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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 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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,.. _. Bradford voters elected new over the win, but said the electionwas
: d : 1N 1i f 4' school superintendent Jim Duncanby so quiet he couldn't tell the past.'
""3 votes, retained kept Clerk Gib two weeks how It would go. .J. ,
Brown by 328 votes,and gave incum Brown carried 11 the 20 precincts,
bent county commissioners Maxie with big wins of 273-107 in the black
Carter Jr. and Lawrence Mosley section of Lawtey,and 241-64 in Reno
wide margins of victory. black section of Starke,
The only race still going is a runoff Challenger Harold Davis; a financial -\
between, District 'incumbent 1 officer and insurance agent '
commission Homer Hart and 'waged his first political campaign,

Y? challenger Wilbur Waters Winner of carrying 9 precincts and winning big'
the Oct. 2. second Democratic in Brooker 163-74, and on the SE side
primary must face Republican can. of Starke 21,3-17:1.:
didate B.C.. Holtzendorf in the
General Election Waters Leads Dist, 5... ,

1 The 64 percent voter turnout was Challenger Wilbur Waters leads' .
larger than expected in a very quiet the 3-way District 5 county commission
4) ( I election difficult to 'forecast ae race with 1,893 votes to 1,685 for
: curately. 4,600 of the 6,846 eligible incumbent Homer Hart and 787 for .-

? Democratic. voters turned out political newcomer' .Blake Hamiltonof
Supervisor ,, of Elections Neva Brooker. -.
J'' Flynn said Friday at the Theressa In 1980 Hatt edged'' Waters by'24 '
rally the calls had really begun com votes in a second primary race. This
:!i: ::4 K ing into her Office Thursday, Whereto 'time Waters leads the first primary.
vote?,How do I register to'e,1 by 208 votes, .
l + The turnout is going to be'more ', ',There have been-cases, however;
than the 50 percent she, predicted, in which the front runner in the'first
Mrs, Flynn said Friday, primary lost the runoff
A vote tally, by precinct, Is on., Hamilton,. the former mayor of
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with 123 votes, to 85 for Hart and 31
-Al. Superintendent's Race... for Waters. :i-\ .>
J' Duncan beat Francis 2,259'to 2,056, Waters won big in his hometownof
a margin of 203 votes. It is felt that, Lawtey'with 474 votes to 201 for
Francis' ties to the current ,ads "Hart and 61 for Hamilton. ,
ministation, where he is in the county Waters and Hart each carried nine

Voting Slow.. r office as personnel director secondary 'of the 20! precincts.' J
,"_,.e curriculum coordinator, was,
As was the entire election, vote the biggest factor in his defeat. CarterRetains'Seat-/ :(, y
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counting Tuesday night in the coun Z t ? r Some people assumed if Francis was 'Two-term/ Incumbent commissioner '
ty commission meeting room In the ; elected, current pt, Torn Casey Maxie Carter Jr. retained his
.. courthouse, above, was a calm affair y r ,i would fill the current]]'' vacant assist Distr seat by 1.076 votes ," <\,:[.:'.*:';:>
<.: In Bradford County.' *lant superintendent's> Sage and sttflrunjto _.. Carter was' A: 24 winner-over:: ,,. .
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Chamber of Commerce office in gathered his biggest;wins Still substantial! 0': 'L; .
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Starke. Ruth (Mrs. Charles) JohnsIs :among white voters in Lawtey' .
shown leaving after voting. + 1 s + where he won 2.1,on the south side of Mosley Wins Easily... J',

Business was slow most of the + + Starke where he won 217 to 164, in, Dist. i county commission
." day Tuesday at the!voting precinctswith W ?y r the Melrose section in southeast Lawrence Mosley, who wasn't goingto
only 64 percent, or 4.600 people Lr' Bradford 'County 111-51, and in run again at one time won easily

casting votes. The turnout ,was ? M, Brooker 142-84. over challenger. Mitchefi Brown, of
higher than the 50 percent Super w Duncan and Francis waged'friendly a'
visor Neva Flynn predicted F { '+ clean campaign. Duncan Mosey got a 705 vote win, getting
however.Senior. a rrr;+ said last week he has made no promises 2,515 votes to 1,810 for Brown, an insurance
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< Clerk's Race... Shuford in 1980, has been chairmanof I-
Veteran Clerk Gib Brown beat the commission and this. year \is j

back challenger Harold Davis by 328 presiding 'over. the Road. Depart'
l' votes, 2,361 to 2,033, a 328 Vote ment. v ',*-Ot[( '," .'
margin. Brown won the Lawtey vote',
.: Brown said Wednesday he's elated 478-301 but that was about it.':t\:' '

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After hearing complaints about working with senior citizens in Bradford Without the offices for services to which allows membership from age Back into Dist.13 Seat
the new senior citizens center from County. He said that includes the elderly) the separate wing for 55 and up. He said the new wing at
Bradford County Senior Citizens Community Care for the Elderly, senior citizens couldn't have been the Guidance Clinic only allowed use
Club President Harry Fertig, which offers services to persons who built, Clifford said. by persons over 60 years of age and A big home county vote gave Rep. Six' precincts in western Duval
Mayor-Commissioner Jimmy are over 60 years old. After a 20-minute( discussion, the he couldn't. qualify because he's.not George Crady, D-Yulee,'a safe edge gave Crady 332 to Yarbrough's 258.
Crosby Jr. asked what "string" tied The grant was obtained after a commission agreed to study alternatives over.,Ex-Baker ,County Sheriff Ed: Crady, now serving his third term
the city commission to this issue. similar request by the Suwannee for a meeting place for the 60.A: check with Guidance Clinic Yarbrough, D-Macclenny, in a hard- 'in the House and looking forward to
He addressed Commissioner River Economic, Council failed to senior citizens club.Commissioner fought race to unseat the three-term ,a fourth, said he intends to continue
Director Bill Lennon indicated that '
Charles Schaefer saying the group j materialize. Vernon Silcox suggested 1 incumbent in Tuesday's primary, pressing Jot increased funding for
services from federal
was organized to attend the meetingby Clifford said the Guidance Clinic that persons in the community programs'weren't 'Both candidates won handily in small counties during his next term.
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allowed for
Schaefer, so perhaps he could explain picked up the grant because a senior be contacted who might have a persons their home counties with close votes Yarbrough served three terms as'
but the
what was going on. citizens center ,was needed in meeting space the group could use. :through some' programs coming in' Bradford, Union and Baker County sheriff,', starting in
center would be to ins
'Starke. Fertig said the club had met in the open any Duval. But the 8,101 Votes cast in the, 1957i and was making his first bid for,
Fertig said the new wing for senior club terested senior citizen legislature:He entered the race
Fertig said their 35-member Pratt Street Recreation Building until race in larger Nassau County was
citizens built as part of the new wouldn't have room for a dinner summer when the youngsters use too many for the 4,890 votes case in in May after rumors circulated that .
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Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic meeting with guests in the meeting the space:They moved to St. Mark'sEpiscopal '"Industry, Appreciation Week"has Baker, the state mental hospital in Mac-
facility didn't provide enough of the space as it has been arranged. Church. been proclaimed by' Mayor- On the basis of incompletereturns clenny might be closed,Yarbrough
right kind of space for their club. Clifford said the meeting space is Fertig said the group needed to Commissioner Jinx Crosby Jr. to ,Crady retained his District accused Crady of being an Ineffecv
feet which he said help support efforts by community House with total of tive ,leader, and not doing enough to
He said the original drawings of about 625 square find another building they could call leaders in local 13 state seat a
the building called for a larger would be enough room to ac- their own, rather than borrowing businesses and expanding new 10,199 to Yarbrough's 8,599. 'help save the hospital, a big source ,
meeting area.Guidance 'comodate 75 persons. space. jobs. Crady won Nassau with 5,410( to' ,,of Baker County employments
Clinic Director of .. Schaefer said he had been involved Clifford said a volunteer coordinator businesses to create new Yarbrough's 2691. The ex-sheriff, ', Crady stood on his record?;sayinghe
Operations Kerry Clifford responded since 1978 in trying to get the is to scheduleuse :'l 1 'Crosby said he had learned that 80. rancher, security service operator had done and would continue to do
to the commission with an outlineof grant, but somehow'',the plans for of the senior :so. percent of new jobs coming from the and ordained minister easily won in. everything possible to keep the mental
the federal "strings" which were space had been changed without his that the space could be utilize by, expansion of established businesses. Baker, polling 3,164 to Crady's 1,726., hospital in Baker County. The
attached to the facility when a grantof knowledge. area residents including the' v .' Crosby said he Is in full support of Bradford ana Union voting was two candidates split endorsements ',..
$105,000 was accepted to pay for a Clifford said federal and state re- Bradford-Union Senior Citizen's '.Chamber of Commerce' efforts to nip and tuck. of teachers groups, with Yarbrough
major portion of the wing. He said quirements and the' amount of Club. complete the Blue Chip Community Crady carried\ six of the county's'; winning support from the Bradfordgpdneition.aAndocipthe's
the 2,200 square-foot space had to ac- available money limited the amount Schaefer said he would help locate program now underway in Bradford 11 precincts lying-:in District IS,. ; screening'
comodate offices for personnel. of space and use of space. a suitable meeting area for the club; ',.County. while Yarbrough scored wins in five. .Florida
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\, !oiNII1 absentees was'' Crady 1,279, Yar. Association. Crady get the nod from .:
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brough 1,161.
I Brooker Holds First Public on/New Crady also had'a slight edge;in sion/National (,Education: Association .
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candidates by
1325. However,the count on over 500' Both
The budget workshop for the $23,156 for the new year. The other $9,000 is for upkeep of '",'\penses, equipment repairs', Insurance absentee votes in Union had not been. \some labor I groups.. and, ,.,, other.
Brooker City Council held Thursday,, Federal Revenue Sharing Funds the present road system in the city. : and new,purchases.*' Alsoinciudeci reported by 4 p.m. Wednesday! organized Interests.. i
Aug. 30, saw the first public hearing will total $1,300 and were the subject Also, the council indicated that as ;; Is $900 in salary for the fire'
on the towns 84-85 tentative budget. of a separate public hearing Thurs much money as possible will be save .,I chief..The total Is also contingent on '
Projected spending in this small day for input from any interested in ed from this total for future paving the Bradford'' County'' Commission Don Fuqua Wins Easily \, ,. : ,5 I
community in southwest Bradford dividuals. No comments were projects. 'repeating last years Contribution of :,:, j :
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County is projected to total $81,707 received from (the audience which Areas cited in the past have been :$1,200 in fire department funds. \ .'f0r'the .
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for the new year consisted of this reporter from TheTelegraph the subdivision areas of the ,city, '0 Budgeted for, the Brooken ,City Bradford County ,)1} .
in West
Property tax mlllage was adoptedat and one other individual. which do not have paved streets, ',.Marshal is a total of$ ,_Including cent of its voting ) ., .:
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the rate of 1.367 mills for 84-83, The county's 4-cent per gallon such as the Shady Oaks area of town. In salary, $1,500 car operating day's First Primary on ':I i .
down from 1.466 In the 8344 budget. local option gas tax is scheduled to Parks and recreation are scheduled $750 auto insurance, and gr Mlnat veteran Don nr happy-hO.. :" :J
The new rate will generate approximately generate $8,750 for Brooker In the for $1,600 if the $500 input from :t boding'of the marshal' tome-roan. race. -for U$ have- Fu: :11-
$1,415 for the new general up-coming year. Streets and roads'are I county recreation funds is repeated. ,'Ies., workman' compensa- tative, DM.'2. : ,,, .
revenue budget, which ill less than budgeted a total of $14,000 in the $600 of the money is earmarked for Rep. Fuqua, D-Altha ,dtrfeatwi'
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of this total of the ,,1 system Is budgeted for in Bradford including :
three percent of the proposed total. new budget, with $$5,000 support Little League Pro-
Brooker gets Its largest share of committdft to street lights According gram and $1,000 for utilities at the a t.if of $24,924 and is expected to. carrying all of the of Lab''j i., :

revenue for the enera1 budget from,, to City Clerk Linda Robinson,, ,ballpark. 4 (\\j.. .eaodrU & .... fl eex "' ,'preciDl 8. > His'?two* 7Z"'I., ?' : .\ :1'<<.
state revenue storing funds which ,Breaker pay*$415 per month now for. .,:4 Mon -".tor'.the;:,. 'volunteer, (fire '" ctctlOf'S: ) ..4M ql'=-' ,'I.'r.,j''"'' ,J'. i
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Clerk Lucille ShufonL,;. ,,
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I ,. Sept. 4, to hire Greg WWiams to run Qualifying will be from nooifOct.. '
I WVV"/: ;:3/;(, the water plant. Needed... IS through noon Oct. 19.
r ? books will close Nov.
Registration
:}:7 Democratic First i Primary Election, September 4, 1984PRECINCT i"y Williams has already begun work- The council should Consider adop-- 2 for the election. "
:, ing and has a Class C operators ting certain procedural guidelines to Election day is Dec. 4. j
license, as required. follow in hiring new employees and those of
Two council seats, councilwoman -
",, selling city-owned possessions, attorney
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/ Laura Harris and
\,''' Hobbs also advised. countoilman '
Title to City Hall... will be
, Emmett Bright, up.
Y "The only reason I would ,
suggestyou
1 City attorney Johnny Hobbs look into this is
;:": reported the Bradford School Board could come! up because someday someone to In other action, the council: '
has signed a quitclaim deed for the claim '
''city property on which the water. "You need discrimination to Hobbs said. Approved the hiring of Mrs. Martha -
i I plant and city hall is located. this line... You protect need,to yourself set forth along a, Futch to work in city hall can"bel for 30 .". >"""J" ,;
School trustees .* days, until applications
ago
t years policy and follow it each time." '
2 >;'!A 5 ;'8 .7 8A 88 9A 9B IDA 108 11 12A 12B 11 14 ISA''1SB AB''' 'Total neglected to sign over the property Hobbs the council received for the part-time position I,
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'" 2nd Congressional District Clerk Lucille Shuford found Lawtetydhail which will be advertised.
Representative Congress policies to study, make any changes
< Don Fvqui 291 279 173 289 279 179 239 70 101 194 184 133 149 237 87 134 198 179 193 12 180 3673 is the located property on whicli ci. they desire, and bring the matter up Was reminded clerk Shuford r""
about half ,the by .
"ate Kim O'CIMIr 22 38 12 27 34 18 38 4 7' 7 20 '12 11 19 4 12 29 12 13 15 352 block that Lawtey Elementary and again at the October meeting. that the final public hearing on the '
Eugene A. SflmM 13 48 12 18 23 8 12 3 49 7 8 18 7 2 11 10 6 8 9 226 the city now occupy. Election Dates... new budget hearing Is set Tuesday,
Attorney Hobbs appeared Aug; 30 Sept. 11.
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State Representative House District ;'I agreed to sign the quitclaim deed
amid a little joking about the schoofboard 'S 4S
Basra Crady 181 : 91 178 189 10834 99 -33 119 113 96 60 1279

E. Ed YartwughBlttwrt 168 107 134 141 17 43 70 28 126 66 113 89 ,118.1', Board Member"owning"J.T.Lawtey.Fairish! joked School,. ((((((({({(((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((({((( j


Clerk of Circuit Court
$226,856 BudgetSet
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8. Bttw 174 273 96,169 171 94 241 81 46 91 82 96 98 142. 32 80 109 96 64 10 137 2361 j !
Harold. K. DnlsJm .198 107. 101 140 165 101' 64 38 73 82 133 99 69 121, :33: 91 183: 103.161: ,2 77 i 2033. w,

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DuncMCharttt 218 189 111 182 183 110 138 41 86 IDS 112 81 111 .113 ,3D 61 121 '10 134 8 10'; 2259 Hearing Set Tues..
E. FnndiMltctelBraw 109 187, ,'- .11111 172 .82, 117 44 63 67 97 69 91 196, 34 82 123 107 80 4"1.I 2056 : Quick Start '
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Lawtey City Council approved the
first reading ''of the 1984-83 fiscal
County Commissioner District 1 budget last Thursday night, August

.. 208 273 88 103: 133 69 162 49 29 47 74 60 89 87, 17 71 69 68 74 4 75 1810! :, 30. : '
Liwrinca Malty. 124 127 111 210 201 128 133 41 66 120 139 93 103 162 43' 95 175 129 126 8 140 2512 The $266,856 budget tentatively approved ..It Works ..
is $12,000 over last years
budget of 5254,858.Included S

County Commissioner District 3 in the budget is $169,580 in r
MaxIs Urttr. Jr.Liwrvncc 171 250 112 222 99 111 241 86 77 117 88 94 106 180 45 97 152 111 100 8 159 2708 the general revenue fund and $96,921 ,Quick,.Start/ Its the fastest Weight Watchers program ever. And It's a'proven sue- .
cess. because hundreds of thousands have tried it and lost In the
Briffli 153 136 86 96 135 83 56 20 40 85 126 57 17'88 .20 74 99 84 104 7 86 1632 for the water department. 'very first weeks. weight quicker, ;: ;
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Also included in' the budget is Quick Start Is simple and sensible, It's flexible too with a practical exchange
$20,000 to either drill another well for system that allows you to substitute the foods that you like. And the appetizing,
County Commissioner District 5 .'. 'the water department or make the easy-to-follow menus consist only of real foods-no food substitutes or.'i I 4 '
Bake Hamilton '23 38 29 S3: 59 40 33 14 18 26 33 25 37 85 14 39 51 26 119 4 51 ,787 ,present one larger. supplements. -' :'
Homer F. Hart 119 277 103 130.117 68 162 35 52 88 82 63 43 13:0 68 96 82 30 1 75 1685 Quick Start Is far'more than just a food plan. It's a proven approach to weight'::'
WUter Wittrt 187 277 103 130 117 86 162 35 62 88 82 63 43 93 30 68 96 82 ''30, 1 86 : 1893 ,.,.6'Second: and final reading for,the control that teaches good eating habits, behavior modification even easy exer' v r .
') Lawtey budget will be Tuesday,Sept. vises you can do at home.And In our supportive group environment, trained lead-. ,' ,
.. beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the ers and; fellow members encourage you every step! of the way. h, ,
Lawtey City Hall. We're accepting enrollments now for the Quick Start!Program. So,call Weight ,.<
Watchers today. Hurry!

All you need is Quick Start,"and you'll really t take off. .
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looks started out as a mistake, but it Is also pointed out employees calling employee drawing top pay with a Sick leave accumulated .is
school more board and more likely the in sick already draw 100 percent of beginning employee would actuallysave dramatically less for less experienced 1 a+
will end up pang i its sick leave. the board money, despite the and younger employees, it was
cumulated employees 100 percent ac- Copying a state law, attorney terminal pay outlay, Casey contend- pointed out. Supt. Casey said administrators 1 '
sick leave upon retire- Terry Brown mistakenly included ,
have 1,759 days of sick ,'
ment.If the 100 percent terminal pay into an ed.Casey, noting the tight budget, leave accumulated and teachers Eibonpnd usl \,
everybody eligible to retire this amended rule. The issue bass :
came up also suggested a deal could be work 2,471. ca'k
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year board did so, it would cost the school recently when Supt. Casey broughtup ed out in which the terminal pay Among employees with 50 years or gut a'
$264,000. raid Supt. Tom an apparent conflict in the school bonus could be paid off over several less of work experience, the ad-
Casey, upon questioning by School board terminal pay rule; one section years. He suggested paying 40 per ministrators have 295 ,days accumulated -
Board Chairperson Patricia copied from the state jaw said an cent the first year, 30 perent the se- teachers 1,220, and non- ",
Spengler. That would hit the $10.6 employee is eligible for terminal pay cond year, and 30 percent the third instructional 954 days. Among I
operating budget rather hard in a after three years of employment by year. employees with 30 of less work -
year the school board is having a the school board, the school board's "This aorta reminds me of the experience, administrators years have 137 ; ,' "".' a
rough time scraping up a few thousand rule was five years FRAM oil filters'You pay me now or accumulated, teachers 773! and non-
to complete the paving of the The issue came up again before pay me said Vo-Tech Direc- ins uctional548. '
track at Bradford High. the school board later'l' .
Aug 20. Supt tor along employees with 10 years or
The school board currently pays a Casey did not comment on the issue From a student's standpoint less experience, 141 personnel have modal 520 84 ',0
teacher for 50 percent 'of accumulated then, but the proposed rule changegot teachers staying on the Job would between 1M and 9 days of sick leave America's Best Buy J.
sick leave upon retire- enough attention for the board, prevent replacing a certified accumulated, 100 employees from 0 "
ment. at Mrs. Spengler's suggestion, to teacher with an aide, pointed out to lIAr days. Gilson 16 H.P. yard $139895"'J "
Bargainers for the teachers union, place on the Aug 30 workshop agenda Operations Director Lennard Chairperson Spengler asked Supt. tractor complete ,
the Bradford Education, have tried, when the soon-to-retire. Supt. Register. Casey to draw up a report on bow with 42" deck '
unsuccessfully; for several years to Casey told the school board he had Middle School Principal Dewey many employees are eligible for and a yard cart Reg. $2,623.95 ..\
have a 100 percent terminal pay rule been doing some work in that area. McKinney, saying he Is retirement this year and could valued at$1251 You save $6251 "
included in the teacher contract., Casey contended paying 100 per. philosophically opposed to paying receive the increased compensation, :
Those favoring the 100 percent cent of accumulated sick leave employees for not using sick leave, and how much the board would owe. ,
rule say it would Increase the Incen- might cause some employees to added some incentive Is needed to Normally, only two or three persons r ,,1
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bloodmobile from the Civitan bloodmobile wilFbe at the Chamber" Madison Street (SR-100) and Walnut Published very Thursday Now Available At: ,. I
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I am deeply grateful for overwhelming Mjcquiw Hack M KMutlMdprlM.
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and Robin Andrews take a breather on the tailgate of their pick-up truck after a steamy day of bal- Brent Murray, Drew's brother-in-law, takes off on tractor towing a whirligig contraption that rolls bahia \
I ing bahia grass at the old Clyde Cone place near Erooker.Making hay while the sun shines profitable but grass Into compact circular bales seen in background. The operation is faster and more economical than .I
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With the First Primary over and the "On the other hand, if we vote for Mr.

second one coming up in three weeks Mondale we can be confident that we Drew Andrews,a 20-year-old 6th genera-

it's time to turn the spotlight on the will get him as our de facto prime hay tion while Bradford the sun County shines.farmer, is making

General Election, the first Tuesday in minister. He can also do the ceremonial
November. jobs, but not. with the ease and enjoy- With ideal weather conditions this
season, the award-winning former PFA
Labor Day is the traditional "opening" ment that we get from Mr. Reagan. We grand-champion: steer producer, expectsto t 7
of the will be voting for a man who will harvest between six ana seven thousand
Presidential
campaigns primarily be concentrating on running bales of hay, working on shares with lan-
although candidates have been layingthe the government downer Ralph Hazen of Lake Butler Farm
groundwork and trying to look and Supply. At $25 a bale- that ain't hay! -ii-

act presidential for two years or more. "Most countries separate the two In what seemed like 100-degree() heat last

Less than ten weeks from now those jobs. One of the main advantages of Saturday, Drew and his farmerette wife,
Robin, and her brother, Brent
Americans who care enough about their separation is that it is easier to get rid of were finishing up on the second cutting Murray of i __ ;,
government to cast a vote, will troop to an unsatisfactory prime minister when Bahia grass on the rolling land of the old
the polls to choose between two political there is a king or queen at the top to provide Clyde Cone place near Brooker. They ex- Round bales of hay make a picturesque scene on the autumn landscape In the
parties who offer a clear and well defin- continuity. The British get rid of pect. a third.cutting before the season ends. Brooker-N'ew River section. Some dairymen however,prefer the old-style square f

ed choice as to what kind of governmentwe'll prime ministers when they like, by a The new-style roll bales weigh approx- bales which and Drew take and his father. Wilbur still provide, because they stack more \
have for the next four years. The vote of no confidence, in the House of imately 850 pounds each, which adds up to compactly up less storage space.
choice will be between rival aspirants Commons." 5,950,000 pounds of hay in 7,000 bales. "In
I good weather like we're having now, we
for the Oval Office the most importantand Harsch believes that one .disadvantage can harvest 750 bales a week," Drew said. Drew and Robin both have been engagedin Will, Chester, and his father, Wilbur.
powerful position in the world to- of the American is that church youth work, and in fact, first Somewhere along the line, spelling of the j
system we
day. Growing up on. the farm of his father met while attending a religious music name was changed to Andrews. "
may find ourselves voting for a king, Wilbur Andrews, at New River, Drew camp. The New River
section where Drew i
Joseph C. Harsch, a well-respected when what we want (and need) is a found his"profession" early in life; filling Drew's ancestry in Bradford County born and reared, is believed to have been was I
observer of the American politicalscene prime minister.... the mantle of his parents' home with FFA began with Francis N. Andreu who came the earliest part of Bradford County to be t
sees the choice that Americansmust *<* ", steer show trophies, including one year's here from St. Augustine in the 1850s,with a settled due to its rolling terrain and productive i
make on November 6 in the follow; f., i*'; ', M: ,? :4..: > .*....?> *...*"**? grand, chain ioO. He early-on started a land grant, which he farmed just west of soil. It made a living for those early ; J
ing ligblt jfcj ." .i i' '".II.1oJ I..... A.,Andircow/itf4hesa' > >\veefcs, the large scaI4 hfgbly''sueeeSstul day-old Clarke.A long line of farmers in the family ttlerst.andDrewis.provingagalnithat. \ { "
feeder calf'operation which along with hav onllnued over of 130 including Bradford1' Tgwfcert
a Wstill
time has come for leaders of both span years the county soil ,i
par- hay, is now Jus hlef source of income. Drew's forebears Francis rewards ,
"By and large, and with plenty of exceptions ties to start sending out signals to the Frank toil" r '
Republicans tend to be more I J
electorate -- written, spoken, and J
concerned with the interests of the
televised to
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business and industrial communities vince the varied factions on the

than with the interests of people on the American scene that the candidate is County Agent's Notebook Bb BotytAgentTaylor::: 'II

payrolls of those communities. By and with, by and for them and their every ,
large, and with plenty of exceptions, need.,
Democrats tend to sponsor the interestsof
those on the payrolls. At their convention, Mr., Reagan and Fertilizer Formulas banding. The furrows shouiu be about six have fewer furrows,with more fertilizer in 1
other Republican speakers emphasized Important to Learn inches apart, and only two or three inches each one. Just be sure td apply the right J
"Our choice is complicated by the deep. Spread the fertilizer'evenly in the, ,
upbeat optimism portraying Fertilizers be What do the amount for your garden and spread it j
confusing.
can
furrows and then fill them with
fact that Ronald and Walter soil. '
Reagan evenly through the furrows 1
Americans as smug and self-satisfied, numbers on the tag mean? How much of '
Mondale are not really running for the relishing and enjoying material prosperity what kind should we use? And, when and The amount of fertilizer you place in For more information on this subject, i
same job. Each wants,to be presidentover exuding patriotism and con- how should the fertilizer be applied? These each furrow will vary according to the you .can get a copy of our extension "
the next four years, but the office are questions I get throughout the year. I'll distance between seed rows. With narrow vegetable crops fact sheet number 74-5,entitled :
and fidence from every pore. try to answer them this week. Most of our rows, you'll have more furrows in a given Fertilizing the Garden". It's -;
means one thing to Mr Reagan
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But the American people, at least the soils are infertile.And, this is a major problem area, and just a little fertilizer in each one. available free from your county agent's office ,1
another to Mr. Mondale.
for commercial farmers and Where the rows are further apart, you'llAll on North 301 in Starke..
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"bottom half" not feel '
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backyard gardeners alike. You can improve i
"We have had over three years of Mr.
that have been misled too
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fertility your garden
; Reagan in the White House, and are ac- times before on the issues of economy,. .animal manures and other kinds of ,;

