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: September 2, 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>.
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_ OF FLA. MISTORYLackluster


I Campaign May End with. Mediocre Vote Tuesday ''i'iII

there has ever been a more Three School Board seats are up for quieter, behind the scenes campaign._ Orange Park,. and Middleburg mediate, is the tight money situationthe With 7,954 voters registered for the
lackluster election in these parts, grabs: District 1, 2-term incumbent Question is does an unknown from newspaper publisher Jack!Mills. ,
local watchers cannot Arthur Gaskins Is turnout would mean that 4,454
political challenged by '
outside the county and a school The line is US-301 except In
dividing have been held the
remember It
when. school teacher Judy Becker: In voters will go to the polls Monday.
With the election set Tuesday, Sept. District 2 two-term incumbent teacher and a woman stand a chance Starke where the line leaves 301 and same as this year with only 7 percentin further means that 2,230-votes would
against a Bradford native, a two term follows the eastern city limits back to raises added to the
7, for county and state offices there Is Patricia Spengler Is challenged by pay win a two-man race.
incumbent, and a man? i 301. The west of the is in million
very little,action goin on. Even the veteran educator Ted Oglesby and part county county budget Having used Local 01'state senate
"big" Democratic political speaking prison employee Maxie Reddish. In Both Mrs. Becker and Gaskins hopeto Dist 13 where Rep. George' Crady, $200,000 in carryover funds earned by candidates supporters Jim Crews and Bill Grant
failed to win Tuesday. In fact, it's Impossible D-Yulee, is unopposed and not onTuesday's Interest payments, the commissionhas
Saturday night produce any District 5 two-term Incumbent J.T. say the two are still the main con-
to talk to a candidate who doesn't ballot. Thus, some 7,000 placed a freeze on hiring. Clerk
fireworks. Parrish, current school board chair- tenders for the Dist:5 post vacated by
Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn is man, is challenged by educator Jerry think, at this point, he has a good Bradford residents are left in Dist 21, Gib Brown says he doesn't know Sen. Pete Skinner who is running
sticking by her prediction of a 56 per Lawson, who once ran against Supt. chance to win. It's looking good, ail the other 14,000 in Dist. 13. where any increase will come from against Rep Don Fuqua for the U.S. :
cent turnout, low for Bradford which Tom Casey. next year. House.
has voted up to 80 percent Mrs.Flynnis Incumbents are playing It quiet, say.One change in this election Is the Santa Fe Swamp Mining Millage is already at 9.43, with Grant president of the Bank of :
hoping for better than 56 percent. close to vest, fearful to say much lest division of the county by the State Is Biggest Campaign Issue slightly over Mt-mill to go before Madison, is for strict law enforce- I
"We'd better not do any worse!" she they needlessly alienate some voter. Legislature which reapportioned Though it's not an overriding issueat reaching the 10-mill cap set by the ment, protection of the environment,
says, horrified at the thought. Challengers, on the other hand, Bradford County in half, an attempt, this point in time, the proposed state. Homestead exemption losses to for development of foreign markets
County races to be decided Tuesday have a freer hand. In some way, they it is said, to beat District 21 incum peat mining of the Santa Fe Swamp the tax roll will cost the county some for Florida agricultural products and
are; have to become familiar names to the bent Rep. Frank Williams, D-Crystal by Georgia-Pacific is the most-talked $115,000 in tax revenue next year The opposes abortion on demand and gun j
County Commission: District 2, one public. For Instance math teacher Lake, bv dividing his strength. about item, the politicians say. /i-mill will make some $75,000 of control
term incumbent E.L. (Nook) Normanis Judy Becker, trying to unseat Incum- Dividing line leaves the eastern'half Less talked about is the funding of that. up crews said he is 'an environmentalist
challenged by his neighbor, DuPont bent Arthur Gaskins for the District 1 of the county, excluding Starke, in the volunteer fire departments, opposes phosphate mining in
retiree lea Whitehead. In District 4 school board seat, had a Kiddie Korps Dist. 21 where Rep. Williams is although the firemen say they won't Question for the county commission the Osceola Forest but thinks that is a
three-term incumbent E.W. Hodges is out working at Bradford Square for challenged by Clay County Commissioner quit until they get increase funding. candidates is, should services be cut strong Industry in other places.
in a tight race with challenger Brad- two hours Saturday morning Lee Drawdy, popular in Even less talked about, but more or taxes raised to the 10-mill limit Crews says he runs a quiet, behind
ford Abstract owner Bill Alderman) Gaskins, in contrast Is running a Orange Park; Jerry Johnson of Important, and perhaps more im- next year. the scenes door to door campaign

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l04th Year AKKE. FLORIDA Cents copy
5th Issue Thursday, September 2, 19K2 USPS 062-700
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"It's going to take some planning to Dewey McKinney and Food Service meeting of a proposed additionof
work out a way to feed 825 students in Supervisor Delores Morgan.But a kitchen to the serving room. The
The First Day... one hour and 15 minutes," said Brad- it was a proud day for the plan entailed moving the EMR and
A few wrinkles remained to be ford Middle School principal Dewey school officials and school board TMR classes to a new portable
worked out after middle school McKinney. members Patricia Spengler, J.T. classroom.
students used their brand new Students stood in a waiting line 75 Parrish, and J.R. (Jim) Lawson who
cafeteria for the first time Monday. yards long to be served as two serversin have worked nearly two years to Supt. Tom Casey took up the idea,
Shown above observing the operation r the cafeteria worked as fast as they make a middle school cafeteria possible got the ball rolling, and guided the
could to dish up French fries and in the first place. project into a reality with local
Monday are Principal Dewey I
McKinney, School board members ,hamburgers the traditional opening The three accepted McKinney's offer capital outlay funds which finally
J.T. Parrish, Patricia Spengler, and I day fair at local schools. The money to dine at the new cafeteria on its reached nearly $70,000. Other school
J.R. (Jim) Lawson, Food Service changing lines were slow, and it took first day.A board members also pushed for the
: Supervisor Delores Morgan, and too much time for students to operate cafeteria was not originally on project, done with local labor.
; a..lftt nt principal Bill McRae talk 'drink machines the list of approved projects on which
Our the problems of the long waiting tI 'j .. 'Ain't nothing do but feed them" state funds could be spent; Despite "lie really has done a lot of work on J
".- ,. lin' "*" .." ; ,a.a+ GMs wows said..feOubtiih pean .as'she handedout that Mrs. Spengler) persistently pushed it," School Board Chairman J.T. Par. '
I v hamburgers with the long. long for a BMS cafeteria. rash says of Supt. Casey. Parrish, a
r line waiting Then about a year and a half ago, former building contractor, workedon
I vw ;f Plans are to have two serving linesto Board Member Lawson presented a the project with Lawson from the
i : c speed things up, said Principalches scrawled drawing at the a school start.

I I Candidates Stress Positives, Ignore Controversial Issues in Democratic RallyThe I

Democrats decided they must of your tax dollars and still managedto favor of a Volunteer Fire Departmentwe are lowest in the state and the ago I can stand on my record" said brought out by Parrish, the construc-
be doing something right Saturday pave Crawford Rd. and Flume can afford. transportation is the best we have had Spengler. People should be informedand tion of the cafeterias, locker room at
evening when the rain stopped for Rd. Norman said he believes in a in a long time. Buses are inspected should ask questions which she BUS the added TMR and EMR roomsat
their rally at 7 and even though tight budget. -School Board Member regularly and there are five new said she had done. Spengler said she BMS. All the construction was doneas
threatened with lightning all eveningthe -District One- diesels. "No employee can say Ihaven't has worked for fair and even fundingand state funds were available no local
BHS stadium was dry. Leslie Whitehead- Whitehead said Becker-"I want to work with been fair with them." has made it a practice to visit the funds were used. Here we have the
Approximately 400 people were on he can give all the time necessary for Judy to our schools," said schools in the system. "I have done best pupil-teacher ratio in the state.
hand to hear the candidates share the job and was opposed to the mining you Becker. improve As teacher in Bradford -District Two- the best job I know how to do for eight "I have no campaign endorsement, I
their views and ask for the support of of the Santa Fe. "It is time for a Becker said she had taught in Ted Oglesby-"I have the ability to years and I stand on my record," said stand on my record and I desire to
Bradford County. The 5th Senatorial change for the better" said County building that leaked worse after be- get things done," said Oglesby. He Spengler. serve you"said Parrish.
District State Senator seat for elec- Whitehead. He feels the should a
up county patched had listened to children pointed out the Federal funding he
ing ,
tion has six candidates all help maintain the parks for the kids complain about not having a textbook had secured for equipment and shop -District Five-
represented at the rally and most and he feels culverts and ditches are and about the restrooms at their buildings during his time as directorof Jerry Lawson-"I promise an open -State RepresentativeLee .
standing up as being opposed to the the pressing problem in Bradford schools. After attending school board the Vo-Tech. According to Oglesby, mind and will be available to all the Drawdy-"We seem to give \1
peat mining of the Santa Fe swamp County meeting as a tax payer she feels we "I will be working for you." people, I plan to represent you. more rights to the prisoner than to the 1
and saving our clean water In north are not getting our moneys worth Nothing personal against my opponent corrections officer and I will work to
Florida; -District Four- from our school board members. She Maxie Reddish-"Although not a but he is not doing his job," said do something about the load prison
Most of the candidates were In W. R. (Bill) Alderman "Much is willing to give up her job in order to teacher I believe in education, if Lawson. Further emphasized by puts on our court system in Bradford
favor of safe issues such as improvingthe needs to be done now and in the future serve on the school board. elected I will work with the school Lawson was he felt education in this County," said Drawdy. He said he
criminal justice system and for the roads and drainage in Brad- board, teachers, and administrationto county can be improved. Where will represent all of the district and I
punishing the criminal. ford County. With the expected future Arthur Gaskins-Gaskins pointedout make this a more effective children study has 100 percent to do has the abiltiy to be effective. feel
The talk in the stands was for growth the county cannot continue to the improvements made in the system," said Reddish.Pat with their learning ability, all schoolsin this rally is important enough for me
capital punishment and for not minIng support the roads," said Alderman. school system during his eight yearson the system leak, said Lawson.J. to be here and not at another func-
the swamp. A few very vocal He has no intention of taking a standIn the board. He said test scores are Spengler-"I feel a candidate
Democrats all but booed when one of the Santa Fe peat mining issue, he better than they have been in 15 should stand on their record and after T. Parrish-The positive side of (See Rally.... P.3A)
the candidates for county commissioner will make a decision when all the years.' The principals have the looking at my notes from eight years education in Bradford County was
said he hadn't decided if he
facts are In. For centuries to come the
authority to solve their discipline -
was for or against the mining. problem will be here and we must pro-
blems with students. The school lun-
Here are a few remaran uv each assess all the facts before making a School One of Smoothest I IIJ
candidate or their representative: decision." Opening .....

E. W. Hodges "God created that Political SpeakingSet One of the smoothest openings in their records and only 20 students still
-For County Commisioner- swamp for a purpose and I hope we Bradford County in years, with a total had immunization problems at the
-District 2- keep it for the purpose of which it was TheressaFried of 3,783 students enrolled in public middle school. Students that did not
E. L. (Nook) Norman "I promised created, I am opposed to the mining at schools, is reported by local have their records were kept isolated
you I would look after your dollars of it," said Hodges. Only the large fish, hushpuppies, and educators after three days of classes from the rest of the students until
and I have. We have saved thousandsSATURDAY. property owners and GeorgiaPacificwill politics will mingle Friday night, which began Monday. parents or guardians could get the
gain from mining the peat." records to the school.
3, when the Theressa Volunteer '
Sept. "This is 24th school and
Hodges explained he was against the traditional my opening
proposal to buy eight new fire trucks Fire Department stages its and this one has been as nice as any," J.'xy "It ran so smoothly tnat it was
when it was presented because he rally for all Democratic commented Hampton Elementary almost scary," said Brooker Elemen-
'. was mindful of the tax dollar. He is in Republican candidates. School Principal Connie Clark. "It tary Principal Wayne McLoed. "We
Wayne Hersey, chairman of this ran real smooth and the parent-staff were very, fortunate that the buses
always-popular event says that in- cooperation on the immunization problem ran on time the lunch schedule worked
vitations to speak were sent to all can- "
was good. well, and the health records were
Inside. didates of both parties, and more than all but of students "
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Two Soctlon 20 have already indicated they wouldbe Clark's opinion of the opening week McLoed mentioned that those coupleof
present. seemed to reflect that of all the prin- students were straightened out by
J SECTION At Supper will be served starting at 8 schools in
cipals of the seven public second of
the school.
N.ws. .... .. ,. .. ..,.Pago t'9.11 p.m., with speaking scheduled for Bradford day
1N Idltorlol.... ... ....... ..Pago 4 7:30 with Elbert Hersey as m.c. Can- County. Enrollment: for individual
Social.. .. ..... ..... figures
Pogot 5-7,10 didates will speak in the order they The 3,783 figure, down over 100 schools at press time Wednesdaywere
Corr.spondentsPeg. 10,11 appear on the September 7 ballot. students enrolled at the end of school follows School
as : High 1,010
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Sport Page Adult tickets for the supper are Jast year is expected to increase after Middle School 839; Starke Elemen-
$2.50, and $1.50 for children. Profits the Labor Day Holiday this Monday, tary 645; Southside Elementary 635;
f Sopt. 4 from the supper will be used for the Sept. 6, according to Curriculum Hampton Elementary 182; Brooker
lock to School SECTION ItObltuarla. operation of the Theressa Volunteer Coordinator Lucille Payne.
t Junior Class Donco .. .. ,. ...,.'.. .Pago 4 Fire Department. The public is in- Figures above did not include the Elementary. 130,and Lawtey Elemen-
i i llSO Ml Midnight Now. I,...*. ..., ... .. ...Pag.s 1.' vited to come out and help support the Bradford-Union Area Vocational- tary 383.Lawtey

IHS ....., ClanRleda..i.r.Pag.a10,11Legal. department. Technical Center, which had 178
$2.0CI.OCIdNg.. *...... ..,. ... ... ...Pago 12 students enrolled.A Elementary Principal Buddy
Paterson mentioned that one of his

TUESDAY. Soot TINS Outside. new law requiring records of immunization ....- c students did forget to get off his bus
All Sport Club Mtgr seemed to be the only problem .v and ended up at the bus operations

7 PM, .Woctorn Stoor More of the same widely scattered and mainly afternoon and evening to face administrators of the School Daze... center in Starke. LE school officials
Public Invited thunderstorms- schools.Most elementary schools had were out searching for awhile before
for this
are predicted weekend four
forecast for Thursday through Sunday. according to a day little, if any problems with immuniza Youngsters at new school were In a personnel at the operations center

I...... Council Temperatures are expected to reach 'a high of 92 Thursday but you'll tions. The high school and middle due at times this week as they found could get the youngster back to
.. school created the most' havoc over their around. Only few lost Lawtey.In .
rtnt Mooring on 1oHI. -7 PM notice cooler mornings are coming. Look for an increase in cloudinessand way got
--" thundershowers over the weekend. the immunizations.On the first day of for short periods of time. the only other case of a misplaced -
......... ........ Horsn1 The month of August ended with New River leading the with 14.8 school about 320 students did not have Linda Smith above, and Prls Nas youngster a kindergartner from
way records of immunization at the high worth watched carefully at Soulhilde Southside Elementary failed to off
7 P.M. inches of rain reported at the fire tower there. Louis Hill fire tower at get
.- Highland recorded 7.36 for the month with a tenth of an inch school and 150 at the middle school. Elementary to see that the the bus at the school and ended up at
:l sad ........ ......... August:27. And the Santa Fe tower on US-301 south at Hampton Lake falling!had: By the second day, all but two of the youngsters get. where they are supposed the Bradford Mme; School. H. was
Tea NeHru. 7>M P.M. 7.95 inches for the month. 320 students at the high school had to go. also quickly returned to SSE.

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Pale ZA TELEGRAPII 8t'Ptember Z. 19112 I,

I Races for City Commission Might be Heating 'Up. I,i I

The city race for commissioners Is seems lobe the problem facing the. city Candidate Group One M
hope the interest rates will be lower.
finally heating or cooking,
or was
up R. E. ( )
that just the smell of bacon at the JoeWilliams' commissioners which is the let Bobby know Bigg was first and Bigga: cited recent articles appearing
fund everyone why he was runn- in the Telegraph concerning rate in-
breakfast on Saturday more ed Increase In city utility rates to
Ing "Because
city rates are effec creases and the tie with FPL.
ning at the Bradford Village Apts. the two-way electrical tie with ting my business," said Biggs.
Florida Power& Light and to finance "My
A small crowd heard the candidatesfor sewer plant inmprovements to customers include alot of retired people Robert W. (Bob) Milner Jr."Iam
city commissioner at the eliminate nutrients from Alligator who cannot afford to pay more to not ashamed of my record as city
Democratic rally as they appearedlast Creek. The package is expected to wash their clothes. Biggs owns two commissioner we inherited a$200,000
on the platform Saturday evenIng cost some 12,8 million and the current laundromats in Starke. Biggs offered deficit but the city is in the black: now
council is looking for to raise the opinion the city;: cannot afford the and paying off the deficit. We had the
The main issue in the city election ways tie with Florida Power and that we finest audit ever," said Milner. He .
money. should delay the bond issue In the pointed out no one or two people were ?rF," r{

running the City. The commissionershave 1 ; '
adopted a prsonel plan and 7t
fired the employees who were \: '
'stuffing off.' Mbn r said he would not ,
deficid spent even though he feels the ,_ -1.------1 (
kqC people want a progressive govern ;-
ment. The city must not allow people
t y w to not pay their bills and cited the cut ...;
off plan now in force which climates .
the$6,000 or $7,000 per month the city
FN' used to incur in unpaid bills. "Who is ACandidate
1S 1 A$" ', W not for lower electric rates?" asked<<
Milner. "I care about our city and
l want what you want"said Milner.
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Joe W. Williams-"I have served on
the zoning committee for the city and
know the people need to ask questionsand
follow the operation of city
government," said Williams. Williams Broke Bread

Williams emphasized we have serious And Eggs With Voters Friends.
issues before us, such as the bond
issue. Williams said he is for recrea- Joe Williams, candidate for the city council (against incumbent Travis
tion and for the little league. Woods) made like a short order cook Saturday, scrambling up eggs, bacon,
grits, and toast (until the toaster broke) for about 25 citizens who joined him
P t Travis V. Woods-Unable to be at for a "breakfast with Joe."
the rally to speak on the advise of his
doctor, Woods said on Monday he j
may be back at work soon. He is uncomfortable -
still wearing a brace, in
pain but told he could get up, get out Trail Restaurant
and tart driving a little Woods suf- "
fered a shattered veterbra in his tb\\d 1g US 301 N. Lawtey, Florida FROSTED9ae'
lower back several weeks ago. The Cffff D
Friday Saturday Sunday Specials S
accident has put a crimp in his cam 'lJ
n paigning.The BBQ Spare Ribs
Spaghetti w/Meat/ Sauce
or Fresh Mullet
candidates have an additional Baked Bami, Cola SII.. H CAN EAT
week, until Sept. 14, to knock on doorsof 3-25 Puppies.
the city voters and ask for their

"" .. _ The "Kiddie Korps" Can't Vote, But They Can Politic...

Judy Becker,candidate: for the District I School Board signs around lor 2 hour Saturday morning are: "' LAWSO
seat (against incumbent Arthur Gaskins) has twice had Left to right: Sarah Smith, Mick Becker, Lisa Jerry
her "kiddie korps" out lobbying for her, the last time Blalock, Michael Becker Erin Wilkerson, the dandldate a
Saturday at the Bradford Square shopping plaza. Mrs Judy Becker Michael Blalock, and Jason Howard. rile t! e" 1002( W. Madison St" Phone 964-6927 /;?,
Those who passed out brochures and paraded the ti -<:j
J () District 5 .. School Board p.('t t

Lunch Menus COUNTY TELEGRAPH rP For quality education among our children

Bradford County Middle School Published every ,
Wednesday Kept. Hamburger steak mashed Street + !
and elementary schools unlators,green beans, fruit Jelln, hot rolls milk. at 135 W. Call ,. Jerry Lawson Is Qualified:
Monilav.Brpl,t-LAROIl DAY-NoNthool Thursday. Sept. It-Barbecued chicken, potato Starke Florida 32091
Tuesday *rpi. 7-Hamburger gravy, mashed naiad, mustard greens strawberry shortcake \ 1. Teacher for 18 years.
rolls milkFriday
potatoes '" hot roll,milk'I Second Class at 2. In business for
postage paid 5
WMln..ciay. Sept HChPeSealoui| french fries, Wept. ln-Cheese toast, french fries, but- ",
aalad fruit Jello, milk, ieradcorn, penehiemilk.. Starke, FloridaSubscription Family and I IAppreciate snagcs 3 Duva County tax consulting offices
Thursday Hepi "Spaghetllw/mealaa "" ,cheese milkALACARTE ., ..
allll.cabbage slaw !School jn Instructional'' aff at Jones Business1 W'e "'N, -' *'f1M| |
apple hot Rates >
crisp rolls milk wpj 7 ChyeeetFrtd.y : I Your Vote
Sept. Id-Chlcken noodles half peanut' Tuesday., ( pizza, french ,In-trade 5. Member First Baptist Church in Stark. '_ .,. .. + ',4 oJ .".. if
fries $10.00 '
milkshakes area:
tiller 6 I
Jrlly" sandwich, buttered per year -' J.
applesauce chocolate milk peas A carrot Wednendav., Sept. s-Plzia hamburgers, french $5.50 six months and Support Next 6. Master's Degree in Education'Stid SrlSgraduate.f W1' i' tr
County High School fries milkshakes 2 children in schools Kim, BHS and Rebecca BMS.Bradford .
..... Thur.d.iy. Sept. 0-Plzza, county : ,
Monday. rpl IlJR O"y. No hamburgers french
Tuesday, Sept 7-Spadhettl w/meal 1 School sauce: cheese fries,milkshakes, Outside trade area: $11.00 per year Tuesday, Sept. 7th 8. Married to Patsy Nichols of Bradford County. om...... nt wi AllY
allll, salad,apple crisp, hot rolls' milk., Friday. $rpt. ID-French fries, milkshakes, pizza $6.00 six months .

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Political Rally 2 X $ 7 9 9 5 TWIN EACH ;

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FULL 109.93 ..Reg. C .
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Community Center t. QUEEN :319.95 .Reg $379:95: sei esp.pc< n ?

6Vi miles from Starke's City Limits KINO 419.95..Reg. 1469.95 set Oyes

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FISH FRY Reg. $139,95 PIECE i ;

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Serving at 6 PM QUEEN *399:95: ..Reg., M79.95 set,Zpc, --' }

KINO '529.95 ..Reg. 599.95 set 3pc. ::2a.

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Adults $2.50 ,.y ti's A. Fact Yon,Con Ho JZcfter at ;

Children under 12 .' .DENMARK FURNITURE :

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Both Democrats and 0 964-582A 964-5827 l' t
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County .Commission Fields Complaints at Overflow Meeting-I-j


Inviting public comment put Brad- Williams' Interest in county affairs times, but they bit their tongues and $144,000 allocation to the county jail "There are certain points to which and the proceeds used to fund the
ford County Commissioners on the got him appointed to a committee to held back their comments.No improvements.Clerk the commission can say no to, but not firemen. If the county has good fire
defensive Monday ni4.it= Aug. '30, study the feasibility of saving money changes were made in the Brown explained the state is to what the State of Florida man- protection, the decrease in fire in-
from *room full a!volunteer fireme.iand by combining the rescue service and millage or the $3.5 million budget, about to condemn the jail unless cer- dates," said Commissioner Lawrence surance premiums would be more
residents complaining about annual county fire fighting effort, which both of which were tentatively tain changes are made, and said it Mosley, pointing out he isn't opposedto than the cost of a meter fee, the in-
hikes in property taxes, increased would supposedly save money at the adopted. A second public hearing is had been cited by the state fire mar- saying "no." surance agent-pointed out.
property values and bad roads.A same time. set Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. in the county shal. With speakers running out of words, Terry McCarthy said he hopes
commission meeting room in the Why Not Fix Roads? Merritt Williams made one last plea some solution can be found to the fire
2V hour verbal barrage was launched Volunteer fire fighters who wantedto courthouse.The Lee Rowan, spokesman for the for a two percent across-the-board department's funding problem before
by: know why they could not get more millage rollback rate for fiscal 5-member group from NW 25th Street spending reduction. "If you don't, I "somebody gets killed fighting as fire
funding in the new budget. Funding that make this promise and this vow. I'll with inadequate "
1982-83 I is 9.43 mills. runs west off US-301 beside the equipment.
Lee Rowan, who said NW 25th for almost has been cut started in this
every agency get a tax revolt county
The tax rate will raise the same Furniture factory, asked Commissioner E.W. Hodges. ad-
Street has not been "
graded and said back to the 81-82 level and the firemenare ft it takes the last I've got.
penny _
amount raised taxes in why some of the federal
the ditches hadn't been by property dollars dressing the firemen who were by far
dug out in ticketed for the
three years."Promises. same $13,450. fiscal 81-82, and is the rate the countyis couldn't be used to repair his road. At that point Williams switchedover the largest portion of the room full of
promises, that's all required to adopt if it accepts the Rowan said residents can't get in to support the volunteer firemen. citizens, pointed out he'd said "no" to
get," said Ruth Edwards when Chair-you Santa Fe Lake residents, who Mi-cent sales tax from the state. and out when it rains, that the ditches He pointed out a fee could be placedon the fire departments, and would do it
man Maxie Carter Jr. promised to fix property values which they protested The first public hearing Tuesday stand full of water and have each electric meter in the county again under the same circumstances.!.
the road but wouldn't when.A said have doubted in some cases.PrO- night was on the use of the$278,755 of "mosquitos big as turkeys." Area
say federal revenue sharing funds the residents claimed they have been Thirty-three percent of the
perty values on Santa Fe Lake are try
grader was on the road
morning. Tuesday highest in the county, they said. county receives. A public hearing is ing for three years to get the county to Correction! residents of the county pay all the property
tax Chairman Carter
required to see if anyone has a proposed improve the road. now
The Jive-year-old boy who drowned pointed out. The increased in
for the funds.
Merritt Williams, who asked why Chairman Remains Cool use Can You Say No? Aug. 21 in Santa Fe Lake was not in homestead exemption to $25,000 has ,
the commissioners lack the The 2-hour verbal attack could have Firefighters Want ShareOf "Question. Is there any end to this deep water, according to his mother, removed 2/3 of the taxpayers from
"backbone" to "say no" to Increased raised tempers, but Chairman Carter tax increase you-all are imposing Mrs. Lyle Edgar. paying any taxes.
spending requests, and who lambasted did not blow up, although he stood his Federal Funds each and ?" asked Merritt Craig Patrick Andrews, son of Mr. -James Balkcom volunteer
annual increases in property ground on the issues and explainedthe Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse promptly Williams,every taking year the floor at Carter's and Mrs. Lyle Edgar of 1504 Geiger fireman from New River, a pointed out
taxes. But Williams urged a tax on problems the commission faces. asked why some of the federal invitation. The county commissionmust Road in Starke, was in water not over
the firemen receive the
electric meters to support the coun- The faces of several commissionersand funds cannot be used for the fire learn to say "no" to propertytax knee deep to an adult and had all for no pay, coun-.
ty's volunteer fire fighting effort. City Clerk Gib Brown reddened at fighting effort. Crouse noted the increases, Williams said. playmates all around him, close ty money goes equipment."It
enough to touch him, says his mother. seems like the people and the
The Telegraph apologizes for the County Commission could work
Rally mis-statement. together to raise some money," said
-The Editor Merritt Williams.
(From Page IA) is doing a good job but the criminal tough on crime. It is wrong not to _' c... .. . .
tion," said Drawdy. He also is justice system is messing up. limit the number of appeals a Federal -
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ed to peat mining. Jim Crews-"We need a new leader judge can issue. I have served in a ., .It <<, I'.', .'A ,Sfr. ._. s h. g).;'.:" reffect'.rj'"f. 'c'e. ) :\
of all life and I ->
from North Florida to speak for the position leadership my '0' '}. .. . .. .,'
know the said Sutton. He
Jerry Johnson-Without anything governor
common good. I have the record of
with the farmer and
bad to say about the incumbent "we leadership," said Crews. He is is sympathetic
could do better, we could makz our against gun control and peat mining against mining peat.
community stronger," said Johnson. and for public education and is an environmentalist
I have the highest integrity In the race He promised to be in -2nd CongressionalDistrict &
said Johnson. Bradford County once a month if ,
elected. Allen Cox-"I am proud to be here 'bte LeeDRAWDY
Frank Williams-Williams, who
for Al Cox, I believe it is time we
,was attending a Democratic functionin Bill Grant-"I believe in represen-
made a change, is
Clay County,where he was asked to tative government, I do identify with not bringing home our the congressman bacon,"said Al :
.introduce Sen. Lawton Chiles, was I feel the w
you legislators are not earning Cox is for balancing the
represented by Walter Murphey, who their money. I am for capital budget, he is bright, energetic and
.:read from Williams' and
campaign plat punishment want to stop treating said __
persuasive t
,form and legislative record. the criminal like a privileged individual -
," said Grant. He is not for Don Fuqua-"I apologize for being
; -State Senator 5th DistrictJane abortion on demand, a sin unless it late and thank you for your previous
;" Bell-"I can represent all the threatens the life of the mother, he is support," said Fuqua. He said he has a f ....
; people in the district, will serve full not for gun control and said we don't put in a bill for Federal judges to s .i.. tlcl' l' iube
:-time: as a public servant, 24 hours a have to mine the peat. come up for review. He has tried to
--:day if necessary," said Bell. She said Jim Senterfitt-"I will representthe help people and represent Florida to 7attda44U"If
the Federal government. "My ex- M
she will work to bring clean industryto working man and woman in the
perience makes me much better ableto
Florida, is an environmentalist, for in-
Senate and will not be for special
represent you in congress, there is
education and farmers assistance.
terest who always take care -
groups no easy answer but we can make it a

Doyle Conner.Jr."I am comingout themselves is against gun first control," said, mining Senterfitt.of peat He, better nation," said Fuqua. STATE REPRESENTATIVE

of the woods even though I like it pumping water into south Florida. We "Pete" Skinner-"Pete" is proud to _ii: Democrat District 21
there because I am mad," said Con- must control or lose our valuable not be endorsed by the Tallahassee 6
ner. He said he would like to remain a resources said Senterfitt.Bill Democrat," said his sister Reba .
farmer but there is there. He Pd. Pol. Ad.. Treasurer N Wayne Allen
no profit
Green. He is for electing Federal
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maintains need plans for c. "
.we Sutton-"I share the concern cf judges, the farmer, and a balance .
because it is coming. We have the the arresting officer out on the street, budget. "People want a change, if the : : ,'
purest water in the state and don't there is more concern given to the incumbent is working for us he is on a Integrity: ::-: :..et.t fp '..: Eft.f3c'ti n $.S:

want it to go south. Law enforcement criminal than to the citizen. I will be long lunch hour," said Green. .. .- '. ... :

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Candidates Speak Out Many Colors 1 f ; 4 a \ 'kiV4,1 ,.-.?.
but it is the coat of,Hoover's lA. M itkl'i
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1 1 : AgainstPeat Mining This was the sign hung around h.. ,,,i,r ,l.'!if\fIf"1'\. ''''
the neck of 74 year old J. T (Jake) ,I I
II .f \ :_;' Prevatt, first prize winner in the ,. .: urn
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; Hard Times Contest at (the ".,",",,,"k: 'l4.\j'\ '

Thanks to the political rally and adopted a ManagementPlan Democratic Committee's: political, ,.:"
rally Saturday i
last' Saturday night and the and a Model Flood Plain night viry, .rwa

Budget Hearing held by the Management Ordinance to And Mr. Prevail wasn't just kidding e W p,,

County Commission Monday protect and preserve the wool. It was a"genu-wine"authentic ,

night, interest in next Tues Suwannee and its tributaries.He issued to weed him during overcoat the actually depression !- ,,: s "1. ,;

day's election took a turn for urged county officials to days of the early 19JOs when -h

the better this week and the adopt the flood plain or- he worked on WPA projects for i, f ,

percentage of voters visitingthe dinance because it makes less than 50 cents an hour and ".
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"was proud to get It. ,
polls may even exceed the sense, environmentally and

Supervisor of Election's economically, and will protect Prevail and his forebears<< have ::4

estimate of 56 percent. public resources and private known depressions,recessions,big
investments in freezes, hurricanes, droughts, and :
At Saturday night's rally particularly floods in Bradford and Clay Counties (
areas that are best left in their for almost 150 years. His
the of the
proposed mining natural state. father, William Prevatt was born
Santa Fe Swamp emerged as and"raised" near Prevatt Pond in
the single most-mentioned The third step in the "Save what is now the Camp Standing :: :Jjj;

issue with four candidates for the Suwannee" plan was up to reservation. And William's rather,
Senate 5th District the local governments and at Frank, used to kill deer, vhu-h i.
State ; one :l'f!; : .;',
of this nine out of the ten were plentiful in that area in those
for State House Represen- point, days, and bring them to Staikc to
tatives; and two for the Coun- counties along the Suwanneeand sell.

ty Commission, announcingtheir its tributaries have indicated \

opposition to the pro- they would adopt the The early Prevails, who came to '. .. '1' ,c' 4
the sandhills about 1850 and work :; I
ordinance. Bradford is ,
posal. among ed in orange groves around .

