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20-13-541-21 Sign Shop FICA Taxes r'. .. ,63040 1' 40-2I-360 4gt:', Medicine/Doctor 'Vendor 'Fee s'Payments4021H59031' P.t'UiJo"61"bo"'J1flJg: 1
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20-15-541-59 County Surplus Property v 40-241-100 TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1983-84 278755.00

20-16-541-99 Transportation Reserve for ContingencyY; 20,370.bO1'i; rt' -: ,,:!': H 107 ''I'' '' .IcI! I,J',.1.I'kr+bf'l'Ji>II'C-J l C,' ...t.

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20-18-541-99 Sale Tax Due to Municipalities-GasolineUtf: 141,109itOG( "t l la > "Qjt'. 'y- "'" ".t'(" ;. ,VENuS''i'i' "'''GtrcNCt<< :' :. I
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ESTIMATED REVENUES .. ", ;. 4 ".I, t' "t> J-341-702''V-1;.: Law Library Filing"Fees'"ordihanceuf73-2'' 1300.00" I1
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30-311-100 Taxes .946 on .
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30-334-290 Inquest Fee.s' ; 50-101-100 Balance Cash *" 00.. ,
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Allocations""k?' *? .' .' .1 '' ''t Total.''Estimated 'Rev nue/Cash .z.: <'. .'- :,5,035.00" y

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30-341-540 Fines and Bonds Unincorporated 90,000.00Fines 3 .:-: .. FOR THE. FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1984
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30-341-541 and Bonds Incorporated .,;: 17500.00' 'f" "
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30-351-300 County Law Enforcement Fees SP F&F' ; : ..00 .
> ; 500151654Law Library Books; and'Materials''r: ".' ".' '": ." 5,03Sl'.Oo"f. *'l'' '
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30-399-100 Less 5Discount' > ((23.450.00) "' .' '

30-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue" 445,553.00 ;'I-.I-" .., 'EST .!: REVENUE: ,. ., ..,.; 'i .. <., \ .

30-101-100 Balance Cash _.00 1 FOR THE FISCAL. YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER. 30 1984 '
Total Estimated Revenue/Cash 445553.00 '
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55-311-100.(?"?' Taxes .774 on 161,730,325' "111-1.\: '"": :' ""'> '
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING'SEPTEMBER'3 ..1984 : ; :? 125,179.002

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p 30-03-523-46 County Jail Repair. and. Maintenance: ii \1 I'. :<.JII'1:'. .fl :,10,000',0'0'..,. ," J ',', 1 '. '. .\('. I ," ,.oi.,,:..... ',..,,[" Irll"'' .

30-11-516-31 Court Appointed Public Defenders 18000.00 1 ____----_-- ;,.; -,.. Estimated 'Reven e' -) ''I f, ;/' :'1.;. ''j'' ',- 'f 125,179.00 .2

30-11-516-44 Public Defenders Office Cost* 10,000.O'Or 1. 55-399-100' Less 5% Discount ''. ((6,259.00) 2

'557171-100 .? Total Estimated.;Revenue .. < ( 118,920.00-.
30-12-516-49 County Witness Fees Cost <' "12,000.00,1.8': 55-101-100': Balances Canh f.; ,. ,', .' nn. 2

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30-14-516-13 Sheriff Judicial OPS-Bailiff ::: -2,000.00 ; 't,1.;\ BUDGET APPROPRIATION t.i; .. ;/ *'' Sfcce I.1
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30-14-516-30 Judicial Operating Cost BailiffJ. 100.O'. ; FOR THE FISCAL YEAR .ENDING, SEPTEMBER-301984 ti, .:'IPr\e-J( ,T '
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30-16-521-10 Sheriff Salaries and perso ce 224853.00 1 ,. .. -

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30-16-521-30 Sheriff : Operating Expense ,60'0.00 1 .. .
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30-16-521-60 Sheriff Capital Outlay 21,000.00 1", : '/-".' ': ," ., : ') : .hH) 5.f .'St .
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30-18-527-31 Inquest Medical Examiner..Allocations: .>, '; 25000.00 :'. 1 :';.:'. ." r .
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30-241-100 TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION i 1983-84 445.553.00'FEDERAL .' CCOuNr'N: MBER' ACCOUNT TITLE REVENUE CODE

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40-332-100 Federal Revenue Sharing Allocation?' ''' '")'11<234,986.00'. 1 ;; 6039910O';. 'b- Less 5% Discount- ,- .". r I"! -'- ((11,163.00)) ..,-. ....li212,087.00 1'.: t ti60':171100

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40-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue. ; 2 23237.00 1 ( .', t '.',t.] : ,: ," ) .r\l1li::! '!>Jf '
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Total Estimated Revenue/Cash "' 278.755.00 1 "ACCOUNT .NUMBER '.' ; ."AC O ITU\, J ..,': 'APPROPRIATION" ODr

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FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND P Trnsff4 r42,266.00rt. 1 ,
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ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION CODE! '607058l'91Transfer': : "'Courthbusi'DebtService', : 55,000,00 \:1.x
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40-01-516-54 Law Library Books and Material 2iOOO'.00. 1 i -'7 : 58ri91Tran.fer': : ? .Solid. w.a1t.'Dembt, Service' ''V-' *'-"' "23,000'00''; ;:1.01

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40-02-523-10 County Jails Salaries/Personal Services 105,293.00 1 60-12 581'f'-91.fJ'->., Transfer *. -, Capital .autiW'TuSd1'"' :,f' ?V'. J25.000S00-" **- -i:: trr '

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I Legal NoticesIN venue or jurisdiction .of assessed are as follows.: .
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BRADFORD COUNTY SINKING 'RESERVE'FUND ,; ', ,., :" All CLAIMS, Year of Issuance 1981

1 t ESl'ItfA'TlCD'REVENUE"'tl' 1. V ,lttuc'! "',",. "ti' ,. Gt. j.tr;llrr;\ "'v +?44 r r.r THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DEMANDS AND OBjtOj.. r) p.Icfiplqry!' bI Proptsity

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"'r." Hi, -.r! IrQR.JI.I HE1S. ALIrYuNDINffagATEMBFtRrl3Q' ;: .':':1984'' M" 'd!" WSSl EIGHTH JUDICIAL ; ..t, '' ''JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WILL BE FOREVER. BARRED Ft. af Lot S In Oils SID of
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I ,II ,- 'W" 'lJ..JHO I CASE NO. 82-259 FLORIDA. publication of this Notice Name In which assess : ;1

ACCOUNT DIVISION! "G" CASE NO. 82-385 of Administration: edt Mottle Emanuel.All .

ACCOUNT' : : t { !: + '! September I. 1983.MARIAN of said property( f

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70-38 -.10.0 fo if l &i ( '' ; '" !oil. "' \ 11'1.1'I BOTT. and RHIANNON Plaintiff I' of the Estate of Unless such certificate

Transfer' Building ;Res v'Fun\SI; : : r-' < .') ; VA:55'S::: : bSol'rjdO'' )'' S 1j|; MARIE IOn, Minor VS .' i DOROTHY AGNESf or certificate shall' : be ;: ,


.' :\ i J-t.;: ; h. :y .. : '%,?}-1i:<; '"?, 1':.: 1'' ': .r NOTICEOF JOHNNIE THOMPSON '' ..BLAINE*;, .> 'M ..SWANBOM Deceased property redeemed describedt to law )the Irry
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:,.f. '' ; :-p ,'' ff/ .1"fiJl' JJ1.110. + > ; }....: ADOPTION fond ALMA J.: Attorney Forpersonal such certificate/ 'or 'certificates
r : 'lh"c ; "
I \ l It : PROCEEDINGS Representatlvet will be sold
!(II: 'I'i ; "ij .. i THOMPSON, Defendants. to!
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.' '(ijr'( .)' : : '. the' highest bidder at the '

;, :1.\, .. .. '' TO STEPHEN I,. 8ESSENT, MOODY courthouse door' on the

.: ';. .'" ,. : .: .. i' RALLIS. NOTICEOF stSALZMAN 29th day .of September1963. /
WM. A. BESSENT III .
,
YOU ARE HEREBY
: I SUIT
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til' NOTIFIED that a Petition' ESQUIRE Dated this 23 'doy-aft.
r''t'.. ) V / t' ">it ( "]. 1Fi MyuTi, : .\ .
'- --"':""_" Estimated Revenue V. '- ; minor children hoi .boon ,./thaI, pursuant to an Post Office Bon 1056 GILBERT S. BROWN
70-399-100 000.00: i Iliad In the Circuit Court order or a final) fudge- Starke, Fl 32091 CLERK CIRCUIT COURT' .
Less 5% ,
70-171-100 Discount.i"v; <' : !, -'i-A'- ( ) Ul'\ for Bradford 'County, meat of foreclosure 904.964.7262 Bradford County, Florida

70-101-100' Total Estima d.' ,Revenue' ., *, ". -i';I.:. ... ""J3.250.00) "" -/I': Florida' on April 6. 1962. entered In the above- 372-8327 Byi Beulah M. MoodY' ,

: Balance Cases "' H," ','. "<',,,'1<.* .,;-. ;. 120.000.00 ,,." Jilj, i by DAVID R. BOTT, and captioned action, I will 9/06 21chg9/15 9/01 41chg9/22

T talE.t1matedIRevenue'Ca.h'j\I s yQ lJ'.I..18l,750. O. ': ,: you 0.. raqulrad to'- sell the property situatedIn ,tt NOTICE

I w" : .. ". ., ..'>i.. .. .S.j L serve a copy of your Bradford County, OF INTENTIONTO
"' .BRADFORD 'COUNTY SINKING! ,; written dafonim. any, Florida described as! REGISTER
RESERVE FUND ,'. ; :
'. t ...*''' < ''* ? '." 1 .1"l. ,( '. to It on the Petitioner'sAttorney South Half of Lot 19 Except FICTITIOUS NAMe NOTICEOF
: :, r' APPLICATION r
'. BUDGET \' whose name Right of Way and
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APPROPRIATION; .
cvI': s "Ar."t... .. "' and ... FOR TAX DEED
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FOR / .' rr' ::5. "" ,, ,!. ,. II': PHILIP North 50 feet1 of L.. 30 Pursuantto Section

.... po. THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1984- : ', ,#.' BARTON. :200 Northecwt Except Right ol Way of 865.09, Florida Statues,

1. .i, t,' I 1.i yt &'..** 'Oo' t. /i-V.:; ''K .tJ. .',* Flat Street, Calneivllle. Section 18, Township 5' notice is hereby given NOTICE that IS HEREBY
GIVEN ERNEST
i Florida 32601 and file South, Range 22 East, as that L. or
'/ .' r the undersigned.
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ACCOUNT'- NUMBER I'CCOUNT.TITLE ,. 'b KEY the original with the per map or plat of William S> Colllnsworth. IRENE HUNTER the
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r 7t, I.'III' APPROPRIATION" holder of the
;
CODE:
Clerk of the above styled Woodlawn, recorded In Route 4, Box 184. Starke, following
70-99-582-51 Court on or before Oc Plot Book No 1. Page '17, Florida 32091 sole certificates has /filed sold f'

Printing' of Coupons, .r .; y ")'t /'A,; i, 150.00. ;'.' -'Ai. ; ,; tober 21, 1983; otherwise Public Records of Bradford owner, doing business certificates for a tax
deed be '
to Issued
.. I .1, '" a Judgement may County, Florida, under the firm name of B

,70-gg-5112-7.. Retirement Bonds Issue Courthouse ; .}::. :35.O00: '00"j :' :;',11t: f be entered against you containing 5.496. acres, A B NEW VEHICLE LEAS.INGCOMPANYRoul.4. Ihern.' The certificate
numbers and 'i.
'r. "j 'I .. .. ...' ;j' .t fa,'th. relief d.manded more or .less. year of Issuance ;
'It'I, : In the Petition, at public sale, to the the descriptionof
70-99-582-72: Interest >, Box 184 Starke, Fl
.. on Bonds > ..CourthoUse,.! I4.I l ,!" 1 '', t 27yi3VbO;""''j|' l'.'),. WITNESS my hand and .. highest and best bidder 32091. Intends to the property, and the ,

70-99-38299'' ,' 3 j. '..U''J''tIA.J- .r' i "( 'Lyr1)Y!\ ) orf %}:!' the seal of this Court on for cash, of the easternmost register said fictitious names In which It was

:Reserve for D Bervie'--Courthouse ;' '119J487VOOJ; ; X1fi ; the 6th day of front door of the name under the assessed are as follows:
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.\ :' { y S.pl.mber.1983. Bradford County Courthouse Certificate- No. 39:
i -el-'' : ji-vtJtM ; d'1 t' { ,: aforesaid statute.Dated
GILBERT S. BROWN In Starke, Year of Issuance 1981.Description ,
1.1'I", ; ) ,;' "I. this 25th day of .
I CLERK Florida on Thursday the af Property
'. . August A.D. 1983 In
CIII; a 't ,C ,.I\t. 'n 1'""I t1' 1/)1(1'\)1"/ ; ( ." BY: Beulah Mood 22nd day of September; Bradford County NW'of: W 6 A of NE'/4 of
SE'Dese OR
i V I' 1983 between" 11:00 Florida.

10:2"110" :: .'' :.BUDG H..r rPPROL '983-84 ;}r 9/08 4lcKg 9/29 ,o'clock. A.M. and 2:00: 9/01 4tpd 9/22 R 108-288 22 E. Sec 25, Twp 5-s,
TOTAL' RIATION 181750.00 ''. 1 o'clock P.M. -
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\: ,- ,. .',' t', I, > ''t ..L', 'tLfr.yri:! ; .;: ..1a nr," ,''' 1 t.,1[ .1 j CALl FOR BIDS GILBERT S. BROWN Name In which assessed .
: Charleen Banks.
1" CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
: ': ',!, A Sealed bid. will be accepted By Beulah Moody NOTICEOF All of sold property ,

'.' :1/? ; ... .; : ;. I I' BRADFORD COUNTY SOLID WASTE f" '.i': &dt& 'I"\;. by the City-of. Deputy Clerk INTENTION being In the County of
i .. '".\ B't'.SERVICE FUN, ?:: # : && Starke on five, ..urplu.vahlcl.'f TO REGISTER Bradford, :State .. of
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.if : ; Samuel(S. Jocobsen. Esq. FICTITIOUS NAME Florida.

.t, 1i .r t.t' ': a : J1STIMATED'REVEHUE, : ; ...; ': X3=5.1 .I u' 'C is. ." 1. 1970 Dodge truck DATZ JACOBSEN tLEMBCKE. Unless such certificate
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':." FOR THE FISCAL"nJUt'ENDINGlSEP'l' MBER'30 1984 ,. .-/"". D31BEOSU8542.. 1 P.A. Pursuant to Section or certificates shall .beredeemed
'v'J. .
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; to low 'h.pop.rty .
'to .7 ton ladder body ityle. 2902 Independent Florida
', < > i "l') "J>/!!' 865.09. Statues,
". ) r, ., .,1 '; 2. 1971 Ford truck IDfF60CCK66331 Square notice Is hereby given described In
.' ., .. .., -141\\' Jacksonville, Fl 32202 such certificate or certificates
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,. ''J'I ( I ''' ) garbage'truck that the undersigned.
i'Ilf
J ... t 'KEYS:' \ body ityle. 904/355-5467. Philip W. Clark 8 Lois J. will b. sold to '

'ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE ;'V;? /, .. REVENUE CODE 3. 1974 Chev. truck Attorneys for Plaintiff i Clark Starke. Florida the highest bidder at the

i \ -'iT ,'. ' I. CCE614V160440, 9/08 2tchg 9/IS doing courthouse door on the
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s s- \'f.:"i-im Ttt rl 01-" "- ., ,.' rt. 7 '1' n 32O91 joint owners 29th day of

71-383-100. _' Tr.nsfe:1 ;Building Reserve Fund ..y);. :,;23,000.00" ', lx-i- 2-lon body style. .J ..... business under the 1983. September,
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:: ft'V' *1)) Ia-i s" "filJ" : GIt.! pKr;;'1r791'Y:I1'\tl:: ttrl,:,:''irprY.fritl.' : ''': ;.,: .' '' ,. .. ." s I ;' 4, 1970 Rambler firm name of CLARK'SHALLMARK Doted this 23 day ofAUIIU.I.

,, YI;'; !':::} '" '. .R'. ; '. .. Sedan, ID* J. SHOP, 107-G 1983.GILBERT.
'f"' s f' "i'} A05850E313948. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTr West Edwards Road.
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1, t' 'fly. 1..rA".I., :,p S. 1972 Dodg. truck, OF FLORIDA, Starke, Fl 32091. Intendsto S. BROWN,

.. '".1. ,''c ; ID* D14AE2U506068! ft. EIGHTH JUDICIAL' register said fictitious CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
7" '.' J"J J'l" .l Bradford FloridaBy
'.. .; ; r. :' ton body sty!.. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR name under theaforesaid County
,.. ., L" ', .y'., : ; Bids will be opened BRADFORD COUNTY, : Beulah M. Moody
'.,'J-\ ) L 't:1"s: :'Y -. {1'.1" f{ | statute.Doted 9/01
.; .. : Sept. 20, 1983, at regular FLORIDA. this 27th day of 4tchg 9/22

..- 71- 71-100 Total Estimated Revenue 1 -23000.00 l a city council meeting. CASE NO. B3-54-CP August A.D. 1983 In

'171-101-100 Balances Cash'I, ';.; .j'K 21 > 00'0' .00-t< ,,1 ;,'S} Sealed bid., payable by FILE NO. 1.3491 Bradford County, / NOTICE
t.'I t1r.; ,1" .. .. '. ''Total' Estimated RevenueCash1. cash or check, must be IN'RE Estate of Florida.
: INTENTION
; ; OF
... '' !* ,; '' 44 000.00'. delivered' or mailed to DOROTHY AGNES 9/01 4tpd 9/22 '
dj TO REGISTER
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: "'.,\. V, W31.tt I ,, .., ,, .'. '. ,, 'H. '1'1' -1 ", ,' <'."; 'MO;:,, ''.< 'n., ; */jp <:,><. i1,, .,- "'. '.- -i" 'I'tV-V1*'' "j i 1.\0(\ City Street Hall Starke Thompson, Florida SWANBOM, Deceased ......... FICTITIOUS NAME
: :" 'J' > '
,.'f\ /\tlt.." ,',,.' .. .. .. .' \V' .: F ,,tA'.I" ', .". .,, :iI la 32091. by T p.m., Sept. NOTICE
s \yi. ." .1\\ Pursuant
I.\, \ to Section
,., .;; ,: > :. "., '.),:"" '' 1'. ,-" ) io- "' !\I" .r'j..... >IoI,,' p.(J... ....H' ." '.... "" ,;Xd .; """ .1'44,. 20 m'1id All -bids- .must$tIt5 be.:M.sub.an* Of ADMINISTRATION i. "0F. NOTICE INTENTION.. .... 865.09. Florida, S\atu".L.:: ..
t'ln' \ i *.c( "'WpW y i ? .*" .""Notice. I *K<.." '
,,y.. ,.' '. BRADFORD tuUNri. SOL D WASTE \DENT. SERVICED FUND Tr."r, "g"fi.. envelope marked MBld". TO All RS NS"HAV. TO REGISTER 'thereby given
that the
ft corporotlon"rknown
'1."'" A. ,, Vehicles' may be seen ING CLAIMS" OR FICTITIOUS NAME
,,
,"r. ', : .BUDGET APPROPRIATION. ;- : .J'j '; .- .....' : and examined at the city DEMANDS AGAINST THE ASSEMBLY OS OF CHRISTIAN AMERICA.
'"'' ,
; yard at Washington and ABOVE ESTATE AND All Pursuant to Section
'.1 FOR"THE'FISCAt.: YEAR .... .. .. INC.. a non-profit Florida
> ENOING.SP'l'EM8JiR: ; {X30 ,' 1984 : Orange streets from B OTHER PERSONS IN. 865.09, Florida Statutes:

> .i. <".r v'irAXr'CQUNT'/ I"- j ': ., ', 'i" : a.m. to 5 p.m., TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:. notice Is hereby given corporation also intendsto
oo. N'. ., "" the undersigned, operate under the
Bidders that
"" '''''''--11 weekdays. may YOU ARE HEREBY
,
.. .. name PRAISE CHRISTIAN
.' .. .. .' r bid on vehicles as a NOTIFIED; that the administration Donna and Harry Gruen
.' A KEY ASSEMBLY, at P.O. Box
: ? Florida lolnt
Starke
or Individually of the Estate
ACCOuNT'TITLE : group
i NUMBER :
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APPROPRIATION 126 SW 7lsl Street
.. CODE :. 9/08 21chg915l' of DOROTHY AGNES owners doing business'under :
''J firm of North, Graham, Fl
the name
";. ;:::71-99-582-71 Retirement of. Bonds ;s; 13.000.00" "' 1 *. < NOTICE Is SWANBOM pending In'Deceased the Circuit EXODUS INTERIORS. 459 32042. Bradford County,

;* .. I OF INTENTION Call Street. Starke, Florida, and that' said
W.
; \ : Court for Bradford Count
; \
tnterest'bft'BondI""JJ.\\ 1" ;if, 4 I TO REGISTER Florida 32091 Intends toregister non-profit corporation/
; 71-99-582-72' ::0 7,200:00 1 .ty, Florida'Probate Dlvlslon -
Intends
said
: FICTITIOUS NAME the address of said fictitious to register
: ,' i ( ,I, '" 'SI3 r the fictitious name under the'
1 : 1 :; J' which Is N. name under
171-99-582-99; ServicerP t Temple
Reserve for Debt 23i800.00 1 Pursuant to Section aforesaid statute. provisions; of the
Avenue, Starke. Florida
!! f"H'< '*.. .' : h.J ", .- .( '. ,h' -air+. rv' I 865.09. Florida Statues Dated this 30th day ofAugust. aforesaid Statute.
", ,, f'J.,5 < *ii.. ; i .ivrtr'j''ffiafcl"' ?:. V4 !, ;}r : :'m. : I notice Is hereby given The Personal. Representative A.D. 1983. inBradford DATED at Gainesville,

( ... ,. ., .. ,, .:.' ,I r. ;io'1: ::;!: :.-; that th. of the Estate Is Florida this 1st day of
., .4"t.j..1''J'. ;; ". ,... ."',..,..', .. ,''.' :\w .. I,'aQj ,.: '.A'...,.\\f..f4..x':, "' .d.t.. :..-,,.,..\ ri .. "' '''' .',/" ."' : ., ,. Leonard Ray'undersigned Johnson, MARIAN O, LONG, Florida. County: September.-1983. '
>/
:. : I'. whose address Is P.O.

,..v, ::, :' H"'I: ,. ) .,, )\Mtl., I': ..ft1'1'y' .'J l :.,l' : ../' ,"'.fIi;.,\ 'ii.re.'i",: ;. : ':..,.
.. .. : '. .. 'I sole owner, doing By: J. Richard Cain
"t''i.. '.' : ,." ,.. .j7i :.-1.. 1f 'r. :'. t :: of the PersonalRepresentative's
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; .,./ "., : : 1 > .Ii". t.i, .;,'t .: : t'"q"\ ,,1' t. :. ,'y '. business under the firmname Attorneys i NOTICEOF Attest i President.
I
; of CHUB'S SPORTS : Jean Kendrick
71-241-100 1983-84 '"Jt v'44.o6o.00' are set forth APPLICATION
., ,.,'" TOTALB4UDGET.APPROPRIATION .. >,, .." 1 I CENTER 113 t. Call Secretory
.,. :; : .. ,0', ,., Street. Starke7 Fl 32091 below FOR TAX DEED 9/l54tchg 10/06
YA1flV Ala'1Wi.' ", ,y, ,' tf ?ax'radr reu; YNl'yMtra1''T'/kr.1. wYJ .rt1MA+'t'vtl I.awl IY\ ., All persons InterestedIn
'. ,.. .. .1 !" i" li 4 t ""'f''p; &' Intends to register, said
b 4tr.? /lJ : ;' .," ,: "r" the Estate are required NOTICE IS HEREBY
:
.' .
A ,4 fictitious
** \ under the
8'1 ,
M .
.. ". i .... / r nqme WITHIN THREE : .t.
''lS.w'AsWi"" >' '- d 'i'i-i,1' \ aforesaid GIVEN that ERNEST L. or
: | VJ statute.
1. "W rtjjvV'r.,. .., / .. ,"\ ..fAKtrtfr ,. ;ifW ':: 'h"!!' :'"' .. Doted this' 12th day of MONTHS FROM THE IRENE HUNTER the
: : ,. l DATE OF THE FIRST holder of the following '
'"V". '. : September A.D. 1983 In, See More
7. "s!{: v. 1 \,'cl3fc.; ( ., -. t' -Si5 I" Y. '" PUBLICATION OF THIS certificates has filed said
: \
'1 :) BRADFORD :COUNTY .:CAPITA!:. bIUTLAY' .t. . ... Bradford County. file .((1) all
: ; "I'.y 4t' : .. .... ..... FUND 'lriVr-\,; \f Florida./ NOTICE to: 'certificated fora lax LEGALS '; '.
'" ': : ; .. claims against the estate .. to be Issued
r ,r # .,. : .,. t l'. .. : h.:I':",:, ';'EsnMATE..tR1E. \ ui '' :' 9/134tpd10/O6 .
and
: ((2)) objections
.!J"r:: "'w ....,. .. : ;. {.." ",' ,'' .' '< : .ei' any have thereon. The certificate. Page 15A
? ***'' *":'V'1'" r til they may that numbers and years of issuance
C'ffi ? t' *
> *
V:JBl \.... "" : !OR .:tHE FISCAL;; YEAR J&ni/Xn\k9. .P JSJT JjEnol&\r 3q1 OO J / ,'.Tfcyj''*** > :-f ,... challenges the qualifications the descriptionof

"': 'A ; ,i't", ',, }j -.Ii-.-, J-,''. \ "' ,.. "' 1' '\< ,,'Ii $" 1! tl, ', of the Personal the property and the' .. ,
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ACCOUNT MBEIACCOUNT'TITtJ' !; .tlJKf T I |l.r-; ; <, REVENUE r& ,. CODE ,? .,. ,
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: il72383100' 'u j BRADFORD COUNT HEALTH DEPARTMENT
:, 'Transferj BuildinyjtV3. : rVaFund '\ ': ,\j 125000.00 1 1. '
; ] -- :s / ESTIMATED
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y 72-101-10Q. """"' v::: a Balance' t Ca.h"i. 'tfthI-1t1. '. ," 10 0 000.00 1 "

4 ., ,,. ; -; .. : Total; Estimated'jR! veni4./Ca.ha... > ; : 35.000.00.1' 1 .. : \ '.- \
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night when the two battle It out in. HarVin. 170 pounds, Is also a senior
r ; Keystone starting and has a good arm and is a good ball.

handler with good speed, according. to.
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+ NII4 teams,'only U mUM apart front each On the offensive line Keystone has
li a ; i other, hays met in regular season plenty of size. Center:Shawn Hale, 23& .,
play ,Bradford, was .dropped from. pounds, I is a good blocker' with fair
I class: SA I to class 2A.this season, put- speed. Strong side tackle Steve
ting 4n ,thes, nie rankingas Guinn S'l,220 pounds will be helping
y stn' .. \ Hale anchor the offensive line. Guinn ",
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'3.. Ny r. toast week the IndIana rolled'l7 Oalne' (IW Sun. This will be one of'
'over Crescent City. Bradford lost last the biggest problems\ lacing the Tornadoes
week 21-7 to Bakej 'High.! Indian as in. (the game last week
I d r Y.!, > f, d, Zaa I Coach Wesley Dicks Ul in his first year. against Macclenny. "
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ntoie's,scoring. was a result of Tight' end Shawn Brown I will be onthe

.. two touchdown passes from Bruce. outside of the line: He is a 18$
Marvin to Keith BouUev pound senior. He is a tough guy, good

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vln'a favorite receiver' during. the upcoming and 5-2 defenjw in passing situations.
game. ; has that Is at '
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Opening up the hole.... Senior split end Mitchell! Dicks will field tackling according to the report.

