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: October 31, 1985
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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Outside. Inside... ?; .. 'Bradford :
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Clearing, turning cooler, and less humidity is predicted over the ", Two Section Ii,'' Y\e LIBRARY
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A front from up north is expected to move from the Carolines : ."N--f.l"' ." ''-'' ('I..r..J aA *
down through Florida. Editorial,L. .. .. ... ?. ..,. .. ""A.' a SINCE 1879) "

.. A 40 percent chance of rain wiP presist Thursday and Friday as Soclol New. .. . .. . .s-M "
the weather system from tropical storm Juan winds down. Juan Football Contoit . . .. .,APubll -
was stationary over the Louisiana coast Wednesday, extending its Nolle... . . .. .. SA
weather? system west intoTexas and Oklahoma and eastward Into Sport.",' .. . . .'.. .. .12A ,

North Florida.Saturday ,
and Sunday should be mostly fair, but,turning cooler, SECTION Si 12 Po o.. ; s ,
with lows in the 60s and highs only reaching the 70s. Rodeo Cowboy.... . . .. ..18WlnnDlxl. '
Rainfalll1as been spotty, some areas not receiving the 2-3 inches .Ad . .:'. ... ....2BNowt ,
rains that other areas got. The Starke area got a heavy rain last ...,.... .. . .. ..S-10B i / 7T /r) )
Thursday, and again Monday. Ana Docrthi. .. .. . . .. ..SB J3 L '
The Santa Fe fire tower on US-301 south at Hampton Oaks Want Ads. . . . .'. IB J i V I ci t?A Y r N i I
reported 3.2 inches of rain Oct. 29. But the New River or Louis Hill \ U II I- Ii i { IL)A
fire towers reported less than half-inch. SECTION Ct 4 I'011.* = The aven }

30-year average rainfall January-October is 49 inches. So far in Homecoming . . . ... .1C !9'f1 \ 1
1985, some 51 inches of rain has been recorded in Bradford County. Now .rl.... .. .. ..- ..J-4C, l5ti .v : : v ILL t L j' L .3d ,) I J JhlliIL G't

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rt,1 i iN DOT Approves

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301 Median

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Final approval to landscape the bumper stickers and license plates
II tlY median strips of US-301! through at the homecoming game of the
Starke has been received from the Bradford High Tornadoes tomorrow

state Department of Transportation.Announcement night, Nov. 1. Donations will be re

I quested of businesses along 301, and
/1 ; t of the DOT apare welcome from any other source,
N proval was made by Chairman Reg- Chairman Flynn says.
gie Flynn: at the Oct.: 17 meeting of Community support includes a
; % the! Highway Beautification Committee variety of civic organizations including -
: h of the Starke-Bradford Coun- the Woman's Club and
ty Chamber! of Commerce. Starke is Junior Woman's Club of Starke.
the first community of its size in The committee welcomes the participation -
north Florida to secure approval for
of interested individuals
1 any -
: such; a project, James W. Killian, or group: For further information -
k I' ; district permits engineer for DOT, contact Reggie Flynn,
S reported by phone to the committee, phone 964-4667 or Mike Cooney,
according to Chairman Flynn. 964-5278'
Starke has received much favorable'
fl publicity with Florida officials involved The committee estimates it will
with the lengthy procedures take $3,000, which must come from

I:! : which led to the formal approval, donations or sale of the bumper
\ : Flynn says. stickers and tags, to landscape the
\ 16 medians they plan to do. First on
: The City of Starke has unanimousthe list is to landscape around the
ly adopted the committee's plans cannon mounted at the intersection
which call for improving one median of S. Walnut and US-301-S.
: at a time. The project plans were The plans call for landscaping the
drafted by L. W. Buffington, medians with low-growing plants
Associates, landscape arsuch as juniper, Texas sage, tree
chitects/land planners of form ligustrum, and achillea. No
Gainesville. This firm will continue large trees which would be a dangerto
to oversee the project as each me- automobiles will be planted in the
dian is improved. medians, said Flynn.
Various fund raising activities are Highway Beautification Commit.
S. S being considered at this time. The tee members include Mrs. Marjoriesale

JIighlights. of bumper stickers and license Thomson, Christie Torode, Beverly
Homecoming .. plates has met with much success. McGee, Harry Fertig, Debbie Con-
The committee will be selling the naughton, and Rick Wells.
a ydia.r One of the five Bradford Hlg"coeds, above will be crowned 1985
; tg .s iIt Homecoming Queen at the Tornado Wfjii'l tonight (..Thursday Oct. J, '
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Tornado Whirl" will feature skits by each class and some Clubs.

