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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Sept. 23 marks the autumnal solstice when the sun reaches the equator Neww ........ .'. .So.. ..7.12 1 (if T"l
and day: and night are of equal length around the world. Clo.lfl.d.p..., 10.TT; 105th YearSTAitKH.. :, KLUK1OA 25 Cents Copy*

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'i'' $3.5- Million County Approved' at First Public Hearing I




I: With apparent public approval since 110' "ir.te tax- Fire Departments In handling first. response and back" the county's fire control problem more efficiently and Tuesday night has also agreed the EMT-VFD co-op plan
.twyera" attended the first of two public hearings on the at fireII. economically. Mayor Silcox said Tuesday night he thinks'the would be a good thing.
198344 tentative budget the County Commission Proposals will be discussed regarding the participationof time la ripe for some moves to combining: services The hospital currently pays EMT salaries and overheadout
,unanimously approved: the new fiscal ea's $3.S million the Starke fire department In making first response such as fire control radio dispatching for the police of the county funds, and says the rescue service goes
spending bin with one Item still to be negotiated. calls to fringe areas of the city such aa Country Club recreation, and police departments. Those were the top In the red because of bad collections. '
'% Also tentatively approved: was the advertised millage. Estates which presently Is a -man.. land" where file four Items on a list filled out by each city and county com- O'Steen said removal of the EMT staff from its hospital
:levy of 9.537 mill*. protection is concerned. Cooperation of the city would aid'' missioner at the first meeting this spring. base would not affect the hospital's operation of the .
.i 1/'f The issue hanging fire will probably be resolved at a the success of the cop plan,according: to Cliff Chapman;;,. County Clerk Gib Brown also is hoping for some 'emergency room, although the EMT does render some "'
Joint meeting tonight between county and city officials Director of Emergency Services. .%*: .r w-ii cooperative effort for better service. services when needed. The hospital will continue working
regarding the proposed cooperation between the Mayor Vernon Silcox has Indicated that be favors the Bradford Hospital, Inc. administrator C.E. (Rip) with EMT on training and maintaining a competency
Emergency, Medical Technicians (EMTs) and Volunteer cooperative plan and thinks it Is a step toward handling O'Steen, who was present at the county budget hearing level O'Steen said.
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: surance Group that's the choice the Florida Municipal Health Insurance
rt employees of the City of Starke have. Group bid $43.97 for
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Medical costs are rising at about 25 dent coverage,or 130.95 for the.family -
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night Sept. 6. The city had a a good for employee coverage, $82.84 for
loss ratio In the past year, but bad loss dependent coverage, or 124.72 for
ratios the two previous year under family coverage.
Blue Cross-Blue Shield and Following Clerk Tucker's recom-
t. sQ Metropolitan Insurance.Co., said mendation, the council turned the
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11,'..rh Etchart also advised city fathers to Commissioner' Schaefer Clerk
'N1'' %Y'4 investigate a. to how long the rates of Tuckerand Insurance consultant
the Florida-Municipal Health Insurance George Roberts
Group are guaranteed. Sixty Etchart spoke to the council at the
dl4t -days saM Cltyv Cleat!: Neil ..TuckefTreading ; l invitation of Mayor Vernon Silcox; an'
: {f'S r 4 from the bid package. BC-BS Insurance agent himself. Silcox
j rates are guaranteed for a year. wanted the council to understand why
City hall was in a turmoil lastThursday the health insurance rates are goingup
afternoon when employees so rapidly."Thlslltory.

v\\ I suddenly found $9.38 more withheld. just doesn't have a good
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creasing at a dramatic rate, Etchart
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city policy deducting
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month ahead. Tucker
payments a Gainesville hospital $200 per day,
said the additional withholding was
he noted.
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rates, Insurance companies have the
for the Wildcats.. BC-BS. choice of going under or increasing
Ready ; Tucker said the city's insurance
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"I fVWorking? wider a broiling sun In preparation for Friday night's 1983 ,- August 1-8 the squad attended the DCA eheerleadlng. c.mp'.t' Stetson consultant George Roberts was due In rates
'football these 1982-81 Tornado vanity cheerleaders. University. ; his office Wednesday morning to go The state requires health insurance
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I, II a difficult award to receive. "' plan Is beat. The report will then be to pay claims. If a company's
*. At bottom (l-rt Rhonda IIMtcl _, Donna Thornton. Mashelle Brown. Other awards received by the sqand were the outstanding cheering skill 1 given to the city commission then to reserve falls too low the state Dept.of .
I Melaate Weed. back Michelle. StUlwell.\ Kim -. Rhonda Sapp. Diane outstanding jumps and stunts squad. unity award and the best original. cheer the employees. r Insurance pressures a company to
I i 1 Wood and Usa Dukes. award. BC-BS bid on a $200- deductible Increase rates to build the reserve
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:Board i Offers. $1,200; Salary ,_

is reached. Jack Carbone, director of negotiations -
; ,The Bradford County Schoof Board ;;. the Forbes negotiation company and contract until the new. contract takes an The agreement BEA also has presented a proposal for the Florida Education
.r .; presented a tentative counter .;spokesman of the 'school board effect. to establish joint negotiation Association and BEA spokesman for
a i'.- proposal on 'teacher salaries to the negotiating' team, had'not had a .. .The Board presented BEA with a sub-committee with the board on the the negotiating team, said that a subcommittee -
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:c. 't ,g e tY", Bradford 'Education AssociationBEAteacher's 'chance to examine the request so the tentative counter-proposal on the subject of teachers' health insurancein of this type had been
( union> In recent. contract discussion was tabled: until the next salaries. The board's tentative proposal increase the future. The deadline for the proposed established In other counties where he
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Included a $1,200 -
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BEA is particularly concerned with which constitutes about a 10 tions. He said that the battle to have
The :BEA bad proposed raising Insurance was set by BEA in the proposal
salaries.
,q. ,,,,. teachers' salaries by about $2,000 per the salary proposal because unless a percent Increase on has at November IS, 1983, apparently 1 such a joint examination of teacher
: .year in each step; which CODItitUtesaaapproximatelSpercentlncNaae retrOactive"aalary clause Is includedin No decision on the proposals this would not insurance health insurance was hard-won taking -
r the contract the teachers will bepaid ), (been made and both proposals will for the first part of hiss l year.grinning as much as six years In one case.
schedule of the old probably change a great deal before
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.;.. i; st.spen!' I..a.-V overpass for emergency Commissioner Bobby'8iggawhich lesser used roads. When the railroad
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I'IIIOA'f..temlter._ Hospital over Seaboard- want for the overpass?" this year, the city commission.refused -
". MAOtOVD COUNTY KHOOL BOARD* t Coastline railroad tracks In Starke is i"Let's don't get smart now. We'll, Silcox noted.
.'' MoMliHI 7l3O PM ,' I OB the mind of Mayor Vernon talk smart after the meeting if you Plus the state has passed legisla-
Ii, ', Bradford MMdto Schl'.l' main want to," the mayor said, telling his tion requiring upgrading of railroad
: )I Eyeing committal" of some of long-time friend that it wasn't a kid- crossings,which will cost the railroad
,,- LUNCH BUNCH ,Starke's anticipated $113,000 in ding matter.SeaboardCoastline. money. Since the railroad wants to
;t' vini PrmfcvfortaM. ClHinli gasoline taxes to be remitted by Brad- told City fathersan close as many small streets as it canto
Noon 4centi overpass Is In the railroad's five save money this may be an oppor-
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.'4t' "..' r"d'. M, ,.0" County Silcox brought the year plan, Silcox said, but hasn'tmentioned tune time to bargain for the railroad's
o\\c .t gasoline, Mayor
r. .) 'WMONOA' ..._..... H ., )), t14 overpass Issue up again It since. assistance In building an overpass.
,; : ,,;" !." LAWTiir COUNCA: MMTINOji r wr .Tuesday night. Sept. 6. The mayor The railroad wants to close streetsin Silcox said he understands
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I City's 301 AirPort Property Dispute Postponed for Year

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Giving the bid 360( -acre airport back whal-soJevw," says Mayor Vernon Democratic administration of President Instead saying effluent could be put Attorney Brown said when Starke COUNTY niiOMAPHPublish
to the federal government or repay Silcox of the government's demandfor Jimmy Carter called for dump Into Alligator Creek if the treatment officials stated their case for retainIng **! aivery Thurwfcryat
Ing some $1 million condemnation repayment. EPA did ask city officials big waste water from the Starke plant was updated. the airport property, the EPA of 133 W..Call. Street
cost has been fonUUed at least a to have the airport surveyed sewerage treatment plant onto the ficials. asked for a year to study the
year by a trip to Atlanta to talk to of and appraised, says City Attorney airport via pumping It out to the airport This change in federal stance killed matter. Stark. Florida 32091
ficials of the U.S. Environmental Pro Terry Brown. and then spraying it onto the the need for the airport. In mid-1983
tection Agency about the govern- ,. ground<< .. ,. EPA notified Starke It wanted to be City officials now plan 'to use the Second Class postage paid at
ment. The 'airport;' owned by Fred Under the new Republican administration paid for the airport, and entered suit airport property, on IJS-301 south at Starke, FloridaSubscription
Mueller,was condemned in 1978 whenan o of President Ronald to recover the some $1 million the Alligator Creek: Ranch, for a Industrial -
"There 1* no .emergency .NoneOverpass EPA plan .under the former Reagan EPA killed the spray plan&. government has In the airport. development complex. Rates: '
'In-trad area: $10.00 per year .

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:l Outside area: $11 per year

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ment for the proposed electrical problem, and to call aroblecouncil is operational,and that the contractor Homing and Urban Development
(from page 1A) parallel interconnection with Florida member again If the Is 70 percent complete on the$721,000 (HUD '
Seaboard-Coastline Power & Light, including a $56,500 sists. Mayor Silcox apologized to Rev. project.The contractor is about ready '. ; 1
U pursuing the contract with Electric Power' Langer for his having to approach the to move back onto the site to completethe
closing of South Street, beside Engineering Services, Inc., headedby council a second time about the pro Job, said engineer Jim Lucas.
Register Oil Company.
Irving Reedy, to build the control blem. The Birthday PlaceA
Nobody with the mayor'sproposal. .
disagreed system. The purchase includes Approved a 4-Hem public works
But Commissioner Charles $51,071 for a voltage regulator, Was told the aerator' in the project which Is part of the 1963-83:
Schaefer transportation pointed funds out the have anUclapted already (116,743 for 15 KV circuit breakers, digester at the waste treatment plant, grant from the U.S. Department of great birthday starts a.t our store! YouH find
$21,594 for 5 KV metalclad switch need make the celebration
been budgeted by City Clerk Neil ;and $35,332 for switchboards, everything you to
Tucker. "Well, It be uncommitted
can
," the mayor said. cabinets and telemetering equip-' extra-speda1-HaIJmari cards, decorations,

There was a suggestion that the ment.Electrical engineer Howard Sims of partyware, gift wrap and even candles for the

state asked Department to help, of but Transportationbe Mayor Silcox R.W. Beck&: Associates,was presentto cake! Birthday parties are fun easy &.quick!
the bids
to the commission.
explain '
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said DOT would want to build an overpass I
Two more Beck & Co. design and Account Executive
starting downtown and
endingup planning in Starke this
engineers
are ((904) 3781288'Ttfrar
at Alligator Creek
thereby runn- week and will be in and out of the
ing the cost way up. Biggs said an .
power plant working on the project
would need
overpass approaches. Silcox somes inking Beck explained to the council as he Introduced ,
the two men.
of an overpass emergency vehicleuse I.
only, not a highway. Promised action to atop telephone BusineWalt ?
There Is an underpass under the
railroad back of McDonald's but it Is Installation contractors from parking Care Need Is d 3
equipment on the sidewalk on SR-18
unpaved and very narrow, said Com
west. Rev.
Warren who
missioner Schaefer. A fire truck can Langer approached
barely get through it, he noted.In about the equipment the council making a month it unsafe ago My Oiity Business
other Sept. 8 action, the city
for students to walk to school
council: young I do one thing and I do"it right So put me to
without going out on the street'
was work for and get the expertise -
your company
Approved bids on$221,000 of equip- told the council will take care of the N
of health for
care specialists your company "
individual needs, plus the security of
I Local Square Dancers to ReorganizeAn a solid insurance company-Blue Cross and

u Blue Shield of Florida,
organizational meeting for the Anyone interested in square dancing Give me a can today and your company "'-
coming year and a dance is set next is invited both those wishing to learn .
Thursday, Sept. 15, at 8 p.m. at the square dancing and former class can start enjoying complete health care protection
Starke Masonic Lodge at East Call members.If tomorrow-from Blue Cross and Blue and Orange Streets by the Strawberry unable to attend, contact Club Shield of Florida Ellueao.
Swingers, the 1 local square dance President Curtis Edwards, phone the health carespecialists. I Blue. ShIaIcI!
club. 473-3695, or Secretary-Treasurer.Nor- -
Caller will be Jim Duncan, principal man Redding, phone 864-7561. w
of Bradford High School who In U sufficient Interest is shown, the The Office Shop .
recent years has been acquiring experience Strawberry Swingers will again plan Ikke A Closer Look..' ir
as a square dance caller. regular dances. But, in consideration At Row Crow and Hue Shield of Florida. 110 W. Call ,- 964.5764
Those attending will plan dances of the caller, the club will not begin
and classes for the coming year. dances and classes without sufficient -
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Hunt Conducted For Hay ProducersA

list of livestock producers who in order to be placed on the hilL Producers
raise hay and persons who have hay in the Brooker or Waldo areas
for sale is being compiled by the local are asked to phone 375-0206,extension
office of the federal Agriculture &: 214, for the ASCS office in the Alachua
: Stabilization Service, according to County courthouse.
Warren Carver ASCS officer here. Carver thinks this list is being compiled
Such asked for national distribution due to'
producers are the '
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Bradford County School Board met at two more schools to discuss the about$3,000.00.Next discuss funding.
need of the district with parents,teachers and administrators. on the list WM a *'' 'for'.500.00 for band equipment. McKinney A special meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Sept. 8 at the school board
The meetings are a part of the board's budget workshops on capital outlay said that there were two tubas available from the University of Florida in like meeting room on Temple Ave. tt
one of the four budgets that are prepared for the district each year. new condition for$550 apiece. The instruments are supposedly surplus since
U Of F had Just bought a set.of new instruments. Other upcoming meetings are: 1
A $1,700.00 lump sum item for classroom furniture was asked for to begin
Brooker ElementaryThe replacing some of the furniture which has been on hand since the school was Monday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m. In the Bradford High School library.
opened. Also included is money to be used to purchase locking storage
board met at Brooker Elementary with Principal Wayne McLeod cabinets so each classroom can have some'secure storage According to Thursday, Sept. IS,a work session on the budget. will be held in the school
before the largest crowd they have seen at one of these meetings. Chairman McKinney, this la a continuation of a program started several years ago, board meeting room on Temple Ave. at 7 p.m.
Rodney Hall said"We like to see community involvement in schools.Brooker where some items are purchased each year on a long range plan.'
Is known for being concerned about their community and for getting in there The continuing problem of the heating and air-conditioningtem was Thursday,Sept. 15 the final public hearing on the budget will be held at 8
and getting things done." touched on by Casey when he solicited comments from school represen p.m. in the school board meeting room on Temple Ave.
The main concern voiced by the parents and teachers present was the need tatives'. George Loper Bald the system In the gym still had some problems,
for a new cafeteria.;.Everyone, the board included, agreed that the old one but the heating system still needed some work.. Asst. Principal Bill McRae Monday, Sept. 19, the board will hold Its regular meeting in the school
needed replacing. McLeod had given a round estimate of 100,000 because according stated there "Still Is great variation between sections of the building. When board meeting room on Temple Ave. at 7 p.m.
to Superintendent Tom Casey,if a project like this was under$100,000 the roundhouse Is 100 percent workable, it's reasonable. During the winter
they could use day labor instead of contracting.'In other words the board some of the rooms will be near 80 while right down the hall It will be 80."
would act as its own contractor and hire the workers buy materials and Stating the boards policy was J.T. Fairish who said that they wanted every
oversee the work. classroom In the county to have an Individualized heating and cooling! system PoulanPRO
.. Casey said he felt if they could do the project by day labor they could keep He asked them if the school could live with the system until it could be replac-
it at 100000. -
,j The board could not promise the people that the cafeteria would be built ed.With the clock system In the middle school wearing-out, it was found to be 3700 BOW SAW
t I' :because the budget has yet to be finalized, but Casey told them that this year much cheaper and convenient replace the master clock system with In-
;."Is the most logical time to do a project of this nature"with the extra funding dividual clocks. Electric clocks can be purchased. for about$.8.00 each accor-
1 i that has come in. ding to Lennard Register.
He pointed out that some of the funds were earmarked for certain things Heading the food service portion of the list were a walk-in freezer. and. a BUilT. FOR THETOUGHJOF.a.a
such as a computer program for students, but some of the funds were walk-in refrigerator, totalling$$8,01)0.00.)
.I{ available to be used in capital outlay. The board said they would do
',everything possible to get the cafeteria built. Board Member J.T. Parrish
said he would The next portion of the budgetting process Is scheduled for Thursday Sept.
be fighting for the project all the way since Brooker Is In his
,. district 8, at Hampton Elementary at 7: p.m., when Hampton has its chance to
Other discussion concerned repairs of the old cafeteria for this year. The
.. dishwasher Is In for repair! and one of the deep fat fryers is not operational.
.. ,The board asked if the cafeteria could continue to serve on paper plates as the BH RHsi BBBIBBBBBI BI
other schools: do, to save on the expense of operating the dishwasher. No ob-
',,:Jection was made to this at al.r .
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Middle School .". -'RSave

Middle School Principal Dewey McKInney gave to the Bradford County & Dr. John Cienki .,.. $200.00
School Board his want list on Tuesday,September 8th. Hoping to get the most :1b I / J
he can from the board, the principal urged them to fund, what was on his .
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Heading the summary of the most critical capital outlay needs for the mid- -
dle school was a new piano for the chorus program. Indicating the old piano
was not worth tuning, McKinney asked for funds to purchase a new one for opening of their BUT PRICED EASY!

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PUBLIC' NOTICE



BUDGET HEARING ON Budget HearingFor


FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING

I 1 1i City of StarkeThe

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." "' city council will hold a public budget hearing on
The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners wjll hold

S, a public hearing at 8:00: p.m.on Monday, September 19, 1983 in September 20 at 7:00 p.m. City Hall. All citizens (especially -

the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, ,Florida; for the purpose of senior citizens' ) are invited to attend and provide the

hearing written and oral' comment for the public concerning the council with written and oral comments and ask questions

proposed annual budget for the fiscal year of 1983-84 and the use
concerning the city's entire proposed budget and the rela-
t of Federal Revenue Sharing Funds as contained in that proposed

i budget, summarized below. tionship of Revenue Sharing funds to that budget. The en-

I All Interested citizens, groups, senior citizens and organizations tire proposed budget, a statement on the proposed uses of

representing the interests of senior citizens are encouraged to Revenue Sharing 'funds, and the proposed General Fund

attend and to submit comments. budget summarized below can be inspected by the public I


BRADFORD COUNTY FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS from 8:00: a.m. until 5:00: p.m. Monday through Friday in

'S; SUMMARY OF PROPOSED 1983.84 BUDGET the city clerk's office, City Hal.|

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Proposed Annual Budget
Activity Amount Allocated
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: taw Library Book and Material I ; 2,000.00Bradford J .

: : County Jail .S' ; ; 147,576.00 REVENUE SOURCE ,General Revenue TOTAL

County Jail Repairs and Maintenance. .M\ . 12,000.00 '. :Fund Sharing

r County Insurance and ,Bonds . J.t '.. -,' . 38,000.00 .

,.. County:Bulldfng and Repairs : .' .' :''. 't{Y M.) I . 10,000.00 Taxes .,. .. '.. a .. . '.a n .. a ,581500. 581500

County New Equipment over $100.00,*,, : .. . 10,000.00 Licenses & Permits .. . . 25000' 25000
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Medicine/Doctors Vendors Fees '.'1'h' : . 6,000.00 Federal Grants . . . : i- 0000; 0000

-,"Computer,Cost Allocation . . ". . 14,000.00 State Grants, . .A'. .-::.'.. .' ... 268289 ;"I"" 266289

:'::;:'.' ? Computer'Interest and Princ.,Allocation"' '. . 27,179.00 County Grants .: : .'1.. '. ':12700 12700
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,. iI'r. 12000.00 for Services ... . ./. 150000 150000
": Reserve. for Contingency' . .. .,.. .. Charges '
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,I.. ";'", ''l TOTAL:.BUDGET! PROPOSED. FOR 1983-84 ., .. $278,755.oo Other Revenues ., .S.--' ,,: 63240 63240

., Transfers from other funds e . : 94735 94735
;.w. entitlement est '. ;7t 77563 77563
Revenue sharing ( ) i II
: ,A,copyof.this informatin, the entire proposed budget and additional -
,
Unappropriated revenue sharing (est) l ;: 36895 36895
?background materials are available for' public Inspection
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.1 "hfrom 8:00 a.fnr./ : to 5 pm.;! .weekdays at 'theClerk: ''I Finance Depart- TOTAL 1193464 114458. 1307922

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: <"':"" '! I I ;'J. 'V' 'j\ .",;" 1/ Pubic Safety u. t' ... '. .. . 498191 3750 501941
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Gilbert ; ., & Welfare ,, '" 159866 16783 17664
Health .:. ,
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Public Transportation, .. '.. ,.. ., A r ". 152148 _37800 _189948
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Source of Toxic Waste .



