Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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City Looking] ,at $2.8 Million Package for Power Tie, Sewer ImprovementsA

$2.8 million package, described as the city's leaking sewer lines. Bonds or bond anticipation notes will pense, because the notes probably won't be sold by then. bonds whether all were ever sold would be a different
"Christmas list" to expand and Improve the Starke elec- be sold for the electrical work. ,A $721,000 grant from the Attorney Terry Brown explained to the commissioners matter. Attorney Brown said the validation process is
that three months long, and should be started as soon as possi-
trical and sewer systems I Is before the city; commission U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will finance the the money figures represent a "Christmas list.

I after a Monday, July ,,26, .meeting with engineers and a sewer improvent of the, but the city must put ,up 25 percent or Engineer Don Kuckman explained there is no federal ble.Construction of the power tie will take 18 months, said

focal agent. some $320,000 $721,000 grant funding expected for the $330,000 of repairs to the sewer engineer Stein of R.W. Beck & Co.
After than two hours of discussion the city commission The package also includes] cost of purchasing nuclear
more lines. That has been eliminated from eligibility in the EPA 30
Ruckman repeated the need for $230,000 by Sept. as
agreed to ask that $3 million in bonds be capacity from FPL and fees to attorneys fiscal agent and
grant Ruckman said the city has been moved from
the city's part of the EPA grant.
which total Construction cost of the
validated. The amount is more than will be needed. The engineers $223,000. number 3 or 4 in eligibility down to number 587.
request will be submited to the fiscal agent Fisher Allen two-way power tie is set at $1.7 million, plus $250,000 for "That money will be on hand. We can certify the money
Johnson i" Burke of St.Petersburg. first year interest is figured into the package which totals Improvement of.the efficiency of the treatment plant, will be here" said clerk Tucker."Neilwhat's .
Purpose of the meeting, according to City Clerk Neil 28815001. The council decided to allow for some unex- by converting it as an anerobic to an aerobic system is
I Tucker was to get a money figure,for thq city to present to pected expenditures and to ask for validation of$3 million still included. EPA has decided the treatment efficiency is your bottom line? You want a motion to
begin the bonding proposal. Present for the meeting was in bonds. a better route than speadmg the effluent on the old airporton decide...? Commissioner Schaefer asked, then moved to
I electrical engineer Steve Stein of R.W. Beck & Co. for the City Clerk Tucker has been' touting a 5-year payoff of US-301 with an spray irrigation system as once was validate $3 million in bonds. Schaefer's motion got no se
electrical] side, engineers Don Ruckman and Jim Lucas of bond anticipation notes. Tucker wants to avoid a lengthy planned by the federal agency. cond.
I Bessent Hammock 4 Ruckman for the sewer Improvements 20-year bond issue unless bond interest rates fall to around "Are we sure $3 million will do the job?" asked Mayor
and Don Moody of Lake City who six percent. City commissioners who have just begun Engineer Ruckman said he doesn't see how it can be Vernon Silcox. Ruckman said the figures represent a
represented the fiscal agents. work on the 82.83 budget are waiting for clerk Tucker to determined now whether the city will sell bonds or bond "
Plans of the city council include a two-way electricalwith show them how to achieve the 5-year payoff. anticipation notes (BANS). If interest is high when the city "round estimate.
I Florida Power & Light so the city can get the best The city must come up with its 25 percent matching goes into the bond market notes will be preferable, if Interest Attorney Bown said a motion was needed I to approve the
i deals offered in selling and buying electricity and to improve funds, or $230,000, by Sept. 30. Council members said they is low a bond issue might be best, Ruckman said. proposed expenditures and the anticipated cost- "Your
1 efficiency of the sewer treatment plant and patch' probably will take out a short term loan to cover that ex Clerk Tucker said the city ought to validate $3 million in Christmas list."

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It looks like another week of the same hot days with rain predictedthrough Corrotpondontt. . . .Page a'

the weekend. Sport . . . . .Papa 7.' i i
The forecast today (Thurs., July 29)) calls for mostly cloudy skies with a Logal. . . . . .Pogo 12 i *
50% chance of rain in the afternoon and a 30% chance in the evening. "
The four day forecast looks the same, with cloudy, hot days and a 50%
chance of rain in the afternoons and 30% in the evenings. SECTION BOblruarlo >

It rained every day in Bradford County since July 22, with some areas<< *. . . . .Pagol 2,3
only receiving a trace. July' 24 recorded the most rainfall with 1.85 10- N.w. Brlol. . . . Pago 7 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
ches. Total July rainfall will be reported next week. Claiilflod/ . . . .Pag....*
103rd Year STARKEFLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
52nd Issue Thursday. July 29. 19112 L'SPS 0ti2-700<


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RegisterFor 7 'It'j' /

PrimaryJust "".t:J'.

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one week remains in which to q' ,\
register to vote in the first primary v
expenses still $198,000 over an Office supplies$200( ( and the Mosquito
Sept. 7 and the second primary Sept. :
) ticipated income clerk Gib Brown Control director's sa lary was cut $aoo.'

21.The Bradford County elections office and the county commissioners are The seven percent salary; increasesfor
is Monday-Friday from 9 hoping the carry-over funds will be county; employees is still in the
until open sufficient to balance the budget. proposed budget. No elected official's
a.m. 5 p.m. The office will also
be open Saturday Aug. 7, from 9 a.m. Brown said Monday night July 26, budget was cut back to 19U1-82 levels
to 5 p.m. he and assistant Esther Ellerson will either. But some funds such as

There are now 7,782 registeredvoters total up the carry-over funds at the recreation the hospital and
in the. county, an increase of end of the month and see if there is volunteer fire departments were cut
1,297 voters since the last election in enough to cover the $198,000 overex- back to last year's level of spending.
1980. Over 250 voters registered in the penditure. Any further knifing would For instance the hospital will get
past 30 days. mean cutting services county $118,904 the same amount It got last
People are moving into the county residents are used to. or cutting personnel year despite requesting much more.
t moving away from the big cities andfrom ], the clerk pays Recreation .funds have been sliced "

the crowded and cold north "We will have to cut services next from $30,000 requested back to the
Carol Milner of the of 81-82 amount of $8.000. I
says and nobody wants to do that, Brown I
elections office plus quite a few wv.... r-v i** w said. If there is any way the countycan Brown said he has budgeted every ,
18-year-olds are registering.The '" T. operate with carry-over plus bit of revenue some 214.000 expected
books close Aug. 7 for the first .I"td from the new sales tax( plus $129.MX( )
Shots and Drops .. some $200,000 interest earned byBrown's
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and second primaries. Anyone .. .;i" .,) 1'1\.... investment of county funds Bradford will get because of the newpenny
Not So Bad... : t 'f, of sales tax won't raise $20
registering after Aug. 7 will be kept ,/ '. over the past year, the clerk said per
off the voter list until the general elec- Some 500 students who have still not .7'' me--' 1 r: that's what the commission will do. head. Those were the largest revenue
; : increases the will receive in
tion Nov. 2. gotten their Immunizations to enter i'1,4? ; county
Seven races are set for the Sept. school which starts Aug. :.10, will be :... .. ', Some $900,000 has already been cut 82-83.
primaries in the county and the city of happy to see that Tammy Lynn 13, p fl' from 1982-3 budget requests cutting The county is bound by a property
Starke. Starke's first primary is Sept. and Kim Wimpy. 10, got through It '" "\, ', ,. \.. % /1 budget requests back to their 1981-82 tax limit of 9.43 mills the roll buck
14, a week later than the county and okay. ". .. t ; I levels. The county operating budgets figure certified by Property Appraiser -
state.Plus. Kim said the salty tasting drops for '. '" ..4 ,"t' ._ "' exclusive of debt service and other set Jimmy Alvarez to bring in the
all the big state offices from polio Immunization "tasted awful!" : ,. '.I" expenditures, now total some $2.2 same money as last ;>ear's millage
the governor on down the Dist. 21 Tammy didn't look too certain about .,,- ., &,,,.',...., '-, r\ million, according to Ms. Ellerson. levy, because of the new sales tax.

state (House post and the Dist. 5 state Joyce Kiherd. the county health nurse : .. < ". .', JI.. Monday night's session was the second The board voted July 14 to set 82-83:
Senate post, and the U.S. House of supervisor giving her an MMR shot. ,:. .. budget workshop of the past millage at the 9.43 mill rollback figure
Representatives Distrct 2 post all But neither came out worse for the :'f' : : ,: week and the third to date. At last and to notify Property Appraiser
have candidates running in the Sept. 7 ; Alvarez that Aug. 30 will be the date
Thursday night's session the board
first ," for the first of
primary.At Florida law requires that allstudt'nts. :.1. /,": instructed the clerk to write all coun- required public

the local level the races are: grades K-12. entering school .Ms";.:' ,,.,.,1.'iII'r. 'J.:. ".'..... ty officials asking for them to ex- hearings on the proposed budget The
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County commission: District 2, In- second hearing has to be held within
Aug. 30. 1982 be fully Immunized 'i. amine their budgets for cuts that
cumbent E.L. (Nook) Norman and against polio diphtheria, pertussis, '. \ ,.t,:: could possibly be made. The officials 15 days after the first. The commission -
newcomer Les Whitehead. District 4. .y "' must
adopt tentative
tetanus OPT) and measles +- a budget
mumps responded by slicing $15,830 from
Incumbent E.W. Hodges andchallenger 'l prior to Aug. 30 and then final
and Rubella CI\IMIU. This Includes Iffl.i' their budget requests. Tax Collector give
Bill Alderman. students entering school for the first > : Esther Hall reported to clerk Brown approval after the second public hearing -
School "'"
board: District incumbent time, all students school I .
re-entering ; she reviewed her budget and reportedshe .
Arthur Gaskins and challenger Judy Alvarez office notices of the
and students transferring from other felt her office needs the amount says
Becker. In District 2, Incumbent counties or states. t,,,.' '! to Aug. 30 hearing on the budget will be
Patricia Spengler Is challenged by With 500 students yet to be im L : -:'sr'- 'rK. requested operate efficiently. mailed after midAugust.This .

munized. Mrs. Rlherd requests they Sheriff Dolph Reddish deleted year the county commissioncan
See Primary... P.12A) $1,800 from his budget the clerk raise
not wait until the last minute to come new taxes only if 15 percent
In. Free Immunizations are offered at $2,500 the zoning office's auto of the prior ;year's tax revenue would
the Health Dept. on Wednesdays from allowance budget was cut $3,200 communication exceed 60) percent of the new sales lax
8-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30: p.m. and auto allowance and travel revenue. In that case the county
Fridays from H-H.-30 a.m. was cut $500 and repairs and would increase taxes as much as 15ISee
4i 'fPf maintenance $4,126 and office sup-

plies $150 elections looo.. Veteran'sThe Co.Hoping..., IMZAI

Higher Rates in Offing for City Water and Sewer Service I

A rate-increase of 20 in rates customer
percent a using 5,000 gallons
$721.000 in improvements are under
which larger users sire, targeted is in would pay $3.10 plus 45 cents times
the EPA Engineers and the
I't' the offing as the City of Starke movesto five $2.25, or a total water bill of$3.10'plus council talked grant.about letting the water
make its water and sewer services $2.25 or $6.75, an increase of$1.75 Compare of the
system carry part sewer
selfsupporting.The month
per or 35 percent.
system debt. The rates proposed split
$721,000 federal grant the city Using 10,000 gallons of water would Current Rates Versus Proposed Increase the debt load about evenly said
SATURDAY. July |1 thinks it will receive from the U.S. see the cost go to$3.10 plus 10 times 45 Lucas who also presented rate structures -
PLANT SHOW Environmental Protection requiresthat cents $4.50 or a total of $7.60. Under with the sewer system carrying
law'., Correction Inttltuto each city service be self- current rates 10,000 gal. of water RESIDENTIAL CURRENT PROPOSED INCH EASE all the load.A .

1AMto4PMKIWANIS supporting, council members point costs the $5 minimum plus 5 times 35 Water5,000ga1.$5 $5.30. . . .up 6%

.'. ., out. The council voted 5-0, following a cents, $1.75 or $6.75. Moving from Water 10,000 gal . .'. .$6.75 $7.60 . . .up 12.6% session with the large water users
MOVIE DAY lengthy work session Monday night $6.75 to $7.60 is a 12.6 percent in is needed for the council to explain
"Fllppor .Sl.2S July 27, to have engineers draw up an crease. Sewer Service 5.000 gal.$6 $9.65 . . .up 60% why it is necessary; to raise the sewer

10 AM Florida Thoatro ordinance with the new rates. Therewon't 4,000 gallons of water now costs $5 Sewer Servlce10,000gal.$6 $15.40 . . up 156: % and water rates. Engineer Ruckman I

be any new rates however un- per month. Under the propose rates pointed out the rates are not being
MONDAY. AIIO. 2 til the grant comes through and the 4,000 gal. would cost 1 times COMMERCIAL raised now.Engineer. .

. VACATION BIBLI SCHOOL sewer several improvements months from are under.way- 45 cents $1.80 or a$3.10rIUS$4.90, a Sewer Service 5,000 gal. . .$8 $8.50. . . .up 6% Lucas said the council

Morgan Aug. 2.4t Rd.o:4S Bopllit PM Church. PM New rates proposed now.for water are a and decrease Ruckman of 10 cents.explained Engineers that Lucas 4,000 Sewer Service 10,000 gal. .$8.70 $15.40. .. . up 77% yearly.should update its cost of operation

Call '....636' for traniportatlon base charge of $3.10 plus 45 cents per gallons is about the break-even mark

1,000 gallons per month. That is an in- under the current rates and the proposed would pay $3.90 plus 10 times $1.15, increases are aimed at the The state Department of En-
BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS crease from the current $5 minimumfor rates. $11.50, or a total of $15.40 under the larger users. Residents using 4,000 vironmental Regulation needs a
MEETING. 1:30: AM 5,000 gallons plus 35 cents per 1,000 New rates proposed for sewer service proposed sewer rates. Under current gallons of water or less per month resolution or statement from the city
.a gal. over 5,000. are a base charge of $3.90 plus sewer rates the 10,000 gal. a commercial won't be hit too hard. It's a switch of about the rate increase which will
MUTING COUNCIL. 54.5 percent of the 1,870 sewer and $1.15 per 1.000 gallons of water. Current user pays an $8 minimum plus 35 the former custom of charging less make the systems self-supporting I
PM water uses in the city will be below residential rates for sewer ser, cents per 1,000 gal. above 7,500 for volume. The proposed rate charge before it can approve the step 3 grant i
VACATION mall SCHOOLSt. the 20 percent increase and some 45 vice is a flat $6 per month.A gallons, times 80 percent, or $8.70. Going the same for volume. application and send it to the federal
percent above engineers Jim Lucas from $8.70 per month to $15.40 is a EPA office in Atlanta Lucas said. !
Eplccopal Church and Don Ruckman of Bessent Hammock 4,000 gallon residential user .77 percent increase. "That's getting into the businesses. The rates will go Into effect only when
Aug. J-tz :30: PM ':30 PM and Ruckman of Jacksonville would pay $3.90 plus $1.15 times 4, The average household doesn't use the council decides, Lucas added.
Everyone Invited $4.60 or a total of $8.50 a 42 percent "
told the 4,000 gallons said
city council, when questioned increase the For larger users the proposed Mayor Vernon Commissioner
over present $6 per Silcox. Jimmy Crosby ask-
I ESU DAY, Aua. J by Mayor Vernon Silcox. It will be the month.A sewer rates simply go higher as water The ed how many water meters are faulty
first sewer and water rate increase usage goes up. A laundry operator new rates will encourage con-
COUNCIL now. Director
since Sept. 1976. the 5,000 residential servation pointed out engineer Jim Merrill Dees
MEETING 7 PM engineers said. gallon user might find himself paying $400 per said not very that
Lucas. many most have
would be charged $3.90 plus $1.15 month for
.. .b- water and sewer service. been
repaired. With
Under present rates, a customer us- times 5, $5.75 or a total of$9.65 an Increase -. Hardest hit will be businesses There is the rates based I
AMERICAN using little
LEGION POST M debt service on water
ing 5,000 gallons of water or less of 63 in the consumption it is Imperative ,
720 Edward Rood I PM pays percent. large amounts of water, such as water system. The sewer that the
a $5 minimum. Under the proposed A 10,000 gallon residential user motels and system will water meters fund. j
carry a heavy debt load the tion properly said Crosby. ;

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s( Increases''' ih Revenue Sharing And Sales Tax

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""7 ;:' F4n Helps' 'flier: : Council<> Balance '82-83 Budgetby :

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H tarry ogle ,J>vBCTStyff up $13 i ,49e? from. $21,708: $ iii !Pv! 1 t<\ home garnet the Brooker Dixie Youth
Wtltel'I, $15,20 Ip,8x. teams play with other teams from the '
The Hrm.kiT City (-.i, into City; Clerk Unrfd Robijts' in brought Clarke Rec. Department capu! <;s. i
vTfew problems J balancing +M I it: to the,attention oftfcp coim'cit\ mat Another increase was added to the Vacation
$7.88: >>; proposed+ budget ,att.a;, "starting in lktpbai'the{ stofc! will! } berequiring Street; Roads and Lights( Department
workshop Hireling! Tuesday, July37+ ; nioro in-dfcpth'' itwuiiisujj\ : (cformerly the Road Dept) Bible SchoolSt.
: due to increases: of revenue scaring and more strict bankituf rules vyhtcli $1 ,.MKJ was )put into a road paving fund
n and an .idditionat$5,458 I rf'venue corn will call for more work/. f for'', tji/. (Mty many with $1 000 for repairs to roads.
the one cow stute j-aJeR tuY.: j, < 'erk. The council. expressed) hopes of's'ceiviuq Mark's Epicopal
$ ChI < -.'1111,1"\1! budget!/ i isa)07t) inn; Revenue sharing funds'For thrit, :;. mop; than the $:\\,0110 ailolnertl Street Starke
t 'w cr: ,'ase "vfi layear's! and includes ,ncr ased a total of $11,4911Ii; (! <-'Hrjhonal |' from" the Clay Electric:!:' franchising Church ,
mone fur rnsei. !to the couflcH' ; '' $3,'7$2 Vvas put into the v.1 l!kl: agreement Last year the city
member, j-id, rity clerk, alyng) with;, revenue fund and$7,739 was added (to ,:rnco $8,000 on its light( pole rental August 2.6 _
tes.A1 t//t money >III be spent on the baseball!;' lie !generalrevenupfUnd) but this year budgeted/ only) $3,000. :
!. 1 lipid) | Other increases: in spcjidjng.foi': th{- This budget must be approver:! and \ 6:30-8:30
,'" M I., HIP nwnbej-s u-.d city>1 city is going to help the Tit iokt'rKieinentary Imalized \UJoIIrt'fnr;( tin+ fisro\ 11) year Invited :
Y clerk we o nol voted J on but an add < : School PTA build .J oncissicn /beginning Xil 1, I IIIfwd! \: ending L._ Everyone 'J "-
1t ; t I t t tional $.;' ncr month, from $fio. lo $7$ stand and rosiroosns for th,- Sept 30, 1983! ...
( : per month for each council memberand ball park Councilman ..-.;.. ;-.- --. :;. ;;;: -.- ". :..-.' .-- ;-. :;- -': --:; II
iru>ot, plus:. a $111 per month in-. After Steve Nipper I
BEA Hosts Senate Candidate... Clf"ilrom'\ !!!dlto $411.I for (the city )pointed out what the PTA was tryuu Ii i
Dist. 5 state senate candidate Jim Crews of Tallahassee addressed a local <'Jerk't'rr' 'ne'luded in the prop.edbadger to do the mt'Hibers decided to wit I
contingent of guests invited by the Bradford Education' Association. last / $2;! 511 N() aside In a building fund :fui the : State RepresentativeFranke
11 : new Water dept budget IK recreation department The \" )linul.lgO
Thursday. July 8, at the Holiday Inn. I
Shown above (l-r) are Julia Criffis. George taper, Jeanne taper, bchoolboard up :'f>.71i2 from last year'sljjWKl i decided to spend $150 J for is.:w
., bases! $400 t' ,r f4 and $.'<'"": 'whelp
candidate Judy Becker, and Theresa Holiday. < rv/\ $ duo lo the iin/ rf-aso in federal! < jri "r- :*;5i reireniie sharing the (;PlI; ('>r..r Fund keep the Uixif Vcniih ba-1-li.n'1t ] II'
budget I "c $47.1! >. 'in- :O.H:, :'.'I from last p'gram going: /\
: Assoc. y(ar'c $4!:1)t $tli l"<- i H rn isi- ."'inning it is hope! pr'' Dent) 1I.'l1n", ,
To A
Education .
; Bradford from VT 7\1\\ M ieiU-r-H/ n-'cnw "hal! .d 1 1I conofssiiin I. .I ilKiI'" I
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T'i' r. 1- ,ii '"'tllI\ I'urnamen'' h. nl''k,' 1'1"\1'I Mt
: (lgctei'altundantll.'t "''I >I'It'd is :."! alsn I ii)> [I' i 'lie! I.'. .lii'n", ", '.a. :!L, FREE BarB.QueI
; Hosts State Senate Candidate I

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; Dist. 5 state senate candidate Jim crime, health services, and concernsof ,
: Crews spoke at a get acquainted din- the elderly The state senate can -.j j .
: : ner hosted by the Bradford Education didate, seeking the office vacated by S -= I 12:00: Noon '
: : : Association and invited guests July 8 Sen. Sherrill (Pete) Skinner. D-Lake 1 r::::=:::::."lj i
: : : at the Holiday Inn in Starke. City, entertained questions from the -
group on a wide range of subjee and (Across from Methodist Church)
: Guest present were 11. Moody, encouraged the citizens of Bradford UNITED COMPANiES
: Crews' campaign manager from Col- County to examine his record, ques- MORTGAGEI. Florida
; umbia County; Julie Miller, president tion him further and give careful consideration I II'1 >H 1 D; Middleburg l
/ of BEA; Judy Becker, District 1 to his candidacy. I I
school board candidate; Bob Milner, Crews promised he would establish NEED MONEY? WE HAVE 17 = 1
.: Starke commissioner and treasurer an office in Lake City to be more accessible forCampaign
of the Bradford County Democratic to people in this area and to
Executive Committee; Elizabeth hold monthy meetings with interested Improvement
Walker, president of the Bradford citizens of Bradford County Bill Kick-off
4 Chapter of the NAACP, and teachers The candidate will also attend the \'
I i. in the Bradford County school Bradford Education Association Rental Property 'Vacant' Land I I II
j. system. screening of candidates for state office
Crews gave an overview of his set for July 22. At that time Brad- I For House of Rep. :
for worthwhile ,
background, qualifications for office, ford teachers will question Crews fur ti you need money any purpose

: educational and his positions issues on, regional agricultural planning and ther issues regarding related to educational Bradford County.and other __ give! us a call.LICiENBelf........__ ._ ._____ i District 21 Democrat I

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newcomer to county politics, ;I t' .?\ rfA'.I ,. .') : r 1;; t I
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Whitehead is challenging '
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(Nook) Norman J .
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seat on the county governing board. vas dL ,.., "ii ,
After retiring from the DuPont Co. J 'Y: : ; : rft t '.1 : y"y"1

with he 28 years will be of serving service as, Whiteheadsays a fulltime '} Co.,- .rii' ,.,Aioo.t.,& .. ...,.-' i lbAjw......':&&jLurmi ,:..t: !t"k ] 1. Jo! J A: U a'' rtl I ;-", ',., i_

commissioner. A lifetime resident X : : -
n county I.
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11 promises to devote all the time that is Y t, iMf l; ) q- .. : 1..4'i; .,;,
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necessary toward the county commissioner .
job. He also works and raises .
... cattle on his farm on SR-23S, also ;.f.kVt i \ 1. :Y.S!I m' .!If' ,
known as the Lester Johns Road, in :l'.' jK;.""r1 '
:J the New River section. ,. ( '
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:I Whitehead is married to the former .. .) .'' .
.: Lucille Thomas of Union County. ; ,, .. ; -' I ':: t.
of They have three married children Jt j \. \',.. ., n I I )
who also reside in Bradford County: V } ; "I .,.; ..1 I ...:- < &.. '/; J
I Barbara and Ed Mosley who have two ; '- \ 1! "' .
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... daughters; Gayle and John Manning, I ... ...-.-...' j', : : .. '..d
and Ronnie and Cathy Whitehead."I Q; .i :...nII ..10 ,,> '" I I
will with and ./ .. "iJ
serve honesty .. p ; \ ; (
Les Whitehead .
sincerity and will not take the pro- '" .
blems of the county taxpayer Dist: CandidateFor ( ) -1j.ye. .... iiJ. I .
lightheartedly," Whitehead says. County Commission

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A $197,424 budget was tentatively cent state sales tax added on this year I "'F'" :
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sion Monday night, July 19, and a .. _. '-' 12'of-: "V.1 ", .'p.
: public hearing on it set for Sept. 13. Commissioners voted to set millageat cY' I .' 'I'-to, 't !
2.1 mills, down from 3.564 mills of "; ii'a .. I I J .. ..
The total includes a general fund property taxes levied this year I "
..: budget of$127,874 and a water depart- because of the 40 percent properly tax 1 1 L
ment budget of $69,550, for the total of relief required by law. : -. 1 <
R $197,424.
In other action Monday night, the :t ) .. .. .
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i The public hearing will be advertised council agreed to sell the used 1979 lJ i : ....
as required by state law. Chevrolet Nova police car for$1,255 to $ fA : "t .
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:::3 James Wainwright, the highest bidder ,. b (; r { : ::
The budget includes $4,943 the city The police motorcycle has been ..l' -.. ,,f,
will receive for its portion of the 5th sold for $1,750, also the highest bid. k' ._ r : '1"\,;,
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is hereby given that the Florida Public Service '; : : ,' f I IOI'V: ...4"r._ .".. ... "" 'the. t. ;"'\j '

Commission, a panel or a member thereof, will hold >: \\ .. i1L ,
public ., b ys
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hearings on the Petition of Continental t ..-. :;;.;.- / .:est ;,ll'
Telephone Com 1 -. "" \
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of the South \ r'f.- I I :--:: d' 'f.
pany -Florida, for an increase in its rates and 'tl ... ere .trio.
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charges which will produce additional annual revenues of ( 'b". _" ,. I e: 1er ,.:

$1,038,494, at the following time and places: ;: .r.. 2.-- \P' ... 'S:\, M <,.
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A hearing will be held at each location commencing at "t, ici r-r .-- ,'-'_ s ,'P s i
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4:00: p.m. until 6:00: on c a.-; 3 '
p.m. Tuesday, August 10, 1982 double dresser, mirror.4drawer 9119l' ; h

All parties appearing during this time will be heard. >':,'1.. .. : / : ., chest and panel bed only (' I ur

City Commission Room
Marianna City Hall 1.; I .. T s handsome new suite. from Florida has a look all .its own, :T' r r .
: ',y II eo'ectlc Colonial, not
.not Contemporary
220 North Green Street :' I but. instead a touch of each Finished Ranch ..!\':0'. ..;:;;;.
Marianna Florida '. t .. .....-:"""- unique' in ,
;: 'IC Oak. it lends Msell to "L;
any decor
:;: { x" ;., !! j-; c 'N.1I.ry mars rare and a price that's unbelievably low! a ":. '

City Council Chambers >, "
Matching night stand 64.95
Starke Hall .
.. \ We Finance
209 North Thompson Street _

; Starke, Florida .>: -.r1 .

