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: August 12, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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degree temperature reported Wednesday ,
Seasonal temperatures expected for Bradford County I 1 SINCE 1879 -
day, with above normal chances; of rain, but we can always Two S.c lon.
cooling off,period. At
Look for more widely scattered afternoon thunderstorms this ... . .. ... apa 1.7)
There were undoubtedly high records,of rainfall around the .. . .. .. s.'.Pag 4 f fi
some home-gauges, and the Forestry towers record these :. .. . .. ,Pago. ''I.*.
Friday, Aug,&through Sunday, Aug; 10; Santa Fe Tower *. . . .. ,iPogot i
ches fell Fridaywhile: Louis HilL tu Highland reported .47 for . . . .Pog.. 1012 r
period; Saturday, a mere .04 fell in the Louis Hill area with . . . . .',Pag. II
New River not reporting; Sunday was the BIG day for rainfall
Fe gauging 2.10 inches of rainfall, New River, 1.50 inches, and .
at Louis Hill I Monday, rainfall activity seemed to fall off some B>
River reporting 1.00 inch of rain, followed by Louis Hill with ; ... . . .Pago* 2.3 ,, Strawberries This Side Heqven
Tuesday, Aug. 10New River reported a total of 1.01 Inches, E>rlf*. . .Po... 10.4PagoiM
Hill reporting,05 inch of rain for the day. .. ,, . .. STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy :
Thursday August 12. 19112 USPS 062.700

.- Election Early Going QuietIn I _.0.- :

Candidates Say"It's I


so quiet I'm scared," says 123 new voters were registered for a
: ; _. 41 County Commissioner E.L. (Nook) total of 7,954 when books closed Satur-
'" Norman of his electioneering so far to day at 5 p.m. for the Sept. 7 primary.
keep his District 2 county post from It's a gain of 1,467 voters since the
.. : the hands, of challenger Les 1981 election. The supervisor of elec-
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:: Whitehead.The tions office registered 31 new voters
newcomer, Whitehead, says last Thursday, 43 Friday, and 49
the issues are mainly ditches and Saturday.The .
culverts in this time of wet weather. registration office in the cour-
Some people ask about the Santa Fe thouse remains open, but the name of
swamp peat mining proposal and a anyone registering after Aug. 7 will
\ few mention funding for the volunteerfire be kept off the voter list until the
departments, Whitehead says of general election Nov. 2.
'.. ff, ; his round in the western part of the Seven races are set for the Sept.
.. ........ county. in the county and the city of
I. 'j, ..... -4-.. ., ,.... Whitehead has been bothered by Primaries first primary is Sept.
W ,; it :.::1', '" .;;.t.- : I.-- : high blood pressure this past week, 14, a week later than the county and

.. Y .; .. .t'- '_ ..t'r_.'____ _.-_...._:)._:..- : ._.. .., r."'l1..wSf : and says Is he just is on now a diet getting and back weak.out, but state.All the big state offices from the
governor on down, the Dist 21 state
Bill Alderman challenging two- House post, and the Dist. 5 state
Are You Ready? Let's Get term Incumbent E.W. Hodges for his Senate post, and the U.S. House of

The new Bradford High cheerleaders and captain Sadie : District 4 commission seat, says he Representatives Distrct 2 post all
from camp and they're ready to kick off the Khandice Stroud .. gets asked about the same issues- have candidates running in the Sept. 7
season. road conditions, the swamp mining first primary.At .
Is just a month proposal by Georgia-Pacific, and the the local level the races are:

The girls are l-r-) Kneeling: 11 In Macclenny. For a fire departments. County commission: District 2, in-
Mashell Brown co-captain Donna Coach David llurse, turn Alderman, who owns Bradford cumbent E.L. (Nook) Norman and
Abstract, says he's going to make an newcomer Les Whitehead. District 4,
effort to door-to-door, despite the hot incumbent E.W. Hodges and
If I BHS Cheerleaders weather. He's already worked a little challenger Bill Alderman.
bit at Lawtey, around Heilbron Spr- School board: District incumbent
ings, the Griffis Loop area, the Arthur Gaskins and challenger Judy
and performed for the eastern part of Starke, and a little at Becker. In District 2, incumbent
It was hard work lasting until 9 p.m. every night, was they
fun, say the Bradford High cheerleaders who attended camp and Mrs.:Register talk'u Brooker. Patricia Spengler is challenged by
University of South Florida in in instruction and "It's sure hot out there," Ted Oglesby and Maxie Reddish.
Both squads JV and varsity, performed very well, says squads received superior Alderman, noting the door to says door District 5, incumbent and current
.'- ._. .Brown. .pe va; ywnd: ; three. superior and one excellent rrw'.a. skit demonstration of a campaigning will separate the men school board chairman J.T. Parrish is
1 won one superior ribbon and three excellent cheerleaders are; from the boys.Alderman challenged by Jerry Lawson. .
Both Bradford squads were awarded the Spirit Stick, an Simon Mitchell of Starke; he's been asked In the City of Starke, Group 1 commissioner
Mrs. D.W. Thornton of says Bob Milner is challengedby
.to squads displaying outstanding spirit and cooperation. ; about funding for the fire depart
Mrs. Alfred Johns of former police chief and body shop
knee ; ments more than else. His
Co-captain Donna Thornton injured her when she anything
Folson of Starke Kathy operator Bobby Biggs, and in Group
she jumped and is still on crutches this week. of Starke ; reply, Alderman says, is the firemen commissioner Travis Woods is again
Activity each day began at 7 a.m. with breakfast, followed of Lawtey Michelle; ) need funding but the amount needs to challenged by Starke apartment
and full of cheers chants ; be looked at. Alderman questions I
a day learning new pom pom of Graham Mashell owner Joe Williams. ,
Each ended with final and evaluation. whether property tax dollars is a
day a workshop proper
and Renee. Wimberly, Woods broke his back in a water 4|
source that should be used to fund
Attending were the varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders the volunteer firemen. skiing fall this week. See separate ar-
High, along with sponsors Barbara Brown and Kathy cheerleaders are: captain ticle.In.
driver Jackie Morrow The camp was conducted by Randolph, Tanja The firemen also have a respon the area recently have been state
Cheerleader Association.The Morrow, Stacey sibility to run a viable operation. All Senate candidate Bill Grant and
sponsors also attended workshops and learned a cheer, the dollars( in the world won't help if former Dist 5 state Senator Pete
the equipment is not there or the Skinner who is challenging Rep. Don ,
deparment is not operating Alder Fuqua for his Dist. 2 U.S. House seat.
I man notes. A group of supporters hosted Grantat
Real Estate Alive as On the mining of peat from the San- a fish fry Monday night at the homeof '...
ta Fe Swamp, Alderman says if thereis attorney Terry Brown.
going to be any damage to the Lt.Gov, Wayne Mixson made a
Area real estate dealings are doing ed the use of the fortunate that the good water system or dust from the mining whistle stop at the Bradford County
and operation, it should not be allowed to courthouse last week.
better than the state average which is Clark says he's been County
showing slow but steady Improve- stitution to close a us and rely on us. occur. Hopefully, Alderman said, The Bradford Education Association
ment, say three local realtors the twice in the past year. there will be a mining ordinance to has endorsed Rep. Frank
enthusiastic todayWhy Williams and Dist. 5 state Senate
guide the commission's actions by the candidate
Telegraph' talked to this week. to be worked out, but
to do it Clark the best people, the best time he takes office. Jim Crews.In .
Bradford realtors are blessed witha Cash,talks these says. and the best Alderm&n says he does not flatly the local school board races
market in which prices are lower Or estate. We are way approve or disapprove of the swamp BEA has endorsed Judy Becker and
than the state average, and that change must property.be surrounding us, says mining proposal. If mining is allowed, Jerry Lawson. All the candidateswere
helps, says Cecilia Terwillegar of owner it should be carried out first in a test invited to attend an interview
Terwillegar Realty. Mrs. Terwillegar note. compiled by the area. Permission should not be session and make a presentation last
says she s bad on statistics, but still "It's definitely a of Realtors show granted for the entire swamp to be Thursday night to BEA members.No .
knows the way to the bank. Clark says. of residential sales mined at the outset, he says. endorsement was made in the
Susan Faulkner of Faulkner Real- Miss Faulkner quarter this year was 4 Dist. 2 school board race In which in-
ty, supports Mrs. Terwillegar's op- ing has to be created, above the first quarter, Alderman lives within two miles of cumbent Pat Spengler is being
He sold of land
had still the the swamp. 479 acres educator
timism. Faulkner has more some per cent increase from challenged by Ted Oglesby
business the first half of 1982 than in FHA and VA loans are of last year to the near the swamp to J.D. Odom before and Maxie Reddish, assistant
all of 1981, Miss Faulkner says. cent right now, of 1982. the mining discussion really got maintenance supervisor at Florida
this week she started, he says, but owns more property State Prison. The
Business is a combination of people point year's second vote was so close
selling and moving into a larger home "Local real estate was down 34.6 where he lives. between Reddish and Mrs. Spenglerthat
and new people coming in, says Miss ing all the time, the second quarter of 1981. Handing out cards in front of Winn- no endorsement was made.A .
Faulkner. rates," says Miss number of single-family Dixie one day this week, Hodges debate is proposed in the Dist. 21
Philip Clark of Neighborhood Pro- Mrs. Terwillegar rose 4.7 percent in this echoed Norman's worries about the race for the Florida House. Candidate
perties, Inc. says sales are off comparatively which topped $1 quarter, but was still 34.4 quiet election. The quietness apparently Jerry Johnson has invited his op-
but "it's not too bad. Sales 1979 and 1981, has the below last year's level. is making the political ponents, incumbent Frank Williams,
are down, but there are still sales." listings now it has ever quarter sales of veterans more nervous than if a lot of Jack Mills, and Lee Drawdy, to a
tinue to sellthank / rose 10.3 issues were flying. debate next Wednesday, Aug. 18, at
Biggest difference in the local
he thinks the firemen 7:30: p.m. in the Orange Park town
Hodges says
market is that financing arrangements The firm is in the over the first quarter this
hall. Johnson said Mills and Williams
valuable service but that
perform a ,
transactions now, lagged some 24.8
often do not include a lending -
the level of sales from the county cannot afford $1 million to have accepted, but Drawdy's cam
institution, such as a bank or says.
said he would not attend but not
"My grandfather June 1981. fund the volunteers. He opposes the
savings &: loan association. Interest
rates of 15.5 to 17.5 percent have slow- service first and the dollar volume of Santa Fe swamp mining proposal. to accept that answer as final.

I Only One Political at Football Stadium .

The local political will be broken stages its first and by county candidates, plus five members-at-large for a totalof Hobbs, 8A; and Ann Schulz, member- :
Saturday, Aug. 28, when the Bradford 1982 campaign at the last. Each 45 members instead of the present at-large to succeed Curtis Sanders, '
Democratic Committee stadium.. allowed five minutes to get ,35. resigned.
County across. Vacancies still exist in 8B (man);
rally was originally planned New members were appointed in lOB (woman); 12B (woman); 15B
At a meeting held Aug. 27, but was several new precincts Monday night, (man) and 15B (woman).
committee agreed to due to a conflict with a including Drew Reddish in Pct. 4 to Any registered Democrat wishing
Starke candidates Family Night football replace George H. Pierce, who to serve on the committee may have
although they run in details of the rally resigned after his appointment as his or her name placed in nomination
election. Candidates next week. county judge; Robert S. (Bob) to fill a vacancy by calling E.L. Mat-
alphabetical order by members were Mullins, Pct. 12B; Jo Ella thews, chairman, at 964-6305 or
I I .' ting with state night to fill vacancies 9B; Richard Dugger 10B; Gladys 5332075.

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.... J Under Itself' Will Study New Charter .

Due to pressure made by Councilman have to be held for the city to vote on was given to the fire department with
Hampton City Council the council dropped the charter.Notices have to be posted the stipulation that the city. could use
< day night Aug. 10, to the new charter and i and two more public readings have to it in case of em -aencies.
I MONO Y. AapliIRAQ vote to keep the old city the present one with be made before the charter can be 'Attentlon to the fact
OR0 SCHOOl BOARD start work on from Chairman John Evans finalized. There is not enough time for was brought
I MEETING: 7 pM proposed city charter Ulysses Woods. 'the legal process for it to voted on in' that the city for was four billed by Bradford
ty Attorney Mary the old charter came from the upcoming town election Tuesday County Maintenanceman John stop Crawford signs that
TUEiPAV.AMa.tr During last month's Ted Curtis- .Sept. 14. got
to replace part of the 18 stop signs
STARKI COUNCIL MEETING cilwoman Jane In other council action: knocked down vandals.
7PM that the council keep :Tuesday night't meeting by
.._ -- which has been in effect said that due to citizens An old police car owned by the city (See Charter.... P.2A)

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Page ZA TEI.EGKAPH August 12. 1982

Rep.: 'Skip Bafalis Makes Whistle Stop" in Starke

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U. I). Representative "Skip" clerks. established himself as a man with the anti-crime laws.: He favors longer
Bafalis visited Starke on a threedaytour "How do you pronounce your last enthusiasm and effectiveness to get prison sentences more mandatory '
of 16 North Florida towns. name?" he was asked time after the job done. He says he has been in prison sentences less: parole and pro- tJSr + 1 1A 1l L
Bafalis said there is a basic time. the forefront of efforts to restore bation of convicted felons and a
philosophical difference between "If you can say Alice you can say fiscal sanity at all levels of government stronger bail system.
himself and Gov Bob Graham. Bafalis," he answered. "Don't skip provide tax relief and fight The Fort Myers Beach candidatesaid :. ,'. ,-
Bafalis,a Republican who has served Skip" crime. Graham mishandled the Cuban. .,.
in the U. S. House of Representatives "Bafalis. is that with two f s?" ask- Throughout his 10 years in Con- Haitian refugee crisis by merely requesting ,
for the past 10 years,said that, ed Frances Strube."I gress, Bafalla has fought for reduced federal funds for food and t''
unlike Graham, he favors"less taxes, knew there was somebody we taxes, less government regulationand shelter. "Maybe he couldn't have ,t.p
less government and less regulationover forgot to put on the ballot," teased preservation of our natural :stopped what President Carter was
our lives. Neva Flynn, Bradford County Super- resources-all with an eye on protec- doing, but he could have objected
"Hil I I'm Skip Bafalis and I'm runn- visor of Elections. ting individual rights while practicing: strongly The refugee situation should
ing for governor," he announced time Bafalis cannot spend too much timeon fiscal conservatism. He feels he is never have happened"
after time in a booming baritone as he his name for he is the first to admithe unlike Graham in this regard. According to Bafalis, when the-
went through restaurants and the is not known in North Florida.As Democrats as well as the Republicansget
courthouse, grabbing the hands of a state legislator, then as a Like Graham, Bafalis said he sup- to know my philosophy they will
surprised secretaries, sheriff and United States Con rpc..m.n ho has ports the death penalty and tough vote for Skip Bdfalis.

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Hampton Election Set for Sept. 14A 1 t1 "i.'.I,\{!"' '.:."..'.-t.. "", ''
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four way race for two city council Hall, husband of City Clerk Jane
posts and a two man race for mayorof Hall ran last year but did not win the Bafalis Blitz..

Hampton is set for Sept. 14 ele tion. He is a refrigerator U.S. Rep. Skip Bafalis, right, Republican candidate lot governor from
Gordon Wadsworth, a former city mechanic at the University of Foi I Myers Beach, makes his pitch to barber Carlos Johnson as N.L. Wood-
clerk, and present city council chair. Florida. burn looks on In Johnson's City Barber Shop on downtown Call Street.
man John Evans are running for Fred Phillips, Jr., also put in a bid Bafalis spent some two hours In Starke, going through the courthouse and
mayor Current Mayor Hank Lott last year for a cou\cilseat,but movedto walking down Call Strtet.fP .
will not seek re-election. Wadsworth Texas before the election and did
made an unsuccessful attempt for the not have time to withdraw from the
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mayor position in 1977. race.
Charles Hall, Fred Phillips, Roy Roy Roark is a carpenter and has
Roark, and Lola Williamson are all plans to open a business in Hampton ReElect
running for the two year term council in the future.
seats. The two with the most votes Lola Williamson has four years ex-
will fill the scats. perience on the council, but has been
Present councilman Ted Curtis not inactive for a year. At the present she J.T.
seeking re-election and John Evans is involved with running the fire ;
v, i running for mayor leaves the two 'department She also attends most
council seats open. council meetings.The r :
town marshal position will be P:1,1: : ParrIsh.

Cancer Crusade filled nposition.by John Present Hodge Town, who Marshall drew no .

Needs Only $300: MoreThe Richard Simmons did not qualify for
the election. Simmons was appointed
1982 Cancer Crusade needs only by the council to fill the position until ,
$500 more to reachs its quota of$8,000, the election. .
after gaining $300 in donations in the New members of the city govern- :i.' : ,:' SCHOOL
past week ment will be sworn in Wednesday,
The drive has only 12 days to go; it Sept. 15, the day after the election. "; BOARD
ends Aug. 20. ,
A Good Day's Work... .
"If you have been planning to maila .: ,-'.\.!
Local resident! donated 6H pints of blood Tuesday when the bloodmobilefrom check, please sent it today," says -
the Civitan Regional Blood Center In Gainesville spent a day at the Miss Lillian Stump, chairwoman of THE BRADFORD District 5
Chamber of Commerce in Starke. the Crusade. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
"It's a real good day's work" said a lady from the Blood Center In Checks can be mailed in care of Published
Galnesvile when asked how she rated the amount of blood given by loral Miss Lillian Stump, American Cancer every Thursdayat
residents, such as Marianna Cooney, above. Mrs. Cooney's husband Harry, Society, 1199 Bessent Road, Starke, 135 W. Call Street S 8 Years Served on School BoardS
and son, Daniel, were giving at the same time. Another son, Mike, donated FL 32091. Starke, Florida 32091
I earlier In the day. Has Two School Age Children

The four employees In the bloodmobile Lisa Wentworth Melba Adams, Basket Weaving Class Second Class postage paid at
Jerri Mathis and Janet Keith, Starke, FloridaSubscription Property Owner
were kept busy as bees the entire day. They Taxpayer
went to lunch from 1-2, people kept coming and Mrs. Muriel Wilson of the Set by City Rec Dept.
Chamber had to ask them to come back later. The bloodmobile did not get Instruction in weaving an Appalachian Rates:
away until after 5 p.m., an hour later than usual. melon basket will be given In-trade area: $10.00 per year
Hercules employees donated 15 pints of blood when the bloodmobile madean for three weeks starting Sept 14 and $5.50 six months
early morning stop there. Donating at Hercules' were William Bresee, 15 by the Starke Recreation Depart- Dedicated Concerned
Raymond Austin, Jeff Miller, Max Tomnlinson, Williams Wentz, Pat Haney, ment. Outside trade area: $11.00 per year
Tillman Richardson, Carol Bresselllen, Olie Shappard, Don Davis, Gary Instructor will be Georgann Horton. .$6.00 six months KMRMT' PO POL ADV
Stephens Lamar Johnson, Ronnie Kirkland. Two sets of three-hour" sessions will
Blood donors at the Chamber were Ronnie J. Tyler, Mike Cooney, Linda be offt'red.one beginning Tuesday
Bowen Dolph Reddish Joseph Cot Kenneth Grider, Stacy Prigmore, night Sept. 14, end the
Wayne Curtis R.H. nil Lon Bevlll. Todd Caldwell, Vicky Rosier Jerry other beginning Wednesday'; S4>pt. 15,
Thompson, Kathy Newman Henry Ifarrell. Richard Thomas, Elmo G. from 9 am. until noon. ,Clas! Alderman Wm. Alderman, Faye Lackey Brenda Fertig, Lee Sparks, last approximately three weeks.A .
Eugene M Gus Kopelousos, Ernest Triest Jr., Daniel Cooney, Harry Cooney, to pay for materials, *
Marianna Cooney, Susan Edwards, Helen Murphy, Linda Markman Steve Interested persons can pre-register ,Wi'v;: : r '
Futch, Sandra Harley Cheryl Garrison Donna Brantley, Richard St.John. '
through Friday, Sept. 10, in the i i; : I: *;
Marie Wynn, Patsy Lawson, AI Crosby, Henry Hodge, James O'Brlan. Recreation Dept. office in the old ar- *
Mathew Griffis, Irene Wainwright Norman Redding, Douglas Hardy, Joy mory on N. Temple Ave, from 830;
St.John Bonnie Taylor. a.m. until _noon. and 15 p.m.

I Brooker Council Advised to Let Charter Wait

storage system attriple

After handing out a copy of a proposed tank and a large tree removed. The sons to make offers on it.
new town charter City Attorney tank and the tree are in the way cf access -
Roger C. Blinn recommended to to the new water tower recently lo V9VIU3 B ,vs
Thompson mentioned that the road
Brooker City Council, Thursday, built for the town. Bids for the job will
the needs
Handy-way Store to the ]
August 5, to concentrate on gettingthe be taken at the next regular meeting, be repaired.C. saving ..ebylW$9y1U
budget worked out and plan on ad- Sept. 14.
justing and approving the charter in .5 mill '
October -It was agreed to pay Davis Monk, J. Starling said efforts were be- 5 ) I .!tnuJ: molt
Council Chairman Joe Thompson and Farnsworth, accountants from ing made to hav3 some Jimerock put Pe sly To Assemble I wioi :tin iItr J:Ir m inil. .,atria bsloubnoFURNITUREEtY : -
then suggested that they follow Starke, $1,000 audit fee for this and down over some dirt roads that are in tar ila J 11J-fo:! :11blJ'IfI ed!'

i! Blinn's recommendation and the rest the upcoming year. bad shape, by Bradford County; foremost jaUi ,looih2,, I If'JKt 18 lnrrIII
of the council agreed to look over the maintenance. y ;, v-11a4 '
new charter and start working on it Payment of$2,505 was made to the
later in the year and have it ready for Farmers Home Administration for fto",-\(>l
the 1983 Feburary election.In the water tower loan. Discussed locating parts for the Lola\ [
town's fire truck that have been lost p.sine!
other actionA The council decided to put a riding in transit from Texas. Thompson said v i aslonP
lawn mower owned by the city up for that the parts should be in by this
decision was made to open for sale. The mower will be sitting out- week.
bids to have an old 2,000 gallon water side of the city hall for interested per-

I 300 Students Still Need to be Immunized SS L __ >(IqinJurJ IS>8i i i

place in Starke that gives Immuniza- _
Bradford County Health Department
Some 300 students in Bradford tions. Mrs. Riherd pointed out that
or shown proof they have been immunized -
County are still not going to be able to even if a doctor gives an immunization -
start school legally because they have elsewhere, according Coun- a slip still has to be picked up
ty Health Nursing Supervisor Joyce
not had their immunizations from the Riherd. from the Health Dept., taken to the
doctor to fill out, and then taken to the gL1!
school when registering. Presently
Charter. Florida law requires that all there are no doctors in Starke ad- .
.. students, or all grades through high ministering immunizations.The .
school entering school for the 1962-83,
(From Page 1A) be fully immunized against polio, dip- shots and drops are being givenat I Iw
Efforts will be stepped up to get theria, pertussis, tetanus (DPT) and the Health Department on {
limerock put down on several streets measles, mumps, and Rubella Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. '
I that are in bad condition in the city. (MMR). Students that are just star- to 3 p.m.. There.is no charge for the .
ting, re-entering, or transferring to a procedure.! t \\
Council was informed by Attorney school in Florida are all subject to the School starts Aug. 30, in just two 1" I,
Mary Marshall that it should know by requirement. weeks, so there are just four days left :'
I September wether a grant applied for In which to be immunized at the coun- : .5 ,, ,
to make improvments In the city for ty Health Department. 5 ::1 > .
senior citizens from the EEOC.A August 1, was the deadline for the vjj
shots, but according to Mrs. Riherd Mrs: Riherd also pointed out that ;
I proposed city budget meeting there was just no way to get that done. Florida Is one of the most strick states
was set for Tuesday,Sept.7,at 7 p.m.. The Health Department is the ,only about the immunizations for school.

,j Authority for collecting water bill "
rests with the city clerk.
payments Starke Christian School 1.jj you save 2. you save 3. you save
Chairman Evans made a suggestion -
j You uv on stop d.llv.ry You save on ftetory labor You....dlr freight
to begin building projects such as Beginning Our 6th Year ... tok 'ltwltliyoul rates actcmbllng ooatawhlch.neolsae
volleyball courts, tennis courts, and H yoursvlf I than ai..mbl.d pleat
,j: shuffle board surfaces at the city Quality Education
park. This was suggested to give the All 3 pieces In 279.00 ,Assembled
-: adults in the community something to Christian Atmosphere Heritage Oak finish

", do at the park.It Accelerated Curriculum : These handsomely designed library units

have a warm country look you'll lover
'the fire
was announced It's' fact!
A There's plenty of storage area In the ,
1 department will be having a Accepting Applications
I :" cookout August 28, starting at You Can.:po Better At Denmark's. ', drop-Ild unit, open unit! and double door
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,'. ,i \,I ;"'f ./;' Department Initiates Safety.. ..

:' m'I" continuing lire safety programhas booklets, folders, posters, brochures, financially supported by local citizens
I" been initiated by the Starke Fire'' and films are made available to en- and business leaders, whose foresightand J
,, gun dJ Department to provide children here! courage the prevention of destructivefires wisdom enable them to recognizethe
with educator-approved materialsand painful burns, disfiguring injuries need for early training in fire I
services made available by the and needless death. prevention."It .
National Fire Safety Council. The is headed
program up by is
only through the relentless
Starke Fire Chief Robert Lewis and
The comprehensive program aimedat Barbara Sanchez of the National Fire and united effort of teachers, parents, '
children and
children of specific age levels includes Safety Council. town people
that unwanted
fire safety guide books which "We are setting up the annual fire fires can be
ri contain 24 activity pages that have safety program for the parents and prevented, says Lewis. _____'
been designed by educators to children of our community," says This program is the only one en-
stimulate the child's awareness and Chief Lewis. dorsed by the Starke Fire Depart
independent thinking about the every- Lewis pointed out that the depart ment. If contacted by another,
day fire hazards he encounters. In ad- ment's special fire safety educational organization phone the Fire Depart-
1 dition, various other fire safety program of materials and services is ment, 964-7110, Chief Lewis asks.

