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: September 1, 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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weekend. same predicted for the H.w.: . . . . .. ... at t
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County, City Officials to Meet : '

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A joint meeting between City of the combined fire and rescue servicesfor sion agreed to pay the insurance and
r" Starke and Bradford County officials the same money, some $118,000, see the department gets its $1,000
} {rr kr* will be held soon to discuss ways to the county pays the rescue personnelnow. donation from the county free and
.w t rv combine fire departments for better Under Chapman's proposal the clear.
I protection and, possibly, Involve the combined operation would be based in Heilbron Fire Chief Henry Thorn-
I emergency medical rescue team now the former county volunteer fire ton asked if the volunteer firemen will
based at Bradford Hospital.If department building. .get more money. I '
the city will work with the county There Is some reservation among "Yes, or Bradford County will pay :
it may be possible to provide fire protection county officials to EMT staff being for your insurance," responded Commissioner
and leave the rescue service headquartered In the fire station Maxie Carter Jr. I
+. based at the hospital, County Com- where they would have nothing else to It was agreed the county will consult I
missioner Maxie Carter Jr said Tues do. Fear is that another bureaucracy with Insurance Agent George
day night, Aug. 30. Without the city's will develop, with a budget that help, the county will not be able to af- to grow each year. firemen while answering calls. Chairman
ford fire protection without involving "We: ought to have a meeting with Lawrence Mosley pointed out the
the rescue service personnel, already the city. said Commissioner JWaxie firemen are covered by workman's j I
paid by the county, Carter says. Carter Jr.Chairman. compensation while on duty. I
Mayor Vernon Silcox said Tuesday MOIl ley, who has pushedfor All the firemen should have' the
night -he understands the county better county fire protection and same coverage,' Commissioner I
( 1 1.r wants a meeting with the city. Silcox been the major booster of county Carter said. Lawtey Fire Chief Bill 'I
is willing to have such a joint 'volunteer firemen, asked what effect Crouse agreed, adding "We just can't
.r.rZ meeting, but has been waiting for the would that have? 'seem to get it all together."
county to initiate matters. "If they (the city commissioners) Chief Thornton said the Heilbron
III f After a second: discussion of combining grab hold and help us, it would makea Fire Dept. hasn't got money for parts
emergency rescue service and big difference," replied Carter. to repair their trucks. Commissioner
4 fire protection last Thursday,Aug. 25, Mosley pointed out the decision will Carter asked Thornton to let the county
v county commissioners agreed for have to be made before the current know what is needed. before the
'.. Clerk Gib Brown to seek the cost of a proposed budget is adopted. law budget is fixed.Chairman .
one-ton truck chassis, thought to be two public hearings required by Mosley might be glad to
r around $9,000., The state Division of on the proposed budget is set for, 8 mechanic on the Heilbron fire trucks, r
Forestry will Install a 1,000 gallon p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6.Commissioners kidded Clerk Gib Brown."I .
water tank.on the chassis for $3,000. Homer Hart, E.L. already have," said Mosley, who
Last Thursday night, Aug. 25, Com-, (Nook) Norman, and E.W. Hodges all operates a garage.
when asked
,y mission Chairman Lawrence Mosley agreed* what they
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asked if there were questions or thought by Carter, the Way
\ discussion about the venture to base'; ,county should meet with the city. Fire Department! I

'the emergency,' medical technician' "It might open "up an avenue wedon't Chief Crouse reported to the board
t force at the 'now vacant county know about, .suggested Commissioner there is no light in the vacant county I
__ volunteer fire station on Grand Street Hodges. fire station, and he stumbled aroundin
next to the maintenance ,and Chairman Mosley asked that Clerk the dark when the
complex getting tanker to
A ]Day Full of Excitement. _
Brown continue to to
.' .. allow them: to operate! a quickresponse with the try setup a assist Theressa Fire Dept.
fire truck and an weu as meeting city. Crouse stated, .helluva of a way

The kids In the kindergarten classes at' Sonthslde Elementary didn't answer emergency medical calls. Board Agrees to Pay to run a fire department."
waste any time In embarking on their adventure Into education. They had Paramedic Cliff Chapman;rescue Firemen's Commissioner Carter, fire dept.
IrJ lethe yerv.first day of school. ,. supervisor\ has been appointed director chairman now, said the electricity
J of emergency services for the finding out the Heilbron Springs was turned off when the county
: Charles Francis, personnel director for the Bradford school'district county, a new and unpaid position. Volunteer Fire' Department $130 biU. But Carter agreed to have
!. ,.. ,said, "There were no problems anywhere on the first day of school that Chapman has presented the county spends $921 on insurance for its one light fixed to turn on with an elect
," "- .we were aware of. On the second day: of school everyone was hi class as if wi.h.a budg firemen and equipment the commisBowen. trio eye, as Crouse suggested. I
they: bad been there for the last six: week. !' I. cormnwion, yooperate (t ,
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t'.' ,, (Top) Mr*. Beulah. "'Leonon Introduces her class to P. Mooney puppet, .It City a Hikes Up to Dept. Heads .M'il i
J with magical pow.... (l-rAngelU Randolph, Larlssa. Bedford Juanita

Cochenour acquainted and session Latasba of the Hudson class.In shake.hands with P. Mooney hi the get- Department heads got a good incen- "But, if we don't get them we probably follow it.
tive to cut expenses Tuesday night are going to make it." After scrutinizing the budget, Commissioner -
I Mrs. Laurie Mulllns kindergarten class, the students learned a Aug. 30, when Starke commissioners Council discussed the possibility of Charles Shafaer com-
finger-play game called Grandmother's Glasses and heard a story about a agreed that city employees can leaving it up to department heads to mented that he thought Clerk Neil
Grandmother. r 1 receive pay raises if enough can be cut budgets so that raises might be Tucker had been conservative on the

\ t'i (LefOSharen TomUnson from Mrs. Mulllns' class picks. outa, red- : trimmed from the budget. given. estimated revenues. .
d I k Colored balloon from the display on the board. P Opening up the discussion Police It was agreed that there was "pro- "I've been conservative, but that
'"The students In one. of the four kindergarten classes played t 1P Chief Jimmy Bowen, "as a resident," bably" enough money for 1 aises. The means not estimating too high and not
memory asked why pie council is not city council hesitant because too low Tucker said.
giving was some of estimating Accountant
games with a song about the P. Mooney puppet and a song about a boy +
4 employees raises. The question the not Pat Farnsworth told the
revenues are certain.
named Pierre who always said VI don't care, and wound up almost getting
eaten by a lion. 'rt s came during a public hearing. on The council then decided to let commission that he agreed with
(Right) Renee McCarthy and Chuck Boyd hop oallle school bus for the federal revenue sharing expen- department heads work on possible Tucker.
ditures. budget cuts in their departmentsbefore After that discussion, the council
ride to their first of school.
day "I've been with the city for 20 years the next budget workshop.Next decided to let the department heads
and only one of those the commission regular council meeting.Is Tues- get Involved with. trying to cut the
did not give raises," commented day, Sept. 6, and a work session will budget.

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I ... 4-Cent, County Tax" I evy Into Effect Today ::

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; There'll be a little less Jingle In your budget. Commissioners say the tax long before gasoline Is the same price to raise about $130 million during the
pocket now after you go to the gas station was necessary to balance the budget. here as in counties which don't levy coming year.Counties .
\ ,- ""Heck the gas tax. They're betting that
, no, I'don't regret It, Commissioner -
at prices will even out and gasoline sales that have passed the
Starting 12:01 a.m. Thursday.Sept. E.W.lJotiges was quoted assaying
, 1, Bradford County drivers willhave in the Aug. 31 edition of the in Bradford won't suffer too,much. ,4-cent hike are: Bradford, Broward,
, to pay four cents per gallon Florida Times-Union. "We really Citrus, Dade DeSoto, Hardee. .
morethis tune In county gas taxes. didn't have any other choice.We don't Taxes on gasoline 'in Bradford Hillsborough, Manatee, Monroe, ,
County have gone up 10.7 cents per '.Okeechobee, Orange Osceloa Polk, .
Bradford la the only North Florida have a tax base like Clay County and federaltax
gallon hi the past year. The Sarasota Seminole and Wakulla.Counties .
county to levy the maximum tax levy these other counties to draw on.
allowed law. went up one cent per gallon, from '
Commission Chairman' Lawrence 8 to 9 cents.,.The state gave up the that passed a '2-cent increase -
Counties; surrounding Bradford Mosley hasn't heard "a whole lot 4-cents it gave the counties the optionto are: Charlotte, Collier, Colum1 "" rill.
Union Clay Putnam, Duval arnlClayI about it" recently. Mosley thinks the levy, tacked on the sales tax which bia,. Hernando, Highlands, Holmes, ti
leave not levied any gas tax.: gas tax has been"pretty well :ac 'raises 5.7 cents per gallon. The coun- Lafayette, Levy, Marion!, Palm eltllltl .
cepted" by most people. ty's 4-cents brings the total ,to 10.7 Beach, Pasco, Sumter, and volusia. !
Alachiw County levied a three- cents per gallon. ill r\ .
cents of the optional 4-cent gas tax, Opponents point out the commissioners Commissioner: Mosley, a gasoline
but already was levying nmvcent-ner- added the gasoline tax;but Each penny a gallon adds about$s a retailer, says he expects: gas here togo
gallon of local gas, so, is levying four did little to curb rising costs of county year to the gasoline bill of a motorist ',up four cents a gallon.. Most
cents ,*' \vThirtyOne government. Opposition before the who drives 12,000 miles In a 20-mUee- retailers are working on a three-cent-:
counties over the state commission was mostly rom large.. per-gallon car.'Companies per-gallon markup on regular gas
added from 1 to 4 cents per$allon, of, gas users or retailers. : which they use for a drawing card,
motor fuel sold.Bradford : The commission passed the 4-cent with large truck fleets ,and around 10-cents-per-gaUon on
County commissioner gas,, tax 4-1. Commissioner Homer will pay thousands of dollars. mores, \unleaded. .Local retailers won't be '
added ,.on the optional '4-centt per H Cam month able to absorb that much Increase,. N/ailAtsr, ; trr
gallon and used it to balance their. ?,officials think It won't be too Combined, the taxes,are expected, *Mosley says..
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I > } Booze .Goes Up t' Help Pay for' Education: .

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<;, -vByWUrkFrledlln made up largely of liquor d distillers Increase on beer so the consumer the tax on liquor will Increase from .
>F i BCT Staff WriterYou'll retailers and distributors, have filed 'won't feel the Increase. In contrast to $4.7 to $8.50 per gallon. .

be paying more roar?your'' suit to stag portion of the new tax-a'' Florida's rate Wyoming charges the.' f-j Tbe new tax is part of 'Gov. ,.e t
spirits beginning today as a new state 'one-ti ne- iiJy $1.4 million "inventory. lowest rate in{hit nation at 2 cents per Graham's $233 million tax Increase

tax on alcoholic: beverages goes into tax" on goods retailers already have -Liq ,Uds year for the state's educational: '
effect.- ." > on the shelves, but the state will raise or, however will Increase an system. State representatives
Although Florida already has the: taxes on beer, 'wine and liquor as average, of 68 cents per fifth, a sumNopponentahasten approved /
the measure during a special GAS TAX: :INCREASES LEVIED BY AREA COUNTIES.
tix this in the nat1on scheduled beginning today., : to remind readers
highest 'session of the 1983 legislature. 'Gas
Optional Taxes Were Approved by 31 Florida Counties
onto ;
the legislature passed the new Us in of their literature, will be I

this year's cession to increase funds, One retailer, In Starke said the new' a tax;: that already accounts: for over with year Florida led the nation Map by Gainesville Sun shows Bradford as the only county .hi North,
,available for education as part: of a tax win amount to about one cent per, 40 percent of the cost(or three dollarsof In revenues collected from Central Florida levying the full four-cent gallon tax Increase.
per gas
program spearheaded Governor' ,12 ()II. can or bottle an 48 cents per the seven dollar cost of an average. .alcoholic-, beverages with $300.8 Alachna. however, had levied
prevkmtly use cent, and ha additional
Bob Graham.The new tax is expected gallon. He said a move Is underway,, bottle) of a fifth of liquor. I,'million according to figures released three orals will put Its gas tax at four alsot
to tales. *79 million this year.While supposedly spearheaded by The average tax'of a bottle of wine ', by the Southern Regional Education Y rents r
opponents of the new,tax,, .BudwciserConw* to absorb the"cost. will increase from $1.7 to $2.= and; ...Board,I fnAtlantae,, t ti

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2A TELEGRAPH September I. 19113 ."'J" r)! t V !,. .

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Getting the Parents' Side of the Story

Board Holds Meetings; in Schools Over Capital Oudav BudgetThe ; I

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school board has begun a seriesof High School. < four budgets prepared by the board Lawtey ElementaryIn Southside this had already been which the school board sat "had to be
meetings in area schools so that for the Bradford County District. The Lawtey Elementary the two done. moved eight feet north," according
they can see first hand what the prin- Two special meetings on the budgetare tentative capital outlay budget is priority needs were a new boiler and a Board Member Jimmy Lawson,when
cipals are requesting from the budget scheduled for the following dates: balanced at (381,137.; work on the septic tank. "Do you Starke ElementaryAt thereof began leaking on them after a
and can hear from concerned parents No definite decisions were made at mean to tell me that If it freezes brief shower.
and teachers.So Sept. IS, In the school board officeon these meetings, but requests were 'tomorrow, this school would be Starke Elementary, the The other main request made by
far, meetings have been held at N. Temple Ave. at 7 p.m. heard and each principal explainedthe without heat?" asked Chairman Charles Thomas pointed out that the teachers and principal at
Starke Elementary, Lawtey Elemen- reasoning behind his requests so Rodney Hall. "That's right," replied DOE report Included the recommen-for Southside was for "acoustical floor-
tary and Soutbside Elementary. .Sept. IS, the final public hearing on that the board members would have a Principal Buddy Paterson. Operations dation of a new media center Ing'. The carpet In several rooms had
Meetings are scheduled In the other the budget set at 8 p.m. in the school better insight on the needs of the Director Leonard Register suggested Starke Elem. (This Information articleon was been tom out because it wasn't fire
schools on the following dates (all at board office.Principals. system. that the school go to Individual Inadvertantly the DOE reccomendations omitted In the ) His retardent and the teachers complained -
7:30): ): about the Increased noise levels
and cooling units for each
One heating main capital outlay requests were In smaller children be-
prevalent concern In each and some of the
'If boiler in
room. just new
you put
.Sept. 1, In the Brooker Elementary in the Bradford County meeting was the textbook supply. The here, the old pipes and the old furniture, since Starke Elem had not for ing uncomfortable when the sit on the
School Cafetorium. School District have already made principals at each school assured the wouldn't be able to support stem had any replacement furniture floor for storytlme and activities.
their requests for capital outlay board that the students would; have said. some
.Sept. 8, In the Hampton Elementary budget Items at a budget workshop their textbooks, but that it "was going Superintendent Tom Casey said
School Cafetorium. -- held on Aug. 18, but they went over to be close" in some cases. Board The board felt that was a good Idea ElementaryAt that he felt they could furnish fire
their requests from the capital outlay Member Pat Spengler summed up the and decided to investigate the Southside. Principal Jesse retardent floor coverings for all the
.Se t. 9, in the library at Bradford budget at the meetings in the schoolsto feeling of the board when she said, possibilities. They also decided to Moore's request for roof repair on the classrooms In the district that do not
Middle School. let the teachers and parents present "We never need to run out of tex complete the septic tank repair and Cafetorium was accented by Mother already have them. Most of the newer
know what they tbooks, children need texts and I want bring In fill dirt over some of the pipes Nature. The meeting was being held construction was built with fire retar-
.Sept. 12. In the library at Bradford The capital outlay budge! one of them to have them." that were exposed. By the meeting at In the cafetorlum and the tablet at dent carpet installed.

. Jax Liquor Store. Zoning Exception ; Mixed Housing Zoning Area ApprovedA I

special exception to allow the and create a turtner nazara on 301 of young people congregate at the tion, with Wise opposed. Rl-D allowing a mix of mobile homes new mobile homes to be moved into
operation of a Jax liquor store on the south, Harris said that Jax would nearby Pepo Station and the new liquor The liquor license to be used by Jax and conventional homes. the previous Rl-C area, and also
east side of US-301 south across from have 200-foot frontage on the store would make It more cone Liquors was purchased from Ernest The proposal was later unanimous allow owners of present mobile homes
Bradford Square shopping center was highway, which would provide ample nient to "get a bottle and get out on Allen, proprietor of the Gator's Den, ly approved by the Starke Zoning. to upgrade their dwellings by replace-
granted Thursday Aug. 25, by the ingress and egress lanes. He said the 301." Gus Kopelousos, owner of Bradford also on 301-S. The property was pur- Board. ment with a new mobile borne if
Starke Board of Adjustment., store was "not interested" in Sunday Package store in the nearby chased several years ago by Scotty's desired. This upgrading, allowing
operation, and weekday hours wouldbe shopping center, said a lot of building supply. chain, then sold to The affected area lies roughly bet- replacement of a present mobile
Over several objections, the Boardof from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. municipalities do not permit liquor Jax Liquors. ween portion of N. Church St. and N. home with a new mobile home, was
Adjustment approved the special There are no plans for a lounge in stores in less than 1,500 feet distance Cherry St. prohibited under the Rl-C zoning
exception 3-1, with Chairman Wallace connection with the package store, from one another. classification. Under the Rl-C
Wise casting the only negative vote. Harris said.Objections. Adjustment Board member George Rl-D Area Approved... Lot size requirement under the new classification mobile homes in the
Bob Harris, Starke contractor, said were voiced by Rev. Roberts pointed out that Starke had The Board of Adjustment also ap- Rl-D classification will remain at area were "grandfathered in" and
the new business would have 12 full Roman Alvarez, pastor of Pine Level no such distance ordinance,and made proved a proposal by the Bradford 7,500 square feet, the same as required could not be replaced if destroyed by
time and five part time employees. Baptist Church, who pointed to the the motion to grant the special excep- County Commission to rezone an area under the former Rl-C fire or windstorm, or if the owner
In answer to objections that the new alleged traffic hazard, and Rev. Leon tion. Roberts, Buford McKinney, and in northeast Starke from Rl-C single classification. simply wanted to change to a better
liquor store would add to congestion Odom, of Sampson City, who said a lot Elizabeth Walker voted for the excep- family residential) and Industrial to Purpose of the change Is to allow mobile home.

. Lawtey News. I Iby

Elizabeth Terry shower honoring Mrs. Danny Bryanton through Aug. 14. She was ill and was visited Mrs. Thomas's son, Jody. Madeline Prevatt, on Saturday night. Starke. went to Gainesville on Satur-
phone 782-3300 Tuesday night. After playing three improved when they returned home. Mrs. Renee Thompson met them for Mrs. Lois Allen of Baltimore, Md., day.Mrs. .
News held over from last week due games, Mrs. Bryant opened her gifts, Mrs. Dorothy Barron, also of Griffin, lunch at the Sheridan Hotel. Mrs. came down to spend a week with her Marcus Mosley and Mrs. Lon-
to lack of : after which refreshments were serv- Ga., returned home with them for a Moore was an overnight guest of her sister, Mrs. Earl FPre vatt. While here nie Teston carried her mother Mrs.
Mr. and space Mrs. Jim Lamont had a birthday ed. Danny' Bryant and Mrs. Gail few weeks. daughter, Mrs. Thomas in Live Oak. she will spend some time with her Wordie Melton, back home on Friday.Her .
party for their son Troy's 5th Prevatt were united in METHODIST Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited While there they visited Mr. and Mrs. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. an<) granddaughter, Karen, stayed
birthday on Saturday, Aug. 20. They 5 in GRACE UNITED their brother, E.L. Kelly, in Regency Chuck Moore and family In Lake City, Mrs. Sinclair Griffis. with her grandfather while they were
had a luncheon and then served ice CHURCH by pastor, James Tom- Oaks Nursing Home, Gainesville, on The occasion being to help. Chuck. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were gone.
cream and cake later. pklns. Tuesday. celebrate his birthday. Friday supper guests of their son and Mrs. Elsie Norman's mother Mrs.
Friends of Mrs. Earl Troxell are MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of HIlliard Mr and Mrs. Robert Jenkins and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lissie Starling, returned to her home
happy to learn that he was able to CHURCH will have a Revival starting visited her mother, Mrs. O.J. Anderson family of Tampa visited their grandmother Franklin Starling and family of in Jacksonville on Wednesday.
come home from St. Vincent's Sept. 4-9 al 7:30: nightly. Evangelist Wednesday. While here they Mrs. U.J. Anders, late Sun Bryceville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown of
Hospital Jacksonville on Thursday.Mrs. James Smith will be the speaker. visited their neice, Mrs. Evelyn day afternoon, Aug. 21. and Mrs. Charles Starling, Jacksonville, Mrs. Doris Perser of
David Kelly and her sons, PERSONALS: Henry, of Starke the same day. Mrs. Daisy Bach attended her Wayne and Melissa, went to a gospel Lake Asbury and Miss Lisa Durban of
Justin and Brannon, went back home Mrs. W.F. Moore had lunch with grandchildren's birthday on Sunday sing In Waycross, Ga. on Saturday Gainesville and Mrs. Rebal McIver of
Sunday after spending her vacation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norman and her daughters, Mrs. Wesley Thomas afternoon at Afachua. night. Ocala were at the home of Mrs.
with her mother while her dad was in family visited their mother, Mrs. Bet- and Mrs. Gayle Todor, who had Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Griffis of Seale, Mrs.Fleam Starling and her granddaughter Wilma Wainwright for a surprise birthday -
the hospital.Mr. tie Brown, in Griffin, Ga. Aug. 3 returned from New York where they Ala. visited their sister, Mrs. Miss Brenda Prevatt of supper on Tuesday night.

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have spent the past week at St.Luke'sHospital
Jacksonville, so they couldbe
with their mother, Mrs.! Mildred
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Mrs. Wendte Smyth spent the
weekend with her parents. Col. and ,
Mrs. William Wilson. She took her errtdlwevee1 .
daughter, Elizabeth, back home with

her.Mrs.. Hjamalan Wilson took the .- } ,:4, ,

Alisha Gruen's, and two Elizabeth daughters Smyth Erica to Wild and J,. End of Summer Close-Oul' Lawn Furniture s

Waters in Ocala on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise visited the
Children's Home, at Bristol Tenn., .r 200/0 i
where Dianne and Joyce Bennett off Mr
work Then they went to North :R
Carolina for three days and then
returned home.' ray

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling spent
their vacation in the Mountains of t'+' ,w
North Carolina.
Miss Elizabeth Terry was given a ,, ..
birthday dinner by her sisters, Mrs. :ti.;
Wyrick and Mrs. Strickland on her
86th birthday Aug. 22. Guests were ,
Mrs. O.J. Phillips, Mrs. Fred Moore, k '1
and Miss Arthurine Blanchard.Mr. +
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited f,
Mrs. Adel Burton of Jacksonville in

Riverside Hospital on Monday.


The ladies of First Baptist Church .L'-1 '

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Lunch Menus

Bradford County Middle School D' 'P .
and all elementary schools :
Monday, ............I-LABOR PAY-No School i
TIMHa,. SepUmkcr. f-Hamburw" Gravy, maabed -
.rlAl-, great beam. pwr h-,, hot roll' yi
e f ";t b
Wednesday Slumber. 1-Chaeee toast, ftenchfrtei.
.ailed. fruit hub milkThorwby. }
......1Iar Mpeghatti ./_1 sauce A.
milk.chew ill, cabbage slaw! ppU erlap, bat roU' !i ,y(rY;

Frktajr.Sepumkn tCMcken*Noadta,U peanut
butter ;and jelly aandwkh buttarad paw 4 can
rota, applauuca, chocolata caka. mUlL l t'
Bradford County High School tom' t' y '. Ir, i ih

Monday Stpuaibtr. -LABOR DAY-No School.
Tanday. siaUaibir tSpafhattl ./_t Sauce,
chaaaa tUx,..lAId.appla ertep, but rolla' milk
w.........,. ......_ 1-Hamburar Steak,
maihad potatoai,grass bean,halt Jallo,bat ralla' ,
milk. I. ,
Thursday ........, Berbeeiied .bIe .n, 1 ail
potato salad. mustard Irene, ._.-., abart-
caka.cbaaaa rolla. milk. .
Friday.. Saalaaikar IChaaea met finch Mae, "
buttarad corn, peach pie, milk. ; i'-
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Monday ...........I-LABOR DAY.No Sduol.: "i' : a
: T......'. ........, e-Plue, mllklbakaa.. : ::
chaabtr..., ranch IrlaaWadaaaaay. '
sp...aar 7-MIlk 1 hakes, Irene ',
frlaa, plea, hemburgen.Taanday. .
.*....._ (.-. nab. trie, pips.. ,kernburiara : k
mUkifeakaa. '
Friday, Seauaiber KlimiLlll, french Mat,


Publish every Thursday Your Choice of J;
et 135 W. Call StriMt ,Orange & Yellow Blue Umbrella Shell .,. .. ., c ... ,. .. Ria. '9.95 CJo.Out '7.95

Stark. Florida 32O91 Chaise Lounge . .. Rg. i49.9s'Chogout 119.95 Cushioned: Chair; ., ". Reg.. "89.95 CIo.Out '55.95

i i Second Class postage paid at j' 7' Tilt Umbrella . . ... Reg. 'nw.wfchwout'87.95! FoMlngDecIc Chair .,.!. ...... .t. Reg.I. '39.95 Close-Out '31.95

i Stark, FloridaSubscription .42" Umbrella Table . . R.g"121.115.! w 103.95 Deluxe 42". Umbrella Table . Rtg. '153,95! Clou-Out '127.95 ,I '

I Rates: T M1 w. .' 1I.
In-trade area: $10.00 per year 'p l

I $5.50 six months 434 W: Call Street *, Starke r: '

OutsIde area: $11 per year i't 964-5826 or 964-5827 i, y.r.