; The purpose of these hearings is to give members of the \ '. '\." DENMARK FURNITURE111I11II" t .

;. public who are subscribers of telephone service from Continental ;, :,.a ; ;f _

Telephone Company who wish to \ ; 434 W fall St I 'arke Florida _
present ,, / -'j.. ,
testimony on the quality of service .<;,d".
as well as the proposed ... "" .
-'s: i rate increase, the opportunity to do so. at the above time '("1:!. ... ", 964-5R2i1 164-58Z1"

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{ ,i s "t, rttfrrh J,4 Special Exception for New Church

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TI Between Keystone and ,Melrose OK'd


I A special exception for a new In other action the board approvedand necessitate 'a change in the county's
{ church on Highway 21 between will send favorable recommendations land use plan.1'The property Is located
""I"" .W Keystone Heights and Melrose was to the County Commission for: next to the drive-in theatre.A .
# : k approved Tuesday night by the Coun granting the following petitions, to special permit for temporary use
ty Zoning Board and granted at a rezone: was granted to Ronald Johnson for
later meeting by the Board of Ad- Thomas Harper,S acres off Speed- placement of a mobile home on property
justments.The ville Road, from RSF-1 (single family owned by his mother, Mrs.
L. special exception was soughtby residential) to RSF-HM-1 (mobile Alma Padgett, off Road 200-A, southof
Jack Courtnay on three acres of homes or conventional homes). Lawtey. A time limit of five years
'. property fronting Hwy. 21, just northof Eldon. Ritchey,29 acres,7 miles was placed on the temporary use.
Keystone Heights United Methodist south on the west side of Highway 100,
J f fIe Church. from single family residential, to July Construction
Ie Courtnay said the property wouldbe mobile homes or conventional homes. Permits Total
sold to Don Norman Ministries, D.M. Hale, 11 acres one-half mile
Inc. for construction of an Independent south on east side of U.S. 301 from $717,600 in CountyTen
.,. I\ !! -T.- "Charismatic" Baptist Church, Open Rural to CI (industrial) for single family dwellings, lopping
\ which has been meeting in the old operation of a private truck terminal half a million dollars, led the fieldas
i t i Keystone Heights post office building. with office on site. This rezoning will Bradford County chalked up
laJr' I I The pastor, Mr. Norman, announced, another good month of new construc-
i however, that the meeting place has tion in July Permits through June 27
ter, r been changed to the building next to Covered Dish SupperAt totaled $717,600, just under June's
t 4 M I Reed's Auto Parts on Highway 100. Kingsley Center total of $725,740.
Norman said he has been a missionary Members and guests of the The ten new conventional homes accounted -
to black Africa for 30 of the
:: years Kingsley Lake Owners for $367,000 total. 18
I and that the primary purpose of the Assn. will have a covered Property dish supperat mobile homes added another
new church will be to support black the Civic Center Friday night,star $167,700.; seven commercial permits
1-,. I missions in that area. ting with a social hour at 7:-30. totaled $51,600; and 29 miscellaneous
,. Norman a resident of Seminole Clay County officials and can- permits were issued for $131,300.
.. Ridge Subdivision on Lake Santa Fe didates in the coming election have Figures include all towns as well as
near Melrose, said he started his been invited to attend. unicorporated areas of the county
;. It church organization from scratch
several months ago and now has some
: \\ y I 70 members from the Starke,
_. .' '1 Urn I Palatka, Keystone and Gainesvilleareas. Re-Elect.
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He hopes to have the new .
New Clown Ministry... church completed in six or seven
months at a cost in excess of $50,000for
Youngsters at First United Methodist Church Leaders are Annette Pusateri and Vickie Carver.In materials and labor.
:developed a clown ministry at Vacation Church School the photo are: Standing (I-r- Annette Pusaterl, Sam Evans,of Melrose, is architectof
? The kids painted their faces and acted out a modern Shawn Schmidt, Kelly Carver, Ed Douglas Vickie the new church and G.W. Murphy, J T. ParrishSCHOOL
:Good Samaritan theme Friday night to close the vacation : Carver, Shawn Redmond, and Chris Powell. Kneeling: of Gainesville, is the builder. Both .
; church school.The group plans to perform parablesat Billy Stroud Chris Durban (on elbow), Elizabeth men are members of the congregation. -
:; worship services in the church and participate in the Rowell Sarah Smith,Holly Shields and Julie Ferguson. .
;Bradford County Hospital carnival In October.

I Hearing Set August 10 on Continental Phone :Rate Increaseoverall District BOARD 5

The Public Service Commission Thompson Street The Marianna Continental Telephone maintainsthat return to 11.21 percent.
(PSC) has scheduled Aug. 10 public hearings are set for the same times. its current rate of return is not Purpose of the hearings is to allow
;:hearings in Marianna and Starke on adequate considering current customers of the utility to present
the application of Continental On April 30, Continental Telephone economic factors. The company's last testimony about the company s rates t
:Telephone Company for a rate in- requested a rate increase of$1 millionin rate increase was in 1977. At that and services. ExperiencedQualified
;crease.A annual revenues. In June, the PSC time, the PSC set an over-all rate of
: double session public hearing in suspended the proposed increase so return of 906 percent as fair and Locally, Continental Telephoneserves "
?Starke is set for 1"p.m. and 5:30: p.m. the matter could be fully investigatedand reasonable for the company. The three exchangesStarke,
Tuesday:[ Aug 10, in the city hall on hearings could be held. utility is requesting( an increase in its Lawtey, and Kingsley Lake.

I In, the News in Bradford... ResourcefulDemocrat

Reception Planned three children: Vickie (Mrs. Buddy) Cancer Crusade Stump at 1199! Bessent Road, Starke,
:For Rep. Don FuquaAt Revels of Lawtey, and Donald Red- Still ShortThe FL 32091. The$1,487 is needed by Aug.
dish, 21, and Randy Reddish, 18, bothof $1,487 31."Won't
Keystone Golf Club Starke. 1982 Cancer Crusade in Brad- you please mail a check for
Friends and supporters will host a The two boys, Donald and Randy, ford County is still $1,487 short of its $5 $10, or whatever you can afford?" Born, Raised, Educated in Bradford County:
reception for Congressman Don Fuqua do not live with Maxie Reddish and $8.000 quota. Miss Stump asks.
at the Keystone Golf & Country his wife, Cindy. The boys live with So far $6,513 has been donated to
Mrs. Margie McClellan Reddish, the fight cancer, the nation's most dreaded -
Club from 5 to 7:30: p.m. Saturday,July
31: ... 'U ....-, former wife of Maxie Reddish, according disease, says Drive Chairwoman _
In his bid for re-election, Fuqua Is to the boys' grandmother Mrs. Lillian Stump. I .. ., __ 1 I
by former State Senator Pete. Melba McClellanThe; Donations may be mailed to Miss >."'-".I>"," "t'ljI >
Sinner; Lake City Democrat,* and Editor ( I
Republican Ron McNeil, of Havana. We d on1believe
The public is invited to meet with St. Edwards Church Hall
Fuqua at the Keystone Club.

Correction! BINGOEvery in

Maxie Reddish, school board can- Saturday 7:30: P.M.
didate from District 2, is the father of 411 N. Temple Ave.. Starke Fla.


Community service : a trademark

w of the Fortune team. Welcome bock

to high-interest, no-risk investments.

'", '" What a savings and loan does

,,;$: Risk doesn r fir into our way of Three andonehatf
,1111 best is families achieve the jusr
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doing business Ar Forrune Federal 13 5 0 0
American dream-owning their we think rhe peace of mind you .
from or a per annum years I
own home. We've never had gam Investing money .
.J.. at. : guaranreed high rare of inreresr Available for a limired time only
.; better housing than we have in fully insured is worrh much more Minimum deposit is $500 Interest J

r Bradford County right now, and than the return you might realize in is non-compounded and may be
money marker venrures paid quarterly or monthly depending
E I've been living here all my life. on rhe amount invested AuroWe've

handled our customers in- marically renewed at rhe rare m
vesrmenrs for 47 years in a IIsI -tree effecr or maturity
Stephen G. Denmark way and this policy has helped us Two andbecomeoneofthetop100assoaa

Member 13.000% one-half
tons in the country with over one
Fortune Federal billion dollars in assers per annum years

North Florida YEARS Effective annual yield 13.660%.
We now offer you five high-interesr Available July 27 through August 2.
Advisory Board invesrmenr plans ranging from a deposit is $500. Interest is
91-day plan for people who need doily. Automatically
flexibility ro a 10-year plan for or rhe rate in effecr or
people who wont a long-rerm:! invesrmenr 1470Minimum
These plans ore all fully g 0 % Six
insured ro $100 000 by the F5LIC
Stephen G. Denmark who's called "S.G Come to Fortune Federal for some
by nearly everyone who knows
of mind ...
peace once again p.'onn" July 27 through August 2.
him, and that includes most'Of the folks in Bradford County is the owner, Minimum deposit is 10000. Inter

of Denmark.Furniture. His store is located just to the west of FortuneFederal's 14 0 00 /o Ten GUARANTEED esr is non-compounded.Automatically
renewed or the rate in effecr
office on West Madison Street in Starke. .S.G.'s: been active in the per annum years INTEREST at maturity.

Chamber of Commerce and is a past commander of American Legion Available for a limited time only. Ninety-

Post 56. He's one of the original incorporators of f Santa Fe Community Minimum deposit is $500 Interest 1 0.559 0 o one

College. S.G. served on the board of is non-compounded and may be days
community college's trustees for 13 paid quarrerly or monthly depending per annum

years including a term as chairman. When S.G. Denmark is a member of on the amount Invesre In the Available July 27 through August 2.

your team, you're going to help" keep the American dream of home this evenr certificate of an occounr-holder's is cancelable dearh.with Minimum esr is non-compounded.deposit is 7500.Automatically Inter

ownership going strong. . our penalty Auromoncally renewed renewed or rhe rote in effecrat
the rare in effect or morunry I or maturity.

Federal regulations require Srarke.
095 Madison
FSUC ("" @ I. Phone: 964.5000
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Savings and Loan Association 095 W. Madison 964-5000 Savings and Loan Association '

30 friendly offices in Florida. Over one billion dollars in assers. I

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4TELEGRAPH July 28.1982

r Bradford's Mining Ordinance Will Be First in Florida' Dealing with Peat



Bradford County will plow new ground in the that one-fourth of Florida counties have peat Local habitat for wildlife.
1. regulation means local control. The would review it, hold appropriate public hear- 7. Loss of
preparation of its precedent-setting mining or deposits l extensive enough to mine, said people of Bradford County cannot depend on logs and decide if the mining would be likely to
dinance which will deal with well DeMontmollin, Gainesville attorney who hazards and deterioration of roads
peat as as a S.Trafflc
regional, state, and federal agencies to protect, meet established standards designed to protect
phosphate and other minerals. So far as is serves on the legal advisory staff of the Santa them. Regulatory programs are subject to the public against harmful impacts.Hamann's because of heavy truck traffic.
other Florida has Dwellers Association. .
mining Lake
known no County a Fe
weakening by state and federal legislative and
9. Loss of prehistoric artifacts. and other
ordinance including peat which up to now has and Richard administrative bodies. report continues:
been extracted from the earth in smaU operations DeMontmollin proposed that he "After careful review of the literature of 'cultural resources.

designed to supply humus for plant Hamann, director at the of the University Center of of Government Florida,and 2. Local regulation] gives local officials peat mining we have indentlf led several poten- 10. Insufficient restoration and restoration to
nursery uses. These small operations were Responsibility authority to enforce development restrictions. tial harmful impacts." .
undesirable land use.
member of the Lake Dwellers legal ad- an
"grandfathered-in." and subject to little if also a is
Regulation ineffective unless enforced. These potential impacts were identified as
state visory staff, work up an ordinance dealing with would
any, regulations.But follows: "A local peat mining
all surface mining in Bradford County, in- 3. Regulatory standards can reflect local necessarily be somewhat complex" Hamann

now, with the large-scale operation proposed priorities. The state, for example, would allow 'said.uTbe various potential impacts of miningare
by Georgia-Pacific Corporation on 5.316 Local EnforcementVital the discharge of pollutants into Lake Santa Fe Mining in Wetlands complex, and mining companies have
acres of the Santa Fe Swamp; in Bradford and for Protection so long as water quality was not degraded historically demonstrated a propensity for
Alachua Counties peat mining has taken on Of Area's Environment below Class HI, standards. Local officials, Presents New ProblemsFor evading simplistic regulations. They can bringan
however, could establish a standard of no and
new significance. Bradford County extraordinary amount of money expertise
degradation, similar to that imposed by the to bear"
Several Florida counties have comprehensive eluding peat, and have it ready for review by state on the main stem of the Suwannee River.
ordinances dealing with phosphate min Georgia-Pacific and other mining interests 1. Interference with the timing, volume, Hamann pointed out that regulation
ing, but the proposed new ordinance to be about a month from now 4. At the least one major state regulatory process direction, and other hydraulic aspects of sur- equivalent to some of the more recent
review of
Bradford will become the Developments of Regional face water flows. phosphate mining ordinances is needed in the
adopted by At the meeting last Thursday, William (Bill) Impact (DRI),depends on local criteria. DRI's and
bellwether for other Florida counties where case of the proposed peat mining, impor-
Andrews, attorney for Georgia-Pacific said the are reviewed for compliance with local regula- 2. Interference with surficial groundwaterlevels
decisions in the
peat will doubtless be mined if Gerogia-Pacific tant regulatory process
does the of tion.
not and
corporation oppose concept a flows.
Commission "the
made -
by County
survives the maze of state, federal, and county mining ordinance, but did point out some"inconsistencies" "
agencies it must satisfy in order to obtain the in the trial-balloon or- In his report, Hamann said the legitimate 3. Interference with recharge of the Florida court of last resort.
necessary permits for mining. dinance submitted at the first workshop. goals of regulating peat mining are to protect aquifer.
the public interest from the potential harmful
"The big difference is that other minerals Hamann, who had done some of the initial impacts of digging up major wetlands, hauling 4. Massive changes in local evapotranspiration The mining company should hire an indepen-
such as phosphate, are not mined in wetlands," work on Bradford's proposed ordinance, submitted them away and burning them for fuel:The par- rates, thereby affecting local climate. dent consultant, approved by the of the county to
conduct monitoring mining
attorney Stephen J. DeMontrnollin, pointed out a prepared statement pointing out the ties proposing to develop a peat mine should be 5. Discharge of pollutants to lakes rivers, or operation appropriate Hamann said. Reports should besubmittd
at the first workshop session on the Bradford necessity of Bradford County having its own required through permitting to carefully groundwater. semi-annually and reviewed for
County ordinance held in the courthouse Thurs- ordinance and not relying entirely on state and analyze the site and the potential impacts of
day, July 22. The importance of this first federal regulations for protection. Some of the mining it. That information should be submit- 6. Air pollution by fugitive dust or smoke compliance with regulatory standards and the.
pioneering peat ordinance is due to the fact points stressed were: ted to the Board of County Commissioners,who from peat fires. conditions of the permit.

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Sometimes It Works, Sometimes Not ::

Sometimes the system works sometimesit underwent surgery on Monday and Jan on if !-Y 1 I,? .- C. s e

doesn't. Tuesday. Jeff, the driver, escaped with a deep GEORIGA-PACIFIC_ HOLDINGS j rY ,

This time it didn't, at least from the stand- cut on one finger, and numerous bruises. w s "

point of the helpless July 21 victims of a This is the record of the driver responsiblefor (

21-year-old man who was already out under this near-tragedy: .: .p..r+ ..i ,
$750 surety bond on four charges incurred ; -.c-
4, including DWI and "wilful and wantonr' v >

reckless driving.It Date Charge Disposition LYE..

should have been a happy occasion on July March 22, 1981 No valid driver's license |23 court costs
21 when Jeff McRae was bringing his three-

day-old baby, the baby's mother, Jan, and March 22. 19111 Unlawful speed $23 fine fL ,M {.7L ,(11ia' 21B ,Y-J toy

grandmother, Nita McRae, home from the err:
Dec. 8, 1981
NO valid driver's license Case dismissed ca
hospital in Gainesville.A I

July 4. 1982 No valid driver's license i' -
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short distance east of -
Hampton they were
Pled not guilty. Pending LAf : : r
hit broadside by a 21-year-old driver who has a non-Jury trial, 8-30-82 : :
record of nine citations for violations issued '
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against him since March 22, 1981, This time he July 4. 1982 Fleeing or attempting to eludea ,.' MOTH

,was backing out onto the highway from a dirt police officer. Pled not guilty.' ..
Pending jury trial 8-30-82
road at an estimated speed of 30 miles an hour. sl

His first comment to Mr. McRae after the acci- July 4, 1982 Wilful and Wanton Reckless LITTLE j .rse& 5 'aN .

dent was, "Hey, man! I didn't have any driving. Pled not guilty. BRADFORD SANTA FE j- TII. fN1' 'y n-
q brakes." That was all too obvious. Pending non-jury trial, 8-30-82 IL I
3 Glass was shattered all around the car. Ford July 4, 1982 Driving while intoxicated.: Pled not ..2 II/q

tunately the baby had been strapped in a car guilty. Pending non-jury trial. 8-30-82 : "

R seat or, according to one observer, it would
July 21, 1982 Faulty equipment no brakes. Set ALACHUA ,
;:1 have .= r ..,
become an "unguided missile" with conJ for arraignment, 8-9-82 ; -
: sequent loss of life. The mother and grandmother WALDO SWAMP a.. .
:.i both received broken jaws and will require July 21, 1982 Driving against restrictions. Set 0 ros.u Mtin.

.:I.i. at least two weeks time before they can for arraignment, 8-9-82 SantaF.Lak

eat solid food. Nita McRae's jaw was broken in SANTA FE LAKE
Meanwhile this driver is still free on $750 14
two places and she received severe cuts on l
:.. forehead and her right arm. Jan McRae, in ad- bond license., to drive under his restricted driver's 7 SANTA FE LAKE ;

a dition to a broken jaw, had severe lacerationson

her face, neck, shoulder, and leg. Nita Here's hoping he gets his brakes repaired. / "


Balanced ? r I

Budget '" .. I',

So.,.'I .

Don't Con Us, Mr. PresidentWhen .

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asked a question on Will Diagram illustrating the formation of peat in a bog and 4 a
are beginning to Mr.Reagan's .
I the six o'clock news Monday, see" Congressional Budget Office, extension of the larger treea over the pest deposit. ,,_ :) ... .r.' ':
concerning an important problem economics, in its using more likely economic 1flII/fI' '"

:i President Reagan true light. forecasts, expects a deficit -; '. 'oj ::
flashed his stereotyped grin around $140 Million.Columnist T89S.R.22E.ILETTFRfii 'fj'Mi >, P .
waved a Says Buckley in his syn- 1J!J',,.t "
hand dicated column: "The collapse Will wryly
t1 and
quipped, "Do I look like
I'm worried?" Reaganomics is observed: "God, preparing
testimony to a failure of both just punishment for hot air

nerve and understanding." emitted in support of humbug,

I'Frankly. he didn't and The new tax bill, described by turned the temperature up to a- -
that's what worries us. Buckley as a "complicated 90 degrees the day Reagan ad- -- I

Anyone who can be so all-fired 24-point tax increase, aimed dressed a capital rally supporting -

,1 unflappable in the face of the primarily at depressing exactly a constitutional amend-

domestic and foreign problems those people and enter- ment requiring balanced It's Time to Elect change is an essential process of life.
now besetting the prises need School Officials he really seemed to be'enjoying it.
nation we at this moment budgets. : Preferably the change would be for
,:: either doesn't understand to energize," was pushed by For Their QualificationsAs the better. It is time for new ideas and When been in he said "You know, I have

the issues or simply refuses to Republican Senator Dole As Mr. Will quite aptly a I960 graduate of Bradford High new experienced educators with solutions I've never several seen summer camps, but
people as
come to grips with them. through the Senate in an at- points out, neither Congressnor School I am satisfied that I receiveda Board.to It's problems time to to be on the School they are here," I knew what friendly had con-as

;,: Perhaps Mr. Reagan lived in tempt to offset the bad publicity the Office of Budget solid educational background. The for the last names stop they electing people -, tributed to his pleasant stay.
his celluloid dream from Management has a crystal teachers of Bradford County are as Instead possess Ted
world oft last year's tax cut of for their education and ex- Oglesby.
good in the
: as
state and
B-grade movies too long to be which many l believe favored ball, "so who will enforce students have any as much potential the aa perience.We must remember that the Bessent Rd., Starke

: able to face reality now. the rich over the poor and what on whom if and when the any in the nation. Yet. even in 1980. only people who win or lose a School
... middle income numbers are off base?" Such there was the need and the potential Board election are the students. I Rep. Williams Commends
groups. strongly each
urge voter to
o With his once economic numbers are mere for improvement in the county examine carefully Former Superintendent
highly-touted estimates made of "warm taf system, but I regret to say that little the background and Strickland for ServicesAs
Reaganomics in one week after Mr. qualifications of both the
4 a state of collapse has improved since that time.I incumbentsand
: White House Reagan stood on the capitol fy all gooey and stretchable"like their opponents.
yi staffers remember the high ,school days an elected official and
and Cabinet officials either steps, waving and grinningand ( Mr. Reagan's jelly- and feel fortunate to have been a part Pat Crawford. who has been very close to the a person prison
', resigning or being threatend- calling for the worthless beans), says Mr. Will, ponder of the class of 1980. However. I also Klagstey Lake system in the State of Florida and

ed by enforced resignations amendment, his Secretary of ing what will happen to such remember flooded sidewalks ceilings Guardsman having served on the corrections com-
figures in the face of partially collapsing, ice cold rooms Compliments mittee for a number of
unpredic- I want
his foreign Treasury, Donald Regan years
policy (lt it could table while others were "like unto saunas". Friendly Attitude to express
Act of God my thanks to the
:{ even be called predicted that next year's including I also recall
policy) in a can a distinct lack of Found in StarkeI departing superintendent
state of shambles, and a budget would carry a deficitof floods, hurricanes, crop higher level courses because of em- would like to share an unsolicited Strickland for doing such an outstan-Sonny
switch from his great tax cut "somewhere in the failures, earthquakes, or even phasis on remedial classes. At the 'compliment about the citizens of ding job at Florida State Prison.
of 1981 to a proposed new $98.5 neighborhood of $110 to $114 manmade acts like war. time, those things didn't seem very Bradford County
: important; at best I figured that the While I In all my years in the legislature I
billion tax Increase Other officials in the was out"politicking"today,
1982 But is Mr. Reagan worried? School Board would eventually get have never seen '
I anyone
by local more concerned -
the man has the audacity to White House and Congresssaid Not so you can tell it. He's too around to correcting those problems. cup stopped of coffee.a A sergeant restaurant was Mated for a and willing to go out of his way
ask reporters that the Reagan figuresare I found, however that in return visits to provide information
; "Do I look wor- busy trying to disprove at a table near me and, as would be and assistance
' =- ried?'' Better he should. based on overly optimistic Abraham Lincoln's sage to the high When school that little had expected, we got into a conversation to any member of the legislature

forecasts, assuming a quick observance that changed. any group of people concerning the weather, and discussing -' The, people of Florida
fj Even his one-time "you can'tfool fail to find solutions to problems they can be
arch- end to the future prospects for the develop: K"1"' that they have
recession and the services
conservative all of the people all of the themselves can become part of the of
ment of
Camp Blanding, and StrickJand
supporters what
relatively healthy problem. a a true public' : servant.
*j' economic time. Mr. Reagan thinks fine facility It is. I wish
William you him
and well in
Buckley his
it is new
George growth later this Perhaps for a change in assignment
year The never know till you try. As it turned out, this was his first !
"'j. the School Board., was taught that tour of summer duty at Blanding and Frank Williams.
r. Crystal Lakerl

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Lucinda Sandlit/; Donald: A.. Neel ) \ ',ti 1

Social Side The News !
Married July J 17 in Houston Texas Of

31 Gladys Mooty
Lucinda Ann tnridMn; daughter of ill IIs Donald E. Neel served as best man
iui... A. ..,,.rauot ineland, TexasT for his son. Alan Clarke of Houstanand
and,LJoyd Sandlin of Porter, Texas. I. Robert McLean of .Houston, .;;.;fcU.-'y 1ditor,
and Donald A. Neel, son'of Mr. and formerly of Starke served as ushers.
Mrs Donald E. Neel of Starke were Matron of honor was Bonnie 9647608Shara
oi united in marriage Saturday July 17, s Humplik Gonzales Bridesmaids were

at 2 pm. in Little York Baptist Donna Todd and Jeannie King Fit- """ "............."................".....,...............<.........,.... ....... ......
Church, Houston, Texas with Rev zgerald, all of Houston.
L.C Orrick, pastor of St. Phillips The matron of honor and I
Wanda Atwood Honored at Two Showers
L n; United Methodist Church, Houston, bridesmaids dresses were blue '
=; performing. the nuptials. polyester lace with mandarin collars
:3: A program of nuptial music was and bouffant skirts In tiers of lace, Wanda Atwood Honored by the hostesses as a memento of the
:: presented by Kevin Neel, brother of caught up in back with a bustle effect. occasion.
""'.the groom, soloist, who sang '"Let It They carried bouquets of blue silk With 2 Showers Lingerie ShowerMiss
"* Be Me" and "The Lord's Prayer; flowers and wore blue silk flowers in Miss Wanda Atwood whose mar- honored at
and by recording stars R.P. Harrell, their hair. Wanda Atwood was
riage to Doug Reddish will be an eventof
and soloist and Freddie Pate The held In the a lingerie shower Wednesday night
(,,,pianist reception was August 7, was complimented at two Lorna
July 21, given by Misses
guitarist, both of Houston's fellowship hall of the church. Mrs.
] showers in the week.
f past
,,,.;Texas Cookin Band," who performed Raymond Humplik was in charge of Leasure, Tammy Baldree, Margaret
.' a variety of numbers including the reception, serving the wedding Kitchen ShowerMiss Smith and Susan Faulkner at the
\':"You Decorated My Life" and cake and grooms cake. The bridal attendants Wanda Atwood was honored ata home of the latter on Legion Terrace.
I:?'io,."Sunshine" On My Shoulders." I Irt helped in serving the guestsat kitchen shower on July 20, given by The refreshment table was covered
The bride, given in marriage by the reception. Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth and Mrs. B.L with a beige lace cloth and centered
Raymond Humplik, long-time friendof Out-of-town guests included the Moxley, Jr. at the home of the latter. with an arrangement of peach silk
her family chose along gown of bridegroom's grandmothers, Mrs.' Corsages were presented to Miss flowers. Hors d oeuvers were served.

