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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Fifty-year rainfall average for August in Bradford County Is 8.1 inches. News.rl.... . . .Pag.t toll PKY'a
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An 8.35 percent teacher salary and Raise Acceptable... :-

wiI fringe benefit package' averaging ,English instructor Julie Miller, ';::
$1,694, was agreed upon Monday president of the Bradford Education
night, Aug. 13, by bargainers for the Association, describes the and

Bradford School Board and Brad- benefit package as "...acceptable pay at ; _
ford Education Association. this point. 0:';'
r' :ib The $800,000. pay and benefit Miller expressed!: dissatification at
package will be presented to the
; ,the number of years 22 it takes to .
I Iit school board tor approval Monday reach maximum salary in Bradford .:; .
night, Aug. 20. Members of the County The salary schedule should
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up from $13,500 last year. The salary The BEA was told during negotia-
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teacher 'with 22 years experience, Versus that it was not a I
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: '", c 21 years. priorities, Mrs. Miller said.
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; According to Supt. Tom Casey,the Based on last year's ''average I

package includes, for'the average ,salary$16,815, the raise of 4.6 per- -:.,
teacher(4.6 percent in new money in cent plus the $250 average step-up .
their" pockets, or $777; a $391 for experience, the average teacher

......,- average step-up for experience, a will get new money of$990, or$82.50
4 $443 Increase in Social and
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.' retirement contributions, and an $83 :;.,'

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(Photo* By Carry bgl.tby), premiums. The pay and 'benefit Non-instructional and administrative .;,;
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{ package will cost '$461,191 for the
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? I'H Inmates from'the New :; package was pulled from 'Wherever range and,a small
River Annex are hard at available and comprises almost'all ) .

work oCt cleanup detail' ? all ''the new money the school district is ( School Pay.lxn'; -Z:
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..... Neweome'left'aild Stanley .l 3,850 Students to Report AugT23
,llardrlck (rtghtt'rake"antf'pickup ij, -
tf'!'. leaves' and debris' School opens next Thursday morning tions at the last minute. '
from around the courthouse.' Aug. 23, for the 1984-83 term for

.,. .'..., : (Left)2 A crew' goes around some 3,850 Bradford students. in Calm Opening Expected...,
'. ahead or the othPN.'lipping. grades K-12.
From reports from Supt Casey
r ;?' shoveling and raking./ They Bus routes will remain the same and adminmstrators,, everyone expects -
are.from left' to right: Paul but students should be out a little a calm opening and are lookIng
Brown, Vernon Brown Jerry early the first days until the bus for a good school year.

Knight and Karl Frreny. ':. route system is shaken down for the Due to ,a new state rule that

1 / new year. students must be present 135 of each
J School lunch prices remain the 150 course to earn a promotion ex-
F'i same to open the 84-85 term 60 cents tra curriculurs during the school day f.
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students and 80 cents for high school curtailed. That matter will also

i .tl .' students. Milk costs an extra 20 ''come''up before the' school board.
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Monday night.
The! high school day, on which all >j

Businessman9 Leaves Town Suddenly l : other schools have to,, operate Band Director Resigns:... '
because of the bus system, has been Band Director Mike Woodfin sub-
lengthened by 12 minutes prin-
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resignation .
A businessman- who hit Starke wilt continue to provide the same Hall was never a lana owner in': .cipal Jim Duncan. Buses will have to Woodfin is leaving for a
reportedly
with a flurry of publicity about big services under the name Kendall Bradford County. run earlier,apparently, but discus fund raising sales position.. ",' '
plans with promises of big In- Telecommunications and Kendall However, Hall negotiated, along;; sion still is going on and will probably Principal Jim' Duncan Is busy Interviewing -, '
vestments has quietly left the scene 4 Contracting, according to Mark with a man identified as his grand-, ,not determined until Mon.' this week for the key ,
amidst rumors of fraud. Kendall,'manager of the company. father for a large tract of property, day night's school board meeting. Duncan reportedly: 'has"a
post.
Howard L. "Dale" Hall, partner in "We have found it necessary to here. and negotiate to lease a home, Teacher return to work Monday, former Class 4A school' band director -
Kendall-Hall Telephone Sales and change the corporate structure and in Country Club Estates for a year at, Aug. -20, for three days, of pre- who lives in the county' asa '
,Service, disappeared late last week disassociate ourselves from Howard $600 per month. (/ planning. Some have already beenat possibility. Former band director '
and told associates he wouldn't be (Dale) Hall. Hall has left the com j.' work registering and testing new Dean Cassels has decided to remain
back in Bradford County! munity and has stated he will be students. '
pot ;;: in Union County where he began .
Was. Former Inmate,. !4 This week some principals '
has been 'are "
Meanwhile, a warrant returning said Kendall. Work last year, "\" "
issued for his arrest due to missing "Both Kendall Telecommunications Another crack in the promotion: scurrying' 'find replacements for Promoting middle''' ,tichool''band

funds. The warrant states that more and Kendall Contracting are came to light when Hall's criminal .some 30 teachers who resigned at 'director Jim Peronto to'' the high .-.
than $100 was taken from the company presently owned and operated com- record was disclosed by someone th64'.last minute. Bradford always school job would leave an opening at

which operates in a recently pletely by Mark Kendall and Jimmy who remembered him as an inmateat 'releases teacher, though it causesa ,the :'middleschool ors+.Lawtey .
renovated building on Call Street. Crosby Jr." Lawtey Correctional Institution. hardship here, says .Supt. 'Tom Elementary where Jimmy Brownlee j :

Mark Kendall estimates'' that .an Kendall said he, met Hall about ,Hail's'' '' Casey. Over,half the positions have now' works The' BMS and LE prin- )
,criminal record includes '
'inventory may' disclose more than four months ago and decided to go been filed, andno school has over 'cipals are waiting on Duncan's dectj
in the j
is Hall's Dale Hall..at charges: St.Petersburg area, two or three vacancies. .,
$16,000 missing since disap- into partnership with him and move recent open sion. .
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for writing checks with Insufficient One 'is that 8 9 :
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aspect or
pearance. his business to Starke. house for Kendall-Hall.( ) .
In a brief press release, Kendall Hall promoted himself as a funds'in 1972 second-degree arson in focal residents have gotten jobs that At each: School..* '. ) \
1977 insufficient funds in 1980. were not open earlier in the summer ,
and Jimmy Crosby Jr. explainedthat wealthy man with money to invest parently been cancelled.
Hall's disappearance will not because his father had recenlty died failure to appear In 1981, and grand Casey points out. Bradford High.... ',,'1 :; }
change the telephone sales and ser leaving him several businesses and Apparent Hoax Crumbles... larceny in Pinellas County 1981 Casey notes with concern the tur :
Adjudication of guilt was withheldand nover is larger than in the last few. Biggest'change at'Bradford High
vice operation. giving him access to a large In-
The hoax to
apparent began crum- School Is Business
Hall Department
was placed on probation jn BEA President Julie Miller
years
heritance. ble during a land sale agreement in each case. He was imprisoned m been,moved to the Vo-Tech
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Name Change... Hall spoke of buying a franchisefor 'which Hall related several versions, ,', 'expresses concern : I
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teacher:leaving Bradford for adjoining space'wasavailable'In: !
The new telephone store which a steak and seafood restaurant to of to various Plans..p.i.\t \
a story separately persons (See.plg : '1, ''"'IJ ..i1J 1 haS''
be I located in Starke. That has ., :counties, mainly, Alachua I
recently opened on East, Call' Street : ap- involved. I which came Up with Rome new,posi-.iI
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i By Larry Oglesby, operation. Fagan said that the state sides is closer that 50 feet to adja- Pagan< a special 'permit after j". i* :3>Thaf .'debris in Fag n's pit 'Courtnay;who sold it to' ;

BCT Staff Writer attorney's office told him that they cent land, has debris piled in one threatening to close the operations already been dumped on the properly 'ty who, in turn sold it to Fa 't I

Charging that the Bradford Coun- could not continue with the suit filed area and has no posted signs up. ..due to county.violations.: i:)- be removed. Courtney is now involved -
"ty is guilty of the same violationsJack ; against him until'the suit he filed 'When Zoning Director L.M. In a certified letter from Bradford( .)That no other dumping of debris development of land around Pagan's -

: Fagan, a borrow pit operator, against the county was cleared up. Gaines was asked if the county Attorney' Dudley Hardy six conditions Be allowed' t to: be placed on the pro' borrow pit and Instigated tHe' an.: i
has filed suit against the county to Fagan's summons read "Jack should follow their own regulations j were. listed.: Pagan Was'to erty'If : \ 'vestigation;; which led to the special,
protest against charges leveled at Fagan did knowingly and unlawfully he said that the Department of En, follow. But, there was no.time limit at A JMlfc there be a 50 fool area from permitting of the p'ti "&; \tft 1.

him. fail to obvserve special conditions of vlronmental Regulation (DER) or dale set in the letter that Fagan Adjoining''property, owners, which. The has been,in operation\ for 29 t
\ 'They just haven't done me right. a mining permit to-wit: slope to gave them permission to operate received] May 21 The1 county,comT wi[U not be dug upon, pit and Fagan i"this pit is. ,. i
\ How can they charge me when they banks fence the area and. post the their pit and it did not come under mission\ meant to give Fagan 30 days 6(That there be no less" than a' 45 years grandfathered and-says shouldn't have,
, are doing the same thing right down area in violation." county guidelines. to correct the problems at hi$' bor- degree slope: have all
\ the roadit's ridiculous," Fagan Fagan pointed out that the county When Confronted with the issue row pit.. but the deadline was not In- These stipulations Were listed In to a permiXat I.I"o\1\j; \ i

I told The Telegraph borrow pit is violating, the same ordinances Commissioner, Maxie Carter said eluded in attorney;:Hardy's letter,to _he certified letter. Fagan! says he has,attempted to ,-'
! Fagan was summoned to court'' that for which he has been' "Well, U we aren't following the (Fagan*' '* ,jjf ,; Fagan also said that the county ordinance 'adhere to the" regulations but that it 4 :.

: Monday for neglecting to follow called into court regulations now, we will have tfr do ,is,''very .vague ,and lacks Is expensive ana wilt take time v According
restrictions put on his SR-21B (KH Telegraph Inspection of both pits something about it. We are going to The six conditions iistedin<< the tetterweret definition tnt terms like "significant to Pagan he has ..eat over : _.- ,
I' .area) borrow pit in a special permit Monday afternoon showed that make him follow the regulations and "; .0 1 ; ,dredglng-'orlfilling', of' land'" andSCretonanle 'tooo,;'in having'some of'Ufa: Wt. .
issued him in April. many of Pagan's accusations are apparently we we'll just have to take care of our ,1IThnf'an' American' i vire fence time/*" >sloped and has put pouted..nign.....

I Fagan entered a plea of not guilty valid. _, pit, too. with> a-"4-lnch opening b* placed J'The issue started. in March.when pletely around It.Jf MM '':
. to the charges and requested! a tr\al, The borrow pit operated by Brad- 'It's Just t not fair for them to make *arouwd'Jthe: 'entire1'' property; )includtatf )keystone! .Realtor' Jack Courtnay, ,feel that a fence would matqtj
, bt Jury. ford County', located close to'the' '' me'follow'all the regulations when' with the fence a gate which/ : Ance, owner of:Pagan's, pit told the dangerous; let them put it, ', ; ; .
f'f'n filed a complaint with ti ft landfill on SR-100 west of Keystone they don't even do it themselves," will he padlocked. jo' ft: commission that ''the pit was .a! ,Pagan. had a, IE. -
! : : Sheriff's Department'against Heights, > 'ft-A-ajTha) *Fagan dig(!no further thati. Vdangef surrounding neighbnrstt"t ? \up, but It:was dleounty wie, ''

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\ '!', Griffin Industries Contributes... \

i torla'J.ot being used. Lawtey Elementary... Bradford County 4-H has become Involved with a fund raising '
It only made sense to make the Principal Buddy Paterson expects IE program to lend youngster to camp.
change,, says BHS principal Jim students to to \ Above Roger Jones from Griffin Industries hands over a
Duncan when space was available at some 365 next report Thursday check to Bradford 4-H Coordinator Carolyn. Redding la support &
the vo-tech and the high school had' a Lawtey morning.Elementary llr of the drive. ;y
space problem. Enrollment Is with 45 Other businesses In Bradford that have contributed are
School will begin at 8:13 a.m. at kindergarteners already up registeredand Alligator Creek Ranch and the Continental Telephone Cem:1:
BUS and dismiss at 3 p.m., addition .
of about 12: minutes to allow time to 48-50 the K-students expected compared LE had last to pThe Florida ...11 Foundation Board has become actively Involved Z
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bus students back and forth to the year.There are two teachers In each In designing and Implementing a strategy for fund raising ...
vo-tech school. grade, K-7, at LE this year and no for Florida's 4-H camps. :
BUS will have a 7-period day,with for
mixed classes, Paterson points out. Their goal for Phase 1 of the development program -
two 100-minute or double periods in School will take at 8:05: a.m. and Florida's 4-H Educational Centers Is to raise$258,000 by Sept. .::
the morning, and three so-minutes
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at LE, which
dismiss at 2:30: p.m.
periods In the afternoon. That is .. .
has the longest school day in the (ph. M 1.w.s 0sIe0I0r.$
flexible that
more the three
due to the bus schedule.
100-mlnutes periods with a single county 1 ,i \
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A new creative activity period r 1
SO-minute period at lunch that BHS
planning at LE from 2:30 to 3:30
worked under last 1i
year. each day. Grades K-3 will use one
Two lunch sessions are planned at another. \i
grades 4-7
playground
BHS. A single lunch period was considered Students
Teachers will rotate duty. BROAD RESPONSIBiliTIES
but that used
plan was not will be offered varied activities suchas
because the cafeteria Is too small for
creative writing, sports, art, etc.
all the BHS students at once.Duncan '
a six-week basis.It !
says it does not mean a single lunch on
is a change from previous years
period won't be considered in the when LE students had 45 minutes on CO 000's ,
future. the playground before school began. j,
Enrollment at BHS is expected to WI'
be up about 25 students, to 1,050 as Hampton Elementary... ,.., '\ ,
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opens.Students should look for signs About 190 students are expected at 411//1' "Cll 'f. ;
directing them to their home rooms Hampton Elementary where ; \' ()
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Connie Clark 1
when they arrive Thursday morn- veteran principal sayshe's 01/ .
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ing. As students come onto campus set good with the same staff. I
they will be steered to the right area HE will take In a 8:20 a.m. and ', : v (.. ,
to pick up schedules. Duncan hopesto dismiss at 3:05,
have everyone in class shortly "Everything is in order at here at 1
after first period begins. Hampton," says Principal Clark, '--4J/ i
Duncan U working this week to fill ? -j:
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two Spanish teacher positions and to Brooker Elementary. j
replace the band director. New Brooker Elementary Prin- .
cipal Bill McRae expects 132 j
"""" students for school's opening. .
COUNTY SECRETARY- i
Middle School...
McRae goes to BE from the assistant -
Principal Dewey McKinney expects principal's job at BMS. ACCOUNTANT 1
860 students to report next BE will be in session from 8:15 TREASURER M
Thursday, up about 30 over last a.m. to 2:50 p.m. K students can go For County Commission :,
term. home at 1:15: p.m. if someone can -
Students should reported directlyto McRae. f
them
pick up says J Jb.
the gym when arriving.Upon having Steve Acree has replaced Rick -, .
their name called out by the Ezzell as the Vt-time PE instructorand {\
home room teachers, the students Mt-time instructor of Project
should'go to class. Plus, the alternative education pro 'J',4 .
School will take in around 8:15: gram. Ezzell went to BHS as assistant ,
a.m. and dismiss at 2:45 p.m., principal,McRae's former post. 44
depending on the exact schedule Betty Lynn is the new BE "tS 1
decided upon for BHS. cafeteria manager, replacing Mrs. 1I111y
McKinney is interviewing new Georgia Ward who retired. Janis 'O\\\\ 1 Com 'JJ/illigl1/il't I Io
teachers for three vacancies one in Foster is the new cafeteria worker.
science and one alternative education -
plus an additional guidance Starke Elementary... \)\.
counselor. "I'm looking forward to my first y OJJJCEII j

New personnel at BMS include year here," says New Starke t: "
assistant principal Rick Ezzell Elementary Principal Wayne
English instructors Linda Sheffiekiand McLeod,who expects 610 students to Require Proven Ability
Betsey Yawn Bongi. and math report Thursday, about the same
instructor Helen Lee. Norma CUnn- enrollement as 83-84.
ingham has moved from alternative The SE school day will run from
education to English, and Dr. Ed 8:10: to 2:35.McLeod: .
Hall is a new psychologist three days had two vacancies this
each week. week, in physical education and
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kindergarten. "G.Ib" BROW
Veteran teachers leaving BMS include KEEP

English instructor Dina Southside Elementary... .
Petrella who transferred to BHS "
"We about ready Jessie
I .Moir, ,nd,..;Moore, veteran/principalaSoutly9tdeEleplentdry9aa says 'f. ii ol8na;;;; oj bnv '
_, fU t' Mar-cf i ..: The SS air-conditioners+ were. .be- r Fk''Cjfcui'f/ ) aniCbtrtio.i PAID aaw I l.t&j.

Welch.is taking a year's leave of ing checked Tuesday to be sure they ,:
absence for child rearing purposes.A all are in working order when school
new' program at BMS will be opens.
music appreciation, which Chorus The SS school day will run 8:10 to
Director Don Hardy will teach in a :
third hour per day at BMS, in addi- 2:35.Enrollment is expected to be about : ;
tion to his two choral periods. 650,the same as the end of last year. S FRIENDS CONGRESSMAN '


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the $10,8 million budget, $111,619 district received some $300,000 less DON
contingency fund. than was budgeted.THE FU UA'
Casey hopes to pick Pbo in
public education(PECO d funds ,
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BRADFORD ,
u voters approve the change in basis
this fall. The bond fund authorization COUNTY TELEGRAPH
had to be rewritten and other Published every Thursday ; '

sources break-up of of taxes AT-T found and because the loss of the of at 135 W. CallStrot INVITE YOU TO A DINNER

telephone taxes. Stark. Florida 32O91 .
The expected PECO money when .
received, will pay the salary of two Second Class postage paid at
maintenance personnel and make up Starke, FloridaSubscription HIS HONORON
most of the increase in cost of the IN !
Brooker Elementary cafetorium Rates: ., ; : ) :

Casey says. In-trade area: $10.00 per year .'i"i\,. '
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school district received closeto .". :
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REDEFINE YOUR EATING HABITS ;: iJj: :t Lake Butler Florida : ; ; ,.i ., : :

normal of body fat, elevated .
Although triglycerides are a type :' ,., ,
.'levels of this substance can lead to clogged and hardened arteries, ; 11 ,' -L
The:result can be circulatory problems, or, even, heart disease.. '

'One: of,the primary causes of an elevated trlglycerlde level 1,Is the : AnyonMwishing: } to make a contribution to, ..the n'l:':
excessive eating\of refined carbohydrates. Although this type of ; .

sugar stored Is as rapidly trlgrycerldes absorbed(fat)Into. A high the body level,of the triglycerldes usused portions results are In ner, may: ': ,do "so: by contacting 'D.'. M. 'Hale" ,;:'dt-(9Q4): ({ ):;,', ,

vessels. This dePosit, ,
walls of the blood
'Its adherence to the \ I' I''
known'os plaquo (similar to dental plaque), can garden and as a 496-3958. '" ,....,' ,.,,.. .. ,., .' ,
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result can lead to hardening of the arteries( ) -
When you're looking for a health care worker who stresses patient ,

Information as the key to preventive health care, you should All area candidates and friends are i invited.: .:. .> .:;i.
probably see a chiropractor. At TULLER CHIROPRACTIC CENTER : 'i ? i
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260-8 S, Lawrence Blvd. (473-7213)( : ), I always emphasize to ,my patients 5.' 1 :.' :, .'\'i, ."d .1

that regular' check-ups for infants and children as well as,' : Congressman Fuqua will speak' and ,make' 'a: r.s."f1'I', ; I

adults can prevent many health problems. Hours are by oppt. -'iS' JI'J/ '
Mon.-Frl 8:3O-6,Sat.912.Most Insurances accepted. '. :
._ CHIRO;TIP Excessive alcohol' intake can alto; lead to elevated tation ca\vard/ to retiring Sheriff i John Whitehead :


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Plans for re-routing, traffic In make for shubbery and trees. will be delayed until the rest of the
downtown Starke were discussed Redecorating the downtown downtown project Is planned it was I
with a Jacksonville engineer and a streets will require wider sidewalks agreed. Selection of style of signs, ,
special tax district to pay for the giving pedestrians the impressionthey Street lights and trash barrels is expected : ,
revitalization project were discussed are on an avenvue or board- to give the downtown a
in a 3-hour meeting of the walk, said engineer Robinson.All distinctive appearance and the a :
Downtown Progress CommitteeDPC plans will be coordinated with theme should be carried out along t
( ) last Thursday, April 9. the Starke Commission. Support of Call Street and by the SFCC: project s ,
John Miller, chairman of the DPC, the commission and the citizenry Robinson' said. "
said a special tax district made of will the said
up be vital to project, The committee did not
actually re-
downtown merchants could be the
Robinson.
tain Robinson's
firm but indicated
key to float a bond issue to fund the Local support for a project has plans to. A method of raising the It
revitalization project. Miller said attorney never been stronger, Chairman 1 : I
$10,000 retainer fee is the next ,
step
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Terry Brown and Florida Na- Miller said. ,, I.
ational Bank President J.E. Tomlin- Harvey Sharon, dean of develop ." i
Json are determining what is ment for SFCC said the college Next Meeting..! ';::1 i
Shecessary to establish such. a taxing wants its work in renovating the old It was agreed by DPC members to .' I
:Slistrict.Si 1902 courthouse Into an SFCC Starke begin meeting more often and at ..
:1 Kissimmee used a tax district on' Center to coordinate with the designthe night to allow more people to attend. I t
3he books since the 1920's to fund It's city group comes up with for Chairman Miller said it is ,,
Revitalization. Eustis charged its lights and signs. necessary for more people to ..C-" ,,1", 1'I I
:merchants on a front foot basis. The project of establishing a mini- become involved, and that perhaps ,
= Jim Robinson ,of Harland Bartholomew park in the L-shaped space aroundthe meeting at night will allow more to
: &, Associates, Inc. of First Bank building on the cor- attend.
Jacksonville, a civil engineer who nerof Call and Thompson,' now 00 Next meeting is set for Thursday r
:headed: up the redevelopment of the .cupied by surveyor M.G.: McMillanHampton Aug. 23, at 8 p.m. In the board room 1
3 historic San Marco shopping'center ".... .......... h.F..oomnn Rppht III. of the Chamber of Commerce.this 1I
:an:: Jacksonville, gave a preliminary -- dye Care Center Groundbreaking.... ;I

-estimate, of$263,000 for the proposed Dr. Leonard Schlofman. Optometrist, and Dr. Ing together for the last three years, providing cornt, I I'
Starke renovations. The DPC learn- to Hire Kevin McAuliffe Opthalmoioglst made the announcement plete eye care to the Starke area. ,. 'I i
3ed about Robinson's work through of their new Cyecara center constuctlon The new.building specifically has space to allow ,
She:.:. Department of Transportation. official last week at the site'. groundbreaking. .In-offlce: surgery for ::some procedures which I
-: The committee liked Robinon'sresentation 1 '' previously would have required going to Jacksonville
and is in the process of New Marshal The building wil be 2.000 sqUar.fee and located on or Gainesville. I I
guring how to come up with private Deputy US-301 next to Norman's Market. Dr Scholfman, The Interior of the building will be designed and,
unds to pay for the planning phase, who has been practicing Optometry In' Starke for decorated more like a home than a medical office to
hich Robinson said will be$8,000 to the, last four years, and Dr. ,McAuliffe, an eye make people feel more at ease, according to Schlof ,
;10000.. The Hampton Council agreed in service, according to Flynn's Burgeon from Jacksonville, describe the new eye man. : '. ,'tt :1'i'!yl Zt I
;:' Lushly landscaped streets with regular session Tuesday night, report from Marlie Sanderson of the care center'as being,, equipped.with the latest instruments This building Is the first of several planned in a .."yr\ ,'j" I
distinctive entrance signs, 'ornate August 14, to hire a deputy marshal. Council. for diagnosis/ and.treatment, of eye professional office park. I
Sighting fixtures,, widened ,formerly acting on a volunteer diseases as well as the dispensing of galsses and the It Is anticipated that the doctors will be In theiM? r{ 111", *, f.' ,"
Xsidewalks and the reconstruction ofJan basis, contingent on a check of on-premlSe grinding of spectacle lenses. new facility sometime In November at which time J.:;, r '" 1
ornate water fountain that legality by city Attorney JamesR., Heard Flynn recommend that Dr..Stfhlofman and, .Or'l I nfcAliIiffe have been work- the public will be Invited to an open house.: .,' : stood In middle of the in* Flynn., Hampton participate as much as ,"{ itawNl' 3ir,te'tr }
formerly of Call and Walnut Streets Deputy Marshal John Lee has possible in the coming Bradford I j' ,. v .,, ,, '" ." ,
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were among the main items discuss? been performing duties on a Blue Chip Community Program.
Jed by the DPC and engineer Robin" volunteer basis as his time would V It'A'n.