No Customer Protests Higher Phone Rates_ I

Only, Opposition Comes Comes From State PSC I
,., H" nu customer ot Continental Lawtey and Kingsley Lake. The other does their best to make repairs but
Telephone Company came forward to area includes Marianna and Green- often there is little they can do
.... protest the proposed rate Increase wood and will be the hardest hit by the because of the poor equipment they
which would amount to approximately proposed rate increase. have.
( : :r ,: 50 cents per month for the residen- The increase requested from both According to Mrs. Starling it
f ." ."',':'." tial one-party line.A areas is $1,038,494. Of this increase doesn't take a heavy rain storm to
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.' r. '"' ... s $307,000 would come from local exchange knock her phone out, any water in the
--.e; ;;;e'- public hearing given by the rate increases, with $294,000 ground will do it. She now has Touch-
I Firemen are helping the new National Safety program get started.In Starke. They are from Biggs. the petition of Continental customers.To calls just do not go through in a hurry
Telephone Company of the South- the local customer the increase in Lawtey. Quite often she cannot geta
Florida was held August 10 at the amounts to about 50 cents per line in to Starke at all.
Starke City Hall. customer for a one-party line which is The worse possible thing to happento
I The panel from the Commissionsaid added to the phone charge. Your bill a business person is for a caller to
Wildfires Under Better Control In 1982Wildfires they could not go along with proposed would be $8.10 plus $2 for the phone receive "a non working number"
rates and charges while produce charge or a total charge of $10.10 per when they dial the business. Mrs.
additional annual revenues of month. Starling says this happens all the time

declined 61 percent, from crease its fire fighting capability, and and basic brush fire suppression. In $1,038,494.The During the scheduled time only two when people call her number.
270 fires in fiscal 1980-81 to 104 for received some $5 million of the request this program military surplus trucks, Commission feels the 11.2 rate customers came forth to be heard. The commission asked for a followup
fiscal 81-82, District Forester A.G. McCullers stated. tanks, pumps are leased to depart- of return on the company's Invest- report concerning the problems of
McCullers reported Monday Aug. 2, ments for their conversion into brush ment is excessive.A Mrs. Janet Starling of Lawtey who the Starling business phone.
to. the Bradford County Commission. To Bradford County that means the fire suppression equipment by the lawyer from Tallahassee has a business phone and a residential The only other customer to be heard
Dry 1980-81 was a disastrous year three fire towers will be manned Division of Forestry. Also, some representing the company, presentedthe phone, maintains her complaint is not was J. E. Tomlinson, President of
for fires experienced over most of the fulltime. The towers are at Highlandthe military surplus trucks and old but new rate structure requested by with the increase which will not makeor Florida Bank at Starke. Mr. Tomlinson -
state, McCullers said. ( Louis Hill tower), at Hampton still serviceable tandem wheeled the company.Continental. break her but the deplorable equipment spoke in favor of the newly installed -
Acres burned declined from 2,073 in (the Santa Fe tower), and at the local transport trucks are rebuilt and services two areas in used in the Lawtey area. system in the bank which was purchased -
80-81 to 625 in 81-82, McCullers Division of Forestry headquarters on transfered into first rate trucks at a north Florida one of which is Starke, Mrs. Starling said the local office from Continental.
reported in his annual fire control SR-100 west of Starke (the New River fraction of the cost of new units. Local
report. The number of plowing requests tower). The Division is looking for fire departments are charged only for
declined from 70 to 44, the parttime personnel to man the towerson the cost of materials.A .
hours of fireline plowing declined weekends, and when regular
from 53 to 30, notices of unlawful burning employees are sick or on vacation, completely new 12-hour brush fire DRAWDY
declined from 57 to 29. McCullers said. suppression training course is also t
provided to fire departmemnts upon'
Burning authorization requests In- The will
parttime jobs pay some .
creased from 711 in 80-81 to 1,165 in $2,000 per year each, McCullers said, request.In the new fire control Improve- k> The Leadership to provide
81-82. and he wants to fill the positions by
ment this the
package approved year,
For the second straght year the September. He asked the commis- Gainesville District; will receive dur- Effective Representation
Division of Forestry is offering a sioners to refer any candidates they fiscal the .
ing following:
prescribed burning in whichit
program can think of,
will control burn acreages of lan- If the county wants more used fire -3 tower positions at Micanopy, San Lee Drawdy Has Proven Leadership Ability. Leaders get things done.
downers for $3.50 their acre to improvethe trucks converted for its volunteer stations Mateo and Palatka. ,. Lee Drawdy has been a leader his life.
condition of forests. Due to the Division of Forestry needsto .1 forest ranger position, Clay County Commission, 1974-82;Chairman 1976. 1981.
low demand for burning requests only have requests for the vehicles, Mc- Gainesville. Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council;Chairman 1979. 1980, 1981.i .
two prescribed burns were done last Cullers said. But, the district forester -1 airplane pilot position, i Metropolitan Planning Organization;Governor's Appointee. 1975-Present.
year for a total of 43 acres.If added, his district does not receive as Gainesville. ." Private Industry Council of Florida,Governor's Appointee,1979-Present
time permits, which means if many used trucks as before. Since -1 D-6 tractor unit complete with \ State Association of County Commissioners Past Chairman of Ways and Means
time from fire fighting will be Alabama and other states have transport truck. Committee;Board of Directors 1976-Present.
available, the Division of Forestry become more involved there are Three 125-gallon: water tanks com- Lee will Effective
Drawdy provide Representation. The recently
wants to do more control burning in fewer trucks for Florida, McCullers plete with pumps.
Senate and
adopted House redistricting plans clearly Indicate why more effective
fiscal 82-83, McCullers told the
com said. $21,440 to the
provide supplemental -
representation Is needed to protect and promote the Interests of the citizens of Bradford ;!-
mission. But his district has few for tower in which Bradford
requests manning ,Clay,and St.Johns countIes.Lee Drawdy will:
80-81 was a bad fire season, McSi"CnlleTrtDldtheirommissionenr.4We"- trucks If the wants will
-trucks'irneeds-tcrreqw-sf now. : commission them Mc:"r County. ......1',.,... receive 11"' ..assistance.- -. .. Represent all the citizens of Bradford,Clay, and St.Johns,not just those in Dist 21
Fight tor a fair share of Stale funds
/=* "*were slipping back, slipping back ......Cullers' satdj ,.,-:T;;,. .t '-;"y .J"' :,:' .1' ".Nine fulltime employees are assign- t\t ,, .. .Ba accessible: and listen to the needs Qt the cozens In pur area .
ywr.'v: a. the firefighting"rrcapatollltydechned -- .Mort4t 1151111 t dthe d-tH 'radfortl the Division l -
; McCullers' told" si gaR}d' capacity Fastack '1''u"0f' t4 resry.; The County>'anrraarT by >ayroll1f6r J Ifiw a', ., r l ,', ,corfduct C Ontlnuethehigh! Ven'dered' dUring stangprdofrniegrityt,8thicsand!the last' 10 years!! of. public service.professional: ,,treisui&r;.Fd.Pol.Adv.Padlarb.N. Wayne'AllahDRAWDY y ..

= the county commission. truck received by Theressa, would 1981.82 was $96,486. Bradford Coun- ... .
-r= After disastrous 1980-81, the Divi- much improve the response time of ty's share of that cost was $4,011 : ;tJi',1i 'A: ,:, .- .I"l
jrsr: sion of Forestry requested $7.8 Bradford fire departments. said Com-. calculated at three cents per acre according '' 't."'i" .. '" I'' I: ': I It
::::::::. million from the state to hire more mission E.W, Hodges. to an agreement the county ;:.:. :.'.-;, ,,, .. ," ,,' we $I6J" I' 7 aNi',
a men and buy more equipment to in- Since the mid-1960's the Division of entered into May 29, 1957 with the old '.stAtEt.AE'p'f3eSENTA11VE '
departments with leased equipment Forestry has been assisting fire Florida Forest Service. .. L
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I I County Forester Helped Out 75 Land Owners .- -- -. ---

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'.. ,)'''Conducted two Arbor uay presen- 75 land owners and agencies were was involved in were:
::?;fj'Nations. at local schools. assisted by the Bradford County Assisting landowners in plantingover service trademarkof
-si!t)''i'r': Updated the "Commodity Drain forester during 1981.82 the Bradford 200 acres into pine production. Community : a
.:::::. Survey," a survey of wood product County Commission was told -Mon- Assisted a local seedling give-
"consumption and utilization in Brad' day, Aug. 2; by Forester David W.Norto. away in which over 2,000 were utilized
ford County. rF \.: for planting in Bradford County by the Fortune team.
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F'd. .:.).. _
'*Updated the "Florida Wood-Using "" the Starke Woman's Club.
*;.I:\dustries Directory," specific to Ten landowners wererassisted for Trained students of the local FFA
1': Bradford County. the first time. Eleven management chapters for the Forestry Field Dayin
three demonstrations plans for 604 acres were prepared In October. "
51to.\fthe S Bradford-Union Vocational- the county. Incidental assistance such Worked 150 hours in fire control What a savings and loan does

Technical School, displaying current-;In9 office' visits, telephone conversa- activities. best is help families achieve the
f ctivitlesJ r" ". .ti5ns/) > and shade tree requests Constructed an exhibit for the ; .
numbered 214 during 81-82, about theaamr > their
Iforestry Bradford County Fair. 'I h', American dream-owning
"" David" number as the !previous. year. in technical '
Norton will con- t 'Enrolled training ; '. .. home. We've had better
sa&tinde to be"available to the residents, The county forester'also'assisted in courses and seminars throughout the own never
!=Svirganlzatlonsrv'apdrgovernmentaiygjfeencles of$21,000; of.t forest pro- year for professional improvement. housing than we have in north
!ffittnin! ,. the county I for ducts.a0.Wgi u prpylding.technical Assisted In the annual Forestry
S forestry (assistance,, (Goals 'set' -lorrr assistance to landow erJI' who Training Camp at O'Leon State Park. central Florida right now, and
-"1982-83 are:" ', qualified for'' and 'received, federal Conducted prescribed burning + I've been here all life."
=: ,.",Recontact all landowners 'whose, cost-share monies; !$" VTft assistance for landowners seekingthis living my
p=;, "case records have been inactive five, Other, activities thejpountyyorester' type of service.. _
sb ..years or.longer, for.possible.future:! ,
iTlT": asSUltance.\"ir-( \ *%,3 -. .v. Stephen G. Denmark
:= "Implement the ''Pine InitiativePrbgram'an i
== : Bradford County,which Member
t.= encourage*/private landowners.to
plant idle 'acreage into' ,pine.produc- r r, Experiencecounts. Fortune Federal
lion. ,
North Florida
r:: Continue 'promotion and
::.t assistance' to landowners' desiring Board
E: prescribed burning.. . : Advisory
= Remain ul>'to-date with current
.*-: .Umber taxation legislation, therefore,
3: providing landowners with maximum
rr benefit from timber sales. ryr Re-Elect G
S Continue to provide assistance to
:; landowners who develop insect called "S.G.:' who knows
:.: disease problems. Stephen G. Denmark, who's by nearly everyone

=: Develop and carry out a seedling him, and that includes most of the folks in Bradford and neighboring
:: sale for homeowners in Bradford i +
57 County to be coordinated through the counties, is the owner of Denmark Furniture. His store is located just to the

=rr: Starke Continue Woman's to provide Club. assistance toss west of Fortune Federal's office on West Madison Street in Starke. S.Gs:

the Beautification Committee in promotion been active in the Chamber of Commerce and is a past commander of
= of street tree plantings in the PAT SPENGLER
si- Starke area."Continue. : American Legion Post 56. He's one of the original incorporators of SantaFe

= news articles to keep the S.G. served the community college's board of
55 public informed of forestry related Community College.

'= 'events, research, and developments.' District 2 School Board trustees for 13 years including a term as chairman. When S.G. Denmark is
5: Provide assistance to schools on
E career day programs. .0', a member of your team, you're going to help keep the American dreamof
SS .'Continue the Division's participa-
E Hon In local environmental problems I Received; the Distinguished Service home ownership going strong.
ss and decisions. '
Award from the Bradford County
5 Purpose of the Cooperative Forest
..: Management Project,operated under Chamber of Cprrfmerce
E. the Cooperative Forest Management '. I
E Act of 1950, la to assist .small 'lanes I 'Active' in' Chur &'Civic AffairsFor
downers in managing their forest '

5 lands conditions, based and on owner's analysis of desires woodland for. '.. ,the, past 8 'years,; very active on the FORTUNEFcbcERAL", J.Il! :: .

Er optimum productivity while,conserv-:' Bradford l riylScbo '_Board .
e ing the landBradford :,, ,' StoriXe Office:

== 83-83" to be .serviced'"-UUIItywill: by ,,one continue'In fullUme' a' Served on the Board. -of... Directors' Sayings pnd Loan Association 095 w. Madison 9 4- OOO

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.4. Reader Objects to Restocking 'Private Lake; Wants. Public Ramp" on Kingsley

Dear Editor, agencies respond in the manner they viding resources from the public and in True, the writer does own property tional Guard installation, in use on a
I read with interest and disgust do. They are used to being funded bya funds for citizens on a private lake. replyIt's on Kingsley Lake and is naturally 'year-round basis now, Kingsley
both editorials in your Aug. 9 issue.In general tax fund which is mandated concerned with use, public or Lake is rapidly approaching, or
one you say let yourself be heard.I and not funded by cause or Why over the years has The always open season on editors, private, that might contribute to fur- perhaps has already reached, the
find this approach very encouraging purpose. They don't have to respond Telegraph not pursued the fact that as well as politicians, so we have no ther deterioration of the water quality full load it can carry. Further
and wish this could truly be the because they are funded separateand only those able to pay or either reason not to publish Mr. Johns' letter of the lake, which may have beena development would result In evet
case. A recent quote from Senator apart from cause or need.These belong to the National Guard have Indeed, we are pleased to do so,
in the fish kill. Every and
factor July rapid pollution deiyriidtion -
it all been afforded access to the lake? more
answered ,
George KirkpatrIck agencies were supposedly created to for it is always gratifying to find a of its waters than it is already
though, when he explained the protect the public but have acceptedthe Why,if your interest in this matterisn't reader who is concerned enough to being experienced
vulnerability of our elected officials role of serving those who created strictly and absolutely self- take the time and trouble to compli- No Property As for Mr Johns' feeling that the
who shape their vote and decisionsby them and not those who fund them ment or criticize anything
Political serving, don't you initiate a drive to Appears AvailableFor public has no voice and no way to
pressure groups such as by "Public Tax in our editorial column. With so
see that the "public" is afforded the make itself heard, he has
Action Committees. So much for letting much public apathy around it is ParkRampbody
benefits they are providing for his letter to the
be heard. You as editor All of the above leads to the point I you. demonstrated by
yourself good to see any evidence of intereston
would like make. that the public does indeed
to Your con'ernfor < the part of readers, pro or con. of water is subject to over
forum if it is concerned
the fish kill on Kingsley Lake is have\ a
Officials Shape well taken. I would like to see a Agencies IgnoreComplaints In regard to the restocking of foot population of shoreline and over-use.on half With of every its enough to take advantage of It. Tltr
Votes to water study analysis for content and Made Kingsley Lake by the Game and Telegraph gladly publishes all letters
Satisfy occupied by private
purity. Indeed, if there is outside Fresh Water Fish Commission (not perimeter whether we agree with the
Political Action Groupsof pollution which caused this, I would By Man in StreetWhy the Department of Natural homes, many of them on 40 or 50 foot views expressed or not. The onlyrestrictions
lots; two public beaches! and campgrounds
like to see the cause stopped even if Resources>, this is a long-time in are that they be signed
it meant building a sewage treat- policy of the Game Commission that by the writer (names withheld on request -
the local newspaper have a ment plant at the expense of the don't you see that an effort is has been going on for many years thousands of visitors every ) and do not violate the laws of
made weekend and the other half of its
to provide State Park and ;
to the public and a a
citizens of the Kingsley Lake not only in Kmglsey, but also in llbel- E.L. Matthews
Public Boat ? The is shore a part of the ever-growing Na-
golden opportunity to see that the Assocation.The Ramp public several lakes in the Camp Blanding
public is informed on the issues and aware that there are acres of land Wildlife Management Area, as wellas
also could see that the politician be one thing that really disgustsme next to Kingsley Village that could others in this area. It has been
informed as to the true feelings of and several other people is that if be used for this purpose.I stocked with some varieties for -
the general public by conducting a you at Tile Telegraph were truly :
don't expect you to do this and many years,and with Sunshine Bassin
straw ballot or possibly conducting a concerned with the feelings and certainly don't expect you to publish the last few years, not at the request -
telethon on important issues. So rights of the general public, then this letter in your paper, but I did of the Kingsley Lake Property DfFI1S
much for letting yourself be heard. why didn't you do any editorials want you to be aware that not Owners Association nor the State Ar-

The next editorial, "Exercise in against the Department of Natural everyone is ignorant of the mory Board.According. '
reflects the Resources for stocking Kingsley hypocrisy that exists with con- YOU
Futility prime reason your LEAVE 1
to the Lake City officeof
why the average citizen makes no Lake with hybrid Sunshine Bass at cern for Kinglsey Lake.I the Game Commission they con-

attempt to obtain a response from an "public" expense while there is no truly wish there was a way to sider Kingsley a "public lake"
elected official. The average citizen 'public" access so the fish can be 'Let Yourself Be Heard." because the general public bar, access : : ALUffltun4
has neither the time nor the harvested? Why is there no outcry Edwin Johns even though a fee is paid to ,
resources to pursue an Issue. That is from The Telegraph that there was Rt. 3, Starke launch a boat. According to fish:
the reason these state and local possibly a misuse of funds for pro biologist Jerry Krummrich, they FiEr *

stock Kingsley because they con-

.. sider it a good lake for this purpose _
: .. : and Sunshine bass (which do not
: :frififitm ..(DT\ ( : reproduce naturally) do well in its
:: .o' / \ (1"1.,is' ; .,; waters.
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J. i '. .,..'< ', .. ,.:. Kingsley is not "closed" to the

. ". .. '' public, nor has it ever been,
although the public,just like private

i property owners, must go to a com-
mercial boat ramp to launch their -
\j ij Bafalls Embraces .Reaganomics boats, or have access through the Bradford
National Guard to the launching GUESS WHO County youngsters were

facilities on the reservation. Due to In there pitching during World War II

i\ It has worked so well (?) other fat cats of industry mining, and energy; output, the the lake steeply, most sloping, if not terraine all private around property when the call went out for collection of scrap.

', for Ronald Reagan that along the artichoke and filet fell seven-tenths of one per- owners, must pay for the At top, Joe Monteith and Betty Ann Flynn (now Betty Ann

Republican aspirant to the mignon luncheon circuit.It cent in June the tenth privilege of using a boat ramp,when Phillips) are bringing in a bushel basket of old aluminum pots

//i Governor's office, L.A. may have got Mr. decline in the last 11 months. out they of need the lake.Game to move. their boats in or and pans. '

(Skip) Bafalis, is barnstorming Reagan elected President, Meanwhile the is
North Florida on an but
it won't get Mr. Bafalis back into
falling double-digit
economic platform tailored elected
Governor of Florida. Commission
inflation while the numberof

.t. and after black the tie GOP"trickle ruffled-shirt down" Mr..Bafalis, like President working, Americans drops, Regards KingsleyAs County AgentsNotebook By ,

theory. Reagan, has also seized upOn and economists tell us thatI. Public Lake I
BobbyTaylor &

I. Steel Buyers See Industry in 'Depression Even we wanted to do so, it ,
: would be another "Exercise in
Futility" to advocate a State Park .. .. .... 4.,' ht
i (Note: Heads are from current issue of Wall St. Journal, and Public Boat Ramp on Kingsley .
Lake because, to the best of our 'j. 'Almost daily rains have signaled an because of,thenumberottreesinvoly.ed
; How much of Mr. Reagan's the meaningless, but unemployment could rise knowledge, after consulting officialsat end toiourspring drought and. has and expected returns
largess has been trickling politically attractive-. this year to 11 percent, even camp headquarters and Military caused good growth of grass in our each tree.
sounding issue of a Constitu- Headquarters in St.Augustine,thereis pastures. There is plenty of grazing
your way lately? as interest rates may climb for livestock and our cattle are in My suggestions for the small pecan
tional amendment requiringa back to 21 to 22 percent.As no property on the lake availablefor very good condition. grower is to follow a good fertiliza-
Mr. Bafalis lack such purpose. Concerning the :
may balanced budget.It tion, irrigation and sanitation program -
something in name recogni- commentator Carl statement about "acres of land next The rains, however, are making it and hope to have at least some

tion, even in his own congres- is surprising that while Rowan puts it, "Ronald to ed Kingsley for this purpose Village,that" we could would be like us- difficult for hay harvest. Several hay nut production each year.
fields to and if
sional district, but he cer- the economy is eroding on Reagan has an extraor- for Mr. Johns to be more specific. If not cut are soon beginning, quality of hay will be Speaking of pecans, the Starke
tainly knows all the conser- every front, the White House, he is referring to the landing site poor. Most cattlemen would rather State Farmers Market has the only

vative Reaganite buzz and now Mr. Bafalis, refuseto U.S. Car Sales once known locally as "Pore Hole" have mature grass cut for hay than Pecan Auction in the state each year.
words used, like the tooth admit that the supply-side on the southwest side of the lake, we hay that has been rained on two or Sales usually start around the first of
are informed that tl.Is: : is now used as November and are held weekly as
three times during the
fairy's magic wand, to solve "voo-doo" economics of Declined in a Girl Scout camp under a special cutting pro long as needed. You can sell or buy
JulyUnexpected cess.
all of the nation's, as well as Ronald Reagan are permit granted by the State Armory any amount of pecans at the auction

the world's ills.Greyhound. economic cancers, bringing Board. True, at one time some Clay Rains are also'cl uslng other pro I'U give more information..about the
this country dangerouslyclose 11 % County agency, such as the recrea-I :blems f r-our folks.'Some pecans are auction in future articles
tion board or development authority falling permaturely because of too
to conditions that had a special use permit on this much) water; and some disease pro Even though our : .for vegetable
Staff Cut ushered in the Great Depression location, but never utilized it, so jt blems. Pecan scab, the most serious, season has been'over several
dinary ability to make people weeks fields
of the 1930s. Surely Mr. was allowed to lapse and a new per- disease of pecans in our area is showing we had a'few, : "' of egg
Bafalis find think he is responsible even mit issued to the Girl Scout Council. up, in'(Several groves and on plant and okra that tWf r doing well
F 104 at Headquarters can something until two weeks The and
ago. rains
compromising, while he ',dooryard trees.,., eentlwarm days
i better on which to pin his gives nothing of Aside from that, no one we have ',i withcool humid.conditions! after an moisture have caused plants to drownor .
political hopes of becoming up conse- inquired of, knows of any afternoon thundershower.ia ideal for become; badlvj diseased_ and
II He has this
Mr. Bafalis ( with quence. dogmatic harvest has
rhymes Governor of Florida.As undeveloped private property on the the development of scab, ended.
I Alice) fashioned his Monday notion that the way to enrich lake for sale. We are informed by
in Fernandina, one Washington com this society is to so enrich the what are generally considered The'disease attackS-both the leaves Wet conditions are ,.causing our
appearances reliable sources, that the National and the1 nuts of pecans, .and when: strawberry growers to become a little
\. Callahan, Macclenny, and mentator puts it, instead of already rich that they investin Guard is not about to give up any of severe will cause leaves and nuts,to .concerned also:' Land, preparation
Starke to fit what he apparently ways that will make its holdings for a state park or public drop prematurely (turning uddercoveCc.opsfbegins in
conceives to be the rich." Instead the mtj ,August with soil treatment'and layingof
Berven Carpets Files everyone boat ramp, which might conflict con"-:!(
I Scab can be controlled in the plastic\ *mulch in'September. This
unsophisticated rural rich invest their money buy with the reservation's military uses. ;
mercial orchards withfrequent spray time is needed for the cover to
Florida mind the "good ole For Chapter 11 Statushelp ing up other money-making We are also informed that the U.S. programs with', an approved break down and the soil fumigant crop to

I boys" who don't read the businesses to form conglomerates Corps of Engineers has jurisdictionover fungacide. However this is generally escape before setting of.plants in October
economic news and haven't to make Kingsley Lake (and others impractical for the homeowner with r. .
waked to the utter ". we get arrogant themselves even richer.Such even to the extent of issuing permitsfor only one or two trees because of the 'I''
up yet vetoes of measures designed construction of private docks. equipment required to cover the tree' The rain and moisture are good but I
failure of Mr. Reagan'sphilosophy mergers usually mean loss Certainly they would have a valid Interest with the fungicide. It is also generallytoo it does cause problem many folks.
that helping those to prevent bankruptcies and of jobs rather than the crea- in any installation requiring costly;to have. one or two trees I'm hoping'for'a ,happy medium so!

who already '"have" will help the jobless. As tion of new jobs, and the dredge and fill operations. !sprayed by custom applicators: that we will benefit. .

ultimately let some scraps thousands of businessmen, unemployment rate goes up

"trickle down" to those who large and small, are washed again. KLPOA DirectorsTo

I "have not." But in spite of down the drain, we get White Forestry in Bradford CountyBy Hear DiscussionOn
what Mr. Bafalis seems to House cries for more time, GrainPricesDownHowever Non-Meandered Lakes

think North Floridians real- and red-herring decoys to

ly aren't that dumb. pull the wool over our eyes, Dave Norton M.G. McMillan, long-time local
like the flag-waving, soap much we may County ForesterJust surveyor will meet Saturday with
wish it for the of the directors of the Kingsley Property
GM Says Will Close box call for a the good Reagan a reminder that the Division of the rays come blasting straight in Owners Association to discuss the dif
constitutionallyrequiredbalanced country ference in meanderedand
Forestry has tree seedlings availableto with maximum heat. regulations on
Two Plants in BritainOn budget and a new economic policies simply are landowners in Bradford County. If Plant trees that grow new leaves non-meandered. lakes. Kingsley is
hoked-up version of the so- not working nor will they you are interested in additional information each spring and drop them in the fall. non-meandered, which means that
; work in the months and yearsto concerning these seedlings, This will give you a green screen in the lake itself was included in the
called "New Federalism"that come for they are basedon contact the County Forester's officeat summer but let in the warming rays survey. On meandered lakes, the lake
his stopover in Starke, has already died the false premise of 964-6280, ext. 219. in winter. And in northern parts of being surveyed was excluded from
I Mr. Bafalis followed the well- a-borning. Trees are Mother Nature's air con Florida, you may also want to install the survey and survey lines were run
supply-side economics ditioners. the northern around the perimeter.
worn Republican line ofI evergreen trees along
,.: If you have them in the right placesto residence to shield
sides of the
"less taxes less And these are the policiesthat Several years ago the Florida
favoring house mobile home,
share your or winds of winter
Pioneer the chilling
Corp. Posts against Supreme Court rendered decision
and less regula- Mr. Bafalis is embrac- dollars and mental .
government .. you'll save gain If Interested in growing some of that the lake bottom on non
tions over our lives." Sound ing when he adopts the and physical comfort from -now until Nature's air conditioners, you can meandered lakes,such as Kingsley
I familiar? Well, it should. Mr. $13.1 Million Deficit. Reagan philosophy of fall.If pick out the right places this summer privately owned.
thin you don't have trees shading the by installing longish stakes or poles at
wore it duringthe government.The
Reagan off roof and sides of The
sun your likely spots then observing the direc KLOPA directors meet at K
years he was raking in All this in the face of news policies might sound residence, now is the time to select tion and movement of the shadows at a.m. Any member of the Associationas

handsome "honorariums"for from the Federal Reserve good to the millionnaires of spots to plant them during the coming. different times of day. Add well as the general public, is in

I' delivering those ultra Board that its index of industrial Florida's Gold Coast, but winter. allowances for future limb growth vited to attend and hear Mr

"conservative' speeches to production, a they :simply won't wash in The Florida has advocated Division shade of Forestry trees for as and you'll get a good idea of' where. to 10:30.McMillan's discussion, scheduled for
years them.
well-oiled oil barons and measure of manufacturing the boondocks. put
1 .G-/ .' '. energy savers. Various studies In Consult a nursery'operator or other
Florida and.elsewhere have shown
.'" tree expert as to the kinds of trees.
; r r ,,' that tree-shaded houses can be eightor that. will grow best at your home. .'.
;\ '' more degrees cooler than those Energy savings are indisputable;

a ,' ::, Ft pEtfll L { without shade. And the difference the amount will vary but can be \\l lI
three times Inmanufactured '
; a 1. may be tow or .greater' -- substantial. In addition/ however,
,".. ; housing.:' 'shade trees improve the looks: of'
1RV1N V Ail" You will,want to shade the south ,homes add to their value and pro,
', : and west sides of. the ,residence vide a place for animals: birds and I In the early 16001. half a
: ," "Y The first public mention of a name for the nation's capita..w.. In a letter : against the sun.. In Florida's part of children to spend enjoyable summer Washington stamp ((10tf) was

ii from George Washington in 1791. who referred to it as Federal' City. t' .,' rJ. :the world those Are the J. aides where'imsw '' L hours. :..' ', often used for 6*.po.t.....