I customed to his way of running the environment, and foreign policy. They organic matter. But in most situations, Commodity Clients II
job..We know by experience, therefore, take some comfort in the lower inflation you need to add a commercial fertilizer.

that if reelected he will continue to keep rate and a lower unemployment rate in Plants need a variety nutrients. But, .
taxes on income, both personal and corporate some areas, but interest rates are still the major elements you must supply are Must.BeRecertified
as low as Congress will permit; Nitrogen, PJiosphorus, and Potassium. 1
and continue to
inexplicably high- they
These chemicals are always listed in that
that he will restrain spending on affect farmers, homeowners- some in order on the fertilizer tag. The tag also Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. announces that due to a change in' the '
welfare as much as Congress will per- dustrialists, and small business shows the quantity of each major elementin USDA Commodity program,,all recipients must be recertified before the next j
mit; that he will spend as much as Con- operators. They also discourage young the mix. For example a 100-pound bag distribution. i i ,> -..,
gress will allow on defense; and that he married people,'as well as some elderly of 6-8-8 fertilizer contains six pounds of a All agencies distributing USDA commodities must recertify families on I the new: "
nitrogen compound, eight pounds of House Application form and Issue a new USDA .
will continue to preach the doctrine of Commodity Card which must be
who still aren't the "American !t
sure phosphorus,: in ,the form of phosphoric'acid shown each month,along with identification.The card will be punched each month ",
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system, dream" of owning their own home will ,and eight pounds of a potassium com- when commodities are distributed. ., of fi Ii!
continue to sell the Russians as, much ever be ,for them. Enormous interest pound, called potash.The All persons eligible to receive USDA commodities must meet the following? ".' \

wheat as they will accept. payments ,on the federal debt threatento type'and amount of fertilizer you criteria and provide documentation: current eligibility for Food Stamps (Letter of;Ii;i. 'I
"We also know that these general devour any possibility of lowering the need will depend largely on the kind of soil 'declaration Decision); or of current need based recipients income of AFDC, Medicaid (Medical Card); SSI,or self "
in Your objective is to add on. on up to 130% of the Federal Income Level
points of view in Mr. Reagan's thinking deficit or increased government spen- ly your those garden.nutrients that soil doesn't Guidelines(see below),, adjusted for household size. This requires statement of t
; will be put into action by people on the ding on domestic programs.In already contain in adequate your amounts. You household income, and signature confirming statement on application. f j
White House staff who, while not this scenario the Republicansmust should remember that too much fertilizercan Recertification will be held at the following times and places
anonymous, are nevertheless relatively be as bad as too little. Of course,U you |ta e'5ildmJE School Mnda.v-Tuesday, Sept. 10, a? 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. 1'
fight to counteract the general im- Grove ..
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Baptist Church '
i, shadowy people. ''apply too little, your garden will be un-1 Wednesday Sept. 12, 9:30: a.m. to '
I pression that they kow-tow to the upper productive. But, 'i if you add too much, 3:30: p.m. w I
"We know one is named Baker and classes and the well-to-do. This percep- you'll waste money,,and you may even In- 3:30 Lawtey, Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.'>.. Monday.Sept;.9:30 a.m.; to, 1

another Deaver. There is an Edwin tion was enhanced .- rather than jure your crops.. Hampton P-IYl CIty'Hall. Tuesday, Sept, 18, 9:30: a.m!;:to"3:30 i : i"pirn,'ft. "-' ''"'iW't'; ,f'9:. ; f I

Meese whose transfer to the Depart diminished '- by the extravagance and- In general, 6 8-8,analysis fertilizer- is Brooker; City Hall Wednesday, Sept 19, 9:30: a.m. to 3:30: pm .."', .Jg'W. :"tJ:
ment of Justice has been held up. Thereis opulence ,of the Dallas Convention.The best for sandy soils. For sandy soils, and : : ... :
named McFarlane who other soils .with a low nitrogen' contents ''" ,1 nt c''.- Ji POVERTY -' "i,' ; \' Jl '
someone 130 GUI "
DELING :
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task of the Democrats, as seen by you'll need from two to five pounds of a;; ',' 1';
presides over foreign policy, and David fertilizer'for, t'. .S ; .h !.. '
The Christian Science Monitor ...is to common balanced analysis Family size Mo.. Income Wklyalnco'r' 4' 1rrru .
Stockman, who runs the budget office. feet of On :\
interest American voters in the advan- every 100 square garden. .> .
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But who 'primus inter pares'? (the organic soils you'll need one or two i.'" I': ; ( I'llr'J"b:. .. ,,., ,, 'i. ,: :> ';
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tages'of changing the nation's leader- feet. If the soil in .'' i ; i :''It }( : )''Z$ 1! h'l:,' .," ', '.
head man). ship. Assistance from subgroup your pounds garden per 100 isn't square typical of either of these, ''''' '/. ".', ,t'l, : ,. ..' T2H ,,, .,';":...JI4IH':1?: ,:.:,,;j..... ..;.......,. "S". "

"Mr. Reagan..presides with dignity spokesmen like John Anderson .and common types you should have your soil ( 5 i ,' '".i I .:2 : \ ': 917 \ .. 1ft, J t:. 12';,.' 4'',,: I:' ','.':111;
and ease at public functions. He says Jesse Jackson can help. But it's'really analyzed to determine the best kind of fer. 5, Y" i.1t15, ,{ "; 5S T ','i' !

the right 'things at Memorial' Day'ser-' up to Walter Mondale to convince the tilizer for your particular needs. 1 r -. .g. "' 5,291.| 1 u\if\m, ". .A ', ".,.
vices at parades for visiting main sweep of American voters of this, You Ihou d''diylde'''the'amount'of fertilizer .' I.'HZ i\ ..' wa'iftVJ1. .'; \: \:? :.1'/,, jaFor "

dignitaries at any White House recep- and motivate them to go to the polls in. caned,for Into'two applications.About Each 'Member : *:, > -5''H; -.n.i.] .:] rt

tion for any visiting delegation.- he his party's behalf." entire garden half should a week be or broadcast two before over plan-the Add-: .1119 +. -.."'. .,''If..

leaves the daily running of the businessof Since we can elect .only one man on > ting.The rest should be applied in shallow If you have any questions call your.Outreach; Center at 9646696.Soils ,," <1' ;
the office to his staff. furrows on both sides of the seed rows at .. !
instead of
November 6 believe
that
we planting time. This procedure i is called .' .. ,
"Some Presidents try to be both head electing a "figurehead' of state";'as'we Team I

of state and head of government, not now have, Americans would be' well- KLPOA Directors' Survey Leader Describes. Be le&fV;I 'i
i Carter advised to elect. a "head ofgovernmen :" '
always successfully, Jimmy was 'j-
the most conscientious of presidents.He 't'who' 'believes, like,Harry' To Meet Satoriiay' Benefits to be- derived from a countywide more nti less alike!''Vamataiti i pJei:;}'15ut t '!

studied every detail of the most com', Truman that "the buck stops here"-in, The Board'of Directors of the Klngsiey \ : i soils survey were discussed at the due to the wide variance MH tRMJII., a I?,
"Starke Club
Rotary Wednesday. 31 aurvey can help
1' plex problems of government.. He did as the Oval,Office..Under the Reagan ad Lake Property Owners. Association will three-man Aug. of evaluating the t [
Yamataki ty
meet SaturdWi Sept. 8, at 10 a.m, in the by Harold chief of a a tract of land for tip intended ise ,
little as he, could of the ceremonial ministration, the buck/stops nowhere KIngsley LaNe Civic. Center! purvey team assigned to Bradford County. before purchasing it, Sur ala4 skew i
4 chores. and it is difficult to fix responsibility.: '',,' '. ,'Yamataki and his assistants began work' areas tlw5'ard t to floOdtnC, ,and :
"'' here three weeks ago in the Lawtey area describe lOll that affect I
"If In .:November, we vote for. Mr.. .A head of state, to' entertain '' ..! and(are proceeding! ,ina, southeasterly '. trial Neste: fteJd ,on .ovate..anpNc;;;in- :.
Reagan, we;'will be 'voting for" awell-: dignitaries and ride in parades, may be isiddedlo'"na direction toward Keystone Height The 'he added, '
tested head of state. But who will be'our' useful on occasion abut Wu.what's'a-' survey will require three to'four, : year. ,to.;,. S The aoht''' survey $a betels dancedb3,
teats. federal
I"H ""' 'v President for? '' '., l ,. lsl, complete, the speaker said. 'rtate;a coin ndII'al'ltl; may
prime minister? Vice Franci* Bacon "Many ,people think that :solU. aro all, be." :.10 part,I//>y In kind. .........,

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Mr. and Mrs, Ry seirNprmdni "
I Mr. and Mrs..Mark Trimpey and Mr. and Mrs Douglas Anderson of ,
i%: : : : *on of Tampa were visiting her Savannah, Ga. weekend'gucsfs ,
'J'I; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palniei*.'Sr
An'I1'"i .
Celebrate Golden l ; II: ;,. .r ; over the weekend. at Kingsley Lake. ,
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Mr and Mrs. A. Russell Norman All friends\ aind. relatives are>Jn-
will celebrate the 50th anniversary ,;viled to atte <*- PlNEHURST
of their wedding with a reception at .' Your friendship Is a cherished Sift '
the Starke Woman'Club on' Friday, they request no other gifts. GROCERY & VARIETY v
) i Sept 21, from 7 to 9 p.o. .. I
\ 1000 S. Water Street (Hwy 100 S.) I

Starke Womqn Club 964.5581FABRIC '' .I

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Meeting Sept. 1; '2 : SALE I

The 1984-85 year of the Starke brought to a vote.Cochairing .
Woman's Club will begin on Wednesday this event are Mrs. : 25 % OFF ':'
Sept. 12, with the regular monthly b.W. Whiffen, and Mrs. Myldred l, '' ,' .
luncheon, held at the club .!at Cuttino. Hostesses are: Mrs. J.W. '. ,
tt, k noon. Griffin, Mrs. Carole Hurley, Mrs. '
This will be a business meeting only C.E. O'Steen, Mrs. Carolyn '
with the newly revised ByLawsthe Reynolds, Mrs. L.O. Rudd, Mrs. R. : 25% Off JEANS" ;
subject of the meeting. Each St. John, Mrs. F.A. Siddons, Miss
member should have received a .Lillian Stump,and Mrs. WH..Thom. .
copy of these proposed By-Laws ap WESTERN SHIRTS
Muriel Silcox and Rustteil Norman picture taken by Hoover Studio on proximately three weeks prior to son.All members'are urged to attend ,
Friday, Sept. 21, 1934. for their wedding announcement. this meeting; following discussion, this very important meeting. ENTIRE: STOCK
; and/or amendments, they( will be
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I LADIES BLOUSES Buy 1

.. To Junior Moot Woman's yCUbSociaiSideOf", News! AT REGULAR PRICE AND GET THE

SECOND BLOUSE FOR 99C'VISA
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The Starke Junior Woman's Club \ .
will meet Monday, Sept. 10, at 7:30'. -Club News Gladys Mooty, y WeddingsReceptions
ffp-mfat'theclnHhc'ise., ;,< ;,- -NoticesChurch, Social Editor .
\ W J Items 964-7608 ..:.:,Parties nr MASTER CARD

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I .Altar, Society:Planning Bazaar,Nov. 2 ; Notice Of Budget Hearing 1

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;:> Mrs: Joe Gissy hosted a covered care during August.. Carol Ashline to be held in St.Edward's parish hall ,
dish dinner at her home on Tuesday and Mrs. Coss volunteered for this Nov. 8 were also held. ,
;'night, Aug. 28; for St. Edward's, work in September.Plans ,
:Altar Society. for the St. Edward's Bazaarto
',' The food tables were covered with be held on Nov. 2 were given by
white'and yellow lace edged cloths. Sallye Scoggins Parish work days The Starke has tentatively adopted
of a
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'Arrangements of fresh flowers and are planned to complete arts and 1 City, .
English'?ivy centered. the. [ tables In 'crafts items. .Beside the white ., '
V the Florida room. elephant booth, raffle, and oMBtREMEMBER budget for 1984 A public hearing to make a FINAL
*j Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly, president homemade food goods it is plannedto
?presided at the meeting attended by Serve breakfast, lunch and supper
,' some 20 members. that day. DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on
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f Altar Chairman Toni! Coss announced i 1
6! that Dorothy Rife,. kaqRichards Discussion of plans of the Fall Grandparents Day
: 11th at Starke Hall 7:30
1 and Kitty Chism had altar- meeting of the Gainesville Deanery September City' pm.,
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.t. i Sunday, Sept. 9

II "; Coming p., .

I Marks Women Methodist'Church Highway 301 .
St.
North of Starke will host a benefit
To Meet Sept.. 11 sing Saturday, Sept. 8. Supper For All You Public' Notice
begins 5:30 p.m. The sing begins
; The Women of St. Mark's will at 7:30.Featured: 1 Gator FansSilk ,
meet Tuesday, Sept. 11', at 7:30 p.m. singers will be the
in the Parish House. Gospel Sounds and the End Time Football Mum '
Is welcome to attend Notice of
Everyone
Singers. Budget Hearingki '
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'I'Parents Association Mtg. Corsages 5 p : I :

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; t'nUJQ\a' >ocialim 1.01f C tllliJtot JIoL..1'r ""' .I'Ij wlt\'r.a:...",: d.''" : its' ts) .
:: the llth Jl'ade-class'of'BHSwift""iff'7. ..,.... : '. .
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'hold a meeting Tuesday night,Sept. .' ,
U, at 7:301n Mrs. McNealy's room. TheCity; of Starke has tentatively adopted a budgetfor
All participants are urged to at-
tend. 964-4956 Fiscal ''Year 1985. A public hearing to make a FINAL

Pleasant Hope Full Service? Florist dECISION on the budget' will be held on September 11 i
Benefit Sing .
Hwy 100 E. Starke. Fl
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Pleasant Hope Congregational 1984 at Starke pity Hall at 7:30'p.. The following is a ;

--- I summary !of The City, 'of .Starke Budget for' the. Fiscal \
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Year Ending September: 30, 1985. ?' l t

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HearingThe ""
Notice of Budget. /. !
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A I, '1Total of Federal! Revenue ,
for 198485. Category
budget
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of Brooker has tentatively \
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AND TAXES 'l. 'I' ; 'J' ;; "" \ d'r, 'AII. Funds Sharing'Funds I
the budget ,
public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on I '
11 at 7:00 Brooker City'Hall? (
will be held on September p.m.
,:,:) trl" ," ; lj, ;., : ;,.1; .: .. \ i. w-,. Revenue '" ;/.;; ,"i+:' )

," :, '.I, ,," {,...., General Fund ::" '1,085,252 t

'. :'", j .. ''o"I\ :[' ':.P ",' : 7' Self Insurance 46,000 t
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REVENUES .' : Transportation: Trust ;;,:,. .161,000 I
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State Revenue Sharing (Incls Cig and Gas. ) ...' . ,, .. : .. '.':-. ,'33,080.00' Internal Service Fund. :"':t,: 164,865 ;
', "' :'l t, .. .-.. . j."v .- 1515.00 Federal Reyenue, Sharing ;,-. :; I 841611' 84,611
Advalorum I Taxes .' .. < X Vf, : : . : ;\ t

Occuptional'Tax, Beverage Lie . '., . .. . . ,- .,. 350.00 Utility System Revenue Fund; :;v1T! ;;f:.

.. .:.' '. '.' 630.00, Including Revenual &. Replacement! .. 5.516,640, )
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Mobile Home Lie. Building Permits, .' : .. ; ... ,. ', 'J

Fines, Bonds ,. '.,' . '. .,. 'r, ; -' .' : : .. .; .?. .'V/ 11 1'; ,' ''fe 1$'. ,1 tTotal : ,

Sanitation. Fees .. ':, .';. v.,; "f.-' : ':>' -. -v. '. ./>; "' ,. 5,000.00 Revenue Including l' i Transfers'., ',,( vjfti'TY fi'I// 7.058.368 84.611 ,,
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Water Collections. .o: (; :: :;:,.' % f: il i!'r. .I4t,.. \ ../ ,,, : I
"\' ':. t i'' Fay ."' ..--. -. .. 1,300"00 '' .. .- ',' ,
Revenue Sharing ., ..* ... >,/ .. .. :,"J.vr: ;j' '\ '" / Expenditures; .. "'V; '\ ', 'k' ;, .. : ,

Bradford County Recreation Funds ; ,. ,. '. : .. .*, (> .;. ., <.. *_. .. .- 500.00 General. Fund *, ; .fAdministrative \,,,...,J' t,. g!

Bradford County Fire Dept. Funds .,:v;..;.;''I: ... -. ., '*.' /,<. ,<, .?'t. *, . :;; 01'* 1200! .00, : ., '. ,' \:., ..j :252,355 ... 19,625;
." .. ." '.'". ,.. .". )"",' :. ,.j J'".\ .''ii 'r"l ,500.00 '/ '* '", 'l \'{r. I '
.181.954
Miscellaneous ...o t.; 1 .t. ,, 1 .*'* ,. 1 i I 'fire ,' > / ;it> '" tt
.:,. '. .;;f. '. ,' '. 8750.00 f. '' ". \' '\0 '\ !
.. ._ .'.1 . : : ; : Police : it'V" 384,957 .
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!TJfSSto'Keeper. ; ". .f.'J i' i!...s: ,'$.ffl. :,tft.. ..vu.. .,. '.:h., 'r ,: i 1350,00One ; Recreation ,' ,..I":f1"" J '112,615 ... '.,',. ::1 j
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half cent sales I tax\ ,I. ." *,,.;%,;.>..... :--y-: ," V-y-:. ; ,Jt'h. .'\ 'J[..I ,;' ."709500! Sanitation. & Trash, ,'" t, '.,, ,, '. '173,371' 1,085,252,, :, 16,783' ]

interestWdm.m./.t.) :,!'r.' .'. .'. ,, ? .:'; .- .. i: : I.. ai., Jft'T w. 3500.00 Self'Insurance : : 46,000'. \ ,' t .

.From'. .Fund' Balance I ..., .. .':; ;; .,'. ." .,'.''. ., .,,. g. ,.,:r'.f.tM'V':>' -". ... ,i'vb5\ lJiHVv ,Transportation '''trust '' t'I''," ..tt1' :!r jo1"I"M' ''j}," ,' 161,000 18,100Internal t
.; 'i\'r: ,, > ;." ..;.' -, i.j 1\ 81,707.00 '. } .
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; Revenue& {
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1' Fx'24,924,00
Water . .. < "' .. 'j.'1": ',",,,.'.-:. .. .s .o'. ":, :. '., ,, .. :.. I'' .. .. .an1. ." n" '1. 11.

:-" General dministratl'en, .'. .. ..-v" .' ff':' t i'j; '1 G' >,,";r f. A I! M.j'" Y' : 1,310.00 Total Expenditures Including Transfers, S 7.058,368( $ 84,611; ,

.,- Streets and Reads .i i. '. t '.. .,* ?>,,1. .. .' -." Iirl" ;*.;'.',.,,.' *>*'*'
. . : : : 1.600.09
"' Recreailoii . : /; '
and x '
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Parks ; 7880.00 'The meeting will be held for the' purpose of discussion on the proposed
Sanitation Department i ", r ,, k. '. :'r i "'IJ. .''. ? '' ,f.. Eton.. ;.; ; (rLVi'1[ ; I examined at CItY' HaN .4 ,
'I' .', ,";' 'I5'58800'' budget,: The proposed: tentative I budget.may be weekdays : : ,
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;4 i: Fire Dopartmoirt :" <, -. ;- J I'. '.,406.00 "between the hours of 8 am Md 5 pm daily. All interested citizens wM have. op'
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World Mission Conff. -

Did You Know .., --- --
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t Mrs.Eloise Starling and daughter
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J Hope Baptist Church, located p Mr. and Mrs.: David Montgomery Mr."and" Mrs.' Del H, C. Griffis and Julie spent' Friday to Monday with
I eight miles South of Starke on I and family spent the weekend at family of Orlando Were Sunday overt Rev and Mrs. Alton Dobbs in
1 sion Highway Conference 100 will bald a World Mis- their camp on the Suwannee River. night guests of his parents, Mr. and Jacksonville.
beginning Sunday Mrs. Gerald D. Griffis, at Kingsley
r evening, Sept lei Missionaries to Mrs. Mack Williams of Starke. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of
i, Scotland, Austria, and England will i Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams, Jr. of Merritt Island were visiting his
:,' present their work each night 4w r1 Sylacauga, Ala., Mrs Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Black cf St. mother Mrs. L.H. Gibson, over' the
M through Wednesday, Sept. 19. Glisson and daughter of:Greenville, Petersburg, Mrs. Jane Ward of weekend. \
fJ" Dr. James Ray, Director of European S.C. and Mrs. Ann Godwin and Cocoa Beach and Barry Ward of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jackson and
" I Missions for Baptist International daughter,Jana, of Gainesville spent Merritt Island were weekend guestsof son and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morgan
also be Missions guest speaker., Inc. (BIMI Rev.), E.L.I will. Friday to Monday at Vilano Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty. spent the weekend at,Crystal River.cr .

I Bradley and the members of Hope
would like to extend a cordial invitation -
: to you to come and learn more v4EROBICSr

1 about fields. God's work in these foreign '___ G : !: Get In The Shape of Your Life!

Services will begin at 7:30 r
,,j I! p.m. .i : ,, ; Classes Begin September 17, & 18

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Did You Know _ KEYSTONE STARKEM ,

.j M&W T&TH &W ',., 'I,'

Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren ( 9:30 5:30 615 '
were t am : pm ; pm
July 28 to Sept. 1 in Europe
I they visited their son and daughter- 10:45: am*' (KeystoneWoman's T & TH

in-law, Mjr. and Mrs. John Warrenin 4:00: pm Club 4:00; pm
Heidelberg, Germany, and they
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all toured Switzerland, Austria, ',r 6:00: pm For Beginners (St. Mark'sEpis.

Greece, Italy and France. oep 7:30: pm & Seniors church hall,
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Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brian and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks visited Sea
World on Sunday. Register at class or call 473-3784
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Aerobics, 'Inc.
J Mrs. Barbara Henderson of Rhythmic
Gainesville and Mrs. Alice Hopkins _
Mrs. Ethel Clemons, and Mr. anaMrs. u 8 Weeks30
Gene Norman ofStarke toured
the Smoky Mountains the long Unlimited Attendance
over .
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I DM bits fawgU McFtttM
weekend. _
v at or all classes
,any, ,,

August 28 Duplicate Bridge Club t' . .. .'
results are: first-Yvonne Reichmanand _,
Aline Brew; second Rhea i' ,
Johnson and Lori Francis (all four Something for Everyone... Notice Of Budget.Hearing (
Heights third -
are from Keystone ;
There was something for at the Political
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnette of Lake last everyone Rally In Theresa
Friday night.
Above, Jan McRae catches her son Jeremy as he comes down the slide .*" !
City.Mr. at the Community Center In Theressa during the rally. U
and Mrs. Gary Brewer and : I'
Some 200 people attended the rally and nothing new was presented.
sons spent Aug. 31-Sept. 3 at Disney
World. On Sept.'1, they attended the The CITY OF LAWTEY has tentatively adopted a I
UF/Miami game in Tampa.

