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 19, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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than nine inches than two weeks to go Bradford County still has to get more Editorial . . . . I Pag 4 [
for of rain by August alto come up to the 19-inch 50-year Social. . . . .Pago* 8,*.
average The first, the rainy season of July and August. Correpondont. . .'. .Pel.7 itrgrapJ.
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county was 7.44 inches, compared to a 50-year average of 8.68.
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: Get Good Pay, Benefit Package i

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School teachers will get $1,758 in a new package of salary Increase plus BEA) had gone to the restroom. While waiting on Carbone, the administration salary schedule has just 12 steps, meaning teachers reach the top money ': '
I benefitsafter an agreement worked out In.the administration rest room got word from Tallahassee that revenue from the state would probably be sooner.
during negotiations last week. cut two percent, as Gov. Bob Graham is calling for. The total pay package, including benefits, totals $2,006 per teacher, says
I Plus, teachers will get $211 in retroactive salary the school board refused Administration bargainer Tom Forbes rushed to Carbone, who was still in Supt. Casey, and will cost $500,126 to implement.The .
, last year. the restroom, with the news. The two percent means $140,000 to the school school board again refused to negotiate the school calendar, despite a
, Teachers with three years experience or less in Bradford County get $1,185 board. The two bargaining agents discussed the situation. court ruling declaring the calendar is a bargainable item. Mrs. Miller said

I in actual new money in their pockets. Teachers with more than four years experience Meantime the BEA team had gotten,word of the proposed cut in state fun- anything that affects the working conditions of a teacher is a bargainableitem.
get raises from $1,365 to $1,745 with the package, which was handedout ding. .
to school board members at the Monday night board meeting. Ratificationon Both sides apparently decided to get on with it, says Supt. Casey. The ad- Peer teachers will not receive a supplement for overseeing a beginning a
the package by the BEA teachers and the school board should come in ministration was already bargaining toward the $1,758 figure, but it would new teacher under the state's new teacher program. They will receive pay for
separate votes scheduled for the middle of next week. have taken longer without the impetus of the state funding cut, Casey surmis- any after school work authorized by the principal, however. BEA wanted a
The administration passed on to Bradford teachers the entire $1,758 ap- supplement on the grounds it takes times to work with a new teacher and that
propriated by the Florida Legislature, says Supt. Tom Casey. Some teachers ed.Now Supt.Casey and his staff are scrambling to make the $140,000 that will mean more work at home after school hours for a peer teacher. No
will receive.more, depending on changes in contract status and experienceThe :. will be lost because of the state funding cut. up teacher can be required to be a peer teacher, however.

raise includes $1,085 average of cash in hand, a 7.7 percent increase in To that end it may help that the board learned Monday night it has $153,000 Current contract language was maintained in respect to the teacher evalua-
take home pay, plus $290 in average yearly step-up, $142 in additional health more in carryover funds than it was thought. Now there is a total of$227,000 in tion process. After a teacher is evaluated the board agrees to give a report to
insurance costs, $242 additional Social Security and retirement benefits, plus carryover funds, according to financial officer Jean Chitty's report to the the the teacher evaluation within 10 days. The teacher than has 10 days in which to reply to
$211 to make up for the first half of last term when the bargaining was not school board.A report.Teachers
finished and of the teacher will in Bradford u ill meet next Wednesday morning, Aug. 25, to consider ratifica-
until around Christmas the teachers were given only $215 beginning start at $12,300 County in 1982. That is
$425 negotiated pay increase. Casey stresses the $211 is not new money, but the lowest among surrounding counties, says BEA President Julie Miller. tion of the new contract. The school will meet next Thursday, Aug. 26, at 7
money the board had on hand and which last year's salary called for. Starting pay in Alachua County, Mrs. Miller points out, is $12,900.A p.m.tract on before the contract.the teachers.At School. board members did not want to approve the con-

The year's bargaining ended about noon Friday, after only 2Vi days at the 20th step was added to the Bradford salary schedule, meaning it takes 20 the next Thursday night meeting Supt. Casey will also present salary
table. Jack Carbone, bargainer for the Bradford Education Association years to reach the top money. In Alachua County, Mrs. Miller points out, the schedules for non-instructional employees.

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'J 1. : proposed ordinance allowing a meeting two weeks ago, but wanted to 7,500 square foot lot sizes which is now
'01. mix of single family residences and review the ordinance before making a the requirement under the present
mobile homes in certain areas of recommendation to the Commission. zoning, will remain the same.
Starke will be reviewed next Thurs- Two areas have been tentatively
'''''.: \" day, August the City Planningand discussed as suitable for the SFD-MH Consensus of city zoners is that
Zoning Boar for recommendation mix since both already have some mobile homes are here to stay, and
to the City Commission for ac mobile homes, as well as some sub- there is a definite need for them in
tion.The standard housing. One area extends some areas to provide moderately
ordinance was proposed by about five blocks along the west side priced housing for medium and low
City-County Zoning Director L.M. of Oak Street in Reno, and the other income families. Attractive mobile
Games who says the new ordinancewill includes 8 to 10 short blocks in West homes properly installed and
fill a long-felt need in the city. Starke, between Euclid Street and skirted, will actually improve housing
The city zoners were in general Edwards Road. standards in the two areas being con-
agreement with Gaines at a workshop Gaines said the present minimum sidered, the zoners agreed.per .

,: E-_ r .School Opening is Just One Week AwayThose

lazy, hazy days of summerare slowly, says county nursing super- Students reporting Aug. 30 to the
about over.Teachers visor Joyce Riherd. Vo-tech Center and Bradford High

,. School without immunization recordsup
return to work Tuesday, Florida requires that all students, to date will not be given schedulesand
Aug. 24. Students will follow them grades K-12, entering school Aug. 30 will be given an option of going to
back to school Monday, Aug. 30. be fully immunized against polio, the Health Dept. and getting their
p4 Labor Day the following Mondav, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus (DPT) shots or to remain in temporary Isola-
.'10 I .... Sept. 6, will be the first school holi- and measles, mumps, and Rubella tion for the remainder of the day, says
h 5 .. day. (MMR). This includes students enter Student Services Director Charles
; : ing school for the first time, all Francis. A note will be sent home to
Bus students re-entering school and parents that the students will not be
routes will all be the
same, students transferring from other permitted to enroll in school until
meaning the school bus will
come by
counties or states. records are up to date.
everybody's house on opening day
just about the same time it did last
year. With 300 students remaining to be
immunized in the coming week Mrs. Those choosing to have shots will be
Riherd requests they get on down to transported with supervision to the
They Swam and They Learned... Biggest problem is some 300 the Health Department without delay. Health Dept. for shots. All other

Tammy Jo Tatum and Sarah Smith Jump In, practicing from Lawtey. The kids are under the watchful eyes of In- students, in about every grade, who Free immunizations are offered at schools, including Middle School and
swimming strokes they learned In a program sponsored structors Lynn Melvin and Rick Stephens. have not yet shown proof of immunization the Health Dept. on Wednesdays from all elementary schools students will
each summer by the Bradford School Board. Some 160 stndenta took part In the swimming program to the school system. be placed in isolation for the day witha
aimed at giving every youngster in the county a Some 125 students got their shots at letter going thome that they will not
Other students from left are: Rachelle Tyson, Kelly chance to learn how to swim. See more photos and story the Health Department yesterday 8-11:30: a.m. and 1-3:30: p.m. and be able to return until their record is
Ann Duncan. Chanda Woods, and an unidentified boy by Mark Friedlin in B-sectlon. morning, but they are coming in very 8-11:30: a.m. Fridays. up to date, says Francis.

I City Commission: Mulling 4 Pay-off Plans for Power Tie, Sewer ImprovementsFour I

year in new revenue. Tucker's
different plans to finance payoff the 5 Year Rate 20 Year ,Rate 25 Year Rate 30 Year Rate plans call for taking $220,000 from the
$2.8 million to the
proposed power necessary tie and sewer plant Not.. 10% Incr.as. Bonds 12% Increas. Bond.- 12.5% Increase Bonds 13% Increa. utility system revenues. The remainder -
would be raised through the
Annual D.bt S.rvlc.
improvements were laid out by city increased electrical rates.
clerk Neil Tucker in a Monday. night 1913 660000 $1.66 290688 ,5430 2999.5ue: 292037 .55C

Starke budget workshop. 1984 616000 1.44 29068. .5 5 2999.565 292037 .55 The estimated figures count on a
The city commissioners are tossing 1985 572000 1.33 29068. ,545 2999.565 292037 .55 $313,764 profit from electricity sales,
around which to finance the
way projest $122,546 from sales of natural gas,
which will allow the city to sell 1986 52.000 1.16 29068. ,545 2999.565 292037 .55 $104,632 from sales of water, and a
1987 .4UOOO ,99 290688 ,545 2999.565 292037 .55 $26.090 loss in the sewer service col
Remainder Years o. 360315 5998870 7300919 lections. Tucker said he did not in-

Total Cost 2860000 5813755 7498590 8761104 clude the proposed new rates for
sewer and water in his figuring.The .

as well as buy electricity and will improve million, but has the advantage of the fourth, and .99 cents/KWH the That restriction amounts to 448 of the hikes, reasons according for the to figures electricity Tucker rate
it the smallest the fifth and final The repayment city's 1,760 utility customers. No such
the sewer plant to the point it making impact on year. spread across the 16 foot wide marker
won't allow nutrients Into Alligator utility user's pocketbook. The 20 year under the 5-year plan would cost exclusion is given commercial accounts board at Monday's meeting, are to
Creek. Any of the four plans will plan would add .545 cents per KWH 2860000. in Clerk Tucker's figures. allow the city to:
. mean an Increase In city electric bills. (slightly over half a penny per KWH) A 20-year bond issue figured at 12
The 5-year proposal would cost the to current electricity rates. percent would necessitate raising Each proposition figures that it Provide for
one year's interest
would be to raise $550,000
electric rates .5-15 cents kilowatt- necessary
average resident $8.57 per month the per rate on the new debt estimated be
Clerk Tucker stresses he is putting to
w hour over the entire period. After five
Y first year, $7.69 per month the second $200,000.
alternatives forward, that the councilcan
third years of repaying $290,688 per year
month the
year, $6.86 per year I
choose whichever it deems best.
$3.99 per month the fourth year, and Tucker has out the 5-year the city would still owe 4360315. ',. .Provide for principal repaymenton
$5.11 per month the fifth and final payoff is much pointed cheaper to the city and Total payback would be $5.8 million., new debt /fe of $440,000 or 220000.

year.The. the utility customer in the '
FIQAL.AuG.20AMERICAN! long run,
the for A bond issue Provide for increases in
5-year plan is cheapest though it heavier load. 25-year figured at 12.5 rate
LEGION POST M requires
the city and has the advantage of the percent would necessitate raising wholesale electricity from Florida
MEETING 1 PM : short payoff, but hits the utility Shortest way is the five-year repay- electric rates .565 cents per KWH. .' Power & Light, estimated at 130000.
720 Edwards Rd..
customers hardest in the pocketbookfor ment which would require, figuring After five years the city would still That adds up to total additional requirements -
S the short run. interest at 10 percent, raising the city owe $5,998,870. Total payback would of $550,000 per year.
TUItOAL.AlG.21SING Selling revenue certificates over a electrical rates by 1.66 cents per be $7.49 million. i
SATURDAY 20 year period is the second cheapestway kilowatt hour the first year, 1.49 A :30-year bond issue at 13 percent Average consumption for those
Pin. Hill Congregational for the city,with a pay back priceof cents/KWH the second year, 1.33 would require raising electric rates 777'' ,' rr tNM/l w 1r residential utility customers using
Mofhodlit Church $5.8 million'compared_ to $2.8 cents/KWH the third 1.16 cents/KWH .550 cents per KWH. After paying over 400 kilowatts per month equals
Rollover Quartot $292,037 each of the first five years the 516 KWH, Tucker told the commis-
B own)_ Rd., 7i30 PM city would still owe $7.3 million. Total Iqt sioners. That's the customer who
Local Guard Cited by ;3rd Air Artillery Unit payback would be $8.7 million. would pay an additional $8.57 per
POP WARNER CAR WASH -'. month the first year under the five
by lawtey Unllmlt.d All employee of the Combined Sup- rendered- to personnel from 1st Battalion The 25-year and :30-year plan would year plan, and so on.
Community State lank (Air Assault 3d Air Defense cost the customer more month
port Maintenance Shop, Florida Ar- per Man with the Plan... The clerk also demonstrated to the
lot than the
parking National Guar Artillery, while conducting trainingat shorter term 20-year plan so
my Camp Blending
Camp Blanding Florida. The those two long-term choices are City Clerk Nell Tucker explainsfour commissioners that consumption,
1 MONDAY. Aug.. M 't tJ were awarded Certificate of Ap assistance and friendship of all'' unlikely.In methods of repaying the money and thus sales, of electricity is downin
preciation from the 1st Battalion 3rd
SFCC REGISTRATlON.M. Air Defense 101st members of the Maintenance Shop la good news for small users no in- Starke will borrow for utility Im the city by 1,345,101 KW for the first
Artillery Airborne
SFCC Starko C.nt.rTUESDAY. Division (Air Assault), hereby recognized a* excellent and crease is planned for residential utili- provements. City commissioners seven months of 1982. Conservationand
recently, professional thereby making training ty customers who use 400 KWH per worked Monday night until 11:20 on cooler weather were the reasons
Aug. 14 M The citation read: "For dedicatedand much better for all who. use that facili month or less. thus exempting those the new budget and the ,new. plan commissioners think the consumptionis ,
SFCC CLASSES BEGIN devoted service and support ty."Air Assault! least,able to pay the increased rates. Tucker explained. down. -




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P.ge2A TELEGRAPH August '.. 1982

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Bradford School Board Accepts Cheaper, Less Complete Insurance PackageCiting


drastically rising health care Rodney Hall- expressed dissatisfaction Whenever I've been on a committeeI've The board was still debating the pletlon date is August 30. tion date agreed to by contract minus
costs the Bradford County School over not having more say in gotten all the information I ticklish problem at the end of Mon- The penalty to the contractor for any days.of extension granted by the I
Board decided in a 3-2 split vote Mon- drawing up the new plan. need." he asked Spengler."I day's meeting. delay is$200 per day past the cpropje- school board.
day night, August 16, to change over "1 was under the impression we shouldn't have to ask," she

to a group health, dental, and life in- were making bids for what we had," answered. Architects Chosen '. .._ ... .. d'" ... .".. .. .. ._' -- ,

surance plan with fewer benefits than Mrs. Spengler said. "I have strong 'ulie Miller of the Bradford Educa- For Roofing Repairs '". .. .. ,.. .,. ... .. '" ,
employees of the school system have trepidations about people filing for li : Association, a member of the insurance "
had in the past. claims next year and not getting the committee that studied the The architectural" firm of Dompe,
School superintendent Tom Casey coverage they thought they had." bids and recommended Blue Cross Paluzzi, Vyverberg & Taylor of
and representatives of Blue Cross / She later added, "I was definitely Blue Shield, said she did not get a Gainesville was unanimously approved Re-Elect
Blue Shield, the lower bidder that was under the impression we were bidding copy of the bid spec's either. "We got as the first choice to do roof repairs.
chosen as new insurance carrier for the same package. I never saw a copy together after the bids were put out as in the county school system. o
1982.83,told the board that sharp risesin of the bid spec's. If we bid what we've a review committee," she said. The architectural selection committee J.T.
the costs of health care have madeit had and couldn't afford it, then we reviewed resumes and inter-

virtually impossible for groups suchas could go to some options." New Diesels Too viewed applying firms and chose the
the Bradford County school systemto Hall aggreed telling Casey, "I Big Gainesville firm as top choice with architect -
offer the complete coverage it now agree with everything you're saying For Bus Barn Lift P.J. Araneao, Jr. of Orange ParrishSchool
(about the spiraling costs of in- Operations director Lennard Park second and Schaefer &
has."The company we've been with surance) and maybe it is time to Register told the board Tuesday that Associates of Orange Park third
(Liberty Life) has told me that they retook at it. But it should have been the new diesel school buses are choice.
aren't even going to stay with the plan the whole board looking at it." presenting big problems in Lennard Register and Connie Clarkof Board
we've had," Casey told the board "You made a motion to rebid it," maintenance down at the school bus the committee said their checks in-
Monday in defending the new comprehensive Casey said. barn because of their size. to previous jobs done by Dompe, '
coverage. "Yeah, the same package," Hall "We can't put any of the five new Paluzzi, Vyverberg & Taylor turnedup / District 5
Cost for the new package, which answered. "I think it's a good price.. buses on the rack without hitting the glowing reports of the work done.
goes into effect October I, is$49.70 per But the thing that disturbs me is roof," Register told the board. "We Committee chairman Rodney Hall
month to the school board, up $11 we're making some changes and do have a problem. The only way I suggested the board negotiate with
from $38 per month on the present didn't discuss it. That bothers me." can see is to tear up the present lift the firms in that order, making an arrangement J.T. Parrish
coverage. That was approximately "Well, I don't remember not and go in and redo the thing." He said as soon as possible and is :
$50 per month under the next low bids. discussing it, but I would not contest an estimate on that job ran over moving on to the roof repair work.
Teachers in the audience voiced that statement," Casey said. $17,000.(
concern that they'd be paying more After Spengler repeated her complaint Board members groaned at the BMS Cafeteria ShouldBe

for less coverage and asked for an explanation at not having seen the originalbid high price and immediately offered a Ready for School Backed by NO Special
of the new package. Three specifications board member different solution.
School director Lennard
Blue Cross / Blue Shield represen- Jimmy Lawson interrupted the con- "Go outside the building with the operations
the board Mon-
tatives gave a short program on the troversy to say the argument was!' in ramp," Arthur Gaskins said, with Register reported to
day that the Bradford Middle School
plan, complete with graphs. the wrong time and wrong place. agreement from fellow board cafeteria should be for for Interest Group.
They explained that the policy will "This sounds like we've got some members. But Register said that the first of ready use
carry a $too deductible (compared to dissension on our insurance committee jacking the buses up from the ground day
Some minor door hardware
no deductible presently) with the in- coming up here at the school could wouldn't solve the problems work on
might be still left but the cafeteria
surance picking up 80 percent of major board meeting." when working on the wheel bases and should be usable he said. Will not accept
medical costs after that first $200 "Did you ask for the spec's axles, etc.
At a workshop last week the board
and 100 percent on most other ex-
penses after the deductible. okayed Register's suggestion to hire campaign contibutionsfrom
contractor Dan
Richardson to finish
There is a stop-loss limit whereby
individuals can pay a maximum of Charles Hall Files Grievance the project for school-opening.

$2,000 out of pocket per calendar year any special
and $4,000 per family. Once deductible Hampton ProjectWon't
costs and the 20 percent costs in be Ready

the 80/20 areas reach $2,000 per in- Over Move from LawteytoBHSSaying "I can tell you one that isn't ready," interest group.
dividual the in-
or $4,000 per family
Hampton Elementary Principal Con-
surance company pays 100 percent on he didn't nie Clark joked during a workshop
the balance for that calendar get a "meaningful response" to repeated requests) to
year. School Supt. Tom Casey for a grievance hearing Charles Hall, unhappy over discussion of the cafeteria projects at
be of
"This is a plan to proud a plan
his transfer from the middle school and Hampton
but is pnncipalship at Lawtey Elementary to the assistant prin-
that coverage
gives said of the cipal's post at Bradford High, came before the school board Tuesday night Elementary and his cafeteria won'tbe
not too expensive, one
Shield August 17, to state an official grievance against the system. completed for school opening.
: Blue Cross / spokesmen,
dental Hall said afterwards his appearance at the school board meeting was only Architect Craig Salley of Salley Jnr ParrishCan
pointed at improved
to "make it public that he (Casey) had denied me due process." Jackson, and Reeger Inc., the firm *
((100 percent payment on exams -
coverage that until had I lall's doing the Hampton addition, said his
flouride treatment and Casey disagrees, saying not July 27 correspondence to
x-rays contractor has told him it could be
him stated
an official grievance "with the word 'grievance' being used.
cleaning included) as one big plus.
"I to him 10 later that I this mid to late September before the project
Still, some teachers had doubts."I responded working days was turning over to
have a concern that it's going to the Professional Practices Council (of the slate Department of Education) to is completed.The scheduled com- represent Bradford

cost me $20 more a month and I still help resolve the problems," Casey added. "That's the direction I felt it
of said should go and I can assure you they (the PPC) \v investigate te the problem"
have to $4,000 out pocket,
Buddy pay Revels, a P.E. teacher at Casey did agree there had been conversations between his April 19 initial THE BRADFORD School District with
Southside Elementary School. The in- recommendation to move Hall to the high school and the letter of July 27 but COUNTY TELEGRAPH an open

surance officials then explained the said that letter was the first correspondence from Hall which constituted a Published every Thursdayat

plan at Revels request. grievance and request for open hearing."That's 135 W Call Street mind and
Julie Miller of the Bradford Educa- an extremely long time," he said of the lime frame.A "' professional attitude.
difference between the sides he when Florida 32091
tion Association asked the insurance major two now seems to exactly
Hall filed for an open hearing. Hall says he requested such a hearing in three
to the out of
representatives SCbuiiu Class paid at
compare postage
letters before his letter of Your Vote &
twice July 27.
who Support ;)
pocket costs for an individual Starke, FloridaSubscription tIJI.. .
into the hospital and incurrs a "To say I didn't have a grievance just because I didn't use the word
$10,000 bill. The answers were $2,000 'grievance' is absurd," Hall says. "I was ignored." Rates: '
out of the employees' pocket under School board rules governing grievance procedures define a grievance asa Will be greatly appreciated i t.
in-trade area: $10.00
baked per year .
claim upon an event or condition'which) affects the welfare and/or .
the new plan as compared to $850 '
terms and conditions of employment for a school system employee.Hall $5.50 six months 1It.I'OI.'A;;, .I I
under the present plan.
board says his point of grievance is"my being moved and the possibility of a
The two dissenting membersin
Outside trade
the 3-2 votePat Spengler and reduction of salary." $6.00 area six: $11.00 months per year . .. ,. .u .. ...

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A Chance to Meet 'I IT.IY.{ p-f.l r !'(. j

Your School Board CLEARANCE il.
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Candidates is OfferedNew DRAWDYs a

Horizons is sponsoring a With the Cost of Energy Today
covered dish next Wednesday, ,
fft |e sEffectiveRepresentatlort
4 Aug. 25, at 7 p.m. at the First United | I You can't afford NOT to own a .
Methodist Church in Starke. .\
.' ,, _. Reversible Ceiling Fan
New Horizons, formerly called the tj
Singles Again Club, believe the school 30-Days FREE (in home) Service'whh'
board election to be of the utmost Importance -
,says Suzy Pfenniger, who is Lee Drawdy Supports Effective Law Enforcement. in recent Installation by Wind & Fire of Fla. J

president of the Club. Newly married, years there has been a dramatic increase in murder. robbery, assault and other ; Commercial and Residential ,. :
crimes many of which are drug related.Lee Drawdy supports: t ,
Suzy is now the wife of David Pfen- I I

niger."In order to better acquaint ... Capital Revision punishment of laws on insanity pleas i Cone on 'in..and"check and :

ourselves, and you, with each can- Tough penalties for drug dealers '
Adequate funding for effective law enforcement r v" ,
didate, we have asked each to present MI
themselves in a short five minute Better protection and pay for law enforcement and correctional.officers

speech with a question" and answer Lee Drawdy Supports Economic Development. More employ- (Limited Quantity) unadvertised ::1

period following, says Mrs. Pfen- ment opportunities are needed to support the expanding populations of Bradford
t niger. ,Clay and St.Johns counties.Lee Drawdy supports: I
With ,
New Horizons is not endorsing i
Orderly growth and development which will preserve the natural beauty and .in-store specialsGreater ,
Mrs. Pfenniger out. Kit
anyone points clean air and waters of the area Includ.:: ;1
"In order to vote conscientiously, ;
Attraction of"clean" businesses and industries to create i'/
new more jobs
we need to know who and what we are (Even Savings when you buy two or more.fans) ,
Additional funding for correctional facilities In cur area to : f. t,
voting for. Here is an easy way to ill
meet the needs of our District and State T-easre.rV vv-fyneAilen 48" Classic
meet, talk with, and compare each "Reversible" Larg.e..s'hipm.enJs.H
candidate," Mrs. Pfenniger.All .- .Q
says Looks the same as a
Arrived. Example...
seven school board candidates .. f
have agreed to attend, she says. The tr. 4ee 1I e, :rI U"DRAWDY Hunter with a Lifetime 52" 3-speed Reversible, 1 '

r candidates are: District 1, incumbent : SENT rhf Warranty (Solid Brass Motor Brass Trimed Brass
Arthur Gaskins and challenger Judy : sfATEREf: ; e ,

Becker; District 2, incumbent p..OCI' t Ict Very Quiet) Reg. 289" Arms, and Wood Blades ,.