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August 12. 1952 TJ.;LEG RAPII Page SA I

Crosby Family Reunion Set This Weekend

\ Family members of the late Philip Philip Nichols,chairman of the event. Those in charge of this year's reu- Social Side Of TheNews J

A. (Uncle Phil) and Clarissa M Some attending from out of town will nion are: Eudene Rowen, .

Bragg Crosby will gather Saturday be the families of Ruth Cozoy, Tulsa, Greensboro, Fla., secretary; Milton
's and Sunday; Aug. 14-15, for,their;an- Okla.I Kay Nichols, Houston, Texas; ,Molt Jacksonville supplies; Hugh B. Gladys Mooty
mal reunion. Lottie Raulerson, Okeechobee, Fla:; (tCroshy'Jr., :Brooken and Wright

The traditional peanut boiling wille Dicky Davis, Montgomery, Ala.; and Crosby, Tifton, Ga., peanut boiling; Society Editor
) held from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, at Jane Little, Decatur, Ga. Pasco Mott, Gainesville, and Ralph ,
.he old family homestead near Further information may be obtained Mott, Silver Spring, Md., finance;
3rooker, by calling Ruby Brannon, Janet Marilyn Vellenga, Brooker, and Bar- 96,-7608s
.. .. The Sunday gathering will be at the bara Foster, Gainesville, are in
l ..0. Vational Guard Armory,Edwards, Nichols Carter, Philip Nichols, charge of history publications. .... .. .. ----
.. W., in Starke from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Marion Crosby, or Al Crosby of Family members are urged to bring
Vll family members are Invited to at- Starke Gainesville, and Estelle Tilghman,. pictures and items of historical in- Ethan Allen Sapp
end and bring a favorite covered dishor terest to share with others. Items
o. the dinner at 1 p.m. At noon Sunday, families and may be donated to the Bradford Coun- Celebrates 86th

"We expect between 150 and 200 friends will hold a brief meeting to ty Board of Historical Trustees to be Birthday Aug. 1
discuss events of the and
past year for
4" persons to attend this year, says placed in the 1902
make plans for 1983. display in a future county museum. Ethan Allen Sapp was com-
plimented at a award ceremony Sun-
day, Aug. 1 at the First Christian
I Church, Starke, on his 86th birthdayThe
Pamela StalnakerMiss
Parties for Jo ceremony took place after the

.... morning service when Rev. RaymondBaer

: Pamela Jo Stalnaker, whose her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnakerand honoree with a lingerie set as a presented Mr. Sapp a blue and y
r: ...' marriage to Clifford Johnson was an grandmother, Mrs.J.G. Jackson. memento of the occasion. silver trophy with a gold cross on top I

S '..': event of Saturday, Aug. 7, was feted Fifty guests attended between the Twelve guests called between the and 1982 on each read side Your of the cross.Christian The Ii
*' at several parties recently.The hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. appointed Hours. inscription :
Friends First Christian Church.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Marc
., Attending for the occasion were
Jackson on Mimosa Drive was the Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson of
Jim and Carol Sepich and children,
:S setting for a bridal shower Friday, Charleston, S.C were hosts at a din- Chris of
and ,
July 9 given by friends from the PineS On Saturday, July 31, Miss ner party Friday night, Aug. 6, for N.C.Bryan; Arthur, Cathy and Barbara Patray Raleigh and .
Level Baptist Church for Miss Stalnaker was given a lingerie showerat -- -
their son, Clifford and fiancee, Marsha of Toccoa Falls,
Stalnaker. the home of Mrs. J.G. Jackson. Melissa Norman
i Pamela Jo Stalnaker at the Western
Ga. Robert, Jr. and Mary Carol
The refreshment table was covered Hostesses were Misses Cece Jackson, ;
Steer Steak House before the couple'swedding --
Ward and children, Robert, III, Dale
i with a white lace cloth over blue linen Cheri Norman and Virginia Kinneyand rehearsal.The Julia PendarvIs
and Christie of Wildwood and
and centered with an arrangement oft Mrs. Priscilla Kenny. U-shaped dining table was !Mark Barber ; Roy Melissa Norman
i blue silk flowers. A punch bowl at one One game was played and prize covered with a lace cloth. The head and Sheryl Jackson of Theressa and children and Judson Jeffrey SmithEngagement
i end of the table was filled with sum- awarded and a door prize given. table was centered with an arrange- Julia Marie Pendarvis Dempseyand .
;: mer fruit balls and ice tea was served Blue silk flower arrangements were ment of blue silk flowers and bud Mark Alan BarberTo Margie Sapp of Gainesville.A Told
I. at the other end of the used the table and TV. The reception followed the ceremony
from a tray on gift
vases on the side tables held light and
in the Hall the Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Norman of
: Wed 20 Fellowship given by
: table. refreshment table was covered with a Aug.
dark blue silk flowers.
Starke the of
announce engagement
of the church.
The gifts were on display in the tan linen cloth and centered with a The 32 attending included the wed- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pendarvis an- their daughter, Melissa Suzanne to

family room.Corsages greenery arrangement.The ding party, the immediate families nounce the approaching marriage of Jeffrey Lynn Smith, son of Mr. and
were given to the honoree, hostesses presented the and out-of-town guests. their daughter, Julia Marie, to Mark Holly Shields Mrs. Aubrey Smith of Lake Butler

Alan Barber, son of Mr. and Mrs. DonE.

New Arrivals 4- .& I .r..r. .. .The Barber.wedding is planned for Friday:, Celebrates Holly Shields celebrated Birthday her 11th A Nov. 26 wedding is planned at
Grace Church. The bride-
20 at 7:30 in the Clay Hill
Aug. : p.m
Everett Marklee Padgett III Church. birthday Tuesdy morning Aug. 3, elect is a 19H1 graduate of Bradford
Christopher Jared Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Everett Marklee Baptist Miss Pendarvis is presently when her mother, Mrs. Warren High School. Mr. Smith graduatedfrom

,, Kathy and Johnny Hobbs announce (Marty) Padgett, Jr., announce the employed by the Bradford County Stevenson gave a pool party and Union County High School in
the birth of a son, Christopher Jared birth of a son, Everett Marklee, born courthouse and Mr. Barber works at barbecue lunch for her at their homeon 1981.
i born July 28 in Alachua General Aug. 6 in Alachua General Hospital. Crosby Lake.
Mark Pantry Ten friends enjoyed the party from Did You Know .
Hospital. joins a sister, Tina Marie, age All friends and relatives are invitedto
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 21 months. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
i i Mrs. Tom Casey. Maternal great- Maternal grandparents are Mr.and attend. Mrs. Stevenson was assisted by Mr. John Eggers and children of
ic r grandmother is Mrs. Fred Moore of Mrs. Paul C. Nugent, Sr. Paternal and Mrs. Bill McRae. Jacksonville visited his parents Mr
iI Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R.J. Eeeers- on Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, Sr. Everett M. Padgett Sr., all of Starke. Upcoming Events & r .. .. -w.r-
Paternal great-grandmother is Mrs. great-grandparents are I
I! Mabel Smith of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Nugent, Sr., of

Syracuse, N.Y.
i I Santlrls Wimberly Charlotte Geiger, Woman's Club Muscular DystrophyDrive

Rachel Lynn CrawfordMr. John T. WilsonTo Salad LuncheonThe Aug. 14
i Santlrls Wimberly Nicole Ann Collins and Mrs. Mark Crawford of
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Collins of Cookeville Tenn. announce the birthof Wed. Aug. 13 Starke Woman's Club will havea There will be a fund raising drive
Enters T.E.E.N. Pageant salad luncheon 27, for Muscular Dystrophy on Saturday.
Jacksonville announce the birth of a on Friday, Aug.
Rachel born
a daughter, Lynn, Mrs. Era the
Geiger announces approaching from 11:30 to 1:30 at the Aug. 14 from 9 a.m. to t in Brad
Miss Santlris Wimberly, age 16, daughter, Nicole Ann, born Aug. 5 in Aug. 3.Paternal. marriage of her daughter, : a.m. : pm. p.m.
ford Center
club house at $2.50 including drink. Square Shopping
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hospital. grandmother is Mrs. Bet- Charlotte Virginia to John Timothy
I Chandler, of Starke, has been Paternal grandparents are Mr. and ty Wells of Gulf Breeze. Paternal Wilson, son of Col. and Mrs. William Desserts will be 50 cents extra. Pantry Pride parking lot.
I selected to compete in the 1982 Mrs. Woody Collins of Jacksonville. grandfather is Barney McRae of Wilson of Lawtey.The Take out orders will be available.

T.E.E.N. Pageant to be held at the Paternal great-grandparents are Mr. Starke. wedding will take place Aug. 13 Everyone welcome.
Hyatt Orlando, Kissimee. and Mrs. R.H. Thomas of Starke. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and at 10 a.m. in the chambers of Judge
This Pageant is the Official State- Paternal great-great-grandfather is Mrs. Joe Wallace of Clarksville, George H. Pierce.
Wide Finals for the Miss T.E.E.N. Virgil Mills of Jacksonville. Tenn. All friends and relatives are invitedto

National Pageant to be held in Albuquerque attend the wedding reception at the
-New-Mexico, December of Kristen Michelle Rhoden home of the bride's mother at 600 W.

1982.' Contestants are between the Mike and Janice Rhoden of Green Adkins St., on Aug. 14 at 7:30: p.m."Samna RE-ELECT
k' "" 'ages'of. 14 to 18 and must maintain''atl.no. Brian Sheldon Starling Cove Springs announce the birth of a
-1.," IMr and 'Mrs. Shad ..Starling'ofLawtey '
least-a 'B" average in school. They daughter, Kristen Michelle born July Wall
I are requested to participate in the announce the birth of a son, 26 in St. Vincent's Hospital. She joinsa ,
I .. Volunteer Service Program of the Brian Sheldon, born July 22 at St. Vin- sister, Trade Lynn, age 6. Kenneth MasseyTo E.L. "Nook"Norman
Miss T.E.E.N. Through this program cent's Hospital. He joins a sister, Jen- Paternal grandparents are Dub and Wed 21 .'
1 s..' many young ladies are becoming in- nifer, age 3.Maternal. Minnie Rhoden of Starke. Maternal Aug.
., volved in community activities by grandparents are Mrs. grandparents are James and Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Wall of
contributing at least 12 hours of time Esther S. Hall, Starke and Richard Weeks of Green Cove Springs..Mater Starke announce the engagement and

., .. .... to some worthwhile charity or civic Carter Lawtey. Paternal grand- nal great-grandparents are Mrs. approaching marriage of their '
work. Throughout the nation each parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Maggie Weeks of Green Cove Springsand daughter, Samira Christine Wall to
.: state realizes over 5000 hours of Starling of Lawtey. George Carter of Clay Hill. Kenneth Boyce Massey, son of Mr.

,1 .." volunteer service in the program. and Mrs. Spurgeon B. Massey of County CommissionDistrict
v : Miss Wimberly is sponsored by Lawtey.The .
Pirates Celebrate
. -:. Haile Funeral Home, Bradford Coun- garden wedding will take place 2
The Drew Reddlshs
f '. ty Telegraph, Allen Chapel A.M.E.i With Cookout and Saturday, Aug. 21, at 6 p.m. at the
:i .. Church, Mrs. Carrie L. DeSue, ofv Host Rehearsal Dinner home of Mr. and Mrs. Massey. COUNTY AT LARGE
.1'' Starke, and Taylor Plastering ''of All friends and relatives are invitedto
Daytona Beach: Many thanks to'J.C/ The Pirates small fry Softball team Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish gave a attend. ExperienceWorks
P Gainesville celebrated their first dinner party Friday night at Western ,
std, ,. .Penney's of for sponsor- place victory Steer Steak '
!IJTOV: >" 'ing Miss Wimberly's wardrobe. with a party given by their parents at House for their son, Hard
Her hobbies include reading,cheer- the home of Mr.and Mrs. Glenn Hicks Douglas fiancee, Wanda Atwood Picnic Date ChangedThe
e """..' ,inganddancing. on Friday, July 30. following the couple's wedding
.1 I | f rehearsal.The date for the Methodist Church QualifiedHonest
Th. team members and their
,. hum v,', tables picnic has been changed from Satur-
'. r ,' families and U-shaped were covered YOUR VOTE
Ii 1v n1' lQ I .t, ..,. Jlr enjoyed swimming play- with white lace cloths and held three day, Aug. 28, to Sunday, Aug. 29 at 4
d '"" ; : Ingl'games after which .they were at Bill McRae's house on WILL BE APPRECIATED
Duplicate.Bridge. i.qn treated to hot dogs,chips;'cokes,cake arrangements of pastel colored sum- p.m.
3 Club Results and homemade ice cream. mer flowers. Kingsley Lake. Leadership
The 38 guests included the wedding
"HO Trophys were presented to each ,
: .
of' urawi HATCH 1'(u. AIIV
iig" Tournament
Th Grand National party, immediate families and out-of-
*m ,f' member, a gift from their parents.
... .
Tuesday town .. ,.
,,,. Duplicate' Bridge was played guests. ----- --- --
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nightat the Starke Woman's Club During the dinner the young couple
' JI from the team and their parents.
''e 8Ut; ,'b' ,with(1vetablellinpla:( )! Team members on hand for the par- presented gifts to their attendants.
?.-, ;: ,,:.Winners were argleTbom.sonand ty were Chris Paul Smith
Burgin, ,
n .. Lucile ,Green, first; Cecelia .Ter- VOTE FOR AND ELECTMAXIEREDDISH
Shannon Hicks Kenneth Carlton
'g ;*, willegar and Eva Mathewson; of ,. Did You Know......,....
Devin Josh Bula
''S ':. .Melrose, second; Barbara Snipes and, Kite Jo-Jo iJackson and Matt
o Linda Garrard of Lake City, third;, Waters.; Mr. and Mrs. David Byers and son
'0 and tieing for fourth place were,LenFrancis of Jacksonville visited her parents,
" .. and Rhea Johnson of Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers Satur-
: on
Did You Know...........
i Louise Darst
i;!,,: Keystone Heights,. and day.
r.. and Jack Burnette of Lake City. .
''It The club plays every Tuesday night' and Mrs. Henry Thomson of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns spent
s at the Woman's Club at 7:30 p.m. and, ./tAr. Ala. will spend the Friday and Saturday in Orlando

all bridge. players are welcome to at- with his mother, Mrs. W.H. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marian _
tend. Thomson and family. Estridge.

Elks Lodge News BENEFIT SING & SUPPERfor School District 5

r";I...,' On Thursday, July 29, North the Building Fund of "
District Vice President Warren Har-
II \":'. rls of the Lake City Elks Lodge, made Board -
Pine Hill '
'" Congregational Methodist Churchon
rh : his official visitation to they BusinessmanTaxpayer
' r3 ; Gainesville Elk Lodge, to bring the
I f !' "* message from the Florida State West Brownlee Road Member
'd >ra; : President.

,IS ,,,,. Starke Elks and ladies in attend Saturday, August 14-6 p.m.
'"' dance were: Exalted Ruler John Ware -

"''nl. ren, Richard Solze, Mr. and Mrs. Chicken & Rice Dinner and Gospel Sing
te "'' John Kingsbury Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dependable
Featuring four gospel groups: The Redeemed, The Sounds of Christ,The h
m Wahl, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Family Circle and The
an d"' Mooneyham, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Albright Family.

Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Herzog,
la non Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eddy, Mr. and Mrs.
n r, Bill Finucan, ,and Mr. and Mrs.
In ti

I IS Starke Elk Lodge Exalted Ruler Having educated my three kids in the schools of Bradford
'" '.. John Warren attended Vice President NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS!

soil! Warren Harris visitation at the Orangewood ApartmentsP.O. County, I believe that we have a good school system, but I am ex-
t m sr: Tallahassee Elk Lodge on Tuesday,
n ,M Aug. 3. BOX 146 tremely interested in making it better. I will strive to do this by be-
,. ,
r .1 l fl. Starke, Florida 32091 ing sure that you get all of the education possible for your children

Did You Know...........
for every dollar spent. Also I believe that our teachers must have

:r Sunday Mr. and guests Mrs of Herbert Mr.and Thomas Mrs.Arthur were and 1,2, aIr and wall 3 Bedroom tO Apartments featuring central heat complete control of the classroom and I will stand behind them

I Nichols at Crescent Beach. ; wall .shag ." tlna'drapes; ; stove and with strict
j refrigerator... a discipline policy. I will work hard to accomodate eachof

l I children Mr. and of Plant Mrs. City Rod, Mrs.Struth'and Bobby, : .information/Application you with a bus schedule and ,route within the school system ''t

a Case and children of Lake City and Contact: Orangewood Apartments'' means.

r Mr. and Mrs. Gary GUlllc of :' HSSinac0 Tracy Balr, Manager '

their Gainesville mother were, Mrs.Sunday Lou Struth guests'and of 'Opportunity! P.O. BOX 146 ,, On September 7 I would greatly appreciate your vote. \\\i,.

Case's Starke, Florida 32091 Maxie
celebrated Mrs. birthday. PD POL ADV Reddish


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) ; Schulz have Phillip Johns graduated Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 7 From the University of North
Airman Kevin Tillman of Nellis Air Karen Gissy Johnson of Gainesville Mrs. Nealy McConnell Sr. of Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudon of Tam- returned after nine weeks trip where and Aug.Florida, School of Business Ad
Force Base, Nev., is on a weeks leaveof received her Masters degree in Olustee visited Mr. and Mrs. McCon- pa are visiting Mr. and Mrs W.T. they visited the World's Fair ministration. Attending were Mrs.
absence with his family before Educational Media and Instructional nell, Jr. from Sunday to Wednesday. Jackson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. A.G. friends and relatives in Minnesota, Johns and daughter, Leigh, Mr. and-
1'1 leaving with his wife, Mary Anne and Design, graduating Magna Cum Tammie Lee of Alachua is visiting Loudon and Mrs.EmmaRene Weaver North Dakota, and Kansas. They attended Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mrs. Debra'

son, John Ryan, for his new assign- Laude, from the University of her grandparents, the McConnclls, this week. the State Square Dance in Duluth con-, Williams and son, Mark, Mrs. J.M. .
vention for three days
ment at Luke AFB, Phoenix, Ariz. Florida's graduating services on this week. 33 Howard of Lake Butler and Mrs. Sue'
Saturday, Aug. 7. Karen is employedas Minn. where the temperature was Brinsort of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
I"' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phebus of Media Specialist at Melrose Com- Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton degrees and was attended by 2,778
Evansville, Ind., Mrs. Jack Hall and munity School and is the daughter of returned Sunday night after visiting people. Mary Humphries has returned.:
children of Mt. Carmel 111., Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy of Starke. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Worth and after attending the funeral of her.
Mr. Mrs. A. Russell Norman Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott and son, :
Jackson in Winder, Ga. Enroute home
I f.; McPherson and twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scoggins, Cecelia they attended Mr. Hamilton's 214 were in Atlanta, Ga. Tuesday to Sun- Jeremy visited Opryland and Mr. and mother, Mrs. Mary (Mollie) Mahony
: Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. Horace Terwillegar, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Coast Artillery reunion in day where Mrs. Norman attended the Mrs. Rick Jackson in Chattanooga, in Yonkers, N.Y.
i f Tolbert and Mrs. IVan Niblack of John Godwin and Stewart Beckett attended International convention of the Delta last week.
Gainesville, Ga.on Saturday and Sun- Tenn. and Mrs. Debra .
Lake weekend of Mr. Jerome Johns
;, City were guests the musical, "South Pacific"at day. Kappa Gamma Society Internationalat Mrs.
adn Mrs. David Montgomery. the Alhambra Dinner Theatre last the Peachtree Plaza Hotel. There Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller visited Williams and son, Mark attended '
, Thursday.Mr. 2,853 members attending from the 50 Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates in homecoming at Harmony Freewill
1\\ United States, seven provinces of Jacksonville on Saturday. Baptist Church on Sunday.Dr.
\ R.P. McLendon returned Sunday and Mrs. Marc Jackson and Travis Woods is a patient in Canada Costa Rica, El Salvador,
after two weeks visit with Mrs. Jim family attended the Sword of the Lord Alachua General( Hospital after frac- Guatamala, Finland, Great Britian, Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen have had
children and Mrs. conference in Murfreesboro, Tenn. turing his back in a skiing accident at Greenof
McLendon and Iceland, three districts of Mexico, as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Leslie .
R.P. McLendon at Blowing Rock, last week. Kingsley Lake Wednesday of last The Netherlands, Norway, Puerto Brooker Tuesday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. P.E. Jacobs and fami- .
N.C. week. Rico and Sweden. Four members and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen and son of ly of Roslyn Heights, N.Y. are spending .
Johns attended week with her mother, Mrs. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Charles a
from Alpha Nu Chapter which in- Gainesville last Thursday,
Mrs. S.M. Miller celebrated her birthday the 70th birthday celebration for cludes Bradford and union counties Hazen of Orange Park on Friday, Mr. W.H. Thomson at Kinglsey Lake and .
Brinson in Macclenny on Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack in Starke.
Sunday with a covered dish Mrs. Vernon attended: Mrs. Norman who is the and Mrs. Douglas Hazen of Coral
family cookout at the John Miller Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Virginia Crews of Lawtey and Florida State Recording Secretary; Gables, Mrs. Fred Hazen of
Mrs. Doris Lamb of Starke last Marcia Welch and
home. Out-of-town guests were Mr. spent Mrs. Sharon Nu Gainesville and J.P. Hazen of Ocalaon Mrs. sons of
and Mrs. A.L. Crosby, Jr. Lyons Alpha
t. to at Busch
Monday Thursday Ga.
and Mrs. Bud Rosier and daughter of and Mr. and Mrs Savannah, are visiting her
Chapter, president Miss Kathyrne Saturday
visited their son and family, Mr. ; :
Gardens, Sea World, Circus World Dr. and Mrs. O.L.
Miss parents, Haynes,
Lake City and granddaughter, Mrs. Dale Crosby in Orlando over the and Florida Festival. Epperson, Alpha Nu parliamentarianand Malcolm Harrell of Brooker on Sunday week.
of Beach. Jr. for a
( Monica Miller Daytona weekend. Miss Della Rosenberg. .

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the other. The Hall is snuff, tobacco and coffee beans. waters were high from previous our first home was a little two room With a contented look on her face,
C.E. "Sue" Davis on situated the north Lodge side of now With a chuckle, Alberta said, "I bet rains. Sometimes, even when your house built and furnished by Horace she smiles and answers a reporters
{ Phone: 485-1344 18 and the on school is only two Highway blocks there aren't many housewives who feet were upon the seat to stay dry, near where he was employed at the query, "Hobbies/"
{ would know how to parch coffee and you would get a dunking, Alberta Lenton sawmill on what is now knownas She laughs. "Visits from loved '
Alberta Lewis Stokes looks back on east on the same side of the street. It
grind it to make a pot of that excellent remembersShe the James Padgett homestead."As ones, friends, and my old rocking
with is modern with several
82 in the Brooker area a now a building '
years stuff." tells of peanut shelling, candy our family increased, we pur- chair on the front porch.
smile her
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in her
twinkle on rooms.
ere She tells of boils Sunday afternoon chased a farm on the Dedan Loop Plans?
face. The last children, she was to Alberta, if a child a cotton gin, whose pulling, peanut ,
the "apple of the eye" of her family misbehave in school back then, he owner is long forgotten by most. She sings and square dancing as Road for $1,000 from a loan companyin "Just biding"my time until God.
remembers owned entertainment. "The men the north. This was where our six calls me home.
stores by Lewis young
which consisted of one sister, Bertha, got a "licking" by the teacher, then
four half-sisters and four half- another when he or she arrived at Scriver, Henry Brown,and Dan Lynn, dressed in knickers (knee pants), sons and four daughters grew into
brothers.The boys were Johnny, Rob, home. and the excitement of sharing a peppermint long stockings, black leather shoes, adulthood. One happy memory was ChurchesThe
Leon and Eddie.The girls were Mary, With a shake of her head, she stick with her brothers and string ties, white shirts and coats, when Horace puchased our first car, a Rev. W.W. Weldon extends an .
Ida and twin sisters, Ollie and Lomie. remarked, times weren't as they are sisters. while the young ladies dressed in mid- Model T touring car. invitation to the public to come see .'
The only way you could tell the twins today, with a "give me" and "that'smine. die blouses, umbrella skirts with a1'' "What grand style to attend Rock and hear O.G. Duncan and "The
sawmill the south shimmie underbody, a ruffled pet Church on meeting day and visit
apart was one was fat while the other "There was a on Gospel Carriers" of Jacksonville at
was skinny. "In the old days," Alberta said, end of town, a grits mill operated by ticoat and bloomers underneat and friends and relatives and go shoppingin an old fashioned gospel sing at the
When Alberta was born to the late "you were taught to love, respect, Frank Fowler, the Post Office was high top shoes. The girls starched the Starke, Waldo and Gainesville, Church of God in Brooker, Saturday,
Charity Ann Green Lewis and JohnM. share, and take responsibilities.Times operated by Mr.Collins and there wasa slips stiff to make their skirts stand Alberta noted. Aug. 14, at 7:30: p.m.
Lewis, the town of Brooker was sure have changed. My blacksmith shop near the railroad out while dancing. The years have passed and the The Brooker Baptist Church Vacation
known as Ward City. As a child she childhood was a happy one. At where Mrs. Earnest Russ lives. Alberta said the "cloggers" of today children have left the nest except for Bible School got off to a fine start
recalls attending grade school in a Christmas morning we would find "Our travels were made by mule, don't have nothing on us back in one daughter. They have sold the Saturday, Aug. 7, with a parade on
one room building on the north side of toys made by our elders and an appleor horse, wagon, cart or buggy along those days. "We could shake a leg farm and purchased the old Ward (C. Brookers downtown Main Street dur
She said furnished both and stick of dirt roads. Towns like Waldo too." Crosby) home in Brooker. Horacewas
y town. parents orange, or a peppermint ing the afternoon. Classes began Mon
school books and the county paid the candy in our stockings. A Gainesville and Starke were foreignto When she was 11 her father hired a employed by the State Road day, Aug. 9, at 7 p.m., and continue
j teachers for the up-keep of the school treat was a trip in a horse drawn us. Lake Butler was familiar as this young man from Worthington Springsto Department and planned to retire a through Friday, Aug. 13, with commencement
building.The wagon into Brooker for supplies. was the town dad would take us to so work and through him she met her few months before he died in 1958 at exercises Sunday night,
streets were dirt and Main When a farmer was short on cash he we could catch the train to go all the future husband, Horace Stokes. His the age of 66 of a heart attack. With Aug. 15. The public is invited to come
Street ran northeast to southwest, could always find a store that would way to Jasper for a visit with Grand- brother, Gent, married her sister, one daughter Ruby, and son Donald, and take part in the Bible study,
t between what was known as Ward accept pecans, eggs, syrup, honey, father Green and Maiden Aunt Betsy. Bertha. she lives in the house that they had crafts, fun and fellowship for all ages,
branch. The railroad and the school meal or a side of bacon to pay for sup- "The trip across the scout hole on "When we married I was 14 and he planned to build, surrounded by nursery to adult.
were on one side and the Mason Lodge plies like flour, granulated sugar, New River was an experience if,the was 21. We were married at home and grand and great-grandchildren.