II $6.00 six months ;; E.IaMlsh.d-I In 1923. r ,

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l i Months Later 'i : .; : .
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I Letter Writer Disillusioned; ?la}' 'Fiiilur'e'ol'Crt. System;)_t with Multiple DWI Offender._

A year ago this past week, I was sitting -. i 0, -. \ -

my office, patiently waiting for Jan, my sister-in-law baa faIred' 'toughened up" on DWI.of July 1st with his wife mother, and,new baby school children on their way to school
a phone caU from my brother. Hehad somewhat better. Her Jaw healed (the accident happened on July ZlloJ; If I was would be short work for with Hall of the silent majority stood up
a Judge or legislator(If It la someone
promised to call more in and cried out, would It him
me when he returned line although it is still help keep
yet then he wa..out fit In the laws his driving record
home from jail a car; that are. to blame), or or perhaps an am- from
the hospital with his wife somewhat out of Joint The doctor Is In 1 driving without a license never
l' whoever ,balance Its
that had no tag Insurance brakes had on to the
or ; the to do way hospital.
and authority
new baby. It bad been three years hopes that it will someday slip back In, '" obeying traffic laws, not bothering to .
since we bad a newborn in our family, place without surgery. He has recommended He had no driver's license yet that of something the to stop I'd this flagrant' abuse When a person disregards any and see if be has any brakes on his car, .
and 12 years since we'd had a new however that she hare didn't stop him from driving! __ _-. ,',.'- statutes laws, either change the all laws that we, aa law-abiding people continually being fined for traffic
baby boy. Needless to say we were plastic surgery on her face and The criminals or "get tough" with these try daily to obey, does that give violations but never paying them?
county fined
all thrilled! Judge him $223 for in If be had killed nun a-protection under the law to
one or all of tcourt. ,.he would probably keep on disregarding anything that God help us steer clear of the
Instead of receiving the anticipated haW'" a short Jail, -doesn't suit his fancy Is It fair that reckless drivers of this world and the
phone call, my sister rushed in and ; sentence. Does he have to kill one of 'we are .unprotected under the law Judicial system that allows them to
emotionally explained that my After 'Arm Of '. .*r,' the judge's family members for the; !from people like him until we, or our continue driving!
brother router: his wife; the new baby, and .Long Strfjig' Driving impact of his lawless;;reckless drive'log 1 loved ones, are killed? Judy Brown,Starke
n.y had been In a serious accI- behavior :to hit home? Fine ..-- ._.-..
dad From what she could tell, they ''He's i 't ; haven't dorM!, $ t. '
been almost home when hit by Violations at h4gain'' ,+ ,., Recently r$ clteraip: the local weekly '

highway some fool at backing a high rate on of to speed.the main .', ..', paper *&' ,rdiifard ( Telegraph), a i.'wUatJdtd. ( .\ readt ,
What should have been the happiest He's still at itrf! i,,'tettim?
of times ended In needless tragedy shoulder, where lacerations ..were/ the.charges' filed against him ,In- cau.d, This wash '
and almost death for big my family's 1 accident. When be J 1 driver l wl. ford'carelesss (
my family deepest. r
walked out of court that day, I asked driving arid W0.50 for driving -, SPECIALS
A year later, my mother is still be- The baby was saved from Injury by the'judge why he didn't lock him'up.)* without a license. Does he have to"
ing treated for injuries she received ,an infant car seat.tbe kind that Is and throw away the key, His answer, kill a carload of teenager oa a Friday :, V '
In the accident. In fact she had dental now mandatory. to use. Jeff,. pry was simply. -"You can't put aomeonq;> night outing, or perhaps, a 19-year-aid'' '
surgery two weeks ago, which Is a brother,.la doing line, if you dlaexuC K'.L JatlJtor not paying a fine : bride on the way to.,jrer" wedding'i r THOMAS'
direct result of the wreck. Her broken the emotional scars that wUl tMr- ,Ii, ..;., ceremony A bus full'! of elementary, ,'
Jaw healed, but not ried entire IamUv..<' I correctly. She will forever.by our ., affil .. ..', :. "
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either have to have : myMMTn.we'were
more operation, tbts
flit of was the direct\ resuoti'legal ?; hoping that at the least,,,,' "': ; ;
or endure
the pain and annoyance of FIOTICFTt3 iiD' "r;"tl ; AUTO'PARTSf.
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that doesn't 1ebt! > :
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system woriCJS :;hit would draw a tail' sentence thus : ,
never -
being able to "
open her mouth. driver.' < "the that r baeked'ttntd : ? The;Utyo, $;$ \bliFOattl: !: rJot'tcall1nl \ t :
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completely on one side, since her cart "getting 'him( : ;
up-; f.t! cJ"'t. 'f :
them had Just been releeised from'ja4' I : ; : .i .
per Jaw Is lopsided and out of Joint. t .satesor'jaw-abiding ( +.,''i, diYJs/dt./ Y' <, :..\ > : ;;(' '
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She also /on wreck for,four'il ert1) for while., After.lkllU8pen- I ; : { : "
developed glaucoma Moadaol.Jleforethe. : yl, will beop "IQf.i'tj\ ;; < \ '
"A.f.o "-- a, J3hearh.ervt; ;; '
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result Of the blow'she : t ; ) AMLdkfehing to keep: P.M. 'I.... ill r : :.1 -.1r; :; :,. ,a' .i/. .t $g.!' 95
received =
when 7N } i \: W'.
'Yreck 91NI"i'1 ut ,' ,
her Jaw was broken. If she's lucky Uass and',tvaaton ;: .t .;":trti wouldneed: o for least GommL.Ion'nt..Hr1p on;;: .,. .J \ FOTjjifKV 1 \ ...' -
she'll have log without a license, trying to elude a that be ( at September Summer Coolant
to premise 6.1983. The
of her life to keep pressure everyday down officer" ,and driving while Intoxicated. be allowed to drive to and from work bid. will be road aloud. . . -..3.75
in her a es..If she's not lucky she'll The accident happened on' I feel he lost the privilege to drlve..lethim The City ol Starke

eventually go blind.. Wednesday laws two days later.) thoughtthe walk) My brother missed two reserves the right to accept Truck Seat Covers . ,. ..34.95
were supposed have' weeks of work staying at the hospital or reject any. or all
Sod' tpeclflcatlone. may EXTRA BONUS

I Write-in Candidate Forces Hampton ElectionA be City obtained Clerk's Office at City Hall,

For the S....... -_._- Factor Rebateon'

write-in candidate will force four regulations will force ute other. four some things done If I'm: elected," City Commluiofli ..
regular election candidates to run in. candidates to run .. .Noll.. L.1udIeIi; )/,". .'I '. : .
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the next Hampton city election,,Sept,,, a' U not tqc+the"rite-btNOtefi v ; ., ?' ill"
2't 13. be on'the ballot, the four council : ting'anxOujg {dare but jrwybe a was-'. ],.. .;. -" ';';.;\\\t, ,." .
Four people qualified to run for the l ions would have filled automatically; Oik*that vi hen;I was on Ire count]," .... '. .. '
four positions on the counciL Hampton,' council candidates 1, V VA.Wou [
open run n i ..-.1. .. 'f', \ l : Oil
They are Amy Davla.rScott'Davla". 1:,in.a with the corset tef'wlRh '
;group ;: TWiJiiamsoni'claims (hat U1 '
''Ted Curtis, and incumbent, Duane. ',she mestd waists! Q edyttug,. ;,''sedate!, i'. +i dy t(1.r'raft'( : \ t'q' .,city..Jerkins! : .1_: ; : .;' 'I'tIQTOfOI a'" .
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Mltzel. Roy Roarke's council: seat was'> *available be@ e.or')the pay,scale ,The city : ::5 qts._510 'lIata '1.00' __450
not for election this The'.ciry"cterk' alfh.'wfttvIiange.haadp / .
up year. : : /; c position pays $125.per/month : ; '
Terry Hagin, 19, has qualified as a" ', since present clerk Amy,Davis ,'and= th council ; "Th.1'. .
; ; position pays $no a : 12 152.
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write-in candidate which by charter is running foe city council and present >month;r; "' V' < : ; :' \ Rt. HIIIIIII '3.00. .,.'.?: ... .. "
member 'LolaWilliamson.qualified '''' \ > 'Offer '16.
I MastersQuarll : Good until October: }983 '
for clert.WUllaIlllon: had no RaWlthbktt I3eIAy'
Federal :Funds 'opposition-!,. v Ameodment. >n'' talloIr4illsO ; ". We Will Be Closed Labor!! Day _
Davis' was hired by tftej\council on the be otwiU bean amendm.f '
,when former clerk Jane Hall resigned :that would allow public officials ''I'' t' j', .. ; .Clip & Bring This Ad In. For Specials:
Sought. for' six months ago, due to another Job.\ to 'vote themselves raises that would SundaySept.: ..;,4
Ha gins runs a recycling business in, be effective during the term voted in. 11Ia':m rh; .'.
behind store owned' by' This\ : I ; ( Thomas
Hampton, a ,, ; .amendment initially was to Auto Parts
Curtis. work out some way to give the town First Assemb1 f God

Soils SurveyHow Curtis is a, political .veteran .m marshal a raise. But the. charter boy II i WMa. .to t 430 South Temple 964-5511 Starke'
'Hampton with total for 14 years of reads that if 4 raise .
off and on service to the town.( in.I,i t'woouul not be effective until the, -
to allocate $278,755 in federal Curtis was on the council before the, fqllowiiJg; term!.A1thoughthe:: amend '
revenue sharing funds was the question ,last city election, but did pot qualify. ment would allow/council members to.' .
ta-p ibUe hearing before..the. .to run again.!'lII_ that 1'_satin the, vote themselves raises. as well as any ; ,,;;,..j..h '_ : ". : ,,: -
. Bradford., ..County: Commission r last.),'. back Ustenedmaybe/ we,can got,. city elected.ofttctauOt i 4 :":.. "'t?;*. 7' '. ? I .It.rei ""iN" 0'II''SJE .

.. .1.J.-' -, 'th5Wsy'!4 '. .""''"'"1'1'' I.. 'N ,, 1;. yaty l's'
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No diangra were mad tit .. .. .' t *I r. o}' $;tf" W*!
the funds are allocated,In the tentative -' '- : ; '
budget, but the commission 1" "!REGUIIAAELEC11OH; ; r- : ';'1; : '; ,. : I ;:$I' 'F. PUBL1C"HEARING'N : :

promised to consider requests for a .." HAMPTON MADJ.ORD COUMTT;:HCTMOA. .. "t i ,, ,
county-wide soils survey'' made'' by' ,. 't.-: ., v "' jWfFwiH: / ; ..- '
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Royce Joyner of the Soil and i ,
Conservation Service. '. Water: ,, .1 j. .1f( >" '. ', .. s1fe-&V'VH', ?' : : :'::; ; ; : : :
.. .. ''I -"ff-" '. ,' .: \ The soils survey, a three year project .-i! ": !! :.1 I : .. *' '"''!'; : ''f*> %
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slated to begin in Bradford In !'" : I I\- 1'I' ., fj' ? I .' ; .
1984, will cost the county $45,000. or r.d\: \: vI ;. .- I:'; \( >!f;- !;N.It! ;; \If ""Ijj. '
$15,000 for each of the three years. "' "./' '!\ S i t st+V : ''t: f .'" .j' .t J.'"t Miltail'."' T ;.'s'r f ff(ereoy'given that- the' Florida Public Ser-
The total$135,000 project will be fund,' i', i. -' }. : C! tt\ .''<' :. :'_ .. ..:,;"Ji. .,. ulnq ORcsr! "
ed stituie by the of county Food, and the state'and Agricultural In-,; : u"_" ":'"". ".'f.'j;: "'/,>:Ii.t'L"1'1'1"' "''t.iJWI.,.: ;;.:., :' .:"." .\ .. /' -.f..W".. ., ..... v ice; ,''.;Commissibn' panel, or'a; member .thereof,

Sciences at the University of Floridaat """' ; .' '. .1 '
will hold public hearings the Petition of Continental
the rate of 25 cents per acre each. ft. .(Stub Ko. 1)) .
There. are some 180,000acres to '
of South-Florida
survey in Bradford County. Telephone Company ,

very"We important feel very to strongly us, said about Joyner.It It's for an increase, ;: in' its rates and charges which will

the soil and knowing REGULAR ELECTION '

.whether Typing a particular plot is In a flood. HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. produce additional annual revenues of $1",689,084at
greatly help farmers.and
builders, Joyner pointed out: September 13, 1183 the following time and place:
The county is slated to receive

$234,986 In new federal revenue sharing : '" ,..'.. j I.. .lnltlall ,f ,5:00: : Wednesday September 7 1983
money in fiscal 3-84..,' :carry. ): : .1."l L, ; ,//j! 1 4fA .. '1 ; . p.m., ,
'over balance''of 855,310 boosts -they-4 1' / : .. ;>>,WI". f !. '. ;II.ulng. er"" t, \ Ii .. '\\J;;; :' Chambers
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total to $378,755.' r .' "::1, M;;!*yeti!!\.,,\}, ;, fi'lll', ..;.1'........; ...', 1r...1/..'.;,.;',,..! .. ) ;: :. 6ityVCou'nci: |:;(': .. ,.' '::sStarke ; ::r.. ... .
Allocations in the proposed budgetLaw :?:"I'," ,. t ;<.w r '. ." .:. ',-' .' ',' ., I' ..",..J't: ":>.., : City '- ., .:" ,,, ...:.
re: < \. .. t ,. ,. '' .. ".'' 1'- >'",1.. I\;'' c Hail'. '" '<.
.I" Stubi / : I ';'
.: Library books.and, matetialaCounty '' :' ..mot, :,, j.,0:4k; '( f'O. 2Jto/\\) : : .Ii : : ...) ;;. j\rt.\ ;.'.. ; : : ..... : .
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Jail1'operating ,"' 1 "; .;**} "3** ;i -. ; expenses .
$38,083; capital 'outlay ',,1.200;:;*!' 0\(.I., ',.t&: ".&* :.!<$';.. -.. '">,"< ,.'v. 01,..'.... .. '' .'lr r. 'i ."'- 'e. '1'.' -, ;; '.j:,.; :4t;"'"' '' I I',I u y .,:. :.lk./-'Starke: ,:'Florida,1st I' .'. ., ,' '
reserve for contingencies $3,000- .f- : ( : j. ''' ra
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repair- and maintenanceCounty insurance;;!and.$12,000.' bonds.'!''.,.\;*./"'.t''r.. 'f .' : /',-1/' .,'!t HAMPTON<-.. J'' ,,;w'3 3r r+ : .,!,j.: I:;'>'Jhe;hedrifig. ; :;:owill{ 'c6mmenceqt; :;: ( 5'00\;; p.. m., arid .:contime' -

$42,000.-County, building repatr. and Statmibsy13lM3VK; ; J\jfy'1 :''h%
maintenance, $10,000. ? ,* ''I t Mate a //Work ((XV) pposile! ,th'rtdriiii1 J j :i + bt j the" ndidOi:: i {' \ itH'esethn.es'.wilfbt3'' (8i.\ .
-County,new equipment over $100,, W1 t \*H"i ,""vjlf :*', : .
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I -Medicine/doctors, ;;vendors i ') I. '... .::!.: .- '. "; : i" :il 'J, .... ;.: 't, ': ,; I ". '. ', I .
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$6,000. 11' ,
fees/payments ;
$i'iliW' '
-COmputer cost allocation; $14,000;; '. ;,i' \; N... 1. CITY COUNaL;. : :''!i'' i. :" ..,n The: purpose; pf these!: hearings) i is .to give! '' members
computer principal$17,179, and com /" \ ,; ..' :. '. .; .. .,...,/!.... ,'" ..... ...' : ; ""' ; .
puter Interest, $10,000. ". tjll-IC'7 .I- .. .: jt.M....,,:, ':t""c .L'j\Jf.. I ;" f thepublic'wIo.aresubsctibers'of l. 'ser-
-Reserve contingency, $13,000, .r" j. . I..' I. ." ";tI I ;;;; .(.: ( :' :

Upcoming :Meetings.,.) ,,.. DUANE MTZEL".. "'1' ...*.N:;; I*"'. .".>\T1.\. *'.'.. fa<4'c. ,."' ./; ..;,;;;Vicet,:from: Continental l Telephone l Company who: .
bearing Tuesday on Sept the proposed 6,8 p.m..first budget public.for SCOTT, DAVIS'. t t'r; .'isl-- '.,'" I' | '2lvwis1to':= present testimony on: ..the quality, 'of sesvke,

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fiscal 83-84. ,A V S -
Monday Sept: 12,9:30: .m.{ regular TED CURTIS '1 ;..' ,:\'psWell'iPsSt; ; :; proposed' :rate. \increase. the'dpporJtunity -

'Sept.Monday commission,, Sept. 19 meeting., 8' p.m.,. .second' ;t: : AMY DAVIS' ', .. r %; ;(;: .to do 56 at the 'abeiietime, and place..

'public hearing and.final adoption-, .. .. .
the new budget, .,' 1 .WHITE If '.__ ... .' '00 "t "'. 't'..: :.: '.!. 'I. I 'I I'

4,1;,: ,J. c :;'. ",f" '." : "- 'err-: : .fr"'; 11 i cMr"'i; urtherr--hearings'Pre! 'are;scHedC3ed| Tallahassee: at: o
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Early G/op- "Needed. ,':..: ': : ''j",1. .' "I. '.", '.i\\;.!' | c il i'i:;( : later date to permh 'the:'commission, ,. :staff'and,'': ,interested -

Oyer Holiday : : 4.CRY'CHARtRj: '
'I' PROfpSeo AMENiMMENT j '' '
l 'nnrtftic examine
Any; cOPr'that can be turned .. "oReNAttcEtila( r 83.1. ;" -o. :., : f .to further' the request.

this 1-2, for Thursday the Sept.or edition-Friday,of Sept The,;, .,., \,.. '..? .. .. ,."' -Tj'f' )';.An : .,t"f. 1 I ry!.r'wl.a! .. ... ''f ",d.. i"', ".i\...... 7 '.\ 't.' .

Telegraph will be appreciated. I, Ordirtance'Arr.ondmg! ;; ,Article i 11.Seclton;. i 4, of me-preiwnt.jQify' c:; '

The Telegraph office 4 will the be .. taiarterprovklin, 9.I'that.t the ; alarje) s 'bfJCIty' ';[officers';, ,rnay.ba'changed :t r: Tle} : CaffR4eofhe: : Public:"Counsel hai ihtervenect'in'; i

closed Monday Sept, ,for. ; I by ardirtoiedi.durlng/ \ their't.r1':'I.of office( ;, proVicllng/ tonI\' l utthiscaseand'a' this ':
\ wi,1It
Labor Day holiday. ': : representative! from t office
,Deadlines for advertising will,. Submission! of the;change'.fd'the er+aorotepovding;; ( 'j repeodeiaut : I ; ,

be as usual- noon Tuesday for ,)trig\ ...Ondpr9yldin9<'n effective( \date.j j',x'x''i'i .Sfevil! >' ,t jibe.j; present' the hearing 'to' assist the..public. He
classifieds and S p.m. Tuesday- 'i li'.i-. / ''vU.. /"'** *'. i'"i,3iH-i .iiBf2ftl'.% '. ,
for Correspondents display advertising.are requestedto ; i7rl'| ,: : 'J t ma'y be contacted .prt r' to, the .hearing at Room: A,

Ttltgraph.have their the earliest, 'copy In possible The\ FAR THE AMEHBllENT! "" r .' : .'.jAGABKT .! Holland Building, ToIJo assee.. Z

Tuesday morning. Copy brought AIIICIIBMENT'' : .
in under Monday the front, Sept.door.4, can be slid ; ; ."



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Page 4A, TELEGRAPH September I, IMI3

After Big Storm' of '96 :,, ;> .

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I You' Could Walk from: MitisvW ie 6'High 'SpjJilFai'i1;:;' <'>TreesThe ;'" i" >"' -' ': ., u"t.'I' ,,1\ \. j) I

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current Hurricane Season opened The moet intense storm of this century Oldtimers said that so much timber was
June 1.,with the law of averages indicating was the Labor Day, 1935 hurricane that felled o "you could walk from Mikesville to
that Florida might be In for a blow before slammed into the Florida Keys. Although High and never set foot on the
the season ends the last of November. its widest path of destruction was only 40 ground.Springs? and Irwin Barry moved In

miles winds Rusted at an estimated peakof and opened up a sawmill to cut up the
In bygone days these doughnut shaped, 200 to 3SO mph.At these extreme speeds thousands of yellow pine logs scattered
anti-clockwise winds were called friction between the wind and myriad sand around.

"equinoctial (pronounced equinock-shal) particles In the air created tiny elec Until the roads were cleared. Dr.
storms" from the popular but erroneous trostatic discharge that appeared like Newsome, an early physician in the area,
belief that they were associated with the millions of fireflies In the sky. The death had to ride horseback to visit his patient.
autumnal equinox the time when the sun toll was estimated at 400, mostly World Residents of the stricken area got together
crosses the equator making night and day War I veterans trying\ to reach the to help one another rebuild or repair their
of equal length all over the world. mainland on a relief train that was blown houses and clear the roads. Even then, it'

over and washed off the tracks. took two months to cut away the trees and
It has been 23 year since Flori'da was clear the narrow trails enough to drive
struck ,by Hurricane Donna in I960 Hurricane 1896 horse cart through;
destroying SO percent or more of the Was Bradford's WorstBut The old Baptist Church near a i
largest stand of mangrove trees In the was blown down and a controversy
the blow bringing the worst
world and travelling on to,bring hurricane damageto
winds to states than other this area was the so-called "Big Stormof among members some
more any single
rebuild the in
1896" which came in from the Gulf at sanctuary a more
storm. Florida North Carolina the Mid-
location In the while others
Cedar Key and swept across northeast
Atlantic states and New England all suffered
out for the Finally the
original *
FlorIda. and on to the Canadian border.At .
from this memorable
storm. : Into two factions
gregation split over were toppled by
that Cedar issue, and today there'are two '
the time Key was a thriving .
But Donna could not match
even town wood Churches-one in Providence and also
with pencil factories using
devastation and loss of life brought by the
from its native cedar fishing "Old Providence Baptist
hurricane of 1928 which battered Miami to trees.large
railroad established in 1833 near Olu tee Creek.E.s.
industry and transportation by life'n
a pulp and then blew the length of the state a few persons were
island Matthews a native of
to rake Pensacola and Mobile. Peak winds and steamship. The city as well as
other keys in the area were inundated by who was publishing The Telegraph'
reached 138 mph on Miami Beach while Starke at the time of the from
barometric fell to the towering tidal waves: To add to the storm directly since
pressure 27.S1 devastation fire swept Cedar Key at the his sister on Oct. 23. 1898: taken It for granted all
lowest recorded to that time.
pressure up height of the storm's fury. Several ,"The people In the western part of through It all right. Un-
All told the 1926 storm left more than 200
loft in distressed will
families Including the Hoovers and the county were move here In a
persona in dead and over f 100 million (at 1928 Flooding,such as above seeae IB north Starke usually Sistnmks pulled up stakes and moved to cumstances by the late storm. the storm left him In
prices) property damage. accompanies hurricane blows In this area. Starke In the wake of this triple-threat Matt's (Matthew Llddon) house as what cotton

Most murderous storm in Florida's tragedy of wind, fire and tidal wave. unroofed but the store was left destroyed by the wind.
Nearly else in the Fort Call house also
1896 everyone was among
history however swept South Florida on Hurricane Path
Sept. 16 1926, almost! two years to the dayfollowing The 96 hurricane continued its northeasterly tlement,as well as in Providence is a severe blow to her',
the 1926 hurricane. This storm course, wreaking such massive the loss of their homes. No loss of full of children." .

moved in from the Atlantic passing the property damage that three years later the
1819 Florida Legislature l passed a bill "for
Palm Beaches and passing on across Lake .
Okeechobee. Winds reached 123 mph .c mm..a..save UM relief of taxpayers In the 1890 storm-
blowing megatons of water from the northern belt of Alachua Levy Lafayette, Suwannee Water Resources Endangered

end of the lake, and spilling over the ,,,. a" .n.wounasave. Columbia" Bradford and Nassau I
muck dikes at the southern rim.More than counties.
2,500 people are believed to have died that By Development Rotary Told
The western ,
night, with the town of Moorehaven buried part of Bradford (the poor
tion that Is now Union County) bore the
under a wall of water. Many flood-refugees
survived by climbing trees to stay above ,.w brunt of the storm in this area.Starke was Mankind's Impact on the environment is state's air soil, and'water resources," be
the raging waters while others died from apparently far enough east from the declared.'
even greater than that of Industry Environmental -
center of
the storm to
venomous bites of cottonmouth moccasinsand escape severe "Groundwater doesn't always now In
Consultant Frank Darabl, of
rattlesnakes slithering up the bran- oo uw damage.But In the Providence-Mikesville- Gainesville told the Starke Rotary Club, the same direction all the tune," Darabl
ches. .. High Springs area it was another story. last week. said. "Consequently it Is possible that

The Legislative relief bill enacted May 1, The three elements on which life monitoring wells might be sunk in the
,', 1899 said; depends are soil water, and air tho wrong locations. thereby giving people
speaker said-and of these. In the state of false sense of security in thinking their
"In the month of September 1898 a' Florida-the continued adequate supply of water is safe."
etDITOTUAlS severe storm passed over certain portions potable water is the most critical problem. Darabl said that one of the greatest problems
of the aforesaid counties, devastating the -With Florida slated to become the fourth in dealing with the environment
homes of hundreds of most populous state in the Union in the "premature legislation" passed hurriedly
thousands of acres of land of timber 1990s water resources especially by legislators, usually with good Intentions
leaving many persons in destitute cir wetlands,will need more governmental but without fully understanding the
Where Will GOP Turn cumstances..owing to aforesaid disaster protection at the state and local level possible consequences of their actions.He .
many persons were unable to pay their Dane aid.Deacriblng. also said that county and" local
taxes for the years 1896 and 1897..UM Stateof unsupervised landfills as a governments access done waterways
In Era? Florida is hereby authorized to cancel potential bombshell" of the future the enough: to provide to their
Post-Reagan such certificates of land sold for nonpayment speaker said Florida's ground water for recreation purposes.
=a .-' of taxes during these two years." sources must be protected at all costs. He Darabi has a master's degree In
to the unauthorized of engineering from the University of Arkansas. .
Is the Republican Party looking f after insisting that food assistance ,be."targeted" .. kJMn.EydeeKnightwhawasborBiU91parents.. 'pointed dumping at landfills danger with unsupervised .( 'I' He was formerly a chemical process '

ahead randprtparing' for'-'life*afterReagan' *,1 i$ in away to'tut benefits:' He "and, 1i""' .D JF.. andJUatUo. 'possible eontamlnauon of grand water DBj.englneer, .>and) 'Aluminum'' Corp"*/*'
1'W'eJJ' It should Jbe.-if U.s-not received support/rom ibis SecjpSttry'l&f3Agriculture .that The stor' .c me.srely Bu.-. tbe'meniingas no.u.d oura*1IpmI..JI'I rida'aupply ,.America; << -wafnabageli i.tutlk! :aGainesville' ". u4e
U almost "We office of PER fur'five e n""
already. John Block who staged a most farm folks were eating breakfast.She entirely dependent. are at ,
the point of diminishing returns the before opening his own office.
on ,
Even if Mr; Reagan wins again in 1934 news media event by feeding his .family. remembered seeing a "big red cloud"
in the southwest, which later
week food
for one on stamps.
(Heaven forbid), by the time he retiresin black. night/ bringing the wind with 1L

1988 the Republican elephant will be During his present wooing of Fearing, the hose would topple herparents

so confused he won't know his trunk Hispanic minority groups Mr. Reaganhas and their two children crawled In- Gallery of Old Starke Scenes
from a fire hose: indicated that he now favors "effective" to a big pine box next to the house pulledan
oil cloth sheet over it, and rode out the
I |Back in 1982 historian Theodore White bilingual programs for school storm without personal injury. Another

I' Assessed Reagan as "the most resolute children who do not speak English. In resident Mrs.: Summer and her baby On Display at Community BankA

a ideologue in the modern presidency" the past, he tried to scrap Federal rules were rolled up in a mattress and placed
beside tree until the
requiring such programs.! a storm blew over

I How wrong can you be, Mr. White? An With in his administration One survivor recalled a neighbor's house gallery of pictures out of Starke's past Is on
I i&eologue is one who believes in what he women as being "torn in two" and a little girl was display at the Community State Bank and visitors
:. believes come hell or high water. But scarce as hens' teeth Mr. Reagan's current found later in the debris. Barn roofs were are welcome to come in, take the elevator up to the ,
it Iftr. Reagan since his apparent decision attempt to curry favor with the fair tom off and fodder stored In the lofts was second floor, and browse at their leisure.were .

I to>> run for re-election in 1984 has ditched sex has apparently. "come a cropper" found hanging like streamers in the trees The old photographs loaned to the bank by
for miles around.
:I and his daughter Maureen, has beenput the Bradford
the principals he espoused for 20 years County Historical Board of Trustees
ll in on the public payroll as a consultant So and were reproduced and enlarged by RP McLen-
much Umber
a vote-getting attempt to be all things was blown down in
0 ,don Starke
H all people. to improve his Image. western Bradford that all roads were' photographer

The list could go on and on, but these blocked for weeks. It took Dan Knight SVfc Steve executive
\He has let down his conservative sup hours to ride his horse from the farm to Gay vice president of the Com-
porters examples are enough to show that Mr. Lake munity Bank. said the old photographs will be
to whom he owed his election in Butler a distance of only 2tt miles. on
R82 to embrace the Reagan is an actor-politician first, last display for student tours of UMbank, and for viewIng -
realm of "modera-
I by other groups as well as individuals.
fion". Such a shift in policy is a tactical and always, and an "ideologist" only

t0 attempt to fashion his when he speaks on the right-wing lun- FORESTRYIN 01
policies to fit Moat Krglassplate are the work 01 the Hoover Bros.
irhat he cheon circuit.. In Starke than ball a Studio,which wa.locat4id ,
perceives to be the popular centwy. Many 01 them are "
reproduced from old
I lend in '84. Ideology be hanged. So what direction will the Republican II BRADFORD COUNTY, negatives from the files 01 the Historical Board. 0

Party take when the, change of com-
!5 |John Mitchell Richard Nixon's one- I '
By David Norton ';'s.
ttme mand from Reagan takes place *_
attorney general asked ,
whether in '84 or'88? With the President Bradford County ForesterIn
Americans to -
us by what we do-
"judge .
CI fflot what we say.'T Mr. Reagan has it deserting his old conservative cohorts 1936 approximately 2SO million cubic' 0 I\ .
ckwards. He asks and moving more toward the middle feet of Umber was cut from Florida's 11 ts-
us to judge him by .. LEtTERS. .
.. __
what he says not what he does. As the the party structure he leaves behind forests. In I960 almost 600 million cubic ,,0; ,','; ,
Charlotte Observer will be as moderate as the one he inherited feet was harvested. Another doubling of .
once declared "Mr. the demand for wood products is predicted
from Carter.
Jimmy Mr.
Seagan. is either a cynical hyprocrite by the 2020. with a possible triple effect
year Ail-American Youth
has not his oil-rich friends people reacted award it in
iOil ho doesn't care whether something isteue Reagan as in Florida due to population growth. a negative
expected delivered control of the party Choir Member Thanks way. But what I really want to say to someone
or false as long as it serves his with a common sense who
purpose Local Supporters may get the same opportunity
; or, as some fear, he is so naive to the conservative wing that made his' knowledge of economics understands that Is to not let this get you down.GO for It,and

I mat he really believes his own fictions." election possible. The. New Right, also when demand for a product Increases so I. Lee Davis.would like to thank eachand don't ever let this chance pass you by if it
disillusioned by Mr. Reagan s more will the price accordingly. If you have every one In Bradford County for ever comes I
S How else can such erratic in ,had ''or are considering the elf
changes liberal stance are beginning to operate recent their contributions and supportme given to Lee Davia'
gs "ideology" be explained? outside ties of a Umber sale, bave'you white I .
the pepariqtor the
party, through political ac- gave any thought to regeneration? Without music Detroit,Mich.