Patricia Spengler and challengersTed .. Just '109
Oglesby and Maxie Reddish,and : .
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District 5, incumbent J.T. Parrish 149 .Reg.s179DO"BrUI
: and challenger Jerry Lawson. KEYSTONE Fixture Kits" with Globe

j Square Dance Lessons HEIGHTS I Just $10.95 H

: To Start Up Again CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Reversibles Many More

!' The Strawberry Swingers will hold
: their weekly square dance in the Starting at Name Brands

: parking lot behind McDonald's next '
Thursday, Aug. 28, starting at 8 p.m. SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE to ,Choose

I Idea is for the square dancers to be $6900 F from. Starting'

seen by as many people as possible ,
with new classes set to start the with Brass Motor S 00

*' Thursday after Labor Day, Sept. 9. BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH & Arms also wood
An house is set for Thursday at.
open ( ) (AUTO INJURIES) blades and 3 speed control
Sept.9,at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge .
Call and
: at West Street Orange Street "SPECIAL"
: in Starke. Everyone is invited to to at- PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS
tend and go through the beginning HEADACHESMIGRAINE .> ON THE JOB INJURIES 56" Llteweight Fan with 3-speed

paces with caller Jerry Barrett ( ) WORKERS COMP
Brass Motor &
.. ., leading them. Members of the only $79.00
Strawberry Swingers will be on hand PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
: to dance with the guests. Installations Starting at S15
:< j Square dance lessons will be held MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
from 7-8:30: p.m. each Thursday in the WE NOW HAVE

place of the Strawberry Swingers. "Tht Doctor of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine (For Mobile Homes & Houses)

But Will Interest His Patient In The Car Of TIe, Human with TV Ceilings (Antique Brass)' PHONE
j Frame In Diet And In The Came & Prevention. / Of Disease" .
I Set for Sept. 3 T. EDISON : ,:: WIND & FIRE of FLORIDA Clay n

I The Theressa Volunteer Fire v.....,.--, 4M S.Lawrence Blvd. 473-7194'
: Department will stage its traditional 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service'M 1.......S.... On Highway 21.Across from fortune FvdVal .'DUVALO ,
;. political rally and fish fry Friday. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA .B613e1'
;; Sept. 3, at.the Theressa Community Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Saturday 9 to 2 SAVINGS' IN THE DRIVE-

. ? Center. -"THE TIME HUNTERS lit.
" Serving will start at 6 p.m., with IwIS 1M. J
t.: speaking scheduled for 7.30. All candidates DC. W.C. IATON 473.3604'. ,. CLOSED SUNDAY .

''t ,state, district,and county are M._lCUNmllA'ON HWY..21 N.
invited to speak and will be alloted W. S.rvlc*,WI lntl.il' l,WE DELIVER Foe On Order Purch.a..

,'.' five minutes each.

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Candidates are Thinking Positive as Sept. 7 Election ApproachesEvery I

candidate questioned by the lord County east from west, along a is not tied to big
Telegraph this week ousmess gets no contributions ing in some$75,000.
things line
says are generally following US-301.
looking good for 'the Williams special ex- Question for county commission
Sept. 7
brought to the
Democratic primary', now just 2V4 office this week a certified Telegraph copy of 'cept education. candidates Is, should services be cut Accident Cuts Down Travis WoodsA
weeks away. minutes from a Clay County commis- Clews says he runs a quiet, behind or taxes raised to the to-mill limit
Their hopes are high, apparently sion meeting in which that board, of the scenes door to door campaign. .next year? water skiing accident,resulting In a fractured fourth vertebra,has put a
I S nobody thinks he or she is going to be which Drawdy Is chairman, submitted No new issues have developed in the Seven races are set for the Sept. crimp in incumbent City Commissioner Travis Woods' efforts for re-election
disappointed after the votes are a plan to the House Committee on county commission races. There re- primaries in the county and the city of to his Group I 5 council seat.
5 counted Sept. 7, or at least they're Ignoring Reapportionment which divided mains the question!of mining the San Starke.Starke's first primary is Sept. The accident occurred Wednesday,August 4,at Kingsley Lake when Woods
i the. possibility. Hope springs Bradford County in half.A ta Fe Swamp i for peat by Georgia- 14, a week later than the county and fell while skiing and was thrown into a somersault on the water.
j eternal., as the saying goes. Clay County grand jury is currently Pacific and financing of volunteer fire state. Woods is home, up and about in a brace, said his wife when contacted
: All school board'candidates say investigating conflict of in- departments. Less talked about, but All the big state offices from the yesterday (Wednesday). "He could be in the brace for as long as three mon-
nobody mentions a single issue to terest charges against Drawdy. The ,just as Important, and perhaps more governor on down, the Dist. 21 state ths.The doctor isn't saying how long. His appointment with the doctor is the
s them as they do their politicing. It's a candidate says he signed conflict of immediate, is the tight money situation House post, and the Dist I 5 state day before the political rally and we are hoepful Travis will receive a good
S deathly quiet off-year election so far, interest forms, and that there is no the county faces. Senate post, and the U.S. House of report and be able to attend. Raid Mrs. Woods. '
: showing no signs of heating violation of the law. The dispute i Expenditures have been held the Representatives Distrct 2 post all
;j Enough to worry an experienced can-up. reportedly is over the Clay commis- same as this year with only 7 percentin have candidates running in the Sept.7 -
: didate, who- usually would rather sion's approving a platt, then an electrical pay raises added to the current first primary.At .
i have the issues clear cut and out in :: firm of which: Drawdy was part budget County Clerk Gib Brown is the local level the races are:
; the open. owner, getting the electrical contract trying to balance. The commissionhas County commission: District 2, in-
from the developer.Drawdy placed a hiring freeze on county cumbent E.L. (Nook) Norman and Chicken
!| The District 21 state House race is said, when in the emmployees. newcomer Les Whitehead. District 4, fyK
: heating up between incumbent Frank Telegraph this week, he wants to win Millage is already at 9.5, with only incumbent E.W. Hodges and
t Williams, D-Crystal Lake, and the election honestly or not at all. Vfc-mill to go before reaching the 10 challenger Bill Alderman.
i challenger Lee Drawdy of Orange mill cap set by state law. Property School board: District 1,incumbent Nuggets JSomething
: Park, chairman of the Clay County Jim Crews, District 5 state Senate Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez says the Arthur Gaskins and challenger Judy :
r Commission. Each is accusing the candidate, and school board can- county will lose $8-8.5 million in tax- Becker. In District 2, incumbent
f other of trying to divide Bradford didate Judy Becker tried it door to able property value due to the additional Patricia Spengler Is challenged by
County In reapportionment hassles door In east Starke last Saturday $5,000 homestead exemption, Ted Oglesby and Maxie Reddish. /
j last year. afternoon. The residents they calledon which will translate into a loss of District 5, incumbent and current
: According to Williams, at a Mid- said they were the first candidates some $115,000 in property tax school board chairman J.T.Parrish is
: dleburg rally Drawdy accused they'd seen in the neighborhood. revenue. challenged by Jerry Lawson.In .
Williams of going along with the reapportionment Crews, back strongly by educationand The half mill the county commission the City of Starke, Group 1 com
: plan which divided Brad- conversation groups, stresses he can raise in new taxes would br- missioner Bob Milner is challenged
by former police chief and body shop
operator Bobby Biggs,and in Group 5
commissioner Travis Woods is again
challenged by Starke apartmentowner
/ I W L( Joe Williams.


Death NoticeInfant

Son Guthrie Delicious

,+ Services for the stillborn infant son 7 Pieces
of James R. and Katherine Starling
Guthrie of Starke will be held this
afternoon (Thursday), at 4 pm in the Chicken NuggetsWith

jb f j w;?I"tr, ",". h, Elzey Chapel Cemetery in Lake
; ; .: : the Sauce of Your Choice
L* '" Survivors also include one brother,
,:: "" ;:R'I i it Ashley; paternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur W. Brock of Starke 1.45
Rush Hour Traffic Was Slowed to a Crawl on US-301 at the South City Limits After the Semi Turned her and James C.Guthrie of Jacksonville ONLY
Wednesday Afternoon. Beach; maternal grandparents are
Mr, and Mrs. Warren Starling of
I Keystone Heights; maternal great-
Semi is Victim of Non-Contact Hit and RunThe Lake grandmother Butler. is Mrs. Eula Carlton of ooaaaaauiiJc( (

driver of a 1975 International Graveside services will be con- ; ?? 111313 (]
tractor-trailer truck, which was northbound ducted under the direction of Doyle ._
swerved in order to avoid Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
striking a vehicle that had pulled out 1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FLorida 964-6567
in front of him,causing his vehicle to
jackknife and sending him to the
Bradford County Hospital.The .
South Carolina man was injured -
in the accident, the extent not
known at press time, he was to remain Republicans Have More
in the hospital but was not Money
critical.There was the possibility of a
concussion.The .
"rig"didn't fare so well either,
it was totalled: in the accident.
a A large crowd gathered in the rain DEMOCRA.TSHave
following"the'accident at the city ,
limits Qa USr3fllsouth August 18 at -
5:15: p.m. The Starke City Fire
: Department was called. to the scene
:. According to Patrolman Steve
Backus,the driver Harry C.Prentissof
Summerville S. C. took to the
ditch because rtk More
were children him.'r
out in front of 'A

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I ; :, .. f Democrats Plan Hard 'Times 'Fun -= at Political Rally Here August 28"We I

i Harking back to "Hoover Days" oft Hard Times Special of Hot Dcg and All 36 Democratic now have the present the meeting quickly adjourned loose leaf ledger). Sorry, boys thai
the 1930s. Bradford County Coke for 10 cents (no limit). candidates on the largest and most active to the back room. page is out.Councilman.
Democrats will sponsor a Political Sept 14 ballot will be
Hard Tunes at the Spectators are invited to wear their Democratic Com- Chairman ? Pitch: We've got tn
Rally and Party invited to speak and : Any new business
mittee in the
Hard Times of the 1930s county'shistory those broken sewers before w
stadium "glad rags" Where repair
BHS football Saturday, will be alloted a maximum is Yakson'Councilman
We still have
other ), and $25 cash annex more new territory. How
28, at 7 (or any period any
." p.m., prizes will be awarded to the man of five minutes. P a few vacancies in Bawson: Yak is out about the sinking fund?
Built around the Great Depression woman, boy, and girl wearing the State didates and will district be heard can some of the new looking for votes Let's all raise our Chairman Don't you remember,
musical theme of "Brother Can You best (or rather the worst) costume. precincts and will be salaries
it the meter the
plus ,
first, county can glad to have applica- we spent money

Rallies of Past "Politics has been quiet so far this didates second, and city candidates tions from anyone (man or woman) cigarette tax' money and for mortgagedthe
and we're to SplCthings last If state and Light Plant revenues 30 years
year trying delayed arriving wishing to serve on the committee. Hot Dogs and Coke
Were Torrid Events; up a little and get the people out to district candidates will be permitted The State Committee requires a com- Buns There's nothing to it signed
No Holds Barred hear the candidates' said to speak later in the program. Rev, mitteeman and a committeewoman Going for a Dime the bonds, we take in the ponds, they
Democratic Executive Committee Roman Alvarez, a member of the from each voting precinct. Just Like Old Times pay the bonds.
chairman E.L. Matthews. "Most of Democratic Committee,will serve as
Spare a Dime,"songs of the 1930s era, the voters around now don't master of ceremonies, backed up by Matthews says that political rallies Chief Thornton: Boys, don't give
with updated words nbbing the pre- remember the hard times of the his infallible stop watch. Candidates today are "mild affairs"compared to Chief Hornton: We gotta get a new up. Kurly is going to straighten out
sent GOP administration will be Interspersed Great Depression but are beginningto in each group will be heard in some of the torrid sessions held in the police car. Just last night I had to Temple Aveune fUS-SOl right by his
with political speeches of get a little taste of it now But even alphabetical order 1800s According to an old newspaper walk home from Jo Jo's (bar). old Simmons place and when we take
state district, county. and city can in the Hoover Days Americans still account a "mammoth basket picnic"was Pewis: Boys, can't you rememberthe four times more new property into the
didates. managed to have a little fun. and we Matthews said that due to splitting held on New River in 1898.: "The city is broke. We haven't got the city we can all get paid on an. area

Instead of the 1930s soup lines the would like "to bring back some of that five voting precincts,made necessaryby politicians..were there rings and money from the last bonds yet. basis.
"hungry multitude"will be fed with a spirit now the recent legislative redistricting, anti-rings shaking hands bowing Where's the old All join in singing to the tune "HotTime"
and scraping to the ladies and kissingthe Bawson: money There'll by a pay raise In the
babies until the marshal of the Hishop left? Let's spend It. new town some night!

. day announced that the big guns from Clerk Bons: We've already spent it
Yes. be fun.
Starke and Lake Butler were loaded politics can
and here's where it went (grabbing
; for bear and about to explode"

:EiQ.t'T'DlttALS I : : I ; county This was seat during elections one, of before the famous Brad- [ -- : --- -I Is

ford divided form Union ,
1921 to
was in
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.' County "The fusilade was led by Col. ,
J.L. Hill for Lake Butler, followed by
Col. CL. Peek of Starke (it seems
that everybody was a Colonel in those
Rallies Afford OpportunityTo days), and the onslaught was kept up
by John B. Crews of Butler, followedby 4w
T.A. Knight of Starke" T

Discuss Issues
Spice was also injected into most 'i-
ty and county elections in the iWO-M :
era by a Starke attorney. Hollis v' \
.. Perhaps our political would be a good opportunity The financial bind in which Knight who once aspired to become .
rallies have become too to bring this issue out in the the county will be caught in Mayor of Starke. He made a door-to- t

genteel. In recent years, candidates open for full discussion. the 1983-84 budget year is door canvas of the town and claimed. i P
he had his ,
seem reluctant to enough pledges to assure
also that deserves .
Another issue that is far a
tread on each other's toes election. But election night returns
even when their from being resolved is the attention. With another large told a vastly different story Knight
J political future funding of the county's loss in tax dollars coming up was badly beaten by his running-mate
f is at stake. No
more DeWitt C. Jones. Ever after thatLawyer's
due to another jump in "i
j I blood and thunder like they volunteer fire departments.In A_
homestead and >
had at rallies in the old days preliminary budget hearings exemption,
only half a mill left for a Antics
: t, no more charges and the six remaining and SO'S your old mart !
possible raise in taxes before
R counter charges. no more departments (exclusive of Injected SpiceIn
, discussion of "the issues City of Starke) have submit- reaching the 10 mill cap, Local Politics Arch Thomas, Jr. (left and Fonzo Griffis weren't just "Whittling! Dix:
whatever be. ted requests totaling $70,819 there seems no where to turn ie" when they squared off for Bradford's State House seat in the 19b they might The Starke department sub- for additional tax revenue, Political rallies used to generate fireworks, but have become sedate in recent
. Perhaps that is the except for new constructionin Knight claimed he knew "just how years.Florida.
reason mitted no dollar figure, indicating many liars there are in Starke" but
i rallies fail to arouse the in- it would leave theI' the county, and a possible, he never lost interest in politics -
though not guaranteed, in- most of his efforts being bent toward

= crease in sales tax. On top of defeating a candidate rather_than I Panther, Endangered SpeciesThere II
s $ $ } Ja these adverse factors, the
:!JiD dJ1J a CD ;JjJ U) ) county has now used up its
v are few animals in the world woods out of curiosity, and lurk in
nest of
---- egg "carryover"funds with the mystique that surrounds the trees to spring o nthe backs of riding
and won't be able to Florida panther.Unfortunately. horses."
and attract the crowds
terest amount to the board'sdiscretion.
up fall back on this source to the mystery and the "Actually, there are few proven
they did in the "good old At its workshop meet the deficit. aura of the panther also leads to cases of panther attacks on people.
days" of rough and tumble sessions, the Commission cut many misunderstandings about the Those which were confirmed occured
politics. Who can blame the firemen's requests backto Does anyone have plans or animal. years ago when" the panther was more
voters for staying home and the same amount they suggestions for financing thecounty's "At one time panthers were found numerous he said.
throughout Florida, including the Today the panther is very secretive
insteadof from
watching television received this total of needs a year
year a The few remaining animals today and reamins elusive to research
attending rallies ,when $13,450; including $4,700 for ,' now? What is the answer? Keys.live primarily i ntheKakahatehee' biologists. Through the use of specially .

candidates get up state their the City of Starke. The Brad cutting* services or Strand of the Big'Cypress National trained dogs the Commission has

name, come out for ford volunteers, who locked employees?. a special gas sop Preserve and the Everglades Na- captured and attached radio collarsto
motherhood and apple pie, the fire house door several tax? consolidation of tional Park," said Chris Belden, seven of the cats.
for the Florida Small transmitters located in thecollar
ask to be remembered at the ? It would be research biologist
months ago following unsuc- departments Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission emit symbols that can be I
polls on election day, and sit cessful efforts to obtain more interesting to hear some monitored to learn more about their

down. funding, did not submit a request ideas. The Florida panther is a large. lifestyles.The -
BOYS and GIRLS, long-tailed, light brown cat reachinga Florida panther has been protested I
Sometimes clearcut issues These are just a few of the Enter Hard Times maximum length of about seven since 1958 and is now listed on

are hard to define and can- How do the Commission county's problems the Cityof Costume Contest feet and an average weight of 100 the federal and state endangered
didates feel that it is Starke and the School pounds species list.
may candidates feel about future Board also face issues that it electing one to office. Panther tracks are about three inches The Florida Panther Act of 1979
/ better to let sleeping dogs lie, funding of the volunteer wide which makes them makes the killing of this animal a
would be and During one election he
,-; rather than stir them up. But firemen? It is an issue that is interesting (anonymously) printed and significantly larger than a full grown felony.
to voters to
this does nothing to enlighten helpful bobcat.
of equal importance to the distributed a "take off" on a "Pity
: i the voters, trying to make a firemen, as well as the discussed. Council" meeting In"Lark, Florida. "Large cats have always intrigued.' !Peat Mining Effect
decision who can best 28 7 It went something like this: people and this had led to con,;
on citizens in unincorporatedareas Saturday, Aug. p.m siderable folklore," Belden said. On Water Quality
serve the public's interest who depend on the at the BHS stadium is the Chairman Pewis calls Pity Councilto "Panthers are reported to scream Not Yet Determined

during the next four years. volunteers for fire protec- time and place for such a order but a lone taxpayer being like women follow people in the Spokesmen for ,Georgia-Pacific

Aside from the usual roads tion, as well as having to pay forum. Candidates should not 'JHI t II Corporation( presented the City of
the cost with their tax waste this opportunity by : Gainesvllle'sf Water Quality Ad Hoc
and drainage problems, dollars. evading the issues. McMillan Says Kingsley Luke1',,: '", :: : ::T 1.Committeee'with a's'lidepresentation
which seem to be minimal at last week on the proposed peat mining

this point, in spite of the Should Have Been Meandered ,operation in Santa Fe Swamp:

heavy summer rainfall, Restrictions Needed On Garage Salesno assist Purpose the committee of the meeting in evaluating was the to

there are several issues that Kingsley Lake was first surveyed in nothing be done about the error effert, if any that the proposed mining -
i could be developed at the 1831, when it was shown on maps as : would have on the quantity and
1 Aug. 28 Democratic rally, When does a yard sale, overhead, be permitted to "Kingsley Pond" M.G. (Merrill) McMillan Court also several said that the Florida rut-:, quality of Gainesville's water supply
sale sale attic without license in McM lan, veteran local surveyor Supreme I years ago When quizzed on the possible effects,
which might help voters to garage porch operate ed that non-meandered lakes (i.e. t.
directors of the 'f
told members and However, GP StephenE
sale whatever lose its competition with the already included l in
before or that
make up their minds Kingsley Lake Property Owners those were actually Toler IMld. "We don't have an
going to the polls next month. amateur status and become a hardpresed professional Assn.at a meeting Saturday morning. the survey) are privately,owned. To answer to that at this point."
business subject to city or businessman? add to the confusion, however, on In reply to GP'a claim that using
: Of primary importance to county license? McMillan said the early surveyor, 'some property deeds at KingsleyLake peat to burn In its boilers would make
;J the people of the entire county Another consideration, is for some unkown reason, did not lot lines extend out into the lake,' 'the company less dependent on

I f: especially those in the That is a touchy questionnow that a garage sale, if stagedtoo meander the lake, which would have while extending others only describe"to the the water's property edge.as" foreign oil for energy, Gainesville
Santa Fe Lake area is the confronting city and often might well affect the excluded it from surrounding sec- Commissioner Mark Goldstein said,
tional surveys by running survey McMillan said however, that in "We already have the Coal." He said
proposed draining and mining county zoners, as the zoning of an area, changingthe lake has if it
lines around the perimeter of the either case the property owner he would ask the city commission
I of the Santa Fe Swamp popularity of these household atmosphere of a district instead of through the lake surface. "riparian rights to use of the waterin would be willing lo supply coal to GP
for its peat content. The junk disposalls become more from residential to commer- The instructions given to early front of his property for:recrea- at an advantageous price in order to
casual observer who doesn't and more popular. There's a cial. In spite of the profits they surveyors by the government tional purposes. There would be no prevent past mining In Bradford

.: too much about the little bit of good and a little bit generate, no one has yet goneso stipulated that all lakes morethan 25 particular advantage to woning the County.
worry acres in size should be meandered. lake bottom McMillan said since Another commissioner, Brian Win
s availability of clean water of bad in almost everything, far as to claim that such Kingsley is more than 1,900 acres in permits must be obtained from the chester, an ecologist, offered to tour
i j I and air in the future, as long and even angels would fear to sales, with a conglomerationof area. McMillan said that the 1831 state as well as the U.S. Corps of the swamp and submit a report of his

,I : as they're adequate today, read on the toes of housewives used clothing hanging froma .survey was officially approved by the engineers to build docks and other professional opinion of its condition. to
; might wonder about the concern eager to clean out their closets clothes line, do anything to surveyor general so there was structures over the water. the commission.

i j f over "an ugly old and dispose of excess improve the scenery of a

1 swamp that's not good for clothing, toys, tools, and bric- neighborhood.Then Bret Marchant Returns

anything anyway.' Well, a-brac that have accumulatedover there is always the Forestry in Bradford CountyBy From Alaskan PatrolCoast

I there is great concern, and it the years. Some of these temptation to advertise such Guard Sonar Technician 2nd

t is justified. For the Santa Fe sales can prove quite profitable sales in a manner that is unac- David Norton Class Bret A. Marchant son of
also and help a William H.and Lorretta J, Marchant
Swamp is a valuable pay
::1' and Bradford Forester
ceptable, perhaps illegal. County
wetlands and contributes to few household bills, as well as of Starke recently returned from an
For instance the of
nailing Alaskan Fisheries Patrol.He .
!: the stability and water quality getting rid of unwanted items. sings on city utility poles a With the continued influx of new or limbs ripped off. All of these types is a crewmember aboard the
:. people moving into Bradford County, of injuries can lead to insect or fungus Coast Guard Cutter Rush,
Santa Fe Lake Santa
of for
But what happens when no-no, even politicians. residential and commercial develop- attacks which may kill your prized homeported in San Francisco.
Fe River, and ultimately the these amateur experiments in At least the problem is get ment has and will continue to increase shade tree. During the two-month patrol his

i, j Suwannee River. merchandising are staged ting some attention from It is also apparent that a ma- It is a wise thought to consider leavIng vessel operated in conjunction with
i' with such that jority of these new residents will trees and native vegetation to Coast Guard aircraft from two
( Since the Bradford County frequency they several sources, and if yard choose to place their new dream shade accent home Alaskan locations. The patrol,a year-
r i Commission will have the almost become a perpetual, sales continue to get bigger home somewhere in the piney woods development or But this your is not enoughto or round Coast Guard effort, is designedto
final say-so on whether the established business? In such and better and more regular, of this country. This presents a problem insure that these trees will remair protect U.S. waters from illegal
swamp is drained and mined, cases, the professional who knows but what they not only to the tree that but tree also has to alive after that house is constructed foreign intrusion and enforcement of
L that voters businessmen might well ask like most the homeowner once To insure the beauty and life of the U.S. fisheries regulations.
it important might, everythingelse construction related injuries -
i1: died from it must be protected from The Rush U 378 feet long and normally
know the stand of each Commission why are these merchandisers, these days, find they are damages tree during the construction carries a crew of 160. It is arm-
1. candidate on this with no rent to pay, no in violation of some rule, law, It its very important that all trees, operation. ed with five-inch gun machine guns
i I issued The rally on the 28th employees to hire, and little or or ordinance. pines especially be kept free from and anti-submarine torpedoII.About .
any damage during a construction There are various step an
., s operation.Trees which have shade or dividual or a developer can take to
other aesthetic values to the property protect his trees from these types of
; must be protected during a construc- damages. This Information It l cur > s
; : a tion operation rently available In booklet form (with
the 1SOO. the
Damage to trees resulting from illustrations) at the County Forester's year
>WMH_ H construction,can occur in a variety of office. Aztec city on the site of
s't a1 The tint pretzels it is said were'made by monk in southern Europe. a reward for way: trunk or bark smashed roots U you desire this type oC informa- present-day Mexico City had
children, who learned their prayers. severed or compacted and branch tion, please call 9644280 ext. 219. an estimated 100,000 people.