There will be a pep rally, and the queen will be crowned as the

1' highlight of the night. Theme is Tornadoes and Hollywood.
The queen candidates are (I-r): Top rowDeanna Tomlinson.
.. \ 11 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson of Starke who will be S s'1 1r
escorted by Todd McLeod; Melanie Ponder, daughter of Mr. and
,.; .- Mrs. Jim Ponder of Starke who will be escorted by Brett Russell;
Erika Gruen daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke, who
js 45 will be escorted by Chris Dougherty. Back row- Tricia Lawson,
,it daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of Starke who'will be '
escorted by Jeffery McClellan and Tammy Dempsey, daughter of '
Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. John Dempsey of Starke, who will be t
escorted by Billy Jackson. *: S

Candidates for homecoming queen are selected in a vote of the S ,
senior class. The homecoming queen Is chosen by a vote of the entire :
BUS student body. The student body voted Tuesday to select the ', '" ..h..q ,....0:".
homecoming queen, and one of the five girls has already been .
elected. But the result Is being kept secret until the end of the Tornado .
The homecoming parade is set at 1 p.m. Friday Nov. 1. The
parade will assemble on Washington Street, on the north side of '---,

Bradford High, travel west to Orange Streeet, go south on Orange to
Call Street then east on Call to Thompson Street turn left on
Thompson and disband at Jackson Street by the Bradford County S.S. I Iy

Library. ,
The homecoming football game against Jacksonville Paxon is set _
for 8 p.m. Friday night Nov. 1, on Bradford Field. Tornado grid-
ders, 7.0 so far this season are favored to win.
Busy all week with all the hoopla of homecoming, students have
been practicing skits and decorating floats. Monday was College
Day at BUS and students dressed up in their favorite college colors.
Tuesday was shades and shorts day when students could wear
Ahead 301 ..
shorts and sunglasses, normally not allowed. Wednesday was slave Pushing on
Float Preparation... day In which under classmen could pay seniors to be their slave. Today Members of the Highway Beautification Committee of the Chamberof

BUS students Stacey Shuford (front), Tammy Thomason (back, left) (Thursday, Oct.;31) is teacher-student switch day in which a Commerce as they study plans for improving 16 medians on US-3011n
and Sherry Ross (back,right) are busy Tuesday afternoon working on the student replaces a teacher. Tomorrow (Friday, Nov. 1) Is spirit day Starke are (l-r> Christie Torode, Marjorie Thomson. Beverly McGee,
eleventh grade float for this week's Homecoming parade.The when students dress up in the school colors of scarlet and gray. Chairman Reggie Flynn, and Chamber Executive Mike Cooney.
BUS Tornadoes take on Paxon High School this Friday night, with The BUS Student Council coordinates homecoming activities. Flynn says the committee may try its hand at decorating the triangle
kickoff set at 8:00: p.m. Deanna Tomlinson Is the student chairman of homecoming. shaped Island at SR-100 (Madison Street) and Water Street with the

cooperation Mayor! Charlie Schaefer.