BUS Quarterback Robert Carver (12) gets ready to hand the'ball off to run- BUS gave way to a tough running attack by the Wildcats, dropping the also be a problem for the BHS secondary The Indians>have four or five'
ning back Oliver Tyson (34) to the ten. On this play the offensive line did a' game Zl-T.This la only the third time. that Macclenny, has beaten Bradford'lathe ; Dicks was named'' "Player of players Bradford on'offense and.
good Job to contain the Wildcat rush. 33 game history. the Week" by the O (n..vlH. sun. defense. backfield players
Fullback Rob Self 190 pounds. Is a double up. Last week the only offensive -
good blocker and a good runner to the lineman to'go both 'ways was
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I Tornadoes Drop Opener 21-7 to. : WildcatsBaker I


High took advantage of an In- BHS got the opening kick at their -yards to put BHS In possession at-the' utilized the fumble and scored oh a 14 I Cross Country Starts I. I
experienced Bradford defensive line yard line. Runs from Tyson Warren, 35 yard line. On'first down Tyson' yard pass from D. Jones to F Jones. : Sat:
to blast the Tornadoes 21-7 in the and Brad Russell along with a 2ft busted loose up 'the 'middle after" The extra' point conversion by''Pitt
season opener for both teams last Fri. yard break around left end from Lane breaking three tackles for a 20 yard man was good and Baker took a 1441 Bradford High cross country runners Berry,'Karen Kimutis, and freshmen
day night in Starke.A moved the ball to the 39 yard line of gain to the Baker 45 yard tine lead. with 9:32: minutes ,left in' the will face their first competition Dannette Griff, Penny' .Jefferson
strong running attack and an effective the Wildcats. The play before on a Head BHS Coach David Hurse.sent', game. this Saturday Sept. 17, at the 14th Annual :and Cindy Marchant. \yr'' l. ,' ,
passing game gave the third and six play Lane was caught In the same play on the first down, but After a 12 yard klCltreturn by...(.de. Greater Jacksonville. Cross Last season the girls placed fifth at '
Wildcats the winning advantage during behind the line for a four yard loss, Tyson was held to four yards the second BHS took over at the 23 y.rd.IIne.. Country Invitational Bishop Kenny regional contest 'Only>the top four
the game. forcing a BHS punt by Francis. time. ""1\", After two running plays on third down .High School.' teams can'go to state"We .' '; ,
BHS contained Baker to seven Baker took over at the 14 yard line. BHS running backs took turns twin BHS pulled a rabbit out of the hatl, : Both the girls and boys teams wi'I had a very successful season-
points in the first half. In the second The Tornado defense held the big the ball until finally getting to the J. Carver got the snap,then handed$ ,compete in the run which will begin at last year and with everyone back and
half Baker's ability to substitute more Wildcats to one series of downt before IS yard line with Just seconds left ui .the ball to Lane. After shuffling In the 8 JO a.m..Over 20 teams are expectedto the newcomers It should be a success
often started taking its toll on the BItS forcing the punt. the half and a fourth down situation. backfield, Lane handed the ball back participate.. this year"commented Cross Country
defense. Baker's roster had 49 After a short Baker punt Bradfordtook Francis was sent In for the field. to Carver and he hit Frank Long'in The following Thursday BUS will ,Coach George U>per. :-
players compared to BHS's 32. over at the Wildcat 44 yard line. goal try, but the ball went to the left the open for a 70 yard touchdown pass- 'run.in the Palatka Invitational afSti Only five runiters areVoul; for cross ,
The Tornado's only score came in The two opening plays of the,series and was no-good ending the half 7-0, to finally put BHS on the Scoreboard.The i Johns Junior College, starting at 3:00: country on the boys team. The three
the third period on a 70 yard pass was a five yard plunge oven right Baker. extra point kick by Francis was,,' Eddie*returning are Paul Mckinney,
from quarterback Robert Carver to tackle by Warren and a four yard progression Immediately after receiving+,the good making the scare 14-7 with 7:23 t: ; punReturning on. the girls team from Tennant and Calvin) Thomas.' .,
offensive back Frank Long. by Carver on a sneak.On the 'kick Baker put together running attack minutes left in the gameA :' last season.. seniors Carol Fusaell,* .Two erstu 'hewcomers'artf a
Baker scored on a 60 yard run and third down play Carver was sacked, that drove to the BHS 19 yard The Wildcats got,the kick at thi Michelle. Kimutis Tammy' Mann;; 1en
Thomas Moon and .
14 and 29 yard touchdown passes from for a five yard loss and BHS had top line. After four incomplete passes the BHS 43 'yard line after return by\\ Juniors Linda Dewitt, Cheryl Bogle.Pam and Henry Cooper.McKlnneyt
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quarterback Danny Jones. 1 i ball was turned over to BHS at.the 29 Milton Johnson from the Wildcat L'i\ Boswell and sophomore Alison ,, are cor .
This is only third time that Baker Both teams were held from pro. yard 1ltkF..I; "..."\.1- 1"!'W: thirddawn st the 1'9 yard line i 1of .Denmark; ; captains of tI1e'; aguad..McKtnney'a\ a, ....
has beat Bradford in 3i meetings grossing' for one series .aci before! ".Aft r1ta.. 'aixo.up.on""ftn':"ia1Yw" 1f1, '> 2DewiUte'thai fastest runner"retnre-Jest time: las' rear wU7m; Jt; R Ifni1R9
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There has also been one tie. Baker got the ball on the Wildcat 4q Carver hit Bellamy for an LUyaro nth or : : Ting. Shes the bomcoure record>t ? I Tt'Q-l'1tnt s, ,+work\nsfrlftlA..ger.: n}
Last year the Tornadoes won on a yard line after a 25 yard punt by Fran pick-up still short of a' first down PJttman'S kick' was again good '.1981 clocking in 'at 11:38: on the two .. Tbey.ar \ : ot';':'
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field goal by John David Francis In. cis. \ Tyson then went over left tackle for a flushing the scoring at 21-7 with Juat <:mile course. ready. a little rough with only five
the last seconds of overtime. On the first down play Macclenny six yarder and first down at the 43 over four minutes left in the contest. .,; New girls on the team are senior 'runners but they are doing the best.
The running attack from BHS came speedster Freddie Jones broke tour yard line. Another mix-up on a first '\1" WIth'a first down at the 34 yard .Robin1 Jefferson:i ,Juniors Monica. 'they ant noted Loper.
from four runners. Oliver Tyson was tackles around the right end and down cost the Tornadoes six line Carver 13 keeper
the work horse with 41 in sprinted to the line 60 Then two in yards. got end.yards on a I' .. _._..'.. ___...___ .. ... .. ..... ._.. ... >n_".. _._.
yards eight, goal yards plays a row Bellamy pick- play to the right On the next puy.
carries, averaging 5.12 yards a carry. away for the first score of the even ed up 22 yards. The first play was a Carver was sacked for a seven yard! ...,
Eric Lane totaled 32 yards in four car-1\ ing.The .pitch out to the left and the second a loss bach to the 36 yard line. Children 'and Youth..CIubsl '; ;':
ries for an average of 8 yards carry. extra point kick by Billy'Pitt- pitch out to the right picking up 11 In a last effort Carver hit Warrenfor ;
1 Barry Warren toted the ball seven! man was good and Baker took the yards each for a first down at the 10 yards and Randy Balkcom for \14 Grades
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times for 27 lards and Robert lead with 8:22: minutes left In the first Macclenny 41 yard line. nine .yards; still sliort of the first \\t .
Bellamy times for 27 half. Warren then fumbled the ball and down turning the ball back over to Registration( Now: Wed. 6
yards and a 6.73 yard average. Russell returned the kick offt.l4- Baker took over at the 39 yard line. Baker; After two.WUdcat plays the p.m.-8, p.m..,
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By Larry Oglesby the running game with 112
yards compared to 133 yards on.the '
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Carver hit six of nine passes for the '.g';
lack of defensive aggressivenesswas :evening to balance a BUS offense. ,... ,': SPORTING
one of the leading factors in the' Held to in the air the ."
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last Friday night. ,marking 12 points on the scoreboardfrom i I ..... OWNED.BY \ ". ,'

Baker picked at an inexperienced'BHS two touchdown passes. I VICTOR GRIFF1S
Baker's Danny Jones was only'' 5
defensive line for a 21-7 win over .
the Tornadoes three of seven in completions for the

opener for both teams.during the season Wildcats. __ ,Vic's, Bass ,& Buck,, )

"Macclenny played a hard game '
and deserved to win." declared Head : f ., 'OS 301, North of,Griff' & Son f poatsole?...f'J'
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Tornado Coach David Hurse after the Register u 964-4461 ,;
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defensive line could well have been Dance Classes } u -A + try: Season((Opens .Sat. 'J' ;,
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According to Hurse quarterback Assembly of God :iot .fclwy: ",16 1 "
Robert Carver was the only player after 5 964.7098 St. from Sunday. October: 2 .Wednesday; October'i;::4torfing :, :l/: { Person| z

that ef ecuted a consistent effort during on Sunday at 11 a.m.and 7 p.rr?:and nightly of 7130 p.m. F "w. r" I o

the whole game. !Held at the Old Armoryacross Pastor George Wals ".,'Invites"ftfmHl.i'and"frlindVfrom; all : :l ws' ,'Ii, .A ast,c $1 siirie's: : ; .
When asked if Baker's ability to' ( : from high school), denominations to loin In the excitement as f(rsf Assembly hosts :
substitute more often because of ,. Evangelists Roy& Prlscllla Martin Kids for.Christ t *. '
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the It ftniah was hot line, but during.uo runners the two crossed runs of and Citizens Community Bradford State : 'ifna" .J bQn'Ul't; :&1; !)Cindy Peterson 3)Richard Wheeler..,

the Stark Fun Run lat Saturday : ;: .:I .1k rGaIDeilYillef4ISIJ; ; ; 3)Connle) ZO-Z5: DMark Welsh! 3)William
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Community Day. sponsored by the seconds oft Jut Lott. S3, ; ; Stark,. St.: 4il1.M1; so-it DAI Brown Wallace
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Community State Bank There were to take overall ':13 and Vlttlen"2) | Harrell. McNelley 3)Ralph Nordgren. .
free bot dogs cokes, popcorn and hot 38:22 minutes.mem Lott is* ;:\ << : l .;],54-1,: DCaroiFussell, 2)lJnda'ewlU < p 1 Maim, ; '
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.econc, year .lna, rowf, :! :: Cola, 3)Terry Jordan, 'J St.arke.II:15; 2)Llsa Tierney. Star. :

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5:42: ; 5)Max Galvey. Gainesville. .
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the Florida Striders of Orange Park Saturday Sept. 10. She did that after
taking first place in her age group at the Starke Fun Run the same morning.
Sapp turned in a time of 22:27 minutes in the 13 and under girls division.
The Orange Park course was 3.1 miles. Winner of that division. was. AnitaTurner.
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F ) Sapp was one of four runners that participated. in the Starke Run. and. the
Orange Park run.
) Alison Denmark turned in a time of 28:48: minutes. Also running both races
i ,,, [!where Cheryl Godwin and Buddy Revels of Starke. Godwin placed 69th In
(?overall women 24:49 minutes and Revels placed 87 overall In the mens in
18:40: minutes. Between 1600-1800 runners were in the race. .


Local Running Club Organizing....' <9i i

A running club sponsored. by. the Starke Recreation Department is in the 9L

On Your,Mark Get Set,' Bang...* ,.a; 1 2people showed up "t
for the first meeting last Tuesday night. Another
Borne le-'; .. nuuvtrs take off for the 8J mile race last: / meeting has been set for Tuesday night Sept. 27. Dues and. the name of the I'
Saturday In the Fourth Annul Starke Fan Run. Bthad club will be discussed at that meeting. 'rV

wee the 8.2 mile race and the OM mile sprint ever 114, : The members of the club hope to sponsor at race to coincide. with. the Bradford :;
registered, with fmUhhiiu.. "v,", County Fair in April.
This club should not conflict with the Bradford Road Runners.That club is q

( aimed at primarily. young.people. The new club will be'open to people of all 1,
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41 5.op Warner Teams",. ; ages a

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Former BUS Coach Signs With Maulers....

; : Reddy Cox former Bradford High football coach has signed with the Pitt'I h
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Here for '
Jamboree :, ;;:: ? : sburg Maulers of the United States Football League. "
Cox coached at Bradford from. 1174 to 1978. He will be handling the
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41 teams participated In'the Pop Over 0.00upeople: scouting for all southeastern teams including the Jacksonville Bulls. 'I

Warner Tlmlkuana Conference foot* boree and officials ;,
ball Jamboree last Ro.nt;101 t .{ !II' .. _
Saturday /Pop IU'DeIt..trM'1 tI\ '
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in Starke at".thII"'BradtMt..rm.&!1'eIf1tedthIIHte:+ w.., : ..BiliW'jSSportsmen pen.VCt.'J.1IJ. : ...ntm ,:;aycxtw r .,'
Stadium and the practice,1.field Inside"" and best the.. had ever Interested in'harvesting Florida's.largest big game animal will 'T
the track. :Regular season Tor- have that opportunity beginning Oct. 7 in the Osceola National Forest.
Both fields had to be used for all the willstart Saturday;- !\ ; Bears are found in 41 of the 67 counties in Florida. Hunting them is only
Y. It was busy with two Alachua. Two of the < 1 ; permitted in the Osceola Forest Apalachicola National Forest and In Baker
games on constantly all day. this weekend, but it w. ;, ; \ : and Columbia Counties.
teams) did the press tilDe.> '::! "During the Osceola special bear hunt the hunting of bears will be limited I
best of any town meet, winning Record] registration- ,;';i!:;; ;;:;\; to the area north of Interstate 10, Water to Art Stockle wildlife biologist 1
eight games and tying two. Each of .3'3'I .for the Florida Game and Fresh Commission.
this
the five teams played 9, 15 admit,' season for" "the' Pop- ; Stockle advised bear hunters that all bear killed in the Osceola National
quarters. gram. Forest must be tagged at a designated check station or the Commission's
I regional! office in Lake City within 24 hours of the kill.
; Additionally, those hunters who harvest bear in Baker and Columbia
Bricks counties outside of the Osceola National Forest must have the bear taggedat
Take Care in Skim
ling. the Lake City reginal office or an Osceola check station or they may
" bagged For additional information contact the Commission's Lake City regional
Many trophy bucks.are. Another common..... :
each only to be Improperly akIftJ a deer'br cut'his r yflce at 1800342.8150.Atlanta .
whit
ned make them unsuitable to, 'uneeded because*

be mounted. .bleed wry little and Hawks to Play Gainesville....
will
Using the following as a guide dressed: as soon as'
enable you to have that trophy buck After the deer has Basketball fans might be Interested to learn that the Stephen C. O'Connell
on your wall for yean to come. ptetely around tIM Center In cooperation with Burger King Restaurants have signed contract
Mate the first Incision completely: should be pulled : with the Atlanta Hawks for a preseason exhibition basketball game.
around UM deer behind the shoulders, where the neck can be '.- The Hawks will face the San Antonio Spurs Thursday. Oct. 6 starting at
'cutting from back!; to brisket in line, ,the head 1o ;,plagt &. J'30pm: .. '
with ;lbem1dd1e. the 'front leg. .Immediately.. ", Discounted tickets will be available to children under IS, high school and
Always leave more than what you This information" ; college students With proper identification and groups of 15 or more.Tickets
thnk Will be needed In order to have Taxidermy in La wJW/ t : ,} under theae conditions wiD be -4. Regular ticket prices will be sa per person.
: Tickets will be available through the usual Connell Center ticket outlets

.A. andWIII. be placed on sale Tuesday Sept. 6.'r .
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In various situations he said.
troops ,
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\: Marcia Goodge, Staff Writer
; There is one internal and one external diagnostic test of
Going on a weekend: camp-out In the great outdoors'may this kind every 18 months and the results go on the com-
sound like fun and games, but it can be serious, pany's record.. :
hard work If you happen to be a member of the 631st.maintenance ,i-Two evaluators were at the drill last month, but 10 will
company on a weekend drill in the back :, ,be testing their capabilities this month. "The evaluation
woods of Camp Blandlng. '. will be much heavier next month (September), It will go
Trying to beat the 100 heat; outwit the ravenous bugs on 24 hours," said Beard.
and cope with definitely limited "facilities" while going The maintenance personnel's Job may not seem-very
to class and working with the same level of efficiency 'exciting at first glance, but it is very important. Without
found in an air-conditioned office is difficult at best. maintenance; the army would eventually crawl to a com-
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However, these "Weekend Warriors" did aU that and plete halt. The military has some amazing war machines,
.more on their drill last month. but without the people who know how to repair them and
The exercise Is meant to be as realistic as po slble. The keep them running, they would be less than useless.
equipment is camoflauged, weapons Issued, and tents "When a vehicle breaks down In the field they call the
raised. Foxholes and machine-gun implacements are dug 631st and we dispatch a truck to fix it where it is," said
and generators are hooked up and running to supply the Staff Sergeant Doyce Griffis, "We repair all types of
.power needed to operate the machinery. found in a machinery, wheel, track, armoured or electric.
'maintenance company. 'The company has several "moving shops" which are
The weekend was planned to be'a true test of the the equivalent of a garage. They have vpompressers. shops, air
r guardsmen's capabilities a real combat situation. cutting tools, all kinds of I tools for machine
.Some regular Army evaluators from Fort Benning, Ga., repair and all types of spare parts. ,
*were conducting an ARTEP (Army. Training and Evalua-. They cad repair more than Just war machines. They
tion Program). also repair bakery equipment, construction equipmentlike
The evaluation Included the testing of both'technical bulldozers or cranes, and anything else you. can think
and tactical capabilities of each Individual soldier's performance of. .' '

""PPA h for an overall unit evaluation. They have huge;' round-ribbed tents that are big enough
The evaluators were only present during part of the ;' for two 2 and one/half ton trucks to be pulled Inside, so
d I 'weekend, but they will be back again when the 631st goes'; that the men can work at night repairing vehicles without
7yw.,, i,1nRTY.r.ri.rCF'rt on manuevers again this coming weekend at Blanding. alerting the enemy to their position with outdoor lights.
... "In September, there will probably be a (mock) enemy. The service and recovery section can actually make the
is Mobile.
In the Armed Forces, Everything .. air attack or a nuclear attack to test the reactions of the, parts needed by the machinery. There is no need to wait

Specialist 4 Debbie Hart operates the supply computer The computer has to have alr-condlUonlng'to work guardsmen to various situations, said Captain Thomas for ordered pdrts, men like Staff Sergeant Bill Lovell
that orders pads Issues parts to the people who need' correctly, but It Is la a van with a generator that goes to Beard, commander of the 631st. v make the parts that can't be locally obtained (and that
them and keeps track of the Inventory In the warehouse. the woods with the company., The evaluators "will evaluate how we perform under' eould be most of them in some situations.) They also do
that basic set-up." In addition to realistic combat situations body work and repair canvas on tents or trucks.

*' r' .. there will be paperwork exercises In the;operations? Lovell tells of the time that a regular army unit didn't
> have the correct type of axle for a truck. "They said that

f'l&vDelicate :' we-couldn't alter the axle they had to fit..They said it was
i Impossible," said Lovell. The truck had been sitting there
waiting oo an axle for six months. Impossible or not, the
I I' guardsmen altered the axle and had the truck ready to

roll In 12 hours. "They couldn't belive it. ,",said Lovell,
"There is almost nothing we can't do." .
fy&fr** The recovery part of the operation is comprised bf towIng -
disabled vehicles, which now;'since Sept. 1 when they
were authorized to do it, includes tanks. A tow-truck for a

.' : ,. tank ts very the average tow-truck, for obvious '
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& equipment In addition to the sections that repair .
< w" I mechanical equipment. The van that houses this repair
;. j :, Vfv,,, l )! *. center-is one of the few that are air-conditioned, not for
-. Ml the comfort of the men, but because the electronic
1, 1L3i machinery they repair requires a constant temperature'
". to work properly the temperature is kept. constant
"isjia ff 24-hours a day. ,"

: The administrative, or admin van, of the supply sectionIs
p \ also air conditioned because it houses card-punch
6 ?L. machines that are used in conjunction with the computer.
r- ; The supply computer is housed in a van that Is completely -
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I Ann Manassa Irwin Mr. Ounie f.Raulerson sell of Trenton, N.J.; one niece, Mrs. Madeline Stokes of Columbia, S.C., Hide-a-Way
, Funeral services were fold las t Mrs. Onnfo For ythe Raulenon,98, Jane Driscoll of Keystone Heightsand Mrs. Evelyn Meade of New Bedford :Bobby's ,
I week for Mr*. Gordon C. (Ani a nf Brooker. died Saturday 'morning, a close friend, Mrs. 'Harriet Mass.; three brothers.. Rudolph Tuten, WAloo- 466.1641 ...r"I
I Manassa) Irwin who died at her bomi t Sept. 10. In a W *ner Bobbin, Ga. Flowers of Keystone Heights. of Palm Bay, Fla.,Melbotde"ruten of I :;, ", .,
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In Tuscon, Ariz. Thursday, .Sept. 8;, hospital after a long Illness. Funeral services were held at 4 Blackshear; Ga.:and Jeptha Tuten of .
after a long Illness. A mastiff resilient 'of Bradford p.m. on Monday' Sept. 12: in the Miami and one grandchild.. i. : \" "
Mrs. irwin Is remembered aa a fit- Mrs. RaUersxm moved toher DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Dr. Funeral services were held at 10 1 QP ,
quent visitor to Starke at Urn time I Georgia with her daughter two years James R. Neale Jr. officiating. a.m. Saturday, Sept: 10 at graveside ,. "ft\) I4ln/"Sk 11.
family was residing here. She is su tago, was the widow of the late Joe Burial was in Keystone Heights with Rev..J. Pat Murphy officiating. I '. rt '
vived by two sisters, Mrs. Thomas f. Raulerson and was a member of the Cemetery with Masonic Rites at the Burial was In 'Keystone Heights ''''t t ,
Grady, the former Mine M Muwt, Rock PrimiUve Baptist Church. grave. and' Thelma Tarkington, both o f include four daughters, and Hwy. 100, Keystone Heights, Jones Funeral Home, Keystone ', '.;.'
Orange Park, and four brothers Art, Mm. Ethel!: ParrUh of Sanford, Ms.Estell In charge of arrangements. In lieu of Heights. PdRI
Al, George and Phil, all of Jscksonville. Latner of ThomasvUle, Ga., flowers, contributions may be madeto -'Door Pete FREt '
Mrs. Ga., Faith Presbyterian Church of Helen R. Harley J'' DRINKS
and Mrs. LucilfaSerber of Orlando; Keystone Heights. Mrs. Helen Robinson HarW 75. of '
three sons,Kollle of Clatrmont,Henryof Starke, died Friday; lengthy pt. II at i
Johnnie J. Edenfield ThomasvlUe Ga. and Floyd her home following illness MOM-TUES-WED es)3Ce .
Johnnie J. Edenfield, 79, U Lain i Raulerson of Thomasville; two Mrs. Clemmie M. 11111 Born in Mechanicsbura Ohio, Mrs. .
Butler, died Tuesday night at hU i sisters, Mrs. Ollle Brook of Green Mrs. Clemmie M. Hill 68 of Harley moved to the Starke area over 75'HIGHBALLS 1 topar-c.:
home after an apparent heart attackA Cove Spring* Alma Beggs of Keystone Heights, died Saturday 58 years ago. She was a member of I S UOVA
life long resident of Lake Butler' ,,, Lawtey; one brother. Joe Forsythe of afternoon, Sept. 10, In Orange Park the First United Methodist Church of CO\\\e\ .
he was retired from the Division ol I I Hampton: 19 tfrsiiKfchlldren: 32 m-eat Community Hospital following a short Starke. i
Correction, where he was a correctional grandchildren and one great-great illness. Funeral services were held at 10:30 I I
officer. Mr. Edenfield was *, grandchild. Born in Dunnellon, Mrs. Hill movedto a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. \13 In the
farmer, a member of the Lake Butiei Funeral services were held Monday Keystone Heights from Jacksonville DeWitt C.. Jones Chapel with, Rev. I LIVE MUSICMD
Lodge No. 52 F. ft AM, and a member 1 Sept. 12, at 3 p.m. in the Chapel over 38 years ago and she was of Warren D. Langer offciaUnll.! Burial. THUR., FRI.. SAT.
of the Lake Butler Church of Christ of Archer"Funeral Home in Lake the baptist faith.Survivors was in Kingsley'' Lake 'Cemetery
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Butler. Burial was in Eteey Cemetery Include 'one daughter, under the direction of Jones Funeral' NIGHT PASS Country Rock &' Ron I :
Vila Walker Edenfield' of Lake under the direction of Archer Funeral Mrs. Linda Austin of Keystone Home, 514 East Nona St., Starke. _
Butler; three daughters Ida Lee Home ol Lake BuUef. Heights and one sister, Mrs. Frances 'C 1
Tyson of Fernandina Beach; Laths Caudill of Jacksonville. .
Rucker of Lake' Butler and Fay Funeral services were held at 10:30:
Card of Thanks
a.m. on Monday, Sept. 12, at
Drew of Avon Park; one foster!! FREE
daughter, Pauline' Thomas of Lake graveside with Rev; Leamon Ward of Laramie the '
We greatly appreciate the acts of ficiating. Burial was In Keystone
Butler
; two brothers, Leon Edenfield MOUNTING
of Fargo;Ga. and Seeber Edenfield of kindness shown to ow family during Heights Cemetery under the directionof Tire Easy Hlder'Tlre'
Providence; two sisters, Cassle the recent loss of our husband and Jones Funeral Home, Cypress St. BALANCING & Cr'OSbrQual..t'y Where You Ride
Pearce of Lake Butler and Ruby father, Wilton C. Conner. Thanks for and Hwy. 100, Keystone Heights. ,
cards, food and especially your VALVE STEM
Clyatt of Providence; 'nine grandchildren on Our. Reputation
; It great grandchildren and. prayer Next to Courthouse 964-8993
one The W.C Conner Family Richard F. O'Brien
great-great grandchild.
Funeral services were held Friday Richard Francis O'Brien, 57, of BHBBBFuHCircte
morning at 11 a.m. in the Lake Butler Orlando,died Tuesday, Sept. 5, at his
Church of Christ with Bro. Ferryman home following a short illness. qs LOW AS
We want to express our thanks to Born in Lawrence, Mass., Mr.
Dennison and Bro. Dan Jatrett of-
ficiating. Lake Butler Lodge.No, 52 F the Sheriffs Department and the City O'Brien moved to Orlando from New RI:-Caps LaraR:1le: Easy Rider As Low AsRoad ;
Police for their awl to friends ,
&AM officiated graveside in Ifekle help our York City in 1975. He retired as a
and relatives woo supported us with television newscaster from CBS News 7-Rlb Whitewall
Cemetery in 'Lake Butler. Archer Hazard 9 5' Poly
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was In their love and concern during' our and was a U.S. Navy veteran of World 1. 4
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charge of arrangements. bereavement War II. He was of the Catholic.faith. : Road Hazard 5
Sincerely, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Warranty ,
)ManaL.Wiggins Gail Ann O'Brien of Orlando; two 'S"
Levoa and Shirley AndrewsIn daughters, Miss Lynne O'Brien of ,
A78-13 19.95 H78.14 28.95
Raymond M. Buckenmeyer Garfield, N.J. and Miss Joanne! ., .PI65-80.13
I .t" Raymond Martin Buckenmeyer,62, O'Brien of Parmus N.J. one son, B78-13 21.99 5&0-1523.95
of Lake Butler, died at his home in Mark F. O'Brien of Oardeli N.J.; his C78-14 23.95 &00-1523.95 P175/005-13 32.95 P223/758.14 38.95
I Lake Butler after an apparent heart Loving Memoryof mother,Mrs. Irene F.O'Brien of East!: '078-14 23.95 ,878.1527.95 P18S175 .1433.9S ,P21517I5IMU7.95 ,
; attack Sunday morning, Sept. 11. Hartford, Conn.; one brother, Ed- 78-14 25.95 W7a.1S 28.95 P1951758-14 34.94 '22517158-153US
Born In Swanton, Ohio, Mr. Marion__Gnann ward F. O'Brien, 'Jr of Keystone P205l75 .1435,95 P2351758-15 39.95
Buckenmeyer moved to Lake Butler Born; August 91, 1915 Heights. F78-14 28.95 L79-1S 28.95 .
eight years ago from Wisconsin. He Died: September 17, 1978 Funeral services were held at' 11 078.14'27.95 ..m-.1ID-1DD P215175 14 36.95 taus.muo.1.71Free i
was employed the University cf a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 8 at

Florida member as of a St.carpenter Madeline and Catholic WM a Harrison W. Batchelder Williams graveside officiating., with Father Burial Michael was in mountingbalancing, &(; valve stem on all tires

Church of High Springs. Harrison W. Ba belder. 88, of Keystone Heights Cemetery under
i Survivors include his wife, betty Keystone Heights, died Saturday the direction of Jones Funeral. Home* mi nmmmtamaaamaaaaeamaaai
: Kennedy Buckenmeyer of Lake morning Sept. 10,AJachua General Keystone Heights. Laramie Glass, Rider AS'LOYi AS '
Butler; two daughters, Patricia Ann Hospital, Gainesville, following a "
Zani of Long Island, N.Y..and USA lengthy illness. Harry W. Tuten Radial2'PlyPoly OIL CHANGE
: Snyder' of Lake Butler; one son,' Born in Mount Holly New Jersey, Harry William Tuten, 39, of 2 Fiberglass Belts '
: Roger Buckenmeyer of New London, Mr. Batchelder moved to Keystone Melrose, died Wednesday morning, '
N.C.; two brothers, Joseph of Swan- Heights from Tucket-ton, N.J. 13 Sept. 7, in Bradford Hospital. Inc: WhttewagsiNarran-
ton Ohio and John Henry year ago. He was a retired communications following a long Illness. $1 2,95ul
Buckenmeyer of Toledo, Ohio; three worker with Radio Corporation Born in Blackshear, Ga., Mr.Tuten :'Road Hazard :
sisters, Margaret German of of -American where he was, moved to Melrose from Wichita,'Ken- .. ., \V 3.595 "t'
Palmeto, Fl*., Rosemary Roma of employed'fur more! than 40 years j : "."''Over1-' sri Mtl( 'ago> H*>wrrl if: ty +. .JqGf' f Keald.x t txo
f Berkey,.Ohio and Virginia Sterrett of WM a U.S. f levy veteran oI'Wodct: :, retired"'servteir representative'TroWUi6 ... 'yew{ J Hlrl Jn tgwta .a1 ft" '). .. :'.i,fall .spat laP1058OR13'39.95
Toledo, Ohio; and seven grand" War U; a member of the Tuck tton' *I t:Genera! Tire'Company and wks tf : P215175R.1U9:95: ': -'.5013. Oil, OH Filter &/LuWMONTHUR 1m!!
children. Masonic Lodge No.4, and the Scottish U.S. Navy veteran of World War II., .
Mass was said Tuesday afternoon Rite Bodies and Morocco Temple of He, was of the Baptist faith: '" "P1751805.1340.95 '25175R.1451.95
at 2 p.m. at the Chapel of Archer Jacksonville. Mr. Batchelder was a Survivors include two daughters, .P185180R-13IU.III '215175R.1551.95
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with member of the Faitb Presbyterian ,Mrs. Mary Ann Ullum Of Potwin, 185175R.14 4.95 P225175R.15 52.95 7:30-6: SAT 8-1' FRI 7:3O-5:3O
Father Roland Julian officiating. Church near Keystone Heights. Kan. and Mrs. Sheila Volis of Cam-
Burial was in Fort Call Cemetery Survivors Include a step-daughter, bria, CaUf'l; one son, Phillip Tuten of P1951755-14 45.95 '235175R.1555.95. CHEVRON'VISA & /MASTER CHARGE,
under the direction of Archer Funeral Mrs. Laura Mae Jones of Keystone Augusta, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. '205l75R.1447.95 ,.ptas.. FET 1.44-1.11
Home of Lake Butler. Heights; one sister, Mrs. Betty Meix- Susie V. Hammond of Melrose, Mrs.

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Bruce Wolfred and Linda Wolfred.
, Accident
Does It AgainThe In Sunday Palma D. Cain and Barbara} W.

moral of this story may be. If Two sailors were slightly Injured Cain.Harry M. Hatcher and Gloria H.Hatcher. .
you are wanted by authorities don't when their vehicle ran through a stop .
thumb a ride or at least don't ..ctI1IIIplcro. sign and kilo a ditch 011 SR-II near Johnson and Mae Pearl .
Johnny
...At any rate don't run from Kingsley Lake early Sunday morning "

Deputy Sammy Eunice and' Raiford. Michael Duane' Thompson and Johnson.James; S. Waters and Linda Y. .. ,, ,. .
Red Rouser. "
palSlelller Jim Dunce of Cecil Field Waters.
Traveling north on US-301 Monday Nnal AIr Station m Jacksonville O. Halle and Deborah S.
Gregory -
off-duty Deputy Eunice observed a were both taken to Humana Hospital '
man thumbing a ride. When the In Orange Park Haile.
man by Rescue 7" Mark W. Graudon and Allison N.
saw the patrol car he lowered his Thompson, driving a 1m Pontiac f
hand and and his bead. Eunice turned was southbound on CR-Z26, failed to Graudon.John D. Campbell and Joan N.
ths ear around thinking the man' toP for the intersection at SR-W, 1
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acted suspicious. When he headed the crossed the roadway going Into the Campbell.Freddie Lee'Rochelle and Albertha ,, "
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pa) '.!car back north the suspect took ditch bank. The vehicle then went D. Rochelle.: i, ...
off inning into the woods. through a fence and Into the woods Steven A Thomas and Linda B. h p
Additional Deputies Paul Stegall according to Florida Highway Patrol Thomas. s"+ f 1 ti ,
Lt. John Dempsey and Investigators J. and Richard E.
Rising
Damage Barbara
Don Denton and David Aderholt were to the vehicle was HAn OlIO
called and the area was sealed off. (totalled)? Rising: rti f, a? -.