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Pamela Jo Stalnaker and Clifford Johnson

Wed Aug. 7 in Pine Level Baptist Church Social' Side Of The News !

o.., eUffmrdanI of Starke and Gladys Mooty
\ '1 Johnson of
v ...U' bum, a: .\.. were united In mar- Society Editor,
riage Saturday afternoon, Aug.7, at 2
p m. at the Pine Level Baptist Church
96 7608
with Rev Gary Wheeler of Jackson- -

ville and Rev Bob Lewthold of .... -......,..................,..............
'.Charleston, S.C performing the nup- i.
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The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Telephone Co. Holds Cindy Rowell,
Elizabeth Stalnaker of Starke and Annual PicnicThe Steve FutchEngagement
James Stalnaker of San Marcus,
Texas. The groom is the son of Mr. Continental Telephone Co. held Told
and Mrs Clifford Johnson of its annual summer picnic Saturday = Cynthia Strickland Rowell and
Charleston, S.C. from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the home of aiV Phillip Steven Futch announce their
Mrs. Frank Durrance, organist, I, 4 HI Mary and Jim Lee on Georges Lakeat engagement and approaching mar-
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hallgren of I Florahome.The M riage.
Ocala, in a duet, presented a programof employees families enjoyed r 15 Cindy Is the daughter of Frow
nuptial swimming, skiing, boating and Strickland of Kingsley Lake and the
cookout. late Elizabeth M. Strickland. Steve is
The 40 attending included the the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Benton
ed with Starke employees and families and I, Futch of Starke. "'
large Jeff McGeehee, the state manager, I '
i Wedding vows will be exchanged on
choir loft and his four children. "'t; Saturday, Oct. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the
greenery, First United Methodist Church in

bows candle with _._- Starke.Mr. Futch is manager of Jones
marked Pool Party Cindy Rowell Funeral Home.
_-' Mr. All friends and relatives are invitedto
Hot Cookout Steve Futch
?:: best man. Dog attend.
:=.: Myrtle t Held Sunday -
sr -
Alescia Odom and Cindy Winkler -
:SC ss brother of held a pool party and hot dog cookout
-": and Sunday afternoon from 4 to 10 p.m. at
: groom, of the home of Alescia's grandparents,
g=:: Mrs. ji: Road.Mr and Mrs. G.S. Brown on Raiford
:::= of honor
was maid The 25 young people enjoyed swim-
the bride. ming in the pool, games and stereo
Sherri music along with a hot dog cookout
Kenney -- during the party hours.
The Browns assisted Mr.
were by
and Mrs. Arthur Winkler.
Charleston.All in the shape of a bible
the printed on the cake,
$ 5
alike in are no more twain, but Off
gowns Mark 10:8.: On each end of Methodist Class -

sleeves neckline ; and an arrangement a pewter lantern of blue of Holds PartiesThe On All

trim at Jackson her Methodist Women's Sunday
'. a gift
: flowed from Wyoming. School class held several parties
;;-- waistline. cut the cake. recently.On $ P Perms
rings of the Hall were blue silk July 29 they had a covered dish 0
matching palms and luncheon-business meeting at the
the back. home of Mrs. Kay McKinley. The
varigated at the reception were class honored Wanda Atwood and $2.00 Off
and long Alvarez, wedding coor- Doug Reddish, who were recently
The Mrs. Sue Tilley,reception married, at a luncheon Aug. 3 at On All Haircuts
brother, ; Miss Rhonda Sue Western Steer Steak House. On Tues-
wore a Connie Moody, Miss day night, Aug. 10, the class went to Now Thru Aug. 31st.
featuring Miss Tammy Volcox, Gainesville and had a dinner party at
: organdy Thomas, Mrs. A.B. the EastWind Restaurant honoringthe
: tilly lace. Mrs. Elva McRae and birthdays of Mrs. Twila Call TINA & VICKIE
: matching Myrick. Kerschner and Mrs. Joyce Telken.
ing skirt wedding trip to Disney And today, Thursday, the class will 964.5030
that Cypress Gardens, the cou- celebrate the birthdays of Lucile God-
train and in Chattanooga, win and Carolyn Eaves at a luncheonat 0
: lace and the Brown Derby in Gainesville. Bradford Square

'. crown finger-tip with is in her fourth year at Barber. Shop, Starke t...."", _.
'.' around Temple University major
She elementary education. Your Vote For
gerberias will graduate from Tem
cented Theological Seminary in
and a masters of Divinity
,f'-'.''" sijver ;degree and will pursue a Jerry LAWSON
groom: pastor,. .. .,,.' ,
M r I Is A Vote For

Improved Education in Bradford County


Wed School Board District 5

: aw.i.n is All,
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Miss table was centered with
: wedding cake accented
'. .' Clarence of yellow roses and top-
Richard arrangements of yellow

united Ray in 'r"I candelabras, the cake with were burn-five Community service : a trademarkof

at 7 p,m. in tapers. Mrs. Mark Joyner
Rev. Bennett cut the cake.
Kirkland table was centered with the Fortune team.
: of yellow roses and
'M> music [ Miss Lydia Starling

?.:> ..piano.and, Taylor served punch _
punch bowls at both ends ----
.0 and Mrs<' "Along with the staff in the
The, ('
S/ "II'" '
brass arch cake was served by a association's Starke office, S. G.
ni! .-1 jade palms Brantley and Miss Julie __ _
9t f' 91,,'with seven table centered with a N Denmark, John Torode and I
topped with a bride -. '
i.nspiral/ ; groom's coattail, and l provide feedback and advice so
t '::1 with> .pots
:, ,; fern, thicus ball and chain, billy that Fortune Federal is a good
and a replica of a
: 'i i'ed ;
.. n-' : } competitor and fulfills its responsibilities -
,. ., and ice tea were also
; I' (white the evening. z as a good corporate citizenof
in serving were Mrs J.C. Starke."
.: : book and
: S.J. O'Steen and Mrs.
accented Scrolls and rice bags
kneeling out by Miss April Taylor
Robert Schmitt. E. L. Matthews
,. '- man. a wedding trip to Jekyll Member
'. the couple are residing at
:: Martin,
,'. Carlton _' Fortune Federal
.. graduated from Bradford
: : usher.Miss and was employed at % North Florida
of honor. _
." ',: of qiana graduated from Advisory BoardHis
.,;.. sleeves School and is employed
; '
.... neckline Body Shop and wrecker
yellow sa .is a minister in the Chur- family's been publishing the local newspaper for more than 100 years,

wreath in her hair of and E. L. "Gene" Matthews has a reputation for reporting the news
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*.".. hanging of accurately and working hard for community improvements. He presentlyserves
a yellow Opening as chairman of the Executive Committee of the Bradford County

..'....' .' streamers. Democratic Party. Gene's an expert on local history and serves as presidentof
"'" Jeannie & Nursery the Bradford County Historical Society's Board of Trustees. He can tell

"": Jennifer bridesmaid ., Starke you that Fortune Federal is actively supporting several programs that

,,::. flower girl. Offer benefit the youth of Starke including sponsoring a Dixie Youth baseball

.It. Basket team and a Pop Warner football team, providing cash prizes and awardsfor
$500 off
:;'I/;. Set by the Bradford-Union Counties Youth Steer Show and Sale, donating

;.,'... full attendance prizes for several elementary school carnivals and contributing to the local

-1 j.. melon .,'! Matthews is
n'::. weeks Shriners' campaign for their children's hospital. When Gene

;itStarke s": Rec. part of your team, you're going to make some good history.

Two sets .
sor be
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S.TU .other a\

.from 9 a.m. .1"\k.-' I FORTUNEFEDcRflL JU ::

A $20 : '\ 'c
,, ed to pay : : Stoifce Office:

"through Call 964-8064"' Savings and Loan Association ?5 w. Madison 964-5000

Dept. office
Temple :

and 1-3 p.m. ,

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:-.. 1 Rec.nt Bride Is L1 .a'. I.a'' + sI Bradford. Youngsters r. "r Sylvia Pittman, i

t. Shower Honor.. {, Terry Lawrence '

Mrs. Dan Hildebran, the former Pageant WinnersThree To Wed. Sept. 4

'. 1; Cindy Lawson whose marriage was i.
I ,: an event of Aug. 6, was honored at a Mrs. Lydia D. Pittman and Samuel
Bradford youngsters came ."j Pittman Sr., of Starke, announce the
i bridal shower on July 30 at 7:30 p.m. ,. ..
1 in the Fellowship Hall at Madison away with honors from the First Annual i engagement and upcoming marriageof
Street Baptist Church. Harry Anna King & Queen '\ their daughter, Sylvia Ann Pittman '
Hostesses were: Mrs. Kenneth Pageant sponsored Saturday, Aug. 7, [ to Terrence Lenard Lawrence, son of '.
'" Etheridge, Mrs. Pete Richardson, by the Elks Club in Gainesville. .,' f Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Lawrence of
y Mrs. Robert Mathews, Mrs. Ronnie Tammy Morrow, 14, won the Pre- : Tampa. ::
Tomlinson Mrs. Robert Mrs. teen Division.Tammy is the daughterof a. Miss Pittman is a former graduateof
Tylicza, '
Harold Epps, Mrs. Clarence Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Morrow .of' .,a i Bradford High School, and is
Mrs. Tommy Thomas, Mrs. Jack Starke. iI presently attending the University of
Underhill, Mrs. Rhymer Howell, Sr., Selena Norman, 10, won her I, South Florida, majoring in the field of
Mrs. C.P. Nazworth and Mrs. R.O. disivison. Selena is the daughter of pyschology. She has a degree In
Mr i Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Norman ofSR-225. Liberal Arts and is employed as a

Dansby The serving table was covered witha .-..:.... Rodney Padgett, 5, was runner-up medical receptionist.Mr. .
white cutwork cloth over blue and ..\ in the King and Queen Pageant. Lawrence is a resident of Tam-
was centered with a blue silk flower J Rodney is the son of Mr. and Mrs. pa and has previously( served 3 yearsof
arrangement. The gift table was Ronnie Padgett of Starke. tour duty with the U.S. Army in
covered with a white cutwork cloth Selena Norman recently placed in Germany. Presently he is attending
over yellow. the top 10 finalists in the Miss Florida Sylvia Pittman Hillsborough Community College majoring

The honoree was presented with a .i Hemisphere Pageant. She was first in the field of engineering. He
Oval Baker to her chosen China pat- rv runner-up in the Miss Georgia is employed by the city of Tampa as
tern as a memento of the occasion. Hemisphere Pageant where she wona BRAND NAME JEANS an engineering assistant.
Corsages were given to the honoree, trophy for the best dress in her division 25% OFF The wedding will take place Sept. 4
and second in
her mother, Mrs. David Lawson and was runer-up in Tampa.
At Leila's Dross Shop
: modeling division of the pageant.
Gary 'O'
Bradford Shopping Center
Approximately 60 guests )

Methodist Bazaar .,' Brooker News JL L "J' JL I I

Workers Have
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards and Bride Elect Honored "
Planning LuncheonMrs. Pageant winners... By C.E. "Sue" Davis daughter Corene of Bradenton were Miss Angle Andrews of New River,

Bob Ferguson and Mrs. Morris Rodney Padgett, 5; Selena Norman, 10, and Tammy Morrow, 14. all took Phone: 485-1344 the wekend guests of Mrs. Eva Har- bride elect of Bryan Nazworth of
Williams had a luncheon at the honors In a Gainesville Elks Club pageant competition to raise money for the Brooker Elementary School rell and Eva accompanied them to the Gainesville, was honored at a bridal
home of the latter at Kingsley Lake Harry Anna Crippled Children's Hospital. We wish to extend a welcome to the Rimes reunion held at the club housein ( shower given by Elmer Hamilton,

last Thursday for the past five new principal of B.E.S., Wayne Worthington Springs on Sunday. JoAnn Fussel, Robin Dukes, Virginia

Methodist Bazaar chairmen.The McLeod who Is a local boy and has Crews, Gene Parrish, Theo Dyal,
luncheon table held straw place been in administration for the past Margaret Ann Dyal, Cathy Hallmark
with blue Did You KnowMrs. -" " JL "
mats and was centered a seven years in surrounding areas. Teressa Williams, Denese Staffordand
and ecru silk flower arrangement.Mrs. McLeod announces that Mrs. Gail The Rev. and Mrs. Jim Coun- Beverly Welch in the fellowship
Williams and Mrs. Fergusonare Edward Kimbril of Ocala was a Cook will be screening the K-students tryman and daughters celebratedMrs. hall of the New River Baptist Church
co-chairmen for this year's Ruth Shanbarger of Starke guest last week of Len Eaves. beginning Aug. 19. Parents will be Countryman's birthday and a Aug. 12 Potted plants and pink and
bazaar which will be held Nov. 18. and Mrs. Pauline Dishman of Hampton called by COOK as the program gets few days visit with her parents, Mr. white decorations were placed at
Ideas, suggestions and plans were spent last week in Stewartstown, Ms. Sandi Tanksley of Miami and underway. Principal McLeod said and Mrs. K.S. Johnson in Dunedin. points of interest throughout the party
made for the bazaar and workshops Pa. visiting their ill brother and other Mrs. Wally Fox and children of that all students must have an up- They enjoyed trips, visiting old room. The refreshment table was
.- are already being held for the affair. relatives and friends Peoria, 111. spent last Wednesday to dated immunize record to present friends and family members, and covered with candles and the punch
Friday with their uncle, A.J. Eaves, before they will be allowed to start trips to the beach and a get-together bowl was entwined with greenery.
Salad Luncheon Miss Adrienne Barry will return III and family.Dr. class. The teachers will assume pool-side dining. Highlights of the trip After the honoree opened her many
Sunday from Camp Tapawingo at duties beginning Aug. 24, and be was little Cindy Lou learned how to lovely gifts refreshments of punch,
: At Woman's Club Sweden, Maine where she was head of Ronald E. Dopson and staff attended available for consultation if parentS swim below and above the water. All finger sandwiches, fruit tarts and a
; Friday, Aug. 27 the canoeing recreation department chiropratic seminars in Atlanta wish to call first then stop by the in all, the week was a very eventfulone vegetable tray were enjoyed by the 65 ;
. for the summer. She will enter Ga. from Aug. 1215. Classes on extensive school during regular hours. Classes for the family. guests.
. f There will be a salad luncheon for graduate school at the University of therapies, patient care and office will begin Aug. 30.
the public at the Starke Woman'sClub Florida on Monday. procedures were some of the Brooker Baptist Church
: on Friday, Aug. :27, from 11:30: highlights attended by the doctor and The Rev. Andy Moon announced the
: a.m. to 1:30: p.m. including ice tea or Mrs. C.C. Hoppe returned to her his assistants, Faye Daily and vacation Bible school held at the St. Edwards Church Hall
. coffee at $2.50, tax included. In addi- home in Tampa Tuesday after a Josephine Villa.BRAND church last week was a huge success
. tion there will be a choice oft weeks visit with her sisters,Mrs.O.L. with an average attendance of 85 a
homemade desserts. Take out orders Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. night. Family night commencementwas BINGOEvery
I: will be available. NAME JEANS held with a full house Sunday

Mrs. Janet Turner of Starke and 25% OFFat night and refreshments were servedto Saturday 7:30: P.M.
t Mrs. T.G. Ritch of Jacksonville have the guests and participants in the 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke. Fla.
Lolla's Dross
Concert To Be Held returned from a weeks vacation and fellowship hall afterwards.
t. At Christian ChurchA tour visiting David Ritch at Princeton Bradford Shopping Center Around Town
University, N.J.; toured the Dutch Mrs. Ruby Hodges is home to all
concert will be presented by the country in Pennsylvania; visited Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Collings her friends after eye surgery in the
Christian Heirs of Ocala on Sunday, and Mrs. Walter Williams at Huntington visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. North Regional Hospital in Re-Elect .
Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. at the First Chris- Md.; visited Brant Turner William Collings and relatives in Gainesville last week. Visitors Sun-
tian Church. and Dr. John Burton in Washington, Melbourne and were sight-seeing in day afternoon were Mr. and Mrs.
The church extends a welcome to D.C. and toured Virginia. Busch Gardens and Clearwater E.W. Hodges and Mr. and Mrs. Mark
all to come and hear the message by Beach last week. Hodges and son of Hampton and Mrs.

this quartet. Sissy Hunt and daughter, Tina, of PaE
Miss Val Seay and Peggy Morrisseyand Gainesville.Mrs. .
25% OFF
Veletia Lovelace returned
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morrissey of
First At tclla't Dr. Shop
Penny Farms were guests Saturdayof home last week after a combination of
present musicalThe Bradford Shopping C.nr.rMr Mr:and Mrs. Lawrence Crews and, business and pleasure trip to Denver- School Hoard-.

... Pam at their St. Johns ._ _
First Baptist Church of Lake ft fry-yt.. *'t. iwr.'i <"'. '.' daughter CoLMr. '" '*""
and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton arld1Mr. Duir'icW ;
and Mrs: Wallace McNelley of River Cabin in Astor, Fla. Gere ,
Butler will present "Sing On ChurchI" and Mrs. Hamilton hate'returned
fried fish Jimmy
Crews prepared a delicious it, eT
Knoxville, Tenn. are visiting the
Sunday evening,August 29, beginning home after withZedra's
at 7:30 junior McNelley family here this dinner that evening after catchingover visiting ; Pat Asks
p.m. brother J.O. Hamilton in
300 fish that day.
week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
The will feature the First
program New York for several days.
Baptist "Ambassadors" and"Diplomats" McNelley, Jr. and children, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns and '
Mrs. William Rink and Mrs. Mildred Questions
trios and those along good with ole solos fashionedmen's duets, Bellizzi spent Friday to Monday at daughter spent the weekend with Mr. . .J. ,
and Mrs. Brian Pulling and daughterin
quartets. Music will consist of Disney World. Tampa. Did You Know...........
some of your favorite song writers Makes
such as Bill Gaither Wolfe Judge and Mrs. Buzzy Green and Up
Dottie Rambo and others.Lanny family attended a family birthday Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Workman of Mrs. R.E. Dobson had as weekend
party for her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Miami were Thursday to Monday guests her brother and family, Mr. Her
This will be a most Bowman in Callahan Saturday night. guests of their daughter and family, and Mrs. Arthur Coulter of Arcadia. Own
., inspirational Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones. Boating, water skiing and barbequeing t .
; and uplifting musical. Make plans '
.. ; now to attend. You'll be glad you did. BRAND NAME JEANS Mrs. Marie Siemer of Starke and were enjoyed.Mr. Mind !
The musical is under the direction
25% OFF of
sister, Mrs. Althea Hightower ,
I 'f'
: I of Rodney Brooks, Minister of Music ;
Valdosta attending a WMU t
and Youth. Melvin Owen is the at Lolla's Dross Shop are and Mrs. Dale Crosby and Votes she it.
Pastor. Bradford Shopping Center seminar Wednesday.at Lake Yale Monday to family of Longwood, Mr. and Mrs. as sees ,..,. .,,, '"ur ..

Bob Little of Decatur, Ga. and Mr. [

Donations Asked Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins visited and and were Mrs.weekend David guests Corey of of their Tulsa parents, Okla. : 'U. :,:.. ',Our Kids Need Schools 81", ?" "':
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and Mr. granddaughter, Dodie Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby ana i '
For Leukemia Victim and Mrs. Eddie Douglas and family their daughter and family, Mr. and
attended the Crosby family reunion ? oob WhoCanThinkFprmThemselves. :
Mrs. Oler Crosby in Fort Myers ,
Tara Burroughs a leukemia victim were in Leesburg Sunday where Ed. Thursday to Monday.Dr. over the weekend. The A.L. Crosbysalso ;;
daughter of Mrs. (Terry) die's brother, Greg Douglas was or- had as guests Mr. and Mrs. I II

Mansell Ayer of Starke, will undergo dained in the First Baptist Church and Mrs. Glen Davis and family Ralph Mott of Anapolis Md., Mr. and .,.,,/,
.. a bone marrow transplant on Thurs- Sunday night, and Misty Pafford of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Noel Hardy of Pompano Beach, -,; !
day, Aug. 19, in Shands Teaching and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Crosby of '" ,
last Wednesday Thursday lIel
I': Hospital, Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Firth returned Naples and Mr. and Mrs. Gene PqtCan And
Does. :
of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson. .
from 10 day business tripto guests ,,
Donations will be accepted at Sun Saturday a Crosby of Fort Pierce. : _
shine Florist, 238 S. Walnut St., South Bend, Ind. and sight-seeing in North &, i L ;. ri.JS- .
Mrs. Cleo Redding was
964-8400 or First Federal & enroute home including three days in '
Charleston, S.C. Florida Regional Hospital for her Pat .is'a doer Not follower.
Loan, P.O. Box 798, Palatka, Fla. asthma condition last Thursday to BRAND NAME JEANS .. ,. .

; to 32077.the Blood Civitan donations Blood are to Bank be given in Mrs. L.H. Gibson was vacationingin Monday.Mr. 25% OFF ..,J.'fa': ,...,. .,f.',. .. ." ,
Gainesville. Little Switzerland, N.C. last week. At Lolla's Dross Shop '-a': ; '" I:rF' .. ,1Li \' .: ::
;i : and Mrs. W.S. Haas visited Center Democrat Pd. Pol. Ad $( :
i! their daughter and family, Mr. and Bradford Shopping .
i Mrs. J.H. Fields returned last .
1 Thursday after three weeks in North Mrs. Mark Trimpey in Tampa Thurs- .- - - - - - - - - ____ _ ___ u_ __________.:_______."..__ _:_.:':. __ _ ::!
: Florida Regional Hospital. She had as day to Saturday. :

visitors one day last week, Mrs. Em- 9 M .
I f ma Tanner of Baldwin and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.Victor Mercado of San 3
of Ore. Juan, Puerto Rico were Monday over-
George Powell Roseburg,
BIRTHS night guests last week of Mr.and Mrs. i ile
j Herb Herres.
:, .
,. Mrs. Patsy Wester and son, Jason, Rev. and Mrs. Bill Middleton and
of Tallahassee, were Monday and family of Sneads were Wednesday I
Tuesday guests of Mrs. John W. Griffin overnight guests of Mr and Mrs. H.L.
Amy Caroline Batsett and family. i
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Bassett of Lake !
: t' City announce the birth of a daughter, .. -.e t !

Amy Caroline, born recently in LakeShore e i
It 1 Hospital. She joins two ,

brothers Mark, age eight and a half, RE-ELECT I I.
and Joey, age three and a half. I
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and :

Mrs. Raymond DeVoe, Sr. of Starke. .
: .J Paternal grandparents are Mr. and E.L. "NookNorman TJ i
Mrs. Lester Bassett of Lake City.
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"i.;i' .. Did You Know........... EW HODGESCOUNTY I

::1 ; Nancy LeAnn Hildreth of Starke
1;:i _; graduated with honors Aug. 6 from
the University of Florida with a County Commission
j .
t r. degree Physical in Bachelor Therapy.of Health Sciencein District 2 l COMMISSION DISTRICT 4

U John at Ryan the Tillman moservice was baptized at Sunday the- COUNTY AT LARGE \ For a progressive Bradford County

H.! First United Methodist Church. John ExperienceWorks

;11 r I Ryan, born May 18, 1982 is the son of Vote for E.W. Hodges the who
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin TIllman; grandson Hard person _
: of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and
: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tillman and great- Qualified
j grandson of Eugene L. Matthews and YOUR vOTT' wants to continue to be your
':t, Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Miller; Honest
.,, 14.-Col. and Mrs. C.L. Landon and County CommissionerMM

i aughter of Bowling Green Ohio Leadership 'ft m.MIr.
r ere Tuesday of last week overnightg DEMOCRAT PD POL ADV '

.. eats of Mr.and Mrs.5.G.Denmark.