Son.; Robinson showed the group col permit for 'several months. Upon .Agreed to closely scrutinize and ,' ,r":,,:' ,. <: ,, '. '. ,," ',I. nf/r.i I
sor drawings of other U.S. cities good recommendation by several of all i .. "
submission
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!gjwhich! have gone through a revitalia- council members for his work, the 'I.I I,1: t" .
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the I
Uon process. group passed a measure to pay Lee invoices for bill payment by city. (".,..1Qj.; !)+} ', 'f'',' ." 'I''y'' ,,,',:' Fi k'f t. ',

: :j Robinson estimated it will taketwo '$100 per week over the repeated veto '.1\ i ::.Ii .l' ,', '' ', r ...AI' f ft
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months for the preliminary of Mayor Gordon Wadsworth. Heard a statement by outgoing }, .. '' '' ljo'
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;' planning phase, to include an The pay will J be effective immediately Mayor' Wadsworth, once again "" /; t h ',:.1'', '$ryrt,7n; '\ : :r. .,Lf' '(ijf.i<:<.'ttin 'f'I sdVqi 1 I'
: evaluation of utilities :under if there is no conflict with repudiating charges of theft and <('l 1C Ilil i f v V> ,1\ "'Ih'flt4m\! .a'.; r f :!31'k'I: '
downtown streets, development of a' state law. Attorney Flynn Is to notify record alteration leveled earlier this ;-'. i "f/" }';" 'dn1)1' ",'!...wir* m. 1.1 lfffl Jik\!' I!
: traffic circulation pattern,''develop-- the council within the week if thereis year:,Wadsworth also stressed that "'.,, :ity3lyq! j'II''t: ") !rq f1f4"da 'I4i.
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i ment of alternatives, to the traffic any problem with the action.In he had always attempted to uphold < '
; circulation pattern once the first the charter of the city of Hampton. t '1. '. fit 9Itf", ",
: drawings are discussed with other Aug. 14 business, the ) ',', ,/;,,;. 'j'.;! o! "t
: downtown merchants and the public council:
i Coordination of the proposed traffic ."Humor. I I' the contempla- : ; : ; '
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:pattern[ changes with' the 'state .Wrote 'off :water bills in the! (tiori of the finite from 5)ihAnnivers V1.' RatesCelebrating ; ; f :
the Our ( t "'
dination Department with of architects Transportation of the,Santa coor- amount of $27.50 as non-collectible. infinite.point" of view of the ....... J '; ', I

Fe Community College, plus final Asked Flynn research'' requirements Christian Morganitern ''t ii
plans after comments, from merchants for amendment of the ci- '
and i interested citizens. ty charter, particularly as to salary Vorth } "I ,' I!'<- r':
i Committee; 1 1 members-f t discussed increases during elective term of of-1 tre ti \ 'J .'" >
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closing Call Street from traffic from Vice presently prohibited. : La-Curl ,". I .. I ) ,t t'', '
301 east to ThompsonV peaking the e 'J .. ., b 1\
; Hairstylist ,
street ortejtvajrj" r lessfrg the traWtea ff- _reed advertise for bids orf g w r J., z, ill IF IiirEr "Iulft fir, ;
pattern S as it is. One thing the group garbage pickup contract for the up- .. Lynda RhueSchool. Owner... r.' t ti'
l domed to agree on was that angle '*coming 'PM I 'p. -' "1"'t'\'t''I' T'' ) Jc '1 ')"" '" i' ,. "'
parking on'ne side, of the street
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would not lessen the number park j'0 \
I sing spaceS a'nd.will. give room 'to chlorinator' had been placed in ,SpecialsCustom = \
I -widen the 'sidewalks to .15 feet to operation for the water,system. Perms : ,.'
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O"- Now'20.00 . $18 106O'
Approved rental of a backhoe for : '
|| Big Plans. removal of mud and debris blocking Senior Citizen Discount'' ; ,11 ,tn.: f fi
ditches :along Pine $16 'r \ j ." ,' :
Si (from, )>me JA> drainage of Now 18.00 . I Ii ,1Day !II .
Street, : I'
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Also Specials on: i .
for'violation' f' ," t I'
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:and released in July 1983. In Oct. Accepted a report by Marshal Haircuts 10.00 ,'. t= : '"'f 0 .
Reg. !' "J'"t' $ ,1.1 ,'r
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S>983 he was charged :with writing John Hodges listing' 43 incidents .:, ;, : 0 ?";, fY ; ,
Checks with insufficient funds by the responded to over the last month, in- Shampoo & Blow Style r! tt'r' b; f"y4V'9e,,}'... 'T'" '
iJ argo Police Department cluding 19 traffic 'citations' and '2Stolen Reg. '8.00 Now Both I "r, ,'::1 11 3S ,'."r ,\ :t.t".f"v.i'F.< : : .'" : !',.f'l(

::1 p Vehicles' impounded.., : ,vehicles. MO.OOOPEN ,Ih"n6' J Month :" ,':'r,1 ';:; ,//1 "fUl ". t ,
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it'Hall\ received t financing for three Changed, the next regular :, ,b '1 :; Simple Interest *> titvtlf'rA, lUi' : } i ,;t'
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date Wedneday ,,, '
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and boat while in Starke. -' Tues-Sat 9-5 j 'J f + cSitJtrl!
Vehicles a f
; September 12, to avoid conflict with 'f 1VtiM r4 ul,::1'J\ ,; ." .' j'fJ d,' "t bi't"F' a.f'taq'k .
t \ spokesman Community election Tuesday,September 11. Open' Evenings ". .' I,
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!b nk's possession, but Hall was not .Agreed to have the North Central Across from Waters 1., ,.,; I 2 s" \ ,'% :1f, : 'y, ; '" ,ll/Luwl': '
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behlnd on payments.'i'heoreticanyi' Florida Regional Planning Council ?a "" ; 1 J J' :
the items have not been repossessed prepare a city zoning map to further Grocery Store, Lawtey, FL 1 Year ComSimpleundedInterestuart"" .!? .. .41,4aItl,'',''r' 9a,,.,,' V'i
3-but his disappearance motivated the efforts for local control of land usematters. 782-3738 or 782.3999 Effective Annual Yield' .../w:. ., .<';Vy,'TA' "
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I.,ti',:''.::'::t ',I,.,".\T :.,', ,.\! ,',, ',,. ',,1Mabel!,;: Wainwright Celebrates 90 Years '

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; } has lost neither\ her spirit nor her sense of Mabel and Truby Wainwright were married .
l't t b w weekend brought two red-letter humor. When complimented on how well 59 years before his death In 1973 Just J
't life of Mabel A. Wnin- of their Goth anniversary. ,
events in the long she looks, she pertly replies, "Well. I'm three months short
weight Mrs. Wainwright continued living on !
;:.1' not sick, you know. I'm Just Injured. "
:l, Saturday, she was the center of Interestat when the home place until her injuries made Itimpossible
Another highlight of Sunday was the household ;
,' to carry on
a family picnic dinner at the Kingsley
accompanied by
tr" ;: I Lake Civic Center attended by sixty: family "Mrs.family Wainwright members to was morning service in duties. __,_ -

'"" \ members, including six sons numerous Grace Methodist Church, the century old James has assured his mother,however r
''"' grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. church at Lawtey, where the family worshipped that her house will be waiting for her'anvtime ;
\ Sunday was the icing on the cake when over the years she feels ready and able to return
than hundred family members and ner beloved Lawtey.
more a Mrs. Wainwright was'born at Ellerbee ic
attended in the civic
friends a
(' o'clock reception Crossing, a rural farming area between Recollecting her many years of life on
center from 3 to 5 on occasion
Raiford and Station In what is now clothes in an "outside
:'.. of Mrs. Wainwright's 90th birthday.The Sapp the farm, washing
Union County (then Bradford). After star tub" and putting up with other Inconveniences
,- in the ointment for ting her education In a one-room country of the time,Mrs.Wainwright sum
j :!7 only possible fly that she had to school she early moved to Starke with her med it up as "a good life", adding, "we
the plucky honor guest was wheelchair insteadof parents, the Britts and at the age of 14 never fought".She takes great satisfaction
greet her guests from feet.a Due to a fractured became the "child bride" ,of Truby L. in 'helping to raise my fine family", and !,
"., on her own two Wainwright, in an era when such youthfulmarriages her long association with "my many
sustained in a fall three ago
years
; femur for were not unusual. and church".
Happy Occasion.... has been undergoing pro girls friends my
Mabel A. Wainwright with sons. James (left) and Louie Lee. at her 90th longed Mrs.Wainwright medical treatment and surgery After moving around the state a little (one
of their 12 children was born In )
\.'. birthday reception last Sunday afternoon in Kingsley lake Civic Center. during that period,with the last operation the Wainwrights returned to Bradford All of her eight surviving children were 1 j
1 1 1I performed just three weeks ago when she County and lived in the Water Oak area with her for the weekend festivities exceptone
fell and broke her knee. She now has Brassell :
I before moving to Lawtcy in 1919. They daughter. Marguerite of
another month to go before being allowed built their farm home on State Road 225 Virginia; and one son, Edward C., of Gen i
back on her feet again. west of Lawtey In 1929. The home is still many. I

'. "'12' sr .. EDITORIALS I standing and is presently owned by their The six sons present with their mother
'".' Since February Mrs. Wainwright has son,James superintendent of Lawtey Cor- were Bill of Atlanta; Doc and Dan, of '
been residing in a health care center in rectional institution Jacksonville; Jack, of Tallahassee; I,
Tallahassee,where treatment and therapy of ).f.. Louie '
Mr.Wainwright was the brother of N.D. James, .eel
\ < Will He or Won't He? five times a week are readily available.But Wainwright, former Bradford County Secretary of the Florida Department of

in spite of it all, Mrs. Wainwright legislator and long-time tax assessor. Corrections, Tallahassee.

(Raise Taxes, That It) -

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"Reagan Says No Plan for New In an apparent White House effort to A

Taxes" get its act together, Mr. Reagan (not

Regan) decided to meet with his staff
Reagan Hedges on Tax Issue""Reagan advisors last Thursday and issue a

Says No New statement to (hopefully) clarify con-

Taxes..Unless" tradictory tax statements by Reagan

"Reagan Says Tax Increase Regan, Vice President Bush, arilvarious
Possible" and sundry other administration -

officials.To .
Apparently, Mr. Reagan's position on
new taxes depends on what newspaper further confuse the no-tax ISsue

you read and on what day you read it. President Reagan said he agreed with a
statement by VP Bush on August 6 that I
And Treasury Secretary DonaldBegan' the President' should keep his options n .

entry into the act (supposedlyto open on increasing "some taxes".: Harold Hill above) receives' award from Director, j,
clear the atmosphere of Jim GilL

statements) actually further cloud Meanwhile on a Sunday TV panel .,a 7a
the Reagan roundelay. program, Mr. Regan (not Reagan) K Lake Dwellers
acknowledged that the administration quets. 'j C
Mr. Regan (not Reagan) told a congressional was studying a simplification of the tax

ministration committee currently has that"no the plans"for ad- deficit.code as Asked one way if such of cutting a tax code the federal change Lake Dwellers Celebrate Environmental Victories .1'

a tax increase next year but refusedto could result in
1 higher taxes on some '
rule out tax boosts in the following

years. people tirely possible, Secretary that Regan someone said would: "It's pay.en- And Look Ahead to New Challenges in Future ,

All of which has caused considerable more while others would pay less." '"n q
(
,confusion and consternation among Judging by the past record of ,the With two environmental victories under successful effort to halt plans by Georgia- Rose in recognition. of their "super i
writers and readers trying to analyze Reagan administration it is to I their belt and a third challenge soon to be Pacific Corporation to mine peat from the salesman" efforts selling T-shirts and J
,
and figure out just what Mr. Regan (and out who will be easy met. the hard-fighting membership of the 5,000-acre Santa Fe Swamp in southeast caps which helped provide funds for the' j\
figure paying more. Bradford and a small portion northwest association woe '
Santa Fjj Lake Dwellers, Assocation met' "o.J 'r.nttJ,1"J'A \ ;
Reagan) were saying or not saying. .
: Remember the old dow '...;to r '
L 'Jtrickle: > aretgeeW
: SaUirdaM At".Keyst.ooeBeacht, ,)o .eat., UUachua 'CountY' .Negotlateons ACPrvin
Mi. -saidjthere|are Uno,.plans..,"' theory.n.taxNrenefits*begin attbeJ'tapl; ; bafbecuS;'?reward their leadergk and plan:'..,'under: MraynbetiveeiKJacftand: lsathns'Dertservancs"T Fair, toUi'Qlttj was present 1I4 i Wftl}ils wile in '.
now", apparently leaving the door open{ 'andnriclcledovvn" tolhebottom'(if you" new campaigns. a Nationwide tohsrt'vatioH'group honor of his service on the board of directors :
which
title
would take to the
far future tax plans after the November still believe in the tooth fairy). Determined to protect their property and later convey it to the state for swamp protec- and. 'tireless efforts collecting I
elections. He ruled out tax increases for from detrimental development, the lake tion as an endangered :wetland. Deadlinefor signatures on petitions presented to

1985, which could mean for the fiscal With all the hedge hopping, it is still Dwellers' will now start planning strategy this transaction to be consummated is the various governmental bodies, on.behalf of
unclear whether not the administra to block proposed$7 million developmenton November 5. swamp. ;
in
year ending September or the or
the west side of Santa Fe
Pass a narrow
calendar year ending in December. A tion's tax plans for next year would neck of water connecting Big and Lit- The second recent victory for the Lake recognized Lynella Hill for ,moral Harold's support wife and was encouragement -' I

staff reporter of the Wall Street Journal change after the November election.Mr. tle Santa Fe Lakes. The project was Dwellers followed a successful campaign of the association president, \\
asks, "Could the administration decideto Reagan has pledged to veto any bill started in 1978 without the developers.San- to have the Florida Environmental Com- throughout the prolonged effort. '
ta Fe Pass Inc., obtaining required per mission classify Santa Fe River and Santa
push through a tax increase next year increasing personal income taxes. But
mits for development in the wetland areasof Florida Rep. Frank Williams !
Fe Lake as Outstanding Waters a strong
that would take effect October 1?" You what about bill that, boosts other
a
the property. The work was halted by giving them additional protection from legislative supporter of the anti-peat minIng .
can't be too careful in analyzing what a taxes, or simply "enhances" govern- cease and desist orders issued by the. U.S. pollution and placing further controls on campaign, commended the Lake !

clever politician says, you know. ment revenue by eliminating certain Corps of..Engineers. developments that ,would degrade ,their Dwellers on their efforts and thanked them I
tax deductions? Administration of- ambient water quality, on behalf of the entire state for their ac- !
In order to get the last word, Presi- with But the gathering Saturday was more in complishments. ,I'
dent Reagan said Monday "A Presi-' ficials shrug off such questions celebration of successful environmental For his untiring leadership in both of Hill introduced Bradford Commissioners 1>

dent of the United States should never their well-known stone-wall technique., efforts in: the past.. rather than those up these efforts. Harold Hill was presentedwith Lawrence Mosley County, E.W.- :

cay never, but a tax increase has coming in t. the' future. drew a handsome of cypress wood clock,and Hodges, Maxie Carter, Jr. and Homer 4
the administration is rounds applause from
always been for me a last resort." Meanwhile w appreciative Hart and said. "I want everyone here to :,,
Sounds soothing but what stewing in its own tax juice, and anyone Three years of determined effort by the association members. remember that when it came to a vote,the
perhaps wanting a clearer explanation .of. the' Lake Dwellers, led by their president, Others receiving awards Saturday night commissioners were '5-0 to save the '
does it actually mean? With $200 billion Harold Hill, culminated In an '
'will apparently were Wilbur (Red) Neal and his wife.County swamp.
deficits looming ahead, that "last White House position on taxes apparently i
have to wait until after I'
resort" might be closer than Mr. .
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Reagan would like to admit. "
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CC Membership Drive : 1't: ; fT:{:1'' :" tj" ,.;. Fish Fry Set !
I ,1 1 As I mentioned last week, it's time to be
Start'"Strive ''',,f': thinking;about fall vegetable gardening.You .
Off to Good ;ri rVJ" should be planning and taking care of c For August 31 .}

some of the preliminary work right now. "
'\,, After you've chosen a good garden site (a 'I''
for More in '84" is the Starke- Chamber is to continue .'to act i as a spot with full sun all day or for as long as A combined political rally and fish 1
and possible)',and,when you've decided which fry will be held at the Thoreau com' 1
Chamber of Commerce catalyst (or: progress improvementwe
Bradford County ,
varieties!of vegetables you'll plant, you munity center on Friday. Aug. 31. t
Drive theme cur- will need the continued support' four This 'Is the
Membership need to take paper and pencil in hand and only political rally f
rently underway and "going great", according current members as well. as the sup- actually make a detailed scale diagram of scheduled in the county at the pre- /
to drive chairman Steve'Den- port of new members." your garden. The proper garden design sent time and is sponsored Jointly by i
4 : can spell the difference,between success the Theressa Volunteer Fire Depart- .
mark. More than thirty new members'have mailed !
the
Letters have been by and failure. ment and the' Bradford County "
been enrolled since the drive chamber to the 210' prospective Democratic Committee. l
started August 1 and more are expected in- Your garden plan should include several ,
businesses
many members including
the, location the In ,
things: ; a joint
crop announcement, Wayne
before the big push ends, August dividuals, civic groups, and churches"all amount to be plantedand the variety of Jlersey, president of the Thoreau:

31. of whom have a stake in the future of each vegetable you intend to grow. Try to ,VFD. and Terry: Brown,chairmanof t,

The drive'theme is very appropriateat the county and its four municipalities.Ten plan your garden so"crops" that will be ...' the Democratic, Committee,. said '
planted on about the same date and reach fish suppers will be served starting
this particular time, with so much going members the chamber Boardof maturity at about the same time,are close harVest 1'0 have fresh produce over a at 6 p.m.., and speeches by ,candidates -
on for the benefit of Starke and Governors have volunteered to make together.By setting up different groups,or long period, plant smaller amounts of the .. will begin at 7:30 p.nu,
Bradford County that the current personal contact with these prospective blocks, within the garden, you'll be able to same crop at 10 to 14-day intervals.This is
keep the whole garden.an production as a particularly good idea with crops that Each candidatewiiibeallotedfive
chamber news letter filled four full members and explain the benefit f of much as possible, have a short period of peak quality such as 'minutes to speak and win appear In

pages noting activities in the Blue Chip chamber membership. Prizes will be beans sweet corn-and peas. You,might 'order of the printed.... ballot.. ', I .
Community Highway volunteers who bring Within each block. arrange crops by also prolong the season for a crop by planting :- \
program, awarded to the three -
All the
low like net
plant size,,Put growing vegetables two or more varieties that have different proceeds from fish try ,
Beautification committee Downtown in the most members, .,with jh'stprize radishes, turnios mustard and lettuce maturity dates Be sure plant will go for support of the Theressa' '
Progress Committee, plans for the new being a >weekend for two at the ,along one side..Plant those that will reach:' sweet corn in blocks. rather than you single Volunteer Fire Department .*.,:*...', c."
open house", get-togethers for Sheraton on Palm Coast. A reception medium height like peppers,squash, bush'beans 'rows. This will give better pollination;and .'1\'. ,.. ,.'...' ..
Chamber 'members and ,all ', '' ,, and so on. in:the middle of the more ,,' '
1 will be held to orientate ; new help you produce corn. ., ,. ,
block. JUU vegetables
?; growing
anJother And.)put '
$ business improvement awards: members: at'the' chamber office' in such as sweet corn pole beans.and stake It's a 'good Idea to' put crops tike ) "

events.' September.So tomatoes along the other side. By doing strawberries that, span' more than one Mets| Chip Program ,. '
started there ;, this you avoid having the low growing ,growing season to one side of the garden. <<. Aug. 21, : 'h", ;:
Before the drive were word "It's ",
the good
spread (
vegetables stuck in 'the shade of taller Otherwise they might get in the way'otseasonal ,
J 210 businesses in Bradford County that business to belong ,to the ,Chamber.," plants. Run the rows!north and south so cultivation of other plants. Be "'WH&al kickoff 'meeti \, a ,'

;. were non-members of the Chamber of Any business, individual or.civic group each row will, receive the, .same amount of sure to leave plenty of room between rows gjw Chip Community =
j Commerce. The goal of the drive is to that happens 'to be missed by the sun. so you can work easily" with.'whatever, tools" 'Aug.new from 5 to p.m.
21 at the Chsmbei'ofCorn'
need to :
; cut that figure at least in half. As the volunteers may, help insure,the successof Remember,,thatyou! can plant two or you use. merce. ',, ..

BOWS letter says, "Our entire county has the drive by calling, the' chamber, a single row as long as theyrequire It's best'to! design from your garden so you, Leaders who. have agreed to'ales lr." ,
the same spacing'You can can rotate crops year to year.: If you the six .v
.i a huge ,potential for progress, and is 964-5278 or Chairman. Denmark, avoid growing the same crop;or the same mall.* commINetis will .' ,
',' even mix crops la the same row. For example on their memberships \: ',
ourselves. U the ; "
limited. only by 9645827. coats interplant a fast growing type of crop, in the same spot more than' activltia''Refreshments be (.\ .
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,, crop I like.radishes with a rowingcrop. once every three years; you reduce: .served "- ,j ,';' :
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Linda Richardson and Gary Byam .
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Marry July 7 in British Columbia Sid 'Oj W. $ i

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Linda, Dale Itichardnon, daughter wreath of pink rosebuds with baby's .... ;; :
-. of Mr and Mrs. Tillman Richardson.of ; breath and carried a bouquet of Gladys Mooty Society Editor f' ); r r1

Starke, and Gary Byam, son of a white flowers mixed with pink g8:0ri "'\-1. ''"
Mr. and Mrs Edward Byam of Sar- rosebuds and white streamers. J( ; ., ,'
diK, British Columbia,were united In After the wedding a sit-down lunch ,
marriage July 7, at 11 a.m. In First for 26 guests was held at Danielle's ;,
United Church, White Rock, British Restaurant. Green plants and white ', j
Columbia with Rev. Mollie Williams tapered candles decorated the' .
performing the nuptials. T-shaped tables With a bouquet of Parties Honor Wedding Couple L
Gloria Doubleday presented a program pink carnations and daisies placedin :

Highlighting of nuptial the music. Juices front of and the,bride and with groom.crackers\\ .,'.-,: Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Paramore of The dinner was held at the home of with red and white cloths. The Sit
altar were two arrangements pate Marianna entertained at a rehearsal the brother and sister-in- guests included the wedding party
of white and i were served the guests until the groom's I."
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carnations on either side.mums pink bride and groom arrived. ,'dinner Saturday night Aug. 4, for law, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Paramore. and out-of-town guests. ;
J their son,John, and fiancee, Jolene in Marianna.The smoked steak dinner
Ray Byam attended his brother as Karen Mcintyre cut the two layer ,
O'Steen following the couple's wedding served under a carnival- -
best cake that was was
man and Jeff Byam, brother of cream wedding !
the decorated with flowers and ) rehearsal. type tent at picnic tables covered
pink top-
groom was an usher.
On ,.
Sunday morning, Aug. 5, a
Miss Mary Richardson served her ped with a bride and groom.. I
brunch at 10 the
sister as maid of honor. She wore a t Following a wedding trip to Vic- ,,. MsJart Corbett Hosts Rehearsal DinnerThe bride's godfather a.m. wan Mr given and by Mrs. :
pink taffeta gown with fitted bodice toria and other cities on the Van- Willie Hinson also In Marianna.The .
and sleeves. couver Islands, the couple Is Maurice ,Williams and Mrs. Bill
puff She wore a wreath Fellowship Hall of the Starke 45 guests Included the bride's
!. of pink and white flowers in her hair residing In White Rock, B.C. Church of God was the setting for the 'Johnson. attendants and out-of-town guests.
and carried a bouquet<< of pink Mr.and Mrs.Gary Byam Among the guests were the bride's rehearsal dinner for Dawn ChIlson
flowers mixed with baby's breath. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman and Glenn Corbett .
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Given in marriage by her father shaped in front and back, along with Richardson of Starke and Carrie and The long on Aug.tables .
were
the bride wore a white satin gown puff sleeves., She wore a pearl Wilbur Ford, of Lake City, aunt and covered with T-shaped cranberry colored VOTE TO ELECT ,. t
with lace trimmed fitted bodice that necklace with matching bracelet .uncle,of the bride, who drove' to cloths. The head table was centered 1 r
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baby's breath and cranberry roses Mitchell ropT1\ 'i f
interspersed with two brass deer
and brass butterflies. The other. _
I.. CrosbyReunion This WeekendFamily tables held brass candlesticks with f
burning cranberry tapers centered County ; E
with a three-tiered brass candelabra

members of the late Philip munity Center from 10 a.m. until to make introductions, discuss surrounded with brass butterfliesand Commissioner ; I
A. "Uncle Phil"Crosby and ClarissaM. about 3 p.m. All family'membersand events of the past year, Introduce brass cranes in pairs. ;
Bragg Crosby are scheduled to friends are Invited to attend and 'families and make plans for the new' gather Saturday and Sunday Aug. to bring a covered dish of food. year to include election of officers. attendants during the evening. ;
18-19. for their 41st annual familyreunon. Between 150 and 175 or more people The following committees were Hostesses for the dinner along District : .,
are expected to attend based on appointed by Philip. Nichols, current with Ms. Corbett were Jerry I.
On-the first day of'the reunion, previous attendance records. chairman: Magyar!, Mr and Mrs. J.C. Griffis ; ,
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Saturday, Aug. 18. family members Further information may be obtained Time &Place: Hilda Driggers and Mr.and Mrs. Royce Joyner,Mr.and He cares and will 1. /,,
have planned a peanut boiling from by calling Ruby Brannon Mitch Brannen, Lake Butler; Mrs. S.J. O'Steen, Helen Wells, have the ''
2-6 p.m. at the "old Philip Crosby Janet Carter Philip Nichols Patsy Peanut boiling: Wright Crosby'and always ; I
place" at Brooker, where Richard Lawson or Al Crosby in Starke; Sue Hugh Crosby, Tifton Ga. and Old You Know.,........< Interest '.of the: I t
Crosby Hugh B. Crosby Jr. and Davis in Brooker, or Estelle Brooker; History and Publications: .I" ;
Ballard Wilson underwent
Marilyn Crosby :Vellenga and their Tilghman or Pasco Mott in Marilyn Vellenga of Brooker and ''' Rev. in North Florida people at heart. :
families live. Gainesville.At Barbara Foster of Gainesville; .sUrgery Wednesday
The Sunday reunion has been noon Sunday Aug. 19 families Secretary-Treasurer: Eudene Regional Hospital. I'
scheduled for the Lake Butler Com- and friends will hold a brief meeting Rowan of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Little, On September 4 ,

1 David and Tiffany of Wilmington .. '
him
Delaware, former Starke residents. Give a chance to serve. you. "
are visiting friends In Starke this PD P01.ADY' ,(temocnt.H I
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Jr..Sr. Tournament'. Hunter Reunion) Jana Dee Whaley, '
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At Country Club Sunday, Aug 26 Jerry Lee Revels, Jr. ) .
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Sunday Aug. 19 : i
The 22nd annual William Miles To Wed Sept. 15 .

The Junior-Senior tournament will Hunter reunion will be held at the G 1. .'. .,; '., .,

be held Sunday Aug. 19, at the Live Oak Agriculture Building/ pa Mr.,formerly and Kirs'of Starke Tom Whaley,announce of Tam-the :!i! }' ': '
Starke Golf and Country Club: Newburn Road, between the National and : ; ; ., : :
engagement approaching mar :
call Guard Armory and the Live '
Bring your own partner or .
riage of their daughter,Jana Dee.to
Oak Woman's Club,Sunday,Aug.26, c \G '
club manager. Herb Herres, today. Lee Revels ; .; ,
at noon. Jerry ,Jr.,son of Mr.and If homeis :
Thursday at 964-5441,'and" he will. arrange Bring a basket lunch to be eaten Mrs., Jerry L. Revels, Sr.of Tampa. your '.' .
one for you. > follow. after ours' business meeting. Come The wedding is planned for Sept. destroyed 'i"V :.
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A cookout is planned 15, at 4 Town and Country !
meet relatives. C
Members are requested to call today your Church :)
Baptist in affordto .
Tampa.
.. for registration. can you .tI'>)'! t

Did You Know........... Leto The High bride-elect School and graduated is employed from by rebuild? .' ',' '( If

cr.i. and..Mrs...J,.Cc. Hobbs apr,, K-Mart, in Tampa. i' .,roT h',
Musical Concert1" rD,1lurur.p j i i H \ 1. 2
,,; "Mr. Revels Is a graduate' of Kirlg'School" J i VaIU' tIP 914 : t ,.,C.4I"' U 1 tsl 1dtS t$9/ f
1tr 1 'F.rltr. thrl"I.w..J: ht .;."A .fWOerahdartrWhursdaylrnoraingnerMrs. --'Iigh and'wM>mphwwH I >yJ'WteriPftut6'W QI>1 Hart ; :> '' ; 3:3
v' ?-ni eflw sari-nl balm'-'y'W. J! 'T1! s"1 "* > <'?:' TWrijftff* ,i (**u on***" 11960 )'OII'Cp"I1I. ( i 1'ly,1s.. ,xa. : I'" ,
.-"Hobbs' sister. -Mrs. Theo- All friends and relatives are In'1Vlted I. ilt: f ypur ho Is de. FAMCfOTHOOVER() Co .
The '
Christian
Heirs Gospel Baldwin, in Amerlcus, Ga. to attend. stroyed( ,Valu-Rite's fuU'valle
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I Quartet of Ocala will be at the First feature .
". Christian Church of Starke Sunday Mrs.Marcia Welch and children of ........., will replacement the full ." '
the first of the Did You Know. pay: ;
August 26, at 7 p.m. to perform In a Savannah, Ga. spent : :
musical concert.Refreshments. week with her parents,Dr. !and Mrs. cost: to rebuild It-at : .
Mrs. tla Rain of Chlefland is \ "
and Xt.L. Haynes Jr. spending today's construction! \
fellowship will
two weeks with Mrs. J.G. UPRIGHT
Regardless of
follow the prices.
concert. Everyone is cordially 'Jackson.
also had
Jackson
invited to attend. Judge and Mrs.Buzzy Green spent Mrs. as your policy's limits. I
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and of last
brother guests Monday Tuesday All Steel Agitator,
Friday to Sunday with her week Powell and and Don't risk 1 losing your'home
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Jill son undervalued
; to Big Disposable Bag
.Charles In Myrtle Beach Melanie Allen and daughter, Nancy,
B-U Realtors S.C. Godfrey of Chiefland. Nancy .stayed with insurance. pemand, Adjusts to All CarpetsFull
Rhonda ',Sue Alvarez for the remainder The HartforcEsValuRite : '
Hold Outing of the week. protection for Time Edge Cleaning ,
i 'Vacation Bible School, 'your home-7-and your Famous Hoover Quality' o
Mr. and Mrs. Delano ,Thomas Apostomtic Truth peace of mind. :
were hosts for the Bradford-Union Evergreen Baptist United Pentecostal ChurchN.E. Don't'make a decision ;
Board of Realtors and friends annual State Road 129 y Uwtey 2nd Sr.. Lowley Florida on hortieowners Reg. 109.95 ,
"Summer Outing"Saturday at PMar_...W.Bright .TS2.1301
j their beautiful home on Kingsley Aug. 13.17 6:30-9 Sunday Morning .. 10 AM insurance without a ;
Sunday Ivmlna WorshIp'6:30 PM quote from us.
Lake: Children thru Adults *
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Thursday Worship 7:30 PM $9995
.Excellent music was enjoyed by
fro* Horn* Blbla Study
I the guests throughout the afternoonon ACTS 2l3S SAiAVATION HODOESInsurance'
the deck facing the lake. Musi Com Worship With Us ,
clans included Carol Blakewood of ,
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St. Augustine on the guitar; Don ;Agency .
Grooms, Instructor of Music at the ,
University of Florida on guitar; Don Back. to ,School ,Specials -'' 9644571101A ,
O'Neal of Kingsley Lake on fiddle;,
and Delano Thomas on the guitar. 0 Q Edwards Road Hoover Spirit l1 J
Mr. and Mrs. 'Thomas were ,"a2. HOOVER [
assisted in preparing the barbecued Off i AUTO LIFE MOBILE HOMES Portable Canister I

chicken,.baked beans slaw garlic ail; HOMEOWNERS DIRT-CUP) Vacuum ::
j bread by Mark "Chuckle" Reddish,
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Vickie & Robin would like to invite "
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I' and Hampton.
Waymon 1 VI Qt. Bag t
: you,to .the?New' X. 95 -
$179
I Mr*. Frank Durranc ; Bradford, Barber ShopIn THE HARTFORD. I
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107rd._ Rood 964-5030 Headlight
j Mrs. Frank' Durrance f.
washonored
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! at a stork shower Tuesday 3 qt. dust cup r
.night. Aug. 7. given by Mrs. Dick Dual edge-

I Sapp, Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Mrs/ .
'Thornton Johns, Mrs. Bishop REMINDER. cleaning
Myrick,Mrs.Pete Dukes, Mrs.Dennis I 4 position .ConceptOne I
Burkhalter, Mrs. Rudolph Hutchinson I '
; Mn. Owen Alvarez,' Ms. carpet select I;
Landa Koistlnsen and Mrs. Mark Steel agitator '
Moody at the home of the latter. : BEA ,MEMBERS Reg. f249.95
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Games with'prizes were played ,
during the party hour and '
I refreshments'served! The refresh- '

ment table was covered with a white .Candidate screening and endorsement I'fj$22995, .. .,
''J'I lace cloth and centered with a pink' : \ ; : t
silk baby flower arrangement.
'. I. Among the gifts the honoree: was CLEANING ,
I. given a handmade memento : meeting Present will be: Superintendent -'-- UPRIGHT t

.: book put together by Connie Moody. MONET

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""f I.'.O'. C.I.brat.s Chrlstoph.rHobbs'' ; F"rapcis.Also State House, candidates We,.Carry'Genuine Hoover Bags':& Belts :

Second Birthday .