When they were unable to locate the arrest Is pending, said Slgman.. t
suspect Sgt. J. D. McGuire and his lih t
bloodhound Raiford Red Rouser arrived Dispositions August 29 /Ar F)4t

to give assistance. BC Rescue Answers In BC Non-Jury Trials ) >r 91 ,, ,..+
Rouser found Ronald Eugene Grif C' -
fls, 'n, In the wooded area and Grlffls 73 Calls in AugustThe James R. Chamberlain leaving I .Y *
was arrested. There was a capias out scene of accident, found not guilty.. 4 '
Bradford County Rescue Unit while Intoxicated. $. e. 14t r 76y ?A
for Griffls for failure to appear on a Judy L. Booth, driving 3 d ti t e .1+
,charge of driving while hb license reports they answered 73 calls during fined $544, ten days in Jail on
was,supsonded., While being booked the month'of August l according to weekends (Friday evening until Sun-
into the county jail) a,new charge of Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman. day evening), license suspended five,
possession of cannibls (less than 20 SI calls transported 52 patients with years, attend DWI school, violate no
22 calls requiring transporting.' laws, under court supervision six
grams),was placed against Griffls
when .marijuana was found In his 32 people wlitransported Bradford -, months or until fine paid. Keystone Girl Injured...
shoe, according to,Eunice. were Judy L. Booth, driving withunlawful A Keystone Heights girl was Injured In an accident Fri Mercury.
Bond for each charge was set at taken to other hospitals. blood alcohol level, failure, day when the vehicle she was riding struck another vehicle Tonya Walker, a passenger In the VW. was taken by
$1,000. Griffls remains In Jail as of Five calls for a back-up unit were to carry and exhibit driver license on which was parked according to Deputy Ed Elster. Rescue 75 to humans Hospital Orange Park where she
Wednesday. answered demand and improper change of laneor John David Walker. I', of Keystone Heights, driving a was treated and released, according to EMT Emory Beck
Ralford Red Rouser is owned and Stat-Flight transported one patient course, cases dismissed by the, 1911 Volkswagen Rabbit, was westbound on Nightingale and driver Tony Brown. j
trained by McGuire who is a correctional from the scene and Rescue 60 assisted state attorney.Kary >, Street.As Walker attempted to pass a parked 1980 Mercury ,
officer at Florida State Prison. Union County Rescue SO with a cardiac Frederick Padgettdriving which was partlcally on the pavement an approaching Damage to the Mercury was t3.000.The VW was totalled,
McGuire gave assistance on his own patient.' while Intoxicated. found not-guilty. vehicle caused Walker to collide with the rear of the parked according to Sgt. Leon Green.
time, said Eunice.'Rouser found two Six calls were to trauma patients James Price, driving while intoclcated ->
juveniles in the Highlands area who and five calls were to trauma patients fined $281.80, license suspended '.
resulting from automoble accidents. six months 180 days supervision or
stolen a car in Winter Haven last ,
bard Nineteen calls were illmsss related Salvation Army, so hours community Traffic ViolationsIn "

and six calls were- to 'people. with work, attend DWI school. Bradford County
breathing problems. Carolyn S. Thornton, driving while
Graham Man Arrested One call was alcohol related one intoxicated' fined S201.SO, license Wesley, Delane Willingham of Multi '
call was a gunshot wound victim and' suspended six months 180 days' Starke was arrested September 6 and Mile
In Green Cove SpringsA one call was a stabbing-victim.,Two Salvation Army supervision, SO hours, charged with driving while intoxicated
man was people were dead when the rescue, community service work and attend and driving while his license
Graham
arrested
September 10, and charged with unit arrived. DWI school. I '. was suspended according to TrooperW. : :fljI.! '
One call-was to a person with an D. Langston.
possession of less than.20 of
grams emotional problem and one call was a Willingham was stopped on US-301 Radial SupremeRa
cannibls
Green of, the according to Sgt. Leon special detail.One Two Keystone Arrests* *; driving a 1971 Oldsmobile. His blood
Clay. County. Sheriff'sDepartment. call was obstetric related and, For DWI September'10William alcohol content was .19 percent, according White Walls
one call was a ,drug overdose victim. to the arrest record. Hazard &
Keith DeWayne Halsey, 19.) ofGr.ham Two calls were false alarms and. one Clarence Loper, 35,. of.KeystoneHeights ], Bond for the charges totaled $500. Pliil F.E.T.
was stopped In Green Cove call was Ore related. was arrested and Willingham was released on his own '.' White Walls P185/80R-13 42.88
Springs. Drug parphenilla was in, Bradford reminded ... .
citizens are the charged with driving while mtoxIcatod. recognizance.Maria P195/75R-14 45.88
evidence thru the windows and ff.t
car a number to c.ll-for the Rescue Unit according ,to Deputy John: Polyester I fW' ,
consent 50.88
search P205/75R-14
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was service Is 964-8181. Using the correct Cassidy "-'1; S.Emmons of Miami was arrested '
During the search of Halsey's vehicle number assures you the call,will be Bond for the charge was set at$252,* September 3 and charged with P155/80D-13 25.99 P2C5/75R-15 '52.88
79 cassette tapes were found. The handled promptly, said Chapman. Loper was released:!from Clay County t i driving while her license was P165/80D-13# '26.99 P215/75R-15 54.88
tapes !la with
were wrapped plastic ,Jail after he posted a surety bond. suspended according to Trooper D. 27.99
TGY stickers still P175/800-13
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DeanjRoBS utman, 21, of Keystone ;:
Following a thorough News Of RecordIn Emmons mile westof P185/75D-14 '29.99
obtained Heights was arrested and chargedjwith was stopped one P235/75R-15 '60.88
admitted be had
Halsey Bradford County driving while Intoxicated and, Starke driving a 1973 Mercury. '
twice' that many tapes from the having an Improper tag, according to, Bond for the charge was set at$100, Foreign Car '
Starke store with the help of an Marriages dissolved ,during the Deputy Ed Elster. she was released after she posted a BrakesResurface
employee. At this time there Is no month of 1983 In Bradford Bond surety bond. '
August for the charges was set at! Rotors TuneUpCOHBETT'S .i
charge placed against Halsey. in County $302. Putman was released after ) i
Bradford county. Skippy T. Crawford and Sandra,E. posted a surety bond. l |,Edgal'.JUltinlano,23, of.New York ., .. '" '$ ,
|JJJond for the possession charge was : r : ) ted Septembet r 1 and $3995', ::1250.. >r!. \ f
Crawford. i -$ I { .>.lii'Lki'tlt' > wse! \ wrl'\ ', 4dn I1JA1oi +tiWJ' ?' 'f
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', -.un nr' 14 I.-Sh ppard. n: Hampton Man Arrest to Patrolman Williamson Tillo" '
Ernest Lee Bates,, Jr. and Jacqueline .. '. JJRESjc SERVICE
Starke Man Bates. Disorderly IntoxicatedJames Bond for the charge was set at $50. [I II
Charged Melinda Renee Johns and Jefferson was Justiniano was released after he t+iMMiHt (Formerly Vo7k. i-s stone) 9646436UAliL
Tabron 43, of Hampton '
With Second Offense Johns. posted a cash bond. :
,* Byron arrested September 12 and charged : .
Steven E. Luther and Edna Luther. ,*: '* '\ :.. : ==: : :: : :J

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placed against a Starke man last Ernest :N. Cauley, and Sandra G Tabron was released on his own
week charged' with possession of Cauley. recognizance.CARRIER: \
marijuana. David Lee': Hughes and Carolyn. B.
David Lee Tucker' was' arrested Hughes.
August 28 and charged with grand -
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walkie-talkies,'valued at $2,800, had I
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Tucker Florida ,Police admitted Department stealing last the year.two .j:{: w HOT [ .. 9r

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New West German Diet HeJpsTwo-yeor-oJd wi Rare Skin Disease; n Y':

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1 By Marcia Goodge skin creams and special procedures she says, snapping her fingers. learned to stand and to scoot along
Staff Writer .that keep Chris's disease under con- The ideal thing for Chris would bea the floor. He weighs only about 20 1rtd
trip to Toronto or to the clinic in pounds. "He Is slow in all the motor
Chris Campbell is a small boy will!I trol.Chris still has a few blisters, sores West Germany. At the clinics, they development," says Brenda, "but
a very big problem. He has epider- and some scars, but the Improve have facilities that simply aren't his social development Is almost norma
molysis bullosa (EB) or the'thin ment is visibly dramatic. "I know it available in most places in the U.S. !."
skin" disease. works," says Brenda, "I can show The diet calls for beef, no more than The Campbells give Chris physical
Chris was born with only 25 percent you pictures of how he was before 4 days slaughtered, fresh chicken every night and a profes h
of his skin intact. The rest of and you can see for.yourself. that and fresh eggs. Unless you slaughter therapy comes in once a i
his body looked as thou he had he's better." your own beef, you probably won't month to work with him. ) ,
been badly burned was "a The treatment calls (or the find it this fresh. Chris is talking a little bit, butseems r d 4 41
bloody mess," says his mother, freshest foods, blended for easy The Campbells can't afford to take to understand a lot more than f
Brenda Campbell; who moved to digestion and large doses of the trip to Canada or West Ger- he says since he responds to things .r'
Starke recently with her parents, vitamins. "The doses have to be many. "It costs about$50.000 just fora that are said to him. His shy smile is 1PI i
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell. large because they (EB victims) on- few weeks at the clinic in West ,likely to burst out at any moment, 0 d} ;"
His skin was so sensitive that he ly absorb a small percentage of it In- Germany, and they want to see their and he certainly has more to smile
couldn't be picked up or touched to their system," says Brenda. The patients every six months," says about now.
without causing large sections of treatment takes longer with children Brenda, over a period of just two "If we didn't use this treatment,
skin to break open and come off. He because they naturally absorb things years, the cost could mount tremen- 'Chris would be bathed twice a day
had huge blisters all over his small slowly."If dously with the expense of the home and wrapped up the rest of the time.
body. I could afford to put Chris on treatmeht as well. That would be the life of Chris, We
There 1 Is no cure for EB that Is the treatment and keep him on the The reason the home treatment is 'couldn't pick him up or play with
recognized by American doctors. treatment, we speculate that he so expensive is because everythingChris him. He couldn't play with his
The only treatment given to victimsof could be recovered in three or four eats must be as fresh as possi .brother or hold a toy or crawl on the An Unusual Treat...
this disease Is to protect the skin years," says Brenda. ble. The vitamins be takes are not floor. What kind of life is that?, To with his mother.-Breiida. Sweets; aren'tusually
by giving baths twice a day and The expense Is the deciding factor the drugstore type, they have to bit never know what it feels like to hold'a Chris shares a strawberry his diet and lollipop this Is only the second lollipop he's1 ever had.
allowed on
wrapping it In bandages with some Brenda and her parents run the sent from Detroit. toy or hold your brother's hand" Is under control now, but was once so senses bcouldn't
type of cream on them. One method Eastern gas station and conveniencestore It's not just the medication and Brenda"He's so much better Ills rare skin disease without breaking and tearing his akin.We' .
that used vegetable grease earnedone on the corner of 301 and 100 to diet that Is expensive, Chris has to 'this way." be touched or picked up
young sufferer, Michael Ham- try to make enough to keep Chris on wear the thickest disposable diapers Doctors in America are hesitant
mond, the nickname "Crisco Kid." the treatment. They sold their farm they can find and must be changed about this treatment. The large
Michael died of complications from and moved to Starke and opened the immediately because the acid in his doses of vitamins could be toxic if
the disease when he was about 10 station three months ago.. urine burns his skin badly. A baby the victims absorbed the normal
years old.Although. "At first, I thought there's no way can go through a lot of diapers under percentage of them, Instead of the
I'm leaving him to work all day. But those circumstances. ,diminished percentage that the Ger-
doctors gave Brenda he's improved so much, he acceptedit "I've tried to cut corners on the man and Canadian doctors say they
very little hope for Chris,'a new easily. My mother takes care of expense. We tried cloth diapers and 'absorb. American medicine has not
treatment from West Germany has him while I m at work and when he regular baby food, but he just yet sanctioned this treatment. srr,
given her hope, not only of treating needs changing or it's time for him breaks out again. I have no choice in' Unless and until America gets a
Chis, but of curing him: to be put to bed, she calls me and I the things I buy for him," says Bren- treatment center of this type, Chris __r .
The new treatment was developedby run home. We live very near here." da. will have to rely on the Canadian .
a West German biochemist, Brenda's mother can't pick Chris "If you've got a sick child, you program. L : I IL
Pavel Kozak. A treatment center up very well since she had a stroke, want him well. I just don't have the The treatment will probably be
was opened in Toronto, Canada. Ac- but she's not disabled to the point of money to take him to Canada, but very expensive in any case. A fund
cording to Brenda, It works on the being unable to care for him.. we do the best we can here," she In Chris Campbell's name has been k"C
assumption that the disease is caused They opened the business three says.Brenda. established at Fortune Federal on it
by a liver malfunction tied to a months ago and were doing pretty' recounts a case she heard:; sa 100. Donations can be sent to the ,.,. t
1 digestive problem. "They (EB vic- well last month. This month is not of of a 30-year-old Canadian victim bank. If you would feel more com- l q a
tims) just don't take In the protein good, since vacations are over and wiio was sent to West Germany by fortable donating something other i._ ,.'_ ___ _
and nutrients they need from their' there are fewer travellers on the the Canadian government on a mer- than money, cloth diapers would bea _
food," she says. road. cy flight. The man was not expectedto good Item since Chris goes through
She heard about the center In "I've had to take Chris off the live. He had begun the internal so many. They can't have elastic
Toronto, but couldn't afford to take treatment several times, we simply bleeding that sometimes accom- 'and they must be tho thickest. kind, e'I.
Chris there. She wrote them and can't afford it all the time. Every panies EB because the disease for 16-20 pounds.
they sent her the details of the treat- time I have to take him off it, weakens the mucous membranes, Clothing would also be a good
ment. It Is expensive. It costs an because I can't afford it or becausehe that line the organs. item, since the creams used on
average of $400 each week for the has a cold, it's like starting allover According to Brenda, he returned '.Chris's sores ruin clothing quickly':
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special foods, vitamins, medicine, He breaks out just like that," from Germany six weeks later and Donations of these types can be ; :
looked very normal. The disease was made to the Campbells at their _
uhder control. This prompted the home (964-4536) or at the Eastern Lyn
Big Harrell reunion Canadian doctors to open the Toronto ,station (904-9954). Brenda will probably
family clinic. be found at the station. If you
I Several American victims that she 'don't feel comfortable going to the n ,. eW
"n"4 of' v bows to CM rf the bank, simply go to the Ea ui T
planned in Lake ButlerThe clinics and have improved tion and put a few coins in the jar on
remarkably.Chris the counter. Any donation, no matter
has not yet learned to walk bow small will help Chris overcomethe
first reunion of the Harrell Joseph and Nancy had 1O children! because of the muscle weakness that effects of'this disease and will be
family is planned for October 1, at the John Quincy Harrell married Georgia accompanies this disease, but!,he has deeply!, appreciated.It .
Woman's Club building in Lake Ann Amanda Johnson, James .* T
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Butler.A Madison Harrell died 1877 unmarried (
business meeting is scheduled for left no heirs,-,Mary.Jane married .. H"" ,
11 a.m.,Permanent officers.,will be,?t,Matthew.4Doc.LynnVirginia, E. ? f b ; a Have ')( :!.1'1'
decided at this meeting. Temporary 1 married James t Jim) Crews Joseph P I
officers appointed for this first reu- Willard married Nancy Darrah Cone Everything
nion include: Malcolm Harrell,chair- and Ida Marie Dyal, WlUiam M. mar- 1 q airs's' ,
Sarah Sowell ried Beulah Lee Raburn, Lee S. mar-
man; secretary; Betty '
Brooker, treasurer; Iva Jean Harrell, ried Addle Moore, Ida married OF H & R BLOCK TAX COURSE FORI
program chairman; Rhonda Harrell Thomas Lee Weeks, Annie married :
and Reita Barger family John G. Brooker and Wade Hampton H & R BLOCK, the!; country's largest income tax preparation firm, i s \
genealogists. There will be a brtng- married Annie Elizabeth Dukes. will hold house on September r 16 & 19 983 for the public '
on ,
open : ;
your-own picnic lunch to share following Joseph Coly Harrell was the son of DOGS
at 1 p.m. Bring enough food for John S Harrell and Nancy Augley who to show how Income taxes are taught
your family and some to share with Is believed to have married in Roberson Anyone Interested Income preparation, Is Invited to visit us I
others. There is for the County, N.C. John S. and Nancy
a park and at 964 N. Temple '
between 1 5'p.m. or Monday
children.This Is on the lake and thereis had nine children: Margaret, Jessie, p.m. Friday -
a large area where they can play. Joseph Coly, William Hazel, Merritt Ave., Starke. r .. -
Ashley, John S., Samuel Jeames. Tax mqnuols and classroom materials will be on display. Instructors If You, Need
Edna Mae Weeks will the Henry Mathew AU Britin, David '
display
,, veteran H & R Block tax pre parers, will answer! any questions '
Holton. ,
family tree she has made, complete :
with leaves bearing names of all Speculation is that the Harrells pertaining to Income tax preparation; It. We HaveFall
known descendants.The originally came from Ireland, to the The Income tax course begins on September 20 and continues 1 '

family genealogistS pre- Virginias, Carolinas, Georgia and on for twelve weeks. The school's! curriculum: of more than Uo.lax' Seeds If or Can .
sent an update on the family history to Florida. ;
along with a pictoral history of the Anyone having any information on, topics Includes such, subjects as filing! requirements, Itemizing"deductions In ,Stock 1
the early Harrells are encouraged to ;
family. 'ij rental property and business returns: Get If
Joseph Coly Harrell was born in attend the reunion and/or contact enroll In the school no previous tax experience or ,I. I
Thomas County, Georgia. He married Reita Barger, evenings or weekends Anyone may )
Nancy Holloway September 23, 1852, (904) 485-1269 (phone listed under 'accounting knowledge is required; Persons Interested In enrolling
then moved southward to Bradford Brooker, Fla.), Route 1. Box 1375 I Iin H & R Block's Income Tax School may contact the ti) 4 R Block orifice Alligator Ranch"

County, around the 19608. Gainesville, Fla 32601. 964 N. Temple Ave., Starke or call 964-8286. ,

Jeffrey A. Powell gram. After graduation spent two Farm Center ":" ; :'. '

Enlists in Army months working with Hercules, Inc. IIIR 8LaCKTHE ,
prior to leaving for basic training on

Jeffrey Allen Powell, son of Pete Aug. 10.After. U.S. 301 S. -,Starke 964-6973 })
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stationed In Georgia for Army school .
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from page S 18 New Felony Cases Three cases of worthless "checks ',Benjamin M. Tench, ad- other subjects. foreement

Franklin Albert Received in against Janie Sea, $150 court cost was ministrative judge in Baker County. "It Is a grueling 12 weeks of Intensive the Florida agencies In the Nation It Ia
was arrested September Young of Starke .AugustThe paid (restitution had been nude.y Theron A. Yawn, Jr.', administrative law enforcement training and continue to seek Highway Patrol's goal to
with allowing 4 and charged Bradford County Office of the Lonnie Mae Session arrested June 7 judge of the juvenile those who complete the class will both male and qualified candidates
an unauthorized female
son to drive, to per- State Attorney received 18 felony for aggravated battery, dismissed. department in Alachua County. have earned the privilege to wear the groups. concluded In all ethnic
according Colonel
A. Williams. Trooper B. cases during the month of August. due to Insufficent evidence: The county court judges of Bradford uniform of one of the finest law en-, Burkett.
There Were no casj received from ,Gilchrist, Union and Levy Counties -
Ervin Hartley, 54 of Starke
was
the
Department of Corrections- Infor- are appointed as acting circuit
stopped on US-301 driving a 1980 mations Judges judges. Union County Court Judge
Chevrolet truck and were filed on 17 prior cases AssignedIn
arrested for driving and 15 Bobby L. Kirby is also .
eases were dismissed by the appointed as
while his license 8th Circuit
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was suspended, state attorney's office. acting circuit judge in Baker County.
to Williams.
according released There were no Jury trials in August Circuit judges in the Eighth Under Florida law, Baker County
$100 Young cash was bond. after he posted and the office declined to prosecute Judicial Circuit received their new Court Judge D. L. Griffis cannot be
a after he Hartley was released four cases. Three guilty pleas were assignments for the first six months applnted as an acting circuit judge
posted a $200 cash bond. accepted and the office executed two of 1084.The assignments detail duties since he Is not a lawyer Judge Tench i

Joanne Banks Brazell, 32, of Starke search warrants. The state attorney for the eight Judges in the six-county aid..
was arrested September 6 and handled one bond validation and. four circuit and were released Monday by
with charged Violation of probation cases. Chief Judge Benjamin M. Tench.
while
driving intoxication
to Trooper Kenneth ,according One case was extradited, according New assignments for county Judges FHP Recruit Class
Ethridge. to Investigator Wiley'Clark. in Alachua County will, not be announced -
Brazell was stopped on SR-100 west Over 50% '
of the Starke city limits. Her blood Informations were filed on 40 until later this month while MinorityThe 82 ESCORT '
alcohol content was .15 percent. misdemeanor cases during the monlh the judges decide how their caseloads' Florida Highway Patrol an-
Bond for the charge was set at$300. and seven cases were dismissed. will be distributed between them, nounced today that for the first time I
Brazell was released after she posteda There were two non-jury trials and. 18 Judge Tench said. in history more than half the ap-
surety bond. guilty pleas were accepted. The new assignments, effectiveJan. plicants invited to attend the recruit 5O88
1 are; class scheduled to begin September Swill ,
The state attorney's office handled Wayne M. Carlisle, administrative be minorities and females.
Eddie Taylor Jackson, Jr., 22, was 28 initial appearances or arrar- judge for Division I of the criminal, Colonel Bobby R. Burkett,Directorof 12178
arrested September 9 and chargedwith raignmenU In traffic criminal court. court and administrative judge for' the Patrol said "We are excited to
driving while his license was Ten cases were handled subsequent. to the criminal'department I in AJ chua have over SOX of our next Academy
suspended and wilful-wanton reckless arraignment. County.Chester. class to be made up of minorities and
driving, according to Trooper B. A. Juvenile petitions were filed on B. Chance, administrative'judge females. This Is the result of an all out
Williams. three cases. Two cases were dismissed for Levy County' and administrative recruiting effort by our people. A AC plus -
Jackson was 'spinning donuts' and by the state attorney judge for the civil' division breakdown of the class reveals 32 .'
sliding In Bradford Square parking lot Cases dismissed in August were the In Alachua County. white males, 14 black males, 10 white
driving a' 1983 BuIck. He had been following; John J Crews,administrative judge females, 8 black females and two
drinking according to the arrest Sworn complaints of three cases of for Union County. hispanic males." ,-
record. 'worthless checks, dropped when Osee R. Fagan, administrativejudge All Patrol applicants must undergoan J
Bond for the charges was set at a restitution made and court costs paid. for Gilchrist County and administrative extensive background investigation -
total of $350. Jackson was released Irving Browning arrested judge of the probate, in- and must successfully pass a bat-
after he posted a surety bond. September 18, 1982 for grand theft, competency, guardianship and trust. tery of written examinations and a
case dropped when pre-trlallnterven- department for Alachua County. He .physical examination before being EXTRA SPECIAL
tion (PT) agreement was successfully will also act as presiding judge over accepted as a Florida Highway Patrol
completed. Baker and Myers Act cases In recruit. '
Morning Accident Alachua County.R. The new recruits will report to the 80
Sworn complaint of cheating filed A. (Buzzy) Green, Jr., administrative Florida Highway Patrol Training CHEVETTEQ
Sees Driver ArrestedA on May 9, case dismissed for insufficient judge for Division II of Academy in Tallahassee, September
Starke man was arrested evidence and improper venue. the criminal court In Alachua County. 4 to begin 12 weeks of vigorous train- ".1n
September 11 and charged with driv- Two escapees from FSP In 1973, Elsie S. Sanders, administrative ing. The curriculum will include acci- 2988
ing with unlawful alcohol'blood level case dismissed due to SA being judge in Bradford County and administrative -!' dent investigation, law, geography, .
and driving while his license unable to locate essential witnesses. judge of the appellate self-defense, vehicle operations, riot e
suspended, according to Trooper was B.. Elizabeth Underhill case 'of .worthless department in Alachua County. i,,control!, use of firearms and many 1450A 4 .p..d, A/C 9
check filed December
A. Williams. 21,1981,
William E. Seay, 20, was eastboundon dismissed' when restitution. was, i
made. 1C
SR-100 driving a,1973 Ford at 2 ,
Grady Douglas Nettles arrested Ju-
a.m. when he said some dogs crossed
in front of his vehicle and he served to ly 27,'1982 for manufacturing mari- T
avoid them. Seay lost control of'his 'juana and possession of marijuana,
dismissed
vehicle, left the roadway and struck a completed;when PTI was successfully 0 dRIaI 1)AMERICA'S I)
fence. Damage to the Ford which had
Belinda Merkle of Jacksonville Itje
an expired tag was$2,000According .
to the arrest record charge' of worthless check filed o d
March 30, 1982, dismissed when, ONLY SPORTS CAR
Seay's blood alcohol content was .19 .
restitution was made. '
percent.Bond Inmate Charles Daniel lRD@I@
escaped 79 Corvette
for the charges was set at a
August, 1980 dismissed
case defendant
total of $400.
Seay was released afterhe
is being prosecuted in another
.
posted a surety bond. gu'"SPECI
jurisdiction.
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New York and was a U.S. Army Our heartfelt thanks to all who ex- Polyester Fiberglass'Belted ,
veteran of WWI. He was a member of and
tended comforting sympathy helpin
the American Legion in Keystone "
our recent sorrow. For the
Heights and was of the Methodist beautiful service, lovely cards, gifts. Whitewalls "
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kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. '
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+ new arta and crafts shop on south building techniques with clay.The$20 Rub-out Workshop Saturday Sept,
r 301 In Starke was recently'! opened as a fee Includes instruction, glazes and 17, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. LaTrelle
R j5 family affair for Vlckl Sparks and fifing for six pots. Dates (one .of Hamilton will demonstrate how to
Bobby Sue O'Brien. 'The two sisters following series): Mondays,Oct.3,10 rub-out a landscape. This clans is for'
and their husbands, Lee Sparks and and 17 (7-10 p.m.) Saturdays!Oct 1, 8 experienced rub-out artists only.
James O'Brien own and operate the and IS ((10 a.m. to 1 p.m.'Tuesdays.Nov. Rub-out Painting A series of'I'InIn-'
Creative Cottage which,takes in 8, 15 and 22 (7-10 p.m.) Wheel day night classes will begin Sept. 22
a a'Atli broad spectrum of art classes will begin soon (Includes Sept.29 and Oct.6) at a cost
Basketry Linda Hartstall Instructs of $21 for the complete session.Oil .
aln 'i Beside supplies for various types of the students In the weaving of various Painting Pat Weaver instructs
r'a 1x" a artwork,the shop does specialty work types 'of baskets; *7.50per class this all-day workshop on Oct. 29 in
like picture framing, pastel portraits. covers instruction only. Cusses are landscape oil painting. $35 covers In
Ink drawings for on the following Sundays from 1-4 struction. The class will last from 8
tionary;and caricatures by cartoonist p.m. Sept. 11; melon basket, egg a.m.-6 p.m. A minimum of 12 participants
Robert Dawkins. Dawklns can do a basket and oriole basket. Oct. 2; hen is needed for this lasso .
comic sketch: of a person from a basket. Oct 30; key basket. Nov. 20; Beginners are welcome.
photograph and draw them in any cornucopia.! Dec. 4f potato basket.
surroundings you choose.Caricaturesare Adoptable Doll :Michelle Parker Bobby Sue O'Brien Is the art Instructor -
presently $7 and can be ready In teaches this 3-night course and will at the Bradford County High
just four days. provide you a pattern so yoo can School and she says she's"been wanting -
make more dolls of your own. Dates: to have a shop like this since 1972.
The Creative Cottage also has a gift Monday and Tuesday Sept.26-27 from This seemed like a good. time to get
section that is stocked with work from 6:30: to 10:30: p.m:$35 covers instruction started."
local artists. The hand-crafted items and materials to make one doll The'Sparks and the O'Briens planan
include woodwork, kitchenecessities (unclothed). open house sometime in the future
wall wreaths, table Stenciling Vicki and Bobby Sue They also have plans for expanding
decorations baskets; macrame ac teach this class f 10 Includes instruction their art supplies, gifts and classes.
... :-". ... I -.........-- __ cessories. decorative throw pillows) and materials for two muslin All four of the proprietors have other
and wall plaques. They have oIl pain- pillow tops and a small wooden wall lobs, so all proceeds from the shop go
In This Thing Together... tings, scenic photographs and handcrafted ,plaque. Dates (one .of' following): back into expanding the shop. Yield
sailboats.In Tues. Sept. 27,10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wed. minds the store during the day, since
'Two sisters Vicki Sparks (I) and Bobby Sue O'Brien (r), Almost anything artistic can be found at the shop. If they addition to all these,the Creative Oct.IS,7-10 p.m. Wed. Oct. 26, 10 a.m. she works at the Florida Theatre at
along with their husbands, have opened an arts and crafts don't have U, they can get U. If they can't get It. they can Cottage sponsors classes In various to 1 p.m. night.
shop called the Creative Cottage on south 301 next to the make It. They offer classes In all types of art work. types of art. If you are interested in B.Il'nnnll.DrawTuesdays, Oct.
drive-In theatre. any of the following classes, it is'important 4,11,18 and 25, from 7-9 p.m:112 for Come visit the Creative Cottage and
that you contact the Creative' all 4 nights, does not include get artistic. '
Cottage as soon as possible, as the materials (estimated. cost 'of Creative Cottage Is open from 10am
I.:. number of students for each class Is materials Is$15)Calligraphy to 6 pm. Monday through
somewhat limited and the classes are the art of beutiful hand Wednesday, Closed Thursday,Friday.
; on a first-come, firstservebasis.. lettering will be taught by Charles 10 a.m.-6n.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 4
I Researchers "uncle"Hopeful Spaces are still available so call today Hall. Classes will be !set up'at a later p.m. The Cottage is also open at any
want ants to cry 964-6118. date. Call and let them' know you're time a class is offered Including certain
Pottery and Sculpture Hand Interested. times on Sunday.

that nature can do what which can result in a secondary infection where the fire ant comes into contact
pesticides couldn't, (researchers are if it bursts. with man frequently; and In areas
conducting new research programs in Until a control agent is found and where fire ant does not come into con
South America in search of a employed, he said officials from tact with man frequently,not to apply'
biological control agent for the WAS, are recommending a two- pesticides in thoce areas. GET PAcTS..1
pestersome Imported fire ant. pronged strategy to combat the fire "If we find a biological control'' THE'
After years of unsuccessful at- agent, then we would have an, .integrated .
tempts to eradicate the fire ant,scien- ant."Currently, the strategy is. to program with chemical control -' '
tists from the Institute of Food and judiciously use chemicals In mound- In urban areas and biological control < .
Agricultural Sciences at the UF, U.S. to-mound treatment in urban areas in non-urban areas."' .GET A FOR TRUCK
Department of Agriculture and other .
state agencies in the South are ,
cooperating on development of an in-', PINEHURST "
tegrated approach: biological control STARKE' 1984 'R 1983 F- lOb
and the selective use of pesticides."If | Grocery & Variety ,I nger
we can discover some agents StoreOPEN
that are effective in controlling fire : UPHOLSTERY "Sr if 117" W. B.
ants in their homeland in South 7 a.m. 9 p.IT i
America, then possibly we could import '
those mechanisms," said Dr. Ladies We Do *6695 oo,
Jerry Stimac, associate professor of Exquisite Form All Types Of 5995
population ecology in IFAS. BRAS
A biological control agent is any I UPHOLSTERING
agent occurring naturally that keeps & 1984.
another population in check; for ex-. Now Is the time to '
ample, other ants that compete with If j =
the' fire ant for territory and food P.ANTIESJ/ : 1 150(4x4)( )
}Ir iuyeiote your j L ..J" ? ,' :
predators that eat lire ant queens; or. ,,:. ; ..i ((6)E.250r); IN '
a disease or parasite that kills the ant, LADIES 7 ,a FurnitureSUMMER 'i.say rSTOCK.fSALEr: PRICED"List t'.((4)) \F-35Gaii: ,

Stimac explained..He reasoned that Diesels 12,295.00 "
such a control agent must be present SUNDRESSES Car r' t "Dualie" Diesels
in South America because fire ant VansBoat I '
4.Speed w/Air
LOADED!!
populations are kept in check there k Skirts & Blouses $ 10.29500
without pesticides. s f
"What we have found, in Brazil, 25 % oft
particularly, is a complex of ant "
species not present in the United 'Ii. ,
States that appears to compete very Ladies & MensJEANS We Lay --- .t, _
effectively with the imported fire & Vinyl OVER 9O TRUCKS ARRIVING
ant," Stimac said. "So, it's possible Carpet a
the imported fire ant Is primarily con- Call for Free ;
25% Estimates :
trolled in Its homeland by other ants oft' 'WITHIN SO DAYS
have from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
we don't" here in the United Al sizes M brands '
States. 964-5587 !h ,
The solution then seems simple: .

bring turn tunately them those, Stimac loose ants on to pointed the this fire country out ant., there's Unfor-and P1NEHURST GROCERYAND r ((2)) Bronco (full size) 193 models_

more to it. '
"The ants that compete with the VARIETY STORESR '
Disco
fire ant are not specific," he said. "t'ed
That is, they do not eat just fire ants; 100 South Starke -- -
they prey on many different types of _
organisms. We must make sure that i!Y $200000'
any species introduced will not have
detrimental effects. on non-pest :*-
organisms. ii
"If we find that these ants are the
primary control agent, then it raises\
some Interesting' questions with r rCOIofltak -

United respect States to biological because control we have in the no RCA ,s : : L"Sat

precedent for introduction of a com
plex of species of
IFAS researchers anthers have ,
been investigating fire ants for nearly 2000 J JRCA2S'
15 years, he said. Stimac's late colleague -
Dr. William Buren, identified SALE J--
the species and promptly labeled it L ciT'
"solenopsis invicta," meaning, "the diagonal I
unconquered." USDA scientists set 0 3tTM.MEMOTC i.t at _
out to change its status with attemptsto .CONTROL 't I '
eradicate-or at least control the. State-of-the-art ; I
ant-with pesticides. -
Later, however, researchers technology In space- MODEL
discovered that the use of pesticidesover I- saving cabinetry r,,_+ 1 .; ;((2)))' 1984 Broncos":' '
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a wide area did not solve the pro e127channeleapabiliry $100 Sawyer. Discount$7W ((3)) 1984 Bronco ll's
blem. With all ants eliminated from S RCA Super AccuFiller! "' LOADED .1' '
Instant Factory '
110 picture tub 5 Speed,& Automatic
some regions, the was clearedfor
way e, You've got to see It.to Rebate .
the more efficient imported fire believe It,
ant queens to move in, and"colonize"the J ,. r
area without competition from I I' l Ir.er "

other"Under ants.some conditions, when you, Thunderbirds & Mustangsj ', jj
imported fire ant* ;
you inadvertently give that species an 'Itillrollllltb"-- MtfuurenC a .
advantage, and its numbers can rise\ J>
to higher levels," he said. j at "Dealer J j

Stimac's An IFAS point clearly.experiment Scientists made applied j bHraHMMSWMMMMiMBiiMMHMais invoice"

chemicals: to plots in Gainesville .;

area."All Others of the ants were were left untreated.eliminated fora ; .Our.,.:entire'''Inventory' both 1 83 .&,.84. models,.are! priced Well BELOW
"
short period of time, Stimac said,
"but this was followed within an 'ni8it"'L'ow' Profit" Dealers Den't, !. 'make. ',a '$1000 mistake Check, ,
18-month period by a large increase in ,
the number of fire ant nests. In the ,I wthius' BEFOHE; you buy!
!. ,
plots we did not treat we had no In- t
crease in the number of fire ant nests. I y .. .- ,
"The net effect of treating plots tg rL ...