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Lawtey News .rr II Hampton .Hilites WI J .. l.. . J . . JI I r l

By Elizabeth Ten,. Edward f
and Linda Veltman and
Phone: 782-3300. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward By Dolores Meng three children,of Centralia 111.,spent phis.Paul and Ruth then drove on to the Martin. Another Rattlesnake I, ,

PERSONALS: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosier, of Phone: 468-1915 last weekend with their grandmother, Ozarks where they also enjoyed see- Mrs. Pat Clark discovered a rattling f!
Friends of Mr. Lonnie Teston are Live Oak, visited their aunt, Mrs. New Arrival Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan. ing the Blanchard Springs Cavern. rattlesnake near her front door
happy to learn that he was able to Konsie! Reddish on Friday. They left Robert and Donna Faye Burns of Mrs. Clarice Adkins spent last Week Enroute home they visited a long recently. David Griffis was kind i I
come home from North Florida on Saturday morning for the World's Hampton announce the arrival of with her daughter and son-in-law, time friend. Mrs. Maggie Holloway, a enough to put a quick end to it when I
Regional Hospital, Gainesville, on Fair at Knoxville, Tenn. their baby. boy, Erin Solomon, born Louise and Noel Smith, in Jackson- former Kingsley Lake resident, who he noticed the commotion while driving
Wednesday. Our prayers are with Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley honored Aug. 7. He was born at Shands ville. now lives in Pensacola with Mrs. Eva by.
their mother, Mrs. R.H. Futch with a Teaching Hospital in Gainesville Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
him.Mr.. Terry Futch brought his sons birthday party on her 96th birthday. weighing 9 lbs., 3 oz. and measuring Lynn Hall were their children, Mr.
Christopher. Bruce and Dean to Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ob 21 inches. and Mrs. John L. Hall and Sue of
Lawtey Thursday night They were ed Pauley. Donna and Ricky; Mr. and Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Atlanta/ and Mrs Lucille Burkhart, 1
overnight guests of their aunt, Miss Mrs. Grady Pauley, her aunt and un. Mrs. Don Burns of Oca la. Darrell and Kevin of Miami.
Elizabeth Terry. He came for I hem on cle from Italy; Mrs. Pauline Maternal grandparents are- D.H. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shippey of
Friday night and was their supper DeVorek; Mrs. Teresa Patterson; and Margaret Crawford of Hampton. Roselle Park,N.J.,spent the weekend
guest.Mr. Mrs. Linda Adkins and family; Mrs. Maternal great-grandparents are with her father, William Lahn. I Have
and Mrs. J.W. Thomas of Live Ola Starling; Mrs. Charles Starling; Lynn and Lillian Hall of Hampton llrcpnt BirthdaysAug. r
Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore, of Mrs. Daisy Starling; Mrs. Elnora Erin is joined by brothers, Robert 7, Cassie Carter; Aug. 9, Jen- ,
Jacksonville, and Mr. Andy Andrews, Privett, and Mrs. Alma Norman. and Jason, and his sister, Megan. nie Rhea, Gene Joyner, Mike MowrYi; The e'
of High Springs, were guests of their They served a large birthday cake Condolence Aug. 10, Tirnmy Slater; Aug. 11, ,
mother, Mrs. Fred Moore on Satur- and ice cream. Sincere sympathy is extended to the Melissa Williams; Aug. 12, David
Mrs. Betty Smith has as guests her family of Evelyn Benchkowsky who Parker and Scott Branham; Aug.'16,
day.Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- daughter, Miss Linda Curbeaux, and died on Aug. 12.Family. Tracy Youngblood; Aug. 19, June Experience
thurine Blanchard visited her sister, her sister, Mrs. Jeanette Scott, both Reunion Haddock.
Miss Enza Blanchard, and Mrs. from Indianapolis, Ind. from Aug. 11 Mr!and Mrs.James Terry attendedthe John Leaves Again
Thelma Wilson at Baker Nursing through Aug. 20. Miss Curbeaux en- Terry Family Reunion held in Mr and Mrs. Paul Meng C6t!
Home, at Macclenny on Wednesday joyed sun bathing every day and will Estill, S.C. last week. transported their son, John and his -
afternoon. sport a "well-done" body back to In- Visitors buddy, Jim Cole, to Memphis, Tenn., .. I
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman, and diana. Mrs. Scott, not a sun lover en- Wilmajean Terry flew home last last Wednesday. John and Jim recent. .' w 1. .
joyed visiting, her week following several weeks visit ly completed Marine Boot Camp .... r .,, l
favorite -
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman were especially ..- ".., ." "! :'. --...
Saturday dinner guests of their nephew- -la w t with family members and friends in training at Parris Island, S.C. John
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.son The Lawtey Community Choir Columbus, Ohio and Michigan. will be enrolled in the Aviation Elec- Vote and ElectOGLESBY
Reggie Norman at Ichtucknee Spr under the direction of Mrs. Z.P. tronics Training Program in MemRosha's -
Barber, will celebrate its anniversaryon

ings.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt, Jr., of Sunday, Aug. 22, at he Mt. Zion
Green Cove Springs were Saturday A.M.E. Church in Lawtey. Numerous Beauty Shop TED
dinner guests of their parents, Mr. church choirs from the area will per-
and Mrs. Earl Prevatt, Sr. form in the 6 p.m. observance. The 597 Raiford Rd. 964-7570

Daric Harvey of Jacksonville, spent public is invited to attend. SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 2
Back to
the weekend with his grandparents LAWTEY SCIIOOL NEWS -, ?' School
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and School starts for students Aug. 30. j Bon & Girls SPECIALShampoon
family. We still have several students who a 28Va Years as an Educator
have not turned into the school officea HaircutsM.OO Cut &
Mrs. Ola Starling spent a week with ,: ,
her granddaughter, Mrs. Ann Starl- record of their proof of proper im 1 .f Blow Dry ... $6.00 23 Years in Bradford County as Teacher
ing, of Jacksonville. munizations. We need this Informa-
tion before the first day of school, so and Administrator(
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and : A
daughter Jeannie of Houston, Texas the students can be admitted to the Permanent Wave & a Understands School Funding

visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and classroom. Please if you have this Curly Perm ... $17.50. DEMOCRAT H>I"OL ADV
family Saturday until Thursday. mail to the school at P.O. Drawer D. up
Mrs. Henry Smith visited her hus- or bring in.Your help and cooperationin
band, Mr. Henry Smith in Baptist this matter will be greatly ap

Hospital, Jacksonville, Saturday, preciated.We .
following surgery to remove a disk would like to welcome back all [1IEAGLEJ.
from his back.Correction of our teachers and also our principal
: Last week Mark and Mr. Robert "Buddy" Paterson. 4
Teachers for this school year will be:
Stacye helped Nancy, not Wendie,
celebrate her birthday.Mr. kindergarten, Alice Anderson and On Ml.Wednesday.Thursday, ....-"' '
and Mrs. Fred L. Roberts and Susan Payne; first grade, Joyce Friday Saturday t a> '
Mr. and Mrs. Tammy Talley and Johnson and Sheila McClellan; VS
family, of Jacksonville, were Sunday first/second combination, Helen
dinner guests of Mrs. John Tye, Sr. Shuford; second grade, Odessa
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell returned Hamilton, Melody Kirkland; third
Saturday, Aug. 7 after a week with grade, Darlene Brown and Sharon
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Aaron; fourth grade, Carol Reddingand
Tina Brown; fifth grade, Susan
and Mrs. Craig Carroll and family of
Bennett and Eoline
Boca Raton. Green; sixth .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams and grade. Nancy Lopez and Marilyn
Miss Sherrell Williams and friend Nerunac; seventh grade, Carolyn b
Folsom and Fred Johnson; Title 1, ____
Mark, of Jacksonville, were Sunday HOmen
Denmark and Dorteha
dinner guests of their uncle and aunt, 0
Wilson; Comp. Ed. Joy Goodall;
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker and
family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Steele. physical education, Robert Eddins Wsr
and Steve Acree.
Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr., With an11
Students names will be posted on ot
had a birthday dinner for their taYaWaYoiothln4 -
the classroom door
Friday, Aug. 27.
mother, Mrs. Mildred Lockhart and
Also,a welcome back to the rest of the Ppliest
her husband, Stuart, of Jacksonville,
LES staff, para-professionals, Donna
Those attending were
on Saturday.Bill Bennett, Louise Cox, Sheila Starling,
her Willis her nephew'Bob
son. ;
and Waddell custodians
Patsy ; ,
lagguessen her granddaughter and
husband, Mr.; and Mrs: Billy King and Truman Normar,"StevCrewst'and I,
Ada Bell Smith cafeteria personnel,
family' Miss Tammy Wilkison; Mr. Viola Crews, Ceolar Hudson, True Ni rT1Jfr-
and Mrs. Wilkison, HI Robert -
Benny ; iJrniiT
Love Smith, Ethel Norman, and _
Wilkison; and Mr. and Mrs. Toni
Rebecca Wise. '
Wilkison and of Jacksonville. 3 '
son No school Monday, Sept. 6, for ,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Lohr, of '1'ta
teachers or students, Labor Day.
Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner

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By Elizabeth Walker On Saturday the family enjoyed a 1 WERE Saee ib98 16.08
964-8833 day at Camp Blanding. Swimming,
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Or. and Mrs. James Prince, and was enjoyed by all. I Vinyl Write Bros. I *. LCD 8 8 LADIES' 5POCKETCORDUROYJEANS BOYS' & STUDENTS'1ST MEN'S LEVI'S 1ST
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lee hosted their The day ended with banquet held 79* Ball Pens byPaperMate 79... Watch In 9 QUALITY LEVI'S JEANS QUALITY JEANS
Annual family reunion with a three ,at .National Guar4 Armory. ,The Binder of 10 / Black 100% cotton mld-wala cor Durawale' plus corduroy Boot lag. Durawale* plus
pay celebration honoring their food was catered by the hosts and co- WAS i.50'Pack WERE 1,69 WAS 1480 duroy, zip fly, straight legs.' by Levl's. 4 pockets. corduroy by Levl's. 2838.Re"ance2r1 .

.eleventh anniversary} The\ affair was... --hosts The, raeaj ."consisted of "
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Prince and After dinner they enjoyed displays
he home of Mr. and Mrs. i
Ar. and Mrs. Mack Lee. Next year of talents from family members rrOFTHE LOOMRebate /)
he family will meet in Boston! Mass. which included modern dance, sing- f !
ing, piano concert,- a baton routine, ',"+ t : Get a $3 Rebate From
The affair began at the Holiday ItiifAug. ,- poems,*and a fashion show. ; ; A, Fruit Of The Loom
13 followed with registration and The family gathered at Greater r'r'r' When You BuyTwo((2))
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Guard Wayne Cribbs, left, moves! in fast to help tackle 1st year' coach Dick Russell, background is trying to 6"r
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L l Tony Hill during offensive line workouts Monday. group of blockers I

Ir'i 39 Tornadoes Crank Up Fall Football Practices at Bradford High I

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i 39 players and the Bradford High coaching staff started He said the defense is also working primarily on the 1982 Tornado Varsity Schedulehome
two-a-day football practices Monday morning gearing JV's to Meet MondayA basics.

towards the September 10 football season opener againstthe meeting of all JV and ninth'grotU football player will beheld "We're going to be more of a multiple scheme team as ( games capitalized)
rival Wildcats of Baker County at Macdenny. at the high school Monday morning, August 23.Ploy.r. far as defenses are concerned so we have to move at a lit September Jamboree at PalatkaSeptember /
The Tornadoes,who won't play before a home crowd until should tle faster pace to get all the different defensive looks in." 10 ot Baker County"WIldcats"
com to the stop of the BHS gymnasium at
the October 1 game with Santa Fe at Bradford Stadium 9 a.m. Monday and should bring a of their birth certificates. A new testing ground was to be entered Thursday when September 34 at Palatka "Ponthe,,"
: reported back in mostly good condition according to copy the Tornadoes suit up in pads and go to full contact in October I SANTA FE"Raiders"
coaches and went right into offensive and defensive i. .. ,1/.f111.11.1 .1,1 i1. ..I.Itt. IIIIt .I . many drills. Octobers ST. AUGUSTINE "V.llowJock.tHC)
basics. "We'll see who will hit and who won't that's the name of October GAINESVILLE HIGH "Hurricanes"
:, "So far we're well pleased with the progress," Head In the middle of the field the offensive backs run the game after that" Hurse said. October 22 at North Marion Golly'
Coach David Hurse said after Tuesday's morning session, through plays while the defensive backs are downfield And Sexton added, "right now we look awfully quick. October 29 at Golne vlfle, Buchhol "Bobcats"
the third workout of fall drills. "The attitude's are good working on pass coverage drills and agility before they We've gotta be able to maintain that quickness once we November i at Suwonnee County "Bulldog
and they seem to be working hard. They're hustling and come together to work on live passing and coverage.At put pads on." November 12 GAINESVILLE EASTSIDE "Rams"
that's a good sign. the end of each session so far has been work on the
November "Broncos"
"One factor that has been pleasing is that our three captains kicking:;game and Hurse said Dlans are to keep it that way. MIDDLE8L/RG
.. Emmett Watkins, Dale Buchanon.! ...and JCenrjy- .: .,.We"re--working on the kicking game every'practice, JV Schedule Frcihrnan SchVduU. ,_?. The 1982 :Tornado varsity football schedule has1 been
Wrighthave shown good leadership. Several:>> other > hata! how important, It. 18.to U8,*' he f Said. "So far It looks Sept: orEostslde/ s:;;?21ajk.ys 7Sepf. ;ton.I/ttS." V" finalized"HIM the-only thing that changed MmMfad1981
seniors have also displayed that leadership and that could good. 23 GAINESVILLE/ 28 at Baldwin slate is that the away games and home games are revers-
in Hurse also said the passing game is coming along well.
make a big difference our season. Sepf. 29 at St. Augusrln Oct. 5 MIDDLfBUKO ed.So
The team is broken down into groups for much of the "We revised our system to make it more simple and the Oct. 6 MIDDLEBUKG GAINESVILLE/ HS the Tornadoes again open with rival Baker County
practice sessions. While the offensive line works on block- kids can understand and learn it better and quicker. Oct. this year in Macclenny.
ing schemes and recognizing onrushing defenses, the Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton said he too has been Oct. 14 atPahtka Oct. l 19 at Clay High Home games are with Santa Fe, St. Augustine,i
Oct. 31' SANTA FE HTS.
defensive front is on the other side of the practice field pleased so fan Oct. 26 KEYSTONE Gainesville, Gainesville Eastside, and Middleburg this'
popping the sled or learning to shift into different defen- "The biggest thing is they came back ready to work and Oct. 28 BAKER COUNTY Nov. 2 HAWTHORNE year with the St. Augustine game Friday night, October 8,
sive looks at the line of scrimmage. do a good job," Sexton said between Tuesday's practices. Nov. 4 CLAY HIGH already designated as "Homecoming" for Bradford High.:

/' 301 Quick Stop Finishes Fifth in Southeastern Regional Slowpitch Tourney ; I

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: Starke's 301 Quick Stop saw its run 4-for-4 and banged a homer to go witha topped Quick Stop 22-14 to end the 301 we pick up 3 or 4 more ballplayers we "Nobody hit *, many out, not'even ... Former Machine players
: in the ASA Major playoffs end at the Vic Crews roundtripper over the season. want we'll be a better ballclub. Youcan't Ray's, and they were playing. good, Bozeman {.842 average), Mike
Southeastern Regional level last 290-foot deep, 8-foot high fences. But "I'm proud of them," Thomas said. buy that experience we got going ball, Thomas. .not do;>- "' ,-Jacobs .833), and'Dennis Crawford
weekend as the local club finished 5th in its second outing Quick Stop was "We got about us much out of them as to state and regional.! '(.778 with a team-leading 9 homers)
in the 12 team meeting of the best Ma- beaten by C&M of Alabama 17-5 in a we could get this year. I've been with Rays, already winners at District were instrumental in Ray's winning
jor (formerly Open) teams in the game coach Ronnie Thomas said the Green Machine teams that didn't get Green Machine veteran Stratton led here in Starke, and state in Pen'sacolarsweptthrough'.undefeatM- r' the crown. fi If.
south. locals shouldn't have lost. this far and this here was a young Quick Stop in hitting at Regional witha ) .* : Lq j
"They (C&M) weren't ballclub. John Dukes did a super job .750 average. Johnson hit .667, beating Teele Roofing of Mobile Ala. Ttay'a now1 go \cr tn TorW tournament -
Ray's Metal Works of Gainesvillewon ballclub," Thomas said. "The a good field sponsoring us." Shelton Keen .611, Tommy Dale .320 C&M 27-7, and L&L Royals} of. in Parma, Ohio over Labor Day
the tourney, beating American was hard as a rock and errors killedus. Thomas said the groundwork has Johnson .568, McClellan .564, and Mobile ''27i2r before dowMngAmerican'Amicable ] 'weekend, while !oy QuJck Stop, it t,
Amicable, a Florida panhandle ." been laid to put, together another Tanner .562 as the leaders. fof the title, wait, until next jear'. ?7 .,YRd9
power, 21.17 in the finals Sunday. The Quick Stop ripped Dothan's Royals strong team, maybe stronger next .. .. .... -. -
Dothan Royals of Alabama were third Stratton McClellan and Tanner
16-2 to alive as Stratton and Paul year. / 1 1
stay "
with Jim Booth, another Alabama each had 2 homers with Tom
team fourth. Johnson Rogers and were Farelon 3-for-3 McClellan, and Chub 3-4 "It was kind of emotional after that Paladino Crews and Donnie VOTE for and ELECT ;::

with McClellan and Gene Tanner providing last ballgame. This is the closest Audemiller adding 1 apiece as Quick _
its team I've been involved in and managed just 9 homers againstthe !
Quick Stop won opener against :; HR blasts.In ever Stop 7 ''I'
Jacksonville metro champ American we're going to get better. Everybodysaid deep fences with Worth RF-BOD's ,
Fitness 12-8 as Terry Stratton went their finale American Amicable they wanted to come back and if being used.


Two-a-Month Baseball Clinics :
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J Set byStarl.e: Youth Coaches ) 4 A FRANKWilliams ', ".".tiWt" ''OVMI -.1 1 ',

Yes the regular youth baseball season ended In the area a couple of weeks ry-, ':IQJIt9.l;; : For
ago with the all star tournaments, but coaches of the Starke Major League are County
: j going to extend the season some with Instructional clinics 2 nights a month. i I
The baseball clinics, which will stress fundamentals, start Tuesday night, ,
i I August 24, and will run the 2nd and last Tuesday night of each month from 6 to = Commissioner
,: 8 p.m. at the Pratt St. ballfield. "
\ "We just feel like with the competition the way it is (in all star play against Working For YOU! District 2
: other areas) if we're ever gonna compete the boys are going to have do a little
:, more on their own"DIxie Youth coach Edward Akridge said of the reasoning FLORIDA
behind the planned program. "We hope that the boys that get out there with us I. County At Large
twice a month, instead of throwing their gloves down when they get home ( w.House of Representatives
throw little the side bat little the side. If 15 16
might a on or a on we get or boys
t that'll be plenty for us to work with." ? ? District 21 '
y j There is no charge for the clinics and aU players Major League. age (11 or 12 : VOTESept.

:' :.' as of August 1. 1983) are welcome. ;
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1-1 Evening Classes} ..,Prim.sponsor' workfore Initiation. This bill putt ablebodied on welfare to work. t .

; I j Will begin on August 30, 1982, for the F.)11l:i. ..Prim Gives them sponsor dignity.Constitutional ant.ndmflt to delete' the exclusionary rut. from For Les

!;; i : Semester. You may register atany time'I ,.the state constitution allowing law enforcement officer to adhere only to moreraohrai. i
federal legislation which provides that "if evidence Is found by an of
ii : Subjects being offered in the evening are :
j admissible In court.
l fleer acting"In' good faith"then that evidence Is .
Adult Basic, Bookkeeping, Typing, High School I Sponsored and! co-sponsored strong law and order I.gi.lation.I .

I j Review, Sewing, Farm Coop., Air dnd. { Helped bring new growth and economic development to Northeast Florida.
f \ .e. Helped provide additional funding for education. .
Heating, Truck & Bus Mechanics, Mthras' Helped' provide additional core for senior cltiiens. "I.
: Welding, General Shop. t Through working with federal/ state and 'local government and Its agencies In Born and raised in Bradford County J

';,. ":, For Further Information and Class Schedules- '_. securing Improved and additional, services for the people of the district. Interested in Bradford County affairs
j Potted 'legislation' securing permanent campus for St. Johns Community College
member at Emmanuel Baptist
Please Call In Cloy County. :
f t. ,. Helped secure transportation funds to build better state roads in district. Will appreciate '"suggestions on better
': The Bradford-Union Area t't
; Helped keep JEA out of Clay and St. Johns County. service for Bradford County
.! : "' the VICTIMS of crimes.
Vocational Technicai Centeroj Helped restore death penalty and to protect
I ted fight to kill gun control. Your Vote & Support. Greatly Appreciated
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', .... .. .1./:1: '. part in, was honored last month as the top class AAA sports program In the state. The SGCC Club Tourney
Florida Athletic Coaches Assn. has an All Sports trophy points system based on all varsity
snorts, and the Bobcats topped Ft. Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas as the best of some 150
h hSports f** !: Buddy schools in AAA... Postponed by Rain

...Speaking of quality performances by Florida high schoolers how about these in the
afternoon drowned an
The heavy rains of Saturday
realm of track and field:
?. Collings -Orlando Oak Ridge's Ja mes Rolle ran the fastest one lap in Florida prep history with his already-soaked SUrke Golf & Country Club last
45.9 400 meter victory in the Internallonal Prep Invitational in Chicago and bettered it with a weekend and rained out the annual club championships -

45.87 to place 5th in the National Sports Festival against collegians. Rolle also won the Jr. .
Olympic nationals and ended up ranked 2nd nationally in the event.He signed with Santa Fe Club pro Herb Herres said the event will be
rescheduled for another weekend, with September
Community College of Gainesville for next year.
Talk -Rockledge's Nick Rahal won his specialty the long Jump-at the same IPI meet witha 18-19 a good possibility
Sports Editor 24-2 leap his 12th(I 1) jump over 24 feet this season
K .. -State 3A 100 and 220 dashes champ Edwin Williams of Lake Wales won the 100 meters at / l
the Golden West Invitational California with a slighly wind-aided 10.47. equivalent to a 9.4
100 yard dash.Gainesville.
';.Starke Dixie Youth coaches Edward Akridge end Jerry Wilson and their wives traveled High's Shawn Akridge who we saw at the Bradford Invitational here in ,,
to ball the state Major league tournament in Lakeland last weekend and took in the first round Starke was the top high school finisher in the Jr. AAU championships triple jump and first ERR

games. Florida high schooler to go 50-feet (or come close) with his 50-3V4. L;
1 was impressed admitted Akridge, a veteran local league coach. "Right now it would -Not to leave the fast-rising girls of Florida out Miami Palmetto's Debbl, Dacosta wipedout FRULKN3EF9
be hard" to compete with those teams because the boys (on the other teams) are a lot big- state records in the pentathlon, heptathlon and 400 meter hurdles and was ranked nationally -
ger. in those 3 events as well as the 110 and 330 hurdles. RERLTYX64.5065
Akridge said Bel-Med, which eliminated the Starke-American leaguers at the district And junior Delois White of Delray Atlantic flirted with a 20-foot long jump all season long
level, pitched the same boy that shutout Starke 2-0 but was beaten by Haines City 93. before settling for a 1911bt\: >st that ranked her nationally...
In other first round action host East Lakeland, which provided a "pictureperfect"ballfield [H

according to Akridge, edged Wildwood 9-7, Mid-City of Panama City beat a Pen- ...More than 20,000 slowpitch; fans watched the 14th annual Smokey Mountain Classic J
sacola team on a no-hitter 3-2 and tTU "(In tOil
I'ensacola West drilled Bartow 10-1, men's softball invitational in Maryville Tennessee July 911.
Starke's head Major all star coach this year, Jerry Wilson, stayed for the some of the se- Red-hot York Barbell-Ken Sanders, of York, Penn. won the tournament with top-ranked
cond round games and said Bel-Med was eliminated by Bartow 64. Howard's Western Steer placing second, Jerry's Catering of Miami third, and Elite
Panama City and Haines City went on to reach the finals of state,with Panama City winn- Coatings of Georgia (the team with former Green Machiners) taking fourth... 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone

ing.Wilson OFFICE HOURS:
agreed with coach Akridge on the size of the other teams saying: "Those Pen- to the Gators
..Florida Gator linebacker Lawrence Patrick who came via Lawtey and Monday. Friday 9. 5 Saturday 9. 12 noon
sacola boys were as big as mel"Starke's Bradford High School showed his great weightlifting background again this summer In the
Dixie Youth coaches are anxious to succeed in the post-season all star tournaments UF conditioning competitions for football players.
as evidenced by plans to have offseason baseball clinics for 1-12 year bids twice a Competing against the other outside linebackers Lawrence, a former 198 pound weightlifting NICE GOING BUSINESS. Some terms.
month (see related ntnrv) champ at BUS, won the mile run with a time of 5:44, tied all-conference mate Wilber C/., 3 BR horn In town. Priced In $30'..