-. white silk organza, and Alecon lace. ..... ... One A. Wiggins of Starke, and Mrs. Atwood, her mother, Mrs. J.C. Wynn, The punch table held the punch bowl
0 The gown was highlighted with a Fred Mason of Keystone Heights. and the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. glasses and plates.
:3 scalloped neckline edged with seed IT The couple are residing at 3503 Drew Reddish. One game was played and a prize
pearls. The long bishop sleeves were Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Neel Havner Lane in Houston and are plan- Games were played and prizes were awarded.
1: fashioned of Alecon lace. The skirt ning a post-wedding trip in Septemberto awarded. The hostesses presented the
-. 'was appliqued with lace and seed cap of lace and seed pearls. The bride visit the groom's parents in Starke Tew A delicious dessert was served to honoree with a black negligee as a
pearls with a chapel train. The veil of carried a traditional nosegay of white and also St. Augustine, Disney World Wayne Brooker the guests Miss Atwood was given an memento of the occasion.
bridal illusion was attached to a Juliet roses and stephanotis. and Miami Beach. electric can opener/knife sharpener Twenty-two guests attended between
Shara Christine Tew, the hours of 8 and 10 p.m.

Wayne BrookerTo

I Parties for Lawson-Hildebran Engaged Couple Wed. Aug. 28 Did You Know.::......... Mrs. Russell Hodgeman of
Hopewell Junction, N.Y. and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Watson Tew of
Miss Cindy Lawson and Danny Linda Hildebran, mother of the prospective awarded to Teresa Baldree and Mrs. Lawtey announce the engagementand Mrs; Arlene Brown visited her son, were Virginia Monday McDonald visitors of of Daytona their mother Shores,
Hildebran; whose marriage will be an groom. Gary Hildebran. Refreshments were approaching marriage of their Joe Stewart In Washington, D.C. .
Mrs. A C. Hesters and sister, Mrs.
event of Aug. 6, were honored, at served from the dining table that was daughter Shara Christine, to Wayne Thursday to Monday. James Dearing.
several parties recently centered with an arrangement of zlnnas. Oscar Brooker of Camp LeJeune
Swim Party & Cookout N.C., son of Mr and Mrs. James
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Blackshear Among the fifteen guests were Mrs. Brooker of Brooker. Elect
Gadgets ShowerOn hosted a couples party for Danny Shi Smith and Mrs. Gary Hildebran, The wedding is planned for Aug 2H
July 8 the couple were com- Hildebran and Cindy Lawson July 16 grandmother and mother of the at 6 p.m. in Starke Church of God. Judy
plimented at a "gadgets and Godly at their home on Kingsley Lake. A groom-to-be and Mrs. David Lawson, Miss Tew and Mr. Brooker are both
gifts" shower given by the Madison cookout and swim party was enjoyedby mother of the brideelect.The graduates of Bradford High School.
!,.Street Baptist Church B.Y.W.) Bap- the twelve guests.A hostesses presented a floor' Mr. Brooker is a Corporal in the BECKER
tist Young Women grill-smoker was given to the cou- length, white lace negligee to the Marines.All .
Twenty guests enjoyed watching ple as a memento of the occasion. honoree as a memento of the occa- friends and relatives are invitedto
"the couple open gifts that were accom- sion. attend. SCHOOL BOARD

'.'bible.panied with a Godly saying from the Lingerie Shower } District 1 Democrat

t i Refreshments: were served including Cindy Lawson was honored with a Lawson-Hildebran Did You Know.......... Parent Taxpayer, Educator
; a beautiful cake centered with lingerie shower Saturday, July 17, Wedding ,
t gold wedding bands. given by Michelle Hall Kim Cogdill, Mrs EmmaRene Weaver was in Working WITH YOU to Improve Our Schools
The couple were given a white Bible Terrie Cogdill, Lori Lawson, Lynn The wedding of Cindy Lawson and .North Florida Regional Hospital last "POL oar
'as a memento of the occasion. Bailey and Mrs. Wayne Groves at the Danny Hildebran will be Friday,Aug. Monday to Sunday for observationand
Guests included Mrs. Pat Lawson, home of the latter on Brownlee Rd. 6, at 8 p.m at the Madison Street Bap- treatment.
:mother of the bride-elect and Mrs. Games were played and prizes tist Church. I
Mrs. W.T. Jackson. Sr. visited Mrs. LOOKING GLASS STYLING CENTERIS
A.G. Loudon, Sr. in Archer last Tues
Did You Know < day to Thursday.Mr. PROUD TO WELCOME

and Mrs. J.II. Moncnef visited
Millard and Applean Brown Judge and Mrs. R.A. Green, Judge Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huggins of Mrs. Gwendolyn King and Mrs. Sybil Mrs. Pat Kingk"
celebrated their 35th wedding an- and Mrs. George Pierce and Mr. and Alachua were Sunday afternoon Betts in Quincey last Monday to
niversary Sunday July 25 at the Mrs. Gerald Moran were guests of Dr. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- Thursday. to our staffShe
Yearling Restaurant in Cross Creek.In and Mrs. Gerald Schiebler in c
attendance were Terry and Seleeta Gainesville at a dinner Saturday night gins.Mr. Douglas Seymour of Miami was last regrets the inconvenience to herr
Brown Randy and Gina Frazee Tina Mrs. H.L. Hutson visited Illness.442F .
for members, advisors, consultantsand ajid Thursday night visitor of his parents. patrons during her recent
Brown arid Bill McRae. They werericsenledwith'an'orlgmaloil Dr. and Mrs. Glen Davis and Mr and
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Teressa Moore, Rayo Padgett Lawtev NewsBy _.=:- -

I Rlchqrd Martin Places In ;
'To Wed July 31 home after! a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark andFamily
State PageantCatherine Elizabeth Terry their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville were Sunday
Mrs. Doris Moore announces the approaching Phone: 782-3300 Henry Smith. : dinner guests of their mother, Mrs

marriage of her daughter PERSONALS: ,Chief 'and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson'\ Lois Carter.
Raye Padgett, 4,
Teressa Annett of Starke to RichardMartin Mrs. Dobbs and and family of Pensacola, returned to Jack Wainwright, of Tallahassee
placed in the top 10 finalists in the 1982 Gayle sons,of Con- ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Florida Hemisphere State Finals held yers, Ga., spent two weeks'with her their home on Sunday. While here spent Saturday night with his mother,
Cooler of Beaufort, S.C. June 26-27 in Orlando. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Gay, Chief Gustafson caught a II1* lb. Mrs. Truby Wainwright.Mr. .
The wedding will be an event of Raye returned Friends of Mrs. Lloyd Griffls are black bass at Sampson Lake. We are Henry Hodges and Mr. Buddy
Saturday, July 31, at 7 in the II attended the Stock Car Racesat
p.m. home with a 17'1 I happy that she was able to' come happy to report that Mrs. Bill Dobbsis Smith ,
Starke Church of God with a reception jewel diamond home from Bradford County Hospital getting along fine after being in Lake City on Saturday night.
following in the Fellowship Hall. wristwatch, a on Saturday, July 17. Our prayers are Bradford County Hospital for week.. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman 1
All friends and relatives are invitedto scholarship to the I \ w with her. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Visited visited their son and daughterinlawMr.
atend. PhlledelphiaSchool ', Mrs. Mattie Smart Henderson, of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Thelma Kellyin and Mrs. Reggie Norman at
nM of Lawtey, celebrated her 84th birthday Gainesville last Sunday afternoon. Ocklawaha River on Monday night.
Theatrical Arts, a n July 12. Including children and Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman visited '
Honey-Max l trophy, a plaque friends, there were 90 guests present. a birthday party Saturday his "Buddy" Mr. and Mrs. Vinson, of !+
and two. At the same time they had a family night for their daughter-in-law Mrs. Magee, Miss and to New Orleans, La.
Wedding July 31 medallions. ,. '" reunion at her home. Frank Starling, at Bryceville.One Mrs. Henry A. Carter of Columbia I

The wedding of Cheryl Boney and On July 3, Raye | ". t:.. '. C'.J Friends of Mr. Cecil Hardee are Wednesday, July 21, Mrs. John S.C., Mrs. Thomas Curran and sons,' .
Brenda Dormlney Ben Moxley, III will be an event of competed in the '. :;at happy that he was able to return Tye, Sr., received a very nice surprise Nick and Matthew, of Fairfax Va.,
Her sister Mrs. Marjorie Mat Mrs. Jerry Marks and sons Paul and
1982 Florida Firecracker Pageant in home Friday from North Florida ,
31 at 7:30 in the
Saturday, July :
Brenda Dorminey Keystone Community Church p.m.with a Jacksonville. She placed first runner- Regional Hospital Gainesville. Our thews,of Briaband.Austria is, called Patrick, of Laurel Md., were guests.: :
Daniel WolfeTo reception following at the KeystoneWoman's up out of 30 little girls in the Tiny prayers are with him' tier and they had a very enjoyable of their mother and grandmother :
Club. All friends and Queens division.On Mr. and Mrs. Jim LaMonte and son 'visit on the phone. Mrs. Flossie Rosier last week. While :
Wed Aug. 8 relatives are invited to attend. June 19, Raye placed fifth Troy and brother Brett LaMonte, of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker and here they visited an aunt, Mrs., :
Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace Dor- runner-up in the Little Miss division of Indianapolis, Ind., and Miss Beth Wannie were Sunday dinner guests of Gladys Thompson in Kissimmee and'' :
miney.Sr.. of Hampton, announce the the First Annual Master Little Miss Courtney of Indianapolis spent two their parents, Mr. and Mrs.; John spent a day at Walt Disney World: :
approaching marriage of their Time Firecracker Pageant in Keystone days at Walt Disney World. Steele. Elizabeth Smyth left Sunday for'Camp ;
daughter, Brenda Sue, to Daniel Blair Wedding Heights. Mr. Owen Anders and friend Cathy, Dan Wainwright, of Jacksonville, Keystone in North Carolina. :
Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene ChangedThe Raye is the daughter of Greg and of Orange Park visited his grand visited his mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boyette, of :
Calvin Osteen, also of Hampton. time for the wedding of Julie Padgett of Lawtey, and the mother, Mrs. Owen Anders, Sr., on wright on Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville, spent Sunday with their. :
Mary .and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and mother Mrs. Mabel Boyette, and Col., ;
The couple are both Bradford High Thornton to Carlton Coxwell has been granddaughter of Harley L. (Johnny) Saturday afternoon.
School graduates. and Betty Hazen of Deer Spring Lake Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and family spent their vacation at their and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. :
The wedding will be an event of changed In the Full to Gospel 5 p.m. on Church.Saturday Guests,Aug.are 7, Keystone Heights, and Everett and daughter Mindi of Tampa, spent the home on Ocklawaha River. Their Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson of! :
8 in 3 weekend with their mother, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright Headland, ALa., spent the weekend: :
Aug. Calvary Baptist at p.m., asked to meet at the church at 4:30: Mary Padgett of Starke and the great- daughter, Miss '
with a reception to follow in the granddaughter of O.J. (Ossie) and Lynn Whaley, their mother, Mrs. visited them and her granddaughter with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Camp, !
Fellowship Hall. Friends and p.m.There will be shower at Evelyn Norman of Lawtey Nellie Wilkinson, and sister, Mrs. Kimberly came home with her for two and Bryan. :
a Aug. 6,
relatives are invited to attend. Daisy Boch. weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett and: :
7:30 in the
: p.m. church. David and Faith Smith son and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown came daughter Nancy, spent the weekend'' :
LeslyEllington daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and picked Kimberly up for the with Mrs. Elsie Bennett of Daytonaand :
Smith, of Jacksonville, returned weekend.Mr. other relatives. :
Kathleen Collier, Duplicate Bridge and Mrs. Ed Ward went to
Alvin Mikell Club Director Missouri to Ispend a week with her c,

Married July 10 Results Did You Know........... father and mother. Her mother, Mrs. I
Margie Thomson and Lucile Green Ruby Eye returned with her to spend

Kathleen Collier and Alvin Mikell, were first at Duplicate Bridge Tues St.Marks Pre- Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes and several ,weeks. Her son-in-law and ,
both of Starke were united in mar day night; Evelyn Griffin and Lillian daughters last daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
riage Stump were second and Ida Shaw spent Monday to Thompson and grandchildren of Years ago, country folk believed :
July 10 in Folkston, Ga. and School This Year Thursday at the World's Fair and that the seventh :
Myldred Cuttino Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner son
The couple were attended by her were third. Mountains.
On Smoky of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward. I in a family possessed unsual :
son-in-law and two daughters, Mr. Aug. 10, the Grand National guests
and Mrs. David Harper and Mrs. Pairs tournament will be played at gifts. I
Lesly Ellington, a University of Mrs. Bettie Mizelle spent last week
Keith Northrup, all of Starke. the Starke Woman's Club at 7:30 p.m. with her and
Florida honor graduate, will be the son daughter-in-law, Mr.
The couple are residing at Crosby Winners will progress to the district director and master teacher at St. and Mrs. Dan McKinney and baby Re-Elect
Lake Estates. Mr. Mikell is employed tournament. Mark's School this year. daughter in Mershon, Ga.
at Pantry Pride and Mrs. Mikell is
Ms.Ellington has a Bachelor of Arts
employed at Vogue Manufacturing degree in Early Childhood and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett Sr.
Co. Tisdale Reunion
Elementary Education.Ms. visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moore in Pat SPENGLER

This WeekendThe Ellington's teaching experiencehas Salisbury.' N.C. last Wednesday'__n_- to--
been primarily with 2.5 year olds Sunday.:
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in and Florida. -
Maryland, Virginia,
descendants of Pete and Molly
BIRTHSJoanie Tisdale will gather for the first timein However, she has worked with Mrs. Roy Clemons attended the School
I a festive reunion on July 31 and kindergarten first and fourth gradersin funeral of her brother Edward W Board
Alachua County. Parrish in Jacksonville last Saturday 4, !
Aug. 1.
The director has studied District 2 Democrat
Lee Dampier, A family banquet will be held on new morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dampier of Saturday evening July 31,at the Holi- French German, and Spanish. She fir" I have
r half life .
Starke announce the birth of a day Inn, Jacksonville Airport; on enjoys ballet, cooking, and racquet Mr. and Mrs. Rolph Fachtmann and : j spent my working
daughter, Joanie Lee, born July 13 in Sunday morning the family will con ball and is in excellent health.A daughter, Carla of Yokahoma, Japanare as a volunteer in the Brad.
Alachua General Hospital. gregate at St. Johns Missionary Bap- quality program is being plannedfor spending a month with her ford County School system.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and tist Church in Peetsville.The public is these pre-schoolers with most of brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ....'.
Mrs. John Dampier and maternal invited to join in the 11 a.m. services. Nichols last year s staff returning. Eula Mrs. Benton Futch.. We have had four children
grandparents are Mr.and Mrs.Victor Linda Bryant, Kay Padgett, go
Ashlme all of Starke. Great- Janet Montgomery and Rhoda Wain- LCDR and Mrs. Barry Firth and .: through our school system. /I've
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Did You Know........... wright, will begin the year with Lesly, daughter, Heather who have recently a 'ij{.J held every office in the PTA.I .
Rowell of Starke and Mrs. Victor In addition to social development, returned from three rears tour of duty
Ashline of New York. Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Nazworth have academic readiness, and creativity in Rota, Spain, visited his parents, I hove
had as visitors Mrs. Barney McRae of opportunities, this year's program Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Firth and brother. worked within the
Lake City Marian Conner, daughter, Mrs. .. bringing in resource people Ely last week before going to Norfolk, :I: ,
New Horizons Margaret Middon and son, Leonard" Enrollment will be limited this year Va. to attend the'Military Staff Cob' xd s rPaL5pen9l.ei, ,//1",11111
Conner of Orlando, on Friday. to children who will have turned two lege for six months. < < ,,'. ?)" 1 tot"... ..rI19., ..
Nearly two years ago a small group years old by September 30, 1982, and
of separated divorced and widowed Mrs. Carl L. Johns and sons of those older. Any child who was at St. John Warren attended the National During my 8 years on the School Board I have worked to be fair
people came together to support and Americus, Ga., are visiting her Mark's last year in the Toddler program Elks Grand Lodge convention in to all people, and to keep local people employed in their .
q help each other learn to cope with the parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, regardless of birthdate, will be Chicago, 111., July 1822. county.J
:y:; everyday reality of life alone. Since Sr., at Kingsley Lake for 10 days. accepted. I have been active' In 'the Florida'
;.. then the group has grown in Lesly will be at St. Mark's Pre- Mrs. Richard McEvoy and sons as director School' Board Assoc., and
in the
d numbers, experiences, friendships Attending the South Pacific produc. School planning on Monday and Tuesday Rick, Matt and Michael of Atlanta past 4 years.
;=.i. and total being. tion at the Alhambra dinner theater Aug. 23. Interested parents of were Wednesday to Monday guests of
Weekly meetings include speakers, Sunday afternoon were Geri Johns, pre-schoolers are invited to meet with Mr. and Mrs. .George Copeland. Small counties need a voice at local level
:J discussions and social events. There Blanche Howard, Lily Bridges, Dolly her at this time. Call Rhoda Wainwright rand Pal Adv'tfitm.ni
-J is a growing library of books and Spiers, Barney McRae, Jewel or Father Arthur Lee at ,
tapes pertaining to single again folks. Roberts, Louise Stern, Gertrude 964-6126 to arrange an appointment. *n There is also a special "help line"open Boyd Lena Robertson, Minnie Coss, Pre-school begins Aug. 23.
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The,. 'Gold9 3O1 Both Headed for StateThe

games didn't mean a whole lot night winner with a double and Johnny Godbolt 3-4
Michael McDuffie, a 138-pound __ since both teams automatically moveon Quick Stop manager Ronnie to lead Ray's, which led virtually all
dynamo who will be a senior at Brad- ': to this weekend's state tournamentbut Thomas says Ray's and the host the way in both games. Dennis
ford High next year, became the first p : Ray's Metal Works of Gainesville teamAmerican Amicable- figureto Crawford, Bobby Stephens, and Buff
Bradford County athlete we know of -.. swept 301 Quick Stop of Starke by be the toughest teams, along with each 4 hits in the twinbill.
to win an Individual gold medal fromFlorida's 'I < scores of 15.9 and 11-6 to win the B&S Construction of Tallahassee. For Quick Stop Tom Johnson was
9-year old Sunshine State I mens' District Open class Softball Amicable won a big tournament in 6-for-7, Vic Crews 5-8, Paul Rogers !
Games. a, tourney at Edwards Rd. field in Thomasville, Ga. last weekend with 3-5,Tom Paladino 3-0 with a triple and
He pinned favored Dale Mitchell of ? Stark Tuesday night. Ray's second. double, and Wesley Sheffield 34 witha
Naples to capture the scholastic division The 9-team Open state tourney The top 2 teams at state qualify for double.
( 142 pound weight class title in a starts Friday night at 7 p.m. but the national Open tournament in Donnie Audmiller of Quick Stop hit

Greco-Roman wrestling last I Quick Stop as the District 2 runnerup, Alabama.In the only home run on the rain-sogged
weekend. won't play until 10:30 Saturday morn Tuesday's nights playoff night, a 2-run shot to left-center in the
Wrestling at the ultra-modern I ing when they go against a Friday doubleheader Keith Kelly was 5-for-6 first game.
O'Connell Center on the University of I
Florida campus McDuffie sufferedhis .

graduated competition first defeat senior when of from a summer Mitchell the wrestling of AAU a II Norman's Places 5th in Women's 'A' I

hotbed of Naples who is headed for
the University of Central Florida on Starke women's league champs bottom of the 7th inning Saturday ment while Lane and Joy Maines both
wrestling scholarship,declsioned him Norman's Farm found some quality afternoon. had in-park homers and Lee, Lane,
in the finals of the freestyle tourna- opposition in the Women's 'A' District Waldo and the "0" Connection of Jackson, and Kay Allen each scored 2
ment Saturday night. tournament held in Gainesville last Melbourne were the finalists Satur- runs.

But Sunday, in the grec-roman weekend and placed 5th in the day night and the Merchants, comingout Few games saw double-digit scor-
form which allows wrestlers to use a wo4kir r b 11-team tournament. of the loser's bracket, won by 5-0 ing during the tournament so defensewas
only upper body holds (no legs), the ; Norman's opened with a 7.5 victoryover and 5-2 scores to take the title. Both at a premium and Norman's
powerful McDuffie decked Mitchell to the Holly Hill Raiders Saturday qualify for the state tournament to be played well in the field most of the
take the gold medal. morning. That was the team that held in west Florida next weekend. weekend Jones said. Jackson stole

During the weekend McDuffie won eliminated the Starke Dominoes in For Norman's in its final ASA one base hit and turned it into a double
6 matches while losing just once to district play last year but Norman'sgot tourney of the year shortstop Gayle play with a running catch in the
capture a gold and silver medal. a measure of revenge as Angie Lee again was the top hitter with a outfield Lisa Alvarez made the catch
lie wasn't the only Bradford Nix ripped 2 triples and knocked in 5 .455 weekend. Terri Lane and Sheryl of a couple of sinking liners, and Allen
wrestler to take a prize. Billy Green, .RBIs. Jackson both hit 444. played flawlessly at first base to keep
a 1982 graduate placed second in thedivision Next up was the Waldo Merchantsand Nix's 5 RBIs topped that depart- Norman's close.
.scholastic ((16-18) 130 pound the hard-hitting Waldo team
lass of for silver. knocked Norman's into the losers -
greco-roman a
McDuffie Stalks Sunshine State Games ..
I Also former Opponent. bracket with
Tornado Anthony an 8-2 victory, scoring 7
Bright won an opening round matchn Competing in the spacious O'Connell Center on the University of Florida of their runs with 2 outs.
the senior division but didn't place campus Tornado wrestler Michael McDuffie, left, sizes up a first round opponent -
pnd rising senior Kenny Bright, In the freestyle wrestling division of the Sunshine State Games last "They hit the ball in the clutch,"
nlor.t-be Roland Coleman, and weekend. Norman's coach Randy Jones said of
Danny Nugent, a volunteer assistant McDuffie who will be a senior at BUS In the Fall disposed of this man via the Waldo team that went on to win NOTICERegister
poach at BHS last year wrestled in the 14-2 decision and went on to place second In freestyle before coming back the tourney.
Greco roman Sunday but didn't win Sunday and winning the 142 pound class In greco-roman wrestling Lorelei of Gainesville eliminated
Norman's 3-2 by scoring 2 runs in the

I [.Clay- Co-Op- Team is Headed for Industrial State to Vote

;: The Clay Electric Cooperative softball second venture for a Clay Electric finals Clay won again 3-1. holding Collins third made things tough on the opposi-
team, funded by donations and team into industrial Softball, whereall to 5 hits. tion.Leaders
together for only 4 practice games the players must be employees of As the scores indicate defense was. in the hit department were
won the 3-team District 2 Men's Industrial the company, and the first success. the key for the Co-Op team. Head with 5 hits, Tyrone Mathewsand
title last weekend in Ocala Clay beat Florida Telephone of Wise with 4 each, Hardee and
and will travel to Pensacola this Ocala, the team that eliminated them "The defense won it for us," said Roger Donnelly with 3, and Elder, REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE
weekend, July 30 August 1 to com- last year, by a 2.1 margin as pitcher Clay player-coach Steve Thomas. Glenn Stanley, and Mike Whitener
pete in the state class 'A' Industrial Dwight Elder and the Clay defense "We got teams out to leave the bases with 2 base raps apiece.
tourney allowed the loser's Just 3 hits. loaded 3 or 4 times in those 3 games FOR
Clay will play Saturday morning at They then topped Collin's Avionicsof and I think we only made 1 error the '
8..a.m. against a winner of Friday Melbourne 4-1 on a 2-hitter,with the ,whole day", 1st and 2nd PRIMARY ELECTIONS
night action in the !9-team state tournament loser's only run coming on an inside- The infield of Thomas at first, F L. Ifelp! Fight( l ::.. .. ,i.
the-park homMVCotttna came back to / hucJlv Head at secondr.ToinfMyHWise* (,Last weekend's District's was the beat Florida Telephone but in the tat shortstop, and Claude i Hardee i at ,lHere's | ,., muscularDystrophy, I .' AUGUST 7 1982
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listed the church league batting Shelton Keen of Quick Stop rippedthe 9)) Dale Moll Honkies .555 ChickenDinner
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leaders twice and left out the mens Open
ball at an .833 pace but fell short of 10) Steve Cox, Country Boys .541
league leaders last week so here's the the 40 at bats needed to qualify.In .

real league scoop Softball on the top hitters In mens all, 15 men's league players hit 12)) Larry Wayne Green Testcn, Honkies.,Lawtey 541 532 I ; Saturday, August 7, 9 am 5 pm
than .500 in league play 13) Ronnie Thomas,301 .529 I
Terry Stratton, the southpaw slugger (minimum of 40 at bats). 14)) Farelon McClellan, 301 .509
from 301 Quick Stop, won the i
15)) Turknett .518 July
double crown' in Starke men's league Larry ,Keystone i '
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Despite slowing!} down his home run 1) Terry Stratton,301. .72i 1) Terry Stratton,301 24 I Neva Flynn
pace MrThe*Ust'half,of the season 2)) Steve Thomas,Keystone .' .620 '2) Tom Paladmo Jr.,301 20 I Handyway
Stratfg' CrtdS f\d'\ otiliteamatc: f TomPaladincPjriaiHK's 3) Sam Sibley,Keystone ': 1,6055 3) Gene Tanner,301 7 I Corner ofMadisonWaters of Elections
to and hIS 721-:- 4) Randy Corbin, 4) Farelon McClellan, 301 6 Supervisor
league batting average l49-for-68)) :.v .Gene ) Expressp'600' 's Sam Sibley,301 6 : .
wa* aWl( ) $eJWr\ n thij %Ileague. eVTpm Paladin .v I ,. 6) Vic Crews, 301 4 r, Bradford County
Steve Thomas of the, Keystone Merchants 7) Donald Wheeler,.Express .578 Sam Bennett,Olins 4 "3" Donation
wad nuMbe/2 at .620. 8) Bill Goodge, Express .569 Wayne Teston, Lawtey 4