I the with number chemicals of fire was ant that nests we increased up to 30 I "SEE:CLYDC,'BYRON', WAHNEY, BH.L OR.T TOM TODAY Y p :.

times that prior to treatment within w '
18 months..At that point, we began to } '
look more seriously for a.biological TERWILLEGAR. _
MOTORS
,control agenthe said. _
The fire ant was first introduced ,
around Mobile Ala. In the 1940s, and '306 W.kadisom-US )i-Starke Florida
has spread from coastal North ; >

Texas.Carolina,A painful to southern sting from Florida the tiny.to iF'L/ 332 Wl. Madison Street : tVr.f\ ',' 994-700' .

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,I New fitness center opens in KH I

JL I
ByMarkFrlndlln BCT Bull Writer "We hope everyone will come In formerly called the Body Shop. j
and
benefit from some of the tri
A new owner at Uw equipment "From 'what I've seen, 'Keystone I
f Helghta'lleallb and Fitness Keystone Center we have on hand and from tile Heights and the surrounding area are j
I and a well known local aerobics In- program earlyobg to offer .ta. really athletic community with a lot I 7t 1. "
ling in p
of enthu lam and for the local C i
I support
structor have teamed ,, ,
up to offer a Guinn, a long time Melros'e'e rsesdentwho's ,
I "total Illness program" suitable r r r high school teams we hope we can t
} people cI all for children attend KHHS and who get some of those people as interested j'
ages. la the new, owner of the center In keeping their own bodies in shape

d I .__ ;jtn.--. D1OJ! .__&.-.... as they are In other sports." I r a + ,r, o,'
1._ p Steve's son transfered from .
'I, Gainesville High School 'to play for j '
I the KHHS Indian varsity football y,
( team because 'his family "likes the '' .
.,
( small town atmosphere" in this area I
If! .. compared to the hustle and bustle of
.. I' the larger metropolitan areas.
/" "Sometimes I think people who
have lived In a small town for a long
time don't appreciate how nice they I
., \ have '1t." Guinn commented. "It's +rt iRt
great to be In a place where family
i I :
values are emphasized Instead of .
t drugs and general wildness. Its a
I'"h peaceful place and I hope it doesn't Staying In Shape... i
; ti'-- change too much in the years to come.I leads a group through a series. of exercises on he floor
,a { hope we can offer a service to the Assistant I Manager Mary Gllmoredn the foreground) mats at the new center.: '
.)' community that can use."
/ Guinn's new heath center will
'! .' feature Rythmlc Aerobics lessons in !3.

II I ti,.it ;'l addition workouts 'to on the regularly Nautnis scheduled machinesand ? f Starke Golf & Country Club

.other equipment, taught by' I i .' tY :rct K sv1,,:.
I IJ Keystone Heights resident Anne Invites you to join our club '
Henderson, an instructor'in the program
n. i 'Ii who has taught more than 100 ii Call 964-5441 for: more information ;
i students locally In the past three
J, 1
'
years.. .
I. ; t,., "I'm really looking forward to it," n
t i1tl Henderson: said as went over prepara- There wM be no Initiation fee t d
e f tions for her 'new classes with Mr.
{ : Yrel Gulnn. "It will be great to have a well- during this drive. 0
i 't.. equipped place to workout in a good ,r l.
central location like this. Now we can-
tl y. ? ; r combine the aerobics program with Enjoy golf tennis, swimming

v>rt total other types program of exercises that everyone to create can a __;?c, w.rr & our club house for low .,

benefit from." '
: r membership fees. f


t 1 k Fun Membership ,1 /

County Resident i

R 1_ W '35.00 monthly

a
Social (no golf) '20.00

Aerobics Instructor... '
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K Single 25.00
Anne Henderson, a' Rythmlc",
Aerobics Instructor here for the pact ,4 7' Refired20.00..
three yean will offer classes at the I
new center. Out of Town '25.00



L Call 964-5441 ,
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For Information =
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Workout... A -
Karen McDonild works'Out on the Nautilus machine at the new Keystone
,Health slUt Fitness Center.

41 'STORlE MANAGER'S.SALE':

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., KH Pop Warner Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm ,

J 'Cofhfer fcf 24th A enue South & Forsvth Road. ? .trr ,. i,
Ii : Seville '
A wet-fed lawn stands f5 .
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teanfiilti-action i .' ? If '<-my.U3i, k1ih4dM taHtfiStth E 4iI1 i rue turn-Right: tftattt; > '' 's i Shi d ,..... Winter ( tier""' ? .

,Keystone, Heights Pop Warner Now Open Friday &;,Saturday' 8:30-5:00: f Save New on this Tea .Pre-Roottd St.Augustine tugs M-
teams will begin their regular season'with Fast spreading e grows out, not up
a series of home games scheduleed Favorite Varieties of Landscaping & Potted Plants Quality FerUber does. wel In shade or sun.
for this Saturday at the KHHS foot- Friendly Atmosphere Come Set Us '. Tray of 32 plugs Set 15"
\ Suburban 16-4-8
ball field beginning at 10 a.m. 1\\' 4 9 ,
.The Mighty Mites will kickoff the I Louise & Debra Hghtower. and Valerie. Johnson Management Team ,,1\\ 1 50 Ib. Bog'744 apart plants 50 sq. ftReg. 3
first game at 10 a.m., followed by the .".Utray ,
964-7109 Specials f _
Regular/ 8"
Pee Wee's at 2 p.m. The Midgets go 't Reg.

for The their cheerleaders first win ate will p.m.all be*on hand See. our Plants at Alligator Creek Ranch Park Ridge 6-6-6 Weed-Eater

representing their various teams as 100% Organic Nitrogen XR-75 Trimmer

well.Tickets at the gate are II for adulta'I .. It' --., I Good for the Garden 3 57 26.2 cc engine .Tap-N-Go Head
I .h HaMl M SSIlI fll S>IH SSSSHISSSI BSIISSWM WSSSSSS> SM l**V>BV- BB
and $.50 for children. 50 lb. bag... ONLY plus 4 point metal weed blade
Grady Robinson will coach the Carpet tAny, Scotsgare .Control Lawn Bugs'
Mighty r Mites, Chuck Bullock will j Room $ >i g 5 Reg. 224.95
coach the Pee Wees and Dale Stanley. I 5'(, Dlazinon ed Model #1500
.will coach the Midgets: I -Cleaning'a Hal .nr .Available v $18'9g9
I Easy to spread granules +iLgr Cuts 15path 34" shaft

UCHS Class of I Whole House Special.M(; ?:'.!'? ? !It. 5995 10 5000 It. 'Treats" up to w"' Reg. 139.95 Al Serviced


:1974 year to reunion'The hold t en I Carpet.'Dyed ,:((9112)... ..>. .' ... ., ... .. ...,.,. 5995 Reg.'11.sq.ft.99 "788 99.88' .

OT4 Senior Class of' Union I Furniture, Cleaned'tsoaach&! ... .. .,:4495 Hi-Yield'Chlordane
School is organizing. a 10 PRE-SEASON SALEKEJOSUfcT
County
( "Not Delightful, Don't PaysServing 1298
A meeting will be held Saturday, I Bradford & Union and 1/2 gal. Reg. 16.99 .... I
County surrounding areas
:
'Sept. 17,.p m.in the County Commis
sioner's Office in the Union County'Courthouse. I Amdro Fire Ant Control a
Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
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All class members interested in ,Wipe out the' whole colony 7 9
assisting tat the reunion organization I 984-6931 1liiba4.Rea.: 1199... t KEROSENE HEATERS
Is invited to attend. For more Information PORTABLE
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call Ricky Ellington at I 'FREE Estimates 24 Hr. Service Satisfaction Guaranteed "
,' 116o'rJfJ8' Hendricks at 406-2814. 50% Malathion Spray '
to 110 off 82 Prices
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I'1 In the yard, shrubs, garden OMIII 105"' Other
ItStarico" ,At the 'new Starke'Lanes... j"' and In the home.. 10995 ;models from 119"Big

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Lanes Bowing \ .' .. r Controls most lawn insects A 9 5 TORO RIDING MOWER

Center features ,,' LIvE Music By -. Sf "k&'. Own Pint size,Reg.7.69 Its everything' a riding mower
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Linda ,Say and I ea .j' i I ,versatile, comfortable/ ,
AMF "MAGIC-SCORE" Black Kow Brand convenient 5 forward speeds,

Computerized Coring ,. I ici COW MANURE I 1 revert. 5 cutting heights! *

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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT. ,. :: ":PmollAL:: MIEEt.fr; NEOUSaddition WANTED FOR, SALE, ,. '" "PERSONAL

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A BARGAINS 2BR.. BATH PITS, ITC.i<< Parakeets.r ,. 1974 SUZUKI OT SOt Wind' PRIME BUSINESS 'I LOCATION "SEROI CES t BlNt/O..AMIICAN SERVICES

doublewkle mobile horn. c.c.._....(.. Finches,.jp*.f ..' ..shield.ro" ,,. ti ocJ& toeing Lowrenc Blvd: Also :.fr '110 \ UOION/ tIA L.Sr-U.Satu: ,- Will PJLY CAS'Hiused "l1Iay.Q, '

All new, first .tlm* setup _. .......... Mr.C owtl F 18.o4&ffJ Rxw' several large olllces for ,CA.PINT"V'k IQ 1 MAlOt.\\'Y\ .tfaYtY. : P4b11a invited. mobll" '\.( Rond.t1 t :PORMANWILLANDIIP1'1C

I' lake access In Keystone ....""' .... els*'. PKBB'....,. nllent''cPdif : rant In rear of building. "WO.IC' ;;' 1, Bugling pat''"\ ?/2 tf.sc=t "'!-.I1"963Jt1ot;fI.1. ...:.. ,$.:;"" ,)" j 1") ,m'and'payment; ?",TANKPockag* dealt, well

Rent optional. 373-3906 or- pies and kittens, Pel supplies .t..U3.7592 A1,3 L facing flamingo. .Call. ', ,. t".od.II"1J 4i' tc 0" 0'" 1 C 4 a .J... < \ J. drilled water pump, new
475-2906.! 9/15 Itchg al*p avelleble.. "HONDA CURE *," 473-3411 9/1 MnChg-. hams and tile wor.. ......' yANPiFtYMQUEt<< Co! *d chg 9/19 Instalatlon. of septic tank.
CAMELLIA'S $1 each limit 47.74J9/-15 ..... shield' ,'e>*sbbor," l .a/itIuoI/ 1 PARTIALLY FUHNISHIDt3BR. estimates, ........471MT; I. :: 0 pink .. MO. i. .IUlT.quch. : drain fields. and left *totlon. >
$5. Swan Crest Nursery, PIONEER AM/FM STEREO rock ',1,243 mlhCalient ,;,u I.S .. VA Dathrtbbllehom*; '.h r/llIlM.9/"ntho. 'lir-..,.....,. ttl.etln' p Friday 4 'Lake:>),Butl.r. w.Cal(904/ ( 'laWI i, choir, rcltnr./ Mobile horn pole*
1 "on SRf26 2Vi CASSETTIi Super tuner, condltk... 4M h In Melrose area. lorg. CARPENTER WORK* pmv Alarm Monday 1 529-9999 or. writ Jamas' Block, whit and brawn avallobl All work.
es east of Melrose. : complete ....up with two 473.7392.91IRSQNAL/ porch. Responsible couple Ramodallngwork kitchen p.m. All meetings/ Allan Wilton Rt. 2, Box plaid. Also six chair dining guaranteed call Tammy

CLOSED SUNDAYS. 9/15 TS-X9 speaker 2 Planer 1t UIS,r wonted. 475-1368, 9/1 cabinet. and trim.orpeneEdlieatiorta/ Building Community ; 143,DO. Green Cov. Springs room set. $200.00 ,Dorman 275-2151. UFN
i tlnchg. 20 o.. door speakers. 2 oriental tlgurlnsuf*4eker; tfnchg try. Reasonable/ : price/ Church 473-2790: or 'PI 32043. 9/08' 2tchg 4963096. I-pd 9/19 8/11
j ('SHALLOW AND DEEP Will Pioneer power box units books, lufnlturfll tote 1 COMPLETELY PURNISHRDu3BR. Call 473-2477: oNr 930 473-2130. 7/7 tfncha 'II; PLANT SALE. Calodlum PAWN SHOP Early bird

.\iPiJMPJi PVC pipe and fit' end Pioneer ,.quollxer; dishes. "Ntl-'lungee.| ., 28ATH horn ,on p.rm 9/1 tfnchg 'oVlIIAUd",, ANONYMOUS ..,.. $1.90 to $3.50. all 10OrI.'Y.. South 125 and Andrew
I 'Jng.. Water softener. $500. Price neactflabl, 173.4345.,9/13, ))4cfi0 -. Gatorbon Lake. with" C..RPlNTItY..palri.: In- '. No dues, fees.r weigh Ins.' "' landscape plant $3 to Street.. Glen/ St..tallotfone .

or*. Bryan Ace Hardwara. Call 473-2183 after,7 p.m '> .. fireplace. Available. ,. doors ,windows Open meeting Tuesay's, HELP $7.90, Contrary Mary' Mary.. Phone 2994998.W .
i Ft!: ; Keystone Hgts., ..734004I' .. 9/8-19 2tchg .; HELPWANTED, September. 1 through May cabinet shelving' 730; ".m. Community WANTED Garden SR. LoCrossa.Phon buy anything of ...1.,..
t59/IS tfnchg LUDWIG SHHARDRuNi .'" 31. $4007month. Keystone partitioning paneling Call Church Educational .462.1561221.,,,9/ 4tchg1982 4-chg 8/29 9/1

ef-CO: I.ClAL PROPERTY on' w/carrylng ca., music :. :, Height Realty. IIIC,. 4732520. 8/11-9/1, 4tpd Building, Keystone. REAL ESTATE LICINSINOj In .Ford Mustengll mlhs. WOULD LIKE TO BABYSITi In

';corner of Lawrence Blvd. stand practlc pad 2 sets, ., ',, REALTOR 4734961. 9/1 C"'eAND' .: VINYL. repair Heights. 473-2790. 7/7 Lak City. IRM Schools of old vary good ,cond, my home day or night.249
& and SR-100 sticks. beginning bond % tfnchg ei, SW 3rd !
Flamingo near YOU tfnchg '-- and Installation Free
LOOKING.FOR A ..01 Estate, Phone 1962.34S1 cosh15 Ace9/S.Phone
K'aad SR.21 Intersection book. Used 1\oil yr*. In ARE ...., MATH HOME OH''"BI estimate Ten. year ex BINGO/ Lions Club acressfrom 496-2809.
HOME W.1ok 795-4006. TFN 714HOUSIKIEPERThree
C 3l4separate office com"ESH4xes school. Scott Mtlllgn. GOOD I ACRISi $$ 51montb: ,perience. Call '173.211 high school FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES .
: lot with 4732077. 9/15-22 2lpd 'log for a goo *7. ( Tuesday Early/ Bird 7 days a Solid wood
en3fanc -
corner Available September
| and 'ask for Craig 9/f
to only. Plan SALE
I YARD
DINING cook/housekeeper car 1 Regular,, 7:30 p.m.week night
** an 3-slde* of OVAL EXTENSION Keystone Heights Realty tfniuSgRETIREMENT pm.; : dresser w/mlrror $59 gee
fc'ibulldlng. Owner financed TABLIi with leaf. 69x40. 4 for four adult Will In largo, Inc., REALTOR 473-4961. HOMI AND Public Invited.. 7/7. tfnchg. 4%-2682. I- chg 9/15 dryer $75 frost free refrlg.
"' with low Interest 0'.. Call chair upholstered In gold country home. provld< $125 love seat w/ holr
< 9/1 tfnchg HJWRSTYLINO CENTER! All PORCH SAle Thur, Fri. end
board and salary
:@Na-4920 or 4733411 9/1 material. Excellent. condition. Call room 12829392. /).21 1 I ON GATOR BONE LAKE under one roof, OFFERING YARD SALE FOR RENT ass, complete double Sat.. 15th. 16th 17th 235

HnChg $200. 473-9136. 9/IS 4tchgMATURI 2.... IBoth C/B house : Crtlfld nursing bedroom suite $145 cof S. lake Av. Refrigerator,

:f1iI MELROSEi By owner Itpd RESPONSIBLE.r I, $390/mo. Leas required. assistance and CPU trained WHALI OF A SALE Friday TYPEWRITERS AND fee/Zend tables $75, gas ronga house plants
I:3B,.. 2Bth, concrete block AKC' SHETLAND SHEEPDOGS female to work full or par I, Call 473-2876. 915ItchgWANTED staff; 24 hour supervision, Saturday 9 till. ISO SopMACHINES FOR ADDING"u..n size bedroom suite, misc. it.ms.1-pd" 9/19
collie)
V4 acre. < .(reUtrturai cost over $900, 6 mths.
*om. AC/CH. on .
time. Bartender. Call I "" far s.Jpeiaeitliens; hot suma. Furniture. dishes, Union County Time* 150
;Swan lake access, paved Shot, wer..d. gooddispeehlw. meal much 9/19 Butler.ago' now $300 dinette set
473.2643.9/13 Itchg ; day, week, or long clothing more. Main Street Lake INSURANCEMAINIS
: labi.
.road Many extras. In 40'.. 1 fef*. > $65 pool I w/ ;34"slate
START WORK IMMIDlATlL'IiMust I r term stay; STYLING ItchgBATURDAYi Phone 496-2261 for Information
< fam.Ml.- ......$200 ea ...
$125 10.000'TU
:475.1803.8/11.9115 6tcht1 top
"IS .have horn phoneexperience USED VIDEO GAME TAPISi CENTER for-. the public; 8-9, off HWY 21 TFN lOll .
CRAPES! U-PIck open every. 471767'5. iscbsBA$3I.IET. working. li for Intelleviilon. 4734648. precision, styling for men In Metros. Follow signs. MOBILE HOMI Two A/C 1982 model $175. INSURANCE AGINCVi -
and ftrfon
car-
yatiay 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Lilly' Gee> Colt employment/ agncy 8/4 tfnchg and ,women) ,perm and Antiques, glassware, toy, bedroom mobile home fur- Matching washar/dryer 160 S. lake Avenue,
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;"Seyard, Florohome.a1 tnape $300 Phone 732-O277 Pro-
";": S'7H1 8/239/15__ Itch 473,23281.WtSifcfM Prefer K.y stop Height halrtcolorlngi SR-325 clothes, etc. 9/19 Itchg nlthad on shaded lot near vidence. lake Butlr, 496-3978.
resident. .If Interested call I Hampton 468. 619. '9/1 ISO Complata Insurance. Srvlc -
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LOST/FOUND arthlngt.oprlngt. sale
BRICK HOUSE For
[.?i NICE DW 481-3722. 9/15ltchg tfnchg .'. f .CARS TRUCKS own..3BDRM.2IA.W.W by *. TFN.Classified.
1 On 8 acre*. Lawtey ..me.jnc.d WILL DO TYPING. Ift..V Phon 496-3907. uln 9/15
a/h.
..... FOUND. young chocolat. home. 00"t.pot.., A BOATS I carpeting central
; Classified Ads
{ peiture MAMPClNAaA. colored male dog. Three Fence, and 1/.act'land. Ads
....... resumes, Call REAL
and
ag. utility 1.siMM preperty.1.plea Get Results miles south of Melrose. .73-2898.9118 435 5... 2nd St. lakeButler ,
jTpsslbl 4 acre addlnal. -. after 930 ttnchcj CUSTOM VANS New 1983 ESTATE phone 496-3523. Get Results
.. eepMC- dud Call 475-1989 : LAWN .
Quality
SERVICE
!:% CROSBY LAKE Chevy Von, V-8 automatictransmission 4 9/19 ...
peed ..... ...... ; p.m. ,Snapper equipment used.. -chg ...
with
SitRA; LOT 1 +
FAULKNER REALTY .. mobll Quick and economical. drlve steering.LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL ......"..n.... _a.....
94-405 Restricted ere H NOTICE Manning lawnmower Sea power PROPERTY If .1 I I .. ,
...... 100' fro.....* en power brakes, power windows .
IRA FAWntEX I vice. Call 4737673. 9/15 don't have It. I'll find It '
_:. H IB 94. .lake,partially cleared with CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Itchg ,, Panasonic, power sound door lock. Just ask JANE S. USHER. New Life '. ,.,],
:: 'm" Owner flnanc- should be submitted the system. REALTOR 496-2126 ,
:.: .IA4IOV3 drivewey. ; to Will BABYSIT IN MY HOME. or :
tilt boards
wheel running '
... m Ine with law town par Lake", Region MonVror officeIn Mont thru bet- 4962903. *".. "your ". J

r? FISHERMAN'S _rQ4' ,_ writing and paid In advance wean Melrose and 4 Beautiful captain chairs interiorand and couch.exterior Union County it./,,,,,." Carpet> Cleaning Service. .'.'. '; ; .

unless: credit Is Keystone. Call ,475-2528. 8/04 tin
'Efficiency cottage. Lek.Joooktyn. ERA ...ULKNI.IIALTY already established with 9/15 $14.400 and with EXTRA MCI1872 Sq. Ft. 3 c.nCULAK ONV FOAM MRTHOO
LOVELY ,, Itchg ': dual 01,. of the line,
/ Shaded I.E.jRA .1065 this office. top BR/2 BA Brick en lovely
i Hark lewd- R.TIle per SEWING ',MACHINE$ 15900. Compare at ,Cookie ,. '
39i;;: D3 MONITOR STAFF CAN. REPAIRIDIAIImakes. 321,000.11percentbank. 'lead scP*d 2 Ac.:; Fruit ,' Ph. 4733B7Keyetone ; "
I rr- NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR tr** .
i gALl'I ** grops. Ig. __ I I _'
.. FAULKNER :; MIA\IO.* MISTAKES IN cleaned, oiled'and ad- financing. Phone workshop.. Has moblT ___-_ ). '
.a:- 7618065r IRA FAULKNER REALTY CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS )lusted. $15 T Work VI., 332"0903. 9/1 hem hook-up on '

.:':: "'- fB 964HOM OVER '100 AC. TAKEN OVER THE gUCl'kOI nnd..d. James 1913 tfnchg STUMPKNOCKIIi N'l. .11..11111I" !
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TELEPHONE. .' Morgan . ..
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Classified, deadline isTuesday Rd. and Hwy: ,16, Stark. 4.80 Ac. 2 small ..
divide. small 10IIC. 1
Will aa trolling motor, Riggedcomplete fruit
noon prior toThursday 7/14 tfnSteve "home. fr..s; .
Owner financing.IRA full cover, extra RE NTA L,
sr2: IXC.TERMS publication I.."...........................,.; clean like. new. Must see planted., Ownr I I'
Rile large frame ........ CAU$T. Minimum charge Is IS I Broadway : to appreciate 3673. elder selling land only. _it!! _
theniOc.ntl : f3 lot
AND SHADYCorner
words for $279: .
toed. at $20.000. I 2 I epartmeiit fceae.R.d..cdt .. J 173.7198or1.396-1868.9/1 .
for each word w/2 BR mobile horn and '
.3 12'I.A .-. FAULKNER REALTY thereafter. SERVICE : tfnchg pecan ...... Within walkIng e. ElectronicTypewriters '4 500 .
.4.506S __., II DODO 1 POWER RAMt 4 X
EA FAULKNER REALTY RemovaltREE i'
:; ; 1 distance to downtown m0.
FAULKNER REALTY tR::;; per
short bed. .6 .
4 pick-up., .
u-aoss i ii "* OVER 42 AC lake Butler and schools.
rn 6504SDUGGEI Ill Trimming cylinder, steer :!!II:
@ .. lot of tree with 3 BR. IBA power 5 ACRfSJust off 121 South of
I..C! m. "0. Removal j /brak.s.spoke wheels THE
Pt Alo.LAWT2Y .' C/B .ham*. S79.SOO. Stump 28,400 miles. Extra nlc*, Lok..tler.Greot..lldlng 11III:
or mobile home site. With
20 Ac. FARM I'Free Estimates 6200. 473-7321 after 2:30 pin. trees. High and Dry. II OFFICE .

with tg. older ham. i Firewood .I p.m. 9/15 Itchg 11 MIS-AII q
HOUSI Century Century
AREA I lack. of Sta.... Meter In.., remodeled. Plenty of IRA. FAULKNER REALTY i 473-473 Z f 1973 CHBVYi Good work ..alty. Inc. REALTORcar. SHOP'iCfltdh M' '
-eel. end cross ; $<<10. Call 473-4758. 159.ut2 .
1 194* .... H. Brick. $45.000.ltRAAULKNHtREALTY 'M.5065m After Hours Call ;
pits uncleared/ building fenced, workshop A shed. I .Air !S li P,.All. ," 9/15.ltchg Judy Hall. Sales A.. ...: 916"4-5764 6+Pr1lq

nft 4 Acre. .!'Cf.l.yr. wmrontyai'4 tU t nt.jr' ", .- U:I '.KeyltofteMelghts'u<.; 1972 BIHCK SKYLARKS Ale .:. tt.t\ b' MM.eIR ,
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1... A. FAULKNER REALTY ? :' ( I "IRA" FAULKNER OALTY c ,, .. 'f> '.. /. ., ... ... d'"> 9 .y L..va d.tn I 'Cr..4/3: 4858.E3ilI1 9/15 1.200 Itpd, f!.", .. ....IIH.11lll1iWl.aoc., : / '

9' '....065 ACRES, .. :: -- .
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; "- 'M"O"9" 480WLH IH Join Country Club.Owner _

_- financing.ERA Starke Ads I
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PERSONAL
PERSONAL HOMES ;
PERSONAL
NDY MAN ,
il1d., heme. To be 107 ACRESocro '*'-' 1

Tejod.l.d.. ... Nice large lot. Spec .IIIe. city lot. .> from Country Club 965'9, Oiv-ALLTHE; EXTRJLS SERVICESCHAIN SERVICES SERVICES FOR SALE ,
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Utlllf7"IRM39.$ .
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la this beautiful \brick
:, eJMA.IO** LINK FENCES Install BABVSrniNGi Convenientnice BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete/ "
IRA FAULKNER REALTY veneer .hom"Cen. ed.Free estimates.HandyMan .ham. Lot of toys and. sharpening Service, circular BY OWNER See at 355 St., j '.
:ll"IA: FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTY el ti4-SM5 OWNER FIN. vacuum garbage disposal Fence Co:, owner good supervision. hand carbide, chain Clalr St. 2 BR. 1 BA block J' ,t'rhom.

961.5065 RSJy m I Well septic elect pale. D.W. trash. compactor Tommy Reddish., 964.8599. ....'ene.. 964-4491. Itpd mower blade hollow .. CH/A, carport. Ilk. I.

'M.5065rn m i 2Si i One acre out of town. washer B dryer, 8. acre. 6/09 1230DRAINFIELD 9/19 ground and balancad.Leave new.. FHA. financing. ,
I H """0.- pool with deck. rait I.) fence 35500. Sacrifice.
u::: ERA FAULKNER REALTY ROCK Bldg. INSTALLATION TELEPHONE at Jackson Building I'
r1A- ... mo "**."* with iron gates LUXURY LIVING 155.51 franc. a steal. SIOB.fOO. large or small loads. Ph. telephone and telephone1 Height or lake Butler PRBCONSTRUCTION ,'I'I,.')
LHPRIAM .
2% ACRES .lake Hampton showpiece.. 'Ii 1 yr. warranty. *! 782-3172. BRADFORD equipment. Prewlre, |ack' TFNchg' : ..' r <. .-
LAKE ACCESS Slnglewlde, with Ig. built, 3 BR 3 BA.. Many extra Pi..'0.. .l UMEROCK! SALES tfn 7/14 In.tallolr.Ie.. 964-7410. GLASS CUT TO,'' ORDERt 3 BR 2 BA. You Can mod i .' ,;
V.ry nice DW with extras.One ., Plus P.P. $18,800. Terms. ERA., FAULKNER: .qyH.atI6I'im'f' EXPERIENCED PAINTER or 964-4924. '9/15 4Khg Door, windows, etc' your Interior selection
on.
acre. S29.90O. SITE Neat work. Interior or exterior. 10/06 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY.,964.607L'Ordori (1,800 ,

ERA FAULKNER REALTY Commercial, ..... Apprex. Free estimates.Reotonable REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS also' WA FHA. CONV u., I ICHASTAIN I:
ERA FAULKNER REALTY 964-8068 2... with 1500 .".ft. metal "'- rates with painting and plum: taken. "... 'LOk.t5utler.: : CONSTRUCTION p i
IA [B II .101. L .n/A\ION' good reference Call bing repairs.,29 year experience 496-3079;' and.: Keystone, 964-4319 : .JJ'f
'FAULkNEilIIALT'I ,94805SM.90O
v 964.5177. 9/08 tfn All work Heights, 473.4973.2/26 tfn *
.... 901.06BY
'S08a m 'o. MOBILI HOMI REPAIRS IS guaranteed 964-7738. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS
OWNER See at 1534
BOOKER ,
m ra. .......'0.. '" ERA 1 FAULKNER'* .5065 REALTY f (R. J,BA .hi towB...Goo.. Vflnondng with year m/h.experience If you working need MOTHER'S 9/15 tfn DAY. OUT, Mom '144 W. Call St. Geiger Road (past JI, "

.... evelloble* Southslde School off Coley L .
.0. .
.EDUCIDhoutlful ;more also customized for a minimal rQt... I will 94-7303, 1.10' '
C/B 3 I.. 2 BA .'. M :I ,Add-A-Room built. For watch your- children Tuesday Open _Rood)., 3 BR, 2 BA woadj j)
Si; JUST REDUCED $ *.... with ... elder C/B ......... PI.//"" .. 20 ecres. I + m. ERA FAULKNER REALTY, < I estimates., call 964-7724. ,and '. Saturday ,900: T.W.T.." P 9 tll.IO' siding home. CH/A.. ca,. 'Ll

Beautiful DW M.H., barn,. .home. workshop.ERA '94-, I IDeuMewld ""9/15 tfnCHRISTIAN a.m. to 2:00: p.m. Tim. for ....., AM HI PM port Ig. .screened porch".,A ,
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w ...hop. Ig. parch FAULKNER REALTY I LADY WILL you.lf.For 'Information 'Appointment* All on 5.96 acres, Call t\(,

$300.. 'Will consider offers. 961.1045 m IRA FAUlKNEIlIIALTY.. DUPLEX >t _' .. .' oum"I (-HELP laundry homework call 964-4166 Itpd 9/15 Not Always Necessary 964-5876 after 6.pm.'tpd "\ .
s1 .0. I' .r could be used for 4 III ,_ ;, \ .and ether odd |ob*. Good PICTURE FRAMESi Custom' !/7tfn ':'9/13 .;

.', .us...::: .. m home." Close to school.IRA '. .II, :'reference. Writ L.B., Ready-Mode Creative WANT TO DRINK 3 81..IIA STUCCO! HOMEi' 'K ;,
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rn fee this a 8R 1% BA C/B FAULKNER RIALT'I'M.5065 .1 Y \ WIll, BABYSIT In my home 9/15 '. ..THAn OURS fir.plac.ifenced; "

s ..horn. mi 1 acre. Can't beef ( COUNTRY CLUB ERA tAULKNER DEAITY44S041 k day or night 964-6793. BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE Alcoholics. Anonymous backyard. In', Ferast%",-' ;':..,
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IRA FAULKNER REALTY Over one acre. Tree. .. .: m Will KEEP CHILDREN In my $55.. we also re-lay drain i; '*'-'''4" owner. $49000.; 964-9481. .\

V. .D. 964-808 I Owner financing. "" .0. "! .L13....0.. hem 964-4273.* Monday Itchg thru 9/19 Friday. line*.'964-8121. 11111"n FAMILY ALANON GROUP .:9/13 2tpd 9/22 '!I A'

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Handyman. special A 3 X :' 94-SO r" I DURANCE PUMP 964-7061 ;HOOP REPAIR fur.lshed I<\a.t'unfurnl.hed.i ,

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGshould 4 IRAPISi U-Plek. Openwaryday MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI FURNISHED" APARTMINTi 2
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be tubmltted to Hi BONMBVUU'PONTlACi 7 AM tit B PM. : Meant $400.your OWN' YOU OWN. MOMS PARK Mobil room off Iclency. In LaWte ;
pilot only homet and for.. .
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Bradford County Telegraph S3.ODO orlg. mil. One Ully't Vlnyard, American ,Ultrafllght aStark. Sporttweor Infant ir1wmegat.
otfleo In,writing and paid w_. '$IJOQ; t 7B23307.Itch Florahomo, Fl. Phana ., Inc. 964-4288./IS: baboon,' ladle Apparal Phone vehicleswelcome. 46B2V12.lrfn MOBIll HOME 2 '1. unfur-
In advance un''... credit !I. 9/19 6592121. '/" 9tpd 9/22 2tchg 922BICYCLIS .VOfVlb, IfMf IOO. .QCCvMtOfWalor \ nl.h.... S17S ma., SSO

elraody, ttebllthd. with. *78' OMV MONZAi T-dr,. 4 I lID WIOOUR FISHINOWOBMS90 FOR IAt11 Good Largo Site'. -. NCttenalo .- MOBILE/ HOMIS FOR RENT cleaning .....11. Flrtt and
f Nit) off c-. .|>**d. Air P/S P/B. <- 51.30: selection matt tlst.and ronda: Jordocho.Chic last mo. rent In advanca.
TH1 TILEORAPH STAFF 43,000 mil... $1300. 100-S2.75: 200-S5.00; One mil* from Storks clryllimbs Call otter 6 p.M. 964.6054. jLREALTY
ty...., Remanufacrurad or Lee Lvl. Vond.rblhI.od. .'Cloan. Hwy. 16 W.
CANNOT H HELD HUSTONSIBll 781-3307. Itch 9/19 500-112. W. dig thorn reconditioned. Repair, Ounn. San, Calvin Call .....1323. 10/07 tfn. 9/08 2tchg 9/13 .
FURNISHED'
FOB MWTAKU IN 1970 ,FAIRMONT SQUIRI you pick them from bodt.. painting. New and'inedportt Klein.; Esprit, ..jH..r.dcMfaetof KITCHINSMICIINCYKoomt APARTMINTiOn .
CLASSIPIIDS WHIN AD .It Wagon. P/S P/B, AM/FM Bring contalnort. avallabl l.. Sto ,. Ocean : bedroom 964S931', -
TAKIN. OVIB TNI radio .luggage rack, good Moss.,'., 782-3392.Across George II or Logan at RkkSalvage .Brlttanfe Ivan. Plccona far rent'of lowwnkly 9/08 2lchg 9/19 UttlU '
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TUIPHONI.Clottlf condition. .. 2000. street I. of Post. Offlco, 301 North Healthtex, 300 'othert, ratet. Temple FURNISHED I BR APART. 1'tRM11LE1w Tempi*, Starkcixtraerdlnary .
lad deadline It TUES .'944-8311. Itchd 9/19 lolnlng N.of Faith Motel 9647357.. 9/16 MINT Heat and air conditioning -
property 964-"... Itpd 9/19 : .87.900. to S24.SOQ.; Inven COW/tfn .
DAY 'NOON prior to 1972 NNTOt 4-cyl. AT AC. ,Baptist Church Lawty. OLDS. HIGH COMPRESSION tory. airfare, training fhfturat. Call 964 5876 altar

Thursday publlcatlon.Minimum.'chargo Radio and __. Runt 8/294tpd9/9} 350 Rocket motor. $200;' grand ooanlng. etc U rant IAN:OnHwy.I6W.CI.MOBIU HOMIS .for.. 6 p.m. 9/08 2tchg 9/IS 1 *SPECAL* ?