...Add Matt Hull's name to the list of top Men's League home run hitters published three Marshall on the bench press at 315 pounds, and was second to Marshall on the leg press at C/. with Stucco. 3 SR, 2 B, nice lot close In. .
mobile horn
Over 9 A with barn building site or *
750 and vertical jump at 28 inches...
weeks ago. The Express slugger cranked 6 out In league play, mostly out of Edward's Hd. Good terms
but I left him out of the original list. at 11'/.'
Brick 3 lit, 1 / II, VA mortgage
Sorry 'bout that Matt.., ...If you combine point totals from the men's and women's portions of the 1982 NCAA track HORSE LOVERS C/B homo, largo barn on "'/. A.
& field championships held last month Florida State comes up with the third best overall Reduced.

...It should come as little surprise to Tornado fans that Gainesville Buchholz which collegiate track program in the United Stales That's mostly on the strength of their Easy .f t.tLoc. ocr.JcfcrJUE* and dry.s .
dominated most of the local Dbtrict-SAAA athletic competitions that Bradford: High takes women's team, which was third behind UCLA and Tennessee at nationals... Building lots. Corner Cherry ft Epperton Street

----------- --_. Wood frame with Stucco out of town good moo

C/B homo on nice land out of town. VA mortgage.
Weekly Speakers Slated II & R BLOCKTo COUNTRY LIVING Large 4 BR. 2. Brick ,/% mortgage -
Tax School In Starke MOTEL RESTAURANT Good Income. Term
Approximately 100 A near Hampton School. Good
For Starke Gator ClubThe Orangewood ApartmentsP.O. Thousands of people are earning term

money in their spare time as income Day C& >4p4jrr- Good g BOX 146 tax preparers. 40 Acre, high, nice trees,Tenced, good location.
schedule of programs for the Starke Gator Quarterback Starke Florida 32091 11 & R Block, the world's largest in- Cog. Layer Farm on nice high land. Term
Club's 1982 season has been announced with most of the Gator come tax preparation service, is of- Small Family Business. Negotiable
coaching staff scheduled to come over to Starke for speaking fering a basic income tax course star- *% A, CB, 3 BR, 2 B home with MH hook-up. 1 mile
visits. The Club will meet Thursday nights at 7 p.m. at the Civil ting September 10 with morning Breaker School.
1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments
featuring central heat
Defense Building on N. 301. afternoon and evening classes Custom built doublewlde almost new. Walkway.
Leading off the program schedule on Thursday night Sept. 2, and air; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes; stove and available. over 2 A.Frame .
will be Jack Hairston sports editor of the Gainesville Sun and refrigerator. During the 12-week course, studentswill home with fenced yard close In. $19,500.
Bull Gator magazine and "inside" expert on the Gators. For information/Application study all phases of income tax S Coro&> 4jbtown. EJ, tlon.
Next up will be recruiting coordinator Sonny McGraw preparation and receive actual experience C/.. 3 BR, 2., many estrus M'/i% mortgage.
September 9. From then on, in order will be: Sept. 23 defensive Contact: Orangewood ApartmentsEqual in preparing individual 3 BR, 2 B. 2 tory on 1 acre, $35,000.
coordinator Joe Kines Sept. 30 offensive coordinator Mike c/o Tracy Balr Manager returns. Experienced Block person- l 22 acre, 3 BR, 3 B, chicken houses need updating
Shanahan Oct. 7 offensive line coach Phil Maggio, Oct. 14 new PBX 146 nel will teach current laws, theory 115000.
Gator raciio football and basketball play-by-play man David opportunity Florida and application as practiced in Block Commercial bldg. and duplex. Good Income, term
Steele, Oct. 28 director of high school relations Dan Doughlin, Starke, 32091 offices nationwide. There is a 2 Bedroom Mobile Home. One Acre. Only 16000.
Nov. 4 defensive classroom lecture on each subjectand Five agO felt*paved O4arCerml3y,f.t>ii li>.
secondary coach Ii practice problems at every level. (1,700 per acre. 10 ocrei wooded.
Mickey Andrews 11111W- "at Courses are programmed to teach 10 acre |loins Country Club. Frontage on 230.
Nov 11 defensiveline students increasingly complex tax Three unit apartment home. Good Income. OWNER
coach Mike problems as study progresses. FINANCED! Broker owner.
Bugar, Nov. 18 a Students will find the course both In- Three bedroom, two bath home In town. Close to
receiver coach Lee ReEIect '' teresting and challenging. ichool
McGriff, and Dec. 2 1, Anyone may enroll. There are no < Over 900' frontage on hwy 301 N. 9 or 1 It acre,good
running back coach restriction or qualifications. Coursesare term
Vince Kendrick. ideally suited for housewives Older frame house has had some remodeling, need
retired persons, teachers or persons;>> more 4 acre*, furnished.
wanting to increase their tax BulpQ&JfOn<< town JjOdauV>for cash.
Pop Warner Arthur I'Sthtduled' knowledge. 1 nice acre with M.H., built on B garage between

Car Wash .. Qualified course graduates may be Starke B. L.B.
'" "*, ..-t"t "rrr & 4_ offered Job interviews for positionswith Imagine 5 acres In fish ponds, 130 acre pasture.fenced ,
Block. Many accept employmentwith excellent term.
The Lawtey Block because of the flexible REDUCED. 3 BR, 1 bath frame house In city TERMS.
Unlimited service hours available. However Block Is 3 acre building site or doublewlde M.H.
group at LWCIprison under no obligation to offer employment *2IR,1 bath, operate dining' room Ig.kitchen,open
will be Geuskins nor are graduates under any porch term.
washing cars Saturday obligation to accept employment withII Bessent Road
August 21, in & R Block. OneS&tJG> out of Ir.onIJ'4 II trees.a .
Starke with all proceeds The molest course fee includes all Lg. home with office building small cartage,
going to the textbooks supplies and tax forms Madison St.
Warner Associa necessary for completion of the 1 acre lot with well, hwy 100 S., build home or put
lion School Board District 1 school. Certificates and 7.5 continuing H.H.

tiThe car wash will education units will be awarded upon Versatile use, commercial zoning, building between
be held from 9 a.m. successful completion of the course. Starke ft Lawtey.a .
at the Community Registration forms and brochuresfor 2 apartment house Call Street, Immediate Income.
to 4
p.m. State Bankparking Has Served 8 Years on School Board the income tax course may be obtained lovely Ig. 2 BR, l'/i bath, C-B home on 3 acre, nicely

lot. 00".1.ra rot ADYJ by contacting the II & R Block landscaped.
I i office at 964 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Crosby Lake lots. 100' frontage on water one with
Florida telephone: 964-8286.pd. Adv.Legal dock.
Gatorbone Lake lot only $13.000. Excellent owner

New nice home on 3 acres, needs some finish work.

I Notices Hwy 14 W.
.,, ,, ,.i lu&OljtJd; lot Wt tN.
f and by virtue of Writ of 125 W, mostly planted pine. Owner
.cNdhC IS acre on Hwy
l' GyMy'CPuntry 4Wt b+ Rd.. 'possessing onnt.r..1'1. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT And file the original .d in business at 1640 S. Execution, to-wit:
'OF 'NAMES: of Melbourne, Fla. 32901, the properly by addressIng EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR with the clerk of the Walnut St., Stark. Fla. Execution Issued out financing.*Walk over town from this 3 IR, 1'/. both brick home.
PERSONS APPEARING 1700-1981-0002; Felton. an Inquiry to Geraldlewis CUIT OF FLORIDA IN above styled court on or 32058. of County Court of Clay 11/% 'Int. rate.a .
&JOHBE .OWNERS QF Robert General State Comptroller AND FOR BRADFORD before Sept. 3, 1982 That the name of the County, Florida pursuant Lovely 3 BR, 1% both brick veneer on 30 acre.
ABANDONED PROPERTY Delivery. Lawtey. Fla Attn: Abandoned COUNTY otherwise a judgement person solely Interestedin to a Final Judgement for ft fruit trees.
S:!I Pursuant to Section 13. I, 0916-1981-0018; Porrlsh- Property' Section, 1401 CIVIL ACTION may be entered against the said business i.. as Joseph A. Scanlan of pecan*7 acre with over 300' frontage on hwy 301 S.,Owner
Chapt.r 717, .Florida R.. P.O. Box 160. low'tey : ."State Capitol, Case. No. 82.321 you for the relief follows: Stark., Florida and Financing.
'Stotut.: entitled Flo. "T702.t981-OOI3; Tallahassee.. Florida JOHN R. FITCHETT, demanded In the com JOHN E. CURLES against Fred McCullough 10 acres with M.H. built on, workshop extra M.H.
:"Florida Disposition{ of William.. Rather L.915/. 32301 (904)) 87-2583. Be Husband and JUDITH A. plaint or petition. 7/29 4tehg 8/19 and Susan McCullough hook-up, terms.
;:Unclaimed Property Pine St., Storke: Fla. sure to mention the account FITCHETT, Wife WITNESS my hand and a/k/a Susan Laslck Hwy 301 S., 1 acre with over 400 frontage ft 3
+Act," nolle l I. hereby 0516-1981-0059 { > number AFTER the NOTICE OF SUIT the seal of said Court on NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO defendants In the buildings. OWNER FINANCING.;;
Sfgiven: that th. ,p.r.on. Information l{Cencetn-. name. os published In WO PROPMTY Aug. 6, 1982. REGISTER FICTITIOUS amount ol $502.00 5 .& Cft'/. bail OFL1 s.nt Rd.e .
:Clisted: below< appear to ing; the! amount or thl notice. Unless proofof TO: JOHN R. FRIT- Gilbert S. Brown; Clerk NAME together with costs of Broiler farm, reported good Income.
''b. the owners ol description of the property ownership I.presented I. CHETT. Route 2, Box 472.Waycross As Clerk of Said Court Pursuant to Section collection. Silver Lake, One of the best built home around,
.1 unclaimed personal or (such as unclaimed to the holderby Georgia By; Marlon McRaeA. 865.09, Florida Statutes, Have seized and have nice ft spacious.
;Intangible property checking accounts, savings October 28, 1983 the 31501. YOU ARE HEREBY Deputy Clerk8124tchg92 notice Is hereby given In my possession the Beautiful builder home and 4 acre of pa.tur.l.n",
:presumed abandoned. accounts, utility property will be NOTIFIED that an action that the undersigned, following described personal workshop.
S: THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE deposits, insurance delivered for custody to for Dissolution of Marriage John E. Curies, Jr. D/BA property to-wit: Attractive 2 BR M.H. on 3/4 acre, furnished GOOD
:ft;1 REAL ESTATE. policies, etc.) and the the Comptroller of has been filed NOTICE Suzuki of Starke, sole or 1976 Chrysler 2 Dr OWNER FINANCING.
=r Adams H. H. MD names and addressee of Florida. Thereafter all against you and you are I will not be responsible d.bts joint owners, doing Sedan I.D. No. Hwy 100 S. C-B home, lot ol' space far the money.
';: P.O. Box 936 Starke. the holder of .uch personal further claims must be required to serve a copy for anyone business under the firm SS23N6R253709. 2 apartment house on Cherry Street EXCELLENT
5 Flo., 1465-1981-0120; property may be directed to the Comptroller of your written defenses but my own. name of Curies, SuzukI- As the property ol the OWNER NANCING.
SCassels. Marlon, obtained by any person of Florida. If any to It, on the plain- Wayne Norman 8/26 Kowasakl of Starke Intends above named defendantand One oc>O4jtCurnlhed M jj.9 bxUXms. garage.
::* General Delivery, possessing an Interest In 8/19 2tchg 8/26 tiff's attorney, whose 4tpd 8/5 to register fietltlous that on Monday the *One of the oldest farm around with new horn..4B
::: Stark. Flo. the property may be obtained name and address Is ; name under the 13th day of September acres, pecan tree
-: 0341.1981-0005; Dlos, by any person Dudley P, Hardy P.A., NOTICE t F INTENTIONTO aforesaid statute. 1982, at on. o'clock on Walk all ever town from this nice M.H. with built a".
s P.O. Drawer 1030, REGISTER FICTITIOUS Doted this 2nd day of said day on the premisesof a extra
Starke, Florida 32091. NAMENOTICE August 1982. the Bradford County 2 acre just off Graham Rd. Well ft septic. TERMS.
IS HEREBY 8/5 4tchg B/26 Jail cash In hand the Nice building lot on ..*..nt Rd., with lr .ron.....
GIVEN. That the undersigned above described property -
under the provisions NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S of sold defendant to acre with lerge home 3 M.H. extrahookup
AUCTIONSaturday HOW TO Lawtey
865.09.Florida .
: of Setion SALE satisfy the aforesaid Ex. .
IN 'willregister
I..L Y A Statutes Notice I. hereby given ecutlon. 4 epartment house en Walnut Street. Good term.
with the Clerk ol Reddish Sheriff
REAL In and that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, Dolph Immediate Incam.
the Circuit Court sheriff of Bradford Bradford County. Florida 3 B&9fllOPIneb>4>D-OO.
Aug. 28 .10 a.m. CMCk14UAOur" for Florida Putnam, upon receipt County of, os County Florida under 8/19 4tchg 9/9 *4 BR, 2.bath,family room with fireplace,brkk stuc-

W/Doub.ewIde proof of publication of sell rent tradefor n.Lovely peel.C brick veneer home on 1 acre, with 2 utility
: 60 Acre Farm lilies associates this notice, the following Buy, .
house, VA marrg.C
Station In Stark., off know where lo look for fictitious name to-wit: barn 2.'
Patrol farm house, large
love this fix-up
1 Mil North of Highway" Investment opportunities Curies Suzuki of Starke, sure results use the You .
here In town or all over the acres, pecan. -
US301. country And we have the under which he is engag want ads in the Telegraph Colley Road 2 .It, 2 bath 150x10 lot. 11'/'%

all fenced and crossed fenced. 20 acres In pecans, experience to help you get -- ..- .. assumable mtf.
60 acres with 12x20 addition, pole barn loading financing at term you can See thl 20 acre farm with barn, fencing, nice stuccohome.
doublewlde mobile home afford. Tell us your objectives
Inc. term
schute, out building. diesel tractor attachments. -well help find them Strout Realty ,. 10 acre with tree*, 2 M.H.. extra hook-up, ..-

12'/ % OWNER FINANCINGThis for you. ... 838 N. Temple Ave. '_clng. '
will b. divided or sold a. a whole. for more Inlorma- 3 Bedroom brick home, chain link fence. .'At"
property : 964-8931 or 473-3906 assumable. mtg.Houses.
lion and picture brochure contact.tiA '
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I }, Allen Scott's Junior Season at Mars Hill t rt I II'

I : Could Bring Team and Individual Honors

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individual honors are almost sure to .J ., ., ,J..;, .. '
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> follow. Glory for the team puts top 4
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players under the spotlight. r .r1\- ;I
Mars Hill coach Claude Gibson
And a college football player who i t.f 'wMl, ',qrs. r.w :

could be in the small college spotlight ..V"1'.iM"'t ,- t jecinsChics
i I this season is Allen Scott the former -, ,,': "If we've got an all-conference
standout two-way lineman of Brad-
ford IIIgh.L : {f, $2go0

Allen has team goals in mind as he or all./ district lineman he's it." Reg. 32.00 t R RReg.
heads into his junior campaign at
Mars Hill College in North Carolina. .-.
"':'''''\ $2700
,., He wants a South Atlantic Conference 32.00
.' Levi': ,
Championship. If his Lions capturethe
crown in what is becoming a $ 00
dominating conference in NAIA small i
school football then postseason Jacques DeNoir .Reg. 30. iI
honors lineman should for the follow.burly offensive : Allen on hi role as a leader: Tres Bien 0 0 I

"It's going to take than Colored Pants..Reg. 27.
"If we've got an all-conference or more
all-district lineman he's it," Lion Lq- Ladies
coach Claude Gibson said of Allen in a leader if we're to BLOUSES
t r one going get
phone conversation Tuesday. "He STRETCH
was our most consistent lineman as a 1 r- $
sophomore last year and he's built r that championship and I 3 a50 to
himself up to 240 after ending the yearat PANTS
about 230 last season. Speed is still $13.00
his best asset. We're planning to figure I might as well take
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move him to guard this year just $2900
because he's got the good speed and Short Sleeve
can pull and make the outside block." that iniative." ens
But Scott didn't (go through an off SHIRTSYoung
season weight training program while Allen Scottfor
working in Mars Hill to gain In-
dividual glory. He's hungry for a $14.99
team title. After seeing spot duty as a SAC conference honors then the The Lions open with Catawba College could come up since it's not that far (a
freshman on a Mars Hill club that Lions may be among the nation's best Sept. 4 at home, and then host Elon's 2Vi to 3 hour drive). It's hard to t
went to the NAIA national semifinals in their division. Conference frontrunner two-time NAIA champs Sept. 11. describe how much it means to you I
Allen saw the Lions slip to :)-5 as he Elon College, 11-1-1 last year and And non-conference biggies includea when there's people up there (in the Girls i
assumed a starting role in 1980. He the league favorites again in '82, has date at Division I West Carolina, stands) you know."
sees a resurgence this year. been NAIA national champs the past which played at Florida State last As a junior academically with a 2.7 Young Maverick Cords
: When asked if he's looking forward two seasons. year (losing 56-31 at Tallahassee), a grade point average he promises is (1 Full Year
to the coming season he exclaimed, Ask the personable Scott about his Nov. 13 home game with the first year going to go up Scott has his prioritiesset. Warranty) y F I
: "Oh, man, am I," abilities and he's perfectly honest, Georgia Southern team coached by He is majoring in math and hopesto Denim & TwinJEANS '' '
: "It's going to be up to us, the confident but realistic. He knows his Erk Russell, and a road game at teach math and coach football and -
players,but we've got the best chance strengths, weaknesses and limita- Savannah St. October 9. wrestling as a career L I
::1 of winning the (conference) championship tions. He's a player who plays 'within A state heavyweight wrestling runnerup I
during the years I'm here. himself' as the saying goes and as Allen is excited about the game as a senior at BHS he says he Sizes 7 to 14
The defense is looking great and the such has developed into a fearsome with West Carolina for obvious really doesn't miss competitive Slims
: offense is maturing. The offensive lineman despite a lack of imposing reasons. It's a chance to play David wrestling but does still enjoy & Regulars I
:: line is still probably the weakest physical tools. against the big school Goliath from coaching the sport. Last fall he interned Regular Prices $20$29Now20otf
point, but it's looking better." "I've never been real strong. I'm just down the road. And he anxiously at a North Carolina high school and
J And as the top returner on an offensive stronger now than I ever have been, awaits the Savannah game becauseit's coached wrestling. "I worked with )
line that Gibson too says was a but that's not that much. I use my the closest game of his career so the high school kids but that's about it
trouble point in '81 (the Lions scored speed and mostly I'm a head player. far to his family, which now lives in for my wrestling anymore. I do feel
over 17 points in just two games) talk a lot to get him (the opponent) Georgia, and his friends of Bradford like I can coach both sports though."
: Allen plans to take a leadership role. angry, get his concentration gone... County.A .
; "It's going to take more than one then I work on him. It's a big head group of family and friends from And Bradford countians who recall Mens Hwy 301 S. 964-7263
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take that iniative." that excites Scott besides con- nah St. game and he said "it'd be classroom here know he can do pretty
If Mars Hill can indeed challenge ference contention is the schedule. great if some people from Starke much whatever he sets his mind to.

1\\ Bradford Cowboy Teams Continue Workouts, Registration 18.00 Fashion

Bradford County's Pop Warner year olds weighing between 40 and 75 weighing 65-100 pounds. Rudolph Hut- be head coach for the Sr Midgets. I Wear
football teams continue to work pounds. Randy Rowell coaches that cheson is head coach for the Pee About 12 openings are left. ... towards the Jamboree in Keystone squad. Wees. --
Heights,Saturday,Sept. 11, and open- The Jr. Pee Wee team coached by Ronnie Thomas will coat h (he Jr. .
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Bradford BassmastersStart VOTE and ELECT different c oice of mOVies

New SeasonThe ,

new 1982.83 season lor the
Bradford Bassmasters got off to a .1. Maxie
new start Friday, Aug. 6 on Sampsonand y
Rowell lakes.
Fishing on these two lakes had been
hot for the last two months, but really
cooled down come tournament time. (
Early in the tournament strikes RA
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weigh-in,this happened to a lot of peo I
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bass were lost.
Jody Starling won the event with ,
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Jim McCrary a close second. Earl t School Board( '
Muse landed the largest bass, a four I 7i 1'1'I"
plus pounder. Congratulations to "
these three bassmasters.I MemberDistrict .
would also like to congratulate the
new club officers for the 1982-83 2 .
season and wish them all a smooth
year. They are: Ken Teal, president;
Frank, vice-president, and Edward Will Work For Good SchoolsHas
Christmas, secretary. Earl Muse will
remain the treasurer. Good luck Bachelor of Science, FSU

guys, I hope you don't need it, like I
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did.Seriously, I have enjoyed my yearas
Children BHS GraduatesWill
president, and I am very proud 3 are
that the club thought me worthy of the Watch Your Tax Dollar 1wF
job. It was quite a yearl) .