Tom Nobles of Tallahassee was THANK YOU budget for: 1984. A public hearing to make -FINAL
last Friday visitor of his uncle and

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland. ., ". \" ,11'I1''xt" .! DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on |

Douglas Seymour of Miami was ., .
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home lor the long weekend and Hal '* '.. September: ; 11th at 7:30 Lawtey City Hall. '
Seymour of Gainesville joined the ( ; p.m. ,: ,
family on Sunday. "" <"
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( Franco Rota'of Camisano, Italy,
and Jean Louis Sanchez of Modena,
Italy, were.weekend guests of Mr. BUDGET' 198485GENERAL "
and Mrs. William S. Peters at ,' ,
Kingsley Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lachut of .
Holiday, Fla. were Friday overnight "
\ guests of their cousin, Mrs. Flossie '4!
Prescott. ., y .
I' ,1 RECEIPTS .: .
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1 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish of Pen-
sacola to .j' ; ," .
1 were Friday Monday To The Voters "
t;, guests of their mother, Mrs. P.D. !at State Revenue Sharing .. .. . . !/, .'. '. ", ;. .tAJ. ., '.34.000, .,
Reddish, and family. 5x3 .;,( : \itt iy J** 171
.' >; ) t ,,,,,,,\1/2, 9ale. $ T8 W' ':' ,', < .,, !I Ji1JJIJt.: ; 'I 'h 1 05110'; II
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Mr. and Mrs. TOmmy'Boyd' of" > .; : : *"' ",',80 Io.IIl 9f.
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: Atlanta spent the weekend with Mr. voted and supported me during the* First t A Property Tax ,;i''.'' .'' . : l. .viVl" .\. ff. . . . ; e.e /: .. 4ouO'r j

y I and Mrs. A.S. Harrison, Sr. Primary. 1 Clgrette Tax . . : . .- ". . . .. .. . . 4,000

Fines and Forefitures . . . . . . . . 45,000''
Friends of Carmen Eaves will be '

glad to know she is getting along Mobile,,Homes ,. . .' . ': ,, .'. . . ., . .' : ., .. 600
I will need continued and
nicely and greatly improved in your : support '' I
Humana Hospital in Orange Park help in the Second Primary. Occupational . .: . . : Yo . . . . .' 600
where she has been in intensive care Florida Power 4 Light Franchise .
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following an automobile accident
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two weeks ago. When she was taken Homer F. Hart (to be transferred to- water) /.<\>:. .' .' :. r. .'.' .. .. 13,000
out of the recovery room and put intoa
private room, her tracking apparatus Utility Tax ,

( balloons was, compliments covered with of colored the Candidate for Election '. : ',(to be transferred to water) '. v* :> .#. . .. . 14,000Interest

1;I hospital. Co. Comm. Dist. 5 Income '. .' '. . .. jJ& &: ?.4.l." ,.;;'. ,,I c.i.t.. '''. .' 6,000

\ PO POL ADV -i Roads and Bridges 4* Sales Tax Included .'. .. ."., ..' . .. 13,000

t Mr. and Mrs. ''Louis T. Young Qualifying Fees .. . i i,. .. . ". . ..,,. .,, ;,, ,. t .60

i sight returned seeing last Friday trip through after Mi-weeks the west Beverage License '. .' ,. ... ..-. v, "i. ., .. .. .'.,i,,. .. .. .'. .' '. 120

and spent 10 days with their Services Back Hoe, Mowing Ditch Digging . . '. . 600
daughter, Mrs. Linda Szehner and
children in Stockton, Calif. Building & Zoning . i '. .. : . .. i. :. .:. .. .. 300

Mr. and Mrs. Wade Winkler spent Carry over from General . i .. . .- ". . :,' 13,000 1
the weekend with Mr.and Mrs.Doug l ,.
Reddish in Tallahassee and attendedthe ,

FSU/ECU game on Saturday. I ,Federal Revenue Sharing .,. .:. 'p. .' .i... .,: .', ., "r' .:." '.'*.':': 7,000 'I'

I Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire has returned Carry over from Revenue Sharing: ,.;:. .,. '. . ; .. /,. vr V, .3,000 ,
after three weeks visit with her ; :: A
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike I,.. "
Goldwire ( :, !, "''," ;. )
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Fort Lauderdale. '
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Aetna Insurance Co, in Hartford, ", .. Administrative ., ? . . ,, -. .< ,.. '. ; ?, .. ., ; .. 9,715 i
Conn. ,
>"az Pence ,. i .' .. t'.j>, . t . :'.':". .' >.. : e .. .- ,. .':;. 44,779.,. ;

Donald and Gary and Jimmy and Barry Gissy Martin of Orlando of- :"; Streets & Sanitation, I .. ,, ,i; .". '.'..." .. ,.."I'. V/w.( ;' \ ,.", ,..,4,392. ,

Macon, Ga. were weekend guests of /y UinlucS+ .' . : ; ; I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy. .fjI" f ,.f.S. i .-. fi'j.t.'m' ":* ',. t-* *:. .* 'UOuO, ,
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,Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas attended -, ... ? "*"'* !
the Frederick/Swain wed- Miscellaneous . . ., .. .. /< -.7/1.. K.V'l: ,. IfV/'J-, 5763'; ;
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Jack Eaves, David Bennett and 11{ '. water"! ,V"! Tiili|'.t"Jf.liC: ".'!'("(<>),'ij''" ',.* -'
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f Edward Green of Starke members ", .* i.J. ;. .. .
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returned Sunday n "
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training In South Korea.BradfordUnion Election tibtcii Transferred. to water, ,. (... . i?.;;.'.., ..: .Viifi' ; 1 hiCeoo"Capital '
track
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Club had a kickoff: party Saturday ,
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: at 2 p.m. at the home of Dr..Jean Cable News Network ia your link to I .'" '.. \ "

i ,Miindy in Tallahassee to start off the Bern '94.Watch Don Farr ; f Federal Revenue Sharing ."' .. \, :. .,"J.\\ ,
football Those attendingfrom ,
season. Shaw. .j
Alice ,
Mary
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here were: Keith and Linda j
Williams and othernattonal a, t ." "
Gillingham Bob fcnd Carol Milner ; ii, :;
Terry Vaughn and Jenifer Nix, correspondents on '11':,,. sc Government ,-. .'.'. :I.'M > .. .'.. .. 2,703
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ELECTION WATCH exclusively { : :
and Gene Gordon, Bob : ,;
Sherry Woodall, Mike and Nancy Denton on CNN J"":,.' :'I, 1 R--a ; ',. .1,(. .. -v 'q,. ,.:, ., ''i',' ,,.-' :- fUttfe "1 1.1eI
along with 24-hours Rf'y; / '; :
and children and Mike and Becky ;)y 840.0 RecreaHen5M.WI. v'v"i ;
Reddish and children. news, sports,weather Q I", League ,, ;.vv f/i.:.;.. ;,::; : 1,348: "
k features and more. ,, t:,';;;! f'"nwic Health, 01 safety M . :<'''..'*'.'.'.'.''."' vi,.u ,*' *''.'.".".\-''.','.'. .w". *, '"* ,.''. .' r 3,888.Mv j

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.Hampton Hilites -----------,---- -------------0-. ------------_... .---------------- Community
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:. !, .... schooling at Georgetown University Jo Langf ; and Todd ofFer Mowry of Hampton,Va.,are the proud New f;;7
$:#St! bvy Dolores Meng x Grlatitide... Washington, DC, (/ '.'L';.! !* a, Bob and Kathy Langfoi-d! ,;: parents Of their son pale; Allen, ','
.(t':> phone 468-1913 1.itd 'Randy's cousin,who spent severra i w !miny of Jacksonville.' born Miy 5 weighing 7 lbs. 4 02.
Hampton 'Woman's Club weeks with him this Tom- Paternal by Elizabeth Walkerphone
summer grandparents are
PTA Open House... wishes to thank all who( donated to my Aromen of Plainfield, Conn., has Meng Reunion... Richard and Joan Mowry of Hampton 864-6883

"''Th Hampton Elementary PTA last their bake sale The held in the City Hall entered Aviation School at Daytona Among relatives spending the Fla. Paternal great grand- Church: News...
Saturday. amount to$189.13was
will meet on Thursday night,Sept.6, Beach. Labor Day weekend with Mr. and parents are Mr. and Mrs. ".C.
realized.This will go toward the Mrs. Paul Howell of Panama Mt. Calvary Baptist Church: The
a\{7:30 p.m. Parents will have an Meng were Phyllis Mc- City.
opportunity -
Donny Lott building fund. Donny Mattheus Reunion...
to meet teachers and visit Clure, Ryan and Kasey of Tampa, Maternal grandparents are Mr. Gospel Harmonies of Lake City will
classrooms. had started building a new home for Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mattheus at- Marine Lance Cpl. John and Karen and Mrs. Herbert Arolt of Fort present a program in, songs at
his family before his sudden illness. tended the Mattheus reunion held at and baby daughter Stephanie Mengof Lauderdale. Calvary Baptist Church Sunday,
Bloodmobile... Hart New Bern N.C. and Sept. 9, at 7:30: p.m. Rev.'"Alphonso
Hospitalized... Springs near Trenton on Sept. Joe and Deb- Home for .
Labor .
.5\The., Civitan Bloodmobile will 3. Among relatives spending the bie Meng of Thomasvllle, Ga. Other Day. Jenkins, pastor Sponsored by
''':serve this'area on Thursday Sept. Mrs. Belle Brown is a patient at weekend with Bud and Louise and family members living closer to E-3 Greg Mowry who is with the Deacon Hampton. i
i,, 13,from 8:30: a.m. until 10 a.mt' the Bradford Hospital, Inc. also attending the reunion were home joined the group for good ,Air Force In Panama City spent Fri- Greater Allen tha'pet1ijA.M.gChurch |(
,;, General Services Warehouse Donny Ixrtt is in improved condi- Marcus and Cecile Lanier, Pam and gating and fun. day.to Tuesday.visiting his parents : The annual Women's Day
on tion at Alachua General Hospital in will be.observed Sunday..$ept. 9, at
V South 301 Scott Wilson and Kenny of West Mr and Mrs Richard Mowry ana
at the; then Starke from Chamber 10:30 a.m.of Com-to 6p.m. Gainesville. His room number is 542. Palm Beach; Cindy Lanier of Montgomery ..New. Arrival..,, .family. His mother returned to 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. All members are

: ,!!:,merge. Back to School... Alabama with her friend.. .,M, ,3), Dale Allen Mowry Panama City with him to visit her. asked to cooperate wUi this activity.
Randv Allen,of Daytona Beach: Ralph ana ,:< Airman Michael and Barbara "parents Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Howell The public is invited;. '
Parado .
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; AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG.STORE

by Elizabeth Terry
phone 782-3300

Church Activities.. .. ,
J. .
Grace' United Methodist Church
will have a weiner roast at the

church Saturday, Sept. 8, at 6 p.m.
&Everyone is invited.
iti Grace United Methodist Church
'i will have a yard sale at.the church
t Sept.; 8, 9 a.m. til ???

: Personals...

Mr. and Mrs. Moody Collins and a- r

(family of Jacksonville spent a few .
days with their parents, Mr.. and L'OREAL BABY ";
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Mrs. Don Graves. i119
'-: Mrs. Mary Green and son attended > _Ask I NAIL MAGIC .::. '_.l-_ '_ '
their aunt Mrs.Sadie ; I ii
; Franklin's COLOR BATH orLOTION "
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funeral;Tampa. on Wednesday, Aug. 29, in What's New? MO.MSHIONCHADtS 230 .e-oz. "va ,[I) : p

and bdwII .
i Mrs.
Mr. Benton Futch of YOURCHOICIIf" ,
Graceville spent Labor Day 59 ..,
'weekend in Starke. They visited yB SILHOUETTES
their aunt Miss Elizabeth Eckerd Pharmacists stock the,I -
and their brother and sister-in-law Terry, latest In health-related products.' l a Limit 2 please o MAXIPADS

,Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Futch,on Satur
'day afternoon. 339sox9P96
After several days,Miss Elizabeth
Terry called her nephew, Terry
Futch and family Wednesday Aug.
29: They are fine: he Is back with Lil
Champ store three'blocks from iGiette
home.Qoys are doing good in school.
Mrs. Joyce Bennett and her
daughter, Mrs, Diane Perez and
children, of Bristol, Tenn., visited -:--
relatives here for a few days.
,' PFC Floyd Harris of Fort Carson,
Colo., arrived Monday for two weeks
visit with his .
parents. ,....
Mrs. Pauline O'Toole 'of Los
Angeles Calif., and Miss Cheri
Redgrave of Houston, Texas, arrived .
GOOD NEWSlDISPOSABLE I
Saturday to spend some time with /j ENTIRE STOCK OF
DIAL BATH
their mother and grandmother, Mrs PEPSI. DIET PEPSI ENTIRE STOCK OF CHARLESWOODFURNITURE 'I
O.J-; Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ADVIL RAZORS PEPSI FREE Or SIZE SOAP NO NONSENSE .
Jenkins of Hilliard and Scotty and PAIN RELIEF PlVOTINGOr.IGULM.NTAIN DEW I-OZ.IIAItl
Michael Anders were. their Sunday IMTAILITS PACKOPS 2-LITBR PANTY HOSE MO."... M.99

dinner. Jenny guests.and Joey Boch ,of : 3/100/ 25,% OFF 30% 'OFF
Gainesville 459
spent the long weekend 99umlt2 REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE
with their grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Selection vary.
may
Boch, and great@"andmother, Mrs. Limit 5 bars
Nellie, VUtJtitoftf; .Their .P tents. \ .
4 fiwne!: for o01e ii Q on Labor Day.
SJWrs. WSfcy Thomas of Live Oak
spent Thursday with her mother, HEFTY GOTTA ERA EftMATE SHOP rr
Mrs. Fred Moore. While here they F Fso
ERASABLE
visited Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards in TRASH BAGS LIGHT? ANYONE'SAD

Whispering Pines Nursing. Home of .1S-CALLON or DISPOSABLE PEN ATECKERD
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Starke. JO.SO-CAL1ON LIGHTERS
Carla and Erica Sheering of ftgt.to lass .49*aacn ,
Jacksonville spent Labor Day' YOUR CHOICI 3 FOR/ &- _
weekend with their great grandmother F We meet all OPLAWN

' Mrs. B.L. Wilkison,'Sr. locally advertised .
FURNITUREprices
,Mrs. Carolyn King and daughters, 4
Stephany and Tiffany.of Jacksonville on GENERAL ELECTRICCOOLERS"-BAR.BoO GRILLS PICNIC JUGS
spent Sunday with their grand. Identicalmerchandise.
STEAM/DRY IRON
parents Mr.and Mrs B.L. Wilkison T
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Jr mos 30 % OFF
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'Mr. and Mrs. David Denmark of H _2 j J Bring In current'1588 ug iio REGULAR PRICE

Gainesville were Saturday over ads & seel handle. selection may vary,
night guests of their grandmother,
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Mrs. Lois Carter. /hI0 h h"u"U Z' "IWh'< ',W "h"'p hh h.U/ % %' '. Wfff1' ?PSffffNS A
Mrs. Martha Futch was a Sunday "'",m ...., ...... "" 0.00.;".."" w W$'M! /J ", /., "."'"'," .." ,.. .... ... ." .P", / .? IN II

Mrs.dinner'Willie guest Green.of her parents Mr.. and. AQUAMARINE ENTIRESTOCXOF LIFESAVERS I DAIWA GENERAL ELECTRIC j. .
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orvos ALMAY ROLL CANDY JUPITER SERIES SLIMLINE
:Mr. and Mrs. 'Tommy Wise and J .
daughter, Whitney Rae, were Sun ?SHAMPOO or HYPD-AILERGENICA9SORTIaIUroR1 SPINNING CASSETTE ,
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day dinner guests of his parents, Mr. 'CONDITIONER1SCJL MAKE UP Rp.ss-. "COMBO.RECORDER' z J1. I
and Mrs Ralph Wise. ? ,C 4 ROLLS/ J111212GO ACIDC"SoI01411S:
200/ Ip.ias9 Rp.7/.IK: I.y

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:' School OFF 199 OUASARl1NIVERSAL

i t. REG. PRICI 6 pushbutton TWO-PIECE /

;'.. Lunch Menus ILW-nIIS b selectlonmay PLANTERS operation. TELEPHONE

kp.. Bradford County Middle.School vary. DRY ROASTED 'XMoel'
and all elementary schools ., CASHEWS or ,, 988

Monday Sept. !.: Sloppy Joe on Bun bitten. F-0iTACH.OS'. t
corn peachef cookie milk. .J', CHLOR-TRIMETON STP SON 0..A GUNI Last number redlal.
:' Tunday, Scot, lit Hambrger'xrovy, "matinpotato 8924TAILITI LIP QUENCHER"t.. .ass a 1-01.e..srs' sorry.. no ralncheckS.
**,fruit J.Uo,cinnamon roll.milk. 1 LIPSTICK 77 ilia
2.29 silk.
SrWedne.dayeepi1t Cuban undwich. hen
Meg,cabbage ..,chocolate pudding,milk. a*.2.79 '-LOO
;;LTkurtday.. ...... U Tuna salad' on lelUw : :
: ultlnm,gram beam.,applesauce, brownie,mil LANACORTCREMC "To 199 ihJ Limit 2 please : .:
.. GALAXY :3SPEEDOSCILLATING
; Frld.)'. Mt Plua.aalad. peach criap b ;
? folia, milk" %-ot. _s= FAN
;.. Bradford County High School 79 N3131" BASF PERFORMANCE

': .'Monday,Sept. Mi Chicken Noodltt, peanut tHtor POND'S RENUZIT .3199 Sale Price STACKETTE
I Jelly sandwich, cabbage. .elaw, (roll cu ? SOLID AIR FLAIR .. Wlttl S.90MIN.CAssrm .
milk CREAM ft FRESHENS ULTRA-FIN! 5.DO Mail-In Rebate TAPIS
BREEZE
SEA
Tuesday. Sept. Hi Sloppy Joe on Bun, button 'rCOLLAGEN Of 7.s-oz.
corn.peachy,coofclea,milk.. ,'-. FACIAL I CREAM w' PENS, 26.99 Y.ICott ,
ft COCOA ;
*. 499
'WMlneMlay. Sept. Ill Plua kauu peach trip'I 2COLQK3 '
SCRUB or 59 quiet operation.
I hot rolls, milk. a BUTTER LOTION 09 Whisper.
'no..II)' Sept.Mr Tuna.....d on lettuce,laltli CLEANSER4OZ. tvoz. /
) crackera.: green bean*\ cherry cobbler cak.; FOR e
/frozen fruit bar,milk., f '" "'
: rrlday Sept. 14?Cuban wndwlch'french! : : Me 1 \ e
spear halvea. ,cookie milk. :..j.t E1 i /
| ALA-CARTE. ENTIRE STOCK OF
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I" .n. CRAYOLA
f M.ad.y-Hamburgera,. plan, ?.trench.,(riei I ..ANTIH"'ICc.oz.1.29-. > : RAIDINS1CTICIM6 MARKERS Om' 1l :
0 milkshake LOOFAH" ,
5T..eaday-rrench'frle.. mllkahakea, -pint' PACK OPSVOUKCNOICI
'GItI.D: SPONGES 00
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'cheeeebwgen.4WNlaesd.y.lJamburgmh a w a 9
f pliia french frletfl I I NATURAL 20%; '.1 I B$ .> NORTHERN 1 '
t milkshake trench' 'rrliimilkahake. ALPHA .. 1 ,, REO.SCE yoo. LIGHTED MIRROR IPHOTOENLARGEMENT'
1 Taaraday-Cheeaeburgeri. ,'r, Ant& Roach. Flying WttJl DISICNS rRAMB
,piraa.\! OFF 1104
a 1 Frldar-PUia. trench trie. .', hamburger. ) ,VITAMIN E. insect, Flea Killer, Broador from your ncgatlva or slide.
/mllkahakea, 100-*.MO LU, -U' REGULAR PRICE '.f"' & morel S7S.t:t: fine point 1999 I a a 10"MM o.aerrs pmaa 3.
It,. ALA 1 coupon QoodnuuSata.St,5n. '
$: fZ'.v 499 nareure '?' ; Dual magnifications.. ICOde teal

.i,::Tommy Johns II

} Returns fronVpepldyment.to .

) tee,:, OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 9 to 6. sale Prices good thru. sat:.S |K..8th
1 Marine Cpl. Tommy L..Johns.ir, THE RIGHT TO LIMIT OUANTITIESw
7 WB RESERVE
.r. son recently! of Jackie.returned Johns from of a Starke deployment ., FOR A GOOD LOOK CHOOSE

"I, to Kadena Air Bas,,Okinawa, ECKERD'S' SYSTEM 2_ .

/VJipan. "" inember.of. ,' : Bradford f Sq. Shopping Center '
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MarineVAlr .
I w; He1' Is a.1:crew ,;
Group-IS Kadena Support FOR KODAK ? ';:; 831 S. MrutSttwlChtrHlfl t Stark ., ..

&. Detachment?.Marine Corps Alr sta' .,.' .. ',. 1:. ,1'w, ..,' QI.J: : ,. .." ,.'
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sUpport I r'Marine)Ftlllhtef"\Attach :'.u ,...Af .\ ', ....' "
Squadron ,312,., .which( .was. also '1'>, '\\<'1't, \ ".1' ; \'. :...' i .,
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I All School Employees Get 4i6 Percent .Across-the-Board RaisesThe I 'II

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same 4.6 percent salary In- In other action Monday night, Ing one job, getting the money, then Davis Smith that he was to meet .Approved contracts for new risk presentations from other firms. The i
crease offered teachers was approved Aug. 20, the school board: ordering material for another job. Tuesday morning with engineer management services and a teacher agreement calls for$600 per month k 'i
for administrative and non. The carpet meets state fire code Jerome Kelley to go over rough education center with the North plus hourly rates of: attorney Jim
Instructional employees Monday specifications, Casey said. preliminary plans for the $250,000 Florida Regional Education Consor- Tomlinson, $75 per hour; Terry
night, Aug. 20, by the Bradford Retained 20 percent of a $16,209 commercial truck driving range to tium based in Putnam County. Brown, $50 per hour and Johnny : '
School Board. carpet payment at Southside Got five bids on the swill from be constructed just inside the west Hobbs,$40 per hour. I"
It puts those employees a step Elementary to pay for pay for errors school cafeterias, and awarded it to boundary of Camp Blanding. The Approved a cooperative agree- .
ahead of the teachers, whose pay. found in the job.The board awardeda the highest bidder Carl Cone school district has a state grant to ment with the University of Floridafor Approved an agreement with G
benefit package wasn't on the agen- $48,000 bid,to have 54 elementary build the driving range. diagnostic and training programfor Alachua County to bus 8 handicapped I
da Monday night since the teachers classrooms carpeted. .Turned over two bids to repave students with special learning or students to that county which offers J
themselves have not yet approvedthe Board member Judy Becker and widen the high school track to Was told by Supt. Casey and behavorial problems. programs not offered in Bradford ;
package. The bargaining teamsof pointed out seams are unraveling at architect Dompe. One bid was from plans for portable classrooms have t!
the Bradford Education Association Lawtey Elementary.. Architect Al Watson Construction Co. for $19,719 been received from architect Don Renewed the board's contract
and School Board have agreedon Dompe presented a list of items to be base bid plus! $2,000 to put a new baseon Morgan and forwarded to Lawtey with the legal firm of Tomlinson and Set a basic fee of 22 cents per I
the teacher package, but it must corrected at SS. Principal Wayne the edges of the track The other Correctional Institution where, in- Brown to be the school board attorney hour for adult students in the vo-tech >'
also be approved by a vote of all McLeod said the carpet layer has bid was from Keystone, Paving, mates will build the classrooms center,as required by state law.
teachers, and probably won't be now shown up at Starke Elemen which offered to do the work for "What we're"fixing to do is kill out
presented to the school board until tary. Operations Director Registerwas $6,000 if the school board buys the 'Approved purchase of three new Received a contract applicationfrom vo-tech school, said board member t
I after that happens. critical of the carpet laying job. material at an estimated$11,500. 66-passenger diesel school buses the firm of Davis, Monk & J.T.Parrish.
i Teachers were to meet Wednesday Supt, Tom Casey said the job was during the new school year at a cost Farnsworth to be auditor of internal "Well, they did it for us," said
I package.afternoon, Aug. 22, to considerthe bid low, and the contractor was do- Was told bv Vo-Tech Director of$2:>,000 each. accounts The board asked for Supt. Case" j

Non-instructional (N-I) personnelwill
get a 4.6 percent increase in
each category of their hourly wage, -
which ranges from$4.88 to$11.12 per Presenting An Exclusive Offer On Beautiful,
hour, will jump up one year in experience -
plus the N-I employee will
receive the same Increase in Social Ascot Fine Porcelain China

Security and retirement benefits,
and $83 per month in health In- *
SETTING
surance benefits A beginning 3-PIECE PLACE

teacher aide, for instance, will earn :i
$5.40 per hour.Administrators. I

percentage but higher get salaries the mean same' '{

more dollars in their pockets. The : ,
lowest paid assistant principal earns : \S\S\\ j
$24,655, and 4.6 percent in new ;'"'ff'
: The ," ';
money means $1,134 highest \ : -
paid administrator earns $34,623, !
and will get$1,592 in new money. A .
beginning teacher will earn $14,100,
i it
,up $600 from $13,500 this year. ,,\ ij
Casey said the$35,000 contingency "
fund in the 10.6 million operating With One Filled Card
,
budget is very little, but pointed out

elementary the assistant superintendent guidance counselors and two (40 Bonus Certificates)


have addition not been,hired there,which is a possibility will help.In Start you, .3-Piece Set Includes: Dinner Plate Cup, Saucer ; '

the Bradford school district will collection '
new PRICES & COUPONS EFFECTIVE
receive some $120,000 in Public
THURS., SEPT. 6 THRU WED,SEPT
today!Build a J
Education Bond
(PECO) Funds in r .
mid-year, but it depends on a Con I comp"/etesel11/ce FOODSTAMPSEDRAL GROCERY ,
\
stitutional Amendment being passedby ,
voters in the upcoming election. : loeghttwelve j

Loss of telephone revenue due to the ; : : or more with Shenandoah j
breakup of ATT&T caused the state /' ;
to look for alternate sources of F, ouplanl'

for revenue education to repay, and the the bonds change issued must /.....'::'" "I-t.t;: I t U.S.D.A ,GRADE "A" FRESH Apple i

be approved by voters. There is no 7' :"h f Fryer Thighs, ,Juice I\
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opposition to the amendment, but :.. : ,,' ,
I ,,'-j, \ l' ',:"
Tom -
Supt. Casey cautioned against "I.r or DrumsticksFAMILY .
on the until it is in -) !'. .
planning money .: ..
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hand. 8 9if '. .
The PECO funds will allow the .-- '
school board to get back operating 89 64OZ :.
funds being spent on the Brooker SIZE
Elementary cafetorium now under LB LIMIT ONE WITH A$790 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
construction, plus two maintenance PACKAGE
pF', RED,WILD FRUrr.: TROPICAL FRUIT ,
M
employees could be hired.
; : ORISLAHDFR it. '
Register Operations reminded Director the administration Lennard- p. ,I". ." '" USBA.TOP"QUALITY Hawaiian. Punch ., ..,,, TAR L I' .79., ,

Monday night that7 themaintenance' T7 .' ...'-- FRESIi.fDRKSLICED: I VIENNA ''' I .I"' .

carp rttef''and'JacWfe'inagppwer staff' ? :has jusjrtone.a:JI '& .. ; Was( r i QuarterPork ., 149 I '1IUb":' 99j W. f, \ pQ;i It

for odd jobs, such as building cubby ZLB .

holes and shelving for teachers, and Loin. ;LB Nestle Qulk. < . . .,. 2.99 .
'doing patch jobs on the spur of the '
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moment. The jobs will have to be FRENCH OR REGULAR CUT I: :

prioritized and taken in order as US.DA. TOP CHOICE Del Monte w BEANS ... 2 +oz 1.00 N.
they can be done, Register said. MARKET STYLESliced .'