Health Insurance for County Employees Goes to Howard HallBradford


County $89,500 health in- twist to the health insurance policy. Life Investors, represented by month and dependent coverage for ried out until Monday. receive shots three times per day, he
surance coverage has been awardedto Bankers Life is offering the county a George Roberts Insurance Companyof $99.65. The county has been paying Agent John Etchart, who used to would be sent home and a healthcare
the discount if insurance $71.91 for and be with Blue Cross Blue Shield but agency would be employed to
Banker's Life, represented by 5 percent an Starke and the county's carrierfor employee coverage
Howard Hall Insurance. Agency of company doctor is called within two the past three years, had a 10 $114.89 for dependent coverage. CUr- who has switched to Banker's Life, come to the home three times a dayto
is much less
the shots which
Gainesville. days of admission to consult on a percent rate increase factored into rently, only 11 of the county's 92 said the cost containment program give ,
than in the
course of treatment. Purpose is to their new bid, and lost out. Roberts employees have dependent places more responsibility on the Penalty being hospital.the
After taking three bids Monday, cut hospital costs. found Life Investors for the county coverage. Most county employees employee to report admissions to the for would not be following that the In-
Oct. 28, and listening Tuesday night, While not the least expensive, the three years ago when the county was can't afford to cover their patent within two days. Either the preadmission would only 60
insurance Banker's Life will be less than dependents officials ,any member of thepatient'sfamily surance company pay
Oct. 29, to three agents policy having trouble getting insurance say. percent of the hospital bill to
propose their programs separatelyin the 84-85 premium if the county goes companies to bid. Roberts urged the the attending physician, or when normally it would up
15-minute: presentations, the com with the preadmission program.The county to stick with one company for The Banker's Life policy coverage the insurance agent must notify the $5,000, pay
mission voted 4-0) to go with Howard three years, and to put up with some include preventive care suchas insurance comapany within two percent.Commissioners wondered if
Hall. The bids were: Florida Municipal Health i rate increases, to establish a record. routine physicals, immunizationssuch days of admission to quality for the would remember coun-to
Trust Fund a agency of the Florida The insurance companies don't like as for flu shots, pap smears, program. Enrolless in the programare call ty employees the insurance in times
The Bids: League of Cities, had the lowest bid to bid unless there is a committmentfor certain baby care, chiropractic services subject to a penalty if the insurance of seriuos Illness.Agent company Etchart said
is not notified
D..il. 'BmployM Dependent. but commissioners are leary of the more than one year. and elective sterolizations. company of admission. The doctors are becoming familiar with
within two
1985-81 Cost $250 71.91 114.20B. financial stability, claims payment
containment and
the cost
Life 200 74.51 104.89 record, and how long the price wouldbe This time, only three of 12 companies The preadmission cost containment insurance company uses physiciansto programs
Banker's Life does with the attending doctoron are generally willing cooperate.
of consult
invited to bid program
FMHTF 250 62.88 132.30Life honored in the 5-year-old self- replied. Etchart said he would acquiant
With the of not cover non-emergency admissionto the course of treatment to be
Inv. 250 75.49 125.62A insurance program in which 175 preadmission program
and the
Starke physicians hosptial
cities, counties and school boardsare Banker's Life, the county would get a hospital over the weekend when followed.For -
preadmission program is a new enrolled. employee coverage for $70.78 per not treatment or tests would be car instance, If a patient is to with the plan.

J.R. ( Jim ) Lawson Pleads Not Guilty to New Sexual Battery ChargesJ.

the and not leave the area and the charges was sentenced to a 15-year- probation Lawson could anticipate calling the boys dur
R. (Jim) Lawson, who entered a present during arraignment said Elwell. "We have
written plea of not guilty to nine bond reduction hearing. had'not all received sworn probation period starting June 10 30 months prison time. He trial witnesses and
charges of sexual battery and lewd testimony. Wells questioned if after he pled no contest to charges of have to be found guilty of case with
the Lawson threat to society but lewd assault resulting from an incident tery for this to happen, said testimony that Lawson of
acts, has also been arrested for Judge R. A. Green, Jr. denied was a to give title to his vehicles to
violation of probation, according to request for bond reduction on the still asked for the reduction even last September involving an "
the incidents
after the told 11-year-old Lawson was in- The new charges of sexual parents to forget ,
the Bradford County Sheriff's Of nine charges including two of sexual ruling. Judge Green boy. ElwelL
fice. Lawson is being held under no battery against Lawson and placedthe Wells there was no reason to argue dicted by a granU jury April 2 who carry a stiffer sentence victims."I
bond in the county jail. case on the December trial the matter after he ruled the bond alleged that on three occasions charge is of a more serious sexual battery
docket. Bond was set at $180,000 for would remain$180,000. Lawson fondled a child "in a lewd, said Assistant State convicted of the
written plea of not guilty was the charges at his arrest Oct.'22. lascivious or indecent manner.. but Thomas Elwell. The new Lawson would have to
. without committing the crime of are unrelated to the prior 25 years in prison) under the
entered by Assistant' Public The defense attorney, seeking the The VOP charges were filed by the '. mandatory sentencing
Defender Dennis Wells in court Mon- bond reduction, felt the amount was probation department late Monday sexual batterv. for which Lawson was
day morning. Lawson chose not to be excessive. Wells said Lawson would _, afternoon with a 'no bond'. Lawson If found guilty of the violation of bation and involve different Elwell uld.N0V .