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Walkers, and grandparents, Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and Mr. .and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Roberts, of Ft. Lauderdale, spent a
\ Ellza'--eth: Mrs. John Steele, for several weeks. Van, of Lakeland, came after their daughter, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. few days with her mother, Mrs.
By Terry time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Cora Martin and Gene Wilkerson daughter, Kimberly, who had spent James Shuford and family, Mr. and Rossie Reddish.
Phone: 782-3300 Cecil Hardee. were married at the home of her two weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Bobby Hall, and Mrs. Eva Friends of Mrs. Mabel Boyette
CHURCH ACTIVITY: Mrs. Connie Mosley, of Maxville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse on Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. Shuford, visited Six Flags Over mother of Col.! and Mrs. Wm. Wilson
Grace United Methodist Church visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Shuford Miss Carla Sherring, of Jacksonville Georgia, and the World's Fair, Knox. are happy to learn that she is able to
will have Vacation Bible School Aug. Harold Eunice, Sunday. performed the ceremony. There were spent two weeks with her great- ville, Tenn. Then they went out west return home from Memorial Hospital,
23 to Aug 27 from 7-8:30: p.m. Classes Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of approximately forty persons present. grandmother! B.L. Wilkison,Sr. to Bad Lands, Mt. Rush More and Jacksonville. Our .prayers arc with(
for kindergarten to seventh grade will Maxville, spent the weekend at their Dan Wainwright, of Jacksonville; Mr..and Mrs: Frank Camp and son Yellow Stone National Park where her. ,!
be offered. All children are invited. mobile home here. spent two nights with his mother, Bryan have just returned from their they celebrated their daughter Wen- Capt. and Mrs. John Bloom, ''of'
; Call 782.3881 if you would like to attend Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Mrs. Truby Wainwright. Mrs. Dan vacation in New Orleans, La., and dy's 14th birthday.Mrs. Yohota, Japan, are the proud parentsof
or to help.Highland their sister, Mrs. Sarah Hallman, at Wainwright is spending some time Fort Walton,Fla.They then took their Willie Mae Lightfoot, her a son, John Preston Bloom, III,
Missionary Baptist Keystone Heights, on Thursday after with her folks in Pennsylvania. grandchildren to Disney World. daughter _and grandson, David born Aug. 2.
Church will have their Vacation Bible noon. .
School Aug. 16 through Aug. 20 from 7 Deepest sympathy of the community -
to 9 p.m. is extended to Mrs. Annie Mae
PERSONALS: Crews because of the death of her son, Open In Your Vicinity
Correction; Mark Hodges Archie Crews.
celebrated his 14th birthday Monday, Mrs. Ann Andrews, of Wildwood, Nellie's
Aug. 2.Friends. was a Saturday overnight guest of her Beauty ShopFor p4.
of Mrs. Clara mother Mrs. Fred
Cummings, Moore. They at-
All Your Hair
(Mrs. Opal Lewis's sister) regret to tended the wedding of Doug Reddish Needs '
learn that she is in Orange Park and Miss Wanda Atwood in the First 200-A South 782-3995 Lawtey .
Hospital. Our prayers are with her. Methodist Church, on Saturday night.
Some of Mrs. Annie Mae Crews' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren and sons,
friends and relatives helped her Larry and Johnny, of Denver, Col., Back to School Specials -
celebrate her birthday on Saturday are spending some time with their
afternoon. There were about 30 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker Children's Adults All GOLDThe IK
guests. and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John to
Mrs. Mike Crapse and son Michael, Steele. Douglas Walker, of Fort B & B Curl B & B Curl Perms J
of Hinesville, Ga., are spending some Myers, is also visiting his parents,the ..

I Community News 500/0 off $4500 500/0 off NAPA ,..;:.J

Good Aug. 16 thru 27th Appointment Necessary

"( By Elizabeth Walker ,(7

964-6683 Gold HatGiveaway I .. ..'I6i.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Dean received a board members are asked to have :I .. I
high school diploma Aug. 4, from the written reports.
Vo-Tech Center. fj
Mrs. Dean is employed by the Coun- Sunday, Aug. 15, the Mt. Marriah LIES
ty Board of Public Instruction, work- United Methodist Church will rendera ; JI
ing full-time in food service at Vo- special service at 5 p.m. in honor of Your local NAPA store has a free hat for you during I
Tech cafeteria. the C.A. Carim Scholarship Funds. the NAPA Gold Hat Giveaway.Just buy any two NAPA ,",; I foil .
She has raised seven children and They are asking all members and A ChoiceFor or air filters. Stop by today get the filters you need I II //

worked with her_grandchildren.Rev. friends of the community to cooperatewith .and wear a Gold Hat home, compliments of NAPA, : ;
the affair and
e. bring donations to Filters.

R.J. Blain will hold the fourth help support the program sponsored
and last quarter for their conferenceyear by the youth department of Mt. FAli r
Sunday, Aug. 22, at 11 a.m. All Calvary Baptist Church.



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Florida Drivers Feeling Bite Of New DUI LawOver QUESTION: Who do you elect for State Representative if you

want a man who will be truly effective in the Legislature, has a 4;
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1,200 Florida drivers have felt Lt. Colonel Roger Collar, acting highways.The :
the bite of Florida's new tough DUI director of the Florida Highway highest number of DUI arrests good background and many years of legislative experience, is not 'J ,,;
(driving under the influence)]lav, that Patrol said, "Troopers statewide since this crackdown went into effect
went Into effect July i, 1982, and the made 1,278 arrests for driving while were made on Saturdays and Sundayswith controlled by special interests, and is II NEST? ;
stepped up DUI enforcement, said under the Influence of intoxicating Fridays running a close third. .:r
Florida Highway Patrol. beverages or drugs in the first month Weekend enforcement by the Patrol ANSWER: JERRY JOHNSON!
since the DUI enforcement produced 818 of the 1,278 arrests with t
crackdown began July 1 of this year. the majority of the arrests being
SFCC Starke This is an increase of 467 arrests for made between midnight and 6 a.m.
this offense over the month of July and from 6 p.m. until midnight JERRY
Offers Accounting I 1981. Troopers made 811 DUI arrests
statewide in July of last year." "Traffic deaths have dropped JOHNSON Jil
sharply from 264 persons killed in July
A highlight of the Fall SFCC Starke
Trooper's work schedules ad- "
Center schedule will be the Principlesof were 1981 to 179 in July 1982, concluded
justed to Increase
Accounting I class. patrol coverage Collar,"and we are confident that our
during the hours of 6 p.m. to( 2 a.m., enforcement efforts and this tough .
The class will be taught by Starke particularly on weekends when more new law have played an importantpart For Florida House of Representatives (Dem., Dist. 21)) [::7:;

resident, C.P.A. and SFCC instructorEd drinking drivers were on the of this reduction." SOMEBODY HAS TO SET THE STANDARDS! PD POL ADV ;)r.J,
Douglas. The course will cover
sole proprietorship accountini L
through the completion of the accoun '

and ting cycle ledgers including, special general journals journal aru'! AMERICAS FAMILY UG STORE '

ledgers, worksheets, financia R R !
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statements, inventories, promissorynotes /- ThN SYSTEM 2 : ;
internal control, and payrol ,
systems.The classes will meet once a RR
week from 7 p.m. to 9:45: p.m. on PHOTO PRoCESSING
Thursday evenings 'j'\

Starke Other include classes College being Composition.offered ir We guarantee you only pay for the i .

Sculpture Interpersonal, World History Communication, Religion ir -. prints you like. i :
America, Principles of Physical! '
Science, Social Sciences, Basic Matt
Skills Lab, Fundamentals of Physica
Science, Introduction to th<<<
Humanities, Introduction to An
thropology,and Introduction to Majoi t. I '
20th Century Religions. Classes begir "
August 24 and run through Dec. 9. hc,4MIAV .
Q .r 1111 y
Registration is currently underway IIIII .; .
daily from 8 a.m. to 3:30: p.m.'at the Ie- ;
Starke Center office located in Brad It
ford High School. A special evening '
registration will beheld next Monday, I : \ :'A II
Aug. 16,from 6-7 p.m. For further information 1 OUkrRI
contact the SFCC Starke & W.
Center at 9645382. 'I' -= I

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Welcome Home
Donald Slade Jr., has be<<
honorably discharged from the U.. / II
Marines. After spending sever. *t 50 REINFORCEDOAHDEN ,l
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family returned home Friday after I 'It'] ,
delightful week in the Nashville IIII PRESUN I LADIES' ""' 30" X 72 FABRIC IIII
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i.l '. P otentid;: Is Key Woid F orB: ; ford F ootb8ll I

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: switched)JiL' ) 1: 1 ll& .t i former last ," Coach Horse of |I I j
"All we need I i. a few break'early f < } c :ha. hi* than year says
-'ln' the year and 'we, could surprise linebackers come through Writ twill caller back because he Is get the competition hu Tornadoes will ;
some people," Says the veteran grid play some nose guards a coach who knows the system face this fall.Palatka :
," I mentor with one of the best records, L >twn.., y last year's. 0-10, 'disastrous notwithstanding 'Vricperwhci'whertMui reads trmtttt. ev, tgugrterbav ked teams were tough as the' past few years when.
{ of any' Florida high < 0'* ""} I' (fjl.' ycy! iJ'Jn ; i 1';beat Milton In.the District they've had a John L. Williams BUS ,
;;jj school coach. Alack gsttmgi'rnstnerpcac4beb i : i>ff,and,lost t to Ocala Forest in the plays Macclenny, has an open date,
*" :xglor e 'imiddle guard war besofferlaiVo:guard ) contest Jn J975 BHS was 7-4 then faces Palatka on the road In their
Potential. That's the key word most 'WaynCrtt b8',and lost the district to Tarpon Spr- second game. I
RUenetVertaekle !
often used by Coach David Hume to \ '
:,AHcHacl Eatlyj. :<. } ) r i' Ift'1976' ; when Prevatt was a
|I describe the prospects of the 1982 edition Senior captain Dale Buchanan, 210 BHS was 8-2 beat Tarpon Spr Gainesville High is repvted to have
I of the Fighting Tornado football will start his third varsity year for the DIstrict 5 title, and lost to a good 1982 team, Nurse says. He.expects ,
) I team of Bradford High School. defensive bt k1 StevjTsgelUl; | 1 / orBst in the regional play-offs. a tough game there.
The veteran coach began thinking bethebth'rWrteK '. ch Cole Childers, counted on by North Marlon and Live Oak are expected I,

'': and planning his 26th year at Bradford A corps ot juniors, Tony Hill; e for offensive line job, resigned to be significantly improved. "
1' High even before last season end- Nathaniel CQiey': Teddy 13resee Fvm [week, j Sti' $ the coaches were Eastside has a lot of potential but
\ ed. When he was supposed to be vacationing Johnson, ana U ondd TIIofl'1tdn1' wU( .to return to work. Coach Hurse has a new coach and is an unknown I",
> this summer, where do you rl lit,. I be 'gairilng experience nd becomingmore everywhere he can think of quantity. .'
suppose Coach Hurse could be found? ready to relieve the two week for,an offensive line coach. Buchholz has a lot of young players :'
; In the the BHS field house, of course t with little ,
w a p Ah I IS 'as the season progresses. Russell is capable of moving
getting ready for the upcoming cam' Four juniors get, paign. defensive end. posts"right"from would leave nobody with sophomores on the varsity.
Tornado footballers will begin practice ,1 starti,John! Bennett, 6-0,175, has experience for :the junior Baker High is expected to be lm's':'s
Yf, August 16, with two weeks of two- moved from the defensive and Coach Hurse wants to proved. A 190 pound quarterback, a !
a-day sessions facing them with hard-, to get more experience at DE. Randal that, if possible. 190 pound fullback and speedster I f
ly a trace of fall's cool breezes to look Freddie Jones who Hurse describes
5.11.1165))' Billy Rehburg, 5-10
: forward to. Then they go into uniformto : -,-\'It" 165; and Martella Moore 6.0.170.will Tougher as "quick as a snake," are returningand
hit every day until the first game "" .. '1I" "'4b also work at DE.Two'veterans.are. Expected the Wildcats are expected to be a t
Sept. 11, a road game with traditional currently rival Baker High. .- ; tt, -
as the' starters. at linebacker, where
Three senior starters are returningon and I
quickness speed strength ar M
offense. Six seniors who could be -
starters are returning on defense, butthere's 'most 5-10, imporant.165 played Senior linebacker Kenny lasseason \; .

neck The of Tornadoes every a Junior one breathing will be young.down the "."" ,";,; :. 5rn1y defense e guard after. moving job injuries he'd there'decimated held from,securely his theno the i

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"It's definitely a rebuilding year, 11" since the ninth grade. Donald Green59 :
but we have potential to build with. Z' 175, played weakside linebacker;'
Hurse's record stands now at 130 n last year and is returning after miss
wins 74 losses and 6 ties. It's ing the spring with a hernia operation.
something Coach Hurse doesn't think An agressive Green would be :;;
about often. What's on his mind is the great asset to the 1982 Tornado e't 1
upcoming season. defense, says Coach Hurse.
Team leaders such as senior trl- ;. : Also working at linebacker will be Wkins Signs With F JCI
captains Dale Buchanan Kenny juniors William Salmon 175, and
Wright and Emmett Watkins will be Richard Welch. 5-9 ]80. -
counted on heavily. Buchanan is a Head Tornado Lines'em Up... The defensive back corps headed upon Hawkins, the only Larry Monts has in mind. ij,
stalwart defensive tackle at 210 "This Is be his Coach Hurse's: board right now by "We've academicafly-{
gonna a tough one! Coach David Nurse lines players up on ,. member of last year's very
pounds and six feet. Wright is a the offensive and defensive boards above. lie can tell you the strengths,, Marvin Brown, a 5-10, 160 pound 'record-setting 440 relay team oriented," Monts said in a -
veteran nose guard placed at weaknesses of each player along with the player's height weight, and grade- '''senior. Robert Carver Is the High, should still be mak- versation about Hawkins .
linebacker right now because his ex- right from his head. man. The tough little Tornado will exchanges again next year. "Our athletes are going to graduateand
perience. Watkins will be the quarter- you as quick and its hard as anybodyon Hawkins signed most of them are going to go og>G to
back in the veer offense Coach Hurseis the team, Coach Hurse says; school.
track scholar a 4-year a"We're ::
over'St.Augustine a .I
The offensive tackle corps are led the bench to lead BHS 14-6 the
to Other in defensive
planning use again. names secondary last week a very close-knit group Aid
The trio tackle Steve Spell, by senior Steven Spell, a tough in the spring jamboreewin ship
plus are Jimmy Schoening, Eric with Florida I go by how our current athletes feel
receiver Blaine Dyal, nose guard veteran at 180 pounds and 5-10, who will also play quarterback. Lane, Emmett Watkins, Kevin Sampson Junior College of about these new recruits. Herb mlCde
Melvin Randall offensive guard will play both offensive guard and "Pound for pound as' tough as Brad Russell and
,' Larry Long, overall
Jacksonville and a very good impression wjth;
tackle and defensive tackle. There is anybody we've got Coach
Glover defensive end John Bennett says AntoniocJones. Long Is!
Doug sophomore our other athletes. He's a comer find
will start school at
defensive back Marvin Brown, Tony Hill, 6-2, 205,' a junior up from Hurse of Carver who is 140, soaking off kne i
commng a i injury. ; FJC in the fall. we expect him to help us wlth' tJr
the JV who will both offensive wet and 58.
all seniors, are counted on to pull play \ He relay teams." *
was a
their weight and more during the ear and defensive tackle. The running back corps consists of :
ly going. Donald Thornton, a 250-pound sophomore fullback Oliver Tyson, the BHS Coaches \ \ member along
Tornadoesare sophomore was on the ninth grade 195-pound young horse who got good with Eric Lane,
All the rest of the 1982 Alreadyat.Work: ,, Weather
I Antonio Jones Might
young. It will take time for themto team last year and just needs experience yardage behind the new Tornado linein t |
to be a good football player. the jamboree. Eric Lane, 150-11 is The Tornado coaching staff and Donnie Banks
gain experience.But Mike and used the fastest the BHS team andis busy this week studying the system. relay
this group will be a little more Early, 175 5-11, will be man on be used this season. "J SJftfi? HoldUpSGCCGCjWeather i
primarily as a defensive tackle but also listed as a defensive back.
physical and with a little more ability '" o'n-- :
Head Coach David Hurse went school
will fill in offense. Brad Brown is in the running '
than Tornado team since 1978 on Teddy Bresee, 150-11 ,,.
any job assignments with defensive coa mark down to 43.3 could literally puE a
is inex-
160, 5-10 is a junior up from the JV. William Salmon, 175-11.
Coach Hurse
says.St.Augustine Mike Sexton first thing Monday at the Regionchampionships. damper on the annual Starke Golf and
felt a little of that Sam Tyson 185, 5-10, and a junior perienced but could be tough, says
ing. Coach, ,Sexton then Country Club golf championship
came out in the spring for the first Coach Hurse. ?
potential when the young BHS eleven time. The offense has good potential', bothin assignments to',the other Hawkins had bests of match scheduled for Sat and Silo..

came from behind to stun the Jackets Ends on offense will be juniors the line and the backfield, says coaches. f for 100 yards, 22.3 for the 220, Aug. 1415. ,.
14in the spring jamboree. It was the Coach Mike is ret and 41' for the bad I've it in
Martella Moore 170 Hartley { for the long jump, "It's as as ever seen
Randy Hurse. If tne hne
first win for the Tornado eleven since ; come inrougn "
and David and will coach the defensive backs jump. On the mile relay his best the 16 years I've been here, said Golf
Davis 5-11, 160; seniors sooner it will be better, because thebacks' '
November 1980 including spring
Coach Brad Russell has been was 50.3, according to Tornado Pro Herb Herres,speaking of how Wet
and Blaine Dyal, is
5-10.160, 5-40 job ,fairly easy.coropacedjpy
games and jamboree competition. ..
k- ,- Jo : : fI'Us,1s00IlJomlr: varsity' coach coach George Loper. the nine hole golf course Is after
.J.70.DYfI; 1 three year veteran, will the line, Hurse
Unheard of names, familiar only tpparents says.
of oai
of Junior varsity players who ",nay u tt listed"f.'tI'd'an' : aft4Gi'.' = ,)". "t .,, i.l(" I. Bfrtda Bjl Sexton graduate, nephew of LaGrange Mike i= !! i _Ttnonths." Making it worse wasZ finches
Wideouts on the roster are Defense...
opened holes for unheard of Tornado seniors Marvin Brown 5.10,160 first .r' !!a"101,;:' .... BUS \staff. asa.junior varsity. ach. in college. of rain last Sunday night.
running backs. Those names will ; Coach .Jimmy Prevatt, is a chance for him to develop If it should dry up enough for the
become familiar to Tornado fans this year player Frank Allen, 5-11, 165, There is not enough players to dou- Tornado
the of and then Com-
quarterbacked next three member Championship
and Willie Hill, 5.9,150; juniors Shan- ble platoon. Especially early in the years
season. 74-76 is interning from the (to a 4-rear school)." Loper mittee to decide to go ahead with the
non King, 5-9, 150 Jimmy Shoening veteran wilt have to
Names such as center Tom ; season players go- and
of Florida this year will tourney it will be Richard Gaines
Johnson. At 6-3,195 the junior has the 5-9. 155; Kevin Sampson, 6-0, 155; both ways. As soon as the younger
with the junior varsity. Coach lIur that's just what FJC coach defending the title from last year
Carlton and
inside track because of his blocking 5-9. players have gained enough experience
ability. Junior guards Donald Green sophomore John David Francis, 5-8, Coach Hurse ''says, the
175, and Wayne Cribbs, 180, will also 125. veterans can be spelled. But in the .
play center. Quarterback will be Emmett early going the corps of seniors 'will '
Offensive guards are returning Watkins, out 7Vi games last year witha see double duty, such as quarterback _. coupon
senior Doug Glover 155, plus Billy leg injury, shows much potential, Watkins in the defensive backfield, .i.
Rehburg, 165-11; Anthony Luke, says Coach Hurse. Watkins a seniorat Kenny Wright at guard, and Steven. The Office Shop;$
140-11 and up from the JV, and 6-1, 175, was slated to be the star- Spell at offensive tackle. ....... ... i.......... ,
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Nathaniel Coley, 165-12, who has ting quarterback last year before his Nose man listed now Is Melvin Ran- : 4 ; ,
never played before but who has quitea Little. dall, 160-12. Kenny Wright, nose man 964.57Ms"1
bit of potential. Robert Carver, who came off for the past three years has been :

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Bradford County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing at 8:00: .11a5/: -;.;..;..:.'- .:..
p.m. on Monday, August 30, 1982 in the Bradford County Courthouse, 925 North Temple J1

Avenue, Starke, Florida for the purpose of hearing written and oral comment from the public ..

concerning the proposed annual budget for fiscal year ending 1983 and the use of revenue ..

I sharing funds as contained in that proposed budget, summarized below. '- .10010 All Office ,Furniture '

Federal Revenue Sharing is a program of general fiscal support from the federal government off

to state and local governments with only limited federal requirements' about how the ;\f ", During the.Month of.August,.1982 '"

should be Decisions the of these funds made at the local level the '
money spent. on use are by rrrrrrarrr'r.rrri.i', rrrv.rrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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AI Young BobRidioistof -
won on'M
I'"the' Loyal Order of Moose State Pool beat ,, no4rmentgrubit R teiiis'for the tow+
Marathon in the
-' hampinnshlp last final game for the, Young and Whet were
Melbourne out of weekend in championship. "He was the finest forced to give up w point because I
'4'participants. a field of about 400 gentleman J have ever played. pool they were the only two from the .j j
with"%Mid Young __ Starke Lodge. "I beJJve we could have .jI
Young, veteran winner
of about 20 taken the three would
not if
.. other tournaments in Each lodge was supposed to have top we I
the past, had to have had a full team;?' Young.
says '
r>ln about 50 games in the two day, l'i i
\ single elimination eight ball tourna-

J rf-you ment.l lose Single one game elemlnatlon you are means out. if Rebels Take Second PlaceIn _

]M Jimmy Luther, also of !:
Starke, ,
I"..made it into the finals of the tourna Softball Tournament ;

-of ment.the He last and nine Young district have won eight Lawtey Rebels took second'place.In :while the;Reoela 'a.d)
ships. That tournament is held champion- a home-town Dixie Youth Invitational' :The Rebels lost earlier the tournament '
'month and covers Moose every girls softball tournament after suffer* to the Beacons 7-4. then lathe
I mile radius of this Lodges aX70 their only two losses' to the championship final 11-8.
area.-- Callahan Beacons, SaturdaY Aug. 7, Macclenny's Bombers took third ,
: : "I've won plenty of tournaments at the Lawtey Elementary baseball place with at, 2-3 mark. 'Two other
.: !:before> but this was the hardest I've field. Lawtey .teams the' CUbbettes and I II I
;.,t; ver played in," says tho new cham- The Beacons went through the tournament Rowdies also ,participated in the
pion. unblimisbed, with.a. 4-0 record tournament along with CIC of St.
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; .. Augustine and Jacksonville Shipyard.

.. .*Kelly Sikes, of Callahan was 'voted '
as the most valuable player with a

RE-ELECT .770 batting average. Vickie Overman
from' the 'Rebels took the Golden

Glove award, with a .720 fielding -. -
E.W. .average. .
1 JFq ,u. ""Everythingwent very smoothly Sharp Shooter...
I without a hitch.'.! said President of the I
Al Young demonstrate his technique that helped him Young won the Loyal Order of Moose state championship
Lawtey Dixie Youth
Ass. Edward
HODGESJR.COUNTY wlm the two trophies In the picture. Last weekend in Melbourne.

M. .Crews./. _n -

Florida'Team Takes National Title
.:A tougn. rasadena: Lakes Jr.. Boys back to win nine straight to pull out of -
COMMISSIONERDistrict Softball ,team that took"'the,, state the losers bracket and take the national Ei-;
F championship in Starke In July wenton title.Starke's.
j to take the national championship
f in Tifton. Ga, last.weekend, Aug. 67. Jr. Stars, coached by Lea
4 Boone, placed fourth in the state
The Pasadena Lakes Swamp Frogs tournament
lost their first.game then had to come ,that was held in Starke: ; I TY
; County At Large


?" j;h; BECKER
Will Work Hard To Serve All The People

t, Of Bradford County Fairly, Honestly, Impartially
I School Board '
;, Local Businessman Taxpayer { 1} J ) 5r
; Owner Starke Paint Center t District 1 Democrat Ft

:: < Born in Bradford County, 53 Years of Age. I 'have always been an In- 1

Graduate of Bradford High School dependant thinker.As .
Active Member First Baptist Church, Starke
school board
Member American Legion Post 56, Starke your L.xY L.
Twice Chairman of Board of County Commission representative, I will not be |lust 1 '

President of Bradford-Union Association of ,a rubber stamp for any one person ;S J

of Retarded Citizens i'n r or group. I will listen to and ,, ovW/ fI
Member of Bradford County Fair Association consider all sides of the Issues

G Memhar, Board of Directors, Past Chairman, North I want to hear your ideas now

tr' Central Florida Regional Planning Council and will continue to want to
,;i Chairman of Legislative Committee
hear from if I elected.
;: For Regional Planning you am :

e Attend Many: Out of Town Meetings Working together we can have a

ri 1 Concerning County Administration ., ''quality education system.. for all
1r! Good Counties Don't Just Happen, students. ;<"
t. They Are Planned '

0">J Jfj .. ... -.-.. ... ..,.A. 'WorkeV, for _Lower. Taxes_ and Better Government' ,.... AIIV 'P RENT.TAXPAYER, EDUCATOR

: 'z:,; ';Working"vVlYH' YOU,to Improve our schools.
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EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT :Moyt\ 2, Box 472..' .. FOR REZONING The rezonlng of the
-- OF.FLORIDA IN' ,WaycrpM., ''G. rla AND AMENDMENT OF following described property Tipping the Scales...