A Gainesville environmental consul- The Florida Times-Union points out,

tant told members of a Starke civic club that In past yean poisons in many

last week that "landfills are the time forms were "disposed of" simply by be-

bomb of the future." Apparently ing buried underground. The thinkingbehind

Florida has paid only' portion of the that technique was that such

'debt 'It owes for misue of its natural poisons were no longer a hazard: once

resources (especially water) in the past they seeped a few feet below the sur-
Now the chickens are coming face. Now the error of such thinking is ,."' ,
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years.
home to roost in the form of insufficientand grimly. evident. 'aOtbe; CL.seb. W".1M, <-u T I1I t4 'rp,.W.tdo nau..wvitaa, pt,1o

contaminated water supplies.The Finally alerted to the danger the 1984

I.O.U. owed by mankind for Florida Legislature passed a stringent .A
water resources protection bill, a r w
abuse of natural resources is so great r.
that it cannot be paid by the present measure that will help reduce instancesof .

generation of users, but must be passedon water pollution in the future whereit ; t
to future generations. is not already too late. But no law,
however tough, can undo abuses of the
Jacksonville newspapers have past without the expenditure of billionsof
reported the pollution of wells along dollars.

Hipps Road as the result of a landfill
How much easier and less expensiveit
,operated in the area years ago so long
would be to prevent unauthorized V
ago that no one remembers what was
dumped there or who dumped it. 'The dumping at landfills and illegal

little town of Fairbanks north of disposals of toxic wastes before they

Gainesville has had a similar experience become "the time bomb of the future.'

with toxic wastes, dumped by Monitoring wells have recently been

;;the Department of Transportation placed at the Clay County landfill on

.many years. ago which have finally Highway 16, Just east of Camp Blan-

iseeped into underground sources of ding. we will eagerly await results of All Photographs from Collection' ef

:drinking water. The Hipps Road landfill this testing, for who knows what toxic Mrs. Settee DeSha Waldo Historian

!Vitas been placed on the EPA's list to materials may have been dumped at .

[receive help from the "Superfund," $1.6 Band in the hectic days of Camp Once Railroad Town
billion appropriated by the Federal peak occupation during a Thriving ,

.government to clean up toxic wastes. World War II?

I Waldo Is Now Noted for Hot PoliticsWhat


I And Speaking of Waste

kind of image does the name owned an orange grove and grape
"Waldo" In 1883 a book "Eden o/the South, was ,
conjure in mind?
up your .
In GovernmentJust published, giving e more detailed write-up vineyard.Dr.
In recent years if you read the of the town which had a population of 500 at M.A. Cushing of Massachusettes arrived -
newspapers and listen to "street talk" you that time. In Waldo In 1871 and purchased 40

might envisage a typical Florida "speedtrap" ."The business of the town faces acres swampland. Using only sin axe,
in think is $1,000,000 to study merit incen portion
case you your money pay town, enhanced by several antique the line of railroad about grub-hoe, and other hand&took be and bill .
>eing spent wisely in Tallahassee, here tives. Now the only problem is to finds stores,and "dehanced"by a squabbling' city dozen stores several i boarding comprising houses and a helpers cleared the land, and planted
a list of just a few expenditures government employees who are worth council and mayor who are constantly
-hotels. Including the Waldo and Sunnyslde orange, peach, pear plum, penunmon.
authorized by the 1983 Legislature: what they're being paid already. Irate being constituents.subject to "recall" threats by. their houses, a carriage manufactory and lemon, and date trees; also grape vines

blacksmith shop, a wheelwright shop cotton and tea plants.
$110,000 for an Auctioneer Council. $25,000 to study "kick boxingg Now But Waldo was not always thus. It was gin and grist mill, three sawmills two
3$ Going, Going, Gone! how about a Commission to explain kick once a thriving "railroad town" on the school houses, five churches (Baptist, and H.H. and bought Thomas 58 D. Williams of father

.$500,000 to build bleachers for the boxing to those of us who thought boxers main line of the Transit Railroad (now the Presbyterian, Methodist, Episcopal: and Alto son for$500 In 1880.A .acres: land on Lake
Seaboard-Coastline) at the of the
,
used fists? Junction Congregational) a newspaper, express *
Miami Grand-Prix Auto Race. What Peninsula Railroad and the western terminus and telegraph office, a dally mail in four news story of the time reported: "Mrs.
about, those- 'needed new school .. ..$$2.500.000 golf,course-for, ..' of the Santa Fe Canal.The canal offered ''different directions. and a. money-order .Deshay (now spelled DeSba) Is a widow
uildings?: '' '.: '. : the Florida Presumall: ': : at''Chat:, 'steamboat transportation. postoffice. Also a lArge cigar m .J'ulaI-1t' l'and native, W. Florida.l'living about. mite ,
tahoochee ly to t>e used by' palllleftgera..an". //cjtrus from. Melrose to lory, employing some 30 to 40 hands." from town: fine caught the orang*'fever
$100,000 for a porch at the Waldo of the business each some and trees
glassed-in Regardless man was years ago planted but her
voted
who for this bill.
Jovernor's mansion. No comment. the Legislators The Santa Fe Canal Co. office was in, he also owned an orange grove as a husband scoffed at her foolishness and
This is by no means an exhaustive list located in Waldo with Ned E. Farrell as sideline.Dr. plowed them up to make room for cotton,
$11,000,000 in a hold-harmless univerof agree- such dollar-folly in Tallahassee, but it engineer and superintendent. It was also a Ambrose, of the firm Raulerson most otherwise extensive she would have had one of the
jrnent to community colleges and groves In the She
is enough to deliver the message. lay-overpoint for train crews, who con- Ambrose, was the only one to lay claim to vicinity.
amities for over-estimation of students in tributed to the general prosperity of the a peat-free grove. He concocted his own house managed to save a few trees around the '
attendance.;; That's mighty expensive As one more conscientious legislator town. Waldo even had a weekly newspaper "pesticide" consisting of a mixture of ammonia Their golden and they fruit now tower above the roof.
convinced at one time edited by J.B. Johnson, who and kerosene with which he yields her an annual income
Sover-estimating, if you ask us. put it: "I remain that by soap that places her above
; sound and better administration was also school principal during the five washed down his trees. Another wash used want"The
management -
:S: *$30 million to $60 million to fund winter months of the school term. successfully was made of soft soap, car 1888 Alachua County Immigration
would not be able.positions.
:agencies for authorized but unfilled we only bolic acid, and slack lime. Assn. pamphlet said, "A cold storage
to forego additional tax increases but We are Indebted to Brooker native Barbara warehouse la now being constructed at a
Oh well, perhaps it's just as Dr.L.Renault. a physician
that could fund needed structural Foster Gainesville Sun buff surgeon cost of about$50,000. The
we history railroad is being
all from
Paris France lived about half
swell NOT to have those bureaucrats a mile
; and in the who has done considerable research on the built from Macon Ga. to Palatka and will
operational changes delivery
from Waldo, where he carried on his
around even if they are being "funded. early days of Waldo and came up with the practice Waldo giving the town and
through
of education, highway safety, and many' and; kept an apothecary.tore..J. alsoDuring pass "
following interesting facts derived from \ transportation line
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: for the Miss
$50,000 Teenage other areas of more vital concern.
the Civil War
old newspapers ana other publications of Camp Baker was
The
following
.America Contest. Isn't this located news items were written
the time. near Waldo, and the legendary
In the meanwhile keep butting by the Waldo
: against Tiny Tot your Confederate hero, Capt. Jonathan rDickison. correspondent to the
'liiscriminatiMiss PreTeenAMiss and head against the wall you. generous taxpayers had his headquarters in that Gainesville Sun In September logo:
Allen Morris I. In his book, "Florida Place
Ferguson's Hall
you area. gave a ball for the
Mss College-Age America? Name,"says the town was named around young folks with Baisden's
t 1850 for Dr. Benjamin Waldo, a prominentlocal The "Weekly Bee "an early Gainesville Starke supplying the music. Band from
physician: The first post office was newspaper, gives a brief description of the .
I The Summer of '83 established on August S, 1858, a year later town at that time A prominent young social belle here I Is
than Starke's post office was authorized. There were large residences, handsome booked for a trip to the state of matrimony
Both towns were growing at the time due business houses, two hotels in September The Flag of the Lone Star
several
to the completion of the Atlantic to Gulf state Ia the eacendent: in this case, and the
with private boarding houses aDd
si There used to be a song about "those nome the garden choked weeds, railroad. called "1'h. Cracll.r." a newspaper Weldo boys are hanging their harps upon
lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer." paint cracking everywhere the wife the wWow.

;Well the summer of 1983 was hazy, all asks with mock good cheer "How many ., .
right but it was due to a temperature did you catch this time?" -. I
Co ty'Agent's Notebook Taylor
inversion that kept dust and fog, We could advise the Journal writer T., -- & &my Agent*

wollutants: and hot, humid air close to that the fish were all hunting a deep .

the earth, sending the mercury soaring cool spot, and trying to find a place September should be a busy month for or average cows should be ....
tft the high 90s for more days. than we where the heat had not depleted the ox- cattlemen. They should finish hay harvest sold. removed and and feeding plans so that needed,.
like to remember. 'couldn'tbreathe. and make plans for planting winter P3Deed8 can be made before supplies
ygen so much the poor'things September or October Is a good time to prices rise.
pastures. deworm the cow herd if Internal parasites
.:There was nothing lazy about this Winter pastures are rye, ryegrass'and nave been a problem. Worms and other It'. Dot too early to determine bull
jommer because heat-sufferers were Many years ago the late Cole Porter legumes like clover,lupine or alfalfa. The parasites can provide a lot of stress to cattle 'replacement needs for the next breeding
IJfcpt busy fanning themselves or mov- wrote a song lyric with the line "Mad small grains are excellent for late winter especially when feed and nutrition are' .-- Bettor bulls are sold early, so you
8 g from one place to another seeking aKit dogs and Englishmen go out in the mid- and early spring grazing, but they are expensive low. This is the case In some herds during determine need to start checking with breeders to
< availability of quality animals.
and
crops to grow must be managed the winter months when grazing and other
of shade for relief from the heat. day sun... properly to be economical.To feedstuffs are short and expensive.You It's always better to buy bulls direct front r{

3 But the heat wasn't confined to But even a mad dog would have clover the breeder rather than from auction
just me, or another legume Is a should review your winter feed sup. rings.
the Sun Belt as states below the MasonDixon sought the shelter of a shade tree duringthe must In the pasture program u the cattlemen t
line have come to be known.Event summer of '83. As for Englishmen has land suitable for Its growth.

e usually cool Wall Street Journal was we're not qualified to speak. Soil Good must clover be tested doesn't and Just limed happen to a pH Though.of 6.2 Forestry in Bradford County I

sweating along with the rest of us, and Goodbye, Summer of 83 and good. to 7.0 .ndr.roper.-llng and fertilization ..
f& editorial writer suggested that someone riddance! are a f

come' out with a T-shirt pro- Clover Is an economical crop. It not only Bradford By David County W.Norton Forester that Another hazard of natural reseeding iii I
aiming "I Survived Summer, 1983."' provides good grazing at a critical time of land once bare the seed has fallen. If it doesn't .1 1
on dirt It will
Editorial Policy year, but it also produces nitrogen for spring not germinate.Annual
"Sin an editorial on the subject,, the As required by law. and In the interest of fair and summer grass growth. This Is Recently I have been writing'about making prescribed burning of a seed-tree 1
area must continue
/Journal writer opined "All over aM objective coverage .f editorial material submitted possible with a cheaper fertilization program use of natural reaeeding to regenerate'' Und until a reasonable) 1
America men women and children by this aewspaper, particularly as It .,. than with,a straight grass-small. an area for pines.This Is not a "Christmas. back seedlings competing brush exist Burning destroy can keep'! ,

enslaved most of the year to their lobs, files to Letters to the Editor the following policy grain program. J.,, present" type proposition. debris and scarify the soil for a seed longing SoHJ' "" jl
kitchens, and classrooms are, for a will be followed without variation. Letters to the We have a good bulletin on clover pro Natural reseeding Is by far cheaper than the Division of Forestry can assist'you'with
few measly weeks free at last to swim Editor must be originals they mast be dated. and duction that is a good guide to establishment planting a stand of young seedlings but any of these Items, please. feel free to': '
signed by the writer who mast Include his address and maintenance of clover. Call or reseeding Is not without its problems. us. Wood .is good, ... .
sjjil fish read and romance..But which be subject to Contact grow pins 1
rap and tefevboM number may come by our office If you are Interested .
the remaining trees : ,
following
ifpt if you lived through the summer of verification before prtetlag. These requirementsare and need a copy of the bulletin-, Leaving seed a .. ; ,
timber sale to or '-
the result of Florida Statutes ".13, and are grow your next 1 1T'e
, 83; crucified on a daily cross of hot, applicable without choice.) Ne xerexed copies ef There are several! other things that the stand of trees la a big mistake.Unless you
ijSmid, dead, disgusting air. letters will be accepted unless the writer cattleman should do In September. have made specific plans to leave good '
any Mineral and salt feeders should be check- quality seed trees you shoal \forget about :
'Fishing'has been dead signs User her name.In..11.and Includes the address -
a complete
and pkoa ........ Content must pass the .ed and kept full and fresh at all times natural regeneration. If you allow helter- ... .
leis because when the temperature and editorial' department's standard ef good taste, be .especially when grazing becomes scarce. skelter timber cutting on your property I I

tumidity rise, the fish have troublebjreathing confined to a reasonable length, and may be Pastures should be checked: for mole you will get just what you bargained V'iktrgIG' Z 11"1' II I
and don't bite even the most limited to two (S) from each Individual per month crickets, grasshoapers, and armywonna.Treat for..... mess. '
c&lectable worm. Then when you get at the editor's dlscretloa. ; '. pastures win the proper Insecticideas If you !have and see was",
soon as a problem is found. walk out to the area what
a Dust bags of tackrubbers for homfliesand and try to figure out why.Take s good look .
at those trees and what you'll find are
face flies should be.checked. Make formed, low quality, undesirable
i poorly
sure and workIng
they are properly charged -
these trees to -
fork.Allow grow or seed and "
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S.rl.s Dr..,John.nt at* Spiritual'BorglartdPr M.th. ChurchDr. Jamil Chariot Crosby McCullough, r ; Social Side Of The News !

Engagement Told

John Bergland who held a four- Mrs. Gladys Mooty Society Editor 964-7608
day spiritual renewal series In 1981 Is Annie R. Brown of High Springs -
returning to First United Methodist wishes to announce the ap
Church for a special four-day series preaching: marriage. of her daughter, I
based on.. the theme, "Tell Me What Jam e s. Crosby, to Charles Mc- I -
To Expect. Cullough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Dr. Bergland will be McCullough of Hampton.
leading the
The wedding will take The E.W. Crawford
11:00: a.m. service :
on Sunday and
evening services at 7:30 p.m Besides day,Sept 27,at 8 p.m, at ticehomme of Civ Rharsal Dinner j
the I
the services, Dr. Bergland will be Hampton groom's with nephew; Roy Hart In BIRTHS
conducting a special salad luncheon No local Invitations reception following. Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Crawford of
Bible Study Tuesday September 13 at and an Wends and relatives are being sent Kingsley Lake were hosts at a rehearsal
are cordlally -
noon. invited. dinner Aug. 11 for their son:!, Van. ri .1
Along with the services, there will Douglas and his bride-elect, Karen
be special mu Including Sunday Sue Crawford, who were married Christopher David Slice
evening, Youth Choir; Monday, St. Mark's Wom.n August 12. -
Starke Repertory Chorale; Tuesday, To Meet The dinner was held at the Western Mr. and Mrs. David Silcox of Lake
University United Methodist Hand.' S.pt. 13 Steer Steak House following the wed- City announce the birth of a son,:
bell Choir; and Wednesday, .'.dull Stacey McLendon ding rehearsal. Special desserts were Christopher David born Aug. 20.
Choir. Dr. Bergland has been a professor Women of St. Mark's Episcopal prepared and served by Mrs. Jimmy'K. iitiiSte. Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
of preaching at Duke University Church will meet Tuesday, Sept 13, Smith. Mrs. Noel Hill and maternal great
and has preached throughout the at 7:30 p.m. ill the Parish House. The U-shaped dinner table was grandmother Mrs.Louise Luman,all
country. covered with white lace cloths. The of Tampa. Paternal grandparents are
'. Stacy McLondon head table was centered with laven- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox and
'Woman's dub Earns DUtlnguUhe dar silk, floral arrangement with paternal great grandmother Is Mrs.;.
'n wo Spoakors For Student Award silver candelabras, greenery and George Roberta, Sr., all of Starke. <
':'i:',union P.B.Church .Meeting S.pt. 14 ..".Ap: tables lavendar and white mums on the side

The Starke Woman'lI Club Win Stacey McLendon daughter of the Honored guests Joining the bridal
Elder Ronald Lawrence of Lythia, the first fan luncheon hold* late James McLendon and Ann couple and their attendants were the ....IImttb!
Fla,'will be guest speaker at Union meeting on McLendon of Blowing Rock N.C.,has
Wednesday,Sept. 1" at grandparents of the bride, Mr. and
11; at the
noon
Primitive Baptist Church Sept. 14 Iub house. been selected to represent tie Patterson through 17. There willl be services on School in the Society of Rev. and Mrs. Norman Redding, officiating -
Saturday night and Sunday Sept. 18, Distinguished American High School o minister. Stefani. Smith
at 10:30: a.m. Everyone Is invited to Students. She Is the granddaughter of By special request Kevin Meet. sang Contestant -
come and worship with us. Union Mr. and .Mrs. R.P. McLendon: of "One Hand,One Heart"accompanied Teenager _. 1
Church Is located on CR-233 known as Guardian Ad Lltem Starke. by Cindy Canova. i ,
Morgan Road,about IVi miles.west of The announcement was made byL.B. The honored couple'presented gifts Miss Stefanle Smith was crowned
Hwy. 16. Training Session Planned .Siegelman, executive director of to their attendants and gave cards of the 1983-84 Miss Jacksonville
Elder Lassere Bradley, Jr. from the organization, which I IB the most appreciation to their parents and Teenager at the Civic Auditorium, '' 1."t:
Cincinnati, Ohio, will, be guest The Guardian.Ad Litem program'will prominent high school honor society grandparents.CLARK'S. Jacksonville, Aug. 14. i
speaker at Union P.B. Church Thurs hold a training session for In the U.S., and Includes only those ,
day night Sept. 29. volunteers Thursday and Friday, students who have demonstrated -' ; .
Sept. 15 & 16 from 9 a.m. t114:90p.m. academic excellence, participation In Miss Smith will represent North ..', ;". : j
Both of the meetings will be held In civic affairs, or leadership In extracurricular HALLMARK SHOP Florida in the annual Miss Teen All-' Mr. It Mrs. David Hodges
Bradford County the Bradford County, Courthouse. / activities. .d_....Rd. Next to Bradford M- American in Miami Beach this October -' i
Anyone Interested in where she will be competing: .
participating in Her membership will be announced \.
S.nlor Cltlzons Club' the program, please cad\ Judge officially in the 1983 edition of the with approximately 75 other young QUESTION: }.
George.Pierce's office: 964- 28q. Society's Membership Registry. Her St. Mark's Choir .women from across the nation In these uncertain times ,
All officers and members of the
school will be
club wish to express their thanks to high featured in this biography volumealong with Dinner PartyThe what can Insurance) do for

St. Mark's Episcopal Church for the those of other outstanding young Stefa ole is a freshman at Fort my future? i
I use of their Parish House through the Lunch Bunch achievers. The Society' goal is to members of St. Mark's choir Caroline Jr. High School, Jackson
months of June, July and August. and Fr. Arthur Lee were entertainedat
provide positive recognition of the ville. She is an accomplished model i
The next meeting will be held Sept. 'To Meet,Sept. 9 students while offering them incen-. a dinner party last Thursdsay night and has studied dance since she was 3 ANSWER:
13. A brown bag lunch at noon, then a tive to continue toStacey's excel. by the choir director,Mrs.J.B. Green years old. Fourteen years old, Life I Insurance is one i
short business meeting followed by an, The Presbyterian Lunch Bunch will father,formerly of Starke, and Mr. Green. Stefanle Is the daughter of Martha safeguard for you and your l'
auction. All proceeds will go to the have a covered dish lunch Friday, 'was the author several best selling New music from the Choir Commission and Floyd Smith of Jacksonville and'
club for entertainment for the I Sept. 9 at 12 noon at the church novels, including "Dtathvaork" and was practiced following the din the granddaughter of the late Mrs., family. Life Insurance gives

members. recreation hall. "Eddie Macon'f,Run". ner. Bessie Wlnkler of Starke. you an estate which can be "
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Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen of were: first-Charlie and Betty Riddle: Edwards Rd.Nut to Bradford to,. find the life Insurance plan ;