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The Lawtey Dixie Youth Associa- 'Smallfy Softball league wrapsup Red leadoff hitter. Chris had 3,score tr I customer Good only
tion will be holding a women's Softball tonight, Thursday, July 29, with WMnwsday.juivai for combination. while" i
tournament at Cobbie Field in Lawtey special night games for parents to GatDlS1S.SUM:The joyous Galon broke into dark orders Customer
Friday through Sunday. August 6-8, watch their sons and daughter the Stephen win column, John with Boy this and victory David over showed the the Sun way I pays all applicable
and area teams are invited to participate The Pirates clinched the title by with runs apiece and Edwin,and ee-Jay added taeorea wSL sales las i
winning their last 6 games in a row. for the winners. stil I I
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The Yankee*notched vic 7 to 15 to participate in the Bradford I SI II i
Expos on Top tory number :1 a* Aahley Billy. Brian. and Kim County Pop Warner football program
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the lead in Jr. Softball with 9 wins in .I.. 'Bight. SANDWICH Colonel'
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Cathy scoring twice Uw Padre topped Uw Royal WHO: NonMembeBradford we concentrate on ju ton. I I ...... '= (;
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Brewer aa Kelsey and Clarence chalked, up 3 JuI<:y th. .Colonel's special

rune Chuck(,or Chris the winner Link, and and Ftlieia got assistance with J: acore from- WHEN:, Summer ,/ ues y, Thursday, FridaYy iVjy.! 'It's'alJ we-do. Gre.t.tastlng I I $ 8 II I

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I. -- II.'" Sportsmanship Honor Won by Major; Stars

Nobody Buddy -

I' A bold try at taking the District 7
Dixie Youth Major League all star title -
) Wanted Collings came to an end last Wednesday fT
night for the Starke American League *
1 alf stars, who settled for 3rd-place in rr
L1 : the 8-teara tournament. They did brIng ;
To Win a trophy back from Keystone '
Heights though, as co-winners (with cP
Sports Editor Keystone) of the Sportsmanship
_.. trophy and showed it off Tuesday
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night a party players,
parents, and coaches at Western M
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'i It was a game neither team wanted to win and that, in the middle of a Steer. J___ U _
:.! ; steady drizzle,took much of the shine off what might have been a fine double The tourney champ, Bel Med of
': r (maybe triple) header between Starke's 301 Quick Stop and Gainesville's Orange Park, ousted the Starke 11-12 _
.a 1 Ray' Metal Works Tuesday night at Edwards Rd. year old stars by a 2-0 count Wednes
. I I Ray's, which is basically the Green Machine team that will be put back day, and then rallied to beat runnerupand
'. together next year if plans don't change, won the best-of-3 series in two host Keystone Heights 6-4 Thursday
i i games 15-9 and 11-6, but the calibre of Softball wasn't what it could have in the finals. Bel Med now will
{ been because neither team had much motivation,except to get a warmup for represent the area in the state tourna
the state tourney in Niceville that both will take part in this weekend. ment.
You see,both teams knew the draw for the state tourney Monday and were Speaking of representing, the ,
r of the opinion that the second seed from this District had a better draw than Starke boys represented Bradford
the champion. County very well said their coaches m
It makes it l kind of hard to be gung-ho for victory when you've got a who treated them to a team party at
tougher road to the state title as a reward for winning... Western Steer Steak House Tuesday

night, July 27. ,
...In ASA District Softball playoffs last weekend Gainesville Tire, which "The boys did great," said coach : t
placed nationally in class 'B' last year and had to move up to 'A' was 1-2 in Jerry Wilson, who skippered the d
the District 'A tourney in Palatka, failing to advance to state, and Dodgers during the regular season.
Gainesville's Ten Plus Too, area 'B' sub-district winner, lost 2 one run "We had that one flat game against Ji
games in the 'B' District in Deland... Keystone (a 6-2 loss) but other than I Ir
that they were great. If we could have '
: ...I goofed on the wrap-up story about the Starke Stars when I quoted so beat Keystone we would have been in ,*
many records being set. Actually only new team marks were set for wins second and we might even have won it aE : : '
:. ((43)), winning percentage (.768), homers ((51)), and batting average. from there. But they did a good job. -- -- --- -
The individual marks like Chuck Johnson's .644 batting average were only "Even in the finals we played well Celebration...
team leaders for this year, not records... with our defense and pitching, that 'Major District tournament the winn-
The Starke Major League All Stars celebrated their 3rd place finish in the rece
Bel Med pitcher was just a little too able to
...The recent AAU Jr. Men's ((19-and-under) National Championships in much. He just kept firing 'em in there Ing of the Sportsmanship trophy the one coach Jerry Wilson is holding at right, and Just being par- I
basketball, held at FJC's new complex in Jacksonville, showed well the kind and didn't walk a single batter." ticipate together at a team party held at Western Steer Tuesday night.
of talent available in this state. Starke managed just 4 hits in the All the boys were given all star trophies by the Rec. Department.But I
: Team Florida, an all star team from the state,was second to the powerful final game, 2 by Paul Akridge in 3 at
: New York City Riverside Church Hawks and Orlando, a second Florida club bats, and 2 by catcher Jerry Roebuckin in the sixth he got in a jam, giving ter, Brian Whitehead, coming up.
that started 3 juniors, was third, upsetting Oklahoma in the opening round 2 times up. up 2 singles to start the inning, But Whitehead grounded out to Correction:
: and Michigan in the 3rd place game. For 5 innings it was a nipandtuckpitcher's walking a man to load the bases, and third base and the Bel Med pitcher We should have listed Rick Kimutis
Two teams in the top three of an squad national all star tournament is duel. Starke starter Robby then being hit for a 2-run double that struck out the last two Starke hittersto of the Braves as one of the original all
quite a feat. Now if the Florida colleges could just keep that talent at home. McRae whiffed 8 Bel Med batters on broke the 0-0 deadlock Brian preserve the win. stars selected. He was on vacationthis
Only five of the players on the 2 Florida teams signed with a state major college strikeouts in the first 2 innings before Whitehead came in and got out of the For the game the winners had 7 month and unable to participatein
2 with Jacksonville (that city's own Otis Smith of Forrest and Tom getting in trouble in the third. He trouble with no more runs scoring but base hits to Starke's 4, with both the all star tournaments. ,
Terrell, Wolfson), and 1 for each of Florida State. Stetson, and South walked the first 3 and left fielder that proved to be enough for Bel Med. teams striking out 10.
Florida. Dewey Williams was called In. Starke did come close to scoring in .
Smith and 2 other Florida all-staters were named to the 10-man 'All- Williams responded magnificently the bottom of the last. Jody Brown
America' all tourney team: George Almones of Lakeland Kathleen and striking out the first 2 hitters he facedand was hit in the hand by a pitch. Hurt, HEIGHTS
Horace Broadnax of 4A state champ Plant City Almones is headed to SW getting the third to bounce backto he was taken out and replaced by KEYSTONE (
Louisiana Broadnax to NCAA tourney finalist Georgetown the mound for the third out. pinch runner Billy Heavner Akridgethen ..
In the fourth and fifth it was more of laid down a beatiful bunt for his ;
High School All Star Games This Weekend... CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
the same with Williams getting Bel second hit of the game and a double
The annual North-South high school all star games are this weekend in Med out 1-2-3 in both frames to stretchhis steal put runners at second and third .1
Gainesville and though we don't have any all stars from Bradford High as we string to 9 straight batters retired. with nobody out and Starke's top hit Jr
have in the past the games do offer local prep fans a chance to see the state's

The basketball games are set for Friday night in the O'Connell Center with r J
the girls game at 6:30: and the boys at 8:30.: Almones Broadnax, and Smith,
"all-americans" from the Jr. AAU nationals are all expected to be on hand. t
The football game,with running backs John I.. Williams and Darryl Oliverof ReElect! .> BACK PAIN !$$iS n P'r WHIPLASH 1
Palatka on the North squad, is set for 7:30: Saturday night at Florida Field.
Also a North-South soccer game is slated for Thursday on Florida Field, <
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July!9.I98Z TELEGRAPH Page'A

Williams Says Government Can't Work By Itself BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTS

When+Joe,Williams threw hia cap t'lected'llle says, "I'll work with the and of course, we need to encourage I
into the ring by deciding to run other four commissioners to bring the group of people who want to get Orangewood Arartments
against incumbent Travis Woods In about a better quality of city services.I'll the Humane Society well establish in P.O. BOX -146,
the District
5 City Commission "
race. work hard to apply city personnel Starke.
Williams expressed the belief that it regulations to all employees alike,require "Very important to any improvement Starke, Florida 32091
will be a challenge to all those voters better performances by all in government is planning for
who gather at city hall Sept. 14. employees and I'll work to Improve the future. There is now way we can
"The voter must decide among working conditions and the pay scale catch up soon on all the things we're 1,2. and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat
several alternatives.Will the voter be for city employees. An improvementin behind in here in Starke like replac
air wall wall
and ; to shag carpeting; drapes; stove and
to the booth
voting because he these areas will reflect positivelyand ing broken sidewalks and storm
wants to participate in selecting the with dignity and respect on the sewers and building new ones, but we refrigerator.
candidates for office? If he chooses to whole community. A good work force need to make a beginning by laying For informationApplicationContact
vote, will he look at the record of the doing the Job expected of It will also some plans and priorities for the : Orangewood Apartments
incumbent and qualifications?Will he save more than it will cost." future.
r consider the character,education,experience Joe says that as a starter on "I believe we can improve the equal c/o Tracy Balr, Manager
i and other qualifications of specifics he's" in favor of paying quality of life that we have here in 'Housing P' BOX 146
I Joe Williams?" more than $150 a month for the Job of btarkel! I hope the voters will go to the opportunity starke Florida| 32091You're
| Joe feels the time Is ripe for making dog catcher. .maybe if we do we can city hall Sept. 14 and elect me to workon
E a change in the District 5 position He get the stray dogs off the streets the City Commission team. Joe Williams
I says he believes in"citizen particlpa-
Ition with leaders in making govern-
merit work. The law, as well as
I government in genral,is like a pick or AMBflCA'S( FAMILY I STORE
fa hoe or a shovel it doesn't work by going to like
itself, You or somebody has to pick ft
lup and see it in order to make itwork.

When." asked for data about himselfe our Pharmacy. .

said, I'm a graduate of the Univer-
ity of Florida College of Business Ad- Eckerd Pharmacists arehighlytralnedprofessionals.who are going to ,
ninistration. I believe strongly In the J make sure you are completely satisfied.They take continuing education
"democratic process. I'm a Christian. courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in
first y corporate membership is at the drugs.They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts
Presbyterian Church of Starke. and generic drugs whenever possible.They will also save you
I was a Marine Pilot in World War II
stocks to the need on hand!
time by constantly checking keep drugs you
hnd Korea
serving in the Pacific and
hina and Japan overseas." III11 IfJ.
Among other things Joe has been a "MIIIII 4F
flight instructor, a real estate
alesman life insurance salesman
I I alcohol program consultant, circuit I i I II
1 Court: counselor youth counselor and I
I is presently partner/manager of 4 1 _
radford Village Apartments. _
What will Joe Williams do if

School Administrators 1
,llai,To Attend Annual BAGS
(: Leadership Conference m

'M'Evaluating beginning teachers will
be the main topic at the sixth annual
Summer Leadership Conference
-Sponsored by the Northeast Florida __. GALAXY
-- -
5 Educational Consortium. -- CASCADEDISHWASHER. OSCILLATING /
|Most::: Bradford school administrators 16" FAN
1* will attend the July 27-30 CLOSE UP SIGNAL WHITE RAIN KORDITE

conference at the Desert- Inn in TOOTHPASTE MOUTHWASH HAIR SPRAY DETERGENT TRASH BAGS 3 2151 SPEEDS flag. 3f 99
Daytona Beach. Over 130 school administrators -lifJi
from the nine counties 9.4-OZ. 21-oz. 67 -409 99 2e-oAL. 99
from which the consortium is com 7 9 1 7.S-OL so-oZ. 1 BOX OP 40Rag. 299 3 4 *
prised Baker, Bradford,Dixie,Levy, Sal I* I '
G christ, Flagler, Nassau Putnam Priced .. Priced ..... 3 TYPES lUg. 2.49 i. 4.49 I
and Union, are expected to par- Limit 1 Price reflects cents off label. Limit 1 Price reflects cents off label
.1 ticipate in the 4-day program. /

Beginning next term beginning
teachers must serve one year under a /A'>Tw

'they peer by need teacher administrators.improvement be told of areas, and in counseled which- SECRET DEODORANT I.'SHARP BUYS I in SCHOOL SUPPLIES I III

I Consultants to the conference are MEAD SCHOOL ORGANIZERS
I>rs.'Jerry and Elner Bellon from the -fl39 E.. -; DATA CENTER II I

University of Tennessee. The Bellonsare THE ORGANIZERSCARRYALL
nationally known experts in the 5-oz.. Deodor L
training of school administrators and ant. 4-oz. Antlpersplrant. o FLEX-3 TM
J have trained school personnel in over Limit 1 i o TRAPPER KEEPER TM I I
20 states and in Canada. The Bellons'training .

aims at assisting administrators jAN 1 YOUR,! CHOICE... ,, .. ., ,
to work,more closely _. ._ "' .1 : u ,} A .3.9. II
and more!effectively<< with classroom' LIPSTICK '-WCIBB. .s Rpulu4.05..1.:. REDWOOD & ALUMINUM 1"

teachers.-1 R ASSORTED fl. 2.75 I LAWN FURNITURE I

:?I Bassmasters Have
,, Final Contest / 200 SHEETS PENS PACK OF 42 11599 2999
.1. Limit 1 ; 9" X 12"Reg. '
The final tournament for the Brad- I Reg. 3'9 Reg. 1.79 pk. 1.00 I
ford Bassmasters 1981-82 season was I. e pk.OOI
(, All Bassmasters came to fish hard '
all night, as this tournament decidedthe BAR-B-Q GRILL ::
r final 2 FOR88e/
point standings. FOOTBALL Reg.S..11 OQ99
Edwin Johns had held the first SCHOOL -- I
all and BOX EMBLEM J. save 20.00 Idr W'
spot year was being I
Chased by Don Thompson.The II Reg.49- PENCILS : ; TOT 50 \" I 4 grid levels. tilting hood --I
weigh-in told the final story. Limit 2 ... PACK Of 14Reg. I'IIJIaSTAPLER f
Edwin Johns won his fifth tournamentof 33.._' 1..' pk.
the year and in so doing, clinched Ja/If. / .(, v I

the Angler-of-the-Year title. Congratulations I "-1119 r.. 99CRAID / / 10-INCHX17-INCH ;dLg ems 1
to Edwin on a fine Job of ASPIRINBOTTLE HIBACHI -s'
fishing year. OP 100 i //
Harry Sheffield took 2nd place with Reg. 9.99 a QQ \
the big fish,an 8 ib.plus,being landed 39C Sale
by Edwin Johns. IIU1 V/ ed'I
The; tournament was decent but not -ar
fantastic. Most fish were taken on Limit 1 r BATH SCALE_ DISPOSABLE KILLER
blabk:: lunker lures over the hydrilla. COLORS FLASHLIGHTReg. iCe
gut next tournament will be August Reg. 1499 .1.49 Reg. 2.49 iJ.II II
6 and will also be the first tournamentof : :) fl IGLOO
the new season. PEROXIDE10VOLUME 999 r' t1r 99CBEAVER 179 CHEST II
Good Flshm. n 7 _" 1ICE
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Meetings of the oldest continuousfree TRONOLANEWITH #1334951Reg. 3/ 00 : :' -:
speech forum' in the United FICIAk *? Of'M* 9.99 ; 59CLimit

States the City Club Forum, are 10 1-OZ.9ur CUBAN>09iTOwirie or 4259 =- PACKS '. .r K & S 2-H.P.
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Tuesday at 12:30 a %
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Each week a speaker of national Mll m M:
prominence addresses the club for NYLON FIDDLE I .7116999
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thirty minutes and then submits to HAMMOCK PEANUTS .1
thirty minutes of questioning by the Limit 1 each .g: ,,. Reg. 1.97OUNCE FADDLE KIOUIAM 1-LB.B fl. Lit or 11 cutting angles. 1m

audience. Speakers to be heard dur- Reg. 79-, ASSORTEDMURINE
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Moral Majority Leader Rev. Jerry 59
Falwell, Douglas Fraser who head i
the United Auto Workers and anti- EYE 0.5-OUNCE DROPS Murlneifc Limit Limit W x 50' VINYLGARDEN

ERA spokeswoman Phyllis Schlafly: i nc ir H n _ HOSE
The City Club is an organization of 119Limit b ///iSAlie' n !4rh (
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held these forums as a regular weekly 1 BLACK a WHITETELEVISION 4 .4.49 ......mm
event since the 1890's.This .
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with an address by Ralph Davidson, ALKA- Reg. 119.99 Ij
chairman of Time,Inc.The second of- 1
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Fishes Hunslnger (------------ ECKERD2 ------ OPEN DAILY 9 to 9. SUNDAY 10 to /Sale, Price good thru Set. July 31st. '

Marine Exercise .
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Roderick G. and La Verne D. Huns \ Bradford Square THE RIGHT
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: Work began Tuesday night July 27, payments already built into the June, and with three months to go Woods for the Group 5 council- seat, End -

:: on a new$6 million budget for the City budget. He has not figured the increase commissioners think power purchases was the only member of the public I Comes Near Tragic I,

: ,. of Starke for the fiscal year of 1982-83, in income coming from the will be around $1 million. which attended. With carry-over

which begins Sept. 30. proposed increase in sewer rates. Purchase of electricity from FPL funds of $38,889, the revenue sharing
City commissioners and Clerk Neil The budget remains uncertain, the and the interest payments are the budget is set at $93,096 for 82-83. A trip home from the hospital with In addition to the three no-valid-

Tucker spent three hours going over clerk insists because under new largest increases in the proposed Williams told the council he'd like their three-day-old son ended unhap-- license charges. Carroll has also

the new budget figures prepared by federal auditing systems which the budget. to see some federal revenue sharing pily for Jeff and Jan McRae at 12:15: been cited for unlawful speed ($25

the clerk. The1.8 million Utility Florida Public Service Commissionhas Residential natural gas sales were money spent on repairing sidewalks.The p.m. Wednesday,July 21,when their fine); the July 4 violations of fleeingor I

A System budget shows income $58,852 required cities to adopt there is no increased $42,000 to $360,000 and com council agreed. 1981 Mazda was rammed by a car attempting to elude a police officer -

over expenditures. Tucker's proposed audit trail built. For that reason the mercial gas sales are increased .driven by Anthony Conrad Carroll, wilful and wanton reckless

:i: General Fund budget, which the council clerk says his figures are suspect. For $87,000 $271,000. Tucker said he and Clerk Tucker listed the projects to 21, of Hampton. driving, and driving while intoxicated -

4. did not go over Tuesday night, instance, on salaries the clerk said he Gas Dept. Superintendent Bob Paterson be done with the federal revenue ; plus citations on July 21 for

shows a shortfall of $119,215 with expenditures took the June salary payment and talked the situation over and expect sharing funds. They are: garbage Seriously injured in the accident faulty equipment (no brakes), and

: of $1,157,351 listed. multiplied them by 12 to get the an- a colder winter. Gas sales were truck $16,783, Orange Street repairs were the baby's mother, Jan driving against restrictions.

; nual payroll.A down this year because of the three $10,000, Edwards Road recreation McRae, and grandmother, NitaMcR.ae
: The city really does not have a ma- straight months of warm weather. complex $10,000, recreation struc- both of whom sustained He pled not guilty to all four of the
seven percent pay increase is in- tures repair $8,164,3 new police cars July 4 violations and non-jury trials
jor problem balancing the budget. A Expecting some $500,000 in federal broken jaws and multiple lacera-
i-; tough job clerk Tucker and the coun- cluded for city employees, the clerk funds from EPA in the sewer grant, $13,574, an electric typewriter for the tions about their faces, arms and have been set on all of those chargesfor
cil face said. That is the same as the state and police department $950, fire depart Aug. 30. On the two July 21
is coming up monies to clerk Tucker added that amount to other parts of the body. Both were
: payoff the $2.8 million notes the city county are giving the sewer income, pushing income up ment $9,000, part of a new computerfor rushed back to Alachua General charges, arraignments have been

: plans to sell to finance the two-way All requests by department headsare to $684,500 from $152,500. city hall $10,000, office equipment Hospital, which they had left, less set for Aug. 9.
also included in the
power tie with Florida Power & Light proposed Electric sales by the city are in- $2,500, Bradford County library dona- than an hour previously, with the
of the have
and its 25 percent matching portion of budget. creased $235,000, up from $3,183,500 to tion $9,725, Bradford County Health new baby, Jeremy Scott McRae. Both injured women Alachua .
the $721,000 federal EPA grant to Improve Another large expenditure increase $3,328,500. Department $2.400.Commissioner undergone operations in I
will be unable to
efficiency of the sewerage is $1.34 million for purchase of electricity Water sales are projected down Charles Schaefer At the time of the accident, Carrollwas solid General food and for at least two weeks.eat

system. from FPL, from which the city $6,500, from $179,000 to $172,500. But recalled the first federal revenue out on $750 surety bond after

1! Those payments will be hefty if city now buys at least half of its current the increase proposed in water ratesis sharing grant seven years ago was pleading not guilty in county courton Nita McRae,in the the grandmother front who
fathers decide to sell bond That's was sitting right ,
anticipation up from $1.16 million for 81-82 not figured in. around $150,000. It has been decreas- four charges of traffic violations j
notes for just five years, as clerk but FPL has applied for a 16 percentrate A federal revenue sharing hearingon ing.every year, Schaefer says. Mayor 4. his received a broken jaw in two places
occurring July Operating car and her forehead and
Tucker plans to do if interest rates remain increase in wholesale power the city's $69,040 grant for 1982-83 Silcox said he expects the federal fun- under a restricted license, but with deep cuts on
both Besides her broken
hIgh.Tucker rates. held. Joe Williams arms. jaw,
who is
was ding to end before too many more '
no licensed 18-year-old (or older)
Jan McRae, the mother, received a
has $356,249 in interest The city paid FPL $757,000 through challenging Commissioner Travis years.
driver him
accompanying as required broken wrist and severe lacerationson

by law, Carroll backed his her face, chin, neck, shoulder and

I County Hoping Carry-Over Will Balance I 1975 Ford LTD from a dirt side road leg. Jeff McRae, the driver, escapedwith
Budget.. into Highway 18, just east of Hampton minor cuts and bruises.

''L.I impacting the McRae car

("'rom Page 1A) proximately $160,000, up from $80,000 or so. There is no new fund, budget, as there was a few years ago.' broadside. Jeff McRae estimated Fortunately, the baby was ridingin

percent to bring in 15 percent more 156000. such as the 5th penny of sales tax add- In recent years the commission has Carroll's speed while backing at back and had been strapped into

revenue that in 8182. But that case For half-an-hour after they turned ed on this year, to' look forward to. used the carry-over to balance the around 30 miles an hour his car seat by the mother thus

won't arise in Bradford County this the budget, still $198,000 out of Neither can property values be budget. escaping being thrown from the car

year, CPA Pat Farnsworth has balance, over to clerk Brown, com raised. Brown said he talked with Facing an every tightening budget Following the collision which through broken glass. Both of the injured -

... assured the commission. missioners discussed what the money Alvarez and the property appraisersaid problem. commissioners Tuesday "totaled" the McRae car scattering women were rendered unconscious -

The rollback figure of 9.43 mills is situation will be like next summer. the values are about at the max- night overed a hiring moratorium. glass throughout its interior. Carroll by the impact

slightly less than last year's millage General concensus is that it will be imum in Bradford Co, that not too They also instructed clerk Brown to said, "Hey, man I didn't have no Carroll remains out of jail on sure-

because a mill of ad valorem taxes is even tighter, says the clerk. much can be expected from increas- inform courthouse officials of the brakes." ty bond, and is still allowed to

worth slightly more this year because The county will be able to raise pro- ing property values in the coming moratorium, and to request the of- Carroll now has a lengthy list of operate his car on the restricted
of a small increase in taxable proper. perty taxes to the state maximum of year. ficials to conserve in their budgets as traffic violations March license.
;:=; ty values. A mill this year is worth sp- 10 mills, but that will brine in only Nor is there a $500,000 reserve in the much as possible this year. nine three since
22 1981 for
including having"no
Damage to' the 1975 Ford LTD.

I 9 One Week Remains to Register for Primary.. case valid was disposed driver's of license.by paying The$23 first in, driven the Mazda by damage Carroll was was estimated$1,500, and at

court costs on July 24, 1981; the se-
I Ted Oglebby(from and Vnff Maxie I4\ Reddish. In the City of Starke, Group 1 commissioner challenged by Marke apartmentowner Lt. Gov. Wayne Mixson will be at cond was dismissed on Jan. 4, 1982

Bob Milner is challengedby Joe Williams. the courthouse at 3:30: p.m. Friday, and the third was scheduled for a Trooper D.C. Roberts, of the
District 5 incumbent and
I ;:! current former police chief and body shop non-jury trial on Aug. 30 after Car- Florida Highway Patrol investigating
school board chairman J.T. Parrish is With action under way, the can- July 30. He will stop on his way from was
::j challenged by Jerry Lawson. operator Bobby Biggs,Woods and in is Group didates are out ringing doorbells and Lake Butler to a fund raising event in roll pled not guilty to the charge. officer.
commissioner Travis
handing out cards. Green Cove Springs.of ._u

I Legal NoticesIN -

-; _'_.._.. v, '_"_..i.'.I- but tion shall not be limited based upon.to: IN THE CIRCUIT- COURT Issuance 1979.Description NOTICE OF SUIT Execution Issued out wise subjected to .
of Proper. NO PROPERTYTO of County Court of Bradford discrimination NOTICE OF
: South Rang. 22 East. In the INTENTION.
capabilities, ofpersonnel
adequacy FOR
Bradford County, ty: W 49 FT of N 120 FT of : Sharon Boyd. Address County, Florida pur. conduct of its program TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS
Florida being more particularly and lot 5 in Otis SID of : 2 Pinewood Drive tuant to a Final Judge- and the operation of Its NAME
1 described as Lowt.y Sec: 23, Twp 5-S. Carbondale. III. ment for Dave Mender- facilities. Under this NOTICE IS HEREBY
AND FOR BRADFORD to meet time and Case No. 82.125FLORIDA
YOU ARE HEREBY son and Annie Chandler That the under
follows Assurance this GIVEN.
.4 COUNTY, : budget requirements, R22.Name
I Commence at the location recent and In which assessed NOTIFIED that an action of Stark. Florida. and organization is Committed signed under the provisions .
Plaintiff vs. Henry Moore. for Dissolution of Marriage against ".E, Crlffl. of
-, Cose No. 82.178.CA Southwest corner of the work loads, and the KENNETH C. PADGETTand not to dl.crlmlnat.ogoln.t Setion 865.09.
-1 FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of volume of work SHEILA K. PADGETT All of sold'prop.rty has been filed defendant In the any person on Florida Statutes will
; BANK OF said Section 6 and run previously awarded to Defendants. being in the County of against you and your are amount of $250 togetherwith the ground of race, coloror register with the Clerk of

1 JACKSONVILLE. as thence North 1 degree the firm by the Board. NOTICE OF SALE Bradford State of required to serve a copy costs of collection. national origin In its the Circuit Court in and
20' 00' W.st along the The of this Florida. of your written defenses, Have seized and hove policies and practicesrelating for Putnam County.
r Trust. for the HOUSING scope NOTICE is
West hereby Unless such certificateor if any to it, on the plaintiff In my possession the Florida of
;: FINANCE AUTHORITY OF boundary of said selection Is for all additions ,. given that, pursuant to to applications upon receipt
rl BRADFORD COUNTY. NW 1/4 of NW 114 366.58 repairs and construction the Final Judgm.ntent.r.d certificates shall be s attorney whose following described per- for service or any other proof of publication of

:: FLORIDA Plaintiff vs. feet, thence North 88 as required for in case number redeemed according to name and address is: tonal property to-wit: policies and practices this notice, the following

? DAVID M. ROUNTREE degrees 27' 00" East, Bradford County Schools 82.125, In the Circuit law the property described Martin C. Tora.| No. F100 Ford Truck Cabis relating to treatment of fictitious name to wit

:1 and DIANE E. ROUN 1 1183.17 feet to the Point of a possible value in excess Court for Bradford County in such certificate or 077011, P.O. Box 229. I yellow with brown beneficiaries and participant Curie. Suiuki ol Stork..