, :Ai\ i Christopher Hohbs,son of Mr, and George Crady Frank 'Williams and. 'F.L.. t

Mrs. Johnny Hobbs celebrated his .t
< -r .second birthday Saturday, July 28. DENMARKFURNITURE
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..5'' ried out in the-bilckyarddeCOfationJ. 43,4' W. Call Street Starke, Florida
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I>;,; > ; Assumes Management, of Draw Tite, Co. as Bob, Firth Retires, ;

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t) ) ItoWt'E.iltobi' Klrth is announcing specifically to open this branch. r Texas and New Jersey to attend. were enjoyed by all.the employees Hilton It was" attended "by'famliy'
f '" hiK! retirement as the the company In 1952. Gifts were presented following. the and guests. Gifts were again members including Mr. Firth's son,
.. ; e.i'uthwiitern! !; Regional Manager of Draw-Tile Company held a retire- dinner and toasts presented. Lt Cmdr Barry E. Firth of Norfolk, -
l Uraw-Tite Company and will be suc- ment party at the Airport Hilton Upon arrival back 'in Starke last Wednesday, Aug. is, Mr. Firth Va., Who is home on leave.. ,. I
vt'cdod! by'J.C. Dukes. Hotel lln Jacksonville. J.C. Dukes accompanied Friday, Mr. Firth was feted by the was honored by his daughter and '' a{ !
It-:Nl: Mr, Firth has.been the Southeast Mr. Firth to Jacksonvilleto employees here in Starke at a surprise son-in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ely, .
:. i > )1legionafManager, based in Starke, join the management personnelwho party planned by Mr. and Mrs. and grandson Beau of Starke, at a Mr. Firth and his wife, Marilyn,
,,, I .for! :3 J? years! having come here had flown here from Michigan, J.C. Dukes. Cake and champagne dinner party given at the Gainesville intend continue residing in Starke.

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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hardenbrook Rick Jackson graduated from Attending the wedding of Jolene 'Esther B. Ellerson and Betty S. I
j Genereus of Wcstfield, spent the weekend with her parents, Temple Theological Baptist O'Steen 5 in Marianna to John Paramore on Aug. Hutson received bachelor of arts in II I II I
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Robert Green. sons, Douglas and Jeremy, who had degree Cum Laude. Rick is the son Mrs. Robert Moore and from the University of North Florida J.C. Dukes, :
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spent Friday to Sunday in Arcadia,
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Airman William A. Summerlin, Decorated with Medal
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Base, Texas, after completing Air of Lillie Carter of Orange Parkuhag' ::.:t,
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merlin, will now receive spnojalizcd Achievement Medal at Fort Knox,
instruction In the medical s-jrvlccs! Ky. '
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received.special training in human specialist with the 194th Armored ;
relations.In Brigade His wife, Patricia, is the,,
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"'I 1.' spending the night in I'eiisatola, the choir drove to Clinton, La for another. Back Itow: pirector Bill Floyd Bo Durban Chuck Goodowns/Oonna :., ;' l .V, ,
performance at the Plank Road' Baptist Church Tuesday evening. Wolfe Stephanie 'Kigby. Vicky ioodowns, .Lori"-Clark and. Pianist'Judy E;e '1' ." r.
Wednesday included a tour' of the New Orleans! Baptist Theological Gooflitwnit. '' ft'\ '" P
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Rlverview' Baptist Church, whose pastor is Chuck Register of Starke. Vicki McKinney.The .
Thursday was! spent at the World's Fair; in New OrleanL'Thef: ; group music,included 10 songs by the choir, a trio (Scott Duncan Beth
J ,I' made the long trip back home Friday.'d, '; McKinney and David Floyd), two solos (Chuck and Vickie Goodowns)
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'A r :the t 'College.Fall term Registration at Santa Is presently College Composition, Fun- :.,... ............................................... Call and ask us about it.

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,,' bt 1)rl"L\lIi1ri'' #Nttmd'ta"mb of Waldo.' Mater* Mowry ,of:Hampton, Games were AT&T :;telephone Company for 31 daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Aug. 1 by a surprise birthday party
"'Z I jlhiHMN Isi1'I9I: ;; nul great grandmother Is Mrs., M.r.l played and refreshments were serv- years and we wish him a happy Ed Fitzpatrick of Pensacola. They at 'the Oasis Lounge attended by
'-.' l lamb of. Enterprise, Ala. attended the New Orleans World Exposition -
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'. Arrivuls.... ed at the party attended by relatives retirement! family members and friends
: Mrs.
Mr. and
on Thursday.
and friends.
Also serving as
' J SlcphunU*:.Murk Menu: Tiffany Karl(ilatlirux hostesses at the shower were Mrs. Luncheon at Scoggins... Henry Spell visited their ion,
I .John I'hilip and Karen Meng of J.D. and Marlene Gladieux of Jo Williamson and Mrs.. Alice Faye Ruth Meng and Sallye Scog ins Steven, who is stationed with the Lunch Menus
,I Cherry Point, N.C., proudly an Starke are the proud parents of a Waters. hosted a covered dish luncheon Aug. Navy In Pensacola, over the Bradford County Middle
;' nounce the arrival of their daughter, baby girl Tiffany Karl. She was The baby gifts received were 9 at the home of the latter. Ladies weekend and brought Judy's and all elementary schoolsikur.day School'
, ,1 i Stephanie Marie. She was born at born at Alachua General Hospital. transported this week to the home of who attended discussed plans for the mother Mrs. Lefebvre, home with ,
AUlJu.IIIHlamburaa.: on Bun '
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"II 1 the Newl>ern, N.C. Hospital on Gainesville, on August 8, weighing 7 John and Karen Meng in Cherry St. Edward's" Parish Bazaar them. A plckH, trench fries,peaches milk
r '. : August 7, weighing 7 Ibs. 10 3/4 oz. Ibs. 13 oz. and measuring 20 inches. Point N.C. by Mrs.Lamb for the use scheduled for Nov. 2 in the Parish Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade and Fld.y.> August M: Plszs garden salad,fruit tup,
"I- ('it. ", Paternal grandparents are. Paul Paternal grandmother is of their daughter, Stephanie Marie. Hall. Handmade arts and crafts Kelly enjoyed the week's visit of cinnamon roll milk
'" \\.7 I and !Ruth of fake Domenica Gladieux of Starke. items were displayed by some of the their grandchildren Cindy and Bradford County High School
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Paternal great grandmother Party,, 15 attending. Donald Greg Slade of Buford, S.C.
I / :t\ Maternal grandparents are Steven'Lawtey Mae Logan of Swanton, Ohio. Thursday Augwl H: : Hamburger on Bun l lecture
'S. : Maternal grandmother is Joe Riddick was honored at a sur Vacationers' :.. August Birthdays... pickle trench hiss,peaches,cookie,milk
prise retirement given July 7 ', Pizza,garden salad' ,fruit
ltIay.Augint M: cup,
Marcelline of Hampton. party 1-Clinton Brown Aug.
\ Campbell by his children, 'Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick and Aug. ; cinnamon rail, milk '
Maternal great grandmother is Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cassie of 2-ClaIre Brunetti; Aug. S-Tommy
Danny Riddick, at the Cooper Joined a group ALA-CARTE,
Clifford Prevatt of Hampton.Grandmother's and Mrs. James Starling;
News Lake friends Meng
/ Hampton home of the latter. some 30 recently for a trip to
j Shower... Some 40 friends and co-workers the Chattooga River where they en- Aug. 7-Cassie' Carter; Aug. 9-Jennie Thur.d,y-H mt>urger french trim, pin,
enjoyed the cookout, boating, water joyed white water rafting. Rhea, Mike 'Mowry, Gene Joyner milkshakes.KrldayChetieburgen. "
.' I by Elisabeth: Terry Mrs. Ruth Meng and Mrs. Nelma skiing, volleyball and hore shoe pit Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned and Dolores Meng; Aug. 10-Tlmmy ... pine, french C"III.mllk..k. '. ',' ,
S phone 712.3:4)0) Lamb were guests of honor at a ching. Danny entertained with trick home Sunday after three months Slateri; Aug. U-Melissa Williams; .j '

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'": Mrs. Annette Thornton and ,t -'f,
children Clearmont this ,"
spent ')
j week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. "(
t Gloria Crews and family: \, ,','".
I Mr. and Mrs. Benton 'Futch of ,
I Starke were Thursday night supper "
guests of their aunt Miss Elizabeth
Terry, 'and their brother and sister-
", in-law,. Mr.,and Mrs. Ralph Futch.
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They will return to school at
Graceville on Monday.The .
ladies of the First Baptist iBfimID9d
r Church were hosts for' a bridal
i shower for Mrs. Rhonda Tilloison on
Tuesday, Aug. 7, in the Fellowship w Eais
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Hall.There were 53 persons present. on ir
After playing four games Mrs.

,;, Tillotson refreshments opened were her served.gifts, then

;, Mr. and Mrs./'Johnny Jenkins of
,. PRICES & COUPONS EFFECTIVE THURS.
: ; Hilliard were Wednesday dinner ,
1 guests of their mother Mrs. O.J. AUG. 16 THRU WED., AUG. 22,1984.GROCERIES.

I 5'j'; i Anders.Roena Michelle and James

Ceballos of Jacksonville were Saturday = MEATS
I and Sunday guests of their

".;'j 1, Crapse.grandparents Mr. and Mrs. M.D.

',I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice and I
4. I family of Dunnelton, Julius Eunice 'GatoradeThirst 4Q.OZ COOKED! BREADED FAMILY' SIZE PKQ. '
f"j; of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice On-Cor Patties $119 ., : ,
: \ of Lake City were weekend guests of .... A :
their parents,,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Quencher ;
r.1 Eunice 99 SMOKED OR POLISH $169 ChickenU.S.D.A. 1,'
r .' Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of LEMON-LIME, ORANGE !;
!J Jacksonville Beach were Sunday OR PUNCH Mr. Turkey Sausage LB j

f.1 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ..' 'R
: McCulley. WORCESTERSHIRI .
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j I'i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and Heinz Bauce . .. .' ., ate ,.89 U.S.DA TOP CHOICE FRESHLY FAMILY $189' ', ,;
family went to Safety Harbor Tuesday ClEANER Ground Chuck SIlE. ,

V' Amie to Starling get their, as her granddaughter mother, Mrs., Glass Pius . ,.. . .; zzoz'1..29': HEAT& EAT CHICKEN, 3LBAVG. 8.: .;;\
:1 Robin Starling, had to go to Largo VAN CAMPS k CHUNKS OR PATTIES PKG.

: Medical Center Hospital at Clear Beaneo Weeneo ,. ', > 2 '*oz 1.OO,, 1402 $259
water. Mr. and Mrs.'Jerre Starling VAN CAMP x' 'Tysons Fried Chicken PKa ,

\( came Friday and will go back Sunday Pork & Beans . .' ,....3351.19. ",
J' and will carry Amie back with 5 5 HEAT &SERVE .
: them. PANTRY PWDBWaffle 5 ,' MR. GLOUCESTER GOLDEN BROWN Boneless u.s.DA,..
1 Mr and Mrs. Fleam Starling are Syrup ., . ," ? zoz .99 v Fried Fish 2LB $139 TOP CHOICE '
:'1 moving to Wildwood next week. We SUNSHINE R OR UNSALTED ..: Sticks PKG. .,.' : '
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,f hate to have them leave us as they Krlspy Saltines . . . 110Z .99 Chuck ,' ."
,, 4.. have lived in our 'county most of .... .. -.. ,,J.K. BRAND. THIN. CUT. .$ 99 859. ,\ ) ,
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their live > m. m "I) i iMri'iaitA wNnESww+os0a h < 01ol& '" '- 2 ,"""',,"1'' '!"" '" m"" t "I ; ,:. ..,.
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family of Jacksonville visited their _t' .. ) J.B. ,
,.4, mother,' Mrs. Wilma Wainwright, 3 Diamonds Pineapple oz,' J69 --CUMBERLAND SMOKED OR $
.; and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright '4 ] PLANTATION BRAND .
and family of Lakeland visited their : Polish Sausage La 12OZPKG.Jl '
mother, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright, Sliced
over the weekend and both families Bumble Bee
i attended their grandmother's, Mrs. PURE PORK La99 V BRFAKFAST $ 19 "

Mabel Wainwright birthday party ft', CHUNK LIGHTTuna Old Tome Sausage ,
; on Saturday at Kingsley Lake. Bacon
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I Friday, Mrs. Hester Hicks and ,r. LAND 61 FROST.sMOKED
f daughters, Mrs. Bettie Wolfe and 6.!>OZCAN
Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter, Turkey Ham $159
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the with her LB Boneless FAMILY .
t Nancy spent day son-
size PKQ
w, in-Iaw.and daughter, Mr.,and Mrs. c FROZEN RED SNAPPER, UNDERBLADE
\ Floyd Martin of South?:Daytona. TURBOT OR HADDOCK S '
r Mrs. Bettie Wolfe returned home on WATER 59 $199 California $ '
5 5i Saturday after spending a week with OR OIL Fish Fillets, WRAPPED CELLO
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i her mother Mrs. Hester Hicks. Steaks ..US.OA
Willie Green of Starke, and his LB TOPCHCHCeSuver795 '
TENDER
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and UMIT,ONE WITH A $7.50. OR'MORE" "FOOD ORDER TASTY '6 SLICE PKG.
i Mrs. Ralph Futch, carried their
daughter, Karen Futch, to Black COOKJES
1 i Mountain; N.C.to Start school there. Nabisco Oreo's .., > ,;s. aooz 1.99 .DAIRYIDEUII
} i They will return'home on Wednes- NABISCO vt ,
; Cookie Break. ..y.
day.On r i oz 1.79 < i
Saturday'afternoon about 20
GRANDMA RICH CHEWV cio CMW,PECAN PANTRY
*CHOC PRIDE PURE ""
; persons treated Mrs. Annie Mae CHIP,ROCKY ROAD OR FUOOE HALF GAL CTN.
I Crews with a.birthday supper on her Fri Lay Cookies. Orange
birthday. ,, soz 1.49 ,
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; Henry Hodges and daughter HFFT ''r'' BKERY Juice $15 ,

L Sarah, and Mrs. Sheila,Wilkerson, Com Muffin Mix r .' r,4 4' esos 1.00 PANTRY PRIDE! \ _- S '"
t attended the Stock Car races at Lake LAWN a LEAF y I.'

City Speedway on Saturday night. Glad Bags '. : ;; -.' c1.99 King :size BreadTWpUTER LWtfT a UVELV "
J Mrs. Pauline DeVore and grand- 1 .a92O.Z"
a oz Cottage Cheese.
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daughter, Angle and Teresa Patterson -
,) spent three ',days at St. French's Mustard+ > . . .89 PANTMV Pflioe cwOZ

Augustine Beach last week., 3' 1$149 Cream Cheese. ". . ::: .7.ff" ,j' ,
',4 i Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts, of LOAVES 8HREOOEO MOZZAREOA .'
t, Fort Lauderdale. and their sons, Franks t Sargento's Cheddar. KS IOZ'1.39 :'
Douglas and David, were Sunday !
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dinner of their PAK AX1UIOOSAilvAAlETY V "
: guests grandmother 'Sodas HoI "uns..2 89 '
':i and great grandmother,Mrs. Rossie ad1YlOUIRE Cottage,Cheese. ;, ? adi5189 r:
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I, Reddish.Miss Martha Smith returned from, ALL FLAVORS+ Bad r . .,2. Lava'DOE 1.39 :' -
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".j fi Aug.worked 18, at Chattanooga,.Tenn. She r'ench Stick Bread ,ooz ..99 Dogs .
3 as a summer missionary. R : ,
Miss Smith gave us a'talk on the !fASHIONliD' -' ; ,
4 work being done over there, seal .,. .,. e ;.p K1.19'. NUdaa ecsg- : i\' t
Mr, and Mrs. Bill Scott ana new scar Mayer 7 :.>
baby Autumn,of Orlando spent the Ham, '. { S-1 ;
; weekend with their parents Mr.and (7 'AMERICAN OUAUTf -.. 1 ,. MQ

: Mrs.;Ray Rosier. '-s? ,L keg: Sliced. H m'mnytend ',.,,i-': .,, "Imj ,,., \.

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IJ I' Two: Petitions for Rezonmg. Rejected by Starke ,Zoning Board I


.' ): Two petitions for rezoning and one zoning regulations, however, single Zoning Director L.M. Gaines desired the rezoning in order to Family Residential to -'RSF-MH 'community projects, mainly youth I
request for lot size variance were family residences require one-half stated that the Musics did.have an'' place four mobile homes on the two- (conventional home and mobile activities.The operation started last II
t denied Tuesday night by the City acre (20,000 square feet). alternative location to build.' their acre site. Under the present OP Zoning home mix). Miller was representedby April and the corporation has contributed
f Zoning Board and the Board of Ad- Grandfathered-in structures cannotbe home since they owned a lot:' cross one-half acre is required for his son, John M Miller, who said $2,000 to community youth '
J! justment. The special meeting was replaced with new construction the street that met all) necessary re each unit. Kallos said the units the petitioner wished to replace his organizations, Including the All
i held due to lack of a quorum on the unless a lot size variance is granted. quirements. Music :replied, would be occupied by personnel grandfathered-in single-wide mobile Sports Club he said.
seven-member zoning board at the Harold Hill, president of the Santa however, that he did not' actually assisting him in operating the bingo home for a doublewide.The Also denied was a petition by
'I' regular meeting, July 26. Fe Lake Dwellers Association, opposed own this property, since he'was still games. application was denied on the Sankey M. Miller for rezoning one-
I Jerry C. Music's request for a lot the variance stating that San- making payments on It. Purpose of the corporation, he grounds that it would necessitate half acre off Northeast 13th St.,
1 variance at Santa Fe Shores was re ta Fe Lake is now designated as an Music only recourse now is said, was to raise. funds to assist spot-zoning. south of Highway 16. from Single
; jected in a unanimous vote by the Outstanding Florida Water and that through appeal to the Circuit Court, .. -
five-member Board of Adjustment regulations are even more stringentin since decisions of the BoardrofAdjustment I
; following strong opposition from preventing pollution of the lake are not subject to review I'
several Santa Fe Lake property than they were in the past. He said by the County Commission.. >, '
owners, who said the high density in that a row of undersized 60x70 foot Kallos Petition Denied Chair Wash, Maintenacne Promotion Set I
I the area was causing pollution and lots, Including Music's, were '
; I other sanitary problems. grandfathered-in before the county At the Zoning Board meeting held
Music desired to replace his pre- had zoning, and that six houses in earlier, the rezoning petition of Gust i A wheel chair wash under a high Wheel chairs need to be washed site; I
sent home, which was this location are on one acre of land, Kallos, of 509 Center St., Starke, was pressure cleaner and minor and serviced, just like cars, says Foster Home Health Center dealsin
i, "grandfathered-in" on a 60x70 foot whereas each house would now be denied on two acres off Griffis Loop, maintenance and adjustments will spokesperson Lucinda Lawson rental and sales of durable
lot,with a new home. Under present required to have one-half acre. adjoining the former Moose Lodge .be offered free of charge Saturday, The free wash and maintenance of medical equipment, such as wheel
building, from Open Rural to RSif- Aug. 18, at Foster Home Health wheel chairs will be done from 9 chairs and hospital beds, and
t MH (single family residence and Center (formerly Patient Care a.m. to 3 p.m. at the business at 503 respiratory services, according toMs
mobile home mix). Florida 'and Respiratory Services) SW 2nd Ave. in Gainesville. Flags Lawson.
Kallos said he and others had in Gainesville. and banners will guide visitors to the .
formed a non-profit corporation; ,
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L POLITICAL RALLY BCYA, Inc., to operate bingo games'in -, .
the former Moose! Lodge,, and he .11I

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FRANCIS
i Theressa Back to:' School Special

Superintendent
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Lt. "Working for the Best Interest
Community Center Western Shirts Entire Stock of You and Your Children"
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Supper Served 6:00: p.m. AS SUPERINTENDENT. I WILL, OPPOSEJ,: J .' '
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Donation: Adults *2.50 Children M.50 Ladies Blouses State mandates that continue to erode the responsibility of the
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Departmentand "
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Bradford County Democratic
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Executive Committee FABRIC Excessive testing for approximately seventy per cent of our '
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Come Out and Hear Your CandidatesONLY |Get the 2nd forsummer' Graduation requirements that will further} W late""th'e'l''student t'?;?

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!! Wilbur Waters Is qualified with 4 experience in '. j ji ':;'"..."',I..1 .(,I ,... I', ....
years I'' c'' '. ....',," RADYDear '.'1\1. .

i government, to be our next County Com. ,'1 IhI,, ,I'.t".'" II!.

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II Thank you for your lette of June 25th, In support of the Fernandina Beach architect;

Wilbur Waters does live in the city, but pledges to aural! survey grant application. The Council members were,. encouraged: to,learn ofyour
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'happy to Infarm..you.that following grants an impact inyour,

J.. .h I legislative district. were approved? / ., .1 ,. ,. /'",' '''
4 Wilbur Waters is a family man and cares about the ; 1, Fernandina Beach Architectural Survey I f' v '

1 his children j;, '. ''2. Fernandind! ,Beach Certified local.G vernmant Workshop S ,:,' ,1\}\
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t county' grow ,up ,. '. 3.Baker, Nassau & Duval Agricultural,Sites Survey '>'1" \
i< .t '4.: Call St. Commercial District Survey Starke' 'T (;> .'* '
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:'i ;; Wilbur Waters will fight for the people \ In fact, your district had more awardedl'.tKanjdny: :: !h r"Keglslatve' \( ict '!
the state/We, 'hope, t that will conttaueyo0 s\jpporfjr' sessfo intardethat
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i.I! Wilbur Waters will be a'' Countywide Commissioner, who. : 1 T9ursverytruly.',' i -. i-, ". t"V 1 "'-.V L{;= *. ,. ,!",i ;". ; 't,, t' '; ', '.1'' } '',;ifDonald ""

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q f : will listen to your problems, ,and then doj : Chairman D.SIesntck" ,II. .. ... ,..., ,''::,.", '" "; .' ;. '.t.. )I '.. ... l ", 4 1,( ''I" ''";'"'j.. .'-;'',).'i'.i >;: : .JI14". 't I.I',/;I"" i" .. ,"

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I Womeft; Settlers: Important. in Florida History.. r Lawton I I Mt + I

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The Importance of the Spanish settler Women In'the history; of Florida Is cast. Both shows are performed in the St Augustine Amphitheatre r on '! ;"
brilliantly :! by the female ; >' >;
portrayed actress In Crow and Sword, Hwy AlA South. '
Florida' 0 teJTlay-Thl8 outdoor drama, now in its 20th year In I i
the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, re-enacts the founding and early years Chiles
of the nation's oldest permanent play. M

When\Don pedro Menendez de Aviles formed his expedition to the New +
World, he signed on a group of courageous women who became a driving d Says ;
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force In the bUilding of the tiny settlement They worked alde-by.slde with 1 .,

j.the men,and had even greater responsibility when the soldiers were off to 1'w H 1
battle. Contrary to European traditional values, the women were given
greater freedom in their roles In the community. United
States Snat
The exciting plot of Cross and Sword encompasses the whole spectrumof

adventure, love, triumph, conflict, and sorrow accomplished with a r Washington, D.C. 20510

skillful blending of dance, music, special effects, and drama. 1 I 202/224-5274, .: _
Beginning in 1981, Cross and Sword associated artistically with Florida .. -
School of the Arts; Tony Walsh, acting dean. of "FloArU", is director for ,t+

the third year. A Military' War We Can't Seem to Win '

The play will run through August 18 every night except Sunday. Settler Women important in history. 1 ,
However, on Tuesday nights (only), instead of Cross and Sword, the play Cross and .. by Senator ChilesI
is Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream with the same talented Sword emphasize the Importance of Spanish women settlers
in the Official State Play, now In its 20th year In the St. Augustine Am. expect you heard about the$1,118 plastic caps for navlgator&stoos) in
phitheatre. military radar planes. In a store they would be worth 31 cents each. You
probably also read about 12-cent Allen for
.the wrench which the Air Force
amamummat ci.IHW CCUPONCaptain i......... paid $9,606 each. .,

FISH ft_ RPIP Two tender fish fillets II Then, there're the electronic diodes the Navy paid $110 for'when they

a UI r \ natural cut french fries II were available for four cents through its own supply system, and the 13
D' FOR n cent nuts that cost $2.043 each. ..... '
and 2
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style
6 $ 50 This sampling -- yea, there are other examples, unfortunately almost
II ONLY -I Puppies. II makes the deal the Navy got on claw hammers look good: only $433 each

a1Y4 little seafood Place 0IIe'oxplr.isiM/ Captain D'. n for $17 claw hammers But I'm not yet inclined to pin a good conduct

n atpanbslaepCopt.D'd amount trfUnit Ma..... .. e II It's all pretty dumbfounding and frustrating to me A few years ago I
worked for a couple of years with a federal commission studying how the
HOI .a..a.cw TH COUPON nmaiiiBmBiBimGa government purchases its goods and services. That led to some valuable

II FISH & FRIES Two tender fish fillets, ,M recommendations,and I authored legislation, which became law designed

FD4 natural cut french fries I to streamline government purchasing practices and.promote competition -
to gain better quality and Ravings
FOR
= $1 0 and 2 southern style hush TheDefense Department hierarchy lobbied against that legislationand

II ONLY puppies. M. after Congressional approval, resisted the ,guidelines and procedures .

n ": DXgrteTllttlt being developed to implement the law. Obviously, years later,
Mot oooa with any oierio olalOfdHoount Captain there is still a vast wasteland in military purchasing which is intolerable,

'la porttelpatlnoCopl Dtl MAf..*place, II and I begin to wonder if this war on waste Is a war we can Win.
I Regardless, we must
keep trying.
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BE DEI CUP COUPON mnanaaa With this
nation's commitment to Insuring its safety and seeking peace
FOR >0 F9SH & FRfiS Two: tender fish fll'ets" BHH internationally, the'cost of defense has spiraled. President Reagan Is
natural cut french fries seeking almost $300 billion for the Defense Department and a third is for
FOR H weapons and equipment, from bombers and ships to nuts, and bolts.
= $1 50 and 2 southern style hush Whatever the final figure, we should be dedicated to not throwing those

N ONLY 'puppies. II dollars away.

Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger says he's serious about doing
N Not good win Nany.s.rrV.obl Captain D's. = something about the problem. The Senate this week sought to provide him

S: SSS capfiy,,. .*pl *.. encouragement by approving legislation aimed at helping curb the high,
costs of spare parts for the military. It passed unanimously
S 6O 0 s- Ltr.....i CUP Twi COUPON BBBBBniBiaaoiaiTwo jI This proposal would:

= FISH &: FRIES fender fish fillets, 1'1

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require the Pentagon to rewrite its regulations prohibit contractorsfrom

FOR and 2 southern style hush charging for unjustified overhead,such as public relations,on spare

NN ONLY $1 .50 ,puppies. I parts obtained from subcontractors; '

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'Not good wh ony other ipealo) .Captain DID require a contractor who sells to both the government and in general(

NOW THRU SEPT. 8,1934' B ordtooountat a grM Uttlt Maf**4 ,: I. commerce to state that the government price is no more than the lowest
Copt.O'4
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commercial rate,,, subject to being sued under the False Claims Act if

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.Legal NoticesNOTICE 'order Defense to weigh;in making contract decisions, a'contractor'sclaim ,
of exclusive rights to production of spare parts, thus limiting competition

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call for purchasing parts in sufficient quantities to avoid repeated.
OF INTENTION .IN AND FOR OF NAMES visions of Section 4b( ) of FLORIDA .
1984. S.nd bid. to: ; :
TO REGISTER BRADFORDCOUNTY OF PEOPLE Uniform',Standard Bill of' pROgAt1D1YISIoN DOLORES MORGAN' Costly.buying,. of small amounts; and : '
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FICTITIOUS NAME CASE NO.84-329 APPEARING TO BE lading. CASE NO. 84-73-CA Coordinator, Bradford
ACTION I OWNERS GotorFr.lghtway.lnc .((1-3568)) County School Food Ser maKe the department change its employee-review regulations to
Pursuant. to Section ABANDONED PROPERIV: Carrier vice, 582 North'T.mpl. reward, cost-cutting as well as speed in processing purchase orders.
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865.09,'Florida Statute*, IN REt Th.Marriage of 8/09:ltchg e/1 6 IN RE: The Estate of Av.nu., Starke, Florida
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:motl **W hereby given TOM J. VEREEN "POrsuorit-to\ Section'13,' '
MARGARET '
thar': .tI!.. ", nd.nlgnect.\.tlu. nd ;', .Floridgi' ... ,.. 'GERTRUDE 32091., 'l believe these are valuable additions to existing laws in the procurement -
Fay. Hall and Mary AnnWhltten. and c Chapt.sTZ)7\fv Statutes, entltloii"WrkiV. ; ? .1 McBRIDE' 1"* *:>-gs.d-r1"-- .(;Mtei Itchg9/16 area with the potential for saving the national treasury !and all
v, < PUBLIC.NOTICE those who help fund the national treasury. many many millions of
each:- off, PATTYf'N"'V.eR_ \ 1' .1 J9i j.P'Sitilrr' : QJ.. ;NOTICE ;
m (Ait* : rap..r .... '" r yr ADMINISTRATION ,.dollars,. Hard experience: however has proveri the laws are only as good
given'thatFyhit" :: ; J .),rWege{' ,yI,"i Brodtord CountySchool NOTICE '\ ,;' it41J1 fe wUl lwjjtllwhichtheyara9irtiedout.Thiswarwillhavetobewonin!

I I persons' ,BoardStarke aPublic., 'The' JtjfaVffrMs'iratlon. of l. t"v*,. '*\ J i\ .. ,. theCi'elches. of tliePenkagon\ ; $
NO PROPERTY Elcuilda. vlll/hold ,,,. ,.
ORIGINALS with mailing): ;.m: -tl.4Rt dour .rtt '.ar"tn' : th* Es.at/.f GERTRUDE EVA STEPHENS had ,
address and plac V;: TO* Patty l"tt1V.rfHr.t\ ( we: >..ofpVsonar business at 222 N. ,T.cIa Dr.' Edward";: Roger, S < or"property InVongblr( Revision oG School Board Deceased. FII. No. SPECIAL EXCEPTION for
pl. Av.., Starke, Fl Thomasvllle, Rut. A6 Ie"-3.31 Terminal
Hwy. presumnilabandoned. B4-73-CA ((1-3568). I I. #6 In RP for Child Car
32091 Intend 'to register Moultile, tf A 31768. THIS DOn Pay Benefits, onAugust pending In the Circuit Day Center the Starke
said fictitious ''name atthe YOU ARE HEREBY; NOT INVOLVE REAL 20. 1984, In th* Court for Bradford Coun Board of Adjustment on
office of th* CI.rk"of :NOTIFIED that an'action ,.. School Board Room of that Is
the (Circuit Court of for Dissolution of Marriage pAppgr.' .."t Own r th* Bradford-County ionmshPoddraDof classified property RP and "

Union 'County, UnionCounty has been Hied ('a.."..' Si, 'Ba>e.' '2.I.School's Administrativewhich Is Bradford County de.crlbedIMlow: "riiv&
'Florida on against you and you are Starke. Fl' 32091. Account' Offices. !582 North Tem Courmovs., Post Offlc 1105 W. Butl.r Rood In
of of r.qulrsdtda.rv.ocop, Numb. ple'I Avenue, Stark,
receipt' proof l'| Drawer B, Stark., Blk. 5 of Gaskln Addl-
of this of written defenses, 1 9 3A 9,83 01 Florida. HARDWARE STORES etfles
publication your -, r; r ,9. Florida 32091. Th. lion Section 29,
notice. if any} to it. on the plain. Hamilton,'" Sherrod, 356 Copies of thl proposed name and address of Township 6 South Rang.
Undersigned further1 Jiff's attorney who. W. Madison: Storks Fl .vltn8: of above the Personal Representative 22 East, Parcel
affirm that the object of' ,,name, and 'odd,... Is 3209-J)361.1983-0006; d th.: and th* PersonalRepresentative's 3897-00100 to allow a
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thl* business Is to deal In DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A., landrum, Malti' A.. may be obtained 0'Child Car Day Center, US 301 South-Starki
all lawful business, and P.O. Drawer 1030, Stork; Ft .' .3S091 t" Superintendent's Office, torn.. are set forth Th. Stork. Board of Hardware j
the undersigned or. th* Stark., Florida 32091, 0341-1983-0022; Pender, between 8 da.m.hO nd.4 below. Adjustment will I conduct
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sol* ;owners' of said ,((904)) 964-5701 Attorney William Box 402 Starke. P m., ,Man All Interested persons a public hearing at their
buslnes 'for I This Is I I In \
: Dated at tak. Butler,, original with th. clerk of 0367-1983-0295;: Under- compliance this court WITHIN THREE 7:30: P.M.. In the Council
Florida, this 24th day.of. the above styled court cm,. < wood" SqHie' vRout" 3. with Florida I Statute, MONTHS OF THE FIRST Room of Starke City Hall, Monday 'Saturday Sunday
July, 1984. A.D. ''or' : before ,August ,20* Bo.1 141. .; 'Stark. !,L Chapterb120.S.. .,1974 a* PUBLICATION OF THIS Thompson Street, 8 a.m.6, p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m.

/s/MaryAnnWhitt.n '1984: otherwise' a ludg.13209', 1 95'!983.00:24: Florida Legislature.Thomas. NOTICE,, ((1)) all claims Stark., Florida on
:'! ':. /s/FayHall men. may be' entered' 'Informotlonl! concerning ugalnst the estat and, Thursday August 30,
I, Jr
',' ;' 'IH.) this time; 'all per
:. ':""" ./+1_ plaint or M will b* heard concerning .
,-, WITNESS my hand and the S k n9 accounts) 'a" 8/O92tchg8/16 that challenge th* application Homesecurityspecial

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT) seal 1 of said Court on July Ing. accounts, utility : ........ validity of th. will th* a* specified in the xonlng
EIGHTH JUDICIAL 17, 1984. deposits, stocks, bondt.ilnBuroneeJpolicfesJ qualification of the Per. code of the City of !
'CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR GILBERTS;.BROWN (,',sal.. NOTICE tonal Representative Starke.
BRADFORD COUNTY; As Clerk\ ol sold Court .,depolitbo.esetc.and) j OF APPLICATION v.nu.oriurisdictbonoi. L.M.Gal" Limited Offet:
FLORIDA By: Lisa Alvaroi .'h. "am.lI;, ''andad. FOR TAX DEED the court. 'Dlr.ctorStark. Bd.of Kwikset's
CASE NO. 83-333 A.o.puty'CI.rk, ,. 'dr.egl of the! I holdeyyof' ALL CLAIMS-AMD OBJECTIONS ,A d i 25% off on,

71J.,4tch98/.16; '.,'.,lu,;.personal property ,' NOTICE IS HEREBY NOT SO FILED 1tchg816NOTICE
"'' IN RE: The Marriage Of I fit.r.V.M|.! :, ,-i ,may be-'obtalned' by any GIVEN that LEO A.WILL FOREVER BAR DOORSET D

JOE I.WARD, _._, '' J, ,, person possessing oi\lni, HERGENREDER, the RED. ..."_.
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terest In the property by of'' this
Husband Publication
CIRCUITTHEEIGHTH
IN THE holder of ihs following
and OF addressing an'Inquiry' ( Nolle has begun on 16 (
c.rtlflcat..ho.fil.dlOld '
MARIE STOUT G.tatdrLewis, > StateCoroptrolUr 1984.
JUNE August
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; '
.. for talC
,..Alto: Aboc.rtlficat. a has
WARD,WifeAMENDED EVA STEPHENS
IN AND FOR '
COUNTY,. doned Prop.rtyS..ltn" deed to..* I Issued Attorny for ,,Personal:, ", mad. application to the 5
NOTICE BRADFORD FLORIDA 1401 State Capitol! thereon. Th* certificate Representative- Stark Zoning and Plann s
Talloho...... FL ;32301 number and year of Issuance BROWN for
.ACTION 'CIVIL CASEN0,8....-.10t TOMIINSON;*. 'ing Board '.1Wo glut lock.II oncIlow' 'AAnteap
"' ', '. ((904J 487-0310: The the description '.A. reclassfflcatlon of the { __
TOt JUNE MARIE ol Jacksonville.. Jeloption of the property,and,Ihe .O.OfOr40 property described ;- .Fran 1I..t IrwuIa a Now larew for"'aulytunH -
IN RE: Th* Marriage : doodloCII to Wwtpqp !
!V 'STOUT WARD, Lost JIMMY MARVIN KEENE, numb. for Information name In-'which, It was Starke. 32091 below from R1A to RP II+ .. at"*Ame"donliiiliock.II1OO"ts. .AII.Amoriean now modo,

:known' rosldnc' address Husband, ..I* (904).359-608J.); 8e sure assessed or* a* fgllows7, T.lephonel9648212, located at 1105 W. Butler .Good sow xs nttr .R m.lk b'i'+low"......
: 300 Lake Wood and lo mention the account Certificate Not' 24, Personal. Road West of Alton i 'rnalChongfln_,
t Drive.: Lullngi; LA 70070. \ViCKIE LORRAINE.KEENE. '. .n..mberAFTEIt: the tans Year of Issuance: 1982. ', "' Representative Road and |In Blk. 3 of .FdwkayalrCbdedtoatta.bpk. ..
AYOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat .Wife ', .. a* published, in It'ls Description of Proper' 'RAYMOND M. HUNT. Gaskln Addition.. Sec. '
19.95lnNltonitwld
''an action for'dissolution <.. "._ ''notice, Unless oti 0915420Ft Sq.'inNEXOR Rout.4, BOM 900 tion 29. Township 6 BOTH LOCKS ONLY..
ACTION '
of marriageha ,NOTICE OF ownership.) presented OF NE'/i'f SEA" .Stark,FL 32091 South Range 22 East,
; TO; JIMMYMARVIN:, to.the holder by October CIR. 8/16 2Khg 8/23 3897-00100 to
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filed against
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.been SECi2OJWP7.S. -21. .
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to KEENEr c/o CM. Keen. I 30- J984.lh* property.\ allow a Child Care (Day)
t you. You ore required f Moor Roods Lok.londi ,'wm b. delivered for Name In which ass.si'' 1..:...... Center with Special: b. n,
,Mw.''a eopyj- your ed Rosalie RaderJohnson '
'Florida 33801. custody to the'tComrti'' :. 'I.J t, -
(written defense, (I' any, EIto'.. PUBLIC NOTICE caption 16.
if YQU''ARE' HERESY "' ti'oller"-of,,' ,FlorMrt 'u This change Inlloner'e
i'o the .action on whose I peti NOTIFIED shot,an action Thereafter, 'oil further All of .Bald 'property" "* < 1 SWILLBIDS INVrrED'claltlflcotlon I I. subject:
attorney for, Dissolutionv. Marclolme must bv'directettlo being In the, County'of ARE b '7> lFaft"Z fQr '
iTnom and address I. r l'1, ((1',1'\1: to public' hearing to at \
and ether relief the ,State of .,.
rlage 'Comptroller Bradford hlef _
CARROLL School 'Board' ; Oft Th"r.doy. era. n .m$ +r.mss
WAYNE I! M. The' of.
.115 N' Avenue,'ha. been .filed agolmtyouIn Florida, I'" '; ;k'1: (Florida. Bradford, County,"wlll'tAugu..' 30. 1984,'at 7:00:
;' :lake 'I.t' Florida: th.'obov.-slyl.d "..' GEICAlCHEW''' Unless said certificate. bid on will P."., In'th. Council, '
Court 'rand you'or.;re a I 1 f ft
.COMl'rROLlfM shall be
%-32054, on or ..before. ;;. .or certificate from all .chaol' Roomln.heStark.Clty
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quir.dtoserve0copyol ,:'OF FLORiOA' to' '
'r.d..m.dooccordlnsr Hall Thompson Street.
Jill A ugu the, or J01h.iii \\wlih and.tho'any'" / written TERENCE d./.n....M.I\1 I'Sa jI',:rJ"V ."") :& 092'() t 8It.::, ,1aw.he.operty'd.lCrlb-caf.terlolonA".t2O; at, 7:00 P.M., In.Individual., Starke on, Florldo. At .this : t tILNJfl
It
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on
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> :\ I 'all insbsfaif
court 'I.' ed In such certificate orcertificates' 'ter..d Sims persons _
.. Post '
this P.IIROW"I'I.ESQUIR. I, tasted shall be heard
.. i will b* sold mutt bid on eoch schuol
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on. Office Drawer 40,
: rm. NOTICE.NOTIC6 ) the bidder for or against the proposal tANHaIYMN
lion Stark. florldo'r.209h: e highest at **porat* Jlttlna.lh*). .
..... l'satth.nofter th* 'courthouse door on. school' none nd"th* a*specified In th*
and file the original with
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Code
'otherwise a (judgement: of the obovei hereby I she 12th day of amount bid per'.nlonth City MAIN ,
; will b* entered to the ,the Clerk : given 'thot: it"Monday. 's.P''hber,1984.t 'for ''each *ch.*l. ln.. of Stark..Florida, s I
Jn '....- ,tyld., court, .0" Of. August2Or1' 84..qt 10:0<1: fht.dthb24Mttajtol. dlvduolsmoybidonon., Walter w..t tAo N4ea
'. !c' before 4 September .
J: -- ''o'cloc A.M under.", 'Choi r m a ,.- ,
petition. i Oth.ywus'S'e ''' July. 184.GILBERT. Moll schools.Successful '
hand arid "984. J '" *,'igi' eit.V.r' ? GATOR bidder mutt"brovU Stark Zoning

'the WITNESS 1IeaI' of my Ihis court on.. fudg.ment'shall b. 'FIIEIGH-rN VS"INC.:will S.; BROWN CLERK, suitable cans for A Planning Board
satsr.d 'a'uctlan
against you"fop "
"; "sell at pubNc far't' 1.Mchg.e16rclv
?;r July' :2.-' tlw,\r.Ifef' 'requ.st.d10, \-fIf.BeulahM.; : Moody will bet placed In at %
RERTStBROWN ; mgt "pT21?3r3Comho : : ; : each location Fathir. to.:' : 248As.
'\ AtCl.rkoflh.rourr! '' ,-'h'nd'.r .. ( \ .elfh v-. ,Avis, 'r Oo.pl.uCtyCIe'ofk keep' can weh h"' ::00''" Wr'' 32-Gal.fWwMalu'' 3.,., .... '
f WITNESS /. /!Jocknonvllle..-Fl>one. }iafo ,I lase .t1ha11'II.' ...?.,.,....: 4d le pales.) 1taeB OWRklar .....'
Marian McRae'seol
By: of said Court *n the Bradford ItewUpluml Wlmetandetmp.estremnas ,
/ Hardware consigned County award with | l ruler has kid XM.nugiwnp torpedo
4'I Deputy Clerk" 2nd day of Augur.J9. ,;, "-,:'ta' >>Vlftler.-.s'toroa.C: and 'Florlcla :"lor voiding I et Subscrlb. Today t > .UseR! tt> TgM fttting lid handles dandy pocket: level o/cHp.
7/26 4tchg 8/16 GILBERTSdBGWN' ,'W Trarujfen and one lot of JV164tchg904IN 'swsr1..s..money. IRADFOROCOUNTY tang shelMS. mt; MM348 polyethylene T332-BN, Plump lIMIt title 10192,
; z Clwlt Circuit Court '' e psrwns' Ltd' r OUMIUM LIsMs- OswelWiH UMM.
it.'jj'W ,Chmkal' consigned toOaytona
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::1:< have .bid. 'the
must ;tat TELEGlfAPH
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INTHIiCIRCUIT .. D.putyCl*rk \ OPINE EIGHTH BroxHonl Coun'yOthooi th14-fA303'w
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I The First Annual Bradford Olym- and fun time.for the participants.Gold Brittany Bula and Chad Pressleywere 9-under group, long jumped 11'5 and
pie Pentathlon was held at the Brad ,silver and bronze medals were the top female and male set Pentathlon records. in events. for
ford High Track, Friday August 10, awarded to the top three finishers in finishers in the 9-under ,group. her age group. ,.
t the beginning of annual affair for the each age group. The competition Monika Williams and Larry Green "Overall, it was a fun for all,"according
area. consisted of the 100-yard dash, the were gold medal winners in the 10-11 to Bradford Fitness Center
The Pentathlon was co-sponsored one mile and half mile runs, group. Lisa Tierney and Clint Reed Director Lynda Steele. Pentathlon
by the Starke Recreation Depart pushups, situps.and the long jump. placed the 12-13 age group, while participants received certificates of
ment and the Bradford Hospital 35 competitors were divided into Troy Portia and Paul McKInney participation. "With more participation -
Center for Health and Fitness. Both five age groups,9-under, 10-11,12-13, placed the 14-15 and 16-17 age. in the future, this annual event
Directors, Cheryl Godwin and Lynda 14-15 and 1617. The lower three age groups. could become one of Starke youth'sfiner
.'% Steele, respectively, were present groups had the better turn out making 15 year old Troy Portis jumped competitions," says Steele.
.... along with several staff for the more interesting competi- 19'3 and ran a 11.1 100-yard dash. Plans are already being made to
.. members and volunteers. from both Clint Reed in the 12-13 group, ran better the Pentathlon for next year
,; .:.t: :. organizations. tion.There were quite a few outstanding 11.9 in the 100-yard dash and long with new events and a push for
The Pentathlon was a successful results in some of the events. jumped 16'3. Brittany Bula in the greater participation.
.f (Photo. By larry Ogloiby)

Long Jump...
NEW 3 BIG DAYS!
Above,Scott Johns gives it all he's LOW
got in the long jump competition of V Thursday, Aug. 16
EAGLE PRICES
the First Annual Bradford Olympic 106 SaaG Friday, Aug. 17
rn. c
Pentathlon last Friday at the Bradford '
High Track. C/gIIref.JboI Saturday, Aug. 18.f1tEi .

Top Right, Adriene Barry starts -
off one of the heats In the 100-yard
dash \417 Value ,

This was a first for Starke and Q YOU CHOICI f'
'with support and cooperation should I I LEVI'S WALLET
turn into an annual affair
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practice got underway Wednesday Fantastic savings on our entire stock of fans.v '
for the upcoming season. Choose from ceiling fans, box fans, oscillating ,
About 40 players showed up for the tans, pedestal fans, auto fans and mini tans. ".
first day's practice. / ,:
Getting underway today will be % y'% fRr
cross country practice at the Brad-
ford Middle School beginning at 9
a.m..
Ninth grade footballers 'are en-

courage tificates turned to have into their the field birth house cer- sto s 2.113Eech m ar a ''t '

before'. the first day of school. II Whetlbu Buy 2 Get .y F ,:?4 ;,, : / 1 ,v 4

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Vegetation 2/77 2/5" 1 EACH y ,

Meg.2/9.78 Mfr.Rebate 2/2.00 Reg. 294 Ea.. CHILDREN'S LUNCH KITS % u I /,/ ,/ ,/

TransplantingForms PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE TOILET TISSUE Choose from a terrific ri/
All weather protection locks out
Great savings on single rolls of assortment of your favorite I 'f' ;
cooling system rust After rebate soft double layer bathroom character Each with 8 o:. 'v I ,'
Limit 2. tissues bottle. 1 4 Irr't
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Fish AttractorsDiscussion ., ',, 7 7 /

434.00 VALUE 17.99 VALUE
2 ,4'414.HVALUe988
of aquatic'vegetation .
V
in Florida lakes usually revolves )Y Price
around how to eliminate the plants, A BOYS' KNIT TOPS LEVI'S KNIT TOPS LEVI'S PLAID SHIRTS
yet in some northeast Florida lakes Poly/cotton polo top with Ladles'. poIy/cotton'lIIort Men's poly/cotton short \
the goal is to certain M- collar In stripe or solids sleeve' knit shirts Asst. sleeve' p'ald shirt. One or two
aquatic plants to preserve form natural fish r",", + .. l4 8-16. color. 3.M.U pockets. S-XL.

attractors. 39 97Reg,1.77 EACH 5OReg. 50'Reg.

bulrushes Studies have are shown excellent that sportfish softstem Rep. up 10 59. 59 Reg. 2 For 2.08 12 15.88 14 Reg. 17.88 13' 18.88

habitat and provide additional quality HTH OR PACE CHOICE GAL. CHLORINE PAPER MATE PENS BOYS' LEVI'S CORDS. FASHION JEANS MEN'S LEVI'S CORDS
fishing opportunites. Choose from 35 Ib. Hill dry chlorine or Eagle liquid chlorine. Effective Paper-Mate 98 refutable, Poly/cotton corduroy 100%cotton black denim' Poly/cotton corduroy Jeans.
"The bulrush colonies serve as 17V*Ib. 3" Pace tablet for swimming pool retractable ball pen._ lean.At. solid color.8-16. Jeans w/5 pocket*. 313. Straight legs. Asst. *o<>d*. 28-38.
hiding areas for largemouth bass
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and as feeding areas for panfish, I tt
therefore concentrating the fish for 17...VALUt 14... VMUg ple1
the fisherman," says Jerry Krum-
mrich, fisheries biologist for the I :'I+' '88
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com 9Dfsc 7'matt rbYALUE
mission. 1,1 .V .Price> .Price .
The plants were dug from Orange \ MEM'SBOYS' !
Lake and other donor lakes and have !7 :1 no6 WOMEN'S YOUTHS' g1
been replanted in eight area lakes. RUNNING SHOla 2
to :
"Colonies usually consist of 100' Reg. 9.97 Rsg.l3.ee
1 w/fult. foam Insole
clumps of our stems each planted in- AIR MATTRESSChoose BAR-B-0 GRILL In Nylon-suede..*!.colors.Men' 7-12. MEN S KNIT SHIRTS
to approximately three feet of from Crayola air 24" grill has steel tripod foldIng women' 8-10,boys' 3.6.Not Poly/cotton shirts In asst. CNUiTUI fill 1114.'
water, Krummich stated. "The objective mattress or trench air legs For summer cookout all sizecolor l m an store stripes and color S-XL. ,
of these plantings is to createa mattres *, i
natural,self-sustaining fish attrac- ii i

tor.Lake" weith( ,established bulrush \. I II II I

colonies include Ocean Pond
Rowell, Butler, Palestine, Mon- II I
tgomery, Santa Fe, Hampton and q-:9
Lowery Lakes. : I

',' Brooklyn Lake near Keystone Q 4l I4Vlt Reg,'8.88 Reg.tae
Heights will be added to the
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transplanting program this fall. SHKCTS 8 5a : FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM 1
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twIN Reg. 5.74..13 Regj4.77 R eg.10ae Reg1S.ee UNDERWEAR
PILL Reg. 8.74....,_......... BED PILLOWS STRAP WRSl, STRAP WEBLOUNGE HOPSAC' OMAN SOCKS Men'*3-pk. Golden Bland I
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Poly/cotton muslin flat or w/fortrel polyester. Multicolor weather rssltsnt vlnyf strap ioung. Vulcanized/ Soles Asst. solid color. poly/cotton are extra long 'I
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I Football Record Book Published!by Former BCT Sports Editor '

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For the first time Florida has a team, who scored, 399 points in 10 be familiar to Bradford area football 1920,. effort to give are listed. Plus sections on all-state yards and passing star that still
state record book for high school and games. Plus, every playoff score fans,. College greats like John Florida asdefinitivethe sourcebor for teams and state playoffs.Not stand as national records.
college football. And Bradford High since the system was started in Reaves Steve Spurrier, Ottis Anderson schoolboy sports records. A bonus attraction to the book la
School, with its proud football tradi Florida in 1963 Is listed, involving ,ana Greg Allen.And high school just state records are listed In its collegI-.;e records section, featuring -
lion, is mentioned often In the book. many Blip teams who qualified for names like Curtis Sirmones of Lake the book, but a number of top all- all-time statistical leaders from
Buddy Collings, the playoffs.A Butler, Ronnie Everett and Gary Collings, who has dabbled seriously time performances in each Florida FSU Miami,Florida A fc MBethuneCookman :
:
editor at The Telegraph, Rubli section which recaps all the Bennett of Santa Fe, John L. instate high school sports records category. In career touchdowns and even the o.,-: .
"Florida Football in July state championship games gives a Williams of Palatka and Curtis for over a decade, will soon follow category for Instance 37 high school: University of Tampa.program. .,:,,;',\
of this The book, the Football Record Book with other
year. a
32-page softbound brief account of Bradford's 39-0 win Williams of Macclenny. stars who tallied 41 TD's or more \
factbook, is full of pictures, over Wauchula in 1965 and 20-6 victory "Florida Football Records" is record listings for varsity sports: listed. The college records, section shows I
statistics and stories on the greatest over Plantation in 1966 in 'the available by mail order. Send $5 in ,boys and girls basketball, baseball, that John Reaves (UF), Wayne
players, coaches and teams in finals. check or money order (includes track and field, girls sports and all Peace UF) and Garry fluff (FSU)
Florida football annals from the turn Other Individual Bradford players postage and handling) to: Buddy ,, other prep sports in the state. The Florida Football Record Book are all-time passing yardage leaders>
of the century right up to the 1984 mentioned in the record section in- Collings, P.O. Box 838, Starke, FL becomes one of Just a handfull of for the state; that current NFL "
season. clude Marvin Tyson, who ran for 32091. Like a Guineas Book of Recordsfor state record books published In the wldeout Freddie Solomon established \'
Many of the great Tornado players 1,734 yards in 1978! ; Malachi Henry, Collings has spent countless hours Florida, the 32-page glossy cover U.S. Arizona, Texas, California and a state touchdown scoring record J
and teams are included. For in- who scored 41 career TD's; Glen digging through old newspaper files, of Florida Football Record Bock in- Pennsylvania have others, and Coll- while playing quarterback at Tam "I
stance, a full photo of the 1966 Brad- "Beaver" DeSue, whose 346 yards microfilm, and letters from coaches cludes all manner of detailed ings stats on passing attacks at pa; and that FSU's Greg Allen
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ford High team is in the book, rushing against Baker County In and football followers to establish a statistical categories: winning Tallahassee Leon serve as an exam should! easily become Florida's .
recognizing them for becoming only 1975 still ranks as the sixth highest list of Florida football records for streaks; Individual rushing, pass- ple. Quarterback Wally Woodham career leader in rushing and scoring
the second team in playoff history to single-game rushing performance; high school and college. ing, receiving, etc.; coaching established a slew of national high this fall. ,
win back-to-back state champIon- Donnie Sewell, who caught a playoff Both the Florida Athletic Coaches records; attendance; you name it. school records in throwing for 3,571
ships.Also mentioned are the 196042 record four TD passes in a 35-14 win Association, official organization of Records are broken down for a yards for Leon in 1974 and
Tornado teams, who went 32 games over Milton; and Coach David high school coaches in the state,and single game and season career. understudy Jimmy Jordan came on Booster clubs or other organiza--
without defeat, still the second Hurse,one of the winningest coachesin the Florida High School Activities Even punting, placekicking, in- the next season to /rewrite: tions Interested in selling the book:as
longest streak without a loss on Florida annals. Association, governing body for Interscholastic terceptions, fumble recoveries and Woodham's school, state and na- a fund-raiser can contact editor Bud-
record In Florida. And the 1944 Many other nam- 'in the bonk will sports in Florida since high scoring teams and ball games tional schoolboy record with 4,099 dy Collings at the same address

