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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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predicted by Supervisor of Elections Waters., I
r Neva Flynn for the Tuesday, 4,
("y ,,. Sept. Mitchell Brown, seeking the
Democratic primary. District 1 county commission seat '

That is a rather poor' turnout for held by Lawrence Mosley, said some .
Bradford County which has turnedout 'people have asked him about
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as high as 80 percent. There are drainage,roads, and a few about' the .
.6,845 Democrat voters in the county, gas tax.
.. meaning about 3,422 will probably go The county's 4-cent per gallon gas
\ to the polls TuesdayNo tax, however, apparently has not
1 stirred the public as commissioners .
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iTornado'arsity bids for office will be offered at the political rally and fish fry to be held"" .' ,

Friday, Aug. 31; at the Theressa: Community Center ,; ;,

Cheerleaders Sponsored jointly by the Theressa Volunteer Fire Department and the '... .
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Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee, the rally will begin '
These '9114-8$ varsity cheerleaders at Bradford High will get their firSt Second row: Dianne, Wood, Stacey Reddish. ; Trade Clark MrUnle at 7:30: and will be preceded by a fried fish supper starting at 6 p.m.
chance to cheer a Tornado team Friday night in Palatka at the pre-season, Wood. Sherry llerndonRobin Hersey. Donations for supper will be$2.50 for adults and $1.50 for children All net
football jamboree in Palatka. They are (l-r>: Tornado cheerleaders, both varsity and junior varsity; h'avejbeen work- proceeds will be for support of the Theressa VFD .
ing all summer to prepare for the H4-H5 season.. Both vquatls won first
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Front row. Kim Brown, Tammy Morrow, Polly Jrlffis. Erika Gruen, place in their division in the dance routine competition1 this. past July In will be heard in the order their names will appear present on the printed<<; ballot., ,
Terri Fender, and Orlando.
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EPA wants back the $1 million it Crosby and Brown, but it appears mayor said the information can be vironmental Proection Agency, was
gave the City of Starke to pay for that is what is coming. sent to Florida's U.S. senators Sen. requiring the city to have: a from i;
Paula Hawkins and Sen. 'Lawton to of effluent
367-acres of the old airport propertyon "I've heard a lot of different system dispose
US-301 south a Bradford jury stories," veteran commissionerSilcox Chiles, and Rep. Don Fuqua. The city the, its sewerage treatment plant.
awarded landowner Fred Mueller in said, "Before we start spen- can ask that they intervene with Idea was to spray the effluent on the
a condemnation suit four years ago. ding money..*." Silcox pointed out he EPA on the city's part but the of- ground instead .of dumping It into
City commissioners have approved was in Atlanta at the regional EPA ficials will have to know the facts of Alligator Creek Engineers chose
spending up to $1,000 for city at- office when EPA agreed to a one- the problem before they, can do the old airport as the best spray irrigation -
anything effectively,Crosby argued. site, and the city condemned -
torney Terry Brown to prepare a year delay. Did the city' follow
comprehensive step-by-step through on that? Silcox asked, what Silcox asked"What can they' do? the property.
preliminary report on the problem. has been done? Take the chairs?" Before the spray irrigation system
City commissioners want to be certain Very little, said attorney Brown: "They can Impound the city's could be built, EPA, 'came under the ,I
they have a real problem before because a month later the city federal revenue sharing funds,"said'' influence of the Republican ad- t + r;} e ,fkI i Ii
Crosby. "We're going to lose that ministration of President Ronald
spending more, they indicated. received an EPA request for a land ,
"EPA is reneging on a couple of appraisal. Brown said EPA had ap-- before long, anyway," Silcox Reagan. EPA .then decided the j
things they said they'd do in life," prarently forgotten about the delay. replied, asking for attorney Brown's', spray irrigation system, which j
Mayor Jimmy Crosby told Starke EPA attornies notified him, recommendation. would have cost more millions, was
commissioners at their Aug. 21 Brown said, of an inability to get "We know what's coming down' unnecessary, and that the efficiency
meeting reporting on the on-going their bosses to agree to any settle- the pipe. It's best to be prepared," [of the city's treatment plant could be i
issue. Crosby and' city attorney ment short of repaying $1 million, the attorney answered. A political improved and the effluent could be,
Terry Brown informed council with the alternative being going to decision is best, but the worst must ''safely put into;Alligator: Creek,as .
members EPA had, by telephone court. Brown said the city has no be assumed, or the city may lose In. the city has been doing for years.

formed Brown that no settlement'' choice but to prerpare to do battle November when it should win,. So, an $721,000 improvement program y h,. r.
can be worked out short of the city with EPA over the issue. Brown pointed out. was carried out. A new ,
repaying the $1 million. Mayor Crosby recommended the The council finally approved, 4jl digester converting the treatment
Crosby advised the, council it commission direct attorney Brownto with councilman Vernon 'Silcox, ;plant from a anaerobic' to aerobic
should prepare to go through the ad- do initial case work looking dissenting, up to $1,000 for a ,bacteria, which digest sludge faster
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and then to the court system. Crosby asked for a blow-by-blow account Brown thinks will take two or three $'$; !: Since the early 70's EPA and the
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Reluctant to act without more In- of the city's dealing with EPAon days to prepare. < 't$ {.City have combined for sewer
formation, Commissioner Vernon the city's sewerage treatment r ', system work totaling some $2.5
Silcox asked if the city is being sued problem, condemnation suit,and the Background... ( million, EPA contributing 75per.\ i
for the $1 million? No; admitted discussions with EPA since The Four years ago EPA,the U.S. Ent\ ,scent,! the city 25 percent.

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Johnny Johnson asked to locate a '.' ?Albert W Ranson Sr. received
The Bradford 10-mile radius of the location. He is ,
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Board to allow buying the land from'Jack Courtnay. dies! repair shop on SR-229 in Plea- permission to place a mobile.home '
approved a request a sant Grove. He said itt. would .not''. ';on )his two and a half acres on SE r
shopping center near the intersect "There is a definite need for a become a junk yard. \43rd Street.' v "
tion of SR-21 and SE 43rd Lane shopping center in that area and 1haven't I ?< The' monthly zoning report for
(Speedville Road) near Midway: heard a single objection to Zoning Director L.M. Gaines saida August indicated 52 building permits.

Ronnie Newman, who plans to buy the location," Newman said. fence would have to be erected' ., .valued at $622,300. Permits ,were
the 10.7 acres, said he wants to bringin He said water and sewer facilities before the business'could opens. .issued for eight single-family dwellings .... ,
a major',grocery store and six would need to be located on the site. Maxie 'Carter Jr. ''received 'ap- < valued at $350,000; 14 mobile '. \,
retail shops. Three other zoning requests were proval to place a used car lot on U.S.'i i; homes costing $115,800; 25 additions; ...
Newman said surveys indicate also approved by the board Tuesday 301 just south of the Starke. city x far. $90,300 and five commercial "
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that about 28,000 people live within a night. limits, ;ij.hl.;)buildings>>,< worth $66,200. Getting to Know .You.., ;

New student Penny, Stivers gels,'.acquainted with bu*driver' Alta :Mae '' ::'';

I Commissioners Struggle to Cut BudgeoverageStruggling : ', : Asallox-Setting" on a big school I bus In'a' thrill' "forkinergartnersndthey''ejiN' | i. ','j')!jj J\>:,: "I' ""

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to find places to cut expenses 8, after Tuesday's Democratic final business before the upcoming : dime cutting by Commissioner Max.- .... '. '"' ,,....;.,t",,::'i :';1 .J,
Bradford county commissioners primary elections. At that meeting a election.Attention was also drawn to ; ie Carter Jr.. Mosley argued he was I ;.
trimmed $57,350 from the tentative budget and federal the Auburn vs. Miami football game ., .. trying to find places to cut and that
$4.2 million proposed 1984-85 budgetin revenue sharing expenditures must televised Monday night, and they; the little items would add up; ; ;: > ''SchooloP nin TSiO'1?* I .
a two-hour-plus work session Mon be approved. teased CPA Pat Farnsworth about': i Budget requests' 'exc eded j ;

day night, Aug.27, Commissioners argued Monday wanting to go home and watch thevgame. ;; available funds ,bv some ,.$325,000'' .; .' ,.',. ., ,' t"'Wt,, ,'">> I, ''r
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j ,Harmon P. Morgan, Former School Superintendent, Dies Some 3.804 students are in school having l is the long days at'ouhyirit4 O \ "
this week with the cpunt: expected: to schools caused by the longer day at 1
Harmon P. Morgan, Sr., school Morgan is best known for con when teachers were poorly paid""ud'more ] .'!>!.Petersburg}; a; brothe '.Ernest E: go up to the expected: :3.R34) after the BrudfirdHighBuseabeginarrivin g 1",.(.. r "t: ''I ,
superintendent of Bradford County :solidating over 40 rural schools in <, than half lived outside the 'Morgan of Jacksonville, and,,two Labor Day,holiday Monday; Sept4.' ,at, Lawte ',JiUe-.; o1T3O:: a.m..and the< j"t," ; .
I for 20 years;;died Saturday, Aug. 25, the county down to the present county. <{'-, ," .grandchildren., Despite the ,rain opening day last oh* leave ij.'at( :):: points ; Jo' : ;
seven and for his adept handling of Born Jan: 5,1014 in > ,and ,wt Principal Buddy raferson. \
in University .General Hospital at < Hampton Thursday Aug; 23, the students I'I: ,'"?{ \-.i: ..'\
Seminole, FL, of cancer.: the school board he served under. Morgan was a lifelong.resident of, ; Funeral! aetvleu were held teacher all cooperated for.a'very s" 'w. vc iI ( the( lien kid4 arjn7s\ >d*' '." \,"' s; ': ;
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Morgan .70. became schoof' vwhen kchools received much less Army Air Force during World Wwr' > DeWitt C.:cones Funeral Homes in principals report; There have been Connie Clark at Ha rmrtwi' EUnncuClary. {",", .' ., '
superintendent In.1949 when he beat ,funding_Morgan'continually had to II and attended the Madison Street; I Stark with Rev Robert Gillis of the usual bus load problems, but wjitouukc abfutlike taetr''lI t 1 : II'
Arthur McRae, and served until 1968' juggle' finances to purchase enough Baptist Church >.J" :+ when he retired with over 30 years supplies to make it to the end of the Survivors include his son,.Harmon Cemetery 'under the direction of lions Director Lennard Register.1IIi .. ,' < 'fI,S L ooi'..", I.4h\ ,." ri. ," \ T. '
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from P8f.\1JM, i. lurped a dorse either candidate.t v'k (frompaiVi/t ,'ft',,,>" ,(, t; 1ent8. The- "
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margin. and Duncan made their '
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i common for residents to '84, however.and is. If the one elected did not get before the meeting, and' the 2-hour Indications are the board will look Bradford Volunteer' Fire Dept. +\
sit down for a cool drink aa they redirect that to left In, an in-
session some was
It's another friendly no-issue race, the, endorsement, he would always Into the Transportation Trust Fundto $2,500 request
sweat their way around. There are with Griffis coming by Monday have that In the back of his mind $275,000. find deeper cuts to bring the crease of $1,200. New River Vol FD \;
stories about the usual mean dogs night's County budget workshop to when dealing with the teacher union, The$100,000 for the Santa Fe Com- budget into line. The TTF budget is will get$2,450,up$450.Hampton was !
and an occasional resident who asksa cut back to its 8344 level of $1,000, j i
shake hands with the commis- Francis said. munity College center in Starke re- one the commissioners have the
candidate to leave his property. sioners, Including Carter. Both candidates have master's mained in the budget after Monday most control over. and Brooker Vol FD was cut back to. j
School board candidate Charles session. Commissioners Many line items in the new budget its prior year level $1,200. Theresa J
"It's so quiet is scares me, says degrees. Francis has 27 years experience night's have in-
Francis recalls a dog the same coloras Grifis, who has 56,000 layers on his compared to Duncan's 11. little hope they can fund the large request nr ptvw ntnriesSocial Security and and Heilbronn, both active and j 1
the floor of a front( porch. The dog but have far been rettrenwnt.'COmmissioners left intact volved In building programs, were
Griftis Loop poultry! farm. Both have been principal of the high so reluctantto
leaped, Francis leaped backward, school. Duncan is currently BHS cut it. Privately, commissionerssay the five percent salary increase. given$3,300 up$2,300.Theressa had'.
and the dog's chain caught about a want to the The budget also reflects the 2 71 per requested$132,58. ..
principal.Francis Is in the county office they support projectbut
foot from Francis' face.Clerk's Dist & Commission.., cent Increases at mid- ,
as personnel director. see the county making some typeof pay given Cut $9,500 county"oncemeCI!
Race" Homer dart won the Dist 5 county in-kind contributions rather than year. the Bradford .. : I
; rsnraiss.on; seat in .980 by 24 votesin Dist. 13 State House... contributing money this year In Monday night's action the commission Citizens, who will, get the same'I
Incumbent county clerk Gib a srcond primary race with s.: / Cutting the $100,000 request would ::. $8,000 as last year. ,. .
Brown, 66, is being challenged by \vubur.S'at-rs, : Incumbent Dist. 13 Rep. ''George'Crady .
political newcomer Harold Davis, Waters, 35, is back this election. D-Yulee,, is challenged by iii. 'J,!J
50, an Insurance agent and former Waters led a 5-way in the first Baker County's Ed Yarbrough, a I
federal loan and. saving association primary In 1980 by nearly 700 votes. former 3-term sheriff.
employee. But Hart came on strong in the se- The race has been heating up at
Brown is a 14-year veteran. He cond primary.Blake rallies in Union County. Yarbrough,.
first ran in 1970 against Republican Hamilton, 30, mayor of 58, has termed Rep. Crady "a ReElectIMaxieCarter
Inman Green who had been appointed Brooker for the past six years, is the toothless bear." Yarbrough says the
to serve as clerk upon the third man in the Dist. 5 race. Dist 13 representative should be the
death of Charles Darby in October Hart, 53, self-employed as a champion for the prison systems and
1969. Randy Johns, Darby's son-in- farmer and has a commercial for North Florida farmers. Yar-
law led that 5-way race in the first custom spreader service, is the only brough runs a 150-employee<< security Jr.j]
primary by over 300 votes but incumbent commissioner to vote agency, and Is a farmer. He says he ,
Brown, a former service station against the 4-cent per gallon county wants to "...bring back recognitionto ,
operator, won a hard-fought second gasoline tax. Hart says he'd vote rural countieswhich need
primary victory by 56 votes over the against it again, that the commis- strong, effective leadership.
younger Johns, then beat appointive sion, should cut other places to pay With .Yarbrough on the attack,
incumbent Inman Green in the for improving county roads. Rep. Crady recorded some of Yar- .
General Election of 1970 by over Waters, a woodchipping producer, brough's speeches, and began to Your County Commissioner- Dist 3 0
1,000 votes. says he's finding more support thanin counter the charges, saying if the J
1980. Waters employes 14 in his record is examined that Nassau,
Dist. 1 Commission... woodchipping business, 12 from Baker, Union, and Bradford coun-
ties have received assistance Experienced Qualified Sincere )
Incumbent Dist. 1 Commissioner Bradford County. His priority is is
roads and drainage. many ways.
Lawrence Mosley is being challenged -
by Lawtey insurance agent Mit- Hamilton, the youngest political Crady, with a reputation a
chell Brown. candidate at 30 and the grandson of representative who comes when 1
former County Commissioner Zedra needed or requested to, rebutted ..JI
would Mosley not, run 35, again.earlier Commissioner declared he Hamilton, farms in Bradford and charges he was not the major Bill. sponsor I have been active in civic and community affairs all of my :
Maxie Carter Jr. disagreed, saying'the Alachua Counties with his fatherinlaw of the Prison Impact Crady .
closer the election came the N.T. Thomas. Their primary refuted statements that he voted adult life i
more Mosley would want to run. A crop is 85 acres of tobacco. against the Child Abuse Bill. He p t tI
$100 bet ensued,and Carter ended Things look good now, Hamilton voted for HB-988, the child abuse '
$100 richer. up says. To start with, he was given no bill. He voted against SB-230, a I have served on all committees of the board
Senate bill which would have
Mosley, owner-operator of Mosley chance, Hamilton says, but now has allowed -
".. shook ," and is the state to license church day
.got everybody up
Tire Co. on US-301 south of
beat 16-year veteran Dave Shufordfor Starker coming on.Superintendent's. care centers.Crady said he is Opposeed I have served as chairman, currently vice-chairman
the Dist. 1 seat in 1980 by 650 to goverment interfering with
Race... religion.
votes.Brown, 52, challenged Shuford in A very quiet battle for superintendent Currently serving 2nd term on state wide rural affairs commit,

1976 when Shuford won in the first of schools is taking place between U.S. House Race.... .
primary over he and V.L' Starling. two well-liked veteran ad tee. .
Twenty-two year incumbent of the, /
Trying again, Brown is stressing ministrators.Jim !
.drainage and roads, and pointing to Duncan, 43, has been aimingat U.S. District 2 House of Representatives '
the county gasoline tax. the top school post for several Don Fuqua faces challenges' I have been aware that the office belongs to you and that you, ;
Mosley, who grows grapes on the years. Francis, 52, decided to run from a lady Tallahassee lawyer Kim:' '
side, voted for the gas tax and now when Supt. Tom Casey announcedhe O'Connor and Eugene A. (Gene) are allowing me to serve in this important position. :
heads the Road Stinson. '
county Department, would not.Francis I
and is a former chairman of the says he looked at the'pecking Fuqua Is endorsed by The
commission. order and thought he would Tallahassee Democrat,which stated* I am asking for your continued support, I will be forever 'j
In the editorial endorsing Fuqua that'IJ
like to be superintendent if he can.
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Dist 3 Commission... Duncan is endorsed by the Brad- his two.opponents offer no real alternatives grateful. 1
Incumbent Dist. 3 county commis- ford Education Association, but considering -
Fuqua, D-Altha, is chairman of
that only 15 BEA members
sioner Maxie Carter Jr. is in his se-
cond Lawrence term,Griffis and poultry is challenging farmer dorsement made the decision lightly., is taking the en- Technology the U.S.House Committee.Science U.S. Dist and 2 VOTE FOR MAXIE CARTER, JR. SEPTEMBER 4thPD

covers some 23 north Florida coun- POL ADV
Carter a second time. Francis,who has been involved in
bargaining against the BEA team, ties reaching across the top of the
Carter, 55, won the District 3 seat
in 1976 over Ralph Bryan. In 1980 he recommended that the BEA not en-. state. -

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REVENUE SHARING FUNDS'\ 5th District ] .;, >,<./

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In the past few weeks, I have had the pleasure of meeting and talking to large '

NOTICE is hereby given that the Town ,numbers of the citizens of Bradford.County. However; with only a' few weeks to nq,\:
work and almost seven thousand registered voters in Bradford County is almost /'; .1

to Which brings' us to the of this letter to introduce J \ 'd
Council- of the Town of Brooker, Florida, impossible myself.see everyone. purpose .' r

I am BLAKE HAMILTON and I am running for the County Commission Seat inv ....
will hold the
a public hearing on proposed District 5. To my old friends and acquaintances I would like to say thanks for your .1

of Federal Revenue Funds encouragement and support. To my new audience I.would ask you to consider me :. 1 :
use Sharing as the man for the County Commission Seat in the 5th District. "', '1

My Qualifications: A native of Bradford: County; A taxpayer of Bradford County; ': .f', ...
for FY 1984-85 on Thursday, August 30, Mayor, Town of Brooker past six years; Member Bradford-Union Cattleman's ,; I

Association; Member Brooker Athletic Association; Member Church of Christ; ;:;:,a '
1984 at 7:30 in the Town Hall. "'. '
p. m. Married,father of 3 children. ; j
.As native of Bradford County I have watched the county grow, and its needs for ,', i V,*i ;

;effective government expand; Being a taxpayer I am concerned how our government .'' .;,

> : spends our hard earned tax dollars, Brooker is a small town; but a strong partof r-.,: ..

Bradford County. Brooker has a fine cross section of citizens both elderly and ".; j
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young. As the mayor for the last six years I have always listened to any problems ,,s' :

The. amount of unused revertue'.sh'dring;: and then took the time necessary to effectively handle these problems. Working ,';

'with our town council we've installed'a new 'water system, we've established a ..
funds available for FY 1984-85 : is $.0', The 'respected city law enforcement position, we've worked to assist the building up of ,; 7;<'

: 'bur volunteer fire department; both local and,county wide;, and we've supported ',: ;1 t

amount of revenue, sharing 'funds to ? bereceived bur;young people through recreational and educational needs. As you can see for .. ;: '

the last six years I have been faced with many of the same areas of concern as I'll :.,' ,' Jt 4
in FY 1984-85 is $1,300.00.THE be faced with as your county commissioner. 'I have not accomplished these things :'.i"

alone, ,but wider my leadership as mayor'' we have, brought ,Brooker forward in' .'4

these steadily changing times. Uv'; ::*i ii

it-.... | have; been'a supporter of the citizens and youth{ of the Brooker area and I am :.'.. : .&;, '
." now dedicated to give that support to all citizens of Bradford County, ]

:As a full time farmer, am a very busy,man and time is always valuable. When s:"

PUBLIC will be given an opportunity you elect me as your new county,:commissioner I am.prepared to cut back my farm .;:'.1fi

ing activity and devote all of the time and energy necessary,to effectively] assl8tJn I I ...r-;'

at'' this hearing! ? -tp-present/pral t an'd i _:,I written 'the running'of our county government,, ., I., 't'',

.' Thank you for allowing me to introduce myself'and to'' tell you a little bit' about I ,

views on the possible uses" bf these myself. .If.you have any'
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I Mercury containing, ; batteries. .f find: along railroad(Tracks pr ble4 for DEll 'I

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"It's more of a problem than wethought. reported finding high levels of mercury the SfiO batteries recovered to date Rudell said DER will draft a"con cooperative in efforts to collect and about 4,000 batteries per year to
officials at the Jacksonville in fish at several locations on are still intact and have not released sent" order for Seaboard Systems to dispose of the discarded butteries replace the ones discarded. The present -
office of DER said yesterday the river. Elevated mercury levels their mercuery content. Some, sign admitting the violations, Th best method would be to recycle type of mercury-filled batteryhas
following a report by were reportd in both the river and however have been damaged by stipulating clean-up methods tp, be the batteries for some Industrial use, been In use since 1963):),accordingto .
Systems Railroad that more than 500 Santa Fe Lake. target shooters, causing the, mercury used, and penalities to be Imposed,If Kudell said.Seaboard. Bill llarrrlson, spokesman>> for
additional mercury-containing batteries Each discarded signal battery to escape. .any. tie: said the railroad had been Systems purchases Seaboard Systems in Jacksonville!,
had been found along company contains 28.8 grams of elementary : '
tracks in other areas in addition mercury such as is used on thermometers \' ,,
to the 30 found at crossings, near according to John nnmnum 'n ',
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Hampton and Waldo. Rudell,chief of the Bureau of Opera- ;
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DER officials in Tallahassee said, Rudell said that a good many of :
"We are looking closely at all possible BROAD RESPONSIBILITIES ':
sources of mercury contamination ;
including peril mining, coal- ,
fired plants, and acid rain. DER is THR BRADFORD ,' : 'f; ; ., ,
now coordinating an overall COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished '" j"
statewide ',check on In I I ,;"""Ic
mercury -
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Florida lakes and streams. : :
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No warnings about consumption of Stark. Florida 32091 'l/ClJl' ,
fish have been Issued to date by ,, C
DER, Second Class postage paid at /1"co \\\e IrCIl. \\\\1"1"" ,
The mercury search was touchedoff Srarke, FloridaSubscription .
earlier this month by the ,' r 'L 'r't
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discovery of 30 mercury-filled signal V I
batteries that\ had been dumped at In-trade area: $10.00 per year r'i" I
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crossings railroad rightofwaynear $5.50 six months
streams emptying into Santa
Fe River. Outside area: $11' per year .CJ
Early last spring a DER task force ,
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Yes; Chiropractic treatments do work! COUNTYCOURT ." :''I::' '. SECRETARY- "

I was having a problem with my shoulder and arms :'; \ ACCOUNTANT ,
aching and my arms and hands getting numb. I kept increasing "" \ t' ,
the super strength Anacin and aspirin in hopes ',:,.' ", of the all to avail. The aching kept getting I
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sound treatments and right away I began to feel some : t otty ,; :,;
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don't have all the pain and I sleep all night again withoutmy ,
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The;entire 'staff is a pleasure to be around. They all .' ",'. ,I' #(,J I'
show concern for your health and try to be of help to you

in anyway they can. Edith. KennanFree Vote ;:for 14 Years Experience ; ; '

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Health Care Class on Wad. at 2:00 .. Call for Information l .

15 Years'' Experience ;

Dr. Ronald' Dopson Chiropractic KEEP "Gib"BROWN :,:: ,:. H


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:I ,: :. 'know ,most of' all, area problems, Two county. 4 that, offer Job opportunities], ; j';' ,'. '.',

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.I.It despite her efforts to convince the law that
With another National Election for But there was also time for fun and she was not selling moonshine -just making .
President coming up November 6 and the festivities. A typical Fourth of July a little for her own use!
oratory from Democratic and Republican celebration, such as the one in 1889 found
conventions still ringing in our ears, it is Starke streets deserted as merchants clos- So brisk was the moonshine business in
Interesting to note that in 1888 The ed their shops at 10 a.m. and packed their Starke that The Telegraph commented:
Telegraph claimed to be "...the only families, off to Sparkman'n brirtw.: for,.n "Our jail is the most lively hostelry In
Democratic paper in this areathat Starke. Brig life has been rather lively
believes in the old Jacksonian lately, since several stills have been captured
a spoilst'.we and the operators arrested by Sheriff
."To. the victor belongs the P'l'
fight all side issues and. believe. that the a' Epperson and Deputy Baisden. These of.
Democrats must win' ficers will never complain that the time
passes slowly for them, or that the
Even' In the 1880s, business' men of business of their hospitable institution is
1 + Starke realized the effectiveness of slack."
newspaper advertising, and in the old .
,' files we find A.E. Moitt e
: newspaper an early / 1
blacksmith and carriage-maker using a 1 And in view of the present varied ac-
ad to inform readers that the tivities of the Starke-Bradford County
Stare Carriage Factory featured wagons Chamber of Commerce, it is interesting to ,
', ,,' and plows made to order,,blacksmlthing, note that as far back as 1888 Starke was
Marching Temperance / : t and, horseshoeing to fit all' size horses. progressing and letting the world know
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5" Comer L. Peek, early real estate agent about It.
Boy Scouts and girls dressed In white promoted prohibition and other''good and land developer; as well as teacher In: that year. Col. CE. Merrill a staff
causes" In parades down Call Street In the pre-World War I period. Bearing the' lawyer and author of a Civil War novel correspondent of the now defunct. Jacksonville
nag In front is Wilbur Scott son of Mrs.F.A. (Laura Scott one of the city's ardent .' was advertising books in his stationery "News-Herald", ''visited Bradford'
members of the WCTU (Women's Christian Temperance Union. store for three cents each including "il round of dancing, picknicking, and a County searching for the secret of the prosperity
lustrious illustrations". serious reading of the Declaration of In- and progress of the people of 'that

Even the county, commissioners were dependence.Fires favored section of Florida".

advertising a $500 reward for the arrest were especially hazardous in those A local news writer for the East Florida
and ", ; and conviction of the "party or parties" days since central water systems were Courier, a small paper published in Starkeat
Opinion Commentary: ; who assassinated George C.:: Mills on the still unknown. After an especially bad that time, commented; "We told him
.. night of Jan 1, 1881. Hardly an issue of the blaze a group of citizens gathered for a the secret of the prosperity of this county.In .
I paper appeared in those days without an town meeting on the courthouse square; the first place, we have a rich soil, and
account of an assassination, someone being and Mayor Lewis Witkovski ordered the healthy locality Bradford County is made
ambushed on the way home' the formation of a "bucket Brigade. up of a class of good law-abiding men.,
f Where's.theDEFICIT? dark or other crimes.In Thirty-one brave men answeredthe with wives and daughters who ,are notafraid
young '
soil their hands. When both sexes'work
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of such lurid and
spite news, shore calf, agreeing to hold regular practice
northerners In- as they do in this county, there is sure
more were becoming drills and to equip the firemen with water
Democrats should demand equal time over the Soviet Union is not America'sgoal terested in "the center Florida's health buckets and belts for immediate use. to follow prosperity and progress." ,

for thelS-minute, emotional, "Morning- the GOP platform writers district", which many of them reached by There being no fire truck and no hose at Enough said.Blue ri
in-America" commercial that "snuck" the idea back in the documentat way of the "Cannon Ball Express". As that time members of the bucket brigade \ "
I least three times. And they like to more and more people moved in from the formed a long line between .the nearest I"
hoodwinked two TV-
Republicans North, many hoping to make their fortuneIn water pump and the fire and passed ,
networks into running free as an "in- pretend 'that Reagan's "Star Wars"antimissile orange groves, small towns in this area buckets along to each other to douse the
troduction" to President Reagan's acceptance program is a proven scien- began to grow. The Telegraph, noted that blaze, Chip
speech in Dallas.If tific reality that will eventually make "...Starke is building so fast that there is S. .
the' doctrine of nuclear deterrence un hardly a carpenter in town who. has time to '
say his prayers!" With the passing of time, the prohibitionera SeminarAUW1st31
ever they do we suggest using a necessary. No such scientific proof has
of the 1920s,despite its good intentions
The social and cultural of
life the
political version of> the hamburger commercial been produced, and some analysts com- caused several dramatic and hilarious

"Where's the beef?" It should doubt that the "Star Wars" theory can Starke munity ladies was also spent thriving the long and afternoon many escapades in this area, which was infested j jA

show the famous fiesty hamburger-lady ever be effectively proved, in advanceof hours in serious discussions of the with bootleggers and moonshiners.

opening up a fluffy Bun, representingthe the time of need. "temperance question" and plans for civic One of the most unusual incidents was "Planning for Growth" ..;

Dallas convention,, and.squawking Veteran Washington observer Improvements. A group ,of WCTU the local arrest of a 63-year-old woman seminar a basic step in the effort to ;!
in her best baritone MWhere's the members,visited the City Council in the who was busy making homebrew over a have Starke and Bradford County ;
Richard L. Strout thinks the important late 80s to present a resolution in supportof furnace in her home on Starke's "main certified as a "Blue Chip Community" -

DEFICIT? question is not the one now being asked, Starke's first temperance ordinance. street". will be held Thursday, Aug, 30,

Mention of the deficit Was con- Are you better off today than you were After performing this mission, the ladies The local police caught the lady with 15 at the .Fried Chicken Factory
spicuous by its absence in the platform in 1980?" which is debatable, depending congratulated Marshal Wall for arrestingand gallon kettles of brew a complete distill- restaurant on U.S..301 South.