AND FOR BRADFORD. ';31501, YOU ARE HEREBY .THE LAND USE PLAN and amending the Potential Bradford Cowboy Clarence Edwards HI, left was one of the
t.;;.: r I COUNTY NOTIFIED that an action An ORDINANCE amending Comprehensive Land new players to sign up for Pop Warner football at Westside field last week
-- ERR' CIVIL ACTION for Dissolution,of Mar. '. the Comprehensive Use Plan to provide that and watched closely as Mr. Don Roberts weighed him In.
'Co... No. 83-331 ,,1 age hgs/'been, filed, land Us. Plan EI.m.ntond land currently zoned OR
FAULKNEf1RERLTY' ) JOHN'R.' FITCHETT.; >against you and you are _, Map by Bradford and designated by the
II Husband and JUDITH| {i.S required! ,to\ serve a copy County, Florida, In accordance plan as Agricultural be Pop Warner Football
FITCHEn;Wlf*.' .. of your written defenses,; with the local rezoned to Cl, and
NOTICE OF SUIT'' If anyt9 l 1f""on the plain ,Government Com designated Commercialthe
,.1m rtlff.. .who.. prehenslve Planning Act
'NO PROPERTY'j! 'attorney property of Ron C.,
DG4-50G5 name and' address. IsDudl.y I of 1975 os provided for In Davit, described a* Positions Still Open -

I 1 LI3I'1f .' P. Hardy,, P.A., Chapter 163 of the follow: S acre locatedIn
"L lOR A9.a ",O. Drawer" : 103,0.:' Florida Statutes. North 1/2 of South 1/2
Stark..''Florida 32091. TO: All Citizens, Taxpayer of lots 9 and 10 In Section There are still positions open in the Mondays. Tuesdays and Thursdaysat
C: -Sf.221 ,-. ''dAi'iSTNh..llJ. And;flle: the. '.prIgInalt and other Interested Pop Warner football program which Westside Park from 5:30: to 7:30:
13, Township S, 12Eo.t
ariw a With' the clerk. 'of the, Persons. Range gets under way Sept. 11 in a KeyctoneHeights p.m.. A $35 registration fee must be
.. I P I. mile north
li f 9FFIcEHOuRs: J- T ....:. ; .b.fore..S.ptt.: 3;, .19 1: hereby and herewith 301. Lawtey on First games for the program start Cheerleaders and players will holda
} Mondayt 5 Saturday t J2"oe" Hwy Sat., Sept. 18. car wash at the Bank
r yts .' r otherwise 0, ,udsa-ment given notice In accordance You are further given Community
maybe entered against with Florida The program is divided Into five this Sat., Aug. 14, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m.
Our saloi associates you.for the, relief" Statute that the Boardof NOTICE that a copy of divisions or teams. Mighty Mites are .. $3 will get a vacuum and wash
know when look fot" demanded the com- County Commissioner aid proposed ORDINANCE for ages 7,8, and 9 year olds that are and $10 will get a wax job and the
I Investment opPortunltJu"hefllln Int I I. available for
between the of 40-75
weights pounds. works.
afl th petition:. of Bradford
I town or ovw plaint r your Inspection at the office
And thtt" and County. Florida hovedesignated There are seven openings on
Country we have WITNESS hand
my of the Director of
,;expc n to tic yoIt, IJCt the seal I of ,qk) Court; on the Bradford Zoning and Planning." team. The Jr. Pee Wee group, for 8,9, Cross Country I
( I'' and 10 year olds that weigh between
financing at sans you can Aug. 6; 1992.; County Zoning and Plan- Bradford County Courthouse .
afford.! 50-85 pounds has nine openings left.
; .ailb.rtS.8rown.Cl.rk'' ning Board to conduct a
Uves: find them Starke, Florida. Nine and eleven olds bet To .1
f "'w4Tl help 11 As el Said Court public; hearing rat a ten, year Begin Monday
;' Clerk Each and
every person
L for { + : 65-100 pounds are eligible for the
..you. held at
: t i Marion.McRae : regular meeting
1 -"ty .AI Deputy Clerk' 7:90; p.m., In the Countyomml..lon having any Interest Pee Wee team, coached by Rudolph Cross country runners for Bradford
whatever In enactment

Hutcheson. Twelve openings are left High School are scheduled to begin
I" (
1l l OWNER WANTS TO TRADe this 5 ... 2 b thbriclrhom I ...',11'3.. ." .Ichg..oi 9/2, Bradford meetingroom County of this proposed in that group. practices Monday, Aug. 16, startingat
'. ORDINANCE should
appear Ronnie Thomas will be 3 .
coaching the
horn In town.
for tiQ'TjCI Courthouse Starke,
and ,
30 acres ... ,
and be heard the
le '''f.- at
Jr. between the of 10-12 Boys and girls interested in
Nt I Midgets ages running
wiltlot. be f.poMl.bI.fQt 'Flolda. Tuesday,
te Far Rent ''P V on
t Houses and Apartm. time and place prescrib
PROPUULe5eNN271. ;: '. : ooyondebts 'Aug. 31. 1902. and make that weight between 80-115( pounds on the team should show up for the
Property Management S.McooAppraisols' ........ recommendation to the ed. Ten openings are left on that team. Monday practice.A .
:' ", yl"y.own'! Woyn. Norman .Board of County Com- BOARD OF BRADFORD. 12 openings are left on the Sr. good turnout for the team is expected
; Sows}a. Feulknr-RIAlTOR-t4-50eS: DnlI..nnOWlll aa.oeunL ,-, ,-.. ', "4tpd. 8/5 B/J. ", llSlon." and the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Midgets team which is for boys ages by assistant Cross Country
Irene I.'''''''''.'.UAlTO..ASSQCIAT.U.1.2 polu..C mruoe l' ,.:. ;: Board 'will consider on 12, 13, and 14 and weigh between Coach Buddy Revels.
Luclll.pry-.CK..SALESMANM4B4Mu. Iqu.IttouuKOrponunxtr0lr NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO Monday. Sept. 13. 1982 By Gilbert S. Brown 95-135 pounds. Vernon Barber will be 'If we get all the runners we are expecting
Walker ASSOCIATE 445t REGISTER. FICTITIOUS. at the same said place at Clerk coaching that team. to get we should do at !least as
r -- NAME. 10 a.m. ,Ordinance. 8/12 Itchg Openings are still left on the good as last year," said Revels.
a NOTICE .\S' HEREBY cheerleading squads and registration Last season both squads made it to
;QIVEN.Thot; th* under ", for that will be cut off Aug. 15. Region 1 competition for the first time

; signed vnder th* provl- . Registration will take place on since 1977. At the meet Bradford
AllCTUON p.f. I ;:1IoM :V/Stlon. ,863.09. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED came in sixth in the girls division and
t hl f ':Florida. ..Statute, will,, REGISTER FICTITIOUS The School Board of tenth in the boys out of 12 schools in
;register wU| the Clerk of NAME Bradford County will Grid Organization the district.
Jth .Circuit Covrt In and' Expected to be returning from last
j Pursuant to Section receive bids on swill
It } lore Putnam\ ; .County. 865.09..Florida Statutes, from all school Meeting Set FridayAn year to give leadership to the squads

FL Thurs. Aug:1 Tf11AJyfLOCATIONt : FI tI4Q,,iipon) receipt,of notice. hereby given cafeteria on August 16, organizational meeting of the will be Linda Dewitt and Richard
: Lake City, ; -swoaf kOf lIcotiot':... !hot the undersigned.John 1982 at 7 p.m. Interested Bradford High football team Is set for Warren.

Bft \ ,this nocY.rrt folf awing r.- Curie. Jr. D/IA Individual must bid on 9 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13, says Coach ,
ftt All sales In Todd[Taitof. >ow /"btt.n oill"DaalatV 'fictlttau name,',,ito-wW: Suzuki of .,...., sole or each school separately' David Hurse. -

of 400 N. Marlon St.. Lak. City. Fto. I i Curl' SuzukI el Stark. |alnt owners, doing listing the. school nom* Practice officially begins for the r
ship :.r. : 1 "under whlctt lei)k engage huilnss under the firm and th* amount bid per varsity Monday, Aug. 18. Coach
17 PRIME COMMERCIAL 4t: :-. ., .-.*d In bu..lnM of 1640 $., name of Curies, SuxuklKawasakl month for each: school. Nurse wants the players to gather
f' Jf.a: ., Fkj. of Starfcintends Individual may bid on Friday so he can get them organizedto
:& DEVELOPMENT'PROPERTJES, :t.: fa* ," "::'I<;'''J'' .\ .'J"'rI > fa.'register" fie- .one oral II) schools., start practice Monday morning.The .

offered for the hit time In this rapid growth area Thy*. _/_ .. .tf1 ei/tht, tltlounome under the Successful bidder.must. Junior varsity will report for its
An kw..tmt opportunity .. person solery Interested aforesaid statute. provide suitable con for first praetlce-MOIIdayAU8..23 a. .
Oldsmobile > '
C mMp '
long 1.lt of valuable, parcel. /Include the' Powers M propertyU.S. jpn, the sold. bvsfnes. ks a.> Dated thlr 2nd day of will to be placed In at a.m. Egyptian women during the3000's
Other .
i will b olfrd In 9 parcel* } ,
Strt ([ 441)) which pnrp. '., .t.
Ma,1on _
facing 4folishe*i' .. 1982. Failure B.C. wore wigs.on
U.S. and : .... 0 a? August each location to
90. StOGge priela .
Servk Station on '
I downtown lots. a 'siLdiqge i '"JOHNB:
tla locoloM are for ., ;'::/"' .. ,"'trsn <.. \ .. ...,...OJILESa.... ....,.,, ej 0/"! 4tchg B/36 keep can wash area .- -
t .
) ,It1f'' clean shall be groundsfor
SELUNGr'Own.rbulwlndnow .. .' :; :
I REASON FOR ; ,. ka.et' :'ftloliltl4S' -.....-.. - voiding award with

all holdlnga. \" : ; ; 1 return of Flo. one lot of wood roll and
i' and liquidating l-w % ', no money.Interested NOTICE I. hrby' Tile Co. Nople :
._, l .r. .r..j '.:."
.. BALANCE 30 and drawer stick consignedto
DAYS lot of
TERIML 25% DOWN .*' persons given that on Monday. one lamps
I : "<:; must have bide at the 16. 1982 at 1000'o'clock hades consigned to National Martin Steven.
erchwre Aug.
far .
Write Inc.
Phon. or. k t ,O t.
t ..OKEIt' /*. 9' **, ,'ti t ; ) : Realty,. Brodford County School ; A.M., the under Furniture Co., Ft. Miami, Flat one lot of.
a A ". Board Administration Gator M. ..... Flo. for flourescnt lamp consigned
.!' .to',): t aVi ', signed.: parts
I. ...., 'Ii.r". ,: it : ,;:t.J.fJ,838 rf ; ) Building not later than 7 Frelghlwayt, Inc.. will, waterbed consigned to to Gulf System
Yu' r//
.. -_ ,Praperty with u. I r s I... U. So Tred.rk ...-: ''-:' "",1t'hI.r: 0\-\t : ) Y 964-8931* 'or 4733906L p.m.: August 16. 19U. sell at public auction for All American Inc.. Ft.Lauderdale Flo.,
.:' "'., ; :i :: Send bide to(: Dolor** cash at 2179 Com- Waterbeds, Ft. My_. to satisfy fr.lght'and
Z ![B'1IIIl1' I I v' l I I I. .... ,''ya ,.wIO L FOR THE MONTH Morgan. Coordinator, m.p .weallh'' Ave.:, 'I
:\".. ,, '' t, )".'St'jt.I .. :::1: T M11.. bedroom furnished MobilenVon Bradford County School ?Jacksonville. Florida co,igned to the provision of Section

1823 A N. Magnolia I Awl OCALA FLORIDA' tiUnnsee l ".'1r,!, :... > It. I'OC. low ,down and assume "rood ServIce. 582 North 'en. lot of Marble-sink' .Bay ..Marine ,lncv. 4b( ) of Uniform Standard
BioksrLICINIIIX e P hue sM..n.J"1 '; r.:" 't.. t8a. i'--li $10.300.; Tempi Ave.. Stark. top consigned to Walter Charlotte Harbor Flo.; Silt of .

;; ?. ,. ,_.OMO $ B; ',! "INS',YRIDi, 'I tP- "'\\i: "' 5*:... .: ".:.: 'sI 'Florida. 32091.7/29 3tchg 8/14 Building Naples.Flo.j Supply pallet Co.of 4, one consigned lot of sign to Advertising and part Gator Frelghtway Carrier5S me

V pc. tile consigned to Dlx- a Sign Co.. Miami. Flo 2tchg S/12
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lM.' ," Lisa Tierney puffs up to take a hard header that finished the season up
.. swing at the ball during the triple for the Jr Softball League. .
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Lisa on first base... TED .

Lisa was safe at first base and Is
.r i,. looking to go to second. OGLESBYSCHOOL f 'p'

The Champs in Jr. Softball... BOARDa
Fetecla Aaron Kim Johnson Chrystal Allen Chris
I The Cubs: were the first place finisher for the Jr.Soft Tucker, Kelsey Thomas, and Shane Green. Back row-
ball League after the season wound up last Thursday Linda Smith, Wanda Bishop Rowland Schafer Chuck District 2
night. Smith Link Bishop Bo Bishop Clarence WIlliams
They are from ll-rit front row- Theresa Bassett, Rachel Allen Coach Bish Bishop,and Melanie Jackson.



Let me continue to serve

the children and citizensof

Chuck Smith! catches this one Bradford County as I
for an easy out at first, duringthe
triple header Jr. Softball have for the past 23 yrs.
meet Jast' Thursday night.


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kvlffiGreg I EVENING SCHEDULE, 1982-83

.2 (A State Supported Community College :serving:>> Clay, Putnam and St. Johns Counties)
CLASSES BEGIN: August 30.1982 CLASSES END December 16,1982

Section Course No Title Credit Time Day


-, .:' :::r. :;:. ._ ._ .... .,. 0110 GEB1011 Introduction to Business 3 7-9:45: W

.. ...... .. 0111 ACC2111 Accounting Practice | 3 7.9:45: M
; d.+g _'_ .--. -...L-9L9s'--4i: ,.. .'., 0112 FIN 1100 Personal Finance 3 7.9:45 TH
0113 BUL2111REE1000 Business Law I 3 7-9:45 TH
Gets a Good Lick... 0114 ** Course I: Introduction to Real Estate 3 7-9:45 T
I .
Greg Thomas gets a lick on this one during the A's-Brewers game last Thursday night. Principles & Practices
.r.rt 0115 REE2041** Course II: Real Estate Principles & Practices 3 7-9:45 TH
0116 MAN 1943 Work Experience I 3 6-6:50 T
...- 0117 MAN2944AAAN1943 Work Experience II 3 6-6:50 T
0118 Work Experience I (Law Enforcement only) 3 4-4:50 W
0119 MAN2944 Work Experience II (Law Enforcement only) 3 4-4:50 M
del 0120 SES2160 Word Processing I 3 7-9:45 TH
0121 SES2161 Word Processing II 3 7.9:45 TH
0122 SES1100+ Beginning Typewriting 2 7-9:45 M
t 0123 SES11IO+ Intermediate Typewriting 2 7-9:45 W
0130 ENC1101 Composition I 3 7-9:45 M
0131 SPC2511 I Argumentation and Debate 3 7-9:45 T
0132W SPC2594 Forensics Lab 1 7-9:45 T
0133X SPC2594 Forensics Lab 1 7-9:45 T
t G 0134Y SPC2594 Forensics Lab 1.<' 7.9:45 T
I 0135 REA1105* Developmental Reading ...r13 7.9:45 M

.. : J :I 0136 REAl 105. Developmental Reading 3 7.9:45 W
,! 41 0137 MUH2111 Music History 3 7.9:45 W
\' 013W MUN1301WMUN1310X Viking Singers 1 7.9:45 M

,.,...... 013X Viking Singers 1 7.9:45: M
,"t. "" "' 1, r' "" 013Y MUN1310Y Viking Singers 1 7.9:45: M
I .. bwt '.
t. .. MUN1310Z 1 7.9:45
.. ,.. 013Z Viking Singers M
1" : : 0142 MAF1001 Marriage and the Family 3' 7-9:45: W
'tt/:! .. .t." 'J""*.';";.,, '' : 0143 EC02013 Principles of Economics I 3 7.9:45: T.
.' N 0144 POSH 12 State & Local Government 3 7-9:45: W
,. i-.,, .. 0145 POS1041EDP2002 United States Federal Government 3 7.9:45 T
wtiI ", '" .-,", ,. ?:.':;::.;:> '" ,; ; .
t 0146 Educational Psychology 3 7-9:45: TH :
--- 0152 BSC1010L Lab for General Biology 1 7.8:40: W ';
0160 MAT1024 Elementary Algebra 3 7.945: W :
Todd Catches One... 0161 MGF1113 Fundamental Mathematics 3 7-9:43: T ;
Todd Gillenwater gets this one in the air for an out at first base,helpint the 0180 COP 1120*+ ,COBOL Programming I 4 7.9:45: M ':
Royals in their 4-0 effort against the Padres. M+ 0181 COP1160 RPG Programming 3 7.9:45 TH :
:tyf 0182 CJT2110 Introduction to Criminalistics 3 7.9:45 M ;:
0420 GEB1011 Introduction to Business 3 7-9:45 T '.:
Cubs Finish First in Jr. SoftballStarke Lob Fee Required "Examination Fee +Lob to be arranged(;

Jr. Softball Leaguers finished Royals took the third place spot
up their season last Thursday with an 8-7 record the Padres fourth LOCATION DATE .' .. ": :? TIME
night Aug. 5, in a triple header that and the Brewers fifth, both with 5-10 Palatka Campus(T106)) 'r August 16-20.25.26 "" .:: 8:30-11:30-1:00-3:30: :
left the Cubs in the first place position records and the A's took up the rear a =3:
with a 9-7 win over the second place with a 4-11 mark. t EVENING REGISTRATION
Expos. .... Palatka Campus August,30, September 6:0O.8:0Q'
The Cubs finished out the year witha i4; Keystone Heights High School August 26 '' ', -, 6:00-8:00: :
12-3 record and the expos were right : --.
behind with an 11-4 season mark. ALL FEES are due at time'of registration. Textbooks may be purchased during registration at all/ local] (
Other action during the triple tions. EVENING STUDENTS may register at DAY REGISTRATION as listed above. .:j:
header saw the Royals beat the This Expo player shows fine form
Padres 94 and the Brewers taking the pitching the ball but that 'wasn't SEPTEMBER 3 is the last day to register for DAY or NIGHT classes LATE REGISTRATION FEE FOR DAY1:
A'S 131. enough as the Cubs took the game7. CLASES will be charged AUGUST 30 through SEPTEMBER 3., -j-

f. < .
: $16.00. . . . ... . . ., . ., .'. .. . .... Florida residents fee per credit hour-
Vote & Elect $36.00. . . . ." . . . . .Ouf-of-Stat. or foreign student fee per credit hour?
: $ 8.00... . . . :. . . . . . . .'. .r. .",' ,. ., .. . Laboratory fee::
$15.00. . . . A. . .. . . . . .Application fee (only If fee has never been paid);.
;s' :W1: W R. Bill $ 3.00.. '". . . i. . . . . . . .'. ..... ..... .r..t. ... . .Examination*::
; ".1"I; ''', 0 $16.00j. .. . .. .*.. . . . . . . .'.. .:..'. ... ...'. /I. > ,Audit fee per credit hour;:

'i1d:' /:..< !;'':iI..t"' t', ::1. ACT EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS :

: ALDERMANCOUNTY Effective Term J1982.. students! who enroll in Composition I &.11 or,any moth course above Elementary:
.:;, '.,.Algebra musthave, theVesults: of the ACT examination on.file." Prior arrangements, must be made:
through'the. Counseling. Office. ; "' ', ',4'' ', '.
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PALATKA 21 ', y' \ "', ., ,' '900am.

} 1ti"J': > IP: \ District 4 Democrat SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL NOTE
;: v: .Senior.adults. 60 years of age or older, who have been residents of the State of Florida for one year,

N r' Y r Y'Your Vote & Support Appreciated available"may apply basis.for admission and register for classes, either day or evening at.no cost on a "space

n Prt nor SJRCC is an Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution


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A Special Feature Section Containing! Informative 'Items 7r I lr '

B t that Affect Residents of Bradford, Union 'and Clay, Counties ; ,:., c 1 CW Ptn, Ma'JT1T Tld Is

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I Starke C.D. office preparing for a disaster it hopes will never come I

written and edited in Starke for a national -
Ry Mark Friedlin you can take it for granted that they better idea than we do of what it takesto election year, 1980, when Ronald audience. The group also puts called "Survive."
BCT Staff Writer know how far behind them we are." survive." Reagan campaigned with a promiseto lout a newsletter on alternate months = ;-
Not too many people around here "The whole idea of any nuclear at- Ironically, Murphee credits the cur- "re-build" the country's defenses,
realize it but the one of the area's tack would be wipe out as much of the rently popular grass roots movementto including civil defense.
most unique publishing enterprises, functioning parts of society as possi- freeze the testing and deploymentof The plan to spend more for civil Buy This Dome For
The Journal of Civil Defense, has ble. Whoever survives with the nuclear weapons, which has been defense has been both supported, and
been going on quietly now for the past largest part of their society intact passed by a total of 198 city councils attacked by critics who say that any 12 Years
15 years at its main office in Starke. wins the war and they seem to have and 14 state legislatures in the coun- funding for civil defense is un- 1RQ 9
The magazine put out by the Starke been preparing for this very thing for try since it began, with helping to nesscesary because a full-scale # .O FinancingPer
office has a national circulation and the past 20 years." revive the idea of civil defense. nuclear conflict between the two Month w/10/ % Down
lists among its contributing editors Murphee says the Soviets have "We agree with those groups in superpowers would be so devastatingthat
and writers some of the most devoted more than $4 billion per yearto principal,just as we have agreed with "the living would envy the
respected names in the atomic civil defense, including the all of the broad based ideas of the dead. A 14x52 2 bedroom
energy, weapons and research fields, "hardening" of various vital industries various peace movements that have 'IJhis\ is nonsense," Murphee says.. beautiful ,
_ .. .... all of whom are apparently,deadly medical installations. and come and gone during the past 25 or vEvryone-tioesn't Jivejn' or near a
serious about the importance of civil government buildings in an effort to so years," Murphee explained. "The target area, so to assutne that there front & rear with frost free
defense. ensure "maximum survival" in case problem is that they have had such a would be no survivors of a nuclearwar
Interest in the civil defense field, of attack. bad track record in telling us that no is, in my opinion, a dangerous
and the debate over some of its goals "The Russians have had experiencewith threats existed when, in fact, there misconception. And one, I might add, refrigerator deluxe furniture
and aims, has been revived recently war firsthand when they were Invaded were many on the horizon." that the Russians don't seem to be ,
by the Reagan administration's em- twice during the two world The subject of nuclear attack making."
phasis on greatly increased defense wars," he continued. "They have a received more impetus in the last Murphee's bi-monthly magazine is cathedral ceiling ceiling fan
spending and some of the administra-

the tion's greater creation spokesmen national of shelters who effort have and be urged safe put zones thata into Truckers must file new tax form by August 31 place for washer, wire for dryer,

for urban the possible areas in evacuation times of crisis.of crowded Owners of most large turcks, truck- following the month of first taxableuse. combinations, and buses with a tax- house type front door wi storm
"The civil defense idea is a concept tractors, or buses must file an IRS The return must be filed with the able gross weight of more than 26,000
that seems to ebb and flow in the national form 2290, "Federal Use Tax Returnon Internal Revenue Service Center for pounds.
consciousness depending on the Highway Motor Vehicles,"by Aug. the area in which the taxpayer's prin- The tax is imposed on those door removable hitch. Free
seriousness of the world situation at 31, 1982, according to the Internal cipal business, office or agency or vehicles using any public highways,
thi time," says Journal Editor, and Revenue Service. legal residence is located. which includes federal, state, and city &
Sfarke resident, Waiter Murphee. The highway use tax applies to roads. Revenue from the tax helps delivery set up, anchors ,
"We saw an unpsurge during the "The tax period for the highway use highway motor vehicles, including states in financing the Interstate
Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, then the tax begins July I, 1982, and ends June single unit trucks weighing 13,000 Highway System, Langone added. steps full 1
idea seemed to take a backseat for 30, 1982," said acting IRS district pounds or more, 2-axled truck- Form 2290 and IRS Publication 349, year warranty.
awhile and now there is a strong in- director for Florida Anthony V. tractors weighing 5,500 pounds or "Federal Highway Use Tax on
terest once again." Langone. Taxpayers who first used more, 3 or more axled truck-tractors Trucks, Truck-Tractors and Buses," -
Murphee has run the operation in vehicles after July must file Form regardless of weight, trucks of 9,000or can be ordered by writing the IRS or WftlM. tl24I2B .>
Starke for the past 13 years,and says 2290 by the last day of the month more pounds equipped for use in by calling 18002413860.

he considers the concept of civil ..;;:::.-... -"-- -. -q- .. :t' -- a 0100W
defense one of the strongest defense ,- ..
measures the country can take. U""J'I I .NII
"The whole idea of a good offense is I
Lake Butler Farm Center "
defense ; ;1
a strong Murphee says. "If J __.-L-L-: __
we had an adequate civil defense
gram the Russians would never be fIitII Hwy 121 S. Lake Butler
tempted to attack us. They have been ret\\ \ *llaY ; >*
building up their civil defense program ic 496-3921 *

ever since the early 1960's and *5 e ds QPEN M-F 7:30-5:30: Sat. 7:30-12:00 *Ch aware

..P rl Gals
for CarlucciSet \\3.n\S 1Yay
Reception ic 71v
We Carry: ne
for Fri.
NightA ;Ii: A Complete Line of -, SuncoasterModel I
reception honoring State Senator Posts
Joe Carlucci has been set for Friday Tin &t Purina Feed and

night, Aug. 13, from 7 to 9 p.m.at the Health Products Floor Plan
52x24 Overall screenedin
Masonic Hall in Keystone Heights. ,
This reception is being given for a Square Balers Round Balers
group of local citzens called"Friends porch, paddle fan.
of Carlucci." O'Dann Richardson, Hemp BalingTWINE Plastic BalingTWINE Plastic BalingTWINE
spokesman for this'group, says, "We
hope that all citizens from Keystone
Heights and surrounding areas will fif. .._"
come meet and talk to Sen. Carlucci :i=. r(..-. I-:: L-J ,-=1
regarding matters pertaining to our 9000' Bale 9000' Bale 20,000: Bale ..-' LI .
Sen. Carlucci's district now includes $ $ 50 r 1O6 12 I J It ..8.,.. ,.,.., lib .11 /
I all of Clay County and a portion 150Bale 1950 $2 c_ / t
( of Duval. Refreshments will be --,.. :
served. Bale Bale. ... ... -- .
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Raiford Fun Fest Chlordane Steel Toe Wolverine 6-8-8 ) ..... -- 1w I IJ .

set for September 4 BEDROOM LIVING J PORCH
40% Organic Garden 47" AmericanField .
1 Gallon Size$3880e 14 5.,2 172" 12' I 10. 12 .
The Industrial Complex of Raiford
is sponsoring a Summer Fun Fest Fence
Saturday, Sept. 4, at the workshopsite ,,. Boots __
on SR-229 in Raiford. 5 Gallon Size $14000FERTILIZER $6400
Money raised will be used to sup- ton Roll,
port developmentally the sheltered disabled workshop of for Union the *3450. -sat. $ 3 8 00 per A truly Energy

County and to sponsor Special Olym- Pr. Cattle Dust Bags
pics in the area. ,- Complete Lineof
Booth space will be provided free Efficient HomeOnly
for those not selling items or 23 per. Wolverine'Boots' Animal Health Products
cent of profits for those with items to at
sell. 50# Happy Dog-
A parade' "is'planned for Id( ajn. '' 5V Crimp Metal..ROOflng 29 Gauge
Dog'Feed' John Brown
Other activities will be gospel Home CenterHwy

music, clowns, puppet shows, '. 10% Protein 8'! .. 5USbeti 10'>. 641s"'ll"' 12; 77,Sllee|
movies, balloons and arts and .
; 21 N. Keystone Heights- 473-3775

items crafts.will Baked be available.For goods and. other food' 1 I 785 ;14' -' 9"sheet :16 10"s ..1 : Where you'll find a great selection of 12-14 & 24 ,wides

more Information contact Mary ,
Thornton at 431-1428 or 4311898.