I-f TREE Defendants of Beginning Thence of $250,000.S.lection Florida. I will sell the certificates will be sold Lawtey, Fla. 32058 and pray In spots. Warranty Including rates under which he I I. engaged -

r: NOTICE OF SALE continue North 88 of the three situated to the highest bidder at file" the original with the No. F10CN361S97. Truck condition and extension in business at 1640 S.

BY CLERK d.gr. 27' 00" East best qualified 'firms shall property Bradford County In the court house door on clerk of the above styled bed has well drilling rig ol service use of any of Walnut SI.. Sta'..., Fla.

NOTICE IS HEREBY 153.24 feet, thence take place at 7 p.m., Florida described the 17th day of August, court on or before mounted on some, Including its facilities, attendance 32058.
GIVEN pursuant to a North 1 degree :20 00" August S, at the School Commence at the SW 1982. August 10, 1982, otherwise drilling tower, at and participation;: In That the name of th.

final judgment of West parallel to said Board Offices 582 North corner of E 1/2 of. SW 1/4 Dated this 24th. day of a judgement maybe water tank and car any meetings ofbeneficiaries person solely interestedin

foreclosure dated July West boundary 278.70 Temple Ave., Stark., of NE 1/4 and run Easterly June 1982. entered against you engine. plus transmission and participants the said business is as
feet, thence Gilbert, S. Brown for the relief demanded follows
South 89 Florida. Negotiationswith or the exerciseof :
q IS. 1982 entered in this along South line
1 case, that I will sell to degrees 38 30' West the best qualified" 208.75 feet for Point of Deputy Clerk in the complaint or peti As the property of the any rights of such JOHN E. CURLES

q th. highest and best bid 153.56 feet; thence SouthI firm shall take place Im- Beginning: thence continue Clerk of Circuit Court of tion.WITNESS above named defendantand beneficialre. *' and pars 7/29 4tchg 8, 19

: d.r 'for cash, at the Bradford I degree :20' 00" East medially thereafter. Easterly :208.75 Bradford County, Florida my hand and that on Monday the ticlpants In the"conductof

County Courthouse parallel to said West J.T, Parrish Chairman feet thence run Northerly 7/1 4tchg 7/23 the seal of said Court on 9th day of August 1982 the operation of this Nose f News?

,_3 boundary 281.94 feet to Bradford July 2. 1982.Gilb.rt at one p.m. on said dayon organisation.
in Starke. Florida at II County 208.75 feet, thence run NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
the Point of Beginning. School Board S. BrownAs the premises of the Any person who New on the fragrance
the 9th
; a.m. on day of Westerly 208.75 feet, REGISTER
August, 1982. the follow Containing 1 1.00 acres ltehg729SWILL thence run Southerly FICTITIOUS Clerk of said CourtBy Bradford County Jail I believes' himself, or any' forefront Is a gentle, new

ing described propertyas more or less. e 208.73 feet to the Pointof NAME : Beulah MoodyAs will offer for sale and specific class of' individuals mood for musk 'soft, fem i.

) set forth in th. final, Dated this :20th day of BIDS ARE INVITED Beginning lying and NOTICE IS HEREBY Deputy Clerk sell to the highest bidder ,, to be subjected nine, light and alluring
July 1982 The School Board of GIVEN. That the undersigned 7/8 4tchg 7/29 for cash in hand the : by this organisa Women who use musk
Judgment to wit: being in E 1/2 of SW 1/4 under the
Gilbert S. Brown Bradford above described property tion to discrimination will appreciate the subtlety
Lot U: A portion of th. County will of NE 1Section 10, of Setion, 86509.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO of said defendant to of this musk
Clerk r.c.iv. bids swill prohibited by Title VI of new cologne,
NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of on Township 6 South, Range Florida will
By: Beulah Moody from all school 21 East Statutes REGSITER FICTITIOUS satisfy, the ,aforesaid the Act and the Rules new users will be enticed by
containing one with Clerk of
Deputy Clerk cafeterias register the NAME Execution. and Regulation' Issued: the experience of
HOW TO on August 16, acre, more or less. the Circuit and wearing
7/22_:2tchg 7/29 1982 at 7 p.m. Interested at public sale to the Court In Pursuant to Section Dolph E. Reddish. thereunder may, by musk for the first time
INVESTINREAL for Putnam County 863.09, Florida Statutes, Sheriff Bradford County. himself
INTENT TO ACQUIREPROFESSIONAL Individual. must bid oneach highest bidder for ca.h.at ore I representative -
Florida of '
ESTATE. school upon receipt notice is hereby given Florida. ,, file, with the
AR. separately, the front door of the proof of publication of .
that the undersigned, 7/15 4tcha B/5
listing the school Secretary of Agriculture
SERVICEBY County Courthouse
uJ. COMPETITIVE SELECTION and the amount bid per In Starke, this notice the 'following Zone G. Hudson P.O. Washington D.C. 207SO.
CAeek wid fictitious name. to-wit: Box 272 Keystone STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION .
month for each school. Florida between Ham. or the Rural Electrification
Youn I Records ,under '
,. Heights. Fla.. 32636. sole
Individuals bid Administration
The on and 2
Bradford County may p.m. on the 12th
which In Continental The
Our sales associates School one or all schoolsSuccessful of we are engaged or joint owners doing Telephone Washington" D.C: '90230.or natural non-aerosol
I know where to look for Board. Starke bidder day August. 1962.Gilb.rt business at P.O. Box 390 business under the firm Company of the South-. ',this orvaniZatiof\ musk cologne delivers a

I I Investment opportunities Florida In accordance mustprovide S. Brown, Lowt.,. Fla 32058. name of Keystone Florida has filed with the ; fine mist that is lonq lasting.
pierelntownorafloverthe with Florida Statutes suitable cans for As Clerk of Sold Court all a written.cqml>lal"" .
That the Federal
; country. And we have the :286.053 shall conduct swill to be placed In of BYi Beulah Moody names of thepersons Barber & Hairstyling, Government a Such.complain? must be The natural, non-aerosol
each location solely InterestedIn Lawrence Blvd.. Compliance AssuranceIn filed 'eof letr'than Soft Musk Cologne from
experience to help you get open competition- the Failure to Deputy Clerk, 'ISO
financing at terms you can selection of a Professional keep can wash area 71222tch9 7/29 the said business areas Keystone Heights Intends which It assures the doys 'after);>e. alleged Avon delivers a fine mist

I afford. Tell us your objectives Architect. Those clean shall be groundsfor .,- follows: to register said fictitious Rural Electrification Administration discrimination, or by that is long lasting. The

-we'0 help find them Individuals or firms voiding award with NOTICE OF ,APPLICATION AIMEE SHEDDAN ,name under the that It will such later date to which golden amber and ivory

for you wishing considerationmust no return of man.y.Int..d FOR TAX DEED TOM SHEDDAN aforesaid statute. comply fully with all requirements the Secretary of packaging reflect its gentle

have In the office of ; persons NOTICE IS HEREBY 7/8 4tpd 7/29 Dated this 8th day of of Title VI of Agriculture or the Rural fragrance

: 02n1uviii2l! the Superintendent, ,of must have bids at the GIVEN that Charlie Mae July. 1982. In Cloy Coun the Civil Rights Act of Electrification Administration To effectively "layer"the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1964 and the Rules and
School's current GSA Bradford County School Moore the holder of the ty. extends the musk scent, shower with .

Standard Forms:251.254. Board Administration following certificates has EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 7/15, 4tchg, 8/5 Regulations of the time for .filing. Identity of the matching subtle body I

NEIGHBORHOOD Irnoptrriis and 255 by August 3. Building not later than 7 filed said certificates for OF FLORIDA IN .. Department of complalntants will b. soap. Follow with the com I
'inc. p.m. August 16. 1982. tax deed AND FOR BRADFORD Agriculture Issued kept confidential pany's mildly fragranced l
1982. 4 p.m., and falling a to be Issued NOTICE OF exceptto
SHERIFF'SSALE thereunder
-1 COUNTY to the end
Realtors same shall not be con S.nd bid. to: Dolor. thereon. The certificate the extent necessary body talc to help absorb I
f904)e4-) .211liDsrsupmrLT Morgan. Coordinator CIVIL ACTION that no person In the to the moisture and smooth
numbers and out skin
r OWHSD sldered.: Individuals and years' Is Notice is carry purposesof t
hereby United
LCD orssATSD. Bradford County School the Case No. 82251CAMARTIN glv.nthai' Slates shall on the Rule and after bathing. Then add
firms may offer any further suance description I. E. Regulation a I
Dolph the
5.ai i I9eC.ni.vy I EIHJII.Coipov.iion.Iqu.l 21. statements or Food Service. 582 North of the property, and the Plaintiff. C. TAJRA as sheriff of Bradford Reddish or ground national of origin race color be *. spray of the cologne before

Houttns Opportunity G) evidence of qualification Temple Ave., Starke, names In which It was Itchg 7/29 dressing and carry small
r Florida, 320917293tchg814. SHARON BOYD., County. Florida under excluded from participation size Essence
the assessed : of Soft Musk
by some date. Selec are as follows
: and by vlrture of Writ
Defendant. of In, be denied the for
Certificate No. 23 touch-ups throughout
Execution to-wlt: benefits, or be other- the day.


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: Camp Quiet Thunder gives local kids fresh start and a lot of fun

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t' By Mark Frledlin ceeding on this quietly constructivecourse quirements is that the parents must least we could was to provide a little Each day is divided into five activity aid. "In general these campers
:: BCT Staff Writer for seven years now and the participate by attending special manpower for some projects they hadto periods and the campers get behave very well, they need a lot of
results speak for themselves. parenting classes before camp. That do there," he says. "They really together each morning to plan their attention and they get it here.
: Camp Quiet Thunder is now in its "Over and over we hear from the way they can pick up some of the put a lot of energy into it and we had own days out in advance. At least one Sometimes some of the guys get a lit.
seventh year of operation, helping parents and teachers that when these techniques we use here and apply 'the place in good shape by the time we period per day must be devoted to tie competitive in some of the sports
: kids in the Bradford-Union County kids go back home or to their them at home, which really is half the left. They helped plant new grass and arts and crafts. but we concentrate on playing the
: area to gain self-esteem have a fun- classrooms they have shown real improvement battle when you think about it." did some general clean-up chores and "This way everyone gets to have game in a positive way, not just winn-
:: filled summer experience and pick up Wheeler said. "Many A special"Parents Night" is held at we think it worked out real well. We some input in, the day's events," ing it."
: some good learning habits that will teachers have told us that the camp the conclusion of each camp session plan on doing some other community Wheeler said. one student getsto A "token economy" is used at the
: carryover into the coming school might have really been all that par- and the campers get to show off their service projects like this in the: be the "Chief" each day. He or she camp in which campers who do well
; year. ticular child needed to settle down arts and crafts exhibits as well as putting future." is in charge of getting the group in and get along with the others in a productive
:: Quiet Thunder is a unique idea in and get into a constructive situationin on skits and other presentations. Back at camp the Quiet Thunder order and leading the rest of the manner are rewarded with
summer camps which" stresses the the classroom. We help to develop a "It's definitely one of the highlightsof kids engage in all sorts of activities campers in the activities. A marks on their arms resembling
: "positive approach, according to more constructive pattern of the session" Wheeler said. including archery, swimming and "Medicine Man", who was the "Indian art" as one young boy said as
: Camp Director Paul Wheeler. behavior and it carries over long after canoeing,kickball and Softball and all previous day's chief helps the chief we walked down the path to the lake.
"These are kids have been referredby the actual session has concluded." Activities at the camp, which lasts kinds of arts and crafts. They also and brings up the rear" Campers who accumulate enough
their teachers during"the past Wheeler says there are some signsof for four weeks for children ages 6-12, have a unique system of organizingthe Wheeler says the counselors con- marks at the end of the day get extra
school year for this camp, Wheeler behavioral problems that can be have been expanded steadily since its events. centrate on performance in the day's visists to the canteen or other
said. "We look at them as having picked very early in a child's develop inception.This The 50 campers are divided into. events and said they don't try to solve rewards.
essentially two paths to follow and we ment but cooperation is needed from year the campers took a driveto four different groups with three all of the child's problems at once. One group each day goes on an ex-
:. try to show them the right one. None both teachers and parents. Starke's First Presbyterian Church counselors assigned to each group. "As I said, we try to be as positiveas
of them have done anything seriously "The support of the parents is probably and spent the day in a "gigantic" Boys and girls are in groups possible and we try to use group See
wrong, their teachers just think they the most important factor cleanup project according to all the way up to the Land 12 year- problem solving to work. out any page seven '.
could do better in some classroom. because many.. of the problems beginat' Wheeler. ..*.*-.* .- olds which in co-ed. minor conflicts that come up," he
-- L. situation*, maybe listen-a little more homo, Wheeler says. "We are "We felt that since the church has
or get along with their classmates a federally funded and one of the re done so much for us in the past the .&II[ .
little better. We try to help them to do
that and have some fun at the same
time." I ............--\ OBILE: Summer Sale
Camp Quiet Thunder has been pro- BLl ,

Card of thanks PAINTS

j Ad Good thru' August 19. 1982 All\\ Other
The family of Neta Croft Sasser of *"*"
Lulu would like to thank neighbors
and friends for their thoughts, PAINT
prayers and other kindnesses duringthe
illness and death of our mother. MO p ACOTEi
These our people will always be specialin in stock

hearts.Thelma lAird

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Mrs. Nata Croft Sass r Mary Jane Dicks of Lake City; one Cemetery under the direction of Mamie Trowell Elixson, 59, died RichardsonFuneral children and five g'reat-
t brother Ernest Croft of Dade City; Jones Funeral Home, Starke. Thursday July 22, drowning in Lake services for Ruby Mae grandchildren.
i'' Mrs. Neta Croft Sasser, 73, of Lulu seven grandchildren and three great Born in Macclenny on Dec. 13, 1915. Butler Lake. Dukes Richardson 71,who died Tuesday -
died July 12 in Union General grandchildren. Mrs. Williams was a lifelong residentof She was born in Georgia moving to July 27, after a brief illness, will
I" Hospital after a long illness. Funeral services were held the Starke area and a member of Lake Butler at an early age. She,was be today (Thursday),at 10:30 a.m. in
: '' Born in Union County, Mrs. Sasser Wednesday.July 14.Burial was In Mt. the Madison Street Baptist Church. a housewife.She Sardis Baptist Church. Rev. Victor Albert Lee Stafford
\ lived there most of her adult life here. Zion Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, (is survived by one son, J.W. Nickerson will officiate.Burial will be Funeral services for Mr.Albert Lee
.' She was a member of Lulu Baptist Palmer Williams; a son,Ralph Bryanof Parrish of Dundee; one brother in the Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Stafford,63, who died Tuesday morn-
.; Church and operated a grocery store Linnie R. WilliamsFuneral Starke; two brothers. Ray E. Nathan Trowell of Lake Butler, and Archer Funeral Home of Lake.Butlerin ing in Alachua General Hospital afteran
in Lulu for many years. services for Linnie R. Carter of Daytona Beach and William two grandchildren. charge. extended illness, will be today
f.. Mrs. Sasser is survived by one son Williams, age 66, of Starke who died D. Carter of Hampton; a sister, Mrs. Graveside services were Sunday She was a life long resident of Union (Thursday), July 29, at 3 p.m. in The
Arthur Sasser of Tallahassee; two Tuesday morning July 27 in Alachua Ruby C. Minton of Daytona Beach; July 25, at 2 p.m. at Elzey ChapelCemetery County and a member of Sardis Bap First Baptist Church of Raiford. Rev.
F:. daughters, Mrs. Thelma Lord of Ft. General Hospital following a short illness three grandchildren and 1 great with Rev. Bill Delaney ,tist Church. Hugh Walters and Rev Johnny
,: Walton Beach and Mrs. Voncille Lordof will be at 3 p.m. today grandchild. ficiating. Archer Funeral Home of Survivors include one son, Melvin Gilbert will officiate. Burial will
Orlando; four sisters, Mrs. Annie (Thursday), July 29, in DeWitt C. Lake Butler was in charge. Snyder of Lake Butler; one brother, follow in Mt. Zion Cemetery and Ar-
Roberts of Lake Butler, Mrs. Jones Chapel.
P.M. Dukes of Lake Butler two
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sisters,Lula Boyd of Jacksonville and
' Bedia Stokes of Williston and Mrs. burial will be in Crosby Lake Mamie Trowell Elixson Ruby Mae Dukes Annie Willis of Alachua; six grand Seepage three


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cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler is George Randall Stafford of Fort Stephen Crews, Casey Crews, 1 and Burial was in Lawtey Cemetery with God faith. Russell of Starke, Mrs. Virginia
in charge.He Pierce; one sister, Mrs. Cora Hayesof Dennis Allan Crews all of Starke; his Archie Tanner Funeral Home of in Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Geiger of Keystone Heights,and Mrs.
was born In Baker County,living Bushnell;i 16 grandchildren and onegreatgrandchild. mother, Mrs. Annie Mae Crews of charge of arrangements Alice Swain of Starke; sisters, Mrs.
most of his life in Union County in the Lawtey;; five' sisters Mrs, Alma Hattie Humphreys of Brooker Mrs.
Raiford community.He Padgett of Lawtey Mrs. Shirley Marie GrSffis; : and Mrs. Reba Ed Seepage seven
was a member the First Bap- Padgett of Maxville; Mrs. Annie Lee mark, both of Starke Mrs. Carolyn
i list Church'of Raiford'and a retired Archie Crews Smith of Kingsley Lake,Mrs.Carolyn R.V. Gurthie 1 .
after 33 years I with the Division of Archie Crews, 32, of Starke, died Campbell of Lake Butler, and Mrs. R.V. Gurthie, 55, resident of Starke Clinic
Corrections Sunday,July 25 in the Bradford County Louvma Galze of Palatka; three Brooker, died Friday July 23 in the Family Planning
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Hospital following a brief illness. brothers, Mr. Sinclair Crews of Regency Oak Convalescent Center in
Tubal) Tubes tied
Sarah Gilbert Stafford of Raiford; Mr. Crews was born and raised in Starke, Mr. Wayne Crews of Gainesville, following an extended il- Ligation ( )
two daughters, Mrs Iris Louise Grif- Bradford County the son of the late Wauchula Fla., and Mr. Joey Crewsof lness. .& Vasectomies
fis and Mrs. Margaret Elaine Hitler, Thordore Crews and Annie Mae Lawtey; maternal grandmother, He was born and raised in Georgia,
both of Raiford;. five sons, 'Albert Crews of Lawtey. He was employedas and Mrs. Alma Biggs of Starke. moving to Tampa at an early age No Hospital stay No Abortions performed.
Kenneth Stafford of Lakeland,Bobby a carpenter. Funeral services were conducted at where he owned and operated a pest necessary
Stafford of Jacksonville, John Survivors include his 'wife, Mrs. 11 a.m. Wednesday, at the Chapel of control business until ill heath forced 964-6500
Howard of Denver, Col., Don Wayne Gloria Jean Thornton Crews of Archer Tanner Funeral Home with his retirement. He was a Veteran of
Stafford of West Palm Beach and Starke; four sons, Dewey Williams. Rev. Charles Starling officiating. World War II, and of the Church of



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I.' My Turn Next... day of the free Rotary Swim Program at Keystone Beach I

j I Young swimmers wait their turn for testing on the first on Lake Geneva.

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I Photos and Text tered with lakes. "They are a dedicated group of in-
; By Linda Wharton An annual Fish Fry, headed this structors," says this year's Rotary Good Food... beans to Fourth of July crowd in support of free annual
LRM: Staff Writer year by Rotary President Ed Draper Chairman Rod Bamford. As pointedout Rotarians serve fish, hush-puppies cole slaw and baked swim program.
and held each year on the July 4th by Bamford, one of the Instruc-
:. One hundred and fifteen youngsters weekend, supports the swim pro- tors, Kim Nutter, worked several
completed the 30th annual Keystone gram. It has been taught each year by days during the two-week program
Heights Rotary swim program held counselors from the local YMCA hindered by a foot infection.
here at the public beach on Lake camp Camp Immokalee, located in r+ a
Geneva these last two weeks. the area on Lake Brooklyn. See Puge Five

Over the past 30 years, an
estimated 3,300 participants have
benefited from the community ser 2
vice project chosen by the local Sawyer-Slade 5J PERFREE
Rotary club in 1951. EtEifcg.frJazjirj;re*.i Each

The program is. reported to have ,. '
\ been instrumental in saving one DELIVERY Your Choice
young person's life. .It!was during a ALE 1 ,' Ladies'
1958 water accident when one young '-q
participant put into action some of the f- __-_ OPEN FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 449 Peasant
life saving techniques he had learned,
to save a young girl following a diving : Tops Or
accident. Pack
q This is just one example of the importance CCWhirlpool 8-Roll =-- 1 PullOnSoftee
ti of this program especially in c 3
this north Florida region that is scat. *K>ir x- I m Pants
\\hirlM<..l| 115 Volt t4:
Rust-Resistant Cabinet Bath Tissue ; Comfortable
Washable Filter Economy pack : peasant tops and
Modal' of 2-ply tissue pull-on in
Installation pants
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"latest new fall

$18 8 t colors." Made of
oi EASY TERMS 3 '18 ,Li. ? are
easy ;/fabrics.
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Bars z' SML. Pull-3r
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RCA 19" Color T.V. Patio_ fl 4.75-Oz. ; 6 rr b
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Color T.Y. $98 ; ,. Umit 3 bars. 1r!

Volunteer. 'I.. ..

Volunteer Linda Allen give swimmer Nickel W/TANK plated i I '
a Individualized attention In 338' 00 Model FER440 cookinf rate } 1'I

Rotary swim classes.Homeowners. e 270 squire j 'k.., 799

Super Accu Filter Picture Inch cooking riara ... i
Should Tube for Bright Sharp Color. PK
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H-shap stainless steel l bumII'411K :
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R For Wood DecayThere = sturdy metal =
There are professional firms to help ; J WhirlpoolAutomatic
IJ.S- rid your house of insects, but wood
decay, which may be even more Washer /
4 destructive, usually is a job for the
homeowner.But Family-size capacity \
take heart. Most of the problems \ 4 automatic cycles
: of dealing with wood decay in
the home can be prevented by proper REGULAR/HEAVY
construction.A I'i/ PERMANENT PRESS,
A small pamphlet issued by the U.S. SHORT and SOAK $
; Forest Service tells how wood decays Nirl of .
H and how to check a house for decay- 1 Cool-down care for 2
q producing situations. Permanent Press fabrics Set Each
"Wood decay is caused by fungi, helps reduce wrinkles
which needs at least a trace of wateron Boys' Or Girls' Ladies'Tanks
the surface ,of wood to grow. TED
Without water, decay can't occur," Model TIME: 8 8 Q Dish Or Short Sets And Shorts
< says the pamphlet. A pamphlet may LA5300 S500FF
be obtained by writing the Florida Pack Wash Cloths Shorts and matching screen print Colorful stripes, solids and prints.
Divisions of Forestry, Forest Educa- tops with fashion details. Boys'sizes Shorts to mix and match. SML.
tion Bureau, Collins Building, Pack of 3 terry wash cloths or waffle weave'dish 47. Girls' sizes 414. ladles' Camisoles....... ; '3
Tallahassee. Fla., 32301. cloths. Slightly Irregular. Children's Playwear ....2 For'3 Men's Knit Tops..;.......2&r3
The checklist for decay problems Now Filling 20 Lb. I... .*. Tank"
includes these:; Vacation Footwear
1. Soil of flower beds should not ut our W.MudiHon St. Office in Slurke ,
touch wood on the house. iCoupon

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should be sealed with perservative. $
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enough that water does not curl under You Pay 2.79 You Pay 1.74. '''I
and reach underlying wood. Tear Off Instant Pr.Coupofw .

roof 5. Flashing and dormer must or be chimney placed between us SawyerSladeGAS == 1.00 Coupon.35 t l Save 50.% !

6. Porch should slope away from Popular summer
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house, not toward it. 1 casuals In ladies',
7. Rain gutters should direct water & APPLIANCES Net Net I children's and Infants
away from house, not back toward It. New Freedom 1.5-Oz. Dry Idea sizes.. Variety styles.
8.Prevent condesnatlon of moisture
Maxi Pads 30's Deodorant Roll-On ,
beneath house; some may need vapor
barrier over ground under house. STARKE 904-7701 .332 W. MAIIIOH Price Good Al All f.mlly Dollar Star.Through 309 South Walnut Street
9. Don't let ground water. collect The W..k.(Ml Whll Quintal. b.t.Ou ntltl..
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Time to Consider i

Tree Planting j i

Believe it or not now is the appropriate (
,II time to consider your tree ,
n 9 laP IlAl planting needs for the fast approaching !
1 P ,r winter season. Why? The
Division of Forestry is now taking applications I
for a variety of seedlings h
1 which'will be available this winter.
7"' I t, +r .' These seedlings grown,shipped and
delivered in this area from the state
I yMQ4. 4' .. 1 t ,p i r \r .or 4, nursery at their cost. Seedlings which
\it f L will be available can be utilized for
1;, commercial planting or for personal
_r K''. home improvement purposes. So
whether are planning on growing
I you
Isiis.L G T, /r 't LIMeAF
timber ')r just shade, there are trees
m w y available for a variety of purposes.The .
prices range from $14 to
$50/1,000:>> bare root seedlings. The
"" price varies according to which par-
a ticular species you are interested in
_1 1w obtaining. Fewer trees can be pur-
chased at one-half price of the price
) r mentioned above, provided a
4. minimum of 25 trees are ordered.If .
a.k you are interested in receivingmore
information or are planning on

._ .__ -- ordering some of these seedlings
please contact your County
YMCA Instructors.. Sean Heavy,Jerry heavy Kim Nutter, waterfront director Forester's office at 964-6280
at Camp Immokalee Larry Anderson. camp director Deb- (extention 219),
Swim Instructors during Rotary Swim Program are (CI.r. bleDawson., a'nd Todd Gordon.