It 15: good. 1490. 473-4509. Itpd ,MJQA HAY Top quality. 2-Oldt. 350 turbo.A/T. $79: Mrs taughlln ((612))., Villa :
to prison Call: 468-1323. 2 BR 1 /
wordi for $2.73. ....,.'10 9/15 tquara and round balsa, 782-3960. Itchg 9/19 688-6555. Itpd 9/19 '
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c.nts-for each word 74 Pill 4x4t Nowh dutch. larg. and havy. Can- MCTAL FARROWING 10/07 tfn. IA Modal Op.n for Intpacflon.
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...* -.. broken and battery,lott of dell"... In trailer loadi. CRATEs Automatic) water, INSTRUCTIONRUBOUT' ,-0. BB APAITMINTS._. 3 mils WANTEDRIAl Across from Hotpltal. Clota to
rutt. Runt $490. 964.6393. Squara' bales, $3.29) or1 aportm
attached. 964-6974
Clot
Undorwood now to avarythlng.
YARD SALE 9 AM till PM. Itchg 9/15 Rounds $29.00. M.I. Canner 9647361.915 2tchg 9/22 .' north an 301. ISTATI SALISPIOPLIl spa.
M t.I. 7/21 tfn
192 BRONCOi Truck. 19,000 Start. 944-9222.9/01
WHIRLPOOL OARSAOI PAINTING THIS Scholarthlpt avallabla for
STUDIO APAITMINTl .1 8R PRAMS HOME Ixcollent ...... Off Rd.
", II... 6 cyl. 4 tp. OO/TM .tpd 9/22 COMPACTOR Llk.' new SATURDAY at CnratlveCottaga. unllcented. ERA
THintS..MB 1 sAts IV4 mltmpott AM/FM white tpok rims' PRMH SHRIMP for your Handlet all kitchen watt ', Experienced rubout Wkly, monthly rat... Faulkner Raalty pertont.964.506S. lOOt. U J2nd A*. 2 lota....,000 Co*.

Hotpltal an RD' 230: 10x19 radials, ".900. is eu\ .r. Pl.... call Including tin ,,_. $150: palntart will lam to olmt Aportmantt. 2314 N. 10/28 tfn 713 MADISON STi S 8R horn w/_ roof.
Look for tlgnt, China 7U-3440. 9/19 2tchg 9/22 284-9759. Green Cova Spr- 964-9O44. Itchg 9/1w paint .a ,landtcapa. Call Tmpl Av*. 7/28 tfn DUE TO SHORTAGE OP Clot to mwythlnfl. $39,000 with owner Sin

cabin,. peddle swing 1974 DATSUN PICKUP truck In"".. 9/01 4tpd 9/22 ALICIA HAYl 900' Ib.I rollsYou ....-611.today. itchy 9/19: 1 BB GUIlT HOUSI. fumlthed ELVIS Chrtttmat positions MAGNOLIA HOTili Sterke landmark with 38rmt
machine poll I pant, with cab. Call 944-9137 MAUTV SHOP EQUIPMENT pick $20. CAUOBAPHV INSTRUCTION SI7S mth. Adult only. now available. Santa In a 23 kortn. 11.16.'f1ClJ. H. Clean 1Ioe_.

fUhlng' Mi.c'fpd what- Itchg 9/19 Combo ttyllngthampoochoir 1-792-8029 after up. p.m., 'learn "fancy handwriting'' ..2 BR unfumlthed gorog0apartment mth.Adultt |lam. Toyt/Glftt need to be .AT LAST! The perfect cemblnarltB, Oet< .looking .

""" .you. 9/19 1971 CHIVY IMPALAi. 390.. : shampoo 'chair, Prould.ncL9/IS 2tpd 9/22 at the Oeotlv. Cottage I M 4I7S untur.nlthd shown to the public home S great ....... One .. our Bnettretldencet
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SAT.. SEPT. 17t 6 30 til 4 V-S, Power ttarlng, now nova been used: two CHURCH ,HYMNAL and: Stork For Information only. through November. Call ea 33 ee. Split rail fence B1 meeentbarnt.

'p.m; Cloths. ml.e. lfeme,. pow.r brakat. ,A/C. styling chain, ana chair 8mot. favorlt. tang K hymns,, call ....-.11.. Itchg 9/IS mth. 964-8404.apartmantt.itch 9/15 S100 Charla. Collect. 485-1062. Rkk ak flooring. panelling. Mono
tco too and.cooklot.. Full 2-door. ttoro and radio, old, two shampoo hymn boo..... Some ara MAKI AN ADOPTABll 1011 W. PRATT ,STi 3 9/1S 2tchg 9/22 fireplace. CM/A. 1320 H. en Hwy. 301.
j Gospel Community Center, ... at 411 N. St. Clolr St. bowl.. two combo brand new. For more Information DOLL At tha Creanve Cot- bedroom house, CH/A, EXPERIENCEDWAREHOUSEMAN .SICLUDCO, SPACIOUS IMMACUlATIi I BR, 2

I -N.301'n.xt to Bradford 964-a872. 9/19 tfn dryr/chalr ana 964-6034. Itpd 'togv.\' Cass start 'toon. equipped kitchen" family Wake BA IR. Ig. kitchen FR w/flreptoca. 2-cans'.
j Motel. Itpd 9/15 1975 CHEW IMPALAi.330., dryr/cholr less than -4mot. 9/15 Call 964-6111. Itchg 9/19 room tlreploca, hug back application In parton Teal gar., storage bam shad. B t-... 110x202
m B SATs 8-6. Sum. 14. V... Power ttrlng, old. $500. 964-4554 .
RUS-OUT PAINTINOl Tile B Carpet 131 N.
fund back .. SP$..
lot. $49.837 .000.
, SUB B 1C.CREAM BUSINBSSlNlca porch, yard. .um. mtg.
Sewing mochln.anya brakat. A/C. after 6 964-9144. 9/01 .
pow.r p.m. Craatlve Cottage c..... Cherry St. Itchg 9/19
.. Intlda B outtld HOUSI-1 BR 2%
family operation.Loot tloraga THAT SPfCuU Sweeping
radlo recordt and : Stereo and cadlo.
top 2-door. 922IIASON and
4tchg advanc
,far glnnrt MIDDLE AGED FEMALE to
building.. Call S38S mth. with on.months ttalrcat rltet to 2nd story, Pella.. windows for
229A
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much tfn CllARANCI-P
mora. Call 9448872.
$1200. ad starting.. toon. Call now live In, drive for one elderly
and Morgan Rd. ((233)). Itpd at II Sk..llni 'AI hp. Heavy du 964.5439.9/15 2tchg 9/22 ,fortehedul.. 9644118. rent required depotlt. perton. Non-ttnoker. beeuty/bett. Iniuletlon, fireplace, 10x22
9/15. .H IT TRUE YOU"CAN IUY ty. $195. Rag. $230. 11Chg 919POTTIBY 964-8073. 9/01 tfn Union County' area. Ssry..5 The W....... Country Cub $..,.000.uum.
FOUR FAMIUISi S40 W. (JeeP" for $44 through the FAKMIRS MUTUAL EXCHANGE Classified Ada DRAWING A .FURNISHED HOUSIt BreakerArea. 496-3516 Itpd 9/19 ...... at 9". SP $'''.000.

Adklnt St. at the DoVoo'trFrl. U.S. Govammantf Got... ,. "" .7871. Itchg. BASKETRYi Class are 1 '1. Fenced yard. OVER THI ROAD Tractor .'WOUlD SILL OR LIASI WITH OPTION TO BUY
.and Sat.. $.p$. 1417. factt today Coll ((312)) 9/19 Get Results Marling In the near future 3150 mth. Call .$-1564alt..6 trailer drlvar. Mutt be 25 Now 2 BR.2 110.06..............Brick home.prime

B til ?T Toyt tool., small 7421142. ."t. 609. 8/18 VOUNO, DIIR WALKER at \ Creative Cottage In p.m. wkdoyl.9152tpd yeort old, with 3 yra. experience location. MI_.. Dr. Pt. turn.
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aloe. appliance, clothe" lOW 9/2'1 .DOGS 11 months old. WANTED I, Stark. .. Call 964-6118 far and good driven CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly new 1 BR, 2
.,. I BB HOUSli
now and used cl.......ate.Itpd 964.8379 4pm. 9/08 Information Itchg 9lS"MOTORCYCLES Slave, refrigerator, w/w record. Call 964.6619.Itchg BA stucco In Cenorly Ittetet w/tradlHonel

9/19 LAND 2tpd 9111 9/15 Hreplaca. B pr ay. kltchm.
SIB N. CLARK$T.4 Sat. only,, ; OOOD BRIIDINO JACKAlS AXLIS B.TUUSl 'Two axis 0. carpet No chlldr.9/15 tfn, ,no THE CITY OF STANCE POLICE BOTH TOWN COUNTRY Brick home, 1 BR, 2 :

furniture; frtr fools, 'FORSALE'LOTS for ..... Ruttll Gram and four II.... Hlghatl. SINOU-WK pelt. 964-S464.TRAIUB Lot. DEPARTMENT i it now accepting BA CH/A. I Ig. lot en Rd. 210. :.
household ltmt. and a lot Jr., Rt. I. Box 280, pries 'paid.. j Graan'l. 'r' Shaded and icludd. Boat application COUNTRY ISTATIi Immaculate 1 BR CH/A.

moro Itchg 9/19 7 B 81 Crosby lako ins Brookar Fl 32622. 9/08 Welding Shop 301 South.' 1979 : HABLIV DA 1D1OrtSf'OIr1"ITIII. In Stork. Call 964.SS40anytlma. through Sept. 20 1983 far located.. B.' ..... CR 12.,900..lOCATlONlOCATION.1 .
1222 BRADFORD STRUCT) 2tpd 911PAN.LlD Star.... FL. 9644007.. 7/07 1.000 CC. low DISPATCHER.Mutt have
((1)) BR, 2 BA feeing GolfCourto. :
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Sun. I Mon.Mot..lty CABOVIR 10/27 12.800. Call '
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Fri., 13tchg school education
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7. ROOMS B BATH APARTMENT Custom: drapti.enc. ,._hou...
'clothm" baby .Owl I ACRI LOT facing For CAMPER SHIUl IWB10x28 WOMAN TO SIT with older or 964-7978. 9/08 typing experience. Salary gar. ;
furniture 'plu*; furniture.... tytho Rd. 'with',.179' ,coedfrontog. ,!<- : VMd ,trocfor lire... lady. Da light houiaworkv 2tchg 9/15 Firs floor with SI 60 per waek. (II) Great view.'Ow_ Rnwscin... .. .
Also :ddt ionel'enda.. Itpd .' $3,750. $300 ,964.7180 often 6 p.m. Itpd 961-8573. 9/08 2tpd 9/15 1988 SUZUKI OS 4OEl S900. range B refrlg. S200 mth. POLICEMAN-Mutt have SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM 14 2
9/15 down, appro. .$70 .a 9/15 HOMI FOR PUPPIISl Fro*.4- Cal| ....7597. Itpd 9/IS 'plus S7S security deposit certified Police Standard.. hornet 4 chicken "homet pecan.......Improved

NRAR PmIOi RT." I4i Po11owsigns. month,Call 964-5605.9/15. 10. BABY, BATH TUB, portable W..... old. 334 St. Clair St. 1982. YAMAHA! 920 cc No pott. 9648071. Itchg. Salary $12,500 per roar pe......, dos to city 11m"'..SR tMA B IOOA.
Frl. 1 lot. CB Bata tfnHN. car teat, arm 4 back Mother German Shepherd, Virago. .Black with tllverfairing. 9/IS APPLICATIONS Itchg 915MA'H1INANCI HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUli 1 BR, 2 BA brick.'
Motion Yamaha blk.,, t AC lOTS facing PUotant carrier, walkar play pen father W 964-6870, 9/01 Excellent cool ACCEPTING MAN needed IR. DR. K. P........... $...000.
wolghtt t .".rel.* bench Grova Rd. $3,999. mattress, alto tome nice .2tpd 919YOUNG tion.:" 1995. 964-4288. Modern 1 BR Apt Walled for permanent petition.Serlout QUIET RETREAT ON 1 Ac, at S4th St. off St. Rd.

Lott -.. Itchg 9/IS $400 down. $70. month baby clot....... 964-7658.. FIMALI FOX Tim 9/IS Jtehg, 9/22 patlo.off. urn parking' applicants only. 16-Board B batten __10... 1 BR, 2 1A ..- :
BiWMlT : I Will It good SUZUKI TSIOOi, bc.lI.nt heat pump drapet,. oppllonct. ....
ORIFFIS LOOP Sate 'Call 944-5606.. 9/1S tfn Itpd 919AUCTION DOG give a Mutt have tawmlll and trsctlvv kHcnAHf .rep.
r ? Household good*, Lars .TH..I 1 ACRI LOTS oft SII.227.1rooker SAlll Frl. ,Sept. homo. Call ....S990." 9/IS. 'cond.. ;137S: new: wood. furnished" fumlthvd First 'and or,lost un- chip plant .xp.rlsnce. ..47 ACII1V47 PICAN TREES AttracHve" :entlqua. !.t-.. "..
..eo., choir. Home ......Ior Rd.BOATS. 16 at ,An p.m., Mini of, 2tchg 9/22 .burnlna I compact: Kaati Send employment ws ory. Mckboo.OmeeAlend.. .1.:
and ("Klltpd15 '... &$1.995.\' :\ America 'at SR lOd '.4Rayttono. boon CUAM;. M eMAN.I .' .. phy.w.ttststw.ntfar.luntell.Mgt. '.,,I ...mllt tll jrant plu.d---Bradford: '" 1I.'of equipment you caft' ,40 A. Prime .land off SR2M.SB .
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__ ages will soon be opening In Starke on video games in the stark Lanes arcade league to bowl at Stark Lanet. You
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dh.I ing bowler'as well as the expert. It Adults can relax in the Club 29 Shoes rent for 70. cent: *, Daytime
! I has an electronic score keeping Lounge take spin around the dance I prices are: f 1.25 per game for youths
; }\ system called Magic Score "It s a floor and listen to the live band beginning -' or senior citizens and $1.40 per game
. : : computer that keeps the score for with the country and western for adults. Night,and weekends: :
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The Magic, Score electronically filled up our youth league that bowls. 'we will, probably have, rent-a-lane
senses what pins have fallen after on Saturdays a and due to ,the great where you can bowl for two hours for
each ball and calculates your score. response we got, we also' started a set amount." '.
1 ____ This leaves the beginner free another squad that will bowl at 2 p.m. If you'd lute'to )Join"a'league,' (or
I playing the game without worry on Saturdays says Bo. would Just like more Information, call
about calculating his score. They have ladles leagueCdurlng the 964-817. ;
I The regular bowler will enjoy,the day "'with 'a nursery provided forchildren Al Blsel teethe. manager''of the
I pro shop where everything thai.hat ages 2-e they have'men's Starke Lanes Center and Jim WUdes
I anything to do with bowling can be leagues Women's leagues and mixed Is the corporation general. manager.
purchased. Shoes ..balls. bags) and leagues during the evenings 'and a The corporation hat three other locations
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The Starke Lanes Bowling Center on 301'south next to peeled soon. The Center-was expected to'be' open by' ", ,...
the Toren. Motel will be opening soon with a wide rangeof now but problem In shipments arriving on time. have
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entertainment. Besides having 14 lanes the let back the opening. ) Aided by substantial new federal Dean Malasanos notes that in a 1981 funded program'. .hethec they elect;
family
bowling center has a pro shop mack bar video arcade The center will have leagues for people of all ages andI, funding the University of Florida's survey of 77,044 registered nurses In to remain Involved in clinical practices .
I College of Nursing la offering a new Florida It was found that at least or to enter supervisory or educational .
description, Includingone during the day1 .,:
and the Club IS Lounge with a dance floor and a live >
had master's the
housewives. A for children will be,providing "track"of graduate studies In critical 1,353 degrees but only' roles they
band. nursery levels
223 were clinical I specialists and not knowledge and skill nursingstaffs
care nursing to help meet statewide
for the which li during that time. '
League are 'forming opening, ex- < ,$ '
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,I first master's degree programof critical care. Yet the state has some emergency rooms hospital intensive
.. Its type In Florida the new cur 278 adult Intensive care unit. 'wiut care units,burn care units bone marrow -,
J' riculum option has been developed more than 3,851 beds; transplant centers, cardiac care
within UF a existing master's degree In a time of keen 'competition for' ,:units; helicopter and fixed-wing
program in adult health nursing. A federal grants the dean said UF.,is, transport services for trauma victims
j Guardsmen.from charter class of six will be admitted in fortunate to have been selected' for a 'and other .services for the,
page 1- January, beginning the series of ad- three-year grant potential total critically W.Students ,
___ ''vanced courses, and clinical ex of $ 07,8\J6\ from the Division of Nurse entering the program will
Besides au" .L.me various repair and supply centers in the -hooches'-, hammock-like; arrangements made from periences. log in the U.S.Department of Health i take the same core courses as others'In
631st. there is the section that holds them all together the sleeping bags or blankets with tarps over them to keep The Increasing complexity of and Human Services. The funds are the master's degree program. In
command post (CP). CP Is found at the center of the the rain out and mosquito netting draped around. it to critical care nursing combined with allocated 'in, three annual 'installments addition,'they will take three clinical
operations connected to all of them by field telephones."This deter the back-woods natives. > > -., < continuing technological advancesand courses in theory' and practice of
Is the basic operating center of the whole Although the weekend was not a lied of roles'the* people Florida's rapid population Project directors on the grant are critical c.re'nursing; one of which
company" said First Sergeant John Wayne Mersey, "We of the 631st made the best of it and came out feeling. growth, create-an urgent need for Dean MalasanosSandra Seymour, will be a special "practicum" that
coordinate the whole activity defensively from here. In fine after proving to themselves and everyone else thatthey more critical I care nursing an assistant professor In the college's' 'twill involve.132 hours-per-week' of I
September we'll be set up in more detail than we are are both ready and fully capable of protecting their, specialists," 'say.' Dr. Lots Adult Health Graduate Program, and clinical experiences in appropriate
even now." country In combat if that is ever necessary. > Malasanos, doan of the College of Dr. Nlta Davidson assistant dean for critical care settings. The training
It is hard to believe that it could get more detailed. The Mist has recently been reorganized and Is now Nursing. "They are needed In direct ,graduate sites will Include emergency rooms
Everyone carried a gas mask and they had a gas-attack authorized for guardsmen! up from the approximate patient care as well as In supervisory A variety of career options may be and 'Intensive ,care- facilities In,
drill where everyone wore the masks to work In. Some of 216 that they have now;They need recruits to fill these ,!nd educational roles" he said. pursued by graduates of the newly hospitals of the Gainesville area.'
them even wore a special set of cover-alls to protect them positions people they can train to be qualified in areas I. .. ,:.v.
from chemicals thai are absorbed through the skin or in- like mechanics, heavy vehicle driving welding, electronics ,
to their clothing. In the extreme heat that day that was repair, wrecker operations refrigeration small .
no small task. arms repair and supply storage. 'dT.ERWILLEG'AR.
Some men could be seen with little strips. of paper In An week stint In basic training required right off '
their bootstrings. These were Indicator strips that reacted the bat and then advanced IndividualIs training (AIT) ; MOTORS
with chemicals to tell the soldier that there were comes later. The length of the AlT varies according to' .
dangerous chemicals In the area or that there had been the field an Individual goes Into. An electronics repaid ,
some type of chemical warfare in that area and the man would be'required to have a.longer AlT session that, '
chemicals were still present on the grass. an office worker. Previously Owned A.uto Sale J :
There were no showers or bathtubs in this exercise. High school seniors can Join the National Guard and ; ,
Everyone did what was known. a "field expedient postpone basic training until after t graduation. Beglnmg ...-:::- .
washlnffYer more colloquially a .birdbath..The person, 1984 high school lan'betweeable to.' ''*' ... MCI : .
enlisturcof We Have Sbmeth'lng ... .,
net washed face and hands In-water from .large eon- : their basic ;; ,
1/ tainers carried on pie vans and sometimes bathed. out of Junior and senior years The summer after graduation
their helmets: they will be able to complete their AlT.
The"limited facilities"consisted of a trench dug In the If you're not sure what you want as a career, you f.of, Everyone .. ..
ground, a jury-rigged plywood seat, a roll of toilet paperon should consider the National Guard. You can acquire r'
a stick with an empty tin can over it to keep. it dry. and. training in sr field that could provide you with civilian
a canvas curtain around employment In a mechanical or technical field while .
American Ingenuity was evident everywhere. Large helping provide the military with what It needs for ha< (I' /
garbage cans with heating elements in the bottom provided tlonal defense. *'vI' -' 1981 Turbo'Trans AM :S E'
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before and after meaL Even'meals were conductedin you are Interested In Joining the 631st and acquiring ., .-. .'
a certain order. People stayed five-meter Intervals this type of training or If you are Interested in other
while In line to get the food or while eating. This was to aspects of the National Guard, you can contact Sergeant .9,700 mllesll One Owner, Well Maintained. Y '
assure that an explosive wouldn't kill a large number of First Class Donald Roth at the Armory In Starke, or call -

them as they congregated to eat. They. dined. squatting OB. 904-8862 After (or contact other Armory personnel 964-6330). T-fops Tilt Cruise,- Handling Pkg ,, I ,, Z a r +I t ,
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Without creature comforts the personnel had to rely on weekend each month at the Armory or Camp Blanding '
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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 15, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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3 The first touch of fall arrived a week early when Tuesday"hleh' : ',' ".; "4Qf J FLA.
reading topped out at It pleasant 13 degrees ,
Wednesday morning low was a cool 67 following an early September HISTQRYSINCE1c'

on eontlnuaUo record of mld.90 highs which. made August one of the hottest montte<<.1, ':",I. 'ide.,
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continuing through most of Tuesday and into Wednesday morning.Starke .aION AI''f':' '''
reported j.87 inches during the two-day period Camp landing 8.e, New' Newa. .. .. . ....... id ftasool.lr. ;y,
River fire tower 2.4. and Highland to er28sT .........1... ... .... .. f,; cV 11'ea
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brought 24 days of 90 and above. ....... ... .v. ...... '.. The'Sweetest Strawberries* This Side of Heaven
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and day and night are of equal length around the world. : IMth STARKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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raises around 9-10 percent have been set for all Beginning teacher salary will be $13,500 a $1,200 Jump, ?1 Supt. Casey's plan \Was. to offer teachers a sweet pay school board team pushed through to give the administration
school- .system! employees, teachers and nonce which Ms. Julie Miller president of the teacher's union;",'.'package l In return for control of the teacher work day. more authority.
Instructionaln onnel, after I 9-hour teacher bargaining says will make Bradford County pretty competitive with, ',.41! For, instance in the in-service training section of the,
session ended at 3 a.m. Tuesday morning, Sept. 13. surrounding counties. u ,teacher contract, Article 19, the administration was sac Administrative side is that somebody has got to run the
In addition the employee health insurance contribution Top end of the teacher salary schedule, at continuing "::1 cessful in placing language which reads: ".,.teachers may school. Teacher union side Is that It prevents teachers
will go up $72 per'year, to $667. The school board pays all contract (CC and 21 years experience is $20,000, an Increase -. .. ,. be required to attend and participate in In-service programs from determining their professional working conditions.
of the employee health insurance premium: off 1890. ; and activities during the school day which are
It is a $750,000 salary package. 110,000 in new school.buses Casey says he will recommend thai: the pay package be necessary to maintain the operation of the school." Such week.Teacher At Bradford duty free planning time is 250 minutes per
and some $350,000 in building renovation funds retroactive to the beginning of the work year when the language is aimed at preventing another unfair labor High that means teachers will be able
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make the entire 1.3 million in funds received by' such one'Bradford Education A aocls' plan from 7:45: to B:IS a.m. when students arrive, and
up $ new school board meets tonight (Thursday: Sept. 15) at 7p m. <. r igreivance as the from 2:53
the Bradford school district this year according to Supt. for the first of two public hearings on U1 budget, at which ,dod' won last year against the school board when Starke 100-minute p.m. to block 3:15: p.m. after students leave. The
Tom Casey ,The'new budget also Includes $250,000 for a time the board will be expected to tentatively approve the Elementary Principal Charles Thomas was holding faculty the period schedule prohibits any planning
during school
new vo-tech truck driving range. new spending bill. The legislature was late then budget meetings for a Title 4B Project"OUNCE" which had do days, says Ms. Miller, who teaches
English. It also limits
The new school budget will total some$12.4 million, The work was held up weeks to determine what the new laws with Improving school discipline. Grant condition was to 10 minutes per week time for the'
operating budget which Includes employee salaries will meant, and 13 days. late is not unreasonable Casey said, ,thatall, school personnel had to participate\ and one teachers principal to to have call faculty or departmental meetings or for
,be $10.3 million of that total. Wednesday. ,teacher charged Thomas was holding in-service training parent-teacher,conferences.
Administrators, teachers and non-Instructional personnel The pay package is "one of the best in the state" says .Which: was against the contract. Elementary and middle school teachers still have plan-
all received raises In the same percentage range. Ms. Miller. The new contract will go to teachers without a "When the administrator of any school deems it ning tune during the school day, which leaves more time
Some employees will get more, some less according to recommendation for approval or disapproval, aha says, "i necessary to add an additional class of particular subJect before and after school for other activities such as faculi->
their contractural! status. '' the week of Sept 20. j r, or establish a new course in the curriculum during the ty meetings.Teacher .
j Highest paid school administrator, other than Supt. Best. item In the new teacher contract is the salary .j i,.school year the administrator may employ a teacher for duty-free time at the high school has been
Casey will earn $33.065, the lowest paid 27519.. The difference package she says. '. that additional assignment at an hourly rate according to reduced from 700 minutes per week last year to 250
j is in rank and experience. Worst part.Is lack of definition of the teacher work day. ', i'their\ .rank and experience," was more language the minutes per week.ection .
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conservative '$5.9': million,'i pending -".(H'.past', 0 four years? although there' was a',

I bill for fiscal 188344 was approved -* .drop In generation in 81-82, -
Tuesday night, Sept. 13, by Starke "A five percent increase would be
.commissioners. realistic,'* .Commissioner Schaefer
The rollback property tax rate of 'said, not insistent but"wanting" the
I: 3.096 mills was also approved. The council to understand his rvasoning.
rollback rate is the levy certified by ,
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the city the same amount of dollars as throw which has come through the ct-' .. -,

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The budget was approved 5-0 after a payments for the proposed two-way' r. ;...'0.. .,: -. -r fc ": ; ,
electrical tie with FPL. .. .
lengthy discussion over the degree of .' .
conservatism Included by City Clerk Uealthlnsurance. .:i x / :f $1 ''Million Project Going Up...

Neil Tucker, who was traveling on. cI- ..; New Apartments This Is the site of; the new Stokes A Co. apartments In west Starke between Brownlee
ty business and not chose"t to
present. City fathers stick with Blue Road and SR-U. Dwight Coleman Is project superintendent.
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Veteran Commissioner Schaefer Cross Blue Shield after hearing a Coleman says the scene above changed to a mud hole Wednesday after three Inches of
termed the clerk's budget realistic;, 'recommendation from insurance consultant 1 rain and traffic. The apartments are built up .one and a half feet above ground level.
but conservative. For instance, George Roberts.
Schaefer said, natural gas revenue Is J Roberts was set to recommend the Under Construction
estimated low; power plant fuel costs .Florida Municipal\ Trust Fund the ;'
are estimated too nigh and the lower of the two bids: but a partial M.. YJy
estimation of electricity costs from financial statement of the trust fund' Construction Is well under way for a DeW$1 million apartment a-
Florida Power Light is too high. provided by the BC-BS agent scared. complex in west Starke: which will have :39 units upon comple'
Basically Schaefer said, there is no Roberts and CPA Pat Far ru worth tion. fI
built-in increase.The city has averaged away from the trust fund. ',The apartments are on west SR-16 in Starke and are being t
a five 'percent growth over the The trust fund's rates were not built by Stokes and Company of Jacksonville.
years the veteran commissioner guaranteed for a year nor does it Named Southern Villas, the single story complex will have.
said and has never gotten into trou- have large reserve funds such as insurance -' 6 one bedroom and 30-two bedroom apartments for reht. The r
ble by including such. an increase in. companies are required to, apartments are scheduled to be completed by late November.
the budget. keep. In .fact, Roberts and Farn- Rent will not be subsidized.The project k financed with a
Schaefer presented figures of sworth said?it appeared the trust Farmers Home Administration
kilowatt-hours generated to show a fund might run In the red:If bit by. an ,General partners for the complex are Chester Stokes,Jr. and,
7,000 KW average increase over the excessive amount of claims. local realtor Cecelia Terwillegar. Limited partners are Chester ,
Stokes,Cecella Terwillegar,Gary Silverfield and Joe Chapman.
'The project was first aimed at Bessent Road. Opposition from
Bessent Road area residents caused a new site to be sought.The I

Hampton Write-in Candidate west Starke: site.plan. was approved". by..Starke City Commission
last June.
I Now the site Is on six acres 'at the corner of SR-ls and
Brownlee Road Just across from the Bradford-Union Area

Forces Election Fails to Win Vocational Center. :t. "
with woood the new apartments will combine brick con true-
accents.Fully sodded and landscaped lawns with

A proposed ammendment to allow .regular candidates. .,,but did not win aseat. built-in sprinkler systems are also an added feature for the com-
elected officials to vote themselves; .. ; plex.Local. .
pay raises was nullified after a close ? Hampton officials are elected by subcontractors working on the project: are Forsyth
public vote'during Hampton City placing the four with the most votes in Plumbing, Hayes Electric for the air conditioning, and. Emmett
election Tuesday Sept, 13.: the seats. Amy Davis had the most Bright, Jr. for the concrete work. ,
votes with followed by'Ted Curtis .Applications for the rentals are available at Terwillegar Real-
Four city: 'council positions were and Scott'Davis with 39 each and ty and at the Job sita. Temporary entrance to the apartments I Ia
also filled 'during the election. Ted Duane MiUel wit. 31, Hagin bad 20 directly In front of the Vo-Tech Center.
Curtis Amy Davis Duane Mitzel, and write-in. votes. Steel insulated entry doors wall and attic Insulation bronze
Scott Davis will take the four positions ,Lola' Williamson ,was then lone windows and heat pumps will be features.' "
that were up for election. Roy. ""qualifier for city clerk, automatically. ,Private patios, wall-to-wall carpet, no-wax vinyl kitchen and BrlclX Layers Hard at Work...