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I Starke Fun Run Set for September 8 j

The Sixth Annual Fun Run' has preclation Day following the race include registration on the day of the race
been set to coincide with Community ; Bluegrass Band, free ham- 'will be$5.00.Registration. I
Appreciation Day again this year. burgers and Cokes, National Guard, forms can be pickedup STOP -
Date for the by the equipment display, petting zoo for at the following locations: Chub's
Bradford County Telegraph and the children, clogging exhibition and Sports Center, Bradford County S
Community Bank of Starke is set for much more, ALL FREE.PrereglstraUon Telegraph, Community Bank and
Saturday, September 8. cost is $4.50 and Sunshine Acres.LAWPi .
Benefits from the run will go to the '
Citizens.Bradford Association for Retarded -- A. .. Bradford, :Music Center ,:,

The first race, the ii>,ooo' meter & GARDEN Bradford Square StarkeA .
race is set for 8:30 a.m. at the Community '
Bank. Afterwards the one ORIDA Division of Home Entertainment Concepts ,
mile Fun Run will be held. T-shirts CENTER
will go to all finishers from both pEST InS
races. ONTROL 539 E. Call St. Stark.
Trophies will go to first place vF fI"tAL'CO, Open 9-6 Phone 964-5749 HAPP/TIME/
finishers in the 12 age groups.There s. ,
will also be trophies pre .vnted to the
first place male and fet le winners. .. ,
over all in both races. PLANTINGTHIN" ? ? ir
Second and third place prizes will fAll Tea
also be presented In all age : : '
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.There will also be trophies given to BEFORE ;.

the oldest and youngest runners. PLANT... FUMIGATE.. : ,II", .
Activities for the Community Ap- ... -, jsix
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VAPAM SOIL FUMIGANT '"

Wildlife'LoversSay KIBs hamatodes, most weeds.fungus s-P 1
and soil borne diseases-allows better

growth,& yield-use 4.6 weeks before Hundreds and, Hundredsof "
Keep planting. gaBon treats 400 sq.ft

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' The MoneySix 'Nursery Specials This Week

: Oldies But Goodies
of every 10 callers, eligible for ,
cash rewards) in Florida's Wildlife Bedding All '
Alert Program, turn,, down, ',the' :
money. Plants Roses I
,Rewards of $25-1)1,000 apparently.Are : : :

not the rlmarymottva8.l0n\fQII! e or.\ ..., Jp... ""jl .' ," I" e'f.. .4t aR'8 ,_ < : ,

Game a.'tri aler sh omission t .. q-"i! :'. ,, l
about hunting-and fishing
law violations, even though the 4 year old program has yielded$70,000 Azaleas Fernsin w6forS$1004&rprnRecords5 J
in reward and
payments 3,000 ar- '
rests., in i Gal. Container Hanging Baskets,
"People just say keep the money
,,and put it back into the fund," said 5or : + ,
$488
the director Commission's, Lt. Col. law enforcement. $1'88 ea. more ea. Rock Top 40 and Country'

"They call and report violations just
because they want to do somethingto WlEDEATIK
help wildlife.Our range of wildlife Monsanto $1.00 \
#Jn Florida Is so varied and so :-' Selection. Albums . ea.
magnificent, most Floridians are Roundup
willing to pitch in to protect it-just XR.90grauapply ;
for the sake of preserving their own IOUs Weeds brush ,
heritage." : 'Gasfences. Back to School
Currently, the Wildlife Alert fund'has along Trlmmer86 -. ,
$25,000 In an interest-bearing ac sidewalks orwherever '
count.Most of the money came from, Brush : ;
CC
18.0 Engine
and Individuals. no growing \
organizations Cutter TIMES
Twin' Lira PluBrush 10" .
Additional 'funds are available I Is desired., :
plant plod! I
from the legislature and other con-
tributors for rewards in cases. In- 1 Va oz makes 1 gal spray Metal :
volving endangered species. Reg. 274" t) .4' ARE HAPPY ,

Scott Ball Wildlife Alert coordinator . .. ,28"Quart SALE799 ,
; said the program has important :
FOR
TIME '
side effects. 95 .Or $12* A Month q ,
"Besides the obvious benefits Of ,Gallon '. ... (( .

helping trafficking to for-profit break ,,rings up wildlife," Balk Complete Pest Control Services 964-5745 ''I BAND STUDENTS '!'

said, "the program has had' the t )" ,
equally Important effect, of / .
generating the
a willingness among
to In Florida's I DAN POST -- WOLVERINE -- WEIN BRENNER '
public get Involved I
wildlife.". 'Rental of Instruments, on new and r ,:
During winter months, the majority :
of Wildlife Alert, calls involve WESTERN C
cases of illegally' taking deer or. to available- {j
alligators However, during fishing Q used instruments: ;
months, most calls involve such;

violations fiahing in freshwater as illegal netting, Bali said.or spear, BOOTS Let us know what 'instrument you : ,: t

The conviction rate I 177.4 percent :r: -
'in cases in which a reward is paid, S
However,the overall conviction rate WORK BOOTSSERVcE need and will have one for !
U unknown since the rate was not; now we ,
recorded during the first couple 0-,,; ,
years of the program -, c g' i OXFORDSiflQO -:'
Commission staffers frequently. when are ready for it. ;
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receive calls from'' other states' [ you you ,
wildlife agencies,requesting Infor-v i (
nation about how to establish," or .:...
strengthen their,Wildlife Alert pro $ 1- :;
grams Currently all but.ll states'' Sale-Sqle-Sale l "
have similar,to Florida'sWildlife i
programs -
I, Alert. i 1 U Off ,Any Pair iCP ;* :

jtn Florida,Wildlife Alert rewards,, OJ -i I Sheet Music for .
are administered by the, Wildlife. ,. .-
ii Alert of 13 unpaid Reward individuals Association.,two made from Up. : "i1 500 to $25 on\ many others I'" : { All Music I Lovers ':

each of the five regions and three at- jl' :
large members. All members are
appointed for 2-year terms by,the IF' 25 % :
Commission's executive'' director;. e:51Mtl ,CJ<.epait '\ Off' 4 moreBatons ..

Col. Robert W.Brsmtryi -, "
To notify the Commission of z Bool S L'. iO S
wildlife\ law violations,call toll-free: 2 fI, Work V 2I :"i ,
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l-BOO-282-8002 In the lakeland area! : '' (Guitar Strings \ <
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1-800)WZ'96Z0: in ,,the Ocate' area;< ',..: Dr.bflhopsdlo- T ,. ,
S-WW-438-2046 In .the, West, palm ", '
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'Beach areal* MWB'.. 64 Work )aNd Keyboard instruments, ;:',
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'sn"dributions'to .
I' award Association, eta Sun First :Sate\,Ends' August 25," 1984S b, \' \:
Bank of Lake County t;) : \ f: ]
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. SATURDAY Yard Sale at 317 N. MyrtleSt. OUT AND MEET SIMCO SADDLE For pleasure riding. NETTLESTREE t"I I

milted to the Bradford County at 8:00 a.m. Iii 4:00 p.m. Chlldrens ED YARBROUGH Beautiful markings Used a few times. ,

T.I.groph office In writing and paid In clothes, girl. and some little boys Your Next ftepreiento"ve Very good condition. Looks like new /ru/illI ar

advanc. unless cr.dlt Is already clothing shoes, toy., dishes, two For D.trier3/ $220.964.7512.6/28 tin 0.0 t
established with this office. tricycles and more thing. Itpd 8/16 Frl..Aug. 17 4:30 tll7".M. HORSES Registered stud. Registered SERVICE .
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD GARAGE SALI-THURS. FRI.I Five Legion Hall-Edwards Rd. Pd. gelding and others. 964.6112 or REALTY
PolAdv.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN families 2'/i\ mile on Hwy 100 toward 9645261. BOATS: Call 964.6112 or Tr.. removal
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Keystone Height. Look for sign. Itchg SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED! All 9645261. 8/09 2tchg 8/16 Also demoss- ,
THE TELEPHONE. 8/16 makes cleaned oiled' and adjusted. HEAVY DUTY INFLATABLE BOAT size 10 pruning

Claitlfled deadline I Is TUESDAY. MOVING SALE Queen bedroom set, $15. Work guaranteed. James ft. x 46 In. With oars, seats and pump. Ing. CECELlA'" PHONE 964.7776

NOON prior to Thursday publication. 6-pleces; on. full bed set; 3-plece living Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Like new. $100. Ph. 964.6653.1tpd8/16 FIREWOOD ERWILLiGA. 205 N.
Minimum charge It 15 words for$2.73. room set; dining room set. Like Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 fin NOMAD CAMPER 1969; sleeps 6. In very Oak A Pine I Temple, Starke. I ,
th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. new. 468-2750. 1 tpd 8/16 CHAIN LINK FINCEt Installed. Free good condition. Also. ref nice Free Delivery vt r

........ OFF STATE ROAD Ut West to State Property estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. 9648816. Itpd 8/16 Licensed A Insured SACRIFICE I -

CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON turn right on Ch.rry Drive, then Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. 3/29 1911 SHASTA POP-UP CAMPER 21
FCAN (Florida Classified Ad N.twork). turn left on Dogwood Dr., 3rd house on Hn set-up. Stove, Ice box converter,-awn- Thomas D. Nettle 2Vi Ac. Refurbished w/new kitchen, bath

For $125 ((25-words). your ad will go Into left. Sheets and pillowcases; upright MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. Ing. Sleeps 6. Excellent condition. Owner, "".3823 A Insulated .
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and freezer 19 cu. In.; sewing machine Also have quilts for sale. Assorted $2,200.964.5691. 1 Itchg 8/16 throughout. 6 BR, 2 BA. Appraised

weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000 with cabinet; set of china; drapes and size and designs. Betty Hlldebrand FACTORY SALI FOR NEW DEALER 2 All. at $85.000 Asking price $69,900. '

readers. Make that money work for sheers; artificial flowers; bric-a-brac. 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg Steel certified bld'gs 40x60 was GRAPES Illness In family Must sell!

you..Sell the FCAN way. Call Friday Aug. 17, Noon to 3. Sot., Aug. WANT TO DRINK $13.886, now $8490; 30x100 was U PICKMuscadines ............
964-6305 ask for Sylvia. Today. 18, 8 a.m. til Noon. Itpd 8/16 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS $21,842 now 14284.: First come, first -
DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I FRIDAY t SATURDAY One mile S. WANT TO STOP? served. ((904)) 2416148. Itpd 8/16 & Scupt ROOM TO ROAM I This 2565 sq.ft. home I I. locatedon

Stark. city limit. State Rd. 100. Ruby THAT'S OURS GAME PONY AND GAME HORSE Experienced pernongs. 3% Ac. w/3 BR,3 BA ft CH/A. .Beautiful panellingand

BUSINESS red glasses, 60 In. round antique table, Alcoholic. Anonymous964.41S0.96'B&94.8U5434 riders only. Ph. 454-3884 In .... attractive Fireplace Si" $109,000.
6 chairs, $200; AM/FM radio and High Springs after S p.m. Itchg 8/16 LILLY'S VINEYARD 230-Ai. .Beautiful 3 ac. High ft Dry with CB home.
OPPORTUNITIESOWN record player $100. Misc. Itpd 8/16 ALANON '' AUCTION Every Wednesday A Saturday w/1750 sq. ft.3 BR I BA. ...Lg.kitchen w/plenty of
BIG YARD SALES Baby clothes, maternity FAMILY GROUP 7:30 p.m. Behind Red Thompson RealtyIn & GOURD MUSEUM cabinets. SP $65,300.

YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear. clothes, and other clothes. 724 N. ''''.62'* Melrose. Truckloads of groceriesand ..... QUIET LIVING 3 BR. IV4 BA.. Located at 1320 SearIng -

Ladl.s Apparel Combination Accessories Grand Street. Thur.: C. Friday. Itchg pd thru 8/16 mlscel. merchandise Everyone Look for big sign St. CB w/approx.1100 sq. ft. New "Keller" win.
8/16 BOOKKEEPING SERVICES Reasonablerates. welcome. 8/16 4tpd 9/06 dows. Come for details.
Large Siz. store. National Hwy 100 Florohome by more
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Few baby Phone 9648588. 7/19 tin WHOLESALE AUCTION: Thursday 7:00P.M. :
THINK COUNTRY Converted DW 10 fencedland.
brand.: Jordach., Chic Lee, Levl. on A. ,
HOME-MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE 2313 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. 12 MI. -E. of
Items, clothing ft misc. Thurs. and Fri. )
Grow cleared
Vanderbllt Izod Esprit Brlttanla veg. on 2.8 A. 3 M. 1V4 aAw.crn'd
Got leak In the roof hole Gainesville Loads of merchandise.
a or in the
day 615 Melton Terrace. 9.5. Itchg
Calvin Klein Sergio Val.nt., Evan back porch. Patio and Utll. rm. $33.000.
8/16 floor? Your light doesn't work? You Everyone welcome 8/16 4tpd 9/06 65.2121Shop
Picon., Claiborn. Member. Only -4 BR STUCCO Ha 1.4
Grown Healthtex. 700 THURSDAY. AUG. 16 i 10 a.m. tll ?? need a lock on the door? We fix all this AKC FEMALE DSCHSHUND PUPPY 6 sep. apartment. On AcqEstate
Organically and much more August Special mths old. Needs small fenced settlement. Was $48.000. Now $40.000.
Som. furniture. 367 Lake St. Starke.Itpd on yard.
others. $7.900 to $24,900 Inventory PRETTY HOME IN LAWTIVi NW 75th Av. 2'/ Ac. SP
Roof Coating. Free Estimates. Call $75. Call 964-5876. Itpd 8/16
airfare, training fixtures, grand openIng THE FRIED 8/16 CHICKEN FACTORY on US 301 964.8961 after 12 noon. 8/02 4tpd 8/23 SILKY FUR CALICO KITTEN Trl-colored. & Compare!! $43,800.:Owner fin. 20% dn.. I2X for 14 yrs.

.tc. Can open 15 day. Mr. has Kountry Kooklng Kountry JERRY'S ELECTRICAL! Reasonable prices. Needs a home. Housebroken. Wear Special Insurance for -4 LOTS! Bessent, Mimosa. Beautiful wooded. el-
Loughlin ((612)) 888-6555. Itpd 8/16
Free estimate, 24Hr. Mobile ty limit. Only $6.900 A
THE FRIED CHICKEN FACTORY on US 301 Flavor..ltchg 8/16 service. flea collar. Call 9646906. 600 So. Ep Home Parks ea. rare offering
468.1119 Hampton or 9644093. 8/02 person St. 8/16 2tpd 8/23 ''All types of homeowners COMPLETELY RENOVATED Cory brick stucco on
for
has a banquet room parties. Itchg 4tchg 823HOUSECLEANINGi HUNTSMAN HARRINGTON A RICHARDSON for Rd. 2>OA.. 3 BR, t BA. CHftA. .Beautifully decorated.
8/16 FOR SALE OR RENT policies
Price nego. Call black powder gun. $150. ph. mobile homes. SECLUDED, CHARMING Only yrs. old. 2-story 5BR.
964.4793.8/091tchg 8/20 9647255. Itpd 8/16 .3V4 BA, CHtA.operate office In city limit.,fishpond
BOATS BUILDING FOR SALE OR lENT 24x64. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 5 days a THE FRIED CHICKEN FACTORY on US 301. Call for Quote on 7 acres. Have to see to believe $'00.000.

Will. build for tenant. Have 2 Ac. Will week. Call 964.8396.8/09 4tpd'8/3O has great fried chicken and B-B-Q ribs. Olin's Mobile -S3 ACRES BESSENT ft FLUMI RD-excellent owner

STUMPKNOCKER BOAT 18 hp Evlnrud. Invest. Rt. 301 and 18, 6 miles S. of WC BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Mortgagesand l Itchg 8/16 financing will sell one acre five acre or more
Stark. See call S.K. also originate home equity loans. COLOR TV $99 and Next to Starke
and trail.r. $400. Call 9645819. Itchg Tony or : up. Home Sales SMASHING CONTEMPORARY Architect Tom Ton-
8/16 1.813.689.8011.7/26 4tchg 8/16 Call Liz langley at 9645010. 8/09 tin Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212. nerear designed this hond.om..2-.tory.' cedar at
MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 BA. 14x65. Call CHILD CARE WITH LOTS OF ATTENTION 11/24 tfn Elaine M. Olin, Agent
15 PT. BOAT Motor and trailer for sale. Country Club. 2514 sq. ft. on 2 lot*. Beau Insul.Fireplace. .
533p2474 after 6 p.m. 8/09 tin Have opening for 3. Breakfast/lunch A MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES: Windows A 964.5606
Only 3 old.SP$173.000 $73.000
Will consider smaller outfit In trod. yrs mtg.
snack. Conv. for prison employees $35 doors, plumbing and elec. supplies;
at 9%". Mo. Pmt. $698.96.
9648424. Itpd 816LAND CARS & TRUCKS for 1: $55 for two weekly. Robin. also furniture BARGAIN CENTER 1 BHB3B3S
-1000.000 VIEW FOR
$13.0001 Truly magnificent
Adklns, 8648711. ltchg816NEED mile South of Starke. 3/01 tin 1366-Home on lakelront.
residence. 20r'on little Lake Santa ... 3 BR 3'/r
FOR SALE 174 CADILLAC DEVIUEi Sedan; 4-door; MONEY FAST We loan money on SIDE-BY-SIDE REFRIGERATOR With Ice Breezeway, workshop ,
fully equipped. 1972 Datsun pickup. anything of value (no guns). All loan. maker. Brown good condition, $150 dock boatw/motor riding BA. 3.000 Sq. Dramatic Waterfront.
Both In excellent condition. 9647184. confidential. We buy scrap gold and Call 9645997. Itpd 8/16 mower home Is furnished, LAKE BROOKLYN 100'sand beach.Ideal for leisure
THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR227Brook.r 19U CAMAROi Power steering power silver. Direct on Hwy 301, Lawtey. Priced at $33.000.13686Unlt living. $47.000 w/mtg of $2......
Rd. 2995. $300 down $55 a month. brakes, AM/FM. 5.0 Liter V8. $8,000. 782.3702.8/16 2tchg 8/23 -IF THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE

964.5606.9/15 tfn 964.8721.7/12 tfn THE FRIED CHICKEN FACTORY on'US 301 HOMES FOR SALE ifflclencyApartment ; Roomy 3 BR, 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ac. At Country. ,Club.

ONE ACRE LOT Facing Forsyth Rd. IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR has breakfast anytime of the day. Rental. Room NICE ACREAGE Great prlce-20 plus acres located

$3.000. $400 down and $70 month. $44?, Through the U.S. Government.Get Itchg 8/16 '4 BEDROOM HOME large LR; large DR; for Terms.expansion. $75.000. on Morgan Rd. 3 'wells. 2 sep. tanks, .m. barn ft,

9645606. 1/12 tin the fact today ) Call BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening kitchen with eat-In .,bar; lot of toolshed. Can be divided.$27,000..:or$50.000 all.

NEW DEVELOPMENT* Approx. V ac. 13127421142. ext. 609. 7/26 EOW service, circular hand, carbide, chain/-I Imower cabinets; newly carpeted; painted 'nd"_,, 1354.1 Ac. Ranch.".. 3 BR. ,PLENTY OP TREES,1ath., ..Hampton. OaksTerrlflc!.
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lots. Paved streets, central water.$100 1'/sBA Home.Mint condl e
'* ; nc
blade hollow ;
1980 OLDS OMEGAtPower ft ground''abd'arsbalanced ; : -
.! .steering decorated:forge fended: yard..$33,500wirreSftfraWftotefffig Suy-S/,0001
dn. $75.0.0' _. .ftnanc*.* -ttrakes: AC; 69,000 ml''.". New tlr... ;"tsove'"ur-Jackien-Burtamg r 'M'd1l'2ti ll'mW&'lq tloM$44i02I0,1 notiibnOa.ll ,'":REDUCED TO $3 .tOo33i9 N' WoWuf; $f2 proJ._

4733454. 3/29 tfn $2350. 782-3307. Itchg 8/16 Supply In Starke, Keystone H.lghtsor ,,tgbtle! Calf 462-3998. 7/26 4fChg: 8/T6"' ito ..... our 4 2080 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA spacious famll,:_m.
20 ONE ACRE LOTS In Pleasant Grove. 1971 FORD RANGER PICKUP 1983 motor Lake Butler TFNchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, New custom built bedroom 2 bath home on 708 W. CAll STi Only $33,0001 Beautifully appointed .

$3.500. $350 down approx. $65 per and transmission low mileage, new GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, windows, ::4' energy-efficient 2 bedroom cedar 21.6 ac. Priced at $63,000. 2 BR super living and dining roam. Plus 2
mo. Call 9645606. 7/05 tfn paint. White spoke wheels, tires. etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, and Terms available
good t home on 1 acre.. $8900 down $423 enclosed porches. Cozy kitchen. Separate .
15 ACRES OF LANDs Back of Underwood garage.
$1500.964.8503. 8/09 9646078. Orders also taken' In lake
2tpd 8/16 month.
per No closing cost. Discount
NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKOn 2'/i Aev LocatedRoberto
Motel. All or part. 9647184. Itpd 8/16 EL DORADO CAMPERs Self contalned. Butler 496-3079 and Keystone ,
for cash. Call! ((904)) 473-2669 for Info.
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Rd. off Rd. 16. 3 BR, 2 BA. CHftA. Carport.
ACRE LOTS FOR SALE at Pleasant Grove '
AC and extra. Hunter' dream Heights 473.4913.2Z6; tin 8/09 8/16
many 2tchg
TO SEE IT 1 IS TO LOVE ITi ,
Charming nearly
new
Subdivision. Septic tank Installed. $500
$1,250 firm. 9648356. Itchg 8/16 WE BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Morgtagesand .
brick 3 BR,2 BA. home 1'Vi Ac. Near Club.
down; $100 a month. Call 9645606. 175 CHEVELLI SEt Supersport. V-8. WANTEDAXLES also orlglnat. home equity loan. on Country
7/26 tfn Great condition. $1500. 964-8625. Itchg Call Liz. langley at 9645010. 8/09 tin Great FR, fireplace, scm'd porch 1850 heated S.P.
FIVE ACRESi wooded $63.000. $39.672.
Beautifully 178 PONTIAC GRAND PRIXi V-8; AC; *TIRES Two axles and four tires.Highest RAIFORD/LAKE BUTLER CBS HOME: 3 BR, Assum. mtg. appr.
homeslte In Clay Belmore Creek BEAUTIFUL SETTING Clean S old 2
Cly.
COUNTRY
power steering: and brakes low Green's 1!Vii BA. W/W carpet; CHSA; new rang. yr.
(near Gold Head Stat. Park). $14,000. price paid. Welding 838 N.Temple Ave. BR, I'/. BA. CH/A.. Double carport on 3 Ac.
mile. $2773. 7823307. Itchg 8/16 Shop. 301 South Stark., FL. 9645007. and refrigerator) utility room; garage:
By owner. 475.2197.7/264tchg 8/16 173 FORD 4x4i long wheel base. 11/03 1404 sq. ft. on 1 acre n.ar SR 121 and Sterke.FI: .32091 We Now Offer:Appraisal Services-
Ifnchg
5-10 125.ACRE Call 964.4985.8/16 LOTS near Lawtey tfn on Road 4-speed. $1395. 9644897. Itchg 8/16 AXLES A TIRES For mobile homes. Olln's Sinclair Rd. 31900. $1.595 dn: By STROUTREALTY Ce.e.e.e

17 3/4 CHEVY FLAT BEDs 1976 3/4 Ford Mobile Home Sales. Call 9645606. owner. 1-755-225)) or 1752.6238 even LAVIKN OUTLAWM4.H7 EVENINGS VINO CLAIM Mi M4-7IM'

COME OUT AND MEET Pickup. 964-7063. Itchg 8/16 10/13 Hn ings. Immediate occupancy. 8/162tpd MCCMKMAtto IILACOONEY'64NI3 rQNMYCNA3rAIN/ 964-4J"

ED YARBROUGH NEED BABYSITTER IN MY HOME 8/23 MOsM MAXINf SOOrM 451417FArCMUtlfNS NOVA WAllO 964 74s4
NEED TWO Monday-Friday. Beginning September. HOME ON CROSBY LAKE! 4 bedroom; 45-154' WAYNf DOUGLAS M45tlThomas _
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For District Representative 13 EXPERIENCED 3 mos. old. 468-1798 after 6 p.m. 8/09 LR; DR; kitchen; ,dishwasher; carpet: 964-8931 473-)09 JOHN UlNOf""D 496.2151
;HAIRDRESSERS 8/16 heat 8 air 964-6250. 8/16 tin
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Legion Hall-Edwards Rd. pd.Pol,Adv. '' bedrooms, 2 baths. 2200 ft. Call FLORILANDREALTY
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RUSTIC LOG HOMES OPEN FOR VIEWING AUG. .
Ask for Susan RELIABLE MIDDLE AGED WOMAN or SATURDAY "3 Ml. South of Starke on US 301
BEAUTIFUL ENERGY EFFICIENT 18 FROM 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Itpd 8/16
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30 PLUS MODELS of two elderly men. Light housework 964.7700 Saturday A.M. to 1 P oM.
ORDER FREI BROCHURE TODAY cooking, driving. Salary plus room and Wholesale Retail Soles
HONEST ABE LOG HOMESRt. board. Call 4311304. 8/16 tfn 393 N: Temple Ave '
Want Ads Get Results I 964-4124 964-8767 964-S315
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Formerly FAULKNER. REALTY From 150" to 297" IfOOVERS) Nice Assume neighborhood., 11VJX mtg.. on ** These Prices I

ELECTROLUX 3-4 BR. '2 BA home.. Near

| 964-50651 IiIt 3 Bedrooms Available Now 1 .FILTER QUEENS school: Month of August '" '
SEARS"COMMERCIAL LOTS Livestock Feed Sale .

221 Lafayette St. Acro. from Wishbone 1530 W, Madison -Zoned trailers Excellent 13.5%' Steer 100 Ibs..,, ,7.70 "

"e1 65re. We repair all makes financing.. 14% Meal. ,100 Ibs., ,$9.60
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'473 on 301 South. Cornerlot. 12% Horse feed..1, lb... .$8.75
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*SPACIOUS OLDER HOME: In Lowtey. large trees, deep shady porches and sunroom Young'sSince Whole, Corn. .,. ?.100 Ibs$8.50 ,

1957 171 fflfQe. Act ,near Grahem. 16% Ca.. D lryM,.,100. Ibs.,,. $9.95,
STRAWBERRY ACRES: 2 DBL W M/H: 8.5 6 10 Acres. Priced to Sell. Do-lt-Yours| And
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TEN ACRES WITH SOME PECAN TREES: Across from Lost Valley Campground. / 964.6918 Financing

*AUTO GARAGE: Hwy 301 N. Excellent location and nice DW with all the extra $ $ '3 MIleS north of qualified buyer.