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I I (!I Eight- lYear.-Old Murder Mystery Solvedi! When,,Inmate Confesses'.... I

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.: An eight year old Bradford County time and the car sat there until the same as the records provided by a blow to the head. was told that the death penalty could,
murder mystery was solved by coun end of the month. dentist from Daytona Beach who In- At the time Sheriff Reddish said his have been applied to eacn 01 tne three,
}ty authorities .Tuesday when' the On April 10, 1974, children playingin dicated they were the records of BarInmate department never i investigated any murders but that he had reluctantly.
killer: a Florida State Prison inmate,' a wooded area near the Keystone'' other',,missing person they were so I agreed to give him life terms. : ,
admitted guilt in the 1973 slaying of dump found what they believed bea sure the body was that of the Bauer "I've agreed not to sentence you to
17-year-old Barbara Ann Bauer. human skeleton and called the girl.For JT I death because you've provided lnfor!
: Gerald Eugene Stano, age 30, from sheriff's department. The body was seven years the case remained mation for families who didn't know,,
Ormond Beach has stated to Bradford found covered only by a small oak opened and a mystery until an article where there loved ones were," said.
county authorities that' I he ,killed tree which had been cut and thrown .J. I appeared on September 3, 1981, in a r- I Foxman.
Bauer in Bradford County in ,over the remains. Jacksonville paper about a man who
September of 1973. Along with the remains were .. pled guilty to thel first-degree Assistant State Attorney Larry'Nix'
Stano is presently serving three life several pieces of jewelry and articlesof murders of three young women and on told the court that Stano also confessed -
sentences at Florida State Prison for clothing although it was badly confessed to three other slaymgs. to killing Linda Hamilton; a
similar homicides in the Daytona decomposed. A pair of blue-jean cut <" Eugene Stano admitted that he r. 16-year-old girl from Milbury, Mass.,
Beach area. offs and one flip-flop, underwear anda stabbed to death or strangled six whose beaten body was found partly
"! Miss Bauer, 17,was the daughter of shirt were found in the area. young women in Volusia County overa buried near New Smyrna Beach IIn!
l>r. and Mrs. Albert Bauer from New An early lead to the identity of the six-year period. 1975; Ramona Neal, a 19-year-old
$myrma Beach. The skeleton remains skelton as that of Miss Bauer was a Stano pleaded guilty to first-degree from Forrest Park, Ga. whose body,,
of Miss Bauer were found near pullover shirt found with the body ., :"" .I" murder In the deaths of: was found in a clump of i bushes in Or-!1
the Keystone landfill In Bradford which had"Ohio State"on the front of '' ; Mary Carol Maher, 20, whose mond Beach, and a still unidentified
County In April Of 1974. it. This matched the describtion of the 'It' decomposed body was found in skeletal whose remains were found
;:: Miss Bauer was last seen on" T-shirt Miss Bauer was wearing when Daytona Beach on Feb.17, 1980, with Nov. 5, 1980, in an Insterstate 95 me-
September 8, 1973, when she went to she disappeared. A flyer with that several stab wounds. dian.
lolly Hills Shopping Plaza in the description had been hanging in the .I' Toni Haddocks, 26, whose bones Ann Bauer
afternoon to buy fabric for the high Sheriff's office since her disap- were found April 15, 1980, in a woodedlot According to the psychiatrists'report
school drill team.The vehicle she was pearance.Dr. in Holly Hill Judge James Foxman sentenced Stano told doctors that in most
driving was found to be parked at a Robert Klein, pathologist at Gerald Stano .Nancy Heard, 24, a motel maid Stano to three consecutive life terms, of the cases, he picked the women up
motel in Valdosta Ga. the following Alachua General Hospital indicatedin strangled to death. Her body was meaning Stano will not be eligible for at the beach, then killed them
morning. However there was no his report on June 24,1974,the skull bara Bauer. It was also confirmedthat found January 3, 1975, in a wooded parole until he is 103. because they refused to have sex with
..bulletin.. out for the vehicle at that and teeth found at Keystone were the Miss Bauer died as a result of a area in northwest Volusia County. As Stano stood before the judge he him.

::1 I ., Electronic Games and Low Gas Prices

ir iri. Make Starke Pep- O Store A Success"The

ByMarkFrledlin business so far, especially since the maintained and owned by a companyin programs keep changing, but
BCT Staff Writer local schools let out for the summer. Fayetteville, N.C., called Tar Heel games like Pac Man, especially Pac
I r Combine low gasoline and food When this reporter went down on a Systems Inc. As part of their arrange- Man, seem to have what it takes to
prices with an array of the latest elec- Saturday night to find out what all the ment with Pepo the company collects keep the players interested."
tronic games and you'll have a clear excitement was about, he found the half of the profits from the machinesand Heavner says.I .
1 1I 1I winner in these recessionary times. place jam-packed with students, all agrees to keep them in good saw some of the younger students
I I That's just what one of Starke's either dodging multi-colored electronic working order and most importantly, play the Pac Man game for up to 30-45
Y newest businesses accomplishedwhen "ghosts" in the Pac Man game, keep the flow of new games coming. minutes on one quarter, they were so
+YYh(4 1 J the Pepo Convinience store on or conquering space with laser gunsin The high attrition rate means that adept.
I Hwy. 301 opened last January. games like "Stargate" and some games come into the store, en- But don't think all of the people
Owner Bill Heavner, who also "Galaxia", joy a brief burst of popularity, and pouring quarters into the games are
..-..: ..-. operates three other Pepo stores two Reflecting a craze that has exploded then fade into obscurity. students. There were more than a few
in Jacksonville and one in West Palm this summer all around the coun- Some seem to have such an in- adults down at the game room the
L't -.:-- Beach, started something of a gas try like some of the other memorablefads teresting original design that they See .
war, as they call it in the trade, when of the past, electronic games are linger on for months, and even years. page four. .
he first came to town. touted by their proponnents as improving ..
"It was all just part of the idea for hand-to-eye coordination and
ggfirYa the grand opening when we first had helping introduce youngsters to the
t'k k'r the idea," Heavner says. "We were world of computers, although you
J Just trying to get people to come by most likely won't see IBM jumping in- Buy This Home For
and try us out, but pretty soon just to Pac Man production anytime soon.
17..Yr y. about everyone else In town starting The designs are a jealously guarded S-1CO QO 12 Years
I II I coming down with their prices. industry secret with the young com- IO J.O4L Financing
II a{' j9 think
I Anyone who drives had to love that. puter programmers who up
The game room, which is alongsidethe popular game formats demandingsome Per Month w/10% Down
I, convienence store,has been one of of the highest salaries going.
the most succesfull ,parts of the The games in the Pepo station are
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William II. Bartlett
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Heights, died Saturday, Aug. 14 at Home, Jacksonville, with the
William Heury Bartlett, 80, of Aleatha M. Bartlett Rev. pioneer residents of Starke. He was a
one brother, Riverside .
Keystone Heights, died Wednesday, Ruben G. Bartlett of San Hospital in Jacksonville.A Buddy C. Friedlin officiating. Burial Veteran of World War II, serving in
Aug. 11, in Alachua General Hospital, Calif.; three sisters,Mrs Bernardino Ruth native of Jacksonville, Mrs. Dill was in Rest Lawn Memorial Park the U.S. Air Force: He was employed Card of Thanks
Fuer- came to Keystone Heights from there
under the direction of Hewell & Sons in the furniture
following a sudden illness. : business until ill heal
tein of
San Bernardino, Calif., Mrs. of the late Rosa Coleman -
Born in 15 years ago. She was a homemakerand Funeral Home.William forced his retirement. The family
Ireton Iowa Mr. Bartlett Dora P. Zllm of Arizona and Ms. a member of the wish to express thanks to the.
moved to Keystone Heights in 1969, Edith: May Community Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. 'kindnwg
Bartlett of Hawarden, Church of Keystone Heights. friends for the acts >
Ann many
from Cedar Jones, of Starke,
Rapids, Iowa. Mr. Iowa. Survivors include and Mrs. extended during their hour of
Bartlett was a member of the El Following cremation, a memorial daughters, Ida Tkacz and her Susan two "Bill" Lee Beulah Mae Jenkins of Jacksonville; bereavement. Thanks. to Hail l
Kahir Temple. the Scottish Rite and funeral service was held at 11 AM Goodyear, both of Jacksonville two Brewer three brothers,' Paul D. Brewer,: Funeral Home for the courteous ser
263 the Mt.all in Hermon Cedar Rapids.Masonic Lodge No. Saturday, Aug. 14, in DeWitt C. Jones sisters, Mary C. Lenker of; In- William"Bill"Lee Brewer 60,resi- all Lenroy of Jacksonville.Brewer, and Wiley Brewer, vice rendered. We pray God I
Locally Mr. Chapel with Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating terlachen and Eleanor C. Reneke of dent Ing for you all
of Starke, died Funeral ,
Bartlett Saturday, Aug. services faallly
belonged to the Shrine Clubof Jones Funeral were conducted at daughter&I
Home Jacksonville; one brother, Danny 14, at the Veterans Administration 2:30 EM..I Young rI r
Keystone Tuesday at the
Heights the All Saints Keystone Heights, was in charge of Cusic of North Carolina p.m. Chapel of I
five I
in Lake
Hospital City Archie Tanner
Angelican Church in Palatka. Mr. arrangements. following an extended Funeral Home of i I
Bartlett retired in 1969 as a Profes- grandchildren. illness. Starke with Rev. Robert Gillis of
sional Engineer and Surveyor from Joanna C. Dill Funeral services were conducted at He was born and raised in Virginia ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake
Cedar Rapids. 10 a.m.Tuesday,Aug. 17 at George H. the son of the late Wiley and Mary Cemetery under the direction
Joanna C. Dill, 70, of Keystone Hewell &: Sons Northside Funeral Elizabeth Ferguson Brewer former chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.of Ar- I

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side the limits and he with several traffic violations after a parked .
received and informations were filedon Man city was leavingas vehicle The
Hampton parked
From The Office 22 cases. Thirteen prior cases soon as he could get the pickup off his vehicle struck five parked was pushed into an other vehicle ;
Of The State Attorney were dismissed and two people: were Arrested In Accident the Culvert, which he did. vehicles in the Crossroads parking lot cle Lynch's vehicle then parked struck vehl' "
on probation. Six guilty pleas Randall Brooks,24,of Hampton The trooper returned Brooks to the August 14.Jeffery. fourth parked vehicle and a ,
placed Curtis
::: Since August 1 activity in the office 22, of take Into the fifth PUShed It
'. the LA ',.. "'L.ticy at the Bradford were accepted was arrested and charged with scene of the accident in order to complete Lynn Lynch with reckless Total parked vehicle. .if!
the accident Butler was charred damage j
report. .
and leaving the to the
County Courthouse is as follows; Six traffic criminal cases were careless driving license Uj ,driving! vehicles were parked
? new Damage to the culvert belonging to driving having no ; $2,600.
9 on Damage
of August to .
there was one new individual case first 13 of scene an of Ford wa $ the
received during the days Bradford County was$300. Damage to while under the influence an t5),
: and/or felony defendant sent to the office CR-18. with J. H. Horler. according to Trooper .
for Informa- August. Fifteen guilty pleas were accepted Brooks driving a 19HO GMC pickup the pickup was $400 according to alcoholic beverage and driving
prosecution. Felony and one case was dismissed. unlawful alcohol blood level.
ofLetts' Trooper J. II.
tions were filed on 3 cases truck pulled into the parking lot Ford, in Man Arrested 'II
1969 was
driving a
Brooks was released on a $250 cash Lynch
,. and stopped.
The one new case filed was a county were no new juvenile cases Store in Hampton the Crossroads lot in front of For
received so far this month. Informa- He then accelerated making a right bond. parking Concealed Weapon ;,
case, according to Assistant State Attorney the R & S Cleaners when he gunnedhis
tions were filed on three cases and onto SU-18. The vehicle ran overa
Thomas Elwell. turn William Fraizer
Vehicle Strikes vehicle and almost struck three 35, of Starke
The court or the state attorney four cased were dismissed by the tree stump swerved to the left and according to witnesses.The arrested August 13 and charged was ,.
dismissed six cases and eight guilty court or the state attorney. One. went into the ditch striking a culvert. Five Parked CarsA pedestrians vehicle then began a counterclockwise with I.
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night 1 was there, and they proved to in for the combat and defend games the store and says he's as excited as
:\ be some of the most expert players,a with names like "Missile Command"and the players will be when they arrive.
,'), I, \\ I.'I.. "I process that. can take a lot of practice, the girls like the units with a "We never have any trouble with
and money."It slightly milder image like Pac Man ,the kids who come up here so I really
may cost you a bit at first but and "Centipede." think this is a good thing,'he said. "ft
when you get really good it costs less Sure enough some national guard keeps them off the streets and it real-
bright-eyedplitue and more"one smen from lamp Blanding were ly is fun, it sure beats passively wat-
girl told me,she also clustered around the "Tank Battle" ching the television all summer. It
said her ultimate goal is to get Pac game and acting like they were defen- takes skill."
Man on one of the home video
,, games the
ding N.A.T.O. lines from a Russian -
,., ., for her parent's television.Pac attack in Western In the meantime, the summer
.. ..... ".., man is by far the favorite, but ,EJ1"ope."This wears on, the lasers keep blasting
-ii'- ,- .'" there are a host of new games now game is the greatest, its the away,the Pac Man keeps gobbling up
that are far more complex than the only one I'll play," said one of the the points, the quarters keep clinking
... ; original little yellow man. men. "We come up here on leave all into the machines and everyone
Wf' The twenty-plus year-olds that I the time." seems to like it that way.
\:,"",.' 1! .., ., met were gathered around a game Heavner is on the verge of putting After all,what's a quarter for a trip
called "Stargate" which was in a whole generation of new games at into space?
eminating strange sounds of exploding -
assorted bad guys with
names like "Bombers, Mutants
Landers, Saucers and Drones," to Invitation to Submit ProposalResponses
name just a few.
For dedicated Stargate players,
'"if, ';',, their game is to Pac Man what to Request for Proposals will be receivedby
i7 :;.t' b Mickey Mouse is to Luke Skywalker
'J.''r. }, in other words, this is war. August 20, 1982, by 5:00: p.m. by the Department of
." ;" ItJi The game demands total concentration Health and Rehabilitative Services for the following:
I as the player must manipulatesix
different controls at once, unlike
y Pac Man,which is a"one-handed"af- County Program: Contact Person
fair, and destroy various bad guys
who are out to grab the huminoids he
2' Teadie Belvin
is protecting and destroy the player's Bradford DTP-Adult, Transportation
spaceship in a variety of trickey un- 302 S. Marion St
predictable ways. Exec. Pk Bldg
Heavner keeps track of the relative
Lake FL
popularity of the various games that
come and go with the aid of counters 32055
I. _. The Better You Get,The Longer You Can Play For. A Quarter noticed built into some the patterns consoles,beginning and he has to ((904)) 755-2750

f'i "Some of the games like Pac Man Full information regarding Statement of. Work,
just establish an audience early andnever Terms, and Condition, Provider Requirements, Instruc-
i Wildlife Personnel Estimates fawn survival, which is necessary to acres for public hunting in the Lake lose it," Heavner says. tions to Prospective Provider on developing RFP and
i Fawn Here measure the carry-over of replace- Butler Wildlfie Management Area, "Younger players seem to like Pac
ment animals for the following year," have concluded that the area's deer Man and other games like it while the Evaluation Criteria is available from contact person upon
I Sound deer management encompasses siad Art Stockle wildlife biologist for herd is increasing on a large portionof older players go for the most complex request. Right is reserved by the Department to reject anyor
o more than planting food plots; the Florida Games and ,
Fresh Water the area.Several games the more complex the bet-
an accurate population estimate is Fish Commission.' factors are considered in ter." .all responses_ to the. ._Request___ for. Proposal.,. ... __ _, ,
I. essential before basic management "Although track counts are not an conducting deer censuses: I.) a Men and boys naturally,seem to RO -- __".'.,___ N ."' .'. '" .c '
can begin. exact measure of the population,they measured distance of plowed or graded ,. -- -
G Each year during the summer months do give a reliable estimate of the deer road within the area, 2.) typical
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!: : wildlife personnel are busy canvassing density in a given area,"Stockle said. habitat of the area, and 3.) the track
b,.. wildlife management areas This year wildlife personnel count must be taken within twenty-
trying to form population estimates. assisted by Gene Branch, tract four hours of a late afternoon rain or SYMPATHY and UNDERSTANDINGIs
rr' "The summer season is chosen in manager for ITT Rayonier, Inc. having the road cleaned of previous What You Get From
order to gain information
I: concerning; which provides approximately 10,000 tracks
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r' .J ... Stark, has under gone a structural were poured and the names of the Fellowship Hall were constructed in minister. ,
change in the past few months. The family were placed on the tile when 19S8 under the leadership of the
7.. .' church is located on West Call Street. the members gave a gift of money in Reverend E. Sherwood.The The current minister of First Chris-
I On.May 30 a new addition to the support of the new addition. church added to their property tian Church Is the Rev. Raymond .
.,. church building was dedicated by the The tiles are proudly framed and several years ago when they purchased Baer. Without his leadership the new
+ members. The addition to the displayed on the wall as you enter the the Freeman Register property ad- addition would not have been possible
Fellowship Hall adds one new new addition. There are 70 tiles in all, lt fnt tn ..... ,...'-..h hiiildlnK. That said one of the church member
,.., classroom and six new restrooms.The they measure 6" by 6".
'I1( '1(, addition was made possible The history of the church dates
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gifts was conceived by Mrs. Grace was built in 1953 on land once
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Paged August! 19, 198Z

: Rep. Frank Williams

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*No Down Payment *No Closing Cost Some 1700 friends and supporters of and progressive outlook and an
\ I Representative Frank Williams, who overall effort focused on solutions -
is seeking his 6th term in the Florida not more bureaucrats, more useless .
20 Models to Choose from
With Over
laws and more confusion. I ask your
r House of Representatives,District 21,
i I. Built on Your Lot gathered in Middleburg on Saturday help in making District 21 and all of .. -
$ for a Bar-b-que kicking off Williams'campaign Florida the best place in the world to -
A, ."4 for re-election. live and work." .
Call Jim Powell / 'L l
had filed .
) Williams stated that he was runningon Williams announced that he -
For a FREE Brochure 1-473-4961 his experience and being effectivefor House Memorial 1, a memorial to
t. w N the people of the district.Williams the U. S. Congress calling for a con-
went on to say "I stand on my record stitutional amendment to elect
and I'm proud of it. My main objec- federal judges (who are now appointed
tive over the years has been to be of for life) and have the U. S.
service to aU the people of the district. Supreme Court Justices reconfirmedby
I pledge to continue my efforts on the U. S. Senate every four years.
behalf of the people of Bradford, Clay This. Williams said, would make the
and St. Johns counties, on the floor of federal judiciary more responsibleand
the House, in committees I par- responsive to the needs and wantsof
UNITED COMPARES ticipate in and monitor, and in every the people of this country. He cited
MORTGAGE other possible manner. This is my recent decisions made by federal -
basic commitment to you as your judges blocking the carrying out of
'JA is representative. I look to our North the death penalty and the threat of a
NEED MONEY Florida future working together with federal judge to turn convicted
? WE HAVE ITU! Williams and Supporters Listen to the BandNew great hope and optimism. New criminals out of our prisons because
challenges of today: require a broad of.so-called over crowded conditions.

Bill Consolidation Home ImprovementRental

Property Vacant LandIf News Briefs "UIH.U""HH"lHH_
Home ((904))473-4961 .
you need money for any worthwhile purpose, Remodeling from page three ':;
give us a call.LICENSED. PRKSSURK WASHING PAINTING carrying a concealed firearm. It is mandatory they attend driving
MORTGAGE BROKERS Police were called to Lola Little's while intoxicated school in addition to
KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC. Cafe when someone complained there paying a $275.50 fine.

: Ft 730 N. Waldo Rd.Suite D. REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR was a man there waving a gun. Captain ?
: 19041378.9413Gainesville Scotty Rhoden found Fraizer sit- Also charged with driving while intoxicated j: :
Florida 32601 ROOFING INSULATIONJim ting on the hood of a vehicle outside were Melton Jimmy Griffis,
the cafe, noticed a buldge in his Raymond Charles McAllister, Morris 1
1 Powell 440 Lawrence Blvd. pocket and ask him if he had a gun. Carter, Jr. and John Henry Guthrie.
President Keystone HgU.,Fl 32656 Fraizer gave him a .38 calibre semi- All pled not-guilty and will receive a
1I I automatic pistol. jury trial.
Fraizer was arrested and taken to '
the Bradford County Jail. Anthony Conrad Carroll charged g
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Family Bond was set at $1,500. He was with driving against restrictions was 5s.
I y ;:N Only, August 19-22 released on his own recognizance. found guilty and received a $113 fine. Z.
i Carroll's liscense is suspended for 90
., Back Arrests For DWI days and he must attend defensive ,!"'
S driving school. :!-":.;
South STORE HOURS Heriberto C. Benabidez, 40, of Carroll was also fined $88 for the "'. ,
Starke arrested August 14 for
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charge of faulty equipment. :::':
driving while under the influence of charges were from the July 21 acci-; ....
Starke, FL s Mon.-Wed. 9-8 an acholic beverage. dent Carroll was involved in. 'rO
I Todr. Benabidez was arrested on US301six .4a
Thurs.-Sat. 9-9 miles south of Starke driving a Hampton Man
1976! Mercury, according to Deputy
Arrested For Pot
Paul Stegall.
Sunday 12-6 Michael Anthony Coleman, 23, of
I \ Gwendolyn Cox Glenn,35,of Starkewas Hampton was arrested and charged
Sc1i1 arrested August 15 and chargedwith with possession of cannibus August
driving while under the influenceof
an acholic beverage. 16.Starke city police stopped Colemanfor
1 : Glenn was stopped 4 miles west of running a red light at US-301 and
Starke on SR-16,according to TrooperD. Edwards Road. According to
C. Roberts. Patrolman Jerry Miller he noticed a
Bond was set at $300. Glenn was plastic bag on the floor board of the ;
released on her own recognizance. car and a distintive odor of cannibus.A .
1 small amount of cannibus was
Woodrow Wilson Harper, 59, of found to be in the bag. After Colemanwas
Raiford was arrested August 15 and arrested a brown paper bag was
charged with driving while intox- found under the seat with additional
r icated. plastic bags in it.
Harper was charged with actual Coleman was booked into the Brad
'. physical control of the vehicle while ford County Jail under a$500 bond. He
under the influence of an alcholic was released on his ...own .
IUIii beverage Roberts. ,according to Trooper D.C. recognizance."rirtt* ,,

; Bond was set at $300. Harper was Starke ManArrested I
released on his own recognizance.

j New DWI Law TestedIn Raymond Randall Bell, 21, of
Bradford CourtThe Starke was arrested and charged with
l Trapper driving while intoxicated and
l first cases to appear in Brad- careless driving in an accident
4 ford County traffic-criminal court August 14.
Mart too since the new driving while intox- Bell driving a 1980 Chevrolet, was
icated law was Imposed by the stateon traveling east on SR-230. As he at-
July 1 were heard August 9. tempted to turn right onto Redgrave
Manuel Pope and AI Joseph Estro Street he drove his vehicle into the
Crayola were found guilty of driving while in- ditch.
i'; toxicated and were placed on proba- Damage to the vehicle was $850,according -
(! CRAYONS tion by the court for 180 days. During to Patrolman N. Jackson.
this time will be involved In a
they Bell was released on a $300 surety
smi..t Color. i jO program developed by the Salvation bond
, Army. Their driver's license have
, been revoked for the same period of
time t ,, seepage ten
Poptf"and Estro must satisfy 50 '
hours community. service. U they
gives blood:to the Bradford County
.4for$100 .68 Hospital,blood bank they will receive
credit for 25 hours of that community

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1160 students learn swimming, safety, and have fun in program... I

The Bradford County Swim Program ride out to Camp Blanding's Enlisted one of the instructors at this year's Brooker, Southside and Starke basic swimming strokes and most of tor them, obviously, is to get them to
has just finished another sue- Man's pavillion at Kingsley Lake session. "We had a great group of Elementary schools and were divided all, a sense of security in the water en- become familiar with the water and
essfull season of teaching local each morning for the past three kids out there this summer and I think into different groups according to age vironment."We to get over their apprehension so they
oungsters the basics of swimming weeks where they were taught basic everyone learned a lot.We had a good and ability had some of the younger can progress to the next level. Some
echniques. strokes and water safety. time too, both the instructors and the Students in the beginning levels students out there that were afraid to took a little longer than others but by
Over 160 young students from four "We had a real good program this kids." learned, among other things, how to put their heads under the water," the end of the session just about
rea elementary schools took a bus year" commented Rick Stephens, The students come from Hampton, float on their backs correctly, some Stephens explained. "The first step everyone was in up over their heads
having a good time with the rest."
Students who already knew
"" Mrt something about swimming techni-
ques were taught some of the basic
strokes including the crawl, the back
crawl, the backstroke and the
CaveRestaurant breaststroke, as well as some basic

ir .. C.4ULUk Tasty u water safety always precautions."We try to stress. the safety

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... Stephens said. "But you have to
realize that the single most important
T Ir thing we teach, safety-wise, is just
Management learning the basic strokes and becom-
ing comfortable in and around the
-- -- SR 21 N., Keystone 473-2555 water. In this aspect, I think we are
-- the most succesfull. Many of the local
OPEN 6 am 10 pm Sunday thru Thursday kids don't have access to water year-
,r. round so when they are exposed to it, >j -I
Friday,& Saturday 6 am til 10 pm they are better prepared after going
through the program."
Instructors who donated their timeat
the swim camp this year include
Rick and Deborah Stephens, Jimmy
Prevatt, Sandra Duncan, Terry
Prevatt, Lyn Melvin, Jim Lewis,
Keith and Joy Tetstone, Ramona Jor-
ll'J eO dan and Eddie Joyce Sexton.
ft "We'd like to thank the officials at 1
Camp Blanding for their cooperation '
and for allowing us to use the
facilities here," Stephens said.
"There couldn't be a better place than
the Kingsley Lake site to teach a
i like this."
large group
to David Smith, who is the assistant
: : To Our Specials director for Community Education at
Try the Bradford-Union County
Vocational-Technical School, which
sponsors the program, agreed with
l Daily Specials Breakfast Special "The site Is ideal because of the
TBoneSteak dock facilities, and the fact the bottom
'I' Meat Loaf 2 Eggs slopes off gently here,which real
'i ly helpd us to introduce the students
: r"' r I Pancakes gradually to the water," Smith said.
:1 LasagnaChicken c "What we are basically trying to do is
'i {CREAM r 9 9 to drown-proof some of these studentsto

I .. Dinner 2 Waffles threatening a point that situation if they are around ever in the a

.,' : '. TREATS : Country Steak Your Choice water they" can respond instead of

II /.' $ and more T-Bone Steak panicing."Lets face it, none of the local kids
Our SpecialtySHAKES "
,., 3.99 are Olympic swimmers by any means
'- All with choice of 2 vegs.Visit because most of them don't have access -
& Eggs to a pool. We don't have a public
MALTS Includes choice of 2 Vegs, Toast & Grits w/Coffee pool here so there" really isn't
anywhere to
., BANANA.SPLI 1. "I'm always very suprised at the
', (. : .OurerS50aladItems $2 49 rate of progress most of the students
L a- SUNDAES /ft'iJt. show as the classes get started,"" he
r IA i continued. "They are receptive to the
CONES r'y swiming and the basic safety techni-
ETC. ":t y 'f.. ques we demonstrate.We have a lot of
1 4rhu ALL YOU CAN EAT fun the whole time and I think that
may be what makes the difference."
We Bar-B-Que Our Own: LIVER & The day this reporter visited the
a $ classes the students were busy show-

Ribs Beef and Pork Chicken 2 4 9 learned ing off their in their different seperate strokes groups.they had .i

r-: GIZZARDS The "big jump" off of the dock is
always a chance for the guys in the ,
Y -_ group to cut up a bit, but soon II
everyone is in the water and going ,
through their strokes with clockworklike -
Tasty Cay.Keystone's precision. !
"Discipline is rarely ever a problem 1
even in a group this large,"
Smith said. "Like I said, the fun fac ,;
Completely 4 tor takes precedence over everything
4 Supervised Video Game Room Smith said the lessons will be continued -
.w. next year at the same location. !