Although not yet generally those public nine hearing, and on will the hold ordinance a Sundetl Kingsley grove Lake which including was the killed large in .....-..........................."''.. .,'in .. p' 1.1; .= ,.;.;.......' .-\----'T:: ': :'.::'I'"I:'

recognized by a large segment at its regular meetingon the freezes of the late 1890s After

of the public, this is one September 13. Union Coun- the groves were destroyed thePrevatls Buddy, Can You Spare a Dime ?
of the most important and began to scatter from the
ty was the only county to reject -
area, some of them departing on
long-range issues ever to con- the ordinance, on the foot for areas farther south where Against the background of a 1929 Ford coupe J. T. (Sake) Prevatt models the outfit that won first prize for
front the county. work men in the "Hard Times" contest at the Democratic Rally last Saturday. The overcoat,of heavy wool tweed,
grounds that New River would was more plentiful.
dates back to the 19.Ms: when President Roosevelt Instituted various programs to aid Americans hard hit by the
The proposed draining and not be affected sufficiently to no-called<< "Hoover Depression."

mining of the Santa Fe also warrant its participation.By William in the Cracker Prevatt,Six however section, settled east- Other. contest winners were Mrs. George Ricks for the women; John l.opec, boys; and Amanda Manning,
ties in as a vital part of Governor of Lawtey, where he continued to -" -

Graham's plans to protectthe adopting the and ordinance implementing farm and rear a large family of 10 Administration) and paint and body shop, as well as that was in trouble," he says.
Suwannee River and its children.In other "relief" started by
agencies glass works. After retirement he If we ever had to go through
tributaries from over develop- themselves, the counties President Roosevelt, Mr. Prevatt returned to the 28-acre farm just times like the Great Depression
ment and ultimate destruc- avoided having the Suwanneeand the days before and during the gladly accepted. south of Lawtey on the west side of again Prevatt doubts that people
its tributaries designatedas depression Jake Prevatt Later, with the coming of constrtll."tion U.S. 301, where he expects to spendthe could survive because of the lack
tion.At an Area of Critical Con- sharecropped with the well-known work at Camp Blanding rest of his life. of small farmers and the
a meeting in Gainesville in grower and shipper, Jim Moore, and other wartime projects he left But due to their homegrown food knowledge of how to live off the
early this year, the Governor cern, which case the State and later with Jim's son, Fred the farm, like many others, for supply,. Prevatt and his family land.
emphasized to 300 represen- would have stepped in to draw Times were tough! in the "Hoover better paying jobs. Such employ- never went hungry, even during
tatives of counties along the up the necessary control Days" and farm produce wasn't ment finally took him to the Cape the depression, and now he says, "Young people now days, just
measures which would then bringing in enough cash to pay for Kennedy area where he spent "Really, I think those were the wouldn't know how to get along:'
Suwannee and its tributariesthe be adopted and enforced locally harvesting When the opportunitycame almost 20 years retiring around good old days. People seemed to he says. "Why some of 'em can't
value of the Suwannee as a along for a couple of days 1977 from Pan American Airways, care more about one another, and even tell the: difference between a
great local, state and national work a week with the WP.A (Woi ksCounty where he was employed in the would pitch in and help anyone horse and a mule."

resource.At In view of this tie-in bet-

that time, Gov. Graham ween the Santa Fe and the ,-- --

urged county commissionersand Suwannee, it is easy to see

city officials to adopt and why so many state and local a. ''Crews Tells Lake Dwellers He Opposes

implement local ordinances to candidates are announcing

manage development in the their opposition to drainingand Agent'sHotebook Mining The Santa Fe Swamp FORESTRY

100-year flood plain of the mining the swamp. Not .IN ItADFORD COUNTYBy

Suwannee and its major only would it adversely affect

tributaries. Santa Fe River, many environmental factorsin In a recent meeting with directors League of Conservation Voter and
ot- theSanta l"eI..aklf Dwellers' "'Sr rra Clutr-fepreserilalives.' Both David Norton
which would be most affectedby this immediate area, but its
the draining and mining of effects Association, State Senate candidateJim groups ..bave-endorsed CreMff&in,thsi! ; I' County ForesterIf ,
be felt '
I Crews, of Tallahassee sAid he rflsfrflt:5-Slafft'Senate race. "With j
the swamp, is. the.. largest.. throughout the Suwannee By 't> plfaed the propoSecrTpt-at Witting in -slich'fsStfes\ 'at"'pollution of the Suwannee !i

tributary feeding the Suwannee River basin.It Bobby Santa Fe Swamp, as well as River, wetlands drainage, and
in the entire basin. r; phosphate mining in the Osceola Na- wildlife habitat preservation !before
is good to know that so tional Forest the Senate, we need a Senator who is you talk with most people recent
The Governor took a major many candidates at Satur- Taylor w 4 -- The second sensitive to the needs of the District," lyr they would tell you how tired the

step in protecting the Suwan- day's rally realized the implications whose term family Leon County began farm-Commissioner said Robert Brunger, Sierra Club are of rain. Most areas in this count
nee's future spokesman.The are quite wet so I guess it i
by a
of the Baker
mining Cooler temperatures and shorter ing in County before 1830, understandable.With .
Resource Planning and swamp and were willing to go days are a signal that Fall will soon stressed the importance of stale purchase Leon County Commissionersaid
Management Committee, on record in opposition to the be here. Fall is a signal for plans and of the 5,300 acre swamp to pre that hunting and farming the advent of excessive
which subsequently developed plan. activities on lawns and forage programs wetlands vent adverse exploitation of the benefits derived from the wetlands I periods! of rainfall a resulting consequence
area. should not be overlooked and expressed c is high humidity and ver,

This is a good time to get soil Crews said that peat removal is concern about local/ and I moist air. High humidity and nisi'
samples for lime requirements on short of mining" and regional delay in Adopting ordinances air are the ideal conditions for fungu
declare to protect such areas. He commended I spores to travel and spread into but!
Rep. Pepper Warns your lawns and pasture. Fall is an excellent > that draining the swamp
time to apply lime dolomite,, would adversely affect.the Santa Fend Bradford County">,Commis jonpr%on I timber; and ornamental shade trees:
if needed for several reasons Suwannee Rivers. <, _.their efforts to obtain a mining-or" ,, v" 1f'.' .,;
dinance that would deal with all type* The fungus that j$most evident dur
Time-Sharing BuyersNot Lime requires time to react in the Crews has expressed the dameviews of mining,.'inc using 'eat( : .n.-f i i'phosphate. ng this time period would be the lea
soil to supply calcium and in meetings with the FloridaLetters .?.ri.it. :;" \ s ipodor.leatbfotchfungii' .These fungi!
magnesium for the grass, and to ad- Ifat > ippear asi brown.. or black_spots_ blot
all "time just the pH I, or correct soil acidity. It chef aqd holes on leaves. u I
sharing" con- sompumes
resorts. While some of these usually takes about six months for )J5peciel SWlt us dogwood, sycamore,.
dominium plans are frauds, of offerings are legitimate, a total reaction, so an application in the r r- ; 'J I ',red maple'and t other shade-giving ornamentals
course, but at least a suffi- high percentage turn out to be fall would allow enough time for the .1iille'.Bdi; : Although these fungii ap

cient number of unsavory fraudulent," the Con- next year's spring growth. : : } pear i damaging: ( to a tree, they arc

operations have been disclosed gressman said. Lime is most effective when it is SCHOOL PROBLEMS. '";' ,,' '. frj;.... WOMe1N'SCLLJB: : merely an. annual'eyesore Most when
to warrant the buyer in us- mixed in the top six inches of soil. DESERVE ATTENTION .y .. -: V.' *II> ART SERIES humidity conditions are ideal.
Charles P. Nelson assistant ? these ,,become ;jncoihequpntiawith '
ing extreme precautionsbefore However, on lawns and pastures, ..< ... ;-. ..
entering into any such chief postal inspector, says nature will do a good job of mixing if pear Editor'.I" .#J.terfradh.' ?.-"'S? I ,these the fall leaf drop. Galhcrm and burning

contracts. that his agency has completedmore given enough time. Rain water or irrigation Wednesday evening, August 25, an,.,' ; .!, ysinga cbpy'bf a letter fungusLipfecled Lave fallen wit'
: r. Intern dricethey
and drying of the soil will 1 *hiva i Justtfywit to the Starke :
than 60 investigations open meeting was held for the Brad-*.: ) of fungus infer
zealous defender j-edycp the possibility
That of the '
relating to various land-fraud contribute to working the lime own. ford County School Board candidates ,,Woman a,ciub and would appreciated: lion x
"senior citizen" of i.n
segment Another to present their platforms.The .your.sl1atlllg..It't1l1 lh connThaitytRBettyWartren : "
promotions during the last practical advantage to fall : ,-
our population, U.S. liming is that lime and lime spreader should be } ; Just a' notf to let you know thai
two years. "These schemes following candidates resident t j ., ?
Representative Pep- trucks can cover most of our flat- Starke these leaf-slWt'1ungii are present
publicly thanked for sharing their Woman) Club ,
grossed approximately $43 woods and fields. > Various of the and arena
per, says that a "land fraudscheme" pasture and of parts county
answering questions
million for the promoters, concerns We.are looking forward to art ex cause for immediate concern.
involving the sale of 'Lime is the number of
one priority in a interested parents. This was one avery
fractional interests in con- while leaving behind a trail of soil fertility program. Get your soil few community opportunities; 'citing Festival, new of the season Performing for Arts the, \Fall\ < "i.' 11 ..,.
dominiums is "mushroomingout victims from coast to coast, tested today, and apply lime as soon according to the paper, for the school SanraF*Community College is, rpropt'rtyApprove4

of control" in Florida and some of whom lost their life as possible, if it is needed. issues to DC presented and discussed. /_to cooperate with the Starke'proud 'FoV Commercial '

other vacation areas of the na savings," he added. Call or come by your County Agents Although all candidates promisedto Wot ian's Club in presenting this an- Rezoning, 301 NorthIn
One former salesman, testi- office on north 301 in Starke for your appear, those present were Incum- nual series which is, to my mind, the
tion.The fying at the hearing, said he soil testing kit.There is a$3.00 charge bent Pat Spengler, District 2; and premier cultural happening in Brad, brief session Tuesday night, th
Florida Democrat, who for the test, but this is a real bargainfor candidates Judy Becker District 1; ford County. You are deserving of the Board approved Ro
quit when he became sick at County Zoning
serves as chairman of the the information you get Jerry Lawson, District 5; and Maxie highest commendation I for the contribution Davis application for rezoning fiv
House Aging Committee heart at the tactics being us- Reddish, District 2. The fact that only of your beautiful buildingand ncath.n
US-301 miles
says acres on 2W .
Fall is also'the time to plant cool especially for the
ed. "We that the delightful
were taught meet
incumbent was present
one may
that millions of dollars are be- Lawtey from Open Rural to Corn VMI
like clover for late
legumes the-performers socials hosted
season for the by the
customer had all of reflect a major reason problems cial
ing lost, often by the elderly, winter and early spring grazing.. In of understanding and support Starke Woman's Club alter each per
such money and that it was our job addition to supplying a lot of, high formance.It :
through plans. between the school system' and the If the change in zoning is approve
"Usually, the elderly and to get it out of his pocket, he quality forage,the legumes,if properly community. It is our feeling that the' is my hope that we can reach an by tile County Commission at its

those near retirement are at- said. managed, can supply nitrogen for problems of our schools will be solved ever-growing number of people this September 13 meeting, Davis said Hi
tracted by brochures saying The ex-salesman said he grass production next summer. only when there is more interest and Fall and have our most successful property would be sold to Milton
This is an Important economic advantage season yet. Weeks for and!
also learned that timesharing"falls participation for dialogue by both the the operation of a new
they have won a.valuable free because plant available community and elected officials of Once again,, congratulations and, used truck sales lot.
gift, but they must visit a cer- between the regulatory nitrogen is presently the primary our school system.. thanks for your role in this cultural
tain resort to claim it," Pep- cracks." When asked why the limiting factor for torage production Signed series which is so important to our Zoning Director L. M. Gain

per said. Whether or not the company he was working for in our sandy soils. Costs of nitrogen Karen Langer.Suzanne Pfenniger community. reported a total of 40,000 in buildin
didn have to have a real- fertilizer have soared along with the Andrea Mundorff, Mike Cooney Bernard J. McFadden permits issued in August inrludin
promised gifts are ever estate license he was told price of energy. The legumes can produce Phyllis Folsom Saundra Green Coordinator,Starke Center ten single family dwellings, $292.400
stowed, the person bitingthe this savings for you. Betty Warren Santa Fe Community CollegeESTABLISHED 18 mobile homes, $179,400; six commercial
bait is subjected to high- they were exempt because White clover is a good choice on our $107,400 and 35 additions
sales methods they offered "private club flalwonds soils and pastures. After $60,800.
pressure ,
membership," and for that soil testing and lime application,you .
sometimes extending over a e 4Q. I"u
could are ready to prepare the area for M. rrctrlrrupI
period of days.According reason get away with seeding. Remove accumulated forageby BUS Band Booster

I to Pepper, the practically anything. mowing or grazing, and disk lightly "" Car Wash Saturday Sept. 4
to tome soil for the seed. In-
t victims then buy what expose '
may Pepper's advice to the noculate seed immediately to
i they think is a partial interest elderly, as well as any other seeding, and roll or repack prior the soil 1879 MEMBER Baud Bud Tucker, president of the BH
Booster Club a C8
r: in the condominiums, givingthe age, is to consult a lawyer after seeding. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER, Publishers wash will be held at, announces the Communi
right to own a ,share and and Fertilize the legumes according to
before signing any paper, State Bank on the of Bradfor
recommendation from soil test. Published each Thursday and entered as Second Claw Matter at the corner
" use it for 'week or two each never buy even a one or two your Square and 301-south,Saturday,SeP
; An average recommendation wouldbe ,rout Office at Starke. fla. under Act of March S, 1879.
>ear. They are usually toad: week share of a condominiumsight something like 300 to 500 pounds of 4.

that they can tractor that right unseen. It is surprisinghow 0-10-30 per acre at planting time. Subscription: rat In trade area: $10 Per Year la Six Months The thi
for' similar week or two use many purchasers do just I'll be happy to discuss your winter OaUlde trade area: 111 Per Yean S6.50 Six Month event and Flag Corps Is| sponsoring will look

of accommodatiorm owned by that..much to their sorrow forage program at any time.Just call Phone((904)964-6305 Surfce.Florida 32091 forward to your announces support.they .
or come by at your convenience ',
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other shareholders at other later. ,..

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:,:::...; Those Were the Days to Remember...
---- Gathering Ut remember each other and their at Bradford School
days High
-- Adklns Prevail Lora Crews Francis, Warren Winkler Garnlta Hullo
the of the Class
= were 28 members of 1943.
Parker, Oleeta Green Hardenbrook.
Kneeling (I l-r) are Bobby Biggs. Thomas Wadi worth,George Shuford, Billy
Burney, R.J.Turner,Jr., Robert Barkidale and C.W.Colson clan preslThird row- Lyle Anderson, Pansy Reddish Henley,Audrey Crews Bernson,
dent. Irene Prevail Rick, Phil Shuford Barbara Beckman Alvarez, Elise Green
Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Wolfe Second ro"w- Barbara Home Barksdale, Mary Ella Ward Watterson, Betty Pass Hazel Crosby Howard ROM Lee Allen Padcr.lt, and Mary Ellen
Green Nherouie, Amanda Mott Wllkerson, Betty McRae Wells, Betty Jean Wasdln Andrew,
III Brenda Dorminey/Daniel Wolfe

The Purple and Gold BHS Class of 1945 GathersTwentyeight

Wed Aug. 8 Calvary Baptist
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members of the Class coiors.Coach. noooy mgBs and wife, Jeanie; Mary teachers V.R. Ferguson, Coach
Calvary Baptist Church was the set- lace gown featuring long sleeves, high of 1943 of Bradford High School Hobbs said he was especially Ellen Wasdln Andrews and husband, Hobbs, and Mri. Griffin, Orchid corsages
ting for the Sunday, Aug. neckline and chapel length train. Her gathered in the 37th year following pleased to see former members of his A.T., of Gainesville; V.R. Ferguson, were presented to all ladles at
wedding of Brenda Sue Dorminey,, flowered bandeau secured her white their graduation June 26 at the Starke first football team. Coach Hobbs had former agriculture teacher Coach the head table.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Dor- chapel length veil bordered with lace. Golf & Country Club. played high school football at Leon Hobbs and wife Gladys and Mrs.
miney of Hampton to Daniel Blair She carried a bouquet of pink, blue The class and football team High In Tallahassee and won a letterIn Evelyn Stump Griffin ot Starke a
Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene and white streamers.A especially) wanted to honor Coach J.C. football on the UF freshman team. former teacher The tables were decorated with purple
Calvin O'Steen, also of Hampton.Rev. reception was held in the church Hobbs who, assisted by the late H.A. Other guests were members of the ribbon down the center with white
Ray Williams performed the Fellowship Hall. Julie Dorminey kept (Buddy) Bishop coached, without The reunion was planned and coordinated 1944 football team. gold candlestick holding
nuptials.The the bride's book. compensation, the 1943-4 teams. The by Bobby Biggs, vice- Pansy Reddish Henley came the tapers ipaced down the table Center.
arch was decorated with The hall was decorated with arrangements 1944 team went 9-1. Back then the president of the Class of 1949, and farthestfrom Jertco Springs, piece on the head table contained
greenery and silk flowers balanced byh of summer flowers. BHS colors were purple and gold,and Mary Ellen Wasdln Andrews. Missouri. yellow gladiolus and pom poms and
; ;v' two branched candelabras and two The bride's table was covered witha the club house was decorated in those Seated at the head table were M-C Gifts were presented to former purple snapdralons.JuniorWoman's .
)n ii.! arrangements of summer flowers. white lace cloth over yellow and was
le .''j' The windows were decorated with silkk centered with a three-tiered wedding
' :-.(: flowers and candles. cake topped with a bride and groom Club Entertains Prospective Members at Luncheon .
!Ie ..I Eddie Frampton; organist and and two white doves. Maxine
Ie I Wendy Williams, soloist, presented a Williams cut the cake. The Junior Woman's Club of Starke cloth and was centered with an arrangement gave a brief talk to the prospective There were 10 prospective new
program of nuptial music. The punch table was overlaid with a held their annual luncheon for of fresh summer flowers. members about the activities of the members present The regular
Ricky Wolfe served as best man. white lace cloth over yellow and helda members and prospective new Fresh flowers were used around the Junior Woman's Club. September meeting will be Monday,
rt : '' Ushers were Tommy Francis, Kenny punch bowl, chocolate groom's members on Saturday, Aug. 28. from punch bowl from which punch was The membership committee gave Sept. 13, at 7:30: at the Starke
, .. Thomassen and James Dorminey. cake, nuts and mints.Phyllis Charmi- 10:30: to 12;00() at the home of Mrs. served In the breakfast room. the prospective members a booklet Woman's Club.
>'l! ":" bearer. de presided at the punch bowl.
Scott Williams was ring Robert Autry. Club President, Kitten Denmark explaining the club's purpose,
a Genene Whipple attended as The couple are residing in Hampton. membership qualifications etc.

matron of honor. She wore a pink lace The refreshment table In the dining ---- ---- --- --- --- ,--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---.---.---.. .- --.....
gown with matching jacket and car- Tho bride Is employed at Sears in room was covered with an off-white w< wn4rWM w ..<*jjJJ< iwi- r qfr qi < 4IJIJI; "l flqnq\.lll..I.83\Jf\.iJ.\ ..iI
ried a bouquet of pink, blue and white Gainesville. The groom is employedat I ,
- silk roses. Scotty's In Gainesville.
Attendants were Janice Thornton, The Holidaysare
... -T Donna Dorminey and Joy Carolton.

They were attired inblueqiana gowns r At One With The
.with matching blue lace jackets.They Times
carried bouquets of pink, blue and Family
Tarha Francis and Denise Williams

, were.flower,.girls. Great Americanc' Because
'11 ".1 I -r are
I Given in marriage by her father, you

r fi T.I-I '3 ''thcobrideiwpre'.a. ';j.1;: white chiffon! ,and *r: :'.i.17f if 1" J .*. "M-',......"'..;" --, ". ,"".-."

? Work Force all together

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or ",h, a,' fommy Reddish H I Ii

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U'Irl'o\: ",,,, "MI ;"Lorna Leacure,
tot I. toeI" Tommy. Reddish:
li&1 IaHJn 10. Told
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\111 ur "N .tlgllreL ..Mr"..../... :rI." Claude I. Leasure of
.!)1i1..u'. ", Tampa announce the engagement of
their daughter Lorna Mae. of Starke;
to Thomas Allen Reddish, son of Mr.
hal tr| .,.Ii{ I .,"and Mrs. Drew F. Reddish of Starke. The pirlt and warmth of this pecial occasion cuss be captured in u photographic -
I iI I !1 t'The (wedding is being planned for rt'' portrait.Let .
.n. ,.' ? ., Jan. 15, 1983 (the date the couple met will beCLOSED
four years ago) at 'the First United ?.s u..help make It a memorable event CALL: TODAY your 1I1'I"Jln-
Methodist Church. for meat to hate your FREE ftxlOATTKAL COLOR .nWTKAIT taken.
Miss Leasure is employed by Ter-
wilWgaflMoton.Jnc.' and Mr. Reddish Labor Day
Handyman You need not be a cutomer-you At not hove to open an account or make adepoftlt. '
: owner/operator
is Sat. 4
Fence Co. September .

Mon. September 6 .
Annual Herndon/Bennett I II tt'lthlnSOdtt)*,you Mill be able to return und lcl 'ctour free I'lIltnt.t.\t this '
t1 .. I,fr' and will Re-Open Tu..., S.pt. 7 time you may purchase fuklltlonal portrait at '"IHdullc"| prUwft but! you
.i Cookout Labor'.Day arc under no obligation to l rlV :.
1:0 .11'' A Tribute to all on
lei l :r.!' Hulon Herndon and "Buster" Bennett Thin. (. our Holiday lift tttyim our oi.tonicn. ami the coinniunlly we acr -c.
: will have their annual Labor Day

CookOutMonday.Sep.8attheHft'ndon One free portrait per family,pl"aIOC.
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c / home in Lawtey. this Labor Day 1982We
'" ;. This cook-out has become a tradir -
h ....... :, lion for Bennett and Herndon and will
on ,,,,tr.:: include smoked fish barbecued are attuned to the spirit and meaning of this day set
nd ".!:: chicken, and fried chicken. life want to tnvttt you In fora .
Friends and neighbors are cordially aside to honor the working men and women of America. FREE family portrait too. THE PERFECT HOLIDAY GIFT

invited to come out and "meet and Our bank, too has grown along with our community A. an Introduction to
i _',;- greet their neighbors," according ton the type of HnIk. w* provide and
through application of that same philosophy of service and CALL ....
:..,.:.: Herndon. Serving will begin at 2 p.m. neighbor already enjoy. : .7'.ao
In .."(,.. and everyone Is asked to bring dedication to tasks set before each of us. your for your appointment
n .y.,1>> ;, covered dishes. See you there.
u .'"... neighbor In the performance of these daily tasks, we continue to
,. *. CALL ,....7830 for your appointnwat
n i* meet the needs of the people as a full service bank. We

Open House grow as our community prospers in the finest American Ask for Portrait Desk

Honors CandIdatesI tradition. Photography Dates: "pt 14 through Se... ISPtotsgrapby

*, Tuesday evening. August 24. an hours: 3 pm-8 pm Weekdays 10 .j v5pn fJtenJjy

House,was sponsored by JuleKll.'i rtamgrap Location 811 Sent. Walnut ..hatV'
H Miller and Jeane Loper at the home "
State BankBradford
'8 or! ) ": of the Ulterv Community

Ir b'l v WIII'ia//.bl Becker All guest, candidate were Introduced for School to Board.Judy Square Shopping Center Community! State Bank
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p iqt)?, Dulnct 1. and Jerry Lawson can- Member F.D.I.C.
didate for School Beard District ..US 301 South.Mark
Information was resented and
I IL si.-tt r questions were answer**! on a per- .Mewbe.D.LC.
*ed! zonal contact basis. everyone; felt
belter informed on issues ddcu .ed.

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Denise Akridge.( --' Did YOU Know ..........,." --- \ :\. .. --p... -

:. Richard Alvers I I rTTr4 Mrs. Olin White and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J M. Blackshear and Mrs I. !Mr and Mrs Jphn anKoolberJ
Engagement, ? I I'h' Larry Whit of Starke and Mr. and H. Jennings .attended the Woman's of Winter Park. former Star!
? .. .. council residents: were Sunda>' visitors\ of AS
:: J* < W > Mrs. Mike White if Atlanta spent the Club district four president's
weekend at Sanibol Island meeting last Thursday in Crestview. and Mrs K R ChistnlUJJUimjMJpmimJimiiumWf
4 G. Xkndgc 01KI.'stllr"
Mr and Mrs. Edgar
% Heights are happy to announce ... ..- .-..- -.
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the engagement and for
incoming marriage of their daughter, .l'! Vote & Elect
Valerie Denise to Richard Earl
Alvers, win of Mr. and'MrJack H.
Alvi-rs, also of Keystone! Heights. :
The wedding date is set for W.R. Bill
September 25, at 7 p.m., in Ihe .
Community Church with # ,,
Keystone the Rev. Buddy Fricdlm officiating.A __ .. '!"j"'v,'
reception will follow in the church :, 'r ALDERMANCOUNTY
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hall.The bride-elect is a 1982 graduate of
Heights High School and is : < .
presently employed at Millers Super .L :;.';; COMMISSIONER
market. \
The bridegroom-elect is a 1979 V47a Pi" fI
i District 4 Democrat
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graduate'of Keystone Heights High -, }
School'and.attended St. Johns River
Junior College:iin PalaUta. He is now /
assistant 'manager ,of Pic 'N Save Valerie Oonisc Akridge Your Vote & Support Appreciated
Itkhu'd Karl: Alvors
Drugs in Palatka.All .
friends and relatives of the couple -
are invited to attend.

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Wayne Teresa Wilkinson Hosier : Save up to 64 % !

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Wayno Wed WilkinsonTo Sept. 25 CIF+WARE SPECIAL t tr tt +

PURCHASE! r ; "ar
Announcement is made of the approaching -
marriage of Teresa Ann '
Rosier of Starke daughter of Lora L. 88
Cooper of Montrose Mo. and Pern F:
Bricker of Stotts City, Mo.,to Edward : -i ri
(Wayne) Wilkinson, son of Mrs. $15 VALUE .
Katherine Wilkinson of Starke.
The wedding will take place Saturday WlTr' '
Sept. 25, at 6 p.m. at 1201 Johns pelt// l LOOK PATIO CHAIR ,* ,o,
Drive, Starke. .,.", p Tubular aluminum frame. 'rx '
Miss Rosier is a graduate of Brad- S av ..: : f\ Comfort one-piece design. ,-
ford High School and is employed as a \, Folds for storage. Beige. "
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nurses technician at Bradford County 11 .

Hospital.All attend.friends. and relatives are invitedto 3.05 save 38% 1: Th


Mrs. J. C. DukesCelebrates BirthdayLittle I 3 WERE I 2 WERE 1 WERE$ WERE !

Misses Stephanie Dukes, 12, wBS 15-88 1.59 13.88-t4S8
and Kimberly Dukes, 11. gave a sur 1ST QUALITY ORIGINAL. LEVI'S LITER,PEPSI, ,24" GRILL OR

..' 24 prise, fgs birthday tteir, #. ther.liM party| Tuesday.'a C.,Dukes Aug,*1J '1 crop,weight 14302.; cCt1GtrtC\rnl\ $If' htN; jBee ; DIET,PEPSI( OR. HiaACHI' W/LEGS r ..... -
at th*'homP'ot CJhelr grandparents, controlled. Styled with bar-tacks & pockets. MOUNTAIN DEW sz '1g
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler on N.
Broadway Street. ;,, .,' save 4.05

I room The was refreshment covered table with in a the lace clot :; ":/ 8 3
and centered with decorated birth- [ 1m 7
a ; .,. .... FRUIT Of ._:LOOM.,
day cake. The girls used silver appointments '.,',, -- WAS 4,19I WAS 44.88
the table.
Twenty guests on enjoyed the occasion efts: "/,';,i. ',, kr I 4 ROLLS TISSUE VINYL CHAISE
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from 3:30 to 5
p.m. I"-1 330 two-ply sheet 11 positlon.Viny'lltdjrig,
Mrs. Dukes was presented with a rolls. So soft & steel '
gentle. f fame,'headrejlj; tr.
pair of bedroom slippers from her : :..."
daughters as a memento of the occa-
sion. (Paid for by pennies,nickels and f \ CANNON_
dimes had saved
they up.) *'K tr J9112fN

Junior Class
4 ;u* r a '1Y tattayAI
Back to School DanceThe .tt..

first BHS dance Junior of the Class year will on sponsorthe Satur- L:1 ;: R, ,')'ii:t '9 'K'f.

day.Sept.4, from 8:30 to 12:00 at the f. f[s37r f."S ./'
Bradford High School Cafeteria. I : .
All the fun, action and dancing will i I m ),.,, f' tf31m.,
1'N.; IIJjtti f ?tUt)'!
be alive .
kept by a professional disc '," '
jockey and the drawing of door prizes. ,......., f,.. : f&tqQ8:'"
Door prizes are being donated by n/
Family, Sunshine Hair Designer, Mac's Music : : _ I_ : t _______
Shop Florist, Montgomery tise _
Wards, Bradford Square Florist, 97 T-SHIRTS | SHIRT BATH TOWELS ,; i'1:: i dl
McDonald's, Powells Dairy Freeze, 3 328TSHIRTS96 WERE2F *-A 2/$71' 1'8'8. i : 1 og1q 0
Captain Bullington's D's Pep-O's Gift Shop Office, Wilson's Shop WERE 618/ $10 VALUE '2d:8t: } +ill: WA889 1 -WAS .6Q1I aT
TOWELS .,, a a f r bus
miss all the fun be there,admission 278 596 WERE
is only $2.00 stag and $3.00 WEREAS8 3,88 $10 VALUE 20" BOX FAN MOTOR OIL 11,OZ.

drag. MEN'S 3PACKUNDERWEAR BOYS' 3PACKUNDERWEAR MEN'S ACTIVE WASH CLOTHS 2/$3 Hi-Impact molded safety Protects your engine. Inhibits rust. Huge 1color
COORDINATES WERE 2834 grills Carry-handle. One quart size. assort. & white!
4 2% '- .rIFRf
Marlene Campbell, J

James Gladieux : ; 39 3/:1
Plan Oct. 9 WeddingMs. r ._ :
t. g WERE .1-99 1 0
Marcelene Campbell of Hamp- REVLON FLEX r. BIC PENSSHAMPOO
ton announces the. engagement and OR SCHOOLCONDITIONER
approaching marriage of her "
daughter;Marlene Victoria, to James ; j SPECIAL Sa Ve't.
Brien Gladieux of Lawtey.The y, ,.,.,,, 16 OZ. Reg. I' One Fine Point + -w
wedding Is planned for Satur- ._,_ Or Extra Body' Two Free Med. Point J
day,Oct.9,at 7 p.m. in the Community ::i
Church in Keystone Heights with a health, beauty, school needs!
reception following in the FellowshipHall 988
adjacent to the Church.All Note Book Filler Paper. Ban Roll-On Antl-perSPlrant'179
relatives and friends of the cou- 5 Hole 200 Sheets. WAS 1-it9'.??.. 2.5 oz., WAS ...
ple are invited to attend. Wirebound 2 Johnson's Baby Shampoo -f. 79 WAS
4 4 4 4',' Theme Book,Subject 80 Sheets, WAS 449.sge 11 oz., WAS 229::............... ....I

BPW ClubMeeting 5 WERE TO688 WERE- :84" Crusader In.,Typing 60 Sheets Paper, WAS 498..O5 OA8V4x11 *e Llsterlne 18 oz., WAS Antisepticfl A47-. ................:I 39 GRANS LB.

Duo-Tang Portfolios, Oil of Olay Beauty Lotion, J29 CHLO INF
Held BASKETBALL MEN'S HOPSACK Pack of 4, WAS .-6t;....................... 6ge 6 oz.. WAS&20.................. ,H1 a
PacMan Wire bound Theme Jergens Lotion 10 OZ". Reg. *33
The Woman's Starke Business Club met and Thursday Professional -, Men's 7-12. boys 2'11- Slip-ons or oxfords. Book, 50 Sheets WAS 449-.. .........6ge or Extra Dry Skin, WERE 1-.16-, ""'
26, In the board room of the 6, youths' 10-2. Crepe soles. 712. Vinyl 3-Ring Binder; Colgate Toothpaste 9 oz. *. 49
Aug.Chamber of Commerce Building. 10x11Vi In., WAS+69......................6ge or Wlnterfresh Gel 8.2 oz., WERE 480,. I
t Miss Della Rosenberg, president, . . ,
presided.Program. -

Women Lucille Shuford in the was Last on'Advancernent.of directed 10 Years.by" '. Mrs.. When it comes to price we don't kid around!