and Mr. Reagan's speech, as were on whether you're in the low, middle, or fining two offenders 26.50 each for ing apparatus, and hundreds ,of bottles Purpose of the seminar, as an-
several other issues, such as losses in upper income' group. The important selling intoxicating liquors. within the city. ready for filling. She was arrested and confined nounced by the Chamber of Com-
limits. to the local jail under $500 bond, ,
Lebanon;, failure to come to grips with question is, "What's going to happen in' community merco, is to and take analyze a close look strengthsand at the

toxic waste clean-up and other en- 1985 and thereafter?" weaknesses in an effort to at-

vironmental issues; .failure to hold out Strout Notebook tract new industry and promote
threat Agent'sOrganic
In discussing the deficit County
by Hobby L.Taylor
any hope for arms control; and a orderly growth of the county The
I clarification of the administration'sstand has this to say: four-hour seminar will, start at 5
p.m. with a supper break at 6:15.
on tax increases. United States is beyond its I will
The living The closing session follow concluding -

Reagan's waffleing on the tax issue means and accumulating a deficit that ; ; ) .;.. : Matter .superphosphate,Aegardlesd..t: .. >3 sure' ihe') at 9 p.m, ? ,.

from ''absol\ltely':' lan; .to "'well.maybe' economist Walter HeUer.calls. frighten- .' It Garden materials are incorporated in the soil at ChiP'eerificatioiv'pr
;asalastresorir'! re 1dful of,'." "-..ingIt ; g mpanied tlugiw4taxi ,n >... ,. the least three weeks before planting. '11ff 1tjIJ);J In t y ;th{ t '

his past'hlaforit':' .is.GiIJ.a o ij s Jjl rjl; ', cuts :'i llijttu: ttsPi t11>;r $ 'host j it '. t Article' discussed fall Also keep in mind that manure may not '. ''' cipatlW'g' tt "
amounts of the major art tb
provide adequate .
nia. Elected governor by running (especially on efense), and presents.Uswith em-phasized plant nutrients nitrogen, phosphorus, and munities.to attract new industry by .
against big spending in Sacramento, he not only the largest deficits in all ly start. While some work can be done only potassium. And even if they'are present, 'improving 'their Image through
later enacted the largest and apparent- history, but "wrong-way structural .I//a few d4ys prior planting, you must the, relative proportions: may not be correct clean-up programs beautification
i i ly most progressive tax increase in thestate's deficitsthose' that persist during,, full ', start two or three WEEKS earlier, if you for good vegetable 'production. So, and offering suitable sites for Industrial -
the to mix in some organic matter. And if unless you insist on following strict development.Six .
history. employment, rising as economy 'lime must be added you'll need to begin( a ORGANIC gardening practices it's a good
committees have been named
rises. The trouble is that everythingthat month or six weeks ahead of planting time. idea broadcast common fertilizer ,
Again, as governor, Mr. Reagan proclaimed to some of ""
.. to gather data in the areas
has to be. done boosting taxes; 1 I such as a 6-8-8 along with the manure. .
that his feet were "set in con Most Florida soil is sandy and relatively ,economic development community.
crete" against payroll withholding for slowing the military buildup, cutting the infertile. :.So,, adding organic matter and assessment and improvement '
state income taxes. In condoning such growth of entitlements- smack into other plant nutrients to a vegetable gardensite financial assistance, and site''
sharply focused strongly organized. usually pays off in greater productivity. availability.Mike .
withholding after the election was over, Manure which I'll discuss in this arti-. FORESTRYIN "
Mr. Reagan shrugged it off With his well-financed pressure: groups. cle, makes an ideal organic additive. Cooney C of C executive,, ,
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director and
coordinator of the
usual glib one-liner airily announcingthat "The main thrust't. continues Heller,
Incorporating organic matter' in Chip program, says the county isr:
"...the sound you hear is the con- "will be to alert citizens to the terrible vegetable garden soil Improves the soil's BRADFORD COUNTYBy shooting for certification by ,
crete cracking." And it.did. toll the huge deficit takes by ability to hold water and nutrients around David W. NortonVree February 1985. If the goal is reached -(' \
overstimulating the economy, boosting plant roots. And it helps maintain a stable -- Bradford County will likely be ,
We are told that the platform soil pH, or acid level. This is very important the first community in the State to-
which continue to
Republicans finally passed in Dallas interest rates ( creep because plants can't make good use Seedlings be certified under the program.! leaves Mr. Reagan absolutely '.'wig-', up) and" undercutting economic of fertilizer unless. the soil pH is correct. A fourteen to twenty percent return after I I I

gle room" on taxes. But it didn't take growth., Organic': matter helps In several other taxes is what an investment in planted ':
away his famed "teflon coating" Which But we didn't hear any mention of the ways. It 'supports bacteria and, -.otherbeneficiaI' pines can do on.your property. r'f

will shield him from all blame when he demon deficit at the Republican Na- ,, '' micro-organisms.. and minor And, it pro-- Have you had timber cut off your proper. Letters \
vides both
eventually wiggles around to raising 'tional Convention, nor read any.mentionin nutrients which major are released SLOWLY.This plant. ty lately? It is quite possible that you have
taxes (at least on the lower and middle the party's platform allows plants to use such nutrients had two or three small within cutting the operationson Crady Supporter ;I'
thirty
past
income groups) if re-elected; in In the meanwhile, as the GOP commercials before they: are'washed away by rain or irrigation years.your If property you have any timber left after Urges Voter Turnout 1 l'-

November. "Jt'sj morning in water. Organic matter also helps these harvests it is either understocked Dear Editor: :. '
say, make use of certain nutrients which are '
Even though Mr; Reagan has America" the sun also rises ... along naturally present in the soil. For example poorly-formed or just plain Junk. The voters of Bradford County have't'he
asserted that military "superiority"Blanding with the national debt and deficits.; some important elements such as nitrogen Residual trees left after a harvest opera- ability to elect a State Representative In
are found ,in compounds that won't tion may take years: to produce enough House District: 13 next week for the first
dissolve in water, In these, forms the wood for an additional harvest. This wood ,time. Upon red&rlcting in. 1982. incumbent -
nutrients are unavailable, to plants. But,as had poor quality and low income value'. If Rep. George Crady was not contestedand
Due Another ;. organic materials( decompose 'certain your timber is either, in this'condition or returned to the House as he has been
I : chemical reactions take place, formingnew you believe it may be, why not start new every year since 1977. ''
soluble compounds' will. releasethe with a qualify stand of planted pines. Don't '
Unfortunately, there will be onlyone
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School leave idle to taxes on
Chance Army needed elements your property pay
low-quality timber, invest in the regenera political! rally in Bradford County,;this
As I mentioned;animal manure is an excellent tion of quality trees. Cost-share assistanceis week where the voters may view;?;and
Panama and the United States haveone tribute as much to the local economy as' sOUl'ce'of organic material. In fact available in most cases for tree planting speak with the candidates.. However} a five
sized will for ORGANIC gardeners it's probably the the local ASCS office the sign-up minute\ speech is hardl1.suflicient
a good industry.: be staffed ,through ;
more month in which to reach an best substitute for both other- types of 'evidence of a candidate's ability on which
will end 31st.
agreement on who's ,to, run the Army by around 250 full-time staff personnel, organic matter and commercial fet> period, August .the voters may base their decision.: Each
School of the Americas now located at, ;most of whose families'will reside in the tilizers. About three weeks before plan If you are a l landowner(rn Bradford! County voter should ask questions read unbiased

Fort Gulick near Panama City '(notFlorida's .Starke area, requiring, housing, and ting* spread the manure evenly over the and need,an incentive to keep your land material and voting records where possible -
spending payrolls that would run into surface of the garden area, and work it Into productive,' you may be 'eligible foe free! and reach a decision based on objec-
Panama City). the soil( with a rake; If you use cow or pine seedlings this planting season. tive reasoning rather than the old cliche
Negotiations have ber on.for millions. When Blanding was being con- horse manure;you'll need about 25 poundsfor The Florida Forestry Association.with "political rhetoric", I' -

almost two years and ar ntly no sidered for the school last year, it'was every 100 square feet of garden. With' contributions from, some of. the local My i teret' the outcome of the race,
reported that the'Depat'tment-of: Army poultry manure use only" about 12. poundsper timber companies have made it possible you ask? Only that the small counties
settlement tha. at J
nearer a were had set aside $50 million for setting up 100 square feet, for landowners to get FREE seedlings To which comprise District, 13 maintain:a
the beginning. the operation in the U.S. For best results;you should supplement ,be eligible you must plant a minimum of 5 strong, dedicated individual who is honest
About this time last year Camp Blan the manure application' with super' acres tor timber- production purposes.. and informed I of issues pertaining to malt.
'' phosphate garden Sign-up will begin on September 17th at the.'ASCS counties
,, ding was inspected as a possible site for' Moving the school to'Blanding''has'been available'pounds of office! in the Agricultural Center''U
the school if a decision was made to. fully' supported in resolutions by'the centers;Use super Voters should require of their candidate
phosphate with every 25 pounds of cow or
this isn't enough incentive contact my, specific to
answers problems not negative
move it from Panama Eglin Field in Florida'Legislature'and by city and norse or one'oi' wo pounds with every 12 office to find ..out about tax breaks toes name-calling of other candidates: I submit
West Florida and an Army base in Puerto count government in Bradford County, pounds of poultry manure. ORGANIC .foresMandowners, an objective!analysis'of the District 13 race
Rico were also being considered. But as civic organizations the State gardeners may want to substitute ground 'For more information about the free will result hi returning the incumbent to

nothing happened then, and Panamawas Armory Board, and officialstat'Camp rock phosphate,,.pr:: raw-.bone mealor seedlings call 964-6280\ extension 219! It. the House of Representatives. I encourage
given more time to decide whetherit Blanding. . supporters ,of all candidates to exercise
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wanted the school or no Camp Blanding will' be"competing' 1 h r <> BobMliner

Now, negotiations have broken down with Fort Benning Ga'.; Fort Bragg, a : Box 579,Starke

again, and September 30 is the deadlineto N.C.; and Camp Bullis, Texas, as.the' V ;. 'e,.i,. "'.' .. ..
settle the argument the U.S. will future home of the Army School of the ,, +.S Sas "\
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pull the ''school out;,of. Panama. According Americas. Although we are not familiar h : ...& >1:>" 1.

to the treaties, unless the two coun- with the other sites mentioned, it is hardto ,1 rwkww>, Ww. nwo'o "" '' ': .>>Y;
tries agree on terms' by October 1, the believe that they have more to'offer :\

U.S. will lose its authority to train Latin than Camp Blanding,in available land : RALLY and FISH FRY .. I -e '
desirable climate 'top-notch I .'' ," t ,
American military personnel at. the area :: ; / > t'

school,.which,draws trainees from1 the facilities,and other' adyant ges.}!_. aCivic! Cerjerh} Aug. 31 I :i

best Latin-American military- ';families.. Whatever the community can ,do to I

for advanced training! help bring the Army School to Blending : ,Thera'' are fwelv.; \\'pintII of I

If, Blanding 'should be chosen as' the should be done. Pan ma's'loas'" "".will"' be ;,' ReyfVote on Spt. A, .f'f.', Mood bo4V.In the average.humanJ I

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and Mrs. Cliff McLeod were!;I after four years with the church. Dinner was served at tables alady-Mo9ty Society. Ed'tor. 984.75o3 ..
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honored at a covered dish dinner and The program included short talks Centered with rose buds in bud "- t
program Sunday after church services by Melissa Gay,Mike Sexton,Buddy vases. Centering the buffet table t I
In the Fellowship Hall of the Paterson Evelyn Griffin and Mrs. was a huge 'cake,.inscribed "Best ,,'
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The McLeods: 'are leaving'-today, ference: committee; at Camp Montgomery Best wishes were given by 85 : "",!,,,:. : :," .
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Lawtey announce the engagementand day, Sept< J. Morning worship is at I. "" ,, :1 'I, 'GdprdinateYbyrlDraperies hat\ \.Qriofice,;, ; "
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approaching marriage of their It a.m. Rev. H.H. Mott will bring the : !'
daughter Tammy Louise, to Robert message. THere will be" special. 11 : t! a Wallpapsr ::'it :\' fb;: i j..
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Paul during this service.Dinneronthegrounds :
Marshall son of Mr. and Mrs
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'Charles William Marshall of Starke. will be I Bedspreads ': .. ,:, \r .
The bride-elect is a graduate of served; after the service. More ;; ; : I( ,
,Bradford High School and I.| special music will be provided after a t" "' #;: '.' \
employed by Community State the dinner. ,I I' Graber Verticals"'' Shades, f .' ",. -' ','

.Bank.Mr. Marshall Is a graduate of All friends members are, Invited former to membersand attend. I, :'1 I, Leyolor I Mini'';Blinds' ,''( ; .t ;.,,;;, Jt,:: ,: l: '

Vo-Tech This is the 102nd anniversary of the ,r', .,';, f't'f.i'' '' .' \\SI ,
.Bradford. and is employed 4Dawn ., .. ; ....
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at 7:30 Ronald Goodman' 1.Classes ResufBeStpt 13 ''i', \,;, '; l..V"'VI; ,': ) "
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1. All friends and relatives are I iji- Annual' Community<,BBQ Miss Dawn DuPont, ,::1.' Ages 4 & Up : 1 I WdllpaperGala. '' /I,, ; ;:j;"s, ;!I.SAVE'J.\.. "f"\ \ I' ,
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Gospel Sing & Musical The' Lawtey annual community 4:00'p.m.'' .. 8:30 p.m.colt964.6792 i ,Interior, .'Decoratlng>Aaefe Epsy ,' ,.I', ., I i''til

: At Hope Baptist Church barbecue will be held on Monday The engagement and approachindmarriage : : 1 For Shopal; Home Convenience: : .. < (, ,
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Sept. 3- from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the is announced of Dawn I I ,
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There will be a gospel sing'' and, home of Hulon Herndon; with co- Michele DuPont daughter of, Mr. after 5 944-7098 '.,' r! call: !: Dpnnq Gruen"s,94d7a)4) ." Starke; I I' "
f hosts Buster. Bennett and Barry' and Mrs. Michael Wallace DuPont of n : I
[musical presented at Hope Baptist Watts. Federal Point, to Ronald ,I ., Dorothy Salazar : Call for q nd fbjlgatlon\ gppol&mot I ': ;,:
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The Singing Buck p.m. All friends and neighbors of the Christopher Goodman, son of Mr; 1 I
,vide some good old Family sing community are invited to attend and ''and Mrs. Ronald V. Goodman
'Then the Sounds of gospel will enjoy the fellowship. Bring a Hollister, formerly of Starke.
.the musical, "Old Hope Time Religion"This present-. covered dish to go with the barbecue The wedding' is planned for Satur ::1:1I
8, at 2 in the First
, will, be an enjoyable evening meat which will l be furnished. day Baptist Sept.Church of Palatka.p.m.
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your stomping .. .. Miss DuPont Is a 1983 graduate of '
I i and your soul stirring t Did You Know... .. attendedSt. I
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:Church Come and join us at Hope Baptist August,21, ,Duplicate Bridge Club Johns River Community College.: '
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and Starke. i results were: first Mr. and Mrs. \
Keystone, j Jack Bumette- second .. Ida Shaw''and PHS in 1978 and is employed at Mid \0

Did You Know ,.. Evelyn Griffin; third Rhea State Truss Company. .;
i. ,?: ,.'j j ji ,Johnson and Lori Francis. i ,:
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief I
I 1 I visited Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill Mrs:John Anderson returned Aug. Carlo l !ngTommy I !II IIH
1 : in Indialantic Wednesday to Sunday. 20 after( four weeks in Hanigsen,
Germany, where she visited her King
Mrs Don Page and' Mrs mother and relatives and attendedthe Married Aug. 25 )
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Stephanie Bennett and son; Kyle funeral! of her father Hermann' I
", spent last week with Rev, Warren B. Lohmann. She was accompanied by Carla Mi: King and Tommy M. '
Langer and family in Cocoa Beach. her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.: King were married August 25 In '
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and Mrs. Otto Lohmann of Tampa.VOTE' Folkston Ga. The couple: is residing ,
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'- was' born and raised in this district, not Jacksonville. I want to preserve our,way of life. ": '. -
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Jacksonville. I will not hold a fund raising in downtown Jacksonville as my'opponent did Year' Q..mpiuit, .J1.ily.. ,.

at Independent Life Building: : We "small! county": people have been underestimatedby ft I IlL ,. i ., \'
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1.-, be an effective leader fqr the! people In.'the small counties,He.has not received any important ,, 'i ." 1 %:. '."';'.1' .
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$$2,000.00 less per classroom of 30 students than Duval County, iis% ,
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5. There is no legislative office in public: building, but rather in his home at Vulee and Dimple ;

,:' theState: pays'for his legislative office'and an aide,''but his office in his home with a ,t ::4 'Year' .Qompoundcjl i Quirie ly,,

:L "Bad Dog" sign over,the gate., ;,U will open'a public office"near. ,,the center of the district)'. I ': Efeect Annual Vleld ., !

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i Members of BUS Class of 1959 Hold Reunion hyperkinetic or overactive child usually owes, his i '
: 45 behavior to his physiology rather than his upbringing. There Is J :
Members of the Bradford High Class of 1959 gathering for their 25-year Robert Whitehead, Charlene Hardy Francis. rarely more than one hyperkinetic: child in any one family and 'I
IH, at the Starke Golf and Country Club are Fourth row Blaine Thompson, Judy Broughton, Joan Campanella
t reunion Saturday night Aug. the ratio of overactive boys to overactive girls I Is 8 to 1. Constantarm
Watson Brenda Martin Watson, Dorothy Masters Starling, Elizabeth I
t t tl( -First r): row: Shi Henry Mosher, Bennie Williams, Marvin Mosley, Prevail Perry, ,Alice Faye Newman Waters Judy Kelley Williams and leg motion, compulsive aggressive toward peers and ,:;
r lira I lolling*worth, Arthur Dodd. Cecelia McComb Greer Frances Landrum- Taylor, Mary Agnes Matthews parents, unpredictable reactions, impatience, short attention
I Second row: Tom Tatum, Terrell Green, Winfred Tomlinson. Geraldine Ferguson Patricia Humphries. span, very poor coordination and/or1 poor sleeping habits are .
Fender Tomlinson Jim Ritch. John Green, Ray Maxwell _Armand J characteristics which distinguish a hyperactive child from one
Uivern. Fifth row: Pat Dixon Donaldson.Joe llarley, Philip Mobley John Allen ,
who lacks parental stimulants
simply guidance. Tranquilizers or
i i third row: Charlene Denniti Chesser, Anne Elder Durban Lynda Chapman Shadd Roland Stern, Gerald Gainey, Eddie Stuckey, Sammy. Warren, \"
Brown Calvin Pace, Randy Johns. Henry Hall, Helen' Kelly lleape, Qua Mae Phillips Cashing,.Betty Norman llazen. are often prescribed, however, a chiropractor's understanding .
I of this problem as a neurological disorganization, or the body'sInability :
Pre-Teen to maintain proper blood sugar level, can frequently .
Lisa Mitchell, : Winner get to the cause: of the problem. '
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-'' the suit At the TULLER CHIROPRACTIC CENTER, 260-B S. Lawrence i
Lila Rae Yawn and Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Paul Clyde Sinclair Sinclair in Tallahassee is'visiting Lisa Jeanlne Mitchell, Is, competition Lisa also In won which she bathing was award- Blvd. ,((473-7213)), each patient, child or adult Is treated wlth.'t e ," !
of and Mrs. .
Mr. Billy
Mrs. W.H. Edwards had as guests Tuesday to Thursday daughter Anders of Starke and David Mitchellof 'p\ a crown and trophy. Other same care as we try to get to the root of each Individual's problem ,
the past two weeks Mrs. Peggy Gar and Marietta, Ga.< won the Pre-Teen trophies and titles Lisa won Included Come In for a check-up and prevent those, health' pro .
cia Michael and'of children.Camarillo Jeffrie, Calif. and Mrs. Blanche Otto of Seminolewas Division of the Beauty Competitionat ,lion first runner-up and second In the runner-up Modeling in Dlvl-the, 'blems from becoming aggravated. Call for an appointment: / \
Dan and last Saturday to Wednesday the state level of the annual Miss Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6; Sat 9-12. Examination & treatment clinic,* '
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daughter Meyer ,. Western Wear Division. Lisa was ; f
of her sister, Mrs. Mona '
of Cal. here guest Florida Sweetheart'Pageant held In modern facilities. Have & Labor )' .
Christopher Ventura ? Canova and attended the Croft fami- Ocala this weekend, Aug. IB-IK. ,'also. crowned Miss Florida X-ray a Happy Healthy Day -
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for the past and week were Mrs., Mrs.Joseph JimFranklin ly reunion in Lulu on.Sunday Queen Lisa received a crown,. Sweetheart last January in the Hyperkinetic children! sometimes display a extreme sensitivity 'I s
.Relche daughter preliminary level. to certain food additives. :
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of trophy, banner, watch sweetheart
and daughter Stephanie winner of the Miss
Elect Over-all
Vote to
Norfolk, Va. and joining the family doll and a telephone/clock/radlo. Florida Sweetheart Beauty Pageantwas This column Is brought: to you ,by TULLER CHIROPRACTIC :. ,
) for the weekend were Mr. Meyers of WILBUR L. WATERS As the reigning Miss and as winner Jackie Crady of Yulee. CENTER,. 260-B, Lawrence Blvd. ((473-7213)), as b community. '
Ventura, and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Cty Com. Oitt., 3,.Demo, she, will be a participant In,(he national daughter of Rep..and !Mrs. George service, '
I Wade of New Orleans La., Mr. and !d.Pol Add. competition next August In Crady. ,
I Mrs. Glenn Mullins of Orlando and Daytona Beach ***********************************

1 i I Tallahassee.Mr and Mrs.The Tom Mullins Duncan also of ville Jan were and weekend Bob Dopson guests of of Jackson-Dr. and Did You Know...?.,..... .
i. visited Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Mullins. .-te ELECT
Mrs. R.E. Dopson. They were Joinedon Mrs. Gladys Edwards returned t
Sunday by Sam and Rita Ludwig. visit with her ; ;
from a 17-day
Combs transferred Hairstylists and to Diane Loretta the Bradford Hughes Ross, Sharon Square have and ice cream Tom and social.Brenda Davis for an son Monday Edwards and family in Cleveland, Mr. and Tex.Mrs. Wayne" 1' JIMDUNCAN c

Hair Style and Barber Shop. Mrs. H.M. Richarde has returned Mrs. H. B. McLendon returned to 7 'I
after two weeks visit with Mr. and her home in Orlando Thursday after I i M a
Mrs. T.II. Slade returned Monday Mrs. Henry Richarde in Pascagoula, spending the past week with her ,;l. ,
after a weeks visit in Boca, Raton Miss. Mr. and Mrs. T.N Busch and brother, E. L. Matthews,at Kingsley ; (1. Lf J \
and her daughters Mrs. John family of Daphne, Ala. and Mr and Lake. '
Whelchel and Mrs. Michael O'Brian Mrs. C.H. Coulter in Tallahassee, ;
and families. Enroute she visited the World's VOTE HART Supt. of Schools
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ED YARBROUGH :' weekly ads, to outline my goals for Bradford County! schools. ,I pledge, to you my full t tt \

commitment to carrying out the Implementation of these gqals., [

;. ?" There are many items that will concern you as'citizens and! parents about your '. \ y 1

public school system and to .answer every question to the satisfaction, of every, individual ; |

\ is usually.an Impossibility. ,I r'do, promise to you that every'concern will be ',* a
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receives endorsement from dealt with ir) the interest of our young people and the -odvp icement, of our "

democratic! way of Ijfe. '., : '

t, ,i, ; : Most people agree that the image of the school system?,is a reflection of- its 'rt "IJ IJte

teachers in Bradford County.. ::' )leadership. I will expect the best of'myself and others In my' administration: and';*; '"
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: ,:would consider it an honor to serve as your Superintendent of Schools.. :' '.

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t' LEADERSHIP GOALS: -. r ;
The Bradford Education Association Mt': 1. To Improve the standing of Bradford County: students on the., Mate? Assessment Test' pro'.. **1:'. .
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-te;lf i 2. A county-wide textbook program that is consistent among schools, grade'leyels: and sub ;) : )'
endorsed YARBROUGH forState II jects. I I"v.:

.i w.3.-The maintenance, of a firm pnd fair Code of Student, Conduct' enforced. by all:; personnel. at. alf'.,. '. ; ; 1
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:t schools. ''t "
Representative (District 13)) :;, I. t I,.
4/To: develop a school-community-business-partnership: with governmentalagenciesbschool; ; i
,,1 i.' based parent organizations and Chamber, of 1 commerce. !' ; '. ;t ;,.,

after 'both candidates spoke 5.; An emphasis on, the preparation of"students to be academically equipped,. respectful of that:':. )

; ,.'j,.<( f;authority of others and concerned:! for:their own qualify of life.. :J; .:.'I' l I. '
;; If' 6, To 'develop a program of recognition for studentsteachers,. administrator-parents') .. ',,; ::
.- to the group. !"::'itp 'i ', (other citizens who work toward the building of art outstanding school stem, t : "
.':: ,* }. ": >:"; R. 4 The maintenance of a businesslike approach;to the financial responsibility of,all schools '
i., I'i.!*#1.', -V.,:'. &&I t' "" ?hand the district office, t" -., t, ,:L (
;. ,r. 4 the School Board with up-to-date Information the manner' 'prescribed by'i Jow":'fr*'*-*.! [19j !1:
'. .,' (MY.1.t ;Lt,::< To develop a spirit of enthusiasm and optimism lr> the office of the Superintendent through :

,0'.' "" ." t t' ;/district office :service to the schools and the community; .( L' il'
toi v,' :' ',\\-10. 'To visit !every school on a regular basis and participate whenever( possible and invieJ. ,"J In :. '* 1MJ
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... .' ,,. ;}ijf J? awards and recognition programs \ : .. .. i,.. ::,.*
".: .. .,'. '. i, '-'Jt.J To study the possibility of a county-wide accredited"school system ; J:7:
". 1 '.t' )2. To advance the belief that every child that, cart speak'and.listen can learn ,to read and write:'. t s'' &

;", "., -" _I ',. ',' "",." .' I J$through regular; special education. opportunities, ;, > r ,' tp: ..,,,r'- ",/,: 1.1', 'l Via.: t,
', I!'?1 i3. Toj have a real concern for.the welfare of .all I employees ondstudentslhrough! I on' open-v 1{ ti"it ,,
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',> : :, 'i' '4' door policy for concerns, complaints,successes andsoluions! .' '" m
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'l,. .( I (>. '' .M. To plan a program!: 'of'managemenl training that will Improve the performance# o5cquntaa; ; .
,.... !,. :I ; : bility and management skills of all administrative personnel. :; '(''. t: .K"I y
....'_ i I '\ 'I:. '.', The developmenr of a performance' measurement..system. that will .offer Incentives"to all. f"1" / '
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.. r'J \ i /:::1]o.-.To hove one. or more schools recognized. i .as a' Florida I Merit Schopf''H"' f%\ /: ;' '"%'fS; 'Y' :'*".'*' ; '.I

.,, '.,_. .. .... "; 't\i? ,Jo promote,'encourage and, support pro'sfam; ; Jof yotatlonol and technical 1 training foil "* f, ... '
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YARBROUGH'SRecord : ': '\iJf. To continue i io provide opportunities' "I In wry, music. o4 tetics'dramaiic.s, Vocational, and""If' :'; : {'
"ED < "' 'academic activities with the highest quality of coaches, teachers! equipment and t ililies. : 'f

I ''1 l 9. To emphasize that students be able /Io read and comprehend standard English'apply'rules! ] :"'(
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as an Effective_ Leader :' I, ji dlvlde,whole numbersdecimals, and. fractions with! : accurate mejhods,,; \ ," J' ,. :;,; .
>.'2O./ To emphasize the exciting! partnership! that can be'developed with parents'teochers'and, :
< i :::students: working together, }to !motivate oily county to achieve the high! :'ciuolify'bf, dpcqtlon! ($

iJ, : was ,'a "major factor !', :ldeserves; .\'tJ .1 l "r, g;:. ,\ ,1 i' )" :,' .. 1 f'JC'" f.". i1\1t.\\ \ 0 .. I j" '. ,
t MT; ; >he Superintendent must administer and manage (he actiyltief,, plover. 3900 stucwnto; qver, 40GifW ;, I'
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of
enders ; employees; a budget In.excess 10.6 r'
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Political Rally Saturday... First grade-Jean Clark Third Second Wadsworth, Deborah Donnel't g'"',,the family of Donny Lott. ,
grade-Shirley Bagwell
; grade- and Sheila Padgett. Cafeteria .*'
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Area residents are invited to attend Edith Shaw; Fourth grade-Mindy manager is Ruth Paladino assited '. ,
"n a Political Rally on Saturday Beville; Fifth gradeClaudetteFrees by Betty Stone and Tina Morris.The 7 Stocks
Sept. 1, at 6 p.m. in the Hampton ; Sixth grade-Jim Lewis; custodian is Sidney Dell.Important S
firehouse. Local candidates for of Seventh grade-Sandra Sanders; New IssuesSpeculative .. :
Those Chapter One-Reading-Earselene Dates :
fice will address the public. Issues
attending will be served a chickenand Zimmerman; Special Education. Monday Sept. 3-Labor pay, < :
a 4i
rice dinner. Donna Samons; Primary Specialist- school holiday.Thursday I( : 1 r For a broker specializing 10 T. Stijke to B &M. Pdces Start '. : ',.I' t:

Military Servicemen... Stevenson Millie Galanos; Physical; Music-Carole Education and Sept.Flrst PTJ\ In the 8raclflnI County .t'24.1S0' I;: '. :"

D.J. Riddick graduated from the -Science-Keith, ---Tetstone; Librarian meeting & Open House. '. Call Bob OTC Barker' .' STARTER & GENERATOR: :+<,' c" ; I\:\,;:

San Diego boot camp on Aug. 24. He t''fY' ,[ ) J :
is scheduled for four more weeks of When was the first time you saw your representative REGULATORS-SOLENOIDS TWO LOCATIONS ,.,;.\;, 'j J'' r '

schooling assignment.D.J. .before receiving an for Dist. 13? Did it take 4 years and an election to 1 ( Blinder.Robinson.&. co.,inc.MIY171YNI.IN,1 .,) ''.REBUILTREPAIREDFOREIGNDOMESTIC. DIAL- TO SERVE YOU, ,/;;;" i'i"(: .'I';

drums with the Navy JAir .Y
played aim +
find Bradford ?
Band in the San Diego Chargers football County "POLArr Florida 1-800-432-3342 I 9645274'W'NOro.U.I )s i
game on Aug. 10. On Aug. 17,he VOTE ED YARBROUGH, he ,Is one of US ..
played for the Los Angeles Rams ,,
came! in L.A. I
Bryan Clark began service with :
the U.S. Marines In Parris Island '.
S.C. on July 23. He is scheduled to Relax... Take it Easy--
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graduate Oct. 18. .