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Minnie Survivors include two daughters, calls, prayers, and other acts of kind- there several months ago. Mrs. Col- and Elder Wilford Jordan x, Bradford County Hospital
S. Parrish Mrs. Thelma Stansell of Lake Butler ness extended during our hour of son was the owner and operator of the services. Burial was in South Koch's Drugs and employees,
Funeral services for Minnie S. Par- and Mrs.Aletha Clark of Interlachen; bereavement. Special thanks to Halle several beauty shops in Bradford ng Cemetery, Sanderson, Fla., nurses who were sent to our home
rish, 91, of Lake Butler, who died four sons, Tifton Parrish and Curtis Funeral Home, and everyone for the County and surrounding counties. She the direction of Jones Funeral Up John Health Care Services,Mr.
Monday,Aug.9 in the Starke Nursing Parrish both of Lake Butler, Leslie lovely services rendered. May God was a member of the Church of the of Starke. Mrs. Halle, and anyone else who
Home following a long illness,will be Parrish and Gray Parrish, both of forever bless and keep each one of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. anything before and after her
today Thursday Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. In High Springs; one sister, Mrs. Effie you in our prayers. Survivors include one daughter going."
the Chapel of Archer Funeral Homeof Babb of Kissimmee; 19 grandchildren The Family Teresa Riser of Orlando; a son, of Shellle II. Lyons Mr. &
Lake Butler. ; 30 great-grandchildren,and Michael Colson of Brooker, four Card of ThanksWe'll C.C. Anderson, Annie B. Ander-
Rev. Leo Sherrill will officiate and two great-great-grandchildren. sisters, Edna Hart of Ocala, Maude never be able to say In .
burial will be in Elzey Chapel Pearle E. Colson Strickland of Wildwood Ella Moodyof how helpful your prayers,visits,
Cemetery under the direction of Archer Green Cove Springs and Dora ding the night when necessary,
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Card Pearle E. Colson,72, of Green Cove Beasley of Gainesville; and four you sang with mother, food Barbara B. Naylor
Mrs. Parrish was born in Bradford of ThanksWe Springs died Friday at Bradford grandchildren. whatever you did during the period Barbara B. Naylor, 58, of Melrose,
County,living most of her life in Lake the family of the late Mrs. Lila County Hospital after an extended il- Funeral services were held at 10 her illness that helped us to be able Monday,Aug.2,at her sons 1 home
Butler. She was a member of the Alexander, wish to express our many lness.A a.m. on Monday, Aug. 9, at The help her better. Keystone Heights, following a sud-
Trinity Baptist Church of Lake thanks to everyone for cards,letters, native of Starke, Mrs.' Colson Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Thanks for the services rendered
Butler. telegrams, donations, food, visits, came to Green Cove Springs, from Saints, with Bishop Alan Townsend Jones Convalescent Center, Dr. See page three...



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":: Heights. :< i i I;.192:$,. i,Mr, had lived ini Mr. Parrish was a life long residentof and 25 greatgrandchildren.Funeral in Elzey Chapel Cemetery, under the S
I Heights Union where he services held Wednes-
den illness ,Keystone since November of County owned and were direction of Archer Funeral Home of \
0-=' Born In TiTre: Haute, Ind., on Nov. Joseph William McCor- 1981. He was a Portestant and a operated his farm until he retired. He day at 2 p.m. in the Little Springs Lake BuUer. 5
29 1923, Mrs. Naylor had moved to mic disabled. Navy,Veteran of World War was a member and deacon of the Lit- Primitive Baptist Church with Elder
53: thIs area in January of this year. She II: tle Springs Primitive Baptist Church. I
"Was a member of the Episcopal faith. Memorial Funeral services will be Survivors include his sister[ Mrs. Survivors include five daughters, 534 people contact Citizens with questions and in- )!;
Survivors Include two daughters, held at 4 p.m. for Joseph William Mc- Dorothy M. Johnston Bockman of Mrs. Christine Leggett of Gainesville, quiries about Insurance can receive t
Ms. Nancy Naylor of Keystone Corm,56, of Keystone Heights, who ,Keystone Heights; and two nephews, Mrs. Corrine Stark of Alachua, Mrs. State Insurance Com. assistance by contacting the Service
Heights and Ms. Jan Naylor of San died Monday; Aug. 9, in,,the.V.A. ,Daryl H. and Malcolm M. Johnston, Armontine Osborne of Lake Butler, Bill Gunter, Florida State Insurance Office In Gainesville. 1''
Diego,Calif.; one son,Stephen Naylor Hospital,Gainesville,following a long both of Gainesville. Mrs. Mildred Everette of Trenton, Commissioner, announced The office is located at 4424 NW 13th 'I''
...of Keystone Heights: her father, illness, at DeWitt C. Jones Chapel. and Mrs. Nancy Champion of today that 534 people contacted the Street, Suite B-ll, in Gainesville,
Frederick: A. Ballard of Harrodsburg, Rev. Buddy C. Friendlin, Pastor of Jacksonville; four sons, Lowell E. Gainesville Service Office during telephone number ((904) 3720458.
-,.,Ky., and four grandchildren.Burial the Keystone Community Church, Julius E. Parrish Parrish of Worthington Springs, the month of July. This office provides services for
was held following cremation will officiate. Jones Funeral Home of Samuel E. Parrish of Palatka, J.C. The Service Office handled inquiries Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist,
in Harrodsburg, with local arrangements Keystone Heights was in charge of ar Julius E. Parrish, 78, of Lake and Charles Parrish, both of Lake from policyholders with Levy, Marion, Putnam and Union {
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Speed Returned secution Involving post-dated year8\'Coming to: Bradford Inmate Joseph' Amodea; 55, was was charged with.driving while intoxicated
In an interview with Speed on Just three years ago he has found to be missing from the prison August 7. ,, .
To Custody day while he was in Starke he said ,involved in 'alot" of, real estate when the 7:30 a.m. head 'count was Griffis. driving a Mazda station-
.,. a Carl Anthony Speed,Jr.,32,of Brad- had done nothing wrong and was but it is unclear. if any were made August 4. Amodea was recaptured wagon, was stopped by police on
: ford County is back in custody,charged trying to help a friend out. completed. : near a chicken farm approx- Orange Street, according to Lt
#t with writing a worthless check in Speed said he has a big deal J> : has been charged by federal, imately 2V4 miles north of Lawtey. on Mosher. ,
the amount of $500 to Century 21 in ding and when it comes through and local agencies with forgery, US-301. Bond was set at .$300, Griffis was
I t. I Starke. will be able to clear up the eiting, fraudulent activities, Originally from Canada; Amodea is released on her own recognizance.
I Speed was arrested in Dunnellon Speed said he likes Edwards and and burglary,. according to serving a three-year sentence, for
I August 9 on the warrant from Brad- wanted to help him and he records burglary of a dwelling in Palm Beach Frazier Edwin Walker, 65, of
{ ford County and was released under a that Hall was an evil person after of Alabama, Speed now County, according to prison, Investigator Savannah, Ga., was arrested by the
$1,000 surety bond. ching her in court. for'i to turn everything over to the Sgt. Perez. city police for driving while intoxicated
Speed received much publicity On August 11 the bondsman Bureau of Investigation and August 10.
recently when the$2 million check he Marion County surrendered Speed straighten out the mess. Arrests Made For DI Bond was set at $300. Walker was
gave a Gaineville lawyer proved worX the authorities. He is being held the meantime Speed will be in Thomas Edward Rodrizuez of Lake released on his own recognizance.
;... thIn s. until the Bradford County County Jail under a Geneva was arrested August 8 for Fender Benders
him to Starke. cash bond.
il < June Speed gave a $2 million returns disorderly intoxication and resisting
......... .Jt post-dated check to bankruptcy Speed was arrested in Starke arrest with violence. Wilhemlna Petteway, 19, of Starke
,. lawyer Valerie Hall as part of a deal June for writing two bad checks Rodrizuez was arrested at the was cited for having no valid drivers

.,. ;.x ..h-.t Jt 1 to keep another Bradford County Pantry Pride totaling $282.29.when Inmate Bradford County Hospital for using license August 3 in a traffic accident.
man, J. M. Edwards,Jr., from losinghis charges were dropped loud profanity. He refused treatmentat Lehman D. Spence of Waycross,
farm in a court-ordered aution. covered the checks and paid the the hospital and was transported to driving a 1981 Ford Bronco was stop-
When the check bounced Hall learn- costs. for only one night an escapee the Bradford County Jail, accordingto ped at a traffic light at the intersec-
ed that Speed couldn't be charged The background on Speed Lawtey Correctional Institution Patrolman Jerry Miller. tion of South Walnut and Madison
because the state law prohibits pro- "'he"has.. been in trouble with the law aP1l'ed!! August 5. -S Streets. Petteway, driving a 1979
Plymouth pickup, failed to stop and
Timothy Henry Byers, 22, of ClarkSt. struck the Spence vehicle which was
., in Starke, was arrested August 8 pulling a trailer. According to
and charged with disorderly Intoxica- Patrolman Jerry Miller, Pettewaysaid
tion and resisting arrest without her foot had slipped off the
violence. brake.
Byers was found laying on the Damage to the Bronco was $100.
YlJ11versar: sidewalk on several occasions and Damage to the Plymouth was $100.A .
told to go home. On the fifth time he
"11 was approached by Patrolman Miller 1972 Oldsmobile received $350
IL.\M he was place in the patrol car and damage when it was struck by a pieceof
3rd taken to Bradford County Jail. animal carcus falling out of the
Byers was released on his own back of a vehicle August 4. The acci--
recognizance. dent occurred as the vehicles were
traveling north of Lawtey on US-301
Arrests For DWI The truck driven by Paul Davis of

James Henry Dean, 53, of Starke, Hawthorne was pulling a homemade
trailer. Michael Lee Settles of
was arrested and charged with driving
Jacksonville the driver of
was the
while intoxicated August 6
Oldsmobile, according to Trooper
Dean was stopped on Old Lawtey
5 Road, according to Trooper D. C. Ethridge.

r 5JY Roberts.Bond was set at $300. Dean posted a Following an accident on Prevail
129 699W cash bond for his release. Creek Bridge south of Starke August 7
; the driver was cited with failure to
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1 --- Men's Ladies' ( 1 ville intoxicated was arrested August 7.for driving while failure ing.Grattan to have safety chains for tow-

== J. Savage, 20, of Baldwin,
WPullover And \1I' Ramsey was two miles
Screen Print : ; i stopped
south of Starke driving a 1974 Buick, driving a 1979 Ford truck, was north- ,
% to Don Roberts. bound on US-301 pulling a trailer with I
Tee Shirts Novelty Tops bahroorftissue according Trooper
1J t> an old vehicle on it at approximately
100% cotton tee Knit tops in solids 35 mph. The trailer started to
."O: 1.1IIWI oiiENT Eva Jeannette Carter,26, of Starke sway
shirt with transfers I'f'7.. and stripes. Boat, _- T4 was arrested on US-301 August 7 and and came loose from the trailer hitch.
and screen prints. f=='. /Li. crew and v-neck charged with driving while intox The trailer struck the guard rail on "
Includes popular styles. Fall colors \ C r icated. the west shoulder and came to rest on
sayings and prints. --=4 1"' in sizes SM.L. the bridge.
j Cll Bond was set at $300, Carter was
\.. "... \ Slightly irregular F o.\I'Z':" \ : : released under a cash bond, accor- Damage to the trailer was $25, ac,
........ Sizes SMLXL.. -:- 1 / / ding to Lt. Eston Mosher. cording to Trooper Calvin Pace.

.11 Iii OH\ ',, I 65 Oz. Lois Wilson Griffis, 53, of Raiford Two vehicles were slightly damaged .
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:\ Underwear and collar styles. II SUPREME Havoline supreme lOS7'1'lIUC ,. Patsy Coleman Waddell ,of 4,Starke by
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. "r'" ". John Greenf elder .. Reviving Dying Trade _,
By Linda Wharton woodworking profession alive at who is also an excellent carpenter,

I ;:.;; "It' a dRy ng trade,'says wood- Keystone Minor C Heights.Industries just north of says ideas Greenfelder and resourses business, pooled speczaiiztng their skills.>in'r,. ;,(ta':; .'\."it,: \.. :. :. + i...' IK' ; I

craftsman John Greenfelder who is Greenfelder and Keystone State! woodworking .
I ..:.:." doing his part to keep the custom Bank Vice President Minor Catledge custom: furniture. Is locatedIn fi I
Their woodworking shop
: : 1! .'1'\ r iir I1 the other'half of Hinson's Garage 4
. building on north SR-21,
, They not only start from scratch to i.
:?' create antique reproductions,but also T'
III.W; "" will restore authentic antiques. :'
r ..;.. "If they don't have some sentimental -
attachment for their owners LJ
won't do it." says Greenfelder of
.,. restoring old artifacts. "It's not easyto ...
copy what they (craftsmen) did 100 -
years: ago."

He is in the process of replacing a [ y' t tS
shelf in an antique china cabinet for a ;
customer. The shelf had to be handcrafted 1 !
''',.'' in order to match the other I
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shelves. Another relic he plans to p-'S .
....., restore soon is an old badly bruised 1 \ \
and damaged Singer sewing machine _

: \ .table.Woods used in their shop include ; :! __'

l't oak, pine, cherry walnut and poplar.If ,..
:.:.. l a customer requests a certain type .. rA :, ..
of wood Minor C will get it if they
don't have it in stock.
"You won't see any plaster or parti- 1. .
'i: cle board (sawdust or compressed ::1&
I : : wood board) around here, says
Greenfelder.Much 61.E '' ..:.
/ of the work Greenfelder does, .' """".i.f "'_ '
"- he designs himself. A customer can
i yt1Yf.f tell him about what he wants and in no .
time at all he has a sketch and is B--" ...
ready! to put his plan into action.

The talented craftsman also copies
furniture from magazines and store John Greenfelder precision cuts his wood for new custom made creations.but .
." ads and many times sells the
reproduction for much less than it
; would go for in a retail store. is light enough for little tykes to '-rt
l f move around," he added.
Right now Minor C Industries has "Nothing is glued, either. You can I
several glass topped wagon wheel coffee take it apart, pack it away or Grand- In
.1. wt, tables for sale in addition to oak ma's can even ship it," he added. Y R,
end tables, and quilt racks which are G (
'.' becoming a popular feature in homesto This item can be seen right now at b 'Y i
:. day. Also at the shop is a hand- Art-I-Factory on Lawrence Blvd. -
I crafted cedar chest and an Early jLLAL:
N American style hutch. along with a solid oak Larkin desk V "
r1 which is a copy of a piece made bet-
"o. End tables built by Minor C In- ween 1800 and 1850. r"y 6
'" dustries can be disassembled for easy } ry

.. moving, stacking and storing, Originally from Detroit, / 1 I 1,
another unusual feature not often Greenfelder and his wife Diane mov-
r found in store bought furniture, say i ed here from Gainesville and opened .h, ,1r ,
:4tw.; ,..., Greenfelder.One their first shop here in February call- rrri
.... specialty item is an old fashioned ed Wood Creations. They soon out Pi -e
rocking horse. grew that location, near Spring Lake S) ii ti i
.. Grocery and moved closer into townto
"It is designed so it can't hit point of a bigger facilitv.
Just Right... balance," says Greenfelder,"It won't
turn over" Prior to the shop in Keystone,
Greenfelder was head for
::_ Greenfelder repairs antique china cabinet "It is even strength tested for ZOOlbs Atlantic Yacht Company carpenter in Palatka.



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Jim Powell 440 Lawrence Blvd. {
of its contributing writers in- out west, that are literally making CD program. See ten President Keystone Hgta..FI32656 \
clude respected scientists in the shelters out of entire houses" he ex Earlier this.year.the_Senate voted page
nuclear field one of the best know be- plained. "Houses are being built into >
ing Edward Teller,who has been call- hillsides and other underground sites
ed the"Father of the H-Bomb"for his that are perfect shelters in a nuclear 198,81ue Bell inc (
pioneering work on the prototype of attack. This total concept Is I''
America's first fusion device. something that we endorse very ,
Another project the Starke-based strongly." .'
organization is invloved" in right now "The whole idea is to make
is the production of "Mettags", ourselves into a lousy target," he
brightly colored medical identification said. "The poorer target we are the HERE COMES
tags that are used by emergency less likely we are to attacked. This is
medical teams at plane crashes, an age-old concept" and we don't see
floods, fires and other natural and any reason to change it now."
man-made disasters. The Reagan administration's civil
"This has been a good project for us defense program got a new breath of
and they seem to be accepted by life on Julv 29 when the House of Stumps andWRANGL1t j

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changes over the past 20 years A y u'44y

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emergency personnel all over the Representative voted down an'
l country," Murphee explained. "We amendment by a 240-163 vote margin 1k
make them here at the Starke office that would have cut this year's p
,' and our orders are increasing all the authorization for civil defense fun- J ,'.. -. 'J .
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The tags are used when there are "The 3.2 margin almost exactly ;.: : ; d
large numbers of injured, or dying mirrors a recent Gallup Poll questionin '.:
I people to care for In the aftermath ofa which a 3-2 margin of citizens ques- '. '. \ 1'j'
disaster, such as a plane crash, tioned supported more funding C for theWhen ,'
when time is of the essence and Identi- ''- :.,
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\ fying victims who "need the most ." ...
I help in the shortest possible time" is a .
: number one priority. ..1< :
f, The Mettags produced in Starke I Id : 'i. '. .-
were most recently used when Pan- ::
American Flight 179 crashed shortly "f.i
after takeoff into a crowded New ra ,.
Orleans suburb, killing all on board .
and killing or severely injuring a
number of residents in the crash area. l s, ;x
The cards have / :
color-coding to '-...
direct medical teams to the most
critically injured victims so they can "-
be transported hospitals in the fastest r t '
possible time. 1
"We have a very good response to
the cards so far Murphee explained. ...
: "We have sold them to'other civil fa'IR, am

: defense organizations, airports, ,. k+rrr
..' hospitals, municipalities and states
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buying carpet, getprofessiona :
,; since the project was started"The
I assistance in
:. effect of public scares like the'Cuban computing the yardage '
ii:: Missile Crisis are always tem- ":
I needed. The reason being i
porary, however, as Murphee well the installer jI ..
professional can
Knows, and he urges the Federal .
Government to get serious about the save money by figuring how to .
subject, using two other countries, get the most out of carpet pur ..
Sweden and Switzerland, for an ex- chased. .
ample. Carpet is normally manufac- -------------------------------I
"Not many people realize that those tured in 12 ft. widths and there II
two countries have some of the best can be a great deal of waste if I Get a $2 $5 or $10 refund by mail.
protection facilities in the world today the the installa- ,
The Swiss, in particular, are tion person does not doing know how to use I Mail this certificate and proofs( ) of purchase to: Wrangler Cash Refund I II II

said.almost"And obsessive it has certainly about it,"paid hee for carpet to its best advantage. I Westville .08093 Stumps I II
match but
Patterns have to at
t declared them, in the their last neutrality two wars and they have their the same time, waste should be I am enclosing proofs( ) of purchase from the following Wrangler clothes along with I II

people have survived the two most kept to a minimum. I sales receipt (with circled Wrangler price) from<< each item. Please.send my $2, $5 or $10refund Bradford Square Shopp1rig"Center I II
See the when to *."' *>' '* '
devastating wars in history with a professionals : ,: :
bare minimum of casualties. I took a selecting carpet. Stop by our I t.' t. { 301 South Starke I Ir.
Phone No.
visit there and I was tremendously showroom and let us help you I Name ; '

most impressed of all with, their their precautions mental attitude,and carpet.with any problems concerning I I Address ._-_, ".. _',''. .. t. ""1': I

'about the is positive." I City State..1 I' 1' i I LP I
subject .
On the of backyard bomb- Refund" "' d iS Refund [#!$10 Refund7' .* i '.
shelters, the type that enjoyed: I Check One: D$2 -t < I
trcvnendouspopularity in the 1950's.and Teal Tile '" .' ". ,- -. 1 pa'roforch.I ; .1 pair of(cords and HM pair of cords,/71, Proof of purchase on waistband.
early 1960's, Murphee says they I ... 1 Wrangler! shirt. shirt nd' pair of Proodslofpurcheseofdenimieensft I II
of increased & Carpet \ "'k 'denim' and cords is waistband size
may be in for a period l" if ,' : jeans? ; ,af tag Proof II
I L:......ted( of purchase for shirt Is paper tang;tag. I
as weU.The Thw msute mutt tit ,
{ Idea of the backyard bomb 131 N Cherry St. r nctrtbv: 'tow Lmc one round xr caoAcxa Unit mrSwW O.t houMlipU Wbefti Allow' e w cta 0f-pC of relbntt ON...pfc.. "\ (

shelter will probably never be as Starke; Florida L -..-.--J..t"-Onty.- -Ut<-laIfteI.lr--- ........- -. -". - __ 1 -. LlLLtL .J
popular as It once was, but now we 964-7423 q 1.' : "
are seeing some people in some of the :' '; .. I ;
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;; t .) Richard assistant tional Institution,the last six months : also started as a correctional officerat
I ', Dugfer. at of which he was acting superintendent. FSP. Strickland served three yearsas I
\'., Florida State Prison since 1979, took superintendent"probably the ';
IX{", over August 8 as superintendent of In 1978 he was named assistant most stressful job in the prison t
,, that institution. superintendent for programs at FSP. system," according to Vernon Bradford ,
Dugger 39, has been with the Since 1979 Dugger has served as spokesman far DOC. ,
I Department of Corrections systemfor FSP's assistant superintendent of FSP houses the state's death row Inmates
r1 : 14 years,starting as a correctional I operations.Strickland. and is the state's only maximum '"I ]
officer at FSP.Replacing also a native of Bradford -
security prison.
C. G. Strickland, Jr. who County spirit H years at FSP. He \
aF+l has been of Community reassigned as FaciLtes superintendent for- 4 Ply Polyester Fiberglass Belted ;

Region 2 of the DOC at his own request ,. "Size FET Price Size FET Price
Dugger plans no significate Pedestrian Injured In AccidentTwo P165/80D13/ 1.63'29.88 P165/80013/ 1.78 '31.88
changes at this time. He hopes the P195/75D14/ 2.18'32.88 P195/75014 2.37'39.88
( \ prison will continue to be a stable *
facility. parked vehicles were sightly Pedestrian Marlane Collins Nettles, P215/75D14/ 2.38'37.88 P215/75D14/ 2.41'41.88
\ Dugger, a native of Bradford County damages a pedestrian slightly in- 22, saw what was happening and at- II P225/75D14/ 2.61 '39.88 P225/75014/ 2.79'42.88
attended local schools and earneda jured and a glass door wrecked in an tempted to hold back the vehicle. The i I i P215/75D15/ 2.46'38.88 P215/75015/ 2.84'43.88 I
rJ t \ degree in criminology and correc- accident August 10. vehicle knocked down Nettles, P225/75D15/ 2.66'39.88 P225/75D15 3.13'45.88 ,
tions from FSU. Dugger is married A 1980 Plymouth and a 1979 Mer- sideswiped the other vehicle and ran j P235/75D15/ 2.96'42.88 P235/75D15/ 0.00'00.00
\ and has two children. He has been in cury were parked at the Griffis through the sliding glass door of the -j ji
r the Florida National Guard for 13 residence east of Starke. One of the residence. i Alignment .
9q years, serving as a sergeant first vehicles was occupied by two small Each of the vehicles received approximately : FDctOry 1-I J Road
I II class with the 20th Special Forces. children, one of which turned the $85 damage. Damage to j Tr.ln.d $ i Hazard
I Dugger spent four years as a cor- switch on in the car and the vehicle the glass door was $600, according to : Specialist I 250 II
rectional officer at FSP then returnedto started forward. Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. I I Mast Can t Light Trucks J Warranty
q FSU in 1968 to complete his educa- I I *8" whin you ulchlll 2 new tlr..J? _
I tion. While there he worked part-time
in the DOC central office in BUILDER OFFERS i a .
Tallahassee. He then worked for two .
years as a classificiation supervisorat 10% INTEREST WITH I Tire Balance COMPLETE I II
Sumter Correctional Institutionand FULL SERVICE 3.00 ea. I.
vice in as 1972 an he examiner began four with years the state ser- *No Down Payment *No Closing Cost GARAGE Moil Cart A Truck FOREIGN CAR

parole commission.In Owned Operated by REPAIRSCORBETT'S
1976, Dugger began a two-year With Over 20 Models to Choose from rata Dean Corbett
Richard Dugger period of service as assistant Built on Your Lot I TIRES & SERVICE
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12,023 Pot Plants DestroyedLast I I

Wednesday deputies from the found In a patch aT the edge of a Items Available In All ,G&,Stores Aug 214,
Bradford County Sheriff's' Department swamp on timber company property
I distroyed 12,023 marijuana in the Santa Fe Lake area.
I', plants they had removed from a patch The patch had been under Back
. August 3. surveillance for some time but no arrests -
This is the largest patch to date the have been made at this time,according -
department has located. The plants, to Investigator Don Denton.
ranging from 5 to 12 feet tall, were + r >htIs
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Color'TV'sAntenna's 24x36", 25 cents each. Used Is Believing I 212 Call HOMI PARK mobile homes tires. W* pick-up $100: ORDER COOK day of the week. For more /1rui1lle19at' ;

In printing newspaper. St., 9 a.m. to 5JO p.m. and spaces for rent You deliver, $125. Olin. t COUNTER Information contact Susieat

Great for minor repair Ya'll come see us at aur Recreational vehicles Mobil Horn Sales, Hwy. Experienced, Year round 964-4226. 7/29 4tchg I)
I Spec In r.c.IvlngChannel' job. Bradford County new location.,,3/Krfn welcome. Phone 468-2912. 100 W Stark. 964-5606. wart Camp Blending Service 8/19 :
: 30 & 47 TFchg Club. ,Start Fla. I
Telegraph 96 4-t305. tfn. SATURDAY AUG. 14:9 a.m. TFchg PROFESSIONAL dressmaking LREALTY
782-3577 CARPET NEW I USED: Furniture til 12 noon. 502 Legion Ter- LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR, 1 ROOMMATE NEEDED to 533-2050. Itchg 8/12 clothes .
9 am 7 p.*. T2,3 IfI & appliances. roc*. Stark Itpd 8/12 BA on Crosby Lake. Par. share 1/2 of three LIVE-IN to take care of Invalid have beautiful ''

Plumb. fixtures and pipet. RAIN OR SHINE: Spinet holly furnished. One yr. bedroom house In nice man. $75 wk. Must made to fit |lust you. Cull "__ 1 :r

BARGAIN CENTER US-301 upright piano, fruitwood lease. $223 per mo. Welgel neighborhood $150. Call drive car. Prefer woman. 964-7600 *xt. 261. 8/12 _:__ PHONE .964-7776 h! :

FOR SALE So.. 9646679. 2/5 tfn office desk trundle beds, Realty. Inc., 2825201. 1/28 964-7669 after 5 p.m. 7/8 9645855. ask for. Lucille. Itpd .- .
DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN too much to list come by tInKITCHENIFFICIENCY tfn 8/12 Hn1INFORMATION NEW BUSINESS Need a 'tvSSSSu l 205 N.. Temple Star_ :

FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF HOUSE 301 South. and see you won't walk BUSH HOG: Work A tractor ON Cruise sign? Sign painting In my ;

COATING $29.95 5 gal. 964-6740. We buy and sell away empty handed. ROOMS for rent at low work. 9648129. 8/5 2tpd Ship Jobs, Great Income home. 964-8548. 8/5 2tchg :
Flbered Snow p.r Whit. used furniture and appliances. Children's school clothe*, weekly rates. Call Tempi 8/12 potential all occupations.Call 8/12 BRADFORD VILLAS offer new concept In lifestyle with low

Mobil. Horn Roof Coaling 8/13 tIn1ECONDITIONED all sizes. Follow signs off Motel 964-7357. 2/18 EOW TO BUY OR LEASE Minimumon. 312-741-9780 Depl. CARPENTRY remodeling maintenance, charm, comfort, and quality, together with

; $34.93 $ gal. Stark TVS Col- Pratt St., going toward PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished yr., 2-3 Bit house on 2120. Call Refundable. and additions. Call energy efficiency. ,.
r Paint Cntr per 964-8181. ors starting at $100.00. Sarasota Heights, Sot. ft efficiencies and 1 1'/. 4 acres tillable land. 8/12 2tpd 8/19 431-1200 or 496-2821. Itpd SPECIALS

4/13 tfn Trade-in's welcome. Phone Sun., 9 til ? Itchg 8/12 BR opts.. weekly or mon Also need good slxed 8/12 I Neat 2 BR frame home In town with screened front

MISC. PUSH lawn mowr. 9648212. 6/11 tfn GARAGE SALE: Green Acres thly. NEW FURNISHED storage area minimum20'x20' PERSONALSERVICES LOCKSMITH-BURGLAR porch. Must see to appreciate, $24,000.