X Td OglobySehoolloQI'. ..229 Convenient Locations I Starke 312 W. Madison Street ].

y :f District2"' : ;, to serve yowl! : .. _

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I .,:l-.; :: Sheila Searcy, Dewayne McBride Wed' [ 1

MII ''laS, <>arty' daughter of Mr. and! US UMll'If.' !, ,'.. ., .. ,...."
........ Mrs. Willie Swirey. .Jr of Starke. and The maid of honor wa.Juanita. ''Beltersnn ( : \' (,. ( '. "'!!"f {; *
i wayne McBride son of Mr. and sister of'the bride. The ,! -1 "
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Mrs: James; Green of Starke. and bridesmaids were Sadie McDuffic( I '," ., ',, \ El ec t .
1- :Martha "''Uriduiif Gainesville, were Katrina Brown, Pam Boswell, Joyce ".. "I I, kMW I
united |I" Holy Malrinion, Saturday, Searcy, Phyllis Cuffee, Elaine Sear-;: /Ii. 'I
July 24, in the Greater Ui-thlehem cy, and Tonja Shea McCloud. '" ': :', t, if
Free Will Baptist Church in Starke, The flower girls Miriam R" \ '
were illyI' "
= with Itev "f ,.:" ; *
Jasper Williams performing and Yamiko Fountain Little Derrick ; it
the nuptials. Searcy, brother of the bride, !servedas
t:;; Deacon and Mrs, I I. C McCulchen ring bearer ; : v ;t P
$iS sang( the laird's Prayer accompanied Mrs. Elaine Lee directed( I he wed a' I
by Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph at the ding.
piano. The reception was held in the '
Dec. L. C McCulchen served as Fellowship Hall of the Church I
I best man for the groom Willie J. The bride is a senior at Bradford 7 k
Strong, Jr.. Glen Carter, Jimmy High School. P t! _
Sewell, Barry Boswell, Isham Carter The groom Is stationed in the Armed -
.t,-.=,. Robert Tyson and Gary Carter served Forces at Fort Myers, Va.: I' Spengler

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I First United i .
., 1 Methodist Church News

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Sunday the worship service :
will feature an "Old Fashion' 'ping
Along" with special hymns selected '
by the congregation to be sung. : I
The Middle and Senior MYF will : School Board
,meet. Sunday lt evening, at (0 p.m. in'the,
fteg'stratohro is now taking place I o.r. \ I
all children 01 youth in the commnnily
/ who wish to belong to the Wednesday -

4 evening. .... "Children's. ._.. and Youth
-'j t.> fl o anu ttiutii
II Club." The club will begin each v.
Wednesday with a snack supper at 6 District 2 County-Wide
p.m., followed by Youth and
Children's Choirs at 6:30 and Bible
Study from 7: 15 to 8 p.m. At 8 there I X I Pat Spengler
will be a 30-rnmule craft class for
those who wish to remain. If in- .
,-- "' 4 terested call the church office! .
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!Mr. and !Mrs.Paul Jenkins The United Methodist Women will I
hold their first General Meeting since
The Paul Jenkins our summer break Tuesday, Sept. 7,

Celebrate 25thAnniversary The executive at 10 program a.m. board in the will will fellowship include meet at hall.special 9 ;a The.m. I If You Believe A Good School

guest speaker Carol Vegel from the
Mr. aand Mrs. Paul Jenkins Guardian Ad Litem Program, in i
celebrated their 25th wedding an- Gainesville. Refreshments will be
niversary at a reception Saturday provided by Group 4. Nursery Board
Member Should.
night Aug. 14, at their home in available. We are delighted to have i. *
Lawtey.The Carol Stevenson as our new Membership I
Jenkins have five sons one chairman in the U.l\l.W.
daughter and five grandchildren.They The church office will be closed
were included in the 60 atten- Monday, Sept. 6.
ding the gala occasion except one son

who is in Germany, To Woman's Meet Sept.Club 8 ,1 1)) Attend all meetings and workshops. I have missed only *rk

The Newn BurneysTo Starke Woman's Club will hold I heir I four meetings in 8 years. *
Celebrate first fall luncheon-meeting Wednesday
50th AnniversaryMr. Sept. 8, at 12 noon. i
Hostesses will be: Mrs. D. W. Whif-
and Mrs. Newn Burney of fen, chairman: Mrs. Paul Bridges, *
Starke will celebrate their 50th wed- Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. George ;i Vote for Pat Spengler
ding anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 5, Copeland, Mrs. Curtis Edwards, Mrs.L. w
from 2-5 p.m. at Union Primitive Bap- H. Gibson. Mrs. W. S. Haas, Mrs.
tist Church at a reception given by Russell Norman Mrs. George
their daughter and grandchildren.All Roberts and Mrs. Glen Polk, ; 'I, I

friends and. relatives are invited

to attend. .S,,. ,wr tWonlela'.sExcerciseClasses ..;:. M u..,2)Get.allIhe.information) ,: YOU, as Board Member; ,canfgeton; I

.Ta'Nika Celebrates Wilson BirthdayLittle Women's excercise Slated classes offeredby items coming up for a vote, then cast your vote with i I!
the Starke Rec. Department begin
Tuesday, Sept. 7, and continue each ONLY the best interest of education in mind. X
Ta'Nika Dionne Wilson, Tuesday 'and Thursday starting at
daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. Anthony 9:30: a.m. *
Wilson of Gainesville celebrated her Exercise classes will be held from
first birthday Aug.30 at a party at the 9:30: to approximately 10:15: a.m. with -
home of her grandparents, Rev. and Aerobic Dance classes running from
Mrs..H. Hudson in Lawtey. 10:15: toll a.m. Vote for Pat Spengler jf
S The 12 guests enjoyed ice cream Classes are free with no registration -
and cake during the party hours. required. You chould dress com- *
fortably with tennis shoes for danc
ing. I *
Basket Weaving Class

"Set'by, .City' Rec. Dept:,'. Candidates' Honored .t, 3)) Put in as many hours as it takes to stay close to the I I
; Instruction in weaving Apalachian
melon baskets will be given for three At "Coffee- and the in it. Be
system people there when
.weeks starting Sept. 14 and 15 at the Mr and Mrs. James\ Q'Brierand\ you are itif
.i Starke,Department.' k ; Vickie Sparks of Starke hosted a coffee
Instructor will be Georgann Horton: at the O'Brien home Thursday I needed for any problem then work on it. !
'Two sets of three-hour sessions will evening Aug!'26.. to present school ,
be offered-'one beginning Tuesday board candidates Judy.. Becker, If
night Sept. 14, from 7-10 p.m and the District ), and Jerry Lawson;District
other beginning Wednesday, Sept 15 5, to their,friends anI!relatives.
from 9 a.m. to noon.Classes will last' The refreshment table was Vote for Pat I
approximately three weeks. ,centered with a-silk, floral arrangements Spengler IM
9.A20 registration fee will be charged ,.. ,- 1 created by Mrs:O'Brien..1,
to pAyioctoaterials. 'A "I "
., Mrs. Becker" nd' .Mr.: Lawson M
Interested persons can pre-register and
discussed their platforn\r
10, in the Rec. 0
through Friday Sept. responded with thoughtful anSwerstoquestions .
office the old N- 0
Dept. at armory on
asked of,them.
i'4!: and Temple 1-5 p.m.Ave. from 8:30: a.m. to noon,' I 4)) Attend state school board meetings and workshops so f

i. our county can get a fair share of funding and have I

Keen. Bradford County be heard. I was to appear at a subcommittee I IH 1

FRANKWilliams this and did to the low
H hearing year protest I

I state funding to Bradford County. This year the I

I bill called the Tax
Legislature passed a Equalization 8jf
For YOU!

,. wvii Working FLORIDA I Bill, which brought $234,000 into the Bradford County

n House of Representatives School System I

; District 21

i ,'r. Vote for Pat

Prim sponsor worklore legislation.This bill putt ablebodied on welfare to work. ,;
Gives them dignity. .
Prim' sponsor Constitutional' amendment to delete exclusionary rule from '>' ". i I
the state constitution allowing law enforcement officers to adhere only to more
I'moderale federal legislation which provides that If evidence found by an of e I

.fleer Sponsored acting"In and good co-sponsored faith"then that strong evidence'law and is order admissible legislation.court. If You Want A Good School Board I II I

e Helped bring new growth and economic development to Northeast Florida. '
: Helped provide additional funding education. I ; I II
"' Helped provide additional care for senior citizens. Member Who Can Stand on Her Record, :4\
;. e Through working with federal,.state and total' government and its agencies In :
i securing Improved and additional services for the people of the district. '*. i
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Y |e Passed legislation securing: permanent campus for St. Johns Community College Vote for PAT SPENGLER.
t I In Clay County. jWHe i i. B .
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f Helped secure: transportation fund to build.better state roads In district. '' taa, .
Helped keep JEA out of Clay and St. Johns County v' '
"I If need me"
Helped restore death penalty and 'o protect the VICTIMS of crimes. am you.
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led fight to kill gu" ntrol."D PD POL ADV
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:' ")"l\\t ;*1\irvw: '' :"*.',.' Dn.and Mrs. R.!+.Dopson spent the Mr.\anr\ MLYerile( Jd h ol;{Pen.' ..;' Mr. and Mrs. Stan'Lacliut of Holiday Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggern< visited '1 y
ri. ames Starling and weekend eaGeorgaSily.Glery Sor- sacola will be weekend guests of his Fl. were Tuesday overnight their sory-in-law and daughter Mr ::
: /u tle ;pent thelast three logs at La : '. mother 1rq.'P.D. Reddish! "$nd. family /' ,guests of Mrs. Flossie Prescolt. The and Mrs. Robson Duft>'in Hampton.
| : n"Ily, S.Cy. ,: n! ., I < I three visited Mrs. Eleanor Phurston Va. last week.
; : l. *l ';.Sfl Mr. and Mrs. Tony Shaw of X red 09l. by in Macclenny on Tuesday afternoon. . . .
:"i' ('rt.' George W/ Brown Wheatrldge, Col. were guests last School BoardDistrict .::
y of last week after week of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Johns, 2 Michael Whiffen returned to his More Socials Pg. lOA
trip where they visited They all visited Disney World and Jacksonville
( Fair and also visited Mr. Busch Gardens Dale Locke Of Lake Worth was University sophomore on year Tuesday.at . .... L'::
; Brown and weekend guest of his aunts Carolyn .
Mr. and
: X Ted OgUtbySchool ;
j | in Rl>dkey, Ind. Mrs. Lex Green and son Michael Redgraves Gild Edna Wells. Joining Mrs. Janet Turner visited her
{ returned last Thursday after nine the family on Sunday were Mr. ana daughters, Kay and Claire Turner in Board
with her Mrs. Ronnie Prok of Jacksonville. ,Jacksonville;' the weekend. District 2
Td Oglesby days son and family Mr.and over
Mrs. W.II. Green In Tallahassee _______u_ .
School Board rrrrrrrrrrrrurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr rrrnrrorrrrI.n1
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( ', District X Ted Oglesby

I I Mary Ann McCampbell School District Board 2 Stay with Experience and Dedication

I'r district administrator of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of
the Kiwanis Club of Humboldt,Tenn. spent the first of the
the 27th annual con- week with his mother, Mrs. Vergie 4I
1 K International in Barksdale at Hampton Lake and with. Keep J.T.
Texas, Aug. 14-18. their two daughters and husbands In j
Ted Bernie Collins of Boston,Mass was arrishN
visiting his mother, Mrs. Gladys Collins ,
: School Board and sister Mrs. Lavon Drives -
District 2 and family the past two weeks. lie
was accompanied here by Heather Working For You
McGinnis and Barbara Wilkes

Mrs. Patrick McKay On TheSchool
their home in In X T dOgl.sby :
Mo. Saturday after two School Board
\ parents,Mr. and Mrs. District 2 '
in Starke and at their Board
, Springs. ,

District:: 5

Dedicated to Quality Education.

0 Committed to productive use of tax ,.


All the citizens of Bradford Clay and St. Johns counties. '''

Adequate funding for effective law enforcement. J. T. Pmrtri&H :
A fair share of state funds to meet our transportationneeds.

Has Worked Hard to Maintain A Balanced Budget '
Greater emphasis on quality basic education.The .

preservation of the natural beauty and clean air and With Lowest Required MillageA
waters of the area.

Control of the growth of state government; and a balanced
federal budget.

A dollar of value for every tax dollar spent. Pd Pol Adv.Paidtcrby Vote for J. T. Pannri&H
Treasurer N Wayne Allen
i Is a vote for dedication, experince and a

desire to serve the youth of Bradford Co.
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4 '- E.L. "Nook" Norman has been a part of progress in Bradford County i:!

t' l \ '" '7 / l }''t1 ... Road Building over the past four years. j ". ::.:1.aI1

I l, ',1, f.,, .,r< ." ':"'!>.. ::. '" We have: paved Flume and Crawford Roads and are now working on :
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'" ." Speedville Road. "N.f; ; : : -tslB
/ ti Keep a Sucessful man working for YOU. i, .{\;.J\" '" t Jl 'if fft.

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E.L. "Nook" Norman w, ,*te. .' -
Native of Bradford County '- ? ''' ,' ,"-. ... .
Served as /your Chairman of the A VeteranBoard
for 1981 Home owner and taxpayer' ITS j
A family man, wife and ,2 children, 2 grandchildren 7\ .', ,,,- '

: '. : Member of Heilbron Baptist Church ., i :
., A man who knows the value of a dollar and has proven 'his honesty. and integrity a i
If Your Give a ,H Jofabout'Your Tax Dollar in his business

Your Vote and Support AppreciatedReElectA Member of Bradford County Farm Bureau

Man'wjth Common Sense and I will always conduct your Board with courtesy and effeciency and for the
best interest of all the people of Bradford County "

.. ., a True-Public, Servant E.L. "Nook", Norman is a man who speaks the language of our times and acts

with the wisdom of maturityA !$.i

Proven Successful Businessman ;,) I

.t ', F. to the Polls 5
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fl71 5 <''''. > -u, uorman i 'Works Hard Serving 7.7 I
.,: Tuesday, September am to 9 pm

AH the People of Bradford Co. Call 964-6071

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Brooker Town Council will receive an The Hampton Town Council will receive an

estimated $5,458. from the Local Government estimated $5,979. from the Local Government

Half-cent Sales Tax for the upcoming budget Half-cent Sales Tax for the upcoming budget

year. year.

State law requires $2,183 to be. used for State law requires $2,392 to be used for


Of the remainder, the Brooker Town Coun- the remainder, the Hampton Town Coun-

cil proposes to use -0for FURTHER PROcil proposes to use -0for FURTHER PRO-

PERTY TAX REDUCTIONS and $3,275. for PERTY TAX REDUCTIONS and $3,587. for


All concerned citizens are invited to a public concerned citizens are invited to a public

hearing to be held on September 7, 1982 7:30: hearing to be held on September 7, 1982 7:00

P.M. at Brooker City Hall. P.M. at Hampton City Hall.

A DECISION on the use of these moneys will A DECISION on the use of these moneys will

be made at this hearing. be made at this hearing.

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SJ city Commission will receive an
> HT The Lawtey Town Council will receive an
estimated $67,53Q-Jmfr.aml.th":2 ": Local Govern
estimated $9,071. from the Local Governmentm
Half-cent... al"t Tax, for. the upcoming
r I. Half-cent Sales Tax for the upcoming budget
buaget< year. .ro'.'. ,
no ni.how; v/oi '>it;' iv'v'of; I *;:.
State law requires $27,012 to. be used ,for
State law requires $3,628 to be used for

Of the remainder, the Starke City Commission -
the remainder, the Lawtey Town Council
proposes to use -0for FURTHER PRO-
proposes to use -0for FURTHER PRO-
PERTY TAX REDUCTIONS and $40,518. for
PERTY TAX REDUCTIONS and $5,443. for

concerned citizens invited to
All are a'public
All concerned citizens are invited to a public
hearing to be held on September 7, 1982 7:00:
hearing to be held on,September 7, 1982- 7:30:
P.M. at Starke City Hall. .
,. P.M. at Lawtey. City Hall.
A DECISION' the of these will
use moneys ,
,. 'f\\:A',DECISION on the use'of these? moneys will
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be jnade at this hearing. '*!' ';-t'/ I .
be',," made at" this. hearing.. "



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Socials from pg. 8A Brooker' News<< ''!Itll }j.11.'trU..... 1ft I'I'I'I'M....:' : I p"" .ut / '" .'' hI' Kc'frcshim'nW- of pun '}" ,. -'''./,."Jim last
., :. Mi l 4h.ilw.MiU. ,1'oral: LVivfyrihiiluf ('( eclahmker;, .IIv'; 'l.t giC \ il';" Rev and Mrs l'uuntr'lnan
Jv m:, K ,i ;tw0c11r I1:3. rJ ; l I tyjncy Pani.sh, /
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; -1 UyC.K."Sue"lUvlVIK.VI.MI: ; :, Mryltiryjireeii{ ; : grit t.aticnded tho and Tammy Audiews Beverly s; :!, ,MamifVarno.sKcuniprvai; ', Swift Creek Welch; Mary\ : Ann.Andrews arid:,Jean- Mr. and Mrs Cliff Kelly of masking.
recently Mrs. Freeman: is), from net 1 Around Town; Hawthorne ,: was .covered with a'', white cloth Mr and Mrs Sam Lee. River Church were hostesses at a
Mr.and Mrs Jerry O'ltefneare n\ the centered with a flower arrangement. Mrs. II K Stokes and daughter\ housewarming honoring Mr.and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph/ Molt and proud parents of a son born Aug. 20 at After playing several games, prizes Ruby attended the Union meeting at Larry Parrish in their new home on
daughter Catherine Carey, and her the NAS in Jacksonville, Little Jerold were won by Anita Countryman and Mt Zion Church near Lake Butler last Thursday afternoon,Aug. 19. The gift
son Chris, of Edgewater, Md., visited Jerome O'llern weighed in at 8 Ibs., Jackie Crutchfield. The'winners ,Sunday.The table was covered with a white silk
iiii e friends and relatives in Starke, 5'-j oz.. presented the prizes to the mother youth of New River Church en- loth using fall.colors as a backdrop
Gainesville and Brooker before retuf- Mr. and Mrs. Wilson I I Green 1..a.( and after which she orx>np ri t the many Jovnl It nmkout at the home of the

ning home last week daughter Michelle of Memphis, I .NNNti......N.NNYNNNS...............NM...........................
Knroute home to Wesley Chapel Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Olin Parrish of j
from Union Grove N.C" the A.C. Lake Butler, and Mrs..ICslelle Green I 1
Ellerbee's were the Thursday over- of Palatka were the Friday guests of I E. W. HODGES
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Ruby l1od l'M. Mr. and Mrs.I Re-Elect.
Davis. Floyd Smith of Gainesville were recent -
Mrs. Tillie Keene, Mrs. Leona euesls I
Thurston of Ft Myers and Mrs;Abbie Mr. and Mrs.John Cone are the proI
,i Holmes of Tampa and Mrs, Jackie ud parents of a baby daughter born
j 1j 1 Moiling and son Jody, of Bell, were Aug. 21, at Alachua General Hospitalin I
( The Roy Bryants all recent weekend guests of Mr undo Gainesville. Little Jennifer Inez :
Mrs. Jake Keene. weighed in at 7 Ibs. 10 ot. .' I County Commission
.;, Celebrate 50thAnniversary Mr and Mrs. Don McDavid and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Stokes and son "
'I children returned home recently after of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. L O. I District 4
two weeks vacation After several Lewis from Georgia visited Mrs. II. ;
days at the McDavid cabin in K. Stokes while here with Mr. Lewis' ,
l Mr and Mrs Itoy K Bryant of Kockwood, Tenn, they attended the sister, Mrs Lula Mae Baxter for a Dependable Honest
Starke celebrated their 50th wedding/ World Fair, visited In Cherokee and few days. i
anniversary on August 22 Six Flags Over Georgia. A highlight Cindy Lou Countryman is home 'I-
They celebrated with a weeks. vacation 'of the trip was attending the Ronnie after vacationing with her grandparents EnergeticKnowledgeable
beginning August 21 26 during Milsapp concert in Tennessee where the K. S. Johnson's in
which they attended the Bryant family they had close-up seats for the pel'for- Dunedin last week.
reunion in Sandycross Ga and mane. The girls were chaperoned to Thursday, Aug. 2i, Sue Stalnakerwas About County
from there visited friend and a Kick Springfield concert by Mrs. complimented with a stork
relatives in Haxley. Ga., Wmterville, Kenneth Green shower given at the fellowship hall of
Ga., Franklin, N.C. and Charlotte Mrs. John Freeman was the Saturday the New River Baptist Church by SanS S
I NCMr overnight guest,\ t of her sister. dy Williams, Zona Edwards, Winnie Government
and Mrs. Bryant arc the
parents of Betty Blackburn Linda
Smith, Roy Bryant of Starke and Hampton Hilites I
Dorothy Kitchens of Ilobbb, N.M.BIRTHS E.W. HODGES:

Vacationers! ;
Itv Dolores:Moiig Evelyn and Susie Powell returned '

i Phone till-'1I5 vacation.home Saturday They following visited two Marion weeks Has Worked and Voted to Save Your Tax Dollar

Senior Citizens Veltman Mr. and Mrs. Brad Weber,

The Hampton Senior Citizens Club other tralia relatives III. In Cedarville and friends they in visitedMr. Cen- Has Worked and Voted for a Better Drainage

will hold their Fall Meeting on Sept 3, and Mrs. K. W. Riley and
at 2 pm in the City Hall. All interested children. They went on to Marquette,
in a good social activity are Mich. where they visited Tech. Sgt System.
invited to attend Paul Smith and Vicki Smith also with
Jessica Louise Green Aunt Belle Brown Honored the Air Force and recently returned
Mrs. Belle Brown celebrated her from duty in Greece. They all enjoyedthe Has, Worked and Voted for Better County Roads.
Donald and Edna Louise Green of 9Ird: birthday on Aug. 21. Relativesand nice cool weather there!
friends who gathered to honor her Hampton Elementary School
Starke announce the birth of a
daughter Aug. 26 on this occasion included her Correction-Staff EmployeesThe Has Worked and Helped Get All Secondary Roads
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and children, Mrs. Katherine Carbone of name' of Earselene Zimtrx I ;:
Mrs. Alfred Glisson and paternal Roselle, N.J., Gordon and Marion man who teaches the Title I program
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weest of Miami, Frank Brown and at Hampton Elementary was inadver- I' Re-surfaced.
Green, all of Starke. son, Steven,of Winter Haven. Also at tantly omitted from last week's. list of
Jessica is.now in the NICU unit of tending were Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh school personnel.
Shand's Teaching Hospital for Brannen of Bedford Lake, Mr and The name of the cafeteria employeelisted Would Like to Keep Santa Fe Swamp in its
premature babies and is expected to Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hampton, Mr. and as Betty Smith should have
be home by mid-October. Mrs. Don Griffith and Mr. and Mrs. been Betty Stone. We are sorry for

Evanllwaynellardee Topliffe Small Griffith of Jacksonville.The of Starke., and Tommy these errors.School Begins Present Form. E.W. Hodges Feels God createdthe

celebration was held at The opening of the school year on
Darlene and Dwayne Hardee of Golrlhead Branch State Park with lots Monday, Aug, 30, went very Santa Fe for and
Swamp Hopesto
Starke announce the birth of their of good food which included a smoothly. The big majority of Purpose,
son, Evan Dwayne, in Alachua decorated birthday cake. students had all requirements for
General Hospital in Gainesville, Aug. Other August Birthdays entering school and seemed to be hap- keep it for the for which it was
29. August 20-Freda Mitchell was 8, py to be back with friends and purpose
Paternal grandmother is Ethel David Meng; August 21-Henry teachers again.
Hardee of Starke and the late Luther Rhoden was 9; August 24-Amy Labor Day Holiday Created.
Hardee. Maternal grandparents are Williams was 15; August 25-Tracy Monday, Sept.6,is a school holiday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Luke of Youngblood was 12;August 28-Angela Teachers and students will-\ ]have ,,11, ''. :Jltll\WI'fNtlhf41, .!
Heilbronn Springs ---../ .. v Thomas turnedJfi 'send..:j!elebrated 'janolttei! iel1i* g day. > I .- -- ,. ., .
,with a party; August 29-Defifee Curt, picler.'w .._,I
was 11, Cindy Frey was 11 and Ruth Mr and Mrs. Nathan be Vote W.
Meng celebrated. August 30-Verdis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiggins 'j tO Re-Elect E. HODGES
Hawkins and Dink Baker had bir and family at their home in Hampton PII POI.ADV
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Jim Crews for State Senator. t problem. The minimum j'' if yotfrequlre.moxipum
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deposit is $20.000. This CD liquidity as well,as maximum

Last year in the Senate, hankers tried to take the 18 per- r offers because you maximum you can withdrawyour liquidity safety rotes--provided and federal by guaranteed insurance

cent cup off interest rates. funds one week after y '--come see us about our
[ :! deposit. Just as important, new 7-Day Liquid CD.
there is no risk because the rare 4 Visit your nearest Fortune office
Do you want to pay up to 45 percent interest for a new I. Is guaranteed and s
your deposit r i. any time and see how our
car, farm equipment or kitchen appliances? is fully insured by the F5LIC, ,; many new products and services
an agency of the federal can help solve your other
government, to $t CO,000.e financial
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Crews will
Jim fight to keep a cap on interest rates. '

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Tornado Talk..... New School Year Brings Changes to Bradford High 1

tl' k' by Kelli Carver TJ .re's a fantastic new Bradford Good Luck Guysl! ftl I tivities in which money Is raised to
4 With the new school year there have High School news snow on WPXE,it's benefit them.
been quite a few changes, Including anew < called"Tornado Watch 111"I I The show The first dance of the year will be The Key Club Is planning a get-to-
grading scale which has raised so was designed to Inform you of all the held this Saturday, Sept. 4, sponsoredby know each other Bar-B-Que for all the
It will be harder to make an A B or C. latest haoDenings at B.H.S. It'. host the Juniors. It will be held in the old and new prospective members. It
? l l It will be much harder to maintaingrades Bernie AEridge, along with Mary B.H.S. cafeteria and will be a lot of promises to be an exciting and fun
tlltpit4. but maybe It will make us Watterson and Mike Christmas, make Fun!I 11 f The money made will go afternoon. There will be swimming at
work a little haidert The scale is as up a great team t 1111 t I I The show Is on toward the prom, so let's groove! I III l 1! Kingsley Lake, a barbeque dinner
follows: the air every Sunday at 12:35 p.m.. catered by Fatboys of Starke and
M to 100 A85to93B other local businesses furnishing

Tuesday, Sept. 14, Freshmen, The juniors this year are already on desserts.
76 to 84 C Sophomores and Juniors will have the move planning dances, fund raising guests speaking at the
70 to 75 D school pictures taken for the year projects, and the prom. We hope bare! will be members of the
69 and below F book. Don't forgetl 1 this will be a great year!!II t Club of Starke their spon-
sors, and s> 1e athletes from the
J Another change is a new tardy The football Jamboree is tomorrow Clubs and OrganizationsThere University Florida who are
'.f policy which will make us all hustle to night In Palatka. Co-captains for the will be a new process of get- members of the Circle K, a college
h aT .J Pa class. Instead of having four tardies, team this year are Emmett Watkins, ting clubs started this year. This process version of Key Club. For formation
JI. like last year, we will now only have Dale Buchannon, and Kenny Wright.It will be told later when the new about Key Club contact Mary Walter-

_.-MM__'a"" ,,, ..."..........u three tardies before we're the proud procedure has been announced. son at B.H.S.
recipient of an unexcused absensel I looks like a Rood year ahead

I. Private Property Awards Presented bv Realtor'sMrs. Anyone interested in getting into
the Science Club should contact the The T.N.T. (Tornado News Today),
Kay Waters,center,associate director of the Bradford-Union Board Sponsor,Jerry McGriff in the Science the school newspaper, has returned -
I of Realtors, presented the private property awards to Mrs. Margaret Moore, Youth Program Set atA Methodist ChurchSeveral Department. You can also contactMr. !
j right, and Terry Gaines representing Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Williams. McGriff if interested in getting on Hopefully, there will be eight Issues
j Mrs. Moore won for the improvement of the exterior of her Reno area unique program for elementary field trips are planned for the tennis team. this school year. The staff will be
I home. Mr and Mrs. A.C. Williams won for the interior improvements made and middle school youth will be offered the fall that will complement the total receiving T-shirts and hopefully a lot
: to their home. Bob Harris of Affordable Homes won for the commericlal ex- by the First United Methodist program. The Key Club, which is also a fan- of support from the students.
. terior division for remodeling the former Ben Rowe home on West Madison Church in Starke beginning Sept. 22. tastic organization, is open for Subscriptions to the paper will be sold
I Street now occupied by a legal firm. members. This high school service along with the annual. The staff has
at 6
: The awards were presented Aug. 19 at a dinner at the Western Steer The program will begin p.m. organization serves the communityand new ideas and a lot of new faces to

. Steakhouse.by local merchants.Each division winner was presented a plaque and gifts donated with music supper programs., followed At 7 p.m.by the age church group Community NewsBy school by having fund raising ac- take pictures oflll I 1

I Donating prizes were Badcock Furniture, Denmark Furniture, Sawyer- will sponsor an Inter-denominational Elizabeth Walker -
I Slade Gas, NuWaves, Sonny's Bar-B-Q, Western Steer Steakhouse, Wilson'sFlorist in-depth study of the Old Testamentfor Phone: 964-6683
: and the Starke Paint Center. different age levels. Following Bible KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
I "The Bradford-Union Board of Realtors study, an arts and crafts recrea-
congratulates the winners and
, The activity sponsored by The Con-
tional hour wil the evening
hopes more people of Bradford and Union Counties will plan ahead to next cerned Citizens of Bradford County
year's contest and take before and after pictures of improvements they activities.
any Cost will be $10 for the entire Aug. 28 was a success. CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
I do, residential or commercial, and enter our contest in 1983," says Mrs. There were 300 people attending the
semester which will end in
Waters. "You could be ,
a lucky winner, too. December. Special discounts with barbecue and crab-eating. 175 were

families with more than one child and present for the disco dance.
Lawtey NewsBy scholarships are available. The activity was enjoyed by all. SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE

Elizabeth Terry Cecil Hardee and other relatives. spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman
Phone: 782.3300 After spending two weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. spent the weekend with their son and BACK PAIN SEBrTB WHIPLASH
mother and sister, Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Fred Moore visited her sister daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Reggie (BACKACHE) (Ku (AUTO INJURIES)
CHURCH ACTIVITIY: Mrs. Linda Cur beaux, and Mrs. Miss Rachel Boyer, in Jacksonville on Norman, of Ichtucknee Springs. NECK PAIN T8k NUMBNESS OR PAIN
Northslde Baptist Church had their Jeanette Scott, returned to In- Thursday afternoon. SHOULDER PAIN UTy' IN ARMS OR HANDS
Vacation Bible School August 913. dianapolis, Ind. on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Birthday Fellowship Dinner was
They had an average of 187 each James Henry Smith of Indianapolis their brother, Eustus Kelly at the held at the First Baptist Church on HEADACHES JUT
night. The children enjoyed their Indiana, son of Henry Community Convalescent Home in Sunday evening, Aug. 29. Those (MIGRAINE) fW. WORKERS COMP
lessons, games and crafts. Their com- Smith, is spending some time with Gainesville on Saturday afternoon.Mr. honored on this occasion were those
mencement was on Friday, Aug. 13. them. and Mrs. Ben McCulley were having birthdays during the month of PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
They served sandwiches and drinks Mr. and Mrs. Hernie Kelly spent Saturday overnight guests of their August.
afterwards. from Monday until Friday at their friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Mrs. Jim Haga and Miss Elizabeth MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
Missionary Baptist Church had their home on Bedford Lake near Keystone Jacksonville.Mr. Terry attended to business in Fernan-
Vacation Bible School Aug. 16-20. Heights.Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade and his dina Beach on Monday.Mr. CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED"The

They had an average of 62 each night. and Mrs. N. J. Strickland of father, Mr. Lester Slade of Hampton, Doctor of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine,
The children enjoyed their songs, Suwannee, visited their aunt, Mrs. O. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston on tended. and Mrs. Fleam Starling at- But Will Interest His Patients In TIle Care Of The Human
the funeral of his brother Mr.
lessons, games and crafts. They serv- J. Anders on Tuesday. Friday afternoon.Mr. ,
In And In The Cause & Prevention Of Disease"T.
Norman Starling, on Monday, Aug. 30 Frame Diet
ed Kool( Aid and cookies during the Miss Sheila Wilkerson celebratedher and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison and
week. Their commencement was Sun- birthday at her home on Wednes- family of Jacksonville visited their in Lakeland. EDISON

day night and they served a covered day night. There were nine persons parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
LAWTEY DIXIE YOUTH ASSOCIA- 24 Hour Answering Service
dish supper. present. Wilkison, Sr., on Saturday. Emergency
Grace United Methodist Church Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Edwards was honoredat TION will be holding their September Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Saturday 9 to 2
had their Vacation Bible School Aug. Daisy Boch and granddaughter, Jen- a surprise birthday party Sundayat meeting on Thursday, Sept. 9, at 7:30
2327. The children enjoyed their ny Boch, of Alachua, visited Mrs. Kingsley Lake Center. She is p.m. at Lawtey Elementary School.
lessons Griffis and and Mr. her 90th Officers for 1982-83 season will be
songs, games and crafts. Maines family celebrating birthday an- 473-3604
Many thanks to all the teachers, and Mrs. Virgil Griffis of Palatka, niversary. The party was given by elected at this meeting. All concerned DR.
helpers and parents who participated Thursday until Saturday.Mr. her children. Many happy returns, parents should attend this meeting.We -DR.. LOUNETTR EATON HWY. 21 N.
i to make or Vacation Bible School a and Mrs. James Anders of Mrs. Edwards. need your support.
fine success. They served Palatka spent<< Saturday afternoon -- ,
refreshments afterwards. with their mother, Mrs, O. J. Anders.Mr. .
PERSONALSMr. and Mrs. Gene Douglas of

and Mrs. Danny Phillips and Mims, stopped by on their way to ,,. .. .. '
their mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Hendersonville, N. C. for a visit with ,
spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar .._ &tZe '
Fate Redd in Macon, Ga. Mr. and Carter. DQQMIv. ) [ )

Mrs. Phillips returned home on Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended :
day, Aug. 27 Mrs. Phillips spent the Annual Meeting of the Sapp u"rD"U aw
another week with Mrs Redd. Cemetery Associaltion at the Raiford
Mrs. Mike Crapse, Jr., and son of Community Center on Saturday at STATE REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRAT
'=: Hinesville, Ga., returned to their noon. IT ANNI DISTRICT 21
,home on Monday after spending some Mr. and Mrs Dave Kelly and sons,
t tune with f parents, Mr. and Mrs. Justin and Brannon, of Jacksonville.