..After attempting early-on to abolish tion committees and other organiza regeneration of your particular property tour.I'd also like to make an Lawtey Correctional -

,I Qe Department of Education, Mr. tions. you need not worry about the price of everyone for the delay in writing apology my letter to Staff Thanked ..,
Heagan suddenly began to crusade for timber tomorrow.so forget about the year of tliude. For BMS Planting
conservatives can regain con- .
2020 for will have nothing to sell, .
Excellence' in education" last 'June you I would like to give a special thanks to
trol of the behalf
in the -0"
Republican the
party '"
post- staff and student
The two most'utilized excuses for not the following people: first Don Hardy J
after he perceived that was the ,my body of
popular and rebuild from Bradford Middle
Reagan era, support chorus and music School.
regenerating an area Into pines are, "I theory teacher who like IC cress
catch-phrase of the moment. the New Right the GOP will have no won't be around to reap tho be nefita."and taught me Just about everything I know {Uonal to thank the staff at Lawtey

..After years of lukewarm or even place to go but down the middle-- "1 doubt if I will have enough money to pay about music. Also, Elaine Sherman and Inmate InstltuUoa labor this for their help in supplyIng -!-
negative attitudes toward minorities ritory already occupied by the the costs of regeneration.'rTo the first ex- Cynthia Ross for doing so much to help me. Summer.;
find cuse I say. /'Wouldn't your children be and having so little time to do It. Plus to, With the capablP; utton of Supt.:"
> their civil rights Mr. Reagan, suddenly Democrats*' amazed by itlmber prices In the year Mrs.Olivia Scott and her family for giving James Wainwright! David McKnlght. and

last July, tried to show his "com- This is the damaging risk that Presi- 2020?" With the current and future proposed "- me very good suggestions and pointers lora Lt. Frank Camp wo were never short of'

Kitment" to civil rights in a flurry of dent Reagan is inflicting on his party by, estate tax legislation timber ranks highas safe and enjoyable trip. I'd also like to Inmate help. Over 300 new plants have,
estate for heirs. thank my grandmother, Mrs. Lillie been planted
Bwsuits, legislative proposals andSpeeches. an possibility your J. new landscape
.,, openly wooing groups more closely Green for design, iltoodColeemann ;
The answer to the second: excuse whynot being patient with me while I by In the Hor
identified with Democrats than try natural regeneration? If was the music tour. My biggest ticulture Dept.at Lawtey,has greatly added -!
This month he suddenly perceived Republicans.. He is trying to beat the figured the expenses were too great steps you thank*, though", goes to my Lord and to the appearance of our school.We also
mat Democrats their home thus Saviour Jesus Christ, for without him owe thanks to Stanley Crawford of U.C.I.
some Americans were hungry and on ground can be taken to attempt natural seeding. for Ma
of this would hare been la
none ) possible! help securing .
hnounced the appointment of a com- rupturing' the conservative-New: Right The results will be poor unless you take plants.W
The music tour was a
I .fission to study hunger .in America coalition that elected him in 1982. steps regeneration.to avoid, the ,haiardsiof natural experience and very I learned good a and great onJoyabte ning 01 sincerely a lasting hop working this will be the begin betwoerrUw \ -
& deal from my director,Thomas Smith and local
prisons and
There are can ISM to avoid from many other students around the die ticlodi Bradford Mid- .
this such as leaving ten qualm: (do country. Tbo tour even taught us bow to William McRaa a
diameter batter) trees per annual ,deal with problems In life in an easier war Assistant PrlncIPdr
1 burninc uptl an adequate number Ono All of UM countries that WI visited in
I II PINT' \ .established order Europe. nice. I think out of all of'
l lAn thaw
J !tececdollmnPga tMS you must make a decision the places wont,I enjoyed Geneva
before a Uintur' harvest occurs or else Switzerland the most.. Performing ,at
well see for yourself: what the result are. Carnegie HaD was really great tool
U I can provide you with this type of When I first received my letter to aodl-
Idling anlllna man use up to, a pint rot, gas .' Y fin .minutes.4tya'L ;TIw fiR bet.-meJc" ,
i bs: ::. '" .. ,'!, \ '.,. a..lsta1M, happy to bear from you. Non for the Alt-American Youth Choir probably nesting birds.we .,


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I ;5 ,. tt 1 ('; f'ke Social Side "

{: r rN Gladys Mooty Of The

Society Editor .

8k 96W608 ews.1 :,
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: : :' : Mrs. R.it. Futch

I C.kbrat.s 97th Birthday

? t Mra. R.H. Futch celebrated her
s 97th birthday on Sunday,Aug. 14,with
K;' ri t family and friends at the home of her
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

Mrs. Obed. Pauley. {
Mrs. Thick received many lovely v f
gifts and was presented with a birth- !
day cake by her daughters. The
guests enjoyed cake, ice cream and
Guests Included five more of her
daughters Mrs. Pauline DeVore
Mrs. Mabel McClellan Mrs. Lots
Blevins, Mrs. Ola Starling and Mrs.
Elenora Prevltt. Other "
Class;. or. 'SR-;- gather...... members present were Alma family Nor. ... "!, ".'.,

Third Rowr Tommy DyaC RwdeJph Sapp Charles. N....... man Maria Tomllnson and herchildren .'
First row, left to right: Maxine Williams Hobbs, Sylvia Paulk. Charlie Oiborne Gerald Norma.. Mark Moore T.J.. Mann Edwin Scott and Brandi,Elva Reddish "'6'i f" d; fMn.
Reddish Barbara Sue Davis Crawford. Moaley. J.T. Parrbh Allen Mann.. ,Linda Adkins and sons,John and
Second Row: Judy Dankle Lewis. Jeanne Walt Thomas Joanne' Paula Row: Archie Green..!Yank.',__. Freddie Stephens Joshua Angle DeVore, :Teresa Patterson .
Watt Laychak, Glenda Underhill Petelle. Virginia Darby Job... Rudolph Hutchcson: Mike Goldwlre/David Canova. Jimmy Wig' Donna and Ricky Solze and .R.H.Patch:
Betty Catkins Sbuford. Iris McCullongh Hart Jean Moore Norman gins.James Stanford and David Law_. (Howell Williams arrived Macel and Gabby Pauley. Friends included
Betty Farkas Corwlne, Partlcla Alvares Baldwin. after the picture was taken.) Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford
Rev. and Mrs. James Saunders Mae .
Miller Connie Best Barberine Jarp, LEA nAcre

Bradford High Class of 1958 Hold 25 Year ,ReunionThe .;,; : and Christine Blake. r

25-year reunion of the class of The program began with Jeanne Heart,"' a favorite, of all.ttendin( > sign was displayed at the back1 of'the. .
1958 Bradford High held Walt Thomas Master of Ceremonies The class prophecy was read by Judy 'club. The head table had a beautiful Brando Provatt
It the Starke Golf and Country Club introducing former teachrs who hadbeen Dankle Lewis bringing laughter and' floral arrangement of red and gray Loran Alvarez
Saturday night Aug. 13,with 33 of the invited as guests. Those atten- comments from the audience. Betty 'silk flowers provided by J.T Parrish. i
fl class members attending. ding were: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, Gaskins Shuford read some "wishes After the reunion this arrangement Engagement Told
Reunion activities began at 6 p.m. V.R. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and resolutions" of some oS the was given to the high school for the
will a time for everyone to renew old Francis Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs, seniors from old school newspapers. i i front office.Special 'Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Starling of :zyPBa1Det
acquaintance As each person arrived Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Payne, Mr. and The door prize, an engraved silver ," v Graham announce the engagementand
they were greeted by Virginia Mrs. Lennard Register, Miss Delia tray was won by Archie, Green. tables were setup on which.the approaching marriage of their
Darby Johns and given a "Class of Rosenberg and Mr, and ,Mrs. Joe Joanne Wait Laychak of New lfam,.; 1957 and 1958 Telegraph.books: .. daughter Brenda Kay Prevail, to
58" name tag. Refreshmenta were Wood. '. shire came the longest distance. Y'; school annuals, and other Loren David Alvarez, son of Mr. and
served during this time. The program continued with a skit The evening's activities continued.v ;.njemoraballa were displayed. Mrs. Lorenzo Alvarez, of Starke.
At 7:30, Rudolph Sapp, Class President called "BHS Early News" with with visiting and reminiscing to the : .Besides those mentioned above the Miss Prevatt is a 1978 graduate of
,welcomed everyone and then introduced Patricia Alvarez Baldwin ,as music of the'50s with records provided .,reunion committee also consisted of Bradford High School and received
David Lawson who gave the newscaster and Freddie Stephens as by Barbara Sue Davis Crawford) John Goolsby, Marcellne Hicks her Bachelor Degree in Economics
Invocation. After the steak dinner, a sportscaster giving a review of the The club was appropriately Goolsby 1.Rudolph Hutcheson, Jean from Florida State University. She is .
cake. decorated especially for the school year, 19571958. Sylvia Paulk decorated-with balloons and red and Moore Norman Mark Moore and presently employed with the Depart.ment -

"Class of '58" was served. Reddish sang; "Your Cheating gray streamers. A large"Welcome"runs .Gerald,' Norman. .Annex.. of Corrections: the>New. River Classes Resume Sept. 6

Mr. Alvarez Is a 1973 graduate of Ages 4 a Up
Bradford High School and is presently
: employed at Riverside Uniform Rental Register Wednesday Thursday
Six: Graduate From 'Guard Military: Academy SchoolThe ,
as a route salesman.The August 31 *. September 1
wedding will be the event of .m.

largest class ever to attend the from Camp Blan:Ung'l familiar main concurrently with officer candidate _:-Spec.: 4 Sammie McCutchen,Jr. Is 'November Church 19, at the First Baptist 4:00 p.m. 5:30: ,
in Call 964-6792
Starke with reception
Florida National Guard Military poet to its more remote woodlands. school'"..,//III..week'. Academy's Noncommissioned Officer After setting up a tactical bivouac m.trainin'tf pbase.Since the inception of Combined Service Maintenance Shopat foUowing.No!! -'. after 5 964-7098
School here has graduated after two and learning the art of camouflage the noncommissioned officersgram pro T Camp Standing and is a memberof local invitations are being sent Dorothy SalazarCaptaisa
weeks of rigorous training. the Guardsmen embarked on patrols courses have been added for AmonIthe 169 graduates of Class Involving simulated combat situations advanced and senior NCO's. Starke. He and his wife.Velma. have invited. .
No.16 areDeborah Sgt Lee L. C dili. Spec. 4 ,including contact. {,with. 'mock During Its. 22-year history.; 'the three children. .
t>.. lIar|:and Sgt.:;John A,,'' ,'enemy' force MM./ .. .1 ,jw<--"i',:., academy>has graduated 800 officers &l f*',# -8Bt. Jerry:B Redding! !*' a full'"t
McCutScheaao\ und.Spee'. 11mle \' ..:Leadership. :,< was stressed I.nd.mora than 1400 noncommissioned* tW totmician'! at MATES, Campijuarters : D's
> \ "r.; SgU J erry ,E.. t. ."' :eatIIW'aiI'tbe Vilffum'msnin SKHif nff if i1fr !$ \"'" I" .:._'"'1.oUlea4.t',, .t. .
Redding and Spec 4 Gene B. Wil err missioned officers developed'r,their' These Florida National GUardtuflM<* & Headquarters Company : wT' rte > wr r- "r( .'
aon of Lawtey. abilities to react under pressure and are assigned to various units and are' :soth 'Area Support Group Jackson 'ai'$6'
Classroom work and field training to organize and take charge of others. employed in a variety of occupations ville. He and his wife;CaJ.;:;; have two .. Can Eat
combined to prepare the students to The two-week course ended with : children.
be more effective Guardsmen upon graduation Aug. 20 at the Randal F. -Sgt. Lee L. Cogdin of.Army Na-> -Spec. 4 Gene B.'Wilkerson of the
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days of trainingproduct education this evening;' Mary Kay personally cosmetics toiletries and fragrances. FISH tic FRIES H
: and.motivation for the. 23,000 Mary crowned and congratulated the 1963 Net, ales for 1982 were"'. 1304.5,.. million.t .Shop', Ii natural' cut french fries Hand
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Sept. 3, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.at ERA call 964-5069 or drop them byt 'tW. ', C .....

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I Items of Interest .... ---y- -
First Christian Church News .
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\ I <'"'J} Karen Crawford ", The WilliamEdmonds
The Ladies Council of the First church organist, with a farewell par y Bridesmaids Luncheon .
Christian Church will meet tonight The Luncheon Honoree Host Rehearsal Dinner
(Thursday) at 8 p.m. at the home of refreshment and punch tableswere For Pam TuckerMiss
Mrs. Louise Baer. covered with white cloths and Karen Crawford, an August 12 Mr. and Mrs. William Edmonds of
centered with yellow silk flower ar Pam Tucker, whose marriage bride,was honored at a luncheon Aug Norfolk, Va. hosted the wedding
On Saturday afternoon Aug. 20 rangements. Mrs. Ruth Shanbargerwas to Steven Edmonds was an event of e at Starke Motor Inn given by Mrs. rehearsal dinner for Pamela Kay
:: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gratis hostedthe in charge of refreshments. Aug. 27, was honored at a Charles Darby Mrs. Jim Duncan, Turner and Steven Stanley Edmondson
:: annual Christian Church family The adult choir presented Mrs. bridesmaids luncheon Saturday, Aug.: Mrs. Linda Johns, Mrs. Dewey Friday, Aug. 28, at the Starke Golf
=. picnic at their Kingsley Lake home Lyons with a cross and chain In ap- 27, at 11 a.m. at Ravine's Country McKinney, Mrs. J.R. Reddish and and Country Club following the cou-
; with about 85 members enjoying preciation of her help and faithful ser- Club In Middleburg. Mrs. Neil Tucker. ple's wedding rehearsal.
: swimming, water sports and picnic vice. Hostesses were Mrs. Bobby Biggs, Place cards marked the seating arrangement The 44 guests attending the dinner
?: supper. Jim Faulkner and Bob Jones sang a Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs. Pat Farnsworth for the 20 guests. Center- were members of the wedding party,
song written especially for Mrs. Mrs. Harry Gruen Mrs. ing the dining table was an arrangement immediate families and out-of-town
.;: Saturday evening, Aug. 27, Lyons and expressing the sentiments Frank Mitchell Mrs W.B. Mundy.. of summer flowers in shades of guests.
: members of the First Christian of everyone present which included d. Mrs; George hoberts, Mrs. V.J. lavender, the bride's color theme. Fresh floral arrangements graced
.;: Church honored Mrs. Sharon Lyons, approximately 50 friends. A Spengler and Mrs. Sonny Tenly. The hostesses presented the the center of each table.
'- it A Handmade place cards decorated honoree with a brass picture frame as Pamela and Steven presented gifts
with lace and roses marked the. a memento of the occasion. to each member of the wedding party
I l ,desRoger ,seating arrangement for the 30 during the evening.
Presbyterian Youth Attend Conference MUiel,Jr. guests. Down the length of the table
were six handmade
nosegays made in Bradford
pastel colored silk flowers, lace and County
;= : Ten youth from the First group activities, there was time for Roger Mltzel, Jr. satin ribbons. Senior Citizens News
:=,: Presbyterian Church Youth various activities, such as mountain Wins Beauty Contest bridal guest* included relatives and Cassle AutryCelebrates
; : Fellowship attended a one-week annual climbing boating fishing sports, attendants. Tuesday, Sept. 6, the club will meet Birthday
,:'= youth conference Aug. 6-13., in Highland Scottish games, concerts beautiful Roger Mitzel, Jr..son of Roger and The hostesses presented the back at the Pratt Street Recreation
a. ; Montreat N.C., a center operated: by dances, and enjoying the Nancy Mitzel of Starke, was crowned honoree with a silver pitcher as a Building. It will be a brown bag lunchat Cassle Autry celebrated her 13th :
the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. mountain outdoors. USA Little King In the two-year old memento of the occasion. noon, with program following.A birthday Sunday afternoon from Jao: :
Those who attended are: Youth, Little King National Sunburst Beauty group of the club members enjoyed to 5:30: when her parents gave a pool I
:: The group from Starke Joined over Henry Browder, LeVance Gay, Pageant In Atlanta,Ga.August 22,::3.: a visit to the Jacksonville party and cookout for her at their I
:; 1200 Presbyterian youth from all over Melissa Gay, Alan Holtzendorf, Lynn Roger competed with 20 other Lori Thompson Senior! Citizen Center, It was very in- home In Country Club Estates. ,
:: the United States for the annual con- Holtzendorf.Shane Johnson Michelle finalists from nine states in sportswear to learn how the center is Refreshments were served on the
,..' ference. Theme for this Sexton, Kammle Sundusadee, Ana Shower Honor. operated
;; year's conference and formal wear competition.Prior and the many things that patio which was gayly decorated with
::-: was "Lovers Imagine". The Wallace, Cindy Ward. Advisors, to the Nationals, Roger won are available to senior citizens. They colorful balloons. I
theme brought out' that we are loved Harold and Jane Gay Bob and Helen the Most Beautiful Baby contest in Lori Thompson, recent bride of were also served lunch while there. The 25 young guests enjoyed swim
::: by God and are called to love by God. Paterson,Rev. Cliff McLeod and Lisa Starke In 1981; then moved on to the Randy Thompson, was honored at a ming, games, including a belly flop f
:: In addition to worship and small McLeod. Little King Contest In Jacksonville, bridal shower, Aug. 18 at the contest for the boys and breaking a
1982,where he won Jacksonville Little Fellowship Hall of the Starke Churchof Lunch BunchTo pinata full of candy.
King and Photogenic King. God. Assisting were ,Cassle's grandmother
I From there, Roger moved to the The hall was decorated In the "old Meet Sept. 9 Mrs. Robert
Madison St. Baptists Present Concert Florida State finals in Orlando, 1983, fashioned" theme with decorations Starke and aunt, Mrs. Richard Dug.
where he was first runner up. This including home-made quilts hangingat The Presbyterian Lunch Bunch will and daughter, Catle.
;L The Madison Street Baptist Church will be the church choir and special competition entitled him to competein points of interest. Lori received her have a covered dish lunch Friday, ger

-.:; will present a Sacred Concert. Friday groups presenting messages In song. the Nationals Finals in Atlanta. gifts from a huge wicker basket. Sept. 9 at 12 noon at the church
night, Sept. 2, at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served during Roger's sponsors throughout these The refreshment table was covered recreation hall.
The New Testament Singers from fellowship at Intermission. contests have been his grandparents, with a calico print'quilt and held .
Jacksonville and the New Oak Grove The public Is cordially Invited to at- Duane and Dorothy Mitzel, Norman various antique kitchen items. Fried
Ensemble from Alachua will be tend and praise the Lord together in and Diane McNeal and several Starke apple pies were served from an anti-
special guests. Also on the program song.BIRTHS merchants. que tray, apple cider from a jug, nuts REVIVAL
were served from an eartherware 5
bowl and ice from a collander.
Jeanail Ann Fellcetly Stork Shower For Each guest gave Lori a piece of advice Sept. 4-9 .
Mr. Mark HardenbrookThe on how to have a happy home. ;

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and Alma The hostesses, Mrs. Joey Reese
Fellcetty, Jr. of Anchorage Alaska, home of Mrs. Sam Bassett was Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs. Prescott Gill, Morgan Road
Samantha Lynn Anderson announce the birth of a daughter, the setting for a stork shower on Aug. and Mrs. Billy Burgin, presented the
Jeanail Ann, born Aug. 25 in a Alaska 13 for Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook.The honoree with a corsage and an iron as Church '
Mr. and Mrs. Rex E. Anderson, Jr. hospital. party rooms were gayly a memento of the occasion. Baptist
of Starke announce the birth of a Maternal grandparents are Mr.'and decorated In the colors of green and Storks County Road 233
daughter, Samantha Lynn, born Aug. Mrs. R.A. Felicetty, Sr. of Alaska. yellow Including teddy bears and fire
23 in Alachua General Hospital. She Paternal grandparents are Mr. and trucks at points of interest. X.
joins a brother Gene, age 2. Mrs. A.R. Johnson, Jr. of Starke and The gifts were received in a huge WAF Luncheon ant''" '
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and maternal great grandparent is Mrs. toy firetruck with a large teddy bear Sunday 11"
Mrs. Nick Harper of Lawtey. Paternal Nellie CoWngsworth of Alaska and holding a fireman's hat. VVedne.daySept.

grandmother is Mrs. Rex Anderpaternal great grandparent is Mrs. The refreshment table was covered Nightly 7:30
son, Sr. of Starke. Ruby Gunter of Starke. with ivory lace over a yellow liner and Aglow Fellowship will '
centered with a decorated cake flanked meet Wednesday Sept. 14, at 10:30 Evangelist
with a standing stork.Finger foods a.m. for a luncheon at Western Special Music' Nightly
and punch were served. Sizzlin', 1809 N. Main, Gainesville.For JAMES SMITH
Games were played and prizes more Information, call 375-8833: Nursery ProvidedFrom
People You KnowRicky awarded to the winners. or 475-1570. Dover, Florida

Hostesses Mrs. David Kirkland,
EVERYONE WELCOME Pastor James Parish
Mrs. Steve Bryant Ms. Jeannie
Clemons and family spent Mrs. L.D. Vining is moving to the ,Carter, Mrs. Al WaddellMrs..
last weekend at Sampson Lake. Baptist Inn, a retirement home, in 'Charles Schmitt, and Mrs:"Bassett
Stockbridge. Ga. today (Thursday). presented-the honoree a conag*'ot
Flnt'.Unlted Methodist 'Wohnen'swt4 Byron TerwUlegar has bought the.. yellow / nd'a d negiig...s: ati..atemdm6 t
Sunday school class celebrated the Vlning home on W. Madison Street/ 01 the ;:;,_ !aura;.w'sk J "i3 AIW .R a v 1+th qtr ar' .a,n 4a Srri au?
birthday of Joyce TeJken at the China ]l t 1. Is
Restaurant last Thursday. Mrs.J.W. Kincaid, who has been a
patient in University Nursing Care
Those attending the retirement Center in Gainesville for a month witha BUDGET HEARING ON
ceremonies for Gen. Charles Willis, broken hip received in a fall at
Florida National Guard, from Starke home, is now staying at Norma's Nur-
last Friday afternoon In St.Augustinewere sing Home on N. Walnut Street for
Mr. and Mrs. George Winkler several weeks. FEDERAL REVENUE SHARINGThe

Mr. and Mrs. Don Rardon, Mr. andMrs. .. ,
Terry Reske, Mr. and Mrs. De- John Murphy, who has been I
wayne Jordan,and Mr. and Mrs.A.J. residing at Norma's Nursing Home,
Eaves. After the ceremonies, the has been admitted to Gainesville VA '
les enjoyed dinner at the Clamshell Hospital.Mr. :/. +'

on Commanche Island. Bradford County .Board of County CommissionersiwjJJi. l --'d.' .
: / and Mrs. Bill Rink and Mrs. "
I School The Methodist Class celebrated Women Sunday TwilaKerschner's Mildred Bellizzi spent last Thursday'and y.1. a public! hearing at 8:00: p.W,: Monday, September 19, 19 8 Q:;

Ga. _* .. ... .I
Friday in '"
Western Steer.birthday Tuesday at the Mr. & Mrs. David Hodges County: Courthouse, Starke,,Florida; for the purpose of ,
: :: William R.Alvarez is home on eight hearing written and oral comment for the
A.B. Whitehead Sr. has been a days leave with his parents, Mr. and public concerning the

heart patient in St.Vincent's Hospital Mrs. Owen Alvarez following QUESTION: proposed annual budget for the fiscal year of 1983and the use
for the three weeks. basic training at ,
past from
graduation I feel) my life Insurance
of FederaTRevenue
Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. on Aug. 25. Sharing Funds as contained In that proposed
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott and son, Following sdew report for too costly. What can /do? summarized
Jeremy, visited Circus World, further duty in Aberdeen Md- below. ;

Cypress Beach Wednesday Gardens and to Saturday.St. Augustine Walker Palmer of Jacksonville ANSWER: All Interested{ citizensgroups, senior citizens and 'organiza-
last week with his grand- As
spent important as life 'Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Palmer, tions representing the interests oFsenipr citizens
parents are encouraged to
Cathy Grider was on the Dean's Is, each of us has probably .
Sr. at Lake.
List at FSU for the summer quarterand Kingsley felt that way. But that attend and.to submit comments .
will receive her BS in Educationwith
'Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas and need not be the case. We
In Leisure services and
studies.a major Cathy left Monday for Austin Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland spent last can provide) with the,
andwork. Friday at Crescent Beach and also you BRADFORD COUNTY FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS
Texas where she plans to live visited Mrs. Arthur Nichols in Put. life policy most responsiveto

nam Community Hospital in Palatka. your particular need. SUMMARY OF'' PROPOSED 1983-84 BUDGET' "

The family of Dr. R.E. Dopson Come In and see us. Let us
Trawick of KIngsley
Mrs. Jack
spent Thursday to Sunday with hb In-' Lake and sisters,Mrs. Conrad Straubof round out your program'of'' t
laws, Mr.and Mrs.William Coulter In
Arcadia.Mr. Ocala and Mrs.Ed Davis of Tampa |life Insurance.
spent last week with their brotherinlaw Activity ; Amount. Allocated:

.and Mrs.Herbert Green visited and sister,Mr.and Mrs. Bill Morris '
in Point Clear Ala. Law Library Book and Material 1 . .'
; their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. . 2,000.00,

; and Mrs. Dale Wilcox in Fernandina Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Reddish have HODGES Bradford County ,Jail . -':--::>j*, . : }47',576.OQ:
Beach Saturday and Sunday. returned after visiting his brother and t r

f sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish Insurance Agency' County Jail Repairs and Maintenance . . 12;OOOlOO.
Mrs. J.H. Fields spent Wednesday and family In Pensacola Aug.. >r ''
to Tuesday with her sister,Mrs. Emma 15-18 and visiting Mrs. Reddish'sbrotherinlaw 964-4571 County Insurance and Bonds . ; . .. ss'ooo'oo: : ) '

Tanner. in Baldwin., and sister, Mr. and ." t County Building and Repairs : .',; 'fbioOooO!
Mrs. Grey Tyler and family In Dallas, 101A Edwards Road" . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weldon of Texas from Aug. 19-24. They also at- County-New Equipment! over $ ** +
: Bushnell spent the weekend with his tended the Mary Kay Seminar Aug. ,$1.00,00 . . 10,000,00

:K mother, Mrs.Gladys Weldon and also tS-27. .. .;. .. STARKE I Medicine/Doctors Vendors Fees 't : ?. . . 6,000.00
attended his class reunion.
;::1 FULL GOSPEL CHURCH OF GOD '* Computer Cost Allocation ._ < T. .. . . J/OOoibo;
: Mr. and Mrs. George Copeland 422 N. St. Clalr 964-5443'' Interest and
; spent last week at Jacksonville COMMUNITY CENTER Walter F. Montz, Pastor fW Computer Prlnc., Allocation . . 27,179.00'Reserve '

l'h' 1 Beach. /Madeatrtsrs. KovnoSalvation invite you to worship wlth'\II. for Contingency . .
Makes You A MemberSMtfiyfekMl i . .. 2.000:00:

: ; Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and .. .:; . . .. 10s* An.IIurIIfT : TOTAL BUDGET PROPOSED FOR 1983-84 I' 755.00
i I Mrs.Mamie Lou Edwards visited Mr. ........WonM* .' ... . . .. 11 sin i I SSckMlEmmtagSmlc. .. idea . '778, .
: '. and Mrs. Rex Mixon in Jacksonville .....,IIIIM,... .. .' ..."... SJO:: pm ... .w....., 11..
T.... lligllt..7:30 I'tIUy nlht.7S9Lasted : .. .. s IllS
: : Sunday and also visited Mr.and Mrs.
Wdsnidoy. ,.... .:
MXI ts MeN ,
: : Wayne Mixon of New York City who 7:301" A copy of this Informatin! the entire
: were visiting their parents. .t. proposed. budgetand, :l-
: ditional 1 background, materials are aval.lable f< '
-Members of the Starke Woman's pub Inspection,

,: Club attending the Fourth DistrictPresident' Kingsley ,Lake Baptist Church: frp'rr. .! 8:00':,_ .a. m. to' .5 PI m.;weekdays at; the ,Clerk Finance.Depart-
Council hosted by the ; '
'* ** ..1.1ffip* f, l >' *
i f! Maccienny Woman's Club Wednesday "f meni., .,. . ; .?>,< .'' .
"Where everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ Low", "I \ ,
1. ; Aug.24 were: Mrs. L.T Young, .. "
: '. Mrs Lester Rudd, Mrs. Frank r'I .. 'I ,
t! ;- BrowaMrs. FJ. Shaw'Mrs. J.W. I Sunday Services:1:- : : '
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: Griffin, Miss Lillian Stum 10:00 am' Sunday School i 'I'' '>1'1"rt'J'"j.t.\.t" \ ,'d "." .. ,".'1.,, '< .. ,
:, Wayne Whlffen., Mrs. 11:00 am Morning Worship i Gilbert.5.Brown, : ,.:'f"'o#.', '/" :;' Y" Esther B Ellerson/
Thomas, Mrs. F.E.Ahrhert and Mrs ,
Church '
t30pm Training Clerk of the Court
\ RA.Green, Jr. County"Fin3nce'Dlioctor;
I 7:30 pm I'- Evening Worship- .{:-' ,'.' ,
t : Travis Williams and daughter Jen-' Wednesday ", ","'"

niter of Tampa and daughter treva 7:30 pm MU-Week Prayer Service, 'f: \
Birmingham Ala. were I "
Williams of r tj <
I weekend guests of Mrs. A.J. Barry
to Greg Douglas,Pastor 'Located on Sit 8''
wind daughter Adrlenna-Treva re- l ,
roalnlng with the Barrys for a weeks j:

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,J:rem September 1.1983__ TELEGRAPH Pge7A I

I Legal Notices PUBLIC NOTICE! firm name of PUTNAM MARLENE BEARUP and either/ before service' on engage In business under '

MEDICARE SUPPLIES 107 .',DONALD BEARUP.Defendants. the Plaintiffs' attorney or that fictitious name with EUGENE.
I ,'. A, ..'" .:1lttlef,< ;I"h'J., .,'.." ,', INTENT: The''Bradford E. West, Edwards Road. ,,Immediately,thereafter: a principal place of P.O. Drawer 1030 .,.: ;r ,I' w r"' Y I
,' !" County School Board business Stark. Fl32091/ j
I ,': rlt ; Starke; Florida. 32091, 'T8T( otherwise a default' will at 2163 N. Tempi 'j '. .
."I--II'i"4'' "OF INTENTIONTO PUBLIC NOTICE plans. ta''consid.rth.fallowing ,:Intends to register said NOTICE OF ACTION be entered against you Avenue, Stark, ((904))9643701Attorney ,

REGISTERFICTITIOUS prapo..d'School fictitious name under the for the relief.. demandedIn Florida 32091. forRegistrant
Board Rule. The """
NAME INTENT: The Bradford Intent Is to insure a fair aforesaid statute, TO: DONALD BEA UP. this Complaint. /t/ROSEMARY P. .
County School Board and equitable method of Dated this 9th day of ",,ftS-ADDRESS' AND DATED this 29th day of SCHEYDE.R 8/18 4lchg 9/08

Pursuant to Section Plans' to consider the evaluating school principals August, A.D.. 1983. In RESIDENCE July, A.D., 1983.