$20. 2 .1..1 garog door. FIREWOOD: Whit. oak and Sub. One mIle wett Starke STUDIOS. 2313 N. Tempi Anywhere In ALARMS: 24 Hrs. Service.' Mobile home, 1265. 2 BR with family room added .

$150 ach. Exercise cycle, pin*, $5 per truckload; Elem. Sot., Aug. 14, 83. Ave., Stark.. 3/11 Hp 9/02 Stark area. Preferably 9645849. 1520 South some furniture, stove A refrlg., completely fenced lot
$40. Color TV antenna Oak ......'., $30 half cord. Lounge chair, fertilizer.spreader. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for between Stark. and terms cash.
Walnut St., at the Outfit- $22,500 or
Call Sunshine Acres, air conditioner On 16 E. Close Lawtey. Write Box Holder, '
$25. Mini blk.. n..d. rent. Hwy. Rt. 3, Box 544.C, Callahan, BILL'S SAW SHOP: Completesharpening ters. 5/13 Hn $19,000 with $2,000 down 14% for 20 years mo pOly.
964-7699 or com out baby Items chlldrens and to prison. Call 4681323.
repairs $30. 3 t.n speed Fla. 32011. 8/123tpd 8/26 service, circular $211.40 stove, rerfrig., natural gas, frame home on nice
9:30 and 2:30
bikes need $40 : a.m. : adults clothing much 4/1 tInMOBILE
repairs hand, carbide, lot In
each. 4682340. 8/5 p.m. and we'll load for more. Low prices. Itpd HOMES FOR RENT: HOMESFOR city. .
812LHASA 2tchg you. 1/28 tfn 8/12 mile from Stark. city MISCELLANEOUSBICYCLE chain. mower blade hollow Attractive 3 BR, 2 B brick home In Geneva lake :
ground and balanced. SALE Estates. Fireplace, large screened porch storage
APSO, 3 white, 2 715 N. WALNUT: Houseplants limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. garage
brown AKC 9 weeks old, CHICKEN HOUSES: locatedat for sale, a few odd Call..68.1323 tfn Leave at Jackson Building bldg.,fenced garden, sprinkler system, well landscaped,
Fla. Good REPAIRS (most),
964.7012.8/5 2tpd 8/12 Lake Butler, dishes, etc. Thurs., Fri. I 2 ROOM kitchenette wall to : and Supply In Starke, Keytsone FOUR BEDROOM 2 baths overlooking scenic pasture.

CHANNEL CATFISH: finerllns lumber, 2x8's. 2x4's,roofIng 4x4. Sat. Itpd 8/12 wall carpeting and all complete New stripping In Heights or Lake Butler den, workshop gardenarea. Colonial brick with boy windows on 1.7 acres, near

by the million Disease post and aluminum SEVERAL FAMILIES: Sat., utilities furnished. painting. parts TFNchg Lots of trees. Country Club. Assum. mortgage. $39,600 at 8'/i%, double
feeders stock Will fix It like pecan
free, Patrick. Fishing waterers, also curtains cages etc. For Aug. 14, 3 ml. west of 964-7184. 7/8 tfn want* It. Also, bikes you for ALCOHOLICS Cool shady, quiet fireplace appro 2353 sq. ft., a superb value for$85.000.

Paradise, Tlston Ga. capacity of 4,500 chickens.The Lawtey off US-301 on Hwy. I BEDROOM apartment sale. Used 20" bikes ANONYMOUS Phone $"6,000. Phone 964-5610. Just what you need 20.14 acres .secluded yet near

((912)533-5043.) 8/5 4tchg above to be salvaged 125 follow signs. partly furnished. 964-8<429 wanted any condition 964-5148 or 967619. 6/10tf chg. town. 3 wells, 2 septic tanks. owner financing.
8/26 Chlldrens and adults after 5. TFchg New large, brick home Starke Golf I Country Club. ;
and moved. For Information with bill of sale. Com see JIM WALTER 2 bedroom 1
I HOTPOINT twin turlin air clothing. toys, household IN WALDO 3 BR, 1 bathhouse :
call day 496-2266 : us. George II, and Logan at SEWING MACHINES bath home to be moved off Huge family room with fireplace, the belt designer and
; conditioner 27,000 BTU. night 4542285. 8/12 2tchg goods. Trl-Chem products. $175 month. First George Ricks Salvage, 301 REPAIRED: All makes lot Asking $18,000. roomiest closets In town. 3 BR. 2 beths, 2 car garage,
1 clothes Itchg 8/12 last a $100 No .
$150. K.nmor. security.
oiled and adjusted. lot.
8/19 N. 964-518<4. 8/5 2tchg 8/12 cleaned Perfect Lake home many extras corner
: dryer $75. 1 ar.omotor FRI I SAT: Aug. 13 and 14. pets 4681509. 7/29 3tpd
FIBERGLASS TOPPER IWB. $15. Work 964-6359.7/29 4tchg 8/19 Beautiful brick home with ac., appro 2800 sq. ft. *
$50. 10 AM til 5 p.m.. 408Redgrove 8/12
pump Roy raised $150 Also, 1/2 MOBILE Jams $58,500 at 111/4%
roof. ; guaranteed. enum. mortg.
LOVELY horn, 3
Crawford Rt. 4 Box 196, St. Turn right TWO BEDROOM mobile country
hp Sta-Rite pump and tank Strickland corner MorganRd. bath * * * *
: Stork., Fla. on Bayless before bridge on E. Call St. homes. Call 964-5261 or HOMES bedroom, 2 newly
used 2 months, $300. EvenIngs and 16. LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET
TFNchg -
Ladies and chlldrens Hwy remodeled rool, I
; i Highway, 1 block from 964-6112.8/12 2tchg 8/19 new on
:! church. 8/5 2tpd 8/12 and weekends call clothing girls bike, lots of COOL N' COZY Furnished FOR SALE CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install acre of ground In mid 40's. Klngsley lake. Brick duple 1600 sq. ft. appro 90'

: ROOF AIR conditioner for 964-7801. Itpd 8/12 misc. Reasonable prices. efficiency Including most ed. Fr....tlmal... Handy. Call MaxIne 1st Realty of on water, some financing.

: travel trailer. Cools good, MARLIN 30-30 Winchester 876 rifle Itpd 8/12 utilities. From $80 to $120 12 x 65 MOBILE HOMF with Man Fence Co., owner Gainesville, 377-5813 or Hampton Lake. Beautiful view, one of the finest

: $250 or best offer McMahon, like new.St.. $135.look for THURS 1 FRI!: Like new train per month. Inquire large 12 x 25 front room addition Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. after 5 call 964-8412, 8/5 homes on the lake. $152,900. $75,000 down, owner financing .

<,,164-6279.8/5 2tchg 8/12 school bus next to Pizza set, HO seal, with 4'x6' grey house 208 N. CherrySt. with fireplace A extras on tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER 2tchg 8/12 for qualified buyer.

AIR CONDITIONER: Central Hut. on US301. Hchq 8/12 landscaped scenery $100; ltchg8/12 2 1/2 acres off 301 N. ofStark. REPAIR: Call BY OWNER: 3 bdrm 1 ath, Lake Bedford. Owner financing at 12'/.% for welt
unit, with heating and coll clothing misc. Grlffls 12x60 MOBILE HOME on one .. 9645449. 7/22 the Office Shop. 110 W. LR. den at-ln kit., maintained home. Sales price reduced to $55,000 with

ing. Three ton. STARCRAFT OFFICE DESK: Space Saver Loop look for signs, acre. Unfurnished with 4tchg 8/14 Call St., Stark, for details. Mother-in-law or guest $20,000 down payment.

ALUM. BOAT: 14 ft.. 35 hp with file drawer. Hardly 964-8950. Itchg 8/12 stove and refrigerator. 24x60 Doublewide Mobile 9645764. tfn house. 100'180 lot. Beautifully wooded lots 4 A 5 Geneva Creek. Appros. 1

M.rc. with trailer Call used, paid $169. Now $59, FRIDAY AUG. 13: 8 a.m., $165 per month plus $100 Horn with 4 tn air conditioning GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Cypress Ave, Crystal; Lake Ac. each. Emery lane $15,000 ea. or $28,000 both.
527 N. St. lots of
782-3122 after 7 p.m. Itchg with Samson chair $65. Cherry deposit. Available Aug. unit. $2.500 down Doors windows etc. Homesltes. Price firm Silver Lake. $3' 4 BR. 2 aA, fenced, large enclosed shed,
8/12 clothes, all sizes. 8/12 15 coil 9645734. 8/12
JACKSON picnic area.
toke over payments $34,000. 964.7187 after 5
: Crapes chairs; one slightly used ttchg $195.80 month. 12 9646078. Orders also and weekends Lake Let on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.
Longneckers Farms AVAILABLE AUG. 15: Four per yrs. p.m.
$125; on. 2 yrs. old. owelng. 964-7359 or taken In lake BUtler Access. Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.S110.OOO.
U-Pick' light and dark CARS bedroom unfurnishedhome
take SR-26 2 miles East of $85. Will negotiate. POP. on Griffis Loop. Call 9646018. 8/12 tfn 496-3079 and Keystone FOR SALE: In the country. 3 BUY NOW a PROFIT LATER

301 at Orange Heights. 1 UP CAMPER Coleman, TRUCKSJEEPS Sat., Sun. and Mon., or Heights, 4734973. 2/26 tfn bedroom house on 1/2 Keystone Heights, lots II. 1*,20 on Point View Rd. I

3/" miles North see signs. cables sleeps need 8. replaced.New stove Canvasses after 4.30: other days. $250 HELPWANTED BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK acre with carport. Would Jasmine Ave. o".rlooklnIlK.y.ton. Lake 56<400 cash.
Government SERVICE: Bradford County Appro 40 acres of prime Bradford County farm
Open Mon-Sat, 86. Sun. need repair or per month plus $150 like $2000 equity and someone property
day. 2:30: to 6:30.: 475-1151 replaced. HANDY MANS Surplus. Listed for 3196. deposit. Call 964-8704. .residential pump-outs, to take up In the heart of the Strawberry County, Rd. 225.

& 473-2702. 8/12 4tchg SPECIAL: N.w $3,400. Will Sold for $44. For Info. Itchg 8/12 ,,$50...We.also re-lay droi ., payments of >$!36.10-per Neat .CB home with pecan trlt4f..lal.a, and beautiful.
LIMEROCKt Septic tank rock, sell for best offer. WOOD (3129311961.) *xt. 2729. NICE ROOMS. for rent. TV $60 PER 'HUNDRED'paid (or lines Phone 944-812U,. mtkjj located out near lawn. first time offered ,

conrete rock P-gravel; coquina MOLDING: 1,000 pieces 7/224tpd8/12 and air, $50 per week and- working with ,mall from 5/28 tfochg' :"':"! Laura Baptist' Church'. :.''ll' I In';;*' .' ", City" -Wat*>/m strWer; four'lot*.'$s7oMMbV.t* -/ ". .

shell building sands assorted trim. 3 for $1 and <8 PONTIAC: EX $400. runs up. Wall to wall carpet. Home! Experience un PROFESSIONAL Car Cleaning ;' terested call 964-5882 after .Lok* Butler-One acre, double wide, pool. j
and top soil. Phone good call 9648134. 8/12 Call 964-9992. ask for necessary) Information .
up. 876 McMahon, Service. Cleaned, 10 a.m. 8/12 2tchg 8/19 Bessent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.
7823172. Allen Taylor.Lowt.y anytime. (Look for school Itchg Hazel. 8/12 4tchg 9/2 send self-addressed. washed vacuumed, 8 3/4% MORTGAGE: Three 'Frame.3 BR, pecan trees, 2J9.IT on paced SRD.1$. 1.635
Fla. 178 TOYOTA Excellent stamped envelope: J.S.Associates
8/12 bus next to Pizza Hut on : UNFURNISHED stove, 'sanitized, and deodorized. bedroom brick home Ac. High S. Dry. Reduced to $20,000. Good Buyl'Owner I
IZxtO MOBILE HOME $4295 condition. 2-door. AC, central P.O. Box 726 near
: US301.) Itpd 8/12 refrigerator, $7.00 plck.up and In 3 BR. CH/A. 1500
Financing Lawtey Appro
cash 1976 Ford Pinto station AM/FM radio, 3000. Call air/heat provided. 2 Elizabeth N.J. 07207. 7/22 Starke Country Club. Must
BEAUTY SHOP: 240 sq. ft., delivered or place. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway
your iq.
8/21 have call
wagon, AT, AC, PS 782-3848. Itchg 8/12 bedroom 2 bath kitchen Stchg $10,000 down
must be moved. 3000. Call 964-7226 ask for Den 7.99' Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 1440 MH. metal barn
and radio and heater 1978 MONTE CARLO 305: dining roam living room, LIVE-IN to take care of Invalid 431-1044 or 964.65"2.8/12 pecan
$1095 cash. Phone 4734790. 8/l22tchg V-8 automatic AC carport utility shed. No man, $75 wk. Must' nis. 12/10 tInFAMILY 3tchg 826kza p.ach. apple trees. Grapevine. $38,000.

473-4508. Itpd 8/12 MISC. ITEMS Hurricane AM/FM, cassette, excellent pets no children. $300 per hove car. Prefer women HAIRDESIGNERS Lots 63 a 45 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesltes. 4900.

PENSACOLA BAHIA HAY lamp old fashioned $15 condition low month. Call 964-5496 any 964.5855, ask for Lucille. -Comm.rclaILot with 120 ft. on US-301. Good buy!

Excellent quality. Highly socket and wrench ..t. $1;; mileage, $3,500. Call after time. 8/12 Hn 8/5 tInINFORMATION 144 W. Call St. Geneva Lake Estates- wooded ac. lots, terms. Clean
fertilized Weed 6 ,782.3121. 8/12 ON Cruise '".7303 t hills. Tennis
free, Electra AM/FM radio, $5; p.m. Itpd FURNISHED APARTMENT: neighborhood w/rolllng courts.
U-Pick up in field when cut. Channel Master transistor, 1971 DODGE pick-up. Six $140 per mo., plus security Ship Jobs. Great Income Open Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park

$1.50 per bale. Lennard $2; GE can opener $5; cylinder, price: $950, call! deposit. One infant allow. potential. All occupations T.W.ftF.' tll 5:30 9 .5 Acres near Hampton. Well d.c. pole septic tank.

'.. Register Jr.. 473-3305 Stereo, $20; Uniform hat.It. 964-5119.8/12 2tchg 8/19 ed. No pets, 964-8071, call 312-741-9780 Dept. Th..... 11 AM til 7 PM ....71 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd. n

.!after8!_ p.m. Jtehg 8/12 brown, $8; Patten CARS $2001 Trucks $1501 Itchg 8/12 2120 call refundable. 8/5 SatAMtil3PMAppointments .40 Acres New River. Hloh end ,01U..... ..
Available at local Govt. 2tpd 8/12 -- -> -
leather holster and belt THREE BEDROOM HOUSE: Realtor 0"'" REWARD complete, $8; Schick electric sales. Call refundable, CH/A, no pets. $200 per RESPONSIBLE PERSON with Not Always Necessary Old Lawtey P.O. i!"

LOST razor, new $5; basketball 1-714-569-0241 .xt. 5121 month. 964-7824. Itpd 8/12 common sense needed! 1/7 tInNEED $12,000 DW M.H. on 1 Classified Ads
for that shows Job Included merchandise { :
directory 3 BR. 2/ BATHs. large Classi.ed-AdsJ> >It
shoes 12
$1; sz. $8; EXTRA MONEY Interviews
BEAGLE In vicinity ac. $26,500 e 6 ac.
SMALL how to purchase. 24 display snack-bar set-up. Get
you den with n
master BR. Results
"' Creek skin machine, $5; vac- are being taken for $10,500 ..Owner fin. on Ge.H. ..' 'b'h :
of Alligator cleaner $15 Setlco hrs. 8/12 3tpd 8/26 fireplace separate dining Inventory control, ,, .. 'JI't'J."r .2
: top.r.cord.r :
Ranch, 101 S. 1977 GRANADA 6 miscellaneous office work, Avon Representatives. Call all. -nuI! :) .
Hwy $15. Griff Loop : cyl., room and living room l'Ve,
Answers to name of 9645685. Itpd 8/12 4-dr., AT, PS PB Vinyl top, large kitchen with bar and cleaning offices and snack Ramona Craps.. 7823068. COMMERCIAL .1

"Tipple.. Tattooed in GRAPES WSW tires, FM/AM and CB dishwasher hugh shadedlot bar, etc. Monday thru Friday 7/224tpd8/14 RESIDENTIAL, "

t ear 6398. Family pet. : Large; scuppernongandmuscadine grap.s.UPlck radio. Clean, 25,000 miles. with plenty of pecan Waldo Flea Market I NEED MONEY, you need ACREAGE MOBILE HOME

f 4-7512 or ''-5195. easy picking. Open 964-6148. Itchg 8/12 trees. $350 plus deposit by 468-2255. Itchg 8/12 clean home. Lets work 904/782-3931 SERVICE; potts tkf'
SURPLUS JEEPS. Cars and appointment 7823741. LPN: Paramedics. No late together. 964-7514. 7/29
day Lilly's Vineyard.
"Common is instinct every Florahome. 12 miles east trucks available, many sell 5/27 tfn shifts, full-time work near 4tchg 8/19 904. / 782-3836 HOME. 100; AMP -

sense of Keystone Heights on for under $200. Call RENT TO OWN: A New Rolford. Call manager, P.O. Drawer 'M" M60.00
and enough of it is genius. Classified Ads
c 312-742-1143) *xt. 609 for Baldwin Piano of 904-431-1044. 8/12 4tchg
Hwy. 100. Phone 659-2121. your 301S.. lowteyIKE'S
Josh Billings 200 AMP
Information on how to pur. choice. Parra mar. Music, 9/2 Get Results
cho .. 8/12..tpd EOW923Motorcycle RN OR LPN Tired of '2OyiO
"To plow is to pray to, .904-732-6776, Ocala. hospital ., (
I plant is to prophesy." Classified Ads TRAILER: 2 bedrooms. 1 / schedules? Schedule your. I SAW Calf Anytim* t til'1i

Robert G. Ingersoll Get ResultsTRAIL bath, furnished, 1 large lot own hours. Health evaluations REPRO .:( ft MOWER SHOP 468,118?
behind Underwood Mot.l.no for life Insurance ap-
1980 Firestone (Behind Powell's
plicants. Ideal Diary
kids. 8/5 tfn part-time
SUZUKI 100 2300mll.s.
f RESTAURANT $495. Call 473-22141: 5 ROOM BRICK COTTAGE: job for Stark. nurse not 12x65 three Freeze) :
US-MI N. Lswt.yC 5/20 tIn Newly renovated. Immaculate working full-time. Call bedrooms $850
((904)396-5880.) 8/12 2tchg Chain Saws 1. $250 WEEKLY !
FAT/BOB. 80 cubic In. conveniently down, $116 per mo.
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U,.SAT. SUN located for 8/19 i_____ Lawn Mowers -
1,700 actual ml!... Chrome elderly coupleat those who Working port or full ,--..
ALL YOU CAN EAT Spag. and extras Contact Mike 571 W. Call St.. $225 per $1,000 POSSIBLE and more to time. Weekly paychecksfully u.--

; w/meat sauce, garlic .473-7358 Keystone. 8/5 mth, 1 year lease. between now and qualify. Can be ( guaranteed) mailed Aftor costly,otnwnt fatal xii u...AMCM*
bread tossed salad 2tchg 812YfeUY 9646491. 8/5 tfn December! Average $5 an seen at Olin's directly mMw* d. to from
hour you MAMa MOKM m tnttit. *OMX.. ttxCMll
$2.... demonstrating toys Mobile Home Sales, NEEDMONEY Home Office ,011.... HAW JtX OURACICC ap ncoamid
Children $1... part-time evening or day. every. w fo t.tfxt...by U V IPA oganit Htm.
. I Party Plan hiring now in Hwy. lOON Starke Wednesday. Start Immediately ticks t maig. Contain NO undent At fern
OR SALE .. .. ,
1 Starke and all ? No experience .. 1 .. orn.
Bar-B-Qu Chicken baked 1 Stanley Home Pro. area towns.Free or call Norman All.ages. ,._It..ae".Dopt.I. '", en,.,
kit, no Investment, necessary. ... .
beans, cole slaw 9U.U06. Use Your Homo -. .. lS.sro.teHNc2se)
free Notional.company..
y ducts. Call Karen .. training. 9646279.
Classified Ads rolls $3.50 I Griffith 964-6932 __ 8/12 Itpd ---- Equity. We make Details application -
Children I
Get Results $2.50 FOR RENT II YOUR OWN BOSS: mailed Send your name Wall
. 1st & 2nd
t Mtgs.
Manage local area, TREE SERVICE and address to Th.Am.rlcan
404 N. your : *
Cherry furnlshed
-,,...... Mue el Beer _- .. Drilling
large 2 BR calling on Commercial accounts Call us for a quote Fidelity ,Co..
apartment ad's ,. . .
full Hiring ,
with stove and or port-time. 964-5010 Dept. 77; 1040Ion ; ;
FOR SALEAs refrlg. $1 B5 per mo., plus 14952639. 8/12 2tchg Tree Service Star Dr.. New ,
8/19 Braunf.'.. Texas, 78130. .
en Investment or to $100 detposlt. Call fast Rotary

Live Int 2 large BR furnished 964-8944. LICENSED INSURED .
apartments, Shop & Compare!1 FREE ESTIMATES Drilling Equip.

upstairs has and separate downstairs.Each living. Classified Ads Special Insurance for' ((904)Collect) 752-4356 I ATTENTIONSerious : .State Licensed I Ii.

room, kitchen, stove, Mobile Home Parks, .

refrlg., carpet. electric Get ResultsAUCTION 'AlI types of homey: Lake City, Florida Job Seekers 1 I' . . . I

Each meter apartment and water can heater.be owners policies JOt : Would you like to set your awn hours with practically Nevir.& Used

rented for SI 83 monthly. mobile homes. I I VACUUMSALE no flmit on earnings and hove vacation as desired? If I Sales'Parts.Service I

Asking 37500. $7.5 Call for Quota *1 1Olln's so then why not conveniently work. with'u.. sor I E-Z Terms.

will finance the remain-' 60 Acre FarmWDoubUwld } ting/bundling mall. Receive work and payments by 4 ."v. ". . . >
ed at 111.4% > Mobile I mall. Start Immediately I For, Information a self-
NEW & USED addressed stamped envelope assures a prompt reply. : JPlnmbingKew.iristiiiiatiori.'
___ Call: 1U-H44 __ __| : Home Sales -
... I Mile North of Highway Patrol Station In I We Finance. Our Own Mall Marketing Services, P.O. Be* 2S90, Ocala.
-- Starke, off US301. I Elaine M.,DUn, AgenWANTED J: KIRBYS + fterlda J247I__=_ I :i i :

BANKRUPTCY AUCTION Saturday, Aug. 28 10 a.m. -8 ROYALS Remodeling Repairs'

I' 60 acres all fenced and crossed fenced ,'"i' EUUEKAS:' tsssssssssssrnsssss agj, gsg,, f" f II'...'. -.'.,:',. x. ....,.