Roarke'B.council seat was. not up.. for' I giving her the position., : 1 bath flooring, double stainless steel sinks, electric: ranges with Once work got started, the new apartments are going fait. The roof Is
up on
election, The ammendment ,to "the charter exhaust hoods closet maid delivery, marble sills, smoke detectors building and subcontractors, such as these masons, one
are making fast work of the
lost 17 cubic foot frost tree and custom early
approval by only four votes. a refrigeratory ,drapesare part of contraction.
Write-in candidate Terry Haglns Williamson resigned her city council standard features of each unit. '

forced the run-off between: the four seat to qualify for city clerk. .




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Discussions of fire protection dlacus'sed last' night ,it w3 swap, eost..v1ngwbeD asked by The that way," Sheriff Reddish stressed., fire protection.
county residents,helping the city with, Included; r. agreed. wishes of his "We believe that fire
toward taking He's Just following the adequate pro
and the '\ ,Ctty officials point! out that slightlyover 'Telegraph Ms attitude
recreation budget '
its$180,000 county commissioners, the sheriff tection is an integral part of the
taking over city police dispatching ,.The city fire department covering'a half the youngsters participating\ Cover .w'1l police dispatching.
county Its; taken additionalemployee point out, but adds he believes It a growth of Starke and Bradford Cocoty.
between Starke and three mue radius around Starke ;la recreation activities sponsored by one
have begun on
good idea to "explore and look Anyone considering relocating in
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officials. : trial basis either three six Starlses come from' outsMe the'city aL
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limits, believe).! Sheriff Reddish has asked Into very carefully" :such;Joint wr area would certainly give some ,
: 'L :begun\ ths. Commissioners discussed paying y chief Jattsr Kenny Cauley to work up measures that could possible provide weight to the fire protection available
Negotiations' nnve Both
Just \ I per call or on a percentaaa baafLc.tii. groups went away from Thursday's better service and save some money. before they made the move. "
tentative- staffing
Nothing has been. ..agreed".upon. by. discussion tafhiog| about manpower
wither board.: *' county'taking over1''Starke'' discussing the chansyss wftfc'tlseir.. scheslsB+ Hurt would have two peopleon The Chamber's letter of support "Because the StarkeBradfordCounty
The Chamber' of"Commerce has' police -dispatching' work. The citY' respective' sides, and plea .Met' dhnttcMog duty during the day was approved by the Board of Governors Chamber of Commerce Is '
written the city and county commlftlonerft utility dispatching could be done from together again at a later date.City officials and swing shift and one dispatcher on, meeting Sept. 8. It was first suggested 'keenly Interested in the success of
.a ,letter supporting,! these, the- I ire*department,' according to, had' their initial preliminary duty from midnight to$ajn.,figuring Tomlinson,' presidentof .' ,growth of this area we want to go on
discussions. Councilman Jimmy Crosby discussion Tuesday night, with Mayor' the city would have two cars out and the Florida Bank at Starke. record as favoring the discussions
', Each side fell out the ''l other's'position Vernon SUcnx leaving it at that and tile county one. now going on.We do not propose to try
at a Joint session last Thursday The county taking over the polte: :asking members to,mink about the ,Two city cars would entail as muchdispatching The letter States and influence the outcome,but only to
hosted by County Attorney ,Dudley dispatching would lessen the city's. t ,-1... as four sheriff cars, Reddish "The Chamber of Commerce Is support the idea of a fire protection j
Hardy.The entire county commissionand cost some ttoeo. the same amount : SMaacts.llit ., aware of the discussions to be held plan although it may be long range! ,
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two-city commissionersTravis the city-wants the:' county' to.contribute .. : "! <*f& to construe,- batwean the Cttf Council l of the q tClf that will ultimately. reach, a aatla&eOutside. -
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Florida has filed two suits against 4'gas tax the maximum allowed by file two separate suits one against It tax revenue for general fund revenue Effects neighboring Lake Butler''' and
statewide and local-option gasoline law. Neighboring Union and Clay. each tax.'No attempt will be made to' kept the commission from increasing :of'Tax Boost Keystone Heights 'both'to' .counties

tax hikes alleging they are unfair and counties levied no optional gas tax. top collection of the taxes while suite>i i i ad valorem taxes more than a fraction "' (Another factor to be reckoned with that levied no optional tax. '
unconstitutional. Kenneth Dufault executive director are pending.'' Dufault said, "but the of a mill. ', U the possible shortfall In anticipated I >Self-service stations In Lake Butler

One suit has been filed In of the Allied Gas Retailers; said ,courts will be asked to have revenues. > ,i' gas tax revenue'due' ''to the higher and Keystone 'Heights- are selliiui
County and in Leon the new optional gas tax "la Inequitable placed In escrow until the cases are i I', Any. legal maneuver that would...* ,price In Bradford Man compared te regular gas at $1.12(9), and unleaded
one HUlsborough Coun and we feel uncona tu- resolved." vent, or even delay the county'from several .nearby counties. ,All local .t l.30(9K( The prevailing .. .

tyThe state tax went net oll.7 tional." The association represents Bradford County has a big stake ill using Its four-cent gas tax revenue I'i dealers contacted said they had 'experienced and In Starke nlead9earar;
cents a gallon on April up l a 1,400 gasoline retailers about 35 percent the suits since the County Commit. would upset the 1964-83 budget ap declines In volume since regular (1.23(9)( for
tial reduction of through par- of the total number In the state. ,loners' tentative budget for 1884-831 I plecart. With '1884 anticipated' the four-cent tax went into effect, but
the addition of the an existing tax and Most of Its, members are small was balanced by the anticipated income -,. revenue from, ad ,valorem, taxes only one.wouJd'quote percentages. While, Starke'a unleaded' price la
sales tax.Local new five percent businessmen who run full-service stations of (303,492 from Its'new. four estimated at around $1.1 million, and: 'One dealer on South 301 estimated his three cents gallon than Lake
leased from suppliers, Dufault' cent gas tax. This expected revenue. the deadline for raising the tax levy sales off 10 to 15 percent even after Butler and Keys, there la only atwocent I
option taxes ranging from 1 aid. was placed In the County Transport already passed, the county! would apparently ,allowing .ifor the ''usual seasonal difference on regular. If all
to 4 cents went, into effect In 37 "We've got to stop it (the new tax) tion Trust Fund thereby releasing, have no place to turn for ad decline ,in t tourist, travel. during dealers are paying the same price to:
Florida counties on September 1. ,or else we're going to lose 20 to 25 per. general revenue funds heretofore used -.>l ditional needed revenue to match its,:r (September : !II i their suppliers, apparently Starkestatlone
Bradford was the only county In 11 r*.n t of our nmoll rfMlon ho urtdnd. for transportation, for use> 198445 budget requirements. Although the''new tax Is four cents are ,absorbing one or, two

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Continental Telephone Is asking the pastor of the First United Methodist notice advertisements the Sept. 1 A base rate of $11.60 for: one-party ,
Florida Public Church In attended. and of residential. service :Is, for .
Service Commissionfor Starke The bearing Aug. S3 editions. The proposed- t .
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a base phone rate increase of 67 was supposed to begin at 5 p.m.. T,I..raph. Lawtey and Kingsley Lake phone Bradford County Middle School IIu a,a,aiiktft milk. sir fruit cup, tuttaneotc. .

and 68 percent on Starke Lawtey and but was postponed until a member of Continental Telephone.Is asking the customers,,an increase of.68 percent and all elementary schools ;r..r nte;. s.ru.b.r ll-rrtod cklckM" rte.
Kingsley Lake customers. the public Rev. Langer, showed up. PSC to approve a base rate of 12.20 over the current W.90 base aBase .a1..A.y, .......... ..._A........CbMM(U*. wary buiurad imu a cairott,str.wb.r.herb'"
A public hearing was held in the No notice of the bearing was' per month on one-party residential, rate does not i Include* such ubd,appta atop,but nU.milk. USS. bicutu,milk,
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Starke city hall last Wednesday afternoon published in the Sept. edition of The phone service for Starke customers, add-on services as touch calling, 'Iri'-' ,muiUrd .wa,"'Ii.BurprIoe I frown. hatoral tnuuard gram,appleuuc bruwnl eoratmad,'
on the proposed Increase. Only Telegraph. However the phone company an Increase of 67 percent over the cur-i. or customer calling features such. ,as I.-*' udTmUk.W.J.i.d.y 1rotajagw.or
one citizen Rev. Warren Langer,. took out quarter-page public rent $7.20., n extra bells or extra extentions. risl* dFMa't -,:
.......tor It-PIg. "In the BUnk*,....- .clues. MU. Wish MUU. appto ertap,. hot roll,
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Barney Cam 58 former bologna cup, butted am, fruit cup, cookto, |TW..mllkiluk.fl. ..-nPT.ndb Crlw, mlltih.k,.
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manager Baker Institution Circuit Court Shepardto btoculto,milk. y
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operator of the clenny, were Cam's two sons two 15-year prison sentences to be, Ion chairman Anabel Mitchell the Bradford County High School .<.....,," s.,I..... zt-Ch.; ..Mburfri.
Keystone Airport was released Tues- Richard. 32. and Michael 23. With served concurrently and each was body took Into consideration the "ex.ceptionailnaUtutionaladjuatJnent" mlUubiUuc,ranch rim,pin.
day from Lawtey Correctional In-. their father, they were found guilty on fined $10,000 on the two counts. On of Mid ijr.a.5a.b.r .............. mss Tkurwlay. brwukw u-MUtatakM, pim..turntaurgw -

stitution after serving months of a two separate drug conspiracy June 17,the First District Court of Appeals the three; a recommendation from ,:poiatoM. ,butted fraM pasI,cooki.rlut, ralli.twrtimy *..franck s.p<..frtos.KrU.y. kr. 1a Che..burgers', roach.

15-year prison sentence on drug con- charges in December 1981 in Duval in Tallahassee reversed the second the Department of Correctionsthe Bertomlnt tt-Plt l In the BUmUt,Iskid. trit, ptna,mlUuhikM.
spiracy charges. In more recent Circuit Court and received the same conspiracy charge for each Cams' cooperation with authorities -
years Cam leased airport property sentence.The charges stemmed from defendant and vacated the sentencesfor and"community support"and letters; ...:-.ffi- --- .

from the City of Keystone and built drugs being unloaded from a plane that charge.On from friends of the Cams. .
his own hangar where he operated an landing at a field on a farm near Appearing on behalf of Barney Cam [I ;, EAGLE
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aircraft maintenance and repair' Brooker and also at Fort White in August 24,the Florida Parole it at the parole hearing was Dr. James'
shop. I960. Probation Commission approved
Saltz of New Mexico, Ma. Mitchell
Also paroled on the same day from Each defendant was sentenced by parole for all three. Cams on said.
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I Roof Repair, Covered Walkways Head Request List for Budget. at HE, BHSThe I IJ

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tchool- board visited I the, last 'some new Student ch f u-,.. 'catching 'In the'Industrial arts.area, called a
two school'in the county.Hampton Clark's request for an outside light Hampton all had was the condition of ,on it for now." He pointed out that water from several leaks. must by Principal Duncan. A shop
Elementary and Bradford County was certainly brought home when the new cafeteria. The contractors they had withheld 10 percent of the But Principal Jim Duncan was not cannot be built now without dust
High School, la Its,series of meetingsto those in attendance could not, ven ,did not finish the cafeteria to the requirements ,'.contractor's feel and'would not pay even'complaining about those leaks. 'removal.
discus the capital outlay budget find the parking lot. In I the dark after ,.of the board and, the :them until the board was satisfied Duncan's main concerns, which Supt. I
with parents, teachers: and ad- the meeting. board has not yet accepted the 1 wIth the building.. 'We could repair It Tom Casey hopes to get corrected. this
minis traton. "'Here's/ one ['U bet you haven't building. They are Involved In litigation :' Ourselves with these fund," he said, 'school termare: Turning the Bus auditorium into a
,heard, we'd like ;to/paint the. dome over the matter at this time and 'but he pointed out that .It 'might testing area, which means Installingnew
Hampton Elementary with heat retardant paint It will cut the board advised that no repairs be Jeopardize their case In court if the -A covered'' walkway tar the bus lighting and installing a small
The down costs and enable to made until,the outcome of the desk top, Which can be lowered when
main need that Principal\ Connie on cooling us litigation Damage had been repaired loading area Getting the bus loading
Clark had was a covered walkway' show films' said ,Clark The dome is determined. area 'off Washington Street, and the building Is used as an auditorium, i
from the main classroom building ,to allows in too much, light for..films "Water from the air conditioningvent .1 Bradford High School repairing a broken walkway over a on every other seat. This Is a move
the cafeteria. He.estimated(20.000 to, right now. \la dripping from a pipe in the :'II''Leaking roofs, no air-conditioning dangerous hole."Repairing that has been talked about for years,
complete this task, which was mentioned One parent,asked why the .woods restroom,"ft runs out on the sidewalk .. I In Phase t, a covered.walk-way, and but which lack of money has
on the report from the Department behind the playground/ were not fern when the -air conditioner has been' the need for a student testing area are! the heating' and air- prevented from being carried out.
'of. Education survey' team. ed of to keep children from slipping operating for a long tune,", said !'the main problems facing Bradford conditioning system In Phase 1, the'
Anything mentioned on the report the back and possibly, injuring ,Clark. High, school board members were! English and social studies building, Enrollment at BHS is 1,065, Prin
survey.team made;, could be funded themselves. 'The children are not left School Board Member Jim Lawson' 'told Monday, Sept. 12. which was 84 degrees Monday night. cipal Duncan said, and every
with stat money allocated for. school ,alone on .the playground, they are said that he had walked through the" Twenty-three persons,including only Instructor,Ronnie Harris called the' available space Is I being used every
use'' watched while they re there. Also, we building and the ceiling tiles in the kitchen I four persons who were not building an impossible teaching situation period. Additional classroom space,
other request Included Items suchas have nature trails out there and we 1 were falling down. employed by the school: system, attended in the hot 'weather and in the especially small classrooms for
a duplicator to replace one that is wouldn't'' want to fence them away. Superintendent Tom Casey said the capital outlay session in winter cold. Nobody disagreed. special programs, will be needed
worn out. a card catalog for the from something good," said Clark. that they expect to hear something the BHS library. 'On their waythorough before too long, he warned the school
library, bookcases for the library and The biggest complaint that parents, around Oct.f and as close as 1)was tq the administrative\\ : ;area ;the -Instajllng! ( l a| dupt removal: system ,board and Supt. Casey.

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I Lawtey Commission Approves 1983-84 Budget 1' '
Say Ignore Crank .NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

A 9245,520 budget for fiscal 1963-84 .106 mills, for its 83-84 property tax retained to design the projects, and ': Phone
was tentatively approved Sept.12 by level. The rollback figure is certified the council Is thinking about which ;> CallsIf '
the Lawtey city' commission at the' by Property Appraiser Jimmy ,will be first. Present thinking is that someone has been calling ybu The City; of Lawtey has tentatively -
first of,Jwg 'publtcbeartngs requiredOnly Alvarez to bring in the same amountof an S8.800 extension down US-301 south about your phone bill, don't
by law., revenue as the previous year. and is the most pressing.. The'301 .south '", panic. It is not the phone com for 1983.
change made In' the. budget 'does not. constitute tax increase. project would extend a -lnch main ::0:' pany, but someone playing adopted a, budget
was addition'of funds for a new police' The General Fund budget totals from SR-200A south from Terry Road, pranks. -
car later In the fiscal year, if one la some(160,000, the Water Dept.budget. and from CR-225 down 65th Ave., a' Representatives from Con- A public hearing; to make a
needed, according to Clerk Lucille some 199,000.Included total of some 900 feet. The project y t tlnental Telephone, Company
Shuford.. In the new spending 1st would make a loop with the line goingto ;, assure the public' that'It'is not FINAL DECISION on the
Nobody appeared to protest the $20,000 for a new well. Water Dept. Lawtey Correctional Institution, Increasing anyone from the company.
budget or imllage rate.Only the council Supervisor Barry Watts said the town water pressure, ,- Many complaints have! been' '
and city clerk were present at the Is on the verge of needing a third well, Major problem Is'' going under .made to CTC about the harassing budget: AND TAXES will be heldon
Sept. 12 public hearing. plus It would provide additional back- CR-225 at 301 ''WIth a' larger '6-inch ,-'!'calls. If someone should call you'
Use of the$31,000 in federal revenue' up if a well or pump goes down. diameter line. Alternative is cutting I.about your phone bill,._call: 1- September 20 at 7:30 p.m.
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sharing funds the city expects to Three different projects totalling' the pavement and the council didn't i '
receive was also approved. The se- $21,220 to extend the water system. seem to care for that Idea. I". Peopleshave obeen harassedeven Hall.
cond public hearing, which by law Not all the water extensions are ex- The other two projects'are: when their phone bill is paid Lawtey City
must be held within 15 days after.the pected to be complete in 83-84,but the up-. '
first; Is set Se pt. 20 at 7:30: p.m.. ', council Indicated Aug. 1 It. plans to Terry Road, to ,install a 6-inch
The council adopted the rollback begin the extension'work. diameter line back to CR-225. Price I
figure of 2.208 (nills, an increase ,of :,Engineer'Jerome.Kelley! ,has been estimate, 8,120

I I Now Get A Good Nights Sleep

.Hampton; : HODGESHARDWARE \ In] June I burt ;my back,verylpeirfously! ,'lifting heavy ob-j 41\; :. .. a
I jects. The pain was very severe. I could not even lay in the "- 4: '

Hilites, .. bed without suffering., I had seen Doctor Dopson's office ff-... .
and sign before so I stopped in. Within two weeks I was : ra

by Dolores 468-191 Men,' feeling much'better.I could even get a good nights: sleep. I Ek'\ -

Donald phone : 1 tt] am progressing, more with each visit.;! would like to thank j, k\s,

'Arrival Gregory. SladeNew : t J poctor Dopson:and his staff for, being so kind to me, anl-.1l,: : :. '"'

U.Sv Marine Sgt. Donald F, and q 964-8182 : (.helping me so much.,;: ;" \Y : ,;' ,.u i! '. ." v. v
'Brenda Slade!' of Buford, S.C. an- .,( ,("> '

nounce: the arrival of a son, Donald, .
Gregory. He was born September 3,, WestinghoUse Very Thankfully
weighing 8 Ibs..:7 oz. He joins a sister.
Cindy four years old. Kerry Ducharme
LIGHT BULBS
Paternal grandparents are Donald .
and Lillian Slade of Hampton. Pater- ,!
nal great grandmother Is Mildred '60 75 'tOO Watts i Dr. Ronald i E. Dopson -'Chiropractoretflee
Williamson, also of Hampton. Mater Hours:
nal' grandparents are Horace and I ; 864 N. (US 301)) Temple Ave.. Starke Mon.-Wed., Fri 9.5
Doris Gann of RaifordChristina : ,
Meng Christened .. .i ., 1' Monday thru,; Friday: 964-8018 Tuei. *.ihun. 9-12
Christina Marie Meng was baptised 2/49 ,
on Sunday."' ell:.t,1' at St. Edward'sCathWWW ,*,*' -; .- 1 _.-
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at th.jMDtjsny'was i Fuaayi' .thepastorRevFadfiraosKsh .;.. tpssss':* 1 asae04'? '''*e T ="!''''_ 'i ''ir., (limit"" .lf) "!' 1 xk '0711+w" 'iar.' i'"0':41' ..1..ttr...n ..n..U..Il'> l '

Christina is the daughter of Kevin:
and Patricia Meng of Hampton Lake. .
Rose Moreira served as godmotherand Jackson ,
Christopher Meng is Christina's '
godfather.Following. M6'Wheelbarrow'
the ceremony a celebra-
tion reception was held at the home off
irtstina's' grandparents, Francis.
and Dolores Meng.
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HAMPTONELEMENTAR1 "
('SCHOOL "P1Thjs

Principal, Connie Clark welcomed' system
some '180. students to Hampton' ':;
Elementary School on August 29. $6g95
Faculty this, year .include these'teachers ;:
: Kindergarten, Cyndee reall works rem.r.frun"run
Clark 2nd :K
Lawrence 1st grade,Jean ; '
grade, Shirley Bagwell; 3rd grade !
Donna Brewer; 4th grade, MindyBeviila ; "
; 5th grade Claudette Frees :. -
8th grade,Jim Lewis; 7th grade,Sain 6 cu< fK-- ,cap. J 4 ,
dra SandersTitle| I, Earselene Zimmerman ,"
; Special Educatlon.DonnaSamons Seamless
,Librarian is 'Kathryn'
Brooks;, Millie Galanos, classroomassistant 407 W.' Madison Street Starke,

Lucy Hodges, secretary. Behind Starke Paint .0
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Teachers Aides are Margaret ,
Wadsworth, JoAnn Shadd and Sheila , 1'I' li
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Padgett. Ruth Paladino is t Lest P
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manager and III'assisted\ by Tina .; :
Woodard and Betty Stone.Sidney DeU '
Is the school custodian; Keith
HEARING
Tetstone Is P.E teacher and Jim. NOTICE: OF BUDGET'.
Brownlee teaches music. I

during The Improvements faculty the'' summer.and students made'The at appreciatethe the former school The City ,of Hampton. has tentatively I C'irr '

cafeteria '".now carpeted and serves' '
I for 1983. i
'as the library.J The fifth grade enjoy :,adopted, a budget I
their larger|classroom In the refurbished I
'former k.ltcJlenJ.The.Specia; ) A public hearing ,: to make a'RIN4 ThiIp I'
Ed has plenty of room now fo the ,
former Ubra *;Title\ I classes also app" ; ; D.ECISIQN'on the
added In the
predate- the t space .

,former fifth grade provide classroom.additional The space improvements ... budge'4ND TAXES will be:'held LI' 'I' [tti1 WI

and equipment.
for school supplies :
on 'September 1,2Q 'at 7: OO 'pftn.: ,
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meeting Hampton; was. held Elementary'Tuesday evening, i Ham ptoh.Cityfiall,, ,: 'Itt' 1 : '/

Sept.i. In the new cafetorium..Principal -, HMSlMmtHBM nstMHsWB BIIMB B B B I BBMHUHBMHsVBttlMB
ConnW Clark'welcomed some 00 MHHHHHHBBBHBMBHHBMm -- Beautiful and versatile j
to this meeting presided over, '.
parents tt. B. Ll. UflBn9H.Mi
by, president, Judy Archey, l" .., I unit
,Plans. ,for Halloween _carnival; HEARINGTheCity library ancUtorage
sales will fce- NOTICE OF BUDGET (
'discussed.'
were under the.direction Spice of Debbie Bonne. .. ,. ,, .. .... XV t !

._ TrW tiWtASlFORD"CCUNTYrTELIGlRAPte'.'; :r :t*f. ,Starfce JIi has t .',tent '-" j on Display this elegant your books library and system knickknacks Irfrich $. 2 9 9 00 '

."- WaverlyWalnutfinishJopandfourth !" .. jI i
Thursday',1 .. t rtively dot ed'.abudgetfor. ; 1983.1:, h shelves have,3 adjustable} positipns. R'eg. Price, All '. ''1t I

t Droplid, shelf and door unit, 3 pieces ,
,.' 13* W c. lltNe' open y J
St.rlce.,, Florida 93091Second A' .pi bit "hearing>l : .: to iriake a. i each 29Y41C11 32x7/: high. 349.85 s: ?

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On Rescue Not Observecl :' 'tt *bi.'re';wonderiitgI'"like' :star' }"'p,,a riI': ,, t "SI. !lillJfmnit.w.r/..Jt.'ept:+/ "t'': l',!"In.vlJl'/, '!.' the" lumber 'the watt thaw Mont John' C Richard

Being Bradford County were loo (more 01 gut for'ttw.new.raaroad' ,depot It.fwiU) br tr' Capt.Henry y'Yprk;tfthtacWnty.BiuSof
'. less,) years ago and you ,have( an Idle houi' ', t M'framai$ wt<< {;*n\>lhei tyle-.of',the- flewfha theM gentleman, ld fill the position
or so on your, hand drop! ,around, ,. Galnes UJef epotHe-'Wlll'Wso( / : build a of Comptroller,Treasurer: or Secretary at
An 'example of the ''lack of the 3-Cs ed" 'for' mutual! ; ( .
: benefit.. '
.ApParently Bradford CountyI.JbrarKand / '
and I ; ask to.ieR u'(fcumberV rea| nice section house! for the State most.accepUWbf"Fine i
Coordination' Communication; there was breakdown, of communications -, the,microfilmed\ .copies tot, three jweeklj 1Jiconlpany," .Up' to that I time.i the depot Apple j Cider1:, at Mitchell's/
Cooperation .in the handling of public between the departments in Clay newspapers that' were. pubfjqh., } t,hpre'oy" Pi. 'J\: .(railroad station) wad located on the west. the railroad wharf,'r eland\ oa
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services was shown in the dispatchingof County if the signed agreement was not thay rs. : ',, ,"sidth.of. the tracks 'between',Call? and. Conventions '
Rescue Units to the scene of two auto known to the dispatcher: > One of them; Thai i Ttleftaah. tested i Ir i' ,Mad son Streets., A County was; called for
.1879 ,under'( the< name I of ''1'' '' Saturday. May' 19/lflOS at Starke for. the
accidents at 'Kingsley Lake last IFlorl rt'"Col.< C.E. Merrill 'will remain in 'this,
Furthermore it coin. later following purposes: To choose delegates to
was .just a Ttletlraph, changed to f'n.Stor"4i; toun f for 10 or 13 days. He intends writing'h. ,
weekend, "' ''and represent Bradford County in the State
finally became
cidence that' the Meadowbrook-Bellair Tflagraph, r Tn descriptive pieces! of our town and county, Democratic Convention to be held
In both instances, Clay County unit was in Middleburg on another, misf Bradford County Ttltgraph.vU is still being ti r which 'will be uiiblished in the, New- Augustine May 29, 1888. Also to choose la St
under and is i
published s name ,
Rescue Units were dispatched to the sion and could be drafted by the .Midi the' only local newspaper in'.the'county now:*" "Htrald.'. County Executive Committee and to transact
,scene in disregard,of the agreement be- dleburg Fire Department to make the Other papers printed in Starke were "The I'' /'Married- March '28-General Earle, of such other business. may come
tween Bradford and Clay counties to exchange run. Otherwise there would have been ,*' "! Earlton! to Mrs. ,Tillman, Rev. E.J. Giles before the Convention. (,Signed by Joseph
services in certain areas of each further'delay because the' Middleburgunit officiating." General Earle was a prominenKitlzen L. Hill of Lake Butler, chairman of the
I ., of Earlton Beach, near Waldo Democratic Executive ommtttee.)
county'for the mutual benefits of time- ,was off, on another run. ,,oi) the west shore of Santa Fe+ Lake.

saving and, maximum. efficiency, in In the meanwhile; a passing motoristhad ,. "Mrs. Hamrick has a'nice little school of
work. .
rescue seen the accident and notified the 13 scholars." This was Starke's first

On .August, >< ,J982 Cliff Chapman, Bradford County dispatcher at 964-6161, kindergarten and Mrs. Hamrick was
director of services in Bradford The assisted by her. daughter Miss Nell who
the
emergency County jail. dispatcher on duty to become Mrs, W.H. tollman.f .
County. wrote: to.the Director of called the Bradford EMTs at ;964-6000 ., 'f8slater
f .
Public Safety and
County. as'. :'follow" ; ,r'; Kingsley Lake, but was halted by radio for asking if it is hot enough will be acquit-
is'tti from with the that I I ted on grounds of self-defense." Summers
"This letter..1 Confirm our conversation Clay County message .' .
concerning, ;mutual aid and they were not needed. No explanation, '' "Jlj(,! ,,'I, must; hatb' been hot in those days, also.

assistance,,;'in';out"v respective' counties.As was made as to why they were not call \ ,: '3'AVtbe People's Restaurant you can get

discussed;,''there.Should be no definite ed in the first place. J ', f fJ 'ever'Uling'from mea fOr 2s,;"' (',worth up, and a warm"T'here

boundaries 'as:far' as coverage is con In the second accident, during the; ., ;: '' \George Washington, ': ,, ? .
w re, 2,335, recorded murders From the Weekly 'Florida l
but of services and Telegraph,
cerned, duplication early morning hours of Sunday again'the ,j Printing Press'i ?, i. ii i ii ''and homicides In the country during 1887, March 3, 1888:
effort should" be avoided if possible. Middleburg Rescue Unit was called i *, "'With,'In Ideal, : executions and 123lynchmgs '

"Due,J to Rescue i '}5's geographic loca- instead of the Bradford County Unit, as East Florida/ Courier,"'which trait a 'short' ,'", : j"" .,''./ school Hampton today News with a: large Prof.attendance'Young opened

tion, it 'would be beneficial to the i per agreement. Rescue 74 (Middleburg) life during the 1880s.and"Th.',Florida Advocate R.Puddy-i EMI early strawberry grower, Mrs. Carrie McFashlon; .co1Ored '

residents living in the southeast corner then called the Middleburg Fire Depart-' ," published for several years. ,was. advertising' property for'sale atKingsley from the effects of an overdose of opium, died

of Bradford County, i.e. Santa Fe Lake, ment for backup in rendering first aid at around to the outdo turn The of the Telegraph century.by The comingout lattertried Lake. Ignorantly administered by her husband l

Geneva Lake ;Estates,' and the Speed- the scene. twice a week but at that time, there The Courier was boosting Capt. 3.C. on Tuesday last.
Richard
yule area to have Clay County Rescue The Kingsley Lake Fire Department, was neither sufficient news nor enough York of Lake of Starke Butler and for high Capt.political Henry office F.- Messrs. Mac Williams] and Brown are

respond ,as the first :responder. Our which is based about a quarter' mile advertising support to make it profitable' .. ,. : ,turning out on an average of 15,000 perfect
geographic location will allow us to and it soon folded up. ; bricks per day. Their neW machine.is now
from the first accident and about two "Being among the Banner Democratic working handsomely. '
serve the Clay County residents living miles in ''Many items from the microfilmed copiesof Counties
from the second, was not called of the State we feel that Bradford
in the Kingsley Lake, Camp ,Blandingarea either case. The Clay' County dispat- handled old papers are that both are amusing now too as fragile Well- as to in-be ,. ,l recognition M i expect and .claim some Starke Comer Institute L. Peek in 1883.was- principal of the

as first responders with a faster, cher when '' said the, in the next State Cabinet. We
questioned stn1cti .
,
time. Jd : : ; have met men in Bradford who; from long From The Telegraph of March ., 1891.
response Kingsley Lake VFD was called throughits t. Marchr3lf 'and faithful service to the Conservative I.C. Webb, editor and publisher:
,
For Instance from the 1888
"As in the I forwardto dispatching station 'Bradford Democracy 'deserve and who
past am looking issue of The Courier we learn that,: preferment; "W.H. Congleton. a, moat respectable
rela- County jail but the dispatcher on' have the ability to discharge the duties of
a long and satisfying working duty citizen of San rson, was assaulted
wale' Satur
:
tionship between our two counties." there at the time of the accident said no the Prof. M.A. Clark, j1B. Principal.'at! any Cabinet'position creditably alike to day and I killed with a coupling pin."
Starke Male & Female Institute, a themselves; and the State. Placing Brad-
In spite of this agreement, Clay Coun- such call was received. She was called private school that was the forerunner of t ford's demand on the ground of party ser ."The artesian well project Is not dead
Rescue Units were dispatched both to at 6:36: however, by a passing'witness the first public school. :The two story vice, there are no men in the State who When the next Council is to be elected the
ty the to the crash. The Kingsley Lake fire building stood on the corner where the have stood: more firmly and fought more ,issue will be directly-well or no well.The
Saturday 6:30: p.m. accident at the chief also denies receiving any call., Starke Woman's C lub Is now located.; bravely for Democratic ascendency since 'people must be obeyed
sweeping curve on SR-16, and also to the "
,
one Sunday morning on SR-225 where it As a possible explanation, the Mid- "

deadends at Highway 16. dleburg chief says his department was ,

called for the Rescue Unit Bradford Countyby
as a backup Forestry
In the Saturday afternoon accidentthe I
a service which he said the Kingsley
Middleburg Fire Department and ,: '. : David W.Norton-
Lake Department did not have
Clay County's Meadowbrook-Bellair probably I, : .7 Bradford County Forester
the life and .. .
in support equipment person- i ,
Rescue Unit reached the scene 12 to
to the net} to.,render\ "... .is "" iq.F;: In the heat of summer it's difficult to other product Water oak will bum when
minutes .
15 <
;1 ", according, : ), Jj Middleburg,' {' + This rather detailed" account of the Incidents rt 'I1J .thInit'about'l: ttbt8;firewood for;-half-gre. n jbiit it just takes
j; fire,_ chief_<__..- _. '+n iI J.j.M'' !,.'r of last 'and SuhdayVis' y r sn gr+lbt'9T i 9r fijUfV[( now lath time loi>eginwork you/re./ more heat Jo evaporate' stored water
? The Starke Rescue Unit could have Saturday ; going:t4ttiMv#>waimd iwtxxMoubwra.iim IWIJen'JtI'JaH tbisreonditlamt'AIU.otbae; .
given, not in a spirit of criticism, for no .December. species Krf-oaks.will..supply.a'tot'of heat
reached in five minutes
the scene a when burned. Some not have
doubt everyone concerned thought he Firewood cut take species may
green, three to four
in ; could have
difference that
timing < was doing the best thing under the cir> months to dry properly. Even if you buy water oak's split-ability, but they bum just
life if there had been
meant. as easily.
saving a. cumstances at the time. your wood it may be wise to do it now for
crucial injuries, which fortunately there prices may be lower in the off-season. Any trees with dense wood will have high

were.not. A car and a pick-up truck We do think however that the Green wood is generally cheaper to buy, heat values. These Include: hickoriei,
were "totaled' in the collision, but the hap- } anyway. Wood for heat has been given dogwoods persimmons, ..beecbei.
drivers' critical penings point up a need for better com- more serious consideration in recent years' American hornbeam .(ironwood), and
miraculously' escaped munications between the supposedly than In the days before fuel oil quadrupled locust trees. All these will not CUM

injuries. "cooperating" units in order to' avoid In price. creosote or soot to form In the chimney.,U

The dispatch officer in the Clay Coun- needless expense and needless waste of will resinous pine or cedar"trees

ty sheriff office says he was not aware time in instances when sixty seconds Whether you're intending to saw and Another reason to start thinking about
split your own, or buy green wood already cutting firewood is the time take
it
of any agreement between his county could mean the difference between life split it Is smart to know which woods are you to find it. Don't for may -
get a fine trespassbig
and Bradford County, as.to, areas "trad-- and death. best for fuel. It Is important to know their because you saw some wood and decided
heat value;: and whether they will deposit to cut it.Some of the timber companies
creosote in the chimney. Water oak is a will allow you to gather wood lotion recent
good all-round fuelwood, and grows cutting areas but get permission tint
throughout Florida.'This tree is abundant Please Be
remember to careful with chain.saws.
County Agent's Notebook I and widespread, grows rapidly, splits fair., The amateur firewood cutters are
1 ly easily and! is not valued highly for any usually the individuals who get Injured.