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by Carolyn received from the Service Team last Jr and St. Johns Counties :
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-year> We appreciate all the efforts ." '
Girl Scout leaders in Bradf&djj( the cluster chairmen and know those \k
Union Neighborhood meet Tuesdayito returning will continue to do a great
get ready to start troops. job. Cluster Chairmen this year are as '4/: ;
August 24 the Service Team met at follows; Soqthside,, Laurie Mullins; .' : '
the home of Laurie Mullins to plan for Starke Elementary'Joyce Sutton; You have an opportunity on September 7th to choose the' .
the first part of the scout year, Many Lawtey;;Edna Allen; Hampton, Faye .'
exciting events are already being' Dailey; Br6okep'Kathy Hobbs; RJE, who will represent you in Tallahassee for the
scheduled fox: troops. ., Elizabeth Walker.:>Uso serving on the ,r person "
Leader! and their spouses are plan' tear.) /are* secretary Nancy Odom, 'J' .,,. next two( '. "to
years. ,
coordinator Andrea Abrams '
nine' an overnight at Camp Kateri on Branynie
SepL10+-which is a first tot BU.'Con-, ,,and QSP Chairman Wanda Smith.
tact Andi i JVJjrams,if you. or'your -' .,Registration' nights are scheduled >' ,
assistant are Jnter ite,1., '' In' different places for the conve- want to should have the
The represent you
Most of the leaders will be return-. ''nience of the clusters, be watching. If person t you

Ing this year but many of them'will be you. were registered last year you utmost integrity views which are similar to yours be
in different' program'levels. A big may be contacted about your troop ..
welcometocthe new'Setvice Team, ., starting before the "roundup night". accessible and listen to your needs and have the ',
tManagerDan )Tiemey.. "- We have one trobft Senior 669, ., \
Diane,Joyce Sutton,Laurie Mullinsand :; .already registered, greab. to things done. { *
( enjoyed last Saturday in We are all excited to I be planning ; ability get
Jacksonville at Sawgrass where we troops in Lake Butler this year. We .
!:attended training conference. We are "'providing" the leadership with f fft

'feel we really did benefit from the our own Joyce Wainwright and Cathy If will examine my record of accomplishments and ,
Hicks getting ready to reactivate you,
there Schoenlng
'.day. Also it was really pretty > .'
'and the food was good, as!$ usual. Lake Butler troops. will find that Lee Drawdy
position on the issues you
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,can and will effectively represent you In.Tallahassee.
I Cub Scout Fall Enrollment .:

'By John Schmidt work ty UlUiUbvB, just for Bra the.lUu pleasure,.... l..w.and."excitement ....huu. .'.. I' .,., On September,, 7th vote for Lee Drawdy as your voice in.. ', ,

Pack 73 will be startingits of exploring new worlds. The j
Cub Scout .
with enrollment of parent promises to spend some timeat :"p > .v' ;, Tallahassee. Ii
activities ;
fall '
new members Tuesday night, Sept. 7, the end of each reading session (F. };,,( ,:./ t "
with their in order to
In the United Methodist FellowshipHall talking son > ': \..' .. ,
share in his enjoyable learning ex- .
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To join,boys must be at least eight Scouting is designed to providelots ;..',. '''II> '.0''' >'i:; ,'I\'.) .., ". <"-:;.. : '; '"r..I.\-it'' ','';'".','.*,',!' ,' ..;1'i f'1' >' : ;,' ";" .
years old or 7V4! and In third grade. of fun for the boys/but also to help '. .' : ": .';''!1t Sincerely. 'r. ,.,:' :." '>; :',, : :'...< .x( .J J., .
for in their abilities and .., ' .. ..: ....
There is- no grade requirement the boys grow :. .. ,..:, : .' ,
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limit fa the 11th fitness the outdoors, the home and ; '" \lb. .' "
day. The upper age a.W" >; :;'}: .' .
birthday. Boys 11 years old or 10>!. family, church and school.As 11: ':.:, : i,," ,'" .. ",' ...;. 'J' ,', "f ....
and in 6th grade are eligible to join' their Cubmaster. I expect our \..11,4'' ... :>. !,.; > ', :- ', ; .' .
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ScoutTroop, 70 is Pack Montgomery.The a direct result of their participation in :I .., ,. "., .' . q, ;.., .
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leaders of 73 are particularly scouting .,," 'r >, .1
proud of the performance of ; Please l note, all boys who were cubs : ," .. J. :; '
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our clubs this past year. They earnedan with us last year, but did not join us at ,7 ..... ..... ,,"'.r, ; "
extraordinarily large number of Camp Echockotee for day camp and <-\-;" I"I'\ : "t,. .,. :, .' .
advancement awards, and initiated are not registered for the coming .,(, participation In a new Cubmasters year, should attend the enrollment .,' ,.. I" /.,1 "' 1
Club called the Club CAPER (Cubs meeting Tuesday or assignment to a >.tt'f'y': 1 > "la-. !F' :- >: ..> "nx> O- "

and Parents Enjoying to Reading the Cub-). den cannot be information guaranteed. call John s.r> ,. ;{ ; ,V-,..".,):;',\,,' "' '1 P. O; B X"1172. ORANGE PARK FLORIDA 32073-(904)( ) 269.5115 ;' f 7j'k r' "'. ;a: ... "
Each member'! promises For more -
muter that he will read at least twen- Schmidt, 964-6774. ..' PO. POL., ADV., PAID FOR. BV CAMPAIGN TREASURER N. WAVNI ALLEN ., ,'f' j. ,L rN



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LOCATION: September, 1982 .
TO VOlE for a candidate mark o cross (X) in the blank space at the RIGHT of the name of the candidate for whom you desire to vote.

I House District No. 13 Precincts:

No.3. Bradford Co. Agriculture Bldg. 2nd Congressional District State Senator' COUNTY COMMISSIONER
5th Senatorial District

No.4. Bradford Co. Vol. Fire Dept. ____ _.(_Vote_for_One) (Vote for One) (Vote District for One 2 )

__Allen Cox:. __
No.5. Bradford Co. Public Library -- ----
Jane Bell E.L. (Nook) NormanhDon -
No.6. Residence of Gary Buckley, Rd 225 -' "Pet: Skinner Doyle Conner, Jr. Leslie Whitehead
-- Jim Crews

No. 8A Old National Guard Armory Bill Grant j COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Temple I Ave.No. STATE Jim Senterfitt District 4
Governor & Lieutenant Governor (Vote for One)

9A Southside Elem. School Cafeteria (Vote for Group) Bill Sutton W.R. (Bill) Alderman
No. 12A Chamber of Commerce E.W. Hodges
Bob Graham

No. 13. Terwillegar Ford Motor Company W.oyneMi"son SCHOOLc BOARD: 1 MEMBER

Fred Kuhn (Vote for One)
No. 14. National I Guard Armory,
Jeffrey L. Latham
Edwards Road
Robert P. (Bob) Kunst Arthur Gaskins

No. 15A Brooker Community House .. Gary Bryant
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," a -I'., \.' ..,., ; h j Ted Og.v .' Tat,,1IIA si
7, ,, Fred GoTdsTein. -, ,. ,. ..7'H"''a..tt' ,1:1$ I .' ''''o1V to
-' : ,. .' Maxie Reddish
Jim Smith ;I:, ,
,,0' Patricia (Pot) Spengler

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Ralph Hoben Lawson
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Gerald Lewis J.T Parrish

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House District No. 21 Precincts: 'Y'-:} k ; ':f- "COUNTY i

No.7. Headstart School (Old R.J.E.) 2ndCongre.slonaIDI.trlct 5th Senatorial District fttUSD'' *' <* 2mt ."
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No. 8B Old National Guard l..t U"1 Vet [
Armory, r---: -- Vo---: -P I-.... #1 wjj
Temple Avenue ;: LIen Cox Jane Bell f..L. (Nook) Norman

Don Fuqua I Conner, Jr Leslie Whitehead
No., 9B Southside Elem. School Cafeteria f- Shernll "Pete" Skinner .
Jim Crews
No. lOA Theressa Community Center Bill Grant /*'ro Dlstrictv4
No. 10B Faith Presbyterian Church, Rd 21 STATE Jim Senterfitt --- __(Vote 9rio l),

;. Governor i Lieutenant Governor Bill Sutton _.. rei 1 W.R. (Bill) Alderman I f--I J JE
No. 11. Hampton City Hall .: (Vote for Group) .W. Hodges' "** J 1|

No. 12B Chamber of Commerce Y --' ,:' "'
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No. 15B Brooker House STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 1
Community I WoyneMixson 21st House District
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a i---- Jerry Johnson ,
Gory Bryant .N:

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Friday: Night in Palalka..... .

Tornadoes_ Try 'Jackets, Rams in Jamboree

Bradford High's Tornadoes knocked 160) has been moved to the lineback still battling over the monster spot the best hands on tile learn, John
heads with each other in scrimmages ing slot alongside Green and Sexton Secondary coach Mike Hartley says David Francis (so. laO, and RandyDavis
Friday night (parent's night said the two worked well together in 'Brown,also a starter at running back, (jr., 1BO, who has '
and Tuesday afternoon. This Friday Tuesday's scrimmage. has good natural ability,but Carver is tratmg on defense but also
night, Sept 3, they get to go after Kenny Wright (sr.. 165) has been giving him a battle with desire and puss catching ability.At .
somebody else In the Palatka fall moved back to noHegiiard where Sex aggressiveness. tiht( end Martella
jamboree the final rehearsal before ton said lip'H 'help our team a great "Robert must have been in on 20 170)), David Jones (sr., ] )
the 1982 Mason opener at Macclenny deal" with tirst-year senior Nathaniel tackles today," Hartley said after Balkcom (Cjr..155J),and
Sept. 10.The Coley(165) also playing there.Wright practice Tuesday (jr., 150)) hold down the tort
Tornadoes play in the first and will also play some linebacker wherehe Brad Russell (jr., 150)) and widcoul Across the front BUS
third quarters of the jamboree,whichis started the fall but as Sexton said, Frank Allen (sr., 165) will also see duty 2.way starter Spell,
scheduled as follows at Pal-ilka: "we're having to get people ready to at cornerback while quarterback DonaldThomton ((2W, and!
play more than one position.'* Emmett Watkins sr.., 175) is the qr 195) as alternating w '... .
1)) BRADFORD St. Augustine Defensive tackle is solid Sexton backup safety, to be used only in caw senior Doug Glover (155) 160)f
2)) PalotVo lntrlach says, with defensive ringleader Dale of emergency. Wayne Crihbs ( \IBO> at
3)) BRADFORD Int.rlach.n Buchanon (sr., 210) on one side and Watkins directs the offense with and aggressive junior center, and Em-
Palatka steady senior Steve Spell<< (180) on the Carver as his understudy (this year. Johnson (195)) at center Friday night at the
4)) AugustineThe other. Sexton's praise of Bu,=h non is The running backs if BUS lines up Green will serve as a /
sky-high. today are Brown and Lane, both star guard and Sam: Tyson ',ir., ) and on the field the
starting! pmnttnm are pretty "Right now Dale is 'Mr. Defense'," ting defensive hacks as well! The dy Bret well solidified in most areas by now, the defensive coordinator said after other pair in a foursome of balltotersare <,)r., 215) are also working nostguard last year,
with jamboree performances the litmus Tuesday's offense versus defense session sophomore Oliver Tyson (19'1)) ches. Sexton Is already
test as to) which: players ran per- "He's established himself as one and junior William Salmon ((175)). Doing the pUc kirkmg and Watkins Is the
form best in game situat ions. of the best we've ever had." The wideouts are Allen, Blaine Dval nuops* will be F-anns and .
Defensive coach Mike Sexton said it That's no small statement considering (sr, 170), who Hurse says nos8sse8 starter Kick Braswell (jr.,
best on the eve of the jamboree when the defenses and defenders Brad-
he said Tuesday night, "we're not ford High has turned out through the
ready yet,we hope to be peaking right years. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
about Friday night, Sept 10," which The ends are John Bennett(sr.,J60))
of course, is opening night. and Randy Davis (jr., 160).
In the good news bad news department "They both lack experience<< at that rtBLICAN) PARTY
this week, starting linebackerDon position but they continue to surpriseme
Green (jr., 170 pounds) returnedto with their steady improvement," .1' I Bradford County, Florida
the team and picked up pretty Sexton said of the pair. ,' r* Precinct No.September.
much where he left off alter a week's\ Sophomore Mike Early (175) will '. .
absence but the other starting also work at tackle on defense, and 7, 1982
linebacker, Billy Rehberg went down tight end David Jones (sr., 155)) will '. '
with injury switch over some at defensive end. 'TO VOTE for a candidate, mark a cross (X) in the blank space at the RIGHT of the name of the candidate for whom you
Rehberg (jr., 160), a fast-rising, In the defensive secondary ". desire to vote.
hard-hitting junior who might have returners Larry Long (sr., 155) and
started both ways,tore ligaments in a Eric Lane dr., 150)) are holding down .
knee and is In a cast. He reportedlywill : the cornerback posts while Jimmy : '. CONGRESSIONAL STATE
miss 4-6 weeks and at !feast 2-3 Schoening (jr., 150)) has inherited the _
ballgames.: safety spot and Marvin Brown (sr., 1 ', United States Senator Governor & Lieutenant Governor
In his stead Melvin Randall (sr. 160) and Robert Carver v1>'., 140) are ..: i.
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Football Roster 1982 -
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David H, ----

no llama wt yr. Skip Bafolison.
ENDS CENTERS .' B. P 00 I e. -
.7 Shonnon King 150 11 50 Tornmylohn.on 195 11
.1 RanelyDavl. 160 11 53 Kann"Wrlght 165 12 ::0' leo Callahan
12 Davie!Jona. 155 12 U Woyn.Cribb. lee 11 George-Snyder. .----- -- -
U Randy lalkeo" ISO 11 Vernon Davids
11 Mart.lla Moor. 170 11 QUARTERBACKS
31 John ...natt 160 12 32 Emmett Watkin. 175 12
Wendell Davids
12 Rob.dCarv.r 140 11 ..

70 DoI.Suchanan TACKLES 210 12 RUNNING lACKS I
71 Tony Hili 195 11 \0 Morvh Brown 160 12 r---------------------
72 501111y.on 115 11 42 WIlliam Salmon 175 11
73 T.ddylra.. 170 11 34 OlivarTyson 195" 10 :
174 Alan Stoka. tipob.T f '
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,75 I St....span 110 12 WIDEOUT5 ,
76 Mlle.Early 175 10 5 John David Francl. 130 10
7. Donald ThDmton 250 10 2:1: Frank Allen 165 12 Vote and Elect I
:ee: Ilal".Dyol 170 12 I ,

60 Doug GUARDS Glover 155 12 DEFENSIVE BACKS 1I I
62 Carlton Joh"son 150 11 1:1: JlmmyScho.ning 150 11 : \;
63 DonGr..n 170 11 20 Eric Lana 150 11
64 Billy R.hbarg 160 11 21 Brad Ru..an 150 11 Maxie I
65 Nathanl.ICol y 165 12 24 Rick Bra.w.n 160 11 I
'66 Malvin Randall 160 12 30 Larry Long 155 12

DJ Country Boys 2nd Keystone League I I
---- Reddish I

The 2 b&J Country Boys sportsbred by Duane and Jim Mitzel of Starke. got I
....by.Keystone-Beach.6.4-last.Saturday night.to..take,second place jn. the.
Keystone Heights Jr. Men's Softball League. to I
Country Boys finished with a rec6gdof!1. MwtaMnd losses in thy>league. I yourSchool .. .
For th year they were powered by top hitter Steve Cox with a:.597 average .
and 11i6pr IrliQ,/ -oRoger Mitzel hit .488 and cracked homers and B.J; Board I
Sanford hi'foC 1.41&, Other team members are: Tim Potts Lamar Santo Crawford.Curtis ;
Crawford, Donnie Nettles Donnie Evans, Glenn .nanny. Billy Ghana. I
n"nnv Griffis.Tim Goetzman, and Bo Culverson r "n .tq" I .1 District 2

and ELECT I s. I

n1l0IE.u.or( ,\ ,

] 'ttg'21 .ttB' "OB Jf '-. I Maxie ReddiSh I

.' will work with parents,
"ES.HITE'H EI 'Ori'f."l

I I teachers, other board members to achieve the I

_-! .. '." with the
school resources
!IfIt.' : ....g system I
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f '.; .:f; r;:' '.:"<. !' For County I available. I

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r L' ': : I District Commissioner 2 I Maxie ReddiSh is Proud of his Bradford County I

-. n County At Large I heritage. I

VOTESept. 1 His grandparents were in the county I

--,,, I before the Civil War: I

7 I William Reddish. Mary Andrews James Rosier Rebecca Griffis I

For Les V* I


I Vote Tuesday Sept. 7. I

.0 Home owner and Taxpayer ,
Born and raised in Bradford County for. 1

.Interested in Bradford County affairs .., I .
Member of Emmanuel Baptist Church

Veteran WWII I Maxie Reddish II"

Member of Bradford County Farm Bureau ;
';Member Cattleman's Assoc. .1
Bachelor of Science from Florida State University
Will Be Greatly Appreciated HP*AM
Your Vote A Support ,

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:, >,, 1"' I "'I' +t l "H' Irrr'ty ; '' ."1 ;: Will be Sunday Afternoon in LawteyPlay

-w it again Sam. the number 3 hitter doubled into the Finally, In the fourth Lawtey evened
wr ; woods past right field the count. Honour crunched a triple
Cubs, the Hilliard
The host
Lawtey The Cubs had men in scoring over the right fielder's head with I
Sluggers, and the MiddJeburg Cardinals positing in the first, second, and third out and scored when Bernard
will do just that this Sunday, inning but couldn't get a run across. Williams lofted a sacrifice fly to rightto
Sept 5, when the rain-delayed Cubs An outstanding defensive play by the tie the game. Jeremiah Johnson
Invitational Baseball Tournamentwill liner walked and Brown singled to
Sluggers first baseman on a by put runt
q finish up at the Lawtey Rec. Benjamin Strong kept the Cubs from ners at first and third but Milliard gota
lr r .may q ballfleld. home from ground out just the rains
Williams as
I b4t getting Jerome were
qpkt.i halted last th'r d m' i nn In g three. (.Vnmin0._no...o---------tn end the_threat,
downpour play Sunday
4.. | with the Cubs and Milliard tied 1-1 in a ._._......_ .
semifinal game with Hilliard comingto
bat in the bottom of the 4th. Mid-
T: ;C dleburg had already reached the final ;;
r with a 5-4 win over Hawthorne's
'. "t lG _+ __ r I Angels and will sit back and wait on I S
the winners of Sunday's first game.
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't f Lawtey and Hilliard are scheduledto
replay their game at noon,with the
finals following after a short break. r -
: .r ,i sw !{n play last weekend Middleburg !t
eliminated Reddick's Rookies 9-2 and II
the local Cubs blanked Orange Lake i ii
1j'L 9-0 behind Truman Strong's 2-hitter I Gator Gus Invites You To Watch
for Saturday victories. Then in the
other first round game Sunday
,a Milliard scored twice in the top of the Clemson beat Georgia
M 7r 7th to dump the Jacksonville Colts 54.

.0( ... by The the Cubs pitching victory of Strong was highlighted, who kept I" at the First Game of the Season
Reddick off balance with an assort- I
ment of pitches and didn't allow a
.... base hit for the first 5 innings.. Red-
, ; dick managed a single In the 6th and I
I another in the 7th but Strong pitchedout Screen I
of a jam with the aid of a double TV
I. lIardballldionAt play turned by second baseman Tom- Big
Home... my Honour to preserve his shutout.At .
Action from the l.auley the plate Cleo Johnson was Monday Night !
Cubs Invitational baseball 3 for-5 with a double and 3 runs for the .
tournament which started Cubs, Archie Kittles was 2-4 with 2 September 6 at 9
last weekend and will heeompletelh runs,Bernard Williams was 1-3 with a pm 5

milting, Sunday weather) centered per- double Brown,2-2 designated with 2 runs hitter,! and Willie Willie :I Oh Yea! Gus will serve FREE Dogs |

on homo plate in these two McNeal, Ben Strong, and Jerome (Hot ) at Halftime g
pittiiies.At Williams accounted for RBI's. : i
left second baseman Before the rains came Sunday the I :
Tummy Honour or the Cubs and Hilliard battled on even 4 Jessie's :
I.awtey Cubs slides in well terms. The visiting Sluggers scored Lounge i iu.s.
first in the when the I L
opening inning
ahead of the throw on a .
sacrifice fly to pull the host leadoff batter bunted his way on : 301 4-8080 :

team Milliard into Sunday.a 1-t tie with against Clark,stole Lawtey second pitcher, and scored Benjamin when 4! ...fHta.Nis.N..N.i.....AMHNNNNNti.NN....I

Above, Benjamin Strong .
of the Cubs Is coiled at the ;

Jerome plate Williams while teamate leads off Vote & Re-Elecf.
third base in the same .

Strong a hard promptly bouncer smashed to the- ",' \.'

aN right side but the diving ARTHUR '
4 # Milliard first baseman
+ Y gloved the ball and tossedto
his pitcher to get the
third out and get out of the
., 'ax jam.
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Public NoticeA "- 1

for the ?

budget hearing will be held on

September' 7, 1982 for all in- Best Educatio'nat

terested citizens of The City of '

Starke. The following budget is The, Lowe.stPos'sible: : 'Cost.

proposed for fiscal ,year 19821983.Category .

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My first concern asaBL a d Member.isforJhejBest' ,

Total of All Funds Revenue Sharing Fund Possible Education for.t. our'Bradford 'County children

Administrative $ 285,670 $ 24,625 at the Lowest Possiblelclo} o l y'he' I
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Police "
;'. > $ 327,538 i'..; .i:" ;. $ 15,024

Fire $ 143,041 $ 4,500 will not sacrifice this 'freedom,! ;( ;prtvilege' in exchange -

Recreation $ 110,257 $ 18,164 .

Sanitation & j f.l; ,J. for any 'special---beneJits' #to any pressure I

Trash $ 216,604 $ 16,783 or other personal 'favors.I 1 1I

Street & Hwy .I, ,....;." $ .'} ... ... group any .
168,764' : .... '.$ 18,000

Garbage $ 127,160 : <: I. ,"' ; \ 'I; -0- I Have Not received any campaign n {contibutions. from. ..", any, special. .. interest \$

Therefore I not and do'nott'owe; *
group. am obligated any
The meeting will be held at City

favors, to, any group, of persons. '. ,'I. nrrv ; %

Hall for the purpose of discussionof wJffiyK .. t::6:

the proposed budget at 7 PM. For: i


The proposed budget, may be examined Consistent Decisions, I

'on weekdays at City Hall Based on Facts, ,,' Hand : i

between 8 AM and 5 PM..: All in- ', '......-,. ..'.,,.' I

terested citizens :w ll- have. .the .opportunity Wise Spending Policies ." i

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t comment. Senior Piflr9S.., are en- Keep ARTHUR GASKINSr I

, couraged to attend and, 9mment. My Decisions are Based on the Best, Interestsof

,. All Students and 'Employees of the System
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BHS[ J V's An All Star 1'eumlNorman's


t I: Prep for 41'i Loads Up

:, And Wins.in Jax.

powerhouse women's Softball ballclub assembled under the sponsorshipof
Norman's Farm of Starke rolled to the championship in a 7-team
I With school starting practice for SN rd A? slowpitch tourney in Jacksonville last weekend.
junior varsity and freshman football Norman's, which included most of the top players from their Starkewomen's
( league ballclub combined with girls from elswhere in the area,
: players began in earnest this week
at parlayed superb defense into 3 victories without defeat.
Bradford High School.
o out Norman's opened with a 14-1 victory over the Jacksonville Flames in
Nearly 60 players were for thecombined bm q which they allowed Just 7 hits and made only 2 errors. Those were the last
JV and 9th grade practices
defensive mistakes of the weekend.In .
t. early this week, including most all the ti r a 94 win over the black All Stars of a Jacksonville league Norman's pit,
from last
players year's freshman cher Gayle Lee surrendered just 1 base hit, that to the leadoff hitter, and
.ballclub that won 4 and lost 2. Coaches retired the last 21 batters in a row. Shortstop Vicky Overman of Inverness

are hoping that the winning year for ".- ... .. ,, _, _, __ dove Into the hole and threw a 1-hopper to first baseman Paul Thrift of Mac-
the freshman and the 4-4 for last'year's => -- .z"w '" ---f"'T''in'lo!: '' 'n-'' ''''''''' ''
year clenny to steal 1 base hit.And Lee,the girls softball coach at Bradford High,
I JV's signals a coming tur "Football Is a Man's Game... Yon Guys are Going to Have to be Men Out Here" helped herself by knocking down a couple of liners back through the box and
;t naround Head in BUS football fortunes, Head J.V Coach Rick Stevens, center, told Ills !lth ami Stevens and his JV staff are trying to shape their making plays.
; And JV coach Rick Stevens 10th grade squad members during u dressing down at young charges! into football form for season openers "I've never seen anything like that" Norman's coach Randy Jones said.
feels like work his staff has another good practice Tuesday. Sept.. 16___ JV... .) _and_n.21. freshman__ _m___.. .. "To get 21 batters in a row... it was Just the best defense I've ever seen."
to with.
; group The All Stars came back through the losers bracket and gave Norman's a
: "It looks real good. We've got pretty tougher time in the finals The Starke club scored first in the 2nd Inning when
... much all the sophomores coming Linda Cubbedge tripled and Sheryl Jackson lofted a deep fly ball to sacrificethe
back plus we had 3 kids move in that Sept. 21. First home game I Is Oct. 5 Widener, Willie Wright, Richard Davis, Randy Thompson, Tommy run home.
a look like they'll help us a lot with Middleburg furnishing the opposition Crosby, Chris Kenner, Frank Sheffield Parker, Wesley Thomas, Irving The All Stars knotted the score at 1-1 with back-to-back doubles in the 5th
The JV will again play 8 balfgames, Rusty Sullivan, Andy Nguyen Meres, John Watterson, Keith Gill- but Lee,who combined with Sandra Norman for a 3-hitter, came on to pitch
J a starting with a Thursday, Sept. 16, 10th Jim Nguyen Daniel Duffy, Tony ingham, Brett Russell, Danny Mann- and blanked the Jacksonville team in the last 2 frames.
: road game at Gainesville Hastside.: of grade players out for footballas King, Barry Roswell, Craig ing, Billy Jackson, Stefan Wheeler In the bottom of the 7th Lee singled,Hazel Fuller a former UF Lady Gator
.. The home opener is Sept 23 against early this week (and not on varsity f )
: Gainesville High. cheson are: Gordon Smith, Clint HuL- ,Tony Davis, Daren Chandler,and Mills, Aaron Mathews, Clinton game-winning single with 2 outs to bring Lee across for the 2-1 victory.For .
The freshman will play their first Paul Robert Spitze, Tim Nugent, Danny Jordan. Jenkins,Wendell Shanks,Daniel Grif- the weekend Jackson of Starke led Norman's with 6 hits in 10 at bats
in Tornado scarlet and Causey Doug Samons, Robbie fis, Lonnie Hamilton Drew Davis for a .600 average. Thrift was at .545 and Lee at .500. Lane was the RBI
: games Boone
: against neighboring Keystone grey Robert Bellamy, Barry War The new 91 h graders coming out Eric Crawford, Ricky Nipper,Darrell leader with 7,with Fritz Stoppelbein knocking in 4 runs.Tops in runs scoredwas
: Heights on the road Tuesday night ren, Gerald Brown, Jamie are: Russell Smith, Todd MclA-od, Folk Kelly Bigham,Frank Long,and Lee with 5, while Thrift and Jackson scored 4 runs apiece.
... .. ----.-Whitehead.--,-Chuck Goodowns, Matt... Jeff Parliitn-nt, Keith Kehoe, Ray Mike.Chappcll. : '
,: By the way, the Norman' Farm raffled off a rocking chair and the name
r pulled from the box as winner was Jerry Rowe

I Cross Count]ry Teams are Aiming to Get Better in '82


Coming finishes off their in best District and Sept 18, and the first home meet for da DeWitt,who as a freshman was 4th Michelle Kimutis, Angie Coleman,
Region 5 Bradford
'. years BUS is set Tuesday, Sept. 28,with In the District and 9th at Regionalslast Tammy Mann, and Shiane Roberts;
High's cross country teams are looking -
Jacksonville Lee and Baker County year. She's captain of this year's sophomores Pam Boswell Cheryl of
2; to get even better in 82 as key furnishing the Bradford County Clerk
opposition. team and Marcia Waterson and
girls as a sophomore. Bogle, ;
veterans return to lead the BUS
5 distance runners. Senior captain Richard Warren Other returners for the boys are freshman Leslie Simmons and Allison the Circuit Court will receive seal
heads a list of 8
up returning boys on a senior Curtis Jones, junior Kenny Denmark.
jj: The Tornado boys and girls started Tornado team that was 6th at District DeWitt and Paul McKin-
:: with 2-a-days week before sophomores ed bids to be opened at 10:00: a.m.
practice and lOth at Region. Warren was- the fey, Wade Widener, Eddie Tennant BUS coach George Loper said he's
.last and are after now practicing every first Tornado accross in District's, Calvin Thomas,and Lex Sanders.The expecting some more younger run- on Friday September 10, 1982, in
school Bradford
Sweeekday at ,
placing 13th overall. only newcomer out as of Tuesday was ners out by the first of next week and
Middle School course. The The girls, who were 4th in the Tudy O'Neal. said any BUS students interested in the Clerk's Office at the Bradford
+season opening meet is just over 2 District and a strong 6th at Regionals For the girls junior Carol Fussell running with the team are welcome.
In-vitational last year, have' just 2 '81 regulars joins De Witt from last year's squad Practice starts at 2:45: behind the County Courthouse for a Copier
back as of now. But one of them is Lin while new girls out are .juniors middle school each schoolday.
n un n u
Machine. To obtain specificationscontact

I ;:=- =Sports Briefs Board the reserves Finance DepartmentThe the right to

: Acrobatics Classes Starke Men's Flag Football League Meeting Set September 9 reject any and all bids submitted.

: Start September 13 An organizational meeting is set for Armory for the 1982 men's flag football All teams interested in. participating
: Acrobatics classes taught by Jean 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept, 9, at the Old league. e in the league must have a Gilbert S. Brown
:Reid through the Starke Kec. Depart -., representative at the Sept. 9 meeting.
.ment will start Monday, Sept. 13. Any persons interested in officiating Clerk ofCircuit
Three classes will be held each for pay this year should call Court
;Monday afternoon at 3, 4, and 5 p m. the' Rec. Dept. at 9646792. '
t.with the 5:00: class being for advanced. -
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\,Students onlY---;: tt7
Cost is $15 per month and studentscan
come to sign up at the first class. I
session on the 13th. DRAWDY 7You're

Flag Football LaughingNow.

Signups SetRegistration 4k ....
for the Starke Rec. ",*oun j/olcc
-Department's youth flag football
ague begins this Monday,August 30. iH 7attdauu"A
S Two leagues- one for 6-9 year olds
y;land one for 10-11 year olds (boys and But you'll be crying in December '
)-are offered and the only fee is l
the cost of team T-shirts. Age x when you get your November Utility Bill
IrIS date is Sept 20, 1982. STATE REPRESENTATIVEDemocrat \1
will be held at the Old District 21

ry rec. officj#'g:30; a.m. ttfhooin I .
d r<..5so put" 'ndht Pratt,$t.IMJ ., j.I'. ..'\" _. .' '
'ntetfr0n.3 S3:i PP- Deadline. >of& X

fglUr .Pol. Adv Paid!for by Treasurer N. Wayne Allen
Current Rat. (Minimum Charge 5,000 gallons of water)

gtJ $5.00 Waler -$6.00 Sewer = $11.00

jtS wIPt pibMby'! -s ,, BALLOTDEMOGRAililfciRARTY 45' Increase per 1,000 gallons of Water

n9b ; ". f i I" 1i No Sewer IncreasePrapa..d

I .'9V8'" : Rates


$3.10 Base Rate $3.90 Base Rate

:r. "'.... : $1.15 1,000 gal.
}I, >SEPTEMBER. 7,: 1982REPRESENTATIVE 45' per 1,000 gal. per


.. New Dill for 5,000 gallons of water use
v. : ..

$3.10 Base Rate $3.90 Base Rate

SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT $2.25$5.35 ((5x45') $5.75$9.65 ((5x1.15))

(VOTE FOR ONE) $5.35 Water + $9.65 Sewer = $15.00

$4.00$11.00 = 36% Increase


':' ALLEN COX Not Just Big Users

) TDON FUQUA Sewer Charges Increase While Watering The Lawn...


Elect Bobby BIGGS

If you want more of the same Government that
we are having vote for the Incumbent. He. has beenin Starke City Commission

office 20 years.