Lee's GarageHwy 20 acres In pecans, doublewlde mobile 3 HOOVERS ; a' t ic '
home i ELECTROLtflC" I II FOREST I ','J r
21.M.lros.. Fla. with 12x20; additIon, pole barn \ tFlLTEJ\ NS : ; to. : .: f :'' "P, J g .
w/loading,chut but ,1 .P.UMP.
I Saturday. Aug. 21-10 a.m. building, dlesel tractor : i I SEARS APARTMENTS I .

Four wreckers, '65 Diamond Reo and tractor. attachments.. Cash ,Available v*: t it-COMMERCIAL 1-2;: & 3 BtdrtOfft Apts, SUPPLYi&'f.jvs I
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Diesel.. '65 International '69 Ford 71 GMC. OWNER FINANCING W. Buy Ut ,*'2nd ; makes I FVJinVHsn** t i 217"fI' :..COlANY' ..

15 & truck for parts. Scrap metal This property will be divided or sold as awhol. 'b, : '$ t .o' \ ,.- t, 110
cars Call lor;
.."fa"'ima'ln'ormatlon Mtgs :u* : I r864Iff. :Ii
400 OP WOODEN fENCE. and picture ; I ) *
tools lacks. borchure contact Randall quote. "': ,t 1'1< .1 f LAILi h '1 1830 wYMjdUorj: :, )1
Campbell re.nple-A:
: For brochure or Information contact Camp E.Ce' J
bell Phona 964-6312 \
Campbell Auction Service, AUCtIOn.Servlce;, 7S.702'' or Century 964:50"0.8/ I L Mr. I I $4af4j7;
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Barbara Liridsey \' Announces: Campaign For A culture PositionAt I

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the Spring Conference for the sumer. Mrs. Lindsey is concernedwith as the Kinsey Homestead in Mon- i She is, a member of the U.S. adopted Iroquois Indian, a rare opportunity ter" industry of the Mate :: (,\

Florida Federation of Republican the lack of morality in govern- ticello Florida crops include soy- : Senatorial Club, National Congres- for a white woman. '
Women held at Harley Hotel in Orlando ment and has pledged herslef to attempt bean, corn and pecans. She is part sional Advisory Board and American Mrs. Lindsey has published two Barbara favors the 10 percent in- ;

on Friday, April 30, Barbara Lind- to bring morality in govern- owner of a 3000 plus spread in Security Council Board of Advisors. books, registered in Library of Con- terest, rates currently being talked : "

sey of Stuart, Florida, formally announced ment and has pledged herself to attempt Okeechobee County, used for grazing Barbara Lindsey is listed in World's gress, and is authoring four more about by President Reagan low Interest : "t
her intent to seek the officeof to bring morality back into this cattle and recreation. Who's Who of Women, International publications at this time. rates| will help the consumer as z: t

Commissioner of Agriculture for office and government. Mrs. Lindseywas Barbara Lindsey grew up on an In- Register of Biographies, Who's Who Barbara Lindsey will be running as well as (lie farmers of I' Florida at a :' :f"

the State of Florida a cabinet position.A born in Corry, Pennsylvannla on dian Reservation near Salamanca, of American Women Who's Who in the Consumer's Candidate with Farm time when needed Our" economy is : ::1::
prominent businesswoman with Sept. it 1940. She has been a residentof New York, located a few miles from American Politics, and The International girl experience. She advocates Zero dire need of a "bo I <*l. :: '

various business interests throughoutthe Marten County 23 years. Mrs. Lind the gravesite of Chief Cornplanter, Who's Who of Intellectuals.A Budgeting the current budget of the .: I
state, Barbara Lindsey is a sey is a member of Tropical Farms the "first" farmer. Scholarship and Commercial Commissioner of Agriculture reachesover Those who understiind: inflation

lifetime conservative political activist Baptist Church and is the mother of Barbara Lindsey has been very active Award has been established at the $90,000,000 annually and con know that when government: continues : .

who has long advocated the cut- five daughters.Her in the Republican Party and is Hobe Sound Bible Academy, The Bar tinues to spiral with no end in sight. to overspend we cannot gain: .:
ting of big government spending andIs agricultural interests include referred to as a "powerhouse." She bara Lindsey Commercial Award. She promotes agriculture first and control and the current budget of the ::

dedicated to protecting the con- half ownpr of a 300 acre farm known has been noted for her political wins._ She has been. invited to become. an foremost, this is our "bread and butEpcot's Commissioner of Agriculture is a .
prime example of what happens when
you do not li.ut- a and
impact discussed on radio talk showWhat balance'sshiiin: in, il",- st.iUI \ '

:' will be effects on Florida tracts almost 14 million visitors a ecutive vice president of Sun Banks in .no citi/ens! ol' Fit): U. it 11.nut' :
F tourism be once a permanent year" Lilly says. "I think over the Orlando and a regular guest on the need a watchdog on the cabinet takingtheir

"World's Fair" established in the next five years time, the EPCOT public television program "Wall interest into consideiation This
center of the state? This is the EPCOT presence could increase that by 50 Street Week." Randall notes "This is is the area where the state budget

UNITED COMPANIES center, which is opening at Walt percent or more and prolong the staysof the time to buy bonds. This is a time to gains birth As (he researih is cum

MORTGAGE Disney World Oct. 1. Richard Lilly, many Florida visitors in the central get out of short-term investments and pleted there will be added items tohei

OF FLORIDA, INC research director of Ramond James part of the state. This will further into longer-term investments, both to platform Barbara Umise\ kuown

Associates, Inc., securities brokers of reinforce Central Florida's position as hail down a higher rate of return andto e\er>'where ',hc g tw> as a lIVE and

NEED MONEY? St. Petersburg discusses this ques. the focal point of our tourist In- perhaps, even have capital ap- voices are \ln-ing heard everjwtierithat .
WE HAVE ITII! tion on Speaking of Business, Thursday dustry." preciation.Speaking. lIst (time for a change and this I

Aug. 12 at 6:30 p.m. on WUFT- Also on this week's Speaking of of Business with Carter the ,'('al to tlo It
FM Classic 89. Business, a look at the future of stocks Henderson is produced by WUFTFMin

Bill Consolidation Home Improvement "Today the Disnev complex at- and bonds by Carter Randall _ex- Gainesville.

Rental Property Vacant Land FHP Graduates 52The

If you need money for any worthwhile purpose Florida Highway Patrol will IA I-
graduate 52 members of its 65th
give us a call.LICENSED. L
I recruit class in ceremonies at the

MORTGAGE BROKERS Christian Heritage Church In
Tallahassee at 2 p.m., Friday Aug.

730 N. Waldo Rd.Suite D. 13, acting Patrol director Roger C.

[904J378-9413 Collar announced.Mr. -
Gainesville. Florida 32601 James W. York, Executive .
Director of the Department of

Highway Safety and Motor Vehicleswill
dflivt->r> rnmmpnoprnenf ad-

L: : -I--- dress. Class President Sidney FACTORY AUTHORIZED TRUCKLOAD SALE

Michael Sutherland will respond on

behalf of the class. _ CALL FOR SALE PRICES
Invitation to Submit ProposalResponses The ceremonies will climax and SAVE

eleven-week period of training at the FEDDERS -- '- '-..
Florida Highway Patrol Training _
Academy where the recruits have 5,000 BTU 0 SAVES ENERGY ; j !

to Request for Proposals will be receivedby spent 514.5 hours of intensive training The Super Savers. .. :

August 20, 1982 by 5:00: p.m. by the Department of in the classroom preparing for their EER 5.7Famous -. The Whisperer. [ IT.j, I I ,

duties. ______________ EERs to 9.4 i I
Health and Rehabilitative Services for the following: piic features Fodders at a no-nonsense reliability, and ___________ Super high efficiency I '

NOW ONLY and exceptional quiet :
e Two cooling speeds automaticthermostat
: Three cooling spmxls
Program Contact Person Stale air vent ,
4 way air directione
I e Smaller models have pull-out
side panels' for easy,installation, 8 8 Featutett rotary compressor' with i S yt l.m'llId. warp', .
On larger models have slide-out' $19 8 Pull,out side p.snrls)
Bradford DTP-Adult, Transportation Teadie Belvin Beautiful chassis e C.pac'Ile.lrom' /.9OO.- M.!bOOIMUH I '

302 S. Marion St Lake GenevaYou

Exec. Pk
Bldg .
are Invited to our Open House Saturday I FEDDERSSAVES r.
City, FL I Aug. 14 Sunday. Aug. 15. Open for Inspection ENERGY m._. SALE flEIEr:1rrll1::

32055 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. I Ij 1f--- ---

((904)) 755-2750 j Lovely custom built brick home, 2,000 sq. ft., Heat/Cool Models. The
I sir t heat. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room. for. j Sculptura.
I mal dining room, family room, see thru fireplace I to 8.8 I f.0EERs i 1 EERs to 9.2

Full information regarding Statement of Work I large fully equipped kitchen, sun room over looks I Year-round comfort tor little I I e Elegance and ot.c.nncy.. i .
more than the cost ol air 1_ ___ _ _ larger rooms
Terms, and Condition, Provider Requirements, Instruc 1100 ft. of beautiful Lake front sandy beach 21 conditioning' alone e 4 way air direcliui, IH''. .i .
tions to Prospective Provider on developing RFP and I I patios, 2-cor garage, sprinkler system lots of! C Two cooling.Pltedo,heating A exchangure
storage. Energy Savar imiti re
Evaluation Criteria is available from contact e An exchanger tor StAll air .. ,
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person upon I If you like the w.tei. you'will 'lovthIhonieand J I Rotary comprobsor wiir> ""' "
C Feature*rotary with 5-/r limited warrantyElectric
request. Right is reserved by the Department to reject any location. Take 21-S to Paradise Paint Rd., | resistance compressor heat or economteal reveree-cycle heat pumps Slide-out chassis lui-edsie -talMtCapacities .
all to the for (Keystone Heights follow signs.MISCELLANEOUS. from 13 sootc 1. OOOBH
responses Request Proposal.FOR ,
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17,500 BTU 22,000 BTU

The Super The Super rrn

e Famous Fodders reliabilityand
:lowronce Blvd. N.xt door should b. .ubmitt.d to the e Famous Fodder reliability
RETIRED COUPLE for LEGION HALL. SR-21 'features at a no- and feature at a nononsense -
"to Andrews Drugs. Also Lake Region Monitor office Saturdays 7 Public nonsense price puce,
several large offices for business management. of local. in writing and paid In advance THREE BEDROOM 2 bath vited. 8/5 tfnchg p.m. e Two cooling speeds,automatic thermostat Stale, air Vent e Two cooling spectdft.automalu therr' ",,,'., ',... "',,I
r.nt In roar of building part lime unless credit I.already Is brick home on 1/2 acre lot. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSa e Slide out chassis Slide out chassis
mobile home ..11.avallobl. .
On. old. Assumable YOU.
facing Flamingo. Call established with year Closed YOU
473-3411. tfnchg. .. Pleas call this office.Monitor 1 11 1 Vt% mortgage. $348 p.r SAVE
meetings Monday 8
473-3193. Stchg 7/1 8/19 p.m.
STORE BUILDING1.000sq.ft. SCIENTIFIC HAIR SALON Invites staff cannot beheld month. Owner transfer Open meetings Friday 8 46888 OVER 57888 OVER
In front of Keystone Post and responsible for red.48.000.. TWO p.m. Alanon Monday 8
'Office on Commercial' Circle ., an stylist Interview.costylistsfor Position mistakes on classifieds BEDROOM 1 bath mobile p.m. All meetings at p $100.00 $170.00

up to 3,000 sq'.ft. requires basic skills In cutting wh.n ad Is tak.n ov.r the home In excellent condition Educational Building Community

suitable for auto repair telephone.Classified. on f.nc.d lot near Church 473-2790 or ...... T. ; .
p.rmlng and color, as ;; ;; .,. .. .
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.tc. Call 473-2149 deadline Is : .
or evenIngs town. $13,500. Call Tr.vor 475.2130.815 tin chg. _
well as a committment to ;
473-2014. tfnchg 8/5 recommend professional Tuesday noon prior to Waters, Century 21 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo od .. .) .Good Houi.Vaj*..t ping
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SPRING LAKE COTTAGEFur- home car. products. Anticipate Thursday Minimum publication. Showcase Properties, dues, fees or weigh- '...... .'w.......',< __ '., ', ." .
nlshed. 28R. A/C. Year continuous train- charge is 15 Realtor,, 473-4903. Itchg ins, open m..tings Tues ; ;
round rental $200/MO.. words for $2.75 th.n 10
and skills. 8/12 day. 7:30 p.m., St. Anne'sEpiscopal
Ing upgrading
$200. d.pa.lt.269.1917.tfnchg812 Resume required. Please c.nt.thereafter.for each word Church GAS & APPLIANCES --J-

call for Interview appt. YARD SALE Keystone Heights. VISA
3 BR, 1 BATH on Santa F. Starke .
475-2211. 00" "' Hair 473-2790 .7/1 tlnchg. 964-7701 332 W. MadisonHOURS
lak., furnished from
Clinic. 8/5-12 BINGOlions Club across
S.pt. to May $250/Mo; HAIRDRESSER with followingat ASSOCIATION"Community from high school. : Monday-Friday 8-5 & Saturday 8.12

48R, I Bath on Gatorbone Jessie's Hair lIn... SERVICES yard sale with Tuesdays, Early Bird 7

lak., CHI A. carport. Full/part-time. 60 per c.nt bargains galor. Bikes, p.m.; Regular 7:30: p.m.
$400/Mo; 3BR.2 Bath commission. 475-1508. CARPENTER WORKi household Public invited 8/5 tin chg.
goods small
mobll.hom. furnished, off 21chg 8/5-12 Remodeling work kitchen appliances, other

2BR Hwy 1 18 Bath, CH/A furnished'$220/Mo with: cabinets carpenter. Reasonable and trim list.misc.Go items.SR-100 clothing Too west much cross to FOR SALE I Union County Ads .

Silver Lake access, CH/A. WANTEDDEPENDABLE prices. Call 473-2477after
$250/Mo Office railroad turn right on LAKE LOT on sand bottomed
garage ; 5:30 7/1
: p.m tfnchg.
C18 follow .
signs to beach lake In Hillcrest.
$800 --
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at Center,
375 sq.ft., $160/Mo.. on. 7-year old child wantsto WORK Building patios August area Saturday 14, 9 a.m. only to 4p.m. down Phon.$146.44 473-4038 per month. FORMING COUNTRY PERSONAL FOR SALE LOSTFOUNDLOST
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY r.nt 2 or 3 BR hou... additions remodeling .. or
Itpd 8/12 473.4367 after 6 BAND SERVICES
REALTOR Please call 3788451. Itpd homes and tile work. Fr. p.m. 8/5 : Travel-
473-4961.8/12tfnchg 812JANES estimates. Phon. 473-4473 Ing required. 1
SALEChlldrens Items, BEAUTIFUL lAKE GENEVA BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: to $7.SO. large Weeping my yard. poodle pnpp\ _
...-... during day. 7/1 tfn chg. bass 1 dobro steel I
clothes, TV. and desk. Fri. !,
access lots from $5,500 Any day. Phone 496-3468. Willow Trees $5. Fampus very protty (01
DRAPESb.dspr.ods. Call day and Saturday. 9 a.m to $SOO down, $71.74 p.r guitar 1 fiddle, call Itchg 85.PIANO Crass $4 to $7.50. Potted chocolate brown th
estimate 473-2287. Also for 4 p.m.. Turn right off Hwy month. Discount en entire after 3 p.m. AND ORGAN Calodiums 25 cents to $5 moth,, i Is very hear
21 onto Fairway. then first 10 acres. One waterfrontlot. LESSONS Music theory Contary Mary's Garden SR broken If seen pleati
dressmaking 4732287. 4963664.
4tpd 722812 road turn left. Follow Call 473-4375.' 8/3 I taught 'In my home. For 121 laCrosse, phone return her to Cluabetl
signs. Itpd 8/12/82 information 4621561. Closed Mann one mile
YOU NAMI Ill I Junk carshauled. tfnchg more call Sunday northLake "'
Exp.rt Yard Work GIANT YARD SALE Crystal CLEAN. COMFORTABLE 90" 496.3793 after 4:30: p.m. and Monday. 4fchg 8'S Cutler on SR 121 N,
Hou..work. Call ...7517202tpd85812 lake Beach Turn off gold sofa. Only $73. See at INSURANCEMAINES 2tchg 8/5 8/12. 8/128/198/26. question I ItchgS 12
Hwy. 100 on O18 between 473-2210. 8/SHnchg Aug. 14, 9 a.m. until. CHER: Treated fence post MY HOUSE 38 spec)
USHER, railroad tracks and Camp 1971 MONACO INSURANCE AGENCY House of Gerri lennon. CR 40 cents 2 metal storage pistol horl barrel If seei
Montgomery Saturday TRAILER--$6500. 3BR, 1% : 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake 239 A. For directions cabinets $5 each 6000 BTU or have please return I
.REALTORYour Aug. 14, 9-4. Bargains BA. A/C. 77x12'. Call Bob Butler. 496-3978. Complete phone 4963140. window unit $40. new 1/2 will. make right No quos
Union County Realtor HOME REMODELING & Galore! llchg 1112Classified In Gainesville. 376-6479. Insurance Service. TFN Everything must go, HP electric motor. Ray tions.. The gun has a court
of ell kin....
I REPAIR 2tpd 8/3-12 clothes ,
toys single bed Powell 496-3377. llchg cote coming up. Elizabeth
360 M. Main Sf. I Room .....ltIon.. Free 180 YAMAHA XSBSO-.Shaft FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS odds and ends of all kinds. 8/12. Mann one mile north of'

: 496-212 '6-2903. I Estimates. Ads drive. Excellent condition.Two Itchg 8/12. 1$7S WINNEBAGO: Fully lake Butler on. SR 121
-, *- I John Adams .71'2117'1, Get Results new tires. Extras PIANO LESSONS-ALL AGES: loaded, excellent condition Itchg S'12.
I FOR SALE $2000. Phone 475-2600 New quarater beginning new carpel/drapes.
Fw-j.-- after 6 p.m. Itpd 8/12 DING MACHINES FOR Sept. 1. Qualified teacher, 6000. Phone 496-2691.
IDEAL 28 of Providence
FARM: Approx. acres section -
t'ir--- RENTs Union County Times, REAL
YAMAHA 100 DIRT BIKI700 college degree, m.mber of Itchg 8/12.
3 BR from. home with fireplace. Sits highpoint .
; on Lake
Nu.tt.y\ 1.dfurWs 83 SW 2nd Ave..
actual miles, knobby tires FSMTA. Near 177
Worthington JOHN DEERE 4400: ESTATE _
I of property. Nice born with 8 stalls and equip. 1 Butler. Phon. 496-2261 for
front and $450. ,
SERVICES rear with Springs. 496-3976. 3tchg Combine w/corn header.
space. Fenced and cross fenced posture and crop. Steve BroadwayTREE I ..lm.t.CaIl Gilbert after 6p.m. more Information. TFN 8/138/I98/26C Also 1977
land. Fronts 2 roads. Circle drive at entrance of home. 473-4754 10/1. : Volkswagont2,50O. LOOKING FOR a special
Itchg 8/12 Call Farmers and
Ideal for horse farm or small crop formerT SOME SERVICE ORCHID PLANTS! V4 RENT TO OWN: A New FOR SALE piece of property If I -
'tn-g.-' Price Dealers Band Mr. Howard don have it. III find it-Ju..faskJANE
FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYER. f Clearance sole SR-21 So. Baldwin Piano of your
Removal 2tchg8i2819.S
available In Union with I .- J' r choice. Parramore Music'
Large County "
acreage Across highway from BEAUTIFUL ) BEDROOM 3 CHICKEN HOUSES located REALTOR 4962126 or
avail. 25 to 300 acres for sale In Union County Some 413.1212 Methodist Church. 9047326776. Ocala. 7/8
Trimming ,Itchg BATH CB/BRICK HOME In Lake Butler. Good 496.2903. eves. "Your
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prices hove been reduced gnd financing arranged to 1. B/12 tfn Pool landscaped yard lumber 2X8', 2X4 t.4X4's Union County R.oltor I'.i
expedite sale Fr.. Estimate GRAPfSt large scuppernong DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE outbuildings with 2.5 post and aluminum 3/26.
'-Batten natural from home 1 acr. between Lake' Ripairs Of IIaJfl'll ,HOME Near Worthington
on,1 andmuscadlnegrapes, acres. $20,000 down. roofing. Also cages, FOR All YOU REAL ESTATE
Butler and Raiford off SR-121. trl. *ppIl.as.s .473-4732 U-Plck. Easy picking. Open Springs, $185 per month. Balance owner financed at feeders, water containers. NEEDSCall Venera Brown
Old fashion type home:large with high ceilings. Swing BradfBrtl 1 every day. Lilly's Vineyard.: MOBILE Call 496-3253.HOME TFN FOR 8/12.RENT 10 percent for 15 years. .,c:. for capacity 45,000 496-3022. Sandy Haten ;;
Very attractive 2 bedroom home with additional corner -. Additional I birds. Above to be .
Aft.rSP.M.: Florohome 12 mile east 12X70, 3 bedroom 2 full acreage salvaged 496 3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon
lot. Pecan. .,tree.and grape .arbor. One block. .off-' Ola, Cf.RUs. of Keystone Heights" on' ,both onan.. ocr. available. Flexible terms. and moved, For further 496-3140. Tiffin and J"
Main St. := .....:tu*. sdIUiitfltu :.7toiT rH riartt Hwy. 100. !h. 6392121. Highway 100. Phone All ,en Sit 18 near Worthington Information phone day Oweni. Inc. Realtors Rt. 2Box
r T. sszzItrsIs. /lTIfn 4V6-2842. Itchg 8/12. Spring. Phone 496-2266 or evenings 788 lake Butler Fl
'496-3625.: TFN 7/22. ,496-2283. 2tchg 8/128/19. tfn chg. 8/6. j


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Man ChargedWith .'when Lee attempted to return to the who were cited for no tag on their
southbound lane he lost control. The vehicle and 8 people charged with
Trespassing vehicle struck several small trees and careless driving. .
1 Wilton Butler, Sr., !lOt of 826 North spun counter-clockwise before It Traffic citations for unlawful speed
1 St.,Starke,was arrested August 5 and came to rest with the right. side could cost you from $23 (speed in ex The "Pe'lformance"Cars
charged with carrying a concealed against a tree.Damage -, cess of 55mph), $50 speed in excess Following
weapon possession of a firearm by aconvicted to the pickup was $1,500, of 63mph), or $75 (speed in excess of
felon,and trespassing after according to Trooper J. H. Horler*' OOmph), In addition you may have to
warning. pay court costs or a fine. All Have One ThingIn
Police were called to the home of Traffic Fines ,
Margaret DeSue where they found Paid In July Car
'li"ain CollideIn
j Butler, 60, of 826 North St., Starke. ,
They removed a pistol from Butler's Records of the Bradford County Starke On FridayThere Common!
pocket and placed him under arrest. Court reveal 356 people charged with
According to Patrolman Willie unlawful speed paid their fines during were no injuries when a
Butler had been warned the month of July. Seaboard Coastline train struck a 1977
Seary Mazda RX7
,< several times to stay away from the There is no accurate record of when Ford at the Jackson Street crossing ,: ., $12,000
Pine St. address. the people were cited for unlawful Friday afternoon.
Bond was set at $2,000 each for the speed, the charge could be several Witnesses said it sounded like the 1 Datsun 280Z. $15,000Corvette
charges of having a weapon and years old. People just don't always box cars were going to leave the .
$1,000 for trespassing. Butler was pay traffic fines. tracks as the engineer slammed on
Until they can't renew their brakes trying to avoid the car which
after he $18,000
released posted a
. .
bond. driver's license for instance they will was on the crossing.The .
not pay the fine. Quite often people driver of the vehicle, Phyllis .
1 Vehicle AccidentIn from out-of-state think they can go Trim of Lake Butler, had stopped at Porsche 924 Turbo $24,000
home and forget the ticket. They are the crossing for a northbound train to
Lake Butler really surprised to find they can't pass. She proceeded to cross the ,
Joseph Marvin Lee, 19, of Lake renew their driver's license in their tracks failing to see the approaching "
Butler, driving a 1981 Chevrolet home state due to a hold the State of southbound train. They Can't Pass
pickup, apparently fell asleep as he Florida has on their license. Engine number 175 struck the vehicle
was southbound on SR-121 August 7. Included in the report were fines in the rear causing $200 damage,
The pickup ran partially off the paid by 16 people with having according to Assistant Chief of Police
right shoulder of._the roadway.. and a tag which was erred! 22 .people: Harold Crews. This $1 0,00000Car

1 Plan Lets Consumer Chose Efficient ApplicancesChoosing
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major electrical appliances ratings for automobiles, except it Line 223-WATT in Dade,463WATTin tip
that are energy efficient and compares operating costs and effi Broward, and 1-800-4J2-6563 in all
less costly to operate will be easier for ciency for those appliances that are other service areas.
consumers with a new product inden- the major energy consumers in the
tification program initiated this week typical home," said Tom Petillo, The 13-page "Select and Save"
by Florida Power&Light Company. FPL's Director of Marketing and guide to aU'conditioners featurs win
-' dow units and through-the-wall units,
Participating retail appliance Energy Conservation. "Like our
dealers soon will be displaying a other Watt-Wise programs, this new including heat pump heating and cool-
bright yellow "Select and Save" identification system will help ing room units, ranging in size from
emblem on room air conditioners, customers save money." 5,200 to 30,200 BTUs. The 12-page L .r
refrigerators and freezers that meet refrigerator/freezer guide lists
FPL's rigid energy efficiency stan- Participating dealers are receiving automatic, partial and manual k'.f u ,gym
dards. Additionally, the utility has training to assist customers in choos defrost refrigerator/freezer combinations \
developed guide books on these ap ing models that best fit their needs at plus upright and: chest-type
pliances that rank models accordingto the most economical price, and will -freezers.-- ''' t
"_size and efficiency rating have the FPL appliance guide books From six
"The'Select and Save'program is a available free.The guides also can be page 3 to Choose ,
lot like mileage and performance obtained by calling FPL's Watt-Wise,

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,'" to slash the president's $252 milion
program to$144 million as part of the from _
Vacation Time Also OverWe general rush to cut the budget back
but now that the House has authorizedthe 1982 MustangTTop .GT"
full requested amount the.. differences -.
Will Re-Open Next Tuesday, August 17 be worked out in com

'"We think there is an excellent

chance for the full that increase the Senate," Murphee will now said.vote 1 30 f MPH 3O2 V8 4 Speed

"The original Senate vote took the administration -
Pastry Shop by suprise and since ---..
then there has been some intense lob-
138 E. Call St., Starke bying for our point of view. We are
. ,.. . looking forward to one of the biggest 1982 Ford EscortSale
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.. .. amounts being spent to upgrade our
civil "defense resources in a long" Priced with 24 Month DEALER

24OOO Mile. Warranty. ... COST
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