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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 23, 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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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tI /-!- School superintendent candidate were invited to consider' and. vote on'

I ..JIm Duncan, Dist 21 KepI Frank the endorsements.
Qt .. Williams; and House D st.31 Yarbrough was/allowed .speak, .
ildyNNkfIP' .11 yK challenger Ed Yarbrough. from ..made, dynamic presentation!( and -:-
", wow the endorsement. ,
1 Baker County have received the endorsement ,
of the teacher! union, Rep, Crady, the incumbent rushed -
Association'In through an abbreviated
6a11 the Bradford Education presentation .
and left with the ,."
upcoming elections. '' : BEA s George
'4 Bowen, telling him- he had the endorsement ,
a Just 15 members of the union, This week' Crady was

.>>C. some 150 strong, attended the blaming himself for not making .;.
.. presentations by.the candidates Jast full listing of his qualifications. :
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Thursday 'night, Aug. 16? in the Why didn't more teachers attend ;
!;; .Fellowship Hall ,of the First United the preentatlqn.and participate, in
Methodist Church in Starke. The the endorsement procedures
-- BEA members who attend the Teachers are just not used to the
presentations do the voting and political procedure says BEA President
< selection by.a majority vote, says I Julie Miller. It is summertimeand
,.:-i,;..... SEA president,Julie Miller. they have other things to do, and "
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School superintendent candidate week before returning to work.
:. .. Charles Francis recommended that, Neither candidate for the

; ......- the!. BEA not endorse either candidate superintendency being given Up by
<. .-. ;-,... "for superintendent. The one Supt. 'Tom Casey would commit
'.. turned down would always have in themselves to compress the teacher
;. the back of his mind that the union, salary'schedule. It now takes 22
endorsed the other man, said Fran- years to reach maximum salary; ..;
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1": 1. Dist. 13 Rep. George Crady rushed salary" ( fewer years, which the
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luring plant on US-tlll: ) south. \ \ \ Croiifey e'iip meet u bat fo nff nlM/f*'IffMumn' I1l1Iili''jfdfflwv\-<' a) rMS.. ,' ( .,. .
rt:, Hi..n must be made whether' have uiinhlKliilt iUi, build another,.building. : 1'\1't\ '. j
Crosley trailers have always been huitt with'' :I\II>\ man' doing,the entire; \ ,
;.. The company is now building 25 trailers going to Egypt. The .I$-'oot operations, which Instills pride iI.wmlunallhbiIIJ; Some that would be lost
trailers are the largest ever produced Matt iriffis and Tom with double Mullins
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task force of military personnel .1 resolving the present 'deadlocked

p I' Crosley Trailer Sells for $1 Million-Plus from the Department of Army negotiations between Panama and
visited Camp Blanding last week to the U.S., which have been ongoing
resurvey the site as possible Iota for hlmost two years.

The Crosley Manufacturing Corporation Crosley Manufacturing Corp. was The founders of Crosley Manufac- The Crosley name and logo is owned tion for the School of .the Americas Under present plans,,the school Is
has been sold to Mark also sold to Mullins by the Crosleys. turing Corporation, Gilbert Crosley solely by Gilbert and Kirby now located in Panama. scheduled to begin .'classes by
Mullins, former vice-president and Crosley Manufacturing Corporation and his son, Kirby Crosby,'decided. Crosley and is leased to three Blanding was being considered for' January 1 in the temporary location,
general manager of Atlas was incorporated in June, ,1979 'to sell Crosley Manufacturing corporation Crosley' manufacturers In''Florida, the school in August of 1983 but a with a final site selection to be made
Crankshaft Corporation of Fostoria, and has grown yearly to its so they could devote' full, Alabama, and Pennsylvania. decision to move from Panama was .within *>. ,
Ohio. estimated 1984 sales approaching $2 time in expanding the franchise: Crosley Trailers have become delayed after the Panamanian year.Moving
/ Selling price was in excess of one million. Presently, an expansion, .operation which is a separate corporation -(' .known. :.,,the nation over'as the RollsSee government agreed"in principle" to the school to Blanding is
/million dollars. program is under way to take care of known as the Crosley .Cor.. .1 keep the school in its present location fully supported 'by ''the Florida
I/ The nine acres occupied by the a backlog of orders. poration. ;, t; ( Crosley.;.PiMJ: at Fort Gulick, 50 miles east of Legislature, surrounding communities
.... Panama City. At that time Blanding in the area;and by the Adjutant
was believed to have the edge over' General Florida. Officialsat
H / Gov. Takes Part in Blue Chip Community; Effort Kick-Off Eglin Field in West Florida the two- Camp' Blanding said >no further' .

,. locations being considered for they details of the proposed'move. are' ,
1 all Gov. Graham Commerceto existing industries J.E. Tomllhson school. . known at this time. -. ,
Highlighted words of "en to congratulatedStarke the State Department or ; f''
''A task force of
couragement from Gov. Bob and Bradford County in their assist communities in achieving financial assistance, and George' military the personnel Other locations' being' considered,
Graham, via a conference phone call effort to become the first Blue Chip their goals for new job opportunities,. Roberts, site and building vailabili-.,,1 from the last Army.. .for 'the' 'school' are' Fort Benning,
week
visited Blanding
to. '
from Tallahassee, chairmen of the community in Florida. The Governor ,and improve the overall quality pf,'.'. forjndustry. '' '' ;, again, Ga.;: Fort'Bragg, N.C;, and Camp
six main divisions of the countywideBlue spoke with Starke Mayor Jimmy life in their areas. (/ Rwasannouncedthata"Planningand -resurvey-the'for the camp school as.apossiblelocation if Bullis, Texas; I I''
Chip program signed certification Crosby, Rep. George' Crady Heading up the six main divisions Growth seminar will be held an agree- The possibility Of closing the
papers at a kick-off gathering in D.Yulee, who arranged the con- ,of the program are: Richard WeltyiJconomic I IT:Thursday,Aug.,30, -at5p.mi'":,ft ment is .not reached with: Panama.tern school in Panama 1s said to be part
the Chamber of Commerce office ference,and Mike Cooney executive, development; Bill Mar at the Chicken Factory Restaurant, Present plans are for the to'.pick school a to of .wider dispute oven 1977 treaties I
Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 21 director of the Chamber. these community assessment and' .A supper break is set at 6:15: pjn., porary location after occupy }providing for t the ha.s.take er by :
The Florida Blue Chip Certifica- improvement;. Olivia ,Scott, -community followed<< by'. another seminarFses-! as soon as possible "' see-Blan- ding'.Pni
30, the deadline for I. ; fyM j
p In conversations that were audible tion Program has been developed by, information; Jerome.Johns,' sion. September' (. : .1
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U I/County to Brine Borrow Pit into. Regulation After Complaint'd I II'

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By Larry Oglesby jurisdicition at all over borrow pits, 4-inch npuiiing around the entire pro. rf I
I' BCT Staff only landfills. perty, including a gate which will be' |
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Bradford operates a landfill adja- ,
started Brad.
Work nas already on cent to the present borrow pit, but '
I 1 ford County's borrow! pit on east the borrow pit is not fenced in, which 2)That) no'digging be done rurthe ''
SR-100 to bring the pit up to the coun- puts it out of the DER's jurisdiction. than. ::10 deep on the subject property.f ISr
;; ty's on regulations and standards
Asked if they intended to bring the
:' borrow to standards :3)That) debris. that has alrea'dybeen
The project was sparked when county pit up county
!1. Bradford resident Jack Fagan filed County'Commissioners Max- dumped on the property' be5
,ie Carter and Lawrence Mosley they removed. \'
a complaint with the Sheriff'sDepartment ro'' '' \
against the county for said they would see that would be ; \f'
not complying with the county done. "We thought the borrow pit 4>That no other dumping of deb
1 regulations for borrow pits. was within the fenced area of the Jbe allowed to be placed on'the' pro-

;, Fagan, opera tor of a borrow pit on landfill, but since it Is not we are go- 'perty.'f;; '
CR21B the SE edge of Bradford ing to take care of it," said Carter. I
County Maintenance Supervisor 5(That there be a 50( foot area from '
cited
County near Speedville, was
last May for not following the J.B. Crawford said that most of the adjoining property owners which' .
guidelines for operating a pit. He fill taken from the county's pit was will. .. not dug upon- ,I
plead not guilty to the charges and actually used in the, landfill opera, '
lion. Fill is used (o cover debris in 6)That Ihe'sides of the borrow pit
asked for a jury trial Monday, April
I. 13, then the following Wednesday, filed the adjacent, landfill.'f really! 'be sloped no !less than 45 degrees;; I'I'j

the suit against the county. 'don't'consider it a borrow pit, but we
M; 'Fagan protested that the county are going to fence it and whatever It .A February letter from ..ZoningDirector'
.- was charging him with violations, takes to bring it ,up to regulation,"" Games informed Fagan" I I'I
that it had been to his attend
brought
: while the county was operating a pit said Crawford.In .
:-' under the same violations. a Wednesday morning, Aug. 22, turf that Fagan was operating a borroW -> I
interview Fagan said that he would pH in violation of county coderf:

I :' '" "1 tried to get this thing'-settled follow the regulatiuna'with' his pit if pn f')hat he'was. ordered tip ceaseoperations. i qlISr : !
.' :, the did the same, although he t I
without going to court, but I couldn'tget county '
Later in ,1.1 county commission'meeting's .
any cooperation from L.M. 'did have one objection: 'Idon't see"the '. ""
!;i. Gaines says Fa ga rr. "In fact, he need for the expense of putting special permit wa.Is.'Jued. 'I
to allow Fagan.continllC1 operalions' -
I, rude and about up an American ,fence when the ) '
was impolite the with thef' thitt.ilhe'follow.the ,,
". whole matter." edges -are going to'De sloped restrictionist f
t t. <,'. When The 1<<'graph talked to anyway. That takes the danger above l *r* I
(. Gaines about the subject last week, away then." ,i ,;-' ,

J.r tit, the county,zoning director said that "I wouldn't think one. should be I> |'It it letter from: County Attorney ...'.,..' .. ..'. .."I".vt'kt" d U_ ."
.- : (the t'ountY.W8$ exempt from following fenced unless the pit was not used or Uudlcyrilardy'In May thejreatric* : r *J "Q f.Inm ; ,
1 1. abandoned." ,lions were listed, but IhereWaaY wt, ,' '
4 ,:: ; Its own regulations because the : -
j r .\f:; 'county landfill Is under the juristic- The six restrictions the county-* time?; .lirni i ',i? /pet for, FafMn. ,.liKjompiy. 'C 1:.. ..,u. 11.A'--t" Wo.r.\t.\ ",.'.... .f..: wri.B.e.'J", &:;,; .JlI\. .. 'fl \: !"!:. ;"/ "",' .,.+\
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! t: tion of the Department: of Eyiron; placed Pagan's rnwpitopera. 9 f C..t'-M..kerw. w.......' I.t.at "Work.,.. thtt'prltj toC't'! N u Uru 1"
' :'. "' ment (DERJ. : arf"v 'v*."t.ro,1)fhat <,..1> : .,*$ "Then} ;Sui|Iysummons was ser he hlK, ping edges; clearing dehrhf and in .geaersl brq- burrow jirtora| < r flied. a c MMfrtul 4 for not Gdlthig' sainghlgtheBradfordMtnowpitNupa
appear
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I Policy. Set for Free and Reduced Lunches,;:h, .'

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For Each' '
The School Board of Bradford County has set its policy for free and reduced Add'tl Member .' ":?:f 'i'''f.. & VARIETY
price meals for children unable to pay full price of meals and milk served /
under the National School Lunch Programs.A copy of the policy is on file at Add 2,262,, .''I," ."''I, 189 44 ; 1000 S. Water Street (Hwy 100 S.)
the office of the Bradford County School Board and may be reviewed by any .Vi Reduced Price Meal Scale '

interested Children party.from families, whose income Is at or below the levels shown on the Household ,'l\ij\ ,. $jfNf : 964-5587. .
income scale are eligible for free or reduced price meals and milk.Application Size Annually J/. Monthly Weekly .
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forms are being sent to all homes with a letter to parents or guardians.To .' Diet Pepsi & Diet Pepsi Free
apply for free or reduced price meals, households should fill out the application ''I ;9.2I3,"'Y.- 768 .178, ..
and return it to the school. Additional copies are available at the ) "
2 12,432,"|j' 1,036 240 '
principal's office in each school.The information provided on the applicationwill $1.696 pk cans
be used for the purpose of determining eligibility and may be verified at 3 15.651V, 1,305.. 301 .
time the school by school or other officials. 4 18,870* 1.573 363
during
any year program $1.29
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For the school officials to determine eligibility, the household must provide 5 22,089,'' 1,841 425' : Pepsi & 7-UP 2 Liter
the following Information listed on application: ((1) the total monthly 6 25.308: 2,109' 487'. ,, !: i' : '
income must be listed by the amount received by each household member 7 28.527 2,378" 549'' 25% Off
receiving income and the type of income it is (such as wages,child support, 8 31,746 2.646 611
etc.) OR the household's Food Stamp case number if the household is receiv "
ing food stamps, ((2) names of all household members, ((3) Social Security: For EachAdd'U Jeans & Western Shirts .
numbers of all household members 21 years old or older or the word"none "' .
for any household member who does not have a Social Security number,and Member > 269 62 Entire Stock
household member that the informa Add 3.219 .
(4) the signature of an adult certifying
tion provided is correct. l'' Ladies Blouses Buy 1
Households are required to report increases in household income over$50
per month or $600 per year and decreases in household size. at regular price and get the secondblouse
Applications may be submitted at any time during the year.
Under the provisions of the free and reduced price meal policy the principal POLITICAL RALLY 99
of each school will review applications and determine eligibility. If a for
parent or guardian is dissatisfied with the ruling of the official,he may wishto < :"
discuss the decision with the determining official on an informal basis. If Fabric Sale 1/2 price
the parent wishes to make a formal appeal, he may make a request either FISH FRYFRIDAY
orally or in writing to: Dolores Morgan 582 North Temple Avenue,Starke, (Summer Fabric Only)
Florida 32091,phone 964-6800.for a hearing to appeal. the decision.The policy "
contains an outline of the hearing procedure. VISA r.iIii iijtJ MASTER CARD
If a household member becomes unemployed or if the household size AUG. 31Theressd
changes, the school should be contacted. Such changes may make the .
children of the household eligible for reduced price meals, or for additional .' "
benefits such as free meals for them, if the household income falls at or
below the levels shown on the Income scale.In : ; J
certain cases foster children are also eligible for these benefits. If a .:: .. .
household has foster children living with them and wishes to apply for such .\ ''I. 'i
meals for them, the household. should contact the school for more informa- '. i
Center '
Community I, 1.
tion.The information provided by the household is confidential and will be used .' '
only for purposes of determining eligibility and verifying: data. ." ', '
In the operation of child feeding programs administered by the U.S. Served 6:00 .. '. I 1
Department of Agriculture,no child will be discriminated against because of Supper : p.m. '., .' ;:,.; ..' "I,' .,
race, color, sex, national! origin, age or ,handicap. *", '" 1 I';' "
Donation: Adults 2.50 Children 1.50 :,,1< } :
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FLORIDA ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINESFOR '. 1'I"' ;
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FREE &REDUCED PRICE MEALS t" SPONSORED BY / y.j'Theressa ., \; f:':,
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Effective from July I, 1984,to June 30, 198& .. 'j'1,
Volunteer Fire Department. ',. j iif.//
These are the income scales used by Bradford County Schools to deter- ," !,
< and Bradford Democratic' (
County
mine eligibility for free and reduced price meals "
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Household,, | Come Out and Hear Your'Candidates. '* .

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'1' BEFORE 1ST PRIMARY t
1 6,474 540 125 I
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2 8.736 728 168 '
'VOTE VOTEltIJ'
.j {: 3 10.998 917 212 IIA J
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PROCEEDS
... "' 4 13.260 1,105 '255 ALL VFD11'
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S" .294 299 GO THERESSA

; J'}il'.r I ,,6 .y 17,784 ,.482: 342
''.... -., 7 20.046 ,671 386
8 22,308 ,859 429 I ,..
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\I,.,s.....1. i. Contest"Fish For Winners Your Dinner"Named. ,1" :.I'lKI.GILBERT?: .,.I t"jij:,!t./rJ. ,aaG18"Clerk S. BROW- r-'t-I...(,' I i" :


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Captain D's of Starke is sponsor-
ing a contest and will be giving away Meets the Challenge of( the, 80's with J 43 $
two free dinners
every Friday nightat
8 p.m. for the next three weeks. Qualifications Knowledge Proven Ability, IA<,9 $2 l !t
The dinner will also include drink "
and dessert. The population' of, Bradford, .County In 1970 'was, I
This week's winners were 14,625. The population as' of 'August 15, 1984 is: :'. ;t'rr. PER DAY PER DAY
Michelle Smith and
Reese Scott, i
both of Starke. Manager Marian 22,996, an increase of 8,371 people in our county.. As, WITH CENTRAL A/C. WITH CENTRAIo.NC.I I

Jacksonville Walmsley chose to draw Donna the Johnson winning of your Clerk, I am proud that our office has kept 'pace The man on the left has his thermostat set at a comfortable 72.
of both The man 1 on the right with the fan,has his thermostat set at
names from the fish bowl. She was with the fast growing" responsibilities Circuit 78,And hes! .
just as comfortable.The .
also awarded ;
"Have-One" dinner
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for drawing the names. and County Courts. This experience is invaluable in choice Is easy.

The contest is very simple: fill outa your Clerk. All requirements for continuing education And choose from 24 more energy-smart ideas, Budget Billing,
fish with your name, address and Time-of-Use Rates (lower rates in off-peak hours
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work or home phone number with for Clerks by the State of Florida has been fulfilled -' Conservation Incentives Call ) CashBack ,
too. 1-8OO-821-7700.
every dinner purchased. On Sept. 7, and I point with pride to consistently good audits .; ,.
a grand prize fish will be drawn '
from all four weeks entrants. Grand each year since I took office. n '
prize will be a "Have One" dinner

and You$25 stilt cash.have three chances, two I sincerely ask for Your.Vote; on Sept. 4 I=PL 1f/1 ?tWere

weeks of the contest and then the working&hard at being the kind of power company you want.
grand prize drawing. Your name to return me to office as'Your Clerk -PDPOLAOV

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L. Some Platformaf For better county & that
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Will seek top committee appointment Immediately;,, :' Not only will'l
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open legislative office (net In my'home). I ("w .' ,.' you have a coblem'considerme' afrjend-you! : can" '

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students in grades K-12 for the The school day at Bradford High, the high school.. Operations Director psychologist, have been filled of the :
:' 1984-85 term. on1 which all other school must,base Lennard Register said he was goingto 15-odd jobs open last' week, Supt. ;
:' Adminstrators; expected a normal their schedules,has been lengthened run the buses at the same times as Casey said Wednesday afternoon.
and calm opening day. 12 minutes to accomodate the last year unless instructed by the Teachers returned to. work Mon
Bus routes will remain the sameas 7-period days, consisting of two school board to alter the times. That day. Students starting in the middleof
last year, with some minor adJustments 100-minute periods in the morning would make them late to the high the week are a result of a calendar
:?''' after drivers see where and three SO-minute periods in the school. It also left other principals, negotiated with the Bradford Education I
their stops need changing. Students, v afternoon. such as Middle School Principal Association. It also has to do ,
particularly at the beginning of each School bus routes were approvedwith Dewey McKinney unsure when to with high school teachers generally \
route should be out a little early the no change Monday night by the ring the first bell. McKinney was preferring three days of preplanning )
first few days. school board, unware of a minor, anxious to find out what schedule to i
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same as last year: 80 cents at Brad --- ,I
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ford High, 60 cents at elementaryand a \.; ,, I
middle school levels,30 cents fo"
.. is Ready for Her 32nd Class... reduced price lunches, and $1.4 ,>' '. :" 4. : !
Southside Eke, adults. Supt. Tom Casey s kindergarten teacher Laurie Mulling has her blackboard f .
prices look about right for r t\ k..1 '
decorated to welcome her 32nd class to school, Mrs. Mulllns has been at '.' 555, S r ';: \1'\ ? ;'; ;(.,'r,,1\t'. t'. ;. I '
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t' to speak at a rally and fish fry Air thettitens Alri < the\ portunitY'it\ office.To .. : : '
'" to be held at the Theressa Community Conditioning I;,. .. h": OUw"a themselves 17 'q the Sir S SYA ,.." "
Center Friday. Aug. 31. September' offering r rindividuals ; I
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THE BRADFORD JOE COX, OWNER First federal nave Harold" as from a IIY ass i9n and. ,,, ,'

COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,' ,,1 presideitwas gortunaonce did \\\e bacf away dUficu'tt assets His., is hlpathY'" '

Published every Thursdayat and ,nager. neveWhat the d0 eof his g ; .ha great hat 1s, ,.:, .,
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,'li(, 'With this ad lam listing four final leadership goals. My ad of August 30,; wHI review ail the ,. "I, ,all Bradford County people and not special interest

t: previous goals. As I visit with you in this final two weeks of the campaign I hope you wig .'. groups. '*

r : ask me about any of your concerns'with our educational program for thestudents of Brad '

1, ford ADDITIONAL County,. ,. LEADERSHIP GOALS:' HAFT' Has S 'vedyt l M! 'J"}a Conservative( ,. fries 1 iiyarid'le:, 1 :

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Opinion and Commentary T,:' Old- Time Editorials Reveal Problems I


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) n"., Editorials in old Issues of The Telegraph i books whenever needed, and "especiallydo Canal Route SuggestedAnd

; : Moderates Lose Out : ,,I were almost such as Interesting as"the news electricbug" items,. we Invite Marshals Austin and Burnsed the Florida "ship canal" was being
; dealing with subjects as 'to do so."The editor added, "We found the
deterioration of debated even in 1912. The Telegraph com-
plague, motion pictures to ,
word jugbitten, which Is also assigned
,,' the need of a local library, and the plain mented: "It is reasonably certain that a
) mean cupshaken, potshot, enjoyed of the Starke route would result In
I To GOP 'Hard Right'With proposed Florida "ship canal" drunk. When 4 man has the survey favorable report because the deep gully a
on
'Under the heading of "We Don't Want hospitality of the calaboose overnight and South Walnut Street could be used without
Weaklings," The Telegraph in 1913 observed is taken up before Mayor Hoover, the
widening
further deepening or as part of
that a "newly awakened" Board of policeman Invariably reports, 'He was
the Republican National Con- taxes, which the President will not accept Trade in a town on the St. Johns River had ..drunk. your- Honor' the rani"The aforesaid washout. is<- deep enough
vention now In full swing, many ; 2) a drastic reduction in defense resolved that postcards and pictures of to allow the of
and wide enough passage a
rattlesnakes and tame alligators "According to our books, cupshaken Is
Americans are still amused or spending which the President also rejects dead If used for a
super-dreadnaught ship
the first and drunk is the last
families from coming to stage stageOf
perhaps bemused is a better word by ; or 3) a virtual wipe-out of all non- keep Florida.many The editor asked dealers in such Inebriety. To keep the record straight, canal, this rut would save the federal
the GOP's platform "battle of the com- defense programs, which the Congressor cards to refrain from selling them to our marshals should be careful to use the government the vast expense of excavating

ma" between hard-right conservativesand ( Mr. Reagan) would never on earth tourists, and commented that,'Boards. of' proper graduation of drunkeness when and save it the" city governmentthe
the beaten-back moderates of the agree to. It is only by a combination of Trade, instead of resolving a lot of tom. stating the offense." cost of filling up.

party. On the tax-hike plank (whether to new taxes and spartan restraints on :myrot dealers and assuming and newspapers a censorship, should over turn picture I\' .n'Flk) .' ., ,_',_ .. ,'.Jot".". ,aNpo1CR _
forbid a hike or leave the door cracked a spending that income and outgo can be their attention to real estate dealers.They

little for President Reagan's future brought within speaking distance of should see that they hold out no false promises

escape from his earlier pledge of no-tax- each other. sell no land of doubtful title,charge' '. ,, i
raise) the problem was resolved by no exhorbitant prices, and see that enough RIR r r r iI
"Speaker O'Neill recently accommodate I
the Tip promised rental houses are built to
deftly inserting a comma, making that if Reagan would send him a newcomers until they have had time to

tax plank so ambiguous that both sides balanced budget, he would move it to look around.Also that merchants and hotel : 4RO

can now claim opposing interpretations.Even the floor on a roll-call vote in 48 hours. men do not frighten" newcomers away by

such a strong conservative sup- Any such budget would go down to exhorbitant prices.
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porter of the Administration as colum- defeat by roughly 435-0. Something has i

nist James J. Kilpatrick ridiculed the I to be done about our deficits, but an Flirting in ChurchIn

comma comedy, saying: "Comma or no unenforceable, unintelligible amend- a somewhat liberal mood, for the

comma, on the matter of an increase in ment to the Constitution will get us times, The Telegraph in 1905 quoted an
taxes the Republican Party platform is nowhere at all." editorial from the Paiatka News commen-
minister for defending the
ding a Chicago
positively ambiguous ;or "ambiguously Thus, one of the Administration'schief practice of flirting in church.

positive, take your choice. conservative supporters has "There is no reason why young persons

Kilpatrick then goes on to attack dismissed the balanced budget amend- should not cultivate each other's acquain- > A..h1nRII"lY. .,
another GOP plank about which the ment for what it is ,-- pure ,tance from behind hymn books. We are
basedon glad to have them come to church on any
platform is not ambiguous Mr. unadulterated window-dressing of
pretext.The expectation seeing a young
,Reagan's favorite proposed amend- the political premise that the people has to
woman home brought many a boy ': -: ......
ment to require, by law, a balanced won't judge us oy what we do, but by church for the first time. Amid the
budget. "It's a turkey if there ever was what we say. lovemaking there Is a chance for the
to steal in." Old Time Advertising
and makes the message
one, says Kilpatrick It is'on with Mr. Reagan's recent
for par "If the
following explanation his criticism: Commented The Telegraph: Hoover Bros. Studio. in Starke known far and wide :
whirlwind tour of shorelines and caves ministers could confine all flirting to the was for the unique quality
"Over the past 15 or 20 years, since and national forests to "show" his com- church it would be a good thing for the and mouth distinction of the work produced here for more than half a century. Word-ot- .: 'i
talk balanced amendment who attend. It is better was perhaps the best advertising they had going for them, but they also used j
of a'
budget mitment to protecting the environmentafter young people prac- many other clever forms of getting their to the The
message across public. colorful 1
became fashionable at least 15 or 20 3Vi years of downplaying it. ticed there, and" with less danger, than sign pictured above is a good example, and the claim to being "the finest
drafts of such a resolution have been of- anywhere else. photographers In Florida" could hardly be disputed. (Photo from Florida '
belated to 'convince ** Photographic Library Tallahassee)
fered on Capitol Hill. They might pass. These attempts
muster in the Land of Oz. Americans he is gung-ho about'protecting Fair.Warning ,

"In the most familiar versions, an the environment are hamstrung by In 1883 The Telegraph warned delinquent New Water Permit SRWMD I
Policy Adopted By
amendment would command that 'Con- his record. From the outset of his administration subscribers against allowing their ,
subscriptions to lapse:
of- .
he has key
appointed
shall adopt' a budget for each t
gress ; ficials such as James Watt and Ann "Once upon a time a certain man got An interim rule for regulating and storing dividual will be required, depending on t
fiscal in which total
I year outlays are no Burford to top positions when they were mad at the editor and stopped his paper. water for agricultural and forestry activities size and scope of the project. General per; !s4
greater than total receipts. No the environmental The next week he sold his corn at four was adopted at a hearing last week mils, a simple one-page form, may be I
I mechanism is provided for enforcingthis obviously hostile to cents below the market price, siitce he by the Suwannee River Water Manage- necessary for installing culverts construe- ,,1 h
command. laws they were sworn to enforce His didn't know any better. Then his property ment District. ting bridges less than 50 feet long and for :v,
Administration has reduced federal en-' was sold for taxes because he failed to The new rule, an ''outgrowth of the access roads on existing ag or forestry ,,
"The Republicans' 1981 resolution in- vironmental expenditures to 23 percent read the sheriff's sale notices. He was arrested wetlands protection act of 1984, will lands. Individual permits will be s
cluded a sentence of such massive below 1979 levels. and fined $8 for going hunting on become effective October 1', and providesthat necessary for larger t projects. \
obscurity' that no sponsor attempted to Sunday simply because he didn't know permitting for dredge and fill work for Projects that receive a permit under I
Mr. advisors what day it was. i construction and operation of surface DER dredge and fill rules or storm water 'i',
I explain It, But putting aside the flaws in Reagan's campaign are
"He paid $360 for a lot of forged banknotes water management systems are the rules, are exempt from the new rule.
draftsmanship..let us ask ourselves correct in concluding that as the election !
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that had been advertised two weeks responsibility of the state's five water General permits will be available at
realistically, what the President woulddo approaches, he needs to improvehis previously and the public warned not to management districts. Previously, the Florida Division of Forestry offices :i i
if his amendment image as a protector of the nation's Department of Environmental Regulation
pet were fully negotiate them. He then paid a big It was pointed out that the rule Is only an :?
operative today. For the 1985 fiscal air, land, and water; But a few colorful 'Irishman,with a foot like a forge-hammer, had sole authority over such activities as interim measure and might'be' repealed |
camera shots with outdoor to kick him all the way to the newspaper ponds, dams, and dikes agricultural
when
year, we are looking at prospective backgroundswon't and forestry operations.Two the district adopts permanent surf
where he four
office paid years' subscription -
revenues of .about $750, billion and erase 3V4 years of neglect or in advance face water regulations some time after ?

ouUaysoIabout S9 Q!billion i! for a deficit i outright opposition to environmentaLaf types of permits". ., .,>.general,.I and infillnil January. ,i.
billion" *, *" < ** fairs.."'* '*'""' "**" &&J:4 fSH&fl&ich is life without a newspaper I"1 f' / I"rj .
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budget amendment would demand, be judged, not by what they say, but by M Criticized Be Distributed

would require: 1) a stunning increase in: what they do. Wonder what those editors of 1913 would I I BRADFORD COUNTY {,
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tt x-rated movies? By David W.Norton
Surplus cheese; butter, and honey
r An editorial of 71 years'ago strongly objected will be distributed this month on the : .
I Is Electoral College U : : >, following dates: What is the No.. 1 problem with yard':

: "There Is a complaint all over the land Thursday, Aug: 23, at old RJEJ trees that Is faced by Florida) 1
I' that'moving picture shows are school in Starke 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 'homeowners? State foresters supplied the I
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The Best Method? deteriorating. The splendid presentationsof for disabled and persons over 60. answer in a recent survey. i
the past have given way to cheap and Friday Aug. 24, at RJE, 9 a.m to asked most frequently for advise .
J often stupid comedies and dramas. Worse 4 p.m., regular distribution. assistance with damage from a group
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.sif.ttj' >: than that, the morality of some of the Brooker City Hall,Thursday,Aug.. two little known but deadly beetles
Every four years we think surely delegation to the House entitled.to one' presentations is very questionable- unfit 23, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Collectively, the insects are known

there must be a simpler, less expensive, vote. The Senate'selects the"'Vk e- for children to see and nauseous to grown- Speedville, Pleasant Grove pine bark beetles. Individually, they
and more effective way to elect our President. It is a queer, complicated. .ar- up people.Yet, at the conclusion of such a Church, Friday, Aug. 24, 8 a.m. to 4 the Ips and Black Turpentine beetles. fl