Mr. and Mrs.3.S.Walker of Savan, Mrs. L.H. Gibson and Mrs Levon Naples were Saturday overnight second-Jack and Louise Burnette andtietng that best fits your ne ds.
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J.H. Moncrlef. and Mrs. Herbert Green spent Mr. and Mrs George W. Brown were: tint-Evelyn Griffin and Lillian Pastor George'Watson and
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Rival Baker High will visit and we should be able to pick up their' AYI
Bradford High L Stadium this Friday stunts."
night Sept. 9 for the 82nd meeting of Game Facts "We have been experimenting! with
the two football teams. what people are going to play. what
The Wildcat are expected by the positions, says Simpkins. .
BHS Staff to be one of the Game SUet Bradford High
: Coaching teams that will be Stadium Friday 8 p.m.. At present the line up should s*.
faced this seasons Season Records Season opener for Tommy Parker moving around at,
both, last year: BHS 3-7. Baker 4-6. both guard positions, along with I?
"Macclenny it always good and it 1 Ia Series History BHS 28 wins, Baker Carry Frounfelter and Billy Rehburg. f'ar
usually a close game. I don't see 2, 1 tie.Last. Donald Thornton and Sam Tyson } ;
anything different for this year," Meeting Bradford won 3-0 on will be playing the tackle spots and
,notes Head BUS Coach David! Hum a field goal by John David Francis.He Tommy Johnson will anchor the line 1
at center.
The contest usually draws a capacity 4

crowd and Baker followers are in la a very good athlete and Is "If there is anything negative to say
abundance. Hurse recommends to all another team leader according to the about the offensive fine, it is still a
students planning on attending to arrive report. lack of aggression," noted Slmpklns.
early and gets seats, or they will Having to counter the Baker running "We didn't see any In the jamboree,
probably be filled by Wildcat fans. attack will be a somewhat unex but we have added drills In an effortto
Baker has a balanced game of running perlenced BHS defensive line. "We create aggression.! "
and passing with an average of have been working on the game plan
10-15 throws per game. "They have for Macclenny and I feel like we will ,"To win we are going to have to'
aCkr3'and:: real fine speed in the be ready to play,"says defensive line play like we did last year. The right
wide-outs," com- ,Coach Mike Sexton. people in the right places,?! says --- .
mented Hurse. "Our defensive schemes should put Coach Mike Hartley of the BUS keeon. .
Horse noted that BHS has suffered our players in the right position but dary. Brick Wall....
some key injuries in the Jamboree wether they make the play is "We are going to have to do a good BUS
nraalngback Oliver Tyson runs head on Into a Augustine and the second 134 to ratatfca. .
last Friday night. "Hopefully we can something else," added Sexton. job of containing their speed It only
tough St.Augustine defensive line nowhere during This Friday night the Tornadoes will host rival Baker I'
overcome them before the Macclenny. "When it comes down to It, it's up to takes one play to score" notes footbaU
the first
of the Fall
period
the Individual." Jamboree In County beginning at 8 p.m.. This will be the 31 meetingof .
game. Hartley. J'They can score barn bam. Palatka last Friday night. the two teams
Leading the Baker offense will be Baker has good size on the front barn, and they are very exploei've." BUS lost In both quarters of play, the first 144 to SI. .' ,
sophomore Danny Jones at S'll and lines. Offensive and defensive tackle -.
165 pounds. Jones started most of the Jeff Gaskins will anchor down the
season for the Wildcats as a ninth lines. 3BIQQAYSI
grader. Senior Gaskins, 6'1 and 210 pounds,
The scouting report indicates that is supposed to be quick for his size 1c'UIEALEI vJ'
Jones runs and throws well and is a blocks good and stays low, according Thursday,
good team leader. to the scouting report.
Another offensive threat for the Another key lineman for the '& Saturday .
Tornadoes is 6'0 192 pound senior Wildcats is 62, 265 pounder Gene '
runningback Kelly Jones. He is a Easters. He is fast and a good down OrEM AM ro rM '
field blocker.Noaeman Mark Belford
strong runner hits the hole fast and S'8. 205 pounds adds more weight to
hard and also blocks and catches the defensive line.
well, according to the BHS scouting Offensive line Coach Ezra Sim-
pklns said that he expected the Baker
The other runningback for Baker Is defense to stunt a lot. "We have been
senior Freddie Jones 6'1170 pounds., working on the Macclenny schemes:
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High gridders dropped two quarters of play to two class 3A
teams at the Palatka Fall football jamboree last Friday night.In '

quarter the of first play quarter, 13-0 to BHS Palatka.fell 14-0 to St. Augustine then dropped the fourth r gave up to 50% |jjjWERSSM \\-V: ) \ .

"After looking at the films I don't think we were bad as we
looked" noted BUS defensive line Coach Mike Sexton.7'What happened in
the Jamboree is our basic problem..the people were there to make the play
but they Just weren't making them."
Jamborees are Just warm-ups before the season started. History shows .5
that Jamborees are not an accurate barometer for regular season plays. i n .4 55 S
Most only three hours preparing for the SA and Palatka strategies..,
practice time has been used preparing for the upcoming, season,'*
opener against Macclenny tommorrow'night at 8 p.m., 1J
Overall we have Improved, but we are still lacking aggression on offense
and defense,"commented Head Tornado David Hurse.Hurse also noted that
BHS had practiced the two days before the Jamboree. Usually teams don't.
have a full practice the day before a game."Hopefully .
we Just had a bad night generalized secondary: Coach Mike

Hartley.Offensive"We line Just Coach weren't Ezra ready Slmpkfns to play"said' that he was pleased the inside 44c Q '71t.WASt.17 94 138w '12J.!

game but that work had to be done about the outside yardage. J 1 WAS 7 *& weae 7.4 IS.M 1S.MMUNIATICACIOOAL.
CRIPTO LIGHTENS 10W40 MOTOR OIL MCITS WISTUtN SHWTS IHUTS LKVrS CORDI.0"1'LllV1'8 COHOSKow
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The Tornadoes opened up receiving the ball on the kickoff.On _,.....,dpatd.bl.._ ,ono*!*lit*.Ouwl. .olomdock end uh.Ons pale.. pIMtt.IOnI/slab,......8-Xt, poaioM.....gM......Seas. Miiy.SHMOTW >*"-MIa'}-M
first down Oliver Tyson broke loose for four yards up the middle.On the
third down play quarterback Robert Carver was sacked for a loss of six

yards, forcing BHS punt.
SA took over at the 49 yard line and broke for 17 yards on the first down
play. The Yellow Jackets continued the drive until they scored on a one-foot IPdOunwitl.
quarterback sneak '
The extra point kick was good, giving SA a 7-0 edge with 4:48 minutes left
in the period.
BHS then went another series of downs and had to punt. '
On the opening Yellow Jacket play. quarterback sneak broke loose. for a ,
89 yard touchdown play.' '
In the final series of the quarter BHS put together a running drive. \ '

Tyson broke for nine yards on first down,then Brad Russell struggled for a .. __ R c
one yard gain and first down at the BHS 45 yard line. t ,
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Tyson hit for another eight yards up the middle on the first down and Tony 15 Os TO' e1s52"... 2'4
Davis scrambled for five for another first down. Time ran out on the Tornadoes -. ." 3T 9T .. .A.-.rr. _
on the next series of downs. F'QLlP'J WEs is To e.N ICKOOM WA. 1.77 WA..e7 asa7o'. .. .4
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Palatka U-BHSs I OMMMo nan ocnmo. K.p.pooh.p.rkenp- c no-e.a Cue-ac.esF+ ions aO1 .. Qa4 -161
After for two quarters the Tornadoes started the final period .nl oupoouraoovofyUmM
lltUnfaout Mot M mod**to XI MOM
kicking .
On the first drive the Panthers took advantage of an enexperienced BHS r ..Ilr
defensive line and drove from the PP 26,through Tornado territory and over Fs
the endzone for the first score of the quarter. S
The extra point kick was blocked by BUS. On the first drive BHS moved ____ S f-\
the ball only three yards and was forced to punt from the 29 yard line.
Palatka got the ball at the 41 yard line after the punt by Francis.On the second -.
down play the Panthers fumbled and Tornado Frank Long recovered at
the 45 yard line of BHS. r f
BHS again drove the ball on the miming attack with runs from Tyson
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Barry Warren Davis and Carver. A 12 yard set back forced to punt still
again. -
The Panthers quickly drove down to the 14 yard line when with no time left
on the clock scored the second: touchdown of the quarter.'
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T Anyone Interested. In Income Tax preparatory(is invited to visit us

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II Ave.,.Stark.. \ I
Tax'manuats and classroom materials will boon! display. Instruct -

:'tors, veteran H & R Block tax preparers, will answer any questlona
I .

.. pertaining'The Income lo.Income tax course tax preparation.begins on September, and continuesfor o...w anwwq esxt vldas..N tt..., a 1!! '&.'w' !i' i""'""_1u ,st:, rtrws 88 88. '.I ,*,,

twelve weeks. The school's: curriculum of 'more than. 40 tax 5.,.4 %,odeeoh..Ih5 o.ode/e New. 4 1! 1 .2 wscotai pEscs, ? U DISCOUNTPfWCS KJ WtW*as
z.s Os.on 01 ail,WM a.le i+.Oh rw.On.Floe Rna.. s-y L Tua1 LOCKS s"W0**MOOTS MN's oxpoiiosj Mora WEOOOM'
topics .Includes such subjects cs filing requirements.. Itemizing WhiNl wNh.o/a.d*t31S. Tim*,*upptra.on i*.' N.Iry.tY,.w/M/ .Less N..d
r ....te'KI' M.Ylae Oaosb..nd T !7s..t1 a1L N.d.N.oho Men'.4r1S.i! ., u.uA-I susl.o..#
deductions. rental property and business'returns..'- > if.Cl.ftaguiw Or auMw,WAS MConvenient W23 r Or.1. el. ,r.ra.lwoy ty '
'Anyone may enroll I In the school, no previous laic experience or

accounting knowledge Is required. Persons Interested In enrollingIn

H & R Block's Income Tax School may contact the H &R Block of-

.:"fifes; 964 N, Temple: Ave., Starke or call 964;-. 286.



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Starke Fun Run 41:18 'mlnute '. Site placed third'overall \ miles long.

In women d Gain....
Saturda ,. A 4 Big
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This Revels was 27th overU In the metis. Last Day'ForReserved I
Revels won a for his division This Bradford c_.., rmner
Runner will be competing In the plaque Tickets. ..
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Firth' Annual Stark.Fun 'Hun 'thU third place. makes a good gain daring the Pop
Saturday September 10. Originally\ "It was a well organized run and a Bradford Quarterback Club raised Warner practice game In Keysteae
the run wa set for August frI,but was reall" good race,." commented over*5ooo from the sale of add. In the Tree last Wednesday.
age reaps played..
changed because of aIM Jacksonville football program. t. ">i ether
Beach Run on bat date. Bevels said that he and ,Godwin First game for the Tornadoes hi this' during the practice. game
Till year the run will coincide with plan to run In a meet sponsored by the Friday night. Sept. 9, agatant Mso,,.. This 88......,. Sept. if Bradfordwill
Community Appreciation Day,"upon Florida Striders In Orange Park.That clenny. Anyone interested '. in ,.' host over 4.teams la a Jamboree.
sored by toe Bank run will begin Saturday, Sept. 10 at membership of the club should call Games will ht played el BradfordStadium
It will CoinmID5tate country : the Orange Park Kennel Club beglnnJnff 964-6714 so that ticket reservation. and tae practice field.AMBICA'S .
band, and cotes at 7 p,m.. That course will be 3.. can still be made.

from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. "I
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The coarse will be In the Edward -
Road area and will be clrcuto- this ,

year, instead of out and back which YOU CAN SAVE UP TO 50%
wa tried last year and wu opposed : FAMILY DRUG STORE AN EXAMPLE

by many of the runner ON OF ECKERD
Some ISO runner are expected In YOUR PRESCRIPTION

the run auctioned by the Bradford. GENERIC SAVINGS
Association for Retarded Citizen WITH, ECKERD GENERICS BylubatlfutingRufenforMofrln
will be .:30 '
Race time at a.m.
111111 Last alone customers'saved $8 million and Trlsudo Aetlfed, one)
There will be none for I.a' year our over
mile and a one mile run.Both races with Eckerd Generics. Eckerd customer saved over,

will be timed by age group for both Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist If your prescription' $115.00 on two prescriptions lost
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and women.Applications olonel I
men year
are available locally can be filled with one of the 300 Generics now

through race coordinator Mr*. Resale available.
Griffith and at the Telegraph, Community -
State Bank, and Sunshine
Acre,-and Bret and Jerry' 1
Trophies will be awarded to first
place winner in various age group
and overall trophies will go to tM top .
male and female finisher in both k9gY
races. ", ",4Q'

Pre registration fee I Is$i.SO and will
be$5 the day of the race.


Night Exercise .- ::


Class.Offered.... ,

Starke Recreation DcpUrtment I*,
offering a night time exercise' class. '
Classes will begin Tuesday Sept 13 TUMS PETER PAUL

In the old armory. Advanced classes .ULTRA BRITE ANACIN CANDY BARS IVORYTOOTHPASTE
will be at Sao: and the beginning clai EXTRA STRENGTH
will start at 6.30pm.: \ TABLETS ANTACID ..MOUNDS -Al.MOlllolO' BATH SOAP
Registration will be held the fist YORK MINTitM.imlt rCH OF 4
n.lUTS
night.A fee of 18 1 Is let for the 10 week 1 1M" ''0' PACK or r l.S4MM
course. "iAppropriate 249nn 1, : rioio u. *M Limit 1
99 6SC CCIWEI 9W
dress will required 139 Limit 2 packs pack
and it is recommended that par- RT Limit 1
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tclpanta bring mat or towel.Cheryl.
Godwin will be the Insturctor. '
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Locals Run In

''River Cancer Classic.. .. SILKIENCE M&M'S a s DIGITECH LCD
SHAMPOO orCOMOmONCR, LEMON PLEDGE y
Two Starke runner participated .W.. PLAIN EPEiIMtI'T- I44Z. ........ CALCULATORJOHNSON
the River Cancer Classic at Roosevelt u I, JIIl40.... .... r
Mail Labor Day ': s sorts i assa.ea-nut -J99
Buddy Revel placed third I In 3044 LJmif 2 f S f '48I q
year old men division. Revel ran uu r o
the 4.8 mile in SI:..*minute ii
Cheryl I Godwin placed.fourth In the ,. SOFT$a film*. Vir 1 O" x 1T'TABLETOP Automstlo .!'utj!!'. ig 4fi I
2I-D ygPr old sbat neml dlvin ANT 1.1 '. : .:"
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MAVBELLINE.SHINE mf MAKC-UP ;- F J, 25.88 h/o./

.KISSim SLICKS 1u.. t.ULTRASLW .71
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LUSTRASILKRIBHT DECK;SHOES WEB A ALUMINUM

Mr*. Fred Moore wa luncheon CUM.HKHSTUMZilt SliP-ON or LACED DELUXE FURNITURE 3 REMINGTON ELECTRIC
guest of,the Tom Casey family In j' ON 1IM7e + TRIPLE-HEAD SLOT
Starke on Friday.The occasion being ef 547 ..... aria CllAIII
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the birthday of Tom Casey. ri91d $ RAZOR
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her ) ; 88 ti
sister; Mr*. C.E.; Strickland of iiJ-: .a*. ,...*

Gainesville, Monday. Sept. 5 until HEBULM PBICIS HWWBIMAIO
Sept. S.Mr. MH1QMMECK: 1988 -
and Mrs. Johnle OeVore of St. OOTT 50-OUART -
Petersburg spent the long weekend STEP-STOOL ICE CHEST1
AAPRIRCPIEHISHINQ \
with their mother Mrs. Pauline asg ch came blades.CREME .
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DeVore and family. : .. aM, '
Mrs. Fred Moore went to Jacksonville or LOTION t". 3&S"ID ,:
on business Monday and was a 9 : WESTBEND ?r

luncheon guest of her daughter Mrs. 29 r "r" > Includes Z refreeze POPCORN MAKER
Gayle Todo of Orange Park. twnl '
Friends of Miss Elizabeth Terry are a-oz. Creme or 3-ot -- + -PLASTIC .' ? 12S417.'II...
team .that Mr.'and Mrs. Lotion. Limit 1 TUIHJI.AIIHIrn
hippy to J
Wilbur Stephens,present owner of the ZEBCQ 404 SPIN CAST 1288DAilY

Terry property,' found MiA Terry'. DISPOSABLE RHL & 110O

claw ring In the yard after 66 yean.raronCarter SHAVER 1 '8 *.*.'4... 3.
of MaxvWe and Mia Limit / i'j
Julie Oriffls were Sunday dinner 390 -
3SmmEVtflFLASH
KEYSTONE
guests of Mr,and Mr*.Wayne. Hardee -- ... Plate..,...p rod. i
of Highland.
Mr. and Mr*. Wendell Kelly and their daughter. Virginia, and her two '
snaa, Jeffrey and Danny, eekendd "!.I.ADAY 'ClhuuT 3STOe.M
Worth spent the tabor Day HARTZ 2 hi 1 PIUS
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with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hero 141t.- to On. .._ FLEA A TICKCOLLAR ,\, ,,,,,,, 2999
IDle of them visited their r. ? '
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slater, Mrs. Sarah Halmon In .; ..- I ,, ;
Jeptooe.Hel&bta. on Saturday afterMM. Choose from eoe r 413 'N1":1 Foolproof" ,film. loading.: =E Eb.

DOdD. ,Vlcki> Revel and sons, CmOR-TRIMCTON I Qartleld a. montt 9 ,.;"jjjI, SSHM uan*

DeWitt and Bret of Gainesville, were, ALLERGY TABLETS tt Crayon STSATiMSMI .....,..3.MKOflDITE ''H
Sunday dinner guest of their grandparent -' a. Cliieh. $
*,Mr and Mrs.Les McCfellan.Tilr. .
., and Mrs. Truman Norman Urrltt t
were Tuesday supper guest* CII their PARSOI11S't
son aDd'daUllbtel'-bHa"t.'fr.! and TINACTIN. ." ..... f ,
Mr*. Reggie Norman of UhtuckneeSpring 19GALLONs' 'AMMONIA'
CREAM '
AirriFUNeAL f ROASTPEANUTS
FLAVOK
TRASH''ll BASS
Mr*. Juanlto Harper of Starke wa If '
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27unMit MIll If It 2 FORI "
dinner'+!, gM t of her:
a Wednesday .... .... .....
mother Ronnie Mrs. Carl PrevalU VIda1Ia."o.a' ....MII. i )'
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MaGellan of 49 .
pent from IMMMtoy until Wednesday ::11 1 88c KODAK
iwMtVurMr. and Mr*.;lMtUMrs7oMM _
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family reaili,ID_Way*****,' &a..: on r isratli' tJI1t,2. 9 i s'r.'
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,'Tomymy Har t r o 8U* *visited his r Compare (O. .q'I. \ (,Imp "
grandmother, Mrc. Carl Prevatt.. onWedMdy I MeMmucll., .'8 .
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afternoon., ?
HMryHbdges,daughter Sarah,end \
Mr.. aDd Buddy SroHh aad,
Stephen Crews at NAI/CAit OPfM' BMLY 9 M II. SW4BAT. to 8.WE 1 BIb.
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races Jim an'CrouM of 9.C: "'. r: _' ..tf(\ :; > 1 lllY111II111HT TO LIMIT OUAMTHIES.saMy .....

visited Ms brotber-and ....... '" :wkuakQ '". Bran lttS I nponlonttairt'. _.

Mr.and Mr*. BiD CroMjeond F I. .....,.,.&..,.'r'., ,. MM and other Mne'nt.
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down to Cape Canaveral. wisesO c to NUp luau track and Iv lllnslro, Brldfiml Sq. Shopping' Ctnttr \-

the shuttle uunch.Mr .';\ OUreON for a hurrlcein. .
,, and Mrs. Jim, McCarlllt'ot :'i ? pick of urn carat'' I" 831 S. Walnut Street Starke
JactaKiovdleUra. scant firs tarter, Day t' up your copy I' ,
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M. OFFERS
FRENCHGLASSWARE
OFF OUR REGULAR PRICE OF PHOTO
FINISHING 12 OR 20 EXPOSURES,SIZE 1 1O. 12B '."
OR 138 COLOR PRINT FILM.OFFER GOOD THRU
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Colgate Toothpaste PACT( iOO DISCOUNT PRICES.THIS IS A ONE-TIME
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REGULAR OR SUPER

New Freedom p MAXI CT.30 $320 ICED TEA GLASSES. . v ,_2/99

30O COUNT $469 TUMB&CRS . ,. ., 1,.. a2199.
Q-Tips .. . .
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INTENSIVE CARE-REGULAR OR ALOE $ JUICE GLASS . . ..-4/99- -
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Aqua Net Hair Spray e. 9 9* WINEGLASS .. .. .BAWL*;!, ,..' :.-99-

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Anacin Tablets . 2 ._29flE

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COML3NATION.DETERGENT Yellow Rice '. . _4/$1
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Jeno's Pizza . 99C |Irmca leveftvDAV tow Ginger Snaps., . .0cNI 99 )

icpi MouA.lot AALJBBURV STKAK.11,_ $199 PANTRY PRIDEALL,FLAVORS .
CHICKEN 1201STVFFBJ PnCABBEE.OAKEN tO 79oX MliPPeHB VEAL PARMEMANOM $ a n A 7202 BOX DI vnkmuXes ,. POw'oo.. $1 19!. .. ""i

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GOLDEN FRIED 4 Kai Kan Cat Food'CRINKLE ... __3/1 .
Banquet Chicken P'PIO 07 109 i '",}.., '; :
BAMA .
CUT pe..8ily .' 99 i*', ',
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Ore Ida French Fries?0 $289 .. : Up. .
POLISH OR KOBHIERVlasfcDiHs ,
$ 79
POTATO CRISPGorton PANTRY PRIDE ., . :3,_ 1. ,
Fish Sticks P.:::s $119 SANDWICHBAGS UOUIO' '.'" 1:' ,: ". ,

2 IB 1'AOZ Oo1IAUIIIIUI'IY1I'nWC.'TtDAP.8LIC&D! Wisk Detergent, '. p :I- :;,:
TUfWEV.CHARBRCm.BECP PATTY.MANEMZH .
BEEF OR TURKEY CROUOUKTOFreezer .W..D'" VV
Queen $159 "': J 'REGULAR CHEESE,HAM OR BACON *L"j "j '
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sl1PPERS ? *
160 7 g v Quaker Instant Grits ,69

COUNT REGULAR DRIP,'E.P.OR A.D.C. c'J,' '.

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MILWAUKEEBEER S'-,
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Sweet Potatoes . 4U38S1, Spray Starch .,,. tao.... -, .#':,,:'1,
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12oz $ IiIMHCI $ ,,, .
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CANS -- Large AvocadosFRESH FOTA70LS- aom u'I A ;
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Peanuts: . 21, Hamburger Helper inr, 99, f i,. "

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TEE TOP Biscuits . . .::.c89_
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; .' I APPLEJCIICE CHEESE American PRIDE SLICED Singles ;:.4 $118 _

KRAFT 3

: Parkay Quarters 49- .