Vote to Elect >.j<

WILBUR L. WATERS D .' J

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Park. Neighbors ... /r
and wish them well. j >
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Welcome Kelly
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Mrs. Clarice Adkins and Mrs. Sue U S.D.A. GRADE A '1.': :
funeral
Brannon attended the ser-
vices of Bernice Roberts Holmes at 'h
the First Baptist Church in Lake Whole ;
Butler on Aug. 23. U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICESirloin PER < :
Among recent visitors of Mrs. '
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Adkins were her sister, Mrs. Jewell =
Morris and Mrs. Lacey Goodbreadof Fryers '

Macclenny. 4 ;' .

August Birthdays... PER POUND : :.. ,:: [
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Aug. 19-June Haddock and Tim I. ;. .f.:;:: : .\
Crews; Aug. '20-Freda Mitchell; )." ; "
Aug. 21-Belle Brown, Pam t (: ,1,1'1, I ''
McWilliams and Henry Rhoden; 9 !, 1"T I,
Aug. 24-Amy Williams; Aug. 4' ; 1,' .: '
25-Tracy Youngblood and Rodney r :
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Padgett; Aug. 26-Edward Baker; US.DA TOP CHOICE '1'
Aug. 28-Angela Thomas; Aug. $ 69 .
29-Ruth Meng, Denise Curtis and T-Bone or Porterhouse UMIT-2 WITH A 57.50 ,, <1
Cindy Frey; Aug.30-Verdis Hawkins Steak t OR MORE FOOD ORDER. r
and Dink Baker; Aug. 31-Joshua LB,1/

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School News U.S.OATOP OUAUTY LEAN MEATY '

Principal Connie Clark reported! a Fresh Pork $139" "T "-- :":");! '

smooth opening at school on Aug. 23 Spare Ribs -' J J 'w.. .
with a present enrollment :of m, .
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I 'dJ )'rUJI.IiO nl"t. "III 1rnrllTUOaBoneless< $ ., ,;
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Robbin Wadsworth' Dinner Harris LB I, : .!.)

Honored at ShowerMiss .- .. i.

Robbin Wadsworth, Sept.. 15 'k\ .,;
bride-elect of Rusty Barrett, was Market Style I t
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honored at a bridal shower given $1,39 t } r \
Tuesday night, Aug. 21, at the homeof Sliced Bacon

Mrs. Lucy Hodges on Hampton FAMILY SIZE PKG. = ': f I
Lake. Other shower hostesses were ----- = ---- 171 I I "" :
Mrs. Tonya Hodges, Mrs. Linda "
Patrick, Mrs. Jean Norman, Mrs. IN ,
Shyrel Crawford, and Mrs. Diane MEAT. DAIRY DELI : :
DELIBAKERYE
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refreshment table covered tt
: with a lace edged white linen cloth ; "
was centered with an arrangementof o ,. LAND O' FROST; ASSTQ.: fATEAER'S .t. ; ,. .
five globed votive lights accentedby Solid WhiteTurkey .
silk pastel flowers. At one end On Cor PANTRY PRIDE PURE ChippedMeats '...

was the yellow iced cake decoratedwith COOKED BREADED : OrangeJuice Breast '& 1""" '
parasol, miniature
a green
variegated flowers, and edged witha Meat Patties ,> ';.:.r l MIX OR MATCH. ;I .. }t:": ,

lace the other effect.table The crystal end was punch surrounded bowlat HALF GALLON CARTON i :' 2502: PKG.', $ 19 4 .:t.': .

with variegated silk flowers. 2 .
Snack foods were served from $119 HALF .
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crystal compotes.Mrs. 31Kraft "
$159' '' '
Leroyce Edwards. kept the FAMILY :' : : 'POUND ,jr 'L} '
gift list, and Miss Aimee Hodges SIZE .
assisted in presenting the gifts. The PKG. LB < LEAN ." : ,
honoree was presented with a cup .., .' ,' Boiled Ham HALF 1.39 :& .
and saucer of her chosen china as a LEAN FRESH FAMILY SIZE PKO. : .. ALL MEAT I aGround
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hostess The gift.22 guests included thehonoree's Chuck. u 1.89HEAT Seat YOGURT PACK: 1 ;79, Ball Park MEAT OR BEEP**.. I. :J:. 1 ..79 Oscar; Mayer,eoLOaNA HAt!::, .99' '' ;.t:.: .
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'mother, Mrs. Margaret fRIED asERVEMRa.a1CE5TER CHEESE LMF: '":-\ SKINLESS MEM
Wadsworth Mrs. Madge, and Sullivan her grandmothers and Mrs. Mar-, Fish Sticks a' 1.39 Velveeta PKa.3.69 Franks: =;. ., Ka 1.79 I :_Fried Chicken aa, 8.99 'f/; ;

PANTBY PRIDE SUCED FOR pINNER f::. .'
jorie Douglas. Bay GET American1MXCCUP tuualra.,PKa 1.49 Mr. Turkey F71Aleie :pVa.1 ..09 'White Bread . 1** .69 -' ."., .;

SMOKED HOT OR MUD TOASTED ALMONDYeltow ,. ... .
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Vote to Elect Axelrods8CURCMAM ,",,99 Sunnytend: IJItIQ. 1.9'x' Layer Catie.,2,89oamoris ',, I,.
WILBUR L. WATERS 'LB PKG. "
rTy' LIVERS B Cty.Com.Dll.S..D.mo. ,.. '. .
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Community News BEAUTY AIDS. BAKERY FROZEW: ; ) .& WINE _' i' ':\

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i New Bethel Baptist, Hamburger or' Dinners Beer \
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I Church News.... Toothpaste VEAL PARMIGIANA CHlCKiN'nJRKEV' / f), ,.t<
4 Friends and Family Day will be /' OZGEL Hot Dog Buns SALISBURY STEAK OR MEAT"UQAH11O2 '! REgUTARORLITE H.J..It '

; observed beginning Friday, Sept. 7. PACK FROZEN k, ti .
: at 7:30: nightly. Sunday services willbe { '
; at 11:00 a.m. The public Is in- $ 28' ;

t vited. $199 *= :99': / 2 : ,
Allen
Greater Chapel 2/79 ; ,,/,'
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A.M.E. Church New... .

The annual Women'! Day Celebration Ii ::-..,.:..,
will be observed Sunday, Sept :MCOUNfAotfffed P H'fRVpMal t "g: N rASir aiuerii j. .. ,, 750 ML.Cwto '

I 9 Invited., at 11 a.m.and 4 p.nwThe" public,'. "la' Tablets 1.49! lyt =; ,; LOAVES" 1.49: Jen'a PlU* rs. JB Dfi, ,ReaI Cj $2.9.: \."

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THE CUE: .IT nags, and Um.r .ov At Deputy Clerk


.."?i:. '. .' COURHICJfrH 1 !; You hot:.and. been Sylvtt' flied Williams agalnH: 8234tchg9UNOTICE.......\ ..,; Three. Positi, na:.., d,:,. >. ;n' .
Q, '' AbFf3ROCOUNr' !! Jr. yew Ore regwlrid l ::: :. ( ,, ",,} .,r.' .., '
( to serve a copy 01( your ; /:.:' ,: .! .. ,, \"r. !. \". K' ,I' .. I.. \\.* lr. .- 'l '
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,: ;! CASE 110.84.297Aj written dnl.ni... If any oPINTENTIONTO ; ) "
to It. on the plaintiff' ot. REGISTER "
j CIVIL ACTION torney, whole name and FICTITIOUS NAME To Water Sewer Depis.The :a/
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addrest It Wm A. Bet r !/:
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE tent III. Esquire BES Pursuant to Section: "" '\:
t OF: SENT, MOODY SSALZMAN. 865.09, Florida Statute, SUirkv City: Commission add operator in the clerk'3 office. .... ,:
SYLVESTER WILLIAMS 403 West notice: It hereby given ed three new positions Tuesday Clerk Neil Tucker said( ,.hiring *n 1'.1
iM JR. ,Georgia Street, P.O. Box that the undersigned night Aug 28, funded by Increased additional assistant would help ".1
?; Husband'! ; 1056 Stork. Florida ALLEN E. TAYLOR and revenue expectations: In the water decrease the ;overtime i required by? ,''fl. '
'VI_ 32091 end file the MARY M. TAYLOR. Rt. 1, and sewer services, but predicted no his staff .. ,'. ': "7'.,>- I
SHIRLEY M.,WILLIAMS. origlna'wlth| the clerk of Box 810 Lawtey FL n n I oc increase will be needed in electric Police Chief Jimmy Bowen re; I \l I
Wife the above styled court on 32058 joint owners, do* rates to balance the 1984-:) budget. quested three additional patrolmen I
or before September 27, Ing butlnett under the ? The commission also approved a for the Police Department,. but,. I
NOTICE Of SUIT 1984: otherwise judge firm name of BRADFORD > five percent raise for the 82 city received funding; for;only one The !:iJ
NO PROPERTY ment may be entered LIMEROCK SALES. Rt. I. wC'Y' employees. commission also approved the cost
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against you for the relief Box 810 Lawtey FL A public hearing is scheduled of a now: car to be used by the depart4ment's i
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rl ,TOi Sylv..t.r demanded In the com 32058 Intend to .. tonight (Thursday, Aug 301> at 7:30 Investigator,'. .. :' '" Ii:
Williams, Jr., cia plaint register laid 'Ictltloue'nom. .
yi Maude WITNESS or petition. under the "" ,,1)- p.m. in the city hall to answer ques Bowen pointed out that the force I
Johnson 1308 hand and
14th my lions about the $6.3 million had not been from
increased 12
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budget. per
aforesaid
$ire f, Sarasota FL the teal of said Court on ttatute.
33380. August 15, 1984GILBERTS. Dated this 15th day of If Last year's budget was $5.936 sons since he became chie: in 1973.: \
YOU ARE HEREBY BROWN August AD. 1984 In I, .', J million. Commissioner Charles Schaefer .r
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NOTIFIED that an action At Clerk of told Court Bradford, County. / ;r> "' : One new policeman was approved lobbied hard ton an additional !
e for, Dissolution of Mar By: Lisa Alvarez 8/234tpd9/13 ; ','Cit' Clerk tfeil Tucker Busy at Calculator. along with a new lineman in the elec. fireman but failed to,gain support
:H ,. if ,t) ". '' ': ., trical department and a computer from two other commissioners tp Increase < ,
.1 } J.....* il : the fire fighting force;" .,.
tie did get approval for protective ,;"
CfSO : clothing at cost of said .
Enjoy Your Labor a $3,49 He
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Leisure!
Day the clothing la needed to enter burn-
; Ing buildings rescuer situations.

Additionally) the I base pay for fire
. ; i PLUS.U THURSDAY 'AUG. ONLY fighters will be' Increased: to $10,000'r. '
from $9,360'novlbeing :paid That ','
represents almost .$200',more>than: '
IlDOLIBii the five percent raise given! other'c city :(
to l personnel; : ,
; Mayor ommlulo'ner Jimmy

Crosby, Jr. pointed O\1t.\ that improvements .
S In purchasing of ",
power would make possible to pass
REDEMPTION fIJUS on a. slight decrease In. electrical
1..W..rAr cb.Gte er eagrn.vsss on 11 mst.ass.aaqora, b....In"aodr* 4IIOaIPI-agrara rMohocMS. Gr IIAJe1IIutIar&I.The--. ,. costs to city customers. He (said city ,

a ws." a..aana.sear uosse wM. a.dssned see rd tasll.uersX4.w.nt b._rsw. ,a.y. .l sssed w....'es IIOOIpt_but d er not Am cb.Gte&War.ew aopar dais antr AIIo ar_ea...oaupan....IIOOIpt an th..eels cars aoupas.Mrm Airy,I.1IddItbwI PantIy I'Itd8 aoupar... customers will no longer be charged t .r .'
,; saaur n not Inctudod In this arr.a s.IM!all mud be pad.ooaraq. eo_lase ,,.", : 10 percent utility tax on electrical
\ '; surcharges which means a drop of a, '

X\' half cent, per kilowatt hour, A savIngs >
..:: : of $4 per month will be,realized ,
.: 11" ': ;: by an average customer using .BOG ".?'I i
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I kilowatt hours of electricity : ':
PRICES AND COUPONS EFFECTIVE Crosby said further reductions
i'(, .' THURS., AUG. 30 THRU WED., SEPT. 5, 1984. may be possible ,In. the future due to '

,, ,; CALIFORNIA .- :: > WE REDEEM FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS recent city agreements for'purchasing
I \ cheaper power via the newly Installed
; ; interconnection allow
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,. Jumbo CALIFORNIA THOMPSON PER ing purchase of electricity 'from the I
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least expensive source
\ "That doesn't )mean .the city
it should go on ,a:spending; 'spree

Honeydews \ Seedless69 sad use' of ,the" surplus.". .Crosby

.r Commissioner,Vernon'Silco *'said ';,

1)) the city's generating plant has been ,
\ held together with wire over the past '

20 years, like an. old Model. 'T.
$1'79 automobile. .

s; ,CALIFORNIA He said Improvements'\ which .,
should have been made over the past '
r Jumbo Bell Peppers or 3lFRESH several years needed should be done

,;J' California Green Onions as money'' becomes available, suchas '
updating distribution system
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; r A (Iii> for electricity. \

.: J The ,city has about $150oQo.'re. .'
A maining in an existing.bond issue
: fund designated for improvement. of .:
IS r :: city sewers. '
: Large 49 The commission agreed that :
:;;, money,could be used If necessary in ,

t "' '. \\1'" )( p,. .Celery.. .. .. .. I I.t! .. '. .the downtown area development of "'
;" ,.....: ,'. \'\\ .-- -.... ,:'..',. .:::; the Santa Fe Community in','College old '\1'. .......... j
rvT-Starke the
t\\ Centerprogresses
. ., "" < ''''-'f':'' s' '.., I ., ,..._. .... #:,"FRE'Stf WAuIi"h' \ tidw' '4'k'l' ; ". \ rTjf +kd'/" '+'''''O: courthouse on Call StreeU....;>**...wr ,, -
K On the garbage front, the city look.

:+ Ohli \ Yellow 3, 69NEW up ed for trash.ways to cut. .the cost of picking f

Onions Because. of regul tlQIIs' at the f
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2J: county landfill,.the city"'!sometimes
.t, r has to sort out trash from limbs and
leaves before dumping! ,according to 'I
CROP Merrill Dees. He' said ,it Is often .1 1
.:{: I, i I Red Delicious 3 necessary r to, send two or" three I
df
; $1..9 trucks to a location where a resident' 'I

' i ...- ,Apples LB BAG has cleaned',off'a tot'or trimmed a j
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,. tree and.mixed in some. other. type.of II r
'."';71" vii in 11 s i w0mMM>Mnuuic/A. .xwr a rrn% w.rir f mmr iT r trash. t

.. ,. "The landfill! oper1tor.won.'t allowus
& . Our Groceries ii! to dump..limbs;?'if,there is: any I
.' paper in It, ''Dees said fi::; ,

.. .. Schaefer, !said "haying! city J
Hunt'sTOMATO residents place garbage and trash in ./
1J I Ii ; bags would reduce: considerably the ..
D l work time,required t],' by"'city .t

: w .' Ketchup .. employees.A "
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request from the Starke- :
.,< Bradford County Chamber Com ,
merce for$20,000-was) trimmed even J,
Ili 9.91C though three commissioners voiced '.
support for funding., Chamber"ExJ, ,
ecutive Direc:'..>r Mike Cooney,said F
e 0 I N UMIT1 WITH A$790! Oft MORE FOOD ORDER. the. money would be,used-to; help s
I i I I sponsor the Blue Chip' Community
_ J Program being instituted (to> preparethe
area to attract new businesses ', .: I
a 1 Kraft 8 g, Commissioner Travis WOOds''said rt''

Mustard 25OZJAft he wanted to do whatever he can to "

help the Chamber, suggested rt
that the city go ahead and give the
Yankee Doodle ,' Chamber$5,000 and look toward giving :

Noodles, another is.ooo near mid-year If
o CHICKEN, BEEF, 6lFranks the budget would allow; That' Bug- /I
MUSHROOM OR ONION'' 30Z gestion was approved. : I
a After adding and subtracting from

various line items, commission Ir'
passed the Information the clerk ,Ito
-- prepare a tentative budget document !

{ Sodas TWO 69 to be placed on public: display
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1 I II ALL.FLAVORS LITER Thursday discussion: :night, Aug.'. .,"30. at. :7:30. :' .for '*"'

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Thirst Quencher 99Pringles New "Dcunken Boater. ) .

UMOW.IM6.ORANQS, ': BIDtoTake.EfkCli, : ,' :' '.;1'\,
1 .r_. OR FRUIT;, PUNCH 46OZ .:. ., ", .

;' 4 Beginning Oct. I,:'wlldl ie" officers
::: for the Game and Water
Fresh Fish
VAN CAMPS FOB SALADS KING SIZEi; BARO OR RIBBON : .
"' Beans. .; '= 1' 9 '' .69 19" Commission will have one more tool,,
Pork N' ,3. .1 .Paradise OHvos M* ..0915OZ .Qoldon Flake' = 101 I Potato Chips $1' : to help keep.the'state'. *Inlsndwater-' ..
ALL VAMTfJS. ODRN ClIPS w'a rnMpo
.. Oft. REGULAR OR DIP safe *
: Dog Food. ., "CNI. .39 Pow Wow Corn Curls 1 ..99 .Golden Flake "eSJJ". scat ;.e ..,.\Zz'}' nea OR LIGHT :
' BOTTLED WHITE PIANOS OR SHOMNOOAHApffte PACK Off r IACH VtSOZ1 !Af( *!P'. '' 1 ,. (.,. boaters". bill .t.akes"errm" : The ,

,QteoJorWater ," 2"a1.00 Julca . :,' .........1.19' Wi'e..Snack*.oo' m ar 1.79 <. boating safety bill passed by the 1984 to
PANTRY p' the ThIN' ,STICKS: ", 1 "' '. Florida Legislature Is. patterned /s.

NMOSOMLOOProtzeto* a.xioO ,, Pepsi Cote. ; Diet ,. after the tough-drivinunder the In- ;d
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Mt.' Dew 6r t ''h forced, said Lt. Col.Brantley good.
PAHl'RYPNDII" Pepsi, $ Photo l .. .
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Lunch. ,
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\ : ., Pepsi ree4 1c".ti;; Goodson, director tithe Commis h'

.PANCHO\llU.AtoSI'AOOOft.Taco '.'," ma 79 Elegant. Flatware"" 'IREOULAR OR' :) ',"' ,<;.: itat2s.135Ftem $1.[ r* *k sion's Division of Law Enforcement,
f' 12 Exposures f said wildlife officer will be actively
VAN CAIAPn .MM rwva1' *MtftMt-wr arseos -.,...-. _._-ht ', enforcing the law which is designed I.,
....W..aee'9'w..Y017: -'Jt-.J----: ::=...::.. = ==: ........ "' "$169 > to keep the waterway safer .
, "'DI "". ; ?,? :-.:::,::::".,.::.,.==::==-r.-: = 6 PACK: 1 110-126-135 Film I "Last year;wildlife officer made n'

. .w..yrup' ..-... ,. ..99 -..:,.:::..:.,:.:.:...,,,.....,.--.t-... ; _... ... ... 12-OZ, CAN r,.._____._. __. ,, 24 ExposuresCIIOCIIYIL ,3 29'PNomW 2,154 boadng-tielaled 'arrests/'
'I'.\.' ---.on'--,..-- f ? -. -- a/MrwrW r .r..t Goodson said !"and In the"list six
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\ ,,0. l.M pa OMWk"* t:",' ,1.19' /NWrYa.MMAapwyrW, ,; ..... I month alone they have iMued.f
\ ..Il..a ( c.r.< I ,,840
,\ ,:I: '. ,twa;: .,, ,. I tj I't.: .;:<'VI ( ...I't.UH JH : 136 FHm warnin '
ql ea0lytrORtylOr'" ",\M' ,. f,1'; f" ')'Wr I 's u
\ .". \ $4 69'f newiaww1i2
i CittalArAa00Ne ';' Y Mu"" I 36 Exposures' '"This Jut help out of. '
, ..v.ok. ....iP';/ ::"... i101C .1. .... ..... ...... ,.' SALAD, FO K t take, Diet Coke.,. ".1.. fleers as they patrol fbrttta's .414 ', n
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.. ....CJIII.AOON. .... ?g' Tab' Sprite' Mello .vt7lk, : 99vR: ;'' .. square mite*'off inland..wwter' ,' h* ,
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Pf' Wednesday Aug 29. classes at Lawtey Elementary get them out of the hot sun,Paterson' cafeteria by second semester Free Estimates

I It's the first time in anyone's where enrollment Wednesday was says 'f, $, ,\\t" At Hampton Elementary... ?
memory that school started in the 'w"At
\ middle of the week. Teachers said 371Principal Buddy Paterson expected Urookor Elementary*,..,, Enrollment at Hampton Klemeri-: W 964.4824xr
t they didn't like that, but after the 41 kindergartners and signedup Enrollment: at Brooker,Elementary tary is down about 20 students from : 1
opening two days one teacher said It 57 Instead of two K teachers at is 141, up 8 students.from.last last year's 190 to 171 :
week there are three '"A, Principal Connie Clark hopes to I
was sort of nice to have a 2-day LE plus a part-time year's 133
y to begin school, Administrators say fulltime K teachers, Paterson has Principal Bill McRae, expects a have more students report after Let's bring our House seat back to the small coun ;
l' the usual thing is for more people. to teachers for each grade and no mix- couple for students to report. Labor Day. N
report after Labor Day. ed classes Work on the new cafeterium at BE School opening at HE was smooth ties. Elect a man of the people. PI POI.ADV
is coming along nicely,says McRae. and the students and staff are enjoy.
The workingwell YARBROUGHFOR
new activity period is VOTE ED
f; At Bradford High... Paterson says The studentsare The foundation is in the and slab is ing the new cafeteria there, Clark
:; Student count at Bradford High watching movies in the cafeteria poured. McRae hopes but is not says. LEADERSHIP IN TALLAHASSEE
y this week .is 1,1179(> up about 50
I', students over last year, says Principal -
Jim Duncan.
I The la-credit courses have caused AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG SPORE
I J. many schedule changes which BUS
students have been going through The
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this week, creating some confusion. subject
Each BHS teacher has a planning 6' \
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larger classes for some teachers.1q .
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the students were spread among all' is
the teachers, Duncan points out savings
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Student count at Bradford Middle
:; School has climbed to 857: ,up 27 over I I See our bio 12-page sale circular for even more savings now thru Saturday.
last year's 830: enrollment
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rain the whole first day I don't I
believe we could have had a better WE-RE THERE RIGHT GUARD SILKIENCE
\ opening said Principal Dewey DEODORANT SHAMPOO or 1 ,' ,
McKlnney. Everybody cooperated, WHEN YOU NEED US -0a.IPRAY CONLITIONEREVEN
and there were no significant problems 15-03. '

I,, McKinney. is intervening fora ON LABOR DAY. 179 99 1. ::4ii. 1
guidance counselor,but that is the 1
,, only opening.New teachers recently And regardless of when you shop, there's Limit HYDROCORTISONE
hired are former 4-H extension CREAM
agent Carolyn Redding to teach 7th always an Eckerd, pharmacist on duty to fill Umlt2 .
grade science and Cana Schmidt to prescription. We have what you need re to
teach alternative education (JIlt/boLl 1491oz.your .
when you need it. .
At Southside Ele...

Principal Jesse Moore reported ." .l'"
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tary as of Wednesday, Aug.29.
Moore says that count is up from Bt
s'A6
the first day but still lower than he 4i7 1
expects after Labor Day. The open. 8b9Rulaaby
ing at SS was "very smooth, though'a .
little wet," qr
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Enrollment at Starke Elementarywas s
604 Wednesday, just five under Butleitlnet '
the 609 students at the end of school
last year.
New SE Principal Wayne McLeod
ButieTttnet
expects a few more students after r
Labor Day, however.At Bu+ etL

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: n'; ."":'I111.' "ofe.;.I.,'r,.' _. : I''i./.'''Things: ,are heating up in th*gel;,.,, "t.y: aad\ }'arbough. He said that one senator'had told never passed a bill on his own," and
( f ,for Florida State UVe''Iir'" l'If''a politician knows the rules him "the only thing seniority meansIs referred to him as being a "weak
that county government should District 13, as is evidenced by the then ho should get appointed to the that too get to park closer to the. politician.
right committees "If elect me., you will havq a
speeches given at the political rallyat where he can have captiol/ v you ,'
operate for the convenience and benefit Worthington Springs last Thurs the power to do things for you" he Yarbrough told the crowd that < ,strong,voice for the small counties,
of day evening August lb by the two said. Crady was taking credit for "votingon the working man and the farmer. +
Bradford County. candidates vicing for the scat ,. Yarbrough said the District 13: has someone else's bill" in referringto My family nan lived on the soil for
1 Challenger Ed Yarbrough had the" always had good representation in the Prison Impact Bill. three generatlone'said Yarbrough. :
floor first and called incumbent' the House"until recently ;', He also said that no enough was He mentioned his background: a* I
?,George Crady "a toothless bear." "' tie said that the representative occupying *,\ being done for;correctional Officer; ,!the I Sheriff for Baker..County; r :
., PDiKLAU,, :y.., "Don't let people tell you that your the seat for.;,";district: ;;1 andsaid that for the correctional officers three terms "1 know the legislaturefrom
)'. representative has to ;wait aroundfor before Crady "Was on .the a p. to have to wait six months walking many crime bills i
\ .. ? a few years and gain seniority '. propriations committee: the first after the budget to draw their pay through. I didn't Just ride up here. I
before he can get onto good; commit- time he was there and stayed on it raise was ridiculous. have experience in dealing with the
tees" where he can have influence until he left. Time has nothing to do He charged that Crady took credit legislative process," he said.
over the things that affect; your c un- with It." for voting on bills but that "he has He told the people that if he is +
elected, '"you won t forgotten, I
won't operate an office out'of my
home I will have a public office witha
AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE secretary where the public can.
: have access to me.'"' .
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/ The.sUbject "be hoodwinked by promises and
self-praise." he told them to "look
around and see what you get."
He said that''when bills come Up
concerning agriculture, the state
or mental hospitals "I'll
18 savigsw know what you want" He said, he
would stay in touch with the people
and remain easily accessable. .
'"I'll' be working for you and you'll
see our big 12-pace sale circular for even more savings now thru Saturday. know you have a representative and
the State of Florida will know you've
got one," said Yarbrough,
"The voice\ of the small counties is
WE'RE THERE RIGHT GUARD +SILKIENCB : so weak it sounds like an echo from
DEODORANT SHAMPOO or + .the past.The large cities are getting
WHEN YOU NEED, US. 9-OZ.SMMV' M CONDITIONER1SOT. everything','"'e said '
nt::;" "But I will speak.out for you," he
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EVEN ON LABOR DAY. .1 9 I
_, mORTISONfSalways Crady Fires Back..,4

And'regardless of when you .shop, there's Umlt CREAM Incumbent George'Crady took the
floor and said that Yarbrough had
to fill
an Eckerd pharmacist on duty
limits i-0s been "kind" to him in Worthington
your prescription we have what you need (J1 Compare to Springs In not hitting him with the I

when you need It:', ., J .,.f : 149 Cortal.dO' "negativism"ties. 'he had In other court- I

Crady said he had recorded his opponent's .
speeches in the various
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--== -- counties of District 13 over the past
few weeks and he would like to rep. r rI
ly to some of the charges. Yarbrough f

echetcallingstatements
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II It I/ I "untruths" and' then
replying to them.
Crady replayed a statement Yar
brough had made in saying that
Crady had done nothing for the
smaller counties in his district "If
UT5 Ruttetflnget8uttedan you check appropriations bill
you will find that ,Nassau, Baker
et Bradford and Union Counties" have
Bu received assistance in several ways,
et through the Prison Impact Bill, the
Sparsity Factor that provides funds
for schools in small counties and
emergency funding for small coun-
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AIM or .. ties which Crady. co-sponsored;
1 \ BABY RUTH OTBUTTERHMGCI Crady -then played a statementwlasraLYabroughclalmed.tha

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6.4-OZ. HAIR SPRAY ANALGESIC SHAVE CREAM I ,U-CZ.CAN PACK Or 6 Crady+was not really responsible for
YOUR c0106c1 9-OZ. ; its passage.Yarbrough had said that
Price Senator Bill Grant was responsiblefor

C= r&iff gel cents reflects 26977 <= 1-39 1-39 "The the bill.Clerk of the House of

off Representatives must be wrong and
label. all the news pa{purs in that state must
be wrong'and Senator Grant must
limits t1mlt umm Limit UmIt4'patk5'a be wrong then"said Crady.He said
that Clerk Allen Morris had writtena
letter to him naming Crady as.the
man who 'introduced, 'steered
ENTIRE STOCK Of through committee and'to passage"the
MEN'S Or LADIES' Prison Impact Bill.
SHOPANYONE'S "Senator Grant has said himself
W.+ l, / that he played a minor part in its

ci o 50EAR passage said Crady. '
Crady next played a passage
AD ATECKERD where Yarbrough stated he had the.
: 1 II 'OFF same lifestyle as the people of Union,
REVLON' DURKEE ,County .
REGULAR "Ther something that he : SKIN BALANCING MAKEUP STICKS )
or EUROPEAN COLLAGEN BEN-GAY POTATO PRICE We meet all brough) hasn't admitted yet.He is a.
COMPLEX MAKEUP, us-ox. SOLARCAINE + .Selection locally advertised minister of a church. I have here his
$1 SS Limit 1 LOTION p y 0C1' may vary. financial disclosure which is public ;
nttAi-sm tam prices on Identical record Do you know how much: the 1
SMCIALfUKCtWM .
119 >495Sit2 merchandise, man is worth?-$1.5 million. Dp you
... know how much tax he paid last
C Bring In current year?-0. I'm not so sure he has the
NKOSPOftlNNEQSPORIN- ads & seed) same lifestyle* "lat. you' 'have' ," said
DePRttE Cra'dy '
CARE FREE CURL s claimed
WHEATAVIMSVITAMINMINERAL r = Crady said,that Yarbrough -
::::-.::::,:= "-'" .INSTANT there was $800 million surplus in
-.- the budget one time: "There has
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SUPPLEMENT ;.= MOISTURIZER. raj I MEN'S or LADIES' never been $800 million in surplus.
,
aTMum maa"XX ,1-01., BEACHCOMBERZORRiES Last year there was $69 million in
'if I ::r:::':::="- .t surplus and that turned out not to be'

gI NEOSPORIN 277' .wo w ENTIRE STOCK OF ,ENTIRE STOCK OFINFLATABLES .... Mpr enough Crady"said said that Crady.Yarbrough claim-