ZT.UGRAPII October 31,198S

?A4 rJoi\ I Mayor Sets City Appointments .

r, w Mayor Charles Schaefer handed Purchasing Policy... program. The organization,
out committee representing the of Florida
I appointments and 14 Commissioner Vernon Silcox an- group
new goals for the Starke Commis- nounced cities,can get financing at under six
sion to implement."I a new purchasing policy on$600 million of bonds said
percent .
Class of 65 Reunion... told I wanted has been instituted in which all pur- Starke councilmen.
you some changesto
chases must be
The Class of '65 will hold their be made when I agreed to become done with by any department order issued The city has asked for $2 million,
20th class reunion Nov. 1 and 2. For mayor" Schaefer told his fellow a purchase but has no obligation to accept it.
further information call Steve. Den- county commissioners. Tuesday by Purchasing Agent Jerry Commissioner Silcox and Clerk Neil
mark at 964-5826. att Y night, Oct. 15. Wadsworth. Tucker have been going to Florida
Silcox said items can be bought in
Many of the changes were firstproposed quantity and thousands of dollars League meetings to become ac-

Club. by Commissioner Vernon saved over the next year. quainted with the program.
Gator QB, .. Silcox at a city budget meeting.The .
the recent raises to
Dan Brooks, who coaches the t new procedures are: In other Oct. IS action, the council Interpreted
1d natural fees to include a $10
nose guards, in charge of all the ( Have a financial report for the : gas
charge for a transfer of a meter, as
is' council at the first of each
filming and computer printouts meeting
if a resident moved from one ad-
the liason for professional scouts, month. Voted to advertise for adoption a
dress to another.
will be the speaker of the UF Meet with department heads at 10 fair housing ordinance. Purpose to

Fighting Gator football team, will a.m. each Monday for discussion. gain points on Community Development Reappolnted Warren Winkler of
Gator Mayor Schaefer said he's been Block Not suchan
speak at 8 p.m. at the grants. having
Winkler Electric bond trustee
Quarterback Club meeting tonight meeting with the DH's and considersthe ordinance cost the city 100 pointson as a
for three more until 1988. The
(Thursday Oct. 31) at the Starke meetings fruitful. It opens up its application last year. council years its
expressed appreciationfor
Golf and County Club. The social lines of communications and Im-
the excellent service Winkler.
begins at 7 p.m. proves work schedules, said the Decided to hire Ms. Linda Day to by
The Auburn trip is full. Seats, f mayor. apply for the city's 1985 Community
Took under consideration
which cost $15, are still availablefor ) Priority list of black board of Development Block Grant at a cost a proposed
the bus to the GeorgiaFloridagame work to be done. of $250. The North Central Florida ordinance establishing regula-
if you have your own tickets. Each chairman to keep the Chairman Regional Planning Council handledcity's tions on the type of mobile homes
which be into Rl-D ,
of the Council can put an area
(Mayor unsuccessful application last
Square Dance... Schaefer) up on things going on in year but,asked $1,000 to do the application which mobile allows both permanent and
each department. this homes. Attorney Brown ask-
The first-Saturday square danceat Using the City of Gainesville year. ed for the council's agreement
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center before the proposed law is advertised. -
when in need of Agreed to hire a computer programmer
has been cancelled for November.The Almost Magic... Meeting with the chairman of the to work up to three months .
group is going to the annual county commission (CommissionerMaxie under a $10,000 budget to complete
Camp O'Lena square dance. The Mrs. Llllle Pellom above, gets \ Carter Jr.) once a month. programming the new computers in Approved a grant application for
first Saturday of the month a bag of Halloween candy from City clerk to work more closely city hall. The programmer for New $16,201 to make improvements, In-
Kingsley Lake square dances will members of the Little Women's with the department chairman on Smyrna Beach, working here part- cluding a new playground and
resume in December: Club of Starke who visited spending money. time, was about two-thirds finished basketball and racquetball courts,
5:30: p.m., covered dish supper.. Whispering Pines Health Care Keeping all members of the Com- with the program when he suddenly at the Edwards Roard recreation
6:30 p.m. workshop. Center last week. mission informed on all city died. complex.
8 p.m., mainstream square Oble Farris (below), from business by mail or phone. Now clerk Neil Tucker has workedout
dance. Macclenny, gets a big hug from .Sending by mail the agerida of upcoming an arrangement with New Smyrna -Approved a new contract with
Caller: Ken Perez. Sad Sack Polly Griffis. Visiting 3 matters of importance to Beach to hire one of the 49 ap- Florida Gas Transmissions which
with Mrs.Pellom are (1-r) Cassie commissioners prior to meetings. plicants who applied. NSB will supp- was negotiated for the Fuels Com-
BUS Homecoming Autry. Mindy Hersey, Allison Upgrade of personnel rules and ly Starke the names of the top four mittee of the Florida Municipal
Reunions Set... Denmark, and Darlene Norman. salaries. people it didn't hire. Power Association by Washington,
Getting smiles from the Extra firemen and policemen to Getting the Burroughs computers D.C. based attorney Robert Jablonof
The 1985 Bradford High residents, the Little Women cut down overtime. programmed has been a real problem Spiegel and McDiarmid. City electricity -
cheerleading squad wishes to went from room to room In the Reduce overtime in other depart- for Clerk Tucker. The Bur- coordinator Bill Weldon said
recognize all former cheerleadersat nursing home passing out bagsof ments. roughs Company finally said it had the contract is a very good one for