*THESE THREE PROPERTIES HAVE EXCELLENT OWNER FINANCING: **
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Hwy 100 E: Neat 2 BR, I BA with many extra ".' Plumbing SuppliesFrom
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Hwy 100 E. 3 BR:, 1 BA CB on 1 Acre.. Janet M.Starling. Associates: .
HIGHWAY 301 N. FRONTAGE 4Vi! Ac. 26000. ,. '
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HWY 16 E.: Lov.Iy..o Ac. farm with house. Or will split. x .'' Realtor ;, ; .

LARGE 3 BR. 2 BA HOUSE on 230 Nice shaded lot. Durrance J'. V; ; .*;' **"*,".' ." ',_, ..' ," ,
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100 ACRE HAMPTON AREA: Only $800.00 per acre Pump& / ,-2'/ .10 Ac.ii;|$2.000 oc. < .' ,located Corner; of ; '

*2V4 ACRE,TRACT: Ready for house or mobil. home. 301 N. '-5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg & SR.18 Worthrnatorr Springs, : Ix/ .+.:
*3 ACRES with nice house. Farmette 225. -Ii. '. ,,
on Hwy Supply Co. i 12500., .,j 496-3939 462.306 ':.. t, '),t'
*CONERLY ESTATES: Nice 3 BR. 2 BA on 1 Ac. Brick veneer. : I -:20 Ac. Cov'd In pines. :c : ",1:" ., :. $ I) 1.*< ..: \' ,,". ,
*WE HAVE FOUR HANDY MAN SPECIALS Call for detail. ;: .f : -50 Ac. 550.000.STATELY ;jS.r.)'', \U. < r ,'", -x: ''I
*2 APARTMENT UNITS: One-$39,300: 1-$43,000. Both need remodeling. U.5.3ON.64N.Tmple. [ I OLDER HOME : \ .
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HAMPTON-34 Ac. farm with MH .converted to look like house. Priced 'right at Starke.: Florida 3 BR. :2 BA 45000. .Sp4XlaIzIng! Fakrsts"; ': :i

69900. ,1\' REMOTE QUIET SIT. :end AcmgeIliuilding or Molt..U I. I jomfeLoti',
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+W. CENTER STREET: House with two rental apartment*.$71.300. Excellent location.. I Good rices" TING:2 BR. 2 BA. $37,730 ( .
for future development. f lS -14 Ac.: $1.730 per ac. '5OO down '72* per month : r

*SIX ACRE FARMETTE: Good<< development on Hwy. 16. dose to prison For Water Haters 3 IR. 2 BAi. Country, .,

FIVE ACRES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREAt Only $13.000. Term .. "' Water Pumps $23,500 i ', t ': ;,'

2 BR MOBILE HOME: One acre In country, Owner motivated fo sell. Priced at only And Other Supplies;" .FEED STORE: $43.000. I ,' : '
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*'.soo. /; ,; : -, ..LIQUOR STORE .. .
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*WALNUT STREET: Lovely old Storfce landmark need .toring. ?< AND LOUNGE '
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HElL BRONN SPRINGS SECTION: 3 BH,2 BA Stucco on Approx..3'4,,,Ac.. :T'::' .? ;' .SERVICE STATION ; '

**COUNTRY 1'/ ACRE: STORE I.autlfullanel GROCERY with GAS MH.:Only In good$18,000.(location"t: WE DIG WELL ; I j,3"$40,000 BR. $33,000' : .::.- New 'Listings 'Needed.. ., ,:,1':
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*8 ACRES ,fn Lawtey Area. Hwy 301 fronto .. ", '2" ,Poy'd. frontooV, .
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; IRENE FAULKNER 964-SI42,, SUSAN FAULKNER 96-1.4G48. (V04)70-393" : ';, ,V: i Auto:',Salac 'Insurance, '" ,.

\1 LOU YOUNG 964-7)29 'BOB MATHEWS 944-7381; .When You N..d A P.O.Drawer M '.,
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TYUWRITIM AND ADDING DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK 1 ; ', (WORK S Sin' Slorke
MACHINES 'O* RENT UnIon''County: Package deal l; 2" or 4" waif, water SPINIT-CONSOll PIANO BARGAIN. STATION SUPERVISOR For
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Times, ISO Main Street Lake Butler' pump., new In.tollotlon of septic Wanted,! Repon.ble! party to take .'.union Developmental: Training Program In
Phone 496-2261 for Information TFN tanks, drain field, and lift stations. over low monthly payment on spinet County. Secure application at 964-6303
411 Mobil horn poles avallabl. All piano Can be teen locally. Write Industrial Complex of Ralford Fl

MOIILI HOMI 3 BDRM.;t 1/2 BH, with work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- Credit Manager P.O. Box 6033 Ft. :(2083. Phone 431-1898. Loaf day for WE BUY C SillT"
12 X 16 odd.on, 12 X 12 utility man 273-2131. UFN 9/1 Myer Beach Plo 33931 accepting application I. August 24 Pdt1 ,
building with washer/dryer hO 9 X,12 pump house Fenced,Yard. and pruning. Also firewood, oak and 150.00, ELECTRIC HOT WATER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR For AI.o U.... VW Parts '.--:
Phone 4962842.2-'chg' \ &,i',*"* pine for sole. Coll Thomas Nettle HEATER 20 got practically new. Developmental Training Program In I GIU"tS AUTO' SALES i
496-3823. ufn 12/22: $73.00. Both may be MM at Powell's Union County. Secure application at 2'/.MI. ,.. on US 301
.YARD SALE : WE DO COMPLETE REMODELING SER- Mobil Park lot 12, after 6:00 p.m. Industrial Complex of Rallord, P.O. ,".72It"" ;:

'r I VICI New trim lob and tubcontrac- daily all day Sot rday. 1_pd Box 368, Raiford, Fl. 32083. Phone .,- .- -. .. ._ n_ .,,_
tlng. for fre ttlmati. toll Waller HONDA ATC 110 3-WHEIUR 1982 431-1898. Lout day for accepting ap .. :.
,YARD.POICH SALI. BIG.BIO. Alot of Smith at Smith Trim Service $430. Phone 4962700. 4-pd plication. I I. Augu.t 24. 1984. a.1 .
,new and used stuff; :lowing 496-2436. 4- chg 8/18-9/6 8/16-9/6 EXPERIENCED MECHANIC Mu.f have .more FOR RENT
machine., antique domestic brand NICI USED REFRIGERATOR Call own tool apply at Golden Rule- old (
sewing machine over TOO yr.'pld. one COME OUT AND MEBTEDYARBRQUCH 431-1033. 1-chg 8/16 Coastal Station SR 100 lake Buffer. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK ii
real nice living room suite brown MALI GOLDEN RETRIEVER To a good 1-chg 8/16 Starke Ads. Mobile home and"spaces for rent. '
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(lather no rip $430.00 or be.t offerv. Your 1':1.:' .'Representative home. Neutered, all .hot. *om* Recreational Vehicle welcome. Phone '"
Soles.tort.Frl, North !2r-3 1/2 mlle! For D/sfr/cf/ / 13 obedience training great dl.po.l-" 4682912. 9/16 tin :
follow the ilgns. Phon 4962270,1'INSURANCE' Fri,Aug. 17 4ISO III 7 P.M tlon. $60.00 Phone 4962924. 1-chg Subscribe TodaytUNION MOBIL HOMES, FOR RENTi, One mile ;:
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\r'" teglonN.M-EdwordsRd.' Pd.PdM.. 8/16 ,:, COUNTY TIMES from Stork city limit. Clean Hwy 16 ,
: : 19U RANGER PICKUP V-6 engine, air 496-2261 MOBILE HOMES W. Call 168.1323.10/01 fin .. }
cond., 4-..peed.lfn 8/16 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES, for rent. On .,' ; '
Subscribe'loke I COWS AND BULL On cow Gemiey FOR SALE ", ,
aal Hwy 16 W. Clo.e to prl.on. Call ';' I
MAINES INSURANCE ACINCYi Ay.hlr cross, bull .
160 S. one 3 mo. cross 468-1323. 10/07 tin. Ii'' '. ,
fLak. Avenue, Lake Butler. 4963978. Buffer: breed, one heifer 3 mo. Gerntey. All *Rooms SKYLINE MOBILE HOMB CENTER, Hwy. STUDIO APARTMENT W.ekly?monthly ,' : ,
i Complete Insurance Service TFN. Call Vicki/ 496-2261 for $630.00 or sell teperote. Call 301 N. Starke. 964....'.. or 9644778. rate. Palm. Apartment., 2314 N.Tern- I i

"" 496.2270.1-pd To Rent Come out and check out the bargain pie Ave. 7/28 tinBRIGHTSUNNY 'j:
REAL ESTATELOOKING Talk to Walter,(Bud)Alvarez for a great ROOM with bath. Oppo.lt -
RAIFORD/IAKI BUTUR CBS HOMES 3' COM OUT AND MEBTIDYAKBROUCM Weekly/ "Monthly deal. 4/26 tin Stark Post Office Mu.t see to 1{
FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF BR, )Vi BA. W/W.carpet CHA, new "Or KEYSTONE HEiOHTSi Handyman Special- appreciate.Affordable rote. (
PROPIRTYt If I don't have It, I'll find range' & refrlg., utll. rm.. garage Your N..,Rprenrof By the Night 12x60 champion. Nothing down and ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH r
It; i.. Just o.k. JANE, S. USHER, ((404 sq. ft. on T ac. hear SR 121. & ForOlitrtetn located by $35 month. Need kitchen and bath. W/SwImmlng pool Mold .ervlce, .1:;

I.ve.REALTOR. 496-2126 or 496-2903, 'Sinclair Rd.. $31,900. $1,595 dn. By Frl.,A.... 17 4.30 Hi 7 P.M., Starke Post Off Ice 473-7360: other from$69.93. 6/28 8tpd linens Included. Restaurant and loungeon :.,
.. "Your 1-753-2251 8/16 preml.e UtIIHIe. Included
Union 1.752.6238
County Realtor owner or
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8/04 tin _*v*., Immediate! occupancy.ttjni s/14 1983 SKYUNEi 28x 8. Central heat/alr..3 parking lodge of
Magnolia. BR. 2 BA. Take over payments. No ..Stork; 964-7600,3/03 tin
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Hotel equity. 468-2372. Call after 6 p.m. Itch NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 1
I 8/16 BA apt. For more Information call lake Pi 1

: Keystone Heights Ads ,., 1984 FLEETWOODi .14x70: 2 bath Excellent Butler "P..., 496-3141, Equal Oppor ,',
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$240 per mo. NO DOWN PAYMENT. LOT IN MOBILE HOME PARKS Keystone '.;:
.. FOR RENT Height $55 month Across from lak. ,'
WANTED Ju.t good credit. Olin*, Mobil Horn ,:.,
h PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALE Soles, Stark; FL Hwy. 100 W. 7/19 tin Geneva. 473.7560.6/28 Btpd 8/16 .

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS SECRETARY TAKING A VACATION KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. New-3 BR, 2 BA, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.' Mobile home 2 BR, o
i IIALTYIIALTOIt : some one sick In the oHIce. I will fill or In CARPENTER WORK Itemod.llng'c, SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC furnished doublewlde on wooded lot. Across from,,Lok. Geneva. $155/mo.w
Rental Property Available lor you. Call 473-2898 after 6 kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. pipe and fitting Water loltener Well septic tank and air hook-up. / .473-7360.6/28
v'' ZONED FOR BUSINESSCentral location Good reference, fin \- .p.m. Reasonable price. Call 473-4018 after Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgt., $1975 down $363 per month. Discount SMALL RESTAURANT For Leaie.
on HWY21. 850 q.ft.. $300 per mo. 3:30: p.m. 1/3 tfnchg 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg for ca.h.'Call ((904) 473-2669 for Info. 9647184. Itpd 8/16.
1. WHITI SANDS LAKES 28R I BA, CB CARPET AND VINYL. Repair and' Installation AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to place your 8/09 2tchg 8/16 Ill, Vt 'BATH' HOUSE A/C. Kitchen
hou.e, screened porch, garage. $325 LOSTFOUNDLOST *.,Fro estimates. Ten years order Nutrlllte Vitamin, Need extra $ ".11 PER MONTHS Cheaper than equipment.. Preferred couple, only.
/., mo. .' experience. Call 473-4217 and ask ,for Income? Call u* for details. Rent) Own thl. 1984 3 BR/2 BA home, 468.2339.8/09 fin .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, ) GIRL'S WALLET 'Augu.t 10, fairway Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 4733671.510 rfnchg with credit approval 8 small del. APARTMENT. Call 964-61U or 964-3261.
R.ahor,473-iBB1' St. REWARD. Please call 9648350after HANDYMAN) All kids ol horn repair, JC PENNEY CO. Big August Cu.tom charge: Call Mr, ,Canon, 4737993.. .336-C W.CALL ST.*1 BR Apartment,$165 .'
:;;,' 6/21 tfnchg 8 p.m. ttchq 8/16. mobllehome repairs, and fix-up need Decorating Sale. Up to 50 per cent off 8/09 2tchg 8/16 mo., Sec. Dep. $165. Call Tiffin ft .,;
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,J No |Job too mail. Minor plumbing Cu.tom drape, bedspreads, carpet, $ .'.n PER MONTHS Why' pay rent? Owen, Inc. 964-5065. Itchg 8/16
''-,.MOIILI HOMI FOR RENT 2BR furnished. NOTICECLASSIFIED repair Cleaning .ervlc light haul vertical blind. Call 771-4361 and ask When you con own this beautiful 1984 2 3 BEDROOM. 1, BATH HOME for lea...
X; A/C. $110 a mo. plus depo.lt. 684-6634: ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day. or evening' for' Joyce McGee 3tchg 8/9.23 BR/14 wide. Quick credit approval ft One mile off US 16 West $250 mo. Flr.t ;:
/S.; : 6/Mtfnchg ADVERTISING should be sub- 3/17 tfnche- AKC SHELTIE pup. wk.old.Call alter 6p.m. mall del. charge.:Call Mr. Carson and last month ft $130 dep. 9648333.

.. 31R. KITCHEN EQUIPPED clo.e-ln. mltted to the Lake Region Monitor off SERVICE WATER PUMPS AND AIR CONDITIONERS 475-2225.1tchg 8/16 173.7993.1/09 2tchg 8/16 LAKEFRONT-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA .1
\; Available Sept ,1. 904-268-6069 2tchg Ic. In writing and paid In advance ) Dyke Electric Motor Co.. 24 CUBIC FOOT BUY AT FACTORY INVOICE Closing' out. 3 BR, 2 BA.:CHSA. large shaded lot.All .;:
,' 8/9.16 unless credit I I. already establishedwith For emergency services 473-7706 FRIGIDAIRI-refrlgeralor/freexer, All double ft .Ingle.. Buy at Invoice appliance $37S/mo, Call 473-3573 or 'r"-!
;?, LAROI 1." COnAGE unfurnished this officeMONITOR Keystone Height 4tpd 7/19-8/9 lde-by-lde.. Excellent condition. $300 and del. charge. Over 30'to choose 1-743-3066. 8/16 4tchg 9/06 I
>. with rang, 'ref., A/C. adult only STAFF 'CANNOT BE HELD SEWING MACHINES CLEAN oil and ad- or best offer. 473-2186. llpdB/23 from. GOLDHEAD' MOBILE HOME LAKE BROOKLYN SMOKERISE SUB 2 BR.
,"I, Lak Serena $200 monthly. 475-1482. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN lust| tension In your home. $ 4.95, Call 3-PIECE RATTAN SET-2 couc.... and corner.table. SALES, Hwy 21 No. Keystone'Height, .T BA: wall to wall carpet; central heat
; Itpd8/16 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 473-2006, Itpd 8/9 Mode In Manilla. Excellent 473.7993.8/09 2tchg 8/16 ft air stove ft relrlgerator. S300/mo, '
OATORBONI LAKE-.2BR. air, go heat, THE TELEPHONE. CHILD C....!- I will care for your child ('n condition, reasonable. ...73.31951tchg816 8x48 PEERLESS MOBILE HOMES $1,000, 964.5663 or 473-2636. Itpd 8/16 ;
wood stove, 24x24 great room, large Clai.lfled deadline I I. Tuesday noon my horn*.,473-3342. 2tchg 8/16-23 Firm. 964-4189. Itpd 8/16' FURNISHED APARTMENTS One bedroom,
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; porch on 3/4 acre*. $375 p.r mo., first, prior to Thursday publication. SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-262V4 mile 12x.0 MOBILI HOMES 2 BR 1 BA. Air living room large kitchen and dining
last and deposit. 1.629.3087 8/16tfnchg Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$2.73. NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call east of Melro. Azalea sale, SO cent cond. 8800. 782-3731 or 7823437. area. Bath. No children.9646234. Itpd

LAKE GENEVA. Keystone, Brick 2BR, 1% then 0 cent for each word thereafter, Chuck Satterwhlte Stat Farm In. each $5 limit. 473163916tfnchg 8/16 2tchg 8/23 3 8R MOBILE HOMEr Convenient to.hop
'' I bath, C/HA, fireplace*, appliances, nice .uranc* ; Lawrence Blvd., Keyston. PUPPY FOR SALE, female, mixed, BY OWNERi 2 8R, 114 BA. furnished or ping center. No children, no pet*.
beachv: $450'per mo.. 4732417. Itpd Height 473.7272.7/19 tfn three fourth hu.key, one fourth 'unfurnl.hed. Florida Room, carport 9648810.'I 1 tchg 8/U'
,y 11/16' CARS TRUCKS NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE?Call Chuck shepherd.4 Mo.All .hot. $25 473-2730 fenced, utility building dose to, ONE YEAR OLD HOME 3 BR, I'/t' BA. '
', LAKEFKONT Satterwhlte, State Form' Itpd8/16 school and hopping area,,"4733627. CHftA; located In Clay Co. On one acre, ,
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Lawrence CRAPES- U-Plck. Lilly' Vineyard and I Itchg 8/16 tree covered lot w/lnced-ln/ backyard.
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.. S37S/tnoi 'Call 473-3573 or I ; 1STlR '-.JlLH.198:1"black: : PRO.FESJIONAl LAWN Hlw..y/t100 Florohome. 659-2121. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY '473-1387 or 259..5:>>.''8/16 2tchg 8/23 .

> .kZtabtF, t19/,4, _ane\Mf OT O3_aiMen 4ndl>lonGarotte1 *.k*>e "" .. pl.plgwnr SERVICES, Corn- .4tchfl8/16-9/6 3 i ,.r ) ;\ :; I t0USTRIALiAGRICUIURALTRACTQRS,, ", ,,'
(JA' 4' meohonlCowried.' \ ''Co1I.d'lhyanStonf." f Commercial pprRyogdnMroM/.RerKeh. "HOUSES'' ,""*''I"t'.__s.vtiltyT1EAS. rrw, n7"', ,:.AND. EQUIJTMUTO! Backboe maton. i
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[ 473-4284 after 3 p.m. Itpd 8/16 eitlmate. Free FOR SALE ,. .tractors, mow.r.,'bo. blade. ,.tiller.
475.2197.v.nlnae. 8/02 fin I. -- .
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*" NEW, 14 WIDE MOBJLEHOMI mileage excellent condition 473-7962. KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES- New roomy One block from City Hall HtNTALS! Waldo Flea Mu*' t. S
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condition, loaded. Sharp topper. Mull ANONYMOUS. Closed course. See to appreciate. -By owner family home In Jacksonville'o r BR, 2 BA Utility 'buildings one double .
8/9
473.22521tpd sell. 473-3498. 1tpd81tYARD meeting. Monday 8 p.m. ,Open $34.000. Call 473-2598 4tpd 7/26-8/16 Golnevllle or other Income property. garage,, 4".well on one acre. Fenced
f'j'\;'. meeting Friday 8 p.m. Alanon, Mon OLDER 3BR 1V Bath with .one acre land., Clyde Simpson 1119 Burnett Bank yard. Call 533-2474 after 6. 8/16 tin :
i'. HELP WANTED SALE day B p.m. All meeting at Educational Nice garden spot, lawn and fruit tree. Building, Jacksonville FL 32202. ((904)) MOBILE ,HOME.' '2 bedroom, Nice. ;,
', -Bulldlna----"' CcwnmunlhChiinK--.r _..v._. -n.27Qn 19.900 or belt offer. 964-6991 or 336-6949. Itchg 8/16 Deposit required. No pet. 9648816.
or 475-2130. tfnchg 473-3371 WII.onItoad, Starke. 2tpd 2 II TRAILER $125 mo. No pet. allowed. :
MANUGACTURE REP: for gift, clock, FAMILY GARAGE SALI on Immokolee OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS- No due. 8916. Furnl.hed. 964-3161 or 964-4474. Itcha
'''r;;I novelty Item. Full time or part time.Territories Rd. off SR-10O. Sat, Aug. 18, 8 a.m.2 fees or weigh In*. Open '_tlng., WINDING ROAD AND WOODS- OH LOSTFOUNDFOUNDt 3 BR HOUSE FOR RENT Partly furnished, )

'' available In FL., GA. ALA, p.m., 473-2331.Itchg 8/16 Tuesay', 7:30 p.m Community Church Bellamy-bewteen Keystone and $223 per mo. $100 see dep. No pet .;
'", S.C.f MISS.Mu.t hoVe good transporta ESTATE/GARAGE 'SALE-' Moved frombig Educational Building, Keystone Bostwlck In George Lake area. Mini I Medium Sited Dogs Call and allowed. 964-3161 or ,964....,.. Itchg ,
,. tlon. Apply to P.O.i Box 373, Keystone,,' house to .mall with no Itorage. Height, 473-2790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg form 300 x 130, oil chain link fenced describe 96/-5997. Itpd 8/16 COVE HOUSE 2 BR, 1 BA North 301. Par-
';' Height, FL. 32656' 2tpd 8/16-23, "; Lot*" of thing must go. Household, SELL OR TRADE- Yamaha Consol Piano 4BR 3BA Older doublewlde 3 Outbldge. LOSTi Ladle* Brown Wellet-ln Key.tone holly furnl.hed. S225/mo. Security,

I... yard, building items. plus furniture. excellent condlton for a horse of equal Well, lots of extrac-reody to move In. on Fairway Ave. 8/10/84. Would be ,$225? Call Tiffin 6", Owen., Inc. ;
"S Box 3216 Breezy Point Rd. off CR-214. value. Piano priced at $1300. 'Call $30.000 3tpd 8/9.23 grateful to get picture of daughterand 964.5065.sltchg8/16' '

eve 5'I,' tchg 8/16. 473-2183 or 473-7947 tfnchg 7/26 STANG REALTY.INC other personal Item returned. EFFICIENCY APARTMENT One BR. 301
Broadway "; AUGUST 18lo a.m. till 4 p.m. lO-.peed PAC .... Buy Sell and trad*. Used furTREE'j REIIL TON MLS 782-3101. Bonnie Reward altered N. On mile North of Stark. city limit,
SERVICE ', 'bicycle, household lurnltuyr*,,toy.and nlture, appliance, household Item, 1-388-2430 Itpd 8/14 $14S/mo. plus $100/.ec. dep. Call Tif
.': miss Item Minnie Storage Unit 72, collectable. glassware, old lewerly LAKE CRYSTAL- C-18, S.E. ..7th'St., CB fin ft Owen. Inc. 94-5063. Itchg 8/16
t { Removal).I West on 100. No early birds Itpd 8/16 tool.. etc. 473-2183 tfnchg.7/26 C/HA 3BR, 2 Bath., large family room, MISCELLANEOUS
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'1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 S large
,J Trimmingt a.m. garage fireplace By appointment
.' 'p.m.621 Orange Ave off Orchid, between only. 473,7360.itdng, 8/16 HELPWANTED,
Stump Removal Jopmlne- and Pecan; Itpd 816TheOklnCrThop Subscribe Today THE FRIED CHICKEN FACTORY. On H wy ,

Firewood _.. LAKE REGION MONITOR 301 S. I I. open, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. A SELF-STARTING COUPlI FOR STORE
s '""': ''' Itchg 8/16 'MANAGEMENT petition In Macclenny.
Free Estimate .:: ::,. :=:
473-3310
I Subscribe I IJ. DOG Free to good home*Real ,eute. Good starting calory. AC 2 BR opt. In .
> 473-4732 ; ;. 9645997. Itchg 8/16 cluded. House Ins. Plan available. Additional -
.,' ," hinge benefit Call!' 1t466-3534
{, After 5 P.M. ?' : ''for Interview. 7/03 tfn '
Over 100 Channel K.ytton.Heghfs:
.1. \, Keystone Heights I', SMITHWOOOV ,WE BUY flNAKfSIJtAtUt ; Want Ads Get Results FEDERAL, STATE ft CIVIL SERVICE JOBS :
473-2210
1 C'A O. 5-S now 'avallabl In area. Call
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'."(',i, LI -... Mie: .* Ham Satellite SystenasInc., t'' ,,,C"'"?"'",. ,,' U1 '1 3tpd 1-619-369-8304 8/16 for Inf... 24 hour 8/02

Hwy. 100 W-Keytone Heights S c&cMiniStorage ,CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great; Income paatial.
(t904\471.2' ,, 1.1 jEQf all occupation For Information
Pr an. i C 1 calf ((312) 742-8620
ext. 362.8/02
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If 7MAr 71tM4 ':, 8/23 '.
el-- ", TOGO '. MATURE WOMAN NIEDED to help elder- '

We Deliver Home, for: Sale ",,4, Hwy 30..-South-Stark. ,, ,dy ''disabled lady,with s.lf-cere and
.. I 'A'Ml.*>,,f Shopping Center / housekeeping. Dally part time or liveIn. "
'. : / Owner Financing to Qualified J Buy.r .' Interested? Please call 485-1879 or
I 4681437. Should be able td provide'

12'yd.1 3/4 yd. Features: Brick. 3 Bedroom Home 2' .' ,9646020MAKE character reference. Itchg 8/16
SATURDAY, ft SUNDAY POSITIONS
I Baths. Family Room, double carport,Inside'' Dependable person to work snack bar
473-7653 t Open1 6 pays q Week 'utility room. CH/A., Fenced rear yard !slIR9tdI. --' 'at'' Waldo flea Market. For appoint-
ir& : 'ment. call 468.2235.1tchg 8/16
w/utillty building 2400 total squar..fe.t.HWy '
I, '? (INDUSTRIAL. SUPERMARKET OPERATION
;,100 '.Keystone tfelghts Location: 160 N.Et '9th Avenue, Lake MONEY heft Immediate opening for stockers
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It Butler. Experience not ce..ary. Willing -to
,Call 496-2948 or 694-6610 (Ocala) train. Plea. oppy Miller' Supermarket

'MAK, .. t.' ..... 'J.'-0'- : ,Subscribe. I Raid.ni.otB.rntc.Holmes' .. ..SAVE MONET manager, Keystone for appointment.Height or Itchg call 8/16 store

INDUSTRIAL SUPERMARKET
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'.AYII'MY' -'has' Immediate ,opening for bakery
,, ''a help: Extensive experience not
p'9t Any 9S ..... ;' Enroll In the HSR Block'Income Tax Course now. rsscessary.Willing to train. Pi....oppfy I

: r 14 Make money) during tax time, Comprehensive course '; at Miller' Supermarket Keystone
''Ervolilnf1eH&ABIockl ; I Io Heights*, call store for
or
S Income'b manager ,appointment.
o Tax Court now. Make 'Sd NIiIN, .AvaHabteDe ;? taught by' experienced HSR Block Instructors begins .' Itchg a/16' ,
during tax am*. Comprehe11s1ve' &. In BEST WESTERN MOTOR INN I I.
cour*taught byexp nenced ( p,8e.EitraothM- ,to AIM AYMBMII" ) soon your area. ceptlng application for housekeeping now oe-

HAR Block matructors begins, Whole I House :r: : 7.S CEU's Awarded Apply In 1290 N.
Special po.ltion per on
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7.8 CEU' Awefdxl Carpet Dyed IIII 1; '! T.d ', .,.,, MOM WORK PART TIME now Ml Dec.
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WHO COVUI Ml A MTflOiINCOJkH 'Gifts Plan free kit. No In've.tment.
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>ry't Pay"Sieving

For,MoreInformation' Bradford ,& Unkwi" Co., ,>ami sufretmAng_ aM ; RFor More Information WANTED 8/16 3tchg Certified 8/30 water plant operatorfor

I the City of Low,*,. For detail, con-
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e'Al.LNOW: ,, + b';!( S. CALL NOW : :" ', :,. ?',' t:\ '8/163tchg8/3), ; 1

S r61itBB//1 .. 1 .1 .-.. earp.feilft_ ":, ; POWt PLANTOPRATORz Minimum
5 I !>... 4ii,,I .r.-R1SS >> : ., :t '-,;.a.. :,,',' f:1,: ,< ,, ....: 4'Q M>llfIcatloA"H$gradual orGtO or
: J ; > vocational school grad with experienceIn
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Claude Presscott resigned. Council member by Council Chairman Gen Melvl. .r. it '
In a letter of resignation to th8 and City Clerk Linda Robinson.
/0 council Presscott saidI Am't fill,1 Edwards Is filling the scat vacated by Claude ;
':. can be<< of any further servtep, t$ file Presscott.. '.I.
'+ community. The Town of Brooker will also. have to decide ,".
After the recommendation and wether or not to abolish the position of mayor
nomination of Cart Edward. by. recented vacated by Blake Hamilton. '.\
4): Council Chairman Gen lt .
council voted to install Ji:.d .
p Iii the upcoming ,city _ti* .t, Pilgrimage to tht'lt latldt! t. .
February. ; :

", :', .decision The council- of wether also agreed or not to fca pit jati&ES h+ ,\ TV v \ "Israel, the Homeland/ : of Jesus" 'j 'j'

:.' the position of'mayor in the city ,,.I .1'
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l., the District 5 county commission, Ho/y/ond/ and Egypt
seat, presently held by Homnr Hart, Iq" 1 ,
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,. after the council voted to make Mf Athens extension ':
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; him a council member. With the '
:, absents\: of a mayor>,> Melvin.swore Departure Date: ''J,
Edwards in. November 26, 1984 "'
'i,+ C.J. Stalnaker made the motion ir .:
for the decision about the mayor 1448 from, New York '
(. position be put to a popular vote., CONTACT:
t.I ",, .. Council members said they would \ i
I leave it up to City Attorney nefflwK, ,":.;....'1'i" 401 s.',Epperson S,., g
Blinn to take care of the legalities"of,'., f Stark,. FL 32091 J
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:t lots in the city to be rezonwfto.jwrs. ,',f, ;( /A PROVEN LEADER!!, Vote For and Elect
mit mobile homes. :
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payment for, the water works..Payment -,,,,.! : Paiinership with >, tf',,,, \
is due August 23.,"'I,awwrew, .., W' '
/ ,.. you do have the money the pay it,'.'.' 'i -
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I, h, oked bill.Edwards after voting to\nay'the < ", ;"

?: Agreed to purchase 9 tew atynftiRj") and pump for.the cholinatar jiyajtem,;; f HAMILTON'COUNTY '
of the water works.Presently tha old;{; .
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pump Is inoperative and the city to';,, .. STATEREEPESEHTATIVE I
having to use liquid cholme.The new/ '
motor and pump will enable the Jo V. COMMISSIONER
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continue the use of gas instead o li, ; '
quid. Gas is much,cheaper't*'use : ,; ;i
and more efficient thaw,.tiva/tiwid/; 1: <' 't" .5th ,DISTRICT "
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system. i e. ; Chairman Melvin said''that*. "
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the gas system within yweek.; ; ''t.' : .