865.09, Florida Statu., following proposed and supervisorsfor Bradford County. ""I'.UNKNOWN. GILBERTSTBROWN"AS :
nolle* It School Board, Ru''.. The 8/114tchg 9/01 '
hereby given Intent Is the purpose of Improving 'IYOU i CLERK OF SAID
that the undersigned to have an district school ARE NOTIFIED COURTBY.FayeN.Whltehead. .
William S. Colllnswx; schools operational plan In all management and to that an action for

Rout.4, Box 184, Stark. m.... of for the manog provide |lob security lor IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Declaratory' Judgementand As Deputy Clerk

Florida. 32091. sol; health needs.emergency' that principal and FLORIDA. EIGHTH Other Relief has 1/11 "tchg90'NOTICE Dr. Pete Gianas

owner doing business' supervisors. that perform,, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, been filed against
under the firm of RULE: The their duties well. *
name B IN AND FOR and are
COMPANY Rout 4, SCHOOL BOARD Stark, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.COUNTY. written serve f a defenses copy of, If your TO REGISTER Dr. John Cienki
Box 184 will hold a SCHOOL any
Stork BOARD Stark.
PUBLIC HEARING ON Florida CASE NO. 83-243-C to .II.B'on. Plaintiffs orPlaintiffs' NAMESlate
32091 "
Intvndt toregltter will hold a
told fictitiousnam PROPOSED BOARD RULE PUBLIC HEARING ON attorney, WM. announce the

aforesaid statute. OF No. 6Gx4-3.l6IA, Individually and at whose address is: BES County of Bradford

August. A.D. 1983 InV on September 19, 1983. FOR ADMINISTRATORS CLARENCE EARL SALZMAN. 403' West ROSEMARY P. opening of their

; Bradford* County at 7 p.m.. In the School on MCDONALD Georgia Street P.O. Box SCHEYDER, hereby gives

) Florida. Board Room of the Brad September 19, 1983 at 7p.m. a minor child ";1034;'" Storks, Florida notice that she inlands lo'

"..'\' 9/01 4tpd 9/22 ford County School's Administration ., In the Schooilloord'Room FAITH DEARING and 32091, on or before register with the Clerk of General Medical Practice
Offices. 582 of the Bradford JAMES DEARING, September 8. Circuit Court for Bradford

;.: -..,. North Temple Avenue, County School' Administration Plaintiffs, file the original 1983. and County, Florida, the fictitious -
t Stark with the
Florida. Copiesof Offices, 582 VS Clrk! .of' this name of E A R
this Court. Booking Appointmentsat
NOTICEOF Proposed Rule No. North Tempi Avenue, l' AUTOMOTIVE ,and to

INTENTIONTO 6G.4-4.S1 from may be the obtained Stark. Florida. This ,Is In ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... -- -- ... ... ...
REGISTER compliance with Florida
FICTITIOUS Superintendent's Offices Statutes'. Chapter 120.54os
NAME Dennis'
.. Dr. '
f ,. at 582 North Temple/ enacted by the Florida Connaughton

Pursuant to Section Avenue Stark, Florida. Legislature. t (Associated with
This !10 In Dr. Harry Gruen)
compliancewith Thomas L. Jr.Superintendent .
663.09. Florida Statue, Casey, 964-5388
notice Is hereby given Florida Statutes, of
that the undersigned. Chapter 120.54 as Bradford County Now Announces
Philip W. Clark < enacted by the Florida School
loll J.
ClarkStarke, Florida Legltlatur' 9/01 2tchg 9/08 : EVENING 107 Edwards Road
32091 |olnt owners, doIng Thomas L. Casey Jr.Superintendent DENTAL SERVICES
business under the of ..,..-. (Behind Community Bank)
firm nam* of CLARK'S County Tuesday -

West Edward Road. 9/01 Ztchg 9/08 FOR BRADFORD 459
W. Call
Stark.. Fl 32091. Intend COUNTY. FLORIDA 964-5152
to register told fictitious -- PROBATE DIVISION I

nam* under .the
aforesaid statute NOTICE' In Re: Estate ofANNAC.RFCH

i Dated this 27th day ofr'.AUIIU.t OF INTENTIONTO ,

A.D. 1983 In REGISTER Deceased. 3 BIG DAYS!

i' .
x Pursuant to Section /
'. 9/014tpd9/22 865,09, Florida Statutes OPEN 9 AM TO 9PM
', .
,1 '.J' ,
I notice Is hereby, given TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
NOTICE that the undersigned' ING CLAIMS OR

1 r
Stark, Florida, |olntowners ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL

The Town of' doing business OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED -
under the firm name of IN THE ESTATE.
I requests bids for the EXODUS INTERIORS, 459 YOU ARE HEREBY

I following |lobs: W. Call Str_. Starke,. NOTIFIED that the administration YOUR
? CLASS C OPERAI'OftWater > Florida 32091, Intends to of the CHOICE! '

,Plant: Volt mutt register sold fictitious estate of ANNA" C. RECH
b. able to take nam' under the deceased* Number w0 MORE4bJ 1

bacteriological reportsand aforesaid statut.. 83-68-CP, and File LAYAWAY I '
tend them fo D.E.R., Doted this 30th day of .Number 1-3500, Is pending .
maintain operation August. A.D. 1983'.' In In the Circuit Court

f recordi, check plant Bradford County for Bradford County, I G3FTWAE W \

' ..quipm.nt'Chlorinator.booster ( Florida. Florida, Probate Division "ffiy
pump well 9/01 4tpd 9/22 the address of

I pump) take chlorine which .fs P.O. Box B,
Starke. Florida .
rmfduals 33OO
keep plant -
flow recorded. Person NOTICE The personal representative
OF APPLICATION of'the estate Is
i mutt perform tar th.satisfaction *
Richard E. Welty, whose
t of the
coun- address PRO-LINE
Is P.O. Box 993

;j cil. NOTICE IS HEREBY Stark, Florida 32091. .
;;. GARBAGE PICKUP: the and address ofarch."petsenalm
GIVEN, that ERNEST)L. or .{
r 'iMust ptatrvp-oarboevartK? *0 '
.di, IRENE HUNTER -.,the represent fttatlv's
: Tuesdays and Saturday. holder ctV the, attorney are set
"'fvH".r" _..i*rartMeMM has tiled following said::; fl jg(>forth' betewi-IWiMmiWlltiff**' *.

furnish certificate of insurance certificates for a tax All persons having
;.,': and awn truck. deed to b* Issued claims or demands

v Parson must perform/ to thereon. The certificate against the estate are R 5 i

g. th., satisfaction of the num"and years of Issuance required. WITHIN THREE

(I council. ), the description MONTHS FROM THE
: : DUMP STATION of the property and the DATE OF THE FIRST

KEEPER: Position Is four names In which It was PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the
assessed ..
::t days per week Tuesday :
of the
'd Thursday and Friday Cartlflcoi No. 34. courta

t.; from nine to five, andS Year of Issuance 1981. written statement of YOUR

Saturday Iron eight to tlx Description. of Property any claim or demand : 9 683 CHOICBI 96 1383WAS
they.may. have. Each
I 49 Ft. of
the N 130Fl.
with ;, WERE 7.98 18.88
"" one hour for lunch' of Lot S In Otts S/D of claim mutt-be writing IIge WAS 1.57 UP TO 7.94

S each day *Person must teensy Sc 24.,Twp 3 S. and must Indicate the ND40W MOTOR OIL, O.T. -ROLL BATH TISSUE GRILL OR HIBACHI MEWS TENNIS COORDINATES *MEN'S DENIM LEVI'S JEANS
::t perform to the satisfaction R-22-E. basis for the claim the Premium non-ovteroent molar D tte 3-ro sconemy MM* 400 IS"twrbeque Pc.1r.tr7. Polyester/cotton tMrts team up Straight'togs. 10010
K- of the council. Name In;'which attested ,name and address of the al st.nds snglns'Hie/ Quart 1-ply stasis per rod t
WATER METER : Marti EmanueU creditor or his agent or
'--READER: Rad m..... All' of eold 'property attorney and the

r .each month..-'on. a. being 'In the County of amount claimed. It the ,, I
month. Install vnwmtrs -.._,,,.Bradford, Stale of claim Is not yet due the .1m ftr rlts 5j r
cut wotr*n and Florida. dote when It will become l -

off as needed. Person Unless euch'certificate due shall be, stated.Jf cs i .
the claim 4MM
must perform to ,the or certificates: shall be Is contingent or .
unliquidated, the nature ...
satisfaction. of the coun- redeemed to law .tha
cil. property described .In. of the uncertainty shall "I'A'I
be stated. H the claim Is
The above |lobs shouldbe such certificate "or certificates secured, the &, ltLIIlf 1111 IliuM
will b* to security { ;
bid month sold 1.
on a per
shall be described. The
basis, for ,a, two year the highest bidder at the claimant' shall'deliver'
courthouse door the
p.rlod'baglnnlng October on sufficient copies 1 of 'me e I/
29th day of September, 1 1
1. 1983 ending 1983.: claim to,, the clerk to rr.r 1 h'T'r
.September. 30,'1985.The Doted.thl. enable the clerk to mall DI
23 day ofAugutt 97
,, Town Council.*.*." *. 1983.GILBERT. on*' copy to ,och per- 904: PRICE'p
the right to accept of reject S. tonal representative.All AS J.69 rte sT WAS 4 er grit WAS 3.W CHOICE *T WERE UP TO 9.88 sf DISCOUNT i"'

should be submitted .Insealed in the estate to whom a Inhibits rustl Available 10 oz pasla or 1S ox.liquid Vinyl tubing oratled on tttel frames webbCollar mode), potycottonwhil.
Bradford County, Florida -In ., colors 11 01. 18 Oi Intlinl 3Mne ed onus with akimlmim frame. Decorator colors. eolkls. 81 5r.psIL..
envelope marked copy of this Notice of Administration ,
Byi Moody /r
bid on or before 7:00: '/01 4tchg 9/22 has been. 1 \ ,
mailed are required,
p.m. on September 13
1983. to the clerk, Townof -- WITHIN THREE MONTHS ._ L
Breaker, P.O. .Box
127.. Breaker, Florida NOTICE /

32622. TAX DEED .objections they may {,
Linda Robinson, hove that challenge the L1 IlIIII lutlli lllh I,: {' '

Clerk NOTICE validity of the decadant'ewill.
C.J. Stalnoker, HEREBY the qualifications of
GIVEN that ERNEST L. or '
Chairman Breaker the personal representative 11 M
Town Council hold. of the ,'or,the venue or p SOPS'T-SHIRTS ,
(." ..,, 108NOTICE following of tha Or Brlatt, WERE UP TO 4 3B|
,,. 9/01 2tchg certltkotet has filed sold (lurldlcllon. court.
l\ -''''' certificate for a fax ALL CLAIMS 1 1 / / 1 MEN'S UNDERWEAR LADIES' STRIPED

': -" dead b Issued DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Srtels. KNIT TOPS, -788
', .. to NOT SO FILED 783 A 63 083 wEMH.ee................. 3g8we B.M.L,
.; I --... The .certificate X99
'" numbers and years of ,Is- it 19 ea I WAS j9.ee e WAS I.M 7.99 wHRH 19.55 wens 4.j., 3
i HEARING of the and the of the first ALCllCIDIIc. oaldum, Colton 25- WERE 6.1S, .,*t DENIM JEANS Q83
: property Bide load-track player AM/FU/TV1/TV2/WB radio lulls' / Oranular % e ml- denim ttudenta'
norms In which It was publication of this Notice Has LED prooram smclor with antenna carry Handle m ..: :: ..... nelaa slgaa.baotene.4 KM. 30. boys rag a-u.turn*.14. 8-18 WERE to 55i5'i 9Healtr

PLEASE TAKE NOTICI. assessed ore .. follows' of Administrations 1

that the Council of the Certificate No. 39. September 1983.RICHARD 0 NECa

Town of irookr;' Year of Issuance 1981. E.WEL TV.r.nonaIRepraeentatlva. ?

I. Description of Property .. ,
Breaker, Florida, .will Of the Estate of
forth : W 6 A of NEW of
hold o public hearinG ANNA C. RECH
NWS of
proposed of MM Desc, OR
108-388 Sec 2S. twp 5-s.: .
e Federal .R-22-i.. Richard E.Welty "
Fund for FY 1983-84 on which 954 N. Temple. Av*.
Name In _
Tuesday, September 13, ".O.lox995
ad: Char'lion.' ....]
t'::. 1983, in. City Hall All of sold proesrty Starke. Fl 3209)

.1, Braokw Florida at 7:00 being In th. .' County of ((904)9648050Atfoffivy)
Bradford. Slot of for the n
P.M.Th amount of unused Florida., Estate of > .5-Beauty Aids! 'Saw' -

.revenue, sharing funds Un....* such certHlcWor ,ANNA" C RECH ut 20%
available. for FY 1983-84 .certificates' shall: b*. .. ", bb 9/01. Jtchg9/08' x e ruler reps 9 tree stew a 4st 0.a OisY

..h'.0. The amount of ;redeemed1. Jaw .the -' ., ,. .',.,;I' Ruts 300 50.55.,WERH 21t71.. 6,of 0I5v .. 4c.e... 2 gtrVs,. TOWEL ENSEMBLB

; revenue sharing funds to' < property.'. described: In,' :. 'Horla. wsmiijpTO. SATN WERS377.. 'j !T 983 274WERE
.'. ,barec.lvadlA''f1983-W such certificate M'C : "', Ob..w.t; o.W/nY./ i.M 0.1,e.2 Oi
:: .Is ,464.00.l Member.a&'the llflontet Will'.b*,soMto TO REGISTER'FICTITi0U3! WAS 1,50 ,, ,,,,,,,,,,.1.1! SUNGLASSES wear, DISC> PRIpni&,1.77 MEWS JOOOERS SURFER SANDALS
", : public will tw an ,the hlflhest ........*at the NAME, See.s1l .Du.-ten P.r .r r B.se.EI BH ein 5x65 Men'.snd ee.nsn's Otis.. PMnosa,aaare5wsd prtnl Wale kMther/nylon men Men s1Z, eomens MOWherr
an opportunity at this cou t thoiWsB.door' Of' the' 151,55. Paah .1 4, 55,1.51 w-IT91 J 6Ntypit TabiMs..30 06 WAB 2.97.-.1.$! mar nr rte M5.me mews J.w..t.d name, upp.r..wIen 5015..7.14 5..soaed cmas.

29th clay OVI983. Sapteon.bof Pursuant 'to
hearing to prtrit MOl .

".'./, .and postlbl written, *'uses. views.of on themefunds. th*. August Doted. 1983.OILSBRT this.,.23. BROWN.CLERK day, 'of:. 'that S6S.O9.*the,Is'larlde hereby undersigned Statutes'nolle 'atvea,,, it comes to we don't kid around!

S. '
Warren D. Fletcher/ ,
/./Linda Robinson, .
CIRCUIT COURT Owner .F I .R Rentals. ,.,

I. .n %dCX: $tolnak.Clerk.. S.lsdlardCaunty.:Beulah M.Florida.Ry MoodyOMtchgr23. Inc.,' sot Central 2 3''Cony Lootmons tal Starke
Chairman, Breaker 9/ Aveouev Oscnt' City, L: 312< W. Madison St.v .
to *nou
Town Council Fl m12. sole owner,do-' __ .
Ing business under.the.
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Test in JamboreeFirst

testing for the Tornado varsity gridders this Friday night, Sept. X
at the Palatka Fall Football Jamboree.The .
Jamboree will begin at 7:30: p.m.. /
In the first period of the jamboree the Tornadoes face District 4 Class 3A '"
St.Augustine then play 3A Palatka, St.Augustine will play the Tornadoes In rr rM

regular season play Oct. 7., ,r,. t-' K
An experienced Yellow'Jacket team should prove to be a good test for
BHS. The complete defensive lineup played last year and there are seven
returning starters on the offense. s.
Third-year starting quarterback, Glenn Chambers, 6-0, 180 pounds, will Y
lead the Jacket offense. .
Palatka Is a favorite to win the district 4,3A title. This should to be a tough
test for BHS. During the spring Jamboree In Palatka the Tornadoes drove
down the field on the Panthers,but lost 7-0.Point Is that BHS had the personnel -
to drive against a tough team like the Panthers.
Lacking In secondary experience the Panthers will probably make up for
it in a strong offense. Palatka will be returning on five starters from the sectional .. ...
'(-If-. ...
champion team from last season. 1983, BUS Varsity Football Squad....
Only one of those starters will be playing for the Panthers In the secon-
dary. This BHS quad will face first competition this Friday night at the PtUtka Davis Gary Frounfelter. Eric Lane Sam Tyson Rusty Sullivan and Frank

Head Bradford High varsity Coach David Hurse Indicated that it will be a Fall Football Jamboree.' Sheffield; Third rowGerald Brown.Jamie Whitehead, Robbie 0-., Dong
good test and that they plan to work.on the passing game. They are from left to right: Front row-Tommy Johnson Billy Robenoa* Sammons, Frank Long Craig Fantotraux. Mike Early Oliver Tyson and
Randy Balkcom. Brad RitMell. Robert Carver, Billy Rehborg.,Wayne' Donald Thornton Back row-Tommy Parker,.Mlke Cbappell, Barry Warren, r
.Crlbbs.;Jimmy Shoenlng, Tony Hill, and Rick BrasweO: Second Rows Chuck i,\,.,JUeJaaJ'd[ ,," ,
Goodow.... Lonnle Hamilton, Robert Bellamy, John David FrancliToeyp!. ; Crosby ...,A. I,
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Sports Briefs \r'1t:yl/ Sec na ary, Spotlighted ByTBraidiford- Coaching Staff II

Bradford's secondary Is probablythe commented Hurse. until game situations. waiting tor the game night to get fired
brightest spot on the varsity Speaking of the secondary Hartley "Everybody is working real hard tip.*'
squad so far in practices,but the real said "they all have real good at 'and maybe we will be a Friday night Tentative lineup for the offensive
test will come next week In the titudes." ball club" says Sexton. line will be Tony Hill and Sam Tysonon
Locals Participate in Jax Beach Run.... season's opener against Macclenny. Biggest concern of the coachingstaff Sexton said that he was going to weak side and Tommy Johnson at
Tommorow night BHS will be testedin during fal practice sessions has playas many of his defensive linemen center. Holding down the strong side
12 local runners participated in the Jacksonville Beach Run last Saturdayand the Palatka Fall Football Jam- been the inexperienced defensiveline. as possible during the jamboree. will be Craig Faustraux at guard and
finished the 5.2 mile stretch. boree. The Tornadoes! will face St. But improvements have been, 'we have got to see whel'e'our Donald Thornton tackle.Mike Early -
Lori Sapp was the only one that took a plaque home.She placed third In the Augustine In the first quarter and made and plans are to double up' depth Is going to come been -: ,will be playing tight end.
14 and under girls in a time of 40:50 minutes.Winning time in that division was Palatka In the fourth quarter. Boths assignments requiring some defensive -, mented sexton Depth has !'We are in shape now but we will
34:31 minutes. teams are Class 3A and BHS will be linemen to learn more than one biggest problem facing: the defensive ,still have ,to make some
Cris Harrell finished In the 14 and under girls with a time of 42:50: minutes.Of playing its first season as a 2A team. position. lino. adjustments: ," says Simpkins: "We
the 3,300 runners that started the run only 2,744 finished. "They are doing great," says BHS "They are pretty much up to par '"We are progressing, but It's not. are going to be concentrating prac-
Times from other local runners in the 14-17 year old girls were Linda Dewitt secondary coach Mike Hartley. and they are about where we ex- anything to jump up-and-down about, tices towards blocking.defensive
41:15,Carol Fussell 42:22, Michelle Kimutls 44.39.Tammy Mann.45:50,Karen "They know what their responsibilities pected them to be at this time," commented yet If they get aggressive,things will. schemes.. .
Kimutis 47:20: and Alison Denmark 48:30. are and when they get their veteran defensive line coach ,start;happening, concluded Sexton. ,'Presently, the offensive linemen
Cheryl Godwin finished the race in a time of 45:38: minutes.In feet under them, they will be better." Mike Sexton. "The offensive line has shaped up in' have been running an additional A 15
the 14-17 year old boys, Henry Cooper finished In 39:25: minutes. IOU they keep progressing like they "We are still In the learning stage. .the last two weeks of fall practice,ac-. 1ard.wtnd-tIn'intl', ) to condition the
Larry Green clocked in at 31:30: and Buddy Revels 32:48: in the 30-35 year old have been, they should be able to handle We are not preparing so much for the legs, Simpkins said by the end of the
mens division. Overall winning time In the boys and mens was 24:34: minutes. Macclenny," says Hartley. Jamboree but for the regular season they will be running 20 extra.
During the jamboree the coachingstaff season," says Sexton. "I Just !hope "I they are percent -"Right OI\V.J would rate the offensive
Ninth Grade is going to play as many players things fall into place by September 'proved on their blocking assignments line a seven out of ten,"
Team Coming Along.... as possible. "We will be playing two ,9th. That Is the date of the first game. and they are In much better shape," evaluated Simpkins. "By the middleof
35 ninths graders are out for Bradford High football this season.First game good teams in the Jamboree. It shouldbe ;against Macclenny. says Simpkins. ;i the season we could be a real good
for the ninth graders will be Sept. 27 against Green Cove. a good test for us," commented Like the offensive line, the defer They seem to know,,their offensive line"
"They are a real young team and have a lot to learn," commented Coach Head Tornado David Hurse. slve front is lacking aggression. But. assignments, but we are still looking 'amend are fs 'goexcellent to work:
Jimmy Prevatt. "Our secondary has the most experience Sexton pointed out that sometimes, for that "super aggressor," com-' this coaching

"We are taking it real slow with this team.We have some with good size and and they are looking good," players don't show their.....full. potential' mented Simpkins' 'Maybe they are' staff "
some with good speed and that should help us," says Prevatt. -
Attitude of the ninth graders has improved over last year."I think we are
looking alright. A lot better than we did last season."

Joggers and Runners Urged to Meet.... nqQLnsg t.

A meeting has been set for Tuesday September 13,S p.m. at the Pratt St.. ,
Center for all runners and joggers to organize a club. t _' .'..." I'- 1
This club will be for all ages. Discussion will be about membership fees, ,.
club name, and information about I'UI1IIn the area. '
Runners are urged to attend, but if unable to attend and interested in joining *

call the Starke Recreation Deptarment at 964-6792. I ( ? :" 1 % The 5th AnnualSTARKE :

All Sports Club to Sell Dinners....

The Bradford All-Sports Club will be selling chicken dinners during each RUN
home University of Florida football games.It 4 FUN I
will start this Saturday,Sept. 10 when the Gators take on Miami at 7 p.m..
Serving will begin at 4 p.m. at the Bradford Squard parking lot.Cost of the
dinners will be$2.50 and will Include cole slaw, baked beans and a roll.Bulk + *

amounts of chicken will also be available. itarkifuir Saturday, Sept. 10,1983

Starke Fun Run 'Getting Closer.... ,
Interested runners should be preparing for the Fifth Annual Starke Fun all '
Trophies to first place winners.
the set for 27 but age groups
Run coming up September 10. Originally run was August ,
was changed because of the Jacksonville Beach Run on that date. Trophies to first place male and female winner over all in both races.

This year the run will coincide with Community Appreciation Day, spon- Second and third place prizes to all age groups. ,
sored by the Community State Bank. It will include hot air balloon, country Race T\R\e" Trophy to oldest and youngest runner ,
band, and free hot dogs and cokes from 10 a.m. to 1 p,m.. <1 i
The course will be In the Edwards Road area and will be circular this year ".30 aS11 &, All proceeds to benefit the Bradford Association for Retarded Citizens ',
Instead of out and back which was tried last year and was opposed by many. 01the 'Sponsored annually by the ,Bradford County Telegraph and the Community State Bank
runners. 'i, M : "
Some 150 runners are expected in the run sanctioned by the Bradford. follows "
Citizens. Bring the'family: ,COMMUNITY APPRECIATION bAY' race'with hot air balloon rides
Association for Retarded Race time will be at 8:30 a.m. < f .
There will be races, one for 8.2 miles and a one mile run. Both races will be : .' : *smi.;, Jree'.hot'dflss. s':and'cokes,:: :':. :'. :, 4t3fif'. -};, .:: J;, .
timed for both and t' ,
by men women.
age groups +
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Applications are available locally through race coordinator Mrs. Resale : ; ..' '\ ,at< '- WOMEN

and Griffith Bret and and at Jerry's.the Telegraph, Community State Bank, and Sunshine Acres, :'D.JJo n't Wik.y : Run '-13 Under |

Trophies will be awarded to first place winners In various age groups and 14-19
overall trophies will go to the top male and female finishers In both races tj. '
Pre registration fee is ".50 and will be $5 the day of_the race. :; : Acknowledgements t :1. :)n''I !' 'r ,'-4" 20-29

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Exercise Class Set.... ( Jerry) ,_ START 'f : Y (?Y'r. ,,;",. :40.-'Over_ '

A morning exercise class will begin September 8, lasting from.9:30 to 11: Jaycee's's of Keystone r::;4N.Y: I,.. COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE ( < : .' MEN

a.m.. 1" : U.S.301 South ,, (- ,,,,$;.. I ..
\ 13 Under
The class will be held at the old armory on Tuesday and Thursday. Ap- ,Starke City PoliceHardee's : : ::1 :. .
propriate dress is required and there is no charge for the function. .f ill. '. .' (Across' from McDonald): 14 19'
"I" 'j., : Starke Florida 32091 '\ : ,.
McDonald's ': I ,. i ;' > ', '.. '.' :20-25, ,,:
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Class Offered.... ." Coach Jerry McGriff Two Races" ; 10,000'metel''and.One ((1) Mile'race. j 26 29.:
T-Shirts to all Finishers 30
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Starke Recreation Deptartment Is offering a night time exercise class. ,Coach George Loper 1 t 40 49
Classes will begin 13 in the old Advanced classes .
Tuesday Sept. armory. i t' \
Coach Revels .. ; H"
will be at 5:30: and the beginning class will start at 6-30 p.m.. Buddy '.., .t .w.'r".. ; .- /" SO Over,
Registration will be held the first night. A fee of $8 is set for the 10 week FIFTH ANNUAL STARKE FUN RUN'S 1.", ,,:I 4: :...'c' '. '''' '
course. .- :
Appropriate dress will be required and it Is recommended that participantsbring C/O ..B.A.R.CTi POIlox\ 3O9 Starke. Florida 33091 '. ,{ :, i

a mat or towel. Cheryl Godwin will be the insturctor. ,,- ".. .
Race ; > ': ;; Sat.. S.pt.1O, WB3 ,', .i- : ,
e:30 a.m. Time {;;' t' j' ,' .t, 0" ." \r '
"4.30 Pre-Register I '3.OO Race Day I<..t, ..1"; ii.r"" '1 "r.,.
Gator Boosters Urge Fans to Join... I \
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"f .A". '. 'M. "".. ', \ 1'' :.J- ,
of Florida Gator football faD "Starke Gator SIX> ._AO. I :' \ ; J p. .>. "' I
Any University can join the NAMI I : \ \. ." "
Quarterback Club" at the next meeting Thursday, Sept. 1. ._ 1-<" .. ,:' tf" ,.'" '' .' .* *, \ >", I ," ,.. l' .
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The club will meet every Thursday prior to Gator games on Saturday..The ADDRESS rf' ,, '; &;, \, I J {." !',,>: r. .
meeting{ will be at the American Legion hall on Edwards Road across from r'" ,". :"'" *.',"' >'1\11. 1'-' "'.-' .
the National Guard at 7:30 .,\ .- ;. ,..;. ;;
Armory, beginning p.m. T.ShlrtSI.ea t! M 1----- ; .. (.i\.i-'J'F\ i: Kr, t """ '
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Some type of Gator representation will attend each of the meetings. Food J \ '.. -- _

will Cost not to be Join served the club at every Is $25.meeting.' Make)checks payable .. ,K.R.C. (Bradford' Aseoc... Retarded. atlzena', "I)'.' ', .'''t\ J.. I
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Geneva Swim Sct'for September.... Signature "" ,;Parent$or guardian. If under118, 4 '
A firm date for the fourth annual Lake Geneva Swim sponsored by the 10.000 Meter t/... ((1)) Mil a:.- : ,r. I 1I
Locker Room in Keystone Heights has been set for September 18 at 3 p m.. Entries will not be conflM .a>. PllIk: up race number en raceway. .