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Elbow deep... : 'Saturday Matinee

Rotarian Dave Landers Is elbow deep In fish and meal, doing his part for the FLIPPER
Rotary Fish "'ry.Rotary. '
July 31 10:00: a.m.

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Awards were presented on the final Heavy, Debbie Dawson, Judy Heavy, I I r Fri.
day to those passing the various swim Kim Nutter, supervisor of Instruc- thru Tues.

categories. Beach mothers and Anderson.tors, and Camp Director Larry 'J -.. ... _.:''''\\W// : ... ", ,. .> ..,- ., ..' ..1&> ; Keep an eye out for
will be
helpers recognized this Fridayat
the Rotary luncheon.For Those passing the various the funniest movie about

those not attending the awards categories of swimmers were: Head Chefs... New Homes ((9041 473-496) growing up ever made!
presentation, cards and patches can T.dpol.i J.nn,G.1I.r.Julli Wllh.Chii.t.l Adam.and
be picked up at City Hall during the imlly Mand l. AdditionsRemodeling
r.III_" Juninudny, Jallr." totts, Felicia Cor.
next 60 days.Bamford
lilln. laurwi Mobl.y. LM Holder. Klmbarly Dont.ll.
spearheaded the Wendy Robin,..,. Irondy Smallwood. Jessica H.... Rotarian Chefs Tom Richardson PRESSURE WASHING PAINTING
,tlnslall Meathw Cllmora, Allison Dri_.., Leann
organization of the event with
Spoaholfi. Amy Stephanie Sooth L..II. Harrington John Allen. Philip
"grateful appreciation" to Julie
Falsom Davia Cramer.Monks Brokai lorry Gardner
Davidson and all the beach Becky Su. lyont-Cvan. Joshua Cubonk. Joy Groaan.. You'll be glad you camel!
mothers/fathers, and two baby- Jimmy Mot*. DeJphla Smith Shannon Duncan Koran Nichols,Jim Norwood ham it up whilethey REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR [!!J
sitters who watched the Wood. Koyla Millar. Craig Edwards. Skip Wh..l.r.Junin .
children....'unableto' younger Howard Chris Whalan, Ryan Whoa''''. Truman fry fish. ROOFING INSULATION PLUS
participatebecaijfjejo Wodey, Sholly Weeks. Chod Moody Trovll Spouldlng' I 1
thhe mjnimum age,,IImlta-, Christie: Daniel. Dude .'.,. Amy Revels "" ._ ,Jim Powell .. Lawrence.1Jlvd.
,lho.hl.lord. Trad Alton and Amy Wheeton d lahtR _Rsy ;'rAltlawr Aad.wI DIRT
President Keystone Hgta. 32650
mothers Minnow:Angela Griffith",OonaOrlHIlh.Kyl.O S..n : i
Beach and fathers
included j
Gory Smollwood. Rachel look, Rheannon Jo.....
Dana Batts, Sheila Miller, Janette Soana Tomllnton" Mary Rucker. Allison Duncan lleba
Brown, Amber Cook, Sonya Payton, Crogon, Ryan Harm. Richard_'.r. Thomas Rabin
on, Ryan lyons-Cvans. Joka Pltigorald. Lynn Polsonl,
Lynn Duncan, David and Brenda Capper .
Mlchelo Chat. Dawn Millar. Siocoy .0gOl'''. SherlTretsthor.
Eva Miller, Cathie Daniel, Kim Robart Former, Sun.hln. Glover Klmbarly
Brammer, Wanda Robinson, Bunny VanZant Jon Carry, Nlta Ekenboroer.. Toiha Gracre.illlolt .
Rogers, Robin Tomlinson, Becky Cappor. Brian S.*. Ruthio Wilson and Santuot SUPER
Williams, Howard and Barbara Tyer.
Fish Andy Booll. Billy Moor. Curt N.Nlcklily
Dunn, Eileen Griffith, Jean Morris, RodUom. Hoolhor Mills Chrl Bullock. Montiq.ua
Christy Wood, Peggy Register Bon- GI.,.,,Taml Parry,Scott Whalen.Shoo Cr......Valarla SUMMER '
nie Bradshaw, Bernadette Eubanks Crlllilh, Robbl. Murdock Dovl Davidson Mary Wright.
Plying Pith Kerry Cook. Slocay Davidson Bnl|
Julie Davidson, Stacey Davidson, and Wilson. Juha Payton, Mallssa Thompson Payton Cap.
Brenda Wahl.Babysitlers. p... Ryan Mlnaslngaf JaH Howard. Amy Ruckor,Mark
were Melanie Groganand Ivoy. Lori Bolts Sandra Pontana. Charlos VanZant. SAVINGS
Celeste Brokas. Barry Wymon, lad,Hatrlck,Krlstl O Sloan.Shark .
*: Irandl.Wyman, Jock Wry Chris Allan Soon
YMCA,Ca.IJp'Immokalee swim instructors Thompson
; 'ere Todd Gordon, Shaun Pors>.',.. Kim born..,and Shannon Thomas. on Office Products

Now's A Good Time

fJ1bIVflE7. ME j to Begin That Diet

Vacation Time We have several desks and file cabinets on

Y s,' We will be CLOSED Aug. 3 Aug. 16 a SCRATCHED and/or DENTED SALE

Re-Open Tuesday Aug. 17 _

*" You'll Save $ $ $ on l

Pastry Shop

138 E. Call St..Starke 964-5890

Heavy Duty

Invitation to Submit ProposalResponses List E4-382C-K$156.30 2 Drawer Sale$ 9 9

to Request for Proposals will be received E4-314C-K _
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by. August 20, 1982, by 5:00: p.m. by the Department of List $203.20 4 Drawer Sale$14 9 --

Health and Rehabilitative Services for the following: Ii

DESK by Hon

County Program_ Contact Person E4-31161-WP

List $243.70 Sale$1 7500 CI

Bradford DTP-Adult Transportation Teadie Belvin .d

302 S. Marion St E4-3305-WK&WP

Exec. Pk Bldg List $281.35 Sate208Heavy n 0

Lake City, FL

((904)32055 755-2750 Duty 0

Metal Desk 0
Full information regarding Statement of Work

Terms, and Condition, Provider Requirements, Instruc- E4-8592-WB $27500'
tions to Prospective Provider on developing RFP and $434.60Wooden Sal

Evaluation Criteria is available from contact person upon "Hl.Budget.

request. Right is reserved by the Department to reject anyor Desk Storage

1 all responses to the Request for Proposal.
E4-14-3060DP Cabinet
List$339.00 3jta$24900
List $176.30


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Williams kicks off his re-election campaign. new District ,:' f

district and wQl continue to do so. with local government and its 'elderly and disadvantaged, and As a civic and community leader and basketball coach. (
Rep. Frank Williams D-Crystal: Williams serves as a volunteerthe for
assured by agencies securing improved and general progress and prosperity Williams is past president of the
'iii Lake will kick off his 1982 re-election, Williams has been Lee Moffit and additional services for the people of speaks for itself"Williams voted forthe Children's Committee past presidentof North Florida Civil Defense Area.JI
campaign with a free fish fry Aug. 7 Speaker-designate Pro-Tem-designate Steve his district. reinstatement of the death penalty the Jaycees past president of the He is president of the American Civil '
r. at Middleburg beginning at noon. Speaker accomplishments: include and has fought against all gun con Bradford County Fair Association, Defense Association and Is public -.
his legislative leadership Specific : .1
$ Site of the fish fry is on Main Street Pajcic that memeber of Lawtey Lodge 189 F & relations director for the Journal of-)
their ad- roles In securing a permanent campus legislation '
will continue during *
in Middleburg,off SR-21 across from role for St.Johns Community College "New challenges of today require a A.m. Jacksonville Consistory of theScottish Civil Defense. Williams is a member'
A. the old Methodist Church. A blue mlnstration.Williams labels his 10 years in the in Orange Park, securing funds to broad and progressive outlook and an Rite Morocco Temple of the of the First Baptist Church. He IS.i'1 t
grass band will entertain. House of Representatives as a four-lane Blanding Boulevard In- overall efforft focused on solutionsnot Shrine Keystone Heights Chapter of engaged in the mortgage banking
"Decade of Progress."He takes pridein creasing the land area of Clay County more bureaucrats more useless the Easter Star charter member of business. :T.
t important part In bring- and keeping the Jacksonville Electric laws and more confusion" Rep. the Volunteer Fire Department Elks Williams is married to the former-
playing an and economic Authority's coal-fired power Williams says.Williams Lodge, past president and chairmanof Debra John of Starke. They have one1'1'
ing new growth tothe northeast Florida plants out of Clay and St.Johns coun served In the U.S. Army the board of CUBB Inc.the former child Marcus Henry who will be a*.
development in Increasing funding for education Medical Service Corp., is past com- community action agency for Clay sixth grader in the next school year.1"!! '*
area, in providing additilnal care for ties."My record on crime education mander of American Legion Post 56;, Union.Baker and Bradford countiesil The Williams family resident on r..1,:I!!
senior citizens andthrough working economic development! service to the and Is a disabledk American veteran. and has been a Little Crystal Lake near Keystone Heights.t ))
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Rep. Frank WilliamsRep. ;12:

elections )4I
Williams is seeking his sixth bigger
term in the Florida House of
Representives running in the new t
District 21, which includes all of Clay 3
County the easter half of Bradford !.iiyr
County and a part of the northwest
section of St.Johns County. It is
basically the same area Williams has
represented the past 10 years. Only That's value :idi
the western part of Bradford County advantage
': has been district.reapportioned out ofWilliams' your sd)!

Williams is currently vice- ..u,
chairman of the powerful Financeand 1.:
Tax Committe of the and he has sus
served on practically every major Electronic yet
committee in the House of Represen Gym-Dandy
tatives. His assignments now include
serving on the Tourism and Economic Old
Development Committee, the Elec- Wind 16" 12" U
tions and Ethics Committee, and the Swing Bug im10S
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"My main objective over the
years," says Williams, "has been to SetReg.
be of service to all the people of my Killer l-t
I district. That will continue to be my tom:
I No. 1 goal."Williams has maintained >zIx1 ,
f a fulltime legislative office in his 79.96 .
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Crabb recently announced I
she is calling Joe Carlucci's hand and ry.:\." I In9 !
q is challenging hime for the 8th
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.t at the opening of her campaign head- BrazierGrill HoodedGrill PicnicGrill !
. ')* quarters, 4434 Blanding Boulevard. GASH !, :;:

sj It Ms. Crabb said she is calling )
y F Carlucci's hand on his negativism,his G nil System ;
:::; ;. obstructionism, his lack of leadership -
ti: : ,and his refusal to cooperate with \

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Ms. Crabb said she has the leadership -
H positive attitude, and the team $ 5 0"0' "11 ;ilia
spirit, necessary to accomplish .
JjK change and progress for Clay County. off
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a Ms. Crabb said the people of Clay I
":! County want to be assured they will ., ;)
r-: retain their identity and not be dot
j. T
8 dominated by Duval County interests.She
R will maintain a balance of con- ..nDeluxe i rt 'atG
:- cern for both counties in District 8, J J I :1iJ;
'' and she will work to address the ';
:J': I issues and problems of both if elected. 100% 58/60" wide 100. 58/60" wide 100 00Double Patio 'I')rl:n)

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enough for a North/South connector ,
from Brannon Field Road to In- ChairT-)l
terstate 10. People there want to be
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be protected for recreational purposes FabricReg.$1.27 with Plastid a
a- that the Clay County Sheriff's ChairReg.
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:";'.;. draws North Fuqua Florida fund 600 from raiser $157Yd $127Yd 9 7 ,0 yd 15 00 12 0 !-H!l'r.:1m:

:_ Approximately 600 people from
...' North Florida turned out for a fund Y
raiser for Rep. Don Fuqua held at --- s.l
Sheriff John Whitehead's farm :
July .Ur! !
-. 15. I
: Fuqua la seeking reelection to his Mon.-Wed. 9-8 mlifa
11th consecutive term In the U.S. J ;
House of Representatives."I JMIr: _5 301 S. "'
never. got elected taking it for ; Thur.-Sat. 99Sunday
granted Fuqua told the gathering 'Starke; Florida
He said he was honored to be one of 20 : :
committee chairman. In the U.S. .. 12-6 3
of .
House Representatives and
i .
especially to be one of only three congressmen ;;

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po'lcy' 1"0"-Y'have.d..rtlsed .. .
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ding to Lt. Eston Mosher. of the pickup slid around and rolled
several stitches on his finger but was sun pickup truck was following Ed- over onto its left side in a ditch.
Stolen Vehicle not hospitalized. wards and failed to atop, causing the Charged Shirley Fayson Griggs of Mld- Damage to the pickup was $500, according -

RecoveredA collision. With AssaultA dleburg returned to her 1979 Pontiac to Trooper T. C. Pace.
Carroll was cited in the accident for Menzen was cited in the accident
stolen 1969 C-50 dump truck, too closely accordingto 17-year-old juvenile was arrestedand parked in Bradford Square Shopping
with following ,
restrictions acci-
against and faulty in
belonging to Grimes, Construction driving D. C. Roberts. charged with aggravated assault Center July 23 to find the right side of There were no injuries an
Jacksonville equipment (no brakes), according Trooper in and battery of a law enforcement of. the vehicle had been hit by an dent on US-301 involving a Dodge van
Company, was to Trooper D. C Roberts.On Shirley Alexander a passenger trailer.
recovered near Keystone Heights July the Edwards vehicle was taken to ficer July 25. unknown vehicle. pulling a north
The ,juvenile was being questionedfor Damage to the Pontiac was$950 according The van was traveling on
23. General
Carroll Union Hospital.
July 19 pled not-guilty in 105th St.
The vehicle was left abandonedwith traffic-criminal court to driving while Damage to the front of the Datsun the second time in regard to a pro; to Patrolman Steve Backus. The US-301 trailer approaching started to NW.sway and the

the key in It on Melrose Road one intoxicated, attempting to elude a was$2,000.Damage to the rear of the blem with another individual when driver, Carol Krupa Smith of Lady
the juvenile became abusive and
mile off SR-21. police officer, no valid driver'slicense Ford was $600.Worthless. Fl. brakes instead of
Lake, applied
A Clay County Deputy Ronnie Gann and wilful-wanton reckless started using profane language. Traffic AccidentsIn
the trailer to jack-
first noticed the truck on July 20 during driving. A non-jury trial is scheduled Checks After being handcuffed the juvenile power causing
Starke Area knife In the ditch.
of the checkedits kicked one of the policemen in the leg.
routine patrol area, for August 30. Carroll remains out of
the vehicle was $2.000,
vehicle identification number jail on a surety bond. Charge Levied The juvenile was turned over to the The driver of a 1982 Ford pickupwas Damage to Clark L.
(YEN) on the computer, but did not of proper authorities, according to Lt. slightly injured when he lost con- according Trooper
Jr. 25 Keystone
William A. Gay, ,
come back stolen at that time.A Damage to the Ford driven by Car- Heights was arrested July 20 and Eston Mosher, Patrolmen Willie trol of his vehicle three miles west of
second check on July 23 resultedin roll was$1,500. Damage to the Mazdawas charged with two counts of worthless Searcy and W. W. Wilkinson. Starke on SR-16 on July 25.

a hit, reported the vehicle stolen $6,000. checks, according to Deputy Greg Larry' H. Carter, 26, of
sometime between July 16-20 from the Nichols. DavenportFl., was westbound on

i, Orange Wood Apartments, SR-100 The worthless checks were writtenby Burglary Solved SR-16 when another vehicle, which North Carolina Man
south, Starke. ... was eastbound, crossed the
Gay at Mitchell's Drug Store in Arrested For DWI
Several arrests were made in the
The Starke Police Department was centerline. Carter swerved to avoid
contacted and they relayed the Couple Arrested, Starke.Bond was set at $200, Gay was burglary of the office of OK Taxi in the vehicle and lost control of his vehi Don Wayne Shepard 25, of
recovery message to the owners. It bond. Starke on July 20. cle. Carter's pickup struck two Statesville N. C. was arrested July 28
was picked up later that day by On Separate ChargesMary released on a surety According to Lt. Eston Mosher and mailboxes before coming to rest after and charged with driving while Intox-

George Albert Mussells, Jackson- E. Sikes, 19, of Valparaiso, Patrolman W. W. Wilkinson, while interviewing leaving the road. icated and possession of cannibus, according
ville, an employee of Grimes Construction Fl. was arrested July 20 and chargedwith Judy Nora Elmore of Damage to the pickup was $1,500, to Patrolman N. Jackson.
i Company. passing worthless checks in DWI Arrests Starke about the burglary she admit- according to Trooper B. A. Williams. Bond for the DWI charge was set at
Starke, according to Investigator Don ted taking part in the burglary and bond for the possession was set
Accident Sends Mother Denton. Bonnie Paul Johnson, 39, of Starke, also implicated Randy McClellon anda The driven of a 1976 Ford pickupwas at$300$250.

and Back to On the same date her husband was arrested and charged with driv juvemJe.Elmore. given first aid by Rescue 60 then Shepard was released on his own
Baby ing while intoxicated July 25.Johnsonwas showed Mosher where
Ronald Milton Sikes, 35, was arrestedand transported to Bradford County recognizance.see .
arrested when he was observed some of the stolen items were stored
HospitalEnroute charged with grand theft of a Hospital after an accident July 24 on
driving eradicately on US-301 in a 1978 and where entry was gained into the
firearm and dealing in stolen property. Old Lawtey Road in Starke.
home with a new baby the
; Chevrolet truck, in Lawtey, office.
1981 Mazda belonging to the JefferyMcRae's The firearm, a .38 Smith and pickup Mary Ann Griffis, 35, of Starke,was
according to Patrolman C. D. Carter. Stolen items included a camera,
Wesson revolver, was taken from the eastbound on Old Lawtey Road at 2:50
was struck by a vehicle and Bond was set at $50, Johnson was pocket knife, watch, cash, food and
property Mrs. E. Griffis said she felt the right
the had to return to Alachua p.m.
family released on his own recognizance. beer. The office had been entered
General Hospital in Gainesville. Sikes had previously been arrestedfor on front wheel pull to the right and she page OlfTIRESHLE
the Starke check charges in two separate dates. started to brake to try to steer her
The McRae's of Theresa were east-
Charles Roger Williams, Jr., of Bond for the burglary-grand theft
another county where he bonded out. pickup back on the roadway but could
bound SR-18 July 21 at
on approx- Starke was arrested for driving while and theft set at
burglary-petit was
Sikes returned to Starke and was ar not control the vehicle. The rear end
12:15 when
imately : p.m. they were rested July 20. intoxicated after an accident July 27 $150. McClellan and Elmore were
struck by a 1975 Ford which was back- The on checks written during on SR-100, at 12:30 a.m. released on there own recognizance,
from SE 21 Terrace. The driver of were
ling Williams driving a 1978 Ford lost the juvenile involved was sent to
Pride In
and June at
the Ford,Anthony Conrad Carroll,21, May Pantry struck
control of the vehicle and a detention.
Starke. Bond for the worthless check
of said his brakes failed
concrete culvert 2.6 miles east
charges was a total of $950. Mary
,him as he was backing. McRae Lake Butler.
swerved the left but collided withCarroll's Sikes was released on a surety bond.
to Damage to the Ford was $500, according r 1
Bond for the grand theft was set at Fender BendersIn
vehicle: which ended uin
to Trooper B. A. Williams.
,the ditch. McRae's vehicle went into $4,000, bond for the dealing in stolen Starke Area
,the ditch also but came out before it property was $15,000. Sikes was
released on his own recognizance by Barbara McNeal,28,of Lawtey was .:/
.Ij Jan McRae received a broken jaw, Judge Wayne Carlisle.RearEnder Starke Woman cited for having no valid driver's Steel Belted Radials
Cuts and lacerations about the face, ArrestedSandra license in an accident July 25.
neck, shoulders and leg. ApproxImately OccursIn Helen Rebecca Hurley of Green P15580R13. White Wall.42.88
40 stitches were required, Faye Cooper,28, of Starke, Cove Springs, driving a 1974 Pontiacwas ; :
with surgery scheduled for Tuesdayfor Lake Butler was arrested for disorderly intox- eastbound on Thomas St. while P19575R14. . . 49.88 } I
the broken Jaw. Three-day-old Georgia White Edwards, 38,of Lake icated July 24, according to McNeal, driving a 1974 Pontiac, had : "
Jeremy Scott was taken in for o ser- Butler, driving a 1978 Ford,was stop- Patrolman W.W. Wilkinson. just turned off of Old Lawtey Road i P20575R14 . . 52.88 :

vation. Nita McRae, mother of Jeffery ped in a line of traffic westbound on Cooper was causing a loud distur- and was traveling west on Thomas St. P21575R15 . . 54.88 :
also suffered a broken jaw in SR-100 in Lake Butler July 20 when bance by yelling and cursing in the The left front of the Pontiac struck

two places, a broken wrist and cuts her vehicle was struck. yard of a residence on Alton Road. the left front of the Ford. P23575R15 . 63.88
Bond was set at$50, she was released Damage to the Pontiac was $35.
about the face. Surgery was also Matthew Erwin Menzen, 18, of
scheduled for Nita. Jeffery required Keystone Heights, driving a 1981 Dat- on her own recognizance. Damage to the Ford was $500, accor- i Alignment VISA Oil Change

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Plea Johns was released on his own\ I I Inmate James Edward, 33, r

Guilty recognizance under a $300 bond treated at RMC. Edwards ils serrfnj

Averts Trial ; 20 year from Bradford Count 1 .
James Williams of assault with intent to commi: .
\\ ... While an all male jury awaited the :. ..
wing ..
degree murder. =.. .. .
arrested and charged with
', : .. <" beginning defendent
.'. ',' .' "* ,.. ,":" .". .''Ill.,"I/''.; changed hlsfplea aguiilttyq July 27 in while his license was suspended July The investigation is continuing! l
fr 4. aceording
:JiI. the stabbing,
j" .. ," 1'j Bradford County Circuit Court. 28.
Bond for Williams was set at $200. Superintendent C, C. Stricklan,
1 \ Reginald Anthony Ward 26, of 28"Af
A r t y' Starke pled guilty to burglary of a He was released on his own e Thomas Nelson Chagnon,
/ cited when he ran & rgd
recognizance according fo Starke was
\ dwelling with intent to commit sexual lanes ln
q t ',' I''l Y battery and guilty to' sexual batteryby Patrolman Jerry Miller. light and Improperly changed
", : accident 2*. 3
an July
force, with a deadly weapon a Weaver 34, *f
II''A' Roger Eugene
JI "fJ knife.
\ LI Jacksonville, driving a 1982 Dodge,
t Ward was arrested Feb. 13, 1982, I
+. ro ..I : after he broke into a house beat, Man Arrested was northbound on US-301. Weaver I
for traffic light.
had stopped II
... 'raped and robbed a female resident For Battery the signal light changed he started :
there. A kitchen window brokento
was David Marion Morrison of Starke truck Chagnorfts ,
a forward and was by
enter the house. Ward then went in- ,
to the victim's bedroom where he former inmate at RMC, was arrested vehicle which was traveling wesj-
and charged with aggravated battery bound. -:'
raped her with a knife at her throat.
i( after he struck David $3,500.
Also known as Billy Jack, Ward alledgedly Damage to the Podge was
Newham in the head 24. 1973
July Damage to Chagnon's Plymouth
confessed he had been watching the
Newham was brought to the Starke ; was $1,200, according to Lt., Eaton
victim and her house for some time.
He has served time for conviction police department bleeding profusely Mosher.
.. {_'. of burglary. a prior from the head. He said a white male There were no injuries in the a'Ci-':
had hit him with bottle in
t.,1' I I II Ward has been in the Bradford a whiskey dent. ,

-.. ..... .' .. County Jail since the time of his arrest the Bradford Square Shopping Center "
'. .. under a $40,000 bond. parking lot. After being treated at Sheriff Finds ;

/s ; ,. IIP .\' .i" Assistant State Attorney Peter En- Bradford County Hospital where it Two More :Pot Plots .:4:1I
I was determined Newham had a
wall who the state
was representing
tured Morrison identifiedas Nettles 26 of Starke arrested -
; 1; said he felt the plea was fair. skull was Doug was.
'" wet the man who struck Newham and July 27 aUld charged .with !
Each of the charges carries a max-
imum sentence of life in prisonment was arrested, according to Lt. Eston manufacturing marijuana, accordingto
Mosher. Don Denton. '
Investigator 0>
and or a $15,000 fine or both.
Bond for the Several were found
aggravated batterywas plants
Sentencing for Ward is tentativelyon growing
set at $1,000, Morrison was in Nettles yard on Sft-tOO
the August court calendar. "
released on his own recognizance by Starke. <*

Judge George Pierce. Morrison remains Nettles was released on his 'oVn ,

Police Briefs in the Bradford County Jail in recognizance, his bond was setat' t,
violation of his parole. Morrison was $1,000 '"*

James Harold Johns 18, of Raiford, released from RMC the first of July.

was arrested and charged with 26 the sheriff's department
possession of cannibus July 26. 2 Inmates Hurt 14 marijuana plants,
Marshall Butch Jordan of Lawteywas averaging 4 to 6 ft. tall, from a small

looking for a run-a-way juvenile In FSP ScuffleA patch on Forsyth Road. The owner of

j when he stopped the Johns vehicle.He scufflei between two inmates at the patch has not been identified at

.- ... ...JIIIIII".If- -";". .-;;:: -, did not find the juvenile but did FSP Monday afternoon ended with press time. .-r

Odds are 1,176,018 to one! Gainesville; Marllou Jensen RN seated), rocks find less than 20 grams of marijuanain the inmates stabbing each other sen- Denton reports this is the eighth

Christopher Michael and Erin Michelle Eddy, whose Johns' possession. ding one of the inmates to Shands patch pulled since tile first of the yearin

Six of one Half a dozen of the other. parents are Mike and Lori Eddy of Melrose; and Peggy The juvenile was later arrested by Hospital in Gainesville. this area. n

: There were three set of twins, one let born to a Melrose Davis, LPN cuddles Jacqueline Rose and Danlelle Jordan and turned over to the proper Inmate Tyrone Gladden, 25, was The air surveillance is continuing

couple. In the Alachua General Hospital nursery at one Elizabeth Luke, daughters of Nancy and Richard Luke of authorities. The same evening the taken to Shands but was returned to for Bradford County said Denton

: time all six born within a 19-hour span. Lake Butler. juvenile escaped from the authorities the Reception Medical Center July 28.