Agreed to have county, cmal. >*': As Bradford,County ,moves, ahead to the next four1 yearn} (county
look at the holes in roads that' : \
sioners belong to the county.:Discussion was : Will grow and change with the times, As dour county commissioner J ; J! '
made about the jfossiblUy,of nutting; CRAPY all the 'effectively
will devote of time and to ,assist in
necessary
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,:: \ ,aprons on several' of,tbd r. j with' ;{ ...
drainage problems? in; Broohfld;,,. .. : the running of our county government.. .

Agreed to continua ,.?--.?.,, w 1 '' Passed Prison Impact Bill, Sparsity -:
the possibility,,'of getting .the i railroad .-,
crossing fixed.Metv Mid thfttj' Factor school funds) and
the rail road company was holding, ( Vote HAMILTON r LADV
off decision about,installing '. .Democrat, ,f
on a !! funding which ,brought .-.:., ,
new eight mile 'line.-; .. emergency ,

:. HAKIMSalad .. ,''Sradford; .. ,226,683 yearly!, ,!'This ,

iiis'' not earmarkedfor: a 1 .
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:: Eating out U:',orwpastimM ofllw:(
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Those ,fomili8,''.whoa/ memhers ; ,
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wpecUIJy n et thsi Sj.needs.
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( ;: "* mahager of, the 'local. Savings & Loan Association..

: Supt, ;.af 'tefcools :, : Sqndy'. (Mrs. Davis), ,is employed by Longchamp \

\> Homesline" ; custorn 'home builders in. the Starke ,
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I'! ;: ','" and: ttud, .i* w 1to| ..n :\;".4 (".n.,=,door: 'policy for. ;'concerns: ,: !;:On-) .: ; Jn( the, Shirks ,Recreation( n. Department's'
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:,: prove :itrWijMiHMw;: f.ak, <:tobi.lity.Qnd.rna.r1ogem'enf. skmJ" f commendable: l job'if electecf'as! your .Brodf: .ardcoup: ';
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ball star Ronnie Murphy took the guys. We've really been impressedwith Nadasky. ;
'pass high, on the run, and sped the player's desire to learn. "I went down to his high school in- :' IP IMsttesWl,' '-? I IP
toward the basket. He leaped high in They arc out here hustling and work- itially not to recruit him but to look .'" ** '
the air over three defenders ing hard and having a lot of fun at at a teammate of his on the same wr
clustered under the boards to stop the same time." high school team," Haddad told the
him, whirled into a 360 degree turn In addition to the work in those group. "But more and more as the rh
and stuffed the ball into the hoop fundamentals, the players get involved game progressed I started to notice ,
with a resounding crash.It in "three on three" league this big, gangley kid who seemed to 4 -
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took place in the Keystone Heights far, however, came when J.U. Assis- full speed every minute of the game '
High School gymnasium in front of tant Coach Rick Haddad came down and diving for the loose balls. Just
35 student-players from three coun- for a vist Tuesday morning with two giving it everything he had. That's
ties who are attending a unique sum- of his most outstanding players in what college coaches look for the r .. .
mer basketball camp sponsored by tow.Area most in young, developing players ;.W. I
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"We are very pleased with not only should need no introduction to Ron- can possibly be. Every player in this :; x"M II I
the turnout but with the effort nie Murphy. The 6'5" sophomorefrom gym can reach his full potential with I
these young players have put into Ovieda Florida was an that kind of effort."
Improving their games," com- Honorable Mention All-America for
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along with coaches Bobby Hurner season and was selected as one of
and Mike Wingate are running the the top five freshmen in the country Mr1"i"
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men Both Wingate and Burner are being the only freshman to be namedto ,::. I
outstanding former players for the first team on the Sun Belt Con-
KHHS and have spent many hours ference All-League squad in its i
with local high school players in history. Several knowledgablecoaches '
their off hours in an effort to Improve have compared him with .
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more involved in the game and to Olympic team.Nadasky .
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teach them the basics, then go on to 20 points in the Dolphin's final gameof
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Have an announcement?.,. Get It In to u* by Monday at 3 p.m. and we .. Vacation Bible School at Evergreen Baptist. Church: Road 173, Lawt.y, will be held1 'Judo Closses...wlll be .Id Monday and Thursday nights in Keystone Heights High, '
con put It In the' Calender! Local w.nts.'church: gatherings, special: speaker or new.''Aug. 13-17,from 6:30.9 p.m. each evening. Kkk-off will be Saturday. Aug. It* Enroll- 'School cafeteria. Junior classes: will b. held from 6:30-7:30 p.m. senior classes from .
group organizing will be Included on request. We must ask that you keep th.m a. m.nt and special: program will be featured.'Classes or. for chlldr.n' through adult 7:30.8:30: : Call 473-364. '";; .;t, ,%. ", l i :.t
concise a. possible. '.> ages. "':f'" l it. I ,.-.
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I Christian Church St.ri&.wll..old. Vacation Bible School Aug.: 13-17, from 7la "" 7:30 p.m; And on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30p.m.: at the Keystone Heights Woman's'Club. ;' "

i' j Social 1 Events j '<. 9 p.m. each evening. Enrollment will be h.ld Aug. 1 11 with aweiner roast I',: Call.473-3784 for; further information, ," I' \ '<,'' i,,,' ;j'S #j CfcJ1@ ,''. ""' :,r .-
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; ,. : I } 1 oj.) S '* :, Overeater* Anonymous..meets: weekly at the St.' "Maik's Episcopal Church: parish ,>;? I

:' Square Dancing... Beginning 'In July square dancing: will b. h.ld'the'second: and .. Starke Boy Scout Troop 70 meet* from 7 8:30 p.",*.ach Tuesday I in the: scow/ hut ., hou... Thursdays at 11:30: a.m. For Informations call 783-3931,1' "' Jjr / I. ,;.

fourth Thursday of each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic: lodge In Stark., corner: of behind the tennis courts on Pratt Street In Stark.. ;' Preschool Screening.' .. Aproechool.cr l .ning sponsored by ;the Bradford Cluntt ..,T ....7 ,
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Sweet Adelines... This"woman's barbershop music group meet each: Monday at 7:30p.m' : ;. ..ChurchesClubs and Organizations l i : I mode by'" tolling 646800; b.for. Aug. 3}. _|t "' ,"?.,, ,r ;J'' '?,'"*,! .j"' S..".. '',.,,, :..
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: Yonge .;' Ez.rds.Clas.a..b.gln August will b* Thursday thereafter' ) beginnlng -, Florida Stet Museum. -. > ,% ? ;' : '
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\ Episcopal Church.. .. Meeting h.id.och w..k In the Parish House Include: will be a $1.00 charge per person participating.: .;?J-' ,: *! *-. ..'of Florida Hi"ory'and a MCI"a .'aloc. and Obecll( : Ootlery.; Hour 9.5 weekday* .nd| t
Trinity Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. $V' I : 111 .' ';Salurday* Tu..doy open till 9 p.m.; t.Sp.m., Sunday and holiday;located on th..tenor -S*'

Cub Boy Scout: Pock 109 each Monday night at 6:30 p.m. wvyvv w, ? ., Metros TOPS... The weight' reducing club meet* each Tuesday of 9:30:: a/mi. .at her ,,,of, Newell Drive,' and, Museum. Road at' ,h.. University.... { of Florida campus.. : \n ."
Ellam Church in Melro.e.. "'".*" I """ItIl'o tf'hV 1 *, a "* ft ',r".' V"c ,3'clffitP'ftiY'S1AV! :" )1'..,.,
Brownte' meet Monday at 3 p.m. Baptist I V .,' : J :'., I
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Boy' Choirslert meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. : ,' .,J;;' Lake Sutler TOPS... Take Off Pound. Sensibly Club meet each: ,Thursday evening at _
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f 6:30 p.m. at the Faith Baptist. Church on 1200 5..12th St. In lake Butler. For further In .J I '
of film of contemporary: nature each.gh'j !formation toll Undo Durham a! m-3384. :!; k*I4S.glnning '. .n} ; -; j ". :;f' f;" ., '
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FBppedr'enw. Film at the. Hippodrome.,35 SE 2nd Ploest I lnGalne vlll.. jj,. ,(1 & 'i '' ', .. > !:-w! %' : *;,*$; ;" 'Cf .I.),,:' I .";; .'J'I. '"' '"' +4tt'\' : \i.IJ/(:/. }.
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J Sundav .t 4-30: pJn. 'at "Kenn-AIr* on the north .Id.0rh. Galnesvllla Regional. Air. Aquas. Ctese.Monday, Wedrwsdoys'i:;and Fridoys.9 a.m.. 4'p.m..and 6 p.m.! "\ )43 a8111:CIvk' Center", I.30S-345.4896; lakeland Civic Center and TheolreV r
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Keyttoite Nlghtowi*.' ''flight version of Homemaker* Club meet.second Tuesday ofeach ,. noon at 4:3O: p.m, In Room I36B t Union County High School.: Morning plena, ** began; 90(52O62IfCocoaBench l (Bros.y'.- 4:3CIS-7! t.54H.' ., K't afc i iI >.';;>' '. V J
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When Chuan-An and Susan Chen Susan, who where about that. We want to grow
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. I Six a reputation for high quality They haven't had many vacations between the "two Chinas''
t. years later the couple have and fresh ; He .still ;'< .r I''
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popular (China'' Blight i
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301 north. both. cooking.. ... He.. is good at we wanted to live in a smaller somewhat in recent years, Chaun-An :
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way a ;
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a small island nation next to An"We are very comfortable the ,
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they purchased the Toreno Motel United States is supported by the Gainesville is nearby, where we findsome "We always hnve hope someday the .J:
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Bradford Cuunty for over 10( years, Ing. "
My Mark Krledlln Her partner Faye Hall eves In Lake slt's exciting, Mary Ann says si
\ : KCT Staff Writer City and will be Joining her for Satur- "We've planned it for a long time. It'.*
J Ever had the urge to go out to dire day's grand opening, which Is set to hard to believe that" its finally, really!1
ner or to a party and wear something begin at 9 a.m. "People always have abonKo happen.
1 ti tii for the occaison that Is totally unique special occasions in which they wantto ,
l -. / and one-of-a-kind? wear something special. As the Mary Ann will do a personal Inter
, You can do that beginning this area has grown so have the social op- view with each customer including
t;: Saturday when a new clothing, boutique !. portunities. Of course, we aren't going complete, precise measurements anda
'called "Ebony Ivory > holdsits to be limited to formal wear list of color options for the par.
grand opening on 301 North here in by any means We w just any typeof ticular style chosen. Mary Ann has
:1l Starke. casual outfit that the customer can many types of fabric samples on hand
:1'c The new store,-which specializes in suggest. I'm sure casual summer outfits and will give the customer a wide,]
l unique, handmade clothing for all will be popular here in Starke." choice of what they want their crea
ages and sizes, Is limited only by the The two partners will design tion to be made of. .I
customer's imagination as to what Is clothing according to customer The new partners plan a fashion;
possible, says new co-owner Mary specifications, but Mary Ann says she show around Christmas featuring
: .,, aw0; Ann Whitten, who says she has also has many ideas of her own which party fashions and many other,types
':;f- '. -.---. -- -- ''. I' wanted to open her own shop for will be offered to customers as well. of formal. wear including attire for,
: tr.' "" many years."I Many examples of her art decoratedthe brides and bridesmaids. "
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'4r<-j} Design ';i(. love sewing and I think there is a walls of the new store early this Mary Ann's husband Gary works at
I ';! !,Mary Ann Whltton( bove) Is shown here preparingone Ing up Oil V.S.u i uortlTiii Starke.'m, market here for "high quality, custom week as she and her partner engaged Union Correctioal Institution and the'
; of her original clothing designs for the Grand Opening The shop will specialize in custom designed clothing. made clothing," says Mrs. Whitten, a. themselves in a flurry of last minute couple have a daughter Jeanise' aee',
of"Ebony and Ivory" a new clothing boutique : native .of Raiford who has i ,
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'I 1 The office of the Bradford County ed.Cases : forfeited to vending machine, case transferredto defendant pled to other charges. Sworn complaint charging aggravated -"\
State Attorney received 33 new in- to be sold. The air- misdemeanor court. Joseph A. Prevatt arrested for assault June 1, victim does' ..
cl j dividual cases and/or felony defen- reason in traffick- Betsy Jackson arrested grand theft-burglary, defendant not wish to prosecute. .
: dants for prosecution during the follows: seized at Keystone September 9, 1981 for welfare fraud, sentenced on other charges. Sworn complaint of aggrayit&1
:; ( month of July. Only one of these John aggreeded to PTI program April 12, Complaint of worthless check assault, insufficcnt evidence. i
;. a: cases involved' Florida prison inmates August for grand 1982, failed to complete program pl- March 18,. dismissed lacked pro- Clarence Tyler charged with grant
according to' Investigator transferred to ed guilty in 1983 and was placed on secutive merit. theft,case dismissed victim does pot I
1 Wiley Clark. gram : probation, fined $300 and $219 to be Mrs.L.M.Crawford arrested May wish to prosecute. I
-', *, Informations were filed on 25 prior charged paid to MRS, found in violation of 11 for worthless check,made restitu- Ike Dell arrested June 16 for aso\:
('T cases and there were no jury trials. two .by'an inmate probation November, 1983,pled guilty tion. gravated assault dismissed lacked
.1|, The state attorney.declined to proSecute case attorney found no in July and was placed under James Addison arrested May 1 for prosecutive merit.. .*, C'' 1
." seven cases and 12 cases to for criminal Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic and sexual battery, insufficient Larry Lance Harley arrested June
,-;Y were dismissed. Four guilty pleas ; considera- ordered to take medication. evidence.Lee 5 for burglary-grand theft, dcfen-1; ,'
i were accepted and five violations of 24,, 1983 by DOC. Jermiah Brazile was charged May Jay Nugent arrested grand dant deceased. "
probation were handled. arrested for 20 with.introduction of contrabandinto theft-auto, case dismissed insufficient Sworn complaint charging baV '
M '''Informations were filed on 36 new ;, and burglary of a prison-marijuana, pled guilty' evidence. tery, resisting arrest with violence: "
misdemeanor cases. 13 cases were case transferred was 'sentenced to 18 months ,con- battery of a law enforcement of fiper'n
dismissed by the state attorney and cealed secutive to time now being served. Sworn complaint charging wor- consolated with another case. "''
the office declined to prosecute 12 case arrested June 7 Carl .Lamar Foster arrested 'thless check May 16, dismissed Complaint of worthless check,0" ',
cases. 16 guilty pleas were acceptedand rglary of a December 27 for robbery, dismissed restitution made. restitution made.Norman's 1 4$
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;., Harry Thomas urnl hU personnel deal in the m>lK' .;:I.; Thomas says, he'H long dreamed of opening| a I .
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and timbermen used to have no cars and small trucks'as weir' as Sat. & Sun. 5:05,7:05,9:05: Large Selection,: 0' I' ': .:'[
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ville to have it repaired, losing, warehouse, without going throughthe t". .r,
precious time and a lot of money. in middle :man" said Thomas STARTS FRIDAY '
transport and repair bills. 'That's how we're able to keep'our Jeans .1 j g
Used tobut not since last Friday prices low.'' '
when Harry) Thomas turned his Thomas said he has long held his IHEIASTS1ARFIGHTER r1
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Thomas Equipment on SR-231 southof with a place'.to have their farming,, ;
Lake Butler. and logging equipment repaired at a :
reasonable rate.,"We (farmers and
"I wanted to do)something to help loggers) have so much' working',, A LORIMAR PntrawkM/A UNIVEJUAi RtlctNV ,Large Selection 4 :
the loggers and farmers in ,, this against us already, weneed all the a >M>lf UMiMrf UmiMl MM '
area said Thomas, "I was raisedIn help we can get," he said. Mon. thru Fri. 7:00 9:00 Boys Short.. Sleeve 4 i; r '!
a.fogging family and have been, a "By the time you drag a skidder la( Sat. & Sun. 5:00: 7:00: 9:00: '.J
logger all my life. I know'the problems type of heavy logging equipment) in* I' Shirts ,:'*
that loggers and farmers load it on a truck ship it to Jackson- WED MOANING MATINEE Boys & Girls : '. : 'I
have in finding a place to' buy their ville and then have it repaired and ALL SEATS $2.00Muppets. (
heavy equipment and' to get it shipped' back you're out
repaired. -x ., )Thomas, "If you" .could; i f; .\. . . 10:35 am I.1,
Thomas said he worked for a long bring it :to a*'place here 'in lAke I Slaughter . .10:30 am ,
time to get to the point where he felt Butler, then you'd be better off." Boys ,&' Girls '
he' could start building his dream, He also mentioned that his 301 DRIVEINStarke t
but the results were worth waiting mechanics can even ,do repairs in y .
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1 comes to North Florida.. .
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basketball In the.summer,but these .drills. ;; : \ Come to our Open House
players will be a.big step,ahead of There, w ,
i I the pack when this'the high school' ,.players and help us celebrate a rebirth of ,service. I
season begins Winter. ; from some
One of the biggest highlights.of the Tuesday 5 at the '
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t posite sides) in a full court scrim |
;, mage was featured plenty of action. dad showed
i '"Look at Rob (Warden a starting work out'by
center for the KHHS Indians), he; Akridge.: !
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just scored a basket 'over' Ronnie HAND SURGERY CENTERI
Murphy," Coach. Kager.said?,from' "
the sidelines. "You know he's going'to '
remember that for the rest of his I ;
life. Murphy will probably be mak- ( ) ( :. .: Everyone Is Welcome ,
ing hundreds of thousands of dollars .
with the pros in three more'years." '
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featuring the Dolphin, players,' the '" .'. Saturday August 18 ; :., / : :
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are taking their group to Florida ,
Junior College to otur the facilities,
work out on the floor and to+yistt Yrith.;: 11 a.' m. to 3 P. m ,
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'Coach Harvey, in his third year as t : ( r er of SR 100 & 121 In Lqko tier) ,' "
head coach, has led the FJC Stars to ,
the state tournament in each of those' '
three years he has been in charge of FREE
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,season.,:'The 'coaches in Keystone'-structured .
their summer basketball .U
camp carefully, spending, many Earn I NE rating
hours coming up a format that would ,"
maximize each hour of activity' for the ne of the State's, f hand
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"'f .15 years of age and we're haI'PY.. All r. ; ing i to meet, :younf .adiqJLQ} .
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the"This sport Is is where like on it that all begins.level,,;'"1'addsed ". ( ; And Have A Good Time!!!

Coach Kager. 'The younget'the

1 kids be."start. to play,the better they, will :: i :: : LAKE BUTLER ,HOSPITALAND

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Kree I.uiiteWrilor "I never know from week to week Heights and lives on Bedford Lake. :. ,
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One stop shopping has now come that if he doesn't have what been an auctioneer "all my life." Ir..1
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, Bill lewis',owner of Lewis Merchandise trailers, but the fuel shortage came ,
"" Unlimited. along and broke him Lewis said "
I Lewis Merchandise Unlimited of- He wasn't a man to easily give up
tidally opened for business last "V. or ignore his financial obligations.So FILLER PAPER I i SPIRAL",
week and offers the shopper a varie he headed to the place he knew he
t' ty of interesting items from which to 1J could make the most money in the : \ NOTEBOOK, :
chose all from, under one roof. It is + I Ir shortest period of time Alaska For 200
located on Commercial Circle right six years Lewis worked on the North ;
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Processing Plant. his feet again, and two years ago he .9
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and it has taken him months to get l Edith Baker is manager of Lewis ENVELOPES z I CRAYONS' .
things in shape in order to open for + Merchandise Unlimited and feels as ,, / ..
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the store, explained Lewis The store. I .... Lewis will also sell his merchandiseon .'i 2174'arrrr _
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a special black paint eb. Sold new this year for over 25.000 $19 995 '82 Trans AM Coupe i' ;..,:. .

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FJ..UFFING' SoM dark blufl with wlrite leather, 'f'' $QAB 995 :82.Corvette .Speclal.Editlou .' : -'
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'r ; t fcarpet, butthe/I Jd "P, reason: 'One, owner ear with orty 24,000 miles ... .,*'*,*... iI..... ; 9 ,1 oA.;_" .We have'five to choose from;II In good condttM ;
,J',:' to be concerned: : wilt 82 Olds 98 Regency \'J ;,. and d wlfli 4 WO and AC, $5995 $1 0 ,9. ::;
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disappear:.after:, <<.carpet: \ has Brougham Sedan,sofld white! wit dark blue vinyl top $.12 495 h 1'" : -
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1 ,. k August 15 for preseason archery biologist the successful applicants
W ,. ;: :\ d hunts in the south range of sion.Dates Seventy-five permits per hunt will
\\1' ." (',1' Camp Blanding according to the of the hunts will be October be Issued.
.: "f. .. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish 5-7, 12-14 20-21 and 27-28. "The only
,. '.: .' \ Commission. ._ legal game during the archery hunts For-,additional Information or applications
I will be either contact the Commission s
:,: .': sex deer, Stockle ,
Ie ? "The hunts, scheduled during October stated regional office in Lake> City at
.....:."' ," ;.' ,..:... will be held in the cantonmentarea "Applications must returned bylReptmber 1-800-342-8105 or Route 7, Box 440,
;,.-' .,.. ; ...._, located between! Avenue B and 10th and drawing will Lake City, Florida 32055.

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Stolen goods NERVOUSNESS

Now the task of identifying the recovered Items from Several Clay and Bradford County burgiarlee were PAINFULJOINTS
the recent burglaries In Clay County Is the responslbllty solved| with the arrest of two Keystone' Heights LOSS OF SLEEP t
of Sheriff Jennings Murrhee and Investigator Mike residents. ,..,/,: fir'l; ; 1
Taylor. ,,,:'l{ NECK, SHOULDER &ARM PAIN
NUMBNESS IN HANDS OR ARMS -

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Two arrested for burglary in KH MOST OVER INSURANCE CHIROPRACTIC PLANS Auto Accident- &Whiplash

Union Insurances Worker's Comp Orvthe-Job Injuries Blue Cross

:;, A Keystone Heights man and a cent burglaries in Clay County and The two homes near Keystone Master Medical Plans ..Medicare Etc. \
17-year-old juvenile have been arrested the two in Bradford County. The Heights in Bradford County were I
for recent burglaries in Brad- recovered property has been Iden burglarized the first week of July.
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ford and Clay Counties. An alert tified. The investigation is continuing Habenicht also known as Steve I I
indicated Miller and the juvenile are from the
neighbor who was a potential vic- said Taylor, who
tim, helped solve burglaries which charges may be forthcoming from Oak Forest Section having moved Bonk Annex Downtown-Hwy 21
.' had occurred during the past month. Putman County. recently from Chicago. Keystone Heights. Florida 32656
Scott John Habenicht, 20, and the Bradford County will file chargesof Habenicht remains in custody of
juvenile were arrested by Clay burglary-grand theft against the Clay County Jail under a $18,762
County Deputies August 9 and Habenicht and the juvenile according bond. The juvenile was released into
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charged with burglary-grand theft, to Investigator Don Denton. the custody of his parents. I Igk
according to Investigator Mike

Taylor.Deputy Wayne Lovett was called CLOSE-OUT SALE ON
to the residence of Kent Muhlham "
August 7 where a burglary had oc-
curred. A neighbor had seen a white
,, over blue Dodge Charger in the ALL 84 NEW CARS & TRUCKSBUY
Muhlham's drive, in fact the Dodge ; jL'i'1 "

had driveway pulled the same into day the and, neighbors came to } NOW & SAVE
her door. Deputies theorize her tjff'JJDV $$$$

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home may also have been burglarized
had she not been home. (The
description of the vehicle matchedthe USED TRUCKS USED CARSSEE
description of the vehicle seen in t
EDDIE STARLING OR BOB CALLAWAY
Bradford County.) presents. .
August 8 while conducting aI 44a 0 o.it's
follow-up investigation at the WE SELL TO SELL AGAIN -

Muhlham's the deputies received a
call from the neighbor who had just ,. 84 Chevy 4x4 + 79 Impala 4 Door LiT t I I Aspen
, seen ,the suspect vehicle with the W r Stepild AT, PS, AC, AM/FM/ *E. HT XMIfMI Y-I, Ia. *:'''diw. AcAufi
I same driver at Smith Lake Grocery. b 10th Annual 8,400 Milts Tr ck AT,AC I raits

.. The vehicle was not at the store '10,888 '3488REAL *::1388;
when arrived but W
deputies during a
search of the area the vehicle wasnutted K. > SEE L REAL lei LOW/MH.ES/ y

but fled when the deputiesnptedte&pprenhendtfiever : .,. ,,( NaED YV>> < +82 Muda W Old!, 9B 73 Too oroNa w
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I 'after a five mile chase the Dodge 1 W flitrlltt-T? iitr AM 4 speed Zt1d
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) went out of control and wrecked ; ; 1488
when the driver attempted to turn v 56.000 MUM
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F- 82 CMC LWB PU 4
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and fled
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foot. The dog unit was called as wellas up Tu Tone, PT S
an air unit from Jacksonville and 1III
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''r, Deputy Rusty Sumptner located Deadline August 18 at 2:00 p.m. 13 + lW ; PIT 80 Ford PU SWB 81-- Honda Pceludt 81 ReHant SW B
the suspect and arrested him. The 6cyl.AT.rS.ACM488 '.' Di llmipe Sun HMl 4 speed PJ PB, AC =
J juvenile was located later at his _
home and was arrested, according PRIZES AWARDED IN p4188
.. to Investigator Taylor. tOW MILES
,The pair confessed to the five re- Knitting, Crocheting, Needlepoint, Crewel Latch Hook,
Counted Thread ; Etc: 82 Ford PU 82 CMC tWBk 83 Dodge Arles HEAPS OF TH W K
Smocking
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f. I. 'FmHA housing 4988 5988
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.funds released SWEEPSTAKE PRIZE .