Bacon . FAMILY' LBl 4 .i inSIZEPKQ. Xf BonelessBOTTOM 1 (
$159 Wishbone
WHOLE HOG HOT OR MILD.
Duck Deal T.-ssu RoLL 1.69 Round ) "
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Roll Roast
Could Weaken Harvest.. Sausage Salad d
BREADED COOKED'

You'll take home a lot more air in Tysons Patties.T, 13 G. 2.59 LAND 'a :.

your game bag if you shift taore of BEEF CUBE STEAK oFROST DressingsFRENCH .
the 50-day hunting season to.late OR PURE BEEF .BonelessTurkey
January,'according to wildlife ex. ..J.K. Brand Burgers AS 4.99 $ ITALIAN. OR 1000: ISLE -
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perts. Florida duck hunters have filed SMOKED OR POLISH 139 A 'J )'
numerous requests for a later Hillshire Sausage . u>2.29US.DA """ '" ,
hunting season, but biologists Frank. ', Ham LB ... '' ,
GRADE ANonBasted
89
Montalbano and Fred Johnson, of 18LBS .
'
the Florida Game and Fresh Water Turkeys .UP LB.79 .' "
Fish Commission (GFC), say the FAMILY SIZE PIG US.DA TOP CHOICE 1GOZSmoked .
change may not be a good idea. Pork Hocks. .69 : .
"For one thing,"Montalbano said, Whole Eye REGULAR OR THIN. ONE ,
READY TO COOK .59Y
"Florida's duck population is higher BRKADtDMBAT 1* $ Muellers Spaghetti. .., LB .
during December than any other fMmf. Fritter PATTIM PILl .OO RoundRoast 2'39: j' ': .' .I
month." CELLO WRAPPED FLASH FROZEN ALL FLAVORS

He said Florida has fewer ducks to Ocean Perch Fillets .1.39 LB Franks Sodas . . LnER .69
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harvest during January so, "There "
would be a good chance the overall PARADISE

Florida duck harvest would drop." Whole Beef Salad Olives" ,. ... 1OQZ' .99
Montalbano said another unknown US DA.
factor has him concerned. He said $139 'CORN CHRIS OR ,

ducks are preparing to mate during Bottom Rounds CHOICE TOP Pow Wow Corn Chips. ,' ;.t cz;, .99
late January, and a recent study In
4 Missouri suggests that hunting Cut andWrappedFAEE. ,
ducks during their mating season . BAKERY !
might disrupt reproduction for the ', .. ,ioI' 'f t
'
following season. PANTRY PRKK )
Ever since a 1979-81 experiment In FrenchStlckBread\,2 uJSif 1.09
Mississippi, authorizing duck hun- IN STORE DELI/BAKERY r
ting beyond the normal Jan. 20 DAIRY/DELI PANTRY PRIDE ,
deadline, Florida duck hunters have 'NOT AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES +kMAYARINt
Baked Dinner RoI.I2 1.29 L
been trying to get the Florida GFC to QUARTERS, PAK
let them try it too. ThCommission's Kraft Parkay . . PK'if' .69 ,f ,: *
HALF POUND ,_ ;
Executive Director Hormel PKQ.OZ '
ALL FLAVORS P '
Col. Robert M. Brantly,directed the ntiy'.Pnde.Luncheon .
SPICED 61. DannonYOgurt .2 .99
CUP
to find
what
biologists out effect the Q
later hunting schedule might have 99 1W4 PURE I LEMON JUICE BOZPKO. King Size Bread .
on the duck population.Montalbano Borden Reaiemon .99 -' -
and Johnson studied Meat WHOLE MILk V ',]( : :
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duck migration patterns the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service r'3/' '
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from 197580. They tracked data for DOMESTIC .
the six most Important species in the Swiss Cheese . .'PO"uLNO! 1.99 ij
Florida duck harvest ringneck,

green-winged blue-winged teal teal wood and duck American, scaup, MADE Mermaid WITH CRABMEAT Salad . fSSito .:1.39 TROPICANA Orange GOLD N"PURE, ;., $159'! ,'. '

wigeon. MADE FRESH '' ."
The scientists studied duck Antipasio:Salad . POUND ,.99, Juice .Set-Yo' .
populations at 11 national wildlife BREADED HALF 'l '> -U-r'T'a'bleWlo'th
GALLON.CARTON
refuges in all parts of Florida in Pork Chop DInner "" 'WS'1.99 TROPICAftALE.MOMnfORFRUrrpWt; ,99': '
*
order to ensure their findings would : ElegantFlatwareShrimp ,
represent a statewide pattern. RED)TO EAf ,

Population counts came from St. Egg RoH. .'v,' . 21.79 445Z.':PKG. Nan,you an flad.imdyM ...te..-cntIod to My b..uttjlWFJEK ....v-....
Vincent. St. Marks Chassahowit- 'FRESH BAKED *, ity\, al d.l UM ObMiM.M ...-.weIghI""" """' ''''

zka.Lake Woodruff St.Johns, Merrill Torpedo Rolls ,. ;';'+ 61.99. Dak DanishIMPORTED ''. '' ,...O'know Irani Ih.. Ngh Vn*(fi Mm Ny at=:pe ...vaa'..................... fIiI\tI I ,
Island Pelican Island Hobe QnoU. a 1ydDtl4agro.w.npa.r.c.de.mhosAU.pw.pb._ f
Sound, Loxahatchee1 'Ding"Darling FRESH BAKED Cake..1.49 99 -r =:. ==: ::' __"" '
Angel Food : .peo\ pllr.e
and National Key Deer ." 'j'_ Sliced HamMEAf.BEEF.'THINORPmSLfcEO>< :=' "-.aCmulntd.T.ndwhowagaYbMrIY'," ..,mMC+lu+d ; f
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Montalbano and Johnson found CHOCOLATE HUNT .: ,; > .. A.1
'that Florida's duck population LayerCake .0. . 2.99. '' / o.w.....,....., I ItI

of usually December peaks during followed the in latter order half by Oscar Mayer Botogna ',a 1.59 r.- W66K8fer I This Week's Feat re''

January, November February and }S": ;\ "' SLICED PASTRAMI 9UCBO'Mr. a TeaseBlued
March. /' Turkey. rtooi! ,,v, js' 1.49"AUM9CHWOOM ; WEEK* I t"" "
After the December peak, Montalbano \ ,
said become overall duck migration Muffins 699IN ,Kahn's Uv.rwwr' t. pa' 1.39 x ''IOIKB 1
patterns a complex maze of jjoon 4 3/$1 I
species all headed farther south, 1 PpTATOSAUDOR '1": WEEK: *
north MrsKlneerseouMAw cup 1.38. ;
returning or remaining in ; :
STORES ONLY. =
Florida according to their own THE SERVICE DELWAKERY, 10 ,
habits. Hunters take less than 10 per
cent of the ducks that come to ,STARKE*'43O WEST MADISON STREET .1,
Florida Montalbano said..

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",,'>>'t" .'' ', ,/ Bradford et'klago commissioners when the body over. county'new quick responlae lire truck a
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rethonallnstitutlon.I i at the Welding Shop In Union Cor

'" ,' The, officials CI.i'
are ) CominW
'. ,;s 1 r \lIomer lIart E.W Hodges, knee Lawrence Mosley, Male Carter Jr.,
clerk Glb Brown Is at right. and E.L. (Nook),Norman opening the door. County
To Clerk
employee Richard WEBtfall the truck body from Commlslloner Normanll VCI
who works In the VCI welding and l P 4
the eUort for VCI to build the shop who headed up
body ,
'The for the new truck
"U- Y, '",''Fmergency:; new truck'Services' will hold 201) gallons of water.'1& will lie based .t the county'
Center (the old
volunteer fire station
\ and next to the behind the courthouse 1
county maintenance yard)and will be a first ran 4
vehicle
In. the city or the county. to any'Ire

<.t and' The high truck is presently In Williston where Tom Bailey te Installing the plumbing ,
pressure pump. The track '
should bd back from Williston
sent back loon and will be
I to VCI to be painted. a '

'j building The county the body bought and the cttttltt from Terwlllegar Ford for $10.750. The cost of H
, to Installing the plumbing will ran the cost of the fire truck
truck approximately bum commercially$25.000,,commissioners. expect",J ,about.hall the price of a new flrS


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Waffle Green .. first runner-up In the Modeling DIvK
Large 2/1 69'. lion and second runner-up To'the I,
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I Tornadoes Drop Two in Fall Jamboree Cox Appliance



"We were not overly sliced off right tackle. There was a ..
IX
disappointed" says Coach David big hole made by the BHS line,and a >
Hurse of last Friday's football jam surprised Jenkins went onto into ,
boree in Palatka in which his new endzone for the touchdown that .x
1984 Tornado football lost 7-0 to counted. Francis added the extra Air ConditioningService
Palatka and 8-7 to St.Augustine. point for a short-lived 7-0 BHS lead _,
It was a learning experience for
Tornado gridders, who lined up in, '0
On the second BHS '
.possession1 i
the blocked the ,
wrong place wrong
against SA QB Francis was caught
MIlmagala
people. It is Coach Hurse
things
behind the line and Jenkins lost
thinks can' be corrected and will three yards on the draw. .Service and,, Repair on:
stand the Tornadoes in good stead
when the season opens in Maccienny F '. All Major Appliances
this On the third BUS series Francis 7.+i1M N.S J
Friday night. '" .
Air Conditioning
threw
Tornado coaches made a major effort six straight passes. He hit 'I
/ to play everybody in the spring Mike Chappell for five yards and Andy Refrigeration n Electrical
and Jones for six yards for one first
game in the fall jamboree. I
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Everybody but one player got into down. Two incompletions followed
and on third down Jones dropped a JOE COX OWNER j
the jamboree. Coach Hurse says. ,
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25 yard pass and SA recovered with 4 '
Coaches wanted to sharpen the
1:37: to play.Winners t .r-
BHS passing attack, and the two :
BHS quarterbacks did complete 7 of ,

11 passes.And Error-Free.... ,
[9647462Rt.
the kicking game went well.A
referee whistled and said "Man Palatka beat BHS and Interlachen
what a foot! when kicking 70.

specialist John David Francis put St.Augustine beat BHS 8-7 and In-
the opening kick off into the endzone. terlachen 7-0. d r

The second went to the five yard The two winners played relatively 2, Box 2116 ..
Let it .
line plus Francis added an extra. error-free football. Palatka did not Fly...
point. (Hwy 16 -' aiford Rd) .
Using a wishbone option attack turn the ball over once.St.Augustinewas Bradford High quarterback John David Francis gets behind good pass k
Palatka stuck the football down the intercepted once, its only tur- protection for a completion during the Jamboree In Palatka last Friday Starke Florida 32091
throats of the Tornado eleven going nover. BHS fumbled the ball twice. night. sue M.AMM
80 yards in 13 plays, with the advan- Interlachen had a blocked punt anda The Tornadoes lost both quarters. The first 7-0 against Palatka and
then H-7 to St. .
tage of a timely face mask penalty fumble Augustine
in the two teams'opening
second quarter of the jamboree.
BUS failed to make a

against the tough Panther eleven. Sales Starts Thursday, Sept. 6, 7 NEW LOW
Bradford drove the ball 72
yards
with the aid of two 15-yard penalties thru Saturday, Sept. 8, 1984. E AGL E PftBCES! "
to
score against St.Augustine. But
the Yellow Jackets came right back OPEN EVERYDAY 9 TO 9, SUNDAY 9 TO 6. ---.......--"""

with a 94 yard kickoff return by
speedster Darrell Williams. SA went

ahead 8-7 on by a running a 2-point .
conversion over BHS tackle Donald

Thornton."That must have set a record," EVERYI ,
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said Coach Hurse last Friday night Ir r .
after watching the speedy Williamsrun
through big hole left in the mid r

dIe of the BHS defense. "We've had PRICE

more of those things run back on us. N __
"Well at least we can get back to ,
work on offense/ Hurse said when


another Against coach Palatka.walked.up.. SAVE UP TO 59% .'

A 30 minute walk-through was
1g A
all the practice the Tornadoes had ,,
WI> before the jamboree on Palatka's
wishbone attack. The Panthers ran
at wi1on\ their TD drive. By
Palatka's second offensive series
the Tornadoes had been coached on
the sidelines and settled down, and
came up to stop .the wishbone in its
tracks.
On first down"d Palatka: pass was, ,01
too long and in the endzone On second '
down the wishbone netted nine ,
4t
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yards before defensive end Lonnie Iftt % u Y .
Hamilton made the stop. Palatka's I /
third and one first down had to be
measured as the Big Red defensiveline
toughened.On ffIX\! \
first down again the BHS
defensive line held a Palatka runnerto

Lonnie two tough Hamilton yards.led Defensive a three man end 1)1)( s. ,t TI'r' !\ ,\ .

rush to kept stop the the Palatka ball on quarterbackwho the second I 5:: f' : i't\ \ 788. \ / l l

down. On third down Palatka lost t PANTS \
half a yard over BHS's right side as SAVE 15% TO20 I GAVE 1.00 y'

DE's Mike Chappell and Hamilton I MEN'S BOYS' 11.8 \ ",
came up quickly to stop the option.On t 1250 \\ \ I 4! '
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a fourth down pass the BUS pair SAVE 1.A0 393 I N 3 ',
tackled the Palatka receiver short ofa ;; '. LEVI'8 CORDUROY JEANS LADIES' FASHION Reg. S.04MEN'S
first down.A 8 Reg. 3.93 Poly/cotton corduroy jeans TOPS AND PANTS ACTIVECOORDINATES
h '
pressure defense by Palatka MEN'S/BOYS' with straight leg I. 4 pocket Poly/cotton knit tops and
kept the Tornado eleven from mak- 8. W Req. 8.88 SWEAT SHIRTS A.It: solids. Boys- 814. poly/cotton sport pants with Sharp looking fleece ,shirts or
ing a first down against the Pan- MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Poly/cotton long sleeve crew Students' 26-30 Man's 28-38. 3 pockets In assorted colors. matching reversible shorts
thers. The Tornadoes with Frank Polyester cotton knit polo neck sweat shirt In solid ,' Bay's sans, Reg. 15.88..10 A great match.S. M, L. w/contrastlng stripes. S-XL,'
Long quarterbacking against shirts w/embroldered logo. colors.S-XL. 'L Y
Palatka,on the first series made two S-XL. "'
yards on a running play over right .
tackle lost 10 yards when QB Long
t faded to pass on second down and SAVE'' I'"I L SAVE "
SAVE t TO '
gave the football up on a third down
fumble by fullback Mike Early. I1P TO a
On the second series junior Clinton 17 4 BATH I

I l Jenkins got four yards on the drawl HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS SAVINGS UP TO 59% .
Long passed to the left flat to Todd 293Reg. ; Req. 4e.es
McLeod on second down,Tony Diggs Save 10% Folio covers w/pocketa, Rag. 29$...,..<.......12' $ .
dropped a pass to the right flat Save 21% Aim toothpaste 6.4 oz., HAND WASH $3
1 on U i; or mint Reg. 1.40.................................................; tt 17 SAVE
tackle an yard loss B : Save 29% Mannen Speed Stick, 2Vt oz., 243 -463 #;..06'I I
fourth down.Against trying to passon Rag. 11.88 Rag. Up To 2.97 Reg., musk lima pica, Reg. 1.a9.....................,..........4 I.37 Q Reg. 1.07 AM/FM CASSETTE I

St.Augustine... Classic MEN'S NAVY vinyl uppers OXFORD with TUBS Man's SOCKS or boys 3pk.Whltewassorted 36 81..27'Ika ct, Reg.2.20 Saltier............foil......pack.............................. ,Ifl'.,?.,4 l*87' LADYPEPPIRELLSoft' STEREO Portable! am/, ,",,, radio with
39% Summer's Eve disposable douche
John David Francis a kicking thick rubber sola.7-12. stripes. twin Save pack. Beg. or. vinegar-water Reg. 1.59....;..,..........n-/*..*, towals cotton/polyester'decorator solids.bath cassette microphone.player has built-in
specialist until this year turned intoa

scrambling quarterback in BUS's SAVE 25% OFFI -
second quarter when the Tornadoes. .
took off against St.Augustine. '
Francis scrambled to avoid a loss,
j then tossed to Tony Diggs for 20 and
13 yards for two first downs. Two 15 >
yard penalties for roughing the 26TO
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passer and unsportsmanlike conduct
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.put the ball on the St.Augustine 44 67 SAVE ,
12 yard line. 1 l', 88 SAVE ,
QB Francis passed into the left flat Rag. 2.07WOMEN'S Rag.:ne.earp 35.88 ""fl-: 1-97 16"! .

for seven yards to tight end'Mike Rag 12.07 SCUFFS u OSCILLATING FANS KODAK FILMS __"'?Rep' 7.88 '2.00
Chappell which put BHS at the SA; MEN'S OARAGE OXFORD Perforated vinyl uppers C126/110-12 brilliant expo! .5/"xou' HOSE
five yard line. A Jess McSwain dive Vinyl uppers with oil resistant w/buckles. Navy or brown. Fantastic savings on 0'% ,12" and. 18'' sure averytlme./ : 2-pty vinyl garden hose with'
up the middle put BUS inside the crap sola. 712. 810. oscillating fans for your hot summer days! brass coupling. '

five.Francis SAVE SAVE UP'TO' 32%
then tossed a high loopingpass '
9.03 '
to Tony Diggs. An SA defender SAVE SAVE SAVE 1)
actually had a better shot at the pass 20.0OA88ORTCO ,45%
but receiver Diggs stuck with the
ball and pulled it down for an ap-
prarent touchdown. But officials ruled y
St. Augustine had encroached 97:
before the play tarted. Therefore 3 "
they said BHS must take the penalty Reg.4.0 'JA
1 roily cHOlf 39 88x:1.11" '
not the play. I A-14-M POLAROID NIGHT CAN ACCESSORIES, : ,.

10 PC. IRONSTONE WATCH ALARM tt: Choose from 2-pk. auto bulbs '2 qt. Rg- :&e.:" .. H...,,,_'
The'penalty. half way to the goal, DINNERWARE! Pressure sensitive bolt alarm 8 funnel elastic Strap 2" blind spot mlrv 36 UB. HTH CHLORINE MURIATIC ACID
j I placed the ball at the two yard line. Service{ for 4 dlnnerware In warns you.before break-Ina ror. license frame English Leather car Granular dry chlorlnator/ k".atwat Ad 1 usti pH In pool. Cleans
I It remained third down, assorted decorative patterns. occra: Rag Up. ,1,2d, freshener or Black Ben car wash, 8 ox. ., .park I In* cl._ Llml" 2btfrgaln ,tUe. too. 1 gal. Limit 2

,,Trying- I. to. get 1 if-.the." :first. down, at the ..,...,.."...". >tr' St l k' EAGLE, your 2tor..,.2O6mlnyhenti .location*. q Tr
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one." running back Clinton Jenkins gtrerrn/rau! n .,, .pf.'oheck your dlreet+Sry for .......'n..,... yOid.:312W" Mttdibon5t. ,

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It I .' '. '- ;I..ega1JOtices" ". ; .. : V"4' .: '.GIVEN that LEO A.HERGENREDER. .
'IN RE: ESTATE Of t"| ., .
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I t BERTHAH'EARCE.!: holder of 'the following"( 1 'II,
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to Deceased .
Starke Sun Fun Run Set .. certificate, hat Bl.d.old'1' I
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''Ii'' I certificate for' a 'tax!;. 1
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,1 .' deed to b. Issued
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: ; 'J r. -' :: J 1' NOTICE to erv. a copy at your ADMINISTRATION thereon. The certificate
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written defense.. If "
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number and yeor."of !'
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JACK M, description '
COURTNAY th.
: who.. and the estate of BERTHA H. waned, : .,,
For > ha.' mod. application name of the property, and the'name.
: toaddress PEARCE deceased, File
I. Wm. A. Be '
Saturday
Morning; : the Bradford County Zoo- sent. III. BES Number 84-76-CP I. In whlch"lt;wOl" ;: ".
Ing Board for
..' ,.clolllficalion of the SENT MOODY a pending In, the Circuit assessed Certificate ar. a. fall _!; t'
SALZMAN,. .03 W..t Court for Bradford County Nat-34,
fcThe Sixth Annual. Fun Run and races.: burgers and Cokes, National Guard below prap.rty d..crlb.d G.orglaStreet. P.O. Box Florida Probate Division Year of Issuance: 1982.Prop.rly .

'Community Appreciation Day is set Trophies will go to first place equipment display, petting zoo'' for from locat.d RSF to W..t PUD of: 10S6, Starke. FLorida the address of Description of Property -. .

;/or this Saturday with cooler finishers In the 12 age groups. There children, clogging exhibition and. St. Hwy. 21 and South of 32091 and Ile the which I I. Bradford County #1091S..2O sq, In NE

feather predicted for the race, will also be trophies presented to the much more, ALL FREE. K.y.ton. Club Etta!*.. original with the clerk of Courthouse, Stark., COR OF NEVi of. SE'4.approMlmal.y .
i Benelits fro'mthe first place male and female winners Pre-registration cost is 94.50 and l 29 the above styled court on Florida 32091. Th.name SEC. 20 TWP 7.S, R-21,

"Bradford Association run for will Retarded go to the over all In both races. registration on the day, of the race In Section 24, Township arcsor 8 b.for. September 37, and addresses of Nome In which a.sessed -

'1.Citizens. ) Second and third place prizes will will be $5.00.Registration. South Rang.22 Eatt. out 1984: otherwise a I Judge, the personal representative : Rosalie Raderal
also be presented In all Parcel menmay b. entered and the personalrepresentative's Johnson Estat. '
"' The first the age groups. M19 000A, to .
race, 10,000 meter There will also be trophies given to forms can be pickedup b. used for single family against you for the relief attorney AH 'of 'said property'
,race Is set Bank for 8:30 a.m. at the Com- the oldest and youngest runners. at the following locations: Chub'sSports dwellings ((9 acres) and demanded In the com below are set. 'forth .. being I b the County of
'Afterwards
imunity the one, Activities for the Community Appreciation Center, Bradford County multi-family Unltt (20 plaint or petition. All interested Bradford, State, :of
mile Fun Run will be held. WITNESS hand and person '
T-shirts Telegraph, Community Bank and ) for Unit, my Florida.i f '-
Day ocr.
following the Include a Planned
race file with
to .
will go to all finishers from both the seal of sold Court on are required u. "
: Bluegrass Band, .free ham Sunshine Acres. Development, PUD., Augu.t IS. 19.. this court, WITHIN THREE Unless sold certificate '
tr.llminary r. l.w. GILBEltTS. FIRST or certificate*,, shall 1M'
ilThismslHcalion change A. Clerk of sold Court PUBLICATION .THIS redeemed to f

II wisedIn By: Lisa Alvarez NOTICE: ((1)) all' claims (law the property d..crlb.Jh.ld
Gator to a public! hearing to be agaln.t' the estate and ed in such certificate or \
Chaplain Visit First MethodistO.Dean AlD.putyClerk
to l 'on ,
I' Tuesday,
8/23"'tehA 9/13 ((2)) any objection by an certified. will b. .old
September 25, )984) at ....".. Interested person to to the highest bidder at
7:00: P.M.. In the Council NOTICE whom this notlc. wa. the courthouse door on '
Martin,. chaplain of the church Room of the Stark. City moiled that challenge
to an enormous church with OF INTENTION the 12th day ofSeptember
v University of Florida Gator football over 3,500 members that has a Hall on Thompson Street.In TO REGISTER the validity of the will 1984. ; i
and basketball teams will be guest marvelous outreach to the Starke, Florida. At This FICTITIQUS NAME the qualification of the Doted thi. 2..th day' of
at the First United time all persons Interested personal representative, '
speaker Gainesville :
area, according to Mrs July, 1984.
.hall be heard
Methodist Church of Starke this Sunday ','b. venue;or jurisdiction of '
Carol Stevenson, education directorof ,, for or th. Pursuant to Section GILBERTS.'BROWN': ,
.V''k against proposal ,
Sept. 9, through Wednesday, the First United Methodist Churchof ,' J. ":) ,Iii" ': a. specified In the 865.09. Florida Statutes, the ALL court.CLAIMS AND OB CLERK'

Sept. 12. Starke. Zoning Codes of Bradford notice I. hereby given NOT SO FILED Byt Beulah M. Moody
( County. that th.,. und.r'lgned.JECTIONS Deputy Clerk
Services are set at 7:30 p.m. each I i I .. Y_ l.M. Gain... Director ALIEN E. TAYLOR and Will RED. BE FOREVER BAR Circuit Court of

night with a talk-back session with "You'll hear a' lot of Gator ., Bradford County Zoning MARY M. TAYLOR, Rt. 1. Publication of' this Bradford County
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Dr. Martin following each service at stories,," Mrs. Stevenson, predicts.Dr. ; : Hchg 9/06 Sox 810. Lawt.y, Fl Notlc. hot begun onAugu.t V Florida
8:30. : .. ,11.1'/ 32058, jointbusiness owner., doIng .
1984. 0/16 4tchg 9/06
30
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Personal Representative IN THE CIRCUIT COURTNOTICE'
Martin has published several 'v firm name of BRADFORD .
Morning Bible study sessions will pamphlets and articles on contemporary : ."It ;: LIMEROCK SALES Rt. 1. : MARGARET ANN OF THE EIGHTH' ,
be held In the Fellowship Hall with evangelism. His newest >\ '' Box 810, Lawtey ''Fl SMYTH, 2336.Klng.port JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

coffee and doughnuts. book, dealing with the unique : ,1.Vr:: :, EDNA TRAINOR hat 32058. Intend to .Dp'ivi. largo, Florida IN AND FOR

A nursery will be provided for both, clinical problems to be found in good ,, :; ,., : -mad. application to the register said fictitious 33540.Attorn.y for Personal BRADFORD. COUNTY FLORIDA,

morning: and night services. marriages, is now in the book stores.A ;'o" '!';";' Bradford County Zoning ofor.lald name. under. th. Representative: JOHN H. CIVIL ACTION .'
statute.15th
six-episode film series on the same Board recla.slflcatlon JONES E/. uire, Of 81J3CA'August
Special music will be featured j Doled this> day of q CASE NO.
subject is now in circulation of the property describ Counsel, P.O. Drawer '
each night with the First United A.D. 1984, In
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throughout the U.S. ed 'below from RSP to
," 1030 Stark.j; Florida STATE
Methodist Adult Bradford COMMUNITY',
Choir
and County
special RSF-MH-1 All of Block 17 '
: ;' 8334tod913IN 32091. Telephone: ((904)) BANK OF STARKE.wa'of :' '.
soloists. i
.! Y: Cro.by lak. Shores, 1 ....._. 964-S701. 'Florida banking corporatlon. -"
"In church annual
our : 'our autofPorc.107971nS.c- COURT 9/03 .
THE CIRCUIT 8/30 2tchg
Rev. Martin, pastor of Trinity preaching mission has been a time ',,.h ,'tlon 35 Town.hlp 6 .>; OF THE EIGHTH : v. ; Plaintiff. ",' ;

United Methodist Church In of renewal and realigning our lives ,I South, Rang. 21 East JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ......r JOHN 'W. SASSER and \
is also involved with the iif. God's direction Mrs. miles Northwest In'
Gainesville says two I IN AND FOR IDA MAE SASSER Defen. ,
University of Florida as an''occasional Stevenson. "This ''cannot 'just hap i Crosby lak. Shores, BRADFORD COUNTY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT dents it('-.
lecturer and adjunct professor pen.' ,We must anticipate, we must eight lots to be able to iFLORIDA OF THE EIGHTH

in the field of marriage expect and we must prepare our Rev. O. Dean Martin... put mobile home on CIVIl' CASE NO. _......23 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. NOTICE OF ;\' .
counseling. Rev. Martin has led lives through prayer." 20,000 sq. ft.. IN AND FOR PUBLIC SALE '.

Trinity from a small community ;The public i8.I invited to attend. Gator Chaplain hag many tales This change In IN RE The Marrlag.of' BRADFORDCOUNTY. Notice I. hereby given
rom UP locker rooms classification I. subject RICHARD GEORGE' FLORIDA that pursuant to Final

to a public hearing to be WARNER Husband CIVIL CASE! NO. 84-184 Jud..>._>.... 'of.
held on Tuesday, and F ; ; .nl.reell

September 25. 19", at MARIE BAUGESS INRETh.Mattetof the Circuit Court of the'
7:00: P.M.. In the Council'' WARNER WIf. The Adoption of Eighth Judicial Circuit In

Room of the Stark. City ROBERT DALE TAYLOR and for Bradford County, .
... '. .Hall 'I'homplOn Street NOTICE OF ACTION Florida Civil Action Co..
rq,,,,= ,r 1 In Starke. Florida At this '. ..
stet ( NOTICE OF ACTION No .. .3-CA. on" 4tl1eall. ;,. ,
.:-.J Par'qs in. TO: RICHARD 9 qRQE.-1J t
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II .. ; ". rrw. hi PJ44r I,
Trtr.rtaishall' b. Ifd WARNER, ,S' II."'oJ / y0CHARlESTHOMICS'vhereln/ ; ,JOHN, W. ,

moth the "Marquis Lafayette who aided our Revolutionary' War, and his wife had the same first name: Marie posal for erragainst* "peclfledlnth.'the proMiliouri.YOU ARE HEREBY JONES.YOU ARE NOTIFIED SASSER SASSER are and Defendants IDA MAE

r;' Zoning Coda of Brad. NOTIFIED that an action that on action, for the ,I will sell the following

11; .. ;: ford County. for Dissolution of Mo. adoptIon of ROBERT described property lying
:. 'It Ii n L.M.Goln... Director ,1091. and other relief DALE JONES has been and being situate In,

1..;.." '.:' .Bradford, Counly Zoning hat been flied against fil.d again.I you and you Bradford County
; Ilehg 9/06 you In the abo".tyl.d are required 10 serve a Florida to-wit:
FOOTBALL THIS FALL/ Court and you are ,.. 01 written Four of Block
1; copy your Lot ((4)) :
.0\10 ..... ...
: quled to serve a copy at 'defense. If any, 10 it on Two ((2)) of West' Pines
ONLY ON CABLE TV-: & .";; : : ;r IN THE CIR, ,iT 'your written def.nses. If TERENCE M. BROWN SSubdlvl.lon; ,Section 29"ru. /

i COURT EIGHTH any. to It on TERENCE M. QUIRE Tomlln.on a Township 6 South. Rang. ,
CIRCUIT BROWN, ESQUIRE. Post Brown P.A.. Post Office the
\ / \ 4'i ) JUDICIAL 22 East a. 10m. op'OFjLORIDAINANDFOR -
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.:;; Offlc. Drawer "' 0. Drawer 40. Starke, pears of record In Pial'

111'\: .' if BRADFORD COUNTY Slark.. Florida 32091. Florida 32091, on or Book 2, Page 5)'of they
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... '..... v ; CASE NO. s.c.292-CA, and file the original with before October .. 1984. Public Records of Brad,
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,,, ( I,' '\ t I. the Clerk of the above- and file the original with ford County. Florida. .