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by Bobby Taylor Y
Bradford County Agent
a '1 a F- '
Cooler temperatures and shorter days are a is a $3 charge for the test but this Is a real bargain '-ell Lf Letters r

signal that Fall will soon be here. Fall it a signal for the information you get. L ,- ,,'J'"" ,,, ,

for plans and activities on lawn and forage proFaIl, Is also the time to plant cool season TO,THE EDITOR '

grams. legumes like clover for late winter and early spring -

This is a good time to get soil lime grazing. In addition to supplying lot of highrequiremenu '., .
on your lawn and Fall is an quality foliage, the legumes,if properly managed .' iere.Were'. 'I '" "
excellent time to apply lime or dolomite, if Deedcan supply nitrogen for grass production next .II!,fRio _; iAll.of.ose": JPho' pjio6e'' .

ed, for several reasons 'summer. 'y .. "

Lime requires time to react in the soil to supply This is an Important economic 'advanta e'' p- ;/f';;\, : : '' '' Higher,Coat.'of Living? '
calcium and magnesium for the grass, and to adjust because plant available nitrogen is presently the ., \ ; .t"t
the pH, or correct soil acidity. It usually takes primary limiting factor for forage production in "' -
about six months for total reaction so an application our sandy soils. Costs of nitrogen fertilizer have' rHio; Editor, Tere.reap":, larger proposed telephone .
in the fall would allow enough time for the soared along with the price of energy.'' The, : fmf ),, In'the ia'st several'months there has been'' where were all of our elected offldali
next year's spring growth. 'legumes can produce this savings for you. -f} 4" ";' quite a controversy over the raising of who have promised to do everything

Lime is most effective when it is mixed In the White clover a good choice on our flatwoods i gasoline tax and possible property taxes.. their power to keep the
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top six inches of soil. However, on lawns and soils and pastures. After soil testing and lime application On Wednesday Sept. 7, them W.I. public i ment down? (I do assume our government
pastures nature will do a good job of mixing If you are ready to prepare the area for 'f hearing here In Starke tor people to voice ;agencies use phones?) Where were all the
enough time. Rain water or irrigation and seeding. Remove accumulated forage by mowing ;: their objections for a rate Increase ap- concerned .citizens who are.feeling tile
drying of the soil will contribute to.working. .the or grazing and disk lightly to expose some soil for : f plication of Continental Telephone that .pressure'of inflation,
lime down. the seed. Inoculate seed Immediately prior to Hi; would ....,residential and .commercial While'busy trying 1 to the
'extinguish
Another practical advantage to fall liming Is seeding,and roll or repack the soil after seeding. ,.$, .number rates approximately of citizens 79% 1 II 1 While a .sparks that have mad it difficult: to keep

that lime and lime spreader trucks can cover Fertilize the legumes according to recommendations ......' ... 1Mc -',_ -posed 'govenment have-turned-i ,eases.out that.for have.pro' pace with inflation, I hope we do not forgd

most of our flatwoods pasture and fields. from your soil,test An average recommendation f'-- amounted to small percentages there was .to keep, an eye, ." on the- fire (ttelf.."

Lime Is the number one priority in a soil fertility would be something like 300 to 500'program. ._Y one,citizen to speak, out against the Warren Langer
Get your soil tested today and apply pounds of O-lp-30 per acre at planting time. Sriatkes; fort Move '.. late naif ordRd. Start

lime as soon as possible if it is needed: I'll be happy to discuss your winter forage pro- ".. ..< of 4. '" i 'l\> r.f' 1 i"lic: \ '
at time. Just call or come by at .J'I/! .JJ I." ,.. ? ?
i your'
Call or come by your County Agent's office on gram any .Tanks "jo ( 1 t. ,
As .af1V : from'. .kew" .' '
convenience. erQQ' : < : ; ;;, .
north! 301 In Starke for your soil testing kit,There J t :.: : Help, ,from Cariucd't""' ,;,
y" .J..1 "
k Itsti': ; ''' E4tt0r., Tet..roph: t !r' ,,' 1, !' t f fP ''Editor .
This six-foot;.25-pound rattlesnake Telegrap l : .. : >::
4 ,' .hanlt you\ so much: tor r t .
u"t.ttsj 1 met its Waterloo as It crawled down I" your. recent Thank you''for.. UM 'editorial I' In in*

{ :. ec .. the riurofld i track' 'Just northyof .,"been;'ed.itoiaJ."ItlaYI::: trying;t to s say' ctl"Journalists what I have Telegraph relating to*protecting Florida's
.. Lawtey pmbably oa the way to its', 'thr'oltiZh' +'WetlandsWith \ } ,
l ', ', ', ut America You arp among: the regard to' Santa Fe't
winter Mara txw''that fa ',1s 'ap!" i 'fethus protecting ibm
.' 'Wh".'. 'your advice, mike It brfef" Horace ,. far to discern the to It t I and
t' It. proaching.M I. '/ .. ":-1 the current : neeq" ,:\o. !;Swamp will assist wherever I cant.
'", ,' ale, \ beyond:: .polls "WTO hajWto wwk'wlth Rep..Frank
.' < t' r>1'4 / &E1& I -Ti / f- ?*. '.-
..4-; ,,', \ .u"'I.' The ,sn8II p ,wa's s'p"oitsQSty wal'1Ntl t1, 'Williams. on any legislation that.may bs
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t carry :tawwywho" reaardaJt
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weather but only,on. in foul '' Ambrose. Ri. <-* ",.'* '.. proacbecteltlMenougbtobeatittnUie"7' r,II'. I '" I l'W'; 'J 0l fig' CuJutci
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vganberrl*; mwrtK; a-rf grapevines* 'I "

i!#i,.:"', I'P which is Kwnfor harboring rattlers.: ,
One has (wen seen. ,in the'area that is ,
'even larger tIMto the I

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l ftlJeJq tucker qnd Steven Edmonds MgriyjAug... 27 in First .Baptisf.. Church .. 1/" r: ."" ,

: 1 1 1 ,' '' i'JOBH1' f /. i i I -ql\ 1 -Ii it j}" '::11. '
Miss/ Pamela Kay Tucker,daogbterof Wayne Reed ,dioti I tors j 1 ,i \1, f
Mr: and Mrs! Neil! Tucker>, of : Michael Gentry, Kevin'MacFarland ;e rsi rink on: gold cbaln asa centered with a silver punch bowl. .
and Bruce Tucker. Chris
necklace. Her The table in the Sunroom was
Steven finger tip Illusion veil
tarkei and Stanley Edmonds: Walnwright
of Jacksonville was ring-bearer. was attached to a Venice lacecap and covered with a white lace AI'I
Mr. and Mrs.
of
son Nancy Hildreth I
William Edmonda of Norfolk, Va.. honor. attendedCbist of edged by scallops tiny seed my/Navy cloth and held a large
e, pearls. She carried a: pops epergne arrangement of mixed summer
at design
7 were united In marriage August 27 Torode, Reba Green, Neale Brothers; bouquet of white pbal f orchids, flowers la the !bride's>> chosen colAssisting -
In the First Church Karen
' p.m. Baptist Blitchlngton and Renee Ed- white
cymbidium ,orchids, white ors. .
with Ben thenuptials. monds. .1
Rev.
Bryant performing ;
atm The ( roses,, pink, sweetheart roses \liptospernura iii lleJ'viogand; caring for
maid of honor and
" bridesmaids
and baby's breath: the guests were Mrs. L.E. Andrews,
The choir loft centered f with to
'at { arch was chose sheer sleeveless gowns In A reception was held In the Starke Mrs. Bobby Biggs Mr*. Harold Farnsworth -
> Candelabra flanked two spiral
by :,Sweet-Pea with spaghetti straps and Woman's Club where potted plants Mrs.rHarry Gruen Mrs.
'011 loft candelabras.held The upper candelabras.TWb corners of the soft side drape with' floor length and fresh flower arrangements were William Haas. Mrs. T.(;.Hazen, Mrs.
two heart skirts./ They 'all carried a content"porary placed. at vantage points.. Mark Hodges, Mrs.Linda Johns, Mrs.
large urn arrangements of gladiolus cascade design 'nrf miniature '
+ 'daisies !! Mrs. Joan Chitty and Mrs. 'J.E. Donald Kelly, Mrs.Dewey McKinney
101"be .e.., F daisies,,iris baby and I carnations breath In gerber mixed (FdafssIesoand enchantment' lilies mlxed'summer iris( Hardy greeted the guests at the door. Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. Marion
, *11 summer colors decorated chancel baby's breath in Mrs.Len Moore kept the bride's book. Payne, Mrs. S.L. Peck, Mrs. Drew
to the colors. The bride's table was covered with. Reddish,. Mrs. George tobgr.is ,and.
floor
area. Tree candelabras the
lie 4, Tiffany Green flower '
r was girl. a white lace Army/Navy cloth over a Mrs. Dee Rutledge.
level and ficua trees placed at, dif-1' Linda
Jt. Johns directed the wedding.,
peach flounce and centered with a The couple is residing in Jackson
, ferent vantage points finished out the The bride, given hi marriage by her ..Uuree-tiered wedding cake'encircled ville. ,
lOne ed decora OlllJ.'A large epergne of mix! lather; chases white sheer organza' by three ,dove topped side cakes. ,, The bride'graduated"from>:.Bradford;
summer flowers decorated the. 1 gown fashioned with a high! neck and Fresh flowers topped the cake and High School, and Florida Junior Col-
r table In the church foyer, ; \ :&' ''a sheer off-the-choulder! fook,-with a separatorlevel.. lege and IS employed by Dri'Bruce
Presenting a program of nuptial fitted bodice of Venice lace appliques :flowers encircled' the 'base. cutting Kanehl as a dental hygienist. .
ryr, t ti music were Mrs. Mona Canova and tiny seed pearls and full bishop the cake ,were'' Mrs. LUlie Bridges' The groom graduated( from Norfolk
'and organist Dr. Swan! Napier pianist sleeves. The full skirt fell from the' Mr.;;Leila Mundy Mrs. Russell Norman Christian School: and Virginia Tech,
Mrs. .Wayne.ReedJsoIGilst1l;' i waist into a chapel length train and Mrs. T.H. Slade. .. Blacksburg. Va. He is attending the
;f WWlam'Edmo.-serted. as' beat bordered by a, chantilly lace ruffled .The punch table was covered With a'lace University of North Florida and Isemployed
man Usher ''wore )pave pritten, flounce. She wore, .her great .grand21 -, cloth over a, peach flounce and i: by Irvington-Mo:
i ; w2' ta t 4 .a .
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I h Enri hme'n. #" Etbgrams ..at. ,Mothodistt'Church: : : .

V "fif I a .

1 :The Marri ge. Enrichment Seines at 6 p.m.' These two special programs
I begins this coming Sunday. Sept; 18. are for all children of the community 17 classes Including five adult cla'j
at 7:30 p.m.at First United MetllojJlstChurch who are In Grades 112. This The church is now beginning a band. .
'' special national Includes Any youth or adult that plays an Instrument :J
'This special week series I Includes dinner, choir rehearsals program Bible study Is encouraged to attend.Led
films by the Rev. O. Dean' Martin and fellowship time. Registration la by..J1m Peronto, they will be rehears-i 1

'11, from Gainesville' and discussion' 'limited and any parent In the com- evenings73o8:3oDue : ,
There will be a nursery for each.sea t munity should call the church office, :. "I i i

< '. ton. The Senior High Youth (Grades (964-6864) to register .their, child or to growth the church is returning .' % ,
10-12) will be watching the series at epTiie '
JdCI >' rf't; ..t 'youth.. to,two worship services Sunday
\ I ,. ,, i' k R ; : Children Cfub'anci Youth Club. TbeSundaySchoolprogramhasex- morning. They will be at 9:OO a.m.
panded to include classes now being and lluo with nurseries
: a.m.
provid-
'
., will begin Wednesday evening,Sept. 1,. held In the Woman's Club. There are 1 ed at each service. Mr. & Mrs David Hodge ;
Mr.and Mr*. Steven Edmends. }, I '

S h .., ,-. I "J. r'I, QUESTION: .

.
l lVI ". '. .. .' ""I Cv'eryonecorres:/ some
.
VIe Items .pf' 'InterestSt. ." ..;,. ''|fype Insurances. w long
''has there been /
I rjslJrance'"CfJvolloben
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Mark's Annual Brown Family Reunion. Janice:Thornton. '.., / the U.S.A.?
'
I, '. Arts & Crafts Festival l 'Sun., ,Sept.,25' ,Joe Thagard The Social Side ANSWER:' .

D.esrnb.r: 10: : ,-.riecenciarits' :Jaspar and''Lou 'Married July 22' ** In 1721, the first 'self-
e \ I .
I; .
.. a Brown will hold their annual family 1: -/ ,
u '' The{Third Annual 'Arts, *: Crafts reunion! Sunday,Sept:23 beginning at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Thornton of, 'proclaimed Insurance a-
Festival will be held on Saturday, lip.m, at Doll and Sylvia' Brown's i Starke wish to announce the marriage' Gladys Mooty Of The'i i gent was John'Copson of

i I.a i Dec. 10, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.at St.. home, SR 225, west of Lawtey.\ ,of their daughter, Janice Lynn Thorn- Philadelphia with a newspaper
9 Mark's'Episcopal Church grounds, Members and guests are reminded. ton, to Norman Joseph Thagard, son
a tr Church, Jackson and Water Streets In to bring a covered dish for the loin 'of Mr. and Mrs. N.C. Thagard of i Society Editor announcement that
Starke. This festival, previously held cheon.'.for more information, call Jacksonville. The wedding took- place" r he would insure 'Vessels,
in November and December 1981 and 782-3978. July 22 at Folkston Ga. 964-7608 News goods and merchandise."
1982 be Mrs. Tha and was a 1981 graduate''of 0
to wonderful
proved a shopping There have been thou-
Bradford Scbool..She is 9 "
High : currently' -
and '
browsing experience for'the
visitors and profitable for the artists. "l'ammy Dyoll <. employed at Riverside sands of Insurance'com',
interested artists/artisans should 'Robert Winn Jr. Hospital In Jacksonville. ponies and agents' follow'
Mr. Thagard was a 1979 graduate of ,
In
Church apply writing P.O. Box St. Mark's 487, Starke Episcopal,. Fl :Engagement Told Edward H. White High School in ,. Freda ,H. .Grlffis, Senior citizen of Copson.them.In We fact'can we are one
Jacksonville and attended In ,
: one year r. : still help
32001, or call 964-6126 (8:30 a.m. til Mr. and Mrs. C. Dyaj Jr. Luncheon "
George Sept. 22
,. Lake City Community College. He la*; Bobby Taylor, with 'vessels
12:30p.m..Space are imated ,you your ,.
approx
would like'' to announce the'
engage r '
employed by Benton Brothers Film ]
,*.. 30Aq'U2u.ApplieailonashouIdbese-\ merlt.otrtbetr"IIIIUKhtel ",-Tammies .,iJ Worried Aug.. 28 A11'senlor'cWzenaare\ goodnerchandise.; "'.. IrvfficfW :
: ) 1xpre!: la .In Jacksonville where//the ; ;1 nvttbdh! k/{
"2IIpaDledlb43.(1O.' entry ifeei Ahoutw1Joealrrimspeaes CJhJItatt.lne)t. obn'RobertJ,Winft Jr.a 1"eouplejare,now .' : .r.-*" "' fit&iEHrVl.tUT v ft .'' Covered.'dtehiriuncheon Thursday 1'1 can 'cover'plf youft d.
( ehutclr prbperty'Trontd'mfthree'city+ore avMlabie'sdneelxhc "1AIn'UIt titrq L 8dtMI"IDRtleJ'CJtI..ahlJBuUer.andJobn Robert Winn Sri: of{( tov ,- +I ?residing., ,, J:'''FTtyl rSSf4rlteJ,, ,er'e'(' ',h.lted'' 1ai rtfsePtll 22J..a"noon[at the-Methodisi. heed: ''See''W fodoy, "or ,

streets. Lake City. Did you Know.,......,... vi ,marriage! Saturday,Aug.28 at Crosby Fellowship Hall. cone by. We want to serve
Deadline for entry applications Is The wedding will take place In the Lake. .
November 23, 1983. Emmanuel Missionary, Baptist i Graduating from the University,of f Mrs. Griffis Ia' employed at AScSIAgricuiture FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO
'Florida,summer semester were John'Anthony you.HODGES
: Stabilization
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Church at New River ,. : .
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Young a degree;
A December wedding U being plan
and Teresa Devore Patterson with Coun-ty
ned. All friends and relatives of the a Pastor George Watson and
BHS Class of 34
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I couple are Invited to attend. MED degree. The Congregation Invites You to Insurance Agency
,.'.Planning Reunion," .", No invitations. being sent. Come and Worship With Us .: '
Sunday School. . ". .v. .. 10 MMonMH 964-4571
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All former members of BHS class of Girls I Invited I; WwiMy 4. 17th
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, 34 are invited to attend a planning .,' WsdnusdayWenM + ,. ... 101A Edwards Road,
I.'. To Jol,. Pixies j .'v. .'. '7:30:
. 'meeting for a 80-year Class: reunion on J .
"It Wednesday,'Sept..'21 "as 6 : at '
p.m. JOHN ETCHART
I....'Western Steer louse 'Girls 7th-12th graders are invited to ,
-1, I"" Steak '.. : share their love by Joining the Pixies Sales' Consultant
(904)( ) 378-1286 Enrichment
1 11$" of Whispering Pines Ore Center. Marriage Series
t ,?... (formerly Starke Nursing Home).,
Pixies are a groupof.girls who' "Your. Sunday Evenings 7:30: p.m.
-;, ;ADK Alpha Gamma come to the nursing home Monday,.

e 9 Ha..M.mb.r.hlp..Program:: ''Tuesday! and/or 'Thursday afteix I SEPTEMBER 18 OCTOBER 23
BUSIn
., ,noons from 3 'to 5 p.m.. They read to ss'
Alpha Gamma Chapter of residents, talk with them. listen to. 1 featuring
Alpha
Delta Kappa met Septa 13 In St. them, play games, help with parties 7 B a1th Care Need Is Rev. O.J Dean Martin Marriage Series
Mark's Episcopal Parish House. .(birthdays and holidays). special '
events, arts and crafts and be,their B sines&' The Little' You"
Laurie,.MuUlns ,presented-:'a,.program : :MyOilly Including: "Raising
on sorority membership'The"* friend. ; 1 .. '-The:20-Year Itch"

participation program stressed and involvement the importance of the of '1 ear The will organizational he held Monday meeting Sept.for 26.this at, I .., ,' .c', I do one thing and I"do i it righ So put me to .. "Keeping A Good Thing Going'

members in a sorority. ;7 p.m. at the nursing home,BOS S. Col-.. ,. ; : "s ',7 work for your'company and get the expcr- .- and more

Hostesses for the evening were ley Road, across from' Southside : .' tisc of,health care specialists for your companyTj -' ,
Janet Gunning, Thelma, Thornton anon, Elementary School. Also needed Is an i j' individual needs,. plus the security FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
adult, Who would like to volunteer her
Kathy Norman.! services; *..' a. coordinator for this. .a solid insurance company--Blue Cross and .Walnutbnd: Jefferson. -, Nursery Provided

group of glris.c For further informs \. Blue Shield of Florida.

Membership"DrWe \ 4ion,contact Beverly McGee,Activity. : 'if'--it; i') Give, trie'a can today'and company .,.v I
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Coordinator ,9G4- 220 or 8tK- a33, : '. :
Termed 'A Success after .: ) M;can: start'enjoying complete health care pro'tectiontomorrowfromBlueOossandBIue-
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all titi Many'thanks' to ali who Joined the I. \". Shield of Florida l Blue Cross The .Birthday, Place

111nt at a.<' "f'Friends of the Library during their REVIVAL, :\ .. r ,the health care Blue_ShIeld I

artis 2m-m-;{''annual(.year's. campaign> membership was one i drive.of the: most.This ruB>Gospel Community Center >i I."'., }," .", ". specialists.1" i t.: T '"' A great birthday starts at our store! YouH find' i iI
the M101 NMd N Oralftld1N.1/ .\.> 'o' ," .
hehe Mil ad :successful uVFrtends.1 will ever be* Funds used to raised supplement by Slp"mbef. '12 I' '::11",' ',,.1 t.. f.'f:; ;': ;:'W i: ,.;". ... rf p> '' L. .IUe; ACLi> serLobk. '. ;, I :everything you heed to make the celebration
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the library'l book: budget next year. .'(7:45 pjn. ,. !t"t..'' '4'. If...... At.Bios Cross and Blue: SUeOd of Florida. ., extraspecialHallmark cards decorations,, ,
Support 01 the"Frienda 01. the "I ) ,I',... 1 ,.I. ,' 'I ,,
sot: ''iJbrary,:: ;taanlzatlon by WdJVidualaCf.J'j EvaipeYalt Joni. $oxandsr":" :. .' \' ''' 'part/ware,gift wrap and even candles for the
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Karen Crawford and: ,DQug has .raw'ford.Wed. ; AU: :

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ttnfBaptiat;Church Was tl te. '. sister M honor attendant. She wore a briars sleeves'withaccents or pearU Presiding at'the'pandh table were
setting for the marriage of Karen Sue full -Hour" length gown, oC< ,misty- on the sleeves and bodice, From the Paulln' Tanner, !lancfra.{! Duncan,
Crawford daughter of Mr.,and Mrs. mauve taffeta. Southern Belle effect fitted waist,the skirt flowed into ,* Vicki McKlnney and PatsyLawson,
Neil Crawford. Starke, to" ,Van was taken with. double, ruffle chapel train with scallops forming the The wedding was erected by.Mrs.
Douglas Crawford of Gainesville, son worn off the shoulder.. ..The fitted bottom of the skirt.The three-layered Virginia Darby. Keith A.,Duncan and
of Mr.and Mrs; : Earl Crawford.of: waistline was--'accented with a ,wide veil,was.scailoped at the bottoms She Holly Hatclwr handed out,rice bags.
Kingsley Lake?.on ,T:30 sash and she wore deep! purple ribbon ,' carried.a formal cascade bouquet!of Miss Lori. M Klnney provided
p.m..with Rev. No ;Auger performing around. her neck .matching .the white# ,,rose, .stephanotis, baby's beautiful'piatw, music during, the
the nuptials. : In ..She wurTbeattendantsDisei baby' breath and;mtxe C 1onage. A white reception. ;j'/ \fiu: I : :
wreath
Presenting a .program .o(. nuptial, In heft!bate 'J csUleya orchid:was attached to its Ann.Pierce i and IjamberlyPtorce,
music were Joann Canova. organist. Crawford.. ;center to provide going way cor-, cousins of the.bride, kept the.bride's,
Cindy Canova, pianist. Kevin Neel the bride's fsister. and T.mmYIt-,, sage. Strands of pearls were;worked: book. Assisting were Batty AUen.Linda ,
t and Paula Dee Carter, soloists Baldree were attired similar to the ;through the length and.design for a'' Johns, Katherine Tucker,and Sandra
i ,4a/ a t1 The choir loft was centered with si honor attemlants,except .their .wore draping-effect. She.carried a :lace Reddish. Mae Hatcher;directed
/ 'heart shaped candelabra flanked by .mauve ribbons around pecks handkerchief that was also carried by' the reception. ;I" ; ,
.'" 'candelabras, On the matching the ribbons, in .their.. fans. her mother when she was married. Following a, wadding trip:to the
chance level were two standing ar They all wore that In colors matching A reception was held in the church' Smoky Mountains,. Chattanooga, and,
Waif" rangements gladiolus, carnations their dresses extended from their Fellowshlo Hall. Gatllnburg Tenn and Cherokee,N.C.
.I a s. t. s mums and pompoms In shades of hands up on their arms ending in a' The bride's table was covered with the couple is residing In.Gainesville!
lavender and white. A garland of,, *' a white lace cloth accented with soid''ae1'Vin The bride to a 1979 graduate of
greenery draped the chancel rail tndr!.e Thee maid' of honor carried Vwhlte'Uce ; pieces ,In the center of the Bradford High School ana I,presently
two tree candelabras were placed at;. fan with a 4lMCadlnI.1IIt bouquet! table\ WAp.a three-tiered bride's cake employed at Nationwide,Mutual. Insurance
different'vantage points to.rent :';. of orchids/Ullex and gvpsophaU.,TM. !.. made by Mrs. Chris Wilson. Cutting Co. in Gainesville. :
depth, ,%<; i!I attendants: tarried similar lace fans: the cakewere, Sue Crawford and Ton The groom II presently 'attending.the
Earl Crawford attended Us. koq aal 1( ;. with'flowers-wlW isllghtly'''-different1 ,Crawford (,"oom's)4:,Geraldine University of JJ'lotida.maJorllUl: in
best ''man. Ushers were,.*.,Randall color accents than the maid of honor. Lewis.and Tongy Hodges.(bride's). mechanical engineering and la also
Crawford,, Broderick Crawford-the: ,!;; )Tbe.bride'given m marriage by her .The'groom's' table, was.+ :"centered working at DuPont on the,eoorativ9education :
I groom's brothers IndUCfI.ln; :, father wore a lovely traditional gown with'la: chocolake cake; Grapes program. ,' /'
Crawford the 12 year old brother at* of chantilly lace;with( matching .overflowed 'lit'crystal compotes on Wedding souveniers were, agn>itddbMrs. +
LA 1 ; .r !- 'I is the bride, who ushered his mother! ( waits.length Veil accented with band ..:;either side of.the cake! Gold candles Martha yelesepiez'.of' Orang
the church for the : 1 sewn pearls aDd'aequlu/'I'tid' 'In holders and idove-
:? i 'to ceremony:v tf ; owes "gold : figurines Park and were'passed 'out sly, .
: t Virginia: Crawford; attended,. ..' ':featured a hlRh: :nedOlne(,andTyio-- .,- also enhanced' the'groom's' table. Lewis and Maria Reddish\ !,, ,; ;,.

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Hospital' t Auxiliary; ,i I radord,4unty,! Old You f: noW)),..,.,,j.nV. ,II. :
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To MiN,$*.j.t.' '. 19 SonkoVCiffzoniClyb: Mrs. Herbert ThOinadepr'e siented

BIRTHS : A3y Bradford' Hospfui r Members of the club were surprisedand the W.T. Weeks chapter the UD.C.
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Auxiliary will good donation .
have happy to receive a ..-ealdents"Counctlluncbeon meeting
a dlmier-meeting Monday. Sept from Sam' ,'this was given Friday:' '
Jacksonville
McGarvey Jn
on
Steak.1, .t House'.30 p.nUs.:';;c?:F"t r,Westent. !.'Stew1- ; ; '. ''hi memory of his friend:Joe Ker- .. :' : ::
rigan.I Jos was president.of" the club Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand
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Mr.: and Mr*.Douglas Crawford ( Birl 5tichaels;-director of'AthleUc, for several :. two daughters of Ormond Beach
"' Fitness ,
Joshua Ryu ftlckar- Center of the. hospital. ,will, "be .i' Friends and %'Isilors'are-Invited to visited Mr. and Mrs.:J.D.: Seymour.on
: guest speaker. > will be '
: .. the next meeting Sept. 20. It a Sunday.. '
BHS Class df 1937 of covered.dish: dinner,at noon. "
Scott and Cathy Hicks Starke an- .' : t"i i
'nounce the'birth:. of a son, Joshua ,e, ; .
''Ryan-bora 'Aug. 25 In Alachua i {K.J I yStarks '
Has 46th Reunion I. General Hospital, Gainesville. He .j;. ; :.:>: > Deniiis '. ""
: El.mbrofafyy' > J r. Connaughton
,. .. joins a brother Robert Scott Hides. j" .
,.; f,. .' ;. \Paternal grandparents...Mr. and To Host Open .Hous1 .' '.' (Associated with Dr.. Harry Gruen)' ;, "
Mrs. Higginbotham. .
Bobby Maternal .
Fifteen members the BHS class Noegel of Ocalat'from; Starke-Lols .-' --1#s.-i; :tStarke' "
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of 1937 gathered at the home of class Moore Cox, Lois Judd Bennett, man grandparents L. Schoenlng are Mr.Sr.and of Mn Starke.:U.'. Elementary School will host:. .. now Announces. .. ., ; .
member Bill Powell on Wilson Road Eulamae Dyal Smith Myrtice KI1I- Great and an Open House 'Tuesday; Sept 20,'. i ,'. '
grandparents are Mr. Mrs.v "
Saturday night for their 46th reunion. ingsworth Dennis. S.G-'Denmark 1 beginning tt 7:30 Pmf:'Jr' .' .t. : '.
Charles S. Jenkbw and Mr.:and Mrs: } ; "l: VENING"DENTAL SERVICES'TuesdayThursday :
Members attending Irene Virginia Darby and Bill Powell. Principal"Charles' M. Thomas '
were .
all of Starke and and
'Henman. Air and > I' ." ,
David, Blaha of Graham Albert Mr. Powell cooked the chicken and Mrs. Norman ,,. of faculty and staff urge aU parents y' '
Kruse of Costa Rica Ireta Saxon ,beef for,the covered. !dish supper. Jackson Michigan.F.lrcbild'jS. !, other. Interested persons to' attend. : .G-9' PPI .
Garofolo of Apopka,Artford Brown of + "';! l .' II .. -
Sanford Delores Bloodworth Civils of filled- The with evening memory from and J to reminiscing 9 p.m. ,was '. .. ;. :,..,i l' 459 W* Call 964-'5152IFIT1HASTO .-, .,'
Raiford Chester Moody of Keystone -
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for the 25 attending which included --
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Heights Martile Hemmingway Alex- .
husbands and wives.' bancers ...:
ander of Jacksonville and Roswell ., Square v.

r To Meet,Tonight,

To ReorganizeThe 'PHONES'" ;

Did You Know Strawberry Swingers, local WVr.1 JLJra, j,

square dance group, will host an '
Fr. Arthur Lee, Mrs.' David Cottle organizational meeting for the com*.' :* XONUSPERSONTOPERSm
Mrs. H.T. Smith of Melrose, mother' Mrs. Flossie Prescott Mrs. Ilse Grtf- ing year and a dance tonight (Thurs-tJ,; unR
of X.M. Smith of Starke, Is a patient In'North fis, Mrs. Terry Rleske and Mrs. day Sept. 1&) at 8 p.m. at the Starke V .. .
Florida Regional- Hospital- with' Herbert / St.MarVs Masonic..Lodge at, East Can ,and '" ;i' J Xt'S'VwhQlehewway the easy instructions.. you can even say-hello to -- .
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a brbkeoyliipZ ,. J ; ..-..wMe at a Convocation meeting at Orange StreeU.all ;; ; CTSaJcanahustMwith.l A And that ( o&e :.tI.'I/I1""d to
saves Wr
Seginnevsr.tovane.-stembersr ; : you.M&kev
\/ J!Christ Cburehr Cedar-1.y-on-Satua-- --- "J\' nnsq 'litnU "
:*said Mrs.-bob !rJtfggfns''1aly' ; :.. tom mon IIiIBi'.d.': i whatri ,,,
t: currentStrawberry Swingers are yp. pbon 3t my.urr ';;) : ;)' ; vhenf No matter hllW
Virginia Beach Va. are spending this ,
Invited to the organizational'dance.: '
week with his mother Mrs. One Wig. Mrs. Janet Turner. of Starke and Caller will be Jim Duncan, principal .; shopping for all your you call on US you don't- phone you'reJookingioiLtelephonerieeds. '

gins. daughter Miss Kay Turner of 'of Bradford High School, who In recent Pay your have to pay us to,call you're sure to find the .