If You Want A Change BIGGSTuesday


Democrat for Congress September 14 1982
Pol.Adv.Pd.for.,S E.Montgomery rtnt AM

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To Gator Club "

}1" u. or UM? (;'olliirigs"k' Here TonightGainesville elss.wr E'J-' tit. ; ; ;ttns -a------ 1

yJ p Sun Sports Editor and If :
Editor resident Gator expert Jack Hairston 'iUam F
Sports will when lead the off Starke as first Gator guest Quarterback speaker :

Club gets its season of programs
underway tonight at 7 p.m., Thurs- 1)) Will seek to resolve the on-going debate on the city '. I
It's time. day,September 2, at the Civil Defense D power plant vs purchased electric power. Will try to
The iators! kick off the area college football season against Miami' hatedllurrkuiu's Building North, US-301. separate fact from fiction.
Saturday at 1:30: p.m. at Florida Field while Florida Stale hosts Hairston will give the pregame I
ii scoop on Saturday's Miami game and ;
Cincinnati Saturday ni hl.
The Miami Shootout ?is the first of 6 home games for UK this year USC oilier items of interest. I 2)) Will encourage special service groups, such as the
Sept. 11, Mississippi St. Sept. 25, LSU Oct. 2, West Texas St. for HomwominK McGraw Gator is assistant lined coach Sonny Humane Society and Community Improvement Project, # '
Oct. 16,and Auburn Oct. 30. Then there's the nearby Georgia Florida. brawlat up as guest speakerfor to interests into I
Jacksonville Nov. 6. the Sept. 9, meeting. I forge community on-going cooperativeaction
By the way, you might think using the adjective "hated" up there in PresidentGus Officers for the Club 'this year are: with city government. '
paragraph lis a little bit strong. I'm not so sure from the salvos being fired Kopelousos, Vice '
back and forth between the Florida and Miami camps these days. It used to Secretary PresidentSteve Treasurer-Kutch Bill, Mar-and 13)) Will attempt to nurture in city government, in our neighborhoods and in community institutions ,I
be Florida State and Georgia were the teams Gators dearly liked to whup up
on. Now Miami is right up there as favorite "gator bait" too after whipping chose a sense of urgency to examine the needs of us all that we may together and in harmony -
Florida 4 tines in a row... work for a better city for ourselves and our children.
All Sports Club .
Here's how some Bradford ('ou1I1I311S see Saturday's scrap:
"I "35-17..." said Fred Wheeler after thinking on the issue a few moments. lie Meets Sept. 7 Joe Williams will not remain silent.
didn't say "35-17 Gators", just "35-J7", obviously figuring nobody around The Bradford High School All
these parts would dare pick them South' Florida yankees. "They're due," he Sports Club kicks off its ttt.-83!) : year I
said of the Gators." w il!h a meeting Tuesday night Sept 7.
Gus! Kopelousnx. president of the local Starke Gator QII>> Club,had the same at I the Western Steer Steak House. when there is a need to speak out
J, notion when asked to predict the winner. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. in
"Gators ain't no question about it." he said. "What kind of question is the back room at the Steak House and I
that." 21-14 or 17-14 will be the/ count Gus figures.A all Bradford County citizens are in-
contrasting vote came from Warnl'dkillliOn who likes Miami. "I'll go vited to come down and join the club He will work for the best interests of all the
with (Jim) Kelly," Warney said, referring to the accurate Hurricane signal- and lend a helping hand to BHS ac
caller. Of course everybody knows Warney's a Senilnolf lover. He'd just tivities.! Committees will\ be formed
assume !Miami and the Gators beat each other to a pulp and t tie 0-01 suspect. and members will discuss their goals people of the City of Starke
From down at the Starke firehouse Erie Biggs goes with the Gators 2417. for the coming year. Membership feeis
"They've got more returning starters," he points out, $10 and can be paid at the Sept. 7. I
Bradford High coach Mike Hartley goes with Miami 2110. He likes the .
Hurricanes passing attack versus Florida's defense over the UF running meeting.The Club uses fund-raisers to provide Vote for Joe Williams on Sept. 14.
game against UM's front. improvements in the BUS
Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn famous hereabouts for her predic- athletic department that can't be II
tions has no doubts about this selection: "I'll hit it on the nose for you- through school board funds purchased in For City Commission, Group 5 rora or JI
Gators by 6 points" she said confidently. Of course in true Florida fashionshe today's tight
didn't think there was any question to be asked on who would win. economy. -.- -
"You've got to be kidding, asking me that with me standing here wearingmy
orange and blue," she chuckled.
Down the hall Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez also has to do a little
predicting in his job but he wasn't so sure about this one.
"Oooh, I don't know,"he said when the question was popped. But he finally
leaned towards the Gators (after Handy Jones whispered loudly in his ear to
call it 'Gators 47-0') by a score of 24-17. I HAVE THE TIME

Me? Oh, I guess I'll go with the Gators to break the streak with a 24-20 win
with James Jones plunging in from 3 yards out to cap a game-winning drivein
the final quarter...
Oranges and the frisbee caps on Gator cups rain down on Florida Field as
Jones salutes the crowd with the ball.., TO SERVE YOU

... Laurence Patrick and the whole Gator front for that matter, might be -
saying "I can't get no respect," these days, but he and they, can do plenty to
change that the next two Saturdays with good showings against UM and r
All during the offseason the media has been focusing on Florida's. .
weakness at the outside linebacker spot opposite all-everything Wilber .r4, .
Marshall since starter left OLB Alonzo Johnson was suspended. Of course HONEST :, .
that's the spot Patrick and fellow senior Val Brown are battling over I shar ,
ing (Patrick may see limited time this week because of a sore shoulder). CONCERNED f ,
As a matter,of fact most preseason prognosticators have pointed at the
Gator front line in whole as being a weakness with the graduation of tackle "
David Galloway and nosrguard Robin Fisher. ; ,., ;'-1 ACCESSIBLE ,
Besides Marshall (6-1, 230), who nobody's detracting, the others who ," '
figure to see most of the time are Brown and Patrick at left OLE mitey mite RESOURCEFUL .
Fernando Jackson ((5-11,2071) and heady Tom VVeigman (6-1. 228)) at the in-
side backers, senior John Whitaker ((6-2,252), ) at left tackle, sophomore Alton AN INDEPENDENT THINKERI
Jones ((6-4. 252) and ailing junior Roy Harris (t1\-3. 248) at right tackle,and up-
and-coming sophomores Tim Newton (6.2,266)) and Ricky Williams ((6-0,251))
at noseguard.Even ..
Gator coach Charley Pell has been repeating the verse that the front have been to and J : '
troops aren't as ready for SEC battles right now as was the Fisher / listening you .
Galloway-led unit of 81.

Of Time course will tell.Lawtey's Patrick (Lawrence of Lawtey?) doesn't share Pell's will continue to want to hear your .
pessimism. He thinks the Gator "D" will be just as tough to move the ball t;
against as ever. {I.
"The keys to beating Miami is stopping their passing attack" Patrick said ideas and concerns for education f'
in our interview last week. "They're gonna complete some passes and get ...
some first downs. That's OK as long as we keep em out of the endzone." I "-:- .
The outside linebackers at UF actually line up as defensive ends, but have in Bradford ,
pass coverage responsibility. I'll bet they'll be bringing the heat on Kelly County. .
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some too though. ... .

... By the way, Laurence is still debating on whether to specialize in Because I will be giving up my ;. :
physical education or recreation as a major but says he has just 20-25 class ,

hours"I might left either be able way.to graduate in May, or may have to go summer. I need to teaching job if elected I will have ,
figure that pretty soon." He also needs a quarter interning, probably as a ,
high school assistant.
Lawrence said it's nice to have school back in session for obvious reasons: time to
other students are back filling out the campus,and with classes in the Gators :
practice just once a day, But he admits It complicates things a little.
"When you come in from practice, shower and eat, and start working on
Glasswork for the next day it s kinda tough. It's stressful to concentrate both
ways because football's so much on your mind." Visit schools regularly "
Yeah, football's on a lot of peoples' minds these days isn't it.,. '- ., .: ,
Ride school buses : :
...I see where 2 athletes the Tornadoes are familiar with are playing with i lit .:
the new college football teams in Georgia. '
Tracy lIam, a freshman signal caller from Santa Fe High, is at Georgia .. y
Southern under Erk Russell and hit 5-of-7 passes for 48 yards and ran 7 times Eat at school cafeterias = ,,,
for 43 yards in a scrimmage last Saturday. x
And Suwannee High's Reginald Ford a footballer-baseballer who made a '
bigger name as a 9.7 sprinter on the track team, is at Valdosta State and Research the issues til' ..... .... :
caught 4 passes for 39 yards and a score in a Saturday scrimmage there. I ,
believe former Suwannee fullback and 2-time heavyweight wrestling champ
Donnie Allen is also at Valdosta St... J II :
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... On the United States team that lost by 2 points in the finals seconds to
the Soviet Union in the amatuer basketball World Championships last :
weekend were 3 players with Florida connections. 0 Work WITH YOU to improve our schools :
Guard James Thomas of Ft. Lauderdale Nova High and now Indiana, and
forward Jeff Turner of Brandon High and Vanderbilt played a good deal for tt,
the U.S. and Mitchell Wiggins, leading scorer at Florida State last year was
the top scorer and rebounder for the U.S.team in the tournament... E Z1 -iii.;; : :,

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...The Hilliard team that played in the semipro baseball tournament in r
Lawtey last weekend had a first baseman from Jacksonville who is(get this) Her I '
53 years old, soon to be 56! .
And don't think he couldn't play. He fielded his position gracefully and /1 Yw YrM .
swung a pretty mean bat... .

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A Special Feature'Section' Contaimng'Informatire I tarns*.* \\y.l1ltAII IJU'tJI 'h.t.h....o. The Union County

n- : That Affect Residents of Bradford, U.ionand Clay Counties*
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Some girls are just made for jumping Stephanie O'Steen of Theressa, the Ai
during a day at Brown's, GymnasticsStudio I
tr. bouncing twistin', and turnin1One
pig-tailed girl in these
of Gainesville where she takes
I such flexible youngster'( is photo's. She's pictured with friends ,
___ .. gymnastics lessons. ,, .
Pictured at right with Stephanie on ; '
the trampoline is Beth Norman of n f M .t 1
Gainesville.: And at lower right
Ji.M rn /, Stephanie, Kerry' Tucker/>nd Jennifer -
I y sl Jackson mimic each'other with
1 I he end of an opt ional routine. .
? r., ;u Stephanie, the dau/-thler.'or/ Gary I I
and lien O'Slecn, just turned 12 this "
month and has been going In Brown's
for gymnastics classes for 4 years

,,. now.When she was 5 she broke her arm ,/1
doing cartwheels but that hasn't slow.
ed her down any. She goes to the
; xa Gainesville center off 34th Avc. 20) '
hours a week during the summer and : I
17 hours a week now that she's back al t'olling'f
: Bradford Middle School. During sum-
mer she spent most of her weeknightswith
friends in Gainesville instead of H
driving back and forth.
A typical class day includes runn-
ing a half mile for conditioning, and
t then work on parallel bars, the
S 7 rt 1 r,' d r balance beam (pictured), floor ex- !
cerices, the vault, rings for boys,and S ,,, I 1
',' the trampoline. Coaches can even
'f.ri d Y
Ma r
Y videotape the excercises and play
them back for instruction.
Competitions around the state are
n also scheduled for the Brown's Gym
nastics team. photos and text by Buddy

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A jury in Union County last Thurs Costello said the crucial element of Costello intends to file an appeal on that date. after seeing the case. had become frustrated because
day found Florida's most well-known the case was that he was charged with the judge's ruling concerning the timeof Several inmates, who were in the Wiley Clark, an investigator for the despite rehabilitatmg-himself/ by ear
'i activist guilty of possession of a possessing the pistol and cash on the the offense. Judge Chance ruled same vehicle with Costello, testified state attorney's office, testified that ning three college degrees and certification -
! firearm by a convicted felon and two wrong date-April I, 1981. He said the that the state need only prove that the Thursday that they had seen both the Costello had admitted he had broughtthe as a radio-electronics
counts of introduction of contrabandInto correct date sould have listed March crime had occurred two years before gun and money in Costello's possession gun and money into the prison. technician, he could still not return to
a state prison. 31 as the date of the alleged crime on the bus to Lake Butler.One inmate Before sentencing Costello told the society.7ataars..a .
Circuit Court Judge Chester B. testified that some of the inmates court he was 19 years old when he
Chance sentenced Michael Vincent had thought of robbing Costello first went to orison Costello said he w

Costello, 31, to 15 years In prison for .. ... .
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having the pistol and five concurrent

the years$1,360 each in for cash bringing into the RMC.gun That and The Lake Butler Farm Center f

sentence will follow a life sentence he I I
Is serving for first degree murder anda
15-year sentence for grand larceny. I Hwy 121 S. Lake Butler : 4 4F
Costello is known for his 1972 class ertiliZer fls V i I
action lawsuit that resulted in a Meat Store I J 496-3921 +ff*'*
, federal court order requiring the 51 dS Ralston QPEN M-F 7:30-5:30: Sat. 7:30-12:00: "'Che *Yare IP t tj
: state to relieve overcrowding in Purina ... *
: prisons and to upgrade medical care. 105 Edwards Road. Starke Across from Bradford Square ants flay 1\Jc.als
: Costello chose to represent himself We Carry: s } I
: in the trial with the assistant state at- LEAN. A Line of We
: torney and assistant public defender 29 I post S j
: on hand if Costello needed them. Ground Beef .Lb.1 Tin &. Purina Feed and yawn Ifandle .
: On March 31,Costello was transferred .. ..... Health Products 009 OO/'g Needs)OW
: from Dade Correctional Institu- I4III
: tion to the Lake Butler Reception and C,_,r.sss,< Mange **>m0Dolomite ,

:: Medical Center in court.to Lake await Butler an appearance officials -- Ground Chuck..u. $179 2 Gulf 30 WT 47" American I H7'Hundred I

i found a pistol hidden inside a | Super DutyMotor Heavy Gauge
: radio and the cash hidden in a book
: binding, among belongings Costello f Oil Field Fence $ 2.50 Pounds I
, had brought to Lake Butler USDA CHOICE BEEFShoulder \
In his opening/ statement to the jury

t!: R.oast..Lb.189 I $26.00clII $64.00 sal Automatic f '

i ; UCI Guilty Guard of Smuggling Found FRESH CUTPork I- Green Seeds Dog Feeder f t tI

; A 14-year employee of Union Cor 25 Year Guarantee Florida Broadleaf $
: rectional Institution was found guilty ,5Le$699 CCA Treated 2 0 0 0 \
: last week in Lake Butler of smuggling Chops.... .... I Mustard .
; marijuana into the prison last New Fence Posts Galv. MetalROOFING

:. Year Circuit Eve.Court Judge Chester B. FLA PREMIUM $ 2
: Chance ordered'a pre-sentence Investigation "

;: academic on consultant George Leon with the Brown UCI, Fryer Breast I 5 V Crimp 29 ga. [
: education department. Brown had 89e: i Baling Twine 6': '3.90 sheet

t" a hidden piece about of stereo a pound equipment of marijuana that he in Legs or Thighs 9000' Hemp 9000' Plastic. 20,000' Plastic T' '4.50 sheet I

: had donated to the education depart- 8' -, '5.15 sheet i
: ment Dec, 31 I '21.50 Bale '19.50 Bale '23.50 Bale 9' '5.80
sheet ,
. arrested May 25
Brown, '36, was j
. following an inquiry by prison In- Gustafson 10 '6.45 sheet
: vestigators and a fingerprint analysis Bagged Ammonium f
, by the the Florida Department of Law MILK BREAD PVC Pipe 11: 7.10 sheet
; Enforcement.Since i Nitrate 12'- '7.75 sheet '
who Is 1/2" Foot 'I .
his arrest. Brown f '
: married and has fiv children,ha-*remained $ -199 3/4" ,. 16' Foot 14'> 9.00 sheet fJ '
annual leave .from tht. 22ooz99 \
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$1 9000 sheet
1 1" 19 Foot
Department Corrections; pendinG L.. Gal !L ton I
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Fua says campaismunque tt I "lht .' ,' ,
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: -' I responses wen "more diverse";; and Managerneiitand'Budget; t of the district at"1east'once," he
Mark FrledUn they : : more time was required to fullyjnter- independent Inspectors General In 19; i f'area concluded,:""! am proud to campaign
BCT Staff\\rllenCongressmanDon in'a pret them. federal agencies 1st year saved the bit record of service, as I know it
? Fuqua vested the Fuqua also said the "rampant government $2 billion in unnecessary in to be mf a good record of honesty and ac-
Lake Butlcr-Starke-Keystone Heightsarea end waste of the federal governmentwas expenses, recovered $483 milion complishment. I look forward to:
this month, 'as part of his re- beginning to be controlled overpayments, helped indict over" discussing that record in the remain
election campaign and called the the; thanks to a series of bills he sponsoredlast 1,400 persons and convicted 957, he ing days before the more than half a
economy: the most pressing issue on tee session increasing the'power of said. "I have supported the" million people in our district make.
one of his''stops.InterviewPd the federal governmental Inspectors."A strengthing of their role since 1976. their decision."
in Keystone Heights, long recent report by the Office of Between now and the end of the
Fuqua said the campaign is a "uniqueopportunity" '
for him to meet more of -
the voters in the.newly redrawn Se- calls WEDNESDAY SEPT. 15thk
cond Congressional.District I -&NOW THRU ,
The western portion of Clay Countywas be
added to Fuqua's district after "
the Florida State Legislature, after a ble,
bitter series of debates and controversies
finally came up with a plan to
redistrict which was mandated by
law to reflect the state's rapidly growing total

I population."I'm glad to. have Clay County in favor

this district because I think we can doa ny _
good job of representing the kind of dent ,
people here in ths county," Fuqua __
said. "The biggets change, to my *

and mind Marion came Counties.with the loss But joining of Alachua this an time. WE'RE ALWAYS THERE WHEN YOU NEED US!.

part of Clay will be Washington, Gulf "
and the remainder of Holmes Counties -
(the other portion was already in QUICKI..EASY! INSULATION $3.61
the district) dent
"Clay County was entirely in the se-
cond district until 1972, so I think the OF DOORS,
people here are already pretty our
familiar with my ,
philosophies," Fuqua continue
"Also I think I am familiar with their
attitudes and concerns. We have ..
worked together in the past and we sible STOPS .
can continue to do so in the future.
And I think the future looks very (Energy t\ L1. xae
bright in this part of the state." W
The new district is one of the largestin this Saving
the Eastern United States, with an Stealing Energy; Lug
area larger than eight states. V:: eal
"We have an economic communityof of Drafts Weatherstrip
interest here in this district that A<1h..A>rkPd 8' Foldlnn Rule
will serve us well in the coming years feel
and I want to be a part of the oppor--
tunities and challenges that I know 11.49
t are going to be a part of our growth." a VALUE 788
On the economy, Fuqua said one of I CHECK
t the things that has impressed him the be V..
most on his swing through the three tire THESE First choice of carpenters and
I counties and the rest of the district other professional craftsmen.
i has been what he termed the"faith of FEATURES i
C the people and their willingness to
1. sacrifice if they feel their sacrifices
t will bring the economy into balance. "
Congressman Fuqua grew up on a AVE $1.61!
I farm in Altha and attended schools in that Block drafts around
Calhoun County, an experience that do windows and doors better Modal BLN,
.. he feels gives him a "realistic : than brass, felt,or foam. 21OO-2101 with| wlra-cutter.
outlook. still .
Made of strongpolypropylene
t. "I know the people in this area and long that stays
flexible and lasts for years. 3 M VSealWeatherstrip I
Lab-tested to withstand

I I Cox says : :; more openings 5-year than replacement and 2V closings.million policy. ", TheISEGRIP'

( ; Prescored to fold Into a '
answerable 3 "v"whlcncompresses to White." ,."pr.pW "/,\1 tJIO I.b' 1 4
:: \ fllldootandwindowgaos; ... ,y lg"'ln" : ";moo
The race for incumbent Don Fu- to block drafts. locking pliers
qua's congressional seat in the newly Special adhesive,
pjp District 5 seat little find developed for Alaskan
re-arranged got a 99
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M hotter last week as challenger Allen tee. even pipeline-20'F-28'C( ). 8.49
;.....:- Cox accused Fuqua in a press conference Member"r Can be used on sliding VALUE 688
of accepting 94 percent of his doors and windows.
financial support from "outside in Moisture resistant.
terests"and missing key votes in congress VALUE
Applies In minute Great finger tip control, use
::: scissors are the only tool ii wrench or clamp
::2: the"Open average access working to our person government is a conS by- required. 17' Length Handles 1 Pull broken keys I r peirjewel-;j l-
I Available In brown and
at a wire cutter
stitutional right, in our congressional white and In 17' lengths. Conventional Outside Door ry..use
:5 district we are not getting that right
3 because of the influence over Fuqua 11
._ by the fat cats," Cox charged. "Big : TI .StCIa1CA00
S corporations put up the money to keep ru .'C:
:M I beman r naa ]
:: Don Fuqua in office. SAVE s9'1tEC1ALTYi .
= Cox said the facts show that in 1981, 1O'finish' stile R n rS',I Ti )
:: 49 corporations through their ( sdi eft + .nnlrnt
= Political Action Committees (PAC's) i n- '.. "
$6.i .
:.: gave Fuqua $26,000 and only 13 individuals ing \' !$' 2' ; VE
KB it I ii I s fad
In 1982, .
= gave$2,000 or more. and .
": ; 'fl\i'1\ !" Usb" d j..801!
:: 71 corporations contributed to Fuqua'a N. "t r '&. 'C nil k
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a campaign and 12 individuals 7t"W. n list lot
::: gave up to $2,750. to $ I .' 1': \. "T-1 u.l: !JqosqAt tvj aoa ,. asauogaa
::: "In total for 1981-82, in support of $ 4i this isas'arn
'.4 n( ibliri 10rtJlJl. alta IsbnStll1
:: this congressional race, over 120 corDerations r
= to Fuqua through their n ri I' "0' ;' b iuhts' 91st odw
:: PAC's a total of $56,100," Cox said. 9k ; .F01C6'dulf )With
=: "27 individuals outside of Florida connected "' n .U'u; U9 8r21
a with various interests gave TOCDLS nrra ; 'Rij J.
:: another $10,500 and just 15 people inS tax .. 1n, rU' .. ,Ij "mr ; e .
North Florida gave $4,750." and ; : ,: / ""
== "94 percent of Fuqua's money #r IIl.1n.1 'd.4:8a; ,1sa.299/
comes from outside interests, he :
continued. "This list reads like aWho's I .-.tq-K >
= ,. ,
Who of business and :
industry, :)
$ .
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::= ) GUARANTEED .High grade rubber construction ,.>
M Cox quoted a portion of a piece writ- I' 1 "1J/VO'1,t tOJutw
$ ten for the Congressional Quarterly If you. the consumer, arenot,
:: Review which said Fuqua's committee completely satisfied with,any ,'
=: has "broadened into a source of $-K tool, imply notify the place I. ,
money with a clientele among the of purchase for free exchange or d SAVE
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companies' competing for $7.61
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I Pinson ends 12 years of service as Military Academy commander I If

In that environment the candidatesare licers is also at work in the noncommissioned after January 1, 19t13.
forced to make decisions. And officer's school. That will mean more than doublingthe
they are allowed to make mistakes. "The NCO school has been one of size of the student body in the NCO
That is the way they learn," he said. the' greatest acheivements of the school, and the OCS class is expectedto
I His "hands on leadership" approach Florida national Guard," he con- nearly double next >ear.
means that the ent ire 24 hoursof tinued, "beginning and continuing That will be a Job for.the future
a candidate's days programmed, that training has resulted in getting commandant not vet named. Pinson
*, n i,1 IId including his rest period. But it is not the NCO back his authority and. said he has no definite plans for the
like a boot camp in which civiliansare responsibility and allowing him to do period after his retirement Dee 31, y
: turned into military personnel.The his job which is overseeing the day- Following his own philosophy of
key to successfull! officer train- to-day business of the National "room for improvement" he is a
ing is to begin building confidence by Guard," senior at the University of North t
y allowing the candidate to command "NCO's in this state are taking care Florida majoring in accounting.
r troops, move them from one point to of 'sergeants business'." he said.It Pinson lives with his wife, Eugenia, '\
another and to successfully carry out is important that the Florida National in. St. Augustine. They have two
a mission. Guard will require NCO train children Mrs. Beth Caster and Se-
__ "Confidence feed's on itself" he ing at the Academy for any enlistedman cond Lt. Richard S. Pinson. Jr., a .'
f said. for promotion to a higher level Tactical Officer at the Academy.
LTC Pinson has visited other train
ing sites and has tried to bring the

t best of their training techniques 1= II .]. .. .
home. But he said the Florida i :
; ; ;
= Military Academy's program is "Special i Labor Day Sale"I !!!
basically that built from
one was the r1l7. .,
i t'I P ground up by it's staff. "
E Work on that structure never I ;p With the Cost of Energy Today,

: I s, ceases.As he said."The biggest room ... I You can't afford NOT to own a
always is the room for improvement -
." :-f. ",11.0\ :..":' Reversible Ceiling Fan ,
i r That veiwpoint is reflected in the 30-Days FREE (in home) Service with

..: ,,", program. "At a certain plateau in"the Installation by Wind & Fire of Fla.
standard he
I course we raise the ,
said, forcing the candidate to strive Commercial and Residential
; even harder to acheive his goal.

pjw the The Non-Commissioned same philosophy is at Officer work in Gome on in..and check our

: '" ,
,"j, School.
t ... One difference in the OCS road to
: ;,/', :,";, .: I" ':' becoming a gourd officer is that the (Limited Quantity) unadvertisedI
'i.t: ;'
: '!; "r' ; candidate can continue to work and I
: t-: ; : 4T ( ; n earn a living' while in the program. I FREE Brass
t 'I.I./ 'J&.o.a / t' This is an advantage over other train- in-store
; specials
erwr ";::- -.. A ing that fulltime Lite Kit Includ
-- programs require .
military service, but it also means (Even Greater Savings when you buy two or more fans)
II LTC Pinson on the reviewing stand at Camp handing that a candidate has to be able to
"switch on and off" Pinson said. 48" Classic "Reversible" Large Shipments Have

.-. Pinson's philosophy of training of- Looks the same as a Arrived. Example...

Camp Blanding's LTC Richard S. School, the academy broadened its efforts up from private to sergeant first class I Hunter with a Lifetime 52" 3-speed Reversible t
= Pinson will end a varied military in 1975 to include advanced he was appointed a warrent officer, Warranty (Solid Brass Motor Brass Turned Brass ,
'5 career at the end of the year, with the training for non-commissioned officers and then received a commission as FLORIDA I" Very Quiet) Reg. 289. Arms and Wood Blades
= knowledge that he has left a lasting in the enlisted ranks. second lieutenant. _
i' imprint on the many men under his But the basic concept to instill In 1970, while serving with the 53rd THEATREStarke Just 99.00
c command. leadership based on ability, training Signal Group, he was selected from 18 I $149 Re g. '179."
= Under his 12-year tenure as commandant and experience has not changed.LTC applicants to become commandant of 964.5451 Fixture Kits" with Globs i
g of the Florida National Pinson has insisted on adhere),ng the Officer Candidate School. t. Just $..!. .15
K Military Academy the scope and cir- to the plan, and has usually had his His own preparation for the of OPEN 3 DAYS
ruculum has become way. ficer's bars was by correspondencecourse a
E tighter and ReversibSes! Many More :
:g tougher. "He is firm, but fair. You always through a program nol longer Fri. Sat., Sun.
i: Originally the Officer Candidate know exactly where you stand vi" ith used in the National Guard. It had a Starting at 4 Name Brands
him" said one officer serving under direct effect on developing his to Choose
Pinson. philosophy on how an officer should $
I You don'thave LTC Pinson began his career as an be trained. 5 gOO 52" t from. Starting
enlisted man in the Florida State "Our program here is based on a
Guard during World War II while he philosophy of letting candidate .. with Brass Motor aS35.00
i.v't was in high school,in his hometown!of learn by doing," Pinson said & Arms also wood
t to bewealthy Quincy. "There is nothing like being in a blades and 3 speed control"SPECIAL"
i THe unit was disbanded in 1944,a nd situation and having to respond; to
in 1945 he joined the U.S. Marines, plan and organize and be responsiblefor
56" Fan with
to serving in China and the South a decision that affects other people Liteweight 3-speed
I Pacific. He was discharged in 1' 45 ." F 301 Drive-In Brass Motor & Arms only 69.00 ,.
and after two years with the Florida Pinson said his staff of tactical
State School for Womennow( Florida training officers and support person- OPEN 4 DAYS Installations Starting at $15Rig.
i set trusts State University) he rejoined the national nel, including instructors, tries to set
up guard. After working his up a "leadership environment."

L' Contrary to popular belief, you eIINININNY (For Mobile Homes & Houses)

.p don't.have Jo be wealthy to set up a' .. New Homes ((904))473-4961 with 7'6" Ceilings (Antique Bran) PHONE
trust for your survivors. Middle income --

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amount and that a trust may be the PRESSURE ""WASHING.. PAINTING < r r 3 10 am.lam" On Highway 21.Across from Fortune Fadaral JIH3C8
most suitable form of estate planning, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA
to the office of "THE SAVINGS IS IN THE DRIVE"
Basically, a trust is a legal device CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY
... for holding and managing property PLUSFooling -
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:: the property creates the trust Powell 440 Lawrence Blvd. I Around

a designates one or more trustees andi President Keystone HgU,Fl 32656 ___
beneficiaries and specifies how long .
I the trust will last.
i Trustees are charged with the ,f
"Wj\". responsibility of managing the assetsFof
the trust with prudence and care.
can be corporate (banks, for A WORD TO THE
individuals. More than .4
;trustee can be named and some
: for naming a successor os
included in the event the i original ENERGY CONSCIOUS ::

B'"trustee cannot assume, the respon-
oiaI W sibilities. v> ,. :
} Many people'flnd that a trust is an
'Olf excellent way of providing financially
for their children and surviving
spouses. For example some people
may establish a trust to supervise the wrp 6w
should consider
financial affairs of minor\children Why you

.i .who are precluded legally from cer-
rui tain business dealings such as the sale Carrier as your new or
.vipf. rc al estate.. With a trust the grantor '
.. uPor-\>wner>of the estate can be & :
assured that his or her surviving replacement cooling j
tr.:, ;children's affairs will be handled by a
carefully selected guardian guar- heating equipment.
ri dians. \Without a trust or another r l i M '
legally acceptable plan the courts I
3 could appoint a guardian. '.,
E w One of the advantages of trusts laS f 4
"that so many options are available
S r and most people can find a trust
ss which provides the most efficient and r

a-rk'. YTrdesiraDle, 'management of their We are pleased to announce that we can now bring you the fine line
estate. Some examples include' a
:c ypy; charitable trust for those who wish of energy-saving Carrier equipment. This outstanding selection of care-
:S their estate to be used for philanthro- i4rua fully engineered heating and cooling products is available for homeor

5 phic purposes. Others may wish to business. Our highly trained personnel can advise you about
provide for a disabled beneficiary
2 such as a severely handicapped child. p the proper selection, give you professional estimates and
g And for those who wish to prevent install Carrier systems designed for efficiency and economy

K their survivors from imprudently Call us for that next cooling, or cooling and heating job
S3 the of the
"running through" assets
3 estate a "spendthrift" trust can be, it's one more way to help save energy.

arranged. Essentially a spendthrift
S trust allows beneficiaries to receive a
a: certain amount of income from the Carrier Energy Engineered Equipment that we offer:
5 estate but usually prevents them Sale Sale SaleBar'b v
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= The tax advantages of trusts are an Humidifying and Air Cleaning Equipment.
:3 attraction for some but the tax
C *. aspects of trusts are ,very ,com- Wire Peter's Special Commercial Units and Systems Heat pumps
= 1/(. plicated and anyone wishing to Indoor Outdoor
5 establish a trust for this reason should
!$ ? consult a tax attorney first. One tax oo Carrier Energy Saving Services that we offer
*% advantage involves a discretionary $21 Plant ,Food Estimates Installation Service
55 trust which Is also known as a' rolll
J3 "spray" trust. In a spray trust the
:S:.1 trustee uses his or her discretion in FarmIs
8 ?:; distributing or withholding income RyeGrass Price of,Corn

S and by doing this can in some cases, Down so th infective: HAYES ELECTRIC &
e take advantage of lower tax brackets. la. the price ,
PC Not all families are in a position to For All Live
Fxtf. benefit from trusts. For some, off' our feed Stock Pens

&44R. however; a trust provides Income tax 'Now in Stock .
savings and a means of protecting -- AIR CONDITIONING
children and other dependents.Thereis '
== no simple rule which tells you If yoi Alligator' Creek: RanchHwy.
== should leave your estate in trust; it
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depends on your personal situation, 301 -Starke
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Trust laws' are complex and you ,
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taLI :( La b O'r" \I' t"),a'\y'\ CWlcl Register Mustang I M982 To QT Win Charlotte Ford Thsl'! 'V..,,,..,.<.3;< .:;;5-: ,':l

ObituariesWilliam : I Car Motor For Speedway The National Pace ?.. '--, I... '"

$OQ"' Race! !:;:: 1i

Albert Finley ,,; IJIIIIZ Nd Not Be Present To Win
: 1 You
1; No PurchBIIG NecessarY '
William' Albert Finley, 58, of ., L L.I Entrehte' Must Family Be Dollar to Yearo Stores Oi Age And Or Their Older Famlllell Are Not Eligible

Alachua Raiford General died Wednesday Hospital'ollowing Aug. 25 at a I I Speedway Vold Where For ProhllNted Promotional By Purposes Law Car Has Been Used By The

long illness.A .
lifelong resident of the Raiford "
area. Mr.Finley was a disabled Army '
veteran of World War II and was a 7 $
member of the Protestant faith. D'66 J

Doris Gerene Survivors Elixson Williams include and of Charlene five Jacksonville.daughters Follis, t \ ) Gal. 99 t = \ _

both of Raiford Deloris Griffis of -
Sanderson and Carolyn Swindell of Big economical gallon jug for aMa -d
Macclenny three sons. Melton Finleyof .... Each
cleaner, whiter wash.
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Tennessee, Anthony and Eugene ,P" \
Finley, both of Raiford; two sisters, Fashion Sweaters ;1. .: : :' .J I -L
Mary Coxwell of Raiford and Nettle $ Sale 5.991! New fashion +:r1 ,, .l
Carter of .f\1\ ""
Macclenny two brothers
; 4 1 sweaters In fancy patterns i
: ; : t. '
Billy Finley or Raiford and Jeff .. : ." Each- "
with appli /
Finley of Lake City; and 25 grand- Pu reX For embroidery and other* ,(F' .. .
children. ques, pom-poms .::':. ; 1.-:: Western Shirts p; .
Graveside services under the decorative designs. :. : .:;; """"
real I Tissues
direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Sizes 414. \ "- fl..' ."' ys I!,. :.;Jv. ".,. Sale 5.991! Poly/ fj.I R'IX '
Home of Starke, were held Saturday 100 ct., soft, 2-ply Marcal facial PI ) :' ;*" cotton blend western o
Aug. 28, at 2 p.m. at Sapp Cemeterywith tissues. Limit 4. Skirts /1 I 'a r".." shirt with snap chest IJIl
Rev. Mike Norman officiating. n Corduroy 0 r-" : front and ... ", );
'ri '. pockets, ;;-( h\\, \ ItI
Sale 5.991 Pin and wide j'
,I \ C wale skirts ,: ?f I j[)IJ\1' back yokes. Colorful 'v" r2 r-. '.'; "! '
\ corduroy 'jf '
r '
l ... 1ft plaids In sizes 818. :,,\\1:" ,
Sophie II. ZercherMrs. \ 7 9 with banded waist. ,' '' R'w'i"'f'' 1 '-' I
\ Ruffle bottoms with: ; r I ;l : '"
Sophie H. Zercher, of .l ; For \ Fashion Jeans ; ( .
95. or tiered ti : ).,, ,
pockets .
l t !
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Keystone Heights died Thursday bottoms. 714. : 'IIi.ti! f : Sale 5.991100% .1\ I' ';
morning, Aug. 26, in Green Cove Spr- !i i Diamond FoilEach \ ;... '\b \ : cotton denim jeans with I '
ings Geriatrics Center I \ .
following a !
roll 12"X25' made by 1 back pocket treatments'IReynolds. !
Jeans Or Overalls '" 1 ..
illness. 'fiJ/
long Born in New York, N. Y., Mrs. Zero i, 1'1' Limit 2 rolls.DIAMOND. Sale 5.991 Denim or <' { '"I; l rl, n\\\\\\\\\\ \,:.< ?i\;\"; and; contrast stitching. ; ti.: ';<

cher had lived in Keystone Heightsfor !tt ll d'} .' ( Sizes 4-18. ,
n corduroy bib overalls h ,h 'J!, I' .' fJ;
the past 20 and };;
was 1li04"
years a ,
/ with fashion stitching. \ .
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member of the Park of the Palms ll 1 t '10\\ : I ? ::?
Sizes 4-6x. 100% } alt

Chapel.Survivors Include one daughter f6 cotton denim jeans with.": I ,,\!',1'. .. : '. '
contrast stitching. 'I 'IV ': r;..
Mrs. Ruth M. Rasmussen of Floral ". j ,
Park. N. Y. and two granddaughters. a 'II: ] I' Sizes 414. .
Services were held Monday, Aug. idn.'t, \ ,
30, at 10 a.m. in Park of the Palms '...YMfa1. ::[ -11 I \ r\( ''I
Chapel with Mr. Ernest Woodhouse .' : ,
officiating. Burial was in Keystone
Heights Cemetery under the directionof rT
Jones Funeral Home, Keystone (iEEiE I t::

Heights.Mrs. Clara Cummings 790t.-; $,3 .t ,

<; 99
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Mrs. Clara Cummings 71, of ELA .
Lawtey, died Thursday, Aug. 19, at '.' i
the Orange Park Community Hospital Exxon. ("1 Novelty S Each \L h
following an extended illness.She was ,
the widow of the late Roy Cummings.Born Motor 011. Tops "" i. ra I
a .. ;:\
Western Shirts \f\ ?
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and raised in Freemans, N.C., Protect your car with a Novelty tops In crew, ---- ; '
Mrs. Cummings was the daughter of quality Exxon motor plus neck, double neck Sale 6.991' Woven ";) r.; 4 X
the late Alexander and Mamie al
.Walker. oil. Exxon Plus exceeds 1"= and boat neck. gingham and plaid .
dolman and A 1 NeWth" western shirts. Front : / f'
Survivors include brothers specs. I '
two < '1' ,''{4' 'f'f'r\
and back 2
Alex Lewis of Willington, N.C. and Exxon Extra 10W30. IVTLtWfI sleeves. Multi-color -iJ;; yokes arid ""if;\ \ d ;r, !