President. Then conies''November, the rangement. '"tt 'ff'"ft' ; piece the we Board see of the Censors.announcement Where does: Passedby this p.m.Hampton City Hall,Tuesday'Aug. The most damaging of this pair is The the IpfJ

is and the is there has b e'n.\agita- 28, 10 a.m. to 4 beetle, which also is the smallest. Ipts
election over, subject "For decades board hang up? At Coney Island? p.m. and
beetle is about /-inch in length aboufj
until another four have this with direct .... Lawtey Recreation Center (Mid-
forgotten years tion to replace system Road as big around as a pencil lead. Most peoples!
I ,dleburg ), Tuesday Aug. 28, 9.
rolled, around.A elections but there has been no Proud of Library, a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 'never meet Ips face-to-face because thfc

Gallup in 1980 disclosed that 67 change. Infl9U rhe proudly announced great majority) of its life is spent in the thirty
poll Telegraph Anyone wishing to volunteer to layer of twin"tissue just under the
percent of the American people favor Some political scientists think the its "new library' consisting of nine help with distribution may call your pines. Quite often a pine's needy: :;
direct election of the President; only 19 Electoral College system is volumes of the Century Dictionary that 964-6696. Outreach workers will turn red and the tree dies before Ute ownefi
had been through a fire and then cleanedup deliver commodities to
homebound
percent are opposed; and 14 percent are undemocratic, complicated, and even by dropping each book on the floor and. clients who are bedridden. Call even amination knows of the the beetle Infected is around.tree will Close reveal exn;

undecided which method is the best. dangerous. In 1960, a switch of only scrubbing. [it with a stiff brush.Tile same number to apply for home small white or reddish globs of pitch, and:

Many do not seem to'realize that when 12,000 votes in five states would have :public was invited to consult the delivery /i-inch in diameter extending 'VitoincR

they go to the polls in November they elected Richard Nixon instead of'John I '/' '\ out from the bark.These "pitch tubes"f nu
are not actually''voting for a presidential F. Kennedy. Gerald Ford would have f \ '. the only visibhurDS!i of attack. ;:j

candidate but are electing been elected in 1976 with the change Notebook The Ips larger cousin the Black TurpetH
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faceless, members of only a few thousand votes in Ohio and County Agents Obb 'I..TaYlor tine Beetle, is the second most commoK
anonymous, bark beetle in Florida. The Black
something called the Electoral College, Hawaii. tine beetle is dark reddish to black Tug
the duties of which to, Suprem "Court and about 3/8 of an inch long.
are a mystery Years ago, the U.S. should all the '
Garden Plot PreparationHealthful crop, you remove woody
ofteji
most of us. This little-understood approved the doctrine of "one man, one plants material because it won't decom- creates.a larger pitch bark which
written by forefathersinto but this does'notapply I outdoor exercise, a feeling of well. .reaches I15inches in diameter. Thfij
system was our vote, certainly ; pose very Bhck Turpentine beetle got its name;
the Constitution of 1787 and later to the Electoral College system; ::'" accomplishment the family food bill, and are potential good reasons savings why on After the soil is turned,break all clods because it was a common problem aroun*{

amplified by the 12th Amendment, and Mr. Strout also calls attention to more4 and more folks are turning to home and level with a rake. Do.this as soon as turpentine operations.All bark beetles am
development of_the two-party system. 'national vegetable gardening. In recent articles I you can to prevent excess drying of the attracted by trees'' oozing pitch from
I another needed change in our; have been offering tips on planning a soil, and to keep good soil texture. This is scrapes or wounds in their bark. In ft:
u. Veteran Washington political writer elections the need for shorter and less garden; project. This week I'll discuss soil important,because a finely pulverized soil 'turpentine operation the bark I"
Richard L. Strout explains how it expensive campaigns. Canada,, he preparation and liming.Usually'the surface will make planting easier, give deliberately stripped away to allow the
works i the call for election went out July 9'; you better seed germination, and help in- pitch to flow into cups for collection. BotIi
I says, most part'of a sure a more even stand of vegetables. It's species attack a tree in the same way: i
,I and the voting will come on September 4 vegetable gardening project Is getting the' 'especially important to have fine textured i small round hole is bored through the ba
.'Sup{>OSe we have arrived at the end about 60 all. U.S. presidential soil ready for, planting. But, whatever you soil when planting small-seeded Cl'ops.1ike, and Into the living tissue called the canti
of election day next November. Around candidates begin campaigning two do, don't give in to the temptation to cut'' carrots, radishes of greens.In bium. The cambium layer is very impofij
the election corners on this phase of the operation. If taut to the tree because it transports mow
the awed announcers longer before
midnight say or even some soils, it's also to add
years necessary *
'you do'a job of preparing the soil, of the the ,
poor you nutrients and water from rue ,
computers predict there will be no majority date. Recent polls have shown that.73 can expect poor results from your garden, 'some kind of liming material well before up to the crown'of the tree. When
in the Electoral College, that is. percent of voting-age'' Americans,think': even Jf.you'work hard on planting and Lime planting at the same time you turn the soil: beetles reach this tissue they begin fee

States cast their Electoral College votes the primary. system Is too long. The' cultivation. If you're planning ,a large into a chemistry reduces soil I lesson acidity., lime Without adds calciumto going around the tree. These tunnels! ,also ca

In blocks winner take all in each state. Federal Election Commission projects, garden,you may want to rent a rototiller, the soil and makes minor elements more galleries, serve as home, rettaurant, a
I or even a small tractor and plow to use in' the bark la
to beetles.,,
Eggs
'I The electors in. that in all races this available to plants. The most nursery
step campaign spending preparing the soil.But,for small backyard commonly' while the parent beetles are boring, ha
including House and Senate, will the work with ,used form of lime is dolomite. Besides
gardens,you can do 1 a spade leaving beetle larvae to tunnel and r
"Each state Is entitled to as many reach well over a billion dollars:Almosta orshcjvej.<; calcium? dolomite provides magnesium, where the,, parents left'off. EventuaiW !
and : another Important plant nutrient. But,
electors as it has U.S. senators third of that will be spent'on the The time to begin' soil. preparation'depends really should add lime only when a soil test you galleries ,cut off the flow of water an
ri representatives The electors then go to. presidential race alone. to Rome extent on what's growingon indicates the need for it. Too much can be nutrients and cause the death of the tre

their own state capitals to cast their your garden site now. If you have heavy ,as bad as too little. If a soil test Indicates Several chemical pesticides tiff
'vote for president and vice-president. If The need for election reform isob- weeds or a cover crop, you Intend to turn your soil is too sweet, or alkaline you may available to combat bark beetles, but mi ,
't no candidate obtains a .majority, the vious, but Congress seems reluctant to 'under'yCJIIIabould start a month or six' need a special fertilizer program.In generally Ineffective because timing of Ul '
President act. Nothing is likely to change'unless 'weeks.before planting This also is the have spray is most critical. A protective coat 0 .
House decides who will be ,to a good garden;
: t level rise time W add lime,.if needed. summary you lindane can be sprayed from the groulfl! :
up the soil Be
from the three people receiving voters at need to prepare properly; sure
among level to 8" the main
and demand reform If you've kept the garden site fallow or to start far enough ahead of planting to' up stem This ?
with each state *
the most electoral votes and recommended for pine trees In the vicii
II f I you plan to remove all vegetation, no allow organic matter to decompose fairly
could the soil of the attack showing DO signs of alt
soil to of six
lime is nwuired. you prepare well.Turn the a depth or eight
it ... ,. .. '"""t 'J..tJi! and pit. within;,two' or three .da>", .. Inches. And, make sure you have a level prior, to'the application. Please read .
r labels
Y if to work extra organic surface before if''a pesticide and be. careful when
4 r ::1 However, you plan finely textured planting. ; ,
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matter.Lisle the soil '''before planting'you., IOU test indicates lime is needed to give big any,.pesticides. for

should Mart two. or three weeks! 0 ahead your garden plot the right.acid level, it M
", time, ';jftij. ,,I.,; ,should be applied when you turn the soil., .J' :

'( t..tvi 'To prepare;.> the soil,dig down six''to eight Call 9044880,' Exl 299, or come by your ,
inches;as 4 turn each shovelful completely 'county agent's office if you have questionsor .K' is owl sltndeti
*.i i At The Telegraph and the Uthce bop-.;;"' : .'over.If you're lurninfl in weediinor cover: want more Informatti": '. ,.{, ,: I ', '. NtU,.." Fraaais tleaelf
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Mary Wright and Everett' .Rhoades na ;.; Y. '
Manicures & Pedicures y. 'S ;

,," Wed Aug. 11'i l i in Morgan Rd. Baptist I p

for ail your Nail Care Needs ,
Call Sandra at 964.7355 : 'Z I1'Sr ;:1
"' Morgan Road Baptist Church was torian neckline and long puffed $f.o..
h>" the setting for the Aug. U, 7 p.m. sleeves. She wore a pearl necklace stop by r _._-. "--' .
'' wedding of Mary S. Wright, and matching earrings and her,,lace Merle Norman Building '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and pearl headpiece secured her tie 8. ThMipsM IL, StirttaINTRODUCTORY .}j.
'b Wright of Lawtey, to Everett G. sheer veil. She carried a purple and PRICESLOOKING 'h ,
'f Rhoades of Gainesville, son of Mr. white arrangement of pompoms -
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<:.,''. and Mrs. Donald Rhoades of Mac- centered with a purple orchid and -- -
!ls\r- trimmed with fern.A .
clenny. Rev. Robert Gills performed
the nuptials. reception was held in the church 4$4$ j GLASS I
:I'', Daniel Martin, organist fellowship hall where Miss Pat 1 Sl. w .
i presented a program of nuptialmusic Deeds kept the bride's book. r 442 F. Madison Street Starke s
,; The tables all carried out the rain- 964.8547 \ '
-, :j Highlighting the altar were two bow theme and were covered with 'p. i
i.'',baskets of flowers In rainbow colors, ,lace cloths. The bride's table was INTRODUCES....
1 ; against a background of arched centered with a two-tiered pillared j LORRAINE 1|
J.i ; ;candelabra decorated with light, cake decorated with pastel roses and t,,
',. pastel' rainbow bows and a unity can- Was made by the bride's aunt, Jen- \ TUESDAYS ONLY
C': die. nifer Wright of Jacksonville. Mrs.
'i I Mr. Rhoades attended his son as Eddie Boatwright cut the cake. PERMANENT SHAMPOO SHAMPI ;
f Tv best man and the ushers were the Miss Khandice Stroud and Miss ,
*' bride's brothers Marvin Wright,Jr. Karen Huelster presided at the s2oo saau ;6sa
1; and Jeff Wright punch bowls at a table centered by a
TEC .Miss Cathy Martin served as maid rainbow.
""*.; 'of honor. She wore a light mint The groom's cake was also made
$'<1 green, long taffeta gown with heart- by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Jennifer
V), shaped neckline and chantilly lace Wright, and Miss Pam Pratt served. : SUNDAY AFTERNOON
*/, sleeves. She carried an arrangement the cake.
j,' of mixed pastel colored Assisting in serving were Mrs. Bill
v;' flowers coordinating with her dress. Stroud and Mrs. Larry Sayre. ,
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i'Misses- Nancy and Following a .wedding trip to EP- CHICKEN
Lockwood DINNER
($g'.' were Kathy attendants Rhoades, the and groom's wore sister gowns COT residing and Silver at Wind Meadows the Trailer coupleis H1 :i

Park in Gainesville. : .
?: < similar to the honor attendant except "
4l{ J.; Nancy's gown was light blue. The bride Is currently attending ; SPONSORED BY I
',and purple. Santa Fe Community College for a..:
; : Kathy s gown was light
>4;?They carried bouquets of mixed degree in nursing and is employed, .j ;l TheKiwanis '
;r flowers In rainbow colors. The by Dutch Pantry 'the'S. I
'. groom's sister! Miss Kathy The groom is attending .. r ] '
Club
University of Florida for a bachelor
Rhoades, made all the attendants r ;a Y :
in science and will
gowns. degee computer t x I i
The bride, given in marriage by .complete his degree in nine months.He .
!\," her father, wore a long dress with is also employed by Dutch Pantry ((1 ;ilJWri: and Mrs,Everett Rhoades of StarkeAugust ; I
train with lavers of white lace, VicEngagements in Gainesville. 'i I,

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.1\. >! Laurie Hicks To Wed Aug. 31 12:00: Noon 4:00: p.m.

iCclen.Wilkinson Bradford High School' Cafeteria ,
A1 Mrs; Irene Harris of Starke announces ..
.To Wed Aug. 25 the approaching marriageof Gladys Mooty; .01 The MENU: i ; .f '

her daughter. Betty, to Jimmie | ,
.tr.Ii.;, .I"1"' ':Mr./land Mrs. Charles R. Hicks of Patterson of Starke, son of Mr. and Society.Editor, I. I "Gene Reese" FRED,CHICKEN OJ .i' I
-ttQ Franklin, N.C. announce the ap- Mrs. -James L. Patterson of Butter TII' i= '
"d l\i ; Hampton Baked Beans, Cole Slaw. Rols, Coffee or j'; !
I preaching marriage of Atlanta Lake. .. News'! ,
daughter, Laurie Hicks of The wedding is planned for' Fri. 964-7608. : ', I ,
", '"t,4, "' I Ga., to Glen Wilkinson; son of Mr. day,-Aug.31,at 7 p.m. in the home of 3.00 CARRY OUTS :., '.1 I
( ;. and Mrs.J.D.Wilkinson of Maxville. Mrs. Irene Harris on Haisten Drive. ." '"{"
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9 All friends and relatives are Invited DONATION AVAILABLE
"; The bride-elect is a graduate ot thertu' to attend. Lydia Lane and'William Lane, Sr... riage of their daughter,Eva Annetteof .
;University of Florida and is The bride-elect is employed by both of Starke. Starke, to John Eugene Griffis, Tickets available from any 'Klwanls;, member; Denmark:' Furniture -'-
employed by Emory University Starke Uniform in Starke. The wedding will take place, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Gene. Griffis of ; the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce and I
Rehabilitation Center In Atlanta. Mr. Patterson Is employed by September 16, at 4 pm. at Jhe home Raiford.
U 'II. .'' ,;4 P.R.I.D.E., Inc. in Lawtey. of the bridetobe.Immediate ", The bride-elect Is"employed by at the door Sunday. Children Under 12$1.50 I
"! Is of then4'11' -members and ,
: /Mr. Wilkinson a graduate family Western Steer Steakhouse
University\ of Florida and is invited. The couple will Florida. I
Zephaniah; Strong, friends are Mr.Griffis is employed by
hertq /employed; \ bv Cargill Poultry. reside in Starke. :: State Prison. This ad sponsored by: j
Isaac Cummings, Sr. < The wedding is planned for Sept. The Western Steer Family Steakhouse, I Ii
-1I)Jt"I .ty' .j.he wedding| I Is planned for Aug. To Wed Sept. 16 28V' at 7:30 p.m. In. the UCI I
; 25, at 8 p.m. in Clay Hilt Baptist Eva Sullivan \\t Clubhouse Raiford: _
i Church in Clay HIU.g"JH". Timothy Lee Golden and T. Cor. John E< GrlfHs u ? '. ?: ".' \ "
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dell Strong 'announce- thee ap- '''''' '''' '
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and problems I :''J; State District :' Ii Iif
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j i Page IA ,., "TELEGRAPII' August 23,15$1: __ 4.. A \)..) J

: JOI rn4', '' and John Paramore Tina Brown Shower Honoree; .,' '." II
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< rangement under a parasol. "
Wed Aug. 5 in Marianna Miss Tina Brown bride-elect of The 40 guests included' >,the > ,
f. Bill[ McRae, was honored at a linen honoree's mother, Mrs. Millard, lj
it Jolene O'Steen of Gainesville, 'spray of white gladiolus, mums,and Ihower Tuesday night Aug. 14, Brown, and the prospective groom's '"
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. (Rip) English ivy decorated the fireplace liven by Mrs. Joe Gutsy, Mrs. Jim mother M.... Donald F. McRae.
1( O'Steen of Starke and John Arthur mantle. The bride's table held a Godwin[ ,Mrs. Carl Hurst,Mrs. Johnnie Corsages were given to the I
'; Paramore of Gainesville, son of Mr. three-tiered, white sour cream l Johnson, Mrs. Lamar Williams honoree and to the two mothers. The 'I ,,
i and Mrs. Willie Earl Paramore of pound wedding cake, adorned with and Mrs. Eddie Douglas and honoree was also given a Ar- ', ,'1
'I i I Marianna, were united in marriage wedding bells. The tiers were in- daughter, Gayle, at the home of the my/Navy cloth with matching \
\i Sunday Aug. 5, at 3 p.m. in St.Luke's terspersed with fresh white roses, latter on 13th Street. napkins by her hostesses as a !
Church in Marianna mums, and baby's breath. A white The refreshment table was memento the occasion. !'jjfop./; Ir.
I with bather John McLeester performing floor length cloth covered the table. ,centered with a silk pastel flower ar ..... "
I the nuptials. Mints, cheese straws and puffs were
a,l !\i The altar 'was decorated with a served. VOTE HART J't :
" J 1 large spray of white, gladiolus The groom's cake was a chocolate Pd ro&. M.. >> r.ff. I ,
I I spider mums, baby's breath and layer cake, topped with fresh /1,1 J I'
I white lilies. Two 5-branch brass grapes. It was served from a brass
I candelabras arched around the arrangement tea carafe. Two punches, one of ,
I over which the cross them champagne, were served. VL Vote )
towered. Approximately 200 persons attend
I Mrs. Donna Paramore sister-in- ed.The .i
j law of the groom was the organist couple left the formal recep- ','
and played Trumpet Fanfare while tion in a white 1920s Rolls Royce con- w _
f the wedding party entered the vertible,boat-tailed roadster,driven ;
I the headed for the .
church.Mr. by groom. They Francis'
I Paramore attended his son as home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott av
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;"" best man. Ushers were Scott Paramore, the groom's brother, for
Paramore brother of the groom an informal reception hosted by the ,
7 Frank Bondurant, Bill McKee JoelJordan parents of the newlyweds.The .
/ and John Mears. entrance to the drive was hP? aMro "Superintendent" '
Miss Heather O'Steen attended flanked by magnolia boughs with triple Y
her sister as maid of honor.She wore candelabras on each side. The
.';. ;, a full length, off-the-shoulder dress; drive was cordoned with white satin
champagne in color, made of taf- ribbon, affixed to white wooden '
posts. Two sheriff's deputies parked "A Solemn Pledge"To
feta In her hair was a halo of baby's
breath. the cars of the guests in the meadow .
Miss Donna Warwick and Miss adjacent to the lawn where a large The Teachers and Parents

(. Lejgh Paramore, sister of the canopy was erected. of Bradford County.
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The lawn was decorated with an
groom, 'were attendants and wore Sr 1,
:II) dresses Identical tothe maid of assortment of foliage, many large
I Boston fern hung from the trees
honor. Their bququets were made of
,I j red ribbons chids with flowing under furniture.which A sat white white wrought-iron wooden lawn 1. If I have not convinced you of. my position regarding fair'I .
red and trails of English Pi
ivy.
,1 Al Kay Carlisle served as lay flower cart was filled with colorful ,and equal treatment of teachers and students over the past

{I reader for the service and read a begonias bride's and petunias.The covered 27 years, I will never be able to in eight weeks.

1 t passage Ephesians from the 5th chapter of with a white skirting register, a was white bird- .John Paramore. .1 2. As superintendent I assure you there will not be a heed for I \\i

li I The bride, given in marriage by cage filled with fresh flowers and begonias as centerpieces. Down the graduate from me university 01 third for anyone.'J'
f greenery, accented by a tripe middle of the canopy bales of hay Florida College of Engineering witha party protection
her mother's wed-
1 ding her father gown which wore was made of chantilly candelabra. The table held the were used to hold the gifts presentedto degree in electrical engineering. 3. We cannot continue to function In a"House l Divided," the' I f.
bride's book and a basket filled with the couple, from out-of-town
lace with a scalloped neckline Apostolic Truth students have too much to lose. .
birdseed bags. The bride displayed guests. .
i sleeves.The skirt white tafF -
was
feta ana underlay with a tulle overlay inl'.j her wedding bouquet on one side of On the lawn were tables contain- United Pentecostal ChurchN.E. 4. The position I have taken during this campaign Is one I "

( -;;1 the front. The back was a chantilly the table. ing kettles of boiled peanuts, .......2nd lnmn SI.l.W.Lowly Bright. ,-'Florida.2._ ,maintain all the time .not just at election time.
Under the and
guests were watermelon, corn which .was
lace with bustled lace canopy
overlay a Morning . 10 AM .
Sunday
served roasted prime rib, au jus, according to Sheriff John
,:' train, chapel length. Her headpiece prepared I Sunday Ivmlna Worship 6:3O PMThursday
was chantilly lace 'with beaded barbecued pork and goat fried Whitehead's recipe. Kegs of beer 7l3O PM E B' Charles E. Francis Superintendent
I a flower design, and attached to which channel catfish hushpuppies, and champagne were served In addition Pr.. Hoonmhtalhl. Study ,
was a fingertip length tulle veil. She cheese grits cole slaw, baked beans, to iced tea and soft drinks, ACTS 2:3. SALAVATION '.MNtAM 1'
I": wore a set of pearls loaned to her by sliced tomatoes, pickles and sesame Approximately 500 friends and Com worship With U. i
her mother-in-law, and carried a seed bread. The dessert table held relatives who had gathered for the 1l J,
bouquet of a dozen white roses sur- an assortment of cakes, includingthe wedding attended this gala event. II. -1. l!
rounded by baby's breath, 'with wedding and groom's cakes. After a honeymoon to the Cana- ,
Guests were seated under the dian Rockies, the couple Will residein i
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the St. Luke's Episcopal parish hall, with red and white checked attend the University of Florida Col- ,
if to the church.. 'A large tablecloths and adorned with white lege of Dentistry, The groom will : .. Ii
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a Lynda Rhue Owner Avoiding back Injuries due, In part, .19-) correctly lifting '' W AWilbur

l'; Back to heavy objects. This Is accomplished using the body to best ad : S ,., ''' 4 '
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School, SpecialsHaircuts tical axis of the body as possible. Always bend, at the knees, 't\ '

i'' j. Reg.,o.oo' keeping the spine vertical. Keep In mind that lifting an object as W4 .. "
Shampoo & Blow Style close to the vertical! axis of the body as;;possible/increases, I ," .
'i .Reg. '8.00 Now Both leverage. Try to lift with your muscles in their middle range of ; "W.4t L. WatersCounty ." / ,
muscles much ,
motion. Fully contracted; or fully stretched are ; ) '
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I" Also Specials on : Many of us, whether yve are physically conduct or ourselves 1 'r' District 5 .', Democrat : aAta1p4 !
benefit from expert advice as to how we can .45 "
Custom Perms in order to prevent bodily Injury. At the TULLER CHIROPRACTIC t.\ ,
', ,Now'20.00 . . 1113U' CENTER, 260-B S. Lawrence Blvd. ((473-7213)), all members of the. ",
Senior. Citizen Discount, family receive preventative health care, suiting their individual I s j i ; rF,1s w phERS ,I.-
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Now *11.00.:: : :. ; *1BTuesSat needs. Hours by appointment Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6.: ; Sat. 912. A-1 t ;

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;to by Appt. Only This column is brought to you by TULLER CHIROPRACTK "T J will be

.. Across from Waters CENTER, 260-B $. Lawrence: Blvd. (473-7213j( ai a community ", greatly appreciated. I!

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Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Paul of -"Mi-s"Cecilia Grter *.and Mrs Louis Woods of Live Mrs. Frances Hamilton of Wesley
Stadler of San Las Vegas, Nev.were recent visitorsof was Saturday were Saturday pverniaht/ guests Manor, Jacksonville, spent several MOUNCltfG,
Calif. Was guest of Miss Jean M u dye his parents, C.W.A. U.S.N. Ret. and Mrs. Jack: Llnnie Woods and Mr, and' days last week with Mrs. 'Jewell .
the past two and Mrs. A.F. Paul. family on Sunday Nealy McConnell, Jfi. ,Monday Roberta. >
j points of Interest InSElCStaWlKVOTE.HART Jim Weldon and Tuesday guest was Mrs. Estelle ? / ::
/. here. Mrs.Don Page,Stephanie Bennett Jacksonville. : of Live Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand Gin Marie Turner
and son, Kyle, spent the past week daughters of Ormond Beach and "I.
Joe Peters of Atlanta Is with Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Ryder in VOTE HART > Aug. 14, Duplicate Harold Seymour of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. John H. Turner of .'
Mrs. W.S.visiting his Montgomery, Ala,. Club results Were: firat-Rhea visited Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymouron Raiford announce the birth of a ,
at Kingsley Land for Peters, Mr and Mrs. R.O. and Lora Francis; second- Sunday. daughter, Gina Marie, !born Aug. IS "
this week several days Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch and family ed, last Friday after Reichmann and Allene In Alachua General Hospital. She '.,
and Mr. and Mrs. T.R.: O'Brian up the East Coast; ; third-Charles and Betty Rid VOTE HART w.w.** joins a brother Jason, age 5. i
:"Pd.Io1.Adv. spent the weekend at Crystal River. family, Mr. and Mrs. Maternal grandmother la Mrs. :it)
Lansing Mich., Dr. R.E. Dopson and son, ChrIst Carol Kiernan of Alachua and great .. t II j
Miss Deborah Gray left Wednesday Opreland, Tenn., and last week at Crescent Tom Davis and son. Tommy, and grandparents are Mr. and Mr*. ;'?
for Baptist Bible ,Institute in family, Mjr. and were Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Sam'' Ludwig and children, Rickie Harry Hughes of Alachua. Paternal
Graceville. Dansby In Prattville, : Francis Merle Mrs. Phoebe and Ryan, spent Saturday and SUn- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. 'p
Mrs. Ma Slaw and Mrs. day at Gold Head State Park. Cassiclc of Lakeland.KellyMaureessMaughae. .'.'
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'SNAPPER SENSATIDNALFALSAv '. Patsy Booth and Son, Jason, Philadelphia, Pa. was in Starke on 1.>;1
vacation in July visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Maugban of : t;
were Monday over
;& :J I II guests of )Mrs. John Grlffen. Mr.''and Mrs. Herbert Hawkins and, Port Cheater, N.Y., announce the .
relatives He went to Orlando with birth of a daughter Kelly Maureen, "
; VOTE. HART "*:>*',**', Mr. and Mrs. Brown and his motherto born July 11. .',."
I i .... .. attend a track meet to watch his Mrs. Maughan the former Helen
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your ; IJ -'''''! and and sister Pam Lyn Hawkins, run. SieberlingofRaLford. is a WTO honor ."I

':; is High School. Mr. Maughan Is an account ,
NO MONTHLY PAYMENT overnight guests of her parents,
FOR GO .
afford executive with IBM In New York ClMaternal -
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you and Mrs. T.H. Slade.T l"'po1( "'Adv' .
Save now when you purchase any SNAPPER rear engine riding VOTE-HART ty. 'JI I
: ;; to rebuild? regular retail price.You'll' receive a 6 bushel catcher(for single grandparents 'are Mrs. ..'
or a dump cart free.Ybu can own a SNAPPER today with tow r. and Mrs.'T.C.: Chastalh'and 2nd Li Jack N. Watson is enjoyinga Dorothy House of Starke and Lee i
k?1 merits If you use our Snap Credit plan. Everything about this offer and Mrs. Tommy Chastain and few days at home before he leaves ,
With Valu-Rite from convenience In mind.The rear mounted grass/ catcher for example spent last week' at Crescent for a three-year tour at his next duty Sleberllng of Lake/ Geneva, ::1
j The Hartford ydu'can. you to mow larger areasof grass without having to empty.And with a h. : ,< ,< station.Jack has recently completedhis
. If your home is destroyed Hi-Vac rider you can easily vacuum up leaves. twigs and pine '" officer's basic course. lie will be Rebekah Jackson 1
Valu-Rite's full I So purchase any SNAPPER single blade rear engine rider : Irene Hutto and Mrs. Mabel assigned to the 69th Armored Battalion ..
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get a free grass catcher kit or dump cart. It's easy to take advantage of Jacksonville spent the Aschaffenburg Germany.He' Mr and Mrs. Rick Jackson of ''
value replacement feature Sensational Fall Savings by using our credit plan. Now that's quite with Mrs.Carolyn is also looking forward to visiting his. Chattanooga, Tenn announce the '
will pay the full and Mrs. Edna Wells and sister, Jency and her five children.Jency's birth of a daughter.Rebekah, born \ '
" cost to rebuild itrattoday's t! the funeral of Gracie' Hutto. husband, Captain (P) Fred Aug. 21. She joins slsterrRachei 0'1
; construction- Rawcliffe Is stationed In age 2. .
.;: prices Regardless pf of Fuqua i ''Zweibrucken Germany.: Jack id a Maternal grandmother is Mrs. :";
i. your policy's limits. Jackson,.Sr. Is a patient in 1977 graduate Bradford High Stanley Merrill of Melbourne and ".
Don't risk losing your Florida Regional. Hospital' for Schoo. 'VOTE.' HART 'd'"'.A*,,, the late Stanley Merrill. Paternal I
homed undervalued and is doing nicely.\ grandparents are Margaret L. ;;
insurance. Demand Mrs. Ron d; ,family of Jackson and William T.Jackson: ,Sr. "
, .-and Mrs. Harold Gay and Mr.1 Tampavisited' her mother; Mrs. of Starke and great grandmother. ,
.Thejlartford'sValuRite -. LVk Mrs. Jimmy Langley accom Jack Trawick: last week! .Mrs.A.G.Loudon Sr of Gainesville. '"
for'your .
protection 22 members Of ,, the w.wwwwwww----
home-and your ; Junior and Senior .. Mr. and Mrs. John. Early of Pat Slack Honored ,;
peace of mind. ( groups on a picnic and tubing Mobile Ala. were Sunday to Tuesday With' Birthday PartyPat
Don't make a decision River on Saturday. guests of Mr.and Mrs.L.C. Ear
on homeowners ly. Slack, manager of the Econo,
insurance without a David Mendenhall and Miss Lodge, was surprised at a birthday
' from usHODOES etraar i air ; Hardy of Atlanta. spent'' the' Mr.. and Mrs. T.B. Rahn and Mr. part given in her honor Monday to
, quote. I Ruled Velue :-,. with their parents, Mr. and and Mrs. George Huggins returnedlast the occasion. '
.:94995 .E. Hardy. Friday from two weeks vacationat The party held at the Lodge,was
Stone Mountain, Ga. and Pigeon attended ,by 35 staff members and
VOTEHART, Pd.Pol" **. Forge, Tenn. friends. Birthday cake 'and

l Insurance. Agency refreshments were enjoyed.

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He will try at all times to usetax dollars to the best interest of the tax payers!

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f ,PLEASE GIVE. HIM THIS CHANCE, SEPT. 4th.

',: ACCUSATION ,: ;' /4 EXPLANATION :,' PO POL AOV

Representative George Crady The': (' Child, Abuse ''BiII;.?Horse! '; \ Bill, '0988 passed .both ,

Voted against the Child Ab'useBill Senate unanimously'Senate1: .) 230 was a ( -

:.:Senate Bill 230 would require all residential child-care agencies, I = .