.. BEACH TOWELS ed the district had not gotten anytingin
FIRST-AID 149' the appropriations bill. 'The ,
.. ANTIBIOTIC 35% OFF senator"" (Bill Grant)' asked! for''
OFF
1 50%
(alas .=. money for the district and I asked
.- REGULAR PRICE' REGULAR PRICE for money for the district-and we
188., SelectlonmaYvarY. both got ItJ'Jolt!said. r" .
:.Selection may vary- Crady;also( said that .
I was.mistaken when he said Cray;
had voted the Child'Abuse
l Bill j "The Gild Abuse,Bili.whichWasIiouse .
Bill wee, passed and no)
outooqi one voted against Senate Bill 230,
FUAKJL1ERm concerned the licensing of day care?
-4H, centers, including those run by
have, in effect .
'Chruches-' : which would
worek\1 ,r' ox given the government the right

''Wmister I, to regulate your churches. The next
step would be government licensingOf
? : w V. .mtlFu: WITH Sunday chq BATii SEQF 'voted 'agairvjt SD-230, on religous.grounds. : .
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First test for Bradford High grid- the Class 3A Jackets 2112.
ders is coming up tommorow night "Palatka has another solid team j Ih 'y 'rlr
when the Tornadoes take on two this year/' says Hurse and "they
class 3A teams at the Palatka .Fall will be tough."
Jamboree, beginning at 8 p.m. Palatka's strong point will! be in T
f,. In the second quarter of action ,200 pound fullback Reno BelL Bell
Bradford will kick off to Palatka,; not only has good size, but runs a 9.6 i I
then, in the third quarter of play 'second 100 yard dash. The Panthersrun ,,
BHS will receive from St Augustine a wishbone offense which is 1 u ,
"As usual, we are concentratingon always tough to defend against ?
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the first game Instead of winningthe "I feel like we are much improvedover S7 {
jamboree," says Head Bradford last season," said Hurse. Last a 'J'
Coach David Hurse. "Of course we season the Tornadoes finished with VI/ ,
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r, ,are going to do our beat to win." an even S-8 record. tt. rr '
i.; Most of the gridders on the team night the Tornadoes
will see action during the Jamboree. scrimmage during "Parents r 14t
Hurse usually plays as many Night." "We did have a good scrimmage t r
players as possible during jamboree ," commented Hurse. Aar J
situations' so that non-starters and "Our biggest objective Is to playas
back-ups can get experience In. many people as possible. We are.
Hurse said 'he expects St. going to bold back on some of the
to have of the beat that intend to
: Augustine one plays we run against
clubs that they have had in the last Macclennny," added Hurse. v ___. .- ..".-........ .... .. .... III T :

several years. BUS faces ''first regular season 1984 Bradford Football Varsity Squa-...
The Yellow Jackets run the competition Friday night. Sept. 7 in
split-40 defense just as the Tor, Macclenny against the Wildcats. Members of the team are from (left-to-right, Front Row Irving Meres Johnson, Ron Brown. Danny Manning. Bret Russell, Billy llarrell Jess
nadoes do and run a similar First home game for the Tor- Jamie Whitehead Richard Crosby. Andy Nguyen, Rusty Sullivan Craig McSwaln. Keith Gillingham and Defensive Line Coach Mike Sexton.
I-formation offense. nadoes Is the following Friday night, Falsteaux, Mike Chappell, Tommy Parker and Head Coach David Hurse. Back Row: Todd MrLeod. Chris Crlbbs, Erin Mathews Clinton
Bradford will take on the Yellow Sept. 14, against the Keystone Indians Second Row: Offensive Line Coach Illjah Bell Billy Jackson Gerald Jenkins. Greg Jackson,. Frank Long and Defensive Back Coach. Mike.
Jackets in a regular season game,: Last season the Indians upset Brown, Michael Early Donald Thornton, Tony Davis Barry Warren Hartley :
October S, at the BHS stadium. the .Tornadoes in a rain drenched Robbie Boone, John David Francis, TonyDlggs and Chris Doughtery. BIIS faces first competition tommorow night at the Palatka Fall Jamboree
Last season the Tornadoes upset season opener Third Row: Jeffery McClellan: Lonnie Hamilton Hal Woods. Wesley beginning at 8 p.m.,.
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GAME TIME 8:00 P.M.' : ." stfamtle Date fat;the over run; two weeks off ,'the. mile munity fun bank.Run will Afterwards be the one also be presented ball, eg? ps.There Pre.regl8trq off! ''I '$444( 'anJ( .Jr'; .'1!
: :. sponsored by held. T-shirts will also be trophies given to on the i iRe tLl t Of the rIJc.I;! \":
SEPTEMPER 7 MACClENNY i i' AWA J, Bradford County Telegraph and the yrIl. EQ to all finishers from both the oldest! .and youngest runner will Goq r
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SEPTEMPER 14 Community Bank of Starke is set for Activities for the Community Appreciation to<< strafon fornrt' cdn be'pickeii"up '
KEYSTONE 'HOME, Saturday, September 8. :Trophies will go to first place Day following the race In- at the following locations! Chub's
SEPTEMPER 21 WILLISTON. Benefits from the run\ will go to the !finishers in the 12 age groups. There clude: Bluegrass Band free ham- Sports Center, Bradford County t
HOME Bradford wwiJi:: also be
Association for Retarded trophies presented to the
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Cokes National Guard Telegraph Community Bank and 1 i
SEPTEMPER 28 ('Itiaens, "fintplace male and female winners ,
OPEN equipment display, petting zoo for Sunshine Acres. ,; ',"

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INTERLACHEN AWAY"NOVEMBER Ceramlcs'Classes', \,' }\I';$;i'y > <'will run Through Sept. 18. ciuding boys and girls,'8 through 8? .,
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NOVEMBER 9' HAWTHORNE, HOME the Starke Recreation Department ; youth flag
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NOVEMBER 16 JASPER AWAY Monday, Sept. 10. ru ';
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JUNIOR VARSITY I 7-10 p.m. and Wednesday morning ""

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SEPTEMBER 6 LAKE BUTLEn I ':AWAY Morning Exercise ,

SEPTEMBER 13 ORANGE PARK"'"' HOME Program Set... .JiJt*** *(* if if * if ,*: 'Hr' *, **,* * * :
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Rail, 'GallinuleSeason OpensSeptember 1 "':, .,', Saturday,: ,Sept. 1 st.. ," '_ yr ': '>:


Hunters and flaconers will take to *.1 1\" '. and Monday Sept. 3rd' t *

the woods September 1 for the first, OF. Iji&R' BLOCK."TAX COURSE : :
day of rail (marsh hen) and I '
gallinule season In Florida. H & R' BLOCK, the country 'largest Income tax preparation, ;: Also the following S :
firm will| an open house on September 4. 1984 for the,
Rails and Gallinules are'l l legal public'to hOt how .Income taxes are taught. ; ','
game for hunters through November Anyone In Income Tax preparation Is Invited to visitus Saturday, Sept., 8th ., ,

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Legal shooting hours are one-half pe taming to Income tax preparation. ;, __ ___ ," ( '> < >. \" J : ,1
hour before sunrise to sunset, and The Incom tax'course begins on September 6 and continues ,. '1
bag limits are: 'clapper and king :for 'twelve wbeks. The school's curriculum of more than 40tax e HAVE FUNAMERICA 'I': ;:t1\1 \ ..i i.r
rails, 15 daily and 19 in possession; topics ,, '
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may For contact more the information Florida Game'andFresh hunters. Block office, 964 N. Temple Ave., Starke. or call 9648286. .,j.

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BRADFORD SQUARE"SHOPPING' 964-7830
Region, 1-800-342-1676; Central : CENTER -

region Region 1-800-342-8105 1-800-342-9620; South; Northeast region' !AR8RO GH has a background that will qualify him for Inv '.... ..

1-800-282-8002; and Everglades portant,committees. He will request appropriation restore
region 1-800-432-2046. some old buildings' and'l build ,,
Hunting licenses are available, some new ones. Vote Sept. 4 SPECIAL : : ,
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Be sure, Bradford OF, :,BRADFORD COUNTY?' \ .


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Many of you .I have seen, but some of you I haven'tbeen :r,
able to speak with personally during my campaignand
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: years i I for this I apologize. I take this time to speak to you ,,
not only as a Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER I
ahead. + ,r -DISTRICT 3, but also as a FRIEND in hope that You ,,"
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.First,.I would like to say that I have financed my own campaign. I have accepted no

[ growing expan-+ f I only money priority contributions.! ThereforeYOU" ,; THE CITIZEN, &TAXPAYER are my first and

As a fellow citizen, I have asked myself many questions concerning the way our county
I ding years .require '" I Js'being governed by the incumbent Board of County.Commissioners as a whole.
COUNTY Please take this time to ask them of Yourself, also. ; .
ing reliable friend} Clerk ,of the Circuit CourtVote 1* MUST WE' AS TAXPAYERS CONSTANTLY' BE,TAXED"IN' ORIEl? ''TO'KfEP.'
;; IN ? For I have and
: II OUR COUNTY OPERATION 12 years operated my own ousiness
..."_-_ ( for One)) have maintained a business budget along with a family budget I know. for a fact,
ly i and competent, GILBERT Wr-' that in order for either to survive, only absolute necessities come first. Any wasteful
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t I spending of monies must eliminated.. SHOULDN'T IT BE THE SAME FOR OUR

service. j jI t1 VIsI I COUNTY SURVIVAL?'
I -. 2. SHOULDN'T ALL CITIZENS BETREATED, EQUAL OR MUST WE BE A SELECT

Superintendent of Schools I ; FEW FOR OUR PROBLEMS TO BE'.HEARD? Remember, WE> ,, The People, ARE
Harold Davis. is 1 qualified'I I ? I d".- The Government and OUR county commissioners are elected BY US, to REPRESENT -
I J7" (Votefor-" One) ? :;' US! I feel that there should be a closer relationship between the two. It You,

| to meet these needs in I -JIM DUNCAN, ". ;-, I ""L' as a citizen, 'can't attend 'a :monthly meeting must the relationship end there! I
.! ., 8 I j\. believe our elected officals should go out among THE PEOPLE,,to locate any problems -
I' si that THEY may be able to help solve. If they can't do this as commissioners
;Ian honest, sincere; anil --::CHARLES. .,E.-<.FRANCIS. ; ;' 'I :|\: ,then do it as friends. MUST cONTINUE TO SEE THEM ONLY AT ELECTION
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:: : District-1, T"": 1 ,* HELD AN OFFICE MEAN THEY HAVE PROPER EXPERIENCE? (Example?

I (Vote,, for One) ,. ',,\: Richard Nixon. He has experience but would YOU.elect him to help goven Your
l t 1 'county?) Maybe the way Your hard earned money is spent is'more important to
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WHEN AN 'ISSUE COMES BEFORE THE BOARD WHOSE( CONVICTION'SHOULD

I :, HAROLDDAVIS. :" L" LAWRENCE. AAOSLEY',_ ',.\ ;,:,r'L.; .' ', i 'the same., $VOTED,;THEIRS on''YOUR? REMMBERs.tthe; : may: not be

}' ". *. ''* ?,.;. "J'. CountyCommissioner,,,;I,. 1 5.t .5 TO,WHOM IS A COUNTY COMMISSIONER ACCOUNTABLE?:'" THEMSELVES or,
I ,>*f *, : .J\\*' t DlSiliCK'9."i -/"i' ,*''T.>,f *.!;,': t >;YOU;a Citizen'& Taxpayer? .;r
: .::' -: ,: """ ':'. 'l f'I I *.' Fellow; Citizens, I urge You.to take an interest! KN WWttJ\TI'IS'GOING: ON: Are
I' ...: ._,.1 .,--- ...(.Vote, ...._-for_One).....,., ; ,Your; loved ones properly protected'against fires Are':(our roads: & bridges safe to
.. f : travel; Is Your county prepared for1.disaster; More importantly, is an interest being
f- .r MAXIE'. >: CARTER: ? -' .;..JR..,.,. ; '.. I ii shown in, and for-the future of-Your children and grandchildren: ? IT'IS THEY WHO
Clerk of the I> = LAWRENCE GRIFFIS'V' WILL,BE OUR COUNTY'S FUTURE LEADERS ; ? "'

: "'' T. <- r-- > <. : .... jvA,; :i I will do everything I can to secure'their future, to help'YOU w \YQURproblems': ,
Circuit Court .,:" \ CountyCornmissi gner ; I ,PAY OR NIGHT and to see that YOUR tax dollars are spent & rpanaged more wisely.,I
"i "" : ,.'N"\'fI.!( r /i'' 7'" ,1\,1 ... '" "' J .,.,,;!' pledge'to be more than a part-time commissioner. In order for"me to help You and Our
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1 i OF THE EIGHTH Notice Board of the Suwannee FLORIDA .'A "" 9w Mod. .MMSsuliSly.stee. Trr tls.s. iad.sn atsfS .h. ........ CMls a.tMf .,;...,., J;:' : '. '
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" ; JUDICIAL OF APPLICATION Unless/ said certificate' .. .
. 'Q CIRCUIT Rlv.r Water 'Manage. CIVIL CASE: NO. "84-184"
IN AND FOR m.nt District, Rout. 3. or certificates{ shall,, be TEST
BRADFORD COUNTY On 813198BETHEI Bon 64. live Ook. FL IN RE: The Matter of redeemed according to Enid )
FLORIDA BAPTIST CHURCH P.O. 32060, until 9/17/1984. Th. Adoption of law the property describ ENClushelyBr .
CIVIL CASE NO. 84-43 Box '". '*., .H Itchg 0/30'ROBERT DALE YLOR.d In such certificate or
32091 made
application certificates will b. sold
I IN RE: The Marriage of: for water use .permit ........ NOTICE OF ACTION to the highest bldd.r at
RICHARD GEORGE 3-84-00425 for an the courthouse door on H0191tE
WARNER Hu.bond.overage dally IN THE CIRCUIT: COURT 12th ;
TOCHARLESTHOMASth. day of
withdrawal of 0.0013 HARDWARE STORES r
and FOR BRADFORD September 1984. I r
JONES.
{ MARIE BAUGESS million gallons per day COUNTY FLORIDA YOU' -
'p, WARNER. Wll*. from ground water PROBATE DIVISION ARE NOTIFIED Dated this 24tN day oft Eunditt '
located In S.ctlon 34, I'll.{ Numb.rB"-76-CD ado that tlon an action of for the July, 1984. OPEN Sunday A Monday Labor Day 1o a..nr 'I p.m. r ro
' NOTICE OF ACTION Township 06 South Dlvl.lon ((19)) ROBERT GILBERT BROWN = a
' Range 22 East, Bradford DAIS JONES has been CLERK : No Price Increase Slnca 1980. Sept

5 TO: RICHARD GEORGE County. Florida. for IN RE: ESTATE OF flied. ogotnsr you and you 8yIB.ulohM.Moody : Tru-Test" Reduces 0 To0uatty , or required to
' WARNER, State of water utility us... BERTHA H. PEARCE. serve a D.putyCI.rk
;11 Written, objection or DeceasedYOU COPIof your written
Missouri Circuit Court of
,; ARE HEREBY comments on this op- TERENCE defenses.M.If any BROWN.to It ES.on Bradford County TRJ TIEST Neat rAIIp
l NOTIFIED that on action Pi cation may b. filed NOTICE Florida
I' *"h. the Governing ADMINISTRATION QUIRE, Tomllnion S
Dissolution of
for Mar
Board of the Siiwonnee frown, P.A.. Post Office' 9/l64tch 0_9/06 1 d
and other relief 1
has rloge been filed -R-lw.r Water Manage- Th. administration of ? ? "0. Slork- I X111.11i .11111 T-W i
, against Florida, 32091. ......... : Flat W+/
on (
you In the above-styled ment District Rout. 3, the estate of BERTHA H. or .. TTEs
b.for.
Bow *4 llv. Oak FL nu October 8, 1984.
PEARCE deceased
and
Court
you are re- > NOTICE
\ and file the original 1 with 1\all Finish!
32060 until 9/17/1984. Numb.r 84-76-CP ,I.
qulr.d to serve a copy of CALL FOR BIDS rtalrll'lllwln'' a ,
8/30 the Clerk of this _
your written defenses. If pending In the Circuit Court. 2 '
to It TERENCE M. Court for Bradford Coun- either before service on ter'' It41 orss:
any on Th. Town of
........ ty Florida. Probate Divl- the obov.-nem.d at.slon Hampton
BROWN, ESQUIRE, Post request bid for the tnll.y F1atJlcri
Office Drawer 40, the address of torn.y or Immediately following: : Y
k., Florida 32091 NOTICE which Is Bradford County thereafter, otherwise a GARBAGE PICKUP: IKno lr :
and with OF APPLICATIONItchg Courthouse, default/ will b. '
file the original Starke, entered
Must 'w
pick up garbage. So"M ? 118 fl. 81. (t lifts)
the Clerk of the above- Florida 32091. The against you for the relief Succ.sofulbldd.rmust a. ww.wTM*
On 7/30/1984, T.J. names and addresses of d.mond.d In the Petl-
styled Court on or furnish
certificate of
Insurance 44 Colors I
White 44
Colsrt I Whks
44 Colon I Wills
arPV Ftet Fkdlh11pp
MANN TRAILER
f"lu before rOctober" 1984. PARK the personal representlon. and own truck.
" Otherwise, a judgement; "'. I. Box M4' Brooker tatlve and the personal WITNESS my hand and Person must p.rform
shall entered against FL 32622 mode appllca- representative' at. official seal of this Court the satisfaction, of the g 1op Ciiston
you for the r.lI.f r.. ion for water use permit torn.y are set forth on this' 27th day of council. Colors Hlglw '
f'' quested in the Petition, 2-84-00421 for on below. August A.D., 1984. The above job should

WITNESS my hand and overage dally All Interested person TERENCE M. BROWN be bid on a p.r-month Sat-N-Hue" Latex Marvelustre E-Z Kare1M WeatherAII'
seal of sold Court on the withdrawal of 0.0135 ore required to file with ESQ, Tomllnson ( basis, for Acrylic
a oneyearperiod Flat Wall Finish '
22nd day of August. million gallons p.r day this court. WITHIN THREE Brown P.A., Attorneys beginning October Latex Semi Gloss LateX Flat Enamel Latex House Paint
from for Petitioner. leaves a beiutlli/l/velnty-llnt' nil- Oriel to s mirror-inooih. tami- This VMll'and': trim Uplift Is Ides l ,
1984 ground water MONTHS OF THE FIRST 1984 leave a rich finISh that' rosists lading craching posh
I. ending sheen finish on drywall '
located ptaiier gloss llnlalt on well vraodwoitDOIIIII for an? room In your home Driesto Ing 28 colors,block whole and
GILBERT S. In Section 16, PUBLICATION OF THIS GILBERT S. BROWN custom colois HPX
BROWN September 30. 1983. The pnmedmetal and wood "nd is fully ,
toil ,
willr.gnaia ileim.Scrubbahle i Hal finish that withstands Soilti. Block, while, custom colortsP' 1 It... Ool.*.
Clerk of the Township 07 South NOTICE: ((1)) all claim Clerk of the Court wnhable. P tot .
Town Council
lasting | .
reserves niauiy. pnlod scrubbing EZ Blois. Black, white, custom cola.. GHP 12... Ool.'
Circuit Court Range 20 Edit Bradford against the estate and BY; Faye N. Whltehead the right to accept or r.
BY: Lisa Alvarei County. Florida for ((2))) any obl.ctlon by an DeputyCl.rk (..ctanyandollbids.BldsD.puyClerk Clip'n Save BBIjfrgg I
water utility uses. Interested person to 8/30 4lchg 9/20 should be submitted In '
TERENCE M. BROWN.Wrltt.n objections or whom this notice wo ) 84 Fall
sealed envelope marked
ESQUIRE comments on this op- mailed that challenges ........ bid on or before 7:00: Mint Savings
Tomllnson & Brown.I'.A. plication may be filed the validity of the will p.m. on September 12,
Attorneys Wife with the Governing the qualifications of the NOTICE 1984, to Lola Williamson.
S/3O"tchg 9/20 Boord of the Suwonnee | OF APPLICATION
personal representative. Clerk. P.O. Box 250
........ River Water Manage- .??._ or ,jurisdiction| | | ofment FOR TAX DEED Hampton Fl 32044. t i ,J a A r11M11w/14I IwM'
District. Route 3, sp>ECra i
NOTICE Bale 64. Live Oak the court.CLAIMS AND OB- 8/232tchgS/3O_ I / All t
NOTICE IS HEREBY dayl I'n crlatile
OF APPLICATION !
acryllc 1
.32060. until 7/''
; JECTIONS NOT SO FILED GIVEN that LEO A. NOTICE j
atexStaln and Scaler ,
Itchg 8/30 latexI
On 8/14/1984 J.S. i WILL BE FOREVER BAR. HERGENREDER, the 4Se Pad Hal *- iWllhout

DAVIS EUNICE P.O. Box ........ RED holder of the following NOTICE I I. hereby WM mass ywwr Is.ntmv TR11@IBrI@r
Publication of thl. cerrif"lcote.ha.fTledwid!/ given that on M"day'Notice l larloanawJ
144. Lawtey. FL 32058 Laewlvr krye"' T
has begun on September 3, 1984. at
made | |
application for certifcates( for a talC
OFAPACE August 30. 1 9 84. 10:0: 'cloek A.M. fh. ,,,, i
water use permit I tidied M
2-84-00428 for an Personal Repr.s.n- fh.ontOTh. undersigned GATOR sew
certificate
dative: MARGARET ANN FREGHTWAYS.| INC. will While Oelj 1 YANe .WMre desraery
average daily On 7/31/1984.SMYTH """" .'. "nd yeon of Is- B
2336 Klngsport sell at public auction for
withdrawal of '
0.0311 WHISPERING PINES 0 Iv.' largo Florida wane, the description coh ?, 2175 Com- ( 98 coupon 5 98i 8 ,,6 '
million gallon per day MOTEL LARRY' F. COR- 330 of the property and the monw.o lth Avenue, Wish i coupon C.I. Fol. 8d. Gd
from ground waters SON US 301 SOUTH. names In which It '.
Attorney for Personal was Jacksonville. Florida
HeavyDutySiding
located In Sections 11 Starke. FL made Wnyl-Acryllc High-Hiding Hat
32091. Woodsman' Solid Woodsman'
Representative: JOHN H. o..ed ore o. follow.: one lot of Furniture Cleaner
and 22. Township 05 application for wa..r use Certificate Latex House Paint latex Wall Paint Color Latex Stain. Clear Wood Sealer '
JONES Essquire. Of No: 24. bole. consigned to Terry Ramovo mil Irom tiding,maul
South Range 22 East permit 2.84.00417 for on Counsel P.O. Drawer Year of issuance 1982. Castwoys Resort Sanlbel B lurfacei $ -11.oz XC-12 This vsluo-pricad pamt ,tiaras' Gives walls and callings' s vel- Provides a solid coot at color Preserves. wood and protects
Bradford County. average dally bright while,,ladaraaistantllnish vetyemoolhfinish, Uso on dry- over biro or stemed wool. Irom moisture dame and mil-
Starke. Florida ol 'Island Florida and Coupon 8ipiras Sept 0.1964 *
Florida for 1030 Description Proper- ; one p III on wood,,ttucobdct or '
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agricultural withdrawal of 0.0017 w.U.P'ltlor.brl".IIalll Ideal for shakes shingles, law as It allows the natursl
32091. Telephone: ((904)ty) : 0915420Ft.Sq.lnNE lot of Metal beds con primedmetdtmlan.. '
u.... million gallons p.r.doy ? LIMIT/ :Sdocaupmtor custonwr ,1-24 wood more YF ducke.MildewnsistanttootS weatherinsprocet6' CWC
Written objections or '964.5701. COR OF NE'of SE'4.Ilgn.d toAndrew P.
from
on this ground waterscomments 8/30 2tchg 9/03 SEC. 20 TWP 7.5. R.21.Wolf., Ft. Myers
op. located In Section 07, '

with plication the may. Governing be filed Township Range 22 East 07 Bradford South ........ .d'Name Ro.alle in which assessRader- and Florida storage, to satisfy charges freight' U.S.: '301 South 964.4642 Starke

Board of the Suwonnee Estate. under the provisions of '
County. Florida for INTHECIRCUITCOURTJo
River Water Managewoter All of sold, Section 4b( ) of Uniform
utility uses property
THE EIGHTH Bill of
m.nt District Route 3. Written objections( or IIIDI"I.&LCIRCUIT.b.ng. it the County 01 Lading.
Bow 64 Llv. Oak FL GotorirelghtwayInc.
32060. until> 9/1711984. comments on this apo IN AND I-UK Bradford" Stat. of. Carrier f 't,
plication may be flied BRADFORD COUNTY,Florda{' 8/23 2tch"S/3O. cA JVIessage from. Wilbur Waters :. I :'
1t! ..R/It:: )wNh'"the Covernlna/ .._.., '1".10I'0' s s PI .' r l,5 > ,71lIniA
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always In the told.newspaper and game, sometimes the whole story isn't quite I would like to take this
of the facts. It's we can't get our own opinIon muddled in the middle opportunity to thank all

the tarily engineer and just would tell somewhat the really like like to a stop train off headed on a SIDETRACK down the tracks momen-and the students, parents, and teachers for making .' r dame .'I

in the "straight shot" journey passengers.down a little the main more than can be included successful in all the schools '
story. So here's something from the SIDETRACK.track or straight news I have served, jy'' ,:IBM

Redfaced Embarrassment: over the years. I ,promise you that this ; same ,VII

Fast-talking salesmen probably make more than spiritof. .cooperation and
type work. Sometimes money any other ; understanding concern -
a fast talker can get.folks to invest their ,
money in a scheme to make-them'rich. Sometimes :will contimiepn the ,
takes the money and runs. the fast talker : : Office of .Superinten :OfM

happened.Now the recently following herein situation Starke,may when bear"businessman"some resemblance Dale to Hall what dent. I ''am asking; You to go to the polls, on Tues.

came had Inherited.to town.with big promises about investing some big bucks he day September 1984 and t.t
Although the fraud hasn't been
law, it Is a proven in a court of oil
facts SIDETRACK opinion that if you or we had done what the .
seem to indicate, we d be headed toward the jailhouse. Of .
course, authorities must\ .find Hall first. Therefore, whatever uY
similarities to what you'may have heard about that situation are intentionally VOTE, up
included In this accou-t. '
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This particular scam didn't hurt anybody much. Charles .00an
Take the local banks for example; both are red faced. Each had :
loaned the fast talker cash for cars md stuff. One
bank won't talk
about the embarrassing facts while the other bank's offices didn't ,ty
even know a newcomer in town had borrowed enough money to buy FRAN CI S

a new But,car that's, a van not the and most a $17,000 embarrassing boat. part. Superintendent, ";

Now you and I have ''ad
may grown up here and mostly know ,
everybody( we meet on the street. We go down to the bank and "Above ..O
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want Our First
Concern Should
Be For the
to buy a car or whatever and they may loan us 80 percent of the Future of Our Children"PDKX.ADV -.rf.Of ,
price at 15 percent interest. That's nice. .Ofp
What if I told you this alien to our county soil convinced them of "
his valuableness to the tune of borrowing more than .. .,
a car was .. '..
worth at a lower percentage rate than we natives ;' '. : .- : .:- : .'-: : :, ,, ";:. ,, ',.: '. :. : : .' ," .. >" .. ''- ' .
a nice deal. get. That's really : :. :, ,, : : .:::. :. .:. ,: ".. : : : .. : S9
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that While we're talking about redfaced embarrassment, let's mention i '' ''y j' '" "f. : ,, :, '4tk,, ..' "
our illustrious mayor and commissioner Jimmy Crosby, Jr. '
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didn't lose anything but some vacation time in the deal. He's returned 'r ""fit f.A-1', 'IC" ;d' ,: ," -

to his job at the prison. And, he is now the proud owner of a car One 01'the basic have' : '!: ": : :
that he probablywouldn't have purchased. Hall gave him the keys rights' we asAmericans : ;:1 ';'" ,, {:J ; ,' .
but left town leaving the payment responsibility to the new driver, '.' '<.. \" ... ,'." '37

Crosby.Now listen, Jimmy. > fe the right to vnte.114ore 'I, Y&OT

Being mayor of this rowing city on the super highway to St. Pete ,. / >"A
means driving a nice big car. After all, the mayor stands for stability Q ,; ,
in government and shouldn't be seen driving around town in some Americans are eligible to now than ever n ,
small, practical, gas-saver of foreign vintage. :: ;;; J I.
SIDETRACK concludes Mayor Crosby should be driving a fine < : ,, ,
automobile and should be given free maintenance service from the We believe -v ',.' .
a. : before in : and ; <
freedom M'ny
dealer as a gesture of good will. He's walked through this little ; '. '

"Fantasy Island Experience" in fine style and deserves the com.mendatiol'l r I" ..', t' f I<-r\..' I .. .. ", ", 'I! "I'' .Iy4
of the community spotting the fake at the end of the1rainbow. : ;" 'j.* i ,.1 1 "'II Y'" "
,,/: :' .>' : "equality for all. citizens and voting'isffi' '
While pointing our typewriting fingers at others, we ''natur lly ; 4((:, .>' "_ "\ ,' '$ : : : .' ::7,7:1'r.: :; : > \::.:; ), :
'want to include ourselves.'The fast talker made his points in the :; ,' i c ./' ..; I. ;. '/ti-.1:! ., '
press while boasting'of' his wealth and potential business prowess?. ?,'. ; t',r i ', ,: :: ,>i''- < \ : aSierequirement.for the privileges .' ,.?";>''V "fe't'iT '';! i; "; 'if '> ,,i ;0enjojas ,
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Weboughtlttoo. ', ",: .,'f't"' ...) "" ,' ''''r ,', ,. ; "' + ,r : :
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one trouble with
living in a small town. We know each ,; '. I, ,.
other and realize that most of.us are honest. The dishonest, greedy, '. ;,:(." ,.: .. ; Americans; I 1I0U.to voteoriTuesday -YIX--t '? .'*<
folks who happened to born here ; urge '
get have moved off to big cities f '
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and left the good life behind. ..., IDa I
We'll just have to be more careful to remember that big city folks '" .. ,:, : ;?<
can come among us and pretend to be. one of us, while actually passing '4 : ; September 4> for your ,
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the herd ,
through
milking the best cows and searching for I "U

greener And what pastures.about our new businessman from Georgia,.Mark Ken-. .' >. ,- .;' ,<: :;< :Y: :;;, ;; ::1 oSn&cike and for the sake ofgenerations 37*
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dall He lost worst With the fast talker. Although insurance may -' ,. ," 9
cover embezzeled money, it's tough to look yourself in the face in f"J', J\' '" ,.., .,WA

hook-Iine-andsinker.the morning and remember that you swallowed it all for.awhilee,.,. 1'O.. \ .. .. yet, to come,' -, k IS

Hall had-known! the fast talker for. four months and believed .. ," .- fro
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inheritor of milHons boasted 3 .
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could be aieiworking pful asset tojiirtnaiiiS&isg, &VV 13J18 &* V ''V .11. ) } .."... "'.. 4Jod.f' !' ,t .(, 4J.r.1;: I!: !..{....,,''': ,II_ .., IJ&. .. n.n.'T"'U'. ., rpc 10-' r, rtecfttBradford '
Before \ib jump to any c n uslons-about greed on the-part of the wj"?*"*'t>'\> .... \ '" [ :')"I ...- .. "", "I, "'1.."'_.nlft.. ."""',. ._' _., .. ..
partner arja the banker and the candle-stick maker, think about this. % y> r i&r
Have you ever thought that one of your ideas for a new business vy. 'f"; {. ..1. ._ .
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might be very profitable if you only had the money to put it into '? '" \ Don
operation?.' Fuqua. .. :
Have you ever dreamed winning a'million bucks in the I ; ,
Reader's Digest Sweep.stakes'and contemplated all the good you'' \ '
could do for your family and friends with that cash? Ji y .r
Have you ever dreamed a noble dream and wished you'could just! "
once have the capital to see if you could make it work? 'i><<
Well, a dream is what the fast talker was selling and! most of us',/ KEEP
would jump at the chance,to climb on board that train. '..: < ;
So be gentle with your condemnation and remember, these redraw
ed Individuals deserve a pal! on the back for attempting to hitch": \:
their wagons to a star. '
It's a shame that so many folks placed their hopes on the fast

talker who turned out to be a falling.star. tie' fled taking along !Jo.e! 'I,:?, <'
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dashed dreams with him. *' '*
Let's hope the bankers continue to watch; for! new ideas and
dreamers who need a little capital to capitalize on good plans.
Let's hope the mayor continues to ]believe,tbat hard work and i inr., I y, .
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genuity can earn success. .. '
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Let's hope that Mark Kendall is glad he made the decision to'i : '

move his business and family to Starke. to enjoy the good life a'" /.;& A
small town can provide. i'*' "*",- 6' .
Let's hope we all can place our hopes and dreams folks.we con: ":1 c;(' .1/;
trust to be good for their word and take pride In their work ?, i4: 'f.i.'iI.
The American dream can't be killed by fast talkers, but they' sure WORKING FOR YOU I IN CONORS -
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can put a damper on it for awhile. .' _
This dream that became a nightmare shall pass and some ole Paid for by Fuqua for Congrcit Commit;**-Democrat l.
timer who has seen fast talkers,come and go will lend us all/ some .,
good advice, such as; 'f.""
"Time wounds all heels" or "Time heals all I I wounds, "

So, train and keep tracking :1 '. . c. _
stay on your own . ,
Watch out for us, SIDETRACK will be: back, .'