': Autumn means football. And this r r ) ..."YO" ;"" .. .i : d CIVIL ACTION styled Court on at the Clerk of this Court. TOGETHER WITH all
r':. year, through special arrange- '" '; \ before 1 October 1984. either before service on structures. {1m.
4 INRE"' MARRIAGE Otherwise. a judgement 'the obov..nam.d ,at fixtures.OF .
\Ii ment, you U be able td watch ?L r .. THE provements.
i' 15 of the best college football < p'' ); Ito. ,)'-: shall b. entered the relief against torn.y 'or immediately appliances and ape
for 're'thereafter
SYLVESTER WILLIAMS, you otherwise a purtenances on said real
games around? UVE and ." .f JR: quested In the Petition default will be' entered property 0' used In can-

to., fr prime-time. '' 4 ( < '"'\ Husband, WITNESS my hand and 'ogaln.t you for the relief junction therewith..v.h .
exclusively on cable's 241"I i seal of said Court on the demanded In the Peti. Sold sale will be, at
i' t' SHIRLEY WILLIAMS, 22nd doy' of August lion sale to the highest
: hour all-sports \I! ..S_ M. public
..V'i 1 ''. tJ I Wife i' ,1'804. WITNESS.my hand and bidder for cash and In oc-
f\ < ''. -,. [ ''GILBERT S. BROWN official seal of this Court corded.e with.it'. .
1
': .; ':.September 15th -. you'll '\ '9 ,t ,NOTICE OF SUIT > Clerkofthe'Court ,on this ,,27Th day ''of ofor.d..erlb.d Inot .
? see Auburn vs. Texas. f! r ,NO PROPERTY Circuit August, AD.,981. Judg.m.nt, Sold sale
J "> Auburn fast f .." BY: Lisa Alvarez TERENCE. M. BROWN shall be held at the Main''TOt
featuring -as .
t1'i /' ''' Sylvester D.putyCl.rk ESQ. To"lIn.on'! ( (Northeast) Doo"of the
; hopeful William.. Jr.. cIa Maude TERENCE M.,BRO N. Srawnj ,P.A., iAttorneys Bradford County). Caur
2,,. -'. Trophy ," Johnson 1308 14th ESQUIRE torpetnloneru. thouse In.Stak..,
8fe..V;; Jackson. '' r '; Street, Sarasota. FL Tomlln.on SBrownP.A, GILBERT S. BROWN Florida at 11:00: a.m:
: 33580 Attorneys for Wife 'i Clerk of the Court Eastern Daylight'. Time.
|rt.: > September 22nd watch the .YOU/ ARE HEREBY 8/30"'lchg/2Q. 'BYrFoyeNWhlt.heod on the 2nd of October. ,
North Carolina i''.AI..r t Clerk
T$ always powerful .NOTIFIED that an action Deputy 198". "
:jTarheels face Boston College ..fat, Dissolution of Mar- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT B/304tchg'/20? GILBERT S,BROWN ,
< and their Heisman-bound. 1 rlage and,. Other Rebel t FOR BRADFORD '". ". \ ti' "" l Clerk Circuit Court

hail,b..., filed against COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE !JYr Lisa Alvar.a ,
1J quarterback.DousFlutie.Ii' ;,you. SylvesterWillloms., PROBATE DIVISION ;" ""I' 'OP APPLICATION :" ? 'O.putyCI.k i

September 29th:', see perennial Jr.,.and you are required Fib,Number".76-CD FOR TAX DEED 9/06 2.chg 9/13

Ii' favorite Arkansas take on Nai y. .- 5 .
*" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR REZONING

:: ,The schedule continues in October and ,r. AND AMENDMENT OF THE LAND! ,USE" flAN '11 .:; ..
other ., .. ". 'I ,\ ,
t., November and will be joined by CBBQ 'r "
exclusives like. '; ,f An'ORDINANCE' amending the Compr.h.nsiv..tand U.., .,,..:..._ ,. '
;, Bradford Florida In oc- f"-- T j'
: and Map by County
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r V; e 1984 Davis' Cup Tennis Finals coronet with the local Government Comprehensive Plan FLOE:LOA STATE

1I fc*.;\ .NASCAR Holly Eas 400 ;', .., ;'> nine Act: of 1975 a. provided fat; .In Chapter 163 of the.,- ISOt{ ..
Boxing from Las Vegas ("+ ipR r
Rank : .
Top 1 Florida Statutes. st rr
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: .* .;'\ 1 ':! ; j!lToi; II. ltll.nl. Taxpayer, and other Interested perwjfi".i' .... 3
s'ctiair'1'
In : .t "
delivered house'. own favorite
All eve"ts" 'live,to1 the best seat the. your. eons 2't o .u ...
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.,, ', ,, '. : w fou and each of You are hereby and herewithgiven '_J, /JO A4 k
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.: 1 ... r"' ,'of.I' ; \ 'i ; r"n'I.t\ / 't;"r" ,-. notlc. ln accordance with Florida Statutes that the Board of a' 'i' ,
County,Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida, have "

ORDER'CABLE',' TV NOW.tlr"t;: :,, designated the Bradford County Zoning and Planning > -.: }
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Board to conduct a public hearing at a regular meeting ot I,
Installation:'" f V-- f':/.-; !1 held at 7:00: P.M. I In,the Council Room of Stark. City Hall. :r. .. ,, 40 MStarke.
f'. 1/2'Ofi"Regular : : ... Florida .on Tuesday September 25. 1984, and 1. '" ,' 1 s.r f4
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?" make a recommendation to the Board of County Commissioner +
Offer Good ForAny, Level of Cable Service; ,, : 't and th. Board will consider on Monday October 1, "', .... \ t a y "'' "
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1984,,-at the Commissioners Room of the Bradford County .. ,
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Added--Including HBO! ,/ Courthouse. Starke, Florida, at 10:00: A.M. an Ordinance a wit..
: a
,. ,, relating to '
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1 ..I '" i.lI':,'. ,'' The/eionlng of the following property ? t lJ
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it I. "'j' amending the Comprehensive Land Use Plan to provide I \ + ever. ,

.. .' n rr 'z; r,,r. --"-''-' "rrrrr, .. r. .- that land currently toned RSF-MH-1.and designated by the u I
Ii : ;;":; prams' .Ie'
F : ,
f. Offer ', : "S !' ;:I".1), *-''ltd!. '" tjJ+ ;)\ designated\ Exclusive' Agriculture the property of E.I. du- re J ,4 t''

& ( programming, f: :._ Pont, deNemours .< 'COMPANY, described a. follows: t.t ..- .,,''r p4r 8
9!: Septe i iC119r : ; Call me with more i 'n.:'. located East and Southeast of lowtey, 180 acres In Section r :: :

,. : jjy > ..- 24.Tnp 5-S, Rgn ME: 80 acres In Sec. 25,Tnp.5-S., Ran 22E; .,
II _VJ4co'j: ; ,;y 1 r'i .,' .,i. "n '\ 60 acre* In See.3b, Tnp. 5-S. Range:22E; 10 ocre in S'C.13. I '-' 4 "' i ;

'. .. Jj .; '.to. ..". Tnp 6-S Rgn :22E, total of 330 acre to b. put Agricultural '

: ; : ,104. ". ..'.! ., ', 1, ., 8-:'. classification ? t n'c
or end "
I. .. . :" ", '\" You are further1'given NOTICE that b copy of sold proposed l .F n- j I
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Bradford i .. '. f: ORDINANCE I. available for Inspection at the office 7
,, : N' I"J.., ;.. .1'-.1 your '
I ... ',. ,If .. ,., the and ,'..11. 'J +
I /0'1'11. .I'W of Director of Zoning Planning City w.
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,:!fC, I' 1 :'" w .t. I ,. '',' ';' ,1( ", '.. .. "" son. ..." ..,,,\ ,..t:. .' Thompson. Street,Starkov Florida. + ,
: arke. Ft.3II ... Interest whatever In e e+ I
!'i. ." :I '. IIf Phon" ".' 1b'i t': 1' .. Each and every person having any r
.: ? J. should --
,1-// 1M this ORDINANCE appear
: < 'I .:; ,. ,' .,,: enactment of proposed .
pr I '. : .:. ,':' .h ::': I"., and b* heard at the time and place prescribed. e
,..' .. .', .": ;. .JI", : I ,Besttimeloc&l' .t.; COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ;, i .
; BOARD OF BRADFORD f ,
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I BBS Travels to Macclenny to Take::on; Wildcats for 32nd Meet ," I



Bradford High and Baker High veteran noseman Mark Belford whois L.o. Jetferson., Widemond, a
will meet for the 32nd time this Fri big, aggressive, and very hard to sophomore is quick, not very big,
day night when the Tornadoes travelto handle according to the report. and will throw the ball. Jefferson, a
rival Wildcat territory lng junior is quick and operates out of
at 8 P.m.. Wildcat Offense the wing formation.
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t -Tackles Pepper Scott and Cliff
4R Last season the Tornadoes felll Wilson Both are big, but not very Wildcat Defense j';'
21-7 to Baker and the year before aggressive. -Linebackers Walter Widmond and
won on a last minute field goal by -Tall tight end Rick Knight 12. who Wayne Braddy. Widemond is a
John David Francis. has good hands and blocks well. sophomore without much ex-
.- -Split end Patrick Davis, 12, good perience. Braddy is a Junior who
speed and catches the ball well. plays the strong side of the line
-Full Backs Mark Belford and Gary tough, according to the report. ",' [
Mobley. Belford is a fair running -Cornerback Joe Reed Is a Junior
Game Facts and good blocker. Mobley is fast and with average speed, not
hits the hole quick; -Safety Leo Jefferson, a junior, is
-Tail backs Anthony Widemond and quick with good: speed.
Game SiteBaker: High Stadium,
Friday 8 p.m.. .
des'4c Season Records: Bradford 5-5;
Baker 73Series I
lll toryBHS: 28 wins;
Baker three wins, one tie.
Last Meeting: Baker won 21-7 overa )
hapless BHS defense.

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Francis also the kicking \ .
specialist for the Tornadoes will
start at quarterback due to the in-
jury of Frank Long in the Jamboreelast
Friday night.
I Next to St.Augustine, Baker is the
w oldest traditional game for the Tor
nadoes. "It is always a good gamet"says "
Tucked in Tight... Head Tornado Coach DavidHume.
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Running back Clinton Jenkins tucks It in as he 8-7 to St. Augustine.
"In our 3-0 win two the
heads for an opening In the Jamboree last Friday This Friday night the Tornadoes begin regular crowd years ago,
a big said
night In Palatka. action when travel to flayed part c
season they Macclenny to take '
Hurse. This should be wide
BUS lost both quarters of play, 7-0 to Palatka and on the Wildcats at 8 p.m.. a open
game, they will throw a lot and so
will we."
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Hurse said that some bumps and
bruises will slow some of the
Sports BriefsFour starters down but other than that -
everyone is ready to go.
The Baker offense will be led by

Cowboy Teams Head to Jamboree... Danny second Jones.year quarterback According to and the junior BHS Model 2000

Four Bradford County Cowboy Pop Warner football teams will visit The catfish and certain other fishes scouting report, Jones is right handed with 16" bar and chain 'I' .I "
Lake Butler for the has a good arm with fair ac ,
Western .
Division of the Tlmucua Conference Jam- ;. ,' t
believed have
are to tastebuds
many PLUS extra 12" bar and
boree, Saturday, Sept. 8. In the skin that covers their curacy. chain, '......" '.'
The Pee Wee division will lead off for Bradford The Wildcat defense. is led .by
playing at 12:15, team bodies. A retail value of $209.99
reg.
TBA. At 1:45 p.m. the Jr. Midgets will tkae on the contingent from "'\
Keystone then at 2:30 p.m. the Mitey Mites will play new conference foe Now ,
NewbelT)'. Pee Wees will play at 4 p.m., team TBA. QUALITY CUSTOM MADE UNIFORMSAT s.1:
The Cowboys first regular season game will be Sept. 15 with the Mitey BARGAIN PRICESI
Mites, Jr. Pee Wees and Jr. Midgets playing at Keystone and the Pee $ 99
Wees in Callahan. .1 i SPORTS CENTER 1 159
Home nnenecfor the Cowboys will be Oct. 6. ehca'a
TORNADO
T-SHIRTS
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Former Starke Golf and Country Club Champion Richard Gaines ,Gator Seminole Bulldog,.,
322 S. Walnut 'u Starke 539 E. Call St, Starke
played In'me Kilearn Supplies
Open the weekend of Aug. 24-26. ..__ -- --
Although Gaines won the tournament two years ago, his game was off *All 964-8568 964-5745 '
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and finished out of the big money this go around.- Warm-Ups Jackets
Gaines is considering professional training, which could possibly lead 29.95' 'DttttbuM by Thlgptn Dlttnbuton.hm.Bon.8M Ti...,....C OA:317M Call((9'2))38213MAlmougnMry
to the pro tour one day. ((904)) 964-7434 d.a1.rhisbanp/NWU.ynmiuadim.ohntramndMdu.ld..4mm." .. <
-- noipwiidon*K one you MWct ton t..nmh.r IHMK of c* ((912)>382-1JM tar
107 E.Edwards Road- Starke.Fla. -v DHim taufc at otter w.gumnw*-.aU"1IOC1l.,KMniMd pnc*
Jr. Golfers Feted...
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Starke Golf and Country Club honored Jr. Golfers Sunday, August 19, .
with a special tournament and dinner. Each of the 18 Jr. Golfers were .
teamed! with an adult (there were several father-son teams and one ." .. .. '
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mother-son teanf and played Pinehurst rules. That makes both memberof ,
the team hit from the tee, then hit alternately until holed out. Approx-'
imately forty-five persons enjoyed the fine dinner provided! by the club.
Winners of the nine hole tournament were: D. Elder and D. Elder, L. Final Week
Bishop and M. Bishop, E. Douglas and J. Hazen all with 36 holes each and
H. Wood and B. Adams with 36.25. .


1984-85 BHS Football !
Penny StocksNew
Tlck.ts on Sale Now IssuesSpeculative o0

1984-85 season Bradford High Issues
School football tickets are availablefor For a broker specializingin
all home games in the reserved
section of the stadium.If the
you had tickets last year and OTC
desire,or do not desire, more for this Call Bob Barker
year, please contact Mrs. Wanda 0
Prevatt at the high school. 0 rAT
These tickets will be available Blinder Robinson & C)
beginning Sept. 5, and will be$18.00 Ca.lncJ
nNMIWa WHIN
for each season ticket. JO
All Florida 1-8OM32-3342


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Morning. Warship . . . 11 .... ACTS rra Hem 3>4. SALAVATION.,...Study BUY 1 GET 1 FREE BUY 1 GET 1 FREE BUY 11 GET 1 FREE ,BUY 1 GET 1 FREE'
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It t I ,: FOR RE ', :; ::{":: 1\, -"PERSONAL. :SERVicES w MOBILE, HOMES' ,I'.',. '. y.;,"rIt\,' ,; _1&_ _. FOR SALE'. ,- J ..' { '.- FOR SALE '. ." :. .>'.D'10a', :. il i/.,SALE,

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
REALTY, REALTOR CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, l;7. MOBILE HOME 12x60. 2 DR. 1'% SHAlLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS. PVC HERCULON SOP'and lave seat In excellent NIC**WUHNO LOT On Lake Carlton,
kitchen cabinet and trim pip** and fitting/ Water softener. Off Wan olio Rood 9995. Call ((703)
Rental Property Available carpentry bath Central H/A. $7.300, 473-7043 condition, $300, 473-7525: or
ZONED FOR BUSINESS C.ntrallocatlon Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after 2tpd 8/23-9/6 .7 Brian 13/24 Ace Hardware. Keystone Hat*., 473-7067 alter S p.m. Itchg 9/6 > 970, >9l3a or wrtJ*
on HWY21. 850 aq.ft.. $300 mo. 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 1977 MANATEE, MOBILI HOME 14,65.2 AMWAY tfnchg GAS, B-B-Q ,GRILL 1973 lu-i topper Fairfax VA 22032 Itpd 9/6
:, WHITE SANDS LAKii 2BR. l'p.r BA; CB CARPET' AND VINYlt Repair and Installations BR, 2 bath Central H/A. Gas furnace.never order. PRODUCTS. Call" to place your home base ,totlort with( antenna. Call ,, t ACM TRACT. 0<:,.$93 down. 1 trod .
Nutrlllte Vitamin Need '2 $95 down, Mil' .
extra acre: *
473-2337. Itpd
Free estimates. Ten used, Farms. 52996044tchg
house, screened porch, garage.. 9323 year p.nny Income? Call 473-2357. Itpd 9/6
for detail. 9/6
us '
mo. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for 8/30-9/27 473-3671.3/10 PAPASAN CHAIR with cushion frost .
tfnchg
'. KEYSTONE Craig. 5/17 tfnchg free double-wide refrigerator freezer,
HEIGHTS REALTY SWAN CREST "
NURSERY-SR-26 2V4 mile NOTICE :
I HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs dark coffee table and 2 end
Realtor 473-4941 YARD SALE pine
east of Melrose, Azalea sale 50 .
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6/21 tfnchg mobllehome repair, and. fix-up needs. ,. each. $5 limit. cents ... Air In excellent Condition.4737n1tcha t)
No lob too small. Minor plumbing 475-1639 8/16tfnchg 96Steve CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub.\.
HIGHWAY 21 Between Pecan and Sot. GRAPES. U-Plck.
Lilly' Vineyard and mined the lake office
repair Cleaning service. Light haul- to Region Monitor
CATORBONR IAKI- 2BR. air. gas h.ot. sumo Streets. Sat., Sept. 9, 9 a.m. to 5p.m. Gourd Museum look for the big sign and
Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. In writing paid In advance:
wood stove, 24x24 .
; large 9/6
great room Itchg Hlwoy 100 Florahome. 6592121.
I
S/17 unless credit I I. already'e.tabll.h9d
porch on 3/4 acre*. $375 p.r mo., first, tfnchg. SOME ANTIQUES Misc. Item. Palmetto 4tchg8/16-9/13 Broadway '', ,
CHILD CARE1 will babysit In home. with this office. : "'
my
last and deposit. 1-69.-30879/6lfnchg Monday-Friday. Moth.r of two. and Sylvlan way across from the Community GRAPES YOU PICK Light and Dark, TREE SERVICE MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE* HELD
GENEVA LAKI ESTATES- $425 per Located Melrose and Church. Fri., Sat., and Sun. Itpd Longneckers take SR-26 2 miles east of RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES' IN
month, first and last 3 big BR, 2!baths, between HOUSEHOLD HWY 301 th.n .
Keystone Heights. 475-2528 2tchg ITEMS Misc. fumltuie, North 1 3/4 miles See Removal CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
fireplace, brok.r 475-2647 2tchg 8/23.9/6 clothe.and plants. Thurs., Frl and Sot. signs, From Melrose 4 miles west then THE TELEPHONE. '
8/23-9/6 DAY CARE Before and after school. 3 Cry Rd 18 to Crystal' lake. See signs oi 1 3/4 miles north. Open 'Monday Trimming Classified deadline I I. Tuetday 'noon
SWAN LAKE ESTATES$340 p.r month year and older. Flexible hour Close Hwy 100. 473-2341 Itpd 9/6 Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m., Sunday 2:30: Stump Removal prior to Thursday publication. >
first and last. 2 BR w/den
swimming to Keystone school.. Clean ,Christian 1 6:30.475-1151: or 473-2702 tfnehg 8/23 Firewood Minimum charge Is 13 Words for$2.73
access to Lak. Swan Broker, ,
no pets BEAUTIFUL AND STURDY
home. Call 473-7329 2tpd 9/4-9/13 CARS, TRUCKS MOstaurant Free Estimat then 10 cent for each word thereafter.
473-2647
8/23-9/6
2tchg tables
with
PAINTING Interiorexterior.Reference type 4 chairs attached. ..oesttttte
UNFURNISHED 2 BR- 2 both house onImmokol. & BOATS Orange and yellow formica Great for 473.4732 -.
8/30-9/27 ..... .
.. Rd overlooking lake 473-7517 4tchg home or business. Sold Individual or In -- ..M- .ear...-

Brooklyn. Relrldgerator, stove, A/C NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE? Call LINCOLN a unit of 9. $50 each. 473-2438 or After 5 P.M. '. '
h.at.r, dishwasher, dlspbsal all Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance 1979 TOWNCAR 70,000 mB.rsiiv.rmaroon 475-2143: Itpd 9/6 Keystone bkin
Heights
carpeted. Avallabl. September: I 1all; ,' Lawr.nc. Blvd., Kytone Interior, new vinyl top TRUMPET Type 'Oldsp.rfect condl.tlonV'4733871 .'' The Shop .,,

473-3007 2tchg 8/23.9/6 Height 473-7272. 7/19 tfn excellent 1-473-2145 condition.. t ewf 9/A$5,995.. 1-473-2438 : Ask for Sara Itchg 9/6 Licenced & Insure WI BUY SHAKSMJVMICMHtTH ',
MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom '$150, p.r NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE? Call( ChuckSatterwhlte or HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sectlonjj .

month. $100 deposit. Call, 47 1.23S7ltad ,State Farm In.urance.'Lowl'enc. HOUSES FOR SALE 'plus organ music$995. Call .,-euoarrsural'''s- -..-....wut-; ,

96LAKEFRONT Blvd., Keystone Height, 473-1210, weekday or 473-4648
KSH AREA. 3 BR, 2 BA. 4737272.719 tfn JUST COMPLETED 3 BR, 2 bath In weekend* for appointment to see. tfn
CHSA. large shaded lot. All appllanc. PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICEi Complete Keystone Club Estate Heat pump, DRAWER CHEST, 3 drawer chest and 2 c.r Over 100 Channel.. ,
... $375/mo. Call 473-3373 or lawn core and maintenance. gorag., many extras. .N.ar golf drawer night stand.Whit.formica with .,Subscribe CARLSONHome \
1-743-3066. 8/16 4tchg 9/06 Commercial or residential. Fr.. course. See to appreciate* By owner brown-insert.:.!:", ,-$?5, 4! :?067. Itchg ?/,6 .:
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.:3 BR, 2 BATH HOME. CH/A. carpet, ..Hmot... 475.2197.v.nings. 8/02 tfn 473-2598 3tpd 96930Starke I. Today/ Satellite System*, Inc.
r.frig? stove. Keystone Club Estate. .' Want Ads Get 'ResultsWANTED Hwy. 100 W.Keytone Heights

$300 mth4733014. MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS 11041173.2646Freedom
ed. 1tchg9/06 References need- : Ads- of Choice '

ANONYMOUS Closed '-

'! HELP WANTED meeting Monday 8 pm. Op.n 'COMMERCIAL PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING HOMES FOR SALE .
Mon. PROPERTY
meeting Friday 8 p.m. Alanon _, ,
day 8 p.m..AII meeting at Educational RENTLEASENEW
CHOIR DIRECTOR Apply Keystone Building Community Church,, 473-2790 AXLES: TIRESi Two axle and four tire. MACHINES REPAIRED All WE BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Morgtage
United" Methodist .Church J7X-WXJ or 473-2130..tfnchg Highest price paid., Green' Welding makes cleaned oiled and adjusted. and also originate home equity loan,
BABYSITTER NEEDED In my home for 10 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. No due, OFFICE SPACE. Call 964-8292. or: Sho*:"301 South $I rk., FL. 964-3007.' $15. Work guaranteed James Call Liz Langley at 964.5010.8/09 tfn
year old aft.r school. Melrose area. fee :of welg"In." *. Open meeting 964.8721.8/23 3tchg 9/06 1 V03.tfnchgRELIABLE Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and. BR, 1 BATH ON !'A ACRE 10x20
Call Gloria 395-1474.. 2tpd 630.913PART 'Tueiay's, 7:30 p.m. Community Church FOR RENT/LEASE* 4.000 sq. 'ft. .t.., MIDDLE'AGED! WOMAN or .' Hwy. 16 Starke. 12/29 tfn workshop, screened patio, garden
-TIMI HomeboundHospltalTeacher Educational Building", .Keystone building, offices, f.nc.d.20,000 Sq. ft. retired couple to live In and take care CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed 'Free pot.$39,000.964.8417.8/23 4tpd 9/13
positions available with the Heights, 4732790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg fiberglass greenhouses. All reparate. of two elderly men. light housework estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. CROSBY LAKE WATERFRONT HOMEi 4
Clay County School Board for Florida. PAC RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used fur. Highway 44 East Eustl. Weems Enterprises cooking, driving. Salary plus room and Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8539. 3/29 BR, LR, DR, Kitchen, stove, refrlg.,
certified teachers (any area/ covering nlture, appliance., household Item, ((813r 627-4S43; ((813). ) 6271081. board; Call 431.1304.8/16 tfn tfn dishwasher carpet, heat A air Excellent .
I K12 Inclusive). For Information contact. collectable, glassware, old j.w.rly (fcon) WANTED-20 PEOPLE who want to lose MACHINE QUILTING. Crib to King size fishing. 964-6230. ....lIInglon.BY .
Exceptional Child Education Office: tool, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 30-50 pound on natural' food products. Alto have quilt for sale. Assorted OWNER Quiet close convenient.