TROPICANA PURE FRESH ,
Orange Juico '. ..zs 1 58

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S 1 REGULAR OR NATURAL AXELROD'8 Sour Cream . CUP,- 8 9-


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a. PRICE. 1.$ 39 .;

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IN THE,DEL -BAKERY STORES ONLY
BONELESS:
tlf.NE.RIC. ; SMOKED DOMESTIC Swiss Cheese is- $189'v
1 D. ..IA: w:T M. _: '. TURKEY o.

.'oENEwa AIlOFtATIN oR :: r HAM HORMEL Luncheon SPICED Meat 99$139 -
'ego e: u
SftoP..d Potatoes .w. /) : BUY
COUNTRY PRIDE-BREASTS.4 TENONS,
,GENERIC. S PER ... 4 WINOS,4 LEOS: $ GO
\ sa g Fried Chicken 5
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Tea Bags '. .' o .cT. POUND!

GENERIC WITH 2 VEO.A A ROO FARM GROWN
ft. "
Black Pepper'.,. -. _, 6 Catfish: Dinner $1

GENERIC r'. FFIESH BAKEDFrench
Cat Utter .. f ui $149 av iovAV. Bread . := 8ft.
IRK(
GENEPJC-LIQUID /II.MEAL IN I1"EIEII
DiehDeter'gent. ,.' '..- 5 7- COCA COLA, Pepperoni Bread >. sIaa7

GENERIC '" ". 'TAB, SPRITE, I"RESHBAKED ,..
TIssue : r. Bagels . 619:!IIr
OR..ML.PB.
oENERIc 49'32os DELICIOUS Cake ******* x2O
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rNOr*, DIVISION;*0" CASINO! .a.lW-CP;s ia..........weotkll'u..da".J" !l.nahraxein which It veerLANNAC1.I .!KMi : t"n I .. 'v. ,"p,/<" "' ''i '1Ir I't,.",,,:,i't"I: :AA" :{ '1'\..h "'
"on"I; uweued felknvsl Deceoed.' ,' I.'r the Anll-Klckbock Act <\ \'f'- I I' 'c.J!;"
a FM NO. 1-3491 ,\i. 'h""tIIoy Frld.y are as and the Contract tWork" : : C; : by stirs"II.vle..
MERRf DUE has IN THE MATTER OF ,from nine"f'; ,,,and i Certificate "Na. 94,'' 0 I BkoDe.4BS-134: ,
,' Hours Standard Act., '' '
mod application far .THE ADOPTION OF: IN RE: Estate of ,Saturday Iron eight to slx'01 fteroat Of Issuance 1981. > ; NOTICE Bid ," ''.' t .
The PERSONALS
Propeeel snail
SPECIAL EXCEPTION for OTfe of Proper.ty OF ADMINISTRATION
CHRISTOPHER ANDREW/ DOROTHY AGNESSWANBOM with ana hour for lunch'1each Description'
Automobile Solas No. 2 On, and RHIANNON Deceased day. Parson. must : i .49 Ft. of the N 120 i !to mode In TflplHiQttt ana The Rev. and Un. Jim Countryman
to tha Stark. Board el 4 MARIE BOTT Minor. ft. of Lot S hi Otto ./0 of TO AU PERSONS HAV- Proposal farm furnUnd returned borne daughters hav*
Adl"......... an property : NOTICE perform to the _It'- lowtey. Sec 24, Twp 8 S, INO 'CLAIMS OR by the Owner, and Countnmian' after visiting his parent!; the James. L;
that I I. classified W and NOTICE lion of the _II. DEMANDS AGAINST TILE submitted to the City of "L InGadsden, (}a. fOIl' several drys

dMcrlbad below ,,' OF ADOf'TIONrllOClEOINOI OP ADMINISTRATIONTO WATER .METER "'/? Nth In which assessed ABOVE ESTATE AND AU Starke. Florida. 'In a sealed .. Visiting the Tony Starnalter family lor the weebtsd; warp

1003 S. Water St.:. PERSONS HAV. READER: Read meters : Mottle Emanuel. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED envelope, marked Mr. and Mrs. David Moore and MO and daughter Mra.

West side of Hwy 100 \ ING CLAIMS OR each, month, once a- 'vAltjof said property' IN THE ESTAIB. ""..... fan CDBG-FY Sarah Grinder and daU bter Ellen; Mr. and Mrs. diaries

South of Alligator. Croak, TOr STEPHEN A. DEMANDS AGAINST THE month; Install( n"w'" "being .In" the County of YOU ARE HEREBY S3 Program." ',,' GrinDer Jr. and Rats\ aBof Safety Harbor.;Calling on the

out of parcel 'In faction MALLIS. ABOVE ESTATE AND AU meters, out water on and S Bradfard, State of NOTIFIED, that the administration Proposals' shall' b.t Stalnakem Saturday were Mr..and Mra.Peter Henry and

33. Town.hlp 6 YOU ARE HEREBY OTHER PERSONSN off as needed. ; Person ,"rFlorWa.; of the delivered to City Hall, daughter of Safety Harbor enroute to the home at vat

South Mango 22 last to NOTIFIED that a Petition TERESTED IN THEIST..Tlt! must perform to the ,Unless. 'such certrllcote estate of ANNA C. MCH Starke. Florida/ 33DV1 parents, the Thurston Henry borne at Now River. Labor

aporata automobile for; Adoption of:your YOU ARE HEREBY satisfaction" ; the coun- or certificates shall bafredeemed deceased Cese Number either. by .Bidder families packed a picnic basket and beaded to Ih.
solo.. minor children has been NOTIFIED that the administration cil. to 1 law the .,....C", ,and File tative of the who chtucknea Springs for a day of picnlclng and swimming
The S...... Board of filed In the Circuit Court of the Estate The above fob should property described In Nvmborl-3llOO.Io pending shall obtain. a receipt before disbanding. for their respective homes .

Aduttmant| will conduct far, Bradford County of DOROTHY AGNES ba bid on a per month such certificate or car In the CIrcuit Court therefore, or by t ,
a public hearing at tholr Florida an April*, 19(2 SWANBOM. Deceased basis for'. two year 'tlHcate will be sold to far Bradford County registered moll'' with Open House PlannedAt

regular _ling held at by DAVID R. lIOn,and Is pending In the Circuit period beginning October mo highest bidder at the Florida Probate" Division :return receipt/ "''r.. C.r.St&lDakerl'; ,

7:00: P.M., In the Council i you are required to Court for Bradford County t, '983'ending cow fxwese door an the the oddr_ of /quested.Plans .
Room of Starko.City Hall serve a 'copy of your Florida Probate Division September M 1985. The 29th day of September, which ta P.O. lost B, Specifications, Everyone Is Invited to attend open name at the C.J.

Thompson Street written ..on.... If any the address of Town Council reserves I9B3J .StorkeFlorida. 33091 j and other Contract, Sfadnaker'a new home in Carlotta Subdivision Monday
Stark, Florida on to It on the Petitioner's which I I. N. Temple the right to of Dated this 23 day 'of The personal. representative Document ara on file Right Sept. U. FrIends may call between the hours of 7:90
reject
Thursday September 29, Attorney whoso name Avenue Starke, Florida. accept August 1983. of the _'is and may be examined at and 9 p.m. The color scheme in the new borne ia eartbtonea.
and all bids, Bids
1983. any a,'ffogii j\\,> BROWN Richard E. the office of, the ,City
and address Is: PHILIP The Personal 1 Representative Wehy, whose 'there's u..1''lQote
At this all should ba submitted In IrZClIRK CIRCUIT COURT Clerk, Storke,; Florida anniversaries and then anniver
time parsons BARTON.. 200 Northeast of the Estate I* address I Ia P.O. Bon 99S saries said
will bo hoard concerning First Street Gainesville. MARIAN D. LONG, sealed envelop marked Bradford County FloridaBy Starke, Florida 32091. and at the off Ice el Besent. Lloyd and Grace Barry as they celebrated a
this applicationas Florida 32601, and Ilia whose address to P.O. bid on' or before 7:00 : Beulah M.Moody The name and address of Hammaek /"' a grand slammer the weekend of Aug. 37. 54 years! Of ups

.poclfled In tha toning the original with the Box 968. 51...... Florida p.m. on September 13: 9/014tchg' 9/23 the personal. rspr.sntatlve Beckman, Inc., Consulting ,and downs but we made itsald; ( the Barry's as thethlWren,
codas of the city of Clark of the above styled 32091. The nama and address 1983 to the clerk Townof '. attorney ara. set and Design1' grandchildren and relatives gathered from various areas
Stark. Court on or before October of the PersonalRepresentative's Brooker. P.O. Box -- forth below. Engineer,. 2000 Car of the...te.Sunday.the congregation at New River Baptist

L.M.Gain. Director 21, 1983:. otherwise Attorneys 127._ Brooker ...Florida "".!I .N" All persons (having II.; .,- .-....- 5quer.aaYl.vafd .. Church swelled considerably as meet of the families along
Stork Sd. of Adj. a Judgement maybe ore set forth 32622. < .. ,-. NOTICEOP claims' ar demand .'Jacksonville. ... with the honorees attended morning\ warship!Following

1tchg908NOTICE entered against you below Linda Robinson, APPLICATION .agolnat.tho 'Florida 33316. Plans and church: the group assembled at the home their daughter
for the relief demandedIn All person InterestedIn .' Clark,", ,d> JKHI TAX DEED requited, WITHIN THREE Specification may be Helen (the Jimmy Crosby's borne) In Starke for a buffet

the Petition.WITNESS the Estate are required C.Stalnaker. ,,-.. '1 MONTHS FROM THE purchased from ........, style luncheon. Out of town guests included Mr: and Mrs.
my hand and WITHIN THREE ChalnnonBrooker' ...' NOTICE IS HEREBYt DATE OP THE FIRST Hammock a Ruckman Jimmy Crosby, Jr. and Tracy of,Starke Mrs Frances
RICHARD BROWN has tha seal I of this Court on MONTHS FROM THE Town Council GIVEN that ERNEST L.or PUBLICATION Of THIS Inc., for the sum of Land and Gwen, Barry Shiver Mn and Mrs Kevin Allen

mad application for the 6th day of DATE OF' THE FIRST 9/01 2tchg, 9/08 IRENE HUNTER the NOTICE ta file with Ills 30.00 par .ot; non. 'and:daughter* all of Pensacola;' Al Land and fiancee
SPECIAL EXCEPTION;: for bolder of tha following clerk of refundable.arr. .,
the
September. 1983.GILBERTS. PUBLICATION OP THIS .., above court Carey, of Auburn University Mr. and Mn..MaI'V Norman
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HOME OCCUPATION for BROWN NOTICE to file ((1)) all ) "r ;certificate has filed/ said a written .-...- or -COUNCIL OF THE of ,Lawtey.; Mr.: and Mn. Darrell Williams of
office for mobll welding CLERK claims again the estate rlahiice. :certificate for a tax 'any claim or demand CITY OF STARKE Gainesville and'Mr. and
Mrs.
SamCrutc field of
.orvlc* to the Stark BY:Beulah Moody and (2)) any objection/ .deed ta I be Issued: they may 'have. Loch' FLORIDA Son Wilbur unpbte -Brooker.
was to attend.
Board of Adustmnt| on Deputy Clerk they hove that thorocn4>The certificate claim must be In writing '/06 2tcho5' ,
property that Is '/08 4tchg' 9/29 challenges may the qualifications OF PUBLIC numbers and year of Issuance and must Indicate the' I would tike to express my thanks for the food flowers

clai.ltled R I-C and of the Personal HEARING ,, the descriptionof basis for the claim'tha contributions to the cemetery funds in memory of my husband -
described bolow and all the support!given during the recent loss of
: Representative or tha the property, and th.name. name and adds of HM** my
Off ic. to bo located at CALL FOR BIDS venue or jurlidlction of PLEASE TAKE NOTICE In which It was creditor or hi. .eaont or IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT, husband George \\.Davis He waa a wonderful husband,

302 S. Church St., J.M. the Court. that the Council of the assessed are a. follows: attorney, and the EIGHTH JUDICIAL father, grandfather, foeter parent, and friend to so many.
Johns Addition in Section Sealed bids will be accepted ALL 'CL"'IMS. town' ,of Breaker. Certificate No39, amount claimed. If tha CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR We the family, fed the world has been a better place from

26. Township .6 .' by the City of DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS I Brooker,' Florida will Year of nuance 1981. .claim te not yet due the BRADFORD COUNTY his brief stay and know/ will be mimed by many besides.

South tango 22 Ea.t. Stark. an. five surplusv.hlcl.s NOT SO FILED.I I hold a public hearing for ':Description of Property 'date when H wilt become FLORIDA.. hia family. -
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Th. Stork Board of : WILL BE FOREVER BAR, I the proposed. uses of : W 6.A of NEtt\ of due shall ba slated. M CASE NO:03-318' Cindy Smith returned home after a months vacation In
1970 truck .
Adjuitment will conduct 1., Dodge 1 RED. I Federal Revenue Sharing NWM\ ,of SEM Dose OR Nee claim Is contingent e* Tampa' with her brother, Larry Collins and family. Cindy

o public hearing at their 1 ID* ladder D3IBEOS148S62.body stylo. Data of the first I Fund for FY 1983-84 on i 108-288 Sec 25 Twp 8-s, :amllguldotd Ike nature IN RE;The Marriage Of was born la Tampa and spent her first 11 years there as a

regular meeting held at ton 2. 1971 Ford truck ID* I publication of this Noticeof 1 Tuesday* September 13,;, R-22-E. .of the uncertainly shall. JAMES JACKSON' ",chlkt She said it was great to return and see so many
7:00 P.M., In tha Council FOCCK6e53l. garbage \ Administration: 1 1983, In City Hall Nome In which assessed be staled. If me claim 101 I GASKINS changes in such a few yeas Cindy along with nephew

Room of Stark.City Hall truck body style. September 1, 1983.MARIAN 1 rocker, Florida,at 7:00: : Charieen Bank.. s.cur.dr'lb.> security Husband,. Shawn and niece Melissa Collins enjoyed several days at
Thompson S" ..,. All of. said property shall ba described.. The ,end. ,
3. 1974" Chev. truck. D. LONG I".M. the beach)nd returned to Graham with lovely tan. While
Stark, Florida on As PersonalRepreentative The unused being In the County of claimant shall ;deliver' BETTY J.GASKINS. there she.also-,made tide tUllslbTO'
CCE614VI60440' amount of .' tripps to Park and
Thursday. Sptrnbr. 29 Bradford State of sufficient copies of the ,Wlf. *,)
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1983. 2-ton body styl. revenue sharing funds Florida. ,Lawny Park for picnics and several days of relaxation.
claim
this tlm all 4. 1970 Rambler of the Estate of tvallable for FY 198344s to the dark: ta Mr and Mrs.. Tom LeFevus enjoyed a weekend at
At *. pel DOROTHY Unless such certificate enable the clerk. to mall NOTICE OF ACTION >r
AGNES
Sedan ID* I, S0The of Homosaasa Springs with their children and granddaughter
sons will be hoard concerning amount or certificates shall baWHIWfllMlCl .
this application '.A0585OE3I .!... SWANBOM, Deceased 'r avenue sharing funds take '.tO low "VV sonol ana copy representative.All to, each per.. TO:' BETTY ;X; OASKINS;. Kirov Alice ,and 'k.A1leJa Crosley., Accompanying; the

as specified In the zoning 9. 1972 Dodge truck, Attorney For *. received In FY 1983-84 .property'doac,1bod In penxms InterestedIn P.O..lox 561. Highway" Crosley's: was a nephew Chris Hoey of Miami. Joining the

codes 'of the city of ID* D14AE2USOa06B' !titan :Percona) Rprsantotlve "'s $1,464.00. Members of such certificate or certificates ., tits estola m when a 229, i Morgan Rood, party on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. D.H. McMillan, son

Stark. body style.Bids : he public will be given- will be sold to copy of this Notice of Administration ( Starke. florida 32091. David and daughter,Dana two nephews, Micky and Shane
will be opened
l.M.Gain.., Director IESSENT.MOODY m' opportunity at this. the highest bidder at the has been YOU ARE HEREBY from Bell Glade. Several of the members enjoyed deep sea
Stork.Bd.of Ad-|" Sept. 20, 19113.at regular. ,B.SALZMAN hearing to present oral courthouse door an the moiled are required NOTIFIED that an action, 1 fishing while, others relaxed with a good book or went sightseeing.
council
ltchg" 9/08 city meeting. md 29th day of.Septembe WITHIN THREE dissolution of .; "
Sealed bids payable by WM. A. BESSENT III written view on the MONTHS'FROM : marriage :
cosh check must be ESQUIRE toi.lble uses. of these l 83. THE DATE OP THE ,ha, been ,filed. 'Brooker
School .
or News.
NOTICE'OF Datd'Ml.. 23 day of FIRST PUBLICATION OF against and ara ..
delivered or mailed to I03W.Go< APPLICATIONFOR City Hall. Thompson Post Office Box 9056 /s/Llnda Robinson,, August, 1983. THIS NOTICE to file any required to serve a copy Members of the Bradford County School Board and

REZONINGAND Street, Stark., Florida 'Starke. Fl32Ot11CMt647262 dork GILBERT BROWN objections they may ,,of your written def ensas., .Superintendent Tom Casey met with Brooker parents and
AMENDMENTOF //C.J. CLERK CIRCUIT COURT hove that challenge the If any, to Hon Terence' teachers Thursday :-1. The held
THE 32091. by 7 p.m.. Sept. Stalnakar Sept meeting was at the
20. All bids must be submitted Ghsolrmon BrookeM Bradford County. FloridaNOTICE' :valtdlry! of the decedent's'soul M Srown?Tamllnson a"', .school with approximately 7S parents>teachers, and fn-
LAND USE f IAN 37243279OS 2tchtt"lS /y: .......,.M.Mood"" \ the aualllleetioM. of Brown Pi A. .PO.Dt '
In writing M an Town Council !: "a An ORDINANCE amending envelope marked "Skr.. NOTICE .9/012tchg! 9/08 or.tha venue'ar Florida32091.; ortor;; Avaricyat it ( (>oDswfir reeo7nnieDai> Ia the binned i
the Comprohon.lv.Land Vehicles may ba seen OF INTENTIONTO t (urldlctton of the court. before October '7, 1983 with a new cafeteria being the main concern of the au

U.. Plan Element and examined at the dry REGISTERFICTITIOUS PUBLIC NOTICE : ; ALL CLAIMS, :and Ilia the original with dience. School board members promised to take a serious
and Map by Bradford yard at Washington and NAME ;OF INTENT DEMANDS AND OBJECi tha Clerk of this Court look at replacing the dilapidated cafeteria. Superintendent

County Florida In accordance Orange street., from 8 INTENT: Tha Bradford TO REGISTER TlOMS NOT, SO 'FILED- oHher before service on ,Casey expressed optimism saying the dollars for capital

with tho' local' a.m. to Bidders S p.m., Pursuant ta 'Section County School Board FICTITIQUSNAMet WILL BSE FOREVER. BAR- the above-named Of. outlay projects (Ma .year Were uplYwm previous budget

Government Com weekdays. may 865.09 Florida Statues, plans to consider the RED. '''''''' or Immediately years., '. '
prhn.lv Planning Act bid on vehicles' as a notice I I. hereby given following proposed State of Florida '''.. Dot', ol ,the first thereafter. ?'otherwise a Some 01 the other item of expressed by parents,

of 1975 a.provided for In group or 9/08 Individually.9/13 that the undersigned School Board Rule. The County of Bradford;': publication of this Notice. default. will be entered teachers and board mem..lnclucJed; early and late bus
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Chapter 163 of the William S_Colllnaworth..ou' intent is to hove on > 'tir y .f Admlnl.tratlont' ." against you for the relief. routes; more maintenance personnel to prevent as well as

Florida Statu,.. .4' Box 1B4, Storke, operational plan In all ROSEMARY ''.;" pSCHEVDER'thereby September 183.: demanded In the ,.... remedy maintenance! problems a few more budget dollars
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TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers Florida :32091 soleowner schools for tha management .iOtAItD..WEt", tion. < ', for textbooks' the need for a flammable storage building

and other Interested IN THE CIRCUIT COURT doing business of emergency notice that she gives .'Persona, )Representative, WITNESS my hand; and and what would be done with the replaced cafeteria, fencing
persons: OF THE EIGHTH under the firm name of B health need. Intends td' Of the Estate of the,off idol seal of this the school grounds, and additional skill for
You and each ol You JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN S B NEW VEHICLE LEASINGCOMPANY.Routo" PROPOSED RULE: TheBRADFORD regl.ter with.. the'Clerk of ANNAC.RECHWwiy, Coal-ton thl* 7th day of. elementary students to toward necessary school

ore hrby and herewith AND FOR 4' COUNTY, Circuit Court for Bradford,. '.' September, 1983.GILBERTS. progress hlgb.

given notice In occordonca BRADFORD COUNTY Box 1''''. Starke, Fl SCHOOL BOARD S......, County, Florida the flc- Richard L: BROWNA. graduation Board chairman .
Hall called the
with Florida FLORIDA. '32091 Intends to Florida, will hold a titlaunama of C 'it' It 9S4 N.Temple Ave., .Clerk of Court, Rodney meeting'ex.
Statutes that tha Board CASE NO.82-385 register said fictitious PUBLIC HEARING ON AUTOMOTIVE and ,ia r P.o..t9S ; By:Martha I.Struth: tremely productive and commended everyone for turning
of County Commissioners PROPOSED BOARD RULE out and expressing 0 their concerns for the school..
name under the engage in bua:.";>M biwr, Stork. 32091 As Deputy Clerk
of Bradford JOANN HILLVARD aforesaid statute. N... 6Ox4-4.SI.' ADMINISTRATION ., 'that flcllllaus tame ,with' ,(904)f64.I05C Terence M. Brown. Superintendent Casey said he was pleased with the meeting
County Florida have formerly Dated this 25th day of : OF a principal, place of .Attorney for theE Attorney'forPetitionerHusband 'and felt the students would ultimately benefit by the

deslgnatad the Bradford JOANN THOMPSON August A.D 1983 In PRESCRIBED MEDICINES,. business at 2163 N. Temple tat.of meeting. itm'.
County Zoning and Planning Plaintiff Bradford County,. on September 19, 1983. : Avnu'J Starke, I,ANNA. Co RICH P.O.Drawer 40 First PTA Meeting Sept. LeThe first and

Board to conduct a VS Florida. at 7 p.m.k "In.tha School Florida 32WIeHEUGfNEF.iHAW ... 9/01 2tchg 9/0$ Stark H 32091 Halloween carnival planning session ia scheduled for'Tuesday

public hearing at a JOHNNIE BLAINE 9/0Htpd 9/22 Board Room of the Brod-i > %ROSEMARY(P. ,.(' )%,- night.Sept 20r at 7:30 p.m.at the school.: would like to
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regular meeting held at THOMPSON, '. ford County School's AaVmlnhtration > CDBG-FY '. 9/29 encourage everyone to attend the meeting
7:00 P.M. In the Council and ALMA J.THOMPSON. ---' : Offices S82 ,t H,4E03ar. ;, B2 PROGRAM .