:,. operated centers, to register with the state. Irt order lillc'Biscuit
t \ :'pleas'of' lo'Cql l ministers:'who'wished: separation of I witli purchase of I

.. state! George Crady voted against the bill.Representative a.PJece' Snack Bmc
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The bill $30,000 should 1' e Original Reclpe1"or dr.CAspyandIblecultfor ,
George,Crady:. appropriation stated.thatthe' : only 11.29 Limit on* coupon per customer. I
(voted! for a $50,000 appropriation: ; ";develop a plan for the most''ripproprldte: and effective S Coupon good only for combination whlt* 4artc ,
to study closing Northeast Florida vide Community based residential! =1! treatment: services.. i I I orders.. Customer_9OV"'pays applicable *al** lax, I I IOfIeIlopl

State Hospital. '. \vT :-&VSi* tally| III.*' 'NO MENTION 'OF THE''NORTHEAST. r

,- ;: %;| J:-"f/;;: : : "HOSPITAL WAS CONTAINED ''IN| THE\;BILL I.. When : IWITH :$':::1.29 I
1 )learned that there even' this 'language .
:',*" >iSf "*5i"' < was objection, )fp )
I f&i r+:;).vi ',\''"i*:4h? .' *l""' Tallahassee fo remove!) : the, IangupgeAND? the '. I CQUPQH
... JUW*(? L Zki *'M :Vjl He 1.1 was! successful i and there 1 was NOTHING I in the final I I;
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.1'i ReprosentotlveGore' I Crady did "', Cett ;rfr m.the Clerk of the House' f Representatives," 4 J"JtIm H

r 1 not IntrbaJce or pass the: PRISONl| Nstalese; jjhe? Prison',ImpO .;.Law;/or U 83 was'!.di? l f | Butterinlllc.Biscuits- I

',i I IMPACT"; ) "which refieved the. *' t throng ,committee' and to passage by you (George; ); with purchase of I

f,. ,, '- financial >:stran'Sh$ !' tna'ft'mdlt'i{<'Wtti.V1if", ; ., -tm rri".AO"> 'i\'i\ (,> \ al)( /'''' \ 9 ?Iece Thrift Banc
I". .1'1' ..:' <, ''''' i: t I Gel. 9 places of the Colonel'k" Original Recipe;; I
counties wherein' prisons' were ,5 & .#" ,. ,t..' I"1IIII'J'J"r; : .- I or Extra Crispy,.' for only SIU'. Limit onitti
.located.' The Eiciker"County ,cdndictatesoldOwasqSenqteBill. ; '. r:If t .,00.\ '1 *.'' + coupon par customer. Coupon good only lorI
combination whlte/dartc orders. Cuatomer
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Representative"GsorgeCrady I : t HeN'-wQ5Gtatrntan( of the Probation and Parole. t'I', I aAI'1tHTBIS $5.79 i I

has done: nothing:' .for"Ihe correca, t(N 'der.Corredionai! )when. 13.9miltlon, dot I o&was a I COUPON :

"t! ..mo'o,, (lcersJ I; ;;Iti.\ : ..sectionali; oifiters.l :t TheTimes; I .Unlon b/J;?%81 i stated;' '."' .d6. R !;M I\' ,Tn.s coupon Cnriin food Non only. htimf" tl Kttmuefriort in Mrs lid,

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<' Representatrv Q-eorOec'ady: 'jPassagie./of' : .his 'Pris6ni, ;)jipact Blli.emi; rg> y.'AJn Iri' ; 'Of'coupon Cain per Crispy customer.,, for Coupon only' S7-9 good. \Umlt only on for.

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N,. "'..'pi.,"#j"',f,!,N off Chicken Kiwanis Dinner to Sponsor Dental Bill Watson Research Awarded I ,Rev. Charles Weatherbee To Preach Sunday at Pine Leve| i

I As Fund RaiserA FellowshipBill Sunday, Aug. 36 Rev. Charles Schedule of services tor Aug. 26 Pastot Roman AlvArez and all ik. I:
yI I chicken dinner will be served Watson, port of Mr. and Mrs. Weatherbee, pastor of the are as follows: Sunday School, 10 Church members extend of Pine Level Baptijt '
f BIASY Sunday, Aug. 26, by the Starke W.R. Watson of Hampton, was Maranatha Baptist Church in Columbus a.m.; Morning Worship Services, attend these services.an invitation to an''. N I'
Kiwanis Club as a fund raiser for its awarded a 1984 dental research Ga., will be the guest 10:45: a.m.; and Evening services, 7
upcoming activity. The theme fellowship by the American Association speaker In both services at Pine p.m.
y "Uplift Underprivileged Children,>( for Dental Research. He was Level Baptist Church. He and his
will be kicked off in October. one of only 15 national finalists. He wife, Shelley, are gifted musiciansand
The Kiwanis Club sponsors the received a $1900 stipend and will at- will be singing several songs in
,, Danielle Alain Jones Special Olympics in Bradford Coun- tend the four-day Na both the morning and evening ser-
'" ty and the Key Club at Bradford tional/American Conference for vices. TO SCHOOL
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Andrew High School. Dental Research in Las Vegas, Sunday is also "Back to School"day
Jones of Starke announce the birthof The chicken dinner will be served Nevada in April 1963. at Pine Level, which emphasizes .BACK FOR SPECIALS.
a daughter, Danielle Maine born Sunday Aug. 26, from noon until 4 He will also present the scientific that every member be present __
Aug. 2 in Alachua General Hospital. p.m. ,In the Bradford High findings of the research to other for Sunday School this Sunday.
She Joins a sister, Tiffanl Annette. cafetorium. Kiwanians are selling scientists attending the conference. During the Bible Study hour, every STYLES DY ": -..
,,j. Maternal grandparents are Mr. adult tickets for $3 each. Availableat Bill recently returned from the National department,at their scheduled time,
and Mrs. Jack Upchurch of Mac- the door will be tickets for Institute on Dental Researchin will march Into the main auditoriumto GWENDOLYNN.W. J
clenny. Maternal great grandfatheris children aged 5-11 for $1.50. There Bethesda Maryland, where he be presented to the auditorium L
J.W.. Upchurch, also of Macclen- will be no charge for children under represented his dental school at the class of adults. All department 15th Street Lawtey '' 1
5 of age. research conference. workers will be introduced and all 8
ny.Paternal grandparents are Mr. years Tickets will be on sale at the Bill is a 1973 graduate of Bradford the children will sing. A special gift
and Mrs. Robert A. Jones of Starke. Chamber of Commerce Denmark High School and will graduate from will be given to every boy and girUsa 1/ Call 782-3GGG !
Paternal great grandparents are Furniture, and the Bradford County the University of Missouri Dental remembrance of this special day. I
Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Jones of Telegraph, as well as any Kiwanian. School in April 19113. ,
Teel City, Ind. ,


Junior Woman's Club

Honors New MembersThe

Junior Woman's Club of Our Produce

Starke held a coffee for prospective
members on Saturday, Aug. 18, at
the First United Methodist Church ,

Fellowship Mrs. Shan Hall.Johns,president of the Is The :

", Junior Woman's Club, explained to HighestQuality \ ',
the 30 invited guests the services and ,t. ,,
functions of the Junior Club. '
Mrs. Lynn Longworth, District 4 "
Junior Director, was there for the Available
'.:, occasion.

Scout Troop 518 ""
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Recruiting MembersScout L-- ; ..

Troop 518 is in the process of .. / / ? U.S.D.A. GRADE A

being re-activated. An overnight ;:....<1//. .
was held this past l
camp-out "
weekend at Camp Shands with 14 Boneless FULL CUT ,\ \y\t \\

people The participating.troop is opened to new Round Steak .
membership,and invite all boys between '. i,
the ages of 12 and 18 to Join. \
The meetings will be held every ( t \ \ \\Z\ \\\\ % \
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Thursday at 7 p.m. at 1404 \\
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i., Christ of Latter Day Saints chapel. \ \1\ \ \ \ \ \\ 3 LB.A''PKG.
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t Miss Tina Brown and Billy Great 3 !

tMcRae; whose marriage will be an 99
4.. event of Sept. 22, were complimented Ground 3 5LBAVQ.TO

at a surprise bridal BEEF PATT1E MIX .PKQ. '
f' shower Sunday evening given by the \\ \\k LIMIT PKGS. WITH A
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Methodist Church. \
The choir with wives and
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TOP QUALITY FRESH MEATY

I I' at husbands the home held of a Mr.covered and dish Mrs.supper Drew Country Style $119 11 11 1111 ;. ; .

Reddish on Debra Street in Green F '% ';
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.'t'r Acres supper where" the shower followed the Pork Ribs AVG.PKa LB 111 11\11i I tl 1 + r

Choir practice was held after the
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Among the'4l)-" tending were Mr. US DA TOP CHOICE r +, ,
0'" and Mrs. Millard Brown, parents'of" -fFAMftrJaiu
if/? the honoree. Deei SIZE PKa I 1 ,f rtt+I'

;";fi. Ministerial Alliance Cube Steaks LO 111i11111 /,, ;t7fi1li

To Meet Saturday
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ft'{: Saturday,August 25a t 6 p.m.for all Bacon
\ ministers and pastors In Bradford Sliced LB JL 111 \ 11r''N- ,,, .
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7. County. We need your cooperation.The ,
meeting will be held at the
New Bethel Baptist Church, corner
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I tiiRev.\ A.J. Simmons, pastor. DELI/BAKERY ..
f' Rev.Simmons asks please that all
A ministers and pastors make an extra
effort to be present and supportive. '"
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/' St. Edward's News GroundRound OrangeJuice '' Claussen'sREFRIGCRATED RoastBeef

't RENEW Team Meetsh :: s
The St. Edward's RENEW Coor- Pickles '
4, ''Js l dinating Team met in the parish hall
,t'A:if* Tuesday evening Aug. 14. William WHOLE,,HALF OR BREAO N'BUTTER HALF POUND '
Marchese, Parish Coordinator, conducted -' );
ti. the meeting. HALF' $159
t:,' Reports 'were given by Team FAMILY $199" GALIAN' b
; members of progress of plans for SIZE CARTON PER $139 $199'+:
'A. implementation.of the RENEW pro: PKQ. JAR ,
.'' gram. LEMONADE OR FRUIT PUNCH ?. *. 99' fr,
:/1' Team members will attend a w'. +
.>: RENEW meeting at the St. US.DATOP CHOICE SUCEOSMOLBIBnte. ;' BIO EIGHT MEAT OR EEP t,
", f Augustine Student Center in Rump Roast Ls2.69, OrglBrl6aaasITNwo t I La! lOW IN CHOLESTEROL >
2.39 Gwaltne3 8 1 ..59SONNYLAND
PKQ PRANKS PKO
i $jv\ Gainesville on Sept. 5. At that time TABLE!TREAT PANTRY PRIDE-/ .' Turkey Ham . HAt: .99 ,I,
the National RENEW staff EXCELLENT FOR OUICX MEALS Mff TO HERE-NEW-LOUtSlANA,/ t9UCEO
'il $pread1.09
", .f members. Msgr. Thomas Klelssleri Steak Umms .','14OZ2'S9 oil Sliced Bologna' 1.19 HOTtSPICV ::'
i 0 and Eileen Dumsha,will address the SNOLES
AMERICAN HORMEL'SPepperoni ,
1 Fried
, I! Gainesville Deanery Teams. FAMILY SOX PKa US.OA.TOP Cheese Pride 1.29 Chicken 5.99. .
dl rt/'P'A}' St, Edward's Parish Sign-up Sunday CHOICE BNLS K.C.STEAKS Oft 5 1.59 FRESH BAKED1 I \\n

: *:". Is set for Sept. 16 in the parish Sandwich' steaks, ,'u2.99, SHARP MtXSHARPCRACKER BARREL: CHCOOAtf HAMCHICKENCHEOOAR PIMIENTOSalads 7.oz Kaiser I Rolls ,. 1211.19
ig hall. Prayer Committment Sunday 100z IMRS.KINSERSCUPS '..99LVKES LvaRroNESFAYORrra '
r PANTRY / Kra e&Sa 1.9 9
C i PKQ..
,,i SSh will take place on Sept. 23. Patties HEPyS "Ana .La1.39'NATURAL, SPICED LUNCHEON OR COCONLff DELIGHT
I&. AEaoMm LaferCake. . 2.99
Religion Class .oz Sliced Salami ..J-l1.79''
4 Axelrod .39
SBp Registration Sunday cuP 'IN1'HESERVICED. U.BAKERYSTORESONLY,
,. : ''V Registration for children from RBHElQNHHBBBMH
Y ;, pre-kindergarten through the 12th Ii & -
'rw ''r: grades wIII be held at St. Edward's HEALTH i J BEER
il I( on Sunday,Aug. 26,at the 10:00 a.m. BAKERY SSSs S FROZEN _
! N BEAUTY AIDS _
IV Mass.Parents will be shown the film ; WINE
1. ,strip"All In The Family"; Religion .' J _
r'1 ,i classes will begin on Sept. 9.il .___

t:! PANtflY-PRIDE, Morton
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Pine Level TeensY Buttermilk Old

, i ,Enjoy Week ; or Pullman Family 'Meals MilwaukeeBeer' "
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SLICED
BEEP PATTY ,
":* < *,. At Rice_.Ranch 24 COUNT' ,Bread24O21 WITH MUSHROOM Off SAUSBURy, STEAK
32-O2 FROZEN ,
I _' Ir. Last Saturday morning, a tired ,LOAVES,, REGULAR oR L1aHr$199V
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'I; 1 5t but happy group of teenagers returned '
, home after a full week of fun and $ 79 ;
i, i Christian fellowship at the Bill Rice ,
I" R..u h In Miirfreesboro, Tenn. 2/l I V $17a
t, I' h young people' from Pine Level
Includede c YTim Gulicll:. 14tlZ IrAN
; Keith LJnzy, Moody, Derek < '
Alvarez, Christi! Ipock. Lanette PANTRY PRtoe REO.' OR MINTToothfMMte i CPJSHN.TASTV,COM8IK1ATIONJeOO : .
011 P'PUIOf! : Starllll&Connie 7JO MI,
1I I Moody,Jeff PANTRY ,402
Moody ltoi.M f'RIQE '
, S Amanda MeJton; Stefanie Alvarez ;: .Plua., "FROZEN A.91, Sangria $ 4'
I' Kim Whittemore,Donna LaFollette' 7.02IJlTRAHot.OHAJ\PR! YfIt VEAL PARMIO/AN CHIGiER; 9+LLISeUPY ..
, f John Hutchim, Jonnie Melton! 111.QZ EXTRA IOOY Bar-B-Qa., SPLAY OR MEAT,lOAf "Wine ..

1 Ronald Davis,Rhonda Alvare.San: Con.fr 6,. .."r. .. "J',.... ..' ,Morton' _T MJMf*, tNidtEN Teat t,_,
..;.II .dy D MlJ ng Lisa Moody Kevin LIDI ie42 'TIJftvAHl.l!.. 1IIIOWM.1ER\jC\ 'Y PLOfWMQOlO ,..'-.6..:. I .,

I t /tN z;' &/'fy.'temore,/Wendy, Darrell Duckling.! McRad Michael-Whit-Kim c.u-'.. attllrt' fIOWOMoj.. ,5.9t ,F'r'8I1Ott, -' ,.t1'; o '.-.90Be ,, ..dotr :t 12.0+",,1.tA'V"':'-'- .' jlrrEA' "
( VBosler, 0., MonHdt. ALO[ : .. I CANAIIIIW CMUD4TA '
'' Billy Whittemore, and Rob OR IQZ: CIA ir -5 $
: .L ,sapp.. I."I" 'HU.02 ,..N bo PtovMl IWng 1.19,i Jwro'Iwz:., IP ..88i / ?+ PlNIt:: oV o : "5--

jvjWMiAcult sponsors who accompanied : : 'I :
"':.1 the young people were Mr,and Mrs. <1'1 s. ,' ',' T' .
Harry ,Melton, Mrs: Larry Whit '"'fl''STARKE. ., .; 430. WEST MADISON STREET ,, ,
temore and. Pastor and.Mrs. Rom.nAlvarez. I"' ,o/!/, .. :f w', ', ', ; "q+ ;,t
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O 1U 4 Due to a greatly increased work1 Aug. 30, edition of The Telegraph, w
fQ\ul"' "'''S, load In"our ad department this by your meeting this deadline.
BROWN SUGARriday political season The Bradford County Bring your ad to The Telegraph office
.. .' 'Telegraph has set its political ad on Call Street In Starke by $:30
deadline Up. to Monday, Aug. 27 at p.m., Monday Aug. 27.;' V ,
I OUTFIT Night:. 'srsop.jmr:' ) We thank you for your cooperation
The' onfy way we can guaranteethat ancj apologize for any inconveniencethis .
theWhole LADIES NIGHT ', '. :'.: \ ,: your ad will be in the Thursday has caused. '
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Family First, drink, FREE. to all 'escorted ladles :: .

i. with these Hampton Hilites I

GOING OUT OF Also Bar-B-Due ... .. .. .
\ oy Dolores MengSTVD'0 Honored at a birthday dinner in ner
US1NESS PRICES phone 468-115 honor last Sunday at the Starke

,I 38,, ,, Lawtey US 301 I Birthday'Celebrations.. Econo Among lodge' those< visiting Aunt Belle

Mrs. Belle Brown, whose 95th birthday over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs.
.- ..-,- occured on Aug. 21, was Gordon Weest of Miami Frank and
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I' ,' '.' I" Steven Brown of Winter Haven; Mr.
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I it" )' ::.ItI ; and Mrs. Billy Weest and of
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,""; 'i.: Griffin, Ga. and Mrs. Sue Brannen of
1'{ '" : Bedford Lake.
I ". Jo.'iIt.." \ ,''", ,On Thursday', Aug 16, Mrs.. Belle
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR YOU 'GET "T. Brown was honored when the Ladies
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v Council of the Hampton Christian

BIGGER FRESHER FRUITS AND ." ',,,fi"! ''. Church served refreshments of ice
cream birthday cake and punch as

VEGETABLES OUR PRODUCE IS .' a birthday Mr and celebration.Mrs Francis Meng

celebrated David Meng's Aug. 20
LOOSE SO YOU PICK & CHOOSE birthday with a family reunion and
dinner on Sunday.
ONLY THE ONES YOU WANT." Mr and Mrs. Paul Meng Mrs. ;
Sallyo Scoggins, April and Erik,
spent the weekend in St. Petersburg.
There they visited Mr.,and Mrs. Bill
Meng Dana and Michael.They wereJoined
by Phyllis McClure and sons,
t Kasey and Ryan, of Tampa.Theyalso
F enjoyed the visit of Mrs. Beverly -
f u Wanner and Jeffrey of Orlando.
NM CROP NOfmiEfINu.s. IrJ' ,,. il (

NO. 1 )) r ',.i:: Fresh Condolences...
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White yap v wti 1'' !L : W )'! !, i i ly Sandpfritends extended of Anton Za refami-
died on Aug. 15. .
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dt : George and Nancy Rozborb of
New York from
spent Thursday to
Potatoes Sunday with their mother Mrs.. Anton
Gt
Zacek.

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: POUNb!' Political,Rally.Set.. ..

i r 4 rGV W.Ir On Sept, at 6 p.m. members of
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10 J 'community are. to a
$1,49 political rally to be held atHampton the
'I Hampton firehouse. City
LB BAG >> candidates for office will al have an
hllfl + s.. California 49 opportunity to address the public at
I'I JJ < : this rally when a chicken and .rice
0 P M Red Plums POUNO dinner will be served.


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&JHeIL Peppers personnel reported to the school for
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iVb ar; ..a Thursday, Aug. 23, for kindergarten
h ite through 7th grades.
vas a 69 School will begin at 8:20. a.m., and

. u ur ac :SeedIessTGrapesCello ro'' RiwP D close Good at, hot 3:05 lunches p.m. will be availablein

the school cafeteria for 60 cents
Extra milk will be sold! for 20 cents.
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.. "t. Elizabeth Walker
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There will be ,
N Political
PRICES AND COUPONS EFFECTIVE'
:Brawny Awareness meeting at ,the RJE
THURS., AUG. 23 THRU WED., AUG. 29, 1984. Gymnasium Aug.
tonight, 23, at 7:30:
WE. REDEEM FEDERAL: FOOD STAMPS. Towels '. ; P.M. Objective ,is to give citizens
within the
Lr-L IAPERK r' 'ASSORTED OR DESIGNER community the privilegeto
.',i ':' NRAf : meet the political candidates up
i close
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., .,; ::; ; e':.,,' 59 \. ', meeting will be as follows:
'. o ''sa. FT : .:.:: 1. Candidates and citizens infor
i e LIMIT WITH A S750! OR MORE FOOD ORDER '.!::,e !.' mal meeting. '
0 < -- : 2. Candidates'will present a brief
: ;: synopsis of_their views. '
: '" 3. Open question and; answer
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o Kraft I
89 period.
pgdutctllf :, 1/
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Mustard' 2M>Z 4. Remarks and refreshments. <
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h '1'", the N.A.A.C.P. encourages all i'\
\ tow.aM .o .1. .... :.1j ;. citizens to' come out and .' be i
;' K 1,1' SHENANDOAH enlightened and become part of the F
,:: $119 political process.
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r,. ,:.". ," ::U'. i' : ': ':'. Church: The fourth and last quarterly !
'" / CHAMP :' ; conference for' this conference
." 'if.I. year will be held Sunday, Aug: 26'at. ',,
,. ,.... ,. ($369" '.
11 a.m. All members are asked to
_"""".. ,'; I" '... Ration J.BS 25'prJ. cooperate. .,'

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SaladOllves. .,..." \\1" 'srOt.m CREEK cncxEowHFAT,
.. Franks HEARTY RYE SOUROOUQH, \ .. and all elementary schools dM.
;. :. VAN Pcl'kN'.n.\3 CAMPS ; 1..18'. '' : 'Keebler.ck .... 'iT ;;;.v:99 ?:' i PANTRY PfllDE. :' .' 'ti'p'(,. 'tl ,.Auinl, peaches IT: Chicken cornbraad Rice milk.cheta,, .tlx, i
"" turnip greens
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,) \." .QlacFarlVati'r S1'a '82 1 .OO ,FLAVORS OR__at. curesFk4ke' : aozPKUan ,, 69'" ."... beana,cabbage slaw, run cup, milk.
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; ; : Lunch..*'. H .;:(>- ;.' .It.. '.59, 's,'0 6'9' '" : f wr'y'y'_)i>0 .: i,: !,' DIpJzIPSJ... \ :. : t tt. .dQoI.tuea w/fruit. hot,roils buttered,milk.Tkmday.AUguM,MI: grata.Cuban-pea..aandwlch\* carrola,', buttered. Jello

;.,. ., TOSTAOOSrlOUOM.PafiohuVHtaTeco.. TWO I' ftefca'SUGAR I'OQI 1.59 '; ( s 14StI. Corn, appleaauce,chocolate e.ker milk. ; "
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Ji. CLEANER ". Set Your WithElegant "
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Flaatvvare'WU4 ,larnbrwKl buiuncotch i
turnip lPWfUI.\peAclft" h J .l lwuaris
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" \G' PANr/tY.... .,. ,, Mrs-UP: i .:rZ. : Hires Root Beer bane,cabbage flaw. (run cup coofcta, milk.Wrdimday ,; \
\ tl Hamburger .mashed -
Mgeel : gravy
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Political Affair at Whitehead Farm..... '
of the Progress
meeting Downtown to fund the revitalization project.
About 500 persons<< braved the rainy skies In Union County to at- > r Committee is set tonight Miller says attorney Terry Brown
tend the outdoor festivities at the Sheriff John Whitehead farm, off (Thursday, Aug. 23) at 8 p.m. at the and Florida National Bank Presi-
SU-IOO between Lake Butler and Starke, Monday evening In honor of Chamber of Commerce at Madison dent J.E. Tomlinson are determin
. U.S. Congressman Don Fuqua. and Walnut Streets In Starke. ing what Is.necessary to establish.
I? Award to the retiring Sheriff John Whitehead for his voluntary community downtown Starke, a special tax Kissimmee used a tax district on
service and work with the Sheriff's Association and Boys' district to pay for the revitalization the books since the 1920's to fund it's I
Ranch. Fuqua said Whitehead was one of three award winners In project,and retaining an engineer to revitalization. Eustis charged its ,
Florida this year lie said Whitehead not only does his Job In a pro draw plans will be the, major topicsof merchants on a front foot basis.
fessional manner but also helps people without trying to hog the discussion. Jim Robinson of Harland Bar-
limelight for publicity. John Miller chairman of the DPC, tholomew &, Associates Inc. of
I has suggested a special tax district Jacksonville, a civil engineer who
'( made up of downtown merchants headed up the redevelopment of the
could be,the key to float a bond issue historic San Marco shopping centerin
[
( ( Jacksonville, gave a preliminary ''I li
estimate of$265,000 for the proposed,
,. Starke renovations at an Aug. 9
meeting. The DPC learned !about
AMERICAS\ FAMILY DRUG SPORE Robinson's work through the
., Department of Transportation.

T The subject


Comm. Plans



jjj ) is savings Work Session i


A'2-3 hour budget work session is 1.
set Monday night,Aug.rr,at 8 p.m.
by Bradford County commissionersin II I

16I6 I' the county courthouse.
1 Commissioners have been looking i:
at the budget, with some $325,000 I
BRUT 33ANTIPERSPIRANT 7D-PACIWIREIDOUND CRAYOLA ,still to be trimmed from the budget I
50 MilliON NOTEBOOK CRAYONS requests, at home. Commissioners y t
Or DEODORANT MCKOP1S' were urged by CPA Pat Farnsworth ./ i i
3/.100 to study the budget,and come to the (. I :
STICK Sge J Aug. 27 meeting with pencils '
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Panama of the old Canal Zone, and"" ;
of the canal itself by the year 2000.Ii I
The treaties call for Fort Gulick to
be turned over to Panama on Oct. 1.
If closed,it will be the first of 14 U.S. ,
military installations in the Canal '
Zone to be phased out. According to i'
the treaties, "unless the two cpunI I I
tries otherwise agree" by Oct. 1,the !
S2I U.S. will lose its authority to train i

r i Latin American. military personnel": :y' .,
at the school.
la} I According to the Department of !
PLANTERS al Army officials here last week, the :
school will average approximately I
PEPSODENT DRY ROASTED 300 students on a year-round basis, '
Or
JOY or PALMOLIVE and will be staffed by about 250 full-
PEANUTS
COLGATE CRYSTAL DISTILLED CAMAY Of SAFEGUARD time personnel for daily support of ,
PEPSODENT TOOTHBRUSHES WATER or s-or.B.2S-OK.sjn.no UNSALTSDMgt. BATH SOAP DISH DETERGENT operations. At present, half of the. ;
M-Ol Ma.sa YOU CHOtCI
TOOTHPASTE VOURCHOKI 1-CM. .to i M nun CNOKI a-o:.a.s.a acs students are cadets' from El : I

C 9 09 Salvador their government's being trained war for against combat let4 in ": '

33OLF F/ 8 59 1 2L87c tilt guerillas. '
Fort Gulick will be turned over to I
while I Limit 2 whilequantities limit 2 while the/Panamanian Defense Forces j junder
I '. + MIm. 2 t last j, 'jmaritJtles last a decree issued July 31 byl
WLlm.II. r"I j.'W President Jorge'IHueea'whiacc03-rnU' '
.. ed the U.S. of violating treaties by '''
raising salaries of Americans ;,0.
SILKIENCE REVLON ALO SUN GLADE ITALIAN SLAT CHAIR employed by the Panama Canal. II- "
HAIR FLEX APPEAL FASHIONTAN SPIN-FRESH or SPRING CHAIR SHOP lueca said he would refuse permis-
SPRAY LASH LOVING AIR FRESHENER BH gg VOOR CHOICI sion for the U.S. Military to continue
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ANYONE'S the school.
7-01.AllIIOSOL MASCARA -. 5e5.1.45 operating .,
At the time Blanding was being'..::

I' 177 TRIAL-SB.,., .FNtApp.N,.. 499 gge ..AD AT considered for the school last year it j jfj.:
that of
was reported Department (&
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Limit 1 97: limit tJ.l MM ECKERD Army had set aside $50 million for j,
setting the operation in the U.S.It
7 up Js
;; we meet all locally school draws
I. I'IL ATTIRTANS-OZ. was said that the Army
I Limit 2 ......._. 4.99POND'S t;: L, 11 advertised prices., men from the best Latin-American
:z: "' military families for advanced
REVLON ",.. I = on Identical training.Crosley.. .

RUBBERMAID* MR MEAT merchandise.. ,
CREAM ft PONfn NATURAL WONDER -

N or ACTION FEMINIQUE VANITY SMOKERCHARCOALWATER Bring in current .''''