This year's swim will include all ages with three events- themile. I hereby release for imi_."and heirs all roc. sponsors, and officials. from ,_ d.. _. .
swim for those ages 10.13; kthe 1-mlle wtan. 13 years and older;: and the for tuffered connection with this rce.- I .-....11 ".'.... s IW.- "j'
3-mUelWim for and older. ''<' '''*, : ." liability
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for the;IMM of '
thIs give permission
the Entry winners.fee Is $5. This registration fee will.Include>. .a t-"hirt and trophies for my certify name In1urym5c1eotft for**Of the e.I.-I.race.. ., I 151 I w.e....

Barry Wyman, coordinator of the vents, says that this year, the,event Is < ,I' '
open state wide. '

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1; Pop Warner Practice Well Underway I I

Practice .la well underway and scoreless and did not give up a first Wyatt Collins Clarence Williams Al I
Bradford'sPop Warner football down. Jones. Glenn Williams !and Malt
bS'. teams have already seen action in a The Jr. Pee Wees edged 7-0 over a Traylor.
4 i pro-season, practice bowl game in tough Callahan team. Sept. 10 the Bradford Cowboys will
i.l'I Callahan last weekend. The score came on a 60 yard plass host a jamboree that will have 40
k Four of the five Bradford teams from Timmy Taylor to Shawn teams from the conference com
won their games. The Mighty Mites Nichols. Wyatt Collins ran in for the peting.
Jr.Pee Wee,Pee Wee and Midgets all conversion point. It will take the BHS stadium and
won games. The Pee Wee' won two The Cowbov's defense was led by practice field to host the jamboree.

1 } name*. Jr. Midgets faced a tough
k lt Callahan team and lost. '

Three new sponsors have helped out University of Florida
on the teams. Lewis Timber Bradford -
;,u Lodge 35 F and AM,and the RMC 1983 FLORIDA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
.r Jaycees have contributed to the pro- ,

} : efl 641 against Pee Wees Alachua won their first game Sept. 3 Muml ... . . .c.lnesvili. ..... ... .. 7Q.(, EDT '
avneak by Chuck on a quarterback Sept. to Southern C.I. . .Los Anse''... .. .. .. 1:3U: PDT
?," Morrow. Then Sept" 17 Indiana State..Gainesville. ... .. . 7:00: EDT
MT Callahan SO on a 33-yard quarterback Sept. 24 Mlninlppl Sla'... .. .Slakevlll. .. .... ... 1:30 CDT
' sneak by Lance Wiggins.\ Oct. 1 LSU . .. .. . .Baton Rouge.. .. . .. 7:30: CDT
, s During the two games Gerald Oct. S Vanderbilt..Gainesville. .. . .. 1:30 EDT
Bradham made two Interceptions and Oct. 22 East Carom.(IO..Galnesvlll. . ... .. 1:30: EDT
Morrow did a good Job at nose guard. Oct. 29 Auburn .. . .. Auburn.... . .. .. 1:30: CDT
.a other bright spots. Nov. 5 Georgia' : . . ...Jacksonvlll. .. .. ... .. 1:30: EST
Mighty-Mites rolled UN over Green Nov. 12 Kentucky..Gainesville. . .. 1:30: EST
Cove Springs. Touchdowns were Dec. 3 Florida State..Cainesvllle. .. . .. 12:30: EST

c-a.s...bo.+rl acored by quarterback Blake Thomas
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Player-Coach Conference.... and running back Jim Childers
behind excellent Mocking by Dennis HC.Homecomins.
.Pop WarDer football coaches live players advise on begin two weeks far .... Hill and Brandon Maycomber.The .SEC Conference Games
attitude during practice last Tunday. A record number rtxzzssffwui defensive line held Green Cove
of player and cheerleader have registered this te.K.

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lit of July 25 the Florida'G'aine; and' .maining wildlife management areas.
\ .Iij., Fresh Water Fish Commission had ,All special hunts have reached their
41'jI.\! ., ". ,,. received 49,962 requests for quota quotas, following the random draw-
/I \- ," hunt permits. Some of the more ings. '
I popular wildlife management areas Th'e nine-day quota hunt application
___ e w..w. have already reached their quotas. forms and instruction sheets are
available from your county tax collect
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__ However, of tho wildlife
many tor's office, or from their sub-agents,
management areas stilt have quota such as sporting goods stores and gun
'1 .,,' 1 permits available for the first nine shops. .
: > ..rot days of the general gun season, For more Information on wildlife
.. '.1.\'/J" !" > I: hunt permits are now being Issued on mits still available, ,contact the
'.c, ..'k".,.'" a first-come first-served basis. nearest regional office of the Game
", ( 1.. Hunters are urged to apply for their and Fresh Water. The number is
)! quota permits as soon as possible to listed on the Inside cover of most
kIll' LJ be assured of.a permit: in..one of the re. telephone books. '
s ,ea Atlanta Hawks to Play in Gainesville.....

Basketball fans might be Interested to learn that the Stephen C O'Connell
Center,in cooperation with Burger King Restaurants have signed a contract
with the Atlanta Hawks for a preseason exhibition basketball game.
The Hawks will face the San Antonio Spurs Thursday, Oct. starting at
7:30: p.m..
Discounted tickets will be available to children under IS, high school and
college students with proper Identification and groups of or mono Tickets
under these conditions will be$4. Regular ticket prices ill be$8 per person.
L Tickets will be available through the usual O'Connell Center ticket outlets
Oil to- and will be placed on sale Tuead y. Sept.>> ..
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Health and Fitness Center to Be Ready Soon....

The new Bradford Hospital Health and Fitness facility Is dubbed to be has been laid out behind the hospital.
ready for service by the middle of September. Shower and locker rooms are also Included In the facilities far both men FLORIDA'S 1M3-19M
Three modular units have been hauled In and the on site construction and women. Various membership plans will be sellable from a comprehensive HUNTING SEASON CALENDAR
should be completed by two weeks, according to Assistant BCII Administrator package to a recreational only package. .1
Judy Moore. Membership applications will be accepted when the office hookup for September. l-Rall (clapper, king. Virginia and soro)and Florida(common)galllnul.
Now assembled adjacent to the hospital, the units are being completed on phones and electricity are completed. After Sept. 12 contact Bradford season opens.
the Inside. Above are workers looking at the plans. Hospital for further Information.The September. J7i-Arehery, season open stet except Northwest Region. Area
center will have 12 Nautilus machines, six stationary bicycles, a Directing the facility will be Berl Michel.. Michel has a raster.In exercise closed to archery hunting Include Broward County; thai portion of Dod County unit
motorized treadmill, and whirlpool. An outdoor, quartermlle Jogging trail physiology. of levee 28 end south of U.S. Highway: that portion of Palm Beach County tooth of
Slat Rood 80; and that portion. ol Hendry County.oil of levee 1 and Levee 2.
September. 14-Speclal) experimental. duck'teuton opens.
September. 28'-Speciol experimental. duck season cloo_.
October. 1-Flnt phase. of mourning dove and white-winged dove season open
I (noon until sunset).
October: IS-.Archery season open In Northwest Region.
Four Areas Require Steel Shot For' Water FowlThe October: 14-Archery _ton close statewide, except Northwest Region.
October: Muzxleloodlna gun _IOn open statewide except Northwest Region.
closes tatewld, Northwest Region.
October 29-Munleloadlng season except
Game and Fresh Water Fish more birds than are harvested each Talquin;; and Ochlockonee River); public waterfowl hunting area in Gulf October: SO-First phase of mourning dove and white-winged dove season close
Commission has announced the addition year by Florida hunters, Goodwin Lake Miccosukee In Leon and Jefferson County. November. BFinphase. crow.on open. ; snipe season open
of four areas of the state in which said. counties; Orange Lake and Lake Hunters are reminded that November *-Rall and galllnule season elate.
waterfowl hunters are required to use To prevent the debilitating, and Lochloosa in Alachua County; all shotguns must be plugged to a three-' November 12-Whlte-talled deer Mason open otat.wld..xcepf Northwest Region
steel shot rather than lead shot. eventually fatal, effects of lead waters of Lake Okeechobee; and all shell capacity when hunting waterfowl and except the Florida Key of Monroe County: season open for gobbler or bearded -
poisoning, the Commission has identified national wildlife refuges 'open to or any other migratory game turkey In Alachua County, and turkey of either sex In remainder of the stale;
Each year, an estimated three per those areas of the state In which waterfowl hunting. The additionalareas birds, Goodwin said. bear season open In Baker and ; bobwhite quail season opens
cent of the waterfowl population dies the greatest concentration of lead has in which steel shot will be1' re- statewide; gray squirrel. __ Columbiaut.wideti fox squirrel season open.
from lead poisoning as a result of ingesting been found in waterfowls' gizzards.The quired, effective this fall, are: all of "The point system and bag limits statewide, except In Lee Hendry Mm Beach, Mon._, Collier Broward and Dodo
spent lead pellets from tradi- areas previously established in the Occidental phosphate mine pits in have not changed from last year." counties; wild hog season opens, considered legal game In Palm Beech County
tional lead shot, according to Tom Florida where waterfowl hunters Hamilton County; Lake Ponte Vedra Goodwin added. "But, hunters would those portion of Collier, Dade and Monroe counties west of levee 28 south of State
Goodwin, chief of the Commission'sBureau must use steel shot include: Brevard in St. Johns County (including all be wise to check with the nearest Rood 84, north of Cverglode National' Park east to State Rood 29 and In some .
of Wildlife Research. Three County east of Interstate 93; waters north of Guana Dam); the regional office of the Commission and wildlife management area.Second phase of mourning dove and white-winged dove
percent of the population is about one Broward, Dade, and Osceola counties IMC Wildlife Management Area in pick up a copy of the 1983-84 season open (add-day hooting). .
and a half million birds, or 10 times ; Leon Countv (exclusive of Lake Pol County;, and! the M-K Ranch migratory bird hunting regulations." Sportsmen are reminded to consul the Florida/ Hunting Handbook for complete
regulation, permit and lions requirement AI... regulation for stole wildlife
management area may differ. Sportsmen should obtain the Hole Wildlife Management
I Number of Permits Scheduled to be Set for Anterless Deer detail Area Summary and Individual' management area regulations and mop for

The number of antlerless deer per Hunters who are awarded an Land wildlife management mess are month. Rabbit may be token throughout the year, except In management area
scheduled For these three southern the In the Northeast. Region, the counties art Taylor, Madison, Hamilton. Suwannee,
mits to be issued for selected ninedayand antlerless deer permit through the for approval at the Commission areas,
special hunts are scheduled to be random drawing can expect to meeting. The random draw- Commission has received 190 track Lafayette Dixie, levy, Gllchrl.f. Columbia, Baker, Union Bradford, Alachua. Cloy,
I approved at the September 2 meeting receive their permit in early October. ing for these areas is scheduled for applications, 1,108 airboat applications Duval and Nassau. .
of the Game and Fresh Water Fish The numbers of permits for, the Sept. 6, and hunters should receive and 2,242 walk hunt requests, Counties In the Northwest Region are Cscambla, Santa Roa; Okaloosa' Walton
Commission. Everglades, Rotenberger and Holey their permits before the end of theCOMMUNITY according to Eddie White, quota hunt Holmes, Washington Bay. Jackson. Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin, Liberty, Oadod.n.Wakulla .,
Leon-and Jefferton, '.. .
--=- ------- -- -----: director for the Commission. fir' ,
,' They Commission is scheduled to ,. -. "
":-meal': on ,Friday Sept. 2,.. at.., the
Gainesville" fltltoa. .
I' The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. at
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When the prizes for the..beat artwork are handed out at this weekend's
Festival of the Lakes Art Show In Keystone Heights you can be sure that Mary
Woodard of Keystone Heights will be among the strong contenders for some of
the annual event's top honors.
Woodard, who paints In oils,pastels and watercolors at her spacious studio on- Y' k
Lake Brooklyn, won first place In the oil painting division in last year's show } tF if v}
and she was busy indeed when we visited her at her home early this week.
.Paintings of aft sizes and description were propped up in almost every
available space. she worked to finish one large painting in particular for this
*weekend's show a large portrait of a young man who's warm, vivid skin tone
colors were highlighted perfectly by a rich dark background.
Rembrandt came immediately to mind, the Dutch master who is famous for
the realistic detail in his portraits and domestic scenes. .
"I'm really In love with Rembrandt.you can probably tell" Mary admitted ,I Im'
with a cheerful laugh. She noted her abundant collection of quality reproductions ) 'f.
by the artist adorning a large bookshelf within handy reach In her studio. ,. '
"His output was tremendous and his skill was incredible as anyone who has iii
studied his style will tell you. I've been fascinated with his work for a long & .
time." J i.. ,
Woodard also listed Vela qua and Vermeer as two of her other favorites. :
"You might not think so when my work, especially ,tit. .X "
ones, but I have also always youthe French Impressionism school as ,' "' \; .-,; ti," '!.
well" said the artist. "I admire their technique, especially in their preoccupation -. ''=': ''''..:, .-:'!-
with nature subjects. Claude Monet, the so-called 'Father of Impres ..:&::..:.... ., .. '"
sionism' is one of my special favorites. He was probably the most realistic of :f:....; :"; ... : :: .
the impressionists in his technique and style,at least In his early days. He had a : i f ;.:- : :: : \ \\\.\

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(n Florida's notorious humidity during the summer months. One example show- : \ \ \\, ; it.. ..Hff : \ .\S\h ,' .

ed vase and fruit done so realistically that they seemed almost to leap out of "/\\.f, \ : :.\\. '\\.\ ;" ,' :
the canvas. From across the room it could have been a photograph at first I' . .' \t r. .' '
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City, entered Six: the region this year and has
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learned my first techniques In college but I really leaned to paint at the Stu- Fine Art...
dent's League' she "You know how it is In the art departments at .
i most colleges You study beginnings: of the different! techniques and then Award winning artist Mary Woodard of Keystone Heights puts the finishing Woodard who won an award In the oil painting division last year-,-has a large I

see... touches one of her portraits In preparation for Saturday's Festival of the Lakes collection ready for this year's show,where she will be Joined by over 100 different -
1 Artist.. See Page 9A Art and Crafts Show which will be held In the city's Theme Park. artists for the one day annual event.
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BCT Staff Writer turned out to be pine needles sewn together with swamp
The forests, fields, roadsides and even backyards of grasses or slssal, a strong fiber stripped from the leavesof
Ott ujr .North Florida are both the source and the inspiration forrba8ktry the Century Plant In the past, their coiled baskets
.*- expert Margaret Boone,,. .' were used for storing grab and other dry materials; I
."'- '- t ..... ............. K;tr a oin*-were-even treated with-pin* awls .and* UMd /oriransportaung .;, r .' .
-weavn8our1ocaJpineatrawandgrain-! water. They were so strong when they.
strikingly original baskets, trays and wall hangings, dried they could even be used for cooking. '
a many of which adorn her house as she gets ready for this Margaret uses many of the same materials the In-
r Saturday's Festival of the Lakes Art Show in Keystone's dians used but her materials ere a blend of both old and
,. ,Theme Park."I new. She uses raffia to bind the clulsters of pine needlesin
Fi34j first became Interested in this when I realized how her baskets, an addition that adds an entirely new
rasht + Norm great materials we have to work with here in dimension color. Dark earth shades. light browns pale
Florida" she says. "There wasn't much green grasses and even natural purple are obtained by
J;: $, literature on the subject working with those materials using raffia and natural dyes from wild berries to createa
j % { > aA that are available around here so I had to go to one of the unique display. .
original sources Florida's Seminole Indians. They Margaret adds many of her own touches to some of the
Y worked the local materials Into an amazing variety of traditional designs and her work bears testimony to her
1 '/ items with some really stunning designs." success. Her collection is a large. one and it grown. all
S, i r n f Basket making is an art and a skill that has been in de- the time.
,,,, an s. Y'rw mand for hundreds of years and although the practical "It's fascinating art for anyone"she says."Finding
uses for baskets has lessened the beauty and skill it the materials is always one of the things that are the
takes to execute them has made them a favorite at most enjoyable to me. I'm always suprised to find that
modern art shows around the world. there are many more natural materials available.
Many art historians consider the basket work of the around here than I had previously thought possible."
American Indians some of the finest in the world. Using Margaret can make a basket In about five hours First :.
materials that are often nothing more complicated than the strands of whatever material she happens to chooseare
strips, or 'splits' of wood roots grasses, reeds, vines soaked in water to make them pliable.,Then then patiently
and pine needles are Just a few of the over one hundred coils the Individule strands together using a simple -
natural materials that are available to the basket piece of plastic drinking straw to keep the strands
maker. together as she fashions the lengths of straw together in
"Sometimes I don't have to go any'further than my whatever shape she happens to be working on at the
back yard in my search for materials," the artist said. time. One wall hanging at her house featured cat tall
she pointed out the various materials In an elaborate leaves woven together with natural green grasses.-
'wall hanging she bad Just completed. "These vines right "This Wiregrass was used by the Seminoles in their
here, their nickname is 'Smilacs' and I'm sure anyone basketry because of its strength and its nice color"she
Variety... who has ever had to clear a wooded lot Is familiar with said as she worked at one of her last pieces for the up-
Boon In Intricate them,is one of the most easily obtainable and also one of coming show. .
Margaret specializes beautifully Shown here of .
working on one the designs she hast
many the strongest materials around for basket making and She plans a display for Saturday's arts festival that
basketry woven with materials found excluslvly fat In the accomplished since she began the art three years ago wall hangings especially." will entitled "North Florida Naturals" and says its her

.:Jerests.and fields of,North Florida, and especially this Boone says she received much of her inspiration from' For Margaret and the Seminole Indiana who she way of bringing' attention to the many materials
area. the Seminole Indians. 'learned so much from! the most suitable plant material available hi this area.JBig .
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,V by Mark Friedlm'f who have signed up for the limited amount of space available for display. are returning to display their wares at the-show'this year.
/\. ., BCT Staff Writer The show will be held'this year, as it has for the past four yean In the Some of the local returning artists who will be displaying! oils, acrylics and
\ Local officials are expecting another big crowd on hand In Keystone Heights Keystone Heights Theme Park located on State Road.21 near he public beach at watercolors include Dorothy Christoffers Newman, Mary Woodward, who tooka
(1 this weekend for Labor Day weekend festivities that will be highlighted by the Lake Geneva. first place ribbon at last year' show for one of her many works, and Francis
t Fourth Annual Festival of the Lake Arts and Crafts Show. Last year's festivities drew a crowd of onlookers well beyond expectationsand Moore of Hawthorne who will be showing his unique "primitive oils."
: The allow which according to lponaon has steadily grown bigger! and better > more of the same Is predicted for this year's show. Clay County Sheriffs Another local artists who is a newcomer to the Festival of the Lakes show this ,
|each year since It began,18 expected to attars over 100 artists specializing In a Department officials estimated the crowd last year at "several thousand" and year is Celia Cade Suarez of Melrose who will be displaying some of her collect
g variety of different oil painting. acrylics pen and ink are planning to handle at least that many this time around, another fact atntesting lion of "non-objective" paintings, colorful works of an abstract nature which:
drawings and watercolors, sculpture pottery, d llinatlng, tapestries, Individual to the growing popularity! the show. t _fc are sure to be popular ; =
{ portraits and a host of others. 'The festival will open officially at It a.m. Saturday, Sept. 2|and will closest I ft>> The craft displays are always varied and interesting In their own right.This=
'it Artists from all over the state seem to be putting the show on their list of p.m. to give the artists on. hand.time to take down their displays before darkness year will feature pottery.displays, Including those of Melrose artist Richard:
+"must attend"events. A look through the applications already on hand reveals sets in.; "r. .
'Sa large percentage of artists and craftsmen and women from Gainesville And what displays there will be. r. ". See... Art Show... f
\Jacksonville, Palatka and even some from Tallahassee,' Orlando and Tampa Some of the most talented local and area artists the Lake Region has to offerComrnunityCalendar See Pace IA
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Gen. Willis Retires. from Guard After 29 YearsBrigadier I

General Charles R. W111U day said Colonel Paul Railaback at lose him as a friend," he said.. blem.
retired Tuesday on his both birthday the luncheon, "It always pleases. me Lieutenant Colonel C.B. Callaway General Willis said, "I know of no
from the Florida Army National to have a time of fellowship with said, "Each of us wish you years of group that I am closer to than those
Guard and was honored by his friends guardsmen, It Is aiw.yssad to see happiness ahead. This Is not the end right here,except the aviation group I
with steak luncheon at the Combined who has served with for so long. I used to work
a a man served to weU in a of one career this Is the start of a
Support Maintenance Shop uniform for the last time." whole new adventure for you. You with the maintenance shop here often
(CSMS) at Camp Blanding. issued us a challenge and encouragedus while I was in army aviation.
General Willis has been in the National "General Willis has truly been an for years. We will not let that Everyone who needed help, got it
Guard for 29 years and has inspiration to me In my personal and challenge fall. Thank, you again from here. Maintenance has been very
served his country In the armed my military life. He has caused me to all of us." .good to us. Basically I have done
forces for a total of 40 years. He flew set goals for myself that I never things enjoyed in the military, I lotto
P51 aircraft over Berlin during World before dreamed of attaining. Some of Col. Callaway lauded Gen. Willis. know a lot of fine standhere
War II and holds the nation's second them I have yet to reach,but his In- ."a strong advocate of the maintensceprogr.m' now before some of them."
highest award for service in combat,' fluence will never be forgotten. It Is and "a friend who will
the Legion of Merit. sad to see him go. We are losing him reach down to where the rubber Seven temporary employees'were
"I am here with mixed emotions to-, as a military man, but we will never meets the road"to help solve any pro- also honored at the dlnnm

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Traffic. Criminal Court ActionCases 2299 /r? Sir),' 15.491099

'appearing before Judge barrell Glen McCullough, driving
George H. Pierce In Bradford County while license suspended or revoked, wosheriess design.kitchen... to fit most
traffic-criminal. court August 15 six months probation, pay $35 court standard 8"center. sinks l 19"x 7-1/3" x T tiu makes. on Ideal
were; cost, violate no laws of State of Includes step by-step, 'Installation/ Instruction homeowner tool box
Ronald Lamar Crawford, driving Florida. ..5 Year"Drtp...." warranty I Sturdy,durable steel hip roof
while intoxicated, fined $281.SO, Richard Douglas Hill,driving while '' "
license suspended six months, attend license suspended or revoked, pay -:--- -- ', :
driving while intoxicated school, give fine $55.25. 665X3Cp SAVE
50 hours community service under John R.Adkins,failure to carry and SAVE SAVE
Salvation Army supervision. exhibit driver license on demand,fine tl -
Ronald Lamar Crawford, $50.25 or produce license and pay$10. Masten
while license suspended or revoke Katherine Covington, no valid $1.72 L.$4 76'! M.05
fined $85.50.Pete driver license, produce license and .
Hodge, driving while Intox- pay $10 or pay $50.25. '
icated fined$281.50, license suspended Lee Calvin Ross, no'valid driver .. DoubleRubber
six months must attend DWI license, produce license and pay $25 f/ rip '"
school.,complete .hours-of community -. or $50.25. '_ ,
work under ?*'' tell Bass' valid a (.fi ;. : y9nder...3.d3. "h .; '
I service ;superrlsion'or no driver license;; ; '
( wf the Salvation Army. fined $53.25.Oneil 7505 / n "I' .-7 9' <
7.75 r(
Pete Hodge failed to drive within. a Bass, improper tag fined$25 DeadboltHigh Z
single lane, fined $39. Gordon Wayne Baker,driving while VALUE
Joan Helen Ulmes, driving while intoxicated license suspended or revoked, case .Force'Cup High Security
fined $281.50, license dismissed, pay $10 court cost.
suspended six months attend DWI George C. Pattison, no valid driver 5.05 VALUE Law enforcement agencies across the 'K eye d Padlock
school and must complete 50 hours of license, fined $55.25. a deadbolt be country agree that
can most
community service work under Roland Jeffrey Thomas, no valid Q./ can use. security protection you
supervision of the Salvation Army. driver license, produced license, case 33 We have the Kwlkset deadbolt locks with 5.49 44
Ricky Wayne Manous, driving dismissed, pay $10 court cost. 3 these police-recommended features 4
while intoxicated, fined $281.50, Byron Albert Rehberg no valid H.:1rC.tccl: : :" 1 't. : VALUE, '

license suspended six months. must. driver license, produced license, case Tapered cylinder.guards,to-resist prying. . .
attend DWI school, must complete 50 dismissed, pay $10 court cost. Solid steel Powerful' -1/2' cylinder housing and
hours community service under Gregory B. Hendrieth, no valid grade rubber construction enables reinforcing rings; !Double-locking core,..hardened steel
supervision of Salvation Army. driver license, produced valid easy flexing and a powerful thrust Complete, step-by-step illustrated.instructions for,do-it- shackle!
Perly M. Simmons driving while license, case dismissed. pay$10 court Furnished with 21-inch wood handleSAVE .yourself Installation. .Precision. pin tumbler locking J mechanism
intoxicated, fined $281.50, license NUNN
suspended six months, attend DWI cost.Gregory B. Hendrieth, unlawful -
school, must complete 50 hours com- speed, fined $25. :
munity service and remain under Gary B. Ruthledge, no valid driver NOW SAVE SAVE 4.50!
supervision of Salvation Army. for six license, fined$55.25. 4.50
months. Ya $5.66! oACII

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by Norman Porter;USDA-SCS Across the country, in fiscal year Cracente' INVISEGRIP
District ConservationistFifty 1982 alone, SCS technicians provided .,
nearly one million Individuals,
August ''groups,'and agencies with some sort 8-ln. Adjustable
years ago on 25, 1933, 9-Inch '
the Soil Erosion Service was created. of conservation assistance; nearly 52 Long Nose
This agency was the predecessor of million acres were protected in some Wrench i..
the USDA Soil Conservation Service measure from the forces of wind and Locking Plier
(SCS) which was formed in 1935. For water; and more than lo million acres 11.65
the first time in our nation's history, were soilmapped.Other .
soil erosion was an official and a conservation progress has VALUE 599 12.49'
public concern. been made through river Basin and ANtE .VALUE 79.9:
flood plain studies, watershed projects
Clearly, soil erosion problems are and rural clean water programs e "The Original"Crescent wrench.. 't'.'
still .with us; but who knows what among others. Remember It isn't a Crescent : The famous lacking plier, ...now
shape our agricultural lands would be We have only ourselves to help by unless it says so on the handle j', redesigned to reach tight places
in if not for soil conservationists continuing to support and participatein 15/16./nch/ odiu.tobl.Jow opening;" 45-430. RM I .Jaws open 3 inches at tip
working diligently during the past conserving our life-sustaining e Chrome plated for long life *! e With built-in wire cutttre
half century.Cover crops and grassed resources. 5 Handles so many household chores
waterways terraces and diversions, For assistance with your erosion
conservation tillage and water problems contact the local Bradford .. NeTM
management have all become Soil and Water Conservation District t ''y
popular practices through the effortsof office in the Bradford County SAVE SAVE M.881HANDYMAN :.,'
federal, state and local conserva- Agricultural Center, Starke, 9644280,
tionists. ext. 289. 4.13
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heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in 7IOCV -
our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings,and other kindnesses .
we are deeply grateful. Handy SO-Foot: ,Steel Square
Family Lacy St.Clair Grllfta Crescent '