the 1985 homecoming football candy. Club sponsor Is Mrs. -Agreed to discuss institution of a no one to program the computers the the city.It .
game tomorrow night (Friday, Debbie Flynn. fee tor trash pickup. way Tucker wants it done. So, includes, for example, Weldon
Nov. 1). Alumni cheerleaders are .Agreed to discuss institution of Tucker worked with New Smyra said, a zero take or pay clause,
asked to call 964-7824 or 964-6668, service call fees after 5 Beach, which started out with com- meaning the city will pay only for
even if not planning to attend the streets, water, sewer and electric if puters on its utility system when the gas it uses. The city has been
homecoming game. not the city's fault.Commissioner about the size of Starke. NSB was paying a $2,500 penalty per month
The 1965 football team, the Vernon Silcox ob- the town which hosted Starke com- for not using as much gas as it con-

former state champions, will meet jected to making the last two items, missioners on an all-day! tour of its tracted for.
before homecoming for dinner and about new user fees, official. Mayor two-way electric tie-in,which Starke It also includes a wheeling clause,
attend the game together. Movies Schaefer agreed to Silcox's request. has built. if approved by the Federal
of their games will be shown during Regulatory' Commission (FERN
dinner. Please contact Marian which allows towns to and sell
Committee Heads.. buy
Meet in private session, as allow-
Green Douglas phone 964-7450, or gas to each other to their best advan-
Schaefer ed by law to plan bargaining
Mayor asked if commissioners ,
Gnann tage. The contract also
Mary Redding, phone permits
473-3628 for reservations. were agreeable to their com strategy with city police union. Issue bargaining for beneaththe
Brooker Water Tower Repair mittee assignment,and got no objec- now is the payment of overtime for cap. gas prices
court duty. A bargaining session

My Fair Lady... tion.New committee chairman and with attorney Terry Brown Asked for bids to be opened at its