CREAMCOLLAGE ft MASCARAwitii r DISPOSABLE WASTEBASKET ads & seel ... ';l
COCOA BUTrER.Witt. !run IYIMAKIUPRIMOVM SMOKER

,, r LOTION TWIN DOUCHE1111'PACK t112H2 GRILL From Page IA :! .'
.9TVPM #471-4 ENTIRE STOCK OF
8-011.2CltOlC' 149 "it 1'99 aw.4aa GARDEN Royce of'trailer and ere built and'1"
designed for many of the nation's!}**
3488 GLOVES largest corporations. Crosley Is also
Limit I Limit 2 Tow lawt I / under contract with the U-Haul Corporation
LUSTRASILK .IUSH SIT- 2.49 o /0 wRIGHT to supply trailers for

ON : RUBBERMAID 'Hitch World,"a division of U-Haul,
p2; INSTANTMOISTURIZING ROUGHNECK9 .F F as advertised in Popular Mechanic:
"" I and other magazines. Crosley also:::;
PERMA SOFT ASSORTED 50 or 5ZCALLON'can: supplies trr'lers to customers such..
SHAMPOO orCONDITIONER CONDITIONER BRACK'SCANDY TRAM as Clark Lift Compnay whiclJmanufact1lres' >''
LUNCH '
METAL the famous Bobcat
".57 <... TOTE ""
Mfl 79 Skid Steer Loaders
-OZ.3TYPU ""' :22-TINE: !
0 400, ... ..
:2 FOR/ .15. Kirby Crosley is widely known for,\
'. LEAF his skill in trailer design,and he has :
r. 100 OFF 999 RAKE designed unique trailers of unusual I
for As example
llmit2 design special uses.
.' Limit I :...... I
"' is the trailer now used by Bell ,
DARK 'N LOVELY i f/fljt( Telephone Corporation that consistsof
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PERMANENT 1 199 a built-in fuel'tank with a
: CREME RELAXER generator mounted on top. Another :\| 4 I
99 Limit 2 HERSHEY'S ENTIRE STOCK OF of Kirby's designs is the "people' r rhauler"
BURCISS
2-GALLON
the State of Florida .
TWIZZLERS GOODY for ,
FLAVORS ..... _" YARD & GARDEN made to run in tandem and put to', '
': HYDROGEN 18-0Z..*..1.1. HAIRBRUSHES 1 TANK such uses as hauling people to float;
PEROXIDE I SPRAYER down the Ichetucknee. River back to*'
s-oz. 7geLimit ,their cars. f 1
25% I Countless'pictureS of these many :
c COTTSO-OT' 9
r 3 to COOLER CHEST different types of trailers are kept in I
the office of Crosley Manufacturing !
: limit 2 WARNINGPOUOWDHMCnOHSCAMPUUY- 2"-- Ra9.24.a. Corporation on US-301 south of
i 1999
TO AVOID POSttltU INJURY Starke, and the public is'Invited.to
stop in and view them ,_ i ,
The franchise operation Is to be :

:expanded nationwide within the next ,I
.. v two years;with a home office being
;
'".I,. .y" a ;: I constructed, along US-301 three ; .
miles south of the manufacturing

'. plant. This will be completely com-4
; puterized and tied in with the network ..*. (
..' '' of Crosley trailer, manufao, V
,.... ,, fI
11 turers.
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( r4,(.::'" TROPICAL BLEND = = : q all high,school and middle school h 1,
.I\., ." I students(UiU Saturday'nigbt.',Aug. j
; 'PINA COLADA FLEET. 24. at,**>e".Starke!, ..Golf and Country
or OIL ASCRIPTIN ,DI5P r. NTIRf STOCK OP NTIRff STOCK OfMIN'SftLAIMIS .
MYLANTA :' The: '
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schOit;
'TABLETS fiance: ,for' middle (
8-01. 4.Is NONOMSCNSEPANTYHOSE.. .
\.:. 1 OOTf11e0' :' ACID! ',ENEMA :.'l.': 'studMtd Is from 8-10 p.m.;and forwf J
1''LOTION/ ;{'' ;i\199\ S SHOES high school students 10 p.m.to mid-iJ
2 1'n' 66' n&Admkwton: Is sa par peraon?
r;' : .: S -25OFF :20,% OFF' .COM Sponsor drinks of will,MM be danoe 2ft cents Is. the eacM.youth, 7

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Methodist Church of Starke; Adults ..
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I' Local Golf Pro Bill Adam won his Clack was leading going Into the
." second consectutive $15,000 Northern last hole, also the '18th at Oak
Chapter PGA Open, almost In Bridge, but drove a ball out of
,'Adams' 1'akes.P..a: the same fashion that he won it last bounds on! the 425-yard, par-4 hole.
tice, Swing... year; He ended up with an eight, pushing
Bill Admns,'second? time winner of the Norther Chapter PGA Open ti.r, Nei'r.r. Adams who does most of his' bff Adams into the winner's slot. ..'
takes.n practice,swing while getting ready for a practice round at the M? the road practicing' at the Starke Adams bogeyed the hole' for the
Starke. lutlf and Country Club+ .; aYMS F' e n-, ". Golf and Country Club, took the tour. 38-hole total of 136, two strokes better
d..111\11 i who lives at Kingsley Lake does most of his off season practic. .,'' nament in the final round against the than Hyde Park's Billy Maxwell
.iing at the club' in Starke'i: : t, ,' :, previous leader:' Maypurt's Alan Steve Wagh and Mark Gurnow
Clack, Gurnow,after making a birdie on
"' :. .'. the first hole yesterday, became too

aggressive on the next two greens,
', ",.; ,1 three putting holes two and three
after missing his first putt on first
tries each time.
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";" ";: AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE Ws $1,500. while Maxwell Waugh
and Grunow collected $1,000, each
Zri1 I: Fifth place finisher Robert Harris of
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r f. 4- Ponte Vedra shot71.68.139.V: _
I i : E i ,N .- 1 Adams next intentions are to play
\ In the Club Pro Series in the upconv-:;,;
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Ing he plans to go back to the tournament <
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Starke Fun'Run ;"
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, The Sixth Annual Fun Run haaU,
: '( l'II been set to coincide with Community i;
Appreciation Day again this year. ;;r
Date for the run sponsored by the '>
.WEBSTER'S SP8NDEXDICTIONARY PAPER'MATE 9S'
; TEXAS INSTRUMENTS THERMOS Bradford County Telegraph and thef;-!

LCD. CALCULATOR, BOTTLE ; BILL Community Bank of Starke is set for.?',
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I tN '-PlNT 9 POI ITT Saturday;; September 8. -)'
[ Rq. 11'222112I W Benefits from the run will go to the;,
544 j I.........' i PENS'AO' In I Citizens Bradford: Association} for Retarded-"}'<

, '3MI The first race, the 10,000 meted';i
I (EEBLER.COOKIES ul racer Is set for 8:30: a.m. at the Community -- yi;
'' onertig
'Bank. Afterwards the
Re9.t.19 CAPRI SUN DRINKS
mile Fun Run Will be held. T-shirta V
i YOUR CNOICR ;
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, 1 FLAVORS o.1,* will go to all finishers from. both-. .,
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or Chipsles.Imlt2 Rw 2." 'TNERHDS races. I Llmltlirassnoppers 03 Trophies will go to first place .
finishers in the 12 age groups.There
5 will also be trophies presented to the'
first place male and female winnersover
: all in both races'', .
4is.L Second and third place prizes will
, also be presented in all age groups,
!, There will also be trophies given to
I .. the oldest and youngest runners.
: :" Activities for the Community Ap-
preciation Day following the race in.
! V dude: Bluegrass Band, free ham-
, V burgers and Cokes. National Guard
! equipment display, petting zoo for
children, clogging exhibition and
, 3 SHARP or BLUNTSCISSORS much more, ALL FREE.Preregistration 'V .
I or cost Is$4.50 and
: registration: ,on the-day:of.the race
HOE or CHEER ; ELMER'S 5 ; .
1 .. ? will be $5.00 ". ,
I LAUNDRYDETERGENT RID-A-BUG LOOSELEAF GLUE-AU. Registration forms can be'pckedlip )

FLEA and ROACH l BIG DISPOSABLE, ZIPPERED i' .CARDBOARD V VOUKCMOICI at the following locations:Chub's '
VVf' Fow Sports Center Bradford County
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:aa ,>s s.ex. PACItbF! Sunshin commWln"pand
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Elitabeth Terr*
,TATUNG;, SUN by
'. PRO { POLAR010INCRAHAM phase 782-3300 .
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10" X17"'CAST IRON' 312'1360 600 LMS ,,
ASTRA 1200-WATT \
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FLO-TROLL f ROTATOR FAN INSTANT Church, ;
CLOCK.GOURMET EASY STYLER
ALARM ,
BAIT' fil CAMERA Grace United Methodist Church '
BUCKET. Re9*4fJ-cI04'1.99' \ HIBACHI 4H1017CP9a. '.Yr DRYER NO I.ra,17 J9.99 ........., .. had their\ Vacation Bible School at. l 1

....1... i .9.09 Rao, s.N; the church Aug: 1317. It was a success -
,488 32" 32"VIP Mrs. Bethna:Estes. was*the ',

4 .. superintendent. ;

.g Adjustable / lID. ..... Personals... I,;
twin grids. We are real happy to report thanMrs :
\ '" Nellie Wilkinson was able to ''I
it'll, 'come home' Aug. 11 from North, '
KEYTRONICSCORDLESS Florida Regional Hospital I
SERG1iANTS -I I J"J! Gainesville. Our prayers are with I
KIP.FLEA LCD ,.. 1\ .. her. ;> f''
STICK-ON TELEPHONE Mrs. Harold Starling ,and her,
SHAMPOO CLOCK .' ,.. ....' grandson, Matthew Pringle.went to
n-oz. Suryta1i' Reg.299' 59s8 : )' ii' OtJAACiE'L-L Auburndale on business and spent a \
Reg.2.7. r., :. '''week at her home there.:They at..
199 i 199. 'Males or receive tended services at Lena'Vista Baptist

; ,, calls within ,Church- there on Sunday. They
"" 700 feet. came home on Thursday. ? ,
,r s Mrs. Gertie' Eunice visited her .
REGAL AUTOMATIC r JIV .iSERCEANT'S' daughter, Mrs. Connie Mosley, and
,POLY PERKCOFFEEMAKER, CARRITY 717'I V V daughter, Tammy Eunice, in Mid-
3TW1N and her sister, Mrs. Pansy
FLEA & TICK' HI-WAY dleburg
1". '. =.. .Knight of Maxvl'le, on Saturday.
FLARE: .neoa.
DIP .". ,111508 SAFETY Mr. and Mrs. .Wendell, Kelly of
I
.Reo.3.69 fI': i I ReO.12.N rLJ ,FLASHLIGHT '" 12" GALAXY 1 Lake Worth spent last weekend with +I: ;

t RM.XM -c OSCILLATING FAN DURACELLi' their parents,.Mr.'and Mrs. Hermie
269 1 099. '
1 Servtl3/1t's/ folspeSAew.ti 5-SP..o jam-"...a7.w "AA" BATTERIES Kelly.While here,all of them attended ,
Brews 4 ,, 4a ftlI "I? .... PIVOTING HEAD RAZORS !22,99 sale Price, PACK Of 3 Mrs. Mabel Wainwright's 90th I ,
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to 8 cups MCR of s 139....,,1.H birthday, on' Saturday at .Kingsley!
I, compare to "5?00 Mall.fn, Rebate''Swivel Lake. ;i i" I II!
I L-1 .VOLT.ATftRlIS
Mrs. Harold Starling'sdaughter
, V. Imit 2 packs 17.99: 'Your Final Cost FacRor 2r ______________ $..9'f' Mr. and,'< Mrs. Mary Springer> of, .1 i 1:

Auburndale, came Sunday, Aug.'12. ',
r to get nephew Matthew Pringle andhe )
. .. returned home with her *>'

: ,ENTIRE STOCK..OF= .. 'tT'" _t w.rNn owes. wr acs Mrs. Jtonnie McClellan and son, ,
, wu MVBUW .ew. Paul,'of Vidalia, Ga,spent Wednesday : "
,FISHING MUST irau.or HIM miA
I I "' HWIMUM f.M VM.IMIKORDITE night with her In-laws; Mr and, .'
I.r r I .. I 'I RODS _"r: Mrs.>Les McClellan. <
i : -1"....Gladys Thompson of Kissimmeet -
'_ her daughter' and son-in-law,
i. e e %
I Mr. and Mrs.Johnny Rocker of Cler- ,
IIIPII': > .I : mont'on' their way home from North
Carolina visited Mrs. Thompson's :
: ..aD IJ.. F fi :sister; Mrs: Flossie Rosier;on Mon .j{ ,
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L nosn O"Y" I ioieuMleuus Henry'Hodges and daughter Sarah 'I
I attended the stock car races at Columbia '.J

KEYSTONs Speedway, Lake City,. pn
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'. :! GALAXY 20" FLOOR .' '
I j.tti\ t. .. H POCKET Saturday. night. J 1
BAGS rn ... ..:.. :
.. TRASH the
/ r.' '. T OX FAN 'Mr:and Mrs.Ralph Wise spent
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( DAMP ,RIDDfiHUMIDIFlER, "OIC i !. :, SpIWFAlFt, 10AeT17Reo.17.91, .CAMERA weekend at Daytona Beach.. .' ii"
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aatr ; ,
r.aROFeoxs -*' CR,1ifT 1fRT .L 4 .tI Joe Harris has ,returned home
I : trwxA:;'rou R c6Ko 22.99 sale pn e 99 from a 5Mi-month 'tour of duty in
13-oat.Mg.1.99 .XQOI"7 V Iceland. Family and friends were: .1
! V :8S8VVV.I. ; ,' I". '. :';1 V happy to''bee him home. "j,,
t 'OOVV 299. V : r '' The Walker:family'had A'family
18.at.the Lester ;
1 .99toit YearWarrantY.r get-together Aug.
Keystone-
.lmlt2paCkS 1
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i, ."_. ' '.: ; OPWI PAN.Y 9 tO L; SMNBAYMHNMtVi 9 ty.i.fate.prteps! g.+o4. :.thru. Sat,.Awfl.,25th. 'Mr Mrs.:! and Lovie'Mrs, Cruce, Ronnie and;son Cruce, Wiley and'sons :.)?t I!
'" THE RIGHT :TO.LIMIT OUAMTITIBS..: Carson and Alan,-Mrs.Mnadaughler3rJennifer I,
LOOK.CHOECKERD'S 1
FOR I .A JOOD, .. Rhoden and and 'i
*( ; 'I*" ':o : 'Amy'of Nahunta, Ga.- Mrs1. Louise, ..' h
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Bradford. Sq. Shopftefl';. Ater' ; : .: r Mr and 'Mrs. Jack.' Williams jmd ;.'0\, t i

est .:.::: daughter! ; Leslie Mrov,Kenny. :! I
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FOR: :KODAK' ; .! Williams and Lisa.'.Mtand; .... : ;I 11
,- '' Charge Id l : "r: ':: : Dempsey Walke.'and';Mike> :t
,Q"U'ALITY! J .,y;;;'R.- \' 1'V't&;,.:..Jr -. Keith and Jason, Destry,Walker,of ;<1 '
Jacksonville and tutee Wise;:of I
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wr" tzJ'/' tv, ,i" : \Mr', of the party, ,Eight ofthe 1 '>
i visited Mrs. Catherine' St.htl\n\ -( ,';,VS. 6

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: BHS Grid Practice Staffs,;:Brents Niklit Set r.r.lf '( .:, ,' ; ', ;\'.. "', yt

H ds'Brlefs
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I ';{,; x ten off to a good start with the best
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in the last
I > ; : first four days of practice
:' 'f' several years, according to Head Men's Flag Football Possible....

,( ''i ,I Football Coach have David turned Hurse.out for the Response to the Starke Recreation Department as to the,interest' of
( 33 players men to football could decide wether the will
varsity squad during the first four wanting play flag program
t run or not.Anyone .
days of fall practice.all will interested in men's flag football for church league or open
.' This night players
: Friday annual Parents league are urged to call the Recreation Department at 964-6792.
lfi be introduced at the
\' Night held at the BHS gymnasium,
,' beginning at 7 a.m.. Strawberry Strollers Meeting Set...
This season Bradford has combined -
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1'1 the ninth and tenth grade squads There will be a meeting of the Strawberry Strollers is set for Tuesday
,, into one junior varsity team. Coach Sept. 11 at the Pratt Street Recreation Center. ,'
t; Hurse said the squads were combined -
,: due to a lack of participants,but
,' on the other hand said that it should

f'i.' make First for real a better action JV for team.the Tornadoes Parents Night Set Friday...

: will be Friday night, at the Palatka A night to honor the parents and Introduce the players of the 1984-85
Spring Jamboree. The jamboree Bradford Football Squad is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday night at the BUS
:' starts at 8 p.m.. In the first quarter gymnasium.The 0
';I St. Augustine will take on In- parents will have a chance to listen to the coaches and see all their
terlachen, In the second quarcter son's peers.
I I Bradford will play Palatka in the
,1 third quarter BHS will take on St. \
Augustine then in the final quarter wi Flag Football Registration Underway...
''i' Interlachen.
Palatka will play Registration for youth flag football started. : :Thursday, Aug. 23 and will
run through Sept. 18.
New Coach Staff...
on
Sign ups are at the Old Armory on US-301 and cost for registration is
Elijah Bell will be taking coaching 350.
responsibilities for the varsity otiett- i There will be two age groups including boys and girls,6 through 8,and 9
sive line. Bell will be replacing Ezra i through 12. The younger class must be in at least the first grade.
Simpkins. who was with Bradford
for one season. y ..a
Bell was Head Coach at {
four years as defensive line coach at $ih Floridians Take 15 Golds at Olympics:..

i. Crestview before that. Florida athletes made an impression on the world and the entire coun-
five coaching experience
,' Bell, with
j years from Florida try by earning! 15 01 *(" 83 Gold Medals won by the United States at the
is a graduate '
AAAlli "
wtiKg W w M .a Olympiad.The
r.1 State University. efforts of Florida resident, students and
: "I'm. looking forward to a good graduates of Florida colleges -
< accounted for 18 percent of the US Gold Medals accumulated
season-we have good players and a (Photo By lorry Ogimby)
R O the 174 total medals won by the United States, Floridians assisted in
\t' Bell good when coaching interviewed.f staff:. commented Let's Run This One Next... winning bronze, 23. Six of these were silver (lone for an exhibitin sport) and two

f f There are three prospects for the Head Bradford High Coach David Hurse instructs! The following Friday night the Tornadoes will see
quarterback opened by Robert the offenseon, the next play to be run during a action in the Palatka Jamboree
t! Carver who graduated last year. scrimage in the fifth day of fall practice The Tor-
be
will
Also at picture day
Frank Long seems to be the most nades will be Introduced at the annual Parents Night Friday beginning 'p.m. Cubbettes Thank
for and football Supporters...
the varsity junior varsity squads.
likely player to get the position, but affair in the BUS gymnasium Friday night beginning I .
will be
a Hurse says that he Is going to rotate at 7 p.m.. Most local newspapers present.balance the Lawtey Women Cubbettes Softball team wants to thank each and
that position this season. everyone who contributed to the teams expenses. to travel to Bradenton,
h Also lined up at the position is the offense with more pass- prove on an even 5-5 record last year First home game for the Tornadoes to the state championships.
newcomer Jesse McSwain and ing this season. in the upcoming season. is Sept. 14 at Bradford High The Cubbettes took fifth place out of ten.teams in the Women's Class B
junior kicker and punter senior John Next week the Telegraph will have First regular season action for the Stadium against. the Keystone In. state tournament.
David Francis. individual profiles on all the varsity Tornadoes is Sept. in Macdenny .dians. I 0
During spring practice sessions players on the squad. against the Wildcats, beginning at 8 Last year the Indians beat Bradford .
Hurse said that he planned to The Tornadoes are looking to im* p.m.. in a rain drenched game.

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I ,. ED YARBROUGH sec what a local

t Thanks the Legionnaires for the use of REPUBLICANthinks

j the Legion Hall and the many friends and and looks like

i supporters that came by regards to my

\. candidacy as your PD POL ADV BY BEN HOLTZEKDORF

State 0 .."..... .... "", ,oJ .Ibtr 1.fl .t.2.t1leqe.: tub: One
Representative i< v.l yd b.dlto.vrq: : eel ya.s .. a pub dogs.FiSb >> \

of District 13


I I 't Everyone, including other candidates, is

invited to a Cookout at the Community

Center on the lake in downtown Lake S
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Butler, Friday,

;1 August 24, 6:30: pm JEte

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Good Music Y
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Close... Good Your Fellowship Friend $ ;'


!\'. work Runningbacks out in the and first receivers week of practice get a EDYARBROUGH t two of your favorites in one great dinner.Fresh .

r gearing up for the upcoming
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: I 'have: been active. in civic and community' affairs f all of my Golden: Brown I. I'J') I '\\\1 Delicious Fried

adult life ,''Fkh Fillets Shrimp
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t, 'I I have served as chairman, currently vice-chairman .,. 1 1 1It" r MONDAY &TUESDAY. ALL, DAY '
/ '2-Piece Fish Dinner .
,' Currently serving 2nd term on state wide rural affairs committee
( : D'uulerincludes: 2"golden brown fish fillets:natural-cut french fries, $1 99
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,.r I have been aware that the office belongs to you and that t yr<: SUNDAY- ALL DAY & WEDNESDAY' 4 PM IlL CLOSE

AJI!-yCa ..Eat Country-Styk. FL4i.Dinner
me to serve to this important position.
V are atowinf ;
campy fish fillets,naturakutfrench ,fresh
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PROPOSED It> HfiliSt tpfrtn. o{ the send ate an the Hous of rep resentative* shall inrega
CONSTITUTIONAL
!?? riYil Ur i nyjiBt ''Ch.qrb dtb tc ,. heM.Jttt,
uties, end th ey a not oiueation ed in any
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED '
ON -. .;'1

I NOVEMBER 6 1984 j jI ifil The legislature shall appoint an auditor to serve at its pleasure '.;
who shall audit public records and perform related duties a* prescribed ) "

,w by law or concurrent. resolution. .
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WHEREAS The NO.. 5 r ,
Legislature under the Constitution of

the State f Florida, passed Joint Resolutions proposing ( 1 ',II,
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amendments to the Constitution of the State of Florida, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ,, 1

and they did determine and direct that the said JoinFlorida ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 1 ',:....

Resolutions be submitted to the electors of the State of ,,' 1 ", i' :

at the, General Election to be held on November 6 SECTION 1. Counties,.. %Ii
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1984. I, ,
C.) POLI'I'ICAL $ The state shall be divided by law :Into ; I
}I .. fUWiyisjONS.
"political count I... COunt I..' may be created ,

StateN ,, THEREFORE, :r': GEORGE FIRESTONE: : Secretary Of ;.\, .'o. of abolished the public or. debt.changed, by law, with provision, for payment or apportionment. "'. ) '1', ,,\ '

State of Florida, do hereby give notice that ::.'.\;'; 1 s j, 'r :1 I
electioneW t. : :t
an be held in each in Florida ,', .h'' S.. Ib) COUNTY FUNDS. custody and method of disbursing county / : ;
County ori "
fund bygenersl ';,; .
; S shall be provided law ; S ,; -rtf :
November 6 :' 't. ? ifIc
1984 for the ratification or rejection of?, 1,, I .r t

the Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to the Constitution .,,' ) GOVERNMENT, Pursuant to general or special law a county ..'I
,t government May be established by charter which shall be adopted amended-
of the .. "
State
of Florida r viz \,'y. or repealed only upon vote of the elector of the county in a special :
\ election called for that purpose. .":' : ,
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,, (d) COUNTY OFFICERS. There shall be elected by the elector of each, 1 I'

Count ., for term of four years a sheriff, a tax collector a 'property /',.; !
: "., appraiser, a supervisor of elections,, ... I
NO. :1. except, when provided by county charter-or'ap c1 lklay approvedlbyCOVOta 55
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'" ,'. < .,'". i, f 55 of the electors of the county 'any county officer May be chosen in }
'. ,.' another Manner therein specified, or' any county office May be abolished
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT + when all the duties of the office prescribed by general I..v.re' q
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ARTICLE X, SECTION 4 transferred to another office When not otherwise provided by county
"
f. charter'. special law approved by vote of the electors, the clerk of- the
circuit court shall be ex officio clerk of the board ->f county !
commissioner, auditor, recorder and custodian of all county fund ,

(e) COMMISSIONERS. Except when otherwise provided by r
? the governing body of each county shall be a ...countJ'cb.rter.' i
SECTION 4. Homestead exemptions- .' ,*;jj' ,, ( 'j, commissioner composed of five or seven Member serving staggerd.teres '.. ;...
':" of four '.'1'.. After' each' decennial census the board of county
(a) There' Mall be exempt from forced sale under process of any/' ,;,:. commissioner shall divide the county into districts of contiguous ),
court, and no judgment, decree or execution shall be a lien thereon > territory a* nearly equal in population aa practicable. on. co.sta. on.r'Ii. ''CI
except for the payment of taxee and assessments thereon obligations '. l1j'! \ residing in each district shall be elected aa provided bY law .,-,,,. '
eontrscted for the purchase, improvement or repair thereof or 1'j\ "llr .*..'..'..-.,- .-.o.'r. i "'f'!
obligations eontrscted for house, fi.ld or other labor performed on the J r, <)i(
natural v.r.on". h.U71' ... ., e > ': If) NON-CHARTER Counties
realty, the following property owned by a '\ GOVERNMENT. not operating under county (
'- ,;:"....: ,..' charter shall have such power of self-government es is I'
count
.... genersl or special law. The board of county commissioners of a ."
(1) a homeetead, if located outelde a Municipality, to the extent of 'j not operating under a charter may enact in a manner prescribed ''by-
one hundred sixty scree of contiguous land and improvements thereon. .. general law. county ordinances not inconsistent vlth general or special '
Which shell not be reduced without the owner'e co ..n1: by reason of law but an ordinance in conflict with a municipal ordinance shall not be /:
subsequent inclusion in a municipality! or if located within a .' effective within the municipality to the extent of such conflict. '

Municipality, to the extent of ozw-kslf aor. of contiguous land, upon ,; t. ,
which the exemption shall be limited to the residence. of the owner' or him' : ) CHARTER"GOVERNMENT.. Counties operating under 'county charter ."I
shah
family '<' have all powers of local self-government not inconsistent with

., '1' general law. or with special law approved by vote of the elector. The'
(2) personal property to the valu. of one thousand dollars.b governing body of a county operating under charter may enact county" .
.. ordinance. 'not inconsistent with generei lav. The charter shall provide'"J'
( )'' These exemptions shall inure to the surviving .pou. or heirs'of which shall prevail In the event of conflict. between county end Municipal

the owner. ordinances. ,IN
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|e) The homeetead ehsll not be subject to devise if the owner is"'. 'i j |h) TAXES} LIMITATION.. Property situate within'municipalities shall : : I,
survived spouse or .inor child except the homestead May be devised to ::10' not be subject to taxation for services rendered by the county '.'"
the owner1. spouse if there be no Minor child. The owner of homestead .:. 'f.::. ''j. '*'' exclusively for the benefit of the property or resident in 'I': '
real estate, ;joined by the epouae if Married, May alienate the ho... .ad ,: .A" unincorporated areas. I
deed transfer the tltl.t \ \ i, ," \
by Mortgage sale or gift end, if Married May. by : "
to an eetate by the entirety with the .po"... If the owner or ,&pO". i."(. ..J'1 ; r ", '. ID COUNTY ORDINANCES Bach county ordinance shall be flied .with 'the \ ,
incompetent. the method of alienation or .ncusbrane..h.11 be as provided secretary of state and shall become effective at such time thereafter ''as

by law.' / .. is provided by general hlV.:1: ,:
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N0.2'I H) VIOLATION or ORDINANCES. Persons violating county. .: : ishal

"."\, '.'' \. I '. be. prosecuted, and punished a provided by Jaw, < ,,'. "'-> ..'', !ii1'e ". *'{/,,1. \ .. .

.' CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDME'NT f (It) COUNTY SEAT. In every" .... shall be''a countyiseatJatrwhich "Nj''f' ." I
ARTICLE IV, SECTION 4 > 1t shall be located the principal otIlces and pe..n.l\t. record ef 'all.; ; .
county officers. The county a.acJ' not be Moved'except'a*' provided by- fI>
general lav., Branch offleas for the conduct of county business may be' ,
; I I' established elsewhere in the county by resolution of the governing body
:" SECTION. Cabinet. ''''6 5 of the 'County in the manner prescribed b, law. No Instrument ''shall < be--J; ,' ..
;f ''S' deemed recorded. In the county until' filed at the county seat according' to .
cabinet composed of a secretary of state: an .' j
|a) Th._ shell be a law. ., ? .
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r '_ Attorney general, a comptroller, a treasurer.. a' "> uli"Jone'L5."s I It" 'i'l !
i .2...... '"'''*egrieulture MU.d" *-C MJBi.ssignervMPt education. Jin addition o powers
herein. they shall .x.roiil'.uch: powers and persona t i.t.Ave, ti Cn: 6 .a >
end dutlee specified Ah.l a ,1
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\0, .r .. '. '(tbf The; secretary' of state shall )keep the records of the 'official....,.. ..:r:' ,. '.' CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMEZT''

:) acts of the legislative and executive departments. i ARTICLE V, SECTION 8 ,:

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(c) The attorney. generei shall be the chief state legal officer., ( *asa j / &'.' /$ "', JUDICIARYLW ,' '' ..

the chief fiscal officer: of the r.' ;, '
4 S d) Th. comptroller shsll serve as flee of .:
( of
the state. SECTION 8. Eligibility. -NO- person shall be eligible toe
tate. and ehall eettle and approve accounts against ..; unlsss 1 elector of state and
j'( .. justice or judge of any court he aa the, .
all state funds and seeuritiee. B.hall "> reside In the territorial jurisdiction; of his court No justice; or ; .
,I (e) The treasurer shall keep shall after attaining the of seventy upon
orderef the comptroller. ao i i1 judge serve age years except
d1sbur..tat. funds only upon the Sues IV'. he has
which
of
r t.t. temporary assignment or to complete a term, on.-half '
\1; ..vte. in any 'form.__end .. r a. d .bu .m.n 0 .
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of the
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e 'T il L 1 any othe tr.n t. f served No person 1* eligible'for of justice supreme
tape or
kr ectronic means or bv meanemedium. the of a magnetic h. ........ she** ..-....... } : court precedtnq of a district court of appeal unites b. is *and has been
Plorlda..
ned geveraer
by
T .water. for the ten years, Member of the bar of Wo personIs
.. .*......*a. duty sbjee. .ef ........ mani.mws. eligible for the office'of circuit judge,unless he I... and has been

of matters I ; for the preceding five years, a aHlber'of the bar of Florida.,. Unless .. >
shsll have supervision
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The commissioner of agriculture is eligible for the office ,
( ) law.catienhay.t otherwise provided by genersl; Isy no person
pertaining to agricultur..xc.ptas, otherwise.provided, by Si a county court judge unleaa he la. and has bean forthe, precTgara. nq .
the public ....,-.,. a member of the bar of Plor da. IJnhqsothvLv1I eorov, '
.doner of education shall supervise "' rrai. jav, a person shall ay jiiMiytw tor election or appointment in/Miin.myiin fcaft
sdu in the manner prescribed by lew. ice of county yourt lydoe in a county having s population oj 'fJf f
y Ieas if he Is meiiiber In eooj standtruL ot'the bar of Plorids.SECTIOM .