Jacksonville were weekend guests of years has been acquiring ex-. phone bill 'or select a new extension of
Burge Searing of Atlanta visited his Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiVito at Royal perience as a square dance caller. on you. perfect your
mother,Mrs. Earl B. Searing over the' Palm Beach and attended the bap.. Those .tteldinl.will plan dances phone from-a wide So come to the Phone personality. _....

weekend. Clam of John Robert DiVito Saturdayat and classes for the coming year. jf' yarjely,of models, Fair. Look us over.You'll I" 'f" .vM.dfpp
Conception Church. If unable to attend contact Club ,
Clare Ruckdeschel of'Michigan President Curtis Edwards,; phone aou can even pick up find we have a lot to talk A10ri '

State University E. Lansing, Mich.. Mr*. Harry Bennett of Jacksonville -' 473-3695, or Secretary-Treasurer Norman phone here take it about.. From decorator de- .
is home on two weeks break .before Mrs. Dorothy Combs of Redding : ., your 1'IiIr-
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the fall semester Interest homeland install it signs to replicas of some .
Kinasley Lake and Mrs. Louella If sufficient is shown the ,r your- Wl'VEGeT1BI'I.

lien LeBlanc of New Orleans were Mon- Strawberry Swingers will again plan self.Well give you all antique classics.Why. '" f!
s. WHGLE 1'8'MI 'W.KD(
Mr. and George Hugglns spent :'day luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. regular dances. But, In consideration ".
Tuesday to ''Sunday with their' Fred Bennett, Sr. pf the caller the club will not begin $.r:; %% ,; \ \->,,':>1, : ; 11'.i! :"
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. dances and classes. without sufficient 1 1 r.-, 44YMEt4TtY ,, "f"'$ 'f. .,, -..' ." ...
Oler Crosby in Ft. Myers.. Sept. 6 Duplicate' Bridge Club Interest. ..'",1.. ; r.. ,, -." ,,- ,

results were: Arst-Lucile Green and ,.., .
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Dr. Rob Underill of Palm Bay and Marjorie Thomson, second-Jack and ." .
David Underill of Indialantic spent .Anthony u. Jones.
Louise Burnett and third-Evelyn Grif- ,,' :" I."'
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the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J.H.. fin and Ruth Mertte. Completes Language Course 'f'l :

Moncrief. Mr. and Mrs. Michael White of Airman 1st Class Anthony D..JOMS, 41 Y 4 .' : .' It

Mr, and Mrs. C.L.Cooper of Starke Atlanta spent the weekend with hisparents ion of Laura: Jones of Keystone '4 W _. t'\jflj, ._ : _i 4'..
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and relatives Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White. Heights; has 'completed a. Koreanlanguage i ...
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Cooper of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. course at the -Defense 'k ;

Kuhlman Judah of Chiefland Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Sapp jr: .. Language Institute Presidio of L.. .' ...' ..,.., ,
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Gladys Dean of Old Town and Mr.and Labor weekend Monterey Calif. : r.r .
of d .
as Day t ,
Mrs. Cecil Cooper of Durham, N.C. Lawteyh Sapp's brother Sgt. Classes,which consist ofaix to eight .c s' "y J

were on a camping vacation for three Lewis; Brown, wife, Cheryl-son. Andy students, offer six hours of intensive ,-
weeks at Hart Springs near Trenton... and daughter, Jenny from Fort spoken language instruction daily. ,
Hood, Texas. Mr. Brown returned to, ".Airman Jones |$ a 1979 graduate of ..
Fort Hood Tuesday for duty while his 'Keystone Heights Junior Senior High.
Mrs. J.H. Fields spent last week I
School. f'
wife and children remained for an ex-
with Baldwin.her sister.,Mrs.. Emma Tanner in tended visit. -- j.

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Mrs. Joule'Thagard:
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Shower Honor* i

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A bridal shower was given for Mrs. Tender.Bite Size, !

Janice Thagard daughter of Mr. and '' j ?
Mrs.Joe Thornton at the home of Mr. rirripPinner 1

and Mrs. Ronnie Whltehead on .Sept. Fadetcioiebbee edwd x
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Gifts were presented to the bride, ti *l.d.lwMrtptoasal ei 1 a
C1a.nch ais,oohslaw. !
games were played and refreshments 1I
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were enjoyed by 30 In attendance.The eociaos.auo.and I "
centerpiece and other, decorationswere l.ewnw.dp.. 1 i
In lavender and white. ,
The shower was given by Mrs.Ronnie Y c.. z. A n
Whitehead Mrs. Ed Moatoy Mrs. I II .I {

John Manning. Mrs.. Leslie I k
Whitehead, Mrs. A.B. Whitehead.Jr.; I I aYi'
Mrs. Dean .Bennett and .Mrs. Jack 1 I<.
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The airman a 1983 graduate of, :'Mondar ancI1'UaedGy AI Day SpecIal, $3 .4ft I
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'.,,. phone 48M344.Julie : ., In' Starke last Saturday afternoon: f Tom LiFeeves'wdtlPrls+jdd Starke were visiting their sister, Mrs. Brooker students("are' '.lng'la : over the course of the school I
Robinson Celebrates Mrs,Hazel Crosby of Stake Susue. he and his wife,Gene arrived at their Ether RullI .'one day last week. reading supplement culled Chicago ''year. Staff members are excited ,
5th Birthday' and Reita Crosby of Brooker enjoyed daughters'' homer the Johd'V \\lVtr 'Mr. 'and Mrs. Sam Crutchfield enJoyed Mastery Learning to students about the Chicago Mastery Learning : I
Little Julie Robinson of Brooker en a,trip down to Ocala Sunday afternoon 'In Lacrosse; Sunday'Sept!. 4;'to titleall .a fun weekend trip by motorcy sharpen basic reading skills,Chicago system and anticipate big things from
.toyed her fifth birthday with to attend a surprise shower six of the children and ono grdAa- tie to Safety Harbor, Punta Gorda Mastery Learning ,concentrates on p1 leIr students.
group I
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of,'her'friends 'at the homed'' 'her honoring the Hugh Crosby's child 'was- present 1rt helrf. LfeFee. ., 'f.celebr..te .. 'Wauchula' to visit friends and word attack and reading( comprehensive
\ '11. PTA Set
daughter Valerie Ms birthday.r Meeting
Crosby, bride-elect relatives last weekend. skills necessary for successful ,
i M enter,the Joe Robinson's recently.A '
strawberry shortcake theme' for of Ron Sukon.The shower a complete Mr. and loin: Barry'byal; 3t. Iftd; Mr.: and Mrt. Edwin Prevail and reading experiences for elementary Tuesday, Stop' 20 "
decorations was used throughout theparty' surprise, was held at the Yukon home Steve enjoyed several day'vaculloh- daughters s of Clearmont were the recent students in grades KBrooker The first PTA meeting and Halloween i
at Silver Springs Shores. sight seeing.1# and' art hI Carnival planning session Is
luncheon guests of her mother students work on Chicago Mustcry
prizes area.won Games Standee were Lewis.Julie played and of Bingo were Severalgames Wittier, N.C.'recently!',They-Uao' Mrs.'Lj+dia Crosby: Learning skills the first hour of each scheduled for next Tuesday night
by prize winners visited the Nate family'while ''Mr Sept. 20, at 7:30: p.m. at Brooker
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Robinson and David Prescott. After presenting their prizes Dyal and Mi* J C. Keene enjoyed day. Students then move into their
Julie 'opened her to the honorees. A buffet of cold cuts, there. '*' >"** the Blue Grass festivities held at St. reading groups and apply the skills Elementary. Parents and staff i i
refreshments served many'gUt.to the salads and desserts of cake and ice ,-recerit vicatlon"We George,tia. recently. they have learned: In' their daily members are urged to attend and get ;
were 18 cream was enjoyed by the Joe Robinson attended-the AlUWta reading Into the swing of a new school year : ;
In the late many'guests. ;rooter groups. '
guests present. afternoon ;T School and the
carnival
the Robinson family The Crosby-Sufcon wedding Braves game Irt Atlanta: HI News.. If Chicago Mastery Learning la successful upcoming Halloween
backyard cookout to climax enjoyed the day.a will be a Saturday,,Sept. 17 event in Mr, and Mrs. 'Thermort! 'JOntatfit ..jtJeVti("Reading Supplement. for Brooker students, reading planned for Saturday. Oct. 29. .

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lUverland 'I 'L..atl I
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The' Rlverland Music Club, a AMERICAS FAMILY D ; i '
member of the Florida Federation of
Music Clubs held their first meetingof
the season at the home of Mrs.Mamie Need prescription refills?
Jo Douglas In Lake Butler :
Thursday,Sept. 8:Mrs.Dene Ward of 'il Phone ahead
to time. Just
cake' Butler an accomplished ,7 save give us
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pianist, gave a lecture on "Evolution trI-; name doctor's
your
your name -
of, the Classical. Sonata" and then prescription i

presented a program with demonstrations a :W't l r\I\ number and the, time you plan (
of several sonatas on the piano. '
At this meeting;Mrs. Drew Andrews, y ''N to be ,In our pharmacy.
a new member,.was welcomed into
the club. Plans were discussed con-
cerning the publication of the club'
cookbook which will be available for
sale to the public by November of this .
year. The next regular meeting! will SUAVE Of COKE DlETf .
be,held 'at the.home of Mrs. Vera ,.....l ,. j jD
Clyatt .mlAke; Butler planned, for 05 COKE orSPRITE ..rRA ;Ea.t
,
sometime in October., Following the ,
meeting, the ladies enjoyed a covered SHAMPOO p !
dish luncheon served the tvcz.SttMf er1SSZ. t ill1 T''
by. hostess.; NSTYMS ttrra !
News. ,
Chttti. ch' ,
.i-.rile Rev. Archie Smith of Brooker
will be guest speaker at the Praised SCH9CK
Christian Assembly Church In

Graham Sunday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m.Refreshment I SUPER JL limit 2 PUREX DURACELL 9VQLTBATTERIES
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will be Served at the
lose of the meeting and the public is Limit 2 ., CARTRIDGES LAUNDRY DETERGENT
Invited: to come hear Rev,',Smithspeak tr twt a t. A, ,r Mca M t
the church is located north of ..
md, 9 sq t raw-rases-t
Highway '18, on, SW 71st Street. in, Wis. Limit 1 279 ast sere
Graham. >
: The Adult' Sunday' school class of,
New River Baptist Church, 10 strong,
fmotored,!OVer to"Corkey'' Bells
Restaurant on Trout'River'south of, '
Green Cove Spring for an afternoon of MISSBRECK l PROCTOR-SILEX AqTO-DR"
ifellowshlp ;and, .food on Saturday: ,-> ;; i n.ilu PEDESTAL MR. MEAT SMOKER COFFEEMAKER .; I
4. HAIR SPRAY JTA41U!..*.: ."
r ep .HZ.."N' HIBACHI SMOKER wits tnnu ,

Personals... GRILL GRILL 2:83;
"Mn, and Mrs: 'Allen Crews and' 129. 'I" wttftnuMO K*.471-4 i
children enjoyed,, a' fish fry at the .TOOl use* --3.00:/;:

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DATRIL .
;by Elizabeth Terry e. .,MULTI/ =PO ITiaN Stev-cool prtdprips.wooden side ways. MIRROR

.!.i i'" .phone 7824300" ,: 19 = ', s.EI; door. ton .i. IT.SS. O o
PERSONALS: .N A WITH SKCIM.afSATt enir AL iievUtnlt -'

Mr. and Mrs.Billy King and farotly I 1. ,l ,WOather-res atasts .. I 13.88 aI
of Jacksonville spent Labor Day with, ,LtA s
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i their parentsJi15lr.-'and"Mr of U BLUi
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and Mrs. Ed Ward went to, MOUTHWASH, 'SNEER' -
Georgetown,' S.C. for Labor Day 1 COLIt COLLECTION II,t' FERTILIZER NORTHERN MIST ft
weekend to visit their father. 219 n' t.oz 47 *", SYSTEM/ DRY HAIRSETTEI
Friends of Mrs. Mildred Lockhartare ware "' 99
happy to report that she is much Works through
improved and if she continues to improve Limit 1 any sprinkler
they plan to take her out of Immediate system. _
CARPET' FRESH
care and put her in a private J
'-w- pUp g, ROOM BURGESS:
room.
Col. William'Wilson's sister Mrs. R Y QIL ,DEOOOWZER NORELCO SPEEDRAZORt
Erda Wilson,will spend a month with IIEPUCEMEiiiI DOUBLEHEADER
Col. and Mrs.' Wilson before. ,she 149x' 141, mar: 'J./1 R A Y=RN oR ,
leaves for Palm Beach. .1 "
'Mr. and Mrs; Oscar Vanzant ''of. 4d"S
'Callahan visited their brotherinlawand Compare* to Johnson. For 700 sYltem.

sister,. Mr. and ,Mrs. 'Cecil. ....,..,?' lBB.E *.11QT.ROUMO << ,: OLM-ES-2"-"SPINNING"- Self-sharpening blades.
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BUCKET
Hardoe,on 29. .
MOndaYJ.Aug. > Swing-out tolled cord.
Rev. and Tompkins REEL & ROD COMBO
returned Tuesday from visiting In, PETROLEUMaiELl.Y .1.9 =.... .....1... GRAN PRIX AM/FM
southern Illinois.
North Carolina and 1999
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school reunion seeing friends she had : : ,' Mas"'4iis.M >>
not seen since high school days. They 4tsa SCRIPTO PUSHP01NT gfJ8 8 ...
also attended Labor Day Festival at .. ,fI! i :
Olive Branch,'IlL The Gideon had rrtpato TRAYS LEAD PENCIL AM/FMnldlocaaaette' "
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charge of the services while .be. was I recorder 4 record
Vas.1ine. : ( 00 :F,... .I
gone. .2ft' a' 119. player
Their mother, Mrs. Iva. Campbell., r3 ,1 .. d err.
returned to her' home In Tampa :of ENTIRE STOCK Of
: >OUR
before they left for vacation Aug.30. tt ICI .,.. i BOXED VIDEO GAME
Friends of Lonnie Teston regret to GLYCERIN -t N ;, 1.oa', \ CARTRIDGES'6SC
learn ;.that he""Is I in North Florida SUPPOSITORIESMUtTSUS ,' I STATIONERY
Regional Hospital Gainesville. Our BID 39"*""

prayers are for his recovery.. .... .. ta '" us. criers I
1UIr. and Mrs. William KIng' and 1N811-"
r.c> Selection I
children1 are giving their' mother \.? 48....... -..- Mountains of Lettersor or twrnrNS vary by store.may .A' +.: 9teat. I

Mrs. B.L., Wilkison, Jr., a birthday' .While q usntlt/es'/ 'i ,. .!: ...;, r World of Letters. '
supper and swimming party on Saturday .ast KEYSTONE I
night.,The guests are Mr., and AVANTI AUDIO XII.101DISTIL"
Mrs. :Tool Hodges and son Mr. and CRYSTAL CASSETTE TAPES : EVERflASH
Mrs. Benny Wilkison, III,and Robert. .-. HEFTY ST*L-SAX ...-> POCKET.." CAMERA ,...
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Mrs. B.lTwUkison; ,.Sr..and Mrs.,Jim WATER' ;TASK: WM5S Kauaat I
.McC rieYLJr. '
'1. 1499
Mrs. aiBoyetto- Sr:of Lake City : 'oUUOII 21 2/1 00./
spent1;Jhe-week,with'" her son"and ,,5ftt. Limit 1 -, ,tl,, ;:. 1 wanan. M1 aN l. .aw rr case N '
: -yr. z'REVLON
dau er-tn-law1 Mr. and Mrs. O.J., 'II J .

Boyette Jr t ana Angela, .
:Mr and Mn.. Robert Lee spent.Sa :
night in Atlanta;Ga.and attended ., .

OM_Lee! tamily. .reunion! on Sun ,,,. I I

day.*vMr ..Fred Moore VIsited'her sister?,. .,

Miss:Rachel Boyer of Presbyterian, .. I IJ.Eif6
.Home in Jacksonville, on Tuesday.iHr .
; and Mrs. Larry Norman spentttheir ,
yacaUoa In thT mountains\oi
North cJuroibiia/ ; :
Hwrton Walker' and :son Billy: of ''f .
.Atathua'vwtad': their; wirtiVvMrs.Flossie : ., jul/ RUTH or: I '.J .L-D GELATIN 1': HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATEI'tRfINAER ,
,jnioator, Sunday, 'afternoon,_ . [
Autf 2fLHenry ,a4L 1 autross aq.err aL KISSES I

Hodges vUitad Mr. and Mrs JOHTtti+ ', #i '
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,Jerry Mr.and Glance Mrs.of Franklin Palatka on Starling Sunday.! and W4Z.ttoe.SJS CHARLIE *.*. : sIp;: 4/100 199 aM HTM a.Umlt IMAM./1.. i,, I!1

family of Bryeeville were Sunday dinner -< ,Umit .Whll.quantitls last.. i i
Mraod
guests of their PI\\ ents. ,
Mrs.,Ftoam Starling.. ; ,
,We are bjwpy.to report that Mrs.) ,
DebraAagfSSaWetwcwnehomeonvisiting -' OPEN HII.Y.818 B. SUNDAY 0 to 8. Sale Price flood, Jftru Sat. Sept. 17th.
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Thttr'sdayy '; ,Alao.i..o.mera.HoepIt8I. ; : RIGHT TO UMIT. BUA TITIW,;". -
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mpOrtorrthwrns,
wrwtyl'wtllf.
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Sir1 *M.ri.;Mrs. jCE.:' M 1 S and Order \\

Strickland!lnJ3hu>s v%;they ) M1 '-t MG voutnouid t Center_ t
oI1'acom., 'K r, Braitford Sq. Shopping f.riF1
ed to Dr..BiJJjrdranaita hock ond pr rep ,
Wash.,'on Wednesday a hurricane,. -S. : .
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10.3S2-lCfOO.( + J" .,. ; w ;., L' -.1 ./**
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SHARI N FUNDS in the nJ.gf$2 &7?5QPwblch Q Nfl" '
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103U400 Reimbursement .Refund .00+
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MEETI GA\TE: : .Monday Sept bjKl& 283 .
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< OC.tK-fri( ; ; wo wvero :. JUUS-yttii.jM.G3: +t Ysxdil; j.t..l.i.t'J. : '10:399-10b O..; S: Less 5' Discount ;;o"iI.tI.r.rr, } It.LrJSH *:, ),;.. \ (.. -,
A HEARING will also be held aJtjhiaHTO the-FlN h 10-171-100 .Total Estimated Revenue r1,645,862.0
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ADOPTION OF THE COUNTY BUD C J f tJ iscal : Total' Z.timate4'Revenue/Ca8h r\1.645.862.00
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ding September 30, 1984.lJAu.c.. .' .te. t Q.gf..z, ; ns PJi ".J\I'J;. A :;.1 oo.+ooos .. : .
these ,..' ." ," :" ,,... } B' b'ffi8!' 1PPROtiP1 !t''] 1'ld:: to'h6\JQ WI rjC. (1"o't., ; \
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'Gi IbE"tkh! B!p.Wn"9:1 E th.9 Ellerson_ ; /and Secretary Salaries' 20,030,00, ; '1a1n2i
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\ a-' .a-ar 1 ..OI.Q9"t .' ..: O"Or? YLVeJ: iiumk4pB: fh')44nutroq= (fU, a r) ;
10-21-511-21 County' FICA Taxes 5 r550'. 00"'l
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1983-84 FISCAL YEAR -r.;"; 10-21-511-22 .. ounty.Retirement 13,100.00 1

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; 10-21: -511-23: ..Lifeapd'Health: Insurance ... 5,500.00 1
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11. POPULATION.. (as Of April 1, 1982).COUNTY ) .. 102151124J : County Worker Compensation Allocation';.,' 18,000.00.! 1
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BROOKER: : '. : : i .; (i.Q'If't10.21..5'11"34 '. "".vQ : ovs'sT'r+a,+;t g:Ht1il"1'" : fAQ.t.i,: \it -, 4'J 4 i.
HAMPTON. . .. .. ,, .. .. . .. .. .... .. <;. 55' ; ; : '
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..........".:. .' i. ,.. ... .'t. .! Service and Maintenance Agreement 20,000.00 1
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ST.lUUtE..y.f.. ... .!.....'.... ..199> ., ..,;;....,. 129 10'f.. '4I-U'... 10-21"511'40.. ; .,...' ;,!; ,"' Auto. Allowance and Travel Expenses 4000.00 1
TOTAL.. . .. . . . : . .-. ..18,506 100.00 i ,"!i'1 > ai:\>jt-iujtM: Ji>ni, I4&i/\3
"'/ b: ...'-i .tJ J'1'1' : IR6t t;' ;'J "t.l .:..":'; \11 E(", 'J--: 10-21-5U'\U.t .T ;' '. County' Communication Service and Cost 36,000.00. 1
UNINCORPORATED AREA. ;.; ; '. .. .". .' . . ., 63. 'cINCORPORA \J' : 'I. '-. to UgqIR- !i"l1.il\"'''. J I! .t, : > e GC t

ED.AREA. . : ... . . . . 36,74. 1021-5Z1, 4 }:O : Repairs. .. and 'Maintenance Allocations. 25000.00. 1
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2. ASSESSED VALUATION ((1983 Tax Roll) ... 10r21-5U-49 49' Subscription and Advertising 4,500. 1.
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COUNTY ,. (linincorppcatcd) ......\1' fp"r 1I..V 6.i..c1.3$>" 32 (\,., Jf.'!?7-OI 10151r5. '' I Office''Supplies: and'Maerials 25,000,00
BROOKER. ."e': . " .' . 1,010,381 .48'., ; : : : :.: .,' IU,'<'//c..; I'1 -1fu'{. Ur, 2 l-"' .." ."t
HAMPTON. .". . ; . .'. . -.1,140 ,71 B ..53% l.1C21-slli 's 'Membership'' Dues and 3,000,00' 1UJk't
LAL7TEY. . .ClKV"i'. to Jj/t.'I..G'JawW1'3'O'V'ljUl"' ( i'4,!::; ;""u'. ','i.W.! +1. 161'' ''''': k>('/ :.i t" t. Books'l. 'l bcSFaGfOl.
'.STAJUCE:. :.. e .'. ... .'. .r. ....: :J. 43806.284 20.85 10r21..51u1r. { ::!.Accounting" ; and; ; t.': : ; ....., ; 35 O' .
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TOTAL'A A;..;/..:,...<,1:1.;:: .VH.I;::: "'O-V ,; SJtY'f'3Ji1''i1L"+S 1Ox21-5. \\ j w! County Attorney Re t-.f,n.er)!and),Le.gj. ..Fees, .,. 15,000.00 ,.,|
UNINCORPORATED AREA . . .. . . . . 76. 97% J .. ." .' I f

,. INCORPORATED.. .' .. . . . .... ...'.. :'. .. . ., 23.03 '. lO"21"StQi-r :. .!' : "i!.::, .... I Data .Process' ifi. Supplier: and, ,rtateriausrat: 7,000.00* x .i 1

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:3. 'UNINCORPORATED AREAS, .*.'**J.r na*<:)8 t\*..<;o fctHnywa '*>;; \)!... .. ..OJC. 22-SUr:3Qc..r. : ,' ...c'F ;Clerk Circuit: Operac ,.xpeasga. ,0., .,.itiri 19 ,s ??;!gq .'II', :}
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4. TOTAL'INCORPORATED irtJar" 'rio Zi.'u u9 'iejrti ooi-:. -Q' U-:23-5.t3: .Clerkeryit: 61 ..
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5. ELECTIONS ? (as of August.. ,16: >;1983J. :) *..-.oIJ.l" .-;' '.:) ,ilS.Uq" ,.ii",4'4 "',>:'," pt"i'. -OS-;"r,,.." 'r 10-24,5130'k,' '. r; : .' -:".. .' Appraiser' Stilaries"andersonal. : ; \ Services,., 112,113.00.. r i2

COUNTY "(Unincorporatedsii. ) + ""J.v.i.. .a4.: ';;r.t53464: : ; ;! 159.Tit-0. ) 10= ..- ;'.20ALW24553400. ;
BROOKER. : .... . :. ... .. . .. J.Jl1l" 1.68 '. 4O,05.0.praiser ; ;
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STARKE . . . : .. .. . .t. ... : .'*2.047 : 30.84 .Y.... 1d"24U, 90.'.' ,.. Appraiser. OthertEPJJOperatjingTax ,C08t (,I''IWt'4., 1, p ._OO.,1\--1

TOTAL ..... . .e. fi) . . .k4. ; 6,637+;i: : 100.00 w ';1' : "
__ .. : .i.d.25-5. '3-90t f. ColleetarConlai-aeivnaaM:: ,' u. H"l.plfro.li 92,990.OOcA-r12
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10-33-522-52.. .. Lawtey Voltnteer Fire oepart..glt lfl\.t ey t.ymt/(1 2,500.q'Air f f3 I; .10.l' ilSJi.li"Fjn't'"f1.1a' t T'a1c.' .tr.Jk> : > ) biDo J} ,<. tH/0.1: _: "I.-89d'00'! 01" r t ti
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1.0-37-524-12. ,I Zoning, Assi.tantsiSalaries, ": 23,735.00 1 .' .4-51-S'11-22 ':Library Retirement .- 1": 4,281.00 -1 V 1 \

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Communication Director,3iary 13,126.00 1 01':1'SOO.OO ld
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10-39-525-21 Communic.tion.rlCA.'faxe. 1240.00 1 U'.57.5'7' bQrUs'alu..J.nd.1nt.n.nc.lf' .t? '.,) f It'" f "w = 4,000.00" ,' l' :

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10-41-537-12. .. Agriculture and H.B. Dept. Salaries 21,065.00, 1 10-62-572-52 Brooker Recreation! Department SOo.oo 3
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10-41-537w51 Office Supplies and Materials '2000.00 1" r,; 10-78-511-52: ; County Building'. Improvement" Allocations. 2,00'0.00 1

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1147562li"il4756212 Mosquito Control Director Salary"'rj , *.! .U' 4, SOC':00'' s 'j' It. . "
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1.1-41-56'2-2 Life .and Health"rlnsurancer Cost'1. < "< ** -" .'J 810.00. ..,,: .1 20-361-100 4 'N -.Interest' Earned. n'Account 20,023.00. 1

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11-47-562-24 Workers Compensation "'"" ;,' 1' j "r ) 450iQOc-4'* 1. 20"36'400Refund. Ga.. ,' Oil', .nd'Lubric.nta 15,000.00 1
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'1i4756252Gas, 'tOil, and; Lubricant: Colt .. .1 >.'.ix :X' O.M' 3 290PQ ;-. 1" 20-399y'100 20171.100'rTotal. :Lass 5.btlllatad piscount Revenue... .. 1)1:'. : ", .'. ,i' -i38,<<......00) 1 1

ili-47-<562-52.1' Chemicals .' ,>" an fc: "A f 'rr-j..tl; -i. / .':) *'/"}>i3 2 .!J TV.\. .1 !- 20-101-100 Balance Cash 75.000.00 1
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12-48-362724: .:', Workers Compensation.. ., ,...6.j'fs. oi.f ,,e.r3, (', ;; ..t.,50.00.H!*-. *-&j--.u1 County:Traportition '8': ribs; :" '. .... 210,000.00 1 !

4856243.Utilities Expenses ,. } .'('V.I..I'f .< : \I\.J.V\ :,.,' '.' ;. : ;.
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:20-11-541-13 Othe". P.rsonal Sesrces4Salartes 1,000.00 1

12-48-3. 244.,1 r: _.Rental, and LeaseiAgreemejit.: 1 it 13 ....,Jo jlll4"! :.' OQpB -0
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. 20-11-541-21. rICA Taxes 'J .3r41 : :
12-48-362-43 In.ttrinc.:1'.. ';" .... ;''''''' .J; J \1' ,, .t'a' r J .. O'-.r 200'.00." ", &\-OL.1 20-11-541-22 r.tiriw.ntY: (. >. A': .j' '22,153.00 1 !

12-48-562.46.: Raparand,..Maintenance! JJ Expenses .. AI.'. 'Ii. ." : 1 330* 00 8 ..c1 ,, :
; : 10,000.00 1
HealthZnsurancce .
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12-48-562-52,1 M.C. Stat eJ c1+h1ai.i,.' ,> r ',iH 'v .t.:1t: ;.... "1 J'J.P2:, .: "ol 20.11-541-. ; ; kar'.: +p.naation_ Insurance. ,.,. ; 1I:. ,...;r 12,000.00. .., 1C"I. ,
6,000.00
12-48-362-38.! < Small Tools !Under, ;, .f 0p.p0. .! 1ocat: oinJ: l- I" \i ;P!_, .e!1 20-11-541-g4. : ou.. Surveyor Fees and ,Expenses L !'. r ;, .; '!u..t'- .Y.",: : 0--S \l
250.00 1 .
: 20-11"541-42 Transportation Freight cost ," ,
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"- ; / :" 51 >x.naS4y' Ltttd'; ; ,!,; rs 20-11-544= : Tran port Uon Utility: Services 9,000.00 1 :

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> .' n.o 20-11-541-0 Transportation} Liability Insurance 1 ,000.00. 1 .I

'( :. ,Repair., and Maintenance. Ejcpensiis; tbraRs s I 130 tOi'fhIOtl. ;'. '', :" '" bjl'.II"'f' Maintenance 5, O 1 '
: 20-11-541-46 Equipszenti Repairs'and i
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13-49-562/52 ;* Gas, Oil, an .Lubr.pan4s; Ex +e noss! :znel. .l'" ." fi.Ji'1,3'1; 4'rQ'ti O y CXE1349562rS24 '1: : : ";( '" and J Materials j j"I'-"" .600.00 '. 1, f f fr
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2011541-51 Supplies
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20-11-54151.1: Miscellaneous Supplies and Materials : : f

-562x49' .. > Tuberoular;; Cire .Bxpenses, ,....r U oaf!' ".. Ttiuax ..', &'p' ,SO@'t2"'R' :rH10..5256383 1 '''f." '.'" ,,',HI tit"J Ga., 011 n., 11'Lubricant.&tc.' ., ...t J.c .'::1 Expenses- 'I, '. t h:'{,: 50,000.00',t"'I\o' .;. 7r J

: *4 .",.BJ:'+dfor$ ,.Countyguidance; .F.JJ.af"j aaTw.''h".1 "" ,''j' 56i69 '!Q0 AtZ+' .al 20-11-541-53 20.11-541-51':''' 1 ::1.H.tI'J', : If Materials' for Upkeep'! ..Road 6.gr.. dyes ,,,....,,. 40,000.00'' .' "1S' I t'1

-10-33-563-83 MentalHealth'Dlstrlct.rX.IIr; }3oR+;t eAnz ./' 11' t ,tI:( ,oxi105156382Bradford : 20.11-541-58 "'O O Swell' Tools .u..s:. 5100.00 8 h.1'\: ddt 1.000.CO4.i., "'1'

:, County.,Retarde4 . ,20-11:=541.63 Ieproveeent i.condsy Roads 130.326.00

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