284-6500 272-8100 4732011. "CLAY TOUR ISRAEL. 10 day. First clan, v.ry LOST/FOUND And share In company profit. Call Izes. and designs. Betty Hlldebrand, Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA. Lot of storage.
COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER"
reasonable, r.llabl.'christian .((904)) :266-4318
8/30
1 ltchg96PETS group 'for appointment. 964-8122.612' tfnchg ,,Chalnllnk, carport, workshop. Pecan
Ocala 1-346-2167 or 1.622.5700 2tpd "Ipd 9/20_ WANTTODRINKfTHAT'S .1.96 acre. Good gardening. Downpayment
lOST. White Walk. In Brownlee-
8/23-9/20 Dog YOUR BUSINESS ,assumabte ,
MAKE MONEY: AT HOME. 'Detail lendstamped Bayles.HIghway, 100. area., Now 128, .. ., 'p MOBILE HOMES 1" WANT TO STOf,' 9645610.830 tfn mortgage
addressed envelope P.B.S.Dept. dyed on sides and H an flanks'< Please 1 THAT'S OURS
GREAT PLACE TO RAISE A, FAMILY
'SIAMESE CAT 1 year old. Purebread. A., Rt. 8. Bo.450F.. Lake City Fl !> call Norman Heddlng. ,. 964-8964.. : 'Itpd.' ,';: FOR SALE_ ,,:,, Alcoholics Anonymous6441509646I949645434 Country IIvlllg..y.t'. only 6 mile to Brad-
$25 to good home. Call 473-2955 tchg 32053 2tpd 8/23-9/6 9/06 ford Square On paved road. 1800 sq.
LOSTi Neutered Male Siamese Cot. At
SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER. Hwy. ALANON' ft. CBS home w/3 BR. 2 BA and 4th BR
STARKE Western Steer Steakhouse.;ljt Wearing 301*Nx Storke.. 964-4414.or 9644778. .: !FAMILY GROUP or den Ceiling fan, CH/A,
RADIATOR I blue collar. $25.00 r.wardl 333-2916.: Come out and check out the bargain 964.6219 fireplace/grill, screened porch D/R,
9/06. 2tchg 9/13 jl :.' Talk to Walter (Bud) Alvarez for a great. pd thru 8/16 Eat-In Kitchen trees, large fenced

deal,..,4/26 tfn .BACK TO SCHOOL MONEY AVAILABLE yard. Room for a ho..... Nearby public
& AUTOMATIC TRANS .: Out of Pawn '2dO'MOBILI HOMEi 2 BR, 1 BA. Air Call Liz Langley? 964.5010.8/30 tfn boat ramp on Ig. lake. $50,000. By
Wind Machin. ((3 Sp 21" cond. $8,800. 782-3731: or 782-3437.; TYPING/WORD PROCESSING done In my owner. 964-7138. Itod 986DOWN .
Fan 8/30 2tchg 9/2 home Fluent In medical terminology.No .
$16
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SERVICE964681O ,I> FOR SALE BY OWNERS 2 BR, 1'/ bath lob too large Or too small. Day
Lawn Mower-Torov 21 mobile home, furnished or unfurnished. 782.3239. evenings 7823793. 8/30 4tpd Beautiful 2 BR, 1984 .

," Rear Bagger. Florida room, carport fenced, utility 9/20 Mobile Home. Take up
Elec. start s.lf-propel, 4I'1'g.. Close to school and chopping BIG DADDY'S SEWING MACHINE payments of $144.83 per

: $73.00.Craft .... ,area".Call,473-3627 after 6 or write EdVonSv REPAIRS Hours 2:00 til 6:00. 9648656. mo. w/approved credit A ,
I6& r: .. ,JO".Elect.-J Pattern f'Io: | kl, P. O. Box 1213 Keystone Itpd 9/06 $100 closing cost Mr, .
,Corner of, SR, US ;301 a: :,Wh..l,$79. 1". i.r "".]I, 8/30JtI\" ', ', FOR DEPENDABLE HOUSEKEEPING and Butler .. ..',;', ,
.' 8=rte '. "'I] : sell ,.47..yMy ,, J, ./, ,
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". t;,...WfiDaGeneralAutofiietiveRepairsJANES.; i(eo -$90.00' < wrT 4681763.1 bath $4,250 rtchg 9/06 or bet offer.. Phona T3J;J.+.J I EXPERIENEOnSIAMS.TReSS re'ereneeBll2p4rA! ; 2i 1tchgAO6.t*,(TAILOR U'u.J .'*r: ,T r,::;FOfcSALEORtc.ll.DI : ) RENT": ;it!rs r

1t'l MOBILE HOMEi Vega by FllntstoneT2BR All kit d' of 'wing, ,"al, 964 S"*,.
GRAPES Truck LAWTEY PAWN 2 full baths, 14x65, fireplace, total 9/06 +" IG OR SALK YOU ,Bring .. .' Hwy 301 North electric. take over payment of BILL'S SAW SHOPt Complete sharpening Will( build for tenant. Have 2 Ac. Will
PICK q '
& Morley \ 'w" $212/mo. Call 964,5306. 8/30 Itfn service, circular hand carbide, chain, Invest Rt. 301 and 10. 6 miles,S. of
Muscadine "Jf -. mower blade hollow ground and Starke. See Tony or call )..K, owner.
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', SALE I I'' I ..... lOW OPEN 'I ('4 balanced. leave at Jackson Building 1-813.689.8011,8123 4tchg 9/13 '
& Scuppernongs '
20%' Off I Waldo Sti lmp&.ColnShop., ,/ ASSUME PAYMENTS! Supply In Starke, Keystone Heights or PRIME BUSINESS LOCATION On corner .
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.--. Signs Now I. the Time N.xttoBargain\Waldo police: Station \, 1984, 14x70' 3 BR/2 BA. lake Butler. TFNchg 301 a '6. Can be used for station or"
: Stamp Se...eo/ns 1. '" yloaded,", with extra GLASS CUT TO ORDER. Door,,window, other All equip. Included. By owner.' ,
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Buy Suns H P(1' n' $199.13Tper mo w/credlt etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 964-7499 or 782-3037. Itpd
& ,GOURD MUSEUM Thu Week Only. ;. .. Mon.-Fr1:10.6 Sat.aSunI.6P..M.' teltprovel & :mail 964.6078. Order'also' taken In Lake UNFURNISHED DOUBLIWIDSi 3 BR2 BA.:
..... ... Butler. 496-3079. and Keystone On double lot, 926 Euclid St. $295 rent
-.4 We ldo.'F t.orlda ... Jtrpnsf.r f_. Mr, Butler.
;,;Hwy Florohome NORTH.CENTRAL. ... 'JSr ,f; t.473-7237 Heights, 473-4973. 2/26 tin and first and last 964-6848. Itchg! 9/06

.. 12 MI. E.of Keystan. USED .UIINITURE \"
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"' 659.2121 no I. Coli $t, WANTED: Home for Sale ,

Downtown St.rk. 'Female Breakfast Cook RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT '
Owner Financing Qualified Buyer r 'i. 1
"Upright Refrigerator (Glass Doors ;
Must know how Make biscuit ) "

Day Work Upright Electric Commercial Frlolator Freezer Features: Brick. Bedroom'\ Home; 2 ,

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'3-Key: Stainless Steel. Draft Beer Box Baths, Family Room double carport Inside r

GARDEN RESTAURANT Stainless Steel! '.Shelves S/5 Supreme Bowl 'utility room; CH/A. Fenced rear yard
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GARDEN RESTAURANT w/utllity! building.' 2400 total"square feet. ,

800 N Temple Ave Stark 9 4. 4 Location: 160. N.E..' 9th Avenue, lake" : ,,' ''i' ,
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,. HELP WANTED C 496-2948 or 694-6610 (Ocala) .
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., USHER ,. Job Title: TEACHER' Residence; of Bernlce Holmes rC

.Salary Range: 57,800.59,500R..ponsibl. LONGCHAMPINC. HOMES,. ',
to: Day-Care Program Director
Yr Union c.unty Realtor for ond executing ,'
General Duties Responsible planning
496.2126 or 496-2903. an educoll oal'progrctm: In line with the .. ,I :. & C NEEpVMiniStorageRooM2

UGW.Main St..Leftelvtler'Real educational goals and standard of the Day Care Pro- a-
gram. _. 1Stc/,.. Florida I" '.' ,,

*3 Bedroom. Brick Veneer Home*
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Estate. .' 1. Dally Duties: : Hwy 301-South-Starke 1 M, .. .. .,
WA Utility Room '
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., 1. Responsible, gr..ting each child| In;ass(gned : ,. 'It .MIR.. S...of Shopping Center l} .i :
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.:, The. Best Investment" group. O'-M'n YourLot. :.
\ 2. Responsible for the dally planning ancf execu-1 lwv
964-6020
,< You'll Ever"Allalc"eFOR \ tlon' of all outdoor activities. I, Starting At ,
,3. Responsible for the welfare, health and safety ,

of, the children In (he group. i '$3-4,500
\ SALE' 4. Responsible for the supervision of group In the '

bathroom. ''Different I :;; Plan of flnomlnqInterarfnaat4t \.
I *HOMES ,. Responsible for ,all mealtime activities ot .* 4-t '

: BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE?BRICK:.HOME on 3 group.will' eat with the children .. Also. have lets ft Acreage For Sale Paul'sCustom
I Jplu.( ) acre In lake B, lr.,VfMr SUPER loco '6..Responsible for daily attendance reports,, "
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cemfclnatlon.tfront for and constructive': t o'i. 96d.6853 ,' ..
.tlen. Ideal for home A offlee .7, Responsible training r 'Gbllatt Archery Y
2 : for profef slonol, utilization of Assistant Teacher and volunteer! t :

I .or atraet9'.osyru" for liKome- II,'periodic Duties: ,
:producing Investment. Call .... ond'flntf out "t Responsible for attending staff meetings,. "/. '
,hew. Per eppolntmen,}T yt $. USHER REALTOR.'. to / 4, SpecialBx Safes r ;4
group. '
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)"JUST THi RIGHT .SUfi.ertMCountry( : ( I ,Responsible for holding parent:conferences.Illi : ) 10 Building> . : "c.'
I view; from this hilltop farm!: ,.with |2 ocre.. Providence .. ;. Occasional' Dutl.s: i. 1 i'' ; 20YearCorrosion $550 -Custom Fletchlng 1 4 z

;, ', .r_. Prices Reduced.'1."Interest offeNd T. Responsible' .for 'att.ndlng"worlc..ho: ,con ./ Guar, .Precision Tuning '
to quollfled buyer. .,;41, I i ,ference. .. all 1n-4ervice' training. '/ f'f' ;, $529 "
i} {.PEAR RMS ., NEVyj. TINO,>bedroom brick. 2.I Responsible' for; assisting cleanin5.niirthoroughly : o j(2x1( x< Shelter & Much Much Morel'
moeiU home on > acre.Good .. ; 'ui call, \
I homo end 2 bedroom ; before you buy, give a .
Ineome-productna ,.";.y-OOn.t pos 3. Responsible for making !home' visits( a*needed. Trampoline Sale $299 that accomplished bow hunter; ".

.thl. up before you see It. -. .. IV. Other Duties Assigned-' -. come true I I' lust a phone :
..OLDIE BUT GOOOIE.,2-der1"hemo" U ". .- ,Relationships: CURIES'CYCLES i$0 away. Day'or night, till 10 P.M;" .

.ffutler.. Excellent ,locattoe. Over 2,000 eq.' ft, 7. Children In the Center., .. ,
+ 301 South, 964.6020 I ." :.
Partially' w/w corpet and CH&A..Needa tender 2.,Families of .nroll... 'r/, Hwy :
I *' lln do miner Center'Staff '," 533- "'
love and cere. .Owne w ,,to 3. All 2919'1 ,:
'repair and *. fllttIIiC4I..o.q..iIIM. borer, 4. Professional. staff from other agencies: : .,1 .

Shown by '5. Greater community. ,, ,
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Minimum Qualification
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tree. and tobacco bom. Property I"
Some available J.'Must, be able to mote to adult*on&ti..ls on TO GO '
financing
I "10 ACRES large p!....-.w'.Jngt.. .S"rIng ., the socioeconomic.structure of the community. APARTMENTS : ,, :_ We DeUv..f. 'i ,/ ,.
*\areo. Owner wlllJUnence "'10, %,- ......r 3. Must bo In good health and agile enough to' .- .'..,:.,.;j..' .' 1 I. '. V -' ';,n't ".,.:5c:ti"r!-
down Y ',perform }lob a* d teacher, of small children, IO drown' ., ', i" ./, : i ';,'!\ .
payment \ .f i-2,1,3 Apt*. : A .u" ,
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," Owner Heuncin,..River f<.'!'o,,:::t.... Hi' and, knowledge. '' 1 b, "*, Y( t". : From" *t-ltq 8211" sJ;; 11' yd.1.. .: 1,3/4 y't) : ., ;. ; "

load fro....... t'f! ,.' Must have ar 'least 2 year of college with ot 1 ..' \:, \\ ,

RBNTAIS; _, ,., '' :,lea.t six (6)Credit hour* In ..,Iy childhood'education.; [23: ..*.O.O"Ardi.NO' '.w j :-U; t 473-7655 6' ; cf /ee.lci; ,: .:
.I Bedroom homo on I ewro.frvlt Fenced. .ookYrd. ,.Application should' be picked up and turned back In .

frees Cent. H A.,,Out'.L; ot' the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic: ,at the corner, '1111'W. MMliwn w', '
,.3 Bodroom tV4 ....h..I. town*Shew! 5ubibvl" I ot Grand a Coorgla Street; StarkeFlorido 32091Qualified : : : :
person* will..bo called for cuy appointment: 11111/18 12.- ...'c4, .. tI"

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS %-Mlle North MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. REGULATION MAJORETTE BATONS
CLASSIFIED ,
ADVERTISING should be tub
muted to the Bradford on 30101" right Thurt.. Frl. & Sot. 1 Itchg Mobile hornet and tpacet for rent From $695 Ea. BRADFORD MUSIC
County '
office In and In 9/06 Recreational vehicle welcome Phone STORE Bradford Square. Itpd 8/30 BRADFORD
Telegraph un''. credit writing l paid FRIDAY SATURDAYi First Assembly of 68-2912..9/16 tfn -UCTIONlv.ry Wednesday Saturday :! rWi1l: :
advance ** I. already JiJr
eitablUhed with this office. God. Hwy 16 S Weldon St. Dlthet, baby MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTS One mile 7:30: p.m. Behind Red Thompson Realty i !
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bl clothes, lots of mist: Itemt. 964-6941. from Starke city limit. Clean. Hwy 16 In Melrose Truckloads of groceries (!

HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Itpd 906FRIDAY W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. ;v and mltcel. merchandise Everyone REALTCICILlA" .
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AND SATURDAYi, S.pt7 ft 8. 9 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On welcome 8/164tpd9/06
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
THE TELEPHONE. til 3. little bit of everything ft ceramics Hwy. 16 W Close fo prison Call .ALL I-TRACK TAPES IN STOCKS $1.99, Shop & !!!
Clalfled deadline It TUESDAY SOS N. Wettmoreland St. Itchg 9/06 468-1323 10/07 tfn. $2.99 ft $3.99. BRADFORD MUSIC Special ,
publication. THREE FAMILY YARD SALEi Sewing STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly STORE Bradford Square Itpd B/30 Mobile PHONE 9M-7776
Thursday
NOON to
Minimum prior charge It 15 words for$2.79. machine, furniture' children ((0."). rate Palms Apartments, 2314; N. Tem WHOLESALE. AUCTION Thursday 7:00: .All' types .WILLtGAR 205 N. temple, Starke I IV
ladles ((6-12)) thovt battery
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. coat toys pl. Ave. 7/28 tfn P.M. 2315 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. 91p 1
......... motorcycle ment clothe (med- BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM with bath. Op. Gainesville, load of merchandise. owners po1i | -
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON Ig). Snake boot. 9 EE. 130 North potite Starke Post Office. Mutt see to Everyone welcome. 8/16 4tpd 9/06 mobile homes. Properties of Distinction"

FCAN (Florida Cla.*!fled Ad Network). Cherry St. Across from Teal Tile 'ACarpet. appreciate.; Affordable rale' *. ". FIRST 25 'CUSTOMERS IN BRADFORD Can for I IOlin's -A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE Enjoy| the
For $125 ((25-wordt), your ad will go Into Saturday 93. 1 tchg 9/06 ROOM FOR RENT, BY THE MONTH MUSIC STORE Bradford Square gets pleasure available' In this beautifully constructed'
56 Florida,, newspaper* (dallle. and FRI. A SATs Sopt. 7 S 8. 9 A.M. til 77? W/Swimmlng pool, Mold service, FREE 6-Pock Oldies But Goodies. Music white brick 4 BR, 3 BA with a great swimming pool.
weeklle) for a circulation of ,.1000.000 Household Items and more. Road 100 linens Included, Restaurant and loungeon Selection, Itpd 8/30 Home Golf ft tennis are w"hln.walking distance of the
West to Edwards Rood, 3rd house on premise Utilities Included, ROLLS OF HAYS Order hay for the
your
reader. Make that mon.y work for Country Club. Designed with the whale family In
you. ..Sell the FCAN way. Call fhe left' Itpd 9/06 $300/mo. Free parking. Econo Lodge of winter and leave under my barn until Elaine M. : mind.

964-6303, ask for Sylvia Today. GARAGE SALEi $1.00 Ea. Off 301 5. Starke, 964.760003 tfn .needed. Roll of Alicia $25 at barn. ..........4*
DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I Behind ERA office Sept. 7 S 8. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn. .
A BLISSFUL PRIVACY within'
DISCOVER WORLD OF

964.6250.Itpd 9/06 BA apt": For more Information call Lake Argentina Bahla $20 at barn. Hay Barn ..
MANY CRAFT ITEMS Soft sculptured Butler Apt.., 496-3141. Equal Opportunity 7 Mile N. -of Stark. on Rood 16. this new (,one ft cypress, dramatic contemporary
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES doll, baby Itemt, clothes, electric Homing. 6/7 tfnchg Delivery available at extra: charge. an a. 10-Ac site In the city.:,Sumptuous touches In. r
water heater. Lot of mite. Itemt. Fri LAKEFRONT-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREAS 782.3727 after 5 or 964-6167. Arthur Get elude gorgeous wallpaper, 2 fireplace. 4 BR; 2 BA.

I day and Saturday, Seph 7.8.8 a.m. Iii 3 BR, 2 BA. CH&A. Large shaded lot. All Gosklns. 8/23 4tchg 9/13 with excellent traffic pattern.
??Corner of Hwy 16 and Water St. Itpd appliance. $37S/mo. Call 473.3273 or AKC DOBERMAN RED/TAN FEMALE 4 -..xMxx
OWN YOUR OWNJEAN. -SPORTSWEAI, 9/06 1.7..3.3066.8/16 4tchg 9/06 .yr*. old. $50;,. 4-mth old puppy. $150. FLORI -ROOM TO ROAMI 2563 *... ft. home I located on'
ladle Apparel, Combination, Aceeworle 'TWO. FAMILIES Frldau 9 a.m. Double SPACIOUS 3 BR. 2 BA HOME with central Show quality. 4737507. 8/23 2tchg 3Ac.w3, BR. 3 BA ft 'CH/A. Has panelling ftfireplace.
*, Large Six* Star. National bed carpet, living; room chalrt and air/heat. 1512 East Call St. Lots of.torag. 8/30 tlOS.OOO.
brand.: Jordache, Chic lee Lev), much more. North 301 |just. before Hwy .. No pet. Call 9645827. 8/23 QUARTERHORSESi Go Dick, Go Mare, _4.9 Act Beaus, brick home. Apprex. 1500 sq. h. :3
Vandorbilt, Izod Esprit Brlttanla. 225. Itchg 9/06 4tchg 9/13 and Colt. 473.7507.8/23 2tchg 8/30 yr*. eld. Great roam w/ttreploee. Camp fenced.
Calvin Klein Sergio Volente Evan 301 NORTH OF STARKEi 2'/ mllet and 3 BR HOME! CH/Alr. 128 N. Orange St. FIREPLACE MANTLES Pecky cypress 393 N. Assum. mtg.. '

Picon, Clolborne, M.mb.r.' Only turn'' right at Textile Town on graded $295/mo. $150 security depoilt. 2 BR 3x12, $50.00, each Call, 782-3675' Itpd Vernie P. .230-At. 3 Ac. High Dry w/CB home 3 BR, t BA. Ex.
Organically Grown HeolthTex. 700 road. 3/4-mile. White block home. DUPLEX-Furnished. 116 N. Myrtle. 8/3Q Broker Lg. kitchen w/plenty of cabinet 65500.
other $7,900 to $24,900 Inv.ntory, Thurt. and Frl. 92. Baby clothes; playpen $275/mo. $150 security deposit Phone FARMALL CUB belly mower Hydraulic QUIET LIVING 3 BR.1'/. BA. located at 1320 SearIng -
airfare, training, flxturet, grand opening ; shoes; ladies, ment and: boy 964.4228 evening 8/30 tin lift; P.TO. Good condition. 2200. IN St w/approx.1100 ft.
etc. Can 15 dayt. Mr. Will. clothe. Itchg 906CARS PAYING sq.
op.n TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Starke. 782-3449 ItpH 8/30 THINK COUNTRY Converted DW on' 10 A. fenced
((305)) 678-3639 Itpd 9/06 & TRUCKS Available now. Itt mo. plus security WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE! Gold silver or Call today, land. Grow veg. on cleared 2.' A.3' BR. I'/i BAwscrn'd
1.475.2006,1tpd diamond Call 9644238. 8/30
9/06 about
deposit. 3tchg property.'RICE .
back porch. Patio and Utll. rm. 35000.
NICE ROOM WITH PRIVATE 9/13
LAND FOR SALENEW' BATH
,. 1911 CAMAROt Power tteerlng; power 964.6035.8/30 tfn HARDWOOD TREES TO CUT for wood e3 BR, ,1 BA. e.'BR STUCCO H.* sop apartment. On 1.4 Ac.. .
brakes, AM/FM. 5.0 Liter Y-8. 8000. COVE HOUSE: 2 BR 1 BA. North 901 free; Brush must be piled up. .Call home Estate settlement. Was $4B,000. Now $40,000.
DEVELOPMENT. Approx. % 'ac.lott. 964.8721.7/12 tin PRETTY HOME IN LAWTSYi NW 75th Av. 2% Ac. SP
Partially furnished.,Rent $:Z:2: ,. Security 964-8071 Itpd 8/30 neighborhood
Paved ttreett, central wot.r. $100 IS' IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $223.! Call Tiffin ft Owen Inc. 9645065. r TWO COLOR TVs 15' and 19". Both like Assume 43500. Owner fin. 20% dn.. 12% for IS ,r..
dn. $75/mo. Own.r financed. ,11'Vs OLD HISTORICAL HOME IN LAWTEY on 2'/. Ac.
$4411 Through the U.S. Government. Itchg 906EFFICIENCY new. $125 each; 9644024. Itpd 8/30 3.4 BR 2
473.3454.3/29 tfn Get the facts today) Call APARTMENT! One bedroom CLOSE OUT ON ALL PEST CONTROL SUPPLIES on schools.LOTS, .473.3096'n Refurb. w/new kitchen bath ft Insul. BR/2 BA. Appraised
S-10 ACRE LOTS near' Lawtey on Road 1-312-742-1142, ext. 609. 1126..EOW 301 N. One'mile north of Starke city : 40K off while it last. Spray Near at 15000. Asking price-., 69900.

125. Call 964-4985.: 8/16 tfn 9/06 limits, $145/mo. $100 tec. dep..Call Tif- tanks, roach and flea pray, animal .4 LOTS lessen; Mlmo.a. "Beautiful wooded city
BY OWNERS 20 Plus ,Acres Good 79 CHEROKEE 4 WD JEEPS Loaded. Excellent tilt ft Owen Inc. 964-5065 Itchg 9/06 dips, ant and rat poison lawtey Pawn Zoned limit*. Only $6.900 ea. A rare offering.
patture. Small woodland area. Stocked condition. 533.2210 after 5 p.m. 336-C WEST CALL STREET One bedroom Hwy 301. Itpd 8/30 cellent COMPLETELY RENOVATED" Coq, brick stucco on
fish pond. 964.8738.9/064tchy 9/27 8/23 3tchg 9/06 apartment. :Tiffin ft Owen Inc; 12 MALLARD DUCKS ft T BLACK PIT BULLDOGS 473' on 301 Rd. 2JOA. 3 BR. I BA. OUA.,.Beautifully decorated.
15 ACRES or I ACRESi By Underwood '79 FIESTA; Very good condition. 9645065. Itchg 9/06 Call 782-3650.. Itpd 8/30 nor lot. 5 'SECLUDED. CHARMING Only yr*. old. 2-story; 9BR

Mot.l. Highway 301. 964-7184. Itpd 4peod. $."00. negotiable,Approx.. 30 .FURNISHED HOUSE with one bedroom CHARCOAL BBQ GRILL With temp. con will hold mtg. ,S'/s BA, CHftA. separate office, In city limit., fish
9/06 mph. Call 473-4337 evening 823'tin A/C $190 per mo; $100 sec dep. Call trolled oven, electric rotisserie unus '171 Ac. near pond on 7 acre. Have to ee to bellevel $100,000.
LOT FOR SALES 70x135 In P..k's Subdlvl- '77 CARLO Landau. All electric
MONTE 964-7625. Itpd 9/06 ed:964.6148. Itchg 8/30 Financing -53 ACRES BESSENT FLUME RD-excellent owner
lion n.ar Klngtley Lak. at Junction of Tilt iteerlng factory air. Good condi SMALL COTTAGE ON KINGSLEY LAKEi 'BULLDOG PUPPIES FOR SAUl qualified financing, will tell. one acre, five acre or mare
16 and 230. ((404)) 761.8840.06. 2tchg tion. $1725 Call 4681765. Itchg 9/06 Sept to June f Winter rates. No pet. Pit/English $20.$30. 912 Raiford Rd. FOR SMASHING CONTEMPORARY Architect Tom Ton-

9/13 I97B GRAND PRIX PONTIACi, 40.000 Call 5332366. Itchg 9/06 '(SR-16 West). 9648683. Itpd 8/30 Trailer-Call hereof designed.. this handsome)2-story cedar .t
ONE ACRE LOTi Facing Fortyth Road. mil... Power leering, power braket FURNISHED A/C KINGSLEY LAKE COT- 12x20 ADD-A-ROOMs Delivered and set 2 lots. leo. Insul,
ft.
Club. 254
$3,000$300 down, $75 p.r month, Call and air cond. $2675. 7823307. J tpd TALE 3 BRj $350 month. 10-month, ,_ up. 3995. Call 9645606. Itchg 9/06 Country .q. on $73.000
9645606. 1Ichg 9/06 f366-Home on ,Fireplace. Only 3 yrs. old. SP$115.000., mtg.
9/06 leate. No pet, no children 9646491. 26 FOOT CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILER:
1.7 ACRES off Brook.r Road. (CR 227j.): at 9V4 X. Mo. Pmt. $691.96.
)1976 BRONCO 302 automatic. Power 9/06 tfn Jr f Fifth'wheel, $3.995. OBO.. Coll Breezeway, beach. leleuVtf,
$"000. $400 down $75 per' mo. Call tteerlng power broket. AC. AM/FM 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME 14x60.: 964.5606.ltchg9/06' dock / LAKE BROOKLYN! 100 land Ideal for