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district court of appeal by appointing for ,alters, .ending ;on t..e first ',: \ \ '' bonds.j .-- .1 ,
after the first Monday in January of the year following the next :1 : : 11. State bonds} revenue I :
Tuesday i,( ,
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occurring at least on. year after the Jets '01 h. '.t.t.
election faith and creellt may
the full
generaeppointment bonds pledging
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nominated the .ppreprtst.judicial ... .
of thr. persons by jjxed capital '. ,
one '
refinancethe coat I
finance or
I. = be issued only to of : .
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,% ilnatlng commisalon. t ''. .S.,outlaw projects .uthor led bY 1.v. and sel: nc Till f I' ,
,, I! ,4> state .. pu..uant1. ':
: of the electors, provided
circuit court 'or on a approval by a vote
The shall fill ..Chyac.nc'J' on a ; \ ", without vote of the electors
fni governor a
i, ; after, \ a: to this 'sUbs.ctloft .d'say be .r.fulMled
for a tem ending on the first Tuesday ry principal
appointing total outstanding .
'eourt by The
count cost rate
and 1j\ lower net average interest ,
.' the Lint Monday In. January of the year".following the nominated cut primary the ,. .. of a stste bonds issued pursuant to this subsection Eat shall never .*c.tw.fifty :' ,
by
election one of. not fewer than three persons of the .t.te for the .
eneral total tax revenues jwopreceding
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nominating coMmlsslon. An election shall be held to .IV'l: percent tax revenues held ilJjiia rust
anv
app..oprl.t.JucUcl.l; for the term of the office. beginning at the end l' fiscal years constitution.excluding ;
\ ot
provifiq
jfhe
of tla. 'appointed term. ,. ; t

iJ nominations shall be. made' within thirty days from the ,, ,. t* &' S"' (b),. Moneys appropriate'debt service on state bonds s* tb.. same ,
lei The by law '
be
becomes) due shall
for
occurrence of a ,vaesncy unless the period Is extended by thegovernor ; .

a time) not to exceed thirty dsys. The overnor shell Make the I ** d* t ? :tY :n.t :

I .to him.Id lntae. within.sixty the nominations, have, been certified'. .:,,; js ifit combine ied un

) There shall be separate judicial nominating commission s* :;. 1dlfd Revenue bond May be issued by the state or' its agsncles .;t

1 provided"toy' q neral l.v for the supr.. cour each district court of 'J' .t., 55without 'a "vote of the electors only t.o, finance or refinance the cost ,of ;
within the "
..ppeal.4 each 'judicial circuit for all trial courts ; .,.. :state liseSIneidenteV capital outlay proectsand tumrtnya.. ET 1 vl : "L .:2 .
circuit.. m' : I 'p'. thergjffctiv .. snail .be payable solely rota. t ,,
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.v'..,..1" ;/a J. *....-**e,e-feex-revenwes.. jor ,; .1 ''i

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..' V flop of tn C0 INO :t. I under this StCtJCA, ;
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.' t' ,' be "the' sole or the qualification : ; !. r;..:... .. ,
I **ch house hll. shad 'biennially 'choose its .(*) ADD&'rJCllALI&CUItJTJU. ( .. J' :
.iJtl-o.... and return'of" It* members, and 1 a.esd.d.
."' ', offleer 'Tn ludIng' a" pe..ft.designated.,_ presiding in the senate.1 officer as .President1 selected;!froil.of /the; \? a ; |it;: : r IX.I:Section 37. of t the CoatitutlonZ Con.tituttoe of1sa teVts d lat18 O. .(

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...r" ....... .i l1.cIa.lpat. a' Secretary to serve Clark .h.o. ;"" a. u t h.reetter f" + .
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C31 That portion! of Article> XII, Section 9, Subsection (a) ot this) of thi .ffsctLve this daft of this amendment Is adopted by this reference a* part .
Constitution,-*" amended, which by reference adopted Article XII, Section"' :?"' for the amendment ** completely as though incorporated herein verbatim.
19 of the *' of I" purpose ot providing that after the effective date of this
5" ? a* amended, aa the .am* existed ; ., amendment the
edi.tlJ' before effective date of this amendment is adopted br ;. of .. i first proceeds of the revenues derived from the licensing
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motor
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thia reference .e part of this revision a* completely a* thouuni: )" ** referred' to therein shall be distributed annually '
incorporated herein verbatim, for th* purpose of providing that after the1effective r. units among In the several counties in the ratio of the number ot instruction
each
date of this amendment. all of the proceed of the revenue* of county, the same being cotermlnu with the school district
derivad froM the gross receipts* taxes, a* therein defined, collected in this 2Sl.fcouly! !! *? provided In Article IX, Section 4, Subsection (C.I of "
each ly..ri.h.ll be applied a. Provided therein to the extent necessary to'COMp ext.nt in each year computed a* provided therein to the
obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds or necessary to comply with all obligation to or for the benefit of
certificates Issued holders of bonds or .motor vehicle certificates
before the effective date of this amendment or tax anticipation issued
any before
refunding thereof which ere secured by such gross receipt taxes. MOT0 which the effective date of this amendment or any refundinga thereof
??. or other obligations may be issued pursuant to the provisions of are secured by any portion of such- revenues derived from the
Article XII. Section 19, of the Constitution of 1885. as amended, but licensing of motor vehicle
this provision shall not b* construed to prevent the refunding of
such outstanding bonds or obligations pursuant to the provisions of this any (2) Ko funds anticipated to be< distributed annually among the several
subsection (a>(2). counties under the formula stated in Article XII, Section 9, Subsection
Cdl of this constitution, as amended. a* the same existed Immediately
Subject to the requirements of the first paragraph of this subsection before fOr 0 the effective date of this amendment shall be pledged a* security
(*>>>(?L* -beginning July 1, 1975. and for fifty year thereafter, all of sny 'obitqsties hereafter issued or entered Into, except that any
the proceeds of the revenues derived from the gross taxes outstanding refunded obligations previously issued pledging such fund may be
collected from every person. Including municipalities, as provided 'andl), xlL.* lover net average interest cost rate by the issuance of
1.vie4 DVrSUansiona' .s-e'-th.-t'-ef.a4ept'eft.of-th..; \ refunding the maturing not later than the obligations refunded secured

swbseet&eni -.n chapter. 0 Florida Statutes, (hereinafter called".,;' Si this subsection same revenues(Id and any other security wthorlsed. in. paragraph. ((11)
)
yrose receipts taze 1. s in ezlstenc aa of the date of the adoption ;" ''/1, .
?.. eht- emendment or as such has ear i- cnended from time to time., shall, ;"r"b.1 i ia : (')
collected, be placed in a trust fund to be known as the "public e '2-: "' (d) Subject to the requirement. of paragraph (1)' of this subsection
education capital outlay and debt service trust fundIn the stat ,> \ first beginning July'of l, 1973 and for thirty-five years thereafter, the
treasury hereinafter referred to a* 'capital outlay fund'), and used < vehicles proceeds the revenue derivfrom. the licensing of motor
only as provided herein. "' ...I" to the extent necessary to with the provisions of this
..
,: I> amendment shall, as collected be place monthly in the .chool'di.trlct '

The capital outlay fund shall be administered by the state board of : : state and junior 'college district capital outlay and debt service fund in the
education as created end constituted by Section 2 of Article IX of the ?!;*, shall be treasury and used only as provided In this amendment. Such revenue
Constitution of Florida as revised in 1968 hereinafter referred to as junior ftrlbS5f f1"1"1/ among the several school districts and
state bo.rd.l. or by such other instrumentality of the state which shall "h. in each COll.y. in the ratio of the number of instruction units
hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties and functions! of the state ; district or junior college district in each year computed
'''. as provided herein The amount of the first revenues derived from the
board, including the powers, duties and functions of the state board state motor vehicle license
provided In this subsection Cal) ((2) The state board shall be a body ;h"+ I." distributed taxes to be so set aside in each year and
as provided herein
shall be
corporate and shall have all the powers provided herein in addition to' !: to the' product of six hundred dollars an amount equal In the aggregate
all other constitutional and statutory powers' related to the purposes of ,( number of instruction units in all the$600) multiplied' by the total
school ol
this subsection a(2) heretofore or hereafter conferred by law upon the : the school fiscal 1967-68 districts Florida for
amended.state board or its predecessor created by the Constitution of 188$, a* the product of year eight hundred, plus,dollars an amount$800)equal) multiplied in the aggregate-by the total to

number of instruction'units in all the school districts of Florida for '
the school fiscal 1972-73 and for
Stat bonds pledging the full faith and credit of the stat may b* ;\: which is in year the total each school fiscal year thereafter
excess o( number of such Instruction unit
in
issued, without vote of the electors, by the stat board pursuant to ::,: the school districts Florida for the all
school fiscal
I' year 196768. such
law finance refinance theretofore authorized
to or capital projects by
excess units "
being designated "growth units.
The amount of the
the legislature and or incidental thereto for first
appurtenant
any purposes
the state system of public education provided for in Section 1 of Article ', .. revenues derived from_ the state motor vehicle license! taxes to be so set
IX of this Constitution hereinafter referred to as 'state system). IIY' 'I aside In each year and distributed as provided h.r.in shell additionally
Including\ but not limited to Institutions of higher learning, junior "" : b* an amount equal in the aggregate to the product of four hundred
colleges, vocational technical schools, or public schools, as now defined '. ,, dollar (9400) multiplied by the total number of Instruction unit In 411
or as may hereafter be defined by lav. All such bonds shall .mature not 'R'!if I junior, district of Florida. The number of instruction units in
later than July 1. 2025. All other details of such bonds shall be a* 'I:'!; c' each school or junior college district in each year forth*
provided by law or by the authorising such bonds; provided instruction this amendment shall be the greater of (1) the number of
however, that no bonds, except refunding bonds, 'shall be issued, and no ,r' ','. unit in, each school district for the school fiscal year
proceeds shall be expended for the cost of any capital project unless :',., 1967-68 or junior college district for the school fiscal year 1968-69
such project has been authorized by the legislature. computed in the manner. heretofore provided by general law, or (2) the
number of Instruction units in such school district, including growth
Bonds Issued pursuant to this subsection (a(2) shall be primarily unit,' or junior college district for the .school- fiscal year computed in
payable from such revenues derived from gross receipts taxes, and shall the manner heretofore or .. hereinafter by general law and approved
be additionally secured by the full faith and credit of the state. No :'\ by the state board of education ( called the state board), or
such bonds shall ever be issued in an amount exceeding ninety percent of (3) th*, number of ,Instruction unit in each school district. including
the amount which the state board determines can be serviced by the ." growth units, or junior college district on behalf of which the state '
revenue derived from the gross receipts taxes accruing thereafter under board has issubonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates
the provisions of this subsection (a(2), and such determination, shall be ,, under this amendment which will produce sufficient revenues under this
conclusive. :.'a.f amendment to equal one and twelve-hundredth (1.12) time the aggregate
.. ; amount of principal of and interest on.all bonds or motor vehicle tex
The moneys in the capital outlay fund in each fiscal year shall be anticipation certificate issued under this amendment which will mature
used only for the following purposes and in the following order. of "",t." and become due in such year computed in the .manner heretofore or
priority /, /t' hereafter provided by general law and approved by the state board.
\ /
a. For the payment of the principal of and interest on any bonds /. (4)) Such funds so distributed shall be administered by the state
maturing in such fiscal year; ;'.'car board as now created and constituted by Section 2 of,Article IX of the
'-'N'I"'1.<"< State Constitution as revised in 1968, or by such other, instrumentality'
b. For the deposit into any reserve funds provided for In the ); of.. the- stat* which shall hereafter succeed by law to the powers, duties
proceedings authorizing the issuance of bonds of any amounts required tobe 'I' and functions of the state board Including' the powers, duties and
deposited in such reserve funds in such fiscal year; functions of the state board provided in this amendment.. For the
: 'i. purposes ot this amendment. said state board a body corporate
amendment
c. For direct payment of the cost or any part of the cost of any I and shall have all the powers provided in this in addition to
capital project for the state system theretofore authorized by the all other constitutional and statutory powers related to the purpose of
legislature, or for the purchase or redemption of outstanding bonds in !S. this amendment, heretofore or hereafter conferred upon said stat board.
accordance with the provisions of the proceedings which authorized the '
issuance of such bonds. t (5) The state board shall, in addition to Its' other constitutional
I and statutory powers, have the management, control and supervision of the
(b) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds to finance the cost of state ....,'. proceeds of the first part of the revenues derived from the'licensing of
capital projects Issued prior to the date this revision become :A motor vehicles provided for in this subsection Cdl.) The state board
effective Including projects of the Florida state turnpike authority or IN..' shall' also have power, for the purpose of obtaining funds for the use of,
its successor but excluding all portions of the state highway system, maybe 'HI any school board of any school district or board of trustees of any
refunded as provided by law without vote of the electors at a lover '1 O 1 junior college district in cquirlng, building constructing altering. .
net average Interest cost rate by the Issuance of bonds maturing not I remodeling,. improving' enlarging, furnishing, equipping, maintaining,
r l.ter"than the obligations refunded, secured! by the".same rvenuttjinyryp! {;; .y"," renovating, or r.p.lrlng'of'capit.l outlay projects for school purposes .'
caw\ _... ,"'N .,....t.:, M.I.?bn d"" ... -....atyu..u........._. if to issue bonds. or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, and also "
(Cel MOTOR VEHICLe FUBLTAXES.u""ffl yfJ7" "tT1tm'(1) \:1, tclsiBu<< such"-bonds 'oftao-torJ' vtrtclet m>lc1P: > tin-crteteatee. *o
C payfund w'Trvrtma **y &ndlf".twt'tldtt+ <>vetrlireal:> t*c-lp.danf'
A state tax, designated 'second gas tax,' of two cents per gallon f 4 certificate "th.r.tofo"-.ue4 'by said'at"nW"' bc .Td.1 '*U suca bondorm
upon gasoline and other like products of petroleum and an equivalent tax motor-vehicle tax anticipation certificates shall bear interest' at not
,
I upon other sources of energy used to propel motor vehicles as levied by exceeding five per c.ntum'per annu..- or such higher interest rate a* may
Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885 as amended, is be authorized by statute heretofore or hereafter passed by a three-fifth ,
hereby continued. The proceeds of said tax shall be placed monthly In '' ( 3/5 ) vote of each house of the 'legislature.' All such bonds shell
the state roads distribution fund in the state treasury. mature serially In annual Installments commencing not more than three (3)
.1 .*V year* from the date-of issuance thereof and ending-not later than thirty ,

((2) Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885 as amended I (30) years from the date of issuance, or 1. A.D., whichever I*
.. adopted by this reference as a part of this revision a* completely aa Nj.Is earlier. All such ''motor vehicle tax anticipation certificate shall .
though Incorporated herein verbatim for the purpose of providing that L mature. prior to July 1, details 2007 A.D. The state board shall have power to
after the effective date of this revision the proceeds of the determine all other of said bond or motor vehicle tax
tax* as referred to therein shall be allocated among the several counties advertisement certificate and to sell at public sal after public
in accordance with the formula stated therein to the extent necessary to or exchange said bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation
'comply with all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds a 9 f't certificateupon such term and condition a. the state board shall '

revenue certificates and Lax anticipation certificates or any r.fundlngsth.reof f provide.. .
secured by any portion of the 'second gas tax.' '
,. (6) The state board shall also have power to pledge for the payment
((3) Ko funds anticipated to b* allocated under the formula stated in of the principal of and interest on such bonds or motor vehicle tax

Article IX, Section 16, ot the Constitution of 1885, as amended, shall be anticipation certificates. Including refunding bonds or rofundingjnotor ,

pledged as .. outstanding hereafter issued or entered into vehicle, tax anticipation certificates, all'or any pert from 'the
except that any obligations previously Issued pledging anticipated
revenues allocated under said Article IX..Section 16, .may be refunded at o provided for In thlssam.ndmenteandetot.nurhinlocanyieov.nanbo.ndehoehar. .
a lover net Interest cost rate by the Issuance of refundingbonds agreements with the holders of such bonds or motor vehicle taxanticipationcertificates
maturing not later than the obligations refunded, secured by the at the time of the issuance thereof concerning] ,
same revenues and any other security authorized in paragraph (5) of this the,, security thereof end the right of the holder thereof all of which
subsection. Y\ covenant and agreement shall constitute legally-binding and Irrevocable '
r L'contracts with such holders and shall be'fully enforceable by such
(a) Subject to the requirements of paragraph (2) of this subsection ,, holders in any court of competent jurisdiction.
and after payment of administrative expense, the 'second gas tax' shallbe M
allocated to the account of each of the several counties in the 4'; (7) No such bond or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificate
amount to be determined a* follows There shall be an initial ,r. shall ever be issued by the state board until after the adoption of a '
allocation of one-fourth In the ratio of .county area to stat area one- ;" resolution'requesting ln9 the Issuance thereof by the school board of the
fourth in the ratio of the total county population to the total school district or board of trustees of the junior' college' district on
population of the state in accordance with the latest available federal ; .' behalf of which the obligations are' to be issued. The state board of "
census, and one-half in the ratio of the total ".. a tax" collectedon v education shall limit the amount of such bonds or motor vehicle tax
retail sales or use In each county to the total collected in all ,4 I- anticipation certificates which' can be Issued on'behalf'' of any school
counties of the state during the previous fiscal year. If the annual district or junior district to ninety percent (!IOU of the amount
debt service of any obligations issued for any countIr which it determine cane serviced by the revenue accruing< the school'
t including any deficiencies for prior years, secured under district or junior college district under the provision of this '
of this subsection, exceeds the amount which would be allocated to that ;", amendment, and such determination shall beconclusive., All 'such(bonds or
county under the formula set out In this paragraph the amount allocated I motor vehicle tax anticipation certificate* shall be Issued In the name ;
to.other counties shall.be reduced propor Ionat.ly. of the stat board of education but shall be Issued for and OD ''behaU of .
the 'school board of-1 the school district or board of trustees of the .
(5)) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2) and (4) of this subsection I'y junior college district requesting the issuance th.roon..nd election ..!
shall be administered-by the state board of administration created under ;; or approval of qualified electors shall be required for the' Issuance
said Article IX, Section 16. of the Constitution of 1885, .amended. and p., thereof. -S --., .1, .
which Is continued as a body corporate for the lit of this subsection9c t S '' '
). The board shall remit the proceed of the 'second gas tax' In each 1 pursuant .state board shell In each year iehAesefundshool distributable '"
county account for use in said county a* follows eighty per cent to the > this amendment to the credit of : district or ,
stat agency supervising the state road system and twenty per cent to the ; junior college district, only; In ,the, following. manner and in'order' of ,,5F
governing body of the county. The percentage allocated to the county maybe }",, priority ,..
Increased by general law. The proceeds of the 'second gas tax*
subject to allocation to the several counties under this paragraph 151. ; a. To comply with ,the requirements of paragraph (1) of this (
shall be used first for the payment of obligations pledging revenues ::,,;;' subsection (dl.'S ) -
allocated pursuant to Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution, of '!;' J M+ 1
,1885, as amended, and any refunding thereof; second, for the payment of fe.-<- b. To pay all-.,amounts of principal and''' inter ist maturing in-such year .;','
debt service on bonds Issued as provided by this paragraph (5) to finance ,x- on any bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation, certificate Issued under, ';
the acquisition and construction of road a* defined by lawi and third h': the authority hereof Including refunding bonds or motor'vehicle tex ",
for the acquisition and construction of roads and for road maintenance .. i; anticipation certificate, issued on behalf of the aCbool'tI .rd''of,. such '
authorised by law. When authorized by law. stat bonds pledging the full o\ ', school .districtor board of.trustees of such junior college'district
faith and credit of the state may be Issued without any election (1). to V however, to any covenant pr agreement made by the 'stateboard .
refund obligations secured by' any. portion of the 'second gas tax' f concerning the 'rights between holder of different isue6frsuch'bond* '

allocated to a county under Article IX, Section 16. of the Constitution (t j// or motor vehicle ,tti anticipation. .certificates- 'as herein authorized: ', _
of 1885, as amended (ti) to finance the acquisition and construction of 1' isr'S <: .',.;. jl
roods in a county when approved by the governing body of the county' and ?: c. To establish ,and maintain sinking fund,ortundtqpeet1futurerequirements ,, .
the state agency supervising the state road'system; and (ill) to refund I.: i for debt service or reserves therefor on bonds or. motor
obligations secured by any portion of the "second gas tsx" allocated 7, 4vehicle tax anticipation certificates Issued' on behalf of Otlla '.chool
under paragraph 9e(4). No such bonds shall b* issued unless .t.te i" ' fiscal agency created by law has mad a determination that in no ?stat '; -under the authority hereof ',whenever the state boarddeem
; fiscal year will the debt service requirements of the bonds end all other ),, it'.necessary or advisable, and in such 'amounce and under such term and .
'" bonds secured by the pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to !*,; conditions as the state board'.shallIn its discretion determine. ,
the county exceed ....nt'-li.,. per cent of 'the pledged portion of the '"
d' 'To distribute annually t.o. the several school boards of the school
second gas t.x- allocated to that county fqr the preceding stat fiscal \
year, of the net tolls from existing facilities collected in the ; districts or the'boards. of trustee of the junior college districts for
preceding pledged. and of the annual .average..net tolls lli.'. use in payment'ofdebt,, service on bonds heretofore or'hereafter Issued by t
anticipated during the first five state fiscal years of operation'of' new s ; any such school board of'the school,- districts or board of trustee of (

projects to be financed, and of any other legally available pledged t' the junior college district.. where betiding of the bonds were used.
1 .\ or are ,to be' used,' In the acquiring ,
: revenues collected in the preceding state fiscayear. Bond Issued constructing., altering;; w
: pursuant to this subsection shall be payable primarily from th*' pledgedu ,, remodeling. ,, improving, \ enlarging, furnishing equipping* maintaining,
>, tolls, the pledged portion of th* as tax" allocated to,that .renovating nq outlay: 'projects In 2 such ',school1'
,. 1 county 'sn4any, other pledged.roy.nll., and shall mature not later than districts/ or junior' college" districts, and which capital'outlay, board *'
have been approved by the school-board of .tb.'ac
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;; ;Legal Notices the court.ALL CLAIMS. ANt OB. COURT IN THE CIRCUIT. NOTICE

j. JECTIONS NOT SO FILED EIGHTHJUDICIAL 6f> INTENTIONTO

_;I' '. .I I, : r" ..< ,rFa 'I' '''' ', ;};': >', ': : ':. ':,, J ': .. --- .- Will BE) FOREVER BAR- OP FLORIDA;IN'AND CIRCUIT FOR, RIGI5T *
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: .,; : ; '; '' ". : ; 'I ;" "'. FICTITIOUS NAME
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; "'" 'J''Yf ;'.." ,' "'\. ,\ .',.."l t".C"' "I I i!'il I: NOTICE elope and other relief RED.Publication of ibis BRADFORD COUNTYCASENO.84W2CA

I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ,, OF APPLICATIONFOR hat been filed against Notice has begun on 16 : Pursuant to Section
M
TAX DEED you In the obove-ttyl.d August, 1984.Attorney 869.09. Florida Statutesnotice .
CIVIL ACTIONIN
AMENDMENTS Court and you ore requli Is hereby given
TO BE VOTED .
ON 'ed to ot
NOTICE 1 IS HEREBY terve copy for Personal that the undersigned
THE
RE
MARRIAGEOF
GIVEN thot your written defenses, If Representative: : ALLEN E, TAYLOR and
LEO A.HERGElUEDER.
; NOVEMBER 6, 1984 : the any. to It on TERENCE M. TOMLINSON A BROWN SYLVESTER: MARY M. TAYLOR Rt I,
'.. ., BROWN ESQUIRE, Poll P.A. WILLIAMS. Box 810 Lawtey, FL
.. holder ol the 'following JR.
,,' .
Office Drawer 40, :
P.O. Drawer 32058 joint owners, doIng -
froth page 14A 'I' .,rlllicot t hot filed laid Stork., Florida 32091, Starke Fl 32091Telephone Husband. business. under the
1."e erlIHcotes for o tax and file the with .y.
original firm
of
:904(964-827l: name BRADFORD
;,tided to be luedJhereonr. the 'Clerk ol the SHIRLEY M, WILLIAMS
above-
LIME ROCK,
iunior college di.trict. Th. state board shall b.y. powr'.t the time of Personal Wife .' SALES; Rt 1,
.
of a bonds The cerllllcote ttyled Court, on or Representative: Ball' 810 Lawtey FL
r school
?' any board of any achool district or board i :Humbert t < .
of trustees of and years of !I. before 4 September RAYMOND U 32058, Intends
i M. HUNT to
any junior college district to eov.n>nt and egree with : NOTICE OF SUIT'
such school board or board of trustees" aa to the rank and priority of \ tuance, th. description 1984 Otherwise a Route 4, Box 900 NO register said fictitious/
payments to be mad for different i..uea'of bonds under this bp ro.repri bl the property, and the lodgement thai) be Starke, (32091, PROPERTY. ,I name under the
d., and may furth-r ogres that any amounts to be distributed under this name In which It was entered against you for, 8/16 2tchg 8/23 TO SylvesterVllllams I aforesaid statute
subparagraph\ t may "be pledged for the debt service on bonds issued by attested are at follows: the relief requested In Dated this 15th day ol
any l ?LJK'2'd? of any school district or board of trustees of Certificate No: 24. the Petition. NOTICE Jr., c/o Maude August, A.D, 1984 In
junior and for the r.n.nd priority of such pledge'U ,Year of 'Issuance: 1987 WITNESS my hand and CALL FOR BIDS hnton, 1308 14th Bradford County
''r or such covenants or aoreeaents of the state board way be enforced by' \, Description of Property seal 1 of said Court on the Street.' Sora,-ota. fL 8/23 4tpd 9/13:
33SSO.
holders of such bonds in any court of competent Jurisdiction.dl ',,; i 1091?470 Ft Sq. InNE! :2nd day of August 1984. The Town of Hampton YOU ARE HEREBY

To trib t. the several of the 'COR OF NEV. of SE'/i. Clerk GILBERT of S. BROWN requests bids for the NOTIFIED that an' action
annually to school boards school ::1' Circuit Court following |lob: ,
districts 01' / 1 SEC. 20 TWP 7-S, R-21. for Dissolution of Marriage
\ bo.rds of trustees of the junior college districts for the 'I' By: Martha E. Struth GARBAGE PICKUP: PUBLIC NOTICE
peynent of the cost of cqulrlng.. building, constructing altering I ) Name In which asses Deputy Clerk8Q24tchg Must pick garbage.Succesiful and'' Other Relief
re.od.ling, t anlargfiHI furniahi ..Intaining > edi: Rotalle Rader up hat been filed against
mprovingl! 9. equipping, 8/23 bidder must TO WHOM IT MAY
renovating. rlno 01 capital outlay projects for'school purposes Johnson Ettate. furnish of you Sylvester Williams, CONCERN
oertitlcat Insurance
b" such school district or Junior college district as shall be requested All of told property IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF and own truck. Jr... and you are requiredto RE: Public Sole of Used
resolution of the school board of the school district or bo.rd'of being In the County of THE EIGHTH Person serve 0 copy at yourwritten Patrol Vehicle.
must perform to
trustees of the junior district.Miil JUDICIAL CIRCUIT defenses, If
.
college Bradford, State. :, ol the satisfaction of the any
It, the nThe
Florida. AND FOR to on plaintiff attorney

:. f. When .11 "fJ0',, capital outlay needs of a school district or junior Unless laid certlllcate BRADFORD COUNTY council.The above shouldbe whose name and Sheriff; Bradford County
.ge district have been net as determined by the state board on the ,' FLORIDA job address Is Wnv. A, B... Department
; or certificate thai) ben bid sell the
basis. of' survey "made pursuant to regulations of the state board and.pproved redeemed PROBATE DIVISION on' ,,0 p.r-month. sent, III, Esquire, BES- described following
by the state board all such funds remaining shall be according to CASE NO.84.75.CAI basis, for a one year,' SENT, MOODY ASALZMAN vehicle August
,attributed annually and used for such school purposes in such school low the property detcrlb- ((1.3568)) period beginning October 403 West 27, 1984 at 3:00: pm. at
district ed In such certificate I, 1984, ending the Bradford County Jail.
or junior college district as the school board of the school or Georgia Street, P.O. BOil
district or board of trustees of the junior college district shall certificate will be sold IN RE:The Estate of September 30, 1985. The 1056. S+ork., Florida Vehicle can be Inspected
< determine, or as may be provided by general law. I to the highest bidder at GERTRUDE MARGARET Town Council reserves 32091. 'ond file the prior to* sale by appoint.
the the right to accept or reject m.nt. Vehicle will be
: courthouie door
{ on Dee.a..dNOTICE original with the clerk of
I') e'8ljl. outlay projects of. school district .r junior college the 12th day, of McBRIDE any and all bids:Bids, the above styled court on sold for cash to the
district shall be eligible to participate in the funds accruing under r / September, 1984. I should b. submitted In or before September 27, highest, bidder
this amendment and derived from the of bonds and vehicle sealed envelope markedbid 1981 Ford LTD
motor
proceeds ,' Doted this 24th day,of OF ADMINISTRATION. 1984: otherwise a|udge.
tax anticipation 'I f before 700 I 1.0. NO
certificates and from the motor vehicle license tases on or :
July. 1984. ment may be entered ,
only in the order of priority of n.eda. as shown by a survey or surveys .' p.m. on September 12, against f for the relief ABP31FXBUI44813
I \ GILBERT S, BROWN The administration' of you
conducted in the school district or junior college district under t 1984 to Lola Williamson; demanded In, the
the. Estate of GERTRUDE com
regulations prescribed by the state board, to determine the capital CLERK Clerk, P.O. Box 250 plaint Dolph, E. Reddish
I outlay n..ds'of the school district or junior'' college district and ", By: Beulah M. Moody MARGARET McBRIDE Hampton FL 32044, or p.tltlon.WITNESS and Sheriff
approved by the state board provided that the priority of' such projects Deputy Clerk Deceased File No. 8/23 2tchg 8/30 the of my hand Bradford County FlItchg823
may be changed from time to time upon the request of the school board of ,, Circuit Court of 84-73-CA ((1.3568). ), I.pe'ndlng i It seal said Court onAugu.t '
the school district or board of trustees of the 'junior college districtand Bradford County In I the Circuit IS, 1984. ? "" ',',, I .
I' with the approval of the state boards and provided further that this '. Florida Court for Bradford County GILBERT. BROWN H: .ixJi
paragraph 19) shall not in any ..nner'.ff.ct any covenant agreement or 9164tchg906IN Florida. Probate Dlvltlon NOTICE As Clerk of sold Court
pledge made by the state board In the issuance by said state board of any ,. : : the address of BylboAlvarezAs:
bonds or vehicle in which It Bradford County Deputy Clerk ,
motor tax anticipation certificates, or connection NOTICE Is hereby "
"W with tha Issuance of any bonds of any school board of any school THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Courthouse, Post Office given that on Monday, 8/23 4tchg 9/13 Subscribe Today I
district or board of trustees of district. THE EIGHTH Drawer B, Starke,,
any junior college <: : September, 3, )98i, U
'11f JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida 32091 The ., the qt10:00.odock'AM. ...-.,.. BRADFORD COUNTY
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(10) The state board may Invest any sinking fund or funds created IN AND FOR flames and addresses of undersigned GATOR r TELEGRAPH

f"I pursuant, to this amendment in direct obligations of the United States of a BRADFORD COUNTY. the Personal Repreien- FREIGHTWAYS, INC. will 964-6305
America or In the bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates, ,: FLORIDA tatlve and the PersonalRepresentative's I sell at public auction for f
issued by the state board on behalf of the school board of any school CIVIL CASE NO.84101IN attorney cosh at 2179 Commonwealth ..
district or board of of district. "; forth ,
trustees any junior college I If are set Avenue
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H'i RE: The Marriage of: below.

f Ill) The state board shall have power 'to make and enforce all rules,,*" ,, 4 JIMMY MARVIN KEENE, All Interested person Jacksonville lot of Furniture Florida, *'Rooms'* ,

and regulations necessary to the full exercise of the powers herein : t Husband are required to file with one
granted and no legislation shall be required to render this amendment of" and this court WITHIN THREE bate consigned to TerryCattwayt
1 To Rent
Resort
SanlbelIsland *
full force and operating effect. The legislature shall not reduce the VICKIE LORRAINE MONTHS OF THE FIRST ,. .
Florida and
levies of said motor vehicle license taxes during the life of this ,\ of Metal beds
lot
amendment to any degree which will fail to provide the full amount OF ACTION NOTICE: ((1) all claims consigned ty Monthly

necessary to comply with the provisions of this amendment and pay'TUs' against the estate and to Andrew ,P.. *Or: By the: Night
Wolfe Ft. .
My.
of administering the laws relating to the licensing of
necessary expenses
((2)) objection by an
1 any Located
TO: JIMMY MARVIN Florida, to satisfy freight by
motor vehicles, and shall not enact any law having the effect of Interested
.. withdrawing the. proceeds of such motor vehicle, license tries from .the. "' KEENE,'c/o C.M. Keene, whom notice person was mailed to and ,storage charges, Starke Post Office ,
Moore Road lakeland, under the provisions of,
Reasonable Rotes-
'' Florida 33801. that challenges the Section 4b( ) of Uniform
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operation of this amendment and shall not enact any .law Impairing or' j validity of the will, the '
YOU ARE HEREBY Bill of Lading.
materially. altering the rights. the holders of ,any bonds or motorvehicle NOTIFIED that on action ,Qualifications of the Personal Gator Frelghtwayt,inc.Carrier. Magnolia Hotel}
certificates issued to this amendment
tax anticipation pursuant Representative.
for Dissolution of ,Mar
J I or impairing or altering any covenant or .CJlr..ment.of' the state board as' Venue, or jurisdiction of 8/23
,4 ( provided In such bonds or motor vehicle tax anticipation certificates '"'r-j I ,1 2tchg 8/30
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oAU'( That.tat.,.boardi shall'iave, power,. tot i appoint such persons ands, Hj = =
-Jwthait1eoinprareetImaf -tftenv.dtin4, tr+t lofKnttt fhe; provision: of,v., lhl.lyugvgnfw' .rj
, aman lll.nttjt, a"-LI"e...' necessary.end the expenses of the state board j r II
in 'administering the provisions of this amendment shall be prorated among-, i

the various school districts and junior college districts and paid out ofI -.., ,
the proceeds of the bonds or motor vehicle tsx anticipation certificates '
or from the funds distributable to, each school district or junior college :
district on the same basis as such motor vehicle license taxes are
distributable to the various school districts or junior college districts I IrJXc ,)1Jl

under 'the provisions of this amendment. Interest or profit ,on sinking il
fund investments shall accrue to the school districts or junior college. 1
districts In proportion to their respective equities. in the sinking fund. 4 ""

or funds. i .,,. .'