My Fair Lady, a dinnertheatrestage Costs More than EstimatedThe assignments Fire and are police: : Commissioner representing the city was set Oct. 16. next meeting Nov. 5 to purchase
gasoline for
city use by credit card
production presented by The
to in Florida
Bobby Biggs. Agreed participate a
Bradford Players and the Junior Brooker water tower needs the structure by the Orange Park Utilities: Commissioner Silcox. League of Cities short-term bonding!! but at prices slightly lower than.. tank-
Woman's Club of Starke, is set for more repairing than the city council company. Recreation: Commissioner Travis wagon prices.
two consecutive Friday and Satur- originally thought when it hired Work to be done will include painting Woods.
day nights Nov. 15-16! and 22-23. A Water Tower Paint and Repair of the tower and repairing rust Streets: Commissioner Jimmy
Sunday matinee is set Nov. 17. Orange Park to check on its condi- spots along,>with extending the Crosby. .. .. . I
Tickets are available through any' overflow pipe through the-catwalk:'"! & .-') It > |i .!,//! .[il.lt.; L" f, ,Hh ,. '
Boning Planning and HUD
Junior Woman's,Club member, tion.At a special meeting Tuesday, Money to pay for the't'enovationsiwill i grants: Commissioner Crosby: f uN-1 u..u,, .,.di7.yt.:. .,.-1j, j..l,]\u.1..tJ!1 .1tJ J. .a)' F'F'n' a1... ,.... ..1u',...nt..wi.
Chastain's Jewelry, Denmark Furniture Oct. 29, the commission agreed to come out of the water' Rules and laws: Mayor Schaefer. '''''f rnh 11 '<>1t""lA.nc"Lr\YY;'" r r"I : ''

,and by calling Ms. Debbie have$5,176 worth of repairs made to maintenance fund in the city bu
Connaughton, phone 9645326. OF

Floral Design.. Quality Hardwood Terence M. Brown P. A.
Applications for Floral Design
Classes are being taken by the
Community Education Program at & Softwood IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCETHE
the Bradford-Union Vocational

Center in Starke phone 964-6150. at OPENING OF ITS
These are special classes for Competitive Prices

Thanksgiving and Christmas floral
decorations. Please contact the Vo- NEW OFFICES
Tech Center, phone 964-6150. Class (
will begin Nov. and end Dec. 10. LOCATED AT

An advanced course will begin Nov. Mahogony, oak, walnut ,
7 and end Dec. 19.

Haunted House... pine, cypress and more. 486 N. Temple Ave.

A Haunted House sponsored by
Arts and Crafts... the Keystone Heights Jaycees, is set Call I 468-2624 '
Across from School
The second annual arts and in the old egg factory at Commercial I'I'I ( High )

crafts festival sponsored by the Circle and SR-100 in Keystone for the j
Brooker Volunteer Fire Depart- final night, Oct. 31, at 7 p.m. I or come by 6 miles south.
ment is set Dec. 7. i
It is open to arts and crafts of all Starke Elementary y I of Starke on U.S. 301

Cash and ribbon awards I .
will given. For more Informa- Halloween CarnivalNov. I I .. -' ,
tion, write to: Program Director I, ,T.. J'The .. ,
2 the Starke Elementary
Tony Stalnaker, BVFD, P.O. Box Halloween be the STEVEN SMITH'S LUMBERWE
Carnival will on
127, Brooker-.- FL 32622. school grounds from 2 to 6 p.m. A heat is'on, and the deals arc cool!

costume parade will start the activities DELVER FREE
DAY Meetings...
with everyone invited,
The local chapter of the Disabled preschoolers and up. -
American Veterans meets every se- A drawing for a microwave, a TV
cond Thursday of the month at the and a homemade quilt is planned for

Pratt Street Recreation Center. 5 p.m. 6' pEE'With
There is a covered dish supper at Special treats planned for this NOV. 2
7 p.m. The meeting: is at 7:30 p.m. year include a Shriners buggy ride CRANOI 4
and two haunted houses (one for the _
Upcoming... younger Games, a cake walk and country 4
r ,2 DAYS pm OR
It's Homecoming Week at Brad- store will be part of the afternoon OPENING, I r; 6 l Blower Unit
ford High School. fare. Hamburgers hotdogs and 3 DeL 31 a Nov. 1
Big events are drinks will be served all afternoon.The .
...The Tornado Whirl is set school T-shirts will be on sale
tonight (Thursday, Oct. 31) at 7:30: during the carnival hours. WASH 6 Trane Weathertron Heat PumpDouble
p.m. at Bradford Field. The new
homecoming queen will be crown- -< _
ed. Brooker CarnivalThe 411 W. Madison Street Starke