10-Inch Tongue ; Measuring 'Tape ; 6.65, VALUE-

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I : ., Local; yoltmteerslllelp; Ghildrenvhb| Are Abused: and Neglected I


\ ".Most parents'produce physically dian In this .. ,
and mentally healthy children, but program ;; Investigator: The Guardian independently the child from Insensitive questioning -
'If two collide and
American parents are raid to abuse pedestrian cars a "i G"w '" conducts a thorough Investigation and the often harmful effects of
Is the
and neglect over a million children that standing on corner' : f on behalf of the child. being embroiled in the adversary
pedestrian Invaluable
each year and at least 2,000 children! witness tea judge.Is an involved .'1'. The Guardian interviews many people court process.
die every year as a result of abuse" in the accident in either will ;'ffJ""I', ; the child, counselors, pediatricians -
says Patsy Welch, Bradford County have a different car of what psychiatrists and Spokesperson: The Guardian
Guardian Ad Litem.. Impression! f"'I" ;, I.,'. psychologists, mental health profes- assures that the child's wishes are
happened. A who not Involved
Many agencies have been searching In the witness accident is was Im- ,' .. sionals, neighbors, etc. He or she heard, and that the best Interest of
for the answer to this problem portant a very" I, also examines and collects records the child Is presented to the court
of Information.
and working to help abused children A Guardian source Is not a foster parent, 4: from many sources concerning the and the agencies dealing with the
and their parents.The Guardian Ad the child he or she represents does child. The Guardian then takes this child.
Litem program is an agency that not live with the volunteer. The r ,.'" information to the experts in the
depends completely on volunteers to Guardian volunteers Investigators : \!; community for reccommendations Reporter: The Guardian presents
are '
represent abused and neglected .f' on what is best for the child. information to the court and helps
children In and representatives. for' "' .' the court determine what is In the
court. It's name means the children. J" ., )\, ,t. .,. r
'guardian for the law'. The need for Guardian .'io'\' ," Monitor: The Guardian serves asa child's best Interest. He or she
Bradford and Union counties are In the counties In this is ;r ;''' monitor of the agencies and people prepares a written report which
part of the Guardian Ad Litem program prevalent. In area who provide services for the child. becomes a permanent part of thechild's
Bradford there I
of the 8th Judicial district are County, 5' ., He or she assures that orders of the'court record.
presently five volunteers and In :-
headquartered In Gainesville. Union r, are carried out, and that the
"We are all aware of child abuse,. The program County baa there trained are now 10 two. i; :,,;: ,': families and children in need receivethe "When a child has been alledgedly

we hear about it and read about it, volunteers in these two counties If.I ;, ;: '" help they should. See...
but until a person confronts it they since Its beginning In 1982. The \bS': {: Guardians
don't realize how \ Protector: The Guardian
extensive it Is, district protects
In Alachua Pages!
program began :Mq ? .
said Bea Schretzman : '
Union .
County In 1980, but did not started in the 1 ''"''' '< '
Guardian Ad get < ,,.,; J' ,,{, .
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outlying areas until later. ,,, ,
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volunteered 'I" "
for the "There ;
Guardian are approximately 400,000 I ,! .,1:01": ;; ,! (,,"" .-"
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program a year ago children In foster care across the na- "w Amed t ,ntlr lll
and has had two cases since she was tion, most of them being placed
trained. She has raised 11 children of there by juvenile courts because Patsy Welch & Battery '.
,.her own and 3 foster children. "The 'their mothers and fathers either' Guardian Litem ."",0"

best Interest" of the child is our whole 'abused them, or could not or would : ,\ 301 South (Next to Wendy's)
viewpoint, Schretzman.
says not care for them," says Welch. 4\S&
Other agencies, such as the ,'These problems not only occur In with locations In Ocala Chtefland Ir Crystal River
Department of Health and the homes of the severely mentally tIIC

Rehabilitative Services (HRS)who disturbed, but also appear to be bap-, 964-TIRE 964-TIRE ,
deal with abused children must take penlng in average homes and the .
the parent's viewpoint into consideration homes of the wealthy, among the Jf'HARestaurant ]
as well as the child's educated, the uneducated, the NG-pu r: Dunlop
welfare. The Guardian program (Is religious and the non-t'ellgious\ ,"she \
only concerned with the best thing says. New
for the child. "The HRS caseworkersI Over sci'percent of abused NUP IALSGold
have met do a dynamite job," says children come from parents who Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine Seal Belted

Schretzman, "They are very were abused," says Schretzman,
dedicated. It's more than a job and a '"You can't say you're not going to 964-7681

paycheck to them.", get Involved. The only way to inter- 1900 N. Temple Ave.. US'301 N (To-Rena Motel!) AS tow AS flMrgtoi/PolyMv M LOW AS
The main Should r.ta ehould
that the
advantage rupt this cycle Is to change the circumstances
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Guardian program has over HRS, is of the child's life. If they N n body pun Suratoondiwno C-MMe Mug 2O
that a Guardian handles only one don't have good example to follow, aflfi- Monday Friday & Sunday ItMd pattern Fuel PIUS .7-flb 79..trad.l60MtMinfHiMJM08.IJ"piMm 'U"
case at a time, "We can concentrate in their own parents, what kind of tying rids ptrtoinwio f fSUt | RT
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all our Investigation on that one parents will they be1;: MIll fIT .9e..9 tAL19T

case," says Schretzman. The Guardian program Is working i Saturday 4:30: 9:30LouAnn's '155.90fl.13 DM Mil 14 FET FET .n.n... !i.44noV7l4 ms/79a.i4' M.M M.M 2.xri73nei9 207pi4veoe.il

However, the Guardian programand to help stop this cycle and Improve '!65< 0fl.l3 41 M 167 F725/75R-I4 UN 366P2I575RIJ ..... i.u pjM/7.... saw iuPIBV7JBI4
the other agencies like HRS are the lives of children. The volunteersgo M95/75RI4 UM 195 57.W 249P22575RIS 11.sa.70,91375613' 41.M 134PIVS73CVI4
not In competition with one another. ,205/75$-11 MMPJ1875R14 131 H.H 2 70 ..... .
through training sessions. The MM 2 17 P23&75R-IJ MM 269 I.W P22517.-U 41M 9.46
"We work with the other agencies," next session for new volunteers I Is. P93A/79ft-IS 47.M 9 m
says Welch "We have the support of Sept. 13-16, from a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Azalea & Blueberry Farm

available the other agencies to they" are both days. The session will take Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsytn Road 'EXPERTjSERVfGe
help us. place at the Bradford County COOT'
Guardians give the judge, who thouse. Anyone interested fa participating Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to farm
must decide the future of an abusedor should contact Judge .
Now Open Friday & 8:30-5:00 .
neglected child, one more view- George Pierce at the Bradford County Saturday MnlAnMriewiCOT _ou"_Padi Dt"""or,.StxmBlMd a _
point on the case. In such a serious courthouse or Judge Bobby L. Favorite Varieties of Landscaping & Potted Plants t Light Trucdl 8895 .p_BoIOringO 83995
decision that will affect the entire Kirby at the Union County cour (ndutiMup 10 8 01. 01 e 1 MuH| MMd TMIMow
future of a child, a judge profits by thouse. Friendly Atmosphere Come Sea Us Motor Oil/ t ComptaM" Lute Amncan Cm

having more than one,viewpoint to A Guardian takes one case'at a Johnson
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"Tbo Guardian Ad Litem is an additional take the case or not. If the Guardian 964-7109 Specials Regulary =. C..A..M. eD.-... .did *ZT "eyl. '31*.e ey.135"!
resource for the judge to takes the case, then the Guardian p.,0..w. tytWrW fo* moM 81295 .
1 Bromeliad FREE customer An ncwi- front MnSsjaj-VWMCM Well InMill wart pkioi. idtutl idle HI bong.rotor. kuo.el'
draw from," says Carole Zegel, the has certain responsibilities outlined per _a- M>.mM railQHT .rttoutoreap4PCV vwvCondMiMC n.d.ntc flawa
volunteer coordinator for the Guar '2 & '3 Sizes Lots of 50 '1.0d 58 OO uaa.M4A .
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I Gov. Signs 2 Death WarrantsGov. Il Multi# Mile "

Bob Graham signed death Their warrants are the 60th and 61st : iff1'!
warrants August 24 for two Dade signed by Graham during his 4Mi PUBLIC AUCTION!
County killers, Ronald Jackson and years In office. However,only one ex- ; Radial Supreme
McArthur Breedlove. Their executions ecution has been carried out so far
were set for 7 a.m. Sept.20. that of John Spenkelink in 1979. Alt I White Walls BLDG LAND HOUSE'
Two other Death Row inmates, other condemned prisoners have ob- F....F.E.T- "
Willie Jasper Darden and James tained stays of exectuion from the P185/80R-13 42.83 -
:; David Raulerson,are scheduled to die courts for further appeals. 17 ft. Boat 5th Wheel Trailer
In the electric chair Sept. 7. Graham Such po t-conviction: appeals have Wheel P195/75R-14 45.88
.signed their warrants Aug. 5. become standard following the sign P205/75R-14 50.88
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Miami. Breedlove, 36, received the and Breedlove, weren't Immediately 8 P225/75R-15 '56.88
death penalty for the 1978 stabbing of available for comment. -
a North Dade County man in his the warrants will be In effect from Most Cars P235/75R-15 60.88 .
2 miles West Interlachen Fla. SR
.of on 20
home. noon, Sept. 16 through noon, Sept. 23. ,
BrakesResurface Foreign Car 10 a.m. Saturday, September 10,1983

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abused or neglected, it is reported to Completeline '.-.-..._-. -- -..._-......-........._. ...._.-.._.._..-...-_._-...;..-__'" I McDougalPs Inc., Broker
HRS,"says Carole Zegel director of M of --.......-.-.---..-.................-.....-----..........- HBO.. FU. Real' Estate Broker .
the district program, "They o out .....
and see what has happened. U they SEWINGNOTIONS ... ,
feel the child has been endangered,
the child Is detained (removed from :
the home in the care of the court or lM'II.:1tAIPL ;
related agency until the trial) and a .. "
hearing held. The judge decides if a Completeline : .. .. ,. .. .... ...

or Guardian she does is an to investigation be appointed then 14 days he of ..,: .,;.. ,: ,:,,\; /\ ;'. ; ;: ., '. .. ( ( :,to!' :)}....'(}': / : \ ie"" "" ;, i"" : 'i' ." ,'" :.: :: ; ,, ;;:';,: ;,\, }!;iJ{ J\i};;}!,:: :,;:::!;:,,)::; ': ):: ;;)i
after the child is detained there Is an. FABRICSfrom "'.' : .:/'' ;;1"'Y" : J < ..' ,ai.. ,0' .., ...,. o' ,, ",, : ;
:- ad hearing and the judge / "jt\t ij\\i\: ;ii. ; : ..... ,';.1Q.t. .. \1"\... ..... t\\ ." ,;;): ;;;:;'.:t 'i/lN)(;,' :)\\': : ,!JI\1r!\ (! ( Wrlr:! !at, ;,0:1Miiiiiif!' (:\ \,

will Both not decide HRS(removed and the the from child Guardian the is dependentor home Ad). :IS Muslin to Chiffon (G' nf fJ11"; tlij i iei: $ ;;riifti, g/Jjjfi/ : ;

; Litem report whether they feel theo Summer
child should be a dependent or not." -- ---
The work of a Guardian begins Fabrics SpiralCOMPOSITION MOP OR BROOM
when he or she acce case, NEW
prior to the trial. A judge will ask 25-50% offWe BOOK Or
that a Guardian Ad Litem be ap- FALL FABRICS Sponge, Mop.
pointed for a case Involving abuse or ,
l' neglect,but he will probably not ap,
: point a particular person. The director YOUR CHOICE
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t the 1
of district program may feel 7'.39YOUR
that a particular Guardian is suited ; SEWINGMACHINES ,
case, but the final
decision of acceptance is left up to ts '
the Guardian.
f c "Once you accept,you do an In- '70 SHEETSDUOTANG CHOICE
vestigation and write a report for
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short period of time when the Guar Men's Western x Reg. 5.99 FOLDERS THROW, RUGS
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Lake Butler man remains in Gainesville
critical condition following an early Charges In the accident are pen-
Monday morning accident when the diw.
stolen car he was driving crashed
head-on Into another car.
Karl D. Alexander, 20, of Lake i I
Butler was driving a 1972 Plymouth
which had been stolen from Ann
Plnkston of Lake Butler sometime
Sunday afternoon or evening, according -
I to Trooper J. H. Horler.
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Elderly Woman Damage to the Toyota was 1500.: Horace Wayne Stokes, 24, of BriulBond for the charge was set at$100. e PLUS 131 N. Cherry St.
'Found In LakeThe Damage to the Chrysler was 1500. ford County was arrested August 25 Stokes was released on his own Starke Florida
Bond for the charges against and charged with having an Improper recognizance. Richard Pryor in .
body of an 82-year-old woman Kilgore was a total$600.Kilgore was driver's license, according to Deputy 9647423OPEN
was found in Santa Fe Lake early released on his own recognizance. Eugene Lee. Stir Crazy
Sunday by a man fishing near the
,Santa Fe Shores residential area the .
Alachua County Sheriff's Office Fire Distroys TrailerOn

reported.The Morris Carter RoadA f"I .
woman was identified as Carrie Carpet '( SSH 8.5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8.12 Sat.
on fI
Laughbaum,who lived off of NE 55-B, fire late August 24 off SR-16 im !
on the southwest shore of the lake, Morris Carter Road gutted the trailer $1 r 4'--
Robert home of the Ronald Wood family. CleaninRoom) Over
Deputy Lyons reported. Apparently :
There were no Injuries in the fire, J6S4:7911 ii
Laughbaum accidentally feU yearsExperience
--GC'- 1eo-end-of.her dock and drown Wood, his wife and three children lq1 1411.3
,sometime between noon Saturday and were at the lake. at the time of the fire Whole I House, Special.' &-.( ? !It.:) .5fia5'Carpet '. ':f" -
.*w r7..m.SuritlJtf ttAJH DWlTllWnpwjn oft'started Th* In: p.mll..M.appu.-n.tlyfj! 'elec- I K .P'II--' ''' 'GPII' O Park spotted the body, a an Dyed <(902-:? ..... . 599S
tinge Lyons trical wiring short, according to Mr. .,, .. ... .. Hwy. 301 .407 N. Temple Ave.
J. D. York, Lawtey Correctional S* *) 4495
Volunteer Fire Department. Furniture"Not Cleaned'. .. .? .......:..... .. Starke, Florida
Lake City Man The family is in need of clothing and We Install and Check System
household furnishings and kitchen Delighted, Fay"Serving (FREE)
Arrested DWI utensils. Donations for the family a
I all of Bradford and Union County
Johnny Donnell Bellflower, 47, of may be taken to the Hellbron Springs
Lake City was arrested August 27 and VF hDept.ther Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
with .driving while intof- wears a large shirt 4M
tested 38x30 8% shoe. The mother
and having no valid driver's pants 964-6g31
license, according to Chief John wears a size 18 dress, large blouse
Hodges. and 9 shoe. The four-year old boy FREE Estimates 24 Hr. Service Satisfaction GuaranteedINSULATION
Bellflower was stopped as he was wears a size 8 shirt and 6 reg. Jean,
leaving Hampton. His blood alcohol and 9tt shoe.The two girls ages 3 and 2111
.19 to 6 wear size 6x and size 4 dress or Jeans
content was according
I the arrest record. and sizes 13 and 8%shoes. Battery of STARKE
: Bond for the charges was set at First to responded to the fire was allI
9350. Bellflower was released on his the Helibron Springs Volunteer Fire

.V own recognizance. LWCI Department.Volunteer They were and assisted Lawtey by TOP QUALITY BATTERIES AT REASONABLE PRICES

Volunteer Fire Departments. Rescue
,'f.1 Parking Lot Fight 60 was at the scene. SA VE THA T ENERGY Stocking the Batteries YOU May Need

Leads To ArrestA

fight in McDonalds parking lot
Sunday saw one young Starke man ar- Traffic ViolationsIn OVAlternators

..' rested. Starke Area _
Raymond Randall Bell 20, of I NOW Rebuilding
v Starke was arrested August 28 and Carl Dale Stanfield, 30,of Starke
charged with disorderly Intoxication, was arrested August 25 and charged ::0-
according to Patrolman Greg with driving under the influence, according rIB
Nichols. to Patrolman William Tillot- e Starters
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Starke police were called Sunday
1 evening to settle a fight which was In son.Bond for the charge was set at$309. COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL- FRAME HOUSE. EXTERIOR
progress In the parking lot on US-301 He was released after he posted a HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
south. Officers Nichols and Paul surety bond. FIBERGLAS .BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION Generators
Rhoden told Bell to leave the area but QUALITY INSTALLATION
.4 instead he got Into the back of a vehicle Eric Leigh Peterson, 30,' of Clay Fve EeGJwa&i
T,j and would not leave. County was arrested August 24 and l> yo pa9ox14,01SAVEON
Bell began to use abusive languageand charged with driving while his licensewas '1' r'
SAVE Marine
intoxicated,according to the suspended according to Trooper HEATING &iti 964.6956 I ON coouiio "NEW Alternators Automotive Commercial
i, arrest record. Kenneth Ethrluge.Bond I i Farm Equipment Lawn Mower
Bond for the charge was set at*100. for charge was set at $200. DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE ((24 Month Warranty) Motorcycle
Be'4"was released on his own Peterson was released after be posteda
recognizance. cash bond.
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't4r Two, Starke"Pot Possession med were arrested I 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS INTEREST RATES ARE DROPPING!

', August 28 and charged with
i sion of cannibus, CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
Patrolman Paul Rhoden. ; NOW IS THE TIME
s David Kenneth Ray, 19, and Henry ) .
L. Heine,20,both of Starke were in a ..! ', ;11.'<.
:. small white car which was stopped on SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE, 1 I ;';Ii"r":
There was '.' '.
SR-100 by Starke police. ,;
,V:cannibus smoke coming from Call the and car )i\- :- :.
stopped .
when it was
,t Thompson Sts. at 1:30: a.m. WHIPLASH \:. >;I'
". Bond for the charge was set at$250! ."
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< I for Ray and Heine. Both were released ( I.) (AUTO INJURIES)
on their own recognizance. NECK
IN ARMS OR HANDS See us for estimates ont
: "-:1 5R Arrested ON THE JOB INJURIES
: Hampton Man ;
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1 i I For DWI After Accident .(MIGRAINE I )? WORKERS COMP \ : .<&> New construction +

,J."A', Hampton 28 and charged man was with arrested driving PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS Remodeling : I" Y Il IlAdditions

I while\ intoxicated, driving while "t MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY. I.' '

license suspended anaccldent and with'leaving property thescene ,CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH.. ARC ACCEPTED .. ,

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>p.oy 'n Kilgore,30 five of Hampton miles south was of ." fat WM.Wwwl... f.*Bitt. to tile CM Of TM.HMM """,,"' I'r.:,.,i.r"v'..". "I''..'.;.:".. ..1.;.*" ......((1'.I'.or' ,..'\'..,.;;." ," -. ', ,
5 i'arrested on US-901 being Inv 1v. ....,.h....Aid.to TIM CUM*.......11II.. .M Oaaat'T. '" .
Starke at 9:38 p.m.after '
No Job Is Too Large or Too Small
BMW24'Iiolir .
r. +'ed In an 8:SO p.m. accident north of -,. ... ,,
SR-18onus-aolaccordlnflto TrooperToyou. (/ ,. for us at
\ ,v Answering Service
; \1$. A.WWams.!
:;i .Kilgore..driving a 1979 of Starke, ,driv-and Mon.'Wed..& Fri 8:30 to t.&2 to 6 Tues.&.Thur, I:34'Jcto 147336G4 .' ..
Clinton w Boatright northboundoln STEVE HAYES BUILDERS INC.
InC a 19'18 + ,
stare ttto .
I wan when the TwoU i then, 393 N..TMHH Ave.' Starke, Flartda 9S4-6211
\"Chrysler! In the rear.'The toyota "Hwv.SIN.- '. \... "
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ERA: Faulkner Realty representative Susan Faulkner are Muscular Dystrophy Association. The funds from the WAC
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of Archer Funeral Home of Lake Born in Starke Mrs.Coston movedto ?'' 301 MortjlASTggSfsl.
Olen E.ParrishOlen Butler, Pensacola prom Pennsylvaniaabout 1.
starke a
E.Parrish 68,of Lake Butler, two years ago.She, was ours-. .
died Monday night, Aug. 22, at his Anthony F. Stark 964-73OO
home In Lake Butler after a long il- Page
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lness.A life-long resident of Union County F. Benckowsky, 85, of -
where he owned and operated his Hampton,died Sunday,Aug.28,at his Ad good thru Sept 8th -
farm Mr. Parrish was the son of the home of an extended Illness.
late Willie Lee and Lillie Bell Par- A native of Poland Mr. Ben- {
rish; was a member and Deacon of ckowsky moved to Hampton from :
Ohio some 15 years ago.He was a cer S
Zion Primitive
the Mt. Baptist
tified welder and a Navy veteran of 'nlin ifthpriced
Church ASCS member and was on
both World War I and World War II :
the Board of Directors of Union Coun- 9 ,
ty Farm Bureau. and was of the Catholic faith. ,
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Survivors Include two daughters, ...>,
Rettie Mae Brannen Parrish of Lake Nancy Starling of Hampton and Bar- / ""i'ril\; .\?,,, i1J; '' ,
bara Palko of Jacksonville; one son '
Butler__; one adopted II grandson, 'd Josh. ,Stanley Benckowsky of Hampton anti* '
.to live-grandchildren. iKGranestdd *** mV 'fP.I lower.
f =\\01 on i Jty r an; .:=: ;ssrviees werrlwld-j. .., wr
Wednesday'Aug. 31, at 10 .m.1n
of Raiford three brothers-
$edding ; : Memorial Park with Fr. ,
Leon S. Parrish of Lake Butler, G.W.. Hillcrest
Parrish of Providence and William Rolan Julian Funeral officiating.Home Huggins-of No Ralnchec. ,
David Parrish of Alachua; several J
Gainesville in of ar-
nieces and nephews. Mr. and Mrs.
Parrish also raised his two sisters, rangements.
Bernice and Joyce. __._. '.
Funeral services were held Thursday Rosa M.Starling
,Aug.25,at 3 p.m. in the Mt.Zion Coston 1, ( .; ,.
I Primitive Baptist Church with Elders Rosa Martelle Starling Coeton, 26, MII ,'(
j Harry Brooker and Herman Jordon, of Pensacola,died Saturday,Aug.27, { '
officiating. Burial was in Elzey. at Baptist Hospital hi Pensacola from I r '.: : "}f;" s I'k
Chapel Cemetery under the direction surgical complications. I ;';"
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I News BriefsRMC ::.//.1 t

Inmate Gets Life Criminal-General The oflcial holiday period begins at'|\ I "

For Taking HostageA Bradford 6 p.m. Friday September 2 ana ends!
Court at midnight.Monday September 5. If I Luxeva Collagen Discovery Kit
state prison Inmate received *a Appearing in Bradford County this 1 prediction train accident person?
life prison sentence plus five yean Crim l-General Court August IS will die in a on the! FREE
last Thursday after he pleaded guilty before George H. Pierce for, average of every two hours durlllltb.a .
to holding a nurse hostage In the Lake change Judge were; 78 hour period Iwith 9.50 purchase of
Butler Reception and Medical Center Cathy Edwina Barton, petit,theft, any
In May. fined$as.so.Joe Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, i ,
James Frank Tavanese,30,pleaded Allen Prevail, driving while of the Patrol said"The last real boll-
day of the summer will find tremen-- The Rich American Velvets
guilty to kidnapping possession of a license suspended or revoked, placedon dou number of families a streets,:
weapon ,batleryofa on
enforcement probation for six months, must is
law officer and violate laws highways traveling to weekend: '
ag no and pay$45 court cost. *
'gravated assault. Six Union County Joe Allen Prevail,careless. driving vacation spots, beaches and parks.;:;'! Nail Glaze with j Tramline Eye
jurors had heard initial testimony pa cost$29. of Past these experience will indicates that some from Protein $4.00Sheer ( { Lipstick, ft, Trlmline Pencil $6.00
Thursday from Roy people not return >
before \
Austin while
Tavanese ended his trial by changing license suspended Stephens or revoked,driving, fined their outing of fun, but will die in a,, I i $6.00 11 Lip
Us plea to guilty. $107.75. traffic accident." I"J, Powder Pencil,

About 1:30 a.m. May 2, Tavanese James Byron Roberts, possessionof A study of the causes of the 38 fatal Blusher, < $600
hold a sharpened metal rod to the cannabis,pay court cost$100. accidents last Labor Day Holiday, in t "\, '$8.00
throat of Mary Brallier, a registered Oneil Bull retail theft,fined$25. which 37 people died reveals that>i L I
nurse,and held her against her will In Barbara Ann Zoltowski driving drinking drivers and careless drivers t ):/ .
a second-floor nursing station In the while intoxicated, fined $281.50. were the leading contributors. Also,}. 'rk '
RMC hospital where she was license suspended six months,super last year 22 of those killed were the*" ,
employed. He did not hold her constantly vision of Salvation Army for 180 days, drivers of the vehicles and 80 percent a t
but used medicine carts as a SO hours community work. of the fatal accidents occurred after : .f
barrier to prevent her escape.After a Ricky Carl Norman, hearing on dark.Saturday and Monday were the',* f
few hour officers rushed Into the violation of Salvation Army Proba- most dangerous times as 22 of the 36,:' ,
room and subdued Ta vaneae,who had tion for driving while Intoxicated, accidents occurred on these days. :
been hospitalized after being injured: supervision of Salvation Army extended t
in a fight in Union Correctional 90 days. "Every available trooper and aux 1{
stitution. Roy A. Stephens, wilful-wanton Wary trooper will be on patrol duty,
Judge R. A. Green Jr. ordered the reckless driving,fined$81.50. throughout the State to try and help :,.
life sentence for the charge of kidnapping curb the loss of life. We wUI be seek
,and five years each to be served ing to apprehend those drivers who .
concurrently for each. of the. other FHP Predicts 38 Deaths violate the laws of this State before' '' Plush Powder with
three charges. For Holiday WeekendThe they can cause an accident. Plush Brush, $12.50
Tavanese will serve the sentences
In addition to a 15-year term he began Florida Highway Patrol today Lake Butler Man
serving December 1981 for robbery predicted that 38 people would die In
In Lee County. He Is now housed in traffic accident over the long Labor Arrested For DWI ,Silky Shadow,$6.00
I Florida State Prison. Day'weekend.
William James Lennon, Jr. of Lake:' Our luxurious makeup color collectionfor
I Butler was arrested August 30 and ,'
I charged with driving while intox-_" fall makes you look and feel like a II RKI.'I' ; I fV Il ... I
Artist has sights setFrom Icated and careless driving, according millionaire.
to Trooper W.D. Langston. '. The Place for the Custom Face
Page 1A Lennon was stopped on SR-100 two ![ Perfect for rich fall fashions: Sable
miles west of Starke driving a 1983 : Velvet, Astor Amber, Black Sapphire, 1 118 S. Thompson Street 964-7353
you have to go through the endless art history courses which are great i but they Dodge pickup.Lennon'a blood alcohol Rich Chestnut Wall Street and Call for an appointment for a
don't teach you much about actual technique.At the Art students League all I content w"* .12 percent according to '>
did was paint, and that's exactly what I wanted to do. It was 'hands-on' experience the arre-,.record. e more. Come in and try them. Mali,Over with Our New Fall Colors
at its best.usually attend the sessions for a week at a time and when I Bond for the charge was set at$350. '
finish I always feel as If I have advanced in my style and technique." Lennon was released on his own
Woodard la bringing an extensive collection to this year's Festival of the recognizance.
Lakes show as well, and says the arts are becoming more and more popular I
here as Keystone's population grows and becomes more urbanized and appreciative
of the fine arts.
"Oh it's really been exciting here during the past couple of years with the ,
Festival of the Lakes show becoming more popular,"she commented."Artists -
have been moving here and to Melrose and the surrounding areas more and Ad good thru Sept.
more In the past few years.It can't help but make a show like the one coming up
this weekend popular.The crowds that turnout for this show has been great It's w t RalnclMCks.
always fun to get together with that many people all in one place who share a
common Interest In the arts."
The artists says she finds many of tier Inspiration for her works locally,
human subject*and natural strait @included.Right now she Is a pro- en
of student who attends the University of Florida.She also .
clauses at her studio in her home on the lake.
She Is a member In good standing of the Gainesville Fine Arts Association anorganization
she says Is 'working very hard at promoting the arts." ,
They really do a fine Job,sponsoring shows and generally promoting art in
I this area," she said. "Two Keystone Heights residents, Linda Walsh and Alice
Murphree who is the co-owner of the Art-I-Factory here In town are serving tt
I co-chairwomen right now and they are really energetic. We really should be t I
proud of bow far the showFestival of the Lakes)has come since it began
I Just three years ago.The enthusiasm is contagious."