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,, natural| cut french fries
Captaina 0 Sf fOK and 2 southern style hush S gg

I : Correctional. OfficersDon't t ( ; ONLY $1.50 puppies. *

little seafood place ". .., D,
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: ;.be.mls1ed.by P.B.A. They always en *' Ir anaountBl ..""gCopI.D" ). afraTlltttea'afd od' place ? S

dorse (the incumbent unless he has opposed rfro...I....

,their: bills They don't know' me yet. Crady '' e = FISH Ie .CLIPTHISCOUPON..i: : ;

voted yea but. did not Introduce} abi11,, or fight lr FOR L !
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not haVe' to wait 6 months ,to get:.your small Oft f> plrm( j Captain D's .
N .Not good with any oth" r ip: otal: ..
raise You' should not hayq to 'go. to school on., : (;i=aftnlldoPt.ts A agree?Httlewaltedplaeta! I.

your'.own time., .. ,rrlelf alle,.III! .,cuP nfis'Gpufatrli: aaafaelaa.f ..

'I will introduce,a bill to bring your salary up ', FISH at FRIES Two tender fish i'fillets, le

to the (national average and will flght,for;.you., =' FOR natura -, 2 southern hush
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Bradford 'high! li r'ross Country rstnners "'Everybody> is working" hard luturq, ',. I -: 5eVed frthmen j' on the girl's lean, lion with high Kt'htud'r'unttrenl .the squad are Cnlvfn\( Thomas pn1'
will be facing first competition preparing for the upcoming seuson- Co-aptairlS and Only seniors on are tori' Sapp Chris Anders, several meets. Willie Wright.
Tuct>day, September 18, at the annual we are looking forward to a good (the girl's team are Cheryl Bogle and Melissa Edenfield, Barbara Harris !Lori Sapp in fact look two first Sophomores on the !team are
Palatka Invitational year," says Loper. Linda Dewitt.. Both girls ran on the Rose Starling and Lisa Ticrney Alior places at a Jr. Olympics meet in Henry Cooper and Tom Moon. Larry
' "We've already been through onetime There are time members on the "'"v /and track teams last the freshmen girls ran as Orange Park a month ago. ether ,is the only freshman wi the
trial and the majority of the girls cross country team and six on members of the Bradford Middle Semois and Co-capums on the boy's squad. McKInney, Tennant.
\ runners area little ahead" of where the boy's team, with some season. They are'the only u turning School Roadrunners Club last boy's squad are Paul McKinney and Thomas, Cooper and Moon are..the
:: they were last year, commentedcross possibilities of additions I in the starters on the team season. which put them in competi Eddie Tennant Two other seniors on returning starters.on (the squad.1

George country Loper. and" track Coach ..,_ H ....u... ., /
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*,. be in competition before the Palatka Thank You .. .... .
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t l}':'l, '. ". Chapter V of the Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency .! !;;, g 1 :' REPRESENTATIVE. GEORGE .; '.;i 'jt"
f wishes, to thank the following, merchants for "
'r'I'!.:. ',0., Me 'S Flag' .' their generous contributions to our annual conference. (>/JJ; ,','

\'.;:. Football Possible.. ;.f'li ..: CRADY' ,
Denmark Furniture The Meat Store ..
Response to the Starke Recreation 1/, 1' ,
Department as to the Interest of men, Norman's Meat Market Spires IGA- Lake Butler ;. '. ,., "f.:
.' wanting to play flag football, could 301 Liquors Winkler Elect., Inc. .'.{!/;',HI 'oJ ,\ ." ,1<" ,' '
decide wether the programwill run Hodges Hardware Clark's Hallmark Shop \\\'RECEIVED': \; :" \ i .
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!. or Anyone not Interested in men's flag Chub's Sport Center Bradford Package '.' .II A Letter From /.
football for church league or open Bradford Music Center Bradford Square Florist '< I.. .,' '. / -"I
league are urged to call the Recreation 'G ,. \ ,, '
Stump's Dept. Store Western Steer SteakhouseAllen's
Department at 9646792. Badcock Home Furn. Office Supplies ; '\ The Next Speaker!It.! '"j

Mitchell's Drug Store Jones Craft Shop \\1if1.. .," ;

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United Pentecostal Church Wilson's Florist Florida Pest Control s '.:' ;'; 't t tt '
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For A Vote., For Continued Progress' Re-Elect CRADY .


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i8 ,": :,Stanley and Miriam Ma-this want to say Thank You for .

j ";':,I\\, ;' 23; >;:,years: of ',business. Come by and have a glass of
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L By Mark Kriedllu dinances should deal with the protection "semi-abandoned" state in which INRX-: : :

BCT Staff Writer of animals from cruelty as they may be left tied up for long \ .. ,., I ,

Bradford Humane Society well as their control. According to periods of time with little or no food. \', !I

members are performing a vital Mrs. Renfroe,' they should en- One such case occured recently .(... .. 'J:' "
community service in Starke and the courage spaying and neutering and when society members investigatinga : '" \ ".J1Q' .., "

surrounding area based should protect animals by holding complaint found a mule tied up to a .,.,::f:.,:, '. f'I" ,.Jo' .1 .::1," .'''I ''
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efforts of a few their owners responsible while rickety, fenced-in enclosure in a 1'" .., ,'1 ',. i'i
volunteers. avoiding placing what she says '
state "near death" according to ., '.
amounts to an automatic death ,f' "
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Their tasks are varied and their sentence on the animals themselvesif < t
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resources are few, yet Barbara Ren- the animal is picked up. ,r.. ': 'l ,It ". '
animals were left standing in the : .
froe, Lynne Newsome, Linda Fisher ,i \ "
mud with no food or water," Renfroe ,
and Brown
Dorothy .
were officially Renfroe says procedures for .
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recognized at a recent Bradford strong implementation and enforce- stated in her report. "The mule was \

County Commission meeting as of- ment of local ordinances should be tied to a tree on a four foot length of, ,. .

ficial representatives of the Humane .included with any new ordinances rope and the bridle had grown into "I'A".
Society of the United States. proposed for the counties of Union his flesh. It had a severe infection on ., ,
the front and back of both ears and '
and Bradford, and said the animal ;
on the front of its
face. The bone .
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"If they approved that's good shelter program is next on the list of '
exposed on the right side of the face
news, but it won't really change priorities."As ,
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what we are doing, and have been -- tli ,1 ." i, rJi say I" t '
doing for the past two years," com- the animal shelter is the The.society" members gave the ry 1 I
mented member and co-founder' nucleus of the overall program, its animals food and water but contact

Barbara Renfroe "I hope it will encourage operation should be of the utmost with the owner proved to be t
the county to improve their importance," Renfroe 'said. "The frustrating'at best when he told he
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efforts along the same lines. There is present facility located along didn't have the time to attend to his ; I
a real need here in this county and Alligator Creek behind the Bradford animals properly. *

the surrounding areas for better Square Shopping Center not ade- "Cases like this. are always.

care for animals. It's an area that quate for the job, mostly because is frustrating,'" Renfroe said, shaking
has been ignored for top long" is subject to periodic flooding. One of her head. "When the owners are

the most blatant violations concerns reluctant to do anything about improving -
The society has as its primary the use of a a gasoline engine to the care of their animals we

goal the prevention of cruelty to asphyixiate the animals unlucky ask them if will sign a release form

animals, but it is also promoting enough to be brought there. A and sign them over to us. They then ST. ..
spay-neuter clinics for cats and dogs recently enacted Florida statute no have to pay expenses but if they are LL a ( : '
and to further the education of local longer allows it, yet it is still being just not well off enough to pay forbasic aT 17ft7a.no'. ; 81
citizens, particularly through the done here in Starke." medication or food we try to .. '

schools. take them to new owners that can doa ,. ..t
Members say an effective animal better job." ,

Cruelty to animals, again most of control program requires public If the '-
them cats and dogs locally, comes in 'support and public knowledge of the the owners sign a release form J.

two forms, according to Refroe,who services it provides, as well as how society members get on the .i 6 c sly;' n y
rustle
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neglect and abandonment they are implemented. telephones up some t 'oeI
says are
volunteers to take the animals in and ,
the two in which
areas they spend
in cases, nurse them back to
most of their time trying to improve.The "Public information is vital," health.many I Ar !fuss { a t M sri i
society members are as activeas Renfroe says. "Stray and abandoned a

possible in investigating cases of animals can be found roaming in "It's very sad sometimes," Ren '. .
cruelty to animals whiie juggling'each nearly every community, not just froe said. "But on the other hand, .. .'f.' .\. ; "
of their their own busy weekly here, and they are often a menace to our volunteers have'* done these

schedules, but always find time to children, adults and other .pets as abandoned or mistreated animals a, i
try to help in a situation when they well as property: ," big service. Without -them. and 'k ;
are needed. without the proper shelter facilitiesour

Members believe that simply }job would be jiisHilxiut impossible -
The recent recognition of /the fourmembeTS truck to ,. ,, ,- ,. *f'i 'a
operating a pick up strays : 'h. ,' **. '4-4 t* A;' 4f1"tL pqyP MW1 al+ ++W stw !n
+- by the county commission and unwanted animals is not' the : 'p > / ..

was a formality Bradford Circuit answer to the problem and say a' It's very sad sometimes .

Judge George H. Pierce signed complete program would include enforcement ,-*_ '.. ."* ,-,..*r '.\ !
orders from the state approvingtheir of licensing, impoundingof r' 1
appointments earlier this sum stray animals in a properly Renfroe said... ?.- ,

mer. The recognition is the first stepof organized and staffed shelter where '**i !* '*. I

what members say is a five-part 'comfort of the animals is the prime' "Without volunteers. *,. '
which will be endorsed and .. four :.\ ;'i-'
program consideration, issuing citations for "' ': -
carried out by the Bradford Humane violations of' ordinances, regular it :

Society. This new program includesthe patrolling of the community, and investigation job would J.1 ::. b MI
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control of animals through a of cruelty complaintsand t, _

practical and enforceable county.or- all such cases related to animalson be impossible..." >;.. ,} .#

dinance, a good sheltering facility, the local level. \ 'Jp ) }, I '" \J'

ongoing informational and educational Society members often kept stray! ]i ... ".*j, ',. : ''C\\ 1
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public >education The Bradford Humane ;. ,;! -
programs Society and abandoned animals at their own concentrating on the schools and an recently formed three committees to houses when the local organization 1 .* .- ;. .;*; ,. I I\ F \"" "
efficient field service program, com- deal with the areas of concern on an first started. 4 I.,. i' : : '
bined with what members hope will individual basis. One committee will J, >*.J:! ,,,, '.' .. I: ;s

be an improved method of financing, study and aid in the drafting of proposed "We had quite a pack of dogs at '

the parts of the. plan. county ordinances, another to house this time last year and we've : .. ..,..... ,
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Members place maximum impor- investigate funding possibilities.! were dropped off on the side of the theStre ?ts." <'\'f fi''I.\ s < ,. ': !, \ ,.! .

tance on local ordinances because highway to die," Kenfroe said. Itriulfurd humane Stwietyvelunlcer Cerahlyn llilc liinleertt are kejtt busy nursing dogs, 4.'lIt"lIlI4l form .

while the city of Starke does have Local society' members investigate k "Hopefully the situation is improv- gave her pooch Gabrielle loving( brute after the |>
dog-cat ordinances, Bradford Coun- many cases in this area in ing but we still have a long way to was found abandoned titul in |parr health in Hie 1I1'lullm'd, 1> lhe iiniinul curt. fiu-ilitlcs in 'lIr."und. HiimmmlinK "

ty does not. Members say or- which farm animals are are left in a go. '.' mnly area. ..i;, 111'11, 'f'." i :' ,I r ::,; .

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..> 1 Events please contact the JTPA Office located Ot' the Bradford-Union Vocational School, or Ex.rc!.. Classes for FAll...Aqua9i>. of 6. Mon-Thurs.i| Sllmnatlict at 10 a.m (fr.. '

: call 9648092. *i; 'babysitting) and 4 a.m.-.-. Tues-Thurs; and Aerobic at,1 p.m.-Men., W d., Fri, and 6''
rp' I Stark. Boy Scout Troop 70 meets from,7',8:30 p.m. each Tuesday in the scout I hut; p.m. Tue, WMI" and ft\\ All clo.ses tort week of Sept 10. Call: 8H Center lor Health

Political Rally and Fish Fry...Thereo Community; Center Friday. Aug. 31. Supper 6 behind the tennis courts on Pratt Street In Starke. and Fitness to r.gi.t.96\ /-210, ., \y- : ,,, '
t p.m. Speaking 7-30., Benefit Theressa" Volunteer Fir. Department. ," ,J. l.W J"'! f.. ', ''i.' Ii ( ''.. :I riI
Suwannee River' Jamboree..To be held at the Stephen Foster State Folk Culture .t*. ,'/ ,' \' ., I 'I'i ; "r'-'v., '

Center on> Sept.>:'IS-16, Whit Springs. Musical.entertainment scheduled: from :2 to 3 ChurchesC'ubs and Organizations. v ;?: ; ''i'i; Santa F. Community Coll.g. Displaced Homemaker Prosrarti..Fotu on the l-utur* u .
p.m.. and from 7 to 11 p.m. on Saturday Sept. 15, and Irom 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, :'j' { ,,now accepting applications for the next class to begin Monday Sepl. 10'free oft,["
Sept 16. Admission I S3 per day, or$5 for the weekend for adults,'and $1 per day for A Welghtwatchers Club... I I. being held i In Slarke on Monday nights at i:30:; p.nri.+:Call! charge to homemaker 35 years of age or older who have lot their source al income, ,
children, aged 615.. Located on U.S. 41 In White Spring, 11 mile north of Lake City Peggy Register 1-473-2730 for more. Information. '..5.I1 >
and 3 mile east of 1-73 via SR 136. "a.". .',. .' .,.', a spouse, or who are dependent upon public assistance, Under the direction el Dr.-
and fourth ,' 4. Ann Bromley SFCC Director of Women's, Programs and Special Projects. enrollment Is
Square Dowel..... Square dancing wilt be h.ld the second Thursdays of ,
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Melrose TOPS... The weight reducing club meets each Tuesday at 9:30: at the, Homomoker Focus the
In Stork.,. of Call and St. a.m. limited. For more Information call the Displaced Program: on
each month al 8 at the Masonic lodge corner Orange '
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Eliom Baptist Church In M.''ro'.. ..l ; : oft 395-5047. /.. : ,.. '
Caller is Jim! Duncan. Visitors welcome. Mainstream dancing. < ;/ )1', F, tur. -t ? /1'/)'_,
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Sweet Adeline.. This woman' barbershop music; group meal each Monday ot 730!: I .." i t _
p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville. Women Interested In singing} lour part harmony Lake Butler TOPS. Take OH Pounds Sensibly Club meets each Thursday evenlrig at" The Florida Stole Museum-.t \ i ', '" 1./' "' '

are Invited to visit. I' 6:30: p.m.'at the Faith Baptist Church on 1200 S. 12th'' St. In lake Butler For' fyrtherln' The Gainesville museum feature a Florida covej liv. Florida ecosystems;the Hall
'formation call Linda Durham at '}, ,of Florida History and a Mayan: Palace and Oblect Gallery, Hours a9! weekday and:
BarkUrgatars... This male barbergator group meets each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. In. 496-33841' I. ,< ;Saturdays Tuesday open till. 9 p.m. I:'Sp..m.Sundoys and holidays located on the cor- ,

the P.K. Yonge music.room, 1080 SW J') |th SI. Visitor welcome.' "' ". ;'.: ," "' :. net< of Newell Drive and Museum Road al the University. of Florida. campus,, .,' .''t .,:, ';-.
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Trinity Episcopal Church.. Meeting held each week In the Parish 'Hou..'''Includ;': Beginning SlImna.tlcs...Tu..doy. and Thursdays. 10 to 11 a.m..Freq. Babysitting pro : ,1\, j .,; : -. ;;, :-" ; >

Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. > \ ? ::1.J vided. For Info call BH! Center, i.,' ,'? "y 'f'o ? ; '' \J f'' .fs '. $M' ''
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Cub Scout Pock 109 each Mond.y,night at 6'p.m.. -. :;i 1 ,.-, v,_ 12t0.1M.\ ; ..' Have an anouncement,... bet it in to'ui by Mondays .i i p.md we' .
Brownie meet Monday at 3 p.m. Aquaslse Classes...Mondays.Wednesdays'?and Friday. 9 a.m14.p.m."and; p'm. I,'"'cin put It In1 the Calender local events;church: : gatherlngil' special. speakers or"new" '

Girl Scout meet Monday at 3 p.m. I, For Info call BH Center?,9644210.(1, ,,groups organi"ir>g will be Included on request..We must esk: tfcet yaw keep them es,

Boy' Choirslert meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. ; .. .. Aerobic Classes are being offered In Lake Butler'on Monday and Thursday afternoon concise, a. possible: :' ., ..' .r
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Reheorseljset at 4:30: p.m. in Room 1368 Of Union County High School. Morning classes b. golf'Wednesdoy. \ 4 J\\.1, i
each al 7 through" bee 21 at the lake '
Christmas Cantata Monday p.m. "' .\ ,I ..
> Jun. 13 at 9:30 o.msCall 964.3078. for Information ., ;ti ,, .. ,,' ,
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( Classes..will be held Monday:"and Thursday nights In Keystone High .'' /r" ) .
Friday and Saturdaynight at the Hippodrome, 25 SE 2nd Place in Gainesville.Esperlmentol School cafeteria. Junior classes will be,held from 630.730: p.m.senior classes 'from ix 1'

Aircraft Association.*. The group meet and discusses aircraft each 7:30-8:30. Call 473-3964. .,&, ..; Concert:: Phone Numbers... JocksonvlMe Coliseum and Ovk Auditorium" |.633-29p6;
Sunday at 4:3O p.m. ot Kenn-AIre on the north side ol the Gainesville Regional Air. Aerobic Classes 'are being altered'' Monday?ond1 Wednesday' 930; a.nv '4:30'and 'Florida Theatre ..I-35S-J787,Playground Southt34. .6500; Orlando IcIb Carr Center -

port. Airplane bull _.''come. Call 377-3822 for Information. 7:30 p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday at 5.1p;: p.m. at the Keystone Height Woman'/! 1.30.B43.BII1: Clvk Center- '.1.303.345.9898'takelond: ;,, Civic Center and Thoolre -
Club, Call 473.3784 for further Information '" .- ,! ''' t:813.6: 607I2b Tallohasset'' Civicr'Cantet. I. t.'X)4-.81..ttflt+ Tpa'-TN.'r. .
Keystone Nlehtawls Night version; of Homemaker Club melts second Tuesday' of .rOvereat.ds 11" I ',' ; .l.1$13-223 898.v.II: ..HI.un Hell- t:813.223.O5l: : fr; V"SF Sun Porn-ti '.813-914.31'1; St,
month T:3O : ot first Baptist" Church In Keystone. Anonymous..meats weekly sttihe St ark's Auditorium .
\ each ot : ? m. ? Episcopal Churchparish '''..t..burgBayfron, J4ent.r 1.819.893.72SI': ; Daytona heath. P.alody
JTPA dike Taking. .( AppllcethMi.lor. their, Current progvo.: Opening.In Classroom hau... Thursdays at 11:30: a.m"F04', tnlwmgtionscolL, 782-3931.: j I;1.904':1S2.0821: ) Cocoo. Beach 8.-a'Y"1i r.30S-7BC.5111.,. ,;... "';'i' n 1Lr4&'; '1"'" .
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i; Training, course Includes: Business' Education, Data Processing. Drafting. Commercial' Cxercise; Cla.. ,..b.gln August 23 and'will :"held every Thursday thereafter', bigin-.if I 1,.. ,,'ljr'.., ., f"', 1'', '. ,, ,cJ',1', '. ')",'11; '' "'I ''.iI ,,.':,'r..I'it II'lKHc MA'* ,

f Truck Driving Auto Mechanic/etcifThere will b. on Cm-trie.Jol Training Program: fling at 7 p.m..u. the First United Methodist Church. Main Street..lake Butler. There t )' ;t." ; '" .'t,: '{."f' : nJ"\'. e ,'.; ," ,
!. Placemen* m OJ I* based on edue0tlor. |ob skill and requirement* ol the worksites. .,'wilt be a SI.OOcharge p.rp.non participating-'Clauses conducted by Betty Herring{It.' ,' ',',' a. .,Ija ,' ,', .. .-' }IV; ,; j;.: ', "" ,'
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ugh, Lavone Andrews found out back of the pickup on the passenger will be in a cast from the knee Bay down he DOT TIAREfI/ v
st week side when he heard tires skidding for three to six months.
Lavone Andrews is lucky to be and saw the vehicle about to collide
with the pickup in which he was Andrews said he
live after being knocked from the was very for- I
ack of a pickup truck and run overy riding, tunate to have been involved in that
the vehicle which ran into the "I tried to push off toward the accident and suffered only a broken
ack of the truck. Brews at the side of the road," An- leg I r- II

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lay. Aug 22, on US-301 south. of Rhea vehicle backward, Andrews
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campaign posters with Samuel put out between, the two vehicles," he continued Planning Clinic ;
:layton Wise, 67. They were using Tubal 'I "
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sign up near the 301 Drive-In theatre vehicle."I 964-6500( A lobster's "claw?" are not equal Iin size; I if the right claw
and turned back south on the four. think rolled over twice trying is larger. It meant the lobrter I I. "right-handed."
lane highway, to drive toward to get onto the grass before the front r.
HrookerTrooper tire rolled over my left leg," Andrews .
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driven by Russell Patrick Rhea, dicated that the Rhea vehicle skidded '-/ W "
27, of Waldo slammed into the 31 feet before slamming into the I : e'\V' \
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Staff Writer filtered anything like this," Mrs. first Margie Eland, Keystone -11'iI. '
The Magic Needle Knitting Shop's Janvrln, a native of New Hamphire Heights; second Margaret Miller, ," 1.., ,:, "
show and sale is always a colorful! said after winning the big blue rib Starke; third Randy Phillips!\ ,, rk r ;-,."..., '. :
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the stops and put, on a bigger and I'm glad she did." Needlepoint Pictures first -" ;t,'. I. ,' s rt,,
display than ever at iW-location on Mrs. Janvrin's cotton thread crea Julius Spainhour, Gainesville; set,t e8' ,,\rYX. { ;.1'jr'.,rir/( ,+\ "rw"r .
Bessent Road in Starke. tion took her over two years to complete cond Lucille Green, Starke; third ... ,: \.," :, ,". .
"The entries were the best they and is based around a six-sided Kim Sheffield, Gainesville; fourth-. <, .0. ,..,'- ": !:t ".,:'Wr ...; .' Yw
have ever been this year," commented leaf pattern which reportedly drew Mae Miller,Starke; Honorable Mention ., 4 ,j1..>..'iii" : .zsn> S ty : t w
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but cheerful air "I've been pleasedto Second place in the sweepstakeswent Crewel Pictures first Florence '.' .. '\h't/'! [ ;> \ .. '_ 1' .' ,," ;
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number of customers and of a set of four dining room Gainesville; third Kathy ..\ \\ ? ." '" ." \
entries In the show from the adjoin. chairs done In soft coral colors in Spainhower, Gainesville; fourth' ,. .., ",...,'- (, I :., ,, (',.r .
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to be as strong as ever, You The following Is a list of winners in Knitted Afgahns first Priscilla t' /11. ,j''\jl;' '
can just look at some of the winners, 'the 10th'annual event: Vanurin, Hampton; second r .., .;: ,'\" ;:. ".'to'. .. ..: .
here this year to tell! that." Quilts First Beth Rogers, Pen Catherine Campbell, Gainesville. 'I' ,' "" ;'I,,' ''..' ""J""f _. i'I' \; \,,) .. '.
The entries this year .included a Farms second-Sylvia Thomas, Crochet Afgahns tied for first .. ., '* .
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patterns seemed to be the rage this Cross Stich Afgahns first Im Heights; second Janice Richards, Grand Prize Winner...
year, with each artist striving. t& ,ogene,Moody,,Ft. McCoy;> second Lake Butler; third Katherine Priscilla Janvrin of Hampton shows off her grand Needlework Show
create his or her best, most com Sylvia Thomas,Lake Butler third Newson. Starke, '
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prize winning entry at the Magic Needle's IOth Annual The work took over two years of sewing to complete.
pattern. to impress the Anna,Barton, Interlachen. Crochet-Counted Cross Stich Pat
judges. Needlepoint Chairs''' first terns first Linda Wharton,
Priscilla Janvrln, a Hampton resi- Florence Rudd, Raiford; ,second Keystone Heights; second .
dent, won Best Overall; in the Show Cheryl Godwin, Starke; 'third Margaret Watkins, Gainesville.
this year with a beautifully rendered Lucille\ Green. Knitted Garments first 'Ana
knitted bedspread. She won'from a Bargello Needlepoint Chairs first Garen, Gainesville;' second -
total of 155 entries in a unique voting Anna Felos, Starke; second,Anna Christine Kenney, Galnesvillei) third
system'in which the visitors to the' Barton,' tnterlachen. Kandy Costello, Keystone heights
show are the judges. They are asked Rugs -' first Edward Ferry, Counted .Cross Stich .pictures -
to vote for their favorites when they Iceland; second Angus Campbell,
depart and the artist who receivesthe Gainesville; third Catherine Camp- See ,
most'votes is the grand prize bell Gainesville, Needle... I'age 9i 1

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Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm)' ,' WAYNE -"(' "J":,.". ;.J :,i i't

Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn"rightt6 farm;; ,. SPIVEY "" '

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Hanging Baskets, Fruit Trees Custom Made Swings J:. >:

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Manicures. & pedicures ,; }1. :. 7. r Democrat r
family Man Married with
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for all your Nail Care Needs '. =-r! Clay County.

Call! Sandra at 964.7355 ,\ .4. Superintendent.Elder & Sunday.School

or stop by .
Decorated Viet Nam
Merle Norman Building Veteran, Infantry Major.
tie S. ThompiM St. Starke ;" Bachelors & Masters '
... Degrees in Business
; INTRODUCTORY PRICES Administration! (UF&BNF}). ; .P1ERfCIHQPY1AN)
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a rainy day "Re-elect WAYNE : 1 WITH FDA REGULATIONS< ,V
Ut- A Dedicated Clay Count" Ian 1 IN, COMPLIANCE
For You.'' .
Working
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fabulous:" fall compact plusa { 1 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

full-size. signature umbrella //t:t. ( IBIMI | aHgMMMHM|| MH HH HhMHHHBinNMMWiB MH0MIH

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of Merle Norman cosmetics ) > > ',! It's Wise to Shop at a Homeowned

The,i','Showers of Beauty" offer includes t" ,;t, ,
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designed signature umbrella. .
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Family ]DaySet oao off a 40% Off any Levolor I ,yl'....

a Blind, custom and thrifty .M"::0

made. Magnum .

Sept..29 We didn'tcompromise Hunter's .. ;.. .