(13) Bonds Issued by the state board pursuant to this subsection, ) h

shall be payable primarily from said motor vehicle license taxes as I'
provided herein and If heretofore or hereafter authorised by law, may be '.
additionally secured by pledging the full faith and credit of the state Jeann.e's"
without .n' election. Mien heretofore or hereafter authorized: by, law O
bonds issued pursuant to Article XII, Section 18 of the Constitution of;;;( '. \

1885, as amended prior to 1968, and bonds i.aued'purauant to Article XII '
Section 9, subsection (d) of the Constitution as revised in 1968, and I
bonds .. ion (d) may be refunded by the
Icauance ot bondsraddttion.ll'asecured by the full faith and c if id It of Fier 777 ShoesEntire

the state only at a lower net. .rage Interest cost rater

"C.t) DEBT''' LIMITATION. Bonds issued pursuant to thls'Section'9 of\ rtk ,,,4' ,

Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues pledged pursuant to
included in applying the limits upon the amountof of
statetbondshcontained Section: 11* Article VJ1, of this revision. Stock


(I) if, at the general election at which this amendment Is adopted.
there Is also adopted an amendment to this section vhereln the proposed
t ..ct1on (C.) differs from-tha* contained herein, ,then such w $777 Shoes '
i'i other language as subsection (a) shall prevall'ov.r' the language of .

subsection
. (g) If, at the general election at which this amendment is adopted,''

r there is also adopted an amendment to this ..ction.vb.r.in the proposed ." & Handbagsn Lt
t language of subsection (d) differs from that contained herein then such : : ,

s other language shall prevail over the l.ngu4g.of subsection (d),, as* .

r contained herein. l'. '* 77 .
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(h) If, at. the general election at which this amendment is ,..dope.dthere k 'oo'sj4 '
r is also adopted amendment to this section wherein the proposed? 'J +- "o. '
language of subsection (c) 'differs from that, contained h.reinth.n such, %
other language as to subsection (c) shall prevail over the language of ofDm
ti subsection (c) as contained herein. This amendment shall take effect as '

of- July 1. 1973. ) >> 7_ BIG DAYS: -

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ARTICLE I II

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.: CITIZEN'S RIGHTS IN CIVIL ACTIONS ; e

,I '." "M;(civil octkxis a) no party'can be found liable for payment of damages In excess ,' '

: 'f"" 't fr.< .,'\I,1Ir..of his/her percentage of liability b) the Court shall grant summary judgement on ', '>, 4p rr'
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motion of any party, when the Court no genuine ,
', .,f';' .J 1\,:, '_ ',material lacts; of the cose: c) noneconomle domoget such a*pain and tulf erlng.men-j.: ..*''iA1' ; ,:

''0 : of consortium, and loss of capacity for enjoyment! of life shall I not be ..-*-, I'F
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For: the past twenty years,'.it has"been my privilege to assist the people '

Bradford' 'Co nty 'with 'your financial, insurance; and real

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". on preparations for 'the upcoming jamboree In I 'fulfill'the duties of the Clerk's office.
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Eager youngster 'line-up to register for Pop Lake Butter. .
Warner football and cheerleading. Below cheerleaders work on Tontines for the football -
'.,'". Cowboy registration Is still under way on Mondays., games.., Pop Warner action Is coming up Iin 'Vote Qualifications on September 4th.
Tuesday and Thursday at the Edwards Road Sports September Registration fee Is 933 for football and
Complex. cheerlea lng. : ,Elect Harold Davis :
I Clerk of the Circuit Court
11f! 1 PO i POL'*OV. Sandra M.; Davis, Campaign Treas.3k. .: *


Pop Warner ,Registration,

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Practices Well .Under"' Wav' .tl .

Bradford 'County Pop Warner although the. schedules' have. not/
Football practice and registration Is,, ,been validated. \i. ' : "
in'full swing on Monday, Tuesdayand ,: There,will be two hew teams on'' ; : ; : '
Thursdays at the Edwards Road the' Cowboy's schedule.- -Two new,
Sports Complex. teams joining the organization are Take Note off
There is still time for boys to ,Newberry and. .the Boy's Club in1
register for' football and girls for Gain. v\1le.\ "
cheerleading. First opponent action This will be the ninth\ year the Pop;;
for the five Cowboys, teams will be Warner In Bradford has been a suc-
Saturday, September 8. cess and according to former PW?
Youngsters ages seven through 13 Director H.S. Higgins it .looks like' '
years olds can register on those II''th&rsaftrf( results;\' for the upcoming fl ins
three days; Edwards Road, Cost, J .! ri" 'J, S
for the registration is $35. I>"Theppaarents and players are real\ Ww
First regular season game tot the .'I''X cited about the'' upcoming;, '
Cowboys will be September. 13. 1)1) ,a1",
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t t WELL OWNERS.' ,,: .'5.97

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The'i1 Suwannee? River Water Management District'Implemented a p-ogrprfor! permitting !most GMontb: .
water uses as required by the Florida Legislature on'October 1, 1982.,The IQW requires the permitting I it I ''. Simple Interest .
r ofall water uses .other than. supply for private' residences. This,Includes. alt agriculturaluses, public, 1 '
'supply, churches, and commercigdlindustrialusers. There l'satwo-year'eorrfpIianceperkdforwaterI: r .*-i ,
uses 1n existence prior: ,to October 1, 1982. If applications for these existing! uses are:' completed F : I :
before October ,,1;, 1984. the;'.Suwannee River Water Management DistrictGoverning! Board will I 12 550' 1'.oo04CompnunJedQuarlerly
J waive! 'the $20 tq$50 permit fee and Issue permits FREE OF CHARGE< addition! !the Board has made '. '
arrangements to have District staff give Individual assistance in completipcppiications.Th| ; ,: : |t ,will be Year'. .. Simple Interest
the last District-wide effort before the October,1 f 1984 deadline. Below: a schedule of times, dates j\j\i' ', Effective Annual Yield
,and' locations where District staff will set up temporary facilities to assist In the application process. If i" ,
you,can visit'one of these I locations for'10 1 to.15. minutes,'District staff will be thereto help you; obtain :
your FREE, permit You'should trY to'bring any Information\' which wlj qUjf xis'*describing( yfcur' water i :12 J"70/. 12.00./

;uses' including loctationdescrlptions. ., .. : ':'I 1.. ':I:; ; Compounded wily
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'JASPBRn Hamilton County Extension Offlce (fro'CouJ1house! ) ,'. ,, .;.Ii; : ,,',,. ..;)ttJ: ',
MADI80N-Madison CquntyExtensionOffice..900CollegeDrive': 'rl'n., .,. .1,. 1\.!): 47Y '

MAYO.AgrlcultureComplex, Highway 27 North :'\ .'" 1 I.'.''.] 12. 6600/ 12.10'

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JENNINGS-Holiday Inn: (lobby) 1-75 and Highway 143, .i' 'I ",, J> .. ',. "
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THURSDAY; .SEPTEMBER 6x1984 ,\' 1 2'3' 3 J 12.35*
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\ the city's largest employers and one and very to trains Kuhncommented. rolls, most hipped hen from". /. sy stem is to design,
) ,of the olde8t.hag been expanding atJ "It takes a fine degreeof Granite Mill, Sotith Carolina,,a' naofl patternsor."marks" for the cutter,
a steady rate since ownership of the > mental and physical coordination, tionally known supplier from which, W follow as, they'slice through the
company changed hands in 1980. and lots of repititlon during trainingto the local company receives most of layers 'of cloth. The eomputor and' 1
The company which manufactures become proficient. That takes their raw material.The it'. three human' operators make, 1
J industrial uniforms for a variety time and is expensive. We may have first task after the rolls are 1 maximum use of each pieced cloth 'r' H
of customers across the United some expensive machines here but unloaded Is to unroll the bundles and
States employes 216 local people, a we still regard our' trained labor spread the cloth into large multi- :Please *ee<.. Success i,
15 percent increase compared to thei force a* by far our most valuable layered stacks which are then cut in- __ : Io!
same time in 1983, according to .asset." to the various- pieces of the basic tie. Page :3 ?>: _
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the plant in 1980,then called Cadillac 1 Keith Jonetop left) 'cuU fabric 'r io ":";:'.\.H. .;. ." ,; i .

"r" Uniform Co. "We knew this would be :after it has been take* off the roller. ?

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J: ;i/ ,. Have an announcement?... Get It 'In to u. by Monday at 5 p.m. and w. 'each month! at 7:30 p.m..at First Baptist. Church In Keystone* .now accepting appllcgtlons for the next class to-.begin Monday, kpla,1o.1 Fro* of I'' ;l"
:: J can put It In th. Cal.nd.r. Local events, church gathering, special speakers or new ';charge to homemokar year of age or older; who hove lost Ihelr source of 'Income' I | ,
.: will be Included W. must ask that keep them a* 1,.' "'ti"f( > divorc..paotiondlath disability of
group organising on request. you' Stark. Bay Scout Troop 70 '.meet from 7> 8:30: p.m..act\ Tuesday In the scout hut''' .and careers os homemokers through either ; of |lq
.,,; 'cancls. apassible': ,-ft. behind the tennis court. on Pratt,Street In Stark. .'; \/ spouse, or who are dependent upon public assistance, Under tl .'directIon of Dr. ,' ,
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JTPA OHic. Taking Applications..for thelV"current programs Openings 'In Classroom' Futvr. at 395-5047 '.
Training, course 'include*: Business Education.Data Processing. Drafting, Comm.r iot ,.. .. '. '): "lr.! ,1j !1\, I''.
Sunday Afternoon Chicken ,,,August 26, 12 to 4 This dinner, Truck .The Florida State Museum... v : !
'i" Dinner..Sunday noon p.m. Driving. Auto Mechanic, etc. There:will be an On-tba-Job Training Program,. j- v r- V -
a1 sponsored by the K1wonls'Club of- Stark., I.I being. prepared at the Bradford High Placement In OJT I I. based on education jolt kills and requirements of the worksite.. The Caln.itvlll. muMum f.otur.. a Florida ccwe.f lv* Florido.em.' :$th. Halliol '' 3

;( School Cafeteria. For o $3.00 donation, you can get .G.... _." Fried Chicken; bokJ In addition th.r. I Is a special Older Workers Program (age 55 And up). If Interested; ;; Florida History and Mayan Palace and Object GalUry. Hour 94weakdays and i i i if
.'. ed bean, cola slow rolls ft butter, coffee or t_. Com. out and help the Klwanls Club. please contact the JTPA Office locot.d at th. Bradford-Union- Vocational' School/or.., Solorday ;;Tu..doy opn till 9 p.m\-Jp.nn. Sunday !and !.'holiday. located on 1h.corper I I I\
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,; Ticket or. available at Denmark Furniture' Company, Stark-Bradford, County colt 9648092. / ,: '" of Newell Drjy'* and Museum"fcod"ot. the University;of Florida campus'//., ;;>'* 'S J. I ''f
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': Chamber of Commerce oHlc., and at th* door Sunday. -" \ .'V.i.; '.- ., ',00,[I. ri {' ," ,1 1( \15id, ', .I'o."fi!''' [;
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; Square Dancing?. Square dancing A Welghtwatchen Club... I. held In Starke oft Monday night. at 6:30'p"" I
each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic lodge In Stork,-corner of Call and Orange St. Register 1- 73-2730-for more Inlormotlon, 'V-1' '-'JK+? 'I' ""'* ',%> 1 l|11I.11:1.: .ie..begin Augi.t.M and Will be heki I .Very: Aur\ f>} aylhiradM/, Mq n.. ; I f f.1i
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Collar I I. Jim Duncan. Visitors welcome. Mainstream dancing. ;J; I '\;- "lnfl at 7 p.m.'ol the fir,* United MelhodlM Church,Main Stre.t. .011. Butlwer.. ,
i. Melrose TOPS... The weight reducing club'meet* .octrTa.sdoy at,9:30\, :: a.m. at the,*"wllt be t.oo chorg **r perso'porthlpot"'II"'.,Cia...eond tl. j by Betty Herring rl:
Sweet Adeline.... This woman' barbershop music group meets each Monday at 7:30 Ellam Baptist 1\ '" .or" '
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are Invited to visit. lake Butler TOPS:1ok.Off'; ,"ounJ., Sensibly; Club' meet* .ocK-Thuradoy.evening of ea rA ; I 'b .''I'II'.lIdI'1I\1ir'J'o' : niwAU1Nl' \ R6 i 1 ,
: 6:30: p.m. at the Faith Baptist Church on 1200 S. 12th St. ,In lake Butler: For.further In., Preschool: Scnl...,..", A pr..chool.ernlng sponsored by the Bradford, County Exceptional I'' I';'
..'. ......r......... This male barbergators group meets each Tuesday. at 7:30: p.m..In. formation call Linda Durham at 494-3384.; ;. Student: Education Program and florldq Diagnostic' and Learning Resources "" 'I

.i the PK. ,Yonge music room 1080 SW.11th St. Visitors welcome, '.. ... : '' .S t."',wllIbe held Aug. 21.22atBredfordUnlon'Ve.lachCMlterApwlntmentI'mayb. } { :..
t :. "1". Sllmnes < ..Tu..dgy. and Thursdays, 10 to 1 11f a.m Frea,Babysitting pro- '
% '" Church... held each the Parish House Include mode by colling 964-6800 before"u 31. j I'
( Trinity Episcopal Meeting w..k In : vlded. For Info call BH Center, ')64210."j;; t ''I, ;

: ', Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 pm. Auaslxe Class.Mondays..Wednesday*, and Friday,.9 o.m.4> p.m., and 6 .mFa : K'TitliMJ'ri'li '
i.i. Cub'$Covt Pock 109 each Monday night of) 630; p.m.." \" < -' \ / Info,,call BH Center, 964-4210. ;,_. .' .; '> '*..tf. "'" t" "" ... ." ;'1' 'i' S)
S Browniemeet Monday at 3 p.m. Aerobic Classes offered In lake Butler arid Thursday'after, .' ."' j'
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Girl Scout meet Monday at 3 p.m. ', at ":30 'In Room I36B Union classes began'Wednesday. i "
noon p.m. at County High Schoot."nO \.C.nc.rt. .1.;,, "!"q 1.. -f.' ;rt
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;!.; i Boy's.,Choir"' .J .. meet Wednesday. night ot 7 p.m. v ("-". ,, ,,V\', ,\V';,'"."'" June' 13 at 9:30: a.m.Coil 964-5078 for Infariwa4tn&; >' : ; 10,..... ,\1'' .. ''/.f"";" '/ "" .rj\,, o' \ +f ,; ,
fr; '": '" ,,, '' Christmas Cantata .:.......;...s.t each" Monday at 7'p.m. through Dee:2T at th* lake Job! Clas **...wilf be held Monday and Thursday'hlgM. tat rru riiiii Haiyhl. Nyh'D" c.o-rt........ N..........".. "CIC.I'C'' is.urP, o' 'Q""Ie i /iiiidtalum6ab.2550t! I
: :>' '':''. '', Butler First Unltod Method! Church on Main Street take Buffer.. ::1'11 M "<.?,', .. .School cafeteria. Junior classes will) be heW( from 6.3O-7:3a: ptt .= .*>nior class ai from : Flocidathesrf14FB.7111,: Pll\'O \(.-724 :grlanddbrbCarl4anNfet
1"J. '' Hlppadram Film Club >.features. a variety of film of a contemporary nature each :.''7:30-8:30.: Call 473-3964, ..S &:%: .- ) i ?8" jft'4' >' t,3CII-a..allt;.'Civic'rgrrM.r 4"1 tOok" v' .ntau'andtltebMr.n. I.
,..: ", Friday and Saturday night at the Hippodrome. ; 25 SC 2nd Place In Gainesville.? Aembtc Cb.... ore being offered Monday and ..m., A:30 and 1.1IJ..6a-7,26: : ,:'f.liohae."tJvk1''. t904'. : I '" Tampa'k.' e
-: ... 7:30: p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 Wedn.:1:3, Heights Woinattl(;'I}: 1-813-223-801.turtlH Hhton Half t)..113sH..USf "" 1IiIII !I t..13'W4-3.h St: I I ,
z-:' M .!'tt iirpertmental Aircraft Assoel.flen.. The group meets and discusses aircraft ach"', 'Club.CoII..73-J78A'or'urther'l"fonncIJf4rt: ;.' .. 'VrV; : '_ ,'",'", 4'.,,*. 'P. !( ,' ,,:'/.1 Sunday at 4:30 .m. at K.Alr.'on the'' north side of the Galnswvlll Regional AI,..' '' 1I..l ,.. '!''', .' "41 ",,,,); } ,
,,' : ( Overeete-. Ano ymo > -.meefwe *V at the Sk Morll"IipI opot'( Church. ; porlsr .-.2tIZ., Iz'! ;.CQcoo M Fr r..n .I.306-71111.1W. .. I"lr.'m".I.: 'I"r'; '. .'
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ching a pattern on a large sheet of spection process than some other expanded our floor spate by about BO j
white paper which is placed over the companies but we feel the results percent since 19BO.'There may be j
stacks are worth it," Kuhn said. "We have more expansion coming but this is '
The cut portions are then had a high level of satisfaction from one of the hardest Industries in the
delivered to the various sewing eta our customers as a result. country In which to predict future
IT4 tions in the plant for assembly The company has also achieved a trends. We are doing exceptionally
Trousers are creased with big high level of automation in the three well right now and we hope to keep. it
steam presses then loaded onto a years since the new owners took up." f
I '; conveyor which sends them through over, with computers doing the job The plant was occupied before the
a IS-minute trip into a 330 degree on both the patterning and for. Cadillac Company moved in by the I
:; AM.S oven; evening out frayed edges and payroll anu product distribution. "Big Dad" uniform manufacturing I'
making the creases permanent. "We'r6! not exactly replacing company, which did business on the ,
1. The cloth is sprayed with a non- humans with machines," Kuhn said. site for over 23 years. The Big Dad !
'I flammable, non-toxic glue a recent "Our staff keeps growing reflectingour plant was the first pig independently
J ; development then taken to the sewing growth as a company in the owned business to relocate to Starke '
floor, which dominates most of years since''we took over, but the and was a major success story for I.
.' the facility's interior space. us do a better job and the then-fledgling-Starke Chamberof
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used productivly by the computer, SRWMD discusses drill operationThe !.II
according to Kuhn, which has In-
IL .. creased both the accuracy of the cut Governing Board of the The board also, considered the I
and creates finer, more precise lines Suwannee River, Water Manage- draft interim-surfacewater management .
s.- .. for the cutters to work with. The ment District (SRWMD)' held its rule presented by Dave Flak, I
computer operator "draws" a picture monthly meeting on Thursday July Assistant Executive Director. A '
on a large "easal" called a 12, 1084. Ron' Ceryak, Permitting workshop to discuss this rule will be
,5 MI .-.r.,...... ,.__ tiltrltlc'n; tohIP' itmfcrwoven with Director, discussed the registrationof held on August 9, 1984 at 10 a.m
'. nsanlfs of fine wires, malt1 a all people who operate drilling with a public hearing to take place,
pattern the computor can "read' in equipment on August 16,1984; ,.at 10 a.m.
d Its,own language, then' reproduceflawless Under this rule well drillers will be
-y \ patterns on yards of white registered with all water management Joe Flanagan Assistant, Ex-
marking paper. districts. Water use permitswill ecutive Director,was asked to study
'The sewing floor Is run by'' three be sent out July 10, to 910 unper- the Spirit of,Suwannee Park which
line supervisors and one head supervisor mitted agriculture water users and was offered to the district for a<:qula-
overseeing the entire opera- application packets will be sent to tion. A report Is proposed for an upcoming !
tlon.i Employees are paid both for a 350 rural Churches! soon board meeting,
minimum amount of production and
t as as an extra Incentive any
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amount over the minimum they put LETS KEEP roroi.M>vD j jd
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The company uses a three-stage
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u ,c2. Tequila Share' the. Jxper:: ncF" I N
.. gives recipes for such libations< N
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and the Tequila:laiirlis: an4, ,:. 4 .,, ."
Includes a gift c catalog: sectiomi IWt. I I.
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.1.'> Cuervo Tequila; P.O. Box 1228,. COLLECTOR "
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I ::1j' homes, but please feel yfeee' to call me or ''I rv

I come by Jo see me any timfl.: My off ice\phone ''t,

Do We Want a Career Legislator Like Crady? \ number 496-3798.is 496-3331 My njne 'numb'er'Is "' "I '


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y/ M .n The| population of the merai.an.rcasi
.t 1 +"..J'A t" "/ : e! A.. (:* ,colonlea 2n 161<| was ., fo&ryaur continued support on September 4th.'( j
Representative 'to Provider' Stewardshipto f # :
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People Yarbrough i
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: .. ,2.:One that claims he helped Jacksonville' "j.\:;: ;: 1.5OOOOQO .l Starke Chrysler-Plymouth Dodge'

<' from Appropriation 1 1984: and forgot? about, ,. J .

, his own 13 district One that stated In hisV3eech;; | In',', "

't ,,,..Providence.. that the .people. there could not; useaT;':' : !: :>.:.( I )- NEW'E. 1984 .

'I: j i*' ,, '500,000 .' \ t .;\$ '. ;
t ''f.'t. appropiation* 1'r. .. AT PSPBr.; C '

r.' ,3{,}One that voted for a s50,000.appropriation! to study,,.,\ N: V-8, AM/FMSlsp!

..1 |V Mclosing' the N.E., Florida State Hospital, ,"t". 4 Bumper, 11/50-15

I 4Orie that,did not make an effective fight for: correctional \ ,, tires, chroma: wheels .

I : ,officers to start receiving thelr'smallra.se.' !. 'at,;' ut'13,98ee1, -I$11.5880 M0.988" AT ACi, E.W. !m: .
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*:' / the same time the state budget went into effect; and ; ;

'a; '(' '. ::{ : i. :/ :left their salary at '3,000 below the nat\ t1al:,.ayerage r ; ',' v e USED TRUCKS' USED CARS g i

! ; .,.? .'' :5.. One that voted'AGAINST !the Child Abuse'Bill 1984>,r SEE EDDIE STARLING BOB CALLAWAY S

Senate Bill No.. ,230. The bill passed with. 109 yeas and,*"' en
HJ f-oiti. Rutigc'f 73 VblvoSl.lllOll
I ::"' ,:,.. i :i'd .AC AW i 81 1II..llptttI Toyota. PU '76 Dodgt 4DMr''Aspen 93M388 '',

: 1., .; 60'pe: '' that: was 'commended by a New York. banker for\.;'" -i EtacttteM-'3988 Body '*.t, *.1''.. m t.1
1388 1
-:' legislative help.' a
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7 One that "has never chaired a.full committee !In t the ;;% 'dI
1 > t'". I 03 Dodge LWB PU, /.9 Datsiin King CjbA 78 Grin PrixIOADEO -4
; : i House and is considered ineffected by his' oll! dgV s. ': 4 SPMJ. M., P.B. t, AT AM/CM. "Ai- .

,;: 81: One that,'brags of how well he knows, the :"rules,,' but '5988IOWIM.EI *328849.BOO HBJ3, :.:.,

I' doesnVknow' how, to.pfdy: the garrie,, 0 73 Dodge Yan't t :m

I H your answer to the, above: is OUR DISTRICT} 13 'and'you' want BIN Pan.yea wlma f e tAT; '

::change, then weic'aboard..and help elect I :... 4988 1988 S658879T '988

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\ '' I Jim, Walker & Ron' Anderson '&
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:;" : Starke Family Planning Clinic' j

; News Briefs-: ,

} 4 . .',.iJf W'' ,. Vasectomies \
" :*1' :r ', : ,< j. Tubal' Lfgation (Tubes tied) & ,
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Brooker Mali Arrested 3 Arrested in Lounge No No abortions performed{ '
\ i.ir L T n" tT. fr r-jri- Hospital stay necessary ;
For.PaIole, ,Violation Disorderly IntoxicationA President George Washington laid the cornerstone of the :
Capitol building of the United State In Washington, 964.6500 ;
Robbl&Jenkirrf, 42, of Brooker was disorderly intoxication distur- D.C. 181793.
arrested on Aug.'20 at .12:50: p.m. for bance at the 301 Lounge escalated In- on September _. : i
violation<6f probation by Officer Tom- to a minor scuffle and landed three ,
my Raulerson.s'j' Bradford County men In jail, accor- Fred 0. Ward CUSTOM BUILT Name I
Jenkin$ Was given probation for a ding to an arrest report in the Office ((904)) 473-4189 Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry FarmTake I
driving while intoxicated charge according sheriff's office. (t104)) 473-7417
: 4 to the sheriff's office The incident occurred on Friday, 0 rR 100 South to 24th Avenue turn right to farm
II Aug. 17. at the lounge located on 4 SS
I ,, 10:00 to 6:00
US-301 north. Now Open Tues.-Sat. am pm
I Charged with two misdemeanors;
Accident '
4 Vehicle disorderly Intoxication and trespass Mfg. ByWard's ,,,20% Off 3 Gal. Azaloas ,
:Claims One Life defying order to depart,was Eugene Inc. '
45, the 6:30 Components, LANDSCAPING PLANTS
4 I A four-vehicle accident 'claimedhe Clemons following p.m. ,,;,!
', 0
Clemons asked to '
disturbance. was
y, ( life of a Keystone Heights leave the lounge and left when law RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL Hanging Baskets, Fruit Trees, Custom Made Swings '
It woman Thursday, Aug. IS, on SR-26 enforcement personnel arrived to 2 Ml. North of Keystone Hflt.
rain storm.
west of Melrose during a
,, Audrey Elizabeth Raley Broad- eject him. However he returnedcausing on Hwy #21
the proprietor to call : 964-7109 All Nature Sings of Jesus '
43, died instantly when her car
way
authorities again. He was ,releasedon .:
was struck head-on by a tractor- ,
l trailer that had been by another $200 bond. '
Jut When John Dempsey and
r. car, according to- the Florida Starke policeman Deputy Dwight Groves :
Patrol/
Highway returned to remove Clemons, two
The report indicated that the I '..1:1
themselvesinto
,, !% when 1968 Chevrolet other persons injected
,1 mishap began a the situation and charged .
were
driven.east by.Jerry Goude, 43,- of with felonies because of their interference -
Melrose spun out of control and hit .
said.
,Dempsey '

:i the Randy left truck O'Berry front jackknifed of;the 29,tractor of Hawthorne.The and driven veered by. violence Charged and with battery resisting of arrest a law with en- 4t Register To Win! '

forcement officer were Richard E. :
,r into the eastbound lane stricking the and William G.Bar-
.demons Jr.,25, j'f
Thunderbird driven Broad- '
p.r 1984 by rett, 33, Lawtey. Groves and Demp- :;
shoved $ Cash ;
The was ,
: way. Broadway car '
each received minor injuries A
'? : into a culvert on the south side of the sey iiSU 25,000
brief scuffle.
from the i
Grand Prize'
; highway.
1\\; Both were released from jail on .
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suffered a ,
,; Broadway apparently i
bond for the two felony
i';' ,' fatal head injury when she was charges.$2,050 7-1St Prizes. 1985 Chevrolet Cavalier Sedans I i
;" into'the front of the truck
i thrown '
\ i which slf\ ck'thepassenger: side of ; 7-2nd PrIzes Hitachi 45 Inch Wide Screen TV's .., /

'',% J her.car. Authorities indicated that r, 7-3rd Prizes Fisher Cameras With Magnavox Video Cassette "
fi
< | the driver's seat was left intact DUI No License Recorders/Tuners/ .
< which led to speculation that wear- '. '
7-4th Prizes STP Richard Petty Go-Carts I'
I ing 'a'seatbelt might, have saved Charged to Jax Man .'
l5 7-5th Prizes. Panasonic Video Cassette Recorders
; Broadways! life Frederick Eugene Williams 48 of l .
After'the truck hit. Broadway'scar y
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19
,the car following her also struck Jacksonville was arrested Aug. at Over 1OOOOO > '
'' 11:30: a.m. for driving under the in-
the truck". The driver; Glenn
fluence and driving while license
> < Broome, '23, 6f Lake Geneva was suspended, according to Florida :

'' i flown General by Hospital helicopter and listed to In Alachua stable Langston.Highway Patrol Trooper W.D. : In I Cash & Prizes: !

,. condition from injuries; FHPreported Langston also charged Williams 1 :

; with arrest with
resisting violence
: Goode waft treated and released -" im -*Jfeuou
after returned to the
\ they highway
from Shands Hospital In Gainesville. I
1 Charges the accident,filed by patrol station to administer the S ,
; In.
breathalyzer' test. Williams .v'
and broke' \& \ i. $5.i
Troopers Joe>Wadded Terry and ran trying to get away,. i
Allen are still pending further'investigation -
;.
Langston reported. .
-, FHP reported Wednesday
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Williams was freed on bond.
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Mjured,; 2 Critical loss of our loved one. May God bless Ii

..; 'i ,, ., W.would like to take this oppor- each of you for yourttt/ MwtfUQlte
1'I I'/ / '; I ;.' w' ', : .,:' np j T'""I; ,, :;'> .:, ,,,"... f." ,0.''tJ'' to expreM: our thanks and a pthis time. ., iti "D .'
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f: follow the motion of the snake charmer.