Shown (left-) Willie Andreu, LPN. holds Sean and Brian With 29 babies in the AGII nursery at that time, that in Ocala while handcuffed only to be Gladden is from Broward County, Prisons Are) r,

McCully. twin sons of Patrice and Brian McCully. meant one out of every five was a twin! captured at the entrance to Six-Gun serving 93 years for attempted rob-- Temporary

t Territory on July 27. bery and armed robbery.servation 'Reasonably' Fire-Safg

State Fire Marshal) Bill Gunter said

an inspection by his office of tem
II'' Keystone Heights Ads porary housing facilities at Florida

State Prison indicates the buildings
Clay County Soil Survey Set August 4 '
: are "reasonably" safe from fire-!;..
I PERSONAL FOR SALE v LJreduce U.S. District Court Judge Charles

R. Scott had ordered the State Fire
SERVICES August 4 marks the begin-
CLEAN. COMFORTABLE 90"gold soil is then Interpreted or District sediment and erosion Marshal's Office to inspect the temporary
STORE BUILDINC1.OOOsq.ft.. ning of a very important translated to a user as to (CSWCD), says the value of 3)) identify limitationsand facilities after receiving
sofa. Only $75. See at ;
In of Coun-
Keystone Post 5-year project Clay
how it will respond when the soil is almost for location of that the contained
Remodeling work, kitchen Office on Commercial Circle Monitor office or call ty a Clay County soil survey potential reports buildings
to various
473.2210.1IItfnchg subjected uses limitless. home sites shopping fire hazards. '
cabinets, and trim up to 3,000 sq.ft. carpenter. Reasonable suitable for auto repair, W9 THUNDERBIRD FALCON survey.Soil samples will be taken and management.These "Historically soil surveys centers roads sewage The Department of Corrections constructed -
prices. Call 473-2477after etc. Call 473-2149 or evenings ((15' run-about), 75HP throughout the and soil maps and Inter- have been used by farmersto disposal systems the temporary units to
5:30 Evinrude. with trailer. county pretations are made readily determine the capability overcrowded conditions
: p.m 7/1 tfnchg. 473.2014.5tchg 7/1-29 then information underground utilities, etc.; alleviate
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY $1250. Phon. 4751484. compiledfor available to anyone li. need of the soil to support certain 4) provide the basis for land within the prison system. -

WORK Building patio, Itpd 729IEAUTIFUILY publication. of soils information. kinds of crops and for In- use planning. "A reasonable degree of safety
Officials from the U.S.
additions, remodeling, MISCELLANEOUSINCO. WOODEDACREACEBelmore When the county's survey stalling soil and water
con- Clay County was selectedfor from fire is provided in the temporary
homes and tile work. Freeestimates. Creek. Department of Agriculture has been completed it will servation practices." Craig said. EAch
the soil in 1982 facilities Gunter
survey by ,
Clay County. lot 12A, 5 (USDA), Florida Depart-
Phon. 473.4473 AMERICAN be published by the Govern- pointed out."However. smoke
the State Soil Survey Ad- building is equipped: with
during 7/1 tfn acres, $13,000: lot 13A. S ment of Agriculture and ,
day chg. LEGION HALL. SR-:21.: ,ment iPrinting Office' as'our
: ; f \
MAY KAY COSMETICS Fr. 1 Public Invited. acres, $15.000, Phon. Consumer, Services society visory Group, .,., ., detectors portable ire'extingulsh'ersand
Saturdays. p.m. ..Twenty-six: ...oil.,. has '
facial' r.-ord.rs, personalized .7/1 tfnchg 14752197./ Itpd 7/29 FDACS), the Institute of have already been urveys .experienced* the This group consists of emergency.exit,Ughttng. :;
skin core ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS ORCHID PLANT CLEARANCE Food and Agricultural publishedin pressures of growing'population representatives from the Gunter said that mattresses in
ducts. Call Juli. or Closed SAlE-Solurdoy July 31, 10 Sciences, Clay County, Each the state. with the resultant USDA Soil Conservation Service sleeping areas have flameretardantcovers
Kay.Correct number meetings Monday 8 p.m. am.4 p.m. Across from Orange Park and Green survey contains: Da) need to make the best the University of that guard against cigarette
473-3917. 2tpd7/29-8/5: Op.n meetings Friday 8 United Methodist Church. Cove Springs will gather complete set of soil maps of use of our lands soil infor- Florida Extension Service fires. a

:= CUSTOM MADE DRAPES p.m. Alanon. Monday 8 Sft-21. 473-4646. Itpd 7/29 the farm of John Logan Mar-on the county printed On an up- mation is being requested bya and the Florida Departmentof The temporary housing facilitiesare

!: bedspreads. Call for p.m. All meetings at shall to observe the mappingof to-date aerial photo base; 2) divergent segment of our Agriculture and Con- located inside a barbed wire fenc-

,, estimate 4732287. Also Educational Building Community NOTICE the "first acre." This will a colored soil association or populace," he says.A sumer Services, the Soil and ed compound. A manned guard tower
i dressmaking 473-2287. Church 473-2790 or general soil map for broad few examples of the Water Conservation Office. overlooks the eight 2,160-sqaure-Toot
begin the field work for the
;* 4tpd 7/22 817r 475.2130.7/1 tfn chg. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Clay County Soil Survey.A planning purposes ; various groups which utilize It establishes priorities for wood frame structures. .
.. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo should b. submitted to the 3)technical) and popular soils information
soil is survey are soil surveys based on local "There are no bars on the windows
.. duel, lees or weigh- Lake R.glon Monitor office by-acre inventory survey of an the acre-soil description of all the soil planners, engineers and ar state and federal consideration and the doors are not locked thereby

= HELPWANTED ins. open meetings Tuesday In writing and paid In advance mapped in the county; 4)soil) chitects appraisers and with local considera- allowing an easy exit from.thebuildings ;
It is
resource. developed bya
7:30 St. credit Is .
: p.m. sEpiscopal unless interpretations for various farmers and "
: professional soil scientist assessors tions being more heavily in case of fire Gutifersaid.
.. Church already established with farm and non-farm uses in foresters sanitarians Since Correctional officers duty
Heights. who covers the land on foot weighed. Clay County are on
Keystone this oHic.
narrative and table form; 5)) ecologists and environmen- is one of the fast-growing in each of the occupied building during -
RETIRED COUPLE for 473.2790.7/1 tfnchg. Monitor staff cannot beheld examines the soil in detail soil characterization
.r management of local BINGOLions Club across responsible for and classifies it according to the data of talists, educators, realtors counties in the state of sleeping hours.>._ ;ji
business more important soils of and developers.Uses Florida the soil 'will' 'Gunter said materials used in.the
part time from high school mistakes on classifieds a national system of soil tax- the survey
.. mobile home sit.ovailobl. Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 wh.n ad Is taken over the onomy. area describing their of a soil survey are: provide a basis for orderly construction of the facilities are fire-

0; .. Please call p.m.; Regular 7:30: p.m. telephone.Classified. The location of each kindof physical chemical and 1)identification) of important growth. rated to provide about U minutes'

::: 473-3193. Stchg 7/1-8/19 Public invited. 71 I tfn chg. deadline I. soil is plotted on aerial mineralogical properties. cropland pastureland and, The state's 10-year plan to evacuation time after a fire starts.
HAIRDRESSER with following DON HAVE TIME for typingor Tuesday noon prior toN photographs. Each type of Neil Craig, chairman of woodland; 2) design of conservation -, survey Florida is four years ,irt
;;; at Jessie's Hair Works. bookkeeping I do. Will Thursday publication. the Clay Soil and Water Con- measures to behind schedule. .. t
..: Full/Parttime. 60 percent work In my home. Phon. Minimum charge Is 15 '
: commission Phon. for appointment 473.2976.4tchrg 7/29 tfn words for $2.73.then 10 'f. Dade County 4" States JIe J
475.1508 Had for word after I In .d I
;, 129SALES cents every Union County Ads 1981 Traffic'Accidents>

;I PERSON-Apply at 480 FOR SALE Dade County again led all''"&i {ties
I" South Lawrence Blvd., -- - -- in traffic fatalities for 198J ,said.'the
t:! Sft-21, across from Fortune LAKE LOT on sand bottomed -- Florida highway Patrol' today '.t

I.i Federal. Hpd 1/29 lak. In Hillcrest. $800 Colonel Eldrige !Beach. ratrol
down, $146.44 month. WATCHSUNGLASSES
= per director 'Said'Dadct County led
1 i REAL all
Phon. 473.4058 or left atKeystone FOR SALE
HELP WANTED Florida counties in .traffic fatalities
473-4367 alter 6 p.m.7IHnchg Branch Library.
N FOR RENT Call Monitor office and 179 ATC HONDA 110 3 BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM.. 9 with 429 deaths. However" this was. a
.. drop from 440 in I960.
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone Identify. 473-2210 WHEELER
N OFFICE Heights, ownerfinanced GOLD CHAIN-.homm.r.d I LOOKING FOR a special ing condition: runn- lATH CB/BRICK HOME PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE. The top ten counties with the meet
SPACEfacIng $500 or $573
piece property If I I. landscaped yard Male preferred. 8-noon.
r Lawrence Blvd. Next door 12 percent in gold nugget. Reward. with rock. Phon. 496.3465.ltchg traffic deaths -were; Dade 429;
don't have, I'll find it-Just outbuildings with 2-'
to Andrews Drugs. Also terest. Lots on clear, sand Phone 473-4682. 1 Itpd 7/29 7/29. Monday thru Friday. ApplyP.T Broward 290; HiUsborough 306;;
kJANE S. USHER, acres. $20.000 .down.' '
r several large oHices for bottom.d lake, priced to REALTOR 496-2126 1 GILT AND I BARROW Balance owner financed at DeportmentUnion Palm Beach 200; Orange'* 146; Polk-

jj rent In rear of building, sell from 12500. One to WANTED 4962903. .v..., Your or HOG $75 each or $150 for 10 percent for 19 years. 7/29.General Hospital. 1 tchg 142; Duval 138; Pinellas '133;
,.. facing Flamingo. Call three acres with nice trees Union County Realtor fin both. Phone 496.3193.ltpd Additional Volusia 95, and Brevard 94. Sixty
473-3411. ./1 rtnchfl. from $3,600. $300 down, acreage
3/26. 7/29. available. Flexible terms. percent of all traffic deaths occurred.
$50 a month. Comm.rciolfrontog.Inv.stm.nt MOVING and/or odd lobs.. I FOR ALl YOU REAL ESTATE WO UO YAMAHAl 5,800 All on SR 18, near War. in these ten counties. ''

op Call: Meal Robinson NEEDSiCall: V.n.ra Brown miles, $1,300. Call thlngton Springs. Phone PERSONAL Total fatalities in Florida for:,1981

Itj HOME REMODELING t portunity. .SR-21N.4734375.71 Own.rsalesman. 4752401. Itchg 7/22/82 496-3022, Sandy Hazen 496-2996. Itpd 7/22. 4963625. TFN 7/22. SERVICES set a new all-time high record with

REPAIR ef ell kinds. tfnchg 496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon MUST SELL-LIKE NEW 1978 FREE ENGLISH IVYi Potted 3,121. \

Room additions. FreeEstimates. BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA YARD SALEPRIDAVSATURDAY 496-3140. Tiffin and International F-14O Tractor Caladlums 23 cents to S3. CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIESi Nineteen counties had a reduction

,.; 471-3187 access lots from 5500. Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 harrow, cultivator Weeping Willow trees $5. Free estimate Local in 1981 traffic deaths from .4he
:.. John Adams lullel.... $500 down, $71.74 per July Box 788, Lake Butler Fl. planter. Phone 496-2363: or Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, distributors for completely previous year.There were no cout-
... month. Discount on entire 10-31 9-4:30, Baker Road tfn chg.,, 8/6. 96-2784.Itpd 7/29. trees $6 6 year old Parkin- washable nationally nies which escaped having at least on

;::1 10 acre One Waterfront off 214 from Gizmo. Sonia trees S10. Contrary advertised Gardsette fatality during 1981. >*..

(wait lot. Call 4734375.. 7/1 Miscellaneous articles Mary's Garden SR 121. Draperies. SAW Enterprises _"With traffic deaths for 1982 runn-
Rlalte ......nt.- tfnchg 1tpd7/29! Lacrosse. 462-I 56 I. closed '
and Ed 0' Loma ing slightly ahead of 1981 and more
SERVJ'CESg .rr., elier 7/157/221/29.Sunday Monday. 3tchg. Stephen. 4962219. drivers moving into Florida," & id

S/I/80TFN. 'Beach; "the traffic pictures looks

VACATIONBIBLE YARD SALE Saturday, July bleak unless motorists brush upon
/1.4541 31, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Ceramics their safe drivign habits." 2
H S REALTOR TNror and |unk, 38O SE 3rd Ave.
lcrrHOP M. Herkey. Itchg 7/29. I.
B ,,411-482 JANE S. USHER

1/.e G1Kw With GoBese Capsules and
SCHOOLat REALTORYour rwr EVapwater pills Andrews '
'.,aln Of Ma| rElMtrlf Union County Realtor h Drugs 225 W. MainSt. Starke Ads I

lf pI IU*.etS 2tpd 7/22 7/29.
360 N. Main St. "
.nlu Intffortl i Christ Ev. _
496-2126 496-2903 INSURANCEMAINES

Clay CMRttas Lufherine Church -r- AAAREAL Motorcycle LAND ti:
lase..w FOR SALE

,. WHERE: K.H. Lions Club IDEAL FARM: Approx.. 28 acres, section of Providence ESTATE 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake 174 'SO'FOUR HONDA FOR SALE t

3 BR frame horn with fireplace. Sid on high AGENCY Butler. 4963978. Complete Motorcycle. Run .good. ..

Steve BroadwayTREE WHEN: August. 2-6 point of property. Nice born with 8 stalls and equip.- i Ph. 75J-OS77 Insurance Service. TFN Asking $600. will I ACRES Two miles SW of

space. Fenced and cross fenced pasture and crop negotiate.. Call 4737156after Raiford on C793.: Pae4

SERVICE August 9-13 land. Front roadt.. Circle drive at entrance horn*. We heve. ,,meny listing FOR RENTTYPIWSITTIRS 6 p.m. and anyime road frontage. $l. 00ii:
Ideal for horse farm or small crop former. SOME fer ale properties. weekends. ./8 tfnI7B acre :
Removal FINANCING AVAILABLE TO \Acreage fret 3 acre toS30 SUZUKI 100V 2300
TIME: 9 AM-11:30 AM QUALIFIED BUY ".' AND ADDING miles. 781.S1111) JOCkonl/lft:1
$499. Call 473-2214.
large acreage available In Union County with fin. eere* Com* flrtenc

Trimming AGES: 414REGISTER avail. 23 to 300 acre for tqle In Union County. Some I.... $.- S....._. RENT Union MACHINES Times.BS FOR. 3/20 tfn CS4MLI i
have been J bails 'base.. __ County IW SUZUKI price
fr.. EstlmaU price reduced and financing arranged to. pad
SW 2nd Ave., lake
bar-- sissy bar. I helmet.
'' expedite tale) wish owner flnemin r '"
NOW Butler. Phone 496-2261 for tire, REWARD
now rear ,
BY' new bottery
-Batten natural frame home on Iocr. between Lake"Butter ,W. COM ;**.1.. with'
4734732Aftor .
more Information. TFN excellent :14
and Rolford off SR-131. 'MHA laai .pp.atl.n. condition. 7.700 LOST, 2 weAer"' bI.:
5 CALLING Old fashion sad for 10/1. miles. $1230. 964-68O3.. red ft whiter. I M ck.'AwhHe.teiNeed ,
P.M. type home, large with high ceilings.. NLINyIag pea RENT TO OWN. A New 7/13 Stchg 7/29
Very attractive 2 bedroom home with additional PMHA ...... Baldwin Piano of 1ft,..t.
corner your HONDA THAU 7i less than
.. Kystone> Hod 473.2419 lot. Pecan trees and Cemmerclef .... with Lake Butt**menM*"**"*
grape arbor One block off Porromore Music, 5,900 mile. Fair condition
; ....
,. eed. ... .4I14Ih. _
Main St. ,' ,- buIINn1 ,11.1. 904-732-6776,; Ocala. 7/1' run excellent., $129. Call I I
f --. Hn
". .' 9645262.729 Itpd
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- ,Used I I.V GALV. ROPlNGs HOMES WANTED PALMS APARTMENTS! Furnished 4 BEDROOM unfurnishedhouse. I

Color'TVsAntenna's e'.fc.tO, r-$4.70; "'$8 jig FOR SALE for AMILY HAIRDESIGNERS efficiencies and I $300 month. 315 ruiiHarr3
t ,'.$S.,71 10M..."| $40 PER HUNDRED with mall paid from BR opts., weekly or mon Walnut St.. no pets
ir-$7.35i: 12'-H| We 144 W. Call St. thly. NEW FURNISHED 964-7S2I. 7/22 3tchg 8/7
rSH Infr1inI..receiving manufacture. Jack nvlll.. 12 K 43 MOBILE HOME with Homel Experience un- .....7303 STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple 534 CLARK ST. 3 bedroom !
O A 147ALUMINUM Call loll free 12 x 25 front room addition neceisaryl Information, OpenT.W.'fI Ave.. Storke. 3/11 tfp9/02 unfurnished house, $ISO ; LREALTY
with fireplace ft extras on send selladdressedstamp.d per month 964-7931. 7/22
'.100-142.2702.7/\6 JHhg til 5i30 CLEAN MOBIll HOMES for
p 7/2t 2 1/2 acres off 301 N. of Associates.envelope P.O. Box: 726 J.S. Thurs.-ll AM III 7PM rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto tfn. t : -i sfr

HOftSEi Yeldlng, 4 ysOU old Starke. 964-3449. 7/22 Elizabeth N.J. 07207. 7/22 .at..AMtIlSPMAppointments prison. Call 4681323. ,'
opprox. 14 ',', hd,", Needs 4tchg 8/14 4/1 tfnMOBILE HOMES PHONE 964.7776'1/0';
iSALE ,experienced rid.,. $400 12x40 MOBILE HOMI good Stchg 821INFORMATION HOMES FOR RENT f CECELU "

firm. Call 964.539g.: 7/29 shape, 1979. Central' Ship Job. Great ON l Income Cruise 1/7 Not tfnBATHTUBS Always Necessary mil. from Stark. city FOR SALE .I TUWILUIR_ ,205 N. Temple, Starkr'
2tpd 8/3 alr/hcot. front porch. limit Clean. Hwy. 16 E. ,
potential. Occupations.Call ft SINKS -
D ROOFSnow HAY FOR SALE Highly' f.r. $8,400. Also pool table for 312-741-9780 Dept. Call 468-1323. 4/1 tfn FOUR BEDROOM 2 baths SPECIALS
"tl"'O'" $1I.9'S per 5 gal. tlllxed Argentina pick' &lp sal., $300. 964-8849 or Call Refundable. Refinished In your home. 2 ROOM kitchenette wall to den workshop gardenarea. .
2120. Guaranteed. Fr. $19.000 with $2,000 down 14% for 20 years mo. pay
behind baler field$1' .90! < and all
fl, ,r#d Whit In 964-7100. / Itchg: wall carpeting Lots of trees.
Ab1l| Hom goof Coating p.r bale. 964-5080 7/2 7/22 2tpd 7/29 estimate Also bath tubs, utilities furnished. pecan $211.40 stove, rerfrlg.. natural gas frame hem on
Will DO BABSmiNOi' Dayor Cool shady quiet
ll ll75 sinks, and shower tile nice lot In city.Imoginel .
# PV 5 gal l, Stark 2tchg 8/5 964.7184.718 tfn
CARS & week. Live 9645610.
night or by $46.000. Phone
7.llt\ Center 964-8181. ETHAN ALLEN daub|,* sofa' Ralford cleaned. Ultra-Glaze. Call 3 BEDROOM 2 bath trailer $20,000 CASH cozy. Crosby Lake Canal
j'jS HArtpi Ilk. n_. $195 or b&st of TRUCKS between Stark reference.ft 9648903. 3/11 tfn 3 miles South of Stark. for 6/10 tf chg. home. completely furnished Including TV. refrlg.. stove
\ : ':: ....QUI grill. f.r. 9644127. 7/29 '''"g -- on 229. Have 8/3 NEED EXTRA MONEY* Interviews Information call 473.4456alter IS ACRES Partial' wood free..,, boot ft motor riding mower 2 metal outbuildings .

""*. On ,ind. $40; table FULLY AUTOMATIClVal.r 17 TRANS AMa 6.6, fully LIVE 964-8310.IN to 7/29 take 2tchg car. of Invalid ore being taken for 6 p.m. 7/22 2tpd 7/29 fence, home 1950 sq. ft., a variety of fruit trees, many flowers room for
.r.1fC$2S! Call: 964-5251 Conditioner s ,vclal' loaded, black on black $75 wk. Must Avon Representatives. Call TWO BR mobile home, 12 x many extra assum. 8 1/3. a garden 21 chickens!
fL' 3 p...... 4/23 tfnSw $599.99 In.tolled-:/ Or T-top $700, and assum drive car.man.7/29 Itchg Romano Crapse, 7823068. 70. A/C $195 mo. Off For- Total 98500. Reg. Down Orange Street CB 3 BR. 1'/ BA, Nearly new. pretty
*tOTAILERi' N.w $10.50 per month rental.' paym.nts; call 964-8896; DRESS MAKING Alterations 7/22 4tpd 8/14 syth Rd.. phone 9648407. $35,000. Owner will hold wooded lot In town. Bargain $38.000.

(f\r| >t. In. good (condition 964.6841.7/29 2tchrt. 8/3 431-1373; 431-1860.7/13 and mending of all kinds. UNITED COMMUNICATIONS 7/22 2tchg 7/29 2nd. 964-8763. 7/22 2tpd Attractive 3 BR. 2 B brick home In Geneva Lake
9l,4gO, 964.B50J after 4.lj LIKE NEWt Whirlpool' l Stchg 7/29 Quality work. 964-8591. ELECTRONICS 110 E. Call I BEDROOM apartment 7/29 Estates. Fireplace 'large screened porch garage storage
)'F"- washer, $200. ig-Zag, JEEPS CARS.TRUCKS. under furnished. 964-8429 JIM WALTER 2 bedroom 1
.t( Itchg 7/29 St., CB', stereo marine partly bldg.. fenced garden sprinkler system well landscaped,
*.Tr 300 AM welding sewing machine. $>$. Can $100 available at local HURRY LADIES Stop worry. VHF, FM. commercial after 5. bath home to be moved off overlooking scenic pasture.
II'lIcl1"".' 200 6 cylincderAnglhe b. seen at Browns frailer gov't sales In your area. Ing about bills. Start earn business amateur. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE: 1 bath 'lot, Asking $18,000. Colonial' brick with bay windows' on 1.7 acres near

4j4 complete Park. Hwy. 301.1. 'lost Call (refundable) ing for Christmas. Let me Custom Installations. 'large fenced yard, screen Perfect Lake home Country Club.' Assum. mortgage $3'.600 at 1'/.%. double
r. IIt1r. \100 ft. 'loads 20excellent trailer. 7/29 ItpdMiO 1-714-569-0241 ext. 5121 patio fireplace centralairheat. 964.6359.: 7/29 4tchg 8/19
tell you how. Call Chris, 9648903. 7/8 4tpd 7/29 fireplace epprox. 2353 sq.ft..a superb value for$(S,000.
opI'i coneU.I OS750 excelleni Condi for directory on how to appliance &
1 I iv'. 41 .BOO. 964-7108. tion. 2400. Will t/vU for purchas. 24 hr.. 7/15 3tpd MAID 964-6279.7/29 WANTED Itpd Experienced BABYSITTING In my homeall dishwasher, $350 per YARD SALE Keystone Heights lots II. 19.20 on Point View Rd. ft
S'SHAi farm tractor and bu,h hog. 7/29 age, day or night. C.J. month. 964-4127. 7/29 Jasmine Ave. overlooking Keystone lake $4400 cash.
vfl OTAtO DRAWS. or Will trade up or 410"' ''. JEEPS Government only. full or port-time. 964226.7/8 4tchg 7/29 Itchg Just what you needed 20." acres .secluded yetnear

,, 'Vl'I4t' 964.7065 or 964-6020.964-6423. $tQrk. Surplus listed for $3,196. 964-5590.LEASE Itchg 7/29.0. seat I NEED MONEY you n.ec large, 4 bedroom. 2 bath HOUSI OF BARGAINS Seeing town. 3 wells, 2 septic tanks, owner financing.
9 m. 11')2 1 Itch{, Ask for John. ltpd /39 Sold for $44. For Info. FOR wh clean home. Let work carport den chain link. Is Believing! 212 Call Approx. 40 acres of prime Bradford County farm pro
1 ''V( S"B ANGUS COWS. 25 SACRIFICE 20 ft. travel (3129311961.) .*t. 2729. restaurant, 964-6784 :or equipment see at together. 964-7S14. 7/39 workshop garden area St.. 9 ..m. la 5:30 p.m. perty. In the heart of the Strawberry County. Rd. 225.