...The homecoming parade set Brooker Halloween Carnivalwill 0 III 6
Friday, Nov. 1, at 1:30 p.m. See be an event of Nov.2.A costume featuring Your Savings: Start with a FREE IVane indoor
homecoming story for '- buy an energy-saving blower unit/air/ handler for effective
parade parade will start at 4 p.m.at the City *Dry Cleaning 7' air distribution.
route. Hall. The Carnival will be on the flit (:! high efficiency heat Add a new IraneWeathertron
The homecoming game is set Friday school grounds from 5 to 9 p.m. : t Wash Dry 'II pump..get a new. .1 I *high-
night Nov, at 8 The FREE Slower unit
p.m. Bar-B-Que chicken will be servedin efficiency heat pump
Fighting Tornadoes will host the school cafeteria during the ". \ &FoldServices -- Now you can enjoy year HeaU in winter cools
Jacksonville's Paxon High In attempting Carnival. VOUIK)comfort and year F in summer..taves on
to extend its unbeaten Booths games a raffle, a cake found energy efficiency. I energy all year long.
record to 8-0 and 6-0 in district walk andprizes promise fun for all. And that means dollar savings.too Weathertron* ..
play. fl-: f (; with energy-saving comfort for years America's JT1 selling
lalloween carnivals are set \ '_ to come. heat pump.

Saturday, Nov. 2, at Hampton Hampton City ParkA i I l1\\7 I
li Tb grrt your PASS'Ww Indoor blows un"(P mxtoto).puiduM a Tttnm CM*(WX mod H.tvk.4 Ion)or
Elementary, Brooker Elementary Halloween is planned for :1 Exctillv*(WD mod, ,3V..6 Ion)WHIhwtron.. H...Pump snd in..Nrlon..Mc.s" bom KM MinvndMwwunll
and Starke Elementary. See detalfaIn Party Wash. Dry A Fold 'I' from your.pwtfcifMllriglrliwdMlw Purchu*and taMWIon must D MVWCMI 8..13
Nov. 1 at the Hampton City Park.All t' < sn0_1.1985. .
article in
this edition of The t
A Dry Cleaning r: :
are invited to come in costume. ,
Telegraph.The- Lawtey city commission l Services will If Coin Laundrybe (; Hurry, Quantities Are Limited...

will meet Monday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 Hampton PTA attended. .,; l Attended Start Saving NOW:
p.m. in regular session. For more j 7 Days a Week

information Starte phone 782-3454- Carnival-- Nov. 2The Moiu-f 7.7 T t pr; 7 .m. 11 p.m. George Brown
The city commission will Hampton PTA Carnival is
meet Tuesday Nov 5, in regular planned for Nov. 2 from 5:30 to 9 Saturday 8-6 Heating & Air Cond.
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more --- ---
phone 964-5027 p.m.A first prize'of $100 cash will be DRY 964-7731 .
The Board of Governor of the awarded the winner of the raffle, 1.00 I __ TII/JUIIl'
Starke-Bradford CluiinLxr of Commerce tickets will be on sale that evening. Off CLEANING S. Walnut Street
will meet at 12:30 p.m. next Games, a cake Walk, bingo and a, 3
Thursday Nov. 7, In the board haunted museum will highlight the w/$4.00 Minimum Starke SO millionptopktfit
room at the Starke Center of Santa carnival hours.Hamburger > *comfort, in itl'aKe
Fe Community College in the old and Coke will sell for 9 Good November 2.9 w/coupon' only
1902 courthouse. For more information $J.50 and a hotdog and Coke will sell

,.phone, 965-5278. for $1. .