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has announced Family Day that for the all Second active( end Annual anything but. 13095 :" .
retired Florida Army/Air. National CAMP !ANTG .
Guard members and their families the ,".
i has been slated for Saturday 29 price. : i t, : .
September 1984. Recreationalevents FAMILY DDAY e 0* 'f\.\,
will include runs of 1, S And 8 ',
miles a Softball tournament; a tennis --- .Other Bow by \ t'

water tournament sportsl'; motorcycle volleyball events and o PSE Browning Pro Line ,/' .
tle .Lunch of grilled I
hot dogs and hamburger will be Ben Pearson ..'(<.:. .. i
available at a nominal charger The .. ., /. '
festivities +
will conclude with the -- u
presentation of awards and a barbe- STORE P We Have Archery Accessories i
que dinner (chicken and ribs)at the THE MEAT %
Officer's Club -$5.00 adult and$3.80
for children under 12 years of age 105 Edwards Road (Across from Community Bank)
On Post billeting\ will be reservedfor 964-5082 Camouflage Ranger ::
attendees on a first .come, first .
serve basis. Reservations ,may be Welcomes! You Take Advantage of, Our Clothing I Snake ,r.; .
secured in writing to Post Billeting f
Office Rt. l, Box 465, Camp Blan- **'* ******** * *** Custom"Blind '
The Thrifty Stock Lc gIngs'
ding Starke, Florida 320919703. < :; in .:.. .. ;:!Ji:

forwarded Registration be completed with forms the registration in at advance your'unitshould and fee 0 @ 0 f.et;; custom by blind Levolor.A at a thrifty. price ." ... -yr,

(Fee $1.00.$5.00 with lee-ahlrt) by ...* *....*....*.*.* *.*..... .*. * *. * ******,*,:*, ** 30 colors. Wand tilt control. All Muzzle Loading';:..( .;.
mail until 10 September 1984. Tailored to tt any widow up to .
Registration in person may be...accomplished ,EXTRA USDA Choice, 120" x lOB:' And the Levolor Items in Stock .- ut, ,
Friday 28 September at Special 1934Tbetween Services; !'on ', LEAN-= Heavy Western:! ',', .I.="'"+ ". < name on the bottom rail is your ;'?".,,*. ," ," I i ".
1300 and 2000 or Saturday;. 29 Ground Sirloin guarantee of the best ,, (
September 1984,from 0730 until 0845. ,.. t::C '.
Advance mailed to CW3 registration Townsend Strickland should be 'Beef . .Ib. 99C Steak . .Ib. 299 BRYAN'SAce I j,."** OH". Il0n.Eti1LI :: : .},... "'\'

Special Services Officer Rt. 1, Box HardwarePalmetto I ..' :: :: : : OPEN 8-5 ; ;
USDA CHOICE HEAVY WESTERN
465, Camp Blanding Starke Florida "

32091)9703.be obtained Additional by calling informationmay Mr. T-Bone 3 19 Deimonico 349 & Nightingale I Vic's Bass &<< Buck ,

533-2268 Strickland or SUNCOM or CPT Redding 65414401412.((904) Steak . .lb. Steak . .lb. 473-4006 US 301 North at Griffis & Son Boatsale's:( I ""

(Across from Ml ller's Grocery) 964-4461 (Home) 964-6121 1 1'r1

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drill Round Steak. . . . ... .Ib. i. J;.'

registrationThe operator MARKET SLICED I OLD FASHIONED J:::.. .. .."... ; ,..,
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Governing Board of the Bacon .'. .. ..' .u ..1,
Suwannee River Water Manage- AZAR *" f. ,'.,
ment District (SRWMD) held It* CENTER CUT '
monthly meeting on Thursday July Pork :
Smoked$29 :
12, 1984. Ron Ceryak,. Permitting 1'99 ; ;,Community
Director discussed' the registration Chops . :.lb. Sausage .n I?. i ,: ,: \
of all people who operate.d JlIng. :: ,Hi' .
equipment. .: ; "'\ : '
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Under this rule well drillers will be -; '
registered with all-water,. .PorkSpareribs i '. rI
ment districts. Watera.usa" permits; 'n, & 'g v Sank : : ,.: '
will be sent out ; :
July i0.to 910 State
agriculture water users ttnpermitted and- : . . .'. ',' ;'jb t .
application packets' will be sent.to: MADE ,1t J. !'L' ; .

350 The rural board churches also soon.considered, the Rib .MEATY.' .1ftHOME) 8b1; i I .1\ ...._ ._ I .... .1 f... ",
draft interim surfacewater a '': ,
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rule presented" "by Dave* Fiilc,- ",Ti s.-. .... .Ib,; : .Ib...;,,; jr JII ".a./// "....a" t_/. ;: 'i tust., u_" nuii I CIttot J.f: .
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held on A_ "r.4.. ./ [ n + UII"", ::; .j.d ngdw:, :.u "0 .1\ft!' W
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with a public hearing to take place: 'servlce'and'Speclal Specialty ', .
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was.offered to the district for acquistlon. -, ,::1 FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE # invites yotllo :our*' .. I.
A report board proposed meeting. for an upcoming -? .' .... 4+'

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Fall Fertilizing Builds a more Annual, & Perennials <-

Healthy,& Beautiful Lawn. .Arriving Now.....
Appreciation ,Day 11..
Use ferti-lome Premium Pellets .. .- ;'; .; ;
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Homogenous Pellets that last and are r 79 C' : : ;f

less likely to burn. ONLY t i ;I j t hd, Saturday' September 8 19,84' t j

Bag feeds up to 5000 sq.ft. $-O95 Y,6,Packs ... : '. .\I'

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Delivery & Spreading Fee 150 .Bank Parking Lot / U.S." 301: So.. ':. ;!;

2 Baa Minimum Macro Aru Only '+ \" .: : .t.'\:. ,

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Misplaced court: rif ofda in Union the records forwarded. Cason said 'Asked about tirst.degr'ee murder of Jmu.ii and that file had hues completed : ed qy''trantiilional t problem
County caused two lawyers to seek several files had been updated after Driggers, of Providence. He received forwarded to' the Supreme Court .I different persona,:fcept track of
assistance in getting needed files to the motion was filed and beforeCtson received phone death penalty. clerk's office. those files. Four persons have been II:
"o forward with appeals. for con- discovered the situation 10 and news said she had learned of the' Cason said the problems In pro assigned'' to handle court records, ,
icted( : inmates. days later. motion he had In the Stow cove[ records ceasing the court records had been during Caaon't', term. / : .,
.; Court Clerk Margie Cason said The uncompleted files were processed provided I :illi '.' ;
that the problems occurred because by Cason andanother-assistant DrlggersTitid '(r
an assistant failed to complete court who is being trained to handle '' In another ., .' "' !
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to the pro- record-keeping Carey said she *
>er appeals court and att&rneys In- On Aug": i, Assistant Public supplementary .. ., ,
,.r olved. She said the problems were Defender Rick Replogle filed a me mond Stone .
!wing handled and that only two of hOn'to delay an appeal for Larry peal. Stone : .. '" it"
t'.'I' lhe nine cases Involved remained toe 'Troy. Replogle said he was facing a' :
: > processed. Sept. 17 deadline and had not receive i l 'k'' r' ti
's 1 f Cason said she didn't know about",, ed the Union County records he .. .. :
!t he problem until Aug. 16.:She said needed to complete the appeal. Troy AI"Ir .
I?:, ker assistant had not told her about received the death penalty'for the '1, .'".;
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Eunice arrested Kling Smith Griff, mise to appear in court. Ile 4 1
47, of Starke with driving; while. ? ,,.Marklee, John Harris Jr.* 25, of ;t'
jjcense suspended on Aug. 28 at 8:30: Starke was arrested Aug. 23 at 12:10: ; :'.
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'; k.m. a.m. Inside the Econo Lodge loungefor \ 1 : ( ;
!fi:Phillip; Keith Goldsmith* 18,' :"of disorderly conduct and resisting \ .
Jacksonville; was arrested for arrest 'without violence. Starke ''r
possession of less than 20 gramaOfnarijuanna Patrolman Paul Rhoden said.he ask- '
and drug paraphernalia ed Harris to leave the.lounge 'and' \
pn Aug. 25 at 3:30 p.m. Trooper W.D. had to arrest him after he.refused togo \Uj t
angston, stopped Goldsmith about peacefully.
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f leased on bond. by Brooker Marshall T.E.
Raulerson 28 at 10 45 9647423'I' V
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she could S rom J W",space as she the money benefit in your your own friends communityto and U.S. 301 South 964-6071
wanted and I could stool have plenty neighbors," he said.
of room for a barbecue. or to sit our Pauls is also concerned
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:, In the sun," he said. very "The Country Store For More,1Open
keeping the things he likes best
! said"I 1,realize"But my that life's I'm a ambition yankee,"has he about Lake,Butler,the fresh air and 9-8 Monday, ; thru,Friday 9-7 Saturday
I clean water just as they are He had
I yankee been to, but move I'm to a Florida. I'm a heard about the gasoline contamination ;; Compare Our;! Prices, & Save!1I1
J naive."would probably square be yankee a'*.,gooxlword. from Lake and Butler made certain is still suffering that the Quantity Rights Reserved We Accept USDA FoocLStampsQuality
tanks were cleaned and checked .
' He said that he plans to hire a. before putting gasoline in them. I
\' good, local mechanic, and maybe Some people may not think that
later some kids to do washing and Lake Butler, a small town in the
r: waxing, and he hopes to put in tires smallest county in the state,is much
and auto parts as well. of a dream come true, but to Erwin e 4 BIG
h lie wants to hire local people so he Pauls it looks like heaven. As for 1
I. can share his good fortune with the Chicago, "I don't ever want to go
r community "I believe in keeping back there." he said. HOURS .

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MEAT MARKET 5:00: 9:00 only .

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Meats- Super Prices

Shoulder Steak $1 5 9

and Roast lb. PORK RIBLETS Whole Fryer FRESH

10 LB. $8.99 (LlmIt6)51C) lb. .., r GROUND''BEEF, 95<=lb.BUTTS BOSTON $ "1 19 lb.
Chuck Steak
$1 2 9

and Roast ''Ib. SMOKED Y BONELESS 12 OZ,
PICNIC r BEEF OR REGULARBOLOGNA

Hog Neck Maws Bones 3 .9 C lb. Turkey Pig Feet Necks HAMS 69Cm. y .' ROAST CHUCK $1 QO lb. FRANKS AND PKG 8SC ,

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Turkey Wings Pig

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plus tax & der 2 Liter ., I" DIET PEPSI 2 Liter '.
PEPSI GOLDEN FLAKE $ "9 1 9 ,

.. Products "S 9 o= ea. Pepsi Free $1'6 Q Coca Products Cola 89,<= CHIPS

Flowers 20 oz.BREAD 6'Pk. Fans BUY ONE GET ONE .FREElA ,
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All \ Biscuit,Cornbread;. BUY ONE '- GET ONE' 1 .;
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Meat BUY ONE ,6 9 C= Pancake Yellow | FREE
Old Milwaukee 79Boiled GET ONE FREE. Cornbread Mix
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1984 YOU SA E.$30 $40 WITH PURCHASE OF,A'JHIND QUARTER FROM NOR.
Bologna$1.69b HOW'TO '::'"..:,::.'..<':'', \
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Ground Beef Delmonico" Ribeye I

Leather .". ..;.';$'369 .
31bs or lb., ., lb. ':
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Belts . 1- MEDIUM FRESH

Wolverine I 4;) FRESH Quarter Sliced .: --.O Lb. BOX Shrimp . $4}f.99, lb. ,\ .21 r, : I ".

Pork Loins Pork .Rlblets LARGE i
Boot Sale FRESH J' "
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$1 59 $ 49' Shrimp ,.:: 'Iprd; )'i ,
For Ladies & Men lb. .r-I.. Box ,, ,l' '" 'i'" d J., '
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Wrangler"Jeans /t' SUNNY LAND REG OR BEEF 1:.' LIVE Blue;Crabs. $4 OOoz ,i

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Photo by Mark Frl dln| ..' i 4\ t NECK, SHOULDER & ARM PAIN ", r
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Manager of the Month \ !, ,
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Mark Frlrdlin Maintenance and exhibits "outatan- <:her said. "We hope our'other, r ,, Master Medical Plan.Medicare Etc. .
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the first time recipient of the com i | Keystone Heights Florida{ 32656:
pany's Manager of the Month" "
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Marion said.f'l hope I can keep it up.I After Inventor Sale Sale Save Save ':
would like to thank all the people Save

here who have helped to make this ..
everyone possible and to come I would by." .like to invite IT'S ALL COUNTED AND MARKED DOWN TO SELLSPECIALS All New 84 Cars Trucks Vans'Before : .

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presented to Ms. Walmsley by Area G.E. PECIAL '- Now' Sale \
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the local included restaurant employees because the at competition fran you Buy" -' Get: Your :Best Price ; r

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chises Jacksonville Gainesville.owned' ,. by Orange the company Park, and in RefrigeratorwFree cu. Reg. $449.93 ;:;,: ,: i.otl'!'come see' the good oil boys, at: I',::(,{ "

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will be displayed in the manager'sstore Reg. 699.95' I",
for one month.' CWh&1 SLIUCTRINS 1IMNIRMURM I Small Enough to Know You
The plauqe is awarded to the NOW $598

'manager that excels' in sales, promotions e22 cult Side-by-Side Refrig '998 Automatic Washer '298 / ,,Big Enough to Serve You '-----_._
custoomei"? service store _
I -30 cu. ft. Electric Range 298 Electric Dryer '288 / USED TRUCKSUSED CARS' ,
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Ne Built-In Dishwasher 288 .15 cuft Chest Freezer '348 SEE EDDIE STARlINGBOB, CALLAWAY ,
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fl I pngel; Some. One-Of-A-Kind Some Not Available At All Stores .3 Ford Ranger 81 Ford Nc1iUp. 83 Dodge Aries 7.9 Nova Z. DOOl.H8. cw
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Heights; second Margaret Miller, LITTON SPECIALSRCA : '" e 8 t : {
Keystone Heights; third Carol SPECIALS o LOW MILES G000 WoaK TRUCK LOW MILES m
Saunders Keystone Heights = 83 Dodge PU lWO 81 Dodge PU LWB 82 Dodge Aries 78 Dodge"Aspen:SW g
Crochet Tablecloths first Q 4 ,p., .PS. PI 6 cyt., AT, 21one, 4 Or., AC, PS, PB V-a AT, AC, AS : "
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Nita Bacon, Interlachen; third-Gertrude 'w '5888 '4488' '4388 '1680' r
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Rudd, Raiford; second Sarah TV FEC496 I Aeg.279"COLOR -. lOW MILES AC, AT, PS 4 sp OD, AC, PS 2 dr:, AC,PS, PB m

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Heights; Honorable Mention Lyn Now MICROWAVE OVENS 82 GMC LWB PU 77 Dodge Van 80 Zephyr 4 r, a sun m I,
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presented to Myrtle Ivey of Uiwtey Giant MeaMn-One *f298 .
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Firestone announced recently that _uou_____ ._ __-_._--_--_-_.. ,--' '
the Suwannee River Jamboree will -
be held at the Stephen Foster State
Folk. Culture Center Sept. 1516. ... ,.. .
This event'will bring to the banksof > 'y -
the Suwannee River some of the I"," ,f, '. I
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of the popular radio ] '- '
original cast i 141.11 ,;:, .
and live country music show held In,
Suwannee County over 30 years ago.:
The Jamboree took place in' Live NE'f: : IJSEH & ] i
Oak from 1932 until the early 1960s, ,
At one timed; twenty-six: radio sta. I' : : : BN wYTjd{ : '1f'S-JO' .Ne Hluj<'&,:IHA V IIE..OS"SS.. "OlJ JESI
lions carried a weekly half-hour program I
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tobacco taped warehouse. Many notable 'V "S'A :( .:,
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country music performers'were HILL; :t 24x44 3 1V2 BA '

regular memb/rsof thqj Jamboree, i iI

cast.The spirit 'of the'Jamboree" ''will. I i. CJ b2tJ t w rN.QlliDES,go, GAUQN WAliA''! BEATER' ,' i FRQST-f RE

'revived as past performers and i i
CO REFRIGERATOR
others taking part present some of ; I BEDROOM DINING, CARPET THRD.UGH.QUL) APPLIANCES} ;
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the songs,which made; the,.ships'part -
of "Florida's country Firestone.,music t 0 ROOM' j_ DRAPES} PLYWOOD FLOORS MASONITE A SIDING ,. ,.
heritage said Secretary .
Many musicians living in .the r : ( V \
Suwannee .River* Valley' have accepted .
invitations from the Departments RR'; '. "j t I :
of State's Florida ,.Foiklire If ,
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Programs ,U- play 'on the- outdoor : ,
stage, at the' Center in this I n nt ..
"homecoming'' event. Musical entertainment -,( I t 16'M : : ,. : ., ,
Is scheduled from 2' to 5j! 't.' :: sec. so.i FT! .''y' ,. .. ':,;
p.m., and from:" to II p.m., Saturn .

day Sunday, Sept.Sept ISj) 10 and,'There from Is 2 to plenty e p.m.of 12*. 12' ;' 24x44 -'DELIVERED. .&' .SET-UP. .., .,...

overlooking space for lawn the chairs amphitheatre and blankets tage. ..,. Come out and check our prices.,Priv link, .4.1 FINANCINCT: AVAILABLE' : ALSO .Hf'.A., AVA S..I I 21 r N, Et -y. tonUgh I 7 I

'Admission iw*9 per day or$5 for the ''''IV. a lot Ouf Mrvkc is Wcond 10 nun; ,
weekend for::adults, and $l per day ; ,, e s.,.... \, .'" Pla'tGs. I'
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Miss Wilma AlexanderMiss brother James m.t; of : Putnam Gainesville .after a brief illness)\''Mr t a Water' ; 33 grandchildren and 31 great- Hoboken, Georgia, moving i to' ; Sara Herring of
Wilma Alexander, 81 of Hall; one sister Mrs Annie Bell of Croft was a lifelong resident of'Union r ndchUdren. Butler in 1931. lie was a Avie Kelly of
('("nlt'r Street in Starke, died Wednesday Palm City Fla.; 16 grandchildren County and was a member' of the held the First Christian Church of Massey of Chicago,
nIght August 22, in Whispering and 14 great-grandchildren. Johnstown Baptist Church and the Funeral services were Tuesday Butler and was retired from ; 22 great-
Pints Care Center in Starke, following Funeral' services were held at 2. widow of the late Charlie Croft. morning at 10:30: in the Chapel of ment of Agriculture of the Lak9'i three great-great-
of Lake
Home Butler,
p.m. Wednesday, August 29 at Archer Funeral Florida. He also served
a long illness as a
graveside in Hope Cemetery with Survivors include with Rev. C. F. Durrance and Rev, Commissioner,
three County
Born in Hampton, on December 1, sons Garyof ,
Burial held ,
Creed officiating. was were Friday
Ward Roscoe
officiating.
I'M).!, Miss Alexander was a lifelong Rev.The Leamon Jones Funeral Home of Lake,Butler, Larry of Jacksonville'Beach in Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direc- Survivors include his! wife, In the First Chris
evident of Bradford J County. She was and Wallace of Lake Butler; Dessa Courson Crews of Lake "
Funeral Home. ; Butler with Rev. ..
Keystone Heights was in charge of arrangements five daughters, Helen Whittle or tion of Archer three ;
u member of the First Baptist ChurchofSLuke daughters, Cindy C. Burial will ",: ""'':
latlng. < :
Alachua, : .
Geraldine
Moats of Baldwin, Vivian Whitehead ft,
Cemetery in Union /1 f<'\
Survivors include two cousing, Mrs. "Simon" Grimes Lacoochee, Lula Mae Alvarez of Lonnie M. Crews Margaret Pritchett both of Funeral Home of:;"Af.,"'{:,;,,
Henry Madison, Barbara Alvarez of Butler, \
Ki nest I Muggins of Alachua, and Mrs. Hudson. son Mac Crews of '.
Henry E. "Simon" Grimes, 76, of and Linda Lee Stafford of Istachatta Lonnie Matthew Crews, Sr.,83,died ''I(<, \{ \\ :\,(
A. I n. Martin of Hawthorne. '
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Starke, died Sunday in 22, in Alachua ..f "' NN'"
Funeral services for Miss Alex- Crystall..ake. Fla.; two brothers, Seeber Dees of Wednesday Aug. --- -----7"---"" ::; :tk;: ;
antler were held at 2 p.m. on Saturday Alachua General Hospital following a Lake Butler and Henry Dees of Tam General Hospital after an apparent MAXXIMA PRODUCTIONS NTS";: ; .':
Aug. 25, at the graveside, with long Illness.A pa; one sister Rita Gordon of Clear- heart attack. Mr. Crews was born. In PRESI :' : ,
of Nashville, Mr
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Hen P. Bryant conducting the .
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moved'to Crystal Lake ten -
!services. Interment was in Crosby Grimes ( N
Lake Cemetery, under the direction years ago from Jacksonville. Mr. \ AND THE BAM BAND '; <
and PiNEHURST :
tif Jones Funeral Home, 514 East Grimes was a retired manager JV :
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Nona St. Starke, Fla. partner in Clark Fruit Company of J ',
Jacksonville. He was a member of the AM9J
Methodist Church and the Starke Elks GROCERY & VARIETY 'd ,; ,

!Mrs. Olive Daniels Club. 1000 S. Water Street (Hwy 100 S.) ', .' .,." A"
Mrs Olive Triest Daniels, 92, of Survivors include brother Charles '$
Keystone Heights, died Sunday in Grimes of Dade City, Fla., and 964-5587 WITH"VERY ..' ... $ .
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Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville several nieces, nephews and cousins. : : .
following a brief illness. Funeral services were held at 2 .': ',' ,' r
Mrs. Daniels was a native of Fargo, .m. Wednesday, Aug. 29, gravesidei Diet Pepsi & Diet Pepsi Free SPECIAL' GUESTS :
Riverside Memorial Park in '
(;eurgia, and an area resident for i '
over 70 years, the last 18 in Keystone Jacksonville, with Elder Bob Smith r' : "The ", ,. I .,.,,".':.
I Heights) Mrs Daniels was a retired officiating. Jones Funeral Home of $1.696pk cans "
Keystone Heights was in charge of ar -
Licensed Practical Nurse, a memberof
the First Christian Church in rangements.Mrs.. 1.29 4' :
Hampton. Pepsi & 7-UP 2 Liter Outlaws'SATURDAY / :
Pearlie Croft i .
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Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. ..
Mrs. Pearlie Dees Croft,72,of Lake .' ; .
Mollie Burton, Leesburg; two sons; 25 % Off Jeans STOIC ..,
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Frank Kelsey of Auburndale, and Joe Butler died Saturday afternoon in the pU. ,
Kelsey of Henagar Alabama; one Shands Teaching Hospital in > '. ,' ,
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UCT Staff Writer '. yards where he worked. The though, He says he knows it's going ,
"Do unto others as you would have employees were given the choice of to take a lot of hard work, but he -, '. I
( them do unto you" is known as the retiring' receiving a lump sum believes he can make a go of it. .t <> '
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.Golden Rule, but Lake Butter will At present ho is living above the '
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f shortly come to know another Pauls\ said he chose the payment station until things really take off ? i'
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.k Golden Rule very well, the, Golden'' because would, help him fulfill a and his son finishes college two '. '"I
iS'1 I'll q qw '.nule Service Station being opened dream he bat had for Ions, time. years from now. 'IH
f 1f .,," :,by Erwin Pauls on Main Su"etat the "When I was in the Marines, I,was The appearance of the station has fA ,'' 1
IIII M sight of the old Coastal Oil Company. statiUoned in Florida for a while and, already changed after a lot of hard. / ,
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? .,+ Pauls said he chose the name loved it here. I've always wanted to work by Pauls and his associates .,", ,;*,- '.jt
Golden Rule because he has always come back. Even if this place who are helping with the business\ .".;'a, V I
: : tried to live by that code. "I've never doesn't :workout and I have to go After a new coat of paint and some xI j ,. I
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Erwin Pauls at Golden Rule tiqn several weeks ago..He worked call most of the time. "I could have' the town," he said, "It's much more .''" !
with the' railroad in Chicago and a sat around and waited out my time comfortable than Chicago. ;
t for a pension, but I didn't want that. He said the weather hadsomething "'
__. 1 wanted to work," said Pauls.; to do with his decision to
He said that be doesn't really havea come to Florida. "I've worked in the Vt
( lot of big moneymaking plans for railroad yards in Chicago! when it 'r!
the near future, "I don't have' to was so cold we'd have to go inside ,t\
n M make a fortune just enough to live' every 15-20 minutes to warm1' up so -
on for myself wife sufficient we wouldn't lose fingers or toes to .' II
money in Chicago last about frostbite./' '.
Six months. I didn't come down here, He said that he also loved fishing '. ;I iand
to be a millionaire.'" there was no where to' fish In > *
Pauls wife remained in Chicago to Chicago without driving ,mUes. "I ....
form a "home base" for his son whois can get up here arid walk down to the ,-\i\
''attending college nearby "My' lake and do a little fishing anytime I ,
P5 \IJOt ? kids are all grown and out on their want,,"'he said, ''1
'own or in college,"so it was time for He also'' said, that when, the ,,t
:. ,Paula to start working.. on building business takes off and his wife .(
'his dream., to
comes Join him, they would look
At the end of the six months, if he, for,a house where they could have a > > : '
isn't"doing,a pretty good business yard. "We.have what they call a S
: he'll return to Chicago. He says thaihe yard in Chicago i It's very small and $
looks ;on the -money from the my wife enjoys gardening so she has :
.r railroad as "found money" and losing 'a small.garden in the corner. Here 'c;
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wM+r11 nrrMrne badly;and even if they. do,."I'll be See. Rule rage ,
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Child Care Food Program Now Available Please Go to the Polls on Septeme 4 an



f. Bradford-Union Guidance tional origin, sex, or handicap.Parentsguardians household members or an Indication F ::: : .
Clinic/Community Day Care Center, that a household-member does not VOTE for" and ELECT
l' 1OTO N. Pine Street, announces the or eligible have one': total monthly household __
sponsorship of the U.S. Department enrolled children or day care home income or food stamp case number, _
of Agriculture's "Child Care Food providers who wish to enroll their and the signature of an adult
Program". children In the program must com- household member. MITCHE'LLBROWN
plete a free and/or reducedpricemeal
Meals Will be available at no application with complete Eligibility Guidelines for School
separate: charge to enrolled eligible documentation of eligibility Infor- Year 1984-85 are indicated below.
''I children at the centers and homes mation Including number and names For more information, contact
'e listed below and will be provided of all household members social, Debra Parmenter 964-8382 or )

I, without regard to race, color, .na-. security numbers of all__adult 964-6794.
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Household Size Free Meals Reduced-Pr ''ce': Meals '.;: f ;: COUNTY COMMISSIONER I II

Year Month Week Year Month Week I 'r :

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8,736 728 168 12,432 1,036' 240 : BECAUSE

3''' ,10,998 917 212 1',6.51 .1,30' 301 He In sincere,: willing and capable of being a good commissioner. He ,
4 ,), "' : $ "';!' \' : .,13,260 1,105 255 18,870. 173i 363 ,will. be
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"Y'I',.' /' ) He will not< let any other enterprise Interfere with his obligation to you .' the

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prove yeu.'Give a chance do it
member, add +2,262 +189 +'14' .3,219 +269'. +62' ,
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A PERSONAL KOTE
Don't be misled by promises of leadership next time. 7 yearsis ,

Labor Day long enough to become Speaker of the House but George Please, If I fail to personally. see you and ask for'your vote, don't hold it againstme. I'

hasn't even chaired a full committee yet. lib Time is running out and God knows I'm trying. .

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Change" Thank
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Jacksonville Beaches are hav- LOW
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Labor Day weekend and everyone
is invited to join the celebration.The on Generic .
hundredth birthday celebra-' tes Too! ,
tion commemorates the founding of ,
Ruby, Fla. (which later became
Jacksonville Beach) on Aug. 30. All
festivities will take place in Pablo
Historical Park, located just off
Beach Boulevard a block west of q

Third the public.Street. Most events are free to 0 SAp t fllUlf IB UlI. ANON

The Muscular Dystrophy Associa- SU
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with an "aerobathon", where participants
collect pledges based on
how long they continue aerobic exer- G
cises. The aerobathon takes place
the morning of Saturday Aug. 25, t
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perform for the public's enjoyment.
Pablo Avenue will be closed to 5G MEN'S BRIEFS/A-SHIRTS '
vehicles for these events. Q' Refl.4.88.........................3.80 SAVE' :
Then to get into the centennial MEN'S TSHIRTSReg. '
spirit tune in to the ABC network at pG ...,..:\ .........\... .: 5 0
6:58: a.m. on Friday Aug. 30, when 'b BOYS' BRIEF& 12
the Ruby Centennial celebration will U' Reg. 3.88..,...........-.2.97 Reg 7.88
receive an'early-morning salute. BOYS' T-SHIRTS I ip91
On Labor Day weekend, seafood 0 Reg. .38....,..-....-.:.?..,.....2.97 MEN'S LEVI'S JEANS f
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a.m. Saturday Sept. 't. Festival- s was, ;:Soft 100%cotton.. Absorbent,, pockets, .aoohor.straight. legs.. .... ,. 1. ..
goers will be able to enjoy many comfortable to p cK('oe o(3r \ : Yule''1 :: '

delicacies of the sea prepared by ,
about 10 beaches area restaurants.
Youngsters will be able to have
their faces painted, thanks to the .
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five-mile Beaches Run is also t l
planned for Saturday; registration 2 tp..d Ion hoi Swing f vF 1 e
information is available from the blades and plattic
Jacksonville Beach chamber of v .- 1 safety grill. Cools up to 1 d .
commerce. 4 average sized rooms: t I
; Sunday's activities begin at 2 p.m. Zyy
with the cutting of a large birthday
cake provided by Cinotti's Bakery. \ '
And an ice cream social featuring 1 ,''
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; fashioned prices" also begins at 2 I I 1 A > :
t: p.m.-, offering Flav-o-Rich ice cream :
1 for 25 cents a scoop. I93 r I
Sunday is "Recognition Day" for fl tlRep.
; people who have been residents of ..16.93
the beaches area since the 1940s or / WEB CHAISE 788iscount 128mm 888
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residents 'PriceLADIES' 17.88LADIES' Reg.: 9.88 .
will be honored in a special CHAIR Multicolor vinyl strap
BOYS'LEV1'S'JEANS SWISS SHIRT MEN'S DRESS
SHIRTS JEANS ARMY
ceremony that afternoon. A band lounge and matching
concert and demonstrations by 693 chair.Sturdy tubular Poly/cotton shirts wrollCotton denim' leans Cotton denim leans w/5 Men's 100% cotton shirts SLACKS, R g. 12.88
basket weavers will round out the .63 frame. up sleeves. Asst.. stripes. w/belt, back pocket pockets.,Boot or straight w/3 pocket styling. S-XU, Poly/cotton belted dress
day's events. 32-38 treatment 5-13. legs slacks. Asst. solids. 28-38
On Monday a barbecue chicken .
dinner begins at 11 a.m. in the park. .
Judging for the Centennial Beard '
Contest begins at 4 p.m., but men attending 4 YOUR '
the weekend of events must Z83 CHOICE '
watch out all weekend. The Beach ,1 To 22.83 D \k-,

Jaycees will serve as "Keystone CASSETTE PLAYER s '
Cops", locking up those who haven't CLOCK RADIO ons ,;
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contest
up or UQuid C MEN'8 BOYS' '
Slim-line portable cassette
purchased a button to escape cap-
ture. The fee to get out of "jail" is tape recorder or AM/FM t 1 I /
the same as the cost of a button or dissppllay.BlowLED digital A88. 88C
the contest entry fee $3. Proceeds fleg.5.88WR g.4.88BASKETBALL 97
from this event go to the Jaycees to 7Q63 196Rag. Reg.'8.97.LEATHER > .
revamp the Jaycee Bowl. And 2.88
Reg. 99.88 Discount price SHOES
throughout Monday's music
will again' be provided events by Dave'' 75 LB. CHLORINE 2/1 GAL CHLORINE fROMO JOGGERS Canvas upper arid MOCCASINSDry
Plummer. chlorinator Is more AlgantidM, bactericide, Nylon/leather uppers. cushioned insoles. Mane Women's beaded .
; All weekend long centennial effective. Keeps pool disinfectant end/ Men's 7-12, boys'3-6. 7-12, boys' 2V4-6, youths' moccasins with r crepe
: ''T-shirts and Beaches Area : sanitary. : fungicide. women's 5-10. 10-12 sole.' 5-10. .