Ralph Lewis of Illinois; five sisters, Umit 5 quarts. stripes or solids. :....ot 7. snap pockets ':R' '; .
Opel Watts of Lawtey Iver Watson Sizes S.M.L. "'. : cuffs. S.M.L.XL.Flannel '. .
and Bernice KnooU both of Norfolk, ( ;, .i \\

Va., Doris Wolf of Columbus, Ohio, : 4 j, t >)'"'aa Lined Jackets} and M. L. Roberts of Willington N.C. *' '
::: $ .
f / Sale 6.991! Flannel :
: '
Services were held Monday Aug. / ''Q'Filters
23, at 3 p.m. in Willington N. C. with .. 2 49 Single Oil 7 \ lined warm up jacket k '"
.. v 7 with waist .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of f' drawstring; if ,' "
in of ..;._.. Each #:c. r1"/ elastic : '
Starke cuffs
charge arrangements.,r STR qil filters In sizes to:fit .' h" .7ri..'"" .... l :)".....- ,'. ,.4/" tL and.bltrglJf1tttrbrownang;'\ : navy iLLI! i *I2! \ rrl1't' H". '

r'-IJ IJ most cars and ,trucks, PantsAndPleated .- '"' .- '/. 4' light blue. 'SMLXL.; ;!L.--'t' < 'I t.1.:" a>Jaxt."f': t-
Infant Sarah Rewak II '
.. "lJ 49 15 Oz. Oil / I'
., flf Skirts I T .
Infant Sarah Rewak, daughter of 1 Treatment ; ,/: .. ; Fashion Jeans ''':f
with waist a.f- .q '
M; Fashion pants
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rewak of Starke, :tT "": Sale 6.99! 100% 't } ::
died Sunday. Sug. 29, in St. Vincents STP oil treatment for cars, and leg treatments including I rr 1\ cotton denim jeans with : : .t;'
Hospital in Jacksonville. ADO TO on trucks and mowers. pleated front, belts, tie. / 'I' I." 'I back pocket treatments ,18 \'' !:
Survivors other than her parents include 8 Oz. Gas elastic or button leg details. j ... \ ;
.: ., and contrast stitching. .. \ ',;8
one sister Miss Carrie Rewakof 8. 5/6-15/16 and 818. ,t'{ Sizes 2838. : : : I ',', ",
Starke; her maternal grandparents TreatmentCrystal and jitterbug pleatedskirts ,' : : .r
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Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hazenof STP gas treatment fights In solid colors. Sizes i .
: "
Keystone Heights; maternal great- rust. Treats 10 to 14 'I
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Othma gal. 8-18 and 32-40. '.1' .::,. ..," / j,: u(j
Norman of Lawtey; paternal grand- j J ... 1 '. tad dtJ

father, Mr. Paul Rewak of Callahan; .

Duarte paternal of grandmother Miami; paternal Mrs. Joanne great- '(,. ./,,, $ 3 BOYS r'J- I'jUIIJI J W!' ''It\_, 1 I tnhW N ,.tlC.; J b.sltJ., > fj' ,''''", !
grandfather, Stanley Forte of Calif.; $ ) .......,. 13-Pack -I > ,11 /I/rh" IJ ;
-j S' ,9111 I'lt
ngrulw I L
paternal grandmother, Mrs. 5 Briefs ii I ,. .ntsv 1'} 111..
Josephine Forte of Penn. :J" (JJ j (u '9'1 stirs ; f; I"
-ili JI"
Graveside services were held Mon For ;; 10r"t 01 iSw'Uf.' oJ" un -- ,,

day, Aug. 30, at 2 p.m. at Dyal I 't'" '.t: ,, '' $4Men'8)/ fIDJrTIiTlr1m.1 'Jb F.rairasw JnS1'II '':' p'1b' r, r

Cemetery with Rev. James Cowart Cannon Bath .[1"T. :' .. \. '. (_-LV!! F a m1r'd In alp ')':"J Aail ttt. !'J' .."

officiating. Archie Tanner Funeral joO"" I ./ ... ...
Home of Starke was in charge of ar Towels I .; .Men's3Pack .l .., .
1 ...
rangements. Cannon's soft velour :1'00 $5 I '. } .......
v" I
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?:r terry towels in 1'\'" :, A T-Shlrts III 1 4h I j I!!: I .-' .'

pretty pastels' stripes. -; 4 Ijit it !
FruitOfTheLoom '
Rhythmic ar florals. Slight .4J. -p v.A' : I / a
(regulars.Cannon's. u : Underwear li \ b 5; essfformen j .

Aerobics Solid 2 $ A.w- w -.:.... ..,:-.I.. "I. ...::t' 100% cotton briefs, boys' } / Ar'8WIJ3: 'I. (' I
....0":1 1 a", >>
Washcloths For I V:: sizes 4-16, men's sizes : 'S ;-,' ., ,..
:-., .. ,!.f'1<.'.:; 28-38. Cotton shirts for 11" .: 99QeJa,",'IMlia, u !Jr ........ ,
classes offeredAnn .. ; : men in SMLXL. 1.. ..nl t 01.d guilt ,1 ns """" .-. ., .

C' .' .. -. '., ,
Henderson, ,a certified .
""' 1/(
Rhythmic Aerobics instructor will Hi
begin a mixed class in Melrose star- : QUEEN : \\al n ns
; ;
ting the day after Labor Day, ".. Filler SIZE REINFOfCEO ,n A1t i
r-... $
\ 69'
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September 7. / b'\ : .If)} ,
Classes will then be held every Paper :; (I .. I "" 1' )
weeks.Monday night at 7:30 p.m. for eight Pack of 200 count I \ -: :: I 'J Pajr' lit.1 ._
notebook paper. ,
"This class sponsored by the 1 ...... Ballerina ,
'Ladles a'
Melrose Community School Is for 3 $1 Comp. : --.; '; ', '
men women and boys and girls who ) .
are interested in strengthening their : ---- //tw&J... .. For Book ... Casuals fft? '.
hearts lungs and circulation as well :: _.,ems -' J Spiral bound 80 count 7 7... '2. Popular, ballerina style J oI w ::::.

as music take, the off inches Rhythmic by exercising Aerobic fun to II I- _. 0'-.1, III i I composition book ( I t, 3 Pr.Pack. casuals In) red or navy .. ,r '. "'. ,
,, canvas'and
way" says Mrs. Henderson. I- l""""" to 14 Ct. ( textured gray'. ,
tll: 69' knit casuals with red ,
t; A free get-aqualnted night was set Ih..-== .Pencils PantyhoseStyles Tube Socks! or .: '' \ '
.' navy trim. Flat heel and .
Monday evening August 30 at 7:30 '
sandalfoot Over the calf tube socks.
include .'
i" Number two lead
p.m. at the Melrose gymnasium and decorative bow .
reinforced toe. White with striped tops. ,' "
the public Is invited to attend. pencils by Empire.and : .
"Fitness at Heart" U the Rhythmic XX Queen Size.. .;1.69 Full cushion for comfort. '. t ,
Aerobic's motto and Mrs. Henderson !Li..: Light Support.a..1.e9; Men'8 and bov's sizes. ..."

feels the entire family would benefit p
by gettinginvolved in the fun exercise '
t --- .
program.In the past. several years numerous : 11'II': .; (" \ / 'r'ff.> ', <: '"' '. '

0,. f classes for women have been held in : : --I\\ .. q k.. # ". \ -v:
the Keystone Heights-Melrooe area 1m t@i!' AYI ( alr- ..., \ '. :
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but none have been designed to include "n. .'c -'" .'" .' r. '
..\ -. '',. .
.., men."IhyhmicAerobicshas I'. : ....-' 1 ... 'f)
classes for J t1 '. I. .
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men in other places and also men in- 2S .. \ .
,. structors," she says"but' it hasn't' ,.........." I"" 'CfJ
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caught on here. I feel local menu fJ t J ':"--- r-L -1::j ..,-,- .......--::.; 1'1" .
should give it a chance,o.the y might COCGNUTBW ... \, / 1..i'Z to. :'.: '
'. enjoy it as much. we A'r. ... v

,, ;.-" offered A For special more this session introductory information to men.rate about will the be 5 $ 1 79 2 $ 1 77. II' 3& I 499 2$"1.' '5 $ 1.200'L

'.' family night program as well as the For Pks. 'lf For Pk8.
,;. Beginner and Advanced classes of- Royal I Kordite Pks.51'Count 32 Oz. DishDetergent Close-Up Sport.i': Curling Vidal. Kotex KleenexBox
f rrd aftrenoons and
mornings evenings
contact Mrs henderson. .. .at Snack Cakes I Foam Plates Cups or AimFrMRtttH Socks, ,' 'Iron I<, < -Sassoon Light Days Diapers
473-WMS,." '.'*' "."JH Oatmeal, Fig. Fudge| ,26 ct soak proof. |e.4 oz.hot-cold Fem y Dollar liquid 4'e.GIrIa.; end mtss s'pCTTVpptv Chrome barrel *im ,4'pz., ,shampoo. PantHirwrsinIriai
j' During the,family night) sessions BrownM pkM otnws | compartment Insulated cups. cwtorg rtt. Wnkfc o f:. CIoM-U ..a' rofl top '_IV'J' 4 I ,T.aaz, !9.1 ball pf a & Extra absorbentOispoMble
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t the entire family I is invited to put on : ptatm. ,green or lemon: tood+DseN ; nd cfllt Myta praVad II Limit 6 Box ol 24

their Jogging clothes and join Ann for .
an hour of fun. Prices Good At All Family Dollar Stores Through Monday. Quantities Limited On 309 South Walnut Streei-

Some Items. No Sales To Dealers. Open Labor Day, Monday September e. Starke ,Florida


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f \ ':.J: hivmonth! ; marks the.bc-iimning g of < .(Each survey, contains; Da i"l"l com !''Dldenllficalion') '( of' Fmpdrtant--.I Mr establishes priorities'' for soil available now upon request 'Irom vice. 284-9891! at hid office in the
Srvc-ry important S project for, p plete set of.soil maps'ofothe county cropland, pastureland and woodland; surveys based on local slate and Calvin Hubbard, District; ; Conserva1 Agriculture Center located on SR.16 '
Clay; County a** Gray: County: soil printed on,an .up-to-date! aerial photo 2) design of conservation measures to federal consideration, with local con- tionisl for the Soil ConsentjpnJSe-!' Jn Greeit Cove Springs,' 'I
survey base; 2))'a colored soil association or reduce sediment and erosion; 3)) iden- siderations being more heavily
Soil! samples will be taken general;! soil map forbrdad; planning tify limitations and potential for location weighed! Since Clay County is one of !
,1 through the.county'and themnfoirouLion purposes; 3)technical) and popular of home sites shopping centers, the fast-growing counties in the stateof = : A.
1 compiled for publication. description of,All the soil mapped in roads; 'sewage disposal systems, : Florida, the!soil survey will providea
Officials from the US. Department the county; 4)soil interpretations for underground utilities;qtc'.; 4) providethe basis for orderly growtlt: ( ,
of Apiculture USDA), Florida various farm and\,flonfarm.uses.; in basis for land use planning. The state's 10-year plan to survey I
;:' Department of Agriculture and ConSumer -' narrative and ,table,fotm; '5)) soil .Clay'county was selected for the Florida is four years behind schedule. A Big' Day"' i i
", Services (FDACS), the Institute characterization data'of the more Important soil survey'in 1982 by the State Soil At the expected rate of funding, the
of Food and Agricultural soils of the area describing Survey Advisory Group. statewide soil survey will not be completed -
Sciences, Clay County, Orange Park their physical, chemical and This group consists of representatives prior to 1993 since 25 counties, Sunday, ,Sept. 5
w, and Green Cove Springs, will gather mineralogical pro rties. from the USDA Soil Conservation including Clay, remain to be
on; the farm of John Logan Marshall Neil Craig, chairman of the Clay Service, the University of Florida surveyed. Only accelerated funds and Full Gospel Community
to. observe the mapping of the "first Soil and Watert! Conservation District, Extension Service and the Florida personnel could alter.. the 1993 date.
;. acre" This will begin the field work (CSWCD), says the value of the soil Department of Agriculture and Con- Although the printed soil data will Center
for the Clay County Soil Survey. survey Is almost limitless. sumer Services, the Soil and Waters' not be ready for five more years, in-
? A sbil survey is an acre-by-acre Inventory "Historically, soil surveys have Conservation: Office. formation regarding soil data is 1755 N. 301-Starke
.: of the soil resource. It is- been used by'farmers to determine 11:00: A.M. Singing & Sermonettes
the capability of the soil to
V'I" developed list.,'who covers by a professional the land on soil foot sclen-,.examines certain kinds Of crops and for installIng Thank You. Throughout the Whole Day.Until ??

[ the soil in detail, and soil' arid water conservation practices The Cercy family 'Along With 6 Other

'system classifies: of soil it according taxonomy] to" a national "However,? Craig, pointed as our out.society has experienced We would like to thank everyone Groups Will lIe There.

the pressures of growing who Bring A Lunch And Enjoy The Day With Us.
The location of each kind of soil is population, with the resultant need to helped us raise more than
t\ plotted on aerial photographs. Each make the best use of our lands, soil Information -
type of soil is then interpreted or is I being requested by a $1,300 to fight muscular dystrophy.The Pastor Rev. J.Cercy Kev.Asst.,Arnold Pastor Yeoman Sun.II. E.Sch.Barnett Supt.
1. {translated to a user as to how it will divergent segment of our populace,"
5, .res pond when subjected to various he says.A response to our chicken dinnerswas Cordially Inv I lest Everyone To Attend
r;>. Uses and management. few examples of the various
/' These soil maps and interpretations groups which utilize soils survey information terrific.
\y are made readily available to anyone are planners, engineersand
.. in need of soils information. architects,' appraisers and Employees of Handy Way 1630
When the county's survey has been assessors, farmers and foresters, ..
::. completed, it will be published by the sanitarians, ecologists and en-
r Government Printing Office Twentysix vironmentalists, educators, realtors
soil surveys have already been and developers.Uses .
: published in the state. soil survey are:

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,} Manuel W. Guerrero of Lake Butler Bond was set at $20,000 on Kir
< was cited for failure to use due care chaine who was booked into the Brad-
follwing an accident August 28 in ford County Jail.Macc1enny. GLIDDENFAOToRY
Lake Butler. -
& Guerrero driving a 1976 Ford Man _
J'1 T-Bird,- was southbound on SR-121 Arrested For DI
., behind a vehicle which was slowing SALE
.. for a left turn into Union County Middle Bud Harvey of Macclenny was arrested -
School. The Ford attempted to and charged with disorderly
( stop but collided with the vehicle (a intoxication August 27 at Law's,
< 1981 Ford Mustang) driven by Tenna Tavern in Starke. FAMOUS
Lynn Hodges of Lake Butler. Police were called to the tavern
t Damage to the T-Bird was $700. after Harvey started a fight, accor- Gfidden
Damage to the Mustang was $1,500, ding to Patrolman Jerry Miller. Spred Satin
'I according to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Harvey alledgedly struck another
man in the face causing lacerations of
I Miami Man Arrested his mouth.
Latex Paint
Pot To FSP Harvey was booked into the Brad-
ford County Jail under a $50 bond. He
"/ Bobby Lee Collier of Miami was arrested was released on a cash bond.
i; August 28 and charged with in-
.* troduction of contraband. Briefs From The OfficeOf
During a routine search of Collier
: as he entered Florida State Prison for The State AttorneySince

a visit cannabis was found, according August 15 activity in the officeof x
e to Investigator Don Denton. the state attorney at the Bradford
Bond was set at $5,000. Collier was County Courthouse is as follows;
.. released on his own recognizance.. there were twenty-five new individualcases
and/or felony defendants sent
Trooper Arrests to the office for prosecution. Felony

--Burglary Suspect _.. ? informations were filed on 16 cases,
"fen of these cases filed were prison
K/J Timothy iKirchaine, (!(31, "Was" ; air':J icjcases.'rax; : o duig( to. Assistant State,, ". :
&. -1 rested September 1 at 6:20 "i-ft.1"' } { ,i :.jAttorOey/Jwmas/ Elwell. ?. t :GALLONREG.
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.; burglary-grand theft, according to dismissed 35 cases (most were wor- :15.99
Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. thless check cases or were nolle).
; Kirchaine has been wanted since Eight guilty pleas were accepted. I
last :year in connection with the early Seventeen misdemeanor cases Glidden's Most Durable : SAVEFlat
November 20 off
morning burglary on were received and informations were
{, the Handi Way Store in Hampton. At filed on 8 cases. Ten prior cases were House Paint
f j that time approximately$500 worth of dismissed and six people were placedon $6.00
food products were taken, including probation. Twelve guilty pleas
cigarettes, cheese and sausage.On were accepted. f
December 5 a 17-year-old Hamp- Sixty-three new traffic criminal
ton youth was arrested and charged cases were received during the first
with the burglary-grand theft. According 15 days of August. (A total of 111 cases ---i--
to Investigator Don Denton, the were received in August.) Seventeen _
department received information guilty pleas were accepted and seven .
leading to the arrest of the juvenile cases were dismissed by the court of .
mod fihvolting Kirchaine in the the state attorney. J> .
P/'burglary. At' that time they were Therewjre.fgur\ new juvenile cases
R I to locate Kirchaine. An- rec f"ce'Au ist 15. Orte case
't\V* usable( .the eturn\of Kirchaine to wa&jtrajnsferred, to 'elony-court,,and

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Daytona Beach Man ..t'rIJa i evening and ,charged, .vithsth. landfill near.Keystoiio' Heights. t Eugene Stano, t.n 'inmate at Florida Benders ding t to I Lt.] Lane Sib L eY.1h re Nat, no* "
I Arrested For Murder 1973 murder of Barbara Ann Bauer Edmond John Hochri 29, Is charged State Prison confessed to his part In Fender / damagu to tjte Ford ,
The girl's remains, were found) ,in With' felony murder-1st degree, he fa a' the murder August 18. In Parking Lot' ','
A Da): vna Beach man was arrested April iftf! ; ,, ui (the :Bradford County 'Co-defendent:: ; in the murder Gerald According to Investigator Don Den- Driver Cited ,I' ',", .' .
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u.u..r 1 I ly.\ } ''' ,. ton this U the last arrest expected in In Accident On SU-100 .' .
James C. Willard, 57, of Lake City,
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even though Investigation
case '
o is not complete. The second arrest driving a 1970 Cadillac, started to Deborah O'Steen Crawford, 22, of
enter US-301 from the Bradford Lake Butler cited for. careless ,
was delayed so the'departmentcould
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verify the statements Stano had Square Shopping center parking lot driving in an accident east of Starke' Vint
In order to avoid being struck, on SR-100.
Willard backed Into a 1982 Dodge
Hoehn, a school chum of Stano was August 25. Crawford driving a 1977 Oldsmoblle v
arrested at his home in Daytona failed to slow and struck the rear of a
Beach by Bradford County Sheriff's The Dodge driven by Billy Joe Sim- 1976 Buick on August 29 as they were
I Department They 'were assisted by mons of Waldo received damages of, eastbound ,on SFHOO ,'Vi mile from
the Department of Florida Law En $300. There was no damage listed to Starke.
forcement and the Daytona Beach the Cadillac, according to Patrolman Drivers of the two vehicles and two
Police Department.After David Crum.Phyllis passengers In the Buick were slightly
injured. They were treated by Rescue
being transferred to the Brad- McNeill! Cox of Waldo driv- 60.
ford County Jail, bond on Hoehn was ing a 1975 Ford backed into a 1974
set at $50,000 by County Judge George Oldsmobile at the Bradford Square Damage to the Buick driven by Bert
r'I Pierce. Shopping Center August 29. Norman Hickox of Fernadina Beach "
I,. Hoehn was released from jail on a was$1,000. Damage to the Oldsmobilewas
surety bond.Cycle Damage to the Oldsmobile driven $800 according to Trooper B. A.
by Kimberly Sol/e was $300 accor- Williams. '

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rk Fred W. Powell 28, of Hamptonwas Rhythmic Aerobic DancingShape

cited careless driving and Up & Have Fun, Too!
,' failure to carry a license after he
wrecked his cycle August 25 in Starkeat All New Classes Starting September 14, 198
1:24: a.m.Powell .
was exceeding the speed St. Edward's Church Hall
limit when he attempted to enter the
curve too fast on SR-100.; The cycle Tuesday & Thursdays 5:45.6:45':
struck the curb causing him to wreck,
TtC : according to Captain Scotty Rhoden 7 Weeks Only $22.50 10% Discount to second

Powell and a passenger Judith $2.00 Registration Fee member in same familyPAT
Bogunie, 27, received minor injuries
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An estimated $28,369 in property the property. They have hauled eight OPEN LABOR DAY
stolen from two homes in Bradford truck loads of stolen property into the
County has been recovered by the jail and owners report most of the major
sheriffs department from a wide items have been found.
area as of August 31. "The recovery is an Impressive
The reported $33,863 worth of property figure and really made the insurance 9 a.m. 6 p.m.
was stolen over a period of companies happy" Denton said. 1IA
three months during June. July and Denton said the theives were trying .
August from local homes included to sell the stolen goods for a total of 'f' ,,'. I, "
furniture personal items lawn just $3,000 or a little less than one- '\':.' '. "'>.
mowers and appliances (large and tenth of the actual original value .., ,
small\ ). The property taken involvedso when he goods were in possession of
many different items another the original owners. o.aamauu.nNtIMt LWMMI d. ,
$3,000 worth of items was recovered n awq r.'rnA..Ap1 .
which had not been reported by the Denton said the investigation is!\ still
owners. continuing and further arrests are ex
The stolen property was recoveredin pected.
Alachua, Bradford and Clay Coun- Bond was reduced to a total of Lights Farr
ties and all of the property has been $2 500 each for Janice Buckmaster and Easy
identified by the owners, according to an'd' Dean Moss. They were arrested ,
Investigator Don Denton. 23 and charged with burglary- (' -
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tire department has been working Buckmaster and Moss were released 'r : ""j' 199 ":

solve plenty thixie of overtime rnhhorjfx" hours nnH in tn order rprover to from Bradford County Jail after they ill i ,-..::. !!f.N" '; t ;4"" ,4 ." I I II

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. '! aI. *'says: SI'r he*v. YLIii ,'.s
Republican gubernatorial' candidate resignation from. Edgar Lee Republican National Committee and cident, Longworth said he was the down or not. That's already happened Longworth's Indictment, "but it just ,
Skip Bafalis,who was recently\ ) Longworth after it had been revealed served under President Gerald Fordas "victim of runaway grand jury" and obviously" hadn't crossed my mind in years as
in the'area on on a'.wing trying to that he had been indicted by:a Grand the third. highest official in the he emphasized that he "always goes Bafalia had picked Longworth after part of nick's record."
pick up support here, was 'suprlsoo"to Jury but never tried on the charges of Federal Veteran's ASdminlstratlon, to great lenghts to avoid even any ap- his chief political consultant, Charles The candidate said he hired
learn Thursday that one of his top violations of campaign laws in a 1970 was never prosecuted on the/ charges. pearance of impropriety.The Black, recommended him and two Longworth without a written resume.
campaign aids had been indicted for Senate race in Indiana. The indictment was dismissed accounts of the bugging and the others as potential campaign direc
politicaP'dirty tricks" In 197S.Bafalls Longworth, who has been the because of 'a technical and also break-in were first published in ar tors. "It just never came up '
refused,toaccePS an,offered! number two political operative for the because the statute of limitations had ticals in the Indianpolis Star. "Nick was my first choice",Bafalis Longworth said explaining why he I Ididn
run out on the charges.The Longworth called those stories said. t tell Bafalis. "It just sort of fad- '
indictment charged: Longworth. "bull". Btark: said he and others knew of ed away." :
and two other men of conspiring to "They were wrong, they were in error
Mark L. Abramson M. electronically' bug the office of In- and I'm telling you the truth," he
dianapolis lawyer Edward Lewis, a said Friday to the Associated Press. Gov. candidate Bob Knust
I' \ supporter of former U.S. Sen. Vance "I'm not about to go through aU that
UROLOGY Hartke, an Indiana Democrat. Lewis trash again." I
said he found an FM transmitter inside Bafalis learned of Longworth's old
reupholstered in 197S. reporter showed him copies of the old a
Will Now Be Seeing Patients At The three men were also chargedwith articles."I .
trying to break into the office of Just don't know what to say," supports.
Bradford Hospital every other Wednesday 8:30: 11 am Hartke Administrative Assistant, Bafalis said. "It's just wild." BCT Staff Writer Kunst has named his Lieutenant
Please Jacques H. LeRoy, to steal invitationsto Bafalis said he called Longworth, governor candidate, Gary Bryant of
see physlcan for referral
your or call 964-6000 a Democratls fundraiser. from Washington Saturday evening Every campaign has its established Miami Beach.
Despite these underhanded efforts and tthe campaign manager had of- candidates and its dark horses.
Longworth's protege, Richard fered to resign. Bafalis refused the of- Well, one of the darkest horses in Bryant's name has a special irony
Roudebush, lost the 1970 Senate race this year's gubernatorial race is sure- to Kunst because of the headlines he
Jr. to Hartke, then later became the VA embarrassment that is ly Bob Kunst, one of Florida's most engendered when he engaged Singer
Food StoreSTARKE administrator.In to emanate from this," Bafalis sale active and political gay rights activists Anita Bryant in a running debate overa
a comment released after the in "is going to emanate whether he steps who says he plans to challengeGov. proposed "Anti-Gay" ordinance in
KEYSTONE HGTS- WALDO Bob Graham in September's 1978, which she campaigned un-
#284 Hwy 100 #299 100 Democratic primary. .sucessfully against.
Hwy #265 Cole St.
Kunst, who in recent years has
BUILDER OFFERS Kunst currently heads the. "Oral worked outside the political process
ksd Bess Majority" an organization set up to frequently harassing candidates and
Fish Sauve BEER We Buy 10% INTEREST WITH fight paraquat spraying of marijuana politicians who oppose gay rights, ad-
Allets Shampoo plants in Florida, encourage gay mitted his campaign sounds i
Bottles rights and other concerns.In "absolutely crazy." ,'
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addition, Kunst says, one of his Graham if he can harness the support (
Pepsi 7.Up With Over 20 Models to Choose from gay rights colleagues, Melodie of the 1.7 million Floridians who votedin
M&Marrpela Bann Dtt allorttd flavors Built on Your Lot Moorehead, intends to challenge 1980 for a state constitutional
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$219&11. 3/$100 29cJIN. 39 Call Jim Powell right to enjoy their sexual preference
16 U. HO Return For a FREE Brochure 1-473-4961 Charging"that Graham "is just a without fear of official harrassment."I'm .
total wimp, Kunst said he will cam-
paign on a platform advocating the absolutely sure that the
kinds of individual freedoms opposedby 1,723,000 people who voted for the
Items Available In TG&Y: Family Centers Only, Sept. 2-81 the "so-called" Moral Majority, privacy measure will reaffirm that
headed by television evangelist Jerry vote through us," he said.
Though Graham is preparing a
"We're going to go for the whole multi-million dollar campaign in his
H legalization number- legalizing marijuana battle against the Republican can-
prostution and pornography," didate Skip Bafalis, Kunst says he
DollarDIys kunst said. "These victimless crimesare thinks he can beat Graham by spen
giving the macho-men in law en- ding only about $50,000.
forcement and the legislature an easy
excuse to set up a police-state struc- Kunst also criticized Graham's sup-
COFF ture in this state that invades our port of efforts to spray the herbicide
privacy and costs us millions in tax paraquat on marijuana crops. He
DOFF dollars. called Graham's position"immoral."
dj1UJFtirii He also promised to make his cam- nnnnnnnight is the time of the day
paign a "statewide statement on the when the power comes to all who are
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New & Used USED ALUMINUM PLATES) SEVERAL ITEMS 'One net .-- horn. '

Color TV 24x36" 25 cents each. Used bunk beds, SSO; three BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete LOCKSMITH.BURGLARALARMS $50,000-flO,000 PER YEARi, 719 W,

In printing' newspaper dressers, $25 each; Are you bored with 964-7460 or
Antenna'sSpec for shnrpenlng service, ,circular ) 24 Hrs. Service. your
Great minor
In receiving Bradford repairjobs Whirlpool washer $30: hand carbide, 964-5849 1520 South lob? Are you tired of work. :2tehfl 9/09
County loveseat couch. $20; Other chain, blade hollow Ing for the other man? National TWO ,
Channel's" 30 & 47 Telegraph. 94-6305. tfn. mower Walnut St. at the Outfit CH/A. Can
782-3577 CARPET NEW & USED Furniture miscellaneous Items, 809 N. ground and balanced, len.. 5/13 tin company based In
& appliances. Westmoreland St. Come Leavo at Jackson Building GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS Lexington Ky., I. looking Savage
7 W call
am pm '2 .f. Plumb. fixtures and pipes. after 9.30: p.m. Itchg 9/02 Supply In Starke, Keylsone Have a House of' Lloyd toy for full-time qualified part-time and 964-8382 or .