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In Intensive care following remains critical v.uiiuiui/11 oiiei' uuuig uiruwu .
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afternoon that listed him in stable condition in the ,
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AND THE BAMA BAND Multi Mile Glass Belied 78 H
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oljj Starke at.Kingsley Lake about discharged. t ': "
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Eaves was traveling west on SR-16 broken legs, a broken ankle and Outlaws"w
and an AMC Jeep driven by Robert wrist, a broken rib which punctureda COMPLETE FRONT END & BRAKE SERVICE$
Magyarl, 45, Lake City was east- lung. Due to the lung injury, Miss j
bound. Magyarl was transported to' Eaves has been. unable to take pain .
Shands Hospital 'in G .inesvllle"ln medicine. Front EndAlignment Gran Prix WhfS oka
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II Fire Leaves.Family of 10 Homeless SATURDAY SEPTEMBER"' 8 8 P.M.UNIVERSITY 12.95 S2hi'j

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, A family of ten was left homeless Moil U t. 15Mechanical II ,
No family members were at home Can i Truck ,,
Tuesday when an explosion and fire when the lire occurred. The children, OF FLORIDA $ 95 Completl -
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I destroyed their Bedford Lake home had been taken to buy school 12.50 59 '
Witnesses reported hearing a loud clothing, a spokesman said.. TICKETS. RESERVED Engines Repair
. explosion from the Virgil Heiken The explosion wad powerful .: TICKETS AVAILABLE. AT: .1\ Most Cars& Trucks Carburetor*, Valv*! jobs,
; residence about 2:30: p.m. and then enough to push the walls of the house GAINESVILLE SOUND SHOP.PALA71iA $1400' Installed R Minor, .pad|nCORBETT'S and
saw,flames engulfing the two-story, .outward before the fire destroyedthe ; UNIVERSITY BOX OfTKE: SPINNERS RECORDS OCALA : R .:
block and wooden structure., contents, the report said. SPECS MUSIC' "''
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Investigators said an apparent gas The residence,being purchased by VIDEO CONCEPTSPAKS: MALL SEARS ORANGE PARK l TIRES & SERVICE
leak was ignited. No arson is Heiken, was covered by insurance. .
SOUND.GARDEN{ 'PAIATKA GAIL'S/ FASHION. OTV .
suspected, according to the report The family'can be contacted by CROSS US ?0fc\ Tempi Avenue Sla'ke'BHMBI '

from office.the Bradford County Sheriff's calling\ a relative at 964-0043. 1"ICKET"INFORMA1'ION 392. 653.iu Financing (Formerly Starke Firestone) : ,

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Florida Highway Patrol trooper. strong arm robbery grand, heft and '
Roger Keith Willoughby, 22, was possession of a firearm,. Barber It's Wise. to Shop at a Hemeewitfd :'
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yS, her candidacy for the announced has subsequently been In private enterprise and the individual hous children milk is irrational. There
Congress, Second United States practice in Tallahassee, where she ing market. has to,be a better way.
,}, District., Kim is a native Congressional specializes in tax and international The individual fanner'must makea ,,,//p9adect policies, social priorities, ,
J'''' She was born in Miami Floridian. law. She studied international law fair return for his or her efforts.'A and military adventurism'!are all in "
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and graduated and grew up and tax at University College at policy which pays a dairy farmer terrelated. We need a new-voice will
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Lake Placid, a'' town high school in Cork In Cork, Ireland, in 1983. Her $ .008,090 to not produce milk and to trig 'to; speak ,up strongly fot the 1"1,
q Florida. of 1,200 in Central office Is located at 226 W. Pensacola thin his herd of lower producing traditional. values. 'of freedom/ '
'i.' She was third in a class in Tallahassee cows he would eliminate anyway equality and' justice"' 'of/( North ;
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1978. Kim O'Connor children because aee. It is time for .
;' Ma. O'Connor serves on the we don't have'I. p a changerSTARKE rt
attended the P' \
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South Florida In Tam :
r visory Committee. She was vice- I.. : :::::: ':'II y
pa, and graduated in 1969 with a president of the Florida Supreme (SE.E.R. numbers of' ;>
f i T degree realtor in Philosophy.in She worked as Court Historical Society. She la a 8.0 or higher),.Here's' I' ..:J\
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member of the Patriot's Chapter of '
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was vice president Florida
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torney General campaign until she tee'and League Games will start. : : '
Delivery of, Legal Services :
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, resigned to study for the Florida Bar Committee as well as a member of : 50 Install.d.ndrunning
' exam. She ran Rep. Larry Hawkins' the International Law Section and the last week of August::;. I 31. m ) (two-ton capacity)with your existing' t.
;i first campaign for the Florida House Tax Section. She is'' on the Board of and,' first week of SeptemberAppearing )Indoor coll and thitrmosut. .' "I
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Florida Coordinator for their As a tax lawyer, Kim O'Connor. 1 'rfww .I !, ," I, ,t Q'U'' ;I
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a Byrum' Whitfield In Perry in 1979, budget and taxing process must be II I j :"'" ....... h' ;
::1. before' being employed by ,the reviewed. .A, $200 billion deficit' to .. ... "t :II1I'' ...... '. ',>' I' SEE HOW MUCH YOU'LL' SAVE.or -.. .... ? .
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then the Florida Department of In must be carefully analyzed. Increased ...S,Ii, nli ( ; .: ,: '
l surance. She ran the VolunteerLawyers' interest rates and tax rates which 4.'I' I :<,_ I HAYES ELECTRIC ,"
1::1 Project for the Florida are the natural outgrowth of such irrational atClub 25..T .
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,. ..Berate, tt.'UoIM s8 '.,;. :. :;:' ,),;"MiPIe.", :,;';'; 1> :;'.,'' .: ):I'1 Mrs.Judy' DJVan> Zaht War II. He was a Florldai Stale r thsid, Baptist Church:: ,' ,; '.," ','- ,"' 9reache.vas'a.\ member of the Lake

Mrs. Bernice Roberta Holmes, 73, Mrs. Judy Dawn VanZant; 40, of University graduate and a' memberof Survivors include one slster.Mrs. Hill Baptist Church.
Jkuob the FSU Letterman's Club. Mr. Mattie Jane Morgan of Starke; one Survivors include her husband
of Lake Butler, died Monday night in Keystone Heights, died Thursday,
Miss Stephanie Ann Marie Brooksof brother Cowart of Starke Clarence S. Smith of McRae one
Aug. 16, at her Johns was also a member of the Floyd ; ;
the North Florida Regional Con residence
Starke valescent Center following a brief il Shand's Hospital in <; lnesvllle.Miss illness. following an extended United Methodist Church of Starke. Funeral services were held at 2p.m. McRae; one step-son, Floyd
lness. Brooks is survived by her 1 20. in the DeWittC. Smith of Atlanta, Ga. two sisters,
Born in Milan, Tenri. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Monday Aug ;
'Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Holmes Mrs. Van
Randall and Teresa with' Mrs. Maude of Palatka and
J.D.
parents Jones Chapel, Rev. Moody
Zant moved to Helen Morrison Johns of Starke; one
Keystone in
had lived most of her life In the LakeButler Heights
Brooks; her maternal grandparents, 1981, from Kentucky. She son, John Douglas Johns, Jr. of Robinson and Rev. Dean Cassels officiating Mrs. Bertie Beck of Tampa; one
community; was member Patricia Ann Holt and David' Allen Daytona Beach Junior graduatedfrom Starke; five sisters, Mrs. Bertha Burial was in Crosby Lake brother, Milton S. Gnann of Tampa; .
of the First Baptist Church and had Holt of Columbus Ohio her pater. and received a bachelor's CoHege in Cooke of Tallahassee, Mrs. Cemetery under the direction of three grandchildren and eight great-
retired from the U.S. Post Office in degree
grandparents.. Zane and Ellen education from the Marguerite Carswell of Chipley, Jones Funeral Home of Starke. grandchildren. ,
of
Lake Butler in 1968 where she was a University
Brooks of Bnmsw ck. Funeral services! were :held at 2
Florida. She Mrs. Edna Jordan of Jacksonville,
clerk for many years. Funeral services weN held at 2:30 taught elementary Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. Mrs. Delma L. Smith. p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22, in the
school in Hampton for Stephens
Survivors Include ''one daughter, several years Mrs. Delma Lucy "Granny"
Tuesday, Aug; 21, at the Lake Hill Baptist Church, with Rev.
p.m. and member.'of Charles C. Moye, both of Panama Ci
of was a the First
Mrs. Janice Bridewell Magee Bap Smith 77, of McRae, near Keystone
Leamun
graveside with the Rev.O.Di Brooks Ward and Rev. Johnny
tist Church of ty and two grandchildren. i
Gainesville; one son, John W. Keystone Heights, Heights, died Monday morning,
officiating. Burial was.in Santa.Fe officiating. in,
Funeral services held Strickland Burial
where her husband Is the were at 2 was
Bridewell Sr. of Atlanta Ga. at her home
; one pastor. Aug. 20, following an extended
under the direction of
Cemetery AT-- in the First Gadara under the direction
sister, Mrs. Myrtice Rawls of High Survivors include her husband, p.m. Sunday Aug. 19 illness. Cemetery
chie Tanner Funeral Home'of Rev.. Charles E. Van United Methodist Church with of Jones Funeral Home of
Springs; four brothers Cecil Starke Zant, Sr. of Born In Clay County, Mrs. Smith
Roberts of Worthington Springs, Keystone Heights; one daUghter Chaplain.Eldon Cornett officiating/ was a lifelong resident of tile McRae Keystone Heights.
Howard Charlie and E.R. Roberts, Miss Kimberly Dawn Van Zant of Burial was in Crosby Lake RIr.... __......_m_. ...-- _.to,. ..PTI.UI, ..---'......h.1111 .- -,.,. ,
all of Lake Butler; six grandchildrenand Mrs. Audrey Broadway, Keystone Heights; three sons Cemetery under' the direction of
five great grandchildren. Mrs:Audrey Elizabeth Broadway Michael Stephen Van Zant of Jones Funeral Home of Starke. In
Funeral services will be held 43, of Keystone Heights, died Thursday Melrose, Myron Scott Van Zant and addition to flowers, those who wish IIBARK INSURANCE
Thursday at 10am.in the First Baptist evening? Aug; 16, In, an Charles Edward Van Zant,Jr., both may send contributions to the JohnD.
Church with Rev. Melvin Owen automobile accident: rtear'Mell'06e. of Keystone Heights; her mother, Johns Scholarship Fund, c/o '
Burial will be in Dekle Born in Lake-Geneva, Mrs:'Broad- Mrs. Fannie Brown Bomar of Bradford-Union Seminole Booster Home, Mobile Home I
Cemetery officiating.under the direction of Archer way was a lifelong resident of the Deland; four sisters. Mrs. Frances Club, P.O. Box 1183, Starke, Florida. I'
Funeral Home! of Lake Butler. Keystone Heights area, and was a ,Poston of New.Smyrna.Beach, Mrs, 32091.Mrs. Auto Life ,
secretary for a real estate professorat Mary Campbell of Deland, Mrs. Grade C. Hutto '
the University Florida.She also Patricia Sasser of Port St. Joe, and'' Mrs. Gracie Cowart Hutto,.73,. of ',
fycte Clyde Columbia; 84, of Starke, Church. Ark.; and two brothers, Troy W. Aug. 18 in the Bradford Hospital,
died Friday, Aug. 17, at Alachua Survivors include her' ..husband, Bomar; Jr.of Titusville and Eddie .Inc., following a brief illness.
General Hospital, following a long Umess Larry Steven Broadway; two Dale Bomar of Deland Born in Sanderson Mrs. Hutto 964-7071 ) :
; daughters, Mrs. Tammy Lee Loper. Funeral services were held at 11 was a lifelong resident of Bradford ,
A. Vermont native, Mr. Columbiawas and Miss Traci Suzanne Broadway, a.m. Monday Aug. 20, in the First ,.County and was, member of Nor. -'--.' ,'
a retired farmer and attendedthe all of Keystone Heights; one son, Baptist Church of Keystone Heights, -
First Christian Church of Starke. Barry Steven Broadway of GrissomAir with Rev. Don Everson officiating. I
Survivors include his wife, Marbel Force Base, Indiana; two Burial was' in Deland Memorial II
Columbia; one daughter, Ruth C. sisters, Mrs. Iris Muriel Bennett of Gardens at 4 p.m. Monday under the I,
Royea Newport Center; Vt.; two Keystone Heights and Mrs::Patricia direction of Jones Funeral Home of i iE
eons Richard Columbia, Memphis, Ann Pardee of Graham; two Keystone Heights. -
Tenn. and Ronald Columbia of Norfolk brothers, Harvey Clement Raley of'
Va.; one stepdaughter Sandra Chelsey. Mass., and Luther Douglas John D.Johns, Sr.
Brewster of Gainesville and three Raley of Crystal Lake. John Douglas Johns, Sr." 58, of R- ,
grandchildren.Funeral Funeral services were held at 2:30: Starke, died Friday morning,Aug. t : :
services were held Tues- p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, in the 17 in Shand's Teaching Hospitalfollowing tL
day, Aug.21, in the Chapel of the Ar- keystone Heights Cemetery with a brief illness. >
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Rev. Buddy Friedlin officiating. Born in Chipley, Mr. Johns movedto
Starke,with Rev. Raymond Baer of- Burial was in Keystone Heights Starke over 20 years ago, from ypU
ficiating. Burial will be at a later Cemetery under the direction of: Jacksonville: He was a counselor at
date with the Archie Tanner Funeral Jones Funeral Home. .of Keystone Union Correctional Institution and GDff
Home In charge of arrangements. Heights. was a U.S. Army veteran of World '.

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Anton Zacek. 75, of Hampton, died Joseph Robinson:. Jr., .88. of' any S\1\ aNR
Wednesday, .Aug. 16 at Baptist Lawtey,.died Wednesday' morning'', :Blind;/.t iJstom and thriftycemproms S\.se\\\I\O at

Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville. Aug. 15, in Bradford Hospital., ,' Inca. tnCk\;* r, ,./.&._... .. .' .1\\-'' ::0\11'1 t) U' *"
Mr.Zacek was a member of the St. following a brief IHII 8B. -; .:'...k.J\! ,', ., "
Edwards Catholic Church in Starke; Born in Philadelphia', Pa:, Mr. QSOMERE
was a retired chicken farmer. Robinson moved to Lawtey, from ... "We.IIidR't ... ," > R "
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Survivors include his wife, Victoria Chicago, 111., In '1963. He ,was.'a orA \'r.\c.'r.1 .
Zacek of Hampton; one retired electrician with the circus, e.SOn ROC boo comforta 1
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daughter Nancy Rozbora of and was of the Protestant faith, ,..10" I
.. Hopewell Junction, N.Y.; one There are no known survivors except : tort L p111deQ'c"""'",lon..y Ii sha \00\ s stol0'
brother, Carl Zacek of Starke; one for several 'close personal A nythin, 1 e d .. t"' "'cMc.e '
sister, Jennie Ferda of Starke and friends;including Mr.and Mrs.Tom AMdyd foc.d
three grandchildren. W. Tatum of Lawtey. : Miles; pnce d a
Funeral services were held Fri- Funeral services were held at 2 .' ;
day Aug. 17,'at the graveside withtt.th p.m. Friday, Aug'.17.-,graveside,,
r Finlay officiating. Burial with Mr. Edwin Reagan officiating f.thi41.t
was in Crosby Lake Cemetery under Burial was .in Conner Cemetery
the 'direction of- Archie Tanner under the direction of Jones funeral

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By Marcia Goodge New Or. Introduced... Medicine at the National Universityof draws Drugs, Dock's Saw Shop, Bar- ,
UCT Staff,Writer Nicaragua during 196162. bara's.Flowers and Gifts Josephine 3 BR. living, dining and nail . 89.00
Neither heat nor rain deterred the Dr. Roberto Perez was introduced He also taught as a professor of in- Addison, Lottie Lee Archer, Offer good thru .
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Open as Parish's
1,600 people attended the Open ternal medicine at the Medical Grocery Texgas Corpora
House at Lake Butler Hopsital and the new staff physician at Lake School of Nicaragua in 1964. tion of Lake ButJert. Roger's Truck-Mounted Deep Steam Extraction
Hand Surgery Center Saturday. Butler Hospital. He was most recently the head of Barbecue, Welch's Gulf Station
The day-long event began at 11 Perez is from Masaya,Nicaragua, the department of Internal medicine Nap8; ,Auto Parts and Waters Deordorlzjn' Scotch Guard Furniture ;; ,I ICleanea
a.m. with the delicious aroma of and works in internal medicine 'and at the National University of :flortstt _. ( Also Available "
barbecued chicken and baked beans cardiology. Nicaragua.A The donations and the time and ef QUALITY R1a1rs. -
drawing hungry people to the large, He Joined the staff only recently fort spent! in helping prepare for the PRSCES .
shady park-like area off SR-106 in and has written many publicationson Thonk-You... Open House are greatly. ap 'Call Today 473-7770 or 473-3920 .
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Free cokes and later iced medicine and cardiology. ,The staff of the Lake Butler -, \ ". : f'
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were handed out to the parchedcrowds : He is a member of the Nicaraguan Hospital and Hand SurgeryCenter, ,: : ... .. LI...- I'' ?. .(.,'.
who listened to The Jades,a Society of Cardiology and the Cen and their guests at the Open House, '
tral American of would like to thank all the mer .
rock and country singing group composed Society Cardiology I, '. ..
of Union and Columbia Coun- He received his doctorate in chants and individuals who helped KEYSTONE
tians. medicine, in' 1960 and has'done a make the Open House a success by '
The people listened to the music ''great deal of post-graduatework in donating door prizes, and helping .
and took advantage of the presenceof cardiovascular pharmacology and with the preparations. : \
the bloodmobile to donate blood. .cardiology since that time. Door prizes 'were donated by: CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC .
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There were also booths set up where He has taught as a professor of ,Lowell' Shadd, Johns Union 76 Station ..
blood pressure was checked for free pharmacology in El Salvador and ; Spires IGA, Howards Auto
and 'where people could have their was the head of the department of Parts, Margie Cason, Pritchett _. ( -
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American Mountain Man that was PAINFULJOINTS '." y;
very popular with the kids. Beebe MU' LOSS OF SLEEP "" "
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had a teepee set up which contained J ECK.,SHOULDER &'ARM'P.AIt'i r
examples of the life that men, at onetime NUMBNESS IN HANDS OR ARMS .

American., led in the mountains of North Pr .,; pAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS Div, .Richardson._ .' S:

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in this area. Meetings are held oa leather Interior and to-tone"paint, like new,(/or less.... l 4, 9 9 5 Brougham Coupe, compIeteiy' loaded with tai0in i >.lf,< $1t1'2 o'9 9 5, '
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490-3384 for more information. i '9 9 $1 ,933$12,49S
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, 174 CADILLAC DiVILLIi Sedan: 4-door; A SELP-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE SIMCO SADDLE: For pleasure riding. ..
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- ---------- -
equipped. 1972 Oaltun pickup. MANAGEMENT position In Macclenny.Good .
fully Beautiful marking. Used a few times.Very .
, ; milted to the Bradford County Both In excellent condition. 964-7184. starting salary. AC 2 BR apt. Included. good condition. Look like BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
Telegraph office In writing and paid In Itpd 8/23 House Ins. Plan available Additional 220.: 9647512. 6/28 fin new a'tJ

advanc. unless credit Is already 1912 CAMARO Power steering, power fringe benefits', Call 1-466-3934 REGULATION MAJORETTE BATONS: ',964-6305 .
. established with this off ic.. brake. AM/FM. 5.0 Liter V8. $3,000. for Interview. 7/05 tfn '
From $6.95 Ea. BRADFORD MUSI,(/ "
I THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 964.8721.7/12 Hn CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great Income potential STORE, Bradford Square Itpd 8/23 REALT
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RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IS IT TRUI YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR all occupation. For Information, AUCTION
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CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER $4411 Through the U.S. Government call ((312)) 742.8620 ext. 362. 8/02 4tpd 7:39: p.m. Behind Wednesday Red Thompson Saturaayl Realty Shop & Compare!! .t."

THI TELIPHONE. TUESDAY, Get the fact today! Coll 8/23 In Melrose. Truckloads of groceriesand Special Insurance for I' PHONE 964-7776
Classified' d.adlln. Is 1-312-742-1142. ext. 609. 7/26 EOW MOM WORK PART TIME now tll Dec. miscel. merchandise CECILIA
NOON, prior to Thursday-pubi-callon. 9/06 Demonstrating House of Lloyd Toy and Everyone Mobile Home Parks 205 N. I
welcome 8/16ltpd 9/06 ER ''LL'GAR Templo Starke
words for$2.75, All of
Minimum charge 15 Excellent Gift Plan. Free types homeowners
79 CHEROKEE 4 WD JEEP loaded. Party $300 kit. No Investment. ALL B-TRACK TAPES IN STOCK $1.99, "
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. alter No collecting, and policies for SPECIAL
condition. 533.2210 p.m. no
$2.99 & $3.99. BRADFORD MUSIC
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ON 8/23 3tchg 9/06 delivery. Call 378.0213 for Interview STORE;Bradford Square Itpd 8/23 mobile homes, 4.9 Ac. Beautiful brick horn. Approx ,

CALL TODAY Florida.OR Classified INFORMATION Ad Network). '74 WAGONEER WD JEEP Good condition. 8/16 3tchg 8/30, WHOLESALE AUCTION: Thursday, 7:00: Call for Quote *. 1500 Iq. ft. 3 Yr. Old. Fantastic great
FCAN ( 533-2210 after 5 p.m. 8/23 3tchg WANTED Certified water plant operatorfor P.M. 2315 S..E. Hawthorn Rd
room W/flroplaco. Completely fenced.
((25 words), your ad will go Into
For$125 9/06 the City of Lawt.y. For details, con Gainesville. Loads of merchandise. Oltn's Mobile
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and 74 MAZDA! Does need some work. tact the lowt.v Cltv Hnll ftt 78-UW. Everyone welcome. 8/16 4tpd 9/06 Astum., Mtg. Man's Dream Separate
for .Dilation of 1,000,000 Home Sales
weeklies) a
Itchg 8/23 Workshop rtonlfldl I
work for $125. 964-5482 after 5 p.m. SILKY FUR CALICO KITTENi Tri-colored.
readers. Make tnot money BO PINTO Mutt sell. Going to Germany. VOGUE Needs home. ... ..
..Sell the FCAN way. Call a Housebroken. Wear, Elaine M. Olin Agent mmm sis*
you.964.6305, ask for Sylvia Today. $2.000 or belt offer 9648699. 1tch0 MANUFACTURING flea collar. Call 964-6906 600 So. Epperson 964.5606FLORILAND .ROOM TO ROAM I This 2545 sq. ft. home Is locatedon

DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I 8/23 Now accepting ap St. 8/16 2tpd 8/23 3V4 Ac. w/3BRIBA ft CK/A. Beautiful panellingand "'
TRUCK Good body,
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7* CHEVY 350 FIRST 25 CISTOMERS IN BRADFORD jjp MBn B
plications. Several attractive fireplace. SP $105,000.
fair motor. $875. 9646365. Itpd 8/23 MUSIC STORE Bradford Square, get
YARD SALE 1974 MONTE CARLO New transmission; positions available FREE 6-Pack Oldie But Goodie Music 230-At, Beautiful 3 ac High ft Dry with CB home
AC; 2 new tire*. AM/FM 8-trock.708 N. In Selection. Itpd 8/23 w/1750 sq. H. :3 BR, 1 BA. Ex. Lg.kitchen w/plenty of
Apply ONLY
SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 9 5. Rd. 16E. Walnut St. 964-7653 Itpd 8/23 7:30 A.M. to person 4 P.M. at 13 FT. NORRIS CRAFTi 28 hp. Mercury REALTY cabinet. SP $'',500. '
miles from US 301. Kids clothes. 1.73 DODGEi2-ton dump truck. New motor and trailer $600. 496-2386. QUIET LIVING :3 BR. 1 /. BA. located at 1320 Sear.
3 3V. refrlg ft RV supplies..964.8417. block |lust rebuilt. Asking $5,000 or 710 S. Water Street Itchg 8/23 964.7700 Ing St. CB w/approx.1100 sq. ft. New "Keller"win
way 8/23 nearest offer. Ph. 782-3141 or. Stark., FL ROILS OF HAY Order your hay for the dows. Come by for more detail.
FOUR Itpd FAMILY GARAGE SALE: Friday and 7823934. Itpd 8/23 winter and: leave It under my barn until 393 N. Temple Ave. .THINK COUNTRY:. Convened DW on 10 A. fenced

Saturday Aug. 24 125.8 a.m. until S .79 FIESTA Very goad 'condition. EARN $4.S7 HOUR: We need assistanceIn needed. Rolls of Alicia, $25 at barn. Vernle P. Odom land Grow veg. on cleared 2.S A. 3 BR, IVi BA
p.m. 5 miles West of Lawt.y on SR 125. 4-speed. $.400, negotiable. Approx. 30 evaluating and responding to dally Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn Brok.r.GRIPRICED w/crn'd back porch. Patio and Utll. rm. 35000.
All kinds of misc. Items for everyone. mph. Call 473-4337 evening 8/23 tin work reports submitted by our agents Argentina Bahla $20 at barn. Hay Born TO SELLIMMEDIATELY .4 BR STUCCO! Ha Sep. apartment. On 1.4 Ac.
Itpd 823SATURDAY throughout the state, No experience 7 Miles N of Starke on Road 16. I I Estate settlement. Was $41,000. Now $40,000.

AUG. 25 Variety of clothes, MOBILE HOMES necessary; paid to complete training. Delivery available at extra charge. .2% Ac. 100 ft. on PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEYt NW 75th Av. 2Vs Ac. SP
tools, woterbed. 507 W. Madison St. FOR SALE Work at home. For Information, send 782.3727 after 5 or 9646167. Arthur SR '00. $3,000 I 43500. Owner fin. 20X dn., 12% for 1 15 yr*.
1 Itchg 8/23 .self-addressed stamped envelope,9% Gasklns. 8/231tchg 9/13 Cash. Hat nicd'. OLD HISTORICAL HOME IN LAWTEY on 2%, Ac.
.16 POLK STREET Clothes, appliances, Inches long to AWGA, Dept. E, Box '73 MIDAS TRAVEL TRAILER: 26 ft. Load. trees.IN. Refurbished Mr/new kitchen, bath ft Insul.
miscellaneous Items and Thursday 49204 Atlanta GA 30359. Itpd 8/23 ed. Tandem axles $2500. ..964-5819 .
guns. SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER. Hwy. throughout. 6 BR/2 BA. Appraised at $85,000. AskIng
and Friday. Itpd 8/23 301 N. Stark.. 964,4414 or 964-4778. RESPONSIBLE PERSON wanted to feed after 5 p.m, tchg 8/23 BUSINESS -- price 69900.

SOI N. THOMPSON ST Pop-up camper, Come out and check out the bargain and care of dogs. Call 485-1174. between GE RANGE $100.. Call 964-4581. Itchg PAYING RENT .4 LOTS Bessent, Mimosa Beautiful, wooded. in city
baby bed gas rang. Free puppies Talk to Walter (Bud)Alvarez for a great 9 and 3 dally. Itchg 8/23' 8/23: Coll today to ask aboutproperty. limit Only $6,900 ea. A rare offering.
2325. Itpd 8/23 GOVERNMENT JOBS: AKC DOBERMAN .EDITANFEMALEI, 4yr
Aug. deal. 4/26 tin .
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OVER 2,000 ITEMS: Everything must go.Corner 114 FLEETWOOD 14x70; 2 bath Excellent $16.559.$50,553/Yr. Now hiring. YourArea *. old $50;' 4-mth old puppy. $150. PRICE REDUCED Rd. 230A. :3 BR, 1 BA. CHftA. Beautifully decorated..
SR16 and Walnut Street. Beside Call (805)( 687-6000. Ext. R5504. Show quality. 4737507. 8/23 2tchg
condition. Pickup payment, 8/30 -3 BR, 1 BA. CH A A home.Nice SECLUDED. CHARMING) Only yra. old.'2-story, 5
NAPA. Thurs.-Saturday. 1tpd 8/23
FRIDAY I SATURDAY! From 9 til ?? Half $240 Jut good per mo.credit.NO Olln'i DOWN Mobile PAYMENT.HomeSales NEED TWO QUARTERHORSES 60 Dick, Go Mare, neighborhood. BR, 3% BA.CHftA operate office city limit,fishpond
EXPERIENCEDHAIRDRESSERS and Colt. 413.7507.8/23 2tchg 8/30 Assume M'/iX mtg. on on 7 acres. Have to see to believe I 100000.
limits US
mile North of on _
Lawtey city Starke, FL Hwy 100 W. 7/19 tin
APPALOOSA" GELDING $650. Call 3.4 BR. 3 BA home. Near .S3 ACRES BESSENT ft FLUME RD-excellent ownerfinancing
bed walkers, TV baby
301. Baby ,, 12-M MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1 BA. Air '
clothes, toys, womens and mere cond. 8800. 782-3731 or 7823437. Knowledge In Advanced 964.8560.\ Itchg 8/23 schools. will sell one acre, five acre or more
CAMPER-SLEEPS Excellent condition. LOTS SMASHING CONTEMPORARY. Architect Tom Tonnerear .
clothes, and mlse Itchg 8/23 8/16 2tchg 823COMMERCIAL halrshaplng A styl ei
SATURDAY, AUG. 25 Mechanic tools, ing.: All call confidential Mutt .... On; Griff loop. 9648816. ; Zoned trailer Excellent designed this handsome, 2-story; cedar, at

carpenters tools, garden tools, power i Ask for Susan Itpd 8/23 .. financing. Country Club. 2584 sq. ft..on 2 lot*. Beaut Insul.
tools, misc. hardware, bicycle, rod S 4-HAIR SEARS HIGH WHEELi 4 HP Lawnmower 473' on 301 South. Corner Fireplace.Only: yr*.old. SP$175,000- mtg.$73.000
reel and lots more. 9 A.M. until ?? PROPERTY Good condition Cal| 533.2366.8/23 lot. 5 Ac, Owner!" will hold at *%%, Mo. Pmt. $691.96.
Corner Madison St. and APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN for hard- COLOR TVs $99 and up. Next to Starke mtg. LAKE BROOKLYN) 100' sand bch.ld.al for leisure

Westmoreland. Itpd 8/23 RENTLEASEFOR ware",an, Acme Hardware, 301 E,Call Truck Stop south of Starke. 964.821$. .171 Ac. near. Graham. living. $47.000 w/mtg of 28888.:
St Itchg 8/23 11/24 tfn. Financing available' to -IP THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE

LAND FOR SALE RENT 20x30 Space. $125/mo. 801 PART-TIME GASOLINE STATION ATTEN MOBILE 'HOME SUPPLIES: Window A qualified buyer.1366.Home Roomy :3 BR. 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ae. At Country Club.
473-4728,1 8/23 DANT and Part time tank wagon doors, plumbing and elec. supplies;
N. Thompson Rear gas NICE ACREAGE: Great prlce-20 plus acres located
NEW OFFICE BUILDING! St. Augustine driver. 964.7022.8/23 2tchg 8/31, also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER, 1 on lak.front. on Morgan Rd. :3 wells 2 sep tanks, sm barn ft
THREE 1 ACRI LOTS on SR-227Brook.rRd Approved at 260000. Best cosh' offer HOSTESS A SUNBEAM PARTY) tarn free mile South of Starke. 301tin" "*kt BtOrWOYJavweaMhop. \ toolshed. Can be divided. $17,000 ee: or 50.000 all-

$2,995.- $300 down, $55 a month., .. over $199.9!!. Mu" ,t sell'' by August.31 Item. 783-3354: or 964,57601tpta8/23! t l JT w .dolkdtper riding PLENTY OP TREESi $pFfpt8"f, e Oake.TerrHl4Buy$1,000I l{i
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964.3606. 9/15 tfn n ((904} 829.6'1O'i'. ,,Martin'IBriudy/Vo1 OPENING FOR PART OR FUlC TIMEjpSIlTIONi > W-irS TIME FOR A EHANGf| kidr r1tWfufur".hed.! .

ONE ACRE LOT Facing Forsym Rd. Box 1689, St. Augustine, Florida 32085: '24-40 hours week.Requlresj') riT'S'TIMt;fOR YARBROUGH: Priced at S35.0 $3,000, $400 down and $70 month. background >ook'keeping
964.5606. 1/12 tfn (fcan) some computer,, and. very little/ typing.OffIce To Represent West,Bradford 1368.6-Unlt Efficiency HOBO .q. H. 3 BR. 2 BA spacious family room.