Room of Stark City Hall Defendant. ... North Tempe Avenue. i, 4' ,,, "
Storke Florida Tues .. ., NOTICe Starke. Florida.. Copses 'P.O. Drawer Id3> CIty. of Stork*.' '. ,

day. OF INTENTIONTO of this Proposed Rule No.6Gx.W.S1 I Stake, Fl I Florida ., ";: / "
at tha Commissioner w.. f..da lnags. ,,
NOTICEOF REGISTERFICTITIOUS may be.'ob-; ,I(p04))\ 1 w.--\ Cldasled'ASsChet: \
Room of the Bradford SUIT NAME talned. 'from ..h.Suporlntonclont' Attomeyf ir # ,
County Courthouse Office Results ,
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I Iat Registrant INVITATIOhITOIWDER '"
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Starke, Florida, at 10:00. Notice II .hereby; given. Pursuant ta Section 582 ,North Temple 9i o .;" '.,

A.M. an Ordinance that, pursuant ta an B65.09 Florida Statues, Avenue, Storke, Florida., 11'o.:.! Notice '
relating: ,order or a final |ledge notice I is hereby given This .Is In'compliancewith ci' 'that the to City herebyNVe1 of Startun: ..,' '<,1': Some peo' p-is ones believed precious stones were drops
Th. rezoning of the ment of foreclosure that the undersigned Florida Statutes, \ ,PUBUC NO Florida will receive hardened and condensed by the un.' *
following described entered In the 120.54" .Io'! ? .. -
property above- Philip W. Clark Lola s Chapter asenacted -
sealed bids. M the CIty -- -
and amending the captioned action, I will Clark. Storkow,, Florida by the Florida; 'INTENT: The Bredfoid' .: Council Chomucrs.: City!I I 'f>" r. -,'
Comprehenslva land ..lIlho property situated 32091; |IoInt.Ing -.-., doe. Leglilatur. ' Hall ",........ Florida'M69I !
U.. rovid. that Thomas L. to> ansldai<"thefollowing' .MITH'CDADNA;
currently In'' Bradford County. business under tha Casey,Jr.SuporIntendonf I plans ; ": ttntll. ) 2-OJ .'cteck'
land zoned OR 'proposed
Florida described. of
: firm nama of'CURK'SHALIMAIIIC ,
and designated by the South Half of Lot 19 Except SHOP, 107,0 Bradford County: ,1 School Board Rule.: The' an the llm of October,of- : 'ULTFtA.ONtC.WM: : ,
plan as Rural Redden- Right of Woy'andNorth West Edwards- Rood Schools. I Intent Is to Insure .,fair: ,fertheTCwwtructkw '' "' c. i ,
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tlal. be rexoned to CG. 50 feet of Lot 30 Starke. f 132091. Intend 9/012tdhq 9/08 'and equitable. method of .end the, .. Street.Drainage Water, Im-,., El6CTItON1YPEWRZTE' ;
and designated General school ; PORTABLE *
Except Right of Way of 'ta register. sold fictitious evaluating. prim : .
Commercial the propertyof Section 1*. Township S rnom." under the I 0 100.--. clpal and supervisors .C.--\s air/ :'J., ) : ..., '_''I' \.' :_ .

MARY LOU GREEN South, Rang 22 East,.as aforesaid. ... ", 1 for the purpose of Improving :opened' read oud and,. )VttHONE :TOUCH MEMORY CORBCUON.Odetouch .
described as follows: NOTICE (district school '
per map or plat Dated.this 27th day of recanted. ,' ,< '- "
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East 20000 Sq. Ft. of Woodlawn,, recorded Ian A.D. In INTENTION management, Ana to ,4 '
August 1983 .. '
parcel 4936 In Section 20 Plat Book No. I, Page 17, Bradford County, TO REGISTER provide |lob security. for The 'above. constrve.tlonwlllbekxaetedlnth* ;; one+ key"the key to perfect; >>: '

Township 7 South Rang Public Record of BroaV' \,Florida, FICTITIOUS NAME those principal.* .ernewparvtoars .' '
22 East, _half mil. lord 9/22 that perform Horpost ana of the CKly .letters members your and tike',
County, Florida,. ''(01."''tpd ; of Starke;HorWo.n ,". .! error
East of Hampton off containing .496 acres., Pursuant 'to Section their duties wJI. : 'ibet consists 01"IctIoft 'them and ; J 1
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public sale, to tha NOTICE notice. Is hereby given 1.275 lineal. ,

and drink. highest and best bidder CALL FOR BIDS\, that oho undersigned SCHOOL1hD, Starke. fee .df/seer pavement t' ,. .
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NOTICE..... a copy of, front door of the The Towed Breaker Stark, 'Florida |point PUBLIC HIARINO ON 'and'trth,' 2JOO lineal*
sold proposed OR Bradford County: Cour 'owners, doing business PROPOSED BOARD BULB _,
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every person GILBERTS. BROWN statute.,; ,.>-: ff ;__ ,_ !. :io,,;
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, By Mark FrledOla how.' A little rain ,
: :BCTStsffWrlter. in every category.
,[ A torrential downpour failed to dampen the enthusiasm of the spectators but The Judging In
, it rained on the Shriner'a parade and the 100 North Florida artists who attended past events due to
the Third Annual Festival of the Lakes Arta and Crafta Show bad to bundle up ,and were Judged
against the elements Saturday,Sett. J In KoysteM Hcsjhtt:"* "'.,/:; ,: .ir i ty hall :
:We've had_-m.nyiuo *,.I 7.!>o part-ioiT Igums the.UwW* "ing the=Th ; J Neu ilir l'
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s to since the show they have been very: enthusiastic about the way it was run and choosing by ballot, ,
the quality of the Judging. {Everyone. I've talked to la already planning to coma to the regular Best
back: next year and we've already starting making plans Hopefiuy we'll get "We thought in ,
back to the bright sunny days that we've bad In could have show r i
Many spectators came for the day and were theE" by the Inter "1 think the fact r ,I
mlttant showers that forced the artista to wrap 'I up. in plastic. Most of Judging overall
of the artists made the best of the situation. : Gainesville's,
"Dedicated artiste always adapt to the environment;'!kidded Keystone I Ding first place in ,
Heights Portrait and Oil Painter Meg Keeler as the showed off her "custom-, of Show from the
made" ralngear.a plastic garbage bag with holes cut for her arms. "The show :"This la a big
must go .
"Oh, ..don't mind a bit,"said one visitor from Jacksonville who had drivendown See... I 0.t
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were seen in prol'wlloneabove left) and the whole family got Iat.:!r
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( left) was a double winner at the show, receiving the Best of
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Riley Sweat, Sr., of Starke, 1* She says her family has always This special day is this Sunday, special 'days we should show our
a grandmother with plenty of experience been very kind to her they don't needa Sept. 12. and Just as we show'our trondparmts our feelings for them.
after having 14 grandchildren special day to show her their love, mothers and fathers how much we well .
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and 16 greatgrandchildren.She but a special day ls coming up for allgrandparents. love .and appreciate them on their r" -
U very proud of her grandchildren .. .
{ and will tell you about their National Grandparents Day was ',:..:::,:. .: :::'- "';'.!iI,( ':7':: ..:: ';:;:'.',:',: ,:'," :'.:. "';..: ::;; ':..:::';.;' '::',' :::,'::;' ":':\
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; _______::1 _________ to her elderly presidential people proclamation In our country.The to honor. all And The Sale Goes On .
= "The? don't want me to stay by day was set aside as a day of
myself, the said of all her family appreciation for all our elderly people 1982 DATSUN'S
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to stay the night and I come back contributions they have made to our
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Lakes for the first time this year at the suggestion of a friend in Keystone ;: s )m and registration fee. '
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There were many other happy winners at the show Saturday.well. a keep It off. Now we're also
Virginia Chen captured a first place prize for her striking watercolor pain t taking dollars off the price. 81 Citation 4 Dr 788
tings in that division, Keystone's Cecilia Cade Suarez was second and Ken :
Join October 1st and
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In the hotly contested Oil and Acrylics division Keystone's Mary Woodardwas on your meetingand
awarded first place for portrait of a young man pictured on the front page registration fee. Join '
of last week's B-section.Tom Cato's abstract acrylics were awarded the second I now and trim down while the 79 Corvette
prize in that division and Kathie Pace took third for her naturalistic oils. price Is trimmed down, too.
"In Graphics,Louise Brown took first place Jim Wilson took second and Jackie Offer valid only as q dis- Must See It Drive
Hubner won third for her delicately rendered pen and ink drawings.In count and may not be com- $harp..r.r.. .
Sculpture, Marietta Havey, abstract designs in multi-media's took first blned with other discount
place, Wray Witten was In second and Earl C. May took third. any
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Melrose's most famous photographer. J< e Daur. took first place for his ::7' Malibu 3 9 88l
participating areas only. .
historical scenes in the Photo dlviBlonlSOO R che's photos of nature scenes was
In second place and Keith Fagan was third.In ( Lose weight .. .r... t. ... ."... .,.
the 2-dimenslonal Crafts category Gary Hayes won first place for his
blow designs Ronald Marr took second and George Whaler was third. once and for all PU'
crafts Keystone's Diana Fava took font place for her handmade : Chevy : $3988
Jewelry Agnes Dalton was second and Nicole Whitney was third. .. .
Another Keystone artist featured in last week's B-ectioo;Margaret Boone.
took first place in the Fiber Art category for her-hand woven baskets made WEDCiHT'WATCHERS"
from local materials, Edith Alexander was in second for her weaving and Jan Monday thru Friday 8 am-7 pm Saturday 6 pm
Racer was third.
The Pottery'division winners included Lynn Russel in first place, Roxie
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I Protection Dos Championship ]Held 1 at BHS Lou-Ann's Azalea &. Blueberry' Farm :

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of the Schutxhund Club that was held Protection Dog... Favorite Varieties of Landscaping Potted Plants

at stadium.the Bradford County. High School The dogs In the Championship had Friendly Atmosphere Come SM .U.. f
I to demonstrate their ability to find an
Trophies were awarded In several' agitator and attack him,If he made a Louise f&>i Debra Hightower and Valerie Johnson Mantgtnwnt Turn
different categories.In which dogs like threatening movement.
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German Shepherds or Dobermans' 60 : They were also tested on things like Specials Regular)
were tested on their ability to performcertain obedience courage and tracking
skills.Different levels of such 4p ability In the two-day trial that drew 'See our Plants at Alligator Creek Ranch
skills as tracking.. people from as tars Puerto Rico or
tection were tested .In theatwo-d ay p, Tennessee.
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performance from the dog. AU three he= f 'Faith Satellite Semlna4Bggerthanhfenlghts .'
levels were represented at the trial : September
held last weekend and trophies were 0o
awarded each. .,
The first trial the dogs face In competition -

Is the tracking, held early ,
Saturday morning. The handlers of ; Nnimn IW '.'
the Schutzhund 1'.lead their dogs on I' ,,:: ,.:) S :t : :
a large U-shaped trail that I to 30 a, a r r ;., .. ,.,
'minutes old. The trail la made by a I J ? '
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laying the trail are dropped f intervals I I ft0n
and the dogs are expected either I .
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The Schutzhund course must be '
one hour old and Is more difficult than !J
the other two to follow. L 'f; .
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Is the FH course(FH referrring to the 1 yy mualct: .Z,:
German phrase for tracking dog). ________ 'k p Ctnirtes"
This course is for the most accomplished '
tracking dogs.It must be .
3 hours old and is approximately 3.000 handler for a certain distance sounds plon owned by. Ted Kwallwasser of P" ":
feet long or a little over half a mile. very much like the English word Orlando. <
The course has six angles(u opposedto "out:"' This championship tested the best Slagtef" '
two on some of the less difficult Many times the Judges for the competition dogs In the southeast region In all the ',' "
course) and crosses at least one dirt are from Germany, or came various categories of Schutzhund'' .'\, "".,,''
road or hard road. from Germany origlonally; training. The dogs are not actually A''I$ :'
Just before the FH dog Is tried 00' "attack" dogs, they aren't trained <\\ .
'the course, three trails are laid by The Schutzhund II dogs must specifically to attack people,they are< .: )" ) '1
other people that cross the course. search aU six of the blinds that are set trained to protect their handler and !
The dog must pick out the correct up on the field and do the same things the handler's family or property. In i. ,.: -'*- \ .
., trail and follow it to the end,as well as the Schutzhund t dog does, but on a most cases,they are playful dogs and
finding four articles that have the different level of difficulty. The not mean and vicious,as dogs trainedin 'Sun. Sept 11 thru Wed. St.14
,scent of the person who laid the trail. Schutzhund II also has to transportthe this manner are sometimes
The dog that excelled on the FH captured agitator to the judge or stereotyped.. :
tracking course belonged to Ted ,help its handier keep the agitatorunder 'TimBDb BMT SJtmttjT IfflUffiBrT 1 7:30: .
Kwallwasser of Clearwater. The control while the agitator is being These dogs are family dogs, pets,., p.m.t'
; dog's name is Slggo Von Der brought to the Judge. when they're not working. Although
Malneiche, but his nickname Is Troll. certain things are expected of them'. 'otk FAITH TABERNACLE
Slggo is a Schutzhund III tracking dog The' winner In the Schutzhund II that are not expected from most dogs : I
and has excelled in the FH category category was Urs Von Der Rabauna, they are given a lot of love and care in Ctt5c Melrose
mile West SR 26
.In many tracking trials.Kwallwaiaer owned; by Helen Attardo of Orlando return. You can see this In the competitions o" 1
has trained other when a u' esRev.. Haas Pastor 475-2554 j I
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dogs that have excellentwork The Schutzhund III dogs do basically know it has put on a good showby pert gOO G1
with the Jl'BIIn missing person cases. the same things that the Schut- ting it or scatchtng ears. You can
One basset hound that be trained was ahund II dogs do, except they must also see the way the dog feels about COMING Oct. 9-12
used by the FBI .in the Patty. Hurst either do it faster, better! or for Its handler in the quick and excited Marilyn. Hickey/David. Ingles ; ,
caseS longer periods of time. response it gives to ,the handler's.r
All Schutzhund dogs are expected to "here." -

:.,exhibit obedience In tasks of various The winner In the Scbutzhund III .,.,. '....' .;\.....,.-- .,rArtbYer .1p
r rt4tignnrwerer First piace-Chico Von ,
B-SoifDs "* .,.-a .
a i41t1Yd T QabrtAmedty rge AEH jisf H : '" '
Carious walking speeds (even with of Tampa.Second; place went to Slggo Starke U.S.. wy 301 South
distractions such ass gun being fired yon,Der Malneiche,. the FH cham- Grocery & Variety
or other people walking In front of the I
,dog and handler), sitting and laying li/mlu gt; Store I
down on command (even when the OPEN'I 9
a.m. p.m.
handler continue walking at thesame Orange Park -
pace), retndving an object ; 'J ,.", JUl' _'\ (..JlJ.l lb _
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I when the dog has to Jump a hurdle or Completeline : 2004 Kingsley AvenueAnnouncing
climb an obstacle to get it,and running -- ( ctf.pt"lrHIJWorried :/ of
out a certain distance and laying }
down on the sudden vocal command ,' SEWINGNOTIONS' A
of the handler.
The degree of difficulty for all these
tasks vary with the level of the dog. r'. I
Schutzhund I dogs are further required JL
to conduct a"blind" search,or Completeline .
search for an agitator in one of the of
canvas blinds set up on the field so i
that the is not visible. '
agitator readily FABRICSfrom
An agitator la the person who wears 'We Now Serve
the padded sleeve that la used to train
the dogs to attack. r Muslin to Chiffon ---- ,1f'
Once the dog finds the agitator, it r I
must sit and bark at him until be Red
makes movement to run away,then Summer
the dog bites the agitator on the sleeved about the,right selection -
arm and stops him. when making that all Important I Fabrics d
The dog also must pass test of its carpet purchase for your 25-50% on
courage.The agitator runs at the dog home? We have carpet .
and threatens 1 It and It must- stand.Its specialists who will be happy to Country"Breakfast'

.ground. offer free advice.
winners In the Schutzhund I '
The
We feel that an Informed
,category were: First plac..CIto Von' customer will make the proper _We Sell I & Service
Der Herrenelcho, owned by Fred decision and be happy with his SEWINGMACHINES 41>
Adams of Orlando.Clto first qualified
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in Wisconsin, which la ma example of selection of carpet.We know that, "
bow far the dogs travel to compete. .a happy customer is good advertising t I ,
The best in the nation even go to Germany for this firm and we make .
the birthplace of the fair. serious effort to help customers .I N.M
zhund method of training dogs choose the proper carpets..
some competitions. whether for home or office.
Second place went to Melka Von Stop by today to browse Men's Western

v ReInhart Orlando.owned" by, Marty, Hutchlnsof through of carpets.our tremendous. If we shouldn't Inventory SHIRTSLong Breakfast & Fruit Bar

': Thed moat often have German have your selection in stock, we' & Short Sleeve .
names because the Schutzhund can get it from the mill quickly. .'
,t method began in Germany Some oft See us before you buy. .10 '1. AD Sizes Buffet Style
the dogs are even Imported from Ger-
many and their last names We've, Added Something
r'sometimes Indicate the city, province -
or kennel they come from.
Tea! TMa -NEW-
Z. MJst of the dogs ,also have All You CARE To Eat
fr Americanized nicknames.: Fresh Children
& Carpet ,AH, Types Of I ,
: The commands are also given In'
1 German,, which Is similar to the 131 N. Cherry St. UPHOLSTERINGNow Fruit Under '10
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sentenced Tuesday to threw yews bathe said Jackson's pre-senteace Investigation
t Florida Correction had not revealed any trouble -
> for vehicular homicide la the Jackson had in the put. Jackson I PRECISION, HAIRCUTS:.;
death of Atllla O. Toth last had good military record In the U.S. Mans Reg. .12"
Noyember. Marines for toyearp and his record *
I Nelson Bivens "Sonny" Jackson in with the Starke Police Departmentwas (Women. Reg. '15 MOW 7'i
July was found guilty la Bradford good.However Judge Crews said i
County Circuit by a Jury which the sentence was necessary In Justiceto DESIGNER PERMS
>recommended leniency. The max- the people of Florida and as an appropriate 1! '
imum sentence could have been five example. Mems Reg. 35 NOW $77.
years behind bars Assistant State Attorney Thomas 'IWotnensReg. MO ,NOW '20
Jackson and another Starke police Elwell who has spent many hours on
found not-guilty of the case said Jackson should be Incarcerated '
were *
man * *
manslaughter by culpable negligence a man died due .to
during the July trial.,Jackson was Jackson's negellgence.
also found not guilty of manslaughterby During the trial It was established
Intoxication. Both men were off duty Jackson was speeding and had been
at the time of the accident on north drinking prior to Jackson's vehicle
US-301 in Starke. striking Toth's vehicle Both factors
Judge John J Crews sentenced contributed to the accident which took
Jackson after listening! to 'character!; Toth's We,said Judge Crows.
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.: '.,' 1 illf.. ",.',... on .. _.. '.- '" I-'h: ,' James Wolbert Starke received attorney a five-year Jesse ment contest-for accepting a cl1entT.$17,160 mobile in home pay Making Waves
prison sentence Tuesday in Bradford without transferring title of owner-
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Most Valuable Pot Harvest Ever.
Circuit Court for grand theft. Circuit ship. Apian for restitution was refus- COUPON GOOD FOR
Yesterday morning Bradford County Sheriff Department Shown loading the large plants Is Deputy Paul Stegall. Judge John J Crews said that drugs ed by Crews, who said it was not a I'
"harvested" the tallest marijuana plants they have Assisting In the pulling of the plants were the Inmates from contributed to Wolberfs "profes- viable alternative. I LOOTED TIME ONLY .j.jI' I II'
ever pulled according to Investigator Don Denton. Lawtey Correctional Institution.. The marijuana was sional downfall and serious trouble." "Illicit drugs that are too prevalentin I'' WITH LIZ AND ALAN !
100 In from IS toM under usual procedure. Wolbert, who closed his Starke law our society played a part" In
Approximately plants ranging height destroyed "
practice in February 1983 and left Wolbcrt's misconduct, Crews. said. I Closed SundaysNUWAVES !
feet were found off of GriffU Loop Road near the couth end Wolbert, a Vietnam veteran and
town, later from the
was suspended
on timber company property, according to InvestigatorDavid The plant were In full bud and very valuable,said Den- Florida Bar for neglecting clients. and former ROTC Instructor at the !
ton.There was no arrest but the case under Investigation. of Florida, "had
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of a sawed-of shotgun. Wolbert and others "to know what
In June 1983, Wolbert pleaded no can result from a violation of trust."