BARGAIN CENTER, US.30t SAXOPHONE alto. Heights or Lake Butler. party. Free merchandise. distributors In. 5 p.m. 9/02 I 964-7776 'U
YARD SALE So., 964-6679, 2/5 tfn Yamaha. with software mint TFNchg Call anytime Starke and four-county area. Invest.ment MIDWAY |
DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN condition., 9645454. llchg ALCOHOLICS rby Inven Starkb
surrounding areas, tory. Phone south of ,
HOUSE OF BARGAINS SeeIng HOUSE 301 South. 9/02 ANONYMOUS Phone 431.1920 or 964.6279.9/02 I 18003549594.e 9/02 3tchg Phone
9646740. We buy and sell TRAVEL TRAILER 20 ft. fully 964-5148 or 9647619. 4tchg 923SEAMSTRESS Itchg
Is Believing) 212 Call p.m. In lifestyle with low!
St.. 9 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. used furniture and ap equipped. Single axle. TFchg wants alterations HELP THREE quality, together with J
pliances. 8/13 tInRECONDITIONED Bargain for cash. Phone SEWING MACHINES First and
toll come see us at our dressmaking,
c new location. 3/1ltfn TV'S Colors 964.8392 or 9648324. Itpd REPAIRED All makes gowns: all types sewing, WANTED and security

BIG YARD SALE Five starting at $100.00.Trade.lns 9/02 cleaned oiled and adjusted. experienced, Starke, acres, ( built exclusive|
welcome. Phone
fam,',.". Thursday Friday $15. Work 9644068. 9/02 2tpd 9/09 LPNt Paramedics No late from
Sat 9 a.m. til 5 p.m. 6 9648212. 6/11 tfn MOBILE guaranteed. James shifts, full-time work near 9644311.) '. .ubdlvl-
197S CHEVY SPORT VAN: "Plnesong"
; miles West on SR-16 first Strickland Ralford. Call N.
$1500. Also, boat, motor, HOMES corner MorganRd. LOSTFOUNDLOST manager bedroom privacy yet close to I
house on I.ft post WaterOak and Hwy 16. TFNchg 9044311044. 8/12 4tchg
trailer $300. Phone with .. JOS down far 5 yrt.at|
Creek. Itchg 9/02 NEED EXTRA
964-8931 473-3096
GARAGE SALE Friday and or eves. are now hiring enthusiastic per mo.,
Itp" 902SEVERAL ed. Free..lImal.. HandyMan Female Walker oil
Saturday. 609 Melton T.r. ITEMS 1972 Fence Co., own.rTommy Hound. White, lots of black ladles to demonstrate toys deposit.. LIVING 112.5 feet
Starke. Itpd 9/02 ) 24x60 Doublewlda Mobile and 9-3; home with 3 Bit and Si
race. Reddish. tick marks body. Lost gifts Now throughDec.
t 9648559. on
SATURDAY, Sept. 4: 10 am Plymouth station wagon, Home with 4 tn air conditioning Free sample, trainingand tchg 9/02 ,. Owner financing. I
$800 table slate tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER naarSamp.onLak..Phon.Jos.ph '
; pool top 3 BR 2/i
friends In
Iii ?? Full Gospel Com unit. $2,500 down Starling, 964-8319. supplies. No Investment goad
$250 Ice cream maker REPAIR: Call
Center Church. 301 ; and take master a pleasure' this charmI I
munity over payments Call collect. Small reward. collecting or deliver
electric. $20: electric the Office, Shop, 110 W, .
North next to Bradford $195.80 per month. 12 yrs. Itpd 902BLONDE ing. Call area supervisor fireplace, large screened porch, [
rotlssary, $15 Phone Call St., Starke, for details and
Motel. Mens, womens, collect room and ...
964-6052. 1 tpd 9/02 owelng. 964.7359 or FEMALE 17256547. 1 Itchg garden many
9645764. tin large .
children clothing. Large 9646018. 8/12 tIn Lost REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN .
.iz... Lamps bedspreads room table. Extends Dining to MOBILE HOME 12x60 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: August 21 at McDonald's inStark. ) $10,000 to $10,800 dishwasher brick with bay windows I
Doors, windows, lot with
etc. Itpd 902FIV.FAUILY 7'4". Approximately 150 9647611. 8/19 tfn .. Stayed. Answeredto depending on qualifications Assum. mfg. $39.400 at
YARD SALE: old. Excellent condi EXCELLENT CONDITION 12x JACKSON BUILDING SUPP. name of Clnda Lou. If Duties: evaluationand trees. $350 value at MS.OOO.
of yrs. LY, 9646078. Orders also .
One mile West Lawl.y.SR.225. .
Mobil. found, call 468-2030. 9/02 assessment of mentally 40 of Brad
tion. 431-1165. Itchg 9/02 60 1979 Home. 5/27 fin acres prime
Books shoes taken In Lake BUtler,
retarded adults, Instruction
and take 4tchg 9/23 heart of strawberry |
Equity overpayments
household items 496-3079 and
\\ evening dresses, also Sunshine Acr.s Workshop: $112.80.With or Heights, 473.4973.Keystone 2/26 tIn' sheltered and counseling workshop In at.a Newly with pecan trees and j

womens dresses.Baby Under-Skirting for mobile without porch and air conditioning BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK MISCELLANEOUSPORTABLE mosphere. Good fringe maculate.

clothes galore. Itchg 9/02 homes. Beautify your unit. 964-8849 or SERVICE: Bradford County benefits. Qualifications: located for Lowt.y'O"' can you savT Brick
964-7100. Itchg 9/02 at 571 W. the water. Could easily
GARAGE SALE Friday mobile home with
residential pump-outs, CEMENT MIXER Prefer BS in Special Ed. or
Saturday Sept. 3, 4. 8 am decorative wood stained or 14x70 THREE BEDROOM 2 related mo. One
$50. We also re-lay drain Remington auto shotgun or AS or AA with
til 6 pm. Radios 12" TV, painted under-skirting. bath 1932Fleetwood. One lines. Phone 964-8121. 73 Chevy Malibu some experience In MR or 964-6491. / 3 BR, 2 BA. New carpet

carpets sewing machine, Choice of wood. oak or year old. Take overpayments 5/28 IfnchgPROFESSIONAL tool, 250 gal. stainless teaching backgroud. Send TRAILER 2 1 i

sheets, bedspreads, pine Will build to your $3500 down. Car Cleaning steel tank, 74 Old.Cutless, resume to Bob Larimer, bath at 12 S/4" for well

dishes pots and pans specifications. Come and Call David or Richard Service Cleaned misc. starters, generators, Director* Sunshine Acres behind $20,000 down.
; baby car seat, dresser see some of our samples 964 6364. 9/02 2tpd 9/09 washed vacuumed alienator, many other car WAC, P. O. Box 509 no kids. 8/5 and 1 cortege on 301.

single and double bed prices well below market .SAVE $1.000'... much
utility trailer more. i
price. Comes in 4ft., 6-ft. WHOLESALE FREE KITTENS 9644405. 9647699. 8/26 2tchg 9/02
$7.00 anddelivered maculate
of Starke pick-up
miles South .
7 on and B-ft. sections Oak 14x70$10.000: tchg 9/02 BORED I BROKE) BLUE! Sell Crosby Lake Canal
'located for
GARAGE SIM00. on SALE left. Itpd Saturday 9/02 Underskirting: $1.25 per ft., 24x 0S4.000 964-7226 or, ask your for place.Call Den FREE HAY) Come cut and toys, gifts until December.Fun at 571 W. TV, refrlg., stove,
I-305-3AS-S709 bale. Ten-plus acres, fertilized. lob. Party plan. Free 2 metal I out
and Sunday 316 St. Clair natural; $1.50 per ft., stained nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY mth 1 mower
St. Children clothes, or painted. Pine, Under. 9/02 12tchg 11/18 HAIRDESIGNERS Chamberlain 105th kit. HOUSE OF LLOYD. 964.6491. / many flowers.Room for ,
Ave., Lawtey. (Eunice Rd.) Phone 9646279. Itpd 9/02
mens, ladies; odds and skirting: $1.00 per. ft., RENT A
HOME 1'/. bath air condi Itpd 9/02 CRUISE SHIP JOBSI) All ocCupation. brick home with ...
ends some furniture. 8 natural, $1.25 per ft.. stained 144 W. Call St. Piano for
KITTENS home. .
FREE to good Great Income
a.m. til ?? Itpd 9/02 or painted. Free Installations tioning. Forsyth. Road. 964-7303 $22.50 mo. (S5'.500wlth mtg.). "
Phone 9645690. Itpd 902Painting potential. For Informationcall
for orders over $100. 9648407. 195. first and Open ing charge. sq. ft. with detached 'I j
CARS Call 964-7699 for more Information last plus $50 security T.W.&F. 9 til 5:30 2120. Phon. call refun Dept. moving ft.; B trailer spaces ((4 r
deposit. 1 tpd 9/02 to )
follow 16
or route
Thurs. > 11 AM til 7 PM dable. 9/02 2tpd 9/09
west 2/. miles next to Olin's Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM MATURE RECEPTIONIST screened front -
trailer pork. 8/26 2tchg 9/02 OWNER WILL CARRY! Two AppointmentsNot Must be able to type 55 2375444. / > .

SURPLUS JEEPS. Cars and 5-V GALV. ROOFING bedroom, 2 bath. Central Always Necessary correct wpm; work well Geneva Lake Estates. .:

trucks available many sell 6.413; 74.76! gas heat; Florida room; 1/711n with public; some computer esthetlcally beautiful "

for under $200.609 Call for 854096.03; ; 106.99; carport: utility shed; stove PROFESSIONAL dressmaking I knowledge helpful $ .. .

3127421143.information ext.how to ir-7.62; 12826. We and refrlg. 2V4 lots fenced. have beautiful clothesmade but not required wlll.traln; In one of the most con- ,
on purchase manufacture. Jacksonville.Call 436 Polk St. Itpd 9/02 have pleasing telephone Rd. Corner lot, 3 BR, 2 r.
8/12 4tpd EOW 9/23 to just you. Call
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toll free voice.. Send resume or app- $ i 1972 CHEVY MAUBU. Two. 9647600. ext, .261. 9/02
f door. auto transmission 1-BOO-342-2702. 8/26 fin HOMESFOR Itpd i.; ly in person to Bradford d 'L1i', I ... name at

a power steering. AM with MALE PUPPIES Half-pit halfEnglish. SALE County' Te-legrophf/ 1 133 twfft.CWtlf"II loto.
9 wks. old. Wormed West Call SI.. Stark., ecres"en 230A and ,
8-track Runs good. p p pw p p p -ap p p S fl Old = c
32091. 964-6305. 9/02 tfn
tails docked.
964-6039 or 4962306. 8/26 $45. $12,000 >
2tchg 9/02 9647789. I tpd 9/02 old brick home. Total t
1912 FORD EXPLORER: Every WESTINGHOUSErefrigerator den workshop gardenarea. Wall Papering Dry Wall technician experiencedand $10,500 ac. $ 5, :S BR, 2 BA. Fireplace, ,.

option available Still with freezer Lots of pecan trees. Texture Ceiling-Power Washing required.current Phone Florida 964-6000 license, all. / drapes, ,carpet ..

under warranty. Small chest $48. Phone 964-5616. Cool shady, qul.t. Free Estimates ext 141 for Old Oak Tr..."
equity and take over FIBERGLASS TOPPER for full- $46,000. Phone 9645610. LADY to live In and approx. 2 acres In ..- .

payments. Phone size Ronch.ro, $250. Phone BY OWNER: 3 bdrm 1 ath 964-8456 964-7384 core for elderly lady, : also 20x40 carport & t

964-4181. Itpd 9/02 Cabin 9647885. Itpd 9/02 LR, den eat-ln kit., Room, board and salary. financing. .j j
1967 F-600 THREE ITEMS Modern Mamd Mother-in-low or guest FLUTE LESSONS now accepting 719 W, Market Road 904 I n.IImlt..d. pesstfaflltles. a''

-"hon.9 chasis. Good.8121ltQm91.02 tires. $600. stove, 3 yrs. old. Like new house. IQO'180; lot. beginning Intermediate MOBILE HOME" Starke, 964-7460 or 904 / .._.___...__.. 41
$250. Trundle bed good Cypress Ave Crystal Lak.Hom..It. and advanced 964.7095.02 2tchg 9/09 P.O.

WANTEDAXLES condition, $80. Can drink ... Price firm students for fall term. Exp SERVICE POLES 301 S. PIONEEJlELECTRIQCO.?

machine, $200. 9645874. $34,000. 964-7187 alter 5 teacher with classical jazz pa AMP IKE'S SAW Get sultB

9/02 2tpd9/09 p.m. and weekends. Lake and contemporary iso-oa C MOWER SHOPS. .
< TIRES 2 axles + 4 TWO ITEMS 15,7 cu. ft. Access. background. Please call Fatfs
tir... We pick-up. $100; chest freezer 2 years old, MAINTENANCE FREE Two 964.7391, (Macs Music iOO AMP ( Shuford Chevron from) fi< ,Ifr Wrttn- ftfcltil 1 |II|
You deliver $125. Olin $175. Also regulation size yr. old 3 BR. 2 BA brick Shop), Starko to Inquire. ?5ii.oaCjill SALES t SERVICE Three bedroom> 'b h triftHSiKSiyRb" 'pLo. Pcdes

Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. pool table and accessories, home. Has great room 8/19 finCABINETS Anytime Chain Saws & u i\ $62.500.11'10% astutnttfe i nVrtMfle'c N4.j5i6dd f. 782-3061

100 W Starke. 964-5606. 3/4 Inch slate top, $200. large deck and patio. & CARPENTRY, Mowers I4"f'J Ldcat1 .' \ _> --
TFchg Phon. 964-4181. Itpd 9/02 3-door refrigerator Jen- Trim carpenter, hanging 4-68-118T Waldo Nice 'lot,three bedrXmm.' Wi''Both btWIc- home.- "Central

WANTED TO BUY Postage MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: Antique nair, dishwasher 2 doors remodeling additions : '- heat and air, REDUCED TO $44.000 with goad VACUUj
Duck andRevenue
stamp. stamp collectionsand lamp. $15; Setico tape breakfast bars, workshop, 20 yrs. experience, assumable mortgage
stomp recorder $15 Electro treehouse, large corner SALE1
w/tapes ; 964-8238. 9/02 Itchg
Tony. accumulations.9647262. 9/02 2tchg Call AM/FM radio $5: Channel lot. 58500. Call 964.6189 NEED EXTRA MONEY? Interviews Add-A-Room WANTED: ri 3 bedroom 2 bath on coVner loVof 6% ?!'!Ysqiai l NEW & IJ1DWe

9/09 Master transistor, $2; GE after 5. 8/26 2tchg 9/02 are being taken for Built to Suit You pole born.TroU., hooVuvvMXtOOU-lTICiufilO, }

INTERESTED IN BUYING electric can opener $5; CARPETED THROUGHOUTI! ''Avon Representatives. Call r.12 x 12; Can be used for Cash Available V Hld..A.Way p l 1,'.ci Finance OuflCrwn

older homes that need Schick electric razor $5; Three bedroom home on Ramona Crops, 782-3068. I utility rooms extra rooms We Buy 1st & 2nd 3.40 Acres with 12.65 Mobil. ttdrnefnafxiS o Wood KIRBY

work and property. Phone Shine machine, $5; basketball 6'/i' acres. In-ground swimming 8/264tchg9/16 1 bath or utility shed. Call for frame pddlton! ( <,$2e,5pp plus good owner flrttnclnj. to. '1: j '!9no OY AL.Jl1oUlb $

9646853. tchg 9/02 $1; New shoes, sz. 12, pool. 1.3 miles from Olin'sMobile Mtgs. us a ,.I I.', cibio: n-wl sptvnn iBiiud baa t it m REKAOYE

$8; Vac cleaner, $8; Stereo Starke city limits on SR-IOO STARKE Home Sales quote. 10 Acr.nJ.7.00.o.cW. *redlo.r!' Cp.vn.ry>> torf: ,, ? )'( "I
$20; uniform hat. It. brown S. Call 964-7933 after 6 PM. 10 Acres.$1,700 per ac., Clay County .IIP91 T ]
Motorcycle197B $8; patent leather holster No realtors. 8/26 2tpd 9/02 ROTARY Hwy.964-5606 100-West 964-5010 2V. Acres.$$.500. High& Dry .J..o" L "i'[ !RQiJXsSEARS' ;

and belt, complete, $8; SUNSHINE MOTEL CLUB 2 Acres$',500 well .
SUZUKI lOOt 2300 weight set. bench and mat Itchg'/02 3Acr..S.OOO.W.II. 1 if
miles. 495. Call 473-2214. f 2100 N T.m.l.A. needs COMMERCt4LWerepairallitkes
165 IDS., $100. Griff is loop. UNDER Spinet type 2 Acres lit wn$8,000'.3rrcr' -

I 5/20 tfn 964-5685. Itpd 9/02 NEW MANAGEMENT I piano will pay $300 cu.....,.Wo.*.ort,i.s I._....'". .Jls cfbla"W '
Color TV Air Condo & moveCall Herb Wall& Al Young'sSince

Encore Low Weekly Rates I 964-7910 CabinetsSun '964-5958
or964.55U. Kitchens PaintIngBathrooms China
til par prt n I I PanelingHome Decks )(
I l_lr.tl pu......." ERA Faulkner Realty Realtor j 964-6918
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Book Shelves
Is Having A Super Summer Sale I 964.5065

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All Summer Items Must Go ,..-. ...'.11 .i u .usssiseesiiiiiii .' ;SUrti s.. US 381
All Summer Items Will Be 1/2 Price. EARN EXTRA MONEY Mobile Home Ro I>" Cool Sealed ANNOUNCING -

-- Men women. B childrens short sleeve shirts, bathing
suits shorts, and mens lies.a L STARKE LAWTEY RAIFORD J. R. B.atten the Opening.'of r'j WellDrillin

This Week Only ,< Application are now biting taken for Times-Union Longchamp Enterprises & Associates Inc. ,.

Sept.2 thru Sept. kV Morning Paper Route Applicants must be able to post Estimates > .
; )) a cash bond. have reliable transportation and a Phone 944-S227 Free References 'You know the name Longchamp because of our quality I 2\\' thru 6r; '
Day er Night
) telephone. home Now get to know us better through our new Fast

Shop & Compare!! Call 604.5165 Real Estate Office. I RotarrDrilling

Special Insurance for r This Is an ideal .uppl.m.ntallncom. for a houswife, Equip.
k( reitrement couple teacher etc. YOUR CHOICE Spread out with 4 acres or setter will State LlcensePumps,-

NEED Mobile Hume of Parks homeowners ,( EXCELLENT PROFITS : .ATTENTIONSerious divide Into 2 two acre parcels; Not far from,town. IIr. . .,. .

-. MONEYAll types I Job Seekers GREAT TERMS -i: .
!II acre near Keystone Heights 230 ft
policies for; ------ .. '*f ... t). | ** rj ., .
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Use Your Home mobile homes. Would you like to set your own hours with practicallyno New!,& Used

Equity. We make Call for Quote I limit on earning and have vacation as desired? If FANTASTIC FISHING Just down the road at Hampton Sales'PartssServjceEZ :;.

lit ,& 2nd Mtgs. Olin's. Mobile LIMITED TIME ONLY I so ting/bundling then why mail.not conveniently Receive work work and -with payments us sor by Lake beautiful lots only 500 ft from pubic boat ramp. TermsPlumbing

Call for I I For Information, self I S Lt.\ 5.. . ". .
us a quote Home Sales mail. Start immediately a LARGE LOT IN CITY Spacious lot on Bessent Road,
: 964-5010 Elaine M. Olin Agent 3 br. brick Vh bath central I 'addressed stomped envelope assures a prompt reply cal for more details, priced right. '
veneer H/A
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9645606Lett's carport utility room and Florida 3J 7i. & Associates .
carpeting Longchamp Enterprises Inc. ,New Installation
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your 3OlSol.ith Starke Remodeling
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,Welcome All My 'Friends From M50". '291." It 'I'"I.. .t .- .:_.1-ti..t j COMPANY

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[ Fender liender : lati Ford, was hO thboundonForsyth'Road driving a 1981.Buick, was westbound 14
In Lake Butler in Starke when he swerved to on SR-100. Starling attempted to turn 14 .
.avoid another vehicle and lost control left in front of the Brown's Buick at .
There were no injuries, no citations of his vehicle which slid Into the ditch. the Lake Ave. intersection.
and little tt..mage! when a Chevrolet Damage: to the Ford in the August Brown's vehicle struck Starling's It
truck backed up and struck a vehicle 29 accident! was $50, according to vehicle and knocked it into a 1965 Sept 7 Clay County voters will have a choice of two persons to represent them It

Vn SW, 3rd St in Lake Butler on; Trooper B. A, Williams. Ford truck which was at the intersec- ,.I. in the Florida Senate for the new 8th District comprising all of Clay and part
August 29Pamage'. tion of SR-1()(), The truck was driven
to the 1982 Chevrolet truck Two Cited In 3CarAccident by Jerry Joseph Powell of Starke. of Southwest Duval County. It

Jriven by Randy Howell Jenkins of In Lake Butler Damage to the Buick was $1,000. *
Lake Butler was $25. Damage to thetlnl' Damage to the Oldsmobile was $500. .
| Oldsmobile which'' was parked Richard W. Starling was cited for Damage to the truck was $100 according The choice is clear: Do you want a senator who did not want you, or a senator :

was Williams.$10, according to Trooper B. A. Joseph making Powell an improper for having turn an and expiredtag Jerry to Trooper B. A. Williams. ,I. who has demonstrated keen concern for Clay County and its unique problems It

on his vehicle follwing an accident Staff Sgt. Prescott I' ?
d Minor Accident August 28 in Lake Butler. Charter Member *
Starling of Raiford driving a 1974 Of New Command >
On Forsyth Road Oldsmobile was eastbound on SR-100. i I Joe Carlucci fought bitterly to keep Clay County out of his district when the :
riintnn F..v >* of c.i: .rkp. driving II Darren Roy Brown of Lake Butler
Staff Sgt. Paul D. Prescott Jr., son .* legislature was drawing up the new court ordered redistricting plans. He It
of Mrs. Jeannette Prescott of
Brooker Florida, is a charter ,* wanted no part of you, as the newspapers reported concerning the redistric- :

' member of the Air Force's new major '*: ting controversy:
command the Command.'I' It
1 Space
. : Legal Notices The Space. Command to be i ..

, ..fOrt established Sept. 1 with headquarters f "The big loser in the change would be Carlucci who would have to It
in Colorado Springs Colo., will
|-x- IN THE COUNTY COURT of the Court In the above styled manner, manage and control assigned opera I I. trade St. Johns County, where he owns property and spends con- ..

i let .VC'LUSIACOUNTY, FLORIDA have levied upon the following described tional space assets and provide a link : siderable time, for Clay County, where citizens' groups have objected :
I CASE'74.917.SP.01 property of the dfndont. between research and development '
I e II On.1974 American 2-Door activities and operational users for :. heatedly to being connected to Jacksonville". Florida Times-Union, It I

I.oe: BARNETT BANK OF DELANO N.A. Vln: ME465HI85208 Air Force space programs. March 21,1982.Florida *
'.rta BANKAMERICARD CENTER License Plate SCN 487 Prescott is a safety technician at *
L,: Plaintiff I will off.r for tale and tell to the Peterson Air Force Base Colorado.I' It

highest bidder, for cash In hand subject *
ync w Times-Union May 21 1982 Steve Pajcic
Rep. ,
VS to all prior liens If any on the 24th day of *
September, 1982, at II:00 Clock In the : ; :. member of the House reapportionment conference committee onCarlucci's *
sal J BETTY LOU KELLY HALE A.M. at the parking lot between the Courthouse \1JqW.r.r
.(I Defendant and the Union County Jail Lake : 'q : objection to having Clay County in his new district: "I (Pa- *

o1e Butler Florida to satisfy the above named ': app' 'tit1g; ; :: jcic) personally favor another plan, but if Joe continues to refuse to *
Idw NOTICE OF SALE Execution. .. 4-
I.' John H, Whltehead.Sherlffof : negotiate, he risks winding up in a heavily populated black district or *

Notice I I. h.r.by glv.n that I, John H. Union County, Florida II* a district with Clay County, which he also doesn't want" It
a Whlteheod, a* Sheriff of Union County, Union County Courthouse
7e' FLorida under and by virtue of a Writ of Lake Butler Florida 32054 r I f. .

Execution I..u.d out of and under the seal 9/02 4tchg 9/23 If he doesn't want you, imagine how interested he'll be in your problems or *

,03 ITw how effective he'll be in them since Duval 4-
- *: solving especially County

.Ie dominates Clay in the new plan by a ratio of 3 to 1. **

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Lawtey Florida .

0n Chicken & Rice Master of Ceremonies RAYON RUGS *: CHOOSE A FAIR AND EFFECTIVE SENATOR :

Joe Brooks Rayon is a fiber which is
i mci Pilau used mainly in the manufacture *: Nancie Crabb pledges fair representation to both Clay and Duval coun- :

.we-j $200 of scatter rugs, or throw ties. She has demonstrated her understanding of Clay County problems and .
| sal tent 1 ...
} Admission
A.o tm pm FREE rugs as they are known to will work vigorously to accomplish these things for you: *
many people., Rayon is ""Orne"
C*)1 1R3U GOSPEL SINGERS APPRECIATION DAY times also used in the manu .' Defend the unique and separate Clean up sludge dumps, and end :

"H 1I I 12:30: The Cooper Family 6:00 The Gospel Travelairs facture of wall-to-wall carpetfor *1 identity of Clay County and not the disposal of hazardous wastes ..

1:30 Rhema. 6:30: Sunnyside B.G.'Gospel bathrooms. Rayon i i. pop- : allow more populous Duval to in Western Duval and Clay counties ..
.tat ular because it can be dyed increased for the
7:00 Redeemed dominate. Secure funding ,
2:00: The Pine Ridge Quartet
due many different colors. Secure funding for a Brandon Clay County Sheriff's Department.
2:30: Susie Family of God 7:30 The Masters Rayon has been known in *
3:00: Heaven's Railway 8:00 The Gospel Sounds this country since about 1911 Field Road connector to 1-10. Get funding for a library for the *

4:00: Business Meeting .. ? ,U.The.Clarions) ,but.Was not used in the man.. Preserve the area's environ- Middleburg area. ., *
ufacture of until after k.ment including i the Osceola NationMore monies for maintenance '_ .. *
MI '<4i30The.BiddleFamliyl; ". : ._QrOpiRevc.Marchant) C & f J rug : :
j ",' ,SJOO'thejCej r yFarrlll T"0',. ?w9":30.Lamp: Lighters | '"worrcr! War II. As you probably al Forest, for boating, hunting and and paving orroads. 4-
I .0 Travelairs 'already' know, rayon is '* fishing.
I 5:30 The Christ Ambassadors 10:00: The Gospel ] the oldest man-made fiber. .

Qlq Campers Welcome Everyone Invited Bring Lawn Chairs Our personnel know carpet : VOTE FOR THE SENATOR WHO WILL SHOW CONCERN FOR CLAY
and the fibers used to make .

'.pa carpet. Tell them your needs : COUNTY ALWAYS, NOT JUST AT ELECTION TIME

and they will be happy to .
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Teal Tile : NANCIE CRABB :

1 Wli)Jar' J.f, ", ., & Carpet '1: m STATE SENATE DISTRICT 8 DEMOCRAT .

c'qgmu'. i ,ras ,, 1 131 Starke N. Cherry Florida St. cm- She Has the Experience :

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)})()(<'-.. oo). At W 1PU 964-7423 ;. ;\ ? She Has the Drive and Desire to Work for You.

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: I l J'H } idoM "'dx I "A OFFICE SPACEfacIng LAKE LOT on sand bottomed
all'of the services"Involved.In 1' tf Im'lo'fil t tiditional t INOO..AMERICAN Hillcrest. $800 : Large scuppernongandmuscadine
H lVe< A SR-21. grapes.UPick.
funeral and burial having been established for .* LEGION HAll AGENT training to Andrew Drugs. Also down, $146.44 per month. .
f ::: u'We'6rh'kbls t6""p'ttS\deOUr find rJ t i rl t P Saturday? p.m. Public In. cia..... Beginning S.pt27, several large offices for Phone 473-4058 or Easy picking. Openevery
any yea our facility ,. . vit.d. B/S tfnchg Gainesville Phone day. Lilly's Vineyard.
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X I 10PT" +"W J" p (1 tlU" rent in rear of building 473 4367 after 6pm
',l5ery1ces" tQ you.. at less cast.Y r "eJHI ,6) ".' .. t if ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS 3726900. 50 hr*. facing Flamingo. Call tfnchg Florahome, 12 miles east
2\f1\ II j..: :1r ... Closedmeetings classroom of Keystone Height on
!I. <. Loa.a I.' ) I study. 2tpd 473-3411. tfnchg BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA
'ai" '.fo{! I ooo'ei Monday 8 p.m. 8/26-9/2 from 5500. Hwy. 100 Ph. 6392121
C. Jones >' STORE BUILDINGOOOsq) access lots
J n: MMOOI I DeWitt .', :: ,We. .' Jt 1 Open meeting Friday 8 In front of Keystone Post $500 down, $71.74 p.r
"911 i 1111.I II q'I'1"' '/ p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 YARD SALE3FAMILYOorage Office on Commercial Circle month. Discount on entire WANTEDLOOKING
I"U, .5d' IA i I. Funeral,Home&H\ p.m. All meeting Community at up to 3,000 sq.ft. 10 acres. One waterfrontlot.
Building. Sole: Suitable for auto repair Call. 473-4373. 8/3 for carpool to
Starke Keystone Hgts. Church 473-2790 or Thurs.. Fri., and"'Sat., 10 etc. Call 473-2149 or evenIngs tfnchg Gainesville Working
oer 964.6200 ,I'\ .. ", .473-3176 ', 175.2130.8/5 tfn chg. a.m. till... Furniture, 4732014. tfnchg 8/3 10AT..16 ft. Alrslot. 125 hp. hours 8 a.m. 3 p.m. Call
'I't3' Ade no; j.. I OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo cloth.*,. plants, 'boat and SPRING LAKE COTTAGEFurnished. Evlnrude. Tilt Trailer. Excellent 473.2976 after 7 p.m.
t .,itr. dues, fee or weighIn trailermiscellaneous' A/C. Year condition. Safety
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J'hM C -r' R" u "'g4 :. + .. 2BR. LPN Private Duty Nursing In
M open meeting Tu. and $3,150.
lv Items. Sylvan Way round rental, $200/MO. equipped Keystone or outlying area
day, 7:30: p.m., St. Anne'sEpiscopal Palmetto. Itchg 9/2 $200. d.po.lt.269.1917.tfnch9812 negotiable. 4751596. Monday Friday Fees
Church MOVING SALE '. Fri, Sat., 9/2.9/9 negotiable. Call 4733175.
Keystone Height Sun.. 'all day. Furniture IN MELROSE28R. 2 Bath KING SIll WATER liD SOMEONE to work as crossIng .
1-] Union County Ads I 473-2790 7/1 tfnchg. baby thing., clothing golf doublewide on 2 acres. frame liner, heater $125.; guard on guard of