I 9645606. Itchg; 9/06, .. cattette, low mileage 782-3497.. Itpd Clean: $185 per !month, $100 lle '.' PLEASANT GROVE SUBDIVISION Acre 9/06 v '. Call after,,4.30, or oil dot Sot.: ft. Surt Truck Stop; south of Starke.:964.8212: Priced ot $ *. :' WW1, .,.U1.HAV ALWAYS Bttt4, A '!. ,, :
lots for 3500. $350 down $75 p.r mo. '13 LINCOLN: 4-door. Signature..&- ... 9648704. ttpd 9/06 MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Window ft 1368-6-Unlt ; Roomy 3 BR 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ac. At Country Club.''
Call 964.5606. Itchg 9/06 like new. 473.2214.8/30 tfn, .. door, plumbing' and elee. supplies; Apartment NICE ACREAGE Great price-20 plus ecre* located
14V ACRES OFF FORSYTH ROAD. $1,995 197 LINCOLN TOWN CAR Good condi HELP WANTED also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER. 1 for ...: en Morgan Rd. 3 wells,'t sep.'tanks, ins. bam ftteelshed.
p.r ocr. Hat a large pond. $2,000 tion. $4.500 OBO. Call 9645606. Itchg mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfn Terms. Can be divided. $27.000 ea. or$50,000 all.
down $200 'per mo. Call 9645606. 9/06 1 ''. SEARS CHILDREN SLIDE Like new. 10 354-1 Ac. PLENTY OF :TREES Lot-Hampton Oak.
t tchg 9/06 1957 CHRYSLER 4-Dr Sedan. Good Condi A SEL..STARTINqCOUPLI FOR STORE ft. New $69.95. Sell for $25.00. Call 1 '/ BA Home. REDUCED ,TO $$36,900-42.. N, Walnut St. Approx.
tion. $'.500 OBO. Call 9645606. Itchg MANAGEMENT petition Macclttnny.Good 9647138. ttpd 9/06 tion. $44,500, 2010 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA specious family room.
2 BR included
salary. AC
starting apt.
MOTORCYCLES 9/06 MEDIUM SIZE BUCK STOVE Wood or coal Call to e701 W. CALL Sit Only $35,0001 Beautifully ap.
House In*. Plan available. Additional
1934 FORDi Excellent condition. $8,000 fringe benefit Call 1-466-3534 burning grates, fire dogs, fire brick bedroom :2 pointed! 2 BR super living and dining room, Plu 2
OBO. Call 9645606. I tchg 9/06 built-in Automatic kitchen.
screen, two speed enclosed parches. Coq Separate garage.
7/05 tfn, 21.6 ac. Priced
.111 HONDA SILVER WING INTERSTATE.. andpower for interview ? ,
1979 LTD FORDi Power steering JOBS blower complete' stack with spark arrester NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKOn 2'/ Ac. Located
Good condition. Interehongable teat to brakes A/C. Matching radial GOVERNMENT Original Investment $1100. Terms Robert Rd. off Rd. 16.3 BR, 2 IA. CHtA. Carport.TO .
rear trunk Mutt tell. Moving. $1800 or miles $2275, 782.3301.ltpd $$16.559-$50,553/Yr hiring Your chainsaw
tire* 49.000 with 16" Homelite
belt offer Call after 6 p.m.. 964-4342. 9/06 Area. Call ((805)). 68?.6000, Ext,.R.5504. '' Asking $600 old SEI IT IS TO LOVE ITi Charming nearly new
9/13 included. Both Hems two years brick :3 I BR;2 BA home on I'/ Ac. Near Country Club.
8/30 tfn 8/23 4tpd test's
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1974 Cad '
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1972 DATSUN PICKUPi ? and In excellent condition. Coll ((904)) heated
Florida scrn'd porch. 1150 S.P.
1912 HONDA SILVER WINGEDl In' tedan. White vinyl top. Whit Interior PART TIME SALES SUPERVISOR : 7244562. Itpd 9/06 Great 'R.flreplac.
terttote. 1,100 mile*. Excellent condition. Both exc. mech. cond. 964-7184, Itpd Time Union seeks individual to work ESTATE FURNITURE! Mahogany dining $65.000. Assum, mtg. appr. $39.472.
$3,000.782-3210 weeknlght*, only. 9/06 afternoon and earl evening to super and other pieces. Sale Fri BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean 5 yr. old 2
Itchg 906Want 10 PINTOS Mutt ell. leaving for Germany vise tale crew In local or_. Must day living Sept.room 7 and Saturday. Sept. 8. 328 BR..IVs| BA. CH/A. Double carport on 3 Ac.
have own transportation; Call' rrr.
Sunday. $1800 or best offer West South Street. Itchg 9/06 131 N. rrr. .
Good condition. 964-8699, Itchg 9/06 964.65.8130 2tchg 9/06 SOLID OAK DESK ft CHAIR: $100; Starke, Fl 1 NCHmAW44.S47S IVIWMOSlAVB UVtHOClAM. J..f.4NSSTOMMY
I Ads, Get Results AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservatlonlats i Sylvania color TV needs some work CHASTAIM t4-4Jlt MAXIM SOOTH MS.1M7NOVIWA0M.y4S4
stewardesses, and ground Crew posi
console, has a short but PAY,MUlLlNI 4SHI4
... $75; stereo
tions'available.. Call 1(619).569.6315for ( ) .,
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work, $75. Call 964-697U Itpd 9/06 WAYNE DOUCMAI,_ JOHN lAMGfOTO -
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detail 24-hr. 8/30 3tpd 9/13 t
'ERA Tiffin & Owens ''I '' FULL TIME RECEPTIONIST needed for CHEST FREEZER model $125.23 cu.Call ft.964.6805.9/06 MontgomeryWard I ( 1 .229'I

"c. front office, Must type 50 WPM.. have 2tchg 9/13 j I
964-1931
experience with public.: 'Somesecretarial
1974 VIKING POP-UP CAMPER Good I
/ Realtor'Formerlv ; duties Apply Bradford condition, sleep 8, Ice box,air conditioner -
.County Telegraph.. No phone call, and heater storage rack on.
FAULKNER REALTY EARN pleate.CHRISTMAS MONEY T- .NOW V..;s:. back,$1.000 Firm. 9646805. 9/06 2tchg Hale 'and AssociatesReal

Ruby Harper Rt. 3, Box 75.'Starke, Fl! SMALL 9/13 SEARS FIBERGLASS 'FISHING Estate Inc.

JJJ4-50651 32091.,9/06 2tpd 9/13 ." BOAT Snake proof boots sx. 8D 4 hp Located Corner of SR-121
HAVE OPENING FOR FULL OR PART; TIME
T. help.'Apply Pep-O Service Station;620S.WalnvtSt.ltchg9J06 Johnson motor Sears trolling motor & SR-18 Springs .
5332366.
wi nt>on41 I. Sears 4 hp |lawnow.r.\ Call WOr'h1r462
221 Lafayette St. ACCOM from ', ,. {trpx' .3lf,8.. .
.... .-FrSi30\ .m, toSi39exmS' ..ur l .,m. 12 noon THE CITY OF $STARKS! 1 now, taking opplication ttchg 906NOMAD TRAVEL TRAILER! 25 ft. Self- .

for the position of a Linemanfor Excellent condition
contained Air ft heat.
SPACIOUS OLDER 'HOMES; .'Lawtey. Large'trees, deep shady por h.i and sun the Electric Deportment.. Mutt Jbe 9648816. Itpd 9/06 .' "Specializing :In ,Farms
i' high school graduate or GED"J Must AMANA REFRIGERATOR: 20 cu. ft. w/lce
room.
STRAWBERRY ACRES: 2 DBL'W'M/H.; 8.S R 10 Acre Priced to tell. hove. Florida chauffeur license I Considerable maker. Excellent condition, 9648816. and Acreage Building or Mobile Home Lots
of the
knowledge principle
*TEN ACRES WITH SOME PECAN TREES: Across from Lose. Valley. Campground. Itpd 906SAX
'. ,Of electrical theory a* applied to elec- 50Q down .7200 month
"" *" BUNOY 450 collie, 12'weeks per
West. ; '' ALTO ;
30 ACRES on Hwy 16 Some hwyfrontage, ,. trlcal distribution Ct1-
r .y.t.ma.App1V at
: rabbit free 782-3910 5 to.9
: Old $50
TRACT House Mobile Home.A .
*2V4 ACRE or
t Hall Merrell Dee off
ty \fee.; Itchg 9(06
AUTO GARAGE: Hwy 301 N. Excellent location and nice DW with.all the extra. '., .';,i om. 1 tnri ./Q4 Now Renting Mini Warehouse I
THESE TWO PROPERTIES HAVE EXCELLENT OWNER FINANCING:,.i -
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el Blk.: off Hwy 301 N. Nice remodeled 3. BR, t BA, .on 1 AC-' 7 *'I,*.' Subscribe Jodayi; WY'J: Check.Our Rates

-Hwy" 100 E. 3 BR, 1 SACS,on"I Acre..j BRADFORD COUNTY. .-jI II\ Do-It.Yow... .. And Sdve'', ili
WATERFRONT LOTS. ,,: L- Needed .
I' ,1". TELEGRAPH; New Listings -
Ae. with hou ..' : ,
HWY 16 6.: lovely 40 farm Or wlll.pllt "l P64-6305 .?kI I I $

LARGE 3 8R, ;9 BA HOUSE on 23Q. Nice shaded lot. 1 .. ..'
100 ACRE HAMPTON MEAt Only $800.00 per acre. : ,, vf q I .
*2 APARTMENT UNITS: Both need remodeling.' < "'"' "' ;' :"' \" ; I "iI ",'!'( 'plumbIiig'SuppliesFrom ,

*W. CENTER STREET; Home with two rental apartment $71.300.: Excellent. location JanefAVStarling i>.'",, '
for future development. :" M :'. >,' .:' ;/'; *:. '. ,. : :if: Carpet (Any Scotchgard '

SIX ACRE FARMETTE; Good for development on Hwy. 16. Close to prison; ,;, $1"495 '
FIVE ACRES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA: Only $13.000Terms. ','rvk: ., itll 1 r 1 Raom Is. .

*2 BR MOBILE HOME!: One acre In country Owner motivated! to .."..Priced, at only'' 'R.olfor2W10 i ;purrancePump Cieannn & Haft!) Available:

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$16,500.*WALNUT STREET). lovely old' Starke j landmark need. re tonng... ,>, ", : 'A .1 $3.000: ac. & (Daep,Soil Extraction b Also Available)

.* ,'1. ACRE:! Beautiful land with MH,'Only $18,000. ? ', .," ', f, .' ,' '-D Ae.r PY'd f ntg: -x Whole House Special : 59"'
Hall 3 & .
uv Din.
COUNTRY.STORE GROCERY GAS: In good location.. ;1.1\\ : 1 $12.500.!! : Supply Co ( ) 95.

*8 ACRES In lowtey ArecI. tit ((9 ) ,. ; ;'
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I LEASED: 10 Ae. Hwy,,30t N, : .,:; "' ,f eSO Ac.: $50,000.eSTATELY U.L-301 N./W N. Temple. 964-7061 f 12).f..I"IIi.--' ) : ,
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RANCHETTE tree ,' '.,' ,.-.. OLDER HOME : Florida 44 ..
with pecan
*6 ACRE "' > ; Starke, Furniture Cleaned &
sof ch.ir .
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it 4 ACRES with lovely new home; Completely 'financing 3 6R2 BA 145.000 ,II, -""-.
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BA. x f '#. 'i\ : > QUIET.511'r:
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BUTLER TERRACES'4 ; ..: Good Prlc.. "Nor pe//ghfed/ .Pay"Serving ;
HWY :301 $t 39 Aerw. .. x ", ./ '" '*.'tttsa.4.\. < "'"" > '" l1NG2 BII. 2 BA, S31.1W.' L: :er- / ,

j POULTRY! FARM. Call for tnformotlorv. : ',, .x; ,,y e"Ac.1.750peroe' ,, I! -" I For Wat r H_aterI ; Bradford: Union Co. and. sttrrounAitg areas. jt .

*25 ACRES on Hwy. 225 (' :: :?< tf". Ji. .. ', ,.3 BR, 1'.BAt;; Country;; :. Water Pumps. I .
NICE BUILDING.LOT Of Earlton Beach. "' 'r',' ,.' '.,.-4, .: '1IAWTEY ..$29.500. ." I. And Other SopplU* My Florida Carpet Cleaning & I Dye Co. ", \

AREA 107 oer.. *. ..i .r.f)/"V. ,, 'FEED STQRE $45.000, .......... ." (Licensed & Insured)' ; (ftaadmtft &'CommaroteQ> ) ::1':>; ,
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*3 BR. 2 BA IN'TOWNi Convenient location. Corner lot over 1000 (Mew; $30'. LIQUOR STORE ..- "
,. I *JEHOVAH WITNESS CHURCH Building." : ;_ ?: ,'. Svt.t.\ : ."n/' :..i AND LOUNGE ,;' "f PROFESSIONAL,SERVICES OFFERED ". ,;; '

,, HIGHWAY 301 N. Frontage 4 Vi Ae. only $M>Oao.J;.. 1\\ pv,\\r!. \ SWVICE STATION' ?, .; ,
't HAMPTON 34 Ae. 'form with.MH converted W Jook' like, house Prig right!' oe $40,000 ,. .i! y 9WEbiWWELLS"2. W. SfectaUzt In cleaning! and r.-dyeltal of wad to wa0 carpet, fwwNwwolMtv. ,: :;
$69.000.. i t lWC I Ij' .3 11ft, $33,0008! '. ,,' :4.. ::, I Inland Inside aide dIMM; w. offer bids en C6MfMfCIIII aI contrMtl.'" "t 'I' ,

HAVE UNADVERfISEDLISTINGS-CALL TODAY: S ov'd frontage, 1. : I : to 6" St41teLicalRied; .. I Discount No Chord Free
j'j'I I SeVEHAI. ? .,. Senior Citizen Mileage| :Advke.. :,'.. ...
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I ,'t ,' '$IJSANFAJLKNER964.4048IOU'YOUNG ( (9004)) 708.3901' : .r Pi CaM -J 964-497 CaHl \
IRENE FAUUNE 944-5?42 ( You Niel A PI" nber; A : -:: \.1
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.- EIOHN3964.55. V S. lawtey tt: Call for Fast
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By Mark Frledlln '

BCT Staff Writer
a Crowds of art lovers, artists and craftsmen gathered'In Keystone r3,,
Heights last weekend for a two-day celebration of,the arts at the Festivalof
1L the Lakes Show and Sale: "
The event was expanded from one to two days this year to accomodate
the crowds, who come from all over North Florida and the growing lint of
talented area artists who have made this show a "must attend" event on
their calendars. >.'' 'y r' r
"Half the fun is coming here and meeting with all of the other artists,"
commented Virgina Chen, a prize winner for her vivid watercolors for the
second year in a row. "You never know how many talented people there
are In this area until a show comes along.; This is one of the finest local
shows of this type I've attended." ,

The first day of the show was a prelude of things to come as the crowds : .
lined up early to look At the art on display, make offers to the artists for : $
their works, and sampled the refreshments' sold by a number of local service f a ,
organizations ahd churches.
"We come down from Jacksonville every year for this show,"said Nan- 4f Pr
"5 cy Johnson, who had four cotton candy-covered children in tow. "They 4T
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don't have a show in the Jacksonville area that matches this one.If we get
to hot, we just go take a dip in Lake Geneva It's a great location.
( r Pattie Brannon; Coordinator of the seventh 'annual event this year,
came up with the idea of expanding the originally one-day event to two,
and said the response by all concerned has been encouraging. Brannon

who was organizing her first art show, waG complimented by many "art '
show veterans" in attendance for coming ,up' with. 'a "first rate S
+ production" according to one. %
.. 1 tt A "It has been exciting and I've been pleased by the great response from
people who have been connected with the show," Ms. Brannon said;"This
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is the first time I've ever done anything like, this but I'd do it again in a 'ICJtt
minute. The artists are fantastic people to work with and I'm impressedwith
the variety of works they have on display. The show has grown quitea I
bit in the past several years and it will probably: be even bigger next
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reft place winners 'In the dimensional arts division arts division Included .

: Julian Pierce for.his scratchboard;' Jim Wilson,' pen.and ink;
Virginia, Chen, watercolors and Mike Bates for his jewelry.
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Busy Day...

,Artists' from all over the area
gathered in Keystone Heights last
weekend for the Festival of the
Lakes Art Show and Sale.'
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Social Events ":/ ':/*<> $ ;" ,' ; ..' > Aircraft Aseoclatlan... Th* group meet and dlscusses-olrcroft? will 'b* a $'.00 charge par parson participating1.. Classes conducted by Btly ,Herring .
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y-. ,. ,,'. ,,', \,' .? Sunday at 4:30: p.m. at Kenn-AIre on the north; side of the Gainesvill Regional! Air.port. and Will Votes." ';\i. J/" ', I'. p/ tV? ,'t) 'xu'4.: ''I),\':'.4':. 'tyIxercba 'rt.:\;I-j.1 i1ri"\',:'.
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!''- y ",.ys/1'' .."*[ {Airplane buffs _Ieom.. Call 377-5822 forinlormatlon. i. Classes for ALl..Aquaslz af 6,. Mon Thun.1 Sllmnasllc at 10 o.mz (fr.. 'r

CIvHon Regional' Bloodmobll.WIII; b. In Stark. Thursday S.pt.13. from 8:30; a.m. to?,' Keystone Nlghtowli Night version of Homemaker Club meet second Tuncloy qf babysitting) and 4 p.m., Tu.s-Thurs;,and Aerobics ot.4 p.m., Mori. Wed. Frl. and 6:. "f t
10:00: ot'tha a.m.at Department of General Service., US 301 South; and from 10:30: a.m" to 6! .ach month. at 7:30 p.m.'at First. Baptist Church Keystone.JTPA p.m. Tues...Wed:,' and Frl. All classes start week of Sept. 10. Call BH Center. for Health ; ._.
p.m. Chamber of Commerce afflc.. >, '
Office Taking AppIlcatl.n....fa; their current{ program. Openings in ClassroomTraining and Fltn. *.* tojreglater 9644210. '*?\ 'fl'ft'-'s'\ .: ; '",

American legion Poet "...Edwards Rood, ask that'ri. tn.mb.n come' to the Pof' course Includes: Business Education. Data Processing Drafting Commercial Santa F* Community College Displaced Homemoker ,_...Focus on the Future I Ie .
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home on Saturday. Sept. 8, for a'work party' for the purpose of making minor repair, Truck Driving Auto Mechanic, etc. Th.r. wilt ,b* an On-the-Job Training Program. now. accepting application for the next doss to begin Monday SeptMO.; Free of
painting and cleaning from 8 a.m. til the work don. The Post meet on the 2nd and Placement In OJT I* based on education, fob skill and requirements of...._k.It... charge to homemakcr 35 year of age or older who hove lost their' source of Income hand
r 4th Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. 'In addition th.r. I II a special Older Worker Program (age 55 and up). If Interested career a* homemokers through either divorce;separation.;death or disability of ",
fipl.ass contact the JTPA Office located at the Sradfard-Union Vocational. School or ,a spouse;, or who 'or* dependent upon public assistance.,Under the direction; of Dr. :
Suwanne* River Jamboree..To be h.ld at the Stephen. Foster State Folk Cultur. 'call 964-8092- '\ 't d( Ann Bromley, SFCC Director of Women' Program and' Special Projects, enrollment. I Ie ,:"+'
Center on Sept. 15-16; White Spring Musical entertainment scheduled from 2 to S Stark. Boy Scout Troop 70 meet from 7 8:30 p.m..ach Tuesday In the scout hut: limited. For mar. Information,'call the Displaced Homemoker Program. : Focus' on' the'
p.m., and from 7 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, S.pt. IS. and from 2 to 6 p.m on Sunday, behind th. tennis court on Pratt,Street In, Stark. Futur. at 399-3047., :
Sept. )Admlulorl I I. $3 per day. or$5 for the weekend for adult, and SI per day for it The Florida State Mmaum..t "' '. /)
children, aged 615. Located on U.S. 41 In White Spring., 11 mile* north of Lake City .111 Church ,CIubs.and.,.Organization The Gainesville museum, features'a Florida cave, five Florida econystems the Hall "
and 3 mile.east of 1-73, via SR 136. ',. of Florida History and a Mayan Palac. and Object Gallery. Hour 9-3 weekdays, and "
A Welghtwotcher Club... 1* being} held In Srot fce art Monday night. at*6:30 p.m.- Call Saturday. Tuesday pan till 9 pm.; 5pm.. Sunday and holiday. Located on the tor. \
;- Squ.... Dancing... Square dancing i wilt b*' h.m'icond and fourth Thursday" of. Peggy, Register, 1-473-2730.: for more Information. ., nor of Newell Drive and Museum Road af |h* University of Florida campus; /: fr ;

each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic lodge In Stark-corner of Call and Orang. St. Melrose TOPS... The weight reducing club mini each' Tuesday at*!3T> a.my ot th*' < -., -, O; i< *y., ni. "'..., ,( ,
Caller I I. Jim Duncan. Visitor' welcome: Mainstream dancing. ;
Ellam Baptist Church" Melrose. 4>> '"
Hay an annOUnC.mOntM Get i It Mandayj at sri.md.i-:: '
; SAdalI........This _an'e barbershop music ooup'maet.; each Monday ot 7:36 Lake Butler TOPS.. Tok OH Pounds Sensibly'Club: meets each, ,Thursday evening at church la to us by special speaker ""
It Irt the Cel.nd.rt local events, gatherings or now
: p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville.. Women. Interested In singing four part harmony 6:30: p.m. at the Faith Baptist. Church on 1200' S.;12th. St.'In lake' Butler., For"further. .* carr group put organizing will be 1 Included I onpequast W* must ask that, yeu keep then* swjcencls
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are Invited to vllt. J I-,1: :wM, '< *..', formation' call Linda Durham'3384; 7; a possible. / 1*,

.......,....,.... This mole borb.ryatorl group meet* each Tuesday ot 7:30 p.m. In Aerobic Classes arm being oHred: In lake Butler on Monday and Thursday after .. ., ), } ,,..','
... ,1he P.K. Yong music room,' 1080 SW 11m St. Visitor welcome.: noon at 4:30: p.m.. In Room 136B at Union County High School. Morning chne boganvWednesday "-.4",- .JJi.' ."

/ Trinity Episcopal Church..; Meeting h.ld.och week:In the Parish House.' rndude1,,.,K :, Jun. 13 for Information __. '_ ,,or' _.::.-. Iny6Jh'rp.7f' '''I''I.
i Boy Scout Troop 109 each: Tuesday at 7 p.m., "." 'tt.( .; judo Classes. .wilt be held Monday and Thursday nights In Keyston Height ttigh yriencerti} 'I.:; ; ,; ; '?:" ;:'i .,* '

Cub Scout Pock 109 each Monday night at' 6:30 'p.m.' ..' .-,,, h r '. School cafeteria.'Junior classes will$ be held front 6:30-7:30: : p.m.; >*nlar c....... Iron' c. cert wile; ; Numbr.. *... Jocksonvlll!* Coliseum' and Crvte Auditorium' x-433-2 Ico;
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Brownie* meet Monday at 3 p.m. ; < ,'4 730830. :"j HS : Bob .
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l : CplMTSigOo h S < 'Florida Tbotr. '-..2781: Playground $South I-724-6S90; Orlando Carr Center
,. Girl Scout meet' Monday ot 3 p.m ?, 4,\ iBoy' Aerobic Class. era being cH.r.d' A%>ndoy and Wednesday'at :3O o.m...4t30 amt. '1.30V8431! Civic; Center 1.J05.3At.9I'i'8I': lakalond Civic Cetr and Thootr* ,

Chalmers1 meet" .. .Wednesday'r night' ot 7 p.m. .. .'-. .[,; ,.,,; ', 7:30: p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday/ at S:9: p.m.:at the. 'Keyston Fl.igtWa.WoMaA'' ,,". ..81S..11:26i.: iTollohaoe. Civic Center a' J.S'Of'_ |_iiTamBjB' *'Theatr < .
Christmas Centet luH eeroln.Set each Monday ot 7 p.m.through Dec. 21'at ,h.l.k., tj Club Call 473-3784 for further Information-, '?. : .1' r c". \\}; ''' :).'-e9StCurti uHirooHail .1.8t3.223.5Bi1USFSunOamsl, ,. =- -.....,...311 hit y yBaortrad
Butler First United Mp.thodlat Church out Main Street lake Sutler,!* '.#'! ?'rJit''"f 0" .,......-. ,-*_*..:;;"" *. aeekti/ o*' Ihtt St. Mark's Episcopal Church.oorlnhom > '..__ CaHli.f'. ",**""age 72eIt *n ,1ona B.och, ,r.aho4 Ak4UM.r ts.***> '

.. w Thiir4iioy 0t ))1/:30.o.frt..for,lfilo'W'' *'',tall. 2-3'Wl.' /,. ,1'1 ,ii, cacoeHach arauy'ys1: ,:306 784,.. U,c I,' f;.f', rp5' (: : i

HlppdrHM film dub 'lectures a yarl.ty"of films of a contemporary na'ur. eoch: luertls Closes...begln August 29 and w f14s. held every Thursday Btrcafti>, b*..lr .: ,".;'.d.,' ,,,"\ '" .I. .. 'a.. ,

Friday and Saturday night''ot,lh* Hippodrome, 25 SB 2nd.!floe, In, Gainesville.! .. 'ning' at 7 p.m ot the First United ** thot iDt Ourch.'Mal.Slrant. lok fcrttar.Thr. *' ,'.1' ",s.''' ;1't'' '; '.: '" ," ,, ''''', ,rr'I'
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Sweet Peas 1 M CANR THRIFTY MAID ;
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ing Starke Lake Butler at the much since the early 70's that it is The new building is an attractive' '. operate and tough.The formidable ,.
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Starke the large, state-run hospitals like "The building Is very sound and ;: '
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houses a senior center, offers clinic started to stress care in their own told a group of senior citizens who 0 <" .I,.
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ByMarkFrledlin BCT Staff Writer days.Those" treatments, which replacethe ',"bt., Twin: Full, eenor., King: : ,

Principal Dewey McKinney and missing factor in a patients blood nr.t 1 1Padk'
the faculty and students of Bradford and allow it to clot In a normal man- Size Sets .
Middle School in Starke have been ner, are very expensive", up to $115
presented with a plaque "For per injection.Those costs to parentsare
Outstanding Service" by the North what the association Is trying to Bad.n.k Padk p.u Ba $t Ilad.o._ 1k j
Florida Hemophilia'Association. alleviate by attempting to help some BWMQER Padk IIF.N'r Irll'vsd1A4 EXCEL: QAtliSIC'SA'I'I.N' 1IEIUTA8 ROY" ,
fit's a big honor," Principal members of the association get their QUEEN PEDIC MAKER ELE( ROYAIE

McKinney commented. McKinney Is injections for free.' 1'1....... Rqs 119.98 Ndwe.s X.4519545 )4.u.YY ....'U8.98 Maw,YY ....11119.98 I'owod.MMtr.a .......1179.811.11711.98 .I._........ ........11119.811.1119.98 real MaW..e 5s Rq.$51045..0500,96Found.
The association Is to ... .... 1'-- R.51e956
one of several parents in this area attempting 5.5.5 119.811 1'... k..115555 iea1 '1
for donations of whole blood .... lot- -.00
who have sons or daughters who suffer arrange 133tI.90 $.tP1la A80'OOlot. -.00
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from the relatively rare disease. from blood banks from which the sat...I'd...... a 1199.90 sao lot N...Pd... '15540.11IIO.90 lot MAW Pit. 11.00 5 7t1.OO t 4P..... S $550 M 1't. 19040 M P.la $10040 F4 .1hie

"We were glad to be able to help and factors can be extracted. The ex- ...... ...... ........... ........ 5.L....... .......eo ........ ...LN .....hMr. 5575...eo...
I'd members like to personally and students thank here the faculty who traction itself process but association is expensive membersare enoughby ..5.v......_ .........oe.. S.YII..._..... ..1........-. A.Y-. ...... ..,.... Yr.... CL0e T..5aa ...... y_.... 550.0 T... ... ..