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Subscribe Today I FOR RENT WANTED'::;": '" PERSONAL SERVICES PERSONAL SER.VICESPROFESSIONAL I .1. ..
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Rooms
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LAKE REGION MONITOR '1' I : + tT t I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS SECRETARY TAKING A VACATION I s > ;
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CARPENTER WORK, Remodeling work I
LAWN SERVICE
473-2210 Complete
REALTY REALTOR some one sick In the offlceVlVflll" fill In kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry 'lawn core and maintenance. To Rent *

Rental Properly Available for you. Call 473-2898 offer', ,; 6pm.Good Reasonable prices. Call 473. 018 after Commercial' or residential. Free I

ZONED FOR BUSINESS-C.ntral.locatlonon reference, tfn '.LIr I::II 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg estimate. 475-2197 evening. 8/02 tfn i *Weekly *MonthlyOr
YARD SALE ; HWY21. 850 sq.ft., $300 per mo. CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations the Night
WHITE SANDS LAKEl 2BR 1 BA, CB HELP WANTEDCHOIR Free estimates Ten years By

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Boyless house, screened porch garage $325 1"/'), experience Call 473,4217\ and ask for MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS Located by .,

Highway and SR229. 96<4.7270 Itchg mo DIRECTOR 'Appeystone; Craig 5/17 tfnchg Stark Post Office

8/30 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, United Methodist Church",), 473-3829' HANDYMAN, All kind of ,home, repairs, ANONYMOUS, Closed I Reasonable Rat.s-

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1 9:00: a.m. Realtor,473-4961 2tchg 830.96BABYSITTER mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs. meeting Monday 8 p.m. Open : '

2:00 p.m. Antique, Linens, Mite 6/21 tfnchgGATORBONE NEEDED In my home for 10' No lob too small. Minor plumbing meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon. Magnolia Hotel ,

Items Geneva Springs'Condomtnium! year old after school:, Melrose area repair Cleaning service.llflht;: haul. day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational I
LAKE_ 2BR, air gas heat, Call Gloria 395-1474 Ing..Call Jim <4733671day evening.
Unit 15. 479-3364 Itpd' 8/30 ; 2tpdrel30.96NOTICE Building Community Church 473-2790
wood stove, 24x24 great room largeporcS 5/17 tfnchg. 'IJWII'' :; or 4752130. tfnchg ..I .'

on 3/4 acres $375 per mo., first CHILD CARE I will babysit In my home OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS- dues,
TRUCKS
CARS. last and deposit. 1-694-3087 8/30tfnchg Monday-Friday Mother of two. fees or weigh Ins. Open meetings I
& BOATS GENEVA LAKE ESTATES- $425 per Located between Melrese andKeystone Church
7:30 Community
month first ant last 3 big BR, 2 baths, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Height. 475.2528 2tchg Tuesoy's Educational p.m.Building Keystone NETTLES .
:. 475-2647 2tchg to the Lake Region Monitor of- ,
fireplace, broker 8/23 8/30
1179 LINCOLN TOWNCAR 70.000 miles, fIe In writing and paid In advanc. ,after I Heights, 4732790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg .
8/23-8/30 DAY CARE Before and school 3
PAC RAT- Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture TREE
ilver/maroon Interior, new vinyl top month unless' credit Is already established.
ESTATES$340
SWAN LAKE
) per and older. Flexible hours. Closeto
years
household Items,
,
appliances
condition. $S.99S. 1-473-2438: with this office ,
Excellent widen, swimmingaccess
first and lait. 2 BR Keystone schools. Clean Christian old .
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE collectibles, glassware, jewerly SERVICE
or 1. 75.21 43. Itpd 8/30 to Lake Swnn no pets. Broker FOR MISTAKES HELDRESpONSI.8LE IN home. Call 473-7529 2tpd 8/30-9/6 tools, etc 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26

FOR SALE UNFURNISHED 475-2647 2tchg 2 8/23.8/30 BR2 bath house on CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS,TAKEN OVER, PAINTING 473-7517 InteriorexteriorReferences 4tchg 8/30-9/20. TOUR ISRAEL- 10 days, First class, very 10 Tree removals '
reasonable Christian
Immokalee Rd overlooking lake THE TELEPHONE. reliable, group Also pruning demoting
stove, A/C Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon NEED MEDICARE Ocala 1-5462167 or 1.622.5700 2tpd .
SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC Brooklyn. Refrldgerator INSURANCE? Call 8/23.8/30
heater dishwasher disposal all prior to Thursday publication. Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance FIREWOODOak
: and llltlng Water softener MAKE MONEY AT HOME- Details send
;pipes Minimum is 15
words for
carpeted Available September 1. call charge $2.75, Lawrence Blvd., S Pine
Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keytone Hgt then 10 cents for each word thereafter Keystone stamped addressed envelope, PBS.
:'73.4006 5/24 tfnchg 473-3007 2tchq 8/23-8/30 Heights. 473-7272. 7/19 tfn Dept A., Rt. 8, Box ..50.F. Lake City Fl Free Delivery
;MWAY PRODUCTS Call to place your LAKEFRONT KSH AREA 3 BR, 2 BA. NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE? Call Chuck 32055 2tpd 8/23-8/30 e Licensed & Insured

lordert. Nutrlllte Vitamin. Need extra CHSA. Large shaded lot. All appliance Classified Ads Satterwhite, State Farm Insurance, Quality WorkThomas

:Income: Call u* for detail. *, $375/mo. Call 473-3573 or Lawrence Blvd.. Keystone Heights, Classified Ads D. Nettles

:473.3671.5/10 tfnchg 1.743.3066.8/16 4tcha 9/06 Get Results 73.7272.7/19 tfn Get Results Owner.496-3823
SWAN CREST NURSERY-SR-262'/. mile

-ea.t of Melrose. Azal.a aale, 50 cent Ads- .
E.ach. $5 limit. 475-1639 8/16tfnchg Starke

CRAPES--Pick. Lilly' Vineyard and

:Gourd Museum look for the big lgn.
CARS & TRUCKS &
CARS TRUCKS
IHIway 100 Florahome. 6592121. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT FOR RENT


CRAPES 4tchg816.96. YOU PICK light and Dark FOR SALE 1982 CAMAROi Power steering power '.3 LINCOLN door.. Signature series,

., Longnecker take SR.26 2 mil.. east of brakes, AM/FM. 5.0 liter V-8. 8000.' Like new 473.2214. 8/30 tfn MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK.Mobile EFFICIENCY APARTMENT) One bedroom \ ,

-HWY 301, then North 1 3/4 mile. See SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. 964-8721.7/12 tfn ---.-...-- homes and spaces for rent. 301 N. One mile north of Starke city

:sign.. From Melrose mile west then 301 N Starke. 96<4... 1.. or 9644778. IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR ? Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone limits $US/mo $100 sec dep. Call Tif
PERSONAL
:1 3/4 mile north. Op.n Monday Come out and check out the bargain $44?) Through the U.S. Government.Get SERVICESSEWING ..68.2912.9/16 tfn fin A Owen Inc 964-5065. 1 Itchg 8/30

; Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m..i Sunday 2:30.: Talk to Walter (Bud) Alvarez for a great the facts todoyl Call MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT) One mile 336-C WEST CALL STREET On. bedroom .
: 6:30. 475-1 151 or 473.2702 tfnchg 8/23 deal. 4/26 tfn 1-312-742-1142, ext., 609.. 7/26 EOW MACHINES REPAIREDi All. from Starke city limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 opartment. Tiffin &. Owen, '' Inc.

BEAUTIFUL AND STURDY Restaurant 19(4 FLEETWOODi 14x70, 2 baths.. Excellent 9/06 makes cleaned oiled and adjusted W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn, 964-5065. Itchg 8/30
79 CHEROKEE 4 WD JEEP Loaded. Excellent MOBILE HOMES for Vent. On
E table with 4 chairs attached CLEAN
type condition. Pick-up payment, 533.2210 $15. Work guaranteed James
for condition. ) after 3 16 W. Close to prison. Call
: and yellow formica. Great p.m. Hwy
Orange $240 per mo. NO DOWN PAYMENT Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and HELP WANTEDA
home or business.''Sold Individual or In Just good credit. Olin't Mobile Home 8/23 3tchg 9/06 Hwy 16. Stark.. 12/29 tIn 4681323. 10/07 tfn.
80 PINTO Must sell Golrlg to Germany APARTMENT Weekly monthly
*a unit of 9. $50 each. 473-2438 or Sales, Stark., FL Hwy. 100 W. 7/19 tfn CHAIN LINK FENCE, Installed. Free STUDIO SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE -
$1,900 or best offer Good hope, Palms 2314 N. Temple
rates Apartments
I 4752145. Itpd 830HOUSES 12x60 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA. Air estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. MANAGEMENT in Macclenny
96 -8699, Itpd 8/30 Ave 7/28 tfn position
cond. 8800. 782-3731 or 7823437. Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559. 3/29
f FOR SALE 76 CHEVY 350 LWB TRUCKi Good body BRIGHT, SUNNY ROOM with both. Opposite Good starting salary. AC 2 BR apt. included
: 8/30 2tchg 9/2 fair motor $775. 964.6365. Itpd 8/30 tfn Stork. Post Office. Must see toappreciate. House Ins. Plan available AddHianalfringe
FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR 1 '/. bath, MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. benefits. Call 1-466-3504
FIESTA condition
79 : Very good Affordable rates.
::JUST COMPLETED 3 BR, 2 bath In mobile home, furnished or unfurnish Also have quilts for sole., Assorted for Interview 7/05 tfn ,
speed. $,400, negotiable, Approx. 30 ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH)
:-. Keystone Club Estate*. Heat pump ed. Florida room carport fenced utility mph. Call 473,4337 evenings 8/23 tfn sizes and designs. Betty Hildebrand, Swimming pool. Mold service, MOM WORK PART TIME now til Dec. .' .
: garage, many extra*. N.argolf bldgs. Close to schools' and shoppingarea. '(1 COURIER Excellent condition. Call 964 8122 6/21 tfnchg linens Included. Restaurant and loungeon Demonstrating House of Lloyd Toy and

course. See to appreciate By owner Call 73.3627 after or write Ed 782.3675. llpd 8/30 WANT TO DRINK premises. Utilities Included. Gifts Party Plan. Free $300 kit. No Investment ,,

.;'475-2598 3tpd 8/30.9/13 Vojnovski. P. O. Box 1215 Keystone '77 MONTE CARLO Landau. All electric.Tilt THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS $300/mo. Fr. parking. Econo lodge ofSlark. No collecting and not .. '

32656. 8/30 tfn steering factory air Good condition. WANT TO STOP'THAT'S .. 96<4.7600. 5/03 tfn delivery. Call 378.0213 for Interview .
..111973 Sheffield 3 BR, OURS '
| LAND FOR SALE MOVING Must $1725. Call 468-1765. Itchg 8/30 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 8/16 3tchg 8/30 ,
1 bath $4,250 or best offer. Phone <77 MARK V LINCOLN $3,493. 782.3673, Alcoholics Anonymous BA apt, For more information call Lake WANTED) Certified water plant operator ,

:NICE BUILDING LOT On lake Carlton, 468-1765, Itchg 8/30 Itpd 8/30. 964-41SO-964-6894-764-5434 Butler Apt.. 496.3141, Equal Oppor. for the City of lawtey. For details, con .
-::,off Swan Lake Road 9995. Call ((703)) 1911 MOBILE HOME: Vega by FUntstone. 1911 VW RABBIT Diesel. Clean excellent ALANON tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchgLAKEFRONTKEYSTONE tact the lowtey City Hall at 782-3454,
full baths, 14x65 fireplace, total FAMILY GROUP
:/ 978.9138 or write Col. J. H. Job. 10120 2BR, 2 condition. 45 MPG. $2700. or HEIGHTS AREA 8/16 3tchg 830GOVERNMENT ;

t Dundalk, Fairfax, VA 22032 Itpd 8/30 electric take over payments of. best offer Will take trade older pickup. 96 -6219 tAru 3 BR, 2 BA. CHSA. Large shaded lot. All JOBS
$212/mo. 830ltfnCOMMERCIAL or trailer as part payment 96<4-7955. pd '/1' appliances. $375/mo. Call 473-3573 or $16.559.SO.553/Yr. Now hiring. Your

r MOBILE HOMES tpd 8/30 HOUSECLEANING, 964. Price nego Call 1.713.3066.8/16 4tchg 9/06 Area. Coll ((805)) 687.6000', Ext. 5504.. .
4793 8/09 8/30
4tchg
1983 FORD RANGER, Chrome wheels, SMALL 2 BR HOME: Air conditioned and 8L2. ..tpd 9/13 :
WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 5
rubber low mileage. Take days a A refrlg No children, nopet.
good
up stove
carpet Want Ads Get Results
week. Call 964 8396. 8/09 4tpd 8/30
1971 MOlIllE'HOME. 12x60 2 BR, 1 /
: PROPERTY payments plus equity or will accept .. $180 per month. 964.8602.
ti, Central H/A. $7,500 473-7045 BACK TO SCHOOL MONEY AVAILABLE OPENING FOR PART OR FULL TIME POSITION -
bath
older vehicle In trade. Must sell, SPACIOUS 3 BR, 2 BA HOME with central
.:;, 2tpd 8/23.8/30 RENTLEASENEW 475-3073 Itpd 8/30 .' Call Liz Langley 9645010. 8/30 tfn air/heat. 1512 East Call St. lots of : 24 40 hours week Require ,
1977 MANATEE MOBILE HOME ..65. 2 JAMES C. NUGENT, ELECTRICAL CON background bookkeeping ,.-,
; 1975 DODGE ASPEN, 4-door. 61,000 storage. No pets.:Call 964-5827 8/23 some computer
:r: BR, 2 bath, Central H/A, Gas furnace, miles New tires, runs good.. $1150. TRACTOR: Mobile. home poles. 2..Hr. 4tchg 9/13 and very little typing Office Y .
;?:;: never used Penny Farms. 529.9604 OFFICE SPACE) Call 96<8292 or 782.3307. Service 964 4824. 1 tpd 8/30 NICE FURNISHED 2 BR APARTMENT) LR, Is located In Stork. Send resume to "

::::. 4tchg 8/30-9/06 ,f. 964-8721. 8/23 3tchg 906TheWfkinWrhop 197 GRAND PRIX PONTIAC 40,000 TYPING/WORD PROCESSING done In my Kitchenette, Bath No children or pets P.O. Drawer A, Starke/ 32091.8/23 ,\
home Fluent In medical,
.: 'mlles. Power steering' brakes terminology. 2207 Itchg .2tchg 8/30 iff SNf; xala.rrn .
; . ,'1 power HaifoTcl.R4,1964-503, /3q
No '
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f Wonf Ails Get Results/ ,, and air cond. $2675. 782.3307. .fob'foo large or'toa small Day 3 BR HOME CH/t,.ir. ;JJd ff. OVonge,51$295mo. ""BASS GUITAR PLAYERd tiEEDEDtJphelp 'j no OT ,

'.-, .........-...... 1980 OMEGA OLDS door, power 782 3239,'evenings 782-3793:8/304tpd $150 security'deposit. 2 BR start band Must have good equipment ,' '."'
ear W. S iu new 9/20
:: W_. .....,0_ steering and brakes. A/C. 69.000 BIG DADDY'S DUPLEX Furnished. 116 N. Myrtle. Call 964.6J.46.: a.k for Johnny. .' .
SEWING MACHINE
::: e.; LOST/FOUND miles. New tires. $2175 7823307. REPAIRS Hours 2 00 til 6:00.: 964 8656 $275/mo. $150 security deposit. Phone. Itpd 8/30 .. ",
lot
Itchg 8/30 964.4228 evenings. 8/30 tfn NIGHT DRIVER NEEDED: Parking

:: LOST- One Solid black MANX CAT In 197S HONDA CIVIC: 1200 Series. door., LAWN 8/30 tin NEED MOWING Shrub need TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME, Starke. Sweeper Sundays or Sun.Tues.Thur. I
BUY SNAKESt 4 tire*. Motor need work. Available 1st mo. plus security Phone 7823660. Itchg 8/30
T.Ch Middle School Reword new now.
::: .f.'E Vo- area. pruning? Phone 964 4116. 1 tpd 830BILL'S
::: WOOD'I/Uxid/ .._"....." offered. Call 964.487$ after 5:30 p.m, 964.5751. Itpd 8/30 SAW SHOP! Complete sharpeningservice deposit. 175-2006. l Itpd 8/30 PART-TIME HELP WANTED to do light ,
-..... w.-- ".. 8/30 '81 THUNDERBIRD Fully loaded. Very 2 BR MOBILE HOME: Partly furnished.Nice housework Must be dependable. Call <
Itchg circular hand
clean $4800. 7823145 or 7823630. carbide, chain yard. Located in country. On State 496.3651. Itpd 8/30 .
blade hollow
mower and
.rt9ReSS te 1977 CHEVY MALIBU WAGON: 1000. bolancod. leave ground Rd. 225 Call <5630 alter 5. Itchg PART TIME SALES SUPERVISOR Florida
; Over 100Channels 1983 PONTIAC-Good condition $8995. at Jackson Building 8/30 Times Union seeks individual to work

CARLSON VOTE HART Take over payments possible. Lake Supply Butler in Starke.'TFNchg Keystone Heights or NICE ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH) afternoons and earl evenings to supervise

964.4092. 8/30 2tchg 9/06 96<6035.. 8/30 tfn sales crew in local area Must
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows,
: Home Satellite Systems Inc. Pd.Pol Adv 197 BRONCO 302 automatic. Power FURNISHED HOUSE 1 BR large l kitchen have own transportation. Call
JACKSON
:.-I 1 ,Hwy, 100 WKeytone Heights steering power brakes. AC. AM/FM 964 etc..6078. Orders BUILDING also taken SUPPLY.In lake and bath Clean with A/C $190 per 964 5165. 8 30 2tchg 9/06 '

;. ((904)473-2666 cassette low mileage. 782 3497, Itpd Butler," 496-3079. and month. $100 deposit Call 964.7625, AIRLINES NOW HIRING: Reservatlonlsts.stewardesses .' '
:;; Freedom of Choice 8/30 Keystone Itpd 8/30 and ground crew positions :.. ; ,'
473 4973 2/26 tfn
Heights
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-44. COVE HOUSE 2 BR. 1 BA. North 301. available, Call 1 ((619))-569 6313, ,
g ( ) Partially furnished. Rent $225. Security for details. 24 hrs. 8 30 3tpd 9'13 ;:: :

I -I $225. Coll Tiffin 8 Owen Inc. 964.5O65.Itchg '

g: : CONCRETE 1..6 r!Steve Broadway I 8/30 VOTE-HART : ,'
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We Deliver :' :>"\ "] ", ,

:: Removal: LONGCHAMP HOMES .. Today f ', I1*. <"', :
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A; BRADFORD COIJN1Y. *:
.0::: t Trimming :

1 1/2 yd134 t yd. Palm Stump Removal INC TElEGRAPH "

> 2.00 Firewood 964-6305 ,, ,
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# 473.7655.Open 6 Days a CM** 1 473.4732 *3 Bedroom: Brick Veneer Home .

.1 '/, .fath; EH/A; Carport; Utility Room -K Survey Stakes ic: ', \ ', .'
Keystone He ighls' After 5 P.M. :
Hwy 100 West __ ,-? Carpeting. Great for Use ?, '
Keystone t Heights. On Your lotStarting i( As Campaign "

Licensed & In At '' '
-fc Signstakes
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS : :
Home for Sale Wo sell 4' or 3' Slakes: :' 'k ,+. ..

Owner Financing to Qualified Buyer. GRAPESYOU' I'50000 Wo olio For assemblosigns a low costStake .* }1',':"',, ', '

PICKMuscadines *.Different Plens of Financing *t \;: : ;

Brick, 3 Bedroom Home 2' Interest artln. el 4S.to 19% I 'A. ,
s"i Features: 4 Ft. IS Cent* Eo. .; 'r,;, ,

:: Baths Family Room double carport Inside 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apt*. & Scuppernongs A1.a.h.a.tots. Acreage.. far Sale ., 3 Ft. 13V Cents Ecu .' <; .'. ..

:: utility room. CH/A. Fenced rear yard From MSP" to 5. Signs ,,'Of'I..f rmel 964.6853 Can. :'-l\\ 0
= Cell ,
feet.
: w/utility building. 2400 total square iC. '
: Location: 160 N.E. 9th Avenue, Lake I 12 & 3 Bedrooms Available II ) LILLY; VINEYARD r SUNSHINEINDUSTRIES .,... : !
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MUSEUM ,'
:( Butler. & GOURD ,

=- Call 496-2948 or 694-6610 (Ocala) 1530 W. Masllion: .. it 964.7699 .' .
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10." '!" Hwy : : .
: Residence of Bernice Hairnet Phone 984-6312t .
"O.'UHII' 12",,1..0 f Keystone' ___,m .......- ,. .\"
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Keystone Hwy30t'S uth.Stork. Starling I ;. '
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: ::' Applications are now being taken '/. :;S. of Shopping Center :\). Realtor DurrancePump +, I < i swuoivtuPlr I. '.

:; for Times-Union morning paper rout. ".

: :: 'Applicants must be able to post 'a' \ 964-6020: 2V4-l6,'A c( Irn op.'i': &:
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.: have reliable transportation .: '. "
bond ,
cash IQO -$ Ae: l.- .::. I : ,: '
.. and jetpl' $12.500,. ., .Co.rd ::". : S' : .
:: != a 44. ,Supply Palm 1 :'
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;: Call '64 165! ,-50 o.C..J .
: : Temple: I
OLOERHOMEt $. 301 N.-M4 N r9'10611 v '
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: Excellent Profits I 'F' fd"sTAmy Starke,Florida "l Waf1flQliI.". You :,
CI'H' .11. 3 t*. 2 BA $45,000. t' '
.. REMOTE QUIET 'StlVl., I ,: :' T t' I 4 1.11 l) sullc'iltig) (mm' unttnhvat"condi" ,

.:-, 5095SR-218. MlddUburg: TING:2 Bit, 2 BA. $31.150 n, r I-t f Good Pric.1 U (tone? UiilT.iiipy: lOSIng your .

-14 Ac.: *U5 perari3l4V: (! I I ', I For Water Heaters ,I ttwor v i .ituabu'Hi -=t'ikJrun1..L'IV11I: II '.' .( ,

i .Special 282-1043 e 3 BR. 2 BA: Country; l C 1 I i'I 'rmlp you ,, ,
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w 10-Year _FEEDSrQREd.OOO. 1L btavf! | iu w, your / .
$650 .
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? .12xifl.* Shelter $529 Livestock Feed Sale! 5TATIOM' ,,>.,*,*ti?' F f help you Jlr8In' f what ''you fool you .: t,,, :.,' :, ,'." ,

.0 St.. .. Ib ..P $7.70 -SERVICE 1 have lout Nvlhtnq'utit'st' : p"you :' : '
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I Trampoline Sale $299 14% Hog Meal .100 lb't( ,]$,.60 _3 OR:'IM.OOOr << w ** 1WE. DIG I ,' ,il(
12% H re F.ect.I00.It.SI.75. ;, povdirontogI' 2'.to6..stat.t.lc..d, 1 'LVLXivrt'wkltM@/( 1) : '

CuRLESCYClN Whole Corn. ... .,100 (111'\00.$8.80, (904J78J3W, ,' ,'. .," ,. 6294315L ," '

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be subs MULTI-PAMILYt Sat. 301 South Subscribe I
milled to the Bradford County across from Crosley Mfg. GE double REGULATION MAJORETTE BATONS WE BUY 1st and end Emitting Morglages -
Telegraph office In writing and paid In door frost-free refrigerator, $150. From $695 Ea. BRADFORD) MUSIC and also originate home equity loans BRADFORD COUNTY
advance unless credit I I. already Large Norge clothes dryer$75. Electric STORE Bradford Square Itpd 8/30, Call Lit Langley 964-5010. 8/09 tfn
established with this office. stove $75. Tools and lot of' AUCTION: Every Wednesday* Saturday HOME ON CROSBY, LAKE. 4 bedrooms, TELEGRAPH r1LIitk9Lrt
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD miscellaneous Itpd 8/30 '7:30 p.m. Behind Red Thompson Realty LR; DR: kitchen: dishwasher, carpet; 964.6305 (!!
RESPONSIBLE. FOR MISTAKES IN BIO YARD SALEt Oil stove, stand drum In Melrose. Truckloads of groceriesand heat 8 air. 964,'6250. 8/16 tin I
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER $55. Antique furnltur. Rotatlller plow misce). merchandise. Everyone 3 BR, I BATH 'ON % ACRE 10x20 ,

THE TELEPHONE. $100. lawn furniture, new, cheap welcome. 8/16 4tpd 9/06 workshop screened patio gard.n Shop & Compare!!] iCECILIA
Classified deadline It TUESDAY, Many Interesting things Frl-Sot-Sun.. ALL I-TRACK TAPES IN STOCK. $1.99, spot 39000. 964-8417. 8/23 4tpd" 9/13
NOON prior to Thursday publication. TWO story home at RR track In Hamp. $2.99 A $3.99. BRADFORD MUSIC CROSBY LAKE WATERFRONT HOMEl 4 Special Insurance for| PHONE 464.7776ERWIIIIGAR'
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75, ton. Itchg 8/30 STORE!, Bradford Square. Itpd 8/30 BR, LR, DR, ''Kitchen 1 stove, refrlg., Mobile Home Parks! I
then 10 cents for each word thereafter, GIGANTIC YARD SALE Household WHOLESALE AUCTIONS Thursday, 7:00: dishwasher, carpet heat & air. Excellent "All types of home 205 N, T-.mpl.'Sta'rk., I
goods, radios, stereos, clothes, dishes, ".M. 2315 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. fishing 9646250. Bulllngton. owners policies for| vIA ".
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON etc 1/4 mil. North of Starke on 301, on Gainesville, Load. of merchandise 8/30 tfn mobile homes Properties/ of,Olllllnctlo"
FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). right Itchg 8/30 Everyone welcome 8/16 4tpd 9/06 BY OWNER Quiet close convenient. Discover 0 World of Blissful Privacy within this new
For$129 ((25-word.),your ad will go Into SALE FRIDAY Ollns Trall.r Park Morgan FIRST 25 CUSTOMERS IN BRADFORD Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA. Lots of' storage, Call for Quote stone t cypress, dramatic; contemporary on a
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and Rd. Dinette, girls and toddlers clothing MUSIC STORE, Bradford Square, gets Chalnlink carport workshop, Pecans Olin's Mobile 10-AC.<< site In the city: Sumptuous touches Includ.
weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000 toys, etc. Itchg 8/30. FREE Pack Oldies But Goodies' Music 1.96 acres* ,Qood gardening. Down gorgeous wallpaper fireplaces, 4 BR, :2 IA. with
readers. Make that money work for 1402 Debra St. (Gr..n Acres) Friday.. Selection.ltpd 8/30 payment assumable mortgage, Home Sales excellent traffic pattern
you..Sell the FCAN way Call 8/31 ".7 p.m.; Saturday 9/18 a.m. to ROLLS OP HAY Order your hay for the 961.5610.8/30 tfnREAL .-........
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964-6305. ask for Sylvia Today. 2 p.m. Household furniture, clothing winter and leave It under my barn until I. Elaine M. Olin, Agent .A Special Place for Special( People. Enjoy| the
needed. Rolls of Alicia, $25 at barn. .
DON'T DELAY-CAII TODAY I collectible items Itpd 8/30 964.5606 '
pleasures available In Hits beaetEvlly'c.netructedwhit.
YARD Alicia and Bohla mixed. $22$0 at born.Argentina .
SALE drawer
dresser Saturday Only. 6 Bahla $20 at barn. Hay Barn ESTATE brick, 4 BR, i.BA with a great swimming pool.
with cleaner
mirror. Vacuum
VOTE HART
Golf tennis within distance of the
i7 Miles N. of Starke Rood 16. are walking
and mist Items Settles, 100 on VOTE. HART
Hwy OUT OF AREA .
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Delivery available at extra charge. Country Club. Designed with the whole family i In
M'01.Adv. South about 6 miles from Stark. Itpd Pd. Pol Ad. '
782-3727 after 5 or 9646167. Arthur 'I mind.
8/30
Gasklns. 8/23 "'chg13 ,.Ii'? PORTH CAROLINA r......-.
YARD SALEi Thur Fri. Sat. TV, lawn furniture SCENIC MOUNTAINlog
BUSINESS (steel), woodcraft tools, dishes, AKC DOBERMAN RED/TAN FEMALEt 4 cabins for rent on river. Cool comfortable -' FLORILANDREALTY ROOM TO ROAMf 2S6S .... ft. kerne Is located en
OPPORTUNITIES; wind chimes, miscellaneous. Corner yrs. old $50, 4-mth old puppy $150. convenient. Hiking, swimming 3'/ Ac. w/S BR, 3 BA CH/A, Has''.panelling *
Broadway and C.nl.r..1tpd 8/30 Show quality. 4737507. 8/23 2tchg, and games on property. Many attractions fireplace. $10S.OOO.
SATURDAY Sept. 1 ONLY: 10 ..m. to 6 8/30 close by. ((305)) 943-4582 .....* Ac.l Beaut brick home. Appro ISO so,. If. 3
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR.. p.m. Behind Textile Town. 'Itpd 8/30 QUARTERHORSESi Go Dick, Go Mare, (fcan) yrs. old. Greet room w/flreploce. Cemp. fenced.Assum. .
ladles Apparel Combination Accessories 4 FAMILY YARD SALE B.hlndlawl.y and Colt. 473.7507.8/27 2tchg 8/30" FLORIDA LAKEFRONT LOT. Panama City : 964-7700 mfg
Large Size Store National Elem. Lot of Infant and children FIREPLACE. MANTLESi Pecky cypress. vicinity. Bass fish, boat white sand 393 N. Temple Av. 230-Ai 3 Ac. High t Dry w/CB home'9 BR.1 IA. Ex. .
brand.: Jordache; Chic Lee, Levi), clothes 8:30 to ":30 Saturday; Itpd 3x12 $50.00 each. Call 7823675. Itpd lake beach, lodg., 24-hour security, Vernle P. Odom Lg. kitchen w/plenty of cabinets, teS.MO.
Vanderbilt Izod Esprit Brlttanla 8/30 8/30 paved road, underground utilities. Broker-GUI QUIET LIVING 3 BR. IVt! IA. Located. 1320 Sear
Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evan FARMAll CUB belly mower. Hydrauliclift Now 10% Off I Call leisure lakes -
BIG YARD SALES Thurs thru Sat. 3 collect : IN BUSINESS? Ing St. CB w/appre 1700 sq. ft. New "Keller" win
Plcone, Claiborne, Members Only, families, lots of ,clothes, TVs, appliances P.T.O. Good condition. 2200.' ((904)) 773-2434. (fcan) .PAYING RENT dows. Came by for mare details. ,
Organically Grown HeolthTex, 700others. and 782-3449 Itpd 8/30 FLORIDA .PRIME GULF FRONT *
more Items. 1 mile A. fenced
many THINK COUNTRY Converted DW en 10
$7,900 to $24,900 Inventory WC BUY, SELL OR TRADE Gold, sliver BAYFRONT Call today to ask
alrfar.; South of Lawtey city limits on US 301. or COMMUNITY Beach Club, about land. Grow ve,. 011'cl..r.4 2.5 A. $ II. I'* BAwscrn'd
training fixtures'grand op.nIng Itchg 8/30 v. diamonds Call 9644238. 8/30 3tchg white sand beach world1 best fishing property. '
etc.Can open IS days Mr Keenan 9/13 .PRICE REDUCED bock porch.Patio\ and Utll. rm. 35000.
boatlrtg. From $21.500 for Vt-acre with
ALL WEEKEND 9 to 4 SR 16 West .
toPrison .
((305)) 6783639. Itpd 8/30 Housing; ,left p.m.on Magnolia to 630B HARDWOOD TREES TO CUT for 'wood underground facilities 24-hour. ...curl.ty. .3 BR. 1 BA. CH ft, A 4 BR STUCCO Has sep.' apartment. O* 1.. Ac.
BE YOUR OWN BOSSt Start your own Spruce Circle. Itchg 8/30 free. Brush must be piled up. Call Island with bridge to mainland. Call home Nice Estate settlement Was $4.000. Now 40000.
PRETTY,HOME" LAWTSYi NW 75th Av.'9% Ac. SP
business selling\ a nationally respected 9648071. Itpd 8/30 collect. neighborhood.
Plantation
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALEtFrl and Sat. 8 Realty ((904)
,
(patented) product. Profit earnings a.m. til 5 on Grlffls TWO COLOR TVs IS" and 19". Both like 670.2521.fcan( ) Assume 11V4X mfg, $43.500. Owner fin, 10% dn.,, I2X for 15 yrs,
. your first day. Ph: ((615)) 7900937. and girls clothes p.m. site 10 to Loop 14. Boys new. $125 each. 964-4024. Itpd 8/30 THIS COULD BE YOUR RETIREMENT on 3." BR, 2 BA home, OLD HISTORICAL HOME IN LAWTIY. 2% Ac.
Itchg
(ken) 8/30 CLOSI OUT ON ALL PEST CONTROL SUPPLIESi HOME Panacea Flo. 30 minutes to Near schools. Refurb.w/n.w kitchen bath t Insul.*BR/2 BA. Ap