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3rd Class Bradly L. Friedlin, son of ,
Thursday Night Watch forParents' Mr. and Mrs. Buddy C. Friedlin of !:
Keystone Heights' was promoted to '
\ his present rank upon graduating
Night from Machinery Technician School. .
25 Games Our Upcoming The 16-week course was conducted :
at the Coast Guard Reserve Training
$ to Choose 5 FREE Tokens Center, Yorktown, VA. Students,
Contest received Instruction on the inspection
from to Each Parent w/Children servicing and repair of gasoline ; ,'
and diesel engines, hydraulic.
systems, steam driven machinery,
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Baldwin Piano of
New quoroter beginning choice. Parramore Music prescription sun glo..... Pool landscaped yard
$.p.1. Qualified teacher 9047326776. Oeala. 7/8 Contact Union CountyTim. outbuilding. with 2.5
college degree, member tin .. 496-2361. TFN 8/19. acres. $20,000 down. .
FSMTA. Near Worthington 2 BEDROOM FRAME HOME Balance owner financed at "
Spring 4963976. 3tchg For rent. Pr.f.r single or REAL 10 p.rc.nt for IS years. I
81219 8/26. coupl.. large yard. Phone Additional acreage < \
YARD SAUl Friday Aug.20. 496-2979 ..nlng.. 2tchg ESTATE available. Flexible terms. Why should consider r
"-untH. Saturday Aug. 21, 8/191/26. All on SR 18 near War- y
a until 2 p.m. Girls school ROOM WANTED TO RSNTlPreferably LOOKING FOR a special' thlngton Springs. Phone
clothes .,... 6.7,9. Larg. with private entrance piece of property If I 496-3629. TFN 7/22. Carrier as your new or
selection of women and private bath. don't have It. I'll find It-Just PLANT SAUl All plan. In tin
clothe lore .1.... Many Must be air conditioned. o.k...-JANE S. USHER cans $1, lorg. selection.
ether Items. 565 E. Main Non-smoking white male. REALTOR 496-2126 or Sale ends Aug. 28. Contrary replacement cooling &
$tr.. Lake Butler. Itchg Call 496-2222 and ask for 4962903. .".... "Your Mary' Garden. SR
8/19. Louis. Itpd 8/19. Union County Realtor tfn 121, LaCro.... 4621561. heating equipment.
WOULD LIKE TO BAIYSITi 3/26. Clo..d Sunday and Mon.
On. mall child. 13 FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE day. 2tchg 11926..
months yeari. In my HELP WANTEDNOW NEEDStCall V.n.ra Brown 1977 JOHN DEERE 4400l
home. Excellent care. 1/2 496-3022. Sandy Hasen Combine w/corn header.
mile We.t of Ralford. TAKING APPLICA- 496-3994 eves or Gerrl lennon Also 1977 Volkswagen
Phon. 431-1970. Itchg 4963140. Tiffin and 2500. Call Farmers and
TIONSi For payroll clerk. .
8/19. Comput.r or payroll experience Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 Dealers Bonk. Mr. Howard ,
helpful but not Box 788. Lake Butler. FL. 496-2101. 2lchq 8/128/19.
INSURANCE necessary. Lok. Butler Apparel tin chg. 16.FOR. 1981 16' FISHER MARINE We are pleased to announce that we can now bring you the fine line
I 496-3601 Linda BASS BOAT And trailer. of energy-saving Carrier equipment. This outstanding selection of care-
MAINE INSURANCI AGENCY Trowel) Apply In Has 1981 Mercury Thurstee
person- SALE 1973 50 HP fully engineered heating and cooling products is available for homeor
160 S. Lake A".., Lak. no phon. calls please. trolling motor.
Butler. 496-3978. Complete Itchg 119.FORMING. 8 CHICKEN HOUSES located Johnson. 3000. Call business. Our highly trained personnel can advise you about
Insurance Service. TFN In Lake Butler. Good 4962364. 1 Itpd 819. the proper selection, give you professional estimates and
'lumber. 2X8's, 2X4's, SMALL UPRIGHT DEEP install Carrier
systems designed for
FOR RENT"PEWRlmRS THQ 4X4's, post and aluminum FREEZER 3.9 cubic foot. efficiency economy
k%,. roofing. Also' cog., Reasonable excellent con Call us for that next cooling, or cooling and heating job,

4 OFPICBgHOP feeders, water containers, dition. Frost free Frigldolre it's one more way to help save energy.
AND ADDING .tc. for capacity 45,000 refrigerator. Freezer
MACHINES FOR ?e W C.0.11IrN birds. Above to be salvaged acro. top. Call 4962105.
RENT Union County Tim., / and moved. For furth.r Itchg 8/19.

I 89 .SW,. Phon.2nd 496-2261 A"... Lak.for sir 496-2266 Information phon. day Carrier Energy Engineered Equipment that we offer:
or evenings
more Information. TFN 4962285. 2tchg 8/12 8/19. Classified Ads Room Air Conditioners, Central Residential Heating, Cooling

10/1. FRESH OKRA By bushel or Get ResultsHELP Humidifying and Air Cleaning Equipment.
1/2 bushel. Phon.
n 496-2160 from 9 a.m. until Commercial Units and Systems Heat pumps
BROOKLYN BAY 2 BR. 1 j COUNTRY 9 p.m. Picked dally Itchg

bath. Cyprett Lake BAND: TravelIng I 8/198/26. e Carrier
inniionnnno Energy Saving,Services that we offer:
house, A/C screened 1
porch. $49.500. Estimates Installation ServiceELECTRIC
HIGH RIDGf ESTATES bass 1 dobro steel I t SUPERVISOR

Lot 100x150. 1.150 guitar 1 fiddle call SEWING ROOM

MOBIU HOME PLUS 2 AC after 3 p.m. Must be able to effectively -
3 BR. 2 full baths.
496-3664. I

$27,000.SPRING own.r. financing. Garment Production manage factory Workers 20-30 ex-, HA YES &

LAKE 2 BR. 1
take house,
$32.500 HOME REMODELING 8. Steady work good a WANTED Lady to
benefits call for confidential
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REPAIR of all kinds. interview care for elderly man. AIR CONDITIONING
REALTY Room addition Free 496-3601. Lake Butler light housekeeping,
473-4961 Estimates. 473-2187 Apparel Co., Lake salary negotiable.

440 Keystone Lawrence Heights Blvd. I John Adams Builders. Butler Fla. 496-3197. 355 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fl. 964-8744

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t BINGO..AMERICAN OFFICE SPACSIacIng LAKE LOT on sand bottomed "U'N ,4 mm ,t MOH 3JIEOM D6xE
LEGION HALL. SR-21. Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto lake In Hlllcrest. $800 CLOSED \
CARPENTER WORK Andrews Also down $146.44 month.
Saturday.,7 p.m. Public In. Drugs. per
Remodeling work kitchen vited. 8/5 tfnchg several large offices for Phone 473-4058 or
cabinets,. and trimcarpenter. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSl rent In rear of building. 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 8/5 GIF1NG tEUIIUttSiJtES
R.a.onabloprlc. Clo..d facing Flamingo. Call tfnchg
Call 473-2477after
meetings Monday 8 p.m. 4733411.81 tfnchg. BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA
5:30: p.m 7/1 tfnchg. Open meetings Friday 8 STORE BUILDING!.OOOsq.ft. access lot. from $5,500
; CARPENTRY. AND MASONRY p.m. Alanon. Monday 8p.m. In front of Keystone Post $500 down $71.74 per _
f WORK Building patios All meetings at Office on Commercial Circle month. Discount on entire
addition., remodeling Educational Building, Community up to 3.000 sq.ft. 10 acres. One waterfrontlot.
homes and tile work. Free Church 473-2790 or suitable for auto repair, Call 4734375. 8/5
estimates. Phone 473-4473 475.2130.8/5 tfn chg. etc. Call 473-2149 or evenIngs tfnchg
during day. 7/1 tfn chg. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 4732014. tfnchg 8/5 CLEAN COMFORTABLE 90"
j WILL BABY SIT and/or light dues, fees or weigh- SPRING LAKE COTTAGEFur- gold sofa. Only $73. See at r
housekeeping after school In., open meetings Tuesday rushed 2BR. A/C. Year Monitor office or call
and weekends. Phone
round rental 200MO.. 473.2210.8/SHnchg
7:30 p.m.. St. Anne's AllGoats
659.2500.3tchg 8/19-9/2 Episcopal Church S200. deposit.2691917.tfnchg812 IIICYCUSeara3..peed man's
DAY CARE In my home, Heights. bike. Excellent condition
close to school five days 7 473-2790 Keystone 7/1 tfnchg. 3 BR, I BATH on Santa Fe $40.00. Call 473.2849.2tpd
a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone BINGO -lions Club across Lake, furnished from 8/19.26 Motors
473.7145.3tchg 8/19-9/2 from high school. Sept. to May. $250/Mo; BY OWNER 2 Lots In ,
HOUSE CLEANING service 4BR 1 Bath on Gotorbone beautiful Belmoro Creek ,
r Tuesdays, Early Bird 7
weekly or one time jobs.References. lake, Each lot I. "" )
p.m.! Regular. 7:30 p.m. CH/A carport Clay County. \ Trailers &.
: 475-1306 4tchg :
Public Invited. 8/5 tfn chg. $400/Mo: 3BR.2 Bath 3-acres. Lot I2A $13,000; .
8/19-9/10 mobllehome furnished off lot 13A15000. For more ,
CHILD CAREIn my home Hwy 18. CH/A $220/Mo; Information call offt ; '
Monday thru Friday. Excellent NOTICE 2BR 1 Bath furnished with 1-475-2197. Itpd 8/19 ;;; .Accessories'Used(
I core, wholesome Silver Lake access, CH/A, RESTAURANT type stainless
: meals.Call473-4262. Itchg CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING garage S250/Mo; Office sink 8ft. long with 3 sinks
i? 8/19 should be submitted to the space at Keystone Center and one draining counter.,
il lake Region Monitor officeIn 375 .q.ft.. 160Mo. $300 firm. Other
HELP writing and paid In advance KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REAL restaurant equipment.475.1602.ltpd .
unless cr.dlt I. TY. REALTOR473.4961.812tfnchg 819IPIECE 1 "
: WANTED ;: Boats
l already established with Bedroom suite; Includes \ j
: this office. MELROSE Furnished 1BR dresser headboard
RETIRED COUPLE for Monitor staff cannot beheld cabin. $100 mo. utilities Included boxsprlngs and Example I 14'' Fabuglas
management of local responsible for 4752807. Bpd 8/19 mattress, frame. Coll List Sale
business port time mistakes on classifieds 2BR HOUSE ON Lake 473-2048 8/19 w/5S. HP JohnsoA Reg *249SM
mobile home site when ad I. taken over the Johnson Furnished 1970 FORD XL Red Convertible. 12' Stumpnocker Std . .. .,.450" '31500 *
r available. Please call telephone.Classified. 175mo. Unfurnished Excellent condition 13' Stumpnocker Side seat.20" M34 1746"
473.3193.8tchg 7/1.8/19 deadline J Is 150mo. Call 4733281. $2195.00. Call 473-3905.: "
COOKS. WAITRESSES.DISHWASHERBarbecue. Tuesday noon prior to Itpd 819DOUBLEWIDEmobllehome Itpd 819GRAPESt 14' Stumpnock Thursday publication. Large scuppernongondmuscadine
= and family style Minimum charge Is IS 24x60 38R 2 Bath unfurnished grapes. 14' Stumpnocker Bass boat. 1550" 108500 w/90 HP Mercruiser Reg. Ml75"

,- restaurant.. Experiencepreferred. Call words for $2.75 then 10 In Keystone U-Pick. Easy picking. Open 14' Griff craft Deluxe. . .1495" 1046"
cents for each word Heights. S2SO/Mo; $250. every day. Lilly's Vineyard $83650
4732SSS.1tchg19 thereafter. security. First and last Florahome 12 miles east I 16' Griff craft Deluxe. . .2195'' 153610

no months children.rent.473.3905.Itpd No pets and of Hwy.Keystone 100. Ph.Heights 6392121.on 9.8 lIP Mercury Motor. . .137500962' 14' Terry Bass j

8/19 8/12 tfn 25 HP Mercury Motor. . .182300 1276tD w/35 HP Evinrude :Reg 1095" .

40 HP Mercury Motor. . 2464" 1724" 50
21 HP Mercury Thurster. . .495" '346" \
Steve BroadwayTREE
SERVICE August 21, B a.m. till--. 27' Sport Craft
Tools, furniture, cloth.,
w/twln 165 S Trailer Reg MO.OOO"
REALTOR* Removal kitchenware, books
Jewelry plants, toys, etc. Accessories $
JANE S. USHER, Trimming Melrose.Seminole Follow Ridge signs.Itpd Road 7,00000SKIS

Free Estimate 8/19 Lowrpnce., Reg. 239
3-FAMILY Thursday Friday $206"M.For !
Your Union County Realtor 473-4732 and Saturday at 01 Depth Finder S16730 .
S.W. Magnolia St.,
360 N. Main St.
After 5 P.M. Keystone Height. Itchg Hummingbird'Reg.. '350 Trucks Reg. '20O
-496-2126 496-2903 8/1*

FOR SALE Mr; orroHetghtiStnrlif FRIDAY-SATURDAY.4 p.m. Baby and household 8 a.m. Depth, Finder: $24500 Tool Box $ 140

lOCAl FARM: Approx. 28 acres section of Providence Items, clothes, TV, bicycle, Taper Flex 3 S Speclal'Reg.. II 130:: pr
i .9 M frame home with fireplace. Sits on highpoint .1II1I1Iel RBdfsarV1 etc. Also cold 'lemonade.21N *84V Reg. '225

t e* property. Nice barn with stalls and equip. SBBWCES OakhlllRd.to Gasllne Rd. left on' 4. SKIS, __ DOG BOX $ 15700
.... Fenced end cross fenced pasture and,crop I Taper Flex 200..Reg. '_235'' ea.
......Fronts 2 roods.Circle drive at entrance of home. :: _
Ideal (or hone farm or small crop farmer. SOME -
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FINANCING EARNED $24,000 last I Many More Items :
-Lerfe acreage available In Union County with fin. 41SoU1ZI' part time Taking applications year' J .
29 .a:300 acres for sola In Union County. Some 1.- for five
R'I.ertces have been reduced and financing' arranged to I.I I.I'I. For Information employees.call :Every itemtin, stock on sale, all items must go!
..*....asaiat'BaMaa '473-7373. Itchg 8/19
oatMraf frame home an I acre between Lake I J Repairs If .
wtter end Hatford off Sft-121 Illpl11Ne1 Sale starts Thursday, August 19, 1982

CM fashion typo hone, large with high ceilings, $Iratfftr i ,Classified Ads "Highway 301 3 Miles North of Starke 964-7662
with additional cor. 1
Vary amoeba bedroom home Get Results
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.: Color TV'sAntenna's FRIDAY Maternity ft and SATURDAY children ROOMS for rent at low : ruJiUt

""- clothes, motorcycle, needs ,e 3/4% MORTGAGEs Three EXTRA CHRISTMAS weekly rate*. Call Tempi BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete .SEWING MACHINES ar

: repairs, beds, furniture bedroom brick home near MONEYs Olan Mills hs 6 Motel 9647357. 2/18 EOW sharpening service, circular REPAIREDi All make {!

:: ; Spec. In rsc.vlngchonn.rs3o&47 19" color TV, misc. 932 Starke Country Club. Must Immediate opening for PALMS APARTMENTSi Fur. ,, hand, carbide cleaned oiled and ad REALTYPHONE
= telephone
: Raiford Rd: 8/19 Itpd have $10,000 down. call consultants. nlshed efficiencies and 1 chain,'mow.r blade hollow' justed. $15. Work
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: ::: 782-3577 RAIN OR SHINE AMF Radialarm 431-1044 or 964.6542.8/12 Morning available. Excellent evening shift. BR opts., weekly or mon ground and balanced. guaranteed. James Ms9

5oni7pm i 2'2 If" saw, Gibson upright 3tchg 826DISTINCTIVE for housewife opportunity thly. NEW FURNISHED Leave at Jackson Building Strickland, coMer Morgan
...: : freezer chain saw, stereo brick home to get STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple Ii
out of house. Also Supply In Starke, Keytsone Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg!
speakers, dishes, canning within walking distance of person. Ave., Starke. 3/11 1 tIp 9/02 Lake Butler 964-7776
with fuel
efficient Heights or .
FOR SALE ars. Too much to list. schools. 3 BR, 2 bath, family car or CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for I CKELIITERWIILEUH .
n motor bike for TFNchg 205 N. Starke
Come by and see. you room w/flreplace, sep delivery.. Must have light rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto ALCOHOLICS I NEED MONEY, you need Temple. ,
won't leave empty hand. dining room and living prison. Call 468-1323 clean home Let work
: :: :.FI".mD I! ALUMINUM lOOP Adult and childrens knowlege of surrounding 4/1 IfnMOIILE ANONYMOUS Phone low
9647514. 7/29
together. with
room, kitchen w/bar CH In BRADFORD VIllAS otter new concept In lifestyle
area..Apply to
: : :: COATING $29.95 5 person 964-5148 or 9647619.
per gal. clothes 215 W. HOMES FOR RENTi
and air. Comes w/washer. Mrs; Hodges at Best 4tchg 819I maintenance, charm comfort and ..uallty..ogeth.r with
; :: ;. Flbered Snow Whit. Washington Sot. Aug. 21. dryer stove andrefrigerator. Western mile from Stark. city TFchq I Will CLEAN HOUSES Any efficiency.

:.;: Mobil. Home Roof Coating Sun.. Aug. 22, 10 a.m. 6 Double beginning Mon limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. CHAIN LINK FENCE Install day of the week. For more energy
car day 23 after9 SPECIALS
;: : $34.95 5 gal. Stark. Aug. a.m. tIn
per 8/19 Itpd Call 468-1323. 4/1 ed. Free estimates. Handy.
p.m. Susieat
;::;: Paint C.nt.r 9648181. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES and whatnots garage, $450 mo. 908 W. (Please, no phone calls at TWO BEDROOM mobile Man Fence Co., owner Information contact Investment > seven apartments B. one cottage on 301,

:::;:. 4/15 tfnCHANNEL flowers. On Griffii Pratt call 964-6523, Mon- ,motel.) 8/19 2tchg 8/26 homes. Call 96<1-5261 or Tommy Reddish. 964,8559. 9644226.: 7/29 4tchg $75.000; Store on 301 $30.000; Home 321 Clark St. .

:;:;:- CATFISH finerllnt Loop, 1 V. mile aft.r' 2nd Frl, after 5:30 call PART-TIME: Evenings, salary 964-6112. 8/122tchg8/19 tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER 8/19 $25,000.

:';": by the million. Disease railroad crossing. Thurs 964-8843.8/19 Itchg plus car allowance. Supervise NICE ROOMS for rent. TV REPAIR Call PROFESSIONAL dressmaking Frame home, 1900.... ft. with detached garage- rental

:.:.: free, Patricks Fishing day. Friday Saturday. 8/14 young adults selling and air. $50 per week and the Office Shop. 110 W. have beautiful clothes home. '25 sq. ft. S trailer spaces (4 hook-ups) on 4

::::; Paradise. Tlston, Ga. Itpd HELPWANTED subscription to Fla. Tim. up. Wall to wall carpet. Call St., Starke, for details. made to fit just you. Call acres all for 71000.

: =.: (9125335045.) 8/5 4tchg 1304 PRATT ST.. Saratoga Union 9645165. 8/19 Call 964-9992, ask for 9645764. tfn 964-7600, ext. 261. 8/19 Neat 2 BR: frame home In town with screened front

: : 8/26 Hgts., Sat. Aug. 21, 8 o.m FLORIDA Itchg Hazel. 8/12 4tchg 9/2 GLASS CUT TO ORDER Itpd porch. Must see to appreciate, $24,000.
: : :-,GAS! FOR SALEi Grapes tel ? 8/19 ltpdTHURSSUN THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CARPENTER WORK Roofing Mobile home 12x65. 2 BR with family room added.

::.- Longneckers Farms, : 9-5. rain or $60 PER HUNDRED paid for Motor Starke route available In CH/A no pets, $200 per Doors, windows BUILDING SUPPLY etc.. painting. No lob to small. Home furniture, stove B refrlg., completely fenced lot
Must havedependable JACKSON
with mail from area.
:.:.; U-Pick. light and dark shine. (Inside) Lots of nice working month. 9647824. Itpd 8/12 Reasonable prices. Phone $22,500 terms or cash.

,:=:. take SR.26 2 miles East of school clothes, some fur. Home! Experience unnecessary transportation ,DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR 1 BA on 9646078. Orders olio Jerry 7823669. 8/19 2tchg $19,000 with $2,000 down 14% for 20 years mo. pay.
Information telephone, and be taken In lake BUtler,
: 301 at Orang. Heights. 1 nlture, odds A ends. 4 mi. able to cash bond one acre with access to 4 8/26 $21 1.40 stove, rerfrlg., no.urolgo..frame home on nice
post and
'; :. 3/4 miles North, see signs.Op.n South 100, look for sign acres. $250 per month. Call 496-3079 KeystoneHeights BABYSITTING In your own .
stamped envelope: J.S. deposit. Call 964.5165 or 473-4973. 2/26 tIn lot In city.Attractive
Man-Sat 86.
: Sunday 8/19 8/19 home 9647922.
Itpd 9646620. llchg any day Lake
726 apply at 1605 3 BR, 2 B brick home In Geneva
Associates, P.O. Box N. TempleAve.
: 2:30 to 6.30: 475-1151 SATURDAY 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, $250 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 8/19 Itchg ,

:':.:,. & 4732702. 8/12 4tchg 919 Wilson Rd., behind Elizabeth, N.J. 07207. 7/22 8/19 Itchg. __. per month, $150 1 security SERVICE: Bradford County FLUTE LESSONSi now accepting Eitalei. Fireplace large screened porch well garage landscaped storagebldg.
: F: IIMEROCK tank Stchg 8/21 residential ..fenced garden sprinkler system
: S.ptic hospital. 8/19 Itchg deposit. 9647423. 8/19 tfn pump-outs beginning, Intermediate
'- conr.t. rock, P-gravel; coquina SAT., B f Eight drawer LIVE-IN to take care of Invalid WANTED FOR RENT or For Sale. 3 $50. We also re-lay drain and advanced overlooking scenic pasture.