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Decker..,whose funny-faced mugs, plates and glasses are always a hit with the
younger set. Many.displays of stained glass, a skill that has become very
popular in the last few years,will also be shown.There will be a large display of
handcrafted Jewelry displayed at the show as weU,including artist Diana Fava.
Sandra Carlson of Gainesville will also return to the show this year displaying
both traditional and sculptural basketry in a varied array of forms utilizing'
both clay and fiber in her creations.
Darlene Nash of Starke will display her"fiber-wearable"which Is sato be
"one of a kind."Accorrdtng to Festival of the Lakes Committee member Lynda .Your TG&YFamilyCente.rs. '
.Walsh.Naab..accents.her,creations,with beads,,and-embroidery to create .. ,
original designs In clothing.
'Normally they don't accept clothing In the Santa Fe Gainesville Art Show
but they made a special exception in Nash's case because her designs were so i harder
outatandln<<."W.fab laid. are working to
Howard kiSuzuki.who now has some of his wood carvings on aetlval.Art
Heights,will also be exhibiting the f
&KSSdallzesin marine animals and sculpts a great amound of finely
wrought detail Into his works which are done on various types of woods that be more..and that
has collected from various parts of the Western Hemisphere. save
The artists at the festival Will be Joined by a 60-unlt Shrine parade which will you
also take place Saturday,Sept. 3, beginning 11 a.m.
The Sbr1nera are honoring Morocco Temple oteite Jessie Keene In this

year's event with oDe of the biggest parades ever held in Keystone Heights- includes Labor Day!
over 10 units will be on band.
The Festival of the Lakes U non-prom; cultural event sponsored by the .'
Keystone Heights Junior Woman's_ -Club.Donations are greatly appreciated.AND ., > ,
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comer of Lawrence Blvd. TRAILER 22ft. Vary good Also 'SERVICESOORMAN
facing Lawrence "'d. CARPENTRY. AND MASONRYWORK ,7 Public 'Invited. GARAGE
and Flamingo mar SR-100 condition. Air awning several 1 large office for AM YOU LOOKING KM' A potto 7/7 p.m. LIVING ROOM SUm Couch.
and SR-21 Intersection many extras. ALSO! TWO rant In rear of building GOOD HOME We are taking Building tlnchg. All Saturday Sept. 3 Iov._, chair recllner.Alia WELL AND SEPTIC
4-..po'Ol. office complexes 3-wheel bikes, very good lacing Flamingo. Call for a good Free beginning at O.m. on. six chair dining room TANKPackog deal; well
home and work. of 9th
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at corner
; corner lot with en- $70 and $99. Call 473-4491. 473-3411.9/1 tfnchg cook/housekeeper. to core set. $200.00. 1-pd 9/1 drilled water pump, new
estimate.. Phone 473-4473 mooting. Monday B Av and 879 N.W. 3rd It.
on 3-sid.s of 9/1 ItchgDINING PARTIALLY FURNISHED for four adult In .largo p.m. 1988 PLEETWOOD Initolatlan of septic tank
bluing. llnanced. Solid. during day 9/1 tfnchllCA..NT. Open meetings Friday S Look for th* signs an 100. .
Owner ROOM SUITEt 3BII.. IVi bath mobllehomoIn country homeWlll provide HIGHLAND PARK MOBILE drain Held and left .toHon.
with low Interest ,ot.. Call .pine Early American Include. Mel.... area large room,. board and alary .. kitchen p.m.. Alanon Monday 8p.m. ,,Large selection. of mar-. HOME Shingle real Mobil. home pal**
473-4920. or' 473-3411, 9/1 48 In. round double porch. Responsible couple Call 1-282-9392. 9/1.22 Remodeling work All meeting at chand I. Including.clothe"PpllanOM. plywood side., 3 BDRM 2 available All work
cabinet and trim carpen Educational Building Community furniture, *
hg pedestal table' with two 12 wonted. 475.1::161. 9/1 Bath, Gi sotroom, dining guaranteed call Tommy
? try. Raaonabl, prices Church 473-2790' of and dlshe.1"""' i ::*Wr4Mi Concrete blockaft. In. leave 1 6 arm chair NOTICE 5:30' roam kitchen DW 2 sell Dorman 275.2151. UfN
., IVk bath home onvf211te and. large dry sink. Like lSRMhgIATH FURNISHED Call 473-2477 after : 475-2130. 7/7 tfnchg: .YARD SALE Saturday Sept. cleaning .v."., rang. B/11 <1'1"7.
Sands lake. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING p.m. 9/1 tlnchg. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 3, 9:00 a.m. until). SHOP Early bird
1.92Q ,
Worth $3.000 lake frost free PAWN
.new. yoursfor NOME with acces. refrigeratorwlcemaKer
ft.. CH/AC. large den 1500. 473-3476.: 9/1 CH/AC. garage. Available should be submitted to the CARPENTRY repair, due,f...or weigh In.. Household Item, clothing BroyhlllBassert variety. South 129 and An.draw. .
kit- Lake Monitor office tallatlan. doors, win' Open meetlngl T......,**, also plant Across tram '
.. W/W carpet HORSE Stands 15'hands Sept. 22, $2SO/month.: Region furniture central Street, ,Glen St.
I ten equipped, assumable high. 11 ,... old. Good Keystone Heights Realty In writing and paid In ad. dow, cabinet helving Call 7:30 Church p.m. Community Trinity Boptlst church. .boat and air. Buyer.moves. Mary. Phone 2594898.W .

percent mortgoga. with children, .very gentle.All Inc., REALTOR 473-4961. vane unless credit I I. "partitioning paneling.4tpd EducationalBuilding ) l-chg'I' $26,000. 2752311.pel I. buy anything of volu....
1.500. 473-2784. 9/1 lack gear Included. 9/1 tfnchgCOMPLETELY already established with 73-2520.8/11-9/1 ,, Keystone' U* 9/1 4--chg 8/25 9/1 ..
.chg $600. Call 473-2908. 9/1 FURNISHIDl2BR. this office. CARPET.AI4O VINYL repairsand' Proa Heights. 473-2790.: 7/7' HELP COCKTBALSOn Whit and NEED CASHB Wo will buy

IfC; MILROSIt By owner Itchg ., :2BATH home on MONITOR STAFF CAN- .. Installations. ... tfnchg. on* gray. ,Phone 4962139. your broken appliance' ,,
'Im Ten LINGO Lion Club .
*r., 3Blh., concrete block TWO FURNISHED NOUSESi Gatorbone lake, with NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR year 4734217.and acres.Iron WANTED 1' washers, refrigerators,
&fm*. AC/CH on V* aero. on Big Lake Brooklyn. 100 fireplace. Available MISTAKES IN perience. Call: 9/1 high school. WHIRLPOOL WASHING and freeier. Phone
>San lake access, paved.rfad. ft. on water, beautiful lot, September 1 through May CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS oak for Craig. Tuesdays Early' Bird 7 MAI ESTATE UCENWNGr'In MACHINE Good Cond. for 755-4276. 1-chg 9/1
Many extra. In 40*. concrete boat ramp fruit 31. S4OO/month.. Keystone TAKEN OVER. THE tfnchg : AND p.m., Regular 7:30: .p..... .Lak. City. IRM School of more Information call JIMMY D. LAVENDER I Is no

475-1803.. 8/11-9/15 6tchg tree, storage building. BY Height. Realty Inc.. TELEPHONE. RETIREMENT HAIRSTYLING HOME CENTER All Public Invited. 7/7 tfnchg. Real ..to'*. Phone 496-3100, 1-chg 9/1 longer responsible' for the

CRAPESi U-PIck open every OWNER call 4734491. 9/1 REALTOR 473-4961. 9/1 Classified deadline I I.Tu..y I. under roof. OFFER.LNG TRUCKS 750.4006. TFN 714WANTEDBABVSITTER ISVs 'FT. CONTINENTAL depts mod by Karen Lea
one CARS
iy 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lilly' Itchg tfnchg noon prior' to To Lavender a* of Sept. I,
yjneyard. Florahoma, .... 2BATH HOMI ON 3ACRISi Thursday publication Certified nursing trained ft BOATS watch two children In my BOATl WWalkhru. wind.
& .2121.1125.9/15 CONN TROMBONEi Good $325/month. Minimum charge I* 15 assistance and CPR home located on Ud Stata shield and Murray tilt 1983.INSURANCE
Swan word. for staff; 24 hour supervisionlor Hour will be trailer $490. 496-2646,
PINTS--a0 condition. $190. Coll Available S.pt.mber 7. $2.79, than 10 property.
Crest Nursery located onn26. 473-2413. Itpd "/01 Keystone Height. Realty cant for each ward senior cltlieni; hot CUSTOM VANS New 1983 7:30 o.m. till 5:30: p.m. Itpd 9/01 .
2Vt miles east olMelrose. Inc.. REALTOR 4734961. thereafter.LOSTFOUND. meals;.day." Week or long Chevy Van*. V-8 automatic' Monday through Friday. -
9/1 tfnchg term liar; STYLING transmission with overdrive Call 431-1396 altar 330, MAINES INSURANCE AOENCYi -,
AUDVI GROUND SWIMM- YARD SALE 9/1 tfnchg CENTER for, the public! power tearing, p.m. t-pd 8/39 FOR RENT 160 S. lake Avenue.

tlG! POOL everything Incjuded precision .tyllng foremen power brakes. power windows NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS Laka Butlar, 496-3978..
plastic lining. 3 FAMILY SALE Sat., Sept. WANTED I,FOUND A 'little change and women I' p.rmo' and power door lock.. FOR' PART-TIME OP- TYPSWRTrm AND ADDING Complete Insurance. Ser

faltering .y.tem. Coll 3, from 8 a.m. till-. purse, .lent In area of city hair-coloring. SR-325 Panasonic sound system, net HELP Versatile, MACHINES FOR RENT vice. TN.

I-3109.9/1 Itpd_ Woman's Club Rood off USED VIDiO GAME TAPES tennis court Describe Hampton 468-2619.. 9/1 tilt wheel running board. 'dependable. and axperlenced. Union County TI...... 150
Orchid. 91,1 Itpd for Intellevl.lon. 4734648.. purse and content by callIng "nchg' 4 captain chairs and couch. Apply In person Main Street Lake Butlar. REAL
? NICE OW 8/4 tfnchg 4734563. LOVING MOTHER want to Beautiful Interior and exterior at lok Sutler Apparel Phone 496-2261 for Information

$n 8 acre. L._, area. I LOST June 19. whit cock-o- core for your children( ) In $14,400 and with Company. lok. Butler, Fl. TFN 10/1 ESTATE

lanced pasture, barn, SOUTH ST. L_ tlal with yellow crest and my home Monday through dual air top of the Una 1-chg: 8/29 MOBILE HOMES Two very
garage and utility shade. I 2-2 BR, 1 BA frame houses. orange cheeks. Answersto Friday lunch and game $13,900. Compare at nice moblla home for LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL

tpsslble 4 acre addlnal. Only ....000 each. LUXURY LIVING "Charlie". Reward. Call provided. Call: 473-7919.. 12'.000. 11 V percent bank rant. No Pat. Phono PIECE OP PROPERTY* If I

tf( lake. Hampton shawplsjc .7 .7711 or 468-1406. SEWING MACHINES financing." Phone WANTED 4962842. I-chg 9/1' don't hove It. I'll find' It .

SERA FAULKNER REALTY 1 BR 3 BA. Many extra. REPAIREDlAII makes Gainesville. 332-0903. 9/1 Just ask. JANE S. USHER

'U.5061 Term. EXCELLENT PRICE cleaned oiled and ad- 1983 STUMPKNOCKERi Will PAY CASH For Your REALTOR. 496-2126 or
eCi for this 3 BR I'A IA C/B (lu.ted. SIS. Work ,fiber;'... box boat 35 hp used moblla home. Ray, Subscribe Today f 496-2903. eve*. "Your

H [D3. ERA FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTY homo on I acra. Can't beet guaranteed. James trolling motor. Rigged Powell 4963377. TFN. UNION COUNTY Union County "_/tor."
944-SO complete, full cover, extra 8/04 doClassified
964-SOtS I at $11,000. Strickland corner MorganRd. TIMES
'o. clean like Must seato
i TH M raREDUCED ERA FAULKNER REALTY and Hwy.. 16. Starke. appraclata. 3673. 498-2261 Ads
964-MiS 71,. tin
8 FISHERMAN'S : .1fMlo. 1fALlaa' 473-7198 or 1-396-4868.9/1 Get Results

Ifklency, cottage. Lake LOVELY ras1 ISHAMPTON : Classified Ads 1968 tfncha CAMAROi Engine ..MMdar.W, i CNxneru'ur.
I iroaklyn. Shaded. lot.
It..... landmark.. The ..,- ML"" 00' Get Results great body good $800. or GRAPES

ryan.n 1_.' Beautiful C/.. 3 SR. 2 BA ,, bast offer. Call 479-1397 New Life light 3. do.... Good Pick-. :

hem*. Fir plac.' 20 aero*. ARIA MiniatureGoH Course.!= and. laava name and Ing. Freshly. ma-
REAL Beautiful. property. 10 plus number.. 9/lltpd Man. ....
Del. hi 3 day, outdoor ei Carpet Open A B
ERA FAULKNER REALTY era*. Well septic duck Indoor Price, $3.900 Cleaning Service *.....,.......( Sun. 3i304i3B
l..I3 9644065 ERA FAULKNER REALTY .pond end shade up. 1979 TRANSVANl 21 ft.. .
"..uo.' ..5065 | Pin. ._11. Dodge 360. Dual air, A/T. CIRCULAR' OHV POAM MRTHOOPh. p.m.IONGNECKSRS
elf wwlOa. m LB ERA Box 963WSC.arNon.PA Self power contained.steering-brakes.Extra nlca. Cacti. 4ml.W.efMelrese .
EXC.TERMS .. FAULKNER REALTY 1801 733o7Keystone sea Sign'
Ic. large frame .house jMAiioa- 94'ao6s (7171346SS9 $11,900. Call 4733942. Warts OLwr.ne..d Hsi....... F.. 47B-I1BI 473-2702

rlced at $20,000.acres. CAU ST. .- -.. -- _n
2 apartment 110... Reduced m I
to $23.900.: .. .
sERA LOT Special Labor Day Auction Steve Broadway i it ,
ERA FAULKNER REALTY FAULKNER REALTY Over ana acra. Tree*. "OVER 42 AC *3 I.. 2 BA on ........ H ocra let with lake i9'AX .. : I

6405065 4.5065 Owner financing.ERA Lot. of tree, with 3 M, 1BA assumable. -..-.. S41.MO. 500 Pine Street Palatka t TREE SERVICE i il
*3 BR, 2 BA home |lust sterling construction.bleck 0
C/' homo. "'.100.
m. r m. from Keystone Golf Course on .paved rood So Monday. 12 Noon until Removal
now end moke your custom selections. $" .100. Trimming
OO. Some with .lake -... l
FAULKNER *lot from $1,
DUGGER HOUSE 94ao45t REALTY ERA FAULKNER. REALTY *SPECIAL: 8 acres en paved County Reed.$800 down Truck loads of merchandise I 'Stump Removal
Back of Ita.... Motor Inn. 964 aoss '
LAWTEY AREA ., ''Free Estimates
3 N. Tools Groceries'. Knives
llee uncleared buMdlna,.*. "'?t'. ;- 't m N '. .,....,.m bcel'U : Furniture I' I*' ,

He. 4 Acre*. '. artERA ,M TM.. Ip%+.al t 1h9 .M.. ..R.s I .u .....0..' .4 fO"I .. "' ; ; 1 ""lt, .,rtIII.. ') Hundreds of Other Items .nni; i I Firewood".'.lI"
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'U.5065 ERA FAULKNER !)Of A/Kvysfon Golf lours.Classified Auctioneers Bill Perry and Bill Lewis After S P.M.'Q'Tl1{
10 ACRES .
fB' Largo ham with 40-80 Join Country Club. Ownerfinancing. ____L.J '' ______ (! Keystone HlalrH" ",:

Jfwuo.' [H::: ere*. Kitchen appliance JI( tlea>n *d> Insured JI

: 1 fc ** *_.ftA. \tOf' Ads Starke Ads .

-Oldcr tram home. To beremodeled. Coiy 2 I.. s SA. Chain link HA FAULKNER REALTYBEAUTIFUL SEl 'PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL WANTED

,( .. Nice largo lot. fence, nicely landscaped.ERA 'UI..S [ 6405065.CH AU THE EXTRAS SERVICES SERVICESCHAIN SERVICESGLASS

.. AL101' I* thl beautiful brick AXLES B TIRESi Two axle*

m veneer ham. and tour tire. Highestprice
Can.vacuum .
1i_r 2. .. UNK FENCE Install- DARRBU GRACE Content SCUT TO ORDER paid. Green'.
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ERA FAULKNER REALTY FAULKNER REALTY OWNER FIN. garbage disposal ed. Free astlmata Handy of Unit 84, Mini of America Dear, window, ate. 301
Welding Shop. South.
*.4-SO SH tu-IOU Well septic elect, ...... D.W. trash compactor, Man Fence Co.. ownerTommy of Keystone Heta.. Rd. 100 JACKSON BUILDING SUPP Stark, FL. 964-5007. 7/07
ACM One acra out of town. wesher 4 dryer, 8 *acres Reddish. 964-8959. East.,Sol* of unit will beheld LY. 964-6078. Order also
CH.LAKE IB Lot of hade tree.. 1979 ERA FAULKNER REALTY .peel with deck,< rail fence 6/09 1230TRACTOR Sept. 16. For Information taken In'Lake Butler. USED 13tchg ALUMINUM 10/27 Willing to

.. I Fleetwaed. 1._ bulftn. u-sons wIth Iran gates et entrance MOWING 15.00 call 4737683. Itchg" 496-3079 and KeystoneHeight. tear down for It.
.uo. .51M1Oa! building.
Custom awning. m. a steel. at$IOO, OO. per hour. Call 964-7387. 901CRI5T1N ., 4734973. 2/26 tfn 964-4308 after 7 p.m. 9/01.
!'.4 ACRES I ,r. warranty 8/04 5tch 901DBJAINFIELD HOWARD Content FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS 2tchg 9/08
ACCESS ROCK Bldg. of Unit 93. Mini of
nice OW with. extra Slnglewld with Ig.. built ERA FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER, CHRISTIAN MOTHER OF Si
Vary ,
REALTY sands llmarock top call. America of Keystone 144 W. Call St.
Would like take
to of
One $29,900.ERA an. Plea .... $".100. '94-JO PRIME SITE : care
acra. 4fjfMSBROOKEEt Largo or small loads. Ph. Hgt Rd. 100 East. Sala 964-7303 child. Well
m I Commercial: ...*. Appro l 782-3172. BRADFORD will be hold Sapt. 16. For Opon your 2 snack providedlunch. and
L a day
I 2 ec.with 1500...ft.metal J LIMEROCK BALIS tfn 7/14 Information, call 4737683. T.W.T. *P 9 Ml Bi30 lot. of TIC. 964t308.01
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ERA FAULKNER RSAL1T55i bldg. .:. "'."0" DAY CARE For 2 yr. old Itchg 9/01 Sat.-9 AM HI 1 PM 2tchg 908CHRISTIAN
.AULICNEIlItEALTY 'U.506' CLOSITOSTARKIDauMawlda and up. Monday thru Friday I DO LAUNDRY. MONJNO AppoINot 2O-VR., OLD girl'
'U'5065 .6.30 AM M 6 P.M. lot Housework and variouslobs Ahrny Necessary
m. 4 acree wills pecan _. : to babysit children your
.m ever MM. Old barn .ERA FAULKNER REALTY Goad of tender. loving core. Call | If I can .help you 1/7 tfn home In Stark area Call
3 BR, 1 IA k* taws
Dodd writ and L.B. BRADFORD
Cindy Kurlmay contact SEPTIC fERVKEt
alder Formed tractor B Lori Magyarl at 9644429, ,
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financing -. .
.15110. 9/01 Route Starka
9647408. 8/25 2tpd 4. Box 1434 Residential pump-outs 9/01 2tpd 9/08
..900 disc. e4SOtSE. NEED STORAOR ROOM Fl 32091, ............. Itpd. $59 we also re-lay drain 'MOTHER ,OP, TWO will
JUST REDUCED : B ecres with Ig. elder C/' + ERA FAULKNER REALTY Handl-Hous Slorag 9/01 ,, line:964.8121. 11/18 tin
hi homo.
baby.lt Man.
BeautHul OW M.H., barn, home, --........ CPA FMJLKNER REALTY 4os Building 30 .1... to BILL'SlAW SHOP: Complete WANT TO DRINK Frl. .933290301 my -

workshop Ig. porch. EP ? .5065 fftlBpaffgj DUPLEXor M D3BROdKEEt choose from. Curl* sharpening service circular THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 9/08 2tchg
$39,900. Will consider offer ER t 'hand carbide chain.mower WANT
I H could b* used for 4 BRhone. HOME. ;
.. .ILA\10. S- Stark 964-6WO. blade hallow '
... 301 *
7 day a week. CoII..I..
ao. to sclfae/. :
964-S04S Wi.? .! '
jriAiion' 'tchg 9/01 ground and balanced. AIceheIIco A.- '
Owner Boatwrlght, 7823794anytime.
ERA FAULKNER REALTY m CROSBY LAM financing DOUG WSBBi Contents of Leave at Jackson Building 944-41M 964-8434 Itchg 9/01 j?,
'Vs4-50 I 'LOT ERA FAULKNER REALTY DauMawlda en let. Unit 54. Mini of America of Supply In Sto"' ., Keystone 9644894
m "0" 'U.5065 Keystone Hgts., Rd. 100Eo.t. Height or lake Butler.TFNchg ALANON
Restricted. No mobile. ,
i iho ERA FAULKNER REALTY Sole of unit will beheld :. ; FAMILY GROUP ;
HANDYMANSpecial _. 100' frontage as m m
..1f.uo. Sept. 16. For Information 964-6219
On 'alt. city lot. ,0..... partially cleared. .with ffi .ipi. r .U'1I065.. m call 473-7683.. Itchg" Classified Ads' 8/11 14tpd FEMALE WALKIRHasi 3

r Utility ........ ".100. ""v.wcy. Owner ffnQ. .rL L..J:::! '9/01 Get Results some yellow marking.' ;

BROWNLIE RD. with low down. pay'meat. '.,'O.' .;..",;. BOATS, ,still nursing her lost
3 Ii. 2 BA C/B coast. .
fireplace.' 1 ERA FAULKNER REALTY On 3% ecre. Kitchen" furnlshed. .. 4'lWI -Hwy.16IMoreon.d.
Appro ec. ERA FAULKNER Ph. 964.8820. Itehg 9/01
.5065 Ben Franklin slew HLLDIRT 1979 STUMPKNOCKEEt Hi 35 ?
IRA FAULKNER REALTY 964-SOtS ether ..."'....... Several 1 nice farm .. Mil hp Johnson Thruster, troll. '

m. m ERA FAULKNER REALTY rim motion.*. Flees. *call for.- Infer SAND & LIME ROCK Ing motor.' lean: 964.86933 I Paying Caul

'U.506Im .9t4-SOM after 3.30 p.m. Itpd 9/01 'orAluminum
M IfMIOa : '- f**%
m. 468..1..455 18 FT. GRIFF CRAFT 140 hp. Cong
: ERA FAULKNER REALTY Mercury eng. ,Power trim .
OVER 100 AC. : tilt trailer All for 4500. Per Lb.
spvciM. I 3 X
Of land I. .-, area. 964-5261 9646113. topper brae.
or .
.lot $22.800 hour LAWTEYLarge ,
only or IN ) "
Will divide s small a* 10oc. 2tchg ./011 .. Every Wednesday. ;
1SS7 so, ft. C/B wet and 1 ac. for 13900. C/B hem* on I ac. ,
bar I .... I fence.IRA Owner financing.ERA AkeveERA '."Q'" 18 n. PlIIIIOLAII CACCI.' Beginning A'... .4I
Steve tlroplaco. -- 40 hp: Evlnrvda motor and ...,... ...
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ground .r vi WANTED Intersect!_
,:/. HELP trailer ;;All In excellent ,

.. ,6405GU FAULKNER REALTY '640506' HWY IMS SHORT' : 'COOK Good lot fishing or "".oat Florid "
"" 4 BR, 2 BA. 2.B09. ORDER
SBH' ': III ,44-SOt [B Ih pleasure, $1290, Ph. .R.e '
LaSTARKE 9644191. 9/08
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Only year round
a1w11oa' : 'j IRA FAULKNER REALTY944Mtl Experienced -

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s 1
LIVING 20 Ac.FARM With 'tend. :and ...,IWI.... 4. I' JSHPINE '
1900 ft. with I.. alder .hem, '
Approximately sq. .. ..). 533-2050 'WANTED
beet. 1878
H without -
at Appro Con buy .
Ruing' ..... .bI. garage en .... ft. C/B hem. has 24x24tra ....... .... Plenty. .. --. -- ,
,lovely I... fenced Swerkshop. re.n. Fene.d'sad cress 0'-
.anon. petIo. Mtnoy fenced, workshop. A shed. .' TIME INN w

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Up town Geed ............ Believe" M or.... 3 ... I'A !./ACRES Bern '.r..., let. .f HWY 1115'' hoot Board for K-J2 C.rtifl.d teacher. .
..... from Club.Owa .
CH/A. 4788 **. I*. BA. CM/A, carpet, fenced Country highway frent.g.. Appro VA *? wNli 2H' [(any flra). .

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should IM submitted to the' REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE. RABBITS Satalq .. New 2..... MST *% ft. 25 yr. MIMOSA MANOR MOBH.BHOMB .1 + .wrWlll9
Bradford County Telegraph' Scholarship, available for TMI CITY OF $TAR K@ I* now Zealand For ..pirbreeder ._rr-ty. While supplies PARK. Mobil 1 BR OURSf MOUSE, furnish, raats51IIR1R11--- .
office' In writing and paid unlicensed accepting application for Or meat. $3.00 test. $1.50 each. Aba Sim- home and fur rent. .ed.$173 mth. Adult only. ; '
In advance unless credit I is Faulkner peraon IRA the' position of Truck DrI_..kXWSpd up. 6 mile S. 301 of ca Barrel Saddle. Former Recreational vehicles 1-2 BR unfurnished garage I 3t'

already established With 10/28 Mil rTIRWIlllOAR 964-9065.! with Sanitation t Trashi'Department. I4.{. Sja..... Phone 468-1915. Mutual i. Eiichang welcoma.' Phone .....2912. 'apartment $175 mth. e
this cHic Apply City- 61W4tied900'ORAPESs 44-7871.. Itchg 901BEAUTY 9/16 tfnMOBHI Adult only.,2-1 BR unfurnished .
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF need MOTORS Hall Merrell Dee office.. : U-Plck. OpenI SHOP HOMO FOB RINTiOn apartment $100 REALTY
CANNOT.HELD an experienced title, Itchg 9/01 ')li/. I everyday 7 AM til B PM. EQUIPMENTS mth. 964-8404. 9/01 2tpd
RESPON.SWLB clerk. Good pay; goad 1 Lilly' Combo Ityllng/ihampaa mile from Stark city 9/08
FOR MISTAKES IN benefit. I Vineyard chair limit Clean. 16 W.
Apply In person shampoo chair.
Florahoma. Fl.| Phone UNFURNISHED 2 BR HOUSE
CLASSIFIEDS WHIN AD .M at 206 W. Madison St. 8/25 CARS 094-2121. 8/2S Stpd 9/22 new. never been used;two Coll ....-1323. 10/07 tfn. Stove, refrigerator, w/w t

TAKEN OVER TNI 2tchg 9/01 &TRUCKS' ,RIO WIGGLER FISHINGWORMS15061.00 styling chair*. one chair amos KITCHINIFFICIINCVRoom carpet screened porch. PHONE 964-7778
TELEPHONE. DUI TO SHORTAGE OF old two shampoo for rant at low CECSlUTuwatuu
Classified deadline'h TUES. ILVISi Christmas positions 100,12.75200..S.00r:, bowl*; two combo weekly rates. Call Tempi. 964-y4 newly 4.painted.9/01 tfn Phone, ,205 M. Temple. Starkr-
1974 auh. ;
DAY NOON prior to now available. Santa' DODGE AX4. .318 dryr/cholr, Motel 9647357. 9/16
In a one 3 BR .
90O-$12 00. W* dIg them. an Orlf.fl
Thursday Publication.Minimum |am. Toys/GUIs need to... runs and pull great, dryev/choJC .lei. than 6mo. EOW/tfn
pick them from bed .' Loop. First, lost plus
charge I I. 15 ,shown to the public 1500. Call "" -15CXI. 8/18 you .. old. (300. 964-4556 CLEAN MOBIIB HOME for
deposit. No
word for $2.73. then 10 through November.. Call 4tchg9/08 Bring containers.Maswy's.,782.3392. otter t p.m. 9645146.01 rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close Itpd 9/01 pets.9648816.' *SPECIAL* *

cent for each word Cherla. Collect 485-1062. 168 FORD FALCON 6 cyl. Acrossstreet 4tchg 922JO.DACH' to prison. Call .....1323. 1031 W. 47 ACRfS-47 TREES
.. of Post Office., PRATT STi 3
thereafter.___ 9/01 Jhchg '/01 87,000 orlg. mile*. Very WATCHES 10/07 tfn. bedroom Attractive brick horn
(joining property N.of Faith house CH/A. antique a
good mechanical condition. 1-On BR APARTMENTS. 1-2
YARD SALE NURSIS REGISTERED 964-8462. Itpd 9/01 Baptist Church Lowtey. Men.Unt..thlnytLodl..*. US: BR apartment. 3 mile quipped kitchen family on 47 acres of good lend with 47
All SHIFTS 8/2S 4tpd 915REPOSSESSED $17.50): Children room, fireplace' hug back
Psychiatric Nuts 1976 CHIVY MALIBUi dr., ..T. S Garfield. watches north on 301.. Underwood porch. fenced back paean tree*. ___
IIOMI' yard,
IAT.. SEPT. 3i 10 a.m. fit T? Specialist I I. a RN position AC 1'1. PB.Good paint and Nothing down I Take overpayments (specify wind-up or LCD). Motel. 7/21 tfn storage 'Inside B outside. T
Baby clothe*, linen, whatnot requiring 1 year Interior. 72.000 mile*. $90 monthly. IIS Aids I 10 pc. WOK set. STUDIO APARTMENTS $385 mth. with one month .AT LASTI The poled..............-0aw4I..leek.ing .