I 4 by new lawA "Enter Your Favorite Pieces"" '- CHRYSLER

i: bill signed by President Reaganon f'1'1
PLYMOUTH
July 2 enhances the use of funds \ STAR''K'E,
for the single-family housing pro- EVERYONE IS INVITED! .JJDl
gram operated by the U.S.:Depart- DODGE
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additional/ funds are involv 964-6300 ",.::" "" > -

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applications low income rural from both applicants low and can very-be COME SEE 'THE BROWN HO\S'JOilX; DALE & HAY ,REPOSESSEi'' .HOMESSPRinG

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s regard ship The between new to some law the arbitrary two divides age groups.available relation-" HILL: B/fUCTVMOOD.., }. '. 24x44 BR ; 1V2, B.A ,


i,Joan percenTfoFthe funds into two very-low amounts>-- income-,up to and 40 o tW l .%J NCLUDES 30 GALLON WATER ,HEATER, FROST-FREE ::1:1I

.the'remainder for the low-income
I ?, borrowers. BEDROOMkDINING I 0 REFRIGERATOR; CARPET THROUGHOUT, APPLIANCES ,
:,' .'"That will revive our program '

''j j :; .'substantially," Drew said. ': o ROOMrwIJi :('\: :,::'DRAPES. PLYWOOD FLOORS ,, MASONITE :.SIDING, ,
now be able to applications '
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Charles E. Wallace Survivors include his wife Marion two daughters, Mary Jo Browning. Mr Sapp was a retired farmer and Funeral services will be held at 10 ,
Wallace, two daughters, Carol Miller Himes of Stephenvlfle Texas, and .,a/member of the First Christian a.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, In the Funeralmasl will beheld at 10 a.m. I
Charles of Bradford Ct. and Elaine on Friday, Aug, 17, in the church,
E. Wallace Rogers of Suzanne Browning Gonzalez of Church of Starke. Born in Bradford DeWitt C.'Jones Chapel, with Father
Estates Lake Geneva died in the New" Haven; two sons, Charles and Jacksonville; one brother David County Mr. Sapp was a past school Fred Yerkes officiating. Burial will with burial in Keystone Heights I
Veteran's Hospital West Haven, Ct. James of New Haven, Ct; and 7 Browning of Palatka; his step- board member of Bradford County be In Ellam/Melrose Cemetery Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home of '
on Friday, August 10 while visiting his grandchildren and several brother mother, Mrs. Bessie Perry Brownin and was a veteran of World War I. under the direction of Jones Funeral Keystone Heights. in charge of arrangements -. .'"!
children in the New Haven area d of Raiford; and three grand- Survivors include two daughters, Home of Keystone Heights. In lieu of
Funeral services were held at W.S. children, Mary Alice Himes and Jen- Novis Ward of Starke and Cozette flowers, contributions may be madeto ,
Clancy Funeral Home, East Haven James A. Browning nifer Christine Himes, both of Laslo of Washington, D.C.; three the St. Joseph Indian School c/o ..... III
with burial at East Lawn Cemetery, James Alton Browning, 62, of Texas and Jessica Marie Gonzalez sons, Dempsey Sapp and Pete Sapp, Rev. Tom Westhoven, Chamberlain -fll
East Haven, Ct. on Monday, August Jacksonville, died Saturday, Aug. 4, of Jacksonville.Funeral both of Gainesville, and Leslie Sapp South Dakota 57326. ...: !
13. while on a business trip to Miami. services were held of PalaUu: 21 grandchildren, 1 d 'I
Born in Boston, Mass., Mr. Wallace Mr. Browning was the son of the Wednesday Aug. 8, at 11 am; in great grandchildren and one great .
had resided in New Haven and.work- late William Arthur and Lydia Ann Glddena-GrifCith Funeral Jackson greatgrandchild.. Maurice Joseph Wagner Card of Thanks !

Geneva until' moving tO Lake" Mann Browning; was member of ville. Burial was in Sapp Cemetery, Funeral services were held Satur- Maurice Joseph Wagner, 76, of w,/ thank .:
in 1982. First Baptist Church of Raiford; Raiford. day, Aug. 11, at 10:30 a.m. at the Hillcrest Lake, Keystone Heights, wish to everyone for I
He was a WWII Veteran, a memberof was a member of the University of First Christian Church of Starke died Tuesday Aug.:14, in the University their sympathy cards, flowers food i'\
the American Legion Post, Branford Florida Gator Boosters Club; a Ethan A. Sapp with Rev. Raymond Baer of- Care Center Gainesville, and kindnesses during our sorrow' ,
Ct., Fellowship Club of Keystone member of the Florida Accountants Ethan Allen Sapp, 88, of Lake ficiating. Burial was In Ben Sapp following a long illness. ing time. Also we thank the doctors, .p
Heights, the Phoenix East Senior Association;, and was a member of Butler, died weanesaaj' Aug. 8, in Cemetery under the direction of Archer Born In Michigan, Mr. Wagner nunes1 and all the hospital staff for. II
Citizen Bowling League and various other organizations North Hospital in Funeral Home of Lake Butler. moved to this area from Pontiac ndness and help. Thank you.
HiKhridge( Homeowner Association Survivors include his wife, Alyce Gainesville following an apparent Mich. 12 years ago. He was a retiredmachinist The Family Of .
Murray Browning of Jacksonville: heart attack from the Fisher Bodies Be yWUUam.
Laurie "Pete" Alderman division of General Motors and wasa
Laurie "Pete" Alderman, 75, of member of the St. Williams
Melrose, died Wednesday morning, Catholic Church.
Ba B avr ,Special Aug. 15, in the V.A. Medical Center, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. ....d.
$500 .DOWN 8x10Btidlny Gainesville following a long illness. Rita A. Leahy Wagner of Keystone
With 20-Yoor $650 Born in Melrose, Mr. Aldermanwas Heights; one daughter, Mrs. Kathy MEMORYyIn
,owner financing. Buy Corrosion Guar a lifelong resident of the area Griffin of Keystone Heights; two IN
cleared or wooded parcels, paved and was a retired chicken farmer.He sons, Bob Wagner of Harrogate,
c 12x1$>8 Shelter $529 was 'also a member of the Tenn. and Tom Wagner of Keystone loving memory of our mother
frontage In Union County, 25 .___._________. Melrose Mason Lodge No. 89,of F&A Heights; two sisters, Mrs. Eva Bassof Margarett Albert McCloud, who'",
minutes to Gainesville. Trampoline Sale $299 Masons, and the St. Anna Episcopal Miami and Mrs Mary Terroux of passed away August 14,1 '14.We will
Church of Keystone Heights.Mr. Pontiac, Mich. and six grand- never forget the precious moments
Rhea Realty, Inc. i- ''''' '-w- Alderman is survived by his children. that we had together,.
CURLESCYCLES : : wife, Mrs. Helen Schmelts Alder. Rosary services will be held at 7 Mrs. Elmore Cannon
((904)) 372.3336 Hwy. 301 South 964.6020' s.;;.,..... ,man of Melrose; his stepmother, p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, in St And Sisters
Mrs. Clarabelle Burnaham of Williams Catholic, Church with.
Melrose and several cousins, Father Bob, Kerr officiating, -- ....
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,..f ..'fj. ... I Lakes Art Show Is set for Labor Day and a wide variety of handmade '"
-!\ ,fJIt Stark weekend in Theme Park, downtown crafts. ,
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Now Leasing. *3 Bedroom. Brick Veneer Home* ",(1 <" Show times are: Saturday Sept, 1, of Lake Geneva, ''where boating,
. .. .1ii Both; .CH/A; Carport Utility Room;! : : ;. from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.; Sunday, 'swimming and picnicing' are
'. Carpeting. :,. ,. Sept. 2, from 1 p.m. to S p.m. 'available., .
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Retail Space inRosier's ,: I.. On Your LotStarting '\' The Festival of the Lakes features The Festival of the Lakes is a self-
'100 talented artists and craftsmenwho supporting, non-profit event sponsored
.Shopping; : \' At : will be selling their art as well by the keystone Heights
as competing for prize money in Junior Woman's Club.

\, .. ,,. .. .. $34 50000, many categories. Contact persons for the arts
Plaza. .; ; Leading artists will display oil l festival are Audi Blount publicity
: *s Different Plant.. Financing'' acrylic, watercolor and mixedmedia for the KH Junior Woman's* Club,
U.S. 301 N. t 9 ;4985. "Interest SJartlna at 4% .. 13% paintings; sculpture, home 473-2833 work. KH Library
To Be Completed October 15 Alsob.v.Lot.Acreage For Sal. graphics, photography, 473-4286; P.K, Brannon, Chairman'
basketrym.handwoven fiber, scrimshaw 473-7803; .Alice Harris, president of
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I ".*Agriculture still' the number one In. !stay that way.) Ed is a third generation' ; r ED YAHBROUCHBom r
I dustry in Florida and we want it to farmer and cattleman. AML

Bom and relied on a f.rm bi Baker County.: ,, .,,,,t i '
Alter high "school he served overseas.. In-the'Air
Force In WWII.

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Wt ,. *Firal elected Baker County.Sheriff while 1111
children I their
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y' ':j ,r Haydon Burnt and sheriffs to be Director of the

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a security agency In northeast Florida which ie

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..The wheels turn from daybreak to! Sundown' ; when it's,, .. ', : live*on a Baker County ranch. President the ,' 1
silage-making time on the .ranch.! Little River Hunting Club and President' of.the, rl
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Florida Polloclilcrelord1.11011.. ,,
{Wlp/s.rlan. iawMril ol Cd Ywfxooi*':poNtlwl JMM I'' a
a I Fln' President and State Vice-President of the. .
S'-I siatewid.Jacees. First President of the Baker
Industrial Cue mi.rlofwhkh helped
: ,, 4 E.d; f hayeais'of experience' bring County the slate hospital Macclenny.Paste _
I .and friendships from his past ",>Eds; background f In agriculture, law
: 1 ,directorship of the Florid' "" .. ot The L rd"a'(Church In Taylor fta., enforcement and as'president of hi*
Sheriffs Bureau (FDLE) and a 32nd degre Mason, a Shrlner a founder and '
; three" terms as Ba(:e* County past President of th. Florida Sheriffs Boys '
Ranch. Member of Duck Unlimited. BakerHigh i>f the facl that we are being taxed and. .
Sheriff. LaWenforcement; cor; ,
r- R f' School Hall of Fame (1974)) Our Friend' regulated! : off'our land and: out o1employees
recticnal offfceri and r ,. 'Award winner and Lifetime Member of the j' htuilneu. He will work hard tp
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Starke Woman Pleads Bradford Deputies 'The pickup\'WaA;driven by Marvin Starke Man Arrested Trooper D. C. Roberts bond as Instructed by Judge Elzie
Guilty to Stabbing Seize More Pot M Arnold,. 'Jr.'" of Raiford. Both Bond was set at $200. Phillips was Sanders.
vehicles were* damaged. On Exposure ChargeA released on his own recognizance.
; A :ia-year-old: Starke woman Fi"e! different patches of marijuana Starke Zane Oliver Brooks 50, was arrested -
36-year-old
t tittered a plea of guilty (o second- have been located and L arrested and man has been Jimmy Ray Joiner, 37 of Starke August 7 for driving under the
with
charged
degree murder in Bradford County destroyed during the past two weeks Safety ProgramAvailable Of, sexual : exposure was arrested August 9 ,for driving influence, according to Patrolman
Circuit Court August 13. in Bradford County by the sheriff's for Citizens organs David Aderholt.according to Investigator while intoxicated and no valid driver Charles Cart r. '
Joanne Brazell had beta indicted ,department" ; ( ; Who Several license, according to Trooper W. M. Brooks blood, alcohol content was
Live complaints have been
'for first-degree murder in the May'6 July 'J:1ln Hampton 38 plants were Alone received from residents of Starke Abrams. .13 percent. Bond for the charge was
!stabbing death of William Grayer. found 3 to 4 feet high on the west side Senior citizens living alone, are and Keystone Heights that a white Bond for the charge waft set at set,at $300.Edmond.
Circuit Judge Theron Yawn ordereda of the railroad tracks: on CR-18 according you interested in a special programfor male driving a brown LTD Ford had $350. Joiner was released on his own
check .into Br 7ell's: background to I Investigator, David increased personal safety for exposed himself in their presence. recognizance.David Leroy Thompson, 38, of
before sentencing her. Aderholt. yourselves? The Waldo Richard Louis Bridgeman Duval County was arrested August 7
Witnesses said 'Brazell Stabbed July 30 on timberland On CR-227 Homemakers have this program in rested August 10 after he and was the ar- Allen Powell of Lake Butler for driving while license suspended,
Grayer in the neck after they had approximately 40 plants1 18 inches their community and will glad to vehicle he was driving were Iden- was arrested August 12 for driving according to .
,_ been arguing that Sunday afternoon. tall were seized said Aderholt. 'share this information with you. tified, both fitting the description of while Intoxicated according to Bond for the. urge was set at
." Assistant State Attorney.Thomas July 31 off SR-227, approximately The program was started several the complaintants. Trooper Williams. $200,
Elwell said the seconddegreemurder 98, plant; three. Jeet ,tall were months ago by the Waldo Police Bridgeman was released after -a Powell's blood alcohol content was
plea was accepted because destroyed. Department. Not only is it beneficial $1,000 surety bond was posted. .19 percent. Powell was released Luther M, Moody, 63, of Starke
there was conflicting testimonyfrom 136 plants; ranging from two to to all those involved, it is also most after a $300 cash bond was posted. was arrested August 13 and chargedwith
the people involved in the case. three,feet talC, were located in a hunt successful, according to Virginia I. driving under the Influence, according -
Traffic
He said the case would not have war club area off of CR-227, said Collins Public Relations for Waldo ArrestsIn William E. Baldy,Jr. of Phenix City to Trooper Roberts.
ranted a death penalty because of Aderholt These were seized August Homemakers. Bradford County AI. was arrested August 11 for Moody's blood,alcohol content was
the apparent lack of premeditation. If you are interested in driving under the influence,according .24 percent Bond.was set at $300,
4.Eight plants five feet tall were establishing a program for your 'Authorities in Bradford County to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Moody was released on his own
found near 'the railroad tracks chi community, please call the Waldo made nine arrests during the past Baldy was released on a $100 cash recognizance.Let's '
Pickup Runs Red Light mile north of Lawtey last week, according Police Department of perhaps your week for traffic violations.

Causes Accident, to Lt. Glen Moore. city;police department. Wayne Thornton,31, of Macclenny '
There have been no arrests in the was arrested August 12 and charged '
A 16-year-old Lake Butler'youth is marijuana plants seizures but the in- with driving while intoxicated and Have A Party
charged with driving while intoxicated vestigations are continuing, said 'Lawtey Man ArrestedAt driving while license suspended, according '
and running a red light caus- Moore. Individuals reported the fin- Starke Tavern to Trooper B. A. Williams. Friday .
ing a traffic accident August 12 in dings to the sheriff's office. Thornton's blood alcohol content
Starke. A 21-year-old Lawtey man was arrested 17th 7:30
was .22 percent. Bond was set at$500 Aug. pmLake
at Laws in Starke
John William Jackson driving a Tavern for the charges. He was released on
1984 Ford pickup, was southbound on :August 10 after he refused to leave .his own recognizance. Butler Civic Center
US-301 as a 1977 Volkswagon attempted Lawtey. Man ChargedIn the establishment and became .
to make a left turn onto US-301 Starke Accident abusive. After his arrest he struckan Clarence Brailey Thompson of LADIES.....
from Edwards Rd., according to officer at the jail. ''Starke
'Was arrested August 10 and
Patrolman Greg Nichols. The Charles' Anthony Martin, 18, of "Eugene F. Norman was charged charged with driving while license Don't miss this opportunity see how you can
the red light and hit the Lawtey driving a 1973 Pontiac ftvithJ! trespass after warning,
pickup ran suspended, according to Trooper D. have lovely Princess House
/resisting arrest with violence' and Crystal FREE
VW. Jackson was charged with the came up behind a J978. Chevrolet / F. Peseta. yes
accident. pickup.on'' 'US-30. north just past battery of a police officer, according Bond for the' charge 'was set at Free.... '
Damage to the pickup was $4,000. Market( Road August.9.and struck to Patrolman Dwight Groves who $200. Thompson was released on his
Damage to the VW, driven by Daren the vehicle In th'e rear, according.to was assisted by Patrolmen Greg .own recognizance..' These proud hostesses will be there to help me tell
Wayne Whitehead; 16, of Hampton, Patrolman Steve Ferguson; Nichols and David Crum.
was 6000. Martin was charged With driving Norman's blood alcohol content Frederick Robert Phillips, Jr. of you how Princess House Crystal can be yours,
Rescue 60 responded to the accident while intoxicated, no valid driver 'iS *""'.19 percent. ,Bond for the Hampton was arrested August 11 Jo Ann Golfs .
according to Paramedic Scott license and careless driving in the Charges was set at 1000. He was ,and charged with driving while Mary Ellle Wolfe Debbie Forey
Taylor. 2:39 a.m. accident. '" 'released on his own recognizance. license suspended according to Marty Clemons Kelly! Griffis Susan Mixon
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Carolyn Thornton Candle Jones Jo Ann Slddlon

I A Million Dollar Land Sale in Bedford County ( DON'T FORGET Friday, Ailgll t 7.7:30:


r. FUN DOOR PRIZES
The largest land sale transaction Crowe &: Michael Crowe for 20000., Woodrow & Betty .an acre of land on CR-225 south'of REFRESHMENTS
during recent months was the pro- Royce W. &: Barbara Gray Lanier ed-a parcel of land on Grids Loop Sampson Lake to Michael &: Betty -- JOB OPPORTUNITIES ''AVAILABLE;: f\\tEG\f1S
perty on CR-S-237 at Santa Fe River'of lots 15&16 of Sampson Lake Shores,, Rd. from the heirs of the late Perry Salvatore for $5,000.
Zedra W. &: Elma P. Hamilton unit 1 to John W. & Fay Martin for G. Newsome for $1,400. .' .. .-. .
sold to Sheldon A. Morris for $52,000. if i Lorenzo O. &: Amelia L. Revuelta a'
1000000. Timothy J. & Rochelle P. O'Don- parcel of land at Peetsville to Alfon- ;
Another large transaction last nell Jots.' 6,7,8&9, blocks?; Corlotta zo Badal for 7900. ST. JOHNS RIVER "
week was the sale of Crosley Trailer .unit Mfg. Co. on US-301 south of Stark ; $42,000: i I1>f ii'&tf i ; ', parcel of land on CR-125 in Lawtey to ilIiS'1SjDa "
sold by Gilbert Q. &: Louie Bell- ; t.. '*;' 'v.ji.AA'.ai&fiiW Kevin; John Kilbride for 9000. COMMUNITY COLLEGE ::
Crosley to Mark Mullins for 466500. C. & Mary'HE: i-y lot 15 of '
Morris E. & Janet Starling sold 134 Geneva Oaks?to Robert J. & Phyllis ...Stanley S. two acres of ;
acres on CR-18 west of Graham to J,. Shaw ftr'$7r500. '"! land south of Stare to Robert E. &: TERM, I, EVENING SCHEDULE, 198485A '
Bradford Land &: Cattle Co.. for: RichardWainwright; an, ''un- Suek\? H. Biggs for 7000. .
$165,000. .divided one-half f4iereshina parcelof 'Phyllis Almerico lot 10 of Crosby .( State supported community college serving' Clay. Putnam and St.. Johns. Counties])
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Clarence E. &: Naomi M. DeSue land on U&301: just north of Starketo Lake Shores to Robert D. & Donna "
sold 10 acres of land southeast of -Faulkner for $43,600.: ,A. Bradley for 2300. Classes Begin: August, 22, 1984 Classes End:' December} 11 0)) 1984
Lawtey to Leonard Jr, Patricia .Thomas L. &: Eileen Smith an acre JMafk;; & Elaine Olin a parcel of. V *
} Smith for 9000. T of land three miles south of Starke to )land on Pleasant Grove Rd. to Joe N. Sec.Won.COURSE. NO... TITLE CREDIT TIME, DAY,, ', 'r .
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T. J. & Nell Man sold a parcel of Wayne'' I land near Brooker to Freddie Lee &: mons for 13500. 'Richard C. &: Ponna M. Davie 2V"i' .. ......1'' .... .. '" tt .
Linda F. Starling for $4,500. Robert F. &: Paula R. Mftore lot'frj' acres near Theressd toj Robert W, ,..... .'" ,-. it ."..I. .. PALATKA CAMPUS .. : :.-'o..rn. iw Kul ,
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John W. Suttles a parcel of land of Golf View to Larry S. &roi1C lren 1"i'D a-1CC mt fOl$9uwuo1aiW'tt".r'WOOrey"'mt ; w W
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I .',cqpn Denies Appeal in Jackson vs. State of Florida :'M'7..; ; ::':::,> '.ri:l/ :: '; I

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poUcem.ii.r Nelson B. (Sonny) the course of which he appeared to The two issues appealed by Jackson, who has been free ...;;.,{,r,:".1khM,\ 4'r.,1J.i1\' ; '.,.M. ,.,."!<,:.,:". ,., .. .,' w
JacQOI\was upheld by an appellant be racing with co-defendant, former Jackson involved on ,: : ( \';''''\'', "
;/ court taat week, the admissable bond will appear at a date set by the .
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,!' ,. patrolman Jerry Miller. evidence of the conclusion of the court and be ordered to report to the .o>{';
August 8 the
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were weaving blood
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Court of Appeals affirmed the conviction dodging in and out of traffic going Trooper Roberts /lacked probable sentence as imposed by serving Judge John- ) ...
,:.: ''vehicular 01 Jackson for the charge of north on US-3011 coming very closeto cause to believe Jackson's normal J Crews, subject to other appeals by
homicide. Jackson was other cars. faculties
they approachedthe were imparted by alcohol. Jackson.
.Tound guiltby a Bradford County intersection of US-301: and The other issue was weather or not
"'rree uifngJfrom M83 automobilee of the Market Rd., Jackson's vehicle collided the trial court erred in denying Court of Appeal Judge Zehmer
an, acci with a vehicle which was crossing Jackson. a particular jury Instruc issued the
ruling, ShrIven
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sentenced to three
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'i of the--appellant- Tr .coureturned states Jackson was taken to Bradford appeallant( court disagreed years in prison in the death of Atilla. I onill .
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; Hospital where blood with both of Jackson's w
.ti /Jackson, having consumed two a sample was contentions G. Toth driver of the vehicle. Co-
drawn at the request of Trooper D. stating affirmatively the court acted
'tigers. aoddriDkirIC a third was driv- .,defendant Miller was squirted of the 1 1 11 I '
,. -' C. Roberts. Jackson's blood alcohol properly and.affirmed the con c- .charges: against him. .P' :
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:I.u :. Union Says Correctional Officers Pay Too LowA ,',". ,.: ?:;::f" '. .


union official l representing state average pay than prison guards. But generally, he said; their pay i with only percent turnover',.for'th*'' I' "
.i prison correctional officers says The base pay for officers on the and benefits are "pathetic." Florida Highway Patrol. ,' '
their pay is "pathetic" and two newstudies state payroll ranges from $9,918 for All state workers will receive a Even that turnover rate is down;., j;
rank their salaries! near' the. park rangers to $24,742 a year for 4.29 percent pay. raise this five years ago the turnover rate was
bottom of the list nationwide. special agents.. the FOLK, study December and correctional officers' 65 percent. Salaries going up have I
'. The base salary for a corrections' showed. who'complete an extra training program helped there said Kieesig. '',' ANJP4>N2
,officer in Florida is more than$3,000 Pay'for entry-level county law- will receive a $600 annual One reason the pay for COs has 'I s, "1'G
below the national average the ,enforcement agents range from bonus. been improving is that stale
,American Correctional. Association. $6,000 in Dixie County to $21,936 a Ralph Kiessig, personnel directorfor legislators raised the education and ', : ... 5,000 BTU Air Cond.
study shows.: year in Dade County. the Department of Corrections training standards for prison Jobs in .ryy E",.. '.1.100; I ..TU {AIC 115 Volt'* Single speed fan
Stator correctional of Hobart Keaton, a state prison said although the agency is concerned 1381 to equal the standards for other '
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$11,004 to Ughtwstght-carry
$15,535 awhile about row law-enforcement # .
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guard who represents other.correctional pay prison correc- positions '
;year; the national average is officers in the American tional officers pay is rapidly cat- 'e .Ffol*=-. fpeeds'. "'dear: ,* Easy bistaKation

,. J1J.938:'Showed.to:,$1SW7. ,, the ACA study Federation of State, County'' and ching up.with other state workers' ; a,: 'Air Qiscitsryt$ Washable fitter. Rust resistant

t*: Muncipal Employees. said salaries earnings.He 4E ldevostt( ; caMrtet
; Only two! states West : __
Virginia said the has been
have salary a .
:and gotten better in the past few gap ,
Mississippi- have a lower base major headache for the Corrections .
years, but still lag about 10 percent .
pay for, .prisOn./guards. in ,the 13 I Kluo--.e trurn N.ew .
.Southern; states. .behind salaries of other law officers. Department because many officersgo I II" 01'" (.J' ) :: .'Manv. In. tartan. .

: I. Another study by the Florida Five years ago the average correctional through the department's train- .....'.. .'. .' .. ',;., "
officer in Florida made ing program, then leave for better- 'tlarplaslesbyM1 fl
Department Law Enforcement $8,623 a' year, compared with the paying Jobs with other agencies.

'enforcement shows thai state officers and have county a higherprovide law- $12,546. today, so, the gap is narrow The DOC had about a 20 percent, PriceDiscount:
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J i .Minns variety of fall color on all servicesCUSTOM Automatic (comaker'AdjuttaMe

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PERMS .' Textured Steel Doors.

The common garden chrysanthemums ,This will encourage lateral bran Christmas; although an early Rep', UP'' 9 r .. Rao-out, Wheels '
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extensively as garden and patio growing season is sufficient to growa :
: flowers for fall color...' good crop of flowers. When applying '. Frosting& H .WghHng i ireg.24 .
wide and fertilizers, the material off ''In'this weeks TGAY Family Con
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i of this fine garden sub- distribute, .the f fertilizer throughoutthe was not indicated. The advertised -' Coloring
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I of.color<< : in September:and Oc;. Chrysanthemums may need to be 'August 19 through 25.Also on; reg. r1D . .. MeW*5" ,
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((2 Flowers of.mums can be controlled -. low,. .strong growing types. Tall, or Conditioner should stale,,11' Special. Ends Aug.. \, 31, '84.
by manipulating day length, but, weak, stemmed plants ;definitely "oz. each1. We regret these .
{, most home gardeners 'allow their need some' form .of staking If a errors and any Inconveniencecaused. by Appt. Only .
1 plants to flower in the 'normal fall wooden stake is used, drive it into .964-4645 '
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Chrysanthemums will grow in any By -careful choice, of varieties rrr fda't.,9Lomp! '"Nt,...Stark,: '1'I. I'I
well-drained soil that..contains-an-...'flower's..ofmanll:: tYpea..kad.colors. : "F I' <_ n I ;1)I (.. OJ'l.;.' '' .. .. "", _,'/"I .'yn..H.M.- .t,. ... ..' .._. ,. ... ... ...n". ,. _..-.,..u.".:..,. .'.". .-.0......-.
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f I Space the from plants local a feet foot garden apart stores.to for em-amass 20% Off 3 Gal. Azaleas ','[, ,., '.' ,):;..,. 'Jjt,; :,yau.,' /. .. : .,p I,: f,,.f. "( '.
effect or two apart .

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at least six inches tall break offstem. Baskets, Fruit,''Trees,, Custom Made Swings anyone 16 years of aae: oj,\ ojaefJ' Thee purpose( of .the Center i is Itoprepare :

the"...y/top;.,.,.\one.....{. or. "two'Inches_ of the ) the.student. : with:en ployEndpt'rjtry"Ieel'skills.'There!: r, }\ \ I' ar'e brSO

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