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I Starke Police Arrest Four Suspects, Solve T-Top Theft Mystery

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The mystery of Uw disappearing right T-top from a Corvette which was According to"the arrest report, window which was not broken.Again The left over T-tops went taken to .....fir e-.eeselr i
T-tope ha been wived by the Start on the lot at Terwlllegar Motors in Prevatt and the Juvenile were visiting the two went in Carter's truck to Craft's Salvage on US101ua
police deportment and four arrest Starke,police Investigated a'Up that at the home of Carter who expressedthe Jesse's Lounge where they removedthe where they were sold to Ewell Clan The jus. Ie.si....>! have been made, according to Carter had such a T-top. ues- need for a T-top for a his Corvette. two T-tona from the Corvette said Miller. ..det.....M awa.rwa.
Patrolman Jerry Miller.Arrested tioned Carter said be had bough the Carter said he was willing to pay(SO belonging to Charlie Flynn. While Installing -
T-top from a man In a van for$50.The for T-top. the T-top Carter broke the Carter who was arrested August M Oran wen also wrested Myra sp
and charged with the estimated value of the, T-top.was over Carter loaned his truck to Prevatt window. Back Into the truck Prevatt was released on his own by U.Jet Pssnpaty.+..l wan. sstat81JMML
thefts are David Robin Carter,21,Joe $500.Miller I t and the Juvenile who went to Ter-' ,,and the juvenile went and found two recognisance bond was set at$1.000." He .ass ........' ilia. esavr
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and a n year-old white male, theft and requested search warrant right side T-top of a Corvette, break belonging rito Vickie Teal three counts of grand then with bond
charged with grand theft. for additional arrests when more ing the window in the process. ,:took.The was successfully set at $1 000 for each count and two Aft e.4--sal antes. o psaBs...
Following-- the disappearance of-a T-tops were found missing.!' Carter said-.he would pay $50,for a installed on Carter's Corvette. counts of burglary with bond set at said Miller ,



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Starke Man Gets Jail Car Stolen In Starke Starke with the man driving it. August 29 Jeffery Lynn Hollman Ricky Bennett and charged: with taimdby DwralOisaly t.asrtsfar-
A 1979 Chevrolet Corvette, valuedat was arrested by Starke Patrolman .grand that Wuto.Hollman IsTbemji dereal..
For Selling PotA Recovered in Duval Co.A $10,500 was taken from Lake

Starke man was sentenced to five Jacksonville man has been arrested Chevrolet in Starke sometime August
27 or 28,according to Patrolman Paul
years with Department of Correctionsfor and charged with grand theft-
possession of more than 20 grams auto after Duval County Sheriffs Office Rhoden. The Corvette was recoved Luxeva Kit
Collagen Discovery
of cannabis Tuesday In Bradford recovered'ao vehicle stolen In August 28 in Jacksonville" and.a deaf-
mute ,
County Circuit Court. n..._ wan.arrestPd_ ___L_ .... FREE
fled Douglas Cribbs, 25, was also
$9.000 plus a 1$250 surcharge. FARM FRESH with 9.50 purchase of
Cribbs is to serve 364 days in Jail with any
the balance of time to be served on

probation.In sentencing. Cribbs,Judge John J The Rich American VelvetsNail
Crews said the "love of money
without working" was Cribbs' pro
blem. Glaze with ?mime Eye
Cribbs has 60 days to mitigate time Protein$4.00Sheer Up stkk, 'Itri1r11lrse Pencil S6.0O
in prison to probation. The Judge left Peas
open the possibllty of Cribbs not serving -
time If he paid his fine and filed a Powder
notice of appeal. Blackeyes II Blusher, s6cx
Assistant State Attorney Thomas '
Elwell said he will definitely opposeareduction 'r Zipper Cream $8.00 ,
in time to be served by
( Crowders

Starke Man ArrestedFor 1k .

Intoxication' 'By the Ib. or By the Bushel _

A Starke man found lying on the Mountain Grown r ''
side of the roadway at SR-16 and St.
Clair St.was arrested Saturday night Z Zs'"I
Tomatoes49Clb
by police.
Gary Glenny Phillips,21,was pass
ed out and smelled of alcohol, according -
to Patrolman Greg Nichols.
Phillips became disorderly when
questioned and was arrested and ,( I a Plush l'bardet.ritA
charged with disorderly intoxication. rPennsylvania'
Plush Brush.$12 JO
Phillips was released after he
posted a$50 cash bond.
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Yellow ,
Suwannee River salty S1lsdtote,fb.00Our

Authority to Meet Peaches Squash39C
luxurious makeup color collection
The Suwannee River Authority will
for fall makes you look and feel like a II 11\.1I\I1'" 1
meet Thursday, Sept IS, at noon at
the Western Steer Steak House. 49 millionaire. The PUre for the Cm.HM Fare.
The is invited to attend. Mr.
public
Ib.SEAFOOD. Perfect for rich fall fashions:Sable
Frank Slaughter, attorney of Live lb. 118 S. Thompson Street -.*s-7sS
Oak Is chairman.Martin Griner is the Velvet, Astor Amber,Black Sapphire. .
Union County representative and the Rich Chestnut Wall Street Greige,and Can YO1.*** .p..lAtMMIMW w9f-9Moks
host for this meeting. Cecilia Ter- 'FRESH > Ovaw wtrfc Our Maws PUll Calstsj.
in and them.
willigar is the Bradford County more. Come try
representative. 12 counties will be .
represented at this meeting.iCardofTnanl SHRIMPNorman's "

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We greatly appreciate the acts of -
kindness shown to our family duringthe
recent accident and boapltalltay
of our son and husband, Lloyd Thank Farm Produce
I you for the cards, the food the con- APPRECIATIONDAY
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prayers And
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ObituariesRuby ,
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I. Ulisson of Micanopy. Mrs. Winkler moved to Gainesville; one brother Jack Haxen Henry"Mac" McCormickHenry 350 F.& M. In lieu of flowers, contributions for 43 years. Mr. Plummer was' a
Mrs. Ruby Isabella Gllsson, 82 of Starke some 60 years ago with her of Starke; one sister, Miss Mary F. "Mac"McCormick,73,of may be made to the former resident of Hobart, Ind., move
Starke, died Aug. 31 in Lenoir, PLC. late husband, Austin Winkler. They Frances Hazen of Jacksonville and. Melrose died Tuesday. Sept. e, In Shrlners Morocco for Crippled ing to Keystone Heights four yean
'{ after a brief Illness. owned and operated Winkler Electric one grandson. North Florida Regional Hospital, Children, c/o Temple, P.O. ago. He was a member of the Fraternal
i, Born and raised In Starke, Mrs. until she retired and was a member of Funeral services were held Saturday following an extended illness. Box szoss Jacksonville!, Fl 32201.: Order of Eagles and the Catholic
Gllsson was the daughter of the late the First Christian Church of Starke. Sept. 3, at p.m. la Archer Born in Richmond County, N.C., Church.
Steve and Ella Wisham Carter, Survivors Include three daughters, Funeral Home Chapel with Rev Mr. McCormick moved to Melrose Stephen P.Sashoff Survivors include his wife Mrs.
former pioneer residents of Starke; Mrs. Julia UnderbiD! of Starke, Mrs. Leamon Ward officiating. Burial was nine years ago from Gainesville. was a widow of the late Calvin Glisson Merry Sheppard of Gainesville and held In Dekle Cemetery under the was In the restaurant business for Melrose, died Thursday evening, Hel.htlL; two' daughter, Mrs,
tr Ftarke and was a member of the Mrs. Martha Ann Smith of Jackson direction of Archer Funeral Home of. over 40 years, owning and operating Sept. 1, at his residence following along Patricia Henry and Miss Janet Pium-
l a uja Baptist Church. ville; three sons, Warren, Arthur and Lake Butler. several businesses In Gainesville ana Illness. mer, both of Jacksonville; one son,
Survivors include two sons, Everett George Winkler, all of Starker: three until recently owned and operatedMr. Born in Drenova, Bulgaria, Mr. Charles Plummer also 01 Jacksonville
GHsson of Hampton and Elmer sisters, Mrs. Susie Beaver of Starke, Mae's Family Restaurant Sashoff moved to the U.sT&1921,and ; one step-son William O.
Glisson of Jacksonville; five Mrs. Kittle Noppenstadt of St. Highway 21, Melrose. Mr. McCor- had lived In Melrose since Dec., 1980. Kastner of MerrUlvllle,Ind. and three
I daughters, Mrs. Edna Pressley of Petersburg, and Mrs. Alice Slaughterof Marlon Wiggins mick was a member of R.T.Schaefer Mr. Sashoff retired with 40 years of grandchildren.Memorial .
Lenoir, N.C., Mrs. Dorothy Parker of Taft Fla.; 11 grandchildren and 6 Marion Floyd Wiggins,80.died Sun- Masonic Lodge No.350, FAAM; York services ss a Professor of Electronicsfrom services for Mr. Plum-
Jacksonville, Mrs. Louise Parmenter great grandchildren. day, Sept. 4, at his home alter a sudden Rites Bodies, Scottish Rite Bodies the University of Florida was a mer were held Monday,Sept.:'R at 1:30
$iI of Starke, Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford of Funeral services were held Tues- illness. Morocco Temple and a past presidentof U.S. Navy veteran of World War II a.m. in St. Williams Catholic Churchin
;3 Kingsley Lake, and Mrs. Betty StarlIng day, Sept. 6,at 4 p.m. at the Chapel of Born in Alabama, Mr. Wiggins the Gainesville Shrine Club and and belonged to the Eastern Orthodox Keystone Heights with Father
of Marrero, La.; one sister, Mm. Archie Tanner Funeral Home In moved to Bradford County In his ear- was a member of Highlands Church. Michael Williams officiating Burial'
,. Susie Sibley of Green Cove Springs; Starke with Rev.Arthur Lee and Rev. ly life where he had been residing. He Presbyterian Church,, Gainesville. Survivors Include his wife Mrs. was private. Jones Funeral Home of
18 grandchildren and 25 great grand- Jim Countryman officiating. Burial was a cattleman and farmer, was a Survivors include his wife, Mr*. Mary Elizabeth McCollum Sashoff of Keystone Heights in charge of ar
children. was in Crosby Lake,Cemetery with member of the New River Baptist Mary L. McCormick of Melrose; six Melrose and one son, Robert H. Varyof rangements.
Funeral services were held at 2 Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Church, a member of Starke Shrine sons Archie McCormick of Panama City Fla.
I p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4'at the chapel at Starke in charge of arrangements. Club and member of Masonic Lodge Gainesville, Henry McCormick of Memorial funeral services were Esley Sitzer
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with No. 39 F4AM Starke. Jacksonville N.C., Eddie St. John of held Monday, Sept, S in-Ow-Unlted Mr. Esley Sitzer, 89, of Keystone
ry; Rev. Lester Austin officiating. Burial Doyle E. Hazen Survivors include his wife Mrs. Melrose, andJohn David and Jimmy Methodist Church of Melrose with Heights, died Monday afternoon Sept.
Xy was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery Doyle. E. Hazen S3, of Lake Butler Mans Andrews Wiggins of Brooker;, McCormick, all of i Lake Wlnot; one Rev. Ronald Dowman officiating. Sin Bradford Hospital, Inc. following,
::: under the direction of Archie Tanner died Thursday afternoon, Sept. 1, one sister, Mrs. Jewel Schnauss of daughter Susan Voliva of Japan; two Jones Funeral Home Cypress St. & a long illness. '
iS3 Funeral Home of Starke. after a long illness. Jacksonville; two brothers brothers, Grover and Dan McCormick Hwy. 100, Keystone Heights, in Born in New York, Mr. Sitzer moved
Born in Alachua County Mr.Hazen Lawrence Wiggins of Graham and of Deland; and one sister,Susan "r-charge of arrangements. In lieu ofWitm to Keystone Heights In 1960. 'He
Mrs. Bessie Winkler had lived most of his life in Bradford Norman Wiggins! of Jacksonville; and McCormick of Gainesville. 'contributions may be made to was a retired maintenance person
:& Mrs. Bessie Winkler, 83, of Starke, County.'He owned and operated the several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Thursday the American,Cancer Society; from the Standard Oil Company in
; died Saturday, Sept. 3, at North Lake Butler Farm Center In Lake Funeral services will be held Fri Sept. 8. in Highlands New York and was a U.S. Army
:S3: : Florida Regional Hospital, Butler and was a member of the First day at 11:00 a.m. in the New River Presbyterian Church with Rev. Emmett S.Plummer veteran of WWI. He was a member of
** Gainesville, following an extended 11fi of Lake Butler. Baptist Church with Rev. James William E. Shea officiating. Burial Emmett S. Plummer, 74 of the American Legion In Keystone
:: ::: lness. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Countryman and Rev. Lonnie Parker' will be in Hawthorne Cemetery under Keystone Heights, died Friday.Sept.: Heights and was of the Methodist
:?; Horn and raised In Mlcanopy, Mrs. Faye Ward Hazen of Lake Butler; two officiating. Burial will follow In the the direction of Johnson-Hayes 2, in Gainesville. after an.extended U- faith.
:ft: Winkler was the daughter of the late sons, Ralph E. and Richard W. family mausoleum in New River Funeral Home in Gainesville. lness. No local funeral arrangementswere
5 Owen George and Callie Cook Hazen, both of Lake Butler his Cemetery under the direction of Ar-' Masonic rites will be performed at A retired Inspector for U.S. Steel made. Burial will be Rochester,.
gs Ferguson, former plorwr residents mother, Mrs. Jettye! M. Hazen of cher Funeral Home, of Lake Butler. graveside by R.T.Schaefer Lodge No. Corporation where be was employed ,New York at a later date.

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bout on moll ADVIRTtSINO
Super lunar TIOM facing' Lowr.nceBlvd. klGION HALI..Sr-21: WILL PAY CASH For LIVING ROOM SLHTI
lake Kitchenequipped : should betubmlned Your MAINES INSUBANd AOBN Couch
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complete, ....up with two VANS New 1983 Alto' s.v.rallarga of-
Saturday, 7 Public In Lak. u.ad"tie home. |oveeat, chair recllner.Alo .
p.m. Roy Avanue,
heat, A/C. Nice 20 Region/ Monitor office CVi 160 S. lake
TS-X9 ipeoken. :2 Planer Van. V-fl automatic for In ofbuilding
Chevy > flee rent
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vited. 7/7 tfnchg. In Powell 496-3377. TFN. lx dining reamet.
large wood.d lot; ox. door ipeakeri, '2 transmission with overdrive facing Flamingo. writing and paid 'In advance Lake Butler' 496-3978,
ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS $200.00. 1/S
300/mo. R..... 473-7316 Pioneer power box unit' power leering, Call 473-3411. 9/1 tfnchg Clos.dm..tings union credit I is 3 M FURNISHED HOUSE OK Complete mfuronce Ser KINMORI RIFMOUATOaPRIIZIRi .
after 6 9/8 ItpdCOMMERCIAL oleady established .. TFN.
p.m. and Pioneer equaliser. brake winedown with MOTILE HOMI
power power PARTIALLY FURNISHEOl3BR. Monday 8 p.m. this office.. In or near 17.2 Cubic foot.
corner of PROPERTYon Lawr.ne.Blvd. $500. "Price negotiable. Call power door locks. .. I K bath mobllohome Open m stings Friday 8 MONITOR STAFF CANNOT lake Butler. Call ((904)) 30 galeHotpoInt hot
473-2183 after 7 p.m. Panotonlc sound syst.m In Melro/ area. Large p.m. Alanon Monday 8 M HELD 929-9995 or write James REAL woes .heater Poreelondow
and Flamingo near RESPONSIBLE FOR
SR-100 and SR-21 Intenec' 9/8-15 2tchg tilt wheel running board, porch. Reipontlble coup!. p.mi. All me.ilna.at Educational MISTAKES IN CLASSIFIEDS Allen Wilson ",. 2. Box ESTATEw cabinet top s.v.ral will-
a... SLIDI-IN CAMPS 4 captain, chair and couch. wanted. 4751368. 9/1 Community 143 DO, Green
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lion .-*.paral. office compl. WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER *, large out win.
STOVII, Ice box S6OO.Negotiable.
....*; corner lot with en* Call 473-3917 Beautiful Interior and with exterior tfnchgCOMPUTILT- Church 473-2790 or THE TELEPHONE! ing. Fl' 32043. /08 2tchg LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL daw .and door Phone
: ; of $14,400 and PURNISHCDl3BR. 475-2130..7/7 Ifnchg Classified 9/15 PROPBBTVf 4963572. ltpd 9/8.
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building. Owner financed ..tpdWAIHlaD.Y. Soar dual air. top of the line, ., 2BATH home on OVEREATERS Tuesday noon prior to don't 'have N. I'M find It 1971 POllOI 9/4 ten, 168, 4, :
: with low Inl.'.* rat.. Call avocado SI 5,900. Compare at Gatorbone Lak., with, ANONYMOUS No due, Thursday publication.Minimum HELP Jut .*... JANE S. USHEX.RIALTOR. op..'. good. e.ndhton, '
473-4920 or 473-3411 9/1 Kenmore green. $2IOOO. lIlt percent' bankfinancing. fireplace. Available fee or w.lgh ''n. Oponms.tingI charge-I I. 15 496-2126. or 81,800. c.I4II....,. Itpd
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or September l'through May Tueiay'l, 7:30 WANTED
Ifnchg word for $2.73 then 10 496-2903, eve"Your 9I.FROST.
17436739. 9/8 Itchg Onlneivllle' 3320903. 9/1
31. S400/month. Keystone Church
J:::IN MILROSIt By owner, Educational cent for each word Union County eolror.." FREE ojeejomATORif123.waher
IS ;38,., 2Bth., concrete blockS tfnchg Height R.alty, 'Inc., Building, Ih..aafter.PERSONAL. REAL ESTATE LICENSING, In 80411. '110, dryer
:' :hom, AC/CH on M acre.Swan YARD SALE 1989 STUMPKNOCKIRlflbergloH REALTOR 4734961. 9/1 Keytlone Height' Lake City IRM School. of (75 two year old matching
: lake acc..., paved bow boat, 35 hp tfnchg1M. 4732790.' 7/7 tfnchg Real i...... Phone washing' and dryer $250
;road. Many extra, In 40'.. GARAGE SALES In trolling, motor. Rigged complete .. 2BATH HOME ON 3 BINGO lion* Club actor 755-4006. TFN 7/14 PERSONAL double bed $73 sofa $23
Key-tone full cover extra ACRES' $325/month. from Thigh, chool.
475-1803. 8/11-9/15 6tchg SERVICES SERVICES lav. coat $25. cjoueen.'
lORAPfSl U-PIck open everyday Height' Saturday. Sept. clean, Ilk. n.w. Must tee Available September 7. Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 p.m.; FOR RENT b.draom'.ult.. $230

7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lilly 10 two block tooth of red to appreciate, .. $3,675. Keyiton' Height Realty Regular 7:30 p.m. Public DORMAN WILL, AND'StPTtCTANKPackage dinette *.. $75. Phone
light. Clothe.. furniture 473-7198 or 1-396-4868. Inc., REALTOR 473-4961. Invited. 7/7 Ifnchg. CARPENTRY AND
Vineyard Florohome, ___ TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING deal; well 752-0277. Itchg t/I:
6592121. 8/25-9/15 4tchg TV. Itchg 9/08 '.Ifnchg 9/1 tfnchg MASONRY WORK MACHINIS FOR RINTi drilled., water pump, new PLANT 'SALES Colodlum
PITS. .'C.. P.r."_'., SAT.. MPT. lOt 9 a.m. till. 1 DOOOI POWER KAMI 6 HELP Building patio, addition. Union County Time 150 Inctalatlon of Coptic tank 1.50 to $3.50. oH large
X 4 short bed
I Cock-e-tlel, 'Incl..., Corner Clover lane and pick-up LOSTFOUNDFOUNDS WANTED remodeling home and tile Main Street Lak. Butler. drain field and .left Mo landscape plant. $3 to
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Can_. Amazons Me- Ridge 5'..,. Sm. appliances cylinder, power wheel work. Fr.. animate*, Phone 496-2261 for Information tier,. MobIl. home pole 17.SO, Contrary Mary'.
Caw*, '...ye..,... eh. .'. household good,. mile*, ipoke Extra nice,. Aint./ '. chang. Phone 473-4473 during day. TFN 10/1 available. All work Garden SR 121 LaCro....
FRII pupplee end kit.tens. office desk solo bad, and 28,400$6,500. 473-7321 after 2:30: puree, 'lot In area of city AM YOU LOOKING FOR A 9/1 HnchgCARPENTER MOBILE HOMES Two very guaranteed. call Tommy Phone 462.1361.Itchg.
Pet eupplle also much mor. 9/8 tchg tennis court Deicrlbe GOOD HOME We are WORKS nice mobIl. home for Dorman 273-2151. UFN LIVING ROOM SUITE Couch