*, and many other psychiatric nursing experience. $9/01 I.450. 782-3307. Itchy 4...* flashing' arrow lQn. $15; 7 pc. stainless steel 1 Weekly monthly rotesrant required deposit. I. home plus grow _...... Oneef our

Item Behind Tackle Box. Starting salary New bulb. .letter Hale/ cookware set (w/copper- Palm Apartment 2314 N. 964.8073. 9/01 tfn meet. resUsntss.Huata 1.. U_ L.......,*.
Itpd 9/01 S1.42-$9.73 per hour. 1974 FORD BRONCOS 302 Sign*. Call FREE clod bottom). tJO; Elec. Tempi Av*. 7/38 tin NICE IMMOBILE, HOME: No In JHagnelle.. Anileae, Pine S Degweed. Split Awell

THUM., Tin. a SATs h.. 2nd Registered Nurse I and V-8 mil.A/T... 49,000 original I-8OO-62&-7446. _yt'm.' bug a !nest killer, f 10.5O: ON US Mil 3 SR, I BA unfurnished pet. Call 964-8810. Itchy fence a$attractive, ma1.rn barn Superb
$4.800. Call home. CH/A. Threemil
4 3rd. 309 Redgrave St. PNS Train. positions 782-3810 Itpd 901FIIOZIN 6"; eeclllatlng. fan $10.SO; 9/01 eek fleering. rich panelling' stone fI........
after 4pm. Itpd **north of Stark on US
Itchg 9/01 available for UN' without 9/01 FOOD CAM, Coke Velcro unison wallet. $3 UNFURNISHED 2 BR. 1 BA CH/A. 1320 ft. *n Hwy. SOK,

.... A ATt Spt.2A3.8 psychiatric experience. 74 FIDO 4x4t Need clutch machine, Slushle mocWne,' eo, credit card calculator 301. $265 mo. plus $150 Call home large room, range 711 MADISON STi 1 II hem with new reef.

om. tit 5 p.m. 1972 Ford Starting alary $7.38-17.73 brake and battery. Lot of live bolt tub. 9644029., (w/case), $6.60 eo; Texas ,'evenings cleaning and deposit.weekend, and refrigerator\ '' Inc. Walking distance I* as",*..... $39,000 with
hour. Instrument "solar
per "o.'tlon.ovollabl.Jon CH/A.
Pinto 9/01 9/08 In city. 9646058.MISCELLANEOUS.
carpet: sewing woo" fI-' .
rust. Run I $700. 9 a.m. toI calculator $12 752-1880. Call bock on me..WOULD
and 11-7 ea. Send
machine; roll owa r bed ,shirt p.m., 964.8393. Itpd 9/01 ALICIA HAY FOR SALE check weekend*, t-4-30 ask for SKI OR LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY
additional or order
table a chair; IV color differential.pay 7HX 1971 CHIVY IMPALAt.350. Highly fertlllied, large (along with money Mary Ann 8/25 3tchg 9/O8 New 2 BR. 2 IA double ........ Brick hem.
Parf-tlme name
TV; 12" B4W TV; positions available.. Contact V-8. Power ..t..rlng.pow.r bale.. ".50 eo. Boyle. d..... and phone your number. .) MIA ORAHAMipns BM ._ prima,lecetlon,Miners e D..............11y furnish.
964-7789 9/01
bedspreads sheets 20"fan Hwy. top '
tool : : Merrlet Hloglns Nursing brake. A/C. SCRATCH t DINT BALBiHam to: RAHSEN a Co., ".0. trailer. To.al.lad. utilitiesIncluded. I HAVE $10.000 and deed to ...
: ; utility trailer; Standard Specialist, 2door. Stereo and radio Interiors. Box :941, Starka, FI 32091. 160- weekly. mortgage receivable slOTH TOWN A COUNTRY Brick heme. 1 BR. t
a Hove
pot pan: dlhe A 1200. Call 9644872. tfn Please. 4851371. Itchg 9/01 BA CH/A.1s. let en Rd. 330.
llverwore. 7 mile Northeast Florida State Item. 1103 Pratt St. allow two week ($33.000)) that pay$307.00
south many
Hospital Macclenny, 8/18 for delivery, 'ftchg 9/01 HOUSE AT KINOSLIY LAKE monthly. Would like to COUNTRY: ESTATE Immaculate S BR CH/A.
3. til'
of Stark on Rd. 100. On Saturday Sept. 8 TT
left. Florida 32063. ((904)) M IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY 901TELISCOPI $250 per month plus $100 purchase lake place In Located en H.I acre. ca 128-166.900. Flnenc-
Itpd 9/01 259-6211 .... 115. 8/25 jeeps for $44 through the' Itpd deposit.. Call 5332433. Keystone or Starke. Ing _II......
STi Large U. car.trldge HOMES
S. Government?Get the 8/254tpd9/15
9/01 964.8671 after 8 OoH
p.m. facing
clo.hoo. plant furniture.Plymouth fact today I Call ((312)) *. computer guitar. 2 BR MOBILE NOME on Grit-
part*. 9 o.m.. Ill HAVE TEACHING ABILITVl 742-1142. ext. 609. ere 964-8713. Itchg 9/01 FOR SALE fls loop. On private land. SNAP-ON TOOLS ARE BACKS Ceurse. Custom drapes, en*. ..r..*.
International Health Com. If you hove broken greenhouse. Greet view. Owner
f? Friday &Saturday. Itpd lOW '/29 OLDER PULL Size New carpet, any financing.
9/01 pony seeks local representative RfNIteCRATORi Separate rfurbishdtools that need replacing SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARMS Approx. 34
BUTtlRBAIPOKDiBrick 468-2374
127 CLARK STi Four fomllle *. 8-10 hrs. per wk. freezer compartment Homsby. after6pm. or you need some new CsTtM.1 htMllBM at chicken.........poem 1_.
Friday B Saturday 9 a.m. has potentlafor LAND Work but freezer freezes :3 BMrmACH.utility 4 BR. 2 itchy BA DOUUSWIDEl ones, give' m* a call rm Improved ........ A. mile to city hm.....
.. 1313 ft. 1
ill ?? Itchg 9/01 $1000-11200 per month. FOR SALE up. 175.Call 964-4733, sq. en $225 per mth. p'u..curlty' the Toolman In town. Doug located en :S38A B/IOOA.
ac. $27.900. $1.35 down.
OUHOOLV TRAILER PARKS Company car program 6:30-9 P.M. or weekends.. Fertlg.; d/b/a Authorized MAGNOLIA HOTEL Stark lendmark with Mrm

SR 16 W.... look for *lgn.Thur OlIO Call Rlttman Enter I"'hg01 Off SR 121 en Slnclara Rd.. 9/01 deposit. 4732164. Itpd Snap-On Tool' Dealer *. 21 bath. 1 1,867 .*. ft. Clean Room.

*.. fri. S, Sat. 94. Itpd prises. 964-4277. Itchg 2 ACM LOTS 13.000.$300', OAS STOVI. $4S Queen. By owner. Day 1-755-4149: ON KJNOSUV LAKEi Smalt 964-8023. 8/11 4tchg 9/01 THAT SPECIAL HOUSB-BR. 2Vt BA.Sweeping

9/01 9/01 down $52 a month. Call size mattress and box springs ,waning 1-7528861.. 8/25 cottage. Sept., 15 to April _Iree.* rise to second *....,. Polls. window
.... a SATs 8 til 7. 434 Polk LIFE INSURANCE SALES ((9004)) 964-5606.1/11! tfn ,' $1SO. Good condllion. 3tpd9/OI 15. Deposit. No pet. Call BUSINESS for beauty 4 best I..*"*..*... fireplace 3ax22
St. Man and women Minimum of 1240 perk 1 ACM LOT 4000. $400 7B2-3608. 8/2S *chg BV OWNER See at 355! St.. $33.2366.9/01 tfn OPPORTUNITIES gang at The Weed*. Ceuntry Out $..000

clothing: dl....* and loft of to start full company down $58 month- .Call 9/01 Clair St. 2 BR.. I BA block 1 BR UNFURNISHED APT assumable. ..... et 9". Boiling pric*. $198,000.
other thing Itchg 9/01 3764621 benefit A.M.'and training. 9645606.! 8/11 tfnIM WATER COOLIBt$65.00.964.5016.5 gal office horn*. CH/. ... carport. Like W/Stov and refrlg. Will SILL RENT OR SECIUDID SPACIOUS.. IMMACULATE BR. tBA
SUMMER SALE Sept. 1 Itchg 9/01 ACM LOT $4995. $400 type new.. FHA, financing. 964-8429. Itpd 9/01
I BANKERS UPS IS CASUALTY BUILDi" Will also Invest LR Lg. ktchon.M, ream w/flreplece,
through Sept. 15. 10X off down $80 month. Call Itchg 9/01 S3S.SOO. Sacrifice. TRAILER LOT FOR RENT For .
2-car kern. shed 4
Two 6 enc sterege garden
acre 301 mile serege.
COMPANY I I. looking for on
SAUl 'T,50 ...
glassware; 1SX off two((2)career minded people 964-5606.8/11 tfn bale. You pick In field.per -1323. 9/01 toBY onfy.485-1580.9/01 south of Starke. free ....... 10x201 let. $....an .....
tapestry Clothe 21X off. LAWTIY-6' ACRES Septic up. OWNERS Open House on 2tchg 9/01
I-8I3-6B9-8011. 9/01 4tpd SP $62.808.
over 21 to representour 473-3309 otter 9 9/01
Alto bargain throughoutthe company In Storks and and well Installed .scattered 2tpd 9/08 p.m. labor Day.: Two (2) 9/22 HARD TO MUtVE BUT TRUSt S BR, 2 BA brick.
tore. Bryan',This a pine. NE 19th St. off Bedroom houee Both aftcorner ......... .
surrounding area. Excellent FIVE MOOS FOR SAUl JARTRAN' TRUCK & TRAILER LR. DR. K. ... $ ... .
.That lot. RENTAL
Variety Shop Both
comer training program CR-225. $10.900. Financing 782-3481. Itpd 9/01 newly QUIET RITtlAT ON I A*. at 14th St.elf St. Rd.
16 A 301. 964-4029. 9/01 and great Income to .tart. available. ((904)) LARGE STEPPING STONES rmodled. Sacrifice due LOCAL AND ONE WAY le-sVeerd 4 batten ......-.ctIoa. S BR. X BA at-

IM 2tchg9/OB FAMILY YARD SALIt Call Art Robert, collect., 14751005. No Collect for sole. 2.50 .a. to Illness hone 964-S464. RENTALS. .I1-- -. *clove kItchoot. ..........

Hard to find size. 10 12 ((9001). ) 398-5769. Itchg 9/01 Itpd 9/01 964-8199. Coll after 6 p.m. 9/01 tfnme Custom oqulppod-most s_ CHARM AND COMFORT mealy new 1 BR. 2
,OPENING IN SMALL -- Itpd 9/O1 wlth auto transmission BA etwcce In C eer>y Estetes wtradlHene4Hreplewe .
slim| like flaw .Ion.of : ,BUSINESS lot. account: :! ,', 'MOBILE ftPw ALICIA MAY# :Top .., /'gffi7RiCONSTRUCTION) i bucket meats, radio powri 1 1e14MMng 4 a pretty.kndiest.* .
: ,f"lrl. ..ct.'Atltu.curtain hsl4.kOybf..n-eenere/rypl/lae./ *."f* """""*"*.Vii;*f-iaiK>r*"ond rcH/mf bol.. *. .'. La'' I !*1-00-.I"" J- ,'""-''t."niy- '"----.i. ..*.A. Prime food elf ..... ..,. !
glassware' dlhe a much; work. Training on com-' HOMES p "large and .....,. .'Can your Interior. selections.Ml.MO Priced right Moving & packing aids .M A*.. timber. Highland. $100.800.

,........At low price Come puter. Send return to".0. FOR SALEON deliver In troller, load -24 hour road ..rlyc.J.7 days a week 4.71 A. $11.000. Owner finance.
see on W. Market Rd. Drawer A, Starka Fl Square bale; $2.29; VA. FHA CONY. RESERVATIONS CALL" MH '/1 en I ec.. 101. $12.800
32091. Itchg 901CONCESSION Round, $29.00. M.1. Conner CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION .
I Acme took .
'F" St. lwty, $12,880.TOWNHOU1SS
Sign 9-5, a Sot.
I HUP ONI ACES 4 BR, 2 BA Stark 964.5222.9/01 964-4319 NEIGHBORHOOD DEALER.KEN'S .
964-4029. Itpd 9/01 1 . .
WANTED Saturday and Doublewld. Cash or 4tpd 9/22 9/01 tfn .
Sunday. Dependable term. $17.999. Call FRESH SHRIMP for your
B-2. Sofa -4. chair t75 person 1 BR, IV* BA fer$36.M8 model.
; 452 N. .r larger
bar fraaxer. Please call Ave. Stork ,964-4230
to work mack at 4732164. Itpd 901Classified Tempi .
fence charger $29; BWv ftjl,Ban_ .w.serve k.l.l.
Waldo Flea Market. 6-19 284.9755. Green Cove Spr --- -
children a men clothe w/L.tu.es Seth as flrepl ;; screened -
hour weekly. Call for appointment. Ads lnvs. / 4tpd. 922Ciass1fled
Itchg 9/01 .....2255. 9/01 ( ) perch VHIoa will Ita wtlemised to
tfn Get Results AdsGet'Res'ults I suit IwdMdual. -.. ..Adult........will

MOTORCYCLES19711UZU1a .. .; hew a shefR. .lsserd court a revstiewMa.

.- -. (( -----------'l ..

wheel. verier, fairing., if '

backrest and travel trunk. .. !'! .. ...
MIlINISTORAGE Traitor Polo "/lalDelivered m.-----m.--mnnmm" "mmm.mnmmmm.m..mnm. BLAIR PRODUCTS
Only 11.000 mile $979. Sp -. .-
Call 782-3224. 9/01 2tpd AMP4250/ For your skin, your ham*,

9/08 I' AnywhereIn Quattty C & C Mini your health, even your
1981 HONDA CM400TI' Less. Bradford County StorageNow taste bud*. Now available W0IIDrWIng
than 4,000 mile like new Tree Service to you

$1700. Phone 782-3288 473-7683 ... Renting 964-712
. . . . .
after 5 p.m. 1/29 2tpd 9/01 McDoao.. Stwtie "Quatity Work .* -
........Hwy$01 Next 6x12
ISIS HONDA ATC ISSSl a 1 a6If dl'ate" 8x12 10x12 12x18 2" thru 6"

Three PM. 964-5352.wheeler.8/29 Call after 2tchg 6 t Filly UctnKB. ........ Inquire at Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke l'' Fast Rotary

9/01 w 1100 i li 12 Vow Resident Hwy 301 S. 884-6020 Drilling Equip.


New CS 450.! Reg. 1889. Itoito, . . . . .
Now $1236. Curie Suzuki- 96 -7700 '?he One To Call
Kawasaki, Hwy. 301 S.. r Falls" 2ND MORTGAGESAre PUMPS
.. . . .
Starke. 9646020. Itchg 393 N. Tempi Ava./StarkaVernl -..6611Aftxhllli & .a.

P. Odom. Broker- GRI 964-8795 VACUUM New : UsedSalesPartwServicJ
you collecting payment on a real estate mortage -

.....fOII.ALI J. D. Odom. Jr. Associate -< but would prefer to hove a lump sum?'
HAIMV tOO RANCH I let us show you how to convert all or part of your SALE B-Z Terms

Wholesale a Retail TAXI A LOOK Bargain Center, d"'vIt.'l mortgage Into cosh. For detail, call today. "-NEW& USED'We . .

CORO229Grohom4B9173I M you ere boasted In ... 2 !Nth 0'yr0 old ,301 S ,Stark' Plumbing
FInance Our
energy oHIc1oIIt boxes *s> 17 ... with tee many ,964-6679 116 N. Walnut St. Own . . . . .

of fruit town.tfMe t. nem. Call far .....1... 4 MlkM. e** ta-, John Bradley ROYAL New Installation

.fF.COMMERCIAL 964-5010 EUREKAS Remodeling Repairs
Raalti '
rr_ '
1500.00..... B t > HOOVERSELECTROLUX .
Mowing A Tractor e d a* eai pay.) '. PipePlumbing
2 leas 0 A*. (*>
Service 3% A*. Co: ** 1'.000.., Supplies MOO... ft lot 11.1500., FILTER QUEENS ... . . . .
A"&Ivenlng.* .WatarSeftrwrUMN BANK RIP" ')t Cocamer-; SEARS PUMP&SUPPLY I

All Day Saturday Furniture dal pi-rtV?' Hwy 801. COMMERCIALWe

a Sunday Electric Appllanc Block / .. 2, M eq ft.oa all
72-3373 AWAMHOUU e* C.... lI.doII.......n with 9.6"sq. .. FORESTAPARTMENTS repair makes COMPANY I

feet M U.I. Itl. Owner wM prevWe toms term EAUTY SHOP bborber Al Young's ... . .. . .. .

fI...... Shop *k tlni rink, saeo 894 ST.
Marty's'Roofing *LAK OWMVAbedreem. 1 bath bra *n (art* equipment 128.000, 1.Z' 3 BediMm Apt. Since 1S37

M wMi kw a" *.. Qvfot neHn..*rbeed near -2 BB. 2 BA fnum "home From "ISO" to '2'7"' Startee FL.. j

Hy w. .....lit.. tfcewn .by .....atiuset. I on S M.CH/A./ large porch, 984-6918 ,
'tt RANCH STYLI HOMI-2. I k quote Feet with peel utility room ireev Ha* extra SMBMBBrtBOfStirkB .u. . . .6'
All$ types. Roofing .w U*cre*. Hewty.........1 I.T.*bed, "s.2 MpUe task ft power 1130 W. MW.nNo Pfl US 101 9647"1LIMITED

and Repairs, both. *. *..... .......... fenmtl dlnln/ .).rem.' family pole lor tnilrt. $40.000. ..lever. Phone 964.9312

room. Ovorteeh lefc Bwoklye.MIAILV .. .S BR. 8 BA. C/B W'/Iarp/ r ....Mr
Free Estimates NIW ,* ple>u Now ..,.ew MehjlrteHlib ..'d palls CHIAo' nil .

<*".* Od lnetmeet property., lag IDs,. inter eaftner
llcns.dftInsured *1 SOMOOnl MOORS HOMI ant A.*. ............' TIME ONLY

,$27.-. O.-* tor yennsj femHy 1 Cash: Register e.8Pp.RTB31A141DRIEAMs An CONlmONWC A HEATING
,.2 BEDROOM NICK HOkU hi kWlerd en 1... a*. riikUwpeott :.smp .' t
.... 'es the ........,. For. Sa I. \ E
umoN .ise .
whit hems? ( Lek.. -TJ ..-, NEW INSTALLATIONS 3 Dr.. brick vinesr. IM bath, central HAcarport.
475-1271 $46.909.arMENG. ; $3"00it ISA ft. MI Sanpeaa. LeJte \VhirlpoolMMMWtMMMJS \
Roi6&2 "oln 1 both dry mat and carpeting "
DAIRY etery. 4 eat f'r T6X n. ea tool few roan .
..... ... $ (pies) ewre*. 17t."" ., Wank r Same bait t kle en ycur !jot .
i .. rrenl leet, RothOffice ::- ENERGY SAVING UNITS ,
Step A Compare! ,.MING DAIRY,. *. Mr** with 1. 88 .1I.p.: Uvlaf .gasrterssboats. s MASTER LICENSED '. I
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student and of the Baptist faith. years. She was a member of the Carrie L. Laughbaum ,ing a brief IUneaa.' :; a.m.' on 'Saturday, Aug. 27, In the Many tent cards came to visit
Survivors Include her husband P.T.A. and the Keystone Recreational Mrs. Carrie Lee Laughbaum, 82, of Born In Starke, Mr. EdwardSmoved DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with Rev. Morgan, brought gifts and prepared
Timothy Coston of Pensacola; her Association. Mrs. Saenz was also a Lake Santa Fe,Melrose,died Sunday, to this area from Hosford.FL over Leon T. Odom,.Jr. officiating. Burial delicious dishes for our meal times.
parents, Freeman and Rosa Mae former member of the Jaycettes, Aug. 28,at her residence by accidental SI years ago. He was a retired builder was In Prevail Cemetery under the The tint many devoted to babysittingour
Starling 'of Starke; three brothers, Atlanta, Ga. and was one of the drowning.Born and carpenter and was a. member of direction of Jones Funeral Home 814 othar! children Dana and Shane,
Mark R. and Rickie W. Starling both founders of the Bel-Alre Woman's in Drennen, W. Va.K .Mrs Bethel; Baptist Church. E. Nona St., Starke. shall always be remembered.
of Jacksonville, and Robert Starling Club in Miami. Laughbaum was a homemaker.) Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Morgan is now home and he continues
of Starke; and two sisters Brenda S. Survivors Include her husband Survivors Include her brother, Sally Mae McKelvey Edwards!: of Card of Thanks to Improve each week., We are
and Angela Starling both of Starke. Jose "Joe" L. Saen of Keystone Arden B. Dixon of Waldo and a niece, Starke; one IOn, William R. Edwardsof We sincerely appreciate the act* of praying for a complete recovery.
Funeral services' were held Heights; two daughters. Miss Maria Mrs. Shirley Y. Corbin of Unlontown, Atlanta; Ga.; four grandchildrenand kindness shown to us during the recent Please continue to remember us In
Wednesday; Aug. 31.1n Northside Renee Saenz of Gainesville and Miss Ohio. two great grandchildren. illness and hospitalization of our prayer. .
Baptist Church with James Cowart Gabriella Adrienne Saenz of Keystone No local funeral services are planned. Funeral services! were held! at 11 son Morgan. Michael ft Becky Reddish

Lawtey conducting the services. Burial was In Heights; one son, Jose "Joey"two L. Burial will be in Unlontown,Ohio, .... .. .. .. ,.. . ... ... .. ,. .. . .. .
Archie Cemetery Tanner. under Funeral the.Home directionof of Saenz brothers, III, Larry of Keystone D. Colbert Heights of Atlanta; Keystone at a later date.Heights Jones, in Funeral charge Home of ar-, : "p .., "" '-, ".." ", p"- "" ,." ,". .'. ,.. .. ; -. '.. :::.:: ".'::,' ,' ,:. ..: !
Starke.! Ga. and Richard D. Colbert of Knox-
ville,Tenn.; and her mother and stepfather rangements. :
Syble Rae Saenz Mr. and Mrs.Alex J. Kennedyof
Mrs. Syble Rae Saenz 48, of Keystone Heights. Balous Eugene Edwards U + OUT-TfIt1''
Keystone Heights, died Friday Aug. Balous Eugene Edwards, 76, of iLiJ.,
28, in Alachua General Hospital, Rosary services were held on Sunday .Starke, died Wednesday night, Aug.
Gainesville, following an extended il.- Aug. 28, In St. Williams Catholic 24, In Bradford Hospital, Inc. follow-. '
lness. Church. Funeral services were heldat DOOR
Born in Apalachicola, Mrs. Saenz 9:30a.m. on Monday, Aug. 29, in St. EXTRA N'C.T !
moved to Keystone Heights from Williams, with Father Michael 1872 Sq. Ft. 3 BR/2 BA .
Miami over 10 years ago. She was a Williams officiating. Burial was in Brick on Lov.ly 'landscaped,
member of the St. William's Catholic Eliam Cemetery, Melrose, under the f 2 Ac. Fruit tr..., grapa I .
Church, Keystone Heights and had direction of Jones Funeral 'Home, Lg. workthop. Ho mobile I irn Ford TrMck
served as Chairperson for the St. Cypress St. and Hwy. 100, Keystone Homo hook-up or) property i
William's Fashion Show for many ]

Secluded 4.80 Ac. 2 moll SALE
Thurmon J. Cutchins .mobile homo.. Fruit trees,

Receives Honor will grope conilder planted.ailing Owner land 1 1t

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Airman 1st Class Thurmon J. Cut- .."- .
chins, son of Louise Lanier of Marian- NICE 4 SHADY' \
na, Fla., has been named outstanding REALTOR' Corner lot w/2 BR mobile
airman of the quarter for the 325th 1 homo' and paean tr_.. 1984 ;t
Security Police Squadron at TyndallAir JANE USHERYour Within walking dUtanc to a
Force Baser Fla. His wife, An- downtown Lake Butler aschool.
nette, is the daughter of retired Navy ..
Senior Chief Petty Officer William T, Union County Realtor Ranger
and Evelyn Bauldree of Starke. 496-2126 or 496-2903 I ACRESJust
Airman Cutchins was selected for 30 W.Main St.,LAk.Sutl.r1IOACRM off 121 South of Laka *48 mow. 13% APR ;,
professional skill, duty performanceand Butler. Croat building or '
exemplary behavior. mobile homo tlte. With Rebate- 150 cash down :

Cutchins a security specialist, is a pin. Ir_. High a Dry. Includes Tax &
1978 graduate of Marlanna High Mautlful farm located In UNION COUNTY. A mil Tag
School. frontage on NEW RIVIR., 2,000 ft. frontage on$R 2374
110 Acre. wooded. 70 ac... In crap land and coattalbarmuda
a bohla. paitura. I..... far hunting, farmingend .
LAKI SUTLIRRAIFORD campground. Property could ... developed 1 Into 2J. I i
mall aero tract for the Inverter. For more Info.....-, S
Brick 3 BR. lit BA. CH. floe call JANE .. USHER. RIALTOR. tSMALL MLS-AII i
,, Century
Utility rm. garag 1313 ACRE TRACTS I
.q. ft. on 1 oc. $27.900. Many Knell acre tracts available.. throughout Union Realty Inc.- REALTOR II
$1.395 down. Off SR 121 on County.Owner financed,small dawn payment,and 10 259-3892
Slnclora Rd. .. !F.
By year to pay. Wooded and cleared. One Acre to 30 After Hour*Call
17554149. Ev. Acre*. Call Now I Judy Hollay Sale. AIMC.4e .
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Open 9.5 pm Tues.-Fd. Sat. 9.3 pm
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a;. f lb.Chuck Steak 2:1 lb.$ilcod Bacon t .art .
3-3 lb.. Cu -up Pryart 0>> 21' lb. $Sauiaga, ", :: I.. II, '
10 fork Chop. m.69c. )i> tlb.H9mlaak 3r' Check with Clyde, Byron,'Warriey-:Bill lOlroododVcal Tomatoes ''J Chlcke..I""ottl.. ;
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