..:'.; hell building sands chest misc. Turn left Griffls man, $75 wk. Must bedroom mobile home, lines. Phone 964-8121. students for fall term. Colonial brick with bay windows on 1.7'acres, near
have Prefer Exp. $3',600 at ./, .. doubl.fireplace .
i:-, and top soil. Phon., loop, turn left SE let St.. car. women acre, garage, utility shed, 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL teacher with classical Country Club. Assum. mortgage
AXLES TIRES 2 axles + 4tires. jazz
ask for Lucille. value for
964-5855 (5.000.
: ft.
-: : 782-31T-J. AII.n Taylor, end back. ,opprox. 2353 sq. a superb
:, house on left totally electric, $200 mth. Car CleanIng
$100 and
,' 8/5 IfnRESPONSI.LE We pick-up, ; cont.mporarybackground. Just what need 20.14 acres, .secluded yet near
,:: Lowtey, Fla. 8/12 tfn 8/19 Itchg 622-5620 or 732.0808.8/19 Service Cleaned, you
; You $125. Olins call
deliver Please
:" :'GRAPES Larg. PERSON with town. 3 wells. 2 septic tanks, owner financing.New .
: : scupp.rnongondmuscadin. tfn
; washed vacuumed,
Mobile Home Sales
needed Hwy. 964.7391 Macs Music
common sense brick home Sterke Golf ft Country Club.
large, ,
:;:::, grapes.UPlck. 2 ROOM efficiency, furnished sanitized and d.odorlz.d.S7.00 .
Lake Beach area. Turn off 100 W Stark. 964-5606.
Job Included merchandise Starke
Shop), to inquire. and
: easy picking. Op.nv.ry monthly 782-3458. 8/19 and Huge family room with fireplace the best designer
100 C.18 between TFchgTO pick-up
Hwy. display snack-bar set-up. 8/19 tfnCABINETS In 3 BR, 2 baths 2 car ,
,:-: day, Lilly's Vineyard Itchg roomiest closets town. garage
railroad tracks and Camp control BUY OR LEASE: Minimumone delivered or your place.
) Inventory CARPENTRY
:: : .. Florahom. 12 miles east lot.
: : 2 BEDROOM furnishedmobile extras, corner
2-3 BR house Call 964-7226. ask for Den many
Montgomery, Saturday miscellaneous office work. yr.. on Trim
5 ;-:- of Keystone Heights on home on Grill carpenter hanging Beautiful brick home with 1 ac..appro 2100 sq. ft.ft
14, 9-4, offices and snack 1 V. 4 acre tillable land. nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY
Aug. Bargains cleaning
doors additions -
?.;.: Hwy. 100. Phone 6592121. Loop. $120 month plus$100 remodeling, $51.500 aisum. mortg. at 11'/%
Also need sized
Galore) I 8/12 bar, etc. Monday thru Fri. good HAIRDESIGNERS
>.:;:' 8/I2tfn. deposit. 964-8704. 8/19 :20 yrs. experience, * * * *
: ; = 'WESTERN SHOW SADDLE day. Waldo Flea Market storage area, minimum 964.8238.8/19 Itchg
20'x20'. Anywhere In
4682255. Itchg 8/12 144 W. Call St.
TM- Handmade come see at MOBILEHOMES Paramedics. No late Stark. area. Preferably MOBILE HOME) on Griffis Will BABYSIT after school Imagine! $20,000 CASH coxy Crosby lake Canal
'- :-;* 108 E. Call St. 8/19 Itchg shifts full-time work near between Starke and Loop just south of old 964-7303 Hampton School area, home, completely furnished Including TV, refrlg.. stove
2 FLAT BED Trailers, one 20 Hornsbee farm house. Open 4682711. 8/19
C : Itchg 2 metal outbuildings -
lawtey. Write Box Holder freeur. boat 4 motor. riding mower
ft for $600 and 12 ft. FOR SALE Raiford. Call manag.r.9o.c.4311o.c4. T.W.&F. 9 til 5:30
: ; on. New Carpet thru-out. LOCKSMITHBURGLARALARMS
-: fora
of fruit room
8/12 4tchg Rt. 3, Box 944-C Callahan a variety trees many
:- : for If Interested Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM
$425. Available 22, .
:;" Fla. 32011. 8/12 3tpd 8/26 Aug. no pets. : 24 Hrs Service. garden 21 chickens!
,. ::: please call 9645882. 8/19 9/2 Sat. 9 AM Ill 3 PM
: Phan.4682374.8191tchgI 9645849. 1520 South
fc*. :, 12 x 45 MOBILE HOME with RN OR LPNi Tired of hospital YARD WORK WANTED: Klngsley Lake. Brick duplex 1600 sq. ft. approx. 90'on
2tpd 826BEAUTIFUL : BEDROOM house in AppointmentsNot
coun Walnut St., ot the Outfit
free Call
;tl :: velvet sofa, 2 12 x 25 front room addition schedules? Schedule your Mowing for est. 3 trailer lots in water some financing.
: Always NecessaryClassified
.. try. country ters. 5/13 tfnUNION
hours. Health evaluations 9645963. 8/19 Itpd lake. Beautiful view, one of the finesthome
with & own Hampton
t:i: : stylish arm choirs, swing fireplace extras on private. 964-6365.: 8/19 1
::-.:: set, call 9645483. 8/19 2 1/2 acres off 301 N. ofStork. for life Insurance applicants. OUTBOARD MOTOR long Itpd Ads on the lake.. 152900. $75.000 down owner financing -

.. Ideal part-time shaft 40 hp or larger. for qualified buyer.
::/: 2tpd 826.SAXAPHONE 9645449. 7/22 KITCHENETTES sleepingrooms
for Starke nurse not Reasonable, Ph. 964-8282. Get Results COUNTY at 12'/.% for well
".:;-. : Alto, 4tchg 8/14 |lob TV, air condition. Lake Bedford. Owner financing

t Yamaha, with software, 24x60 Doublewide Mobile working full-time. Call BABYSITTER 8/19 Itpd Needed for 6 Furnished. Weekly, Under TIMES maintained home. Sales price reduced to $55.000 with
((904)396-5880.) 8/12 2tchg
mint condition. 9645454. Home with 4 tn air condi- old child. Hour II wood Motel, Hwy 301 N. 496-2261 $20,000 down payment.
8/19 2tchg 8/26 tioning unit. $2,500 down 8/19 yr. p.m. 8/19 IfnEFFICIENCYs Lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS .7 a.m. 5 day a week. Apply -
I .'". BULK TANK. 8 tons, excellent and take over payments local In 310 Call St., Small furnishedapartment Custam built home. little Lk. Santa f. 2 Ac110000.
condition, complete Manage your area person with LAKE REGION BUY NOW B PROFIT LATER
$195.80 month. 12
; per yrs. Commercial 9 a.m. till 11 a.m. 8/19
:' 4" auger & motor. $500. owelng. 964-7359 calling,on full or part-time.accounts Itchg refrigerator, Includes most MONITOR Beautifully wooded lots 45 Geneva Creek. Appros.

: 9648613. Itchg 8/19 utilities. From $80 to $120 $15.000 or $21,000 both.
964-6018.8/12 tfn 14952639. 8/12 2tchg WANTED Pasture to rent 473-2210 1 Ac. each. Emery Lane. ea.

-. FARMALL A TRACTOR andsome MOBILE HOME. 12x60. 8/19 suitable for cattle any per month. Inquire at larg.gr.y Keystone H.lght..lo', II, If, 20 on Point View Rd. ft J

:; equipment.-Can-be 964-7611.8/19 tIn LIVE-IN to take care of Invalid amount J.L. Gladwell house, 208 N. Cherry Jasmine A".. overlooking Keystone Lake $6400 cash.

seen at Carlton Crafts on 964-8613.8/19 1 SI.8/191tchg BRADFORD /PBT9\ 40 acres of prime Bradford County farm property -
12x40 MOBIL HOME: man $75 wk. Must Itchg .4s S s-- .. .
the corner of 301 N. and :3 WCTT/ IAflflIO'master Rd.
:.' $3,000, call 7823278. 8/19 drive car. Prefer woman. MC 'N1Y In the heart of the Strawberry County. 225.
Morgan Rd. 8/19 Itpd BR, den, withfireplace with trees; azaleas and beautiful
Itcha 964-5855 ask for Lucille.8l2tfn BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES TELEGRAPH Neat CB home pecan
REG. 3 YR. Gelding. See and separate dining lawn, first time offered.
rid. to appreciate. Started room and living room. 9645305Classified
CARS INFORMATION ON Cruise City water ft .sewer four lota $5,000 per lot.
on barrel $1,000. large kitchen with bar and
Great Income Rd 3 2 BA CH/A.
Ship Jobs Bessent : BR
: 9646068. 8/19 Itchg dishwasher, hugh shadedlot
: TRUCKSJEEPS all In 3 BR, CH/A. Approx 1500
"" VELVET SOFAi beiie sofaS potential occupations.Call OWN YOUR OWN Jean- with plenty of pecan Owner Financing lawtey

_S with blue and brown floralpattern 3127419780. Dept. Sportswear Infant. .r.... $350 plus deposit, byappolntm.n. Ads aaj. ft. Stucco on I oc. pv'd. driveway garage.
In condition Government 2120. Call Refundable. Preteen or ladle Apparel 782-3741 ./." Ac. on Porsythe Rd. 14x40 MH. metal barn pecan.
: new Surplus. Listed for $3,196. 8/12 2tpd 819APPLICATIONS Store. Offering all nationally 5/27 tfn Get Results peach apple trees. Grapevine. $31.000.
= $350. Beauty-Rest queensize
Sold for $44. For Info. ore now being known brand Lk. Homesltes. $4.900.
.: box springs and mattress RENT TO OWN A New Lots 43 ft 45 Cypress St. Crystal
": $150; french provincial ((312)931.1961.) ext. 2729. excepted for RNs. such a* Jordache, Chic Baldwin Piano of your Commercial Lot with 120 ft. on US301. Good buylGeneva

5' 4 drawer chest $50. 7/224tpd8/12 Shifts avail. 3 p.m. to 11 Lee, L.vi.) Vanderbilt, choice. Parromore Music Lake Estates- wooded '/. ac. lots, terms. Clean

Call 964-8843 after 6 p.m.1S .41 PONTIAC EX $300 runs p.m.; 11 p.m. tela.m. Call Calvin Klein,' Wranglerover 9047326776. Ocala. neighborhood' w/rolllng hills. Tennis courts.
call 964-8134. 8/19 viI.
good 904.496.2323 or apply other brand
8/19 Itchg 200 3 BR. I BATH, Inside city, ud Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park

:: FOR SALE As an Investment Itpd DODGE Sixcylinder Union General Hospital $7,900 to $16,500 Include near schools. $325 month, .5 Acres near Hampton. Well. elec. pole, septic tank,

;: or to live In. 2 large BR fur- 1971 price pick-up.: $950, call 850 Butler E., Fla.Main Between St., 8a.m.ft lake. beginning for one Inventory to Fashion, airfare by appointment only, 9 .4 71 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.

t nished apartment, 8/19 '964-8299 day or 9647071evenings. .40 Acres New River. High and rolling.
: 964.5119.8/12 2tchg 8/19 8/26
4 p.m. 2tchg Center, training fixtures, lJ/
and downstairs.Each lSOt{ 7/15 tfn
upstairs Trucks $
l:; CARS $2001 PART-TIME short time. Sell "
grand opening promo 404 N. CHERRY ST., Furnished Realtor'Old
1 hal living -
:; separate Available at local Govt. p p a -
gifts tions. Call Mr.
toys AbsolutelyNo
:: kitchen' stove, large 2 BR apartment
'S room sales. Call refundable, Fun Lawtey P.O.
decorations. lob Party ((612)8351304.819I1pdMotorcycle)
electric with stove
refrlg.i carpet 1-714-569-0241 ext. 5121 Plan. Free kit no collec REWARD $$12,000 DWM.H. on 1

:&: meter and .)NQter heater., 'for'directory' that shows ting. 9646279. 8/19 Itpd r.frigerator.$185 per mo.. ac. $26,500 e 6 ac. Desperately needto New 1982

::: Each apartment"" can berented you how to purchase. 24 GRANDMOTHER needed to plus $100 deposit. Call LOST $10,500 Owner fin. on purchase 2 acres Mobil Homes at Factory

:T' :'i for $185 monthly.i hrs. 8/12 3tpd 8/26 assist In care of 964-8944.8/19 Itchg SMALL BEAGLE In vicini. all. Invoice Prices.
i; Asking$37,500$7,500 will:, and my 197B SUZUKI 100 2300 TRAILERi 2 bedrooms, I1/, Creek or less of cheap Doubles 8
; ''SURPLUS JEEPS Cars children 12 mths ft 4 ty of Alligator COMMERCIAL Singles
;;; ,'finance 'It;. ;.malned 'at'. trucks available, many sell Must ages be wellspoken mile*. $495. Call 473-2214. both, furnished 1 large lot Ranch Hwy 301 S. RESIDENTIAL land in Bradford 9 available from North

'* 1'A% Call 964. tchg for under $200. Call yrs.active enjoy reading to 5/20 fin behind kids.Underwood 8/5 tfn Motel Answers to name of ACREAGE County. Call Brad Florida dealers lot. Bank

&- 8/19 312-742-1143 ext. 609 for children an posses lots of no "Tipple." Tattooed In collect. references. Delivery ar
PAUSED ALUMINUM PLATES Information on how to pur. love. Transportation not FOR RENT I ROOM ear 6598. Family pet 904/782-3931 ranged. Cash or your
renovated. Immaculate
'.}/". 24x36", 25 cents .ach. Used chase. 8/l24tpd EOW9/23 necessary Call Ann Newly 944-7512 or '".5195. 904 I 782-383B HOME 3059230220._ financing. A one-time opportunity .

:'%:: ', In printing, newspaper. 196B FORD pick-up. $550. Sponholtz of 4733756.. 3 BR TRAILER, en quiet shaded for elderly conv.nl.ntlylocated coupleat P.O. Drawer "M" *- -_- -_ none reserved.

:j' ,Gr.at"f T"Bradford minor''County repairS phone 964-40232 Continental Itpd 8/19 8/19 Itchg lot In Lewtey. Furnished S 571 W. Call St., $225 per p p 301 S. LawteyIKE'S P.O. Box 1211
2 betfia air conditioned Perry Fl. 32347
'mth'; 1
Telegraph. '".6305. rtn. 4"door. excellent conditIon mechanized year STARKEROTARY TRAIL
S Sill Ph,9045842o.cSHELP
; S CARPET. NEW I USEDI Fur, .. New tires, brakes, .equip. Apply Monday. month carpet.$50 security. per No 9646491. tfn RESTAURANT

nlture & appliances. alternator, new battery Thursday 1.3 p.m. or by pets. Call 782-3294 SAW

;::5_ Plumb. fixtures and pipes. and lots of other new appointment. Call 7823332. 8/19 Itpd er r CLUB & MOWER SHOPS. US-301 N. Lawtey
:;: BARGAIN CENTER US-301 Items. Asking $850. must '904-752-791 ext.240. Aero SPECIALS *
: 'So., 9646679. 2/5 tfn sell. Call 473-2736. '8/19 Corporation lake City Airport needs Spinet type ( Walnut-Acros from frl. Sat, ft Sun WANTEDOn
HOME PARK mobile homesand
:. Shuford Chevron)
: Itchg S Lake City Fla. 32055 pay
for rent. chicken farm must
t : HOUSI 301 South 1978 FORD Econollne Conversion EEO/M/F Handicap. 8/19 Recreational spaces vehicle & move>Call SALES A SERVICE > w/meat sauce, .

:;: 964-6740. We buy and sell Van. 4 Copts, ItchgMISCELLANEOUS welcome. Phone 468-2912. ? 964-7910 orS Chain Saw t LawnMowers garlic bread tossed be experienced.p64.8454

:'.: used furniture and ap chairs, couch/bed. Icebox, TFchg salad. Adults, $3}
:- pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED sink AC/PS beautiful con Use Your Home 9U.55U.VACUUM. Children $2.
t: TVSi Colors ,dition 9648740. 8/19 Itpd .
BA on Crosby Lake. Par Equity. We make .
:;: starting at $100.00. 74 AMC PACER PCS. A/C furnished. One IKE'S SAW Fresh Mullet cole slaw
:;-; Trade-In'welcome. Phone 58,000 actual miles. Clean yr* 1st & 2nd Mtgs. & MOWER SHOPBehind hush baked. Well
Puppies. and kittens. lease. $225 per mo.Welgel puppies
t 9648212. 6/11 tfn MOBILE HOME
: Inside and out. con Call for ( Powell' Diary beans. Adults $3.25
964-6692.1/19 Itpd Realty Inc..2825201.128tfn us a quote ; Drilling
:-; FIREWOOD White oak andpine. dition. Need to sell! rOLES

t: $5 per truckload; 1200. 7823307. 8/19 PORTABLE CEMENT MIXER 964-5010 SERVICE Freeze) Children $2.25. . . . . .
,: Oak 4x4', $30 half cord. Itchg Remington auto shotgun LARGE 4 BR country home"lnLawtey 100 AMP 2" thru 6"I
Mallbu. Nice big kitchen Chain Saw BS Frosted Mugs pf Ir'I II I
.::: Call Sunshine Acre, 1975 DATSUN SW air condition 73 Chevy stainless dish ft M 60.00 I Lawn Mower .... .-. ... ... .... Fast Rotaryjjnuing
with washer stove S
tools. .250 gal. .
y 964.7699, or come out between gas saver call .
...:: 9:30: a.m. and 2:30: 496-2297.8/19I1pd steel tank, 74 Old.Cutless, refrlg., 1 bath large rooms 200 i I AMP qUlp.

:.;; p.m. and well load for misc. starters, generators, and nice enclosed front & Compare!! 750.00 I State LicensedJPxatfixpJV
you. 1/28 tfn 19SO CHEVY Chevette. 4 alienator, many other car porch big yard. no pet. I Call Anytimt I ATTENTION .. 10.. . . . t tI
:_: CHICKEN HOUSES located door. AC 4 speed assume .. 964-8238. 8/19 tchg $275 month. $50 security. Special Insurance for

lake Fla. Good payments, 9648494. tchg Parks 468-1117: Waldo
;:; at Butler 782-3296,782-3332. Mobile Home

::::7; lumber 2x8', 2x4'1. 4x4 ,8/19 S'- ___ f homeowners Serious Job Seekers 1 . ..41.New . .'. .
= = : ; ------- --- AH tyPes -
post and aluminum roofIng f &: Used
=y: feeders policies for Would you like to set your own hours with practically:
:: also cages, -
EncoreI limit on earnings and have vocation as desired? If Salesepartse5ervice!
: waterer, curtains. etc. For
=: homes.
S capacity of 4,500 chicken HOMES t1noJ '0, then why not conveniently work with us sor I E-Z termsJPltu&bing

::;:; The above to be salvaged FOR SALE I I. having a /O-off Bat*. Call for Quote *,, SALENEW ting/bundling mail. Receive work and payment by . . . ,.

:: and moved. For Informo- Everything In the store will be 2OX off Mon : Olln's Mobile mail. Start Immediately! For Information, a self-
S addressed stomped envelope a..u\ a prompt reply.
call '
496-2266 &
jg tlon day USED
23 from 1:00 til 3:00 !MI' Sales 'I l .7.,1 . . .
night 54-2285.,8/12 2tchg FOUR BEDROOM. 2 baths, day, August Home OwnS S Mall Marketing Services. P.O. Bon 2590.; Ocala 4
Finance Our
We -
: 8/19 den, workshop. garden _f_ ----- -___ Elaine M. OHn Agent KIRBYS : Florida 92671. New Installation

; BEAUTY SHOP 240 sq. ft., area. lots of pecan trees. 'Remodeling Repairs

must be moved. $3,000. Coot shady quiet. u-- 95456O5WANTED ROYALS fJUssmssssssssstfsfsssfSsssststs: f, '

.: 473-4790.8/12 2tchg $46,000. Phon. 9645610. BANKRUPTCY AUCTION S EUREKAS DJ

6/10 chg.
: PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS "-t; '. ,. .. . . .
bath home to be moved off : GarageHwy -FILTER QUEENS ( S .PUMP&

YARD SALE let. Asking $16,000. 21NUlroB. Fla. : ,. SEARS SUFSPLY

E: Perfect lake home Saturday Aug. 21 '. 10 a.m. Cash Available ..I ,COMMERCIAl, 1-2 A 3 Bedroom Apt!., K" COMPANY !

E t HOUSE OF BARGAINS: !S.- 964-6359.7/29 4tchg 8/19 We'repair #JJ 7 makes "' 5 .
297" ,
; Ing I* Believing! 212 Cell IY OWNER 3 bdrm 1 ath. Four wreckers, 63 Diamond Reo W. Buy 1st ft 2nd A150IlI' .. 'or'!.Jr': ". : .
.-' SI., 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. LR. den eat-In kit.. Diesel. '65 International '69 Ford. 71 CMC 'tgl. Call us for a Al! Voting'sSJncaA997 'f ." 8 ... : \.

::::. :Yell come aee u* et our' Mother-in-law or guest 15 cart & trucks for parts., Scrap metal 1530 W. Madison' S Tm,4eAve.

''RIDA new y.location.20 3/litfn house.. 100'ltO lake lot. tools jacks. 400' OP WOODEN FENCI. quot. 964-6918 __ Phone 964-6312. ..,. ",'Starke FL
::! Aug. on Geiger Cypress Ave Crystal S '0 ; S f. P .,. .
S1 Rd.. off of Colley Rd.. past Homesltes., Price firm For brochure or Information contact Ran 964.5010 Sf5SSfSSSSJ'SSSSiSSStSSSfffff1.....-, .', ... t. * \* *fij *> *> S _

; Southslde School. Household $34.000. 964-7187 after 9 dall Campbell. Campbell Auction Servtca; S 'I MRYrtk et __ __ ,__-----.L.' : ., .'. .!i J4..7MI
and 9 .Stark* M US; H1Pt. --
Items clothing. -
p.m. and weekends. Lake 473-703f. .. .. J \
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Frompageeix Henery Paul McClellan, 51, of Car Flips, ?'1, .,.
Starke was southbound onUS301,
Traffic AccidentIn driving a 1976 Plymouth August 15. In AccidentA
The vehicle left the roadway,jumped 1982, Datsun and 'a 1971
The AreaA the curb, and struck a utility pole on Volkswagen were htotalled when the
car burning on the side of the roadon the west side of the highway.The driver of the Dat"apparently fell w; : +yriL
CR-225 east of Lawtey at 12:19 a.m., driver said he had blacked out asleep at the wheel August 18 on '
on August 12 brought out the Lawtey 'and knew nothing as to >>pen- Madison Street in Starke. '
volunteer and Lawtey- Correctional ed until the vehicle was stop, according Walter B. ',(Buddy) McRae' 33, of I iiI rMr
fire departments. to Patolman Jerry Miller. Starke, was eastbound on Madison {
According to Deputy Sammy Dorothy McClellan, a passenger, Street, driving a J982 Datsun. The
Eunice the 1973 Pontiac belonging to was'' taken to Bradford County vehicle went to the right arid struck a '
Jackelyn Brown of Lawtey was left on Hospital by a private vehide/'where parked VW. the Datsun then flippedover
the road earlier when it stopped runn- she was treated and released. 1V4 times and then came to rest
Damage ,to the Plymouth was on the front of a,second( parked car,,a
ing.Clay -
County deputies investigatedthe $2,000. 1973 Ford. Y
fire. Joan McSpadden of Lake Butler
McRae was treated and released f
Alice Johnson Coleman of Starke license was cited and for violation having of no the valid right driver's from Bradford County. Hospital for !
away minor mM
driving a 1973 Ford was backing out of in an accident August 18. injuries.
parking space, failed to a parked driving a 1970 According to Patrolman Steve _.. waur
vehicle and. struck it on the left rear Chevrolet pickup was turning east Backus,McRae was cited for careless ..
August 14.Damage from SW 12 Ave.onto CR-238,failed to driving. :
to the parked 1977 Damage to the Ford was $500. The ,.. .
yield the right of A 1976 Buick
Chrysler was $200. There was no way. Datsun was listed as,totaled, $7,000.. _....;.w&M30MU&i .'a+i1t .. .akMtnDemolition n: '
damage to the Ford, according to slid sideways tryingtoavotdacollision The VW was also listed as totaled,
Patrolman David Crum. and went into the di rh. 1000. Derby?????


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