:, ...11.,1.. 47 .27.0. 'e'. SAT.I Sept 9-10 from 9 p.m. 9/81tpd puma and content by callIng lolling for a good Remodeling work, kitchen rent. No Pet*. Phone 8/11 IOV0 soot. chair* nad,.....
./..,, 3tchg19BO a.m. till. Crystal Lake S. E. 473-4563. cook/housekeeper to car. cabin.* and trim carpentry. 962842.chg: 9/1 PAWN SHOP Early bird Alto six l chair and dinning
SUZUKI OJ IIOOs and 47th, C18. Follow WANTED LOST Jun. 18, white cock for four1' adult. In large Reatonoble price Call varl.ty. South 123 and Andrew room sot $200. fIh-
Good condition. Call after 5 .ign*. Furniture, bicycle a-lll with y.llow crest end country" home. Will'" provide, 473-2477 after 5:30: p.m. Subscribe Today I Street, Glen. St. 496-3096. Itpd 91.Classffed ,
j.m., 4732919..9/tltpd_ mlKelloneou 9/8 Itchg USED VIDEO OAMR TAPES orange cheek Aniwer to"Charlie" room, board and alary. -9/1 HnchgCARPENTRYI UNION COUNTY Mary .Phone 259-6598.
for Intellevltlon., 4734648. Call Installations
Reward. Call 12829392. 9/1.22 repair value.
TIMES We buy anything of
MCEDWOn 8/4 tfnchg 473-7718 or 4681406.Classified 4tchg > door, window 4-chg 8/25 9/1
MATURE ISPONSIBlll. cabinet' helving, 496-2261
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S acre. .. L.-, .r_. WOULD UKI TO BABYSITt In Ads
female work full Call (
to or part partitioning paneling.
Fenced peiture, kern SOUTH; ... my home day or night. 243
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time. Bartender Call 473-2520. 8/11-9/1 4tpd
garage end utility *....... .. _.:... Ads 473-2643.9/8 1 tpd CARPET AND VINYL 'Paying Cash SVV 3rd Avenue.. Phone Get Results

Pelble 4 acre. addltlenel. 0I LUXURY UVINO \ Get Results, NEED BO1IAMI PERSON to repair and 'Installation 'orAluminum 496-2805. Itchg 9/8. .

i. I lake Hampton (....,1... care for elderly lady by the Free mtlmate Ten year -
IRA FAULKNER REALTY 3 BR 9 BA. Many .....*. day or_k. Room board experience. Call 473-4217 cans
'64- ,_. EXCELLENT PRICE and salary' : Call 475-2429 and a.k for Craig. 9/1 27 Chats Per Lb.
far this BR 1V4 BA cia alter 5 p.m. ok for Alma. tfnchg Copper, brew T
r. .5061m IRA FAULKNER REALTY IRA .AUlICNEllIIIALTV home en 1 oer. .. Can't beat 9/8 Itpd RETIREMENT HOME AND Every Wednesday IE Y R1a "M BIM
I 96..5065j '", .5061 et til.000. HAIRSTYLING CENTER
Beginning 24
... m Aug.
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I m IRA FAULKNER REALTY I Subscribe I All under on. roof. OFFER. Behind Croeerovd.: Bar. THE OFFICE
wr ING: Certified nursing
ii-1 : .. .61 aobsHAMPTON InteractionSR1118
t FISHERMAN'SEHlcl.ncy! i *IMK> halo d Call Doris assistance and CPR trained SR10O

0".... Lake 1 1.13"II 473-2210 staff; 24 hour sup rvlsion 1 Morrh..f. Florid.R.cycl.n SHOP

Brooklyn. Shaded. lot. I, I LOVELY ...... for senior citizen; hot
}I...... lendmark. The Per REDUCED '0. meal; day w..k, or long I 964-5764

rymen .-.. Beautiful C/B. 3 BR, 2 BA AREA stevo Broadway r term May; STYLING CENTER MB
ERA FAULKNER REWtrrm" -- home. ....... .c.. 20 acre*. Beautiful :' i for the public; pr elslonstyling .
,,. property. 10 plus for andwomen
SERVICEi m.n
I ERA FAULKNER REALTY acre*. Well. septic. duck i TREE .
and hair.
"mLAWTEY r" 'u.5065 ERA FAULKNER REALTY pond and hade tree*. i i "Removal ; perm ,
I coloring. SR-325: Hampton
; 1 New
i '- Jnwlo.1r .'. I I m .50U m I i, Trimming 468-2619.9/1 tfnchg breakthroughfor

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ACRESly'fRL MMIO i IRA FAULKNER REALTY :i Stump Removal SEWING MACHINES sifting comfort ..

1..Q ) r... "A11os' ,'...5065 ''I''I !,i Tree Estimates. RIPAIRIDiAII mo.... anywhere. i i
: CALL ST. 4 m
UI ; cleaned, oiled and ad-
In Graham area.acne. I; :2 E .pa_ hou.. Reduced 'I COUNTRY CLUBBUILDING 1.3,1[ .Firewood (uited. $13. Work Life-like elastomer absorbs pressure ?. -

to $13,900. ,! LOT ..AllO** 473-4732 guarantaed. James like natural body padding. -

: ERA FAULKNER REALTY ,1 !! ..A.AULKNEIIIIIALn :' Over. one ...... Tree. .1)V(Jrd AC- After P.M. J' Strickland corner Morgan All Bath Tub
Rd. and 16. Storke.
Hwy.
Owner .
t61.5065 'I I 64.I06S m financing.ERA lot of tree. with 1 M, 1 Keystone Heights
7/14 tfn r.

m ."' t _? IMDUGCER BA C/B home. 179,800. I Licensed ft Insured. .J.JH RAILS

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1 HOUSE .AULKNE.IIIALn IRA FAULKNER REALTY ._ ,. .. ._ ,. eonrm._' .
'6.'aobs '''.5')65 tj .tv. ,
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Beck of Starke Motor Inn. -
ARIA n*. jl.ow. ...i, ' "'f' lQ .I8r F
r"..* H.. h. Brick., $45,000. y } "A : > .
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bunding.n..1 .
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ERA FAULKNER REALTY CRA FAULKNER REALTY ,. Cdrpitt ling: Service ocIiiS
'61.50'5 De
: 44-SO S IN COUNTRY 10 ACRES "r '- p 964-4439
CIMCULAM Day POAM'MITHOOr
IB : Large home with 40-80 Join Country Club. Owner
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: financing.ERA I Omega 5000 ushlon "
ecre* Kitchen eppllence ,
: ___j1A110.! ': r OsokH ( k ,
JfwUO.i .a i.4733U57Kw..on. ovaBabl otyouttpeneo......",

COLEY RD. N R FAULKNER REALTY Work O.rnr.1.-d .H-rfght.. n..
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Older frame ho..... To bar I. '...5065
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....a........ Nlc. 1 I.... lot. : .....9 I MA "ULKNEIIIIIALTY C"1 'SSEAUTIPUL M m. ALLTHIIXTRASIn Subscribe Today 1 ATKINSON'SHome "mi

j : rr rn this beeutlful brick,
u\ Nfcrffii ::: veneer .h...... Con LAKE' REGION Health Care :

ERA FAULKNER REALTY ..I i t. IRA FAULKNER REALTY i! ..MIO>*' OWNER FIN. vacuum, ......... disposal 'MONITOR 130-A West Call Str* ,t Stark.. Florida ;
D.W. trash. 473-2210
94505m .::1 '6.-aoba Well epMc.. elect pole. compactor -

: : I ACRE One acre out of town. washer B d"... B ecre. .. '. ..=...----- -- --- .'
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IB( I ra Let of hade tree*. 179 ERA FAULKNER REALTY pool with deck. rail fence

....-.... 1-...... built, -.5065 with Iron gate et entrance '.
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"0.':. _- IAIIOII ... Custom owning. m ,, 0 steel) et $108,800. StarkeAds PERSONALS PERSONAL PERSONAL

LAKE ACCESS 2V4 ACRESSlnglewlee PfAtlQff* 1 jr*. _......,.. I -,. RVICESCHAIN SERVICES SERVICESGLASS

Very nice DW with extra wHh '.. built ERA .AUlKNIIIIIIATY IRA FAULKNER RRALtY,141EOSS -
One acre. $39,900. l en. Plus '.P. 111.100.IIIA.AULKNEII.IALn. 564.5065CLOSE P.IMIS"ICo"tol 4 LINK PENCE Intalled. ""'NTRY' WORKS; Addition CUT TO ORDER

m *.... Appro I Free estimate HandyMan *. .cr.... porche, Door, window, ....
1.13 2.... with 1500....ft.metal I. m" Subscribe Fence Co., owner* repair. 9646232. tpd JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. -

: _.. _" "9" bldg. ...... Tommy fteddl.h. 964-8359. ./OBIILL'IIAW 9646078. Orders aha
ERA.AULICNIIIIIEALTY __ '*'.5065 .0-: 6/09 1230DRAINFIBLD
I -- Today I SHOP Complete token In lake Butler.
961.6063 rn TO STARKI Ar ROCKS Bldg. sharpening service; elrculor 496.3079 and Keyetone
m t j I I. 6 acrs with peca.. has.Daubl.wld. ERA FAULKNER REALTY MOCKER sands, llmerock. top (....1. hand carbide, chain, Height, 473.1973.2/26 the

-._ .. .MMioi* .MH. Old. barn .... S BR, 1 BAJn; town Good T HE TSi: Large or mall load. Ph. mower blade hollow FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS ,
.'''''0'' older. Farmall tractor 8.dlc. financing evalleble.f 1 :SARA| P VVVeWn OTHVe 782-3172. BRADFORD ground .and balonc.d.L I
-ili: .5065m UMIROCK SALES tfn 7/14 at Jackson Building 144.. W. Call St.'

JUST REDUCED wl'11'q JY.b-. IRA -f 1 BRA.AUlicN.IIIALTY IXPBRIINCID PAINTER ,Supply ...Starke. KeytoneHeight 944.70* ,
FAULKNER REALTVm
Beautiful ow M.H.. barn roeest.Il'R' ." = tA FAULKNER REALTY IAIIOC 94-SOS Neat work. Interior or ex or lake Butlerf ,.Open '

workshop I.. porch "61 a06SCROISY I terior. Free eitlmate*. 'FNchg __. T.W.T. t p HI IdS .
13'.toO. Will consider ef- l DUPLEX TXB.BROOKIR ra Reasonable rote*. with ....-, AM M 1 PM '

..... I IRA FAULKNER REALTY64SOtS : m. or could" used for 4. BR ., 'Jf. ....'0.. I good reference.. Call Classified Ads App.lnf.m.wis17Mn

...,... home. Qoe to chool. 964:51OB tfrt Get Results Always No..ry'

IRA FAULKNER REALTY rn"A"O. I Owner financing.ERA r ,
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LAKE axC TlRMS
i '64.5065 mIe .' LOT 'AULKNIIIIIIALTY Doublewlde'aii. lot. 'tc io,.... Iran,. '--. BRADFORD. SEPTIC SEftVtCIiReildentlol ,
r- pump-out
1..13 TRIPLEX Restricted erea. Fe mobile. '.4-505 ERA REALTY Priced et $20,000. Mobile Home I 855, we alto re-lay drain.

...uup'! home 100 f........ onlaic. m FAULKNER" line. 9641121. 11/18 Ifs
i I' ro ., partially cleared. with 61. sobs m I IRA FAULKNER REALTY Roof WANT TO DRINK?
: r:, .. Owft II nc w ....._.,. Owner flnenc* y' ......"0.. Coating; THAn YOUR BUSMCSS,

{ BROWNIES RD. ver%_ I I. .Isg with low down par i' '.1.13.....0.. 106lm $23.81 (S gallons) WANT TO 1T0PtYHA"
': 1 BR. 2 BA C/I .. Broker owner.IRA NlQ DW.MH A
........ DURRANCX PUMP M4-704I ouaAlcahauca
II........... Apprex. ec. FAULKNER REALTY On 3% acre. *. Kitchen. fur ,"itsW5 11.r. Pf wllO.. .i iI A..II,....... ._
w 644065j ERA FAULKNER REALTY n''....... Ben Franklin Move, .AVI 864 N.Temple Ave.........Plat: '...-..110 j 964-8634
IRA FAULKNER REALTY [m] m. 9 4-S065 ether fumrrure.IRA Severe! nice terme'et phi., 9664894 .'

94805P j. D3 Hme. Plea** cell for '- -- I .s* ALANON'FAMILY
Pf. ."0. FAULKNER REALTY motion' '!?* -, "i 1 ,. R/sl/.sSd fny I IIIA.AULKN..IALTY ( GROUP
m I i ...... 4-50(5 : (* I
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*! PIMIO'- raIN 964S06I'tki HELP WANTED'Hom.boundHospital ./11-'''tpd
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LAFAYETTE -._ ,
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OVER 100 AC .n. .1 I.B "
l6006
Handyman ceeclel. B i
SARATOGA HOTS. I .let only Stt.BOO or "hour X Of 1 land In ....., a,... LA : J1] E) _"'0''' foachor PolBtlon -|
WHYlerge .' .
.""S 187 *... ft. Cia home.wet and 1 .*. for 11,900. : Will divide e* email e* IBec. .11:' I I"fiII available with that" i Clay Count
bar R '.P. 8 ........ Owner financing. C/B home en 1 ec. "kW.J : I
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; School Board for certified 18
; teacher
I Stone flreplece. Aboveground .. .... Y MAN K-12 C@ ;
I paoI. --::---: ........ .mica_ city 1st.IINIT'iA |(any area).
IRA FAULKNER REALTY .: ., ..... Ern .. i
IRA FAULKNER REALTY I'i IRA FAULKNER REALTY t- .. / ltlre7,100. For Information contact. Exceptional l! "
I 544'50U IRA FAULKNER REALTY HWYIOOS. FAULKNER REALTY
IRA
;..* .'64-S06S T61assJ. Child Education Office. 284-6500,1 .
'. m I : m <*'-05 4 BR, 2 BA. $02.800; H4-S06S :
m m : FAULKNER REALTY 2-8100. or :473-201U
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STARKI ft. LIVING 20 A..FARMwith lend end building. Ii"!' I w JARTRAN TRUCK ft TRAILER Rf ENTALTruckRaM.il'-,' ". -
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J !;, ApprexImetWy 1900. t at Its 1178 Ig. elder home, : 3 "Jriis .
living area, ..... guru..ee I Beet.-Appro-i. : remodeled. Plenty of Con buy without eeulp ,,4| ., U.900 I
*4|. ft.C/B .home he.14x14crn. ........ I .crs wt'1<< .
fenced e oi.
levely. ,. -II .,d asssf.ne.d *. /
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pane. Many extra LOCAL ONE WAY "
.hw.Akshop.ERA ,
{ werkihoe.IRA *. ......... 1 yr.warr a workshop. 4 shod PINt TOSI INN tOn FAULKNER MALTY .
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_FAULKNER T64..0"REALTY t" IRA FAULKNER I REALTY'l6M606S '!, i! IRA FAULKNER REALTY 55J. '*'.5065 !J y;;\' W ., :; j
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m. I"I' p m ;i' m ....''o. ',1"1 :eCwstom, cqulppvcl-most with"i"CIuto. trantmli, ., bucket.; .eota,..,
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COMMIROAllLDO.Up IN 30. -"- Of land III Hampton _. '.W'--;;;:; r .24 hour road s.rvlc*. 7 days a wo.'kKen's .
.. Believe > M ,... 5R. 1% 117 ACRES E. ,
tewn. Oeee? .. .. .. .. r Seme tree, let .f Sew 8513 r
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CH/A. 4788 ....ft. BA. CH/A. carpet fenced ; t i-.I from Ceuntiy Clula.I hlglnway. rang.. A....... IH'A.:wh* I

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CLASSIFIBD' AoviRTisirM lOSTl ,..... Walker' Peg. .RABBITSi Satan t N.w YOUNG DIM WALKII 18 FT, ORIPF' : 140 hp. -. ,

should be wbrnltted/ to the Whit. w/brown 8 yellow Zealand. Far p.'" DOGs. |1 month* old. Mercury eng. Power trim cl_. No I
Bradford County Telegropt marking ..y'* pet breeder or m_. $3.00 964-8375 after 4 p.m. 9/01 tilt tnrikw. All for $...500. no ; l/7'tiifleai"
office In writing and paW 96<1.M20. Itchg 901MISaLLANEOU and up. 6 mile $. 301 ofStark. 2tpd 919.GOOD 9o4-S2 or.....112. 9/01 of .to.... | .
In advance unle .: ... "15.
credit UMtablUhad Phone BHIIOtNO JACKASI .1$ rr; FWIROLAU 'CACCK 9/08

already this office. wild $ 8/18 4tpd./OI' for lale. Russell GreenJr. .40! hp. Ivlnrude motor and! PURNISH80 REALTY
THI ORAPISi U-Plck. Op.n ., Rt. 1, Sox 280 ....1....... All excellent room '
TIL10RAPH STAFI everyday 7 AM til 8 PM. Breaker, Fl 32622. 9/01 7B2-3<<151. ...
CANNOT 88 HELD MSPON.tIMI IHAVI $1848 and deed to Lilly' Vineyard.. 2tpd 915'HoUSIHOl.D condition. Many extra MOBILE

FOR NUSTAKU IN mortgage receivable Florahome, Fl. Phone ITEMS. ......... 00." for fishing. or nlihed, t'
CLAMiniDS WHIN AD MTAKIN ($32.000)) that pay$307.00monthly. 659-2121.1125 5tpd 9/32 $150; apt. .. go* stove. pleasure. $1290. Ph. cleaning ) PHONE 934.7776..ETER )
OVER THI Would Ilk* to RID WIOOUR "IHINOWOIMII50.11.501 $1251) wringer washer,$75: 9644191.01 2tpd 9/19 tail mo. 4 '
TtllPHONI. purchase (oka place ,In | apt. slie dryer, $65) sulkheadboard Call after LLlgsg' 209 N. Temple, Stark.
Clalf led deadline TOES Keyttone or Stark. 100-S2.73 200-S5.00; wood queen WHELP; 9/08

DAY NOON prior ta 964-8671 after 8 p.m. 6/30: 900-$12.00. W. dig them, $45)) side by// side refrlg. ':WANTED '
'Thursday publication.' tin you pick them from bed. $200) 23 cu. ft. ..chestfreeier One *SPECIAL* *
Minimum charge li IS Bring container like new, $185;: 9/0e
word. for $2.79 than' 10 I Matey', 782-3392. Across In REAL IITATIIALUPIOI'LI. S Bit from horn. Excellent
BUSINESS elec. stove, $100; apt. (
centelor each word treat E. of Pot Office, .gas ,_. $..,) wood SchatarwHp _lIobI.ERA fofunllcerwed MINT. condition. Off Rd. 100 I., SI

-Sr. OPPORTUNITIESWILL joining property N.;of Faith stave, $50): gal heater, 'Faulkner Ream/penon 964-9065. .tlonlng.' 22nd Av. 2 lot. 129x210 ft

Boptlit Church lawtey. '$50; metal bed frame, $10: .10/28 tm 6 p..... ./ 16bUO.hn.gln. $15.000 CASH
YARD SALE 8/25 "tpd15 10-.p..d bike, $50.. HOUSI
SILL. LINT OR Colt. Mil ,TO SHORTAOI OF
FROZEN FOOD CASE,
BUILOi Will olw '- 14851042. Itpd 9/08 UVIJi am._ positions nlhed 2
machine Sluihla machine RIO. BRAHMA awl VA 964-5559. 711 MADISON STl 8R h._ w/_ real.Clow .
SUMMER SALE S.pt. I 1 1 Two acre on 301, 4 rolls. new available. Santa' In aam.
live bolt tub. 964-4029.
through Sept.19. 10X ofgasswar.t south ol Stark. yr*. old. $7501 holstelrholler | .Toy /Glfh) need to be everything. $39.000 with. owner fm.
9/01 2tchg 9/OB w/colf, excellent' MAGNOLIA HOTILl Sterke landmark with 35.rm .. q
MX oil 1-813-689-8011. 9/01 4tpd. hewn to the public
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SOS SALES
HAY $1.50 p.
topeitry; Clothe. 2SX offAl '/22OWN milk cow, $900, through November.. Call : .. 23 bath 11.847 III. It. Clean' Room
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.o bargain 'throughout YOU. OWN. bale. You pick ul>> In Held. 1-485-1042. Itpd 9/08 Overt. Collect. 4851062. sAT LASTI The perfect cemblnotloft-Good.looking
473-3305 after 9 9/01
the tore. Bryan'i This I Sportiwear, Infant-" 2tpd 9/0e p.m. WATER COOLERS 5 gal. of 9/01 3tchg 9/08 home ft ireat ....ge. One el our lint;

That Variety Shop corn Preteen, Ladle. Apparel ,ALIOA HAY Top quality, flee type. $69.00.9644016 PART TIME SSCRITARYl Firs'P..tttel.n BY residence on 33 .... Split rell lenc 8 3 modem.flreplece. .
.14 ft 301 964-4029..9/01 Combination. acceoorl-. and round ,, Itcha Church. 9 "'n.. Rick ... Hewing. ............ Nerve:
bales Clalr St.
,-. 2tchg 9caGARAGE or Quality Children Furniture square larg. and heavy.: Can 901CARS ......' v 1 p.m. .Monday horn CH/A. 1320 ft. en Hwy. Ml. |
tAlli In KeyMom Stare. National deliver. In trailer load Wedn..doy..FrIcIav<. Need SICIUDCO SPACIOUS. IMMACULATE 3 M 2;
Height Saturday. Sept, brand: Jordaoha Chic. Square bale, 'S2.Z9; &TRUCKS typing tfclll.Call III 5 p.m..' new.. : '10. L.. Lg.-kitchen. F* w/flreplece. 2....' one.:;;
i 10. two Mock south el .... lea levl Vanderbilt had Round, $75.00. M.L. Conner ..-p, 964-7937. no onewer.. 135500.. gar., Bterege bent, shed. 8 ...--... 180x202::
light. Clothe*,, furniture. Gunne Sax Calvin KleIn, :.31',outoi: call 961.7236.9/05 Ifn -...-
Stork. 964-9322.9/01 1974 DOOOI 4X4i lot. $49.837" ..u.... n4... SP 82.000. :
TV. ttchg 9/08 fprlt Zena. Ocean "tpd 9/22 run and pulls great POSITION Opening far BY THAT SPECIAL HOUSI- a.. 2 ii BA.Sweeping:
Ilia BRADFORD $T,. Thur. Pacific Brlttanto Ivan Pic. FIRIMANThe' City el labor ( )
FRISH SHRIMP for your $1500. Call.964-8503. 8/11 staircase nits to End Mary, Pelle window fenb..utyb.st :;
F.... Sot. ft Sun. a.m. tll con. Healthtex, 300 fr....'. Pleace call 4tchg 9/08 Stark will accept application Bedroom Inflation, fireplace 30n22::
7? Saratoga Height, Itpc other..$7,900 to $24,500.: 76 CHIV MAMBUi ,4-dr for the paelHon of comer .
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28+9755. Green Cove SpfIng at The W...... Country Chtb. $ .000;
9/011 Inventory 01"_. treln- 9/01 9/22 Like iww. 4 out. $1450. Fireman" < through October ........ arage
4tpd .Irt SP S19S.800.
'. PORCH SALT Sat., 9 a.m. tlT Ing. fixture grand,...,- EQUIPMENT 7'2-33Or..1 tpd 9/08 12.1983. Minimum Re- to Illne** .sum. mtg. et '
? 424 Mable St.. by .......,. Ing etc.Mr. Kotecky((901)1: )( SIAUTY Combo SHOP 75 SONNMLLPONTIACi. godr.m..tst ._........ 9/01 tfn WOULD SILL OR LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUYi;'
hllnghampoochain
', New 2 M,2 SA.dbl.. Brick home prime
garage.
Funeral Home. Hoc. 327-8031. 9/08. 8 AUUHe.Ablllty
op Itpd shampoo \ choir 93,000 ....0. ''!III... One, rrNle
.. location. Mlmara Dr. Ft. lure {
and follow oral
Dlla a houware.' $1300. 782-3307. "vndentand ,
bean used two own.r. .
new never ; COMFORT of 3 BR.BA 2'
? tchg 9/OB WANTEDAXLU styling chair. cine chair 8mo Itpd 9/08 Grid written, IItI.ructIonIlAbility .S BR 2 CHARM AND dearly wtrdltian.l"Nr.pl.c. pow :
>. .SAT.. SIFT. |0t Linen. trvndl. -' *. old; two shampoo '78 CHIV. MONZAi 2-dr.. 4 to act quickly and your In.. stucco In Ceawty Iteto* ;
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", b.d. and athei bowl two combo peed. Air P/S. P/B. calmly In emergencies .A pretty kitchen.
-'household Item. :GrlHU t TIRUi Two axle ) onedryercholr 63.000 mile. $1300. i Ability to .loom to operate BOTH TOWN COUNTRYi Brick homo, 3 BR, 2'BA
: Loop. 2nd railroad eras and four tire*. Highest dryer/chair-I... than 6 7823307. Itpd 9/08 .' end maintain firotlgritlncj VA CH/A. Ig. lot en .... 230.