NEW DEVELOPMENT Approx. Vac.' Is located, :,Starke. Send resume to And Union Counties Dl.t. 13. Apartment Rental. Room 708 W. CALL STs Only $35.0001 Beautifully appointed

lots. Paved streets, central water. $100 LOST/FOUND P.O. Drawer A, Storke. FL 32091. 8/23 ,l>d.Pol.Adv.S/21 for expansion. $75,000. 2 BR super living and dining room. Plus 2
dn. $7S/mo. Owner financed : Term. enclosed porches. Cozy kitchen. Separate garage.
473.3454. 3/29 tfn LOST Black Female Cocker Spaniel/ Lot .DESK CLERK HOMESTFOR SALE 1354-1 Ac. Ranchette.3 BR, NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKOn 2V5 Ac. located

20 ONE ACRE LOTS In Pleasant Grove August 1 around SR 229A area. Part time ex.l i iperlenced 1'/, BA Home. Mint,condi:: Robert* Rd. off Rd. 14. 3 BR, 2 BA. CHftA. Carport.
$3,500$350 down opprox. $65 per REWARD. Please call 964-4227 or lion $44,500.'Coll TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITt Charming nearly new
mo. Call I 961.5606.7/05 Hn 9645413. Itpd 823IT'S l person. WE BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Morgtages. to see our. 4 brick 3 BR, 2 BA home on 1'10. Ac. Near Country Club

IS ACRES OF LAND Bock of Underwood .But.will train. and also originate home equity loan bedroom, 2 bath home on Great f.. fireplace,,scm'd porch 1850 heated S.P.
Motel. All or part. 964-7184. Itpd 8/23 TIME FOR A CHANGE. In Person '; Coll Liz Langley at 964.5010.8/09 Hn 21.6 ac. Priced of 63000. $65.000. Assum. mtg. oppr. $39.471.
Apply ,
ACRE LOTS FOR SALE at Pleasant Grove IT'S TIME FOR YARBROUGHTo _' I RAIFORO/LAKE BUTLER CBS HOME 3 BR. Term available. .BEAUTIFUL'COUNTRY SETTING Clean 5 ,r. old 2''
Subdivision. Septic tank installed. $500 Represent Watt Bradford Only 1'/ BA.W/W carpet; CHSA; new rang. BR, 1'/ BA. CH/A. Doubl. carport on 3 Ac.
down; $100 a month. Call 964.5606.. Front Desk and refrigerator; utility room; garage;. .W.Now Offer Appraisal ServicesVfNINGl -
And Union Counties! Dlst. 13 .
7/26 tin 1404 sq. ft. on 1 acre near SR 121 and 1AAf *
5-10 ACRE LOTS near Lawtey on Road Pd.Pet.Adv.8/J3 Previous, op Sinclair Rd. 31900. $1,595 dn. By (
125 Call 964.4985.8/16 tinIT'S plicants need not owner 1-755-2251 'or 1752.6238 evenings I lAVE> OUTLAW 96..5.7' liVING CLA'/,Jt M4-7IM
FOR SALE OR RENT Immediate occupancy. 8/16 2tpd CUA COONCV 964.6413 TOMMV CMASTAtN....f3t
opply* MAX Wi SOOTH..5..H7 NOVIS WARD M4-M54
TIME FOR A CHANGE. 8/23 .
fAV'MUUIMS 41)I54J WAY DOUGLAS M4 M'J
IT'S TIME FOR YARBROUGH BUILDING FOR SALE OR RENT 24x64. 'lit E ono Lodge HOME ON,CROSBY LAKE 4 bedroom: JOHN LANOFORD 4ft-mi
Will build for tenant. Have :2 Ac. Will Storke-US 301 NMOTORCYCLES LR; DR, kitchen; dishwasher; carpet: 131 H.Temple Ave.,
To Represent West Bradford Invest. Rt. 301 and 18, 6 mile S. of ., heat & air. 961.6250.6/16 tfn $hI....Fl\12011
And Union Counties Dist 13 Stork. See Tony or call J.K.,- owner 1.B9 ACRES in country with 3 BR; 1'/ BA STROUTREALTY "
Pd: mobile home 18000. Phone 964-4023
Pal Adv S/33 1.813.689-80,11.8/23 4tchg 9/13 BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
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if condition. 3 BR, 1 BATH ON / ACRE 10x20 1ItC0IIP0IA'ftDlIlIOIII Subscribe. I
excellent On
192 SUZUKI workshop, screened ,patio, gardenspot 1d3 W. Call 964.6305
ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. ly has 9.000 mile on It. Asking $900. 9/13
$39,000.964-8417. 4tpd
but negotiable.:Ask for John, 9645879. $ '*''.1931 473-304

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RealtorFormerly VACUUM

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FAULKNER REALTY PINE FORESTaPARTMENTS SALE .

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964-5065 .. .We Finance'OurOwnKIRBYS Located Corner of SR-121

A SR-1H. Wqrthlnaton Sorlnqs

221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone ROYALS 496.3939 462-3068
1.2'3 Bedroom Apfs. "
MonFri.:30 ..Ift. to 5:30 p.m. Soturda 9 P.m. 12 BOOM EUREKASLw I ; '

From $1SO" 'to '297"' HOOVERS
*SPACIOUS OLDER HOME In Lawtey.: Large tree, deep shady porches ELECTROLUX, *Specializing in Farms
*STRAWBERRY ACRES 2 DBl W M/H. 8.5 ft 10 Acre Priced to sell
: QUEENSSEARS '
*TEN ACRES WITH SOME PECAN TREES: Across from lost Valley Campground. ,12 & 3 Bedroom Available Now I I FILTER .and Acreage Building' ; or Mobile Home: Lots ,

*30 ACRES on Hwy 16 West. Some hwy. frontage. """ "
*AUTO GARAGE: Hwy 301 N. Excellent location and nice DW with all the,extra*. 1530 .W. Madison COMMERCIAL '500 down .*72 per month

*THESE TWO PROPERTIES HAVE EXCELLENT OWNER FINANCING: l.J! onosnNar. :' Phono 9644312 ,We repair: all makes

-I 1 Blk. off Hwy 301 N. Nice remodeled 3 BR,. 1 BA on 1 Ac. Now Renting' Mini" Warehouse
AI Young'sSince
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Hwy 100 E. 3 BR, 1 BA CB on 1 Acre.. r '
*HIGHWAY 301 N. FRONTAGE:.4%'.Ac. only 26000. 1957 'Check Our'Rates I

**WATERFRONT HWY 16 E. LOTS.40 Ae. farm with house.; Or will split. '' ';fe'/, : Do-lt-YourtalJ. And $ave, 964-6918 '
: Lovely ? .'f.,1 ', '.55- New' Lsting.J, $ ed d '..
*LARGE 3 BR 2 BA HOUSE on 230. Nice shaded lot. *,. $ $ : -3 Miles north'of
100 ACRE HAMPTON AREA: Only $800.00 per acre. ,' R Starfai utt-iftiMI
*2'/, ACRE TRACT: House or mobile home. 301 N, SsBsssflHHHssssstisSSsWsMMssisisW r r
*3 ACRES with nice house. Farmette on Hwy 329. .t'* Plumbing) SuppliesFrom '
: Janet M .
$ : .
CONERLY 1 Ac. Brick '''
ESTATES: Nice 3 BR. 2 BA on veneer.
*WE HAVE FOUR HAND MAN SPECIALS: Call for details """ Carpet t' : Any r' : $ ,5 ;ScolcJigard I "'

*3 APARTMENT UNITS: Both need remodeling. StarlingRealtor $1' 4 Is
*HAMPTON Ac. form with MH converted to look like house. 69900. Cleaning Avallahle'Bliep
Durrance & HeII
*W. CENTER STREET: House "wrtth two rental apartments. 1,300. Excellent. locationfor ) ... ,
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future development., ,;k 1 v' ', : ; 2Vi.0| Ac.; .'2.00u'ac:. (( Soil ,Exlwtton Is 1 Also Available) '
*SIX ACRE FARMETTE: Good for development on Hwy. 16. Close to p.-laanol'.t.Ji' Purnp&. .S Ae., fy'a frntg, 91"'

*FIVE ACRES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA: Only $13.000. Terms, '-. .. .....-- '.t ,5OO: r Whole. House, Special I, (ui.,pm., Han. a Br..). ...
*3 BR MOBILE HOME: One acre. In country. Owner motivated- to' sell. Priced at'only Supply Co. '- _.;.. 0"-" -' -' .20 Ae.: Cov'd In;' pines, ,

$16,900. ,\ ? ;;?< *WALNUT STREET: lovely old Stark. landmark need restoring. U.S. Ml H.-IM N. T.pIe' 196106'"j OLDER HOME ?'

I1/. ACRE: Beautiful land; with MH. Only 18000. .. Steifce,Florida 3 BR. :3 BA 45000. Furniture Cleaned, (Sof. a chair) . . .'. 4 .
*COUNTRY STORE GROCERY ft GAS: In good location. f REMOTE ,QUIET s.n ":
*8 ACRES in lawtey Area Hwy 301 frontage. /Goad Prlc. '' TING2 BR.;.2 BA.$37.7W). IINot'Dfillghted: # ,D 1'lPay"

*6 ACRE RANCHETTE with pecan tree*. .1. Act 1,750: pe+,ac:, : \
*4 ACRES with lovely new home. Completely furnished.Owner financing. '.ForW tHafr* .3 BR, 2 BA: Country, ,Serving Bradford &.U..npoand. surrounding areas ,

*BUTLER TERRACE: 4 IR. 2 BA ., : WeIt.tPump., .$29900. Florida Carpet Cleaning" & Dye Co.
*HWY 301 S: 38 Acre '" 1)- ;}' ONI.rS ppll" -FEED STORE: $49,000.
*POULTRY FARM: Call for Information. : a And ,.LIQUOR STORE I. "Jcaastd & lnsur..) (Ra....nfe & Cowfrwci )

*25 ACRES on Hwy. 225. t.t'. AND LOUNGE :
? PROFESSIONAL SERVJCES ,OfFERCOSenior
*NICE BUILDING LOT at Earlton Beach. : SfiRVlCE STATION : .;. ,

t *LAWTEY AREAS 107 acre. ,, '$40,000 we ... RI.1. OIBEIRls. .g eat. fe.dfeisS. of will 1e.1I.carpet. f1irIIIIM fJINIt.1'
I *IN TOWN: 2 BR. block. 26000. Excellent financing. WE DIG WEILS ,.3 8R.S25.000 '
1000 ft. Low $*r.. lilt tied.hteile.auto. dgaltmr:1We... Mils... fA c mmerdal contracts. '
*3 BR. 2 BA IN TOWN: Convenient location. Corner lot over Pav'd. : frontage.! '
Citizen pUcount,; .No Mllooge) Charge Free Advice--
.14 *JEHOVAH WITNESS CHURCH Building. 2" to 6" State Ltee/lstlt49 a |L I
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HEIGHTS SHALLOW AND DE..W1LL! PUMPS PVC + lio 1982
REALTY REALTOR pipes and fittings. Water softeners CARPENTER WORKS Remodeling work, Developmental Training Program In Lake Avenue, lake Butler, 496-3978. $..,Q.. Phone ..96.2700.pd
kitchen cabinet and trim Union! County. Secure application\ atIndustrial
R.ntal Property Avellabl. Bryan Ace Hardware Keystone Hg..., carpentry.Reasonable Complete Insurance Service.. TFN. ''8/14-9/6
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Maltord
Call 473-4018 after Complex of ,
ZONED'OR'USINISS_ C.ntralloeatlolt 473-4006 9/24 tfnchg prices. """ 1913 RANGER PICK-UP V-6 engine air
on HWY.21. 850 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 32003. Phone 431-1998. last day foraccepting coml:,./.. .ed. ufn 8/16
sq.rt. S3OO ae AMWAY PRODUCTSi Call to place your REAL ESTATE p
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and 24,
p WHITI SANDS LAKE 2BR./ IBA, CB orders.. Nutrlllte Vitamin. Need extra CARPET AND VINYL Repairs Installations. application Is August LAND FOR .SALE 4 1/4 acre land, 3
hou., Free estimates Ten years 1984.2chg: 8/16 BDRM brick home, I 1/2 BH. On SR
: screened porch Income? Call us for details. '
garage. $325 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LOOKING FOR A SHOAL PIECE OF'
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for ForDevelopmental Phone
238. 496-2326. f-pd 8,3
mo. .73.3671.5/10 HnchgJC PROPERTY? If I don't have It. I'll find
Craig. 5/17 Training Program In
2 I BR,. 1'A BA Mobil. PENNEY CO. Custom tfnchg MALLARD DUCKS Males and females.
Hornet On 1 At.. Big August Union ''It Just ask. JANE S, USHER
HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs, County. Secure application at '
Phone 496-2333 for directions No'
w/alr, heat. $1751'1I0.KIYSTONI Decorating Sale. Up to 50 p.r cent off ;
mobllehome repairs and fix-up need. Industrial Complex of Rallord, P.O. REALTOR 496-2126 or 496-2903 .
call
collect 82330BOAT
: HEIGHTS REALTY Custom v.rtlcal blind.drape.,Call bedspreads 771.6361,and carpet a.k, No job too small. Minor plumbing Bon 368, Ralford Fl. 32083. Phone eves. "Your Union' County Realtor." "., AND. .TRAILER 2-pd ft. Norris Croft,.
_Realtor 4734WGATORBONB for repairs. Cleaning service light haulsin9. ,431-1898.. Last day for accepting ap.' 8/04 tfn 28 hp. Mercury motor and trailer
tAKI2BR:" air i;:: go"h.ot,- 24 Joyc. McGee CUBIC 3tchg 8/9.23 FOOT Call Jim 473-3671 day or.evening. plications Is August 24,.'19 .4.2-chg: $600. Call 496-2386. l-rd 8/23 '
SERVICES"BORMAN
wood .tov. 24x24 great room large ..RIGIDAI.Ir.frlg.ratorfr..a.r.'ld..by"ld. 51'7 Hnchg. 8/16.23 v PERSONAL FURNITURE Couch and chair brown
porch on 3/4 acres.S371 per mo., first, .. Excellent condition. $300or CHILD CARE.. I will care for your child 'In PROCESS MAIL AT HOMBI $75 per hun tweed $150, double bed $60 dinette
last and deposit. 1-629-3087 8/16tfnchg best off.r. 475.2186.1tpd8/23 my home. 473.33<42. 2tchg 8/16-23 .' dredl) No experience. Part or 'lull WELL AND SEPTIC TANK. $29 roll-o-woy bed $9. Pow.11'.
FURNISHED MOBILE HOME_ KUNDALINI YOGA Great physical exercise time Start Immediately. Details- 4" wells, 496-3377., '
1 Bedroom. SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2 Vi miles Package d.al1" or water '-pd 8/23
1 bath. Single party or couple only. No east of Melros. Azalea sale, 90 cents and meditation for total relaxa send self-addressed stomped pump., new Installation of septic
.pets. Keystone H.IgM-M.Ir6s. area, each: $5 limit. 479-1639 8/16tfnchg tion. Sat Nom Singh Khalsa 473-3760 .nv.lop. to C.R.I. 6092 P.O. box tank., drain fields and lift stations. ,
823MINTING 3149, Stuart FL 33 495. 8/23.9/13 FOR RENT
Itpd <
Lakefront, private drive $175 p.r PUPPY FOR SALE- F.mal., mixed Mobile home pole. available. All
month plus d.posit.'Coll.ct Jackson' three fourth fourth Interior and exterior JOBS OVERSEAS Dig money fast work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- ,
hotkey ono
Reference. Phon.473.15171tchg 8/23 $20,000 to$50.000 plus per year.Call "
vile 725-8945 UFN 9/1
2tchg 8/23.30 man 279-2191.
shepherd.4 Mo.All shots.$25 473-2730 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING
CHILD CAM I will babysit In tome. 1.,6..82.1500. Ext. 24018. 2_pd
I I BEDROOOM DWELLING n.wly 1tpd3/23 my NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal MACHINES FOR RENT Union County
decorated kitchen furnished celling GRAPES- U-Plck. Lilly's' Vineyard and Monday-Friday. Mother of two. 8/73-30 COMPANIONFor and pruning. Also firewood oak and Times, 150 Main Street lake Butler.
.. fan Smith lake $200 month Located b.tw..n Metros and DEPENDABLE LIVE-IN pine for sale. Call Thomas Nettles
access
a Gourd Museum Look for the big sign. Butler. Phone 496-2261 for Information TFN
475.2528 2tchg elderly ladle near Lake
plus $200 deposit. Reference Hiway 100 Florahome. 639-2121. Keystone Heights. Good Call 1.372.1953 4963823. ufn 1222WI MOBILE HOME 3 BDRM, I 1/2 Br, with
473-3857 Itpd 8/23 8/23-8/30 pay. DO COMPLETE REMODELING SERVICE '
4tchg8/16-9/6 .Gainesville. 12 X 16 add-on 12 X 12 utility
fg GENEVA LAKE ESTATES$425 per AIR CONDITIONER Hotpoinl, 14,000 ; send New trim lob and subcontracting building with washer/dryer hookup
.... month; first and last, 3 big BR, 2 baths, BTU 200 AMP Like New $300 call MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS MAKE MONEY addressed AT HOME! Details P.B.S. for free' estimates call Walter 9 X 12 pump hours Fenced Yard.
fireplace, brok.r, 479-2647 2tchg stamped envelop Smith at Smith Trim Services: Phone
473-2698. 196.2842.2chgB16.33LAROI
8/23 :
Itpd Dept. A, Rt. 8, Box "4SO-P lake City
8/23-8/30 COW AND CALF Call 473-2997 Itpd ANONYMOUS Closed Fl., 496.2<436. 4-chg 8/18-9/6 FRAME HOUSE One block Southof
I SWAN LAKE ESTATES- $340 per month 8/23 meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open'meetings 32055.2-pd 8/23.30 CHILD CARE IN MY HOME ANY HOURS Courthouse on Lake Street In lake
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first and' lost 2 BR w/den swimming SNARE DRUM Like new Ludwig "begin'nlng Friday1 p.m. Alanon Monday """ Phone 4311976. ,.1-pd 8/23 Butler.. Contact Dwit Knight Box
acces* to Lak. Swan no pet, Broker band" set Includes snare drum 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational YARD SALE 509; Madison Georgia 30650 or call
479-2647 2tchg 8/23.8/30 with stand practice pad, carrying 'ulldlng.Community Church 473-2790 FOR RENT 40(.3<42.2199 after 6:00 p.m.2-rchg

e UNFURNISHED 2 BR- 2 bath house onImmokol. ca., 2 sets sticks and beginning bond or 4752130. tfnchg YARD SALE Stereo w/8-track. television 8/23-30 .
I::: .. Rd overlooking Lak. music books. $130 479-2077 Itpd 8/23 OVfcRIATERS ANONYMOUS. No dues, swivel rocking -chair w/loot FURNISHED MOBILE. HOMES 2 and 3 BDRM APARTMENT $125 mth. Phone

i!: Brooklyn. Refrldgerator .stove, A/C COLOR TV $30 K.O. heater $30 l.S. fees or weigh Ins. Open meetings stool winter coats, cloth's and otherhousehold BDRM for long term rental. Central 496-2179 ,or Inquire at 420 SW 3rd
h.at.r, ,dishwasher, disposal all couch $25. Golf clubs $29. pther Items' Tuesoy's, 7:3O p.m. Community Church Items. Sat, Aug. 25... heat/air, Clean Playground laun Ave. Lake Butler. I-pd B/23 i
I! carp.td'Avatlabis September 1. call 473-3897 Itpd 8/23 Educational Building Keystone 0:00: -untlll. Robert COlOn home at the dry. Near RMC' FSP. BTU etc Car. ("
473-3007 2tchg 8/23-8/30 and Dark. 4732790. thr 7/26tfnchg pools. No pets. Phone 496-2366 In
GRAPES YOU PICK light Heights. pd Intersection 121 and 237. chfl8/23:
I. FURNISHED 1 BR-Cottage by lake Win. Longneckers take SR-26 2 miles east of SILL OR TRADE. Yamaha Console Piano. .. Lake Butler. 4-chg 8/23.9/13 't

e. nott $115 p.r month. Part electricity' HWY. 301, then North, 13/4 miles. See excellent condlton for a horse of equal I. _
? Included. Weekdays 1-737-6256, .. From Melrose 4 miles west th.n value. Piano priced at $1300. Call AdsWANTED
Weekends 475.28071tchg 8/23 13/4 miles north. Open Monday 473-2183 473-7947 tfnchg 7/26 Starke

!!>i COMPLETELY FURNISHED. September ] Saturday 8 a.m. -6 p.m., Sunday 2:30 PAC RAT' Buy Sell and trade. Used fur
a' June 1, 2 bedroom cottage on Lake 6:30.: 475-1131 or 473-2702 Itchg 8/23 nlture. appliances household It.m., '
.... Wlnnott. $275 p.r month Weekdays WASHER AND DRYER N.w d.lux. collectable. glasswar( old jewerly; _FOR RENT'_ PERSONAL SERVICES
a=: ,1.737.6256'We.kends' 475-2807 finance. 7/26 ,
Itchg Whirlpool. $679 cash or will tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg
C:. LAKEFRONT KSH AREAi 3 BR, 2'' BA.CH4A. 173.37221 Itpd 8/23 TOUR ISRAEL. 10 day, First class, very AXLES B TIRES Two axles and four tires. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. .SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED AI
Large shaded lot. All op.pliant. IS FT COW Tilt trailer 55 H.P. reasonable, reliable, Christian group Highest price paid. Green's. Welding Mobile homes and spaces for rent. makes cleaned oiled and aduted|
a\\ ... $37S/mo. Call 473-3573; or1.743.3066.8161tchg Johnson 1100. ((Hutchison Road) Ocala 1-546-2167 or 1.622.5700 2tpd Shop. 301 South. Starke. Fl. 964-5007. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone $19 Work guaranteed Jamei

9/06 473-7321 Itpd 823HOUSES ____ 8/23.8/30 11/03 tfnchg .68.2912.9/16 tfn Strickland corner Morgan Rd. ant
ONE YEAR OLD HOME 3 BR i'/t BA.CHBA MAKI MONEY AT HOMB- Detail. send I AXLES K TIRESi For mobile"' homes. Olln's MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT.. One mile Hwy. 16. Stark. 12/29 tfn
FOR SALE stamped addressed envelope, P.B.S. i Mobil Home Sales, 'Call. 964-5606.. from Starke city limits Clean. Hwy. 16 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free
located In Clay Co.On ,
on.acr.
f" : Rt. Box 450-F Lake City, Fl.
Dept. A., 8. 10/13 HIT'RELIABLE W. Call 468-1323.10107 tfn. estimates Handy-Man Fence Co.
tree covered lot w/fenced-ln backyard. WINDING ROAD AND WOODS- Off 32055 2tpd 8/23-8/30 MIDDLE AGED' WOMAN CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent, On Owner Tommy Reddish* 964-8559.3/29

$3SO/mo. Anytime, call 473-7272 Bellamy-bewteen K.y.ton., and retired couple to live, In and take care, Hwy. 16 W. Close to'' prison. Call tin
479-13B7..or,759-4920. 8/16 2tchg 8/23 Bostwlck In Georges Lake area. MinI YARD SALE' of two elderly men.. light housework, 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size.

farm; 300 x 130 all chain link fenced- ,'cooking, driving. Salary plus room and STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly Also have quilts for sale. Aorted

5 WANTED 4BR 3BA Old.r doublewld Outbldge. MOVING'SALE Friday and Saturday, board.. Call 431-1304, 8/16 tfn. roles Palms Apartments 1. N.,Temple site and designs. Betty Hlldebrand,
i Well lots of ..tra..r. dy to move, in. roto-tlller,'wood-stove, 2 Ave 7/28: tfn : 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg '
Took,
SECRETARY TAKING A VACATION or $30,000 3tpd 0/9-23 i new of SR-100 IrS TIME FOR A CHANGEIT'S -' BRIGHT; SUNNY ROOM with bath. Oppotlte WANT TO DRINK
the
heaters. On
some on. sick in the office. I will fill In. STANGRIALTY.INC,, .. gas and SR26. Itpd 8/23 corner TIME FOR YARBRO UGH Starke Post Office, Must see,to THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS, '
for Call 473-2898 after 6'p.m. REALTON MLS Affordable rotes. '
you. appreciate. WANT, TO STOP
YARD SALE 9 a.m.5; West Bradford
Saturday p.m.
To
Good references tfn 1.388-2<450 Represent ROOM FOR RENT BY' THE MONTH THAT'S OURS
Some collectibles. few antique SR-21 ., And Union Counties! DIM. 13 Swimming pool Maid service, Alcoholic.Anonymous
and SE 84th Av. 2.miles north: ; ofMelres. .
HELP WANTED 1.Lid.e23 linens Included. Restaurant and lounge
MOBILE HOMES .. Follow signs. Itpd 8/23 pd. '." Included. 564.4159444.5494.964.3434ALANON '
Utilities
MANUGACTURE REPfor gifts, clocks, FRIDAY, SATURDAY' north AND SUNDAY'. 'on$300/mo.premises Free parking. Econo Lodge. of FAMILY GROUP:
of Keystone ,
Road
I' novelty Items. Full time or part time. 178 MOBIL HOME 12x60. 2 BR, .1.*. Gaslln '4:3O BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Starke, 9647600. 9/03 tfn ',''.6219
SR21. 9
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Territories available In Fl.. GA ALA both Central 'H/A. ,$7,500 473-7049 Heights : .. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 pd thru 8/16

S.C., MISS. Must have good transporta 2tpd 8/23-8/30 i ss .. BA apt. For more Information. 'call Lake BOOKKEEPING' SERVICE! Reasonable
+!'<: tion. Apply to P.O. Box 373 Keystone -. ... .... Butler Apt.., 496-3141. Equal Opportunity rat... Phone 964-8988. 7/19 tfn
ii: : Heights.' FL. 32656 2tpd 8/16-23 Subscribe I -w-_-. ......-.__-. OWN A BEAUTIFUL CHILDRENS SHOP Hou.lng. 6/7 tfnchg HOME-MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE

BABY-SITTER- our home. Infant and '. ; Offering the latest" 'In fashions SMALL RESTAURANT, For .Lease. Got a leak: In the roof,or hole In th.
old. hours per day. Mondl'/'-Fri Skin.Sh H. lthT.x. Ixod. Levi lee, Jordoche, 964-7184, Itpd 8/23 floor? Your Jicjht ..doetn't work? You
year day 473-7909 1 tehg 8/23 '> : Keystone Heights/ : The p Onto, Buster Brown 'ond ",on.l'r.. "' BE. V BATH HOUSSi A/C.Kitchen', need a lock on the door? We fix all this
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473-2210: WI BUY tNMUStTNETTtES Furniture'and accessories by Gerber equipment. Preferred ,couple 'only, and''much more. Augutti Special on
.', tondtNod-A-Wof. $14,900.00 Includes "68.2339'.8lfn- ; .e"EtlimateWYtoll w
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eases: as v7i43Jhtnnotl9vni'. \i"'I.. { : ope'ntftj p SV; ".p. $165.. CaW Tiffl 8, r II'
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;a. '. 1 ....'1 '.. tfge Fashions ((301)'3-* -832t ,.....

11// eve Broadway ..
8/23' LAK1I'Ejri ON. '
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'1980 PINTO STATIONWAGEN. Low. I TREE TREE SERVICE OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR, 3 BR. 2 BA.CH4A. Large shaded lot. All HOUSECLEANING! Price .t\.go. Call
mileage, excellent condition 473-7962, Ladles Apparel Combination, 'Ac. appliances. $37S/mo. Call'473-3373 or 964-4793. 8/09Itch9 8/20
: 2tchg 8/16-23 SERVICE Removal cessories, large Size' ;Star.. National '1,743.3066.816 4tchg 9/06 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 9 days a
1978 FORD RANCHERO Plck-up, Green brcffidi' ; Jordache, Chic; Lee, Levi, ON KINGSLEY LAKE; 2 BR, 1 BA Furnished week Call 964.8396.8/09 4lpd 8/30
and whit. Loaded Including Air and" Tree removals. Trimming Vanderbilt, Ixod Esprit Brittania house. Garage., No 'children; no, WI BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Mortgage.
Cruise control. $3,000.964-7214 ltpd.rc .Also. pruning demossIng. Stump' Removal Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente Evan pets: $300 mo. plus $ISO security and also originate home equity loons.

\ I Firewood Picon.. Clalborne, Members*, Only. deposit. 533-2789, Lan. 49. Itchg 8/23 Coll Liz Langley at 964-9010, 8/09 tfn.

--. 1_ FIREWOOD Organically Grown HealthTex 700 SMALL 2 BR HOMEi Air conditioned and NEED MONEY FAST We loan money on
Over 100 Chonn.l. Oak Pin* *. Free Estimate others, $7.900 to $24.900 Inventory, carpet stove, t refrlg. No children;,no anything of value (no guns). All loans
Free Delivery' 473-4732 airfare', training fixture'grand open. pets. $200 per month. 96<4.8602. confidential. We buy scrap gold and
: CARLSONHome S Licensed Insured Ing etc. Can open IS days. Mr. Keenan SPACIOUS BR; 2 BA HOMI with central silver, Direct'' on' Hwy SOT, Lowtey.
Syst.msh c. e Quality WorkThomas Afte'r'. 5 P.M. ((309)) 678-3639.'Hpd 8/23 olr/h_. 1512 East Call St. lots of 782.3702.8/16 2tchg 8/23
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: Home Ioow.K.yton.Haights D. NettlesOwner. Keystone' Heights Subscribe' Today storage. No pets. Call 96<4-5827. 8/23 COURTNEY'S SCHOOL OP DANCE, doss
Hwy. 4tchg 9/13 In classical ''ballet, polnte., tap
: 190<.73.2666\ '496-3823 Licensed 'ICONCRETE.I .BRADFORD COUNT FURNISHED APART-
ONE BEDROOM acrobatic. Boys and Girl., ages 4 Yrl.and .
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Freedom of ChoJcjL- TELEGRAPH MINT' No pets or,drunk. Inquire at up. To register, call 473-7797.
( ,o 46305GRAPES> Tackle Box,,341 N. Temple Ave Itpd Class begins Sept. 8. Itchg 8/23:

.8/23 BABYSITTING IN MY HCMI( With lots of.

Home for Sale .. ON KINGSIEY LAKSi Mobile Home year TIC ''Any age;,, dany or weekly.
I ly. Air central heat. No pett. Call 96<4-8<407. Itpd 8/23 .
'Owner Financing.Qualified Buyer Ill. TOGO 'YOU PICK 533-2366. 8/23 tfn PRESCHOOL LEVEL ACE CROUPSl Basic
NEW OFFICE SPACE. Call 961.8721.8/23
Muscadines, learning recreation 'and activitiesschedule.
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..' Features: Brick. 3 ;Bedroom Home, t ) J & ScuppernongsLook LARGE WAREHOUSEi Great location for Aid. 96<4.5610. Itpd 8/7J

Baths Family Room, double carport, inside For.Sign* auction house, etc. 708 N. Walnut St. JAMES C. NUGENT. ELECTRICAL. CONTRACTORS .

utility room. CH/A. Fenced rear yardwutility 1/2,yd. -I 3/4 yd, : 'LILLY'* VINEYARD.i'GOURD COVE 964-7693.HOUSE Itpd 2 BR.8/23 1 BA North. 301.' Par. Service. 964-4824.Mobile Itchg home 823IIL polo 24-Hr.

building. 2400 total square feet. MUSEUM dolly furnished. $22S/mo. Security 'S SAW SHOP Complete sharpening

N.E. 9th Avenue. Lok Week $229. Call Tiffin Owens, Inc. service circular hand carbide, chain
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Butl r. 'Hwy 100 Florahome EFFICIENCY APARTMENT One BR, 301 balanced, leave at Jackson Building

I Call 496-2948 or 694-6610 (Ocala) Hwy 100 West Keystone. Heights '12 MI. E.of Key.tone. N.One mile North of Starke city limits. Supply In Stark., Keystone Heights' or.

( Residence of Bernlce Holmes ----' 659-2121 $149/mo. plus $100/seC. dep.. Call Tif. lake Butler TFNchg
c fin ft. Owens Inc. 96<4.5065. Itchg. 8/23 GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows: '
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