,. .. liNGO -Llon Club across club., art work etc. .Fair. 475-1983 or 475.9400. Itpd 7'4' Pool table, sticks, rack, SR-21 and Pecan St., i.hrs.
.. from high tchool.
T"n way and SR-21 So.' 9/2 $45; Room airconditloner, wks. $3.35 per hour. Itchg
REAL WANTED''ROOM Tuesday, Early Bird 7 473-4712 Itchg 9/2 GATORtONE LAKE38R. 1 $15. 473-2839. Itpd 9/2
Adsv.1l. PERSONAL Regular, 7:30 TOYS Will pay up to $5 for
Classified p.m.; p.m. Bath study, CH/A. carport EARLY AMERICAN sofa in
SERVICESPIANO ESTATE Public invited 8/3 tfn chg. NO DOWN PAYMENT! 3 $400/mo. fair condition $40, Full six' each good used toy. Call.
Get Results WANTED'TO RENT FREE A female Golden BR, 2 BA home on over MOBILRHOME.: 38R, 2 mattress and box springs, for appointment. 473 7373
.? AGESI'N.w LOOKING FOR a special Preferably with private entrance Retriever, 2.y.ar. old one acre. 45500. Bath unfurnished off Hwy good condition $65. Call
496-2261 USSONS-All piece of property If I and private bath. love chldren. Goad watchdog 18. CH/A. $220/mo: SILVER. 4732864. Itchg 9/2 NOTICECLASSIFIED
quaraler beginning. .don't have It, I'll find It-Ju.t Must bo air conditioned. 4732898. tfnchg 8/26 ONLY $300 DOWN I 3 BR. LAKE ACCESS 2BR., 1 24" BOYS 10-SPEED bike ..x.c.U.nt .
Sept. 1. osk....JANE S., USHER, Nonsmoking white male. with Bath furnished CH/A. condition asking ADVERTISING
BA carport
of 1
AAA :coll.II.d.gr, member Call 496-2222 and ak for should be
REALTOR 496-2126 or LOSTFOUNDMAN'S $230/mo.; SILVER $65; 2 professional submitted to the
REAL ESTATE FSMTA. Near 4963976.Worthington 496-2903' 'eves., "Your, Loul. Itpd. 8/19. $29,500. LAKE garage ACCESS 2Br. 1 Bath, photographic light meter Lake Region Monitor officeIn
; AGENCY Spring 8/128/19 8/26. 3tchg Union County Realtor tfn s BROOKLYN lAVa 2 BR, I furnished CH/A, garage, (like n.wt.) $12 each or writing and paid In advance .
> 3/26. FOR SALE $250/mo OFFICE SPACE: both for $18; SS Hamilton unless credit i.alr.CI'dy Is
:Sty' Ph. 7M-OS77 'WANT TO BABYSITl In'my WATCHSUNGLASSES BA lake cot- ;
FOR ALL YOU REAL ISTATI Left at At Keystone Center, 375 selfwlnd. waterproof, established with
home. Phone White tandy
.NEEDS,Call Venera Brown tag. ihockproof., like new .this office.
Listed 9/2. BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM. S Keystone Branch Library. Furnished. sq ft., l60/mo. Keystone
Just 496-3022, Sandy, Hozen BATH CB/BRICK HOME Monitor office and beach. Heights Realty Inc.. wristwatch cost, $143. asking Monitor staff cannot beheld
Families, Call
I7.'Weeded Acres IIO for 496-3994 eve or Gerrl L..,/ Pool,. landcapd yard, 473-2210 $49,300. REALTOR 473-4961 tfnchg $40. If Interested call 'responsible' for
everybody Identify.
Q Choice location. something non 496-3140. TIHin and outbuilding with 2.5 ----- 9/9 Sutanne ,at 473-3069, mistakes on classifieds
Owner financing goodie to junk. Follow the Owen Inc, Realtor! Rt. 2 S20.000 down. MOBILE HOME plus 2 1lpd9/2 when ad I I. token over the
no .. ...... Co. sign,, 9 'and 1/2 mile acre .
.1. In Union Box 786 lake Butler FL: Balance owner financed at REMODELING ft acres. 3 large bedroom. 1911 YAMAHA63O Maxim t.l.phone.Clouifl.d
:11 north of 10O-wes ,of north.crossing'or'3'miler on 121 from 121 and 110 percent foe',,IS-year.. HOME REPAIR .. ell kInd. 2 full bath., CH/A. PERSONAL 2400 miles like new deadline is
Olu.... Creek. Terms from'100 Raiford City. 'Itpd INSURANCEMAINIS Additional., acreage Room eddltlarx. FreeEstlmete $27,000.. ''With Owner, SERVICES $1450. Call 4733887. Itchg Tuesday noon\ prior to
..... ore negotiable. 9/2.. available. Flexible term *. 473-2187. Terms. Thursday publication.
"" INSURANCE AGENCYi Minimum charge Is 15
All on SR .I"r Worthlngton Builder CARPENTER WORK HELP
40 Acres unclearedlend. 160 S. Lake Ave.. lake Springs; Phone. John Adam SPRING' LAKE 2 BR, 1 BA Remodeling work kitchen word for'$2.75. then 10
.: Front ." fR-U, FOR RENTTYPIWRITTftS |r T Sutler. 4963978. Complete. 476-3623. TFN 7/22.' Lake cbttoge with 100' cabinet, and trim WANTEDSCIENTIFIC cents for .each ,word
north el IH-IJ1.; !.. Insurance, Services TFN.} PULPWOOD 'EQUIPMENTlUnlloador white sandy beach, carpenter. Reasonable 'thereafter.
'I '. .,. Investment ..... AND.. .ADDING without .she.,, 1..tI'l Aldflar.'I $33.000. prices. Call 473.2477after HAIR SALON: In. ,
LOSTFOUND.FOUNDLAKESIDE1 modle S 46-VM vlte stylist and co.tyll.t.for
,-- MACHINIS PORRINTi aw S.30p.m7/l tfnchg. '
E Acre*.....,etful meMIe Union County limes, on Wauboko engine Barco ,SERVICES 3 ACRE WATERFRONT CARPENTRY" AND MASONRY an Interview.'Position Steve Broadway
h.....,' or homesteadHe 83 SW 2nd' Ave. Lak.lutl.r. PARK loader Model 120. I Whit. Sand. lake. Paved WORK Building patio. require bade skills In color cutting -,, ', :'TREE SERVICE
( ., On*,ecro ....r.... Phone 496-2261 for SWIMMING ARIA Aug. 9, Tlmberlack'.kldder'wlth| : frontage. 160 on lake. additions, remodeling p.rming.and ,
well commitment
.y, Near ht51' 044I. morO; Information/. 'TFN prescription .un''glo._. Eco Model 36 Grapple ,: tJs.- $34,000 with owner home and tile work. Free as recommend os a professional Removal
to .
SR.lll.' Terms 10/1. ii', Contact Union County ..hart"woad., 'trailer*. 1979 S" term. estimates. Phone 473-4473 .
MNN!. RENT TO OWNS A New Time*.496-2261. TFN 8/19. ford pickup, 1770 Ford 1134713.pars during day. 7/1 tin chg. Anticipate care continuous product *: 'Trimming
'. "I Baldwin Piano of your ..Iruckvw. Farmer ? and HOUSE CLEANING service
: -CelumWe. choice.: Parramoro Muile; Dealer lank Mr. Howard... weekly or one time |obs. training. and upgradingskills. Fr >. Estlmat
334 Acre In HEIGHTS Resume required.
904-732- 776, Ocolo. 7/8 FOR RENT 4621O5 ltchg !/2. KEYSTONE Ref.r_... 473-1306 4tchg
,divided.Term I .. Of MuirElsehis
C. CovM bo "Please call for Interview
NnMOIILI T_ bedroom .bete. 1ft .REALTY INC.Realtor B/19-9/10 473-4732
475 2211 Doris Hair
HOMI 12X701 3 town leree yerd, Ingle or1 Classified Ads IppRaasis CHILD CARE In my home. Clinic.appl. 9/2
Notary. ServicePoriMenCovnty bedroom, 2 full bathroom. couple. GetResultsCati'Janlce $.rilrg IrarffoHCmrafl I 473-4941 full-tl_,'port-lime. Monday tfnchg After 5P.M.KeystoneHeight.
nice yaid on Hwy. 00 496-2971 or 496-3007, through Friday.\ Excellent Classified Ad"Get'Results I
John UneJere Jr. IClC>llfedotwn\ Starke .weekend Clay ** 440 Lawrence Blvd. cora and meal' .
Roster Ase.ala.193BU evening*or ..... .......
and lake butler. Phone. Itch,"" a-- R Keystone Height 4134262. Itchg 9/2
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Our Local Men in the Armed FrcesI'eth. ; :

; !oil<<. Kowner extensive instruction on- both, high Then once a month for one weekend, period of one year. This past two Tin' course was long and difficult wear the uniform" of the traditional
'1'alPs SAC Training altitude Instrument navigation and the candidates were given more Instruction weeks wraps up what some can- and) many candidates who began "Minite Men always ready to defend
low-level, high speed visual naviga- and classroom work for a didates call "a lifetime." never finished. But those who did willHOW'TO And protect I
lion. Instrui'lion included
T 'Kh apt Stephen M. Koerner, son
studios, use of flight training ., -4
"f Ann M
"> Markus of Derry, N. H?
iml simulators and participation in In-
Walter Kocrner of Keystone
Heights\ Kla, has participated in an flight training.
Air Forte Strategic Air Command
.SAO' exercise called Global Shield Hev. iVl. Mcnicr ,

H2 Completes CoursesTo

Kmrner, an air traffic control Become Grant
2nd Lieut.Rex Bill
technician with the 2192nd Com- '
munications Squadron at Loring Air
M. Siemer, son of Otto and _
FOrie Base, Maine, joined others tf!' _
from all SAC units in the United Eloise Siemer of Starke has suc- i
States and selected Air Force cessfully completed courses lasting 12
to 14 hours a day, in the classroomand
Iteservc and Air National Guard units
to take part in command post and in the field, along'with 18 other Wants To Be Your ..
men and women, preparing f
field training exercises. Global Shield Y
H2 was the fourth such exercise held themselves to become second
the command It lieutenants in the Florida National
by in as many years. State
was designed to enhance readiness Guard. SenatorBill
and the ability of the 'command to The course, one of the most
carry out orders which support U.S. rigourous and extensive in the United
( national policy should deterrence States, tested the mental and physical 1
tail abilities of the candidates as I hey car .I
Components of the U.S. Navy and ried out a number of military missions \

Marine Corps, as well as elements of under conditions of immense _
the Canadian forces, also par pressure.
the Graduation ceremonies were held
licipated in exercise.
His wife, Carole, is the daughter of Sunday, Aug. 29, at 4 p m. in the
Anatole and Cecile Mailhot of Man- Starke National Guard Armory. i Grant

hester, N.III'vt. the Much candidates of the training included received leadership by : is for getting tough on criminals ands

.l mmie Rodgers Jr. duties and responsibilities; drill and
Graduates Observer CoursePvt. ceremonies; various weapons firing for capital punishment
and maintenance; map reading and
land navigation:: ; and a host of other
Jimmie Rodgers, Jr., son of courses. The final two weeks of training -

Kla.Jimmie. and L.Ruth Rodgers M. Butler of Riverview of Starke,, War took II training place at'amp the sprawling located outside World Bill Grant : is against peat mining in the Santa Fe

has graduated from the U.S. Army Starke.
!t forward observor course at Fort Sill l, Training began last summer with a Swamp
\ Okla. two-week junior candidate course.
His wife, Judy, is the daughter of
Pat Fleming of Ruskin Fla.

Pvt. Doster Arrives II I & It BLOCK Bill i I I Grant
For DutyIn Tax School To Offer StarkeThousands for stability in the family but is

West Germany of people are earning against abortion on demand.

Pvt Daniel. Doster, son of Emma money in their spare time as incometax

Strong of Lawtey, Fla., has arrivedfor preparers
duty in Wiesbaden, West Germany 11 & R Block, the world's largest income Bill Grant :

tax preparation service, is offering is for a balanced government budgetbut
Doster, an infantryman with the 8th a basic income tax course star
Infantry Division, was previously ting September 10 with morning,
assigned at Fort Benning, Ga. afternoon and evening classes is against a state income tax to
During the 12-week course,studentswill achieve itBill
Walter MacMillan study all phases of income tax

Graduates Tech School preparation and receive actual experience -
in preparing individual
returns. Experienced Block person- w Grant
Navy Electronics Technician 3rd nel will teach current laws, theory .o: believes prison personnel should be
Class Walter J. MacMillan, son of and application as practiced in Block
William J. and Sharon T. MacMillanof offices nationwide. There is a
Melrose, Florida, was graduatedfrom classroom lecture on each subject compensated for hazardous duty.,
Basic Electronics Technician and practice problems at every level.
School. Courses are programmed to teach
The course was conducted at the
students increasingly complex tax

Navy Service School Command, problems as study progresses .SilIGrant :: jis .a: Jdeiacon : arid Sunday ::-: Sc&QQl;
Great Lakes, 111. Students received in- Students wUl find the course IjpUi; to: >: ;_ ?
'troductory instruction electronic 0
circuit concepts, radar principals, teresting Anyone and may challenging.enroll. There are-no teacher in the First Baptist Church of

and the basics of radio transmittersand restriction or qualifications. Coursesare .

receivers. In addition, they ideally suited for housewives, 1. Madison.If
studied the procedures for repairing retired persons, teachers or persons .
amplifiers, transmitters, receiversane wanting to increase their tax
power supply lines. knowledge.

Qualified course graduates may be
offered job interviews for positionswith y
Ensign Honald SmithIs Block. Many accept employmentwith

Navy Flight Officer Block because of the flexible You Don't Know

hours available. However, Block is ,; :, :
under to offer :" i j. i .ft
Navy Ensign Ronald S. Smith, son no obligation employ '. .
ment under .' .I .td I II, '>)
of William and Malvina B. Smith of nor are graduates any M
Starke, has been designated a Naval obligation to accept employment with L> : ;;; ; ,i noJ
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Flight Officer (NFO). 11 & R Block. / }
Ensign Smith received his "wingsof The modest course fee includes all Bill GRANT ,"j,;, j'l ( ,I,,,,,,,at'!;, .:, j b9Uinl.1I11'jIlT
gold" upon completion of the six- textbooks, supplies and tax forms i! \ -u cnwgrtiwslb4dtnl/
week Advanced Jet Navigation necessary for completion of the t 'eJ-'t' I i i."' wo" '. 9-qi',ilotifan"

Course at the Naval Air Station, Pen- school. Certificates and 7.5 continuing 1 I', .ft" .tenant
sacola. education units will be awarded upon I ,,, ti ,ov xJia" "Wb}

During this final phase of the NFO successful completion of the course. i iB noB98
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training program, students received Registration forms and brochuresfor Ask Someone Who' Does" a- \n isd/ntm +esd991d ;
the income tax course may be obtained ,
by contacting the II & R Block ,. )!) nu'ijoila L J iSU'uIqsiim ( t, it U
office at 964 N. Temple Ave., Starke : $grout!; i jfl <"'II .('nh, 'poctor.d
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S under the firm name otST line running on a 30.48 construction they dame and that on the be received by INVEST IN
SALE /, RKE INSURANCE meter ((100 foot) wid. should be submitted to 27th day of September, September IS, 1982, 7 REAL ESTATE.Our .
Notice is h.r.by glv.n AGENCY, 737 S. Walnut right of way from the cooperative within 1982 Monday, at 1:00: p.m. to be considered. .y r- -
that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, St., Stark., Fla. 32091 Highway *100 (New thirty ((30)) days of the p.m. on said day on the All bids will be opened Ohek wiil ea. ERR I
Int.nds to said Substation) in of the Bradford
as sheriff of Bradford register Rlv.r publication of this premises and reviewed at this
County, Florida under fictitious name under the Bradford County (via notice. Additional information ,County Sheriff Office, I time. For information sales associates 1 ,FRULKNERERLT)
and by virtue of Writ of aforesaid statutes. cross country) In a northerly may be obtained will off.r for sale and call the City Clerk Jane know where to Ibbk for # .
Execution, to.witExecution : Dated this 19th day of direction to a at the cooperative's office sell to the highest bidder Hall,. at 468-1201. Mail Investment opportunitieshere r
Issued out August A. D., 1982 In substation near Florida at the above ad for cash, in hand, the bids to City of Hampton In town or all over the I .
of County Court of Clay Bradford County. State Prison in Bradford dr.... A copy of all comments above-detcrlbed property P. O. Box 250 Hampton. country And we have the,, f -yiOW
County, Florida pursuantto 8/264tchg9/16. County. This facility will received by the as the property of the Fl 32044. experience tcV help you get I 12
. .
I e e. 1I. be constructed said financing! at terms can yl'I
a Final Judg.m.nt for on cooperative will be sent Defendants to 9/02 2tchg 9/09 you J
Joseph A. Scanlan of NOTICEOF 113.000 volt specifications to REA for its evaluation. satisfy said Execution. afford. Tell us your objectlve.we'B I.. ,, ,,)11.l

Starke against,Fred Florida McCulloughand and INTENTIONTO REGISTER at and 69.000 operated volts. initially i. . .Itchg. .9/02. Dolph E. Reddish, for you help find them ..

Susan McCullough COURT OFBRADFORD ,_Igloo h durf2t 221 Lofeyette St.Across from Wishbone
Laslck The substation will be a Florida. .p-'
a/k/a Susan w prwpy.wmhly 9' OFFICE HOURS
Pursuant to Section 12/16/20 mVA 69,01.0 9/02 4tchg 9/23
d.f.ndants, in
amount of $502.00together 865.09, Florida Statut.s.notice Volt to 14.4/24.9 I kV CASE NO. 82.408,SP ... ...'. . A free press: NEIGHBORHOOD' Monday Friday f. S Saturday f. 12 noon
Is hereby given facility which requires a
with of
collection. costs that the undersigned.PAT .6302 hectare ((1.56 acre) US LIFE CREDIT NOTICE FOR BIDS i is h Your key PROPERTIES Inc.

Have seized and hove WEEKS, sole' owner site. CORPORATION.Plaintiff :i*\ J to freedom. Realtors
In) my possession the doing butlnes under the The Borrower's Environmental The City of Hampton Is t hpup.wpr ((904)945231IMDIMNDINTIY) OWUSOMD Y !
described firm name of BRADFORD vs now accepting bids for f OHIATIO
following per Report IZELL MONTGOMERYAND ,.omhl, 2t
t 198Z1\-C.n.uty
TRUCK EQUIPMENT U. which indicate GARBAGE pick-up: ii ,. y
tonal propeiry to-wlt: anticipated ZEILOUISE R..I h Co.por.IJOft.Iqu.1 .
1976 Chrysler 2 Dr. S. 301 North. lawtey, environmental MONTGOMERY .Once we.klyplck.up Homing Opportunity ) .hies j'Lr..r .
Florida Int.nds toregister ")'/> ton truck minimum
it Sedan, I.D. No, effects. Is being Defendants,
said fictitious siie. -- ----- -- -
SS22N6R253709. prepared for th. proposed ....-....... RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRIFLORILAND ]
As the property of the aforesaid name statute.Dated under. the project. This report NOTICE OF All sealed bids must ....
above named d.f.ndant can be reviewed at Clay SHERIFFS SALE R REALTY [
and that on Monday, the this 25th day of Electric Cooperative, Inc. b. received- by
13th day of September, August, 1982, A.D., In principal office, P. O. NOTICE IS HEREBY September 13, 1982, 7 Ip t 964.7700 ;
i 1962 at on. o'clock on Bradford County Box 308, Keystone GIVEN that I I. Dolph E. .m. to be considered J t 'ii '4
said day on the premises Florida. 9/16 Heights. Florida. The Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford All bids will be opened 'f t 393 N. Temple Ave, Starke 'Ii :. "' J.'.: to':.,' iQ "

of the Bradford CountyJail .. .8/26ltpd. .. . cooperative doe not County Florida, and reviewed at, this '_t Vernle P. Odom Broker CRI p too.-<,.. ..I".
cash I lr> hand the believe the proposed time. For Information ,
NOTICE under and by virtue of a J. O. Odom Jr. Associate 964 3476. Eve
F t R|
above described property prol.ct will have a Writ of Execution call the City Cl.rkJan., MAKE OFFER _
of sold defendant to EI.ctricCoop.rofv. significant ..H.con the heretofore issued' out of Hall, at 4681201. Mall F t It FOR THIS HORSE FARM
satisfy the aforesaid Execution. The Clay.. Inc. .quality of the human en the obov.-.ntltl.d bids to City of Hampton, f WE NEED LISTINGS rON 19% 'Acr.. On. 'acr. pond.' Four acr
announces vironment. ,The ,Rural f. O. Box 250,Hampton, LAND AND HOMES ,
that it I Is making Court. In the above- Fl 32044. ,, R t R larg. 'pines, balanc. (peI.ture. fenced.
Reddish, Sheriff Electrification Administration : '
Dolph E,
have levied !I. O B.
en application for a loan styled cause R't R groemhoutHomo I construction
make 9O22tchg909NOTICE
Bradford Florida .will .
County. from the Rural ,Electrification upon the following property R l FOR GRACIOUS LIVING: One of'SUrke'sfl with hr.. bodroonvon bath. Wood*toy.
.. .,.B/. .19..tchg. ..9/9.. '' Administration 'vlronmentol its own Independent assessment en- situate lying and .. .. ... -t....-' ..' R l landmark homes, 436 No. Walnut St. 11l' to cut tho. fuel co t.: Plus Control Hoot)
NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO which will provide > granting financial being In Bradford Coun FOR BIDS CONCRETE,BLOCK 3 bedroom, 2 bath, well Pretty Sotting All of that plus 10%
REGISTER for construction of 'prier'$0 ,' ty, Florida. lo-wlf; R built older home. Has nice yard. ,, R' r Aftumablo Mortgago. '
assistance ,
FICTITIOUS NAME approximately 10.822 The City of Hampton .U Jj ''. 131 ACRE FARM: Four chicken housed, 3,000Pft.
mile) ,Lols 2, 3 and) 6 of ; road frontage on US-30tj *
kilometers ((6.726 : bids for f14 \ ]
comment now accepting end .
there are any House Apartment .Per Rent It
I ,11 dell P .
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Pursuant to S.ctlon of 11S.OOO volt transmission Block 18. North R.no SID ACRE tot* ACRE LOT: JHce4 :
environmental TRASH pick-up: f ..... ,
on Ihe 4 ;'freperty Mana. nt Service..
863 09, Florida Statutes lino. The facilities aspect* Section 21, Township 6. Once ,weekly trash fl, $2500 to 335& :rerm.s. $500.<>> downpaymenUnforSyni. X11 .
notice covered by the on-t Range 23,, Stark., Bradford at !%,.. J] .. r 'Appr.ls.tsR
'II l hereby giv.nhot Including potentially pick-up
nouncemenl will consist ( "" County, Florida truck minimum ,p 25 ACRES: With US-30t frontage. Susen Ml: tS.ulkn.r-AlTOt6450
the 1V4
undersignedTerry '*r- too
A, Oaines and of 10.bJ2 kilometers' significant historical sue ,S ACRES: with 476 ft.) US-301. I R ,Irene U Feulkner,RtALTOt-ASSOCIATI-9e44143 j
I ,Clark (6.726 miles) ofHframe cheologlcal. l as the property of the IIn' l IS ACRES: Meal' for building! on.,tot... of shade ,trees,11Ids. Lucille SpryBROKIII SALtSMAN-9W-1120It
Philip W join'twJnai .
!4 ) transmission sites, _atid.fultural: above-named Deten- R Mme. .r 1. Al H.rb Welker. ., ASSOCIATE.16469SB
( sealed bids '
All must
doing'busn.st resources) of the propo- 1itlt tKKRURRRltRRRRltRRItRR)

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1 Florida: hunters have busy: season setFlir1da's'1982'ft -' I

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: { hunting season wilJh ,g seas, ":oPen 'where dec ared'"j p"'dllle'Pciialuzzle..loadlng! ; ggu It.1 And V { 1'1

begins September 1 with rail and legal game; second phase of mourn archery season Iq the Northwest
:'? gallinule seasons and will continue ing dove and while-winged dove Region closes.
through the spring turkey season A season ,
opensNovember March special five-day duck season in last 2l--First: phase of and fox squirrel seasons close.
September and an eilher-sex deer day statewide duck and coot season March (-Spring season for bearded
on January 9 .are bonuses to,sportsmen opens. In Leon County and Lake Mice .turkeys;or gobblers opens :" :> .
this year. cosukee in, :Jefferson County, water April' Zl-Sprin season close for
:; "We encourage all hunters to beta fowl hunting permitted only on bearded turkeys or gobblers.
certain to utilize safe hunting prac- Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays May 21-Crow season opens Saturdays
tices on their outings and conduct during the open season (also in these and Sundays only through October 23,
themselves In a sportsmanlike areas on November 25-20)): Rabbits may be'taken throughout
fashion," said Col. Robert M. Brantly November 2H-Second phase of mourning -,. .,the year;' r '; .:
;: executive director of the Game dove and white-winged dove .a Sportsmen are reminded to consul!
I" and Fresh Water Fish Commission. season closes.December ',the ,Florida Hunting, Handbook for
He said a true sportsman will be < 5-Firsl phase of duck and "complete' regulations, permits, and Lee Drawdy Has Always Supported the rights of
considerate of fellow hunters and non- coot season closes. license requirements. Also, regula-
i< hunters alike, always displaying December< II-Second phase of duck tions for state wildlife managementareas citizens to bear arms as provided for in the U.S. Constitution.
ethical conduct when hunting in and coot season opens. In Leon Count may differ. Sportsmen are asked
Florida's wilderness settings.. ty and Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson;: to obtain the state Wildlife Lee Drawdy Always Will Protect your right to own
I;: "Outdoorsmen in our state are for County, waterfowl hunting permitted Management Area Summary and in-
: tunate to have the wide range of only on Wednesdays, Saturdays and dividual management area regula- guns for protection of yourself, family and property.
:! wilderness settings and waterfowl Sundays and December 23-24 tions and maps for details ;
!:f r habitat that provide ample opportunity December 30-31 and January 17; thirdphase The counties in the Northwest Lee Drawdy has Approved any request for pistol per-
:; for sport hunting and which also of mourning dove and white- Region are Escambia, Santa Rosa,
fi:: serve to enhance the food source of winged dove season opens. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, mits that has come before him as a member of the Clay Co.

!f:: thousands of Florida families," he January :3-Third phase of mourning Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Commission.Lee .
:t said.Here dove and white-winged dove season Gulf, Franklin, Liberty, Gadsdcn, ,
I--:: is the 1982-83 calendar as closes. Wakulla, Leon and Jefferson.In Member
is Active the National Rifle
:: released by the Commission: January -White-tailed! deer the Northeast Region, I he coun- Drawdy an of i
:: season ties Madison, Hamilton,
closes in Central, South Evergladesand are Taylor Association.
td Florida's 1982-83 Hunting Northeast regions either sex Suwannee, Lafayette, Dixie, Levy,
w:;::t ti Season Calendar deer day management in all areas of areas;the state and ,that excluding Gilchrist Bradford,, Alachua Columbia" ,Clay Baker, Duval, Union and, Lee Drawdy is Oppossed to any form of gun control. ;

i:3 September l-Rail (clapper, king portion of the eastern Evergladessouth Nassau.
.; Virginia and sora) and Florida of the Tamiami Trail (U.S. The Central Region counties are St. Pd. Pol. Adv Paid tor by
(common) gallinule season opens. Highway 41 lying east of the Johns, Putnam Flagler, Marion, Treasurer N Wayne AllenHelping
Citrus, Sumter, Lake Volusia,
September 18-Archery season opens Everglades National Park); turkey
statewide. Areas closed to archery season closes; black bear season Seminole, Orange, Osceola and
::t hunting include Broward County; closes in Baker and Columbia coun- Brevard.
_::3 that portion of Dade County east of ties; wild hog season closes. The Everglades Region countiesare '
::::=1 Levee 28 and south of U.S. Highway January II-Crow season closes. Indian River, Okeechobee, 'St.
;:3 41; that portion of Palm Beach Coun- January 15-Crow season opens for Lucie Martin, Palm Beach, Hendry,
tl:: ty south of State Road 80; and that Saturdays and Sundays through Collier, Broward, Monroe and Dade.In .
portion of the South Region, the countiesare
Hendry County east of February 20.
,..r Levee 1 and Levee 2. Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas,
A September 25-Special: experimental January l7--Second phase of Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee,
::3 duck season opens. statewide duck and coot season Hardee, Highlands,Sarasota, Dcsoto,
:; September 29-Special! experimental closes. Charlotte, Glades and Lee. ;*
t :! duck season closes. January 18-Special scaup (bluebill) -.1
in all -------------
., October 2-First phase of mourning season begins open waters of
Charlotte Harbor from the
g dove and white-winged dove season
: Power and Light line, four miles east
opens. of U.S. Highway 41 bridge on the
:w statewide.October 17-Archery season closes Peace River, and from the El Jobean

Bridge (State Road 776)) on the

;::;: season October(statewide 22-24-Muzzleloading). gun Boca Myakka Grande River to Pass a line east running through from people is what
October 31-First phase of mourning
dove and white-winged dove season Bokeelia to the mainland; all open
.. closes. waters of Tampa Bay; all open
::::iNovember 6--Crow season opens waters of Sarasota Bay south to the
Albee Road Bridge; all open waters of
statewide; snipe season opens Lemon Bay all waters of Bis-
:: statewide. ; open
:.: November 6--Rafl and gallinule cayne Bay lying south of the Biscayne

,:c".:!( season closes.November .13--White-tailed deer Barnes National Sound Monument; all open to and waters including of In- being a Congressman
dian River south from State Road 516;
season throughout the state
d opens ; and all open waters of Estero Bay.
season opens for gobblers or bearded
t;:: turkeys in Alachua County and January 30-White-tailed deer season
st turkeys of either sex in remainder of closes in the Northwest Region.
M; the counties of the state; black bear January 31-Special scaup (bluebill)
season opens in Baker and Columbia season closes.
counties;, bobwhite quail season February 5-Special muzzle-loading : ;j is all about
:; SSaSiEHLSffii/ ; /: seasons opens KU>1$nJ> arclxejr&seasonvopens in-the t AIL .A i -
4 fot S tret' ason oj>erfs"i except an Northwest Region. f
@' Lee, Hendry?Palm Beach, Monroe, February 6-Woodcock; !ason'clos s.'
Collier, Broward and Dade counties; February 20-Crow and snipe seasons r

:.$-, . Meet a few of the citizens Congressman Don Fuqua has
$ ;
?Z: Antlerless permitsto wildlife management areas have recently assisted either individually or for their commu-
be mailed soon been filled, according to the Game : ,.,- ,
and Fresh Water Fish Commission.The nities institutions. You've heard their
Commission had expected to or probably seen or
t The random drawing for antlerless
p:;; deer permits on state wildlife allow hunters to an for additional unissued oppor- "' / comments on radio and TV. Though their stories are each
management areas will be held the tunity apply permits '.
last week of August with permits to be White after September, quota hunt 10.coordinator However,for Eddie the '; unique, they all agree on one thing Don Fuqua was

mailed the Game in late and September Fresh Water, accordingto Fish Division of Wildlife, said all the hunts ready to help when they needed him. Just as he will be
had been filled through the first ap-

; Commission.Deadline for hunters to have sub- plication. when you do!

f mitted the applications to be included fet 11Vj... t, ,>' -.",-t-" 't
., in the drawing was August 6.The time W (& ,. f *! ejv; ;\" :L; i dedof :
lapse allows wildlife biologists and 'Waterfowl hunt'rrs .
management specialists to conduct
deer density surveys as close to the regulationserXfow4h .
hunting season as possible to deter?* t&ftre reminded U
mine the number of antlerless deer to,] \ ( ; ?
be harvested. W < require*, the : 4 .. ,
use of a plugged shotgun (three shell 4
.01' :.,. ., capacity.birds.) when. hunting migratory 'J\\ ..} t.Q" ,
same -
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special hunts listed on the use of plugged shotguns when hunting
.state, game jn Coach Jake Gaither Elizabeth Johnson Carl Joseph Ellis A. Todd Katie Mathews
J.}..,.bugLpplicatianJo{} ( : nbtion-angijatory! Florjda.TAT Hosford Tallahassee
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Depression glass collector/ Lnurti Huynes with some OJ her prized possession .

Depression glass products ,

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harken back to an age'J: off )

of quality craftsmanship I I

tiy Mark FrtetllinBCTSTaff ing in the early I'MW's.! Some say the "Sometimes you meet people who Don't Miss Out
Writer work of the 1920's and 1930's have yet turn out to be your friends for life." on
i Depression Glass, products of a to be duplicated even today. She says one of the things that In- This Special
gentler age when craftsmanship, instead Laura spends at least half of the terests her most about the glass is an
of mass production, was para- week "on the road" in search of new affinity for the years in which it was Sale
mount are the featured item at one of glass items and sometimes it takes produced from the early 1900'sto the
the many booths at "Pocket Change"near hints, vague leads and rumours to early IWO's.
the Flea Market in Waldo. track down the best pieces. There are "The times were so different then,
Waldo's Laura llaynes is the proprietor very few collections to be had privately it was a simpler age really, when STUMP'SDept.
of the shop featuring a collec- and even individual pieces are hardto everyone seemed to pull together
tor's item that is becoming rarer and locate because there were only a because everyone had the same problems
more difficult to find with each pass- limited number produced ,"she says "The glass reminds
ing year. "Sometimes you hear from one person me of those days, it's something Star
"Pieces like these," she says, you meet how a relative of theirs, tangible that you can hold onto.Every .
holding up a gracefully sculpted or a friend perhaps, has a piece that piece has its own history and a story
lemonade pitcher dating back to 1933, has been" in the family for a long behind it." -- Bradford Square Shopping Center
"are becoming harder and harder to time, she says. "A lot of my nicest 301 S. Starke
find because they have become so items have been family heirloomsthat
popular in the last few )'ears. There someone finally decided to sell."
seems to be a real renewed interest In
collecting all sorts of items from that One of the things she, and many of ... . . .,'x x x x x x x w x x x w f'. x it x x *. x x . . .. .-
era" the others who operate some of the
Actually the term Depression Glass changing shops at the roadside exchange #
covers many styles and trends in like best about their occupations There Is A Difference
glassmaking that took place before is the different people they *
and after the depression years of the meet, both in doing business and on *
the road seeking new items to offer.
early 1930's Workmanship,
quality ?
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from both the United States and teresting folks when I've been out
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i Bradford Art Festival Setanu ** f

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YCI- anu kliai jucaiia Ll1e uou au uv"' LII''" .un"11" .. To All and Any Gun Control Legislation
2nd Annual Indian Summer Arts and half of Florida and south Georgia ..
Crafts Festival not far off. have entered and local exhibitors include -
The Community Action Club of basketweaver George Ann Horton It
Bradford County sponsors the Indian of Starke, woodcarver Steve *
Summe show and has set the last Hunter of Brooker, wood framer AI *
weekend 'f September- and Saturday Sappenfield of Keystone Heights, So state Unified Sportmen of Florida (Affiliated with National Rifle Association)

Sept 25, this yearas the date porcelain and silk dollmaker Faye 206 South Monroe Street, Suite 5, P.O. Box 6565, Tallahassee, FL 32301 I
for the annual show at the Bradford Crouse of Lawtey, and Ermie and :
County Fairgrounds Jackie Jones of Jones Craft Shop In ((904)) 222-9518
Exhibits will be on display for Starke. ..
public browsing and purchase from 10 $400 in cash prizes will be awardedat :t. I
a.m. to 5 p.m. on the 25th. Admissionwill the show with the best of show win- : rated candidates "' --
The listed above recently in the District 21
be free, full dinners and ners in two categories- organization ,
refreshments will be available, and 3-dimensional (wood work, House Race. Through information submitted by candidates on questionnaires, i* i
CAC club members are expecting a needlework, ceramics, macrame, #
bigger and better show the second jewelry, pottery, basketry, stained statement letters from candidates and past voting records the following infor- I
time around. Also, Gainesville's glass, etc.) and 2-dimensional .
folksinging couple Dale and Linda (paintings, oils, watercolers, sket- : mation regarding guncontrol positions of candidates is listed. :: ,
Crider, will perform songs and tales ches, photography, etc.)- receiving I
about nature and folklore from noon $100 cash and a plaque.. # r
to 2 p.m.Last In each category two$50 awards of '
year's inaugural show drew 50 distinction prizes will be passed out, : The following. is the basic criteria used in rating candidates: I ;
exhibitors but the Community Action plus 5 honorable mention ribbons in 5
Club expects to have over that. both 3-D and 2-D. 4
maybe even 75-80 exhibit booths next Entry cost was$15 before August 31 *
month. Most of the displays will be set for both juried and non-juried exhibits STRONG PRO-GUN -- Solid voting record/strong position on gun issues/active': I
up undercover in the Fair buildingsbut and$20 after that date. Artists '
a limited number of outside interested in entering should send 3 support on issues. I
spaces are also available by request. slides of photos of their work along *
Of the 36 artists who are presently with the entry fee for juried entries, :
entered 15 are returnees and 21 are and 1 slide or photo with the entry fee *
new and Randy Jones of the local club for non-juried exhibits. WEAK PRO-'GUN -- Good position on most gun issues but,weak ,on one issue.PROBABLY .
said entry pictures of the new Send all entries to Indian Summer
material promises some extra treats Arts Festival, P.O. Box 725, Starke, .. c i
for buyers and viewers. FL 32091., ...
ANTIGUN -- Expresses probably support of too many restrictive ;;_

f : proposals to be rated weak' pro-gun. .t

Mr. Advertiser: ** ....' ..;..

(An asterisk (*' ) before a ,candidates name indicates that USF/NRA has contributed to the.

!IF candidate in ) ::
Campaign, this some manner.

4o We remember 80 per cent of what we read ** i
Frank Williams ((0)) Crystal Lake STRONG PROGUND.A.
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AND Jack Mills (D) Middleburg, WEAK PRO-GUN ': ,',." 'j,:

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