I YI'\/I'\/ weanling heifer, 3 trailer $1850. 964-6039.( 7/22 4tpd 8/12 Torena Motel. 1900 N.Temple. 4tchg 819I $350. First, last & security Yell come see us at our I' Neat CB horn. with pecan trees, azaleas and beautiful
V\lIlyllttg bull, 3 20 mnth 964-6423 Stark. Aok$ for 14 CHEVY PICK-UPs 3 7/29 2tchg 8/5 I WILL CLEAN HOUSES Any .".5610. new location. 3/lltfn lawn first time offered.
yp # bulls, 30 St..r.laA .. John. Itpd 7/29 quart.r ton AM/FM".r.o. day of Ih. week. For more 511 ST. CLAIR ST. Small LOOK. JULY ONLY. 10% off New large, brick home, Starke Golf ft Country Club.
\ Hogat 4851834.' $800. 964-6553. 7/29 Itchg Information contact Susieat house. Adult only. no pel. on everything In store except Huge family room with fireplace the best designer and
/1l t hg 7/29 MISCELLANEOUS'SALEt 1t7S MERCURY WAGON 8 PERSONALSERVICES 964-4226. 7/29 4tchg Refrigerator ft stove. consignment Items. roomiest closets In town. 3 BR, 2 baths, 2 car garage,

1.1I..MOINI: BULLS. ---- Cyl.. automatic. 490 8/19 961-7707.7129 1 Itchg Sale Includes hats, many extras, corner lot.'
QJ'Col"... and alls nglne.. All pow.r. CHRISTIAN MOTHER will 4 BEDROOM HOUSE In glassware, clothes' toys Beautiful brick home with B oc.. approx.2800 sq. ft. ftSBSOO
'to., T0p blood lines. Also Fri. & Sat. oMf. 74 reasonable. Also used tender 'loving car. to town. 2 trailer lots In country novelties, and lots more. $ assum. _rt.. at H'/.%
U>V: ryd brahmans. J.L. Buick clean 76 Mai44: with alum windows 9646888. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete give small children. Fenced Feed a pigs $27.50. We also have new 8 track City water ft sewer, four lots, $5,000 per lot.
J<|vvell. Starke. piston engine 73 C llott. / U. 2t 7/29 5 hr. tiller 10,000 watt 174 play yard mot ROOM and bath furnished prices. Come see and
iiiV'(\ 'UI 7/72 I.riC Co.h needs velvet. brake A/C snacks, and lots of 'love No $135 save. This & That Shop, on
_ i ; Register generator steering, chain mower blade hollow opt. pet per for .
. 4' .,,1.. $200. Call portable c.m.nt mlxr I 5 AM/FM radio. Call after 6 ground and balanced.' Prefer 2 yrs. and above. month plus $50 cleaning corner 301 S 16. Open qualified. buyer.LAKEFRONT .
* *
: a. GM mogs, 2 G60 bV 14 p.m.. 7823005. 7/29 2tpd Leave at Jackson Building 9646034.729 Itpd dep. 964-8071. 7/39 Itpd everyday except Thursday, .
,)' \' 'OR SALf: Anguiftroham tires, 4 steel radial: on 8/5 Supply In Starke, Keytson LOCKSMITHBURGLARALARMSi 3 YR. OLD 3 BR. 2 bathhouse 11 a.m. till ? Open Thurs GET YOUR FEET WET
. "._ :!: eras Ford rings 318 C.l.rmotor 77 DASHER. 5 door s/w. Lake Butler 24 Hrs. Service. CH/A, on Cypress day. July 8. 7/8 4tchg 7/29 lake Bedford. Owner financing at 12%% for well
\ ,S Qa. 7/32 Ztehg: 7/29 Starters and trlon/ auto-air asking only Heights or 964-5849. 1520 South St.. $325 mthly, first last SATURDAY 9 tel dark. gas maintained home. Soles price reduced to $53,000 with

,'11W .POWER Unit Army oth.r parts. 250 gal. $2,873 or trade for pickupor TFNchg Walnut St.. at the Outfitters. months rent. 533-2210 stove, school clothes, lots $20.000 down payment.
"' //I plll", $37J. :3 :30,000 LB stainless water tank, slant bigger s/w. 964-5235. ALCOHOLICS Phone 5/13 Hn after 6 p.m. 7/29 tchg of goodies. 326 N. Walnut. Beautifully wooded lots 4. 5 Geneva Creek. Appros. 1
jt.IlCI I frOF\ ':5.$425.. 1 6 trans starter alternator 7/29 Itpd ANONYMOUS SPECIAL! CB radio tune-up. IN WALDO: 3 BR. 1 bath 7/39 Itpd Ac. each. Emery Lone $15.000 ea. or $2S.OOO both.
fnJ h.v 3 Inch pump 8 distributor utility troier", | FORD GALAXIE 500 1973. 964-5148 or 9647619. $10.95. 110 E. Call St., house. $175 month. First FRI. SAT.t July 30-31 8 Silver lake. 83' 4 BR, 2 BA, fenced large enclosed shed,
\I. 6rigd pump & boss 4x3 steel box small boat excellent condition with TFchg Starke. 7/8 4tpd 7/29 last ft $100 security. No a.m. till ?? 100 gal. oil tank covered picnic area.
p" ,1,150- Will ,.ll $675. trailer, no rollers Many AC. Only 61.000 original SEWING, MACHINES pets. 468-1509. 7/29 3tpd with stand. 100 gal Let on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak .r.... $14.000.
:\\f I.cl' agrrip hoi. n.w other Items. Frl & Sat. Only., miles, asking 1500. Call REPAIRED All makes 8/12 stocfcwatering tank. Custom built home little Ik. Santa Fe 2 Ac.SI10ooo.
;? p. 13:: Volt gas driver Browns Trailer POrk, 964.8034.7129 Itpd cleaned oiled and adjusted. FOR RENT 3 Ii. 2'/ BATHs. larg. Lamps glassware, crafts, BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER

J p\I.-y che.rg.er, 3 hr. 964-8238.7/29 Itchg 1973 VW RABBIT FM/AM $15. Work master BR, den with flower arrangements, lots lake Butler-One acre, double wide, pool.
;..JIvg\ *12$. Hunting Vehl- FREE KITTENS lovv,>ble, 8-track radio AC, original guaranteed. James MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE fireplace, separate dining of misc. Take 100W about 3 Bessent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.
,; .*,. 4jM Scout Big Tire & ne.d good hom. AnitaCriHIs. 48,000 miles. New tires, Strickland, corner MorganRd. HOME PARK mobile homes room and living room miles to SW 5th St. Follow Frame, 3 BR, pecan trees 239.17' on paced SRD-tl. 1.635
IA **" a50- Trailer 14 ft. 9645804. i/2y Itpd body A.I shape, sold by and Hwy 16. TFNchg and spaces for rent. large kitchen with bar and signs. 7/29 Itpd Ac. High ft Dry. Reduced to 20000. Good Buy I
( .tyOf dual wh.el havy 3 MONTH OLD mal, bird owner 9645248. 7/29 CHAIN LINK FENCE Install- Recreational vehiciss.wekome.Rhoie'468291 dishwasher hugh shadedlot FRIDAY A SATURDAY July Owner Financing In lowtey 3 BR. CH/A. Approx., 1500
\I" **30 Trash' dog. Fr.. to good Ita"" ., 30 and refrigerator. bar ... ._
VWlf* Itc"'g .. with plenty
''. u.. ed-J/e*.estimates,.Handyx 2., pecan sq.'ftrSfucco .'oc: pv'd. driveway./ ; .
? tVW $'ff."iTff2'Wheel: godd""Wlth eilf.' \': ",. tbo1i7r.pala :,.. Man Fence Co.,_ owner TFchg 1' .trees..$3SO plus deposit, by ovid stool 'set ''recliner .** Ac. Rd. 14x40' MH. metal garage.Cl. barn.
It' *?. trailer 12 ft. form 964-7926 after 5. 7/29 $295. 9646040. 7/29 tchg 'Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. $ BR. I IA LIVING ROOM. appointment 782-374)) odds and ends, all day rain on Forsythe pecan
trees. $3BOOO.
1iO"O:: (- rubbr tlrs $300. Itchg '70 PULPWOOD TRUCK tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER dining .room ft kitchen 5/27 tfn or shine. 406 S. Thompson peach apple Grapevine.
ltin. 7/29 FREE/ To good home mali Tandem axle and St. 7/29 Lots 63 ft 45 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Hamesltes. $4,900.
/ 64'I" 2tpd skidder REPAIR Call central I heat and air. In RENT TO OWN: A New ItchgPUILNITUItI
kittens. Call 964-8034. 729Itpd $2.600. 289-9654. 7/29 Phone 468-1779. Baldwin Piano of your appliances Excellent commercial prop. Many use.. Approx. I OC.
W. Hampton.
the Office 110
'\ Vt1'L\' Sofa and chair Itchg Shop ((1st months rent In ad- choice. Parramore Music bathtub toys clothes, and w/135 ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to list.
'd: e nditl0n. Gold ...- 74 BUICK 2 door clean motor Call St., Starke, for details. vance.S/7) Hn 904.732.6776, Ocala. book Saturday July 31 t. 8 Commercial Lot with 120 ft. on US301. Coed buyl!

!'.: O, will negotiate. BUSINESS rebuilt $895. 9648238. 964-5764. tfn LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR, 1 3 BR. 1 BATH Inside city. till ?? Griffis Loop by 2nd Geneva Lake Estates- wooded Vt oc. lots terms. Clean
:"', ''1M,7'f' Frllnk purranc. 7/29 Itchg GLASS CUT TO ORDER BA on Crosby Lake. Partially near schools $325 month RR track, Morgan. 7/39 neighborhood, w/rolllng hills. Tennis courts.
.l I '61.4139. 7/29 Itpd OPPORTUNITIES' Doors windows, etc. furnished. One yrs. by appointment only' Itpd. Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. Ml. Trailer park

,.... & SII" boy school -- JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY lease. $225 per mo. Weigel 964-8299 day. or 964-7071 SAT.. I. at Ollns Trailer .5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole, septic tank.

f' Ij\\",' olio: baby clothes. OWN YOU OWN jean- WANTEDAXLES 9646078. Orders also Realty Inc.. 282-5201,1/28 evenings. 7/15 tfn Park watch out for signs. .4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
.C'ipll ,'101. Itchfl 7/29 Sportsw.ar. Inf""' .... taken In lake BUtler tfnKITCHENEFFICIENCY ((2)) 1 BEDROOM unfurnished 7/29 Itchg .40 Acres New River. High ond rolling.
fyv Wf MOW' & CART Pr.t..n or Ladies Apparel ft TINES 2 axles44 496-3079 and Keystone apartments. 524 CherrySt. 1105 BUTLER RD.. Fri., 9 ?

'/j, '1 v ,Kr.,, R c,ntly r.built. Store. Offering all nationally tire*. We pick.up. $100; Heights, 473-4973. 2/26 tfn ROOMS for rent at low ., $135. 9647521. 7/22 Sot 8-7 Cancelled if rain. -
'I'II" life, runt great.MAHi known brands You deliver, $125. Olin. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK weekly rotes. Call Temple 3tchg 8/7 7/29 1 Ipd
I \. $92. 7'29 Itchg such a* Jordach.: Chic; Mobile Home Soles Hwy. SERVICE Bradford County Motel, 9647357. 2/18 EOW ((1)) 2 BEDROOM house, $125. kudJt BUY OR SALE
J:. .",,,()O 10 wks. L...; j Levl. VandetPIt| ,, ,'100. .W Stark. 964-5606. residential' pump-outs Ads N..d work. 534 Cherry St., L S.anley Home ProYducts. .
f" 1 f41d, f '..4A1(29 Calvin Klein Wranfiler TFchg $50. We also re-lay' drain Classified 964-7521.7122 3tchg 8/7 I Call: Karen

\,1iJ;, ov.r 200 other brands. WILL PAY 10 CENTS EACH lines Phone 9648121., Get Results I
...\ (* dinette,.t. portable $7,900 to $16,500 Incuse: for 1 gal.' plastic plant' containers 3/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL I Griffith,

.,A, ,, dsh.I1', ''*'' good beginning inventory. Qir-. and 20 cents for 3 Car CleanIng I -
C"JIIIOr', Call between fore for one fo Fashion gal. size. 7823973. 7/8 Service. Cleaned \ SemI-Truck Drlvtrior Realtor

1.9 )Q p.m. 964.8Q71. 729fciiaaM Center training. fixtures, 4tehg 729ROOMMATE washed vacuumed STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT I Henry EquIpment Old Lawtey P.O.
Stan 9646932:1
grand opening pr0nto.lions. NEEDED to sanitized and deodorized. Spaitsn.....LeuIIr $12,000 0 DW M.H. on 1
l. :: i : TI
fo4y\> 'long Call Mr. Loug-hlln share 1/2 of thr. $7.00. pick-up and 322 S. Walnut 964-8568 tlOS-MIMM: ac. $26,500 6 ac.
M'It.rn' ll| iruckj $t25.. (6128351304.) Itpd:l bedroom house In nice delivered We specialize In Sales, and Service of Snapper I $10,500 Owner fin. on
: ) ,,, Ilk. $200. or your place.
r"\\ ".w' $150. Call all.
\ neighborhood. Mowers and tillers; Yozoo mowers; Husky. Poulan.'
Call 964-7226. ask for Den
: tpd' .
'\'!. 16 7/'l9 I Classified Ads 964-7669 after 3 p.m. 7/8 nis. 12/10 tfn > and Lombard chainsaws; Weedeater trimmers. COMMERCIAL
Ajt. proof I
Get Results tfn Authorized Service Center for Briggs and Stratton. $250 WEEKLY RESIDENTIAL
j 'r cubicit. $225.
.. Kohler. Tecumseh and Clinton I ACREAGE
/ engines.We
\ UI' 1/19 Hcllg - - -- ------- Working part or full
h.\ O,.
"t' ""t'I... ." .CollAJ.IMINVM I ATTENTION < propelled and RIDERS I ( guaranteed) mailed !I04! I 7.2.3S HOME
ft MOWER SHOtS Still $100 trade In credit
\' S.3136. ''J clt. nvill.. r offering on Snapper tillers! directly to you from
1qS gp 8'JJj" /' Behind Powell's DiaryFreeze Horn Olflc P.O. Drawer "M"
Serious I Job Seekers I every
'I'LAnSaf ) Wednesday. Start Im 301 S. tawt.yORANGE

f ''dAt ''''' C.I\I.' sah. u.- SALES SERVICE Would you Ilk. to. set your own hours with practically mediately. No experience
Chain Saws ft tsmsmssssssssttssssstsSSStsPINE
#q ''V' l l'1f\"sj n.w.poper., Lawn Mowers ,no limit on earnings and have vacation a* desired? If necessary All -
f.'iVf"t' minor' repolr A 1J then work with National
(o. why not conveniently u* sor ages. company. I
: "\\.I', ,(,..If.r.. County ting/bundling mail.' Receive work and payment by FORESTAPARTMENTS Details ft application
.,f'-' '''''''' ''4.06. tfn. self- & BLUE
mall. Start Immediately! For Information. a mailed. Send your name Afar eolrty tnotmvt taiM Ii.. ikm AMOKnMwvMlnrirtcM
'"ftV' T. PiEW IJSWi Fur. MOBILE HOMt oddressed stamped envelope assures a prompt r.ply. and address to: The SIGNS I Alftiipont.NAPPTJAUIMANCI
111.1(. ft opplionc.s.fituSf ; IKDKIM' _m" d .,$. (._.. ux
Mall Marketing Services. P.O. Box 2590. Ocole. American Fidelity Co. nut..... HAPFV JACK OURACIH' tf
I'' "I and pipe.. SERVICE POLES 1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apt.. Emory Nolan raciKj.
Florida 3247B.EARN. Hiring Dept. 77, 1040 .szid tfKtnbvUS 1PA O.enI tic.
r'AAlN; CP4TU. US-301 100 AMP From 150" to 297" 964-5993 tub a mrgt Canons NO Undm At firm
1 Lon. Star Dr. New
l 6J'f1679. 11' fn '-' a.........
"pOp.lp1 BARGAIN 160.00 Brounfel. Texas. 78130. Rt. 4, Box 1320 10_...c"'.... ""ItOwt
Starke, Fl. 32091 "-",- s.. .IS SnowWI NC2SVBWoll
j y s_, 901 South.w 200 AMP 1530 W. Madison -
'11 '\1t)< buy ond ..11 -U -
I'\i. furnltiir arid apI SSIMI-al-

.... I 8113 tfriCIfTOr1tb Calk Anytime f STARKE LAWTEY I ........., FREE SERVICE
% TV-SI coi- Drilling
461-1117: : Waldo I
"dV'tcl"lng 0 $00.00.- 'Applications ere now being taken far TimesUnionr Whitehead's . . . .
.. 'j(yJf-lA'' w.lcoMs. Phon. Morning Paper Route. Applicants must be*.ble. to pest 2" 6"
;'...'.. .\2\2.\ 6/11 Hi'Wht _____________________ __ __ :.-___ a cash bend hoy. reliable' trenspartetlen end e -j jC FOR Tree Service thru
't"\I $ oak andtruckload I L telephone. Fast Rotary

.4', I .\ f5 par ; I Cell '...1165 I HAM SHAPING fOR THE WHOLE FAMILY RENT LICENSED -'INSUREDFREE Drilling Equip.
j\ 44'_. 130 half cord.un NEEDMONEY Women .' Men Children ESTIMATES
., ", .. This I I. an Ideal supplemental' Income for a houswlfe, 3 shop 1200 State LicensedJPumpjr
cll, hln* cr. spaces.
4M4. or com out bet- ? I reltremenl couple teacher, etc. r P.rman.ntWavlrg Hair Coloring sq. ft. ea. Ideal for ((904)) 752-4356 . . . .
VY\f ,: CI.-1*. ond 2:30 EXCELLENTPROFITS Frosting contractor

--vv.y. CII'If _'11 'load for Us. Your Hotti| 1, SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNTHairstyles light Lake City. Florida . . . . .
t/ ffn j mfg... repair shop or _
V v. -- ----
tfVI""' SHILl' lorAl Equity. W. make T.wp1uuiu- -- By Jo storage. New & Used

'lJr\\ o. Cypr.f. ... VACUUMSALE SalesePartseService
1st & 2nd Mtg CALL
\ %"'Iri.rclI. P-flrovl. [ I Lett's' of Beauty JO STANSELL OWNER E-Z TermsPlumbing

jrlfikJ l : rock. concrete: Call us for a quofv] N.W. 59th Av.. off Bayless Rd. 1-904-772-7980_ . . . . .. .
vVYlvl." gliding' * .#1 'III siIl.' torg*or small 964-5010 RD-325 HAMPTON Starkev Florida 964-5772 NEW & USEDWe

Pdf .llv.t* j t') > Allen ,. Taylor. Sei New Installation
-:\ VVY W! thcltgp WO CHAMPIOH I Re-Opening; In Hampton ROYALS Remodeling Repairs

\ DOUBLI.WIDE2.4.U Welcome All My I s$1MO' I Shop & Compare!] ,EUREKAS ... .C" .... .. .

3 Ii. 1 3/4 bath ee" Aloe VeraA Special Insurance ''fot! .HOOVERS Durrane

Ty- .- wood.aldln.i;, Friends .t Mobile Home Parks ELECTROLUX . . . ..... .
Total Unique Aloe Vera Juice -
WANTED shingle" roof sfov*,' & Customers: ..All types of homeowners I SEARS PUMP&SUPPLY
reflgeratot ,. Thousands taking for artnrltls.. rheumatism. I
Avalbb. Ulcers indigestion low skin policies for COMMERCIALVjerepalr
dishwasher.: $1.301 energy overweight,

1; Iy 1t& 2nd1usliro down, $250 pS- SPECIAL. : .Guaranteed to be the purest mobile homes. all makes .COMPANY.t.tt. "." .
CaB for Quote *
momh.'Can be ...rat strongest best tasting fi AI I Young'sSlncB 864 N.

- iW.1wyyy. ''Ollns Mobil, .$5 OFF, Aloe the Vera country.JuiceIn Olln's Mobil. 1997 Temple Ave.

. I Home, Hwy 100 NSfarke. CanbtsttnatWAtDO Home Sa!.. 964-6918 Starim Fl.

or call Mot* ALL PERMS I FLEA MARKET Elaine_ M. OIn Agent'! .a... ... If .$ .,. . '
men, 9&4.5 44._ I $aIda1aII" ,. D Buldlng 964-5806 J : 964-7061 I
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f Quiet- Thunder helps students ..1 Terwillegar ill

Springs the day I visited the camp. sense of doing something special .
I from page one "We think its good for one group to within their Own group" and a little in Bw
branch and other things each dependence as well.
I see
tended field trip to interesting areas
Wheeler said. "It gives them a The counselors are mostly teachers
Blue day,
all One was visiting
from either the Bradford or Union Motors in hr

R.n. _. -,- _... ;;,: County school system and Wheeler hrn+
says sometimes they learn Just as
n much as the campers, In a different
way.Counselors. N
attend a camp of their S
own for one week just before the
regular session begins. Its a good Lefton 8
t time for them to get together and get 4 Days
'r u to know one another which can be important
over four.weks of camp.
"We set up the activities we are goIng
to try to do with the kids and most the Best Deal in Florida c

importantly, we learn some basic.
methods to teach the campers some
of the good behavior we are going to
expect from them during their stay $
Down I
here" Wheeler explained. "w. use 5995 Nothing (
basic operant conditioning techniqueswhich
involve no punishment for Dad" Drive Out Including Tax

behavior. Instead, if someone
misbehaves or disrupts the group in
4I- \ some way they are put into what we 1982 Ford F-100 Pickup
call a time-out procedure. No-one is
punished, they are simply isolated
from the rest of the group for a cerlain .
specified time. day
"Everyone wants to be in the groupof vote
course so usually, little by little the
some of the ones with a whole lot of TIfice
energy to burn start channeling it intoa
/ -7 more positive direction. The beautyof frol
,- 1v the system is that changes in + : .aav r-Fr als

f fo behavior are accomplished in a' .',, 'ffi a.m(

p1 relativly non-stressfull manner. Ele
.. Wheeler has been director now at viel
.. Camp Quiet Thunder for the past two dur
t's L years and worked as a counselor for
t two years before that. Some of the "
other counselors there are also In'I\' we
their second and third years at the i P o the
'.; \ camp. the
"We spend some long days out here ref
but its really worth it when you see ) P tiol,
''' ,f' ,Ii "., ; the results" he says. "You get a
,l/l! __ { pal
great sense of satisfaction when you
see some of the kids start to shape up aft
: and when their parents and teachers WHHMMV lis;
I Sometimes a simple smile works wonders report the same results carry over at

home and in the classroom.1I Escorts WagonsEXP's prlSt:.

I Rebates & 24 Month 24,000 mile warranty staNe 14.,J

Church illustrated history .. .. .. \
publishes .' ,.. .. .
St. Mark's Episcopal Church of Starke wishes to announce held at the Parish House from 1-2 p.m. to honor The SeR
the publication of"A Home Within The Wilderness: Venerable Fred G. Yerkes, to whom the book is lovingly MustangsGT's w/T-Tops!) hs
A History of St. Mark's Church 1880-1980( by Sandra dedicated by St. Mark's. All friends of St. Mark's and Fr. ( fit
Poynter Sanders. Yerkes are Invited to attend.
The text is 124 pages which includes 20 pages of pictures. Copies of the book many be obtained for $10 plus $1 for
Many of the older North Florida churches are mentionedand postage, by contacting St. Mark's Church, P.O. Box 487, Granada T Birdsat cune
clergy from some of them are pictured.The Starke FL 32091. All proceeds beyond publication costs will Fairmonts '
book will be offered to the Glory of God Sunday go to St. Mark's Church for historic preservation and in
August 1, during the service at 10 a.m. A reception will be restoration of the church buildings and their furnishings.
"Dealer Invoice"Our clA

. Wildfires., damage'-' 58000' acres in 1981 I -... Bp..;,

Wildfies damaged more than 58,000 Doyle Conner with support of forest would be used for strengthening the pT,
acres of state-owned land in last and other interests heavily dependentupon state firefighting force and for D
year's record wildfire season with the Division of Forestry for upgrading the training and equippingof J I wa
South Florida hearing the brunt of the rural fire protection, has asked the the estimated 500 rural fire departments cit
losses the Florida Division of court Legislature to Increase the Div! which also assist in providing
Forestry said recently.The sion budget some $7.8 million over rural fire protection throughout the n
state owns about 2.6 million original requests. The extra funds state. b
acres of land much of it acquired as
environmentally endangered and Corpsman James GraduatesNavy From Field Medical School 01C,
operated for outdoor recreation and
conservation purposes. Hospital Corpsman 1st Class training exercises, he studied fun- CIo
John Bethea, Director of the Divi- Michael R. James son of Mr. and damentals of battlefield survival and
sion of Forestry, said the 58,774 included Mrs. Ralph W. James of KOA Cam personal protective measures. 6''
only lands owned by the state pground, Starke was graduated from s,
government Additional thousands of Field Medical Service School. Me received instruction on basic a
acres were burned in South Florida in The five-week course at the Marine tactics and the use of weapons for
the large holdings. of the federal Corps Base Camp Pendleton Calif., self-defense. To graduate he was required 0d
governments. is designed to prepare Navy hospital to demonstrate basic proficiency 0c
"Damage varied greatly, accor corpsmen and dental technicians for in emergency medical techni- Entire Inventory of Trucks :
ding to the character and uses of the duty with Marine Corps combat units. ques, casualty evacuation field f
land that was buarned" said Bethea. During classroom instruction practical sanitation and preventive medicine f
"The wildfires were extremely applications periods and field procedures.

damaging in some environments suchas .- -- ---- on Special Sale 1N
the preservations for natural !mow r. _
stands of trees and other native
growth. In grasslands, the loss was 4x4's"Used" C
less. But in every case; the wildfires including
contributed to air pollution which environmentally t
sensitive parts of V
Florida can ill-afford." j d
Kecord.-i of the Forestry Division The annual harvest of an entire coffee tree i i.required for a single pound
showed that the southeast coastal Specials
region made up of Palm Beach 1
Broward and Dade counties had
25,000) acres of the burned land. The 1982 Lincoln 4 Door, black wired/ velour . $13,495 ,
Orlando area had about 15,000 acres .<
and the southwest sections around t
Fort Myers had about 5,000) acres

burned.Meanwhile, fires continued to breakout +o : loaded & $7995 J,
in other state-owned tracts in 1982 Cougar 4 door 11,000 miles economy. fl. "

January 1982. January fires on state- :

owned lands included nearly 1,000( P 1982 Chatwick 24x60By 1980 Ford Fairmont 4 door six cyl.! auto.. . '.' . . 4995
acres in the Jonathan Dickinson State
Park halfway between West Palm Fleetwood No. 5003 *3495

/Beach and Stuart; about 1,000 acres 1979 Ford Mustang 3 door . . . . . . ..' . .
in the Corbett Wildlife Management '

(100 Area' acrs Palm i nthe Beach Cecil County Webb, and Wildlife some A ..M 1979 Mercury XR7 Black/Black Roof . .,. .. ,,. .*. e. . *5895

Management area. Charlotte County, uhuri '
In late January 23.f()()() acres of dry 1981 Ford Escort"SS"16,000 miles. . . .'!J .; . 5895
lakcbottom in drought-stricken LakeOkeechobve

burned in large wildfires Ill WlUl -IH.. 4 Courier Pickups to Choose from' .
which finally menaced the lakeside .
town of Clewiston.A large subdivision ;.t ""'r'. '.

was ly 20 saved Forestry in a 12-hour Division battle firefighters by near- i 1976 Ford Torino 4 door air . . . [: .., .,:. ',." :". .*. $2095 f

and municipal and volunteer firemen. *

Most of th; large area consisted I of .#* 1973 Ford Wagon . . . . . . . !. ,, .>. 1! 995
winter l1ed grassland but sevral .
hundred wooded acres were burnedup :
o nthe southern rim of the lake Fireplace, total electric, deluxe 1975 Dodge Pickup ((4x4)). . . . . . . . . . . 1495
when the fire blown the
was over
earth dike by brisk winds. carpeting and furniture package,

Florida Agriculture Commissioner l house type front door, wood siding,

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