helped in efforts." also trying ,,to put together' EXAMPLES BASED ON TWIN SIZE.' COMPARABLE SAVINGS ON FULL, QUEEN,AND KING SIZES
Proceeds from the school's Annual 'agreement with several commercial ',
Student-Faculty Volleyball game manufactuers of the drugs in an at. .n.o'.
were donated by the school to the tempt to make the injections I.TMIJaHIO flat .I.J1P:
association, which is based in cheaper for members. adedoEt'dll 1i ew r2y fl' .1T' ?C4C''a HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
Gainesville and assists victims of Under the terms.of the proposal ,1 ', Famous Doubt -..-.....-o..a.w..r..a.-
the disease, a blood disorder, all members of the association would $ GUARANTEE OVER 200 STORES SERVING TUB SOUTHEAST
'over' the North Florida area. The donate blood to the blood banks" 01 C.mpl. .l. Curs

game is always a big event at the which would then take out the the ..... Monty Back.licked KIM & JAN JOHNSONPeopleWlio
,school and Interestingly enough, it plasma, which is the only part of a e3 Ii" Lj. : <. by ind your by looallr th 128 S. Walnut St. .. Starttt
began as a basketball game. typical blood 'donation' they use -
"We found that most members of anyway, and give remainder to the Cares _9645289Tour .,
the faculty were a little better suitedto drug companies, which would then

play volleyball than basketball," offer the injections at a reduced .. .... .
McKinney says with a twinkle in his price."There.
eye. "A ,little less strenuous you are still several things to j
know." work out before we come to a solu-
McKinney's son has .a slight tion," McKinney said. "We'll be do- '
hemophiliac condition in which his Ing all we can to help until that day." \

:parents must guard against any kind:'.. a r 'i'0' ,
=of cuts or severe bruised tlG.tB not ) ... -- 'a 74..FeaIV/ = ",g" ':''' 'Ii'C'r.. .()o'i ; ir ; ;
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severe an ,,\.A) .:>!. t' .
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tients."My boy' played little league 'r

baseball for the first time last ,STARKE FUN RUN
season and had a great time," -4
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bruises himself slightly we just try
Starke Florida
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if,( alright. If he ,cuts himself, Universal Life Race Time 8:30: a.m.
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on its ,96 .5478 .+1 v for Retarded Citizens'
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I .. Private detectives investigate coiiiiScjtion ofF P initiate: to Colorado rii i. rl ;

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Two private detectives from Col- for the murder of a Jacksonville killer. Both Brown and Fred Cope are ex-: records and court transcripts in- Brown said.
orado made Starke their home last man in 1982. Investigator Bob Brown says the police detectives in Colorda. dicated no physical evidence existedto Toole also committed arson in
week While' seeking information only problem with the eye witnesswas Both said they became interestedin convict Estep and only the "eye- several crimes to which he was con--
from a Florida State Prison inmate, The two investigators from Colorado that she said the man did not the case after hearing Estep's insistence witness" testimony put him behind nected, which matches the ColoradoSprings .
who may have committed a murder Springs want to determine if have a mustache and Estep has a that he had nothing to do bars. situation. "
which has kept their client in jail for Toole killed a Korean massage mustache. with the killing Estep has been before the parole The attorney and private investigators
10 year.' parlor girl on Sept. 19, 1974. Toole Meanwhile, Toole, who looks very Estep claimed-he was at home board twice and each time continuedto became Interested in the
signed a confession to the killing much like Estep, is clean shaven. with his wife when the'murder took maintain his innocence. case about two months ago when
The case involves Ottis E. Toole. Sunday! ,.Sept. 2. Brown said they gave no Informa- place. She confirmed that he was at Cope said after visiting with Toole they were contacted by Estep from It
38, who is accused of killing several tion to Toole about the 197f killing home. for more than IS hours at FSP that state prison In Canon City, Colorado -
persons while drifting across the ,Park J.Estep,3d,was convicted of and came to Florida to Interview Colorado Springs attorney Lyle he had told them things that only a .'Robertson
country. He has been charged with the killing of Sun Ok Cousin,26, bas- him onlv after seeing similarities In Robertson funded much'of the workof person who had been there would Brown and Cope said Monday they
nine murders in'Texas, Louisianaand ed on the identification of a second his pattern of murder and arson. the private investigation after know. would be trying to determine if
Colorado, girl in the'massage parlor,Elizabeth The massage parlor was burned speaking with Est p and being con Toole had previously used a Toole's account of the incident is
Toole was convicted of arson In Leeyoncha, who was also shot. She after the attack on the.two women, vinced that he could be innocent.; 38-caliber pistol in his slayings, the correct and, if so, his confession
Florida and also sentenced to death survived and identified Estep as the Brown- said, *' ". .'\\ff' mj. The investigators said police same type gun used in this case, should free Estep.
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Traffic arrests over the Labor Day rested for driving under the' in- : i ,
weekend sent nine persons to jail on fludence and driving while license SERVICE:> Walter Koerner ,..;1'' 1.1
various charges,according to arrest suspended by Trooper Roberts.' .. : ," 'r 1 ,
records kept by the Bradford County Starke Police Sgt. E.W. Wilkinson Tree removal* '(1/ ) '
Sheriff's Department.Dale arrested James Marchant, 17, for Also pruning demoss. 15 Years Experience ; "
Robert Bowen, 21, was arrested driving under the influence and driv- Ing. :> '

Williams Aug.and 31 charged by Trooper with driving B.A. ing while license suspended.Other Oak FIREWOOD* Pin* ,;'':. Dr. Ronald Dopson Chiropractic ((904)) 954-8013

under the influence and driving Arrests... Free Delivery I .
while license suspended.In Malcolm Charles Bradley, 32, of Licensed& 'Insured Free Health Care Class on Wed. at 2:00 Call for Information .
Starke; Charles Berry Nichols, Lake Geneva was arrested Aug. 31 Quality Work I
24, was arrested' Aug. 31 by for possession of cocaine by Brad Thomas O. N.ttl.. .
Patrolman Dwight Groves for ford County Investigator Don Den- Owner, 496-3823. Chiropractic Receptionist No Charge for Consultation Chiropractic Assistant i

elude reckless a police driving officer.and attempting to- ton.William C. Ramey, 49! was arrested -- Carolyn Hayes Most Insurances Accepted'' Gayle Davis

Another Starke arrested involved for battery by Deputy Samuel.
Riley L.Griffis,26,who was charged Eunice.
with driving under the influence by In a separate 'incident Sept. 2,
Sgt. E.W. Wilkinson. Larry Lewis, 22, was arrested for
George Evon Perry, 33, was ar-' disorderly conduct and resisting ar I
rested Sept. 1 for driving while rest.Lewis was also arrested for aggravated 1ENTRYSdSENTRYSEPTEMBERSALE
license suspended by Brooker Marshal -' assault on Sept.3,after be- Li :
Tommy Raulerson. ing released on bond from the prior I
Donna D. Huyler, 18, was arrested charge. q
Sept. 2 for driving under the in- Sylvester Lott, 28, was arrested '
fluence. for aggravated assault and battery I
Charles Lee Little.. 24, of Clay by Starke policeman David Crum.
County was arrested for driving
while license suspended Trooper

William Brooker Abrams.Marshal Tommy Rauler-' Hardware Sale/ Ends: September, 1984 __,

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l / Suwannee River Folk Festival Set ,I


: The,Suwannee'River Jamboree 16< every Saturday night inside a large musician M.C., and ,comedian;
rkit be held at Stephen Foster State Folk tobacco warehouse before an audience Leroy and his band,
Culture Center, Sept. 15-16, will be a of up to 1,000 people. Ocala leader of the old Melody
'homecoming' for many of the Coming to take part in the two day Rangers; J.M. Morgan leader of the
original musicians who took part in Jamboree 'homecoming'. sponsoredby old White Springs Ramblers and his
this popular North Florida country the Department of State's Florida son, Alan, White Springs; The Nor-
music radio stage show. Folklife Programs, will be Johnny ria Sisters originally of White Springs
The first show took place In 1952 Bonds, a member of the old Suwannee now residing in Jacksonville.The .
inside the high school auditorium in River Playboys now playing Stephen Foster State Folk
Live Oak, with 16 entertainers per- with the Suwannee River Five, Live Culture Center Is located on U.S. 41
forming aiVi hour show once a Oak; Betty Ann Ellison?Lee.' better in White Springs a miles north of
Ari T+ua month. By 1954, it grew to over 40 known as "Bertha Lou and Lake City and three miles east off.
performers doing a 3 hour show "Cousin" Clare Parker also of Lee. 1-73 via SR 136. .
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Robert;' Little Dorothy Little, Nancy, Moskovitz, festival 1

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Second place winners included stained glass; Francis Moore for Edith Alexander for basketry; Big 'Enough to Serve You' ;;' ,, '. :
Alice for primitives Larry Davis for Yolanda Bates for and
Murphree her watercolor; ; Jewelry Lynn: "
Alfred Cornwell for his marquetry acrylics; Edith Alexander for Russell for pottery. .:: USED TRUCKS USED CARS
booth;; Bryan Smith for watercolorand basketry and Beth Bloodsworth for Third place winners included .
Paula Crossley for her and watercolor. Keystone's Diana Fava for jewelry;
pen a SEE RON BOB OR'JiM. "
ink, drawings. First place winners in the three Ronald Marr for feather ''craft: ::,
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page but we know that is normal for any servicesUIomemaker( Services and
"It has the best insulation we could new building and we have a Community Care for,the ),"
put into it so it should be very effi, checklist of things to improve for the Fertig said. "Some of our Elderly activitieswil '. I
cient to maintain as well. The roof contractor which are being workedon be much larfer than We have the
we put on this building is a 59(-year now. We expect to have all the space for here invites to
roof not 15 but 50. It should be. kinks out in just a couple of weeks.A Clifford said however that federal you our
around for a while." new forensic program we will offer government requirements for the i, -i I
The new facility offers space for should be starting soon as well." funding of the new building man- ,
eight therapists on the staff, two Services operating from the new dated that the two other services be .
psychologists and a new office for guidance clinic a Homemaker Ser placed in the same section of the Second Annual; .
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Director Lennon. vice Community Care for the Elder ,building with the senior ctizens club .
"The big difference between this ly and a telephone calling service for and called the present space for the' V
new building and our older one will .the elderly who live alone at home. senior citizens 'a good beginning".
be much more privacy for the patients Seniors Not Satisfied "We already have more space for CommunityAppreciation '
who come here," Director The Bradford Senior Citizens the senior citizens than we bed .
Lennon said. "It was hard to give a Club headed by President Harry money to build," Clifford said. "If .'
private counseling session in the Fertig, visited the building for the we didn't put the two other services
cramped quarters of the old buildingand first time Tuesday and, in a conversation in the same wing with the senior
we hope this new structure will with Clifford said didn't have citizens we couldn't have built the Day
encourage some people who may enough room for their organization's. structure at all its that simple. In ,
have needed the services all along activities. the future, when funding becomes ,
but were hesitant about coming to "The room we have been given is available, we hope to expand out
see us in the old building. There area too small and we have to share our senior citizen's portion of the Saturday, September 8 1984
few bugs in the building of course, space with two other building accordingly." ,

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Sransported to prison Friday, Aug. Starke. ran into Toth's car. to mend broken bones suffered SK-16 when she collided with after the headon crash. when
at, after his appeals for courts,to Both were charged with vehicular : in an automobile accidenton an AMC Jeep traveling west. another westbound vehicle
[overturn his conviction for vehicularOIl'lclde homicide, manslaughter by Miller was later fired from the Aug. 17.Eaves Three 'passengers in the jeep driven by Edwin A. Cone 24; of
"* were rejected negligence and manslaughter by intoxication police department in a separate inci 19, will remain In Robert'Magyari, Linda Thomas Starke struck the Eaves In the
Nelson B. Jackson, 38, was taken dent. Miller said the firing was Orange Park Humana Hospital and Barbara Thomas were rear
I I to the Lake Butler prison by Brad- A Bradford County Jury found related to the accident and asked to until she is strong enough to get hospitalized due to injuries, but
1 *prdCounty deputies Miller not guilty and found Jackson retain his job A hearing examiner into a wheelchair by herself, her all have since been released. An FSP spokesman said no
guilty of vehicular homicide. agreed that Miller should be mother Carolyn Eaves, said Miss Eaves reported she was charges had been filed in the accidents -
s,Jackson and another officer,'Jerry Jackson received a three-year reinstated by Police Chief Jimmy Wednesday. waiting to turn left onto SR-230 pending further In-
,Miller, were both charged after they prison sentence. Bowen refused to rehire him That "That's no easy task because when she was struck from the vestigation. Miss Eaves has not
$/ re'involved in an accident in Prosecutors said both men hadbeen case has been filed in circuit court, both large bones in her legs were' rear pushing her 72 Volkswageninto yet been would: ,thetrooper
p umber. 1982 which resulted in .ririnklni onH w.r.. raring their but no date for hearing has been set. broken plus the ankle. One arm the Jeep. Highway patrol who said he watt,
was also broken leaving only one reports do not have informationon until shehad, comfortably;
healthy arm to maneuver.with" on collision\ or the driven. recovered from injuries. ,,', '',"-;%.
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Stivers of
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25, at North Florida
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his eight grandchildren. "I' "
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Gainesville stepmother, Porter Class :;
following an Louisville, Ky.; and two grandchildren Funeral services were held at
Extended, Born in illness.Baker County, Mrs: Net. Mrs. Sandra Lee Mundy graveside Friday, Aug.31,at 3 p.m: Join us for fun-filled exercising In the pool.This method of exercise works well and'provides '
with the Rev. Gene Keith
lies was the daughter of the late and Buford Newell, Ga.Funeral Alan Young, both of Burial was in Eliam Cemetery officiating.in less stress on the body. Register early; enrollment, Is limited. -, '
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Jewry: Shaw. She attended schools in a.m. Saturday services, Aug.were 30 held, in at the 11 Home of Starke in charge' of arrangements FEE: $18.00 preregistration' S j" ': \;faAquasize l .
he Baker County School system; DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev j $20.00 at.the door ; !,.
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"Sn moved to Union County in 1930; was at Friedlin'officiating.a later date In' Rest Haven I 6 WEEK SESSION: ;y
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s. Nettles was a member of the. 6 p.m.. to 7 p.m beginning
hurch ints. of Jesus Christ of Latter Day .' '" Monday, September 10. This VK'\ JUiv m lilggclass

:,Survivors include her husband, Halrplariesbv Alan is coordinated by they
th S. Nettles, Sr. of Lake City; BH Center for Health P' MI. """' .
{tree daughters,Mrs.Mary Frances Erman C Leavitt
Chester Leavitt, of Price and Fitness. ... '.. _
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rolyn Pearce, Elkton, Fla. and Earlton,died Wednesday Aug.29,In 1/2 Call BH Center for J ;
8. Sara Kate Hygema, Jackson-- the V.A. Hospital In Gainesville.Born Discount
\tile; four sons, Joe L. Nettles in teague, W. Va.,," Mr. Health and Fitness ,
arles E. Nettles, Earl Nettles and Leavitt had lived in Florida for the PERM SALE at 9644210 to reglstei '
th S. Nettles,Jr., all of Lake City; past 27 years. He served in the.U.S. or stop by 922 East Call' .'
ro brothers, J.L. Shaw, San Diego, Marine Corps during WW U He was '
'alif. and Ben Shaw, Swainsboro, of the Church of God faith. Rep.,38.up Now$19 Up Street, Starke from "
ia.; five sisters, Mrs. Iris Hall, Iva, Survivors include his wife, Vallie' 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday.
.C., Mrs. Mary Walworth, Dothan, Mae Leavitt of Earlton; three' ns" by Appt.Only through Friday. + p ""t.
ila., Mrs. Rosa Lee Nettles, Ft. E.G. Leavitt, Jr. of Waldo, Earl B: 9644645Located R
Vhite, Mrs. Florida Cann, Iva, S.C. Leavitt of Melrose,,. and Sgt. Tom .
'rid Mrs. Velma Chappel Green- Leavitt of Biloxi, Miss.; two ted In the Bradford Hospital, Inc.,and the t .
/Ood, S.C.; 18 grandchildren and daughters Mrs. Vance(Betty) Ellerof Merle Norman Building BH Center for Health and Fitness are members '
Rockwell, N.C. and Mrs. Reid 118 S.Thompson St. Starke
:wo great grandchildren. < of Santa Fe Healthcare, Systems! Inc.
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work or school, people are looking for something out of the ordinary on sent in by A.L. Monroe. to.get your tastebuda, in gear, for the holidays. egg whites .
the table at meal times. ; 1 ( ; Stir In milk or orange juice, rum, vanilla and salt. '
The following deliciously unusual main course dish was sent in by A.L. / ,"j't"t%, Holiday EggNog .Chill.Serve with whipped cream and grated nutmeg,if desired. Makes
Monroe and would be perfect to turn a ho-hum dinner into a meal with 'fl'a'' ;): approximately 13 cups. .
; Substitute and 1/2 for
pizazz. 1\ :' I' Variations tops rum flavoring rum.
6 eggs,separated 4'-. 3/4 cup sugar
Chicken Spaghetti 2 qts.milk ororangejulce 1/2 cup rum Thank You: to A.L. Monroe and Gayle Murphy for these recipes.

1 (3Ib.) broiler/fryer,cut up Up:salt I teaspoon salt ."< ,' 1 teaspoon vanilla Anyone who would like to share their'recipes with our readers, please ,.
', send them to: Marica Goodge, Union County Times 150 Main Street;
1 (4 os.) can mushrooms tsp.oregano Combfne yo1k8 Mix until thick lemon.
egg .and 1/4 cup sugar and Lake Butler, 32054. "
1 medium onion,chopped I clove garlic;crushed
1 (lS oz.) can tomato sauce 4 ozs spaghetti
3/4 cup water 1/4 tsp.hot pepper sauce
2 tblsps.oil grated Paremsan cheeseIn

a dutch oven, brown the chicken in the oil. Add garlic and onion and
saute.Stir in the water,tomato sauce. and mushrooms,with oregano,salt,
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and pepper sauce. -
Cover and bake at 350 degrees (F) for 30 minutes. Stir In the spaghetti. w
Cover and bake 30 minutes longer or until tender, stirring occasionally.Top .
with Parmesan cheese and serve. The Chicago. River Register $10000 7-ist Prizes ices 7-4th Prizes STP*
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If you have a yen for Chinese food, A.L. Monroe suggests this pepper by Lake water Michigan flowin5. In from $25000 Grand 7-3rd Prizes Fisher Cameras With Magnavox
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3 cups soy sauce 2 tblsps coarse chopped ginger

1/3 cup rice wine(optional) land 1/2 cups sugar 'S ".... .. II '" .. .. .
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1 clove coarse chopped garlic !b.[tt .tl ;f/f rJrlfit' r r
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1 II-oz. can mandarin oranges QUART .

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cream cheese stand at room temperature until softened. In a Regularly 1.15. Deluxe Regularly:3 For M. 3.5 oz: Regularly 1.49. All temperature
medium sized mixing bowl, beat cream cheese until light and fluffy. 1'tI.. 10W40 i motor all bar soap. Limit 4.1KNEE. detergent. Limit 2.
Beat in sugar, add nuts and mandarin oranges and stir until well mix- .
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a lighter dessert idea she suggests this fruit salad.. recent nationwide study
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total use cost of carpet in commercial -
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2 small cans mandarin oranges less than non-carpeted floors.In nuranruca
I large can fruit cocktail 1/2 cup pecans other words, carpet}1 costs
1 large package miniature marshmallows ;
less when all factors
are con-

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in large bowl. Refrigerate and serve cold. Three factors were con- '
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Gayle Murphy sent in this dessert idea for a sheet-cake from scratch much it costs'to install. 2. How Brand name health and Regularly 1.19. Pack of 2 Men's Frult-Of The-Loom.
that is as good as Texas is big. beauty aids Including Dial, queen size or pack of 3 3 Me.Men's Tees. .5.50
long It, ,will last. 3. What will it Jergen L'Oreal&more. regular size pantyhose 3 Pk. Boys' Briefs. .3.60 9 9
Texas Sheet Cake cost to maintain. Some

400,000 square feet of Compare 3
carpeted floor space in com- EACH
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1/2 Isp.salt fudged by intitial cost alone. AND PANTS

2 beaten eggs ." 1/2 cup sour cream Length of life'and Easy care short
1 tsp. baking soda 2 maintenance costs must aTsobe
sleeve peasant tops
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II Grant.. recaps"r:8'- 384kg1lative" / session".' for Rotations," :" ,. ., I I
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f spoke to the Lake Butler Rotary , .",.,.+.JI' .... t deaths., mistake. "I voted for it and regretAfter discussing: olhM bills and ac-
Club recently concerning the '. ,,'. Hd said that a bill which would ted it Immediately. It's the chicken floss of the paat legislative session,
past
legislative session. \ "1', give legislators immunity against way out. We should be responsible Sen. Grant Joined the Rotarians in
Grant la the senator for district Sand 1 ', (7, prosecution for what they say was a for our own actions" said Grant. closing ceremonies.
was returned to I'f'l4'' '. ,
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past legislative, "It depends on your ,
prospective whether it Was good or "
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bad. I heard "
one person who said the
most productive thing we did was to CALCULATORS
h get out on lime." U
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needed, to be done to "streamline 'lfl.z. ,. .
working habits, and eliminate J : '1""w../ ,'1'<"' $ 99'- <
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wasted time. <, '
He said he'thinks the next session 'f* :: from ** up
I will see a trend,toward"tougher ad- ,
I f, ministration" where the way in 1'I ,Select from .'
which the Senate conducts business
i might be changed to ,make the Sharp Swlntec' Casio *, Victor
: government working hours more !
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productive.Grant + ,
said that he was "not sure t '
;i how North Florida Is going to fare in OUR FEATURES THIS WEEK
future sessions, South Florida is taki i! -'OJ'

"i; ing the reins in the legislature." %..-_. :. t
Grant told the Rotarians that the
attention to the teacher merit
issue is "bloated In senses/" Senator Bill Grant '
some
:' He said he, feels the "ladder" by :,'Victor! 800 Heavy DutyOffice SwlntecOffice (; a We RepairCalculators:
which teachers who,/considered health care'costs "is almost'to the agricultural interests that t talked to ,
better than others would be paid point of a national disgrace. It costs said they could live with It/' he said. .CalculatorReg. Calculator :
more, "would divide the teachers" so>>much to keep someone healthy." He said they had attempted to reppeal I '
"How do you determine which ,Grant said that one elderly man the unitary tax; laws, but failed.'There' 139., Reg. '139. We'R'e'n't'
teachers are better?" he asked. "In had come Into his office who was on Is a rallying cry against a :
some areas this can be" determined social security and had managed to taxes and this was a hurry-up issue. $ 1,1 goo $'1' 1900
in others it can't. save $25.000. "He got sick and was, We didn't need it and we still don't.It Sale Sale CalculatorsTypewriters' ,
( He said that what the teachers sick for two years and spent all of it. is designed ,to raise about.$90
'knew, but legislators forgot to ask, He decided not to go back to the doctor million and it will only raise ,about .
was that it takes more ability to because he didn't like!to obligate $50, million:" '. ; .
teach slow learners and under- himself for something he can't pay," Grant said that some 2,000 motorCycle : Cash Registers
motivated children. Although these said Grant. riders came to lobby the
students may exhibit less actual '"It's difficult to assess the blame. legislature against requiring themto
gain, it takes better teaching'to It's a stalemate between the lawyersand wear helmets. "One said he felt By TOM, Swlntec.&IBM '. By Max, Towa, Swintec, '
acheive that gain. the medical profession.We havea mature enough to ride without a 't. 'v
He said that what he would like see very litigious society we sue each helmet,but he had no insurance. If USED /.' .
done, is not a merit teacher'''programs other at the drop of a hat.",He said the state is going to have to pay his
but a merit school program this wasn't good, "but at the same medical bills then the state should -., Our
where the entire school could compete time we need tq be compensated for require him tp wear a helmet," said
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against itself, trying to move' the wrongs done to us" Grant. NEW Special' N
farther ahead each year, "instead of:' '"We should all be responsible for He said the issue to raise the
teachers' competing. against each our' own actions., There i must be drinking age from 19, to 21 didn't Featuring is a
..other." some middle ground! he Said. make it out of committee, "I wish it SCM '
"Some'teachers are better at what "This IS a big, broad problem,and had, I would have voted for it.", I MAXElectronic
they do than others," Said Grant, no one Is sure yet how we're going to Grant said he' was proud to have 2500 '
"Teachers get tired of being accused, deal with itsaid Grant mention- helped pass a bill on' teaching
of .incompetencyj Some are Incompetent Ing that an In-depth study Is due in teachers to recognize signs of severe .'Reg. .
?, just as'some lawyers February from a special commission stress in 13-19 year olds. "There are RegisterTAE
some doctors and some businessmenare appointed to investigate health 200 suicides per year In Florida and 399"
incompetent. But, if we get care costs. "It's time we dealt with 6,000\ in the nation among young people SALE'' $ '
serious about certification'and re-' this problem," he said. of those ages and we don't know ,198 "
certification of teachers we, can Grant said the wetlands bill was how, many.more are camoflaged. OFFICE $36900"
eliminate those that are not truly supposed to protect and recharge he said. a,
competent,'and those remaining we the state's drinking water and main Grant said the bill was not going to SHDP '
can pay a living standard.,We really tain an ecologlcically ballanced en- solve the problems in the younger; r \ .
don't pay teachers: enough," vironment. He said 'the wetlands son's home and personallife, We Service Electronic Cash ;;>:? ,
need protection because"there Is so not the government's place to do MOW. "St. ,
Grant said that he recently spent ,much pressure of people moving In. that" but it may help. "I began to 964-5764 ,
some time in a .class of second We lose 2.178 acres every 10'days.We study the issue and met parents of &
graders, "By the third hour, I was have 30,000 new residences every children' who have.taken their own Starke,Flo./ Registers Typewriters.,, f.
ready to commit ,hari-kari. There month." lives. The trauma is indescribeable No Travel Charges ,'., *':i" \
was one smart aleck but she "We must help protect the qualityof almost unspeakable. There are cer. ? ?
.(teacher) dealt with It in a mature life and find a way to preserve it lain warning signs of severe emoJ' o We Rent Typewriters' Cash Regis t !i!;',:' '..
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ay' without infringing on other constitu- tional distress that teachers should i _
fr rrs? 'be ', ; ,l, : 11. N.l'rvti'. ,;II' {trlt '
; i UletgriCsiucb as the right to own taught to recognize. This should A r 6j.., ,
t riwoWd TMAftoiCfIJ 1'11'nd1lS8,. ?"' ).'CIU'"r-help-eortall, some ofthese-feemrga ,i i 79i0t lllllllHIIII.i i.'h" LM'tab. rig$C"....Nynl.... .,+e.tl, :.i.i'i.3pt ..>1,;
certainly be an incompetent ? wisiY' he saia;; .. : ,
school teacher," said Grant, ''I "The regulatory power is far too -
couldn't endure what they have to broad. We need to review this act. """ MnBHHBnMnBMHHHHHHHi HC Ka LA. n
endure every day." It's not Just'as we would like it," he
Grant said that "most legislators ,said.
go ill equipped to deal with "I don't think It's too punitive,on. 'JNornmn's Market'
something as complicated as educa. agriculture if I had I wouldn't't have
tion." voted for it," said Grant.. .
Grant said that the Issue of rising' "The people who have,
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