SATURDAY Sept. 1,9 to 3 p.m. Furnltur.; 40% off while It lasts. Spray'' Tallahassee. Three bedrooms, 2 baths, LQTS praised at $15,000. Asking price" "*.too.
LAND FOR SALE dishes, wide variety of women and tanks, roach and flea spray animal glassed In porch, appliances. Borders Zoned trailer Excellent .4 LOTSi Bessent,Mimosa Beautiful wooded. In city .
boys clothes. Turn left at Madison St. dips, ant and rat poison Lawtey Pawn wildlife refuge, near Gulf, marina financing. limits. Only $6,900 ea. A rare offering.
Hwy 301. Itpd 8/30 beach fishing bridge, fin. COMPLETELY RENOVATED brick stucco en
THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR227BrookerRd. Baptist Church. Look for signs.. Itchg restaurant 473'on 301 South. Corner Cory
2995. $300 down $55 a month. 8/30 OUT OF PAWNS 19" RCA portable TV 59900. ((904)) 222.8199 weekday. lot. S Ac. Owner Rd. 230A 3 BR, 1 IA. CHtA. Beautifully decorated.
964.5606.9/15 Hn 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat.9/1,3'/4 miles "$18; 12"TGBY TV $23: Panasonic Reel- ((904)) 6708040 evenings, weekends, will hold mtg. SECLUDED, CHARMING Only 4 ,.. eld.2-story 5BR.

ONE ACRE LOT Facing Forsyth Rd. North on 301. Electric app. Mech tools, "to-Reel $20: Capehart AM/FM 8-Track (Icon) .171 Ac. near Graham. 3% BA CHAA, separate office. city limits,fishpond
3000. $COO down and $70 month. furn., variety of cloth., misc. Items. stereo, $45. lawtay Pawn Hwy 301.' Financing available to en 7 acres. Have to see to believe I 100000.
964.5606.1/12! tfn Itchg 830FRIDAYSATURDAYi3f Itpd 8/30 >f. MISCELLANEOUS qualified buyer. -S3 ACRES BESSENT I FLUME RD-encell.nl owner
12 MALLARD DUCKS t I BLACK .PIT BULLDOG .
NEW DEVELOPMENT. ] Approx. V4 ac. 9/1. Children FOR RENT'.Trall.r.Cnll financing will sell one ac... five acne er more
lots. Paved streets, central water. $100 clothes, baby Items, toys, miss, Items : Call 7823650. Itpd 8/30 : M! FREE PUPPIES. Six weeks old. Mother Today. SMASHING CONTEMPORARY.,Architect Tern Ton. ,
dn $73/mO, Owner financed House 226 Cypress Drive Prison Compound CHARCOAL BBQ GRILLi With temp controlled -\' German Shepherd Father Who- nerear designed this handsome, 2-story, cedar at

4733454.329' tfn v tONI 9 to' 6. Itchg 8/30 oven, electric rotisserie unus.dtil knows? 334 St. goir; St. Itpd 8/30, Country Club.;: 25(4 sq. ft..on 2 lots. Beaut tnsul.
ed. 9646148. 8/30
.,/,'""r J, 1'f20' AGMt'COrrTfflMMMiNjOWve/u ':'fcGMMAC r parklng'loI'SatUrday, 'IrJ. Pantry'pride? m,j' 'BULLDOG .PUPPIES Itchg FOR SAlBltft'u uf *, 'i .. 1366.Home on lakefront, I Fireplace Only 3'yrs..ld.SP$175,000, mtg. $73,000
3500. $350 down opprox. $65 per !Sept.1.9 o.i*.. Ill "if Pit/English S20-S30. 912 'Ralford'"Rd, <" WANTED Breezeway workshop I at "'/ *. Mo. Pmt $6"." *
Call 964.5606.7/03 tfn ?7 Several families participating. Itpd dock, boatw/motor I
mo. riding far
(SR-16 West). 964-8683. Itpd 8/30 LAKE BROOKLYNt 100 send bash Ideal leisure, |
t, IS ACRES OF LANDt Back of Underwood COLOR TVi $99 and Next to Stark. mower home I. furnished [ living. $47,000 w/mtg of S7I.I1I.IP .
Motel. All or part 9647184. Itpd 8/23 MOTORCYCLES Truck Stop south' of up.Starke. 9648212. AXLES S TIRES Two axles and four tire.. Priced of $35,000.1368.6.Unlt THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE- |
ACRE LOTS FOR SALE at Pleasant Grove Highest,, price paid, Green's Welding !
Efficiency Roomy 3 II. 3 IA brick en 1.7 Ac At Country Club.
MOBILE '
Subdivision Septic tank Installed. $500 1912 SUZUKIr In excellent condition. On. HOME SUPPLIES. Windows ft Shop. 301 South :Starke, FL. 9645007. Apartment R.ntal. Room I I NICE ACREAGE Great prlce-20 plus acres located
doors, and
plumbing elec.
down month. Coll 9645606. supplies,
: $100 or ly has 3.000 miles on It. Asking $900. also furniture BARGAIN CENTER 1 1 11/03tfnchg for expansion $75,000. [ en Morgan Kd. 1 .wells, :3 sep. tanks, sm. barn ttoalshed.
7/26 tfn AXLES B.TIRES For mobile home Olin'sMobile
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but negotiable Ask for John. 964.5879. mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfh I Term .Can be divided. $27,000.a.or ( O.OOO all.
S-10 ACRE LOTS near Lawtey on Road Home Sales. Coll 964-5606.
8/23 2tchg 8/30 4354-1* Ac. Ranchette. 9 BR, I PLENTY. OF TREES Lot Hampton Osks-TerrKIc
125, Call 964-4985. 8/16 tfn 1M1 RELIABLE MIDDLE AGED WOMAN or '
HONDA SILVER WING INTERSTATE 1/t BA Home Mint Condi1tlon. Buy-SI.OOOl
FOR SALE OR RENT retired coupl. to live In and take
Good condition care .
Interchangable seat to of $44.500.Coll REDUCED TO $36,900-642 Ni Walnut Jt, Appro.
two elderly men Light housework .
rear trunk Must all Moving. $1800 or to see Our' 41 ,
2010 sq. ft. 3 BR, :2 IA spacious family ream.
VOTEHARTi. best offer. Call after 6 p.m., 964-4342.. BUILDING FOR SALE OR RENT 24x64. cooking board. Call driving.431.1304.8/16 Salary plus tfn room' and bedroom, 2 bath home on I -70* W. CALL STi ,Only $35.0001 Beautifully 'appointed .

72 HONDA CB lOOl In fair condition.Has Will build for tenant. Have 2 Ac. Will J'.NEED JOB SITTING WITH LADY S days a 21.6 ac. Priced at $63,000. [ 2 BR super living and dining rooms. Plus ;2
't i. Pd Pol. Adv. a new battery. Asking $175. 964-4376. invest Rt. 301 and 18, 6 miles S. of week. No living In home 7B2.3156. Terms available, enclosed perches. Cozy kitchen Separate garage.
/ ;' Itchg 8/30 Starke. See Tony or call J.K., owner, BRICKiOn V/t Ac. Located
far NEARLY NEW
\ ... 18136898011.823 ," WANTED-20 PEOPLE who want to lose ANTIQUE
chg 9/13 30-50 pounds on natural food products Roberts Rd. oH Rd, II. 3 BR, 2 IA. CHBA. Carport.
'PRIME BUSINESS LOCATION On '
'" corner And share In company profits. Call TO SEE IT IS TO,iOVS ITt Charming nearly. new
301 & 16. Con be used for station ,
'ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. other. All equip. Included. By owner or ((904) 266-4318' for appointment 8/30 brick SIR,2 BA home on IV* Ac; Near Country Club. I

964-7499. lied! 8/30 ,., 4tpd 9/20 Great fRo fireplace, scrn'd perch 1150 heated S.. .
r '' 1. 65000. Assam; mfg eppr. $39.472.
f : Realtor : VACUUM BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean 5 yr.,,aid 2
Taylor's' I $31 N.Temple Ave BR, IV4 BA. CH/A. Double carport en 3 Ac-

;.; Formerly AULKNE REALTY SALE St......Fl 12091 *.tVININOJUV ** ** ,

.r 1 Custom'Slaughtering NEW & USED STROUT'REALTY NOUTlAWt44-S47S WVINO ClAHC.M**4-7<.STOMMY ,
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" 964-5065 CNATAINNP55 MAXINf IOOTH 4.. .../
". n ,-. w: 8385 Taylorfield Road We Finance Our Own Nova WMO S44.T4M AVS MUIUNS MS-IS41
(Approx 5 Mi. N. Cecil Field) KIRBYS mCODfORAnJOSKOKIH WIIYN.DOUGLA.LAHOrotUt6m..
221) Lafayott St, Across from Wlshbon. Jacksonville: 772-9406 ROYALS

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HOOVERS
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\ ':'room* OLDER HOME: (In lawtey. Larg. trees, deep shady porches and. sun. n.p) ; Dress ELECTROLUX: Hale and AssociatesReal

), FILTER QUEENS .
*STRAWBERRY ACRES 2 DBL W M/H. 8.5 A 10 Acres, Priced to sell.
*TEN ACRES WITH SOME PECAN TREES Across from Lost Vall.y Campground. Cut & Wrap SEARS Estate Inc..

*30 ACRES an Hwy 16 West Some hwy. frontage. 'h COMMERCIALWe Located Corner of,SR-121 ;

,' "'?*2'/i ACRE.TRACT.. House or Mobil. Home ''. repair,all makes & SR-18 Worthlnqton! s
., *SOLD: Lg. lot Broadway St. 2 BR, 1 BA. '
496.3939 462-3O68.
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,'*AUTO GARAGE: Hwy,301 Excellent location and nice\ DW with all the extra Young'sSince
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:,' *THESE TWO PROPERTIES S HAVE EXCELLENT OWNER FINANCING;, r Lb, 1957
"' .! Elk off Hwy 301 N. Nice, remodeled. 3 BR. I BA on I Ac 1, $5 to Bufch.r In Farms
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Hwy 100 E. 3 BR, 1 BA CB on I ,..cr... 964.6918 Specializing : ,

:, "' .' ,',', ,<**,WATERFRONT SOLD: Ralford LOTS.House Lg. Handyman Special. ; :'.'- Pick-Up S.rvic) Available 3 Miles north of and Acreage Building or Mobile Home Lots

'<' 1 lit HWY 16 E.: Lovely 40 Ac. farm with house. Or will split\,'' H K f '". \4i i "I "'500, down7200 per month

_ .. *LARGE 3 BR, 2 BA HOUSE on 230.: Nice shaded, lot.
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*SOLD;, Epperson St. 3 BR. 2 BA.
: ,.. ',< .- 100 ACRE HAMPTON AREA:'Only $8 O.00 p.r ocr.., >I ::" NOTICE,! Now Renting Mini Warehouse..

.' ,: ,. *2 APARTMENT UNITS: Both need remodeling. Check. Our, Rates

. "I *SOLD: S Acres Hampton.
" \;, *SOLD; 34 Acre Hwy. 33$. '
;' : ',. *W. CENTER STREET; House with two rental apartments.( $71,300." :Excellent location, STARKE" RADIATORAUTOMATIC ... New Listings Needed ..

, :; .; for future development. : ',, :, .
i ,::' *SIX ACRE FARMETTE: Good for development Hwy: 16. Close"to prison; : '

*FIVE ACRES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA: Only $l3.000vTerms.", -' y ;TRANS .. _. .... ... .,. .... _. ._'_'_ __ ... ......." '_-.d _'_-
: .,, ,, *2 BR MOBILE HOME! One acre. in country.Owner motivated to.sell. Priced at only, '
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: 9 ;';:','rI 1 I$*16500'WALNUT STREET: Lovely old Starke 'landmark, needs' 'restoring'j' :! .-j'I".i'. 'J,! r 1 i 1 SERVICE964681O: Carpet t. (Any $ Scotchgardis .'

'. *t'/i ACRE B ...tllullond With MH. Only 18000. "' a : 1" 495
; 'f t'ba;,: ''': '*;SOID:'17% ",. A Old Hou... ?""p (.''ir' ;< : ",;? .. : Cleaning ffS
:" '''jl.'." .*COUNTRY STORE GROCERY GAS In good location.. : ) Available

i '3 t'r"' ,' :*8 ACRES in Lawtey Area.. Hwy :301"frontage,"'" li ; ; / "'r Corner of $R 16 & U (Deep Soil Extraction to MM AvaHrtte I
. : ;1-v,' P. *LEASED: 10 AC Hwy 30f N. ;;?s d" .rti rufM4,,,,r : JSQIWe ;l;(

; '*6 ACRE RANCHETTE with pecan tr.*. 'I ': ; .., ;',..?\ Do GeneraLAutamoftiie'J"epairs'We ) Whole. House Special ob.. m*., nail 3 *.K) : ::'
home. furnished.
'** ACRES with lovely new Completely Owner financing: ,

" it BUTLER HWY 301 TERRACE S: 38 Acres." BR, J BA. 'i ", '."iftt' V1*/,:,\r.t ffi, ;'. 3 now service & rebuild automatic transmissions Carpet Dyed (o 12))' .".?,",'. . ','".11 IS

: ) *SOLD Conerly Estates.. Nice 3 BR. 2 BA:',on I Ac. Brick: ,!.n..r." /" ;. We ( tecCH'tirad'etort'' ''ft'' Furniture Cleaned ($<**.& <*I*> ,"" '.,.," .'. '"... ,
-'u POULTRY FARM Call for Information "* "* cjeafy repair,
'' ,, ...." '' "Not Delighted bon't
v Pay'
*23 ACRES art Hwy.22S v .; 1 ,
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'3A& with house, Farmette on Hwy 225: j We c&n fix your air coMdHkHrar and heater :
; "" ; *SOLD: nice $ ,, ? ( problem
Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas
\ Serving :
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Earitenloath. '
NICB BUILDING LOT at .
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.1-', 1.11ft.: :..l K\ ,' *LAWTEY AREA:107 acres. ">" tifrtp m' ,) ark"z'' *,'.I.J\'\'', ",'',......"", ..' .Ltt, Ill replace your br *tn automotive glass Florida $ Ci

'.,;.:. f';:,, :.'\ 1 *3 BR. 2 BA IN TOWN:Convenient! location.! Corner lot, aver ](180.o. :'f ( (by ppointmentr) : ,, ', Carpet I I
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: ......"I,.''." '!",r" ;1'' .g f I*SOLD HIGHWAY: I In Towr.301..2 Frontage BR, Bloc k'. 4V4 W6.000V Act only" 26000. ,. 'r .'" ,,',' ', '-:We, ,v tM l also put your,|Mrvf( w ml ror on your wiwl-. 'PROFESSIONAL. SERVICES ID' :

:. r'.HAMPTON; 3..'AI;. ,farm with MH .converted fa took like house, priced f right at ant
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: \, -.- Jim Haga and her daughter, Mr.and Mrs. Hermie' Kelly visited* : $ of their parent and dish, Rev,and Mrs James aunders of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. David
II Elizabeth: Terry Jennifer Mrs and ,Miss) Elizabeth: Terry, Mr, $ndMr4'Paul Seavers, Sr. Infi' Wdsndparentli, Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph and.' om. Rev and'; Mtp.:' Cecil Wilkerson and Mnttttrt, \ JkiI s' ," '
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phone 7 3.iaoo: went to see1'Mrs. Haga s,'doctor1, and Jacksonville on Tuesday. I j Crawford, Dewey and Karen, and Mrs. Linda WeLer and' {Gniifo; of ',',< tr
; Personals... ales Miss Terry's sister, Mrs C.E. Mr/and Mrs Jimmy Moore of :, Mrs. R.H. Futch celebrated her Angie and John Ford, Christine Lawtey, Mrs Sylvia Wilkereon, and '
Strickland, on Thursday In, Jacksonville and their daughter, ,"88th birthday on Sunday Aug. 19, at Blake of Hollywood, Fla., Barbarlne family of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. '
These three Items were ,left out Gainesville. Susan of Houston, Texas, were Mon- ", the home of her son-in-law and Jaup of Interlachen,and Wally Saleof Harold Jones and family of Lawtey '
last week because of lack of space--- Frank Camp and Mr. and Mrs. day supper guests of their mother, <' daughter, Mr,and Mrs. obedPauley Chicago, III. All the guests en- Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hardee andfamily
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny DeVore and Gene Pearson went to Birmingham, Mrs Fred MopreI.WednesdayIMts1!(; I r ; ''In Lawtey. Six bf,!Mrs. Futch's eight Joyed birthday cake,ice cream,and i of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Mike >.
daughter, Nicole, of 5f. Petersburg\ Ala. on Tuesday,Aug.21,and visited Mildred Tye at- children; enjoyed the birthday drinks. Mrs. Futch received many Brigmand, and family of Kissim- ,
spent the weekend with their their brother, Paul Kemp, and tended a postmaster training sessionat celebration with \her. They were beautiful gifts. We hope that she mee Rev. and Mrs. E.R. HoosierStarke I1-I+
mother, Mrs. Pauline DeVore. helped him get 'in Veteran's General Mail Center in Jackson- Margaret Pauley*i'''Pauline DeVore celebrates many, many more Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gowena ot :
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman spent Hospital, there. They stayed from yule ; Elnora Privett, Ola Starling MabeiMcClellan Weekend guests of the Robert Lawtey, Mrs. Ida Doherly and' ;
last Thursday to Saturday at St. Tuesday until Friday night. Mr. Mrs! James Waters\ spent Sunday and--Lois Blevins of Lees were Mr. and Mrs. Larrle grandchildren also from Starke. i!I "
Augustine Beach. Kemp is to undergo surgery on Mon- afternoon with hek< mother, Mrs. Lenox, Ga. Among the'other guests Dubose of Decatur Ga. ami Mr. and Grace United Methodist Church a
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and day, Aug. 27. Our prayers are with Janie Higginbotham, at Maxville. attending were Teresa Patterson, Mrs. John Lee of Palm Harbour, observed the birthday and wedding
'their daughter, Mrs Ralph Futch him. ''Mra.; Mildred, Tye spent the. Mrs Linda Adkins and sons John Fla anniversaries for August on Aug. 19,
and her daughter Kristina Brantley Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and weekend with :i her son-in-law and and Joshua, Angie DeVore, Nicole Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodall and at the church.At .
went to Panama City Beach for the Mrs Bethna Estes visited Mrs.Wilma daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy DeVore, of St. Petersburg, Stuart family of Crete 111.spent Friday and the board meeting of. ,the.
weekend. While there they visited Wainwright in St. Vincent's Tally and family, in Jacksonville.Mrs. Pauley and Susie Woodward, Mr. 'Saturday with their grandmother church Grace United Methodist approved -
Mrs. Willie Green's sisters, Mrs. Hospital,Jacksonville,on Thursday B.L. Wilkison, Sr. and her and Mrs. Macll Pauley, Mr. and Mrs. Hester Hicks, and uncle and the completion of the
Ruth Strickland, Mrs. MaryBelle She is doing fine. son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Ricky Solze, Mrs. Deloris aunt Mr.and Mrs.Glen Shuford,and fellowship hall and kitchen area.
Strickland and Mrs. Mildred Griffis Mr. and Mrs. George Boyer of Mrs. Royce Edwards of Jacksonville Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cope cousin Nancy.A This work will add two restrooms
of Ebto, Fla. Augusta, Ga. were luncheon guests were Sunday guests of her son and children ,and their mother, first birthday was given for Miss and one class room,which can be used
The Ladies of First, Baptist Church of their sister, Mrs. Fred Moore, on and daughter-in-law. ; Mr. and Mrs Lillian, of Clay Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Ann Wilkerson Aug: 25 by her as a nursery. This will be a great:
were hosts for a baby shower for B.L.Wilkison ; Bobby Prevatt and Rochelle, Brett parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond asset to the church
Whitney Rae Wise, daughter of Mr. Thursday Mrs. Alchus (Hamilton of Mr. and Mrs Donny Wise, and DeWitt Revels, Paul Fisher, Wilkerson. Those,present Were her First Baptist Church observed the' is'd
and Mrs. Tommy Wise on Tuesday Gainesville visited her aunt, Mrs.. daughter Heather and sons Craig, Mrs: Rossie Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. grandmothers, Mrs. Ethel Hardee, regular fellowship supper of the ; t
night in the' Fellowship Hall,of the Rossie Reddish, on Sunday, Kevin and Chris were Sunday din- Hubbard HarleYI Mrs. Elva RedI' of Starke, and Mrs. Ruby Wilkerson church for birthdays and wedding
church anniversaries for the month of

-..', 1 August in the fellowship hall on Aug.

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PERSONAL SERVICES INSURANCE FOR SALE

DORMAN WELL, AND SEPTIC TANK MAINES INSURANCE, AGENCY 160 S. HONDA ATC 110 ,3-WHEILER: "1982 STOP! j
Package d.al; 2" or 4".wells, water Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. $450., Phon ....96.2700.pd'
pump., n.w Installation- septic CompUte Insurance Service TFN. a/16-9/6
.tanks, drain fields and lift stations 1983 RANGER PICK-UP V-6 engine, air ,
Mobil. home poles available. All cond., 4-. .p. d. ufn 8/16
work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- WANTEDSAM MALLARD DUCKS Males and f.mol.t
man 2752151. UFN 9/1 Phone 496.2333 for directions. Nocollect Bradford Music Center: '
NETTLES TREE 'SERVICE Jr. removal JOHNS NEEDS AND WANTS call.. 2-pd 8/23.30 "
pin.and pruning.for sale.Also Call firewood Thomas oak Nettles and YOUR VOTE. I/SO Bradford: Square Starke ... :

4963823. ufn'12/22 HELP WANTED fi Division of Home Entertainment Concepts '
WE DO COMPLETE REMODELING SERVICE FOR RENT ,
New trim,lob and subcontracting '
PROCESS MAIL AT HOMEI $79 per hun
for. free estimates! call Walter TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING dredl! No experience. Part or lull
Smith at Smith Trim '' Services MACHINES FOR RENTi Union County lime.' Start Immediately. D.toll. '
496.2436.4chg' 018.96'AnENTION Times 150 Main Street lake Butler. tend self-addressed stamped is HAWWHundreds
MON'S Would like to
Phone 496-2261 for Information ,TFN envelope to C.R.I. 6092, P.O. box eA
babysit your child' In my home, .11.p.rl.nced.lunch'and LARGE FRAME HOUSE One block Southof 3149, Stuart FL 33495. 8/23-9/13 __
snacks provided Courthouse on Lake Street In Lake JOBS OVERSEAS Big money fast. Qre
from school. For Info '
pick-up more Butl.I''Contact Dewltt Knight. Box $20.000 to$50.000 plus per year'. Call _
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call Janice Noegel 8/30-9/20 496-3923 after 505, Madison,,Georgia. 30650 or,call 1-416-482-1500. Ext. 24018. 2-pd.
5:00: p.m. 4-chg: 404-342-2199 oft.r 6:00'p.m,2.-chg 8/23.30
8/23.30 MAKE MONEY AT HOMEI Details send y
YARD SALE 'FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES,2 and 3 tamped addressed envelope P.B.S. s's
BDRM for long term rentals. Central Dept. A, ftt. 8, Box 450-F' Lake City ,
heat/air. Clean. Playground. Laundry Fl.. 32055. 2-pd 8/23-30 '
SAT.parking.SEPT.lot.I.900-untill.Parrlih's Kid's Food clolh's.baby Store, Near RMC, FSP, BTU, etc. Car- SECRETARY NEEDED At Union CountyAgent' :
cloth's,; furniture household pools. No pets Phone 496-2366' In Office.. Call 496.2321.1..chg.
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Lake Butler. 4-chg 8/23-9/13
Items, women's clolhs.l-pd 8/30 fUll TIME MAN WANTED Steady
BLOCK HOUSE 3 Bdrm 1 Bh. fully
carpeted except, kitchen and dining dependable nonsmoker daytime
REAL ESTATE room on 1 1/2 acre of land. Thr. work. Call lecanto Tofu Shop. Phone and Hundredsof
," miles out of Lake Butler; before you 496-3714" or 4963698.' 1-chg 8/30
get to Johnstown Church. 1..chg ,
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL, PIECE OF
PROPERTY If I don't have I'll findIt 8/30 Subscribe
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NEW MOBILE HOME 2 Bdrm, I Bh, fur.nished
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Just ask. JANE $ USHER,
496-2126 w/olr, located In Worthington Today/
REALTOR. .or 496-2903'
eves. "Your Union County Realtor, Springs ufn Lake Butler:
Oldies But Goodies
8/04 tfn Call Vicki 496-22o I I'Rfptisentitlvt

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|Rep. George Crady has been active each' year for his district! '!i'>; 1 TIME FOR ,

11977 A ,George: Crady was''elected Sta Representative, '11'' / l a '

to repeal a 'Georgia" law that would have, keptFlorui r ,
11978'Went to Georgia STUDENTS '
I : 'jhuhters: from hunting in Georgia. '{ ';? j r'I ii, BAND

|1979 ,- Reinstated Welcome tions after Governor had removed. ,them. ,

from the budget, : k, Rental,, of Instruments on new and

1980 -, As chairman of the Sub-Committee Parole and Probations,

helped pas 13:9: million dollar increase in? ,the 'Corrections, budget" to used 'instruments available. I,
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and prestige.
upgrade Correction Officers pay "

1981;:-;Passed Special;i Legislation to allow senior citizens to hunt' or fish in Let us know what instrument

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11982 '- Co-sponsored; amendment. to provide; emergency funding from ,

'the:sales ,tax'',revenue, to gp to small rural ,counties'Whose'populatlon'less readyfor it

;:is than 50000. Counties 'receiving. funds include i Nassau, Baker' when you are. .. \,

'Union and Bradford( ;

1983-* Passed: the Prison'Impact Bill which relieves the stress:of'counties: ,; "Sale-Sale-Sale I' '

1 ,i impacted ;by';;prisonsT Counties:! :funded include Baker, .Bradford '"and. .
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Union,, Helped pass the, rslty.actor Funding for'schools. :This \'

I money "goes directly'to' 'the school boards'in. rural counties' o,'relieve : ,4 i;:;.,*" Sheet- Music for

their financial l ,difficulties. Counties 'receiving these, funds, include' !!' '
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Nassau Baker Union and Bradford., .
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11984.Upgraded"' Correctional lIOfi, ers'pay with an additionalpay!: grade *11'2.: 5. '01' :,

I increase ,Currently.', working with Governor Bob. Graham, Senator; :?' : /O Off& more

,LawtonChilesT'and: 0'.S",'Representative. Charley Bennett t W, qbtain $3,9 I I

million dollars:to'' help solve,the [erosion; problems on Nassau County;,j
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