Ing. Itpd 9OBfW. prlc. -paid. Oraen'e mo*. old. $500. 964-4556 '7S PLYMOUTH FURYl 1 dr. equipment: Working COUNTRY UTATft Immaculate 3 BR CHI A.-
..a SAT f Ml,ft 731 Welding Shop. 301 South after 6 964.51.... 9/01 custom. Run. good.-$173.. knowledge of the L........ en 2'.' acre. ClII..9OO..LOCATIONLOCATION. .
tmereleiid' $f. i....... Irain. Starke. ft.961.5001..7/01 4tchg 922ARMIES p.m., 782-3307.' Itpd 9/08 ''QOQQTOpny. and. first patton 3 a.. 2 8A facing Goth:
....... cksho..ddia IStchg 10/27 MUTUAL IX. 1974 BUCK LISABRIii One < el the cltyt Iornoknowledge eou....Custom drape_c. gar.,greenhoue.j
end. Itpd ./MIN USED ALUMINUM Willing to CHANGE Cow Manure 20 own.,. good condition.. of hydraulic Great view. Ow_ financing. .
N. ORANGE fri. Sat.,,.' tear down building for It. lb. bog $1.90: potting toll, $700. Phone 964-8784. Itpd and of the construction of ; SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARMt Appro 34

.Sop 9,'10. 9-4 p.m. HOUM 964-4308 after 7 p.m. 9/01 8 lb. bog. 89':'Hone tack. 9/08 lire "pump: Working acre,2 homes.4. chicken houses,pecan groveJImproved
Item. cloth.. hanglnc CHRISTIAN MOTHER OF' It IOX off. 964.7871 Itchg ISIS FORD RANOIRi knowledge of the rule' posture; close to city limit SR 230A
lamp, wood or coal Would Ilk'* to take core of SALIi 4-ipeed Iran.,. ''tinted and regulation* ol thedeparlmant 'ft 100A. '
CLOSE our PLANT
.hating """ .>. and ml c your child..Well providedlunch. Everything half priceHwy.. glass A/C AM/FM and of general HARD TO BIIHV8 BUT TRUE 3 BR. 2 BA Itrlck.L. ..
tpd 906SIDEWALK 2 snacks a day and 18 a Hampton. Look' for cassatta. $500 and auum lira fighting method and .1976 .. DR. K. P......... .....000.
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; SAlIt Wemterr lot of TIC. 96<1-<1301I. 9/01 signs on display.. Itpd 9/08 paymant Coll 9644056 at lachnlquo: maintain Ability effective w/CH/A. QUIIT RETREAT ON 1 Ac. .. 84th St. oft St. Rd.
Thur.. Fri. ft cat. 2tchg 9/08 eitoblUh and
Auto.
YELLOW COUNTER TOP 4682526. 9/08 2tchg 9/15 with Good It-Beard ft barton _."'eII.... 3 BR, 2 BA at'tractive
'.5. ".00 watches, llhlng CHRISTIAN M-YR. OLD girl built-in electric/ 'tapp 1978 CHEVY IMPALAt.350 relattomhlp and Itpd / kitchen. ........... .
tackle furniture,! ,. te babysit children In Department member
toy your V.,. Power iteerlng.power .. SALE j
bike.. ..mlK. Item Itpd home In Starke area Call burner stove w/matchlng brake A/C . wall $200. Unusualantique 'home. .....
Lori at 964-4429: oven. prolonged and orduou home. On good I. Pecan tree
9/08 Magyar
9/01 2tpd 9/08 doorcf Ph. 2-door: Stereo and radio. work under ......... Juml..... .60 A. Prime lead off SR-23S.
"' MOTHER...01.! .TYXO'Vlllbabylt 782-3763.'Itpd "' 200. Call 9644872.: tinS .,. eoncIltIonI. I '1' /- .. : ... Ac., timber,*Highland. .*. 100000.. t.1
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MOTORCYCLES I In my.........Man. FOUNDATION., MAntas .. IT TRW YOU CAN$taw U1le.ps t KKperlOiwef. .High f Schoolgraduation I LOTSt Country Club ft Hampton La...
Headboard. $35: man' topcootwl".lpper | for $44 through .
\i' fri. 53329OCJ.01 2tchg or equivalency .000-111.000.
Government Get the
HIS; WEEKS SPECIAL....... WOMAN TO UT with older lining Ilk. fact U.S. tadoyi Call ((312 required) Ability to meal ...71 A. S11.000. Owner llnanca.

,SS8 Super' I,.... RUM lady. Do light hoUMwork 964-9177.new.-$35 and 1 tpd other 9/0e Item 742-1142 .;.'. 609. 8/11 ,tata minimum standards Light ft CORNER LOTi Fanytha Rd. ft Pond Rd. 1.3 Ac.
:.. good $898. 'U- 020. 9644573. 9/OB 2tpd 9/19 a* authorised In F.S. Wooded. HI 8 Dry. "' 700. ,
ORAPESi U-Pkk light or Pr..
Itchg 9CS191$1UZUK1 I BUY COWSi CrIHI Foulk. LAND 633.34: Mutt hove ability Ing. MH 3/2 en 1 ... 301. S32.000
dark.
1.485.1 loop.
:: OS 1t.Ii Mag. market value. : ta pel form prolonged and Open .f Acre 109th St. luwt y. 312.000.
964-5678. Itpd 9/08 FOR SALE arduou. physical work .....-. .
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wheels. vetter, airing Itpd .
old. * *
REO. GELDINGS 5 yrs. .........and horardou -
backrett and travel trunk HOMI FOR PUPPtUi .... 4 under p.m.
Only 11.000 mile $975, 'wk*. old. 334.St. Clalr St. Gentle pleasure nor** 2 condition; Must holda BfAUTIFUl TOWNHOUSES
Call 9/01 2tpd Mother German Shepherd yr*. Reg. Gelding nice big I ACRE LOTSt 3000. $300 valid Florida driverslic.ns.e 4..... 2 '.. 1.% BA for 836.500 or larger modal
7823224. Father 9f,..9646870.OB colt. Started on barrel, or down $52 month. Call Pay Orada 11. lti'I' for .MlWO. Energy efficient brick

9/08 WHY BUY A USED MKI1Cvrle '2tchg9/19 would make nice Englishprosp.c5. (904) 9645606.11 tfnI Contact LAw roll Deee Per I w/f_..* wen a* flreploce. or Ie"' ''.
Suivkl-Kewaeekl,, WANTED TO BUYl 4-wheel Call 964-7871. ,I ACRI LOt. $.000.11AOO; onnel Director. Itchg'/ ed porch. VIII.. will be customized' to
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day: night down $58 month. Call
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Hwy. 381 S.. Sterile.. drive pickup art suit
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1979 HARLEY DAVIDSON, c.o LI ,|% ACER LOTi $4999. $400 : II 980ral I

SFO8TSTIIIt 1.000 CC Low down.. $84 month. Call l I|"..;,.v.r.'nard.nln4-of th.art s*
....5606. 8/1' tfn
'mileage.. '$2,800. Call llheart otWcfe.-Dr. Dorabock.
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PROPERTY
'96<1.7061 or 964-7178.. 9/M COMMERCIAL' II "A doub'.lH' rr.'ed approach that
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9/15 Call. St. 19.000 Sq. Ft. Subscribe .
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Bargain price: .1-354-4719. 'If 'V.G. O.V. !'! '
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[homeowners policies foi'mobile 399 N, T.mpU Ay*., Stark. 964-8795 VACUUM New & Used

homes. .Vomle P. Odom > !trofcor GRI i i4' r' I ,- WE I jSales Parts Servicc I

t I lk' Cd far QUOW' > ,1 'Are. SALE E-Z. .Terms. . . .
8 U I 8A Hemeib NEW & USED
Olln's Mobile : /A, Neat She. ,...... AIMM. n'Al" M... Bargain Cntr lope. Plumbing

Homo 'Seles j j 1 N yew ere.Meraetee1 to' ".s ......8 yr.eld energyqtndent SOl S Stark I' Let u We Finance Our Own . . . . I
Mar en V e*. with lee many fruit tree teame. ,!" KIRBYS Installation
Brine M. Ofln Aganl Cell.IoN eNrib.. 4 Mile e..* .. 10_. 964.6679re' ROYALS New
ZONED FOR' T AIUB8M08 ** GG1e'i Remodeling Repairs
954-3608 LOTS t i EUREKAS . . . . ''I
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J UN t a All. (plus). Cevmry. Club eroe.' ; ELECTROLUX Dnrrtxn'cePUMP&

," w !'/'.' A*. Co: **) ..... Supplies'W.t.rohn.r I OK IAL : FILTER QUEENS . . . . .
FOR RENT.H.mptow .Plumblng. M 'I 1.000 .... i1. lot. II TIIOO.
.+.- ... One troll.. end ea. ,mall fcen e. i :.BANX a 'f): Coam. 3 SEARS

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'RememberGrandparents -IIMfrICAppl"nc 1 51odI.1J M J.dO .... f0. oa We.repair all makes COMPANY'

a'W UtOUIII'c............ Rulldlit, with .OCICI;' ':. 1.310.e. Paved pul ..... I.,. . . . . !
III .... .a u.s. 301 Owns will preside long tern ';BCAUTT: SHOP, barbershop AI Young'sSInci 8841.

aka II, r/nk..ae 1957
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I ,Grandparents an their I .hob willi huOs N.. ..... QuW .......utI... sour >1 BR. S BA ".... hone II : 964.6918 Starke, FL

.: Sunday SeptaDI.bG' Key..... ......... show,.. ... .".IntI. 1'oa 24.CH/A.Urf*porch, 3 MSts Mortft ofSUrkB . . . .a .
'day- ; 'RANCH STUB HOMIJoI... Severe feel wMfc peal hulls, room .,. H.. .* US 301 964-7081

U-wtth:a HaEmarVt; ,.oq. 1,6...... Newly .._........ 3 ........_.Sbath. tm stank power on .. I

, :card and: gift. ... .d-l. ....... bnt.1 dining. .-r foIttIly' ';ole tot tnOIer. $40.)00. U

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;*N AI1V NEW ......Nur W.,...... ......... I Sava petio. CH/A. I ail TIME ONLY
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, lush 8.fc.el" oe04 I. p.p. .. ;I.fat. ILa4, Wta0'po11r.apO1ttSMAN8 '
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*M8NO ewaY Re-! -ry. 4 bdr it t bah.'"/ y.WrrrLJ. I ,780 ft.ea cwMd. bsr room. : on your lot

'hoer . *MINO.OJWt* Homl-f''..* ej with$400/} .frees hsi t. _. 1 'r U<*ta R ,qeerter r.. E ,
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Hampton Man Arrested Carl Edwarj Pee Wee) Griffls. 11taa; 'Three Starka.. wormed found guilty of' Mien $300!lL 'pal '"UMI' w'aentenceCi to seven years'
Jr., 27, of Lawtey wai charged with welfare fraud\ In separate case Judge will consider her released from in Department of Corrections with
Charged With Battery the sale and delivery of a controlled Charged DW: %,. i. ? were sentenced Tuesday: In Bradford the center 10 she cask ear'etor bet two. treatment at N. Florida' Treatment
One arrest was.made following a substance and possession of more Stephen Rauleraon of Macclenny County Circuit Court mall children, Evaluation Center for Sex Offender
fight at a local lounge In Starke after. than 20 grama of marijuana, according was arrested Septembers and charged Annie D. Wilkerson, Mary Davis WUkerson U to serve SflC days In the Judge J Crewssaid, adult
a man was cut on the face. to Patrolman William TUloteon.Griffls with driving' while intoxicated,:. and Tammie Davis Cohens were each Woman's Adjustment Canton In- sanctions must be imposed that HRS
Curtis Randall Brooks,25,of Hamp-- did have In his actual possession reckless driving and driving with sentenced to five:year probation. with Gainesville and make restitution of .could not provide adequate protection\
ton was arrested September 2 and a controlled substance known as unlawful alcohol blood level following' special condition. .t3.73S.SO.: ,for the public from McClellan who be
charged with aggravated battery,according marijuana and delivered it to a an accident, according to Patrolman, Davis la to make restitution of taoei Two Teenagers Get feel has personality disorder.
to Captain W.S. Rhoden. juvenile, said Tlllotaon. September 7 Paul Rhoden. and will spent the next four Saturdays ,William Maybe Stewart,Jr., It,of
Starke police were called to the Griffis was also charged with contributing Raulerson, driving" a 11174" and Sunday In Bradford County Jail. Time For Lewd, AssaultTwo Hampton, was sentenced to 15 yean
Starke Inn Lounge late Thursday. to the delinquency. of a Chevrolet, was westbound'on $R1oo'In Judge Crew said he placed Davis on teenage boys were wtttenced: in, Department of Corrections with
to settle a fight. Several men minor. Starke when his vehicle went over' probation because she has a good Job In Circuit Court Tuesday for' lewd treatment at N. Florida or some
w ere apprehended in the parking lot Ebble Dwayne McKInley,19,also of the center line and collided with a 1 and to many children to care for. assault. The victim wass the same center for sex offender.Judge Crew
by the police when they arrived. Lawtey was charged with possession eastbound 1978 Ford.. Raulerson'r Cohen i Is to make restitution of young aM but the boys Involved saW Stewart Is a"menace to society"
Brooks alledgedly cut Dana R. of more than 20 grams of cannlbus alcohol blood level was .26 percent. $1040 and Is to spend 180 day in the* In two different incident wen and must receive the maximum

Massey aCl'OlllIhe face several times, and violation of ordinance No. 49A. The Ford, driven by Mary Berry' _Woman's_Adjustment_ ....- Center in., Daniel' Ross..... :''McCIellan. 18. of sentence. '
Both men were arrested in the m __ .. .;
according to witnesses. Shelton of Starke, received $1,000"estimated -'II' 11.- -'" !Ii! ::: I
Bond for the charge was set at parking lot of a food tore In Uwtey. damage. ,

1500. Brooks was released on his Bond for Griffis was set at$2,000 for Three Starke Women FREE G.R.A I\I-DOPENING Laramlelhe;
own recognizance.
each charge. He remains In the Bradford '
Sentenced For Fraud MOUNTINGBALANCING ..

Lake Butler Woman Bond County 1VtcKlnley Jail. was set at$2,000 Ds*BsEIBDEE&9BBBflHGH & Crosby NorthStar I Tire! Easy Rider Tire

Cited In AccidentA for the possession charge and$200 for FLORIDA ., 30 Where You Ride
the violation VALVE TEM. .
of ordinance.
McKinley I
Our Reputation
Lake Butler woman was cited for was release on his own recognizance. THEATREStarke __ Next to Courthouse 964-8093 on ;
careless driving In an accident
August 29 six miles west of Lake
964.5451
Butler on CR-238. Gainesville Man
Doris Torney Ward, 37, and FuirClrclaReCaps
AS LOW AS
Arrested In Starke Fri. Sat. Sun.
passenger Jerry Ward, Jr.; age 8, ,
received possible injuries In the 6:10 Robert Jordan,'22, of Gainesville A world fight- Laramie! Easy.Rider: As Low As
a.m. accident, they were both taken waa arrested August 26 and chargedwith ,
t to Alachua General Hospital, accor- battery and trespass after warn- years beyond Road Hazard 9 5 Poly 7-Hib Whitewall ,
ding to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. ing, according to Lt. John Dempsey.A .\ your Imagination 14
Ward, driving a 1978 Pontiac, ran
through a stop sign on CR-238A and capias was Issued on Jordan for KRULL Warranty. Road Hazard '2 79,5.
1 crossed CR-796, ran through the intersection the two charges. While being bookedat COLUMBIA 155-13
and into a concrete the Bradford County Jail, Jordan PICTURE OS! "q! A78.1319.9S, 578.14289 WavraIlIy. '
I drainage ditch.Damage was also charged with possession of P165-80-13-
j to the Pontiac was $3,000. marijuana.not.: !! .more than 20 grams. 301 DRIVE-IN 8781321.95 510-1523.95 ,
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Two Lawtey Arrests Jordan was stoppedon US-301 and Starke '964-7484. 078.14 23.5 878.15 2796 '811711..1.33.85 '215175"1537.95"
For Pot SalePossessionTwo arrested. E78-1.2US 'M 21.95 .5171111-1.34.94 PZ251711"1S" 38.85
Fri. thru Mon. Fll211.95' L78..8115 PZ05l71 .143UI P2351lS..1S. 3UIS!
Lawtey men were arrested Bond for the charges was set at$500
September 6 and charged with posses- for the battery and trespass and $500 ---- -- 078-1427.11 rer .tls.tss PZ11171111-1UU\s'\ .. wyi. m'.lIo..z. =
sion of marijuana, one man was also for the possession.Jordan was released JOURNEY TO AN AGE

charged with the sale of marijuana. on his own recognizance. AWESOME MAGICDealhsfolkcr ',Free mounting, balancing &% valve'stein, on 'all I ._tires



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Squash is In season,promising! freshness and. reasonable prices,and. squash e PLUS. $ '
Is so good for yowl! ::Road Hazard' 5 12 95":
As determined Iq the USDA Home and Garden Bulletin No. n.one cup of :y 35 ,
quash baa only 30 calories,baa 2 grama of protein and virtually no. fat It Is a I I / .
fair resource of calcium and vitamin C and is full of vitamin A. Warranty, Includes. :. ,
Vitamin A la needed for proper vision. It Is necessary for strong teeth and P15580R13P21575R14 .. -
bones and keeps your skin and mucous membranes (web as your. mouth, 5,Qt*. Oil I, OH Filter & LubeMONTHUR ,
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throat and lungs) smooth and healthy. 49.93' ;
When vitamin A is obtained from plant foods, as opposed to vitamin pills, P175/80B-13 40.95 P229/75R-14 51.95'
there Is no fear of toxic symptoms,so it makes good sense to eat your squash. ,P185180R.13..1.I5 '215175R.11151.85 .
You can't reap the benefits of this wonderful vegetable if you won't eat It.If P185/75B-14 44.95 P225/75R-1962.95 7:30-6''SAT 8-1 FRI 7:30-5:30
you or your family are not squash fans,try this casserole from Ray. McBrideof '195175R.1441.911 P235I75R-15 55.95 CHEVRON VISA & MASTER CHARGE
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Jacksonville. This previously secret recipe 1 ezS
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2-3 lb..fresh squib 2 stalks celery
1 can cream of mushroom soup a 1 medium bell pepperttsp.oregano
1 can cream of chicken soup
1S 01.cup sour cream 2 Up*.parsley ,
1 small pck.seaioned stuffing 2 taps seasoned salts
1 bunch green onions

Mix together the soups sour cream, parsley., oregano and. seasoned. salts.
Set Aside. Meat ,Store
stuffing.Saute the green onion, celery. and. bell pepper. Toss sauted. mixture with

In a saucepan,boil the squash for 3 or 4 minutes. In a casserole dish,put a OPEN:Mon.. Thurs.. 8-7
layer of squash layer of soup mixture and a layer stuffing.Repeat,ending
with extra soup mixture on top. Cook for 30 minutes at 350. The Juices will. '
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Br.a.4Veal ll 12 .j ... .'\.v. '
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