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even a few teachers) wore shorts +; 00'', t
and sunglasses. This was funny,
since there was no sun and it was
cool. But"everyone had fun."I Hate
Girls" day, boys bought paper foot
balls and weren't allowed to speak to
girls. If they were caught, they had
to give the girl a football. At the end '
of the day, the girl with the most < '
footballs was named "Miss Ir-
resistable". This was sponsored by
the Spanish Club.Wednesday .
was "I Hate Boys
Tornado Talk Day", "I Hate Boys Day" is the
same as "I Hate Girls Day" exceptIt's
the girl's turn to ignore the boys.In .
By Michelle Hall \' "" 'Ib'tl'f! ::' "
this case, the guy with the most J \
footballs is named "Mr. Ir- .

resistable". "I ,--,., ...-- "'
Sophomores... Today,-Thursday is "Senior Slave .Cf
The Hugh O'Brian Youth Founda- Day" .and Student-Teacher Switch
tion has conducted annual, all- Day". Seniors who signed up Tues-

expense paid leadership seminars day were auctioned off Wednesday. ....
since 1958. 'During these seminars, Those underclassmen who bought a C>>
10th graders have the opportunity to slave now has someone to carry
meet, interact with, and question their books to class. If you are a .-.'"
renowned leaders of today about slave, your are allowed to leave one Ii r/N'.11(
their world. minute before class ends and be one
HOBY State Seminars are three- minute late for your next class.
days, weekend events held each spring 3 Businesses Jointly Win Improvement Award...

By being selected as your Student-Teacher Switch Day", Starke Video,Jordan's Insurance Agency,and Strickland's Washateria Video, Suzanne Strickland of Strickland's Washateria, and Andy Jordan
school's "Ambassador", and atten- students who their class voted for on went together to put a new cedar front on buildings owned by S.G. Denof Jordan's Insurance are shown with plaques presented by Susan Red
ding your HOBY State Seminar, you Wednesday will teach that class. mark on West Madison Street, across from Rawson's Food Store, and dish, Improvement Award Committee Chairman of the Starke-Br.adford;
become eligible for HOBY's expense That teacher will be the student. won the Bradford Business Improvement Award for October. Chamber of Commerce.
paid, one week International The student who is teaching the Owners representing the businesses are (1-r) Denise Lewis of Starke
Leadership Seminar to be held in class will go by the lesson plans for
August. The 1986 International that day so you will not be able to -'
Leadership Seminar will be held call a 'Field Trip" or "Free Day"
August 1-9 in Indianapolis, coor- for that class. Sorry 1 Band Earns SuperiorsBradford
dinated by Indiana University. If Tomorrow, Friday, is "SpiritDay" I Poulan thanks America
you are interested in the seminar, Everyone shows their sup-
you may get an application from port and loyalty to our victorious High's 85-member mar- Darley, Stephen Easem, Doug Fer-
Mrs. Holiday in the Guidance Office, football team by wearing Scarlet ching band earned superior and ex- tig, Kim Gowens, Jay Hayes, Bill with new low chain saw
and return it by Wednesday Nov. 6. and Gray. cellent ratings and ranked ninth Hamilton, Billy Harrison, Karen

ALL... Hall Decorations... over-all the South out of Marching 22 bands in Champion-the Spiritof Manning Hodges, ,Lynn Larry Holtzendorf Nazworth,, Jimmy Becky prices and a free gift.Poulan .

The 1985 College/Career Day! Program On Monday Night, between 6 p.m. ship in Tifton, Ga. last weekend! Quiette, Shawn Schmidt, Bianca
will be held in the BHS Library and 9 p.m.,students helped decoratea Simpson, Billy Starling,Tim Weir. is America's chain saw, built for rugged
today from 8 a.m.to 11:30 a.m. This hall designated to their class. The brass and woodwind sections,
program is for Juiniors and Seniors Tuesday, they were judged on their the majorettes, and drum major PERCUSSION: Jeff Adams, dependability by American workers, designed
only. The public is also invited. This efforts. You were able to use rib- Lottie Cole earned superior ratings, Angie Baucom, Micki Becker,Kevin by American engineers. That makes the
program will consist of represen- bons, streamers, posters, and the highest possible. Excellent Blankenship, Reggie Crum, Carie
tatives from interested community mechanical devices to show your ratings, the second highest, was Foster, Bradley Gilhousen, David Poulan 4000 ideal for cutting
colleges, state universities, voca- The juniors came in first earned by the percussion sections Rogers, Kevin Starling, Charlotte American wood.
tional schools, the Armed Forces, pace, the freshmen in second, the and the color guard. Terry, Shannon Tucker, Charmin
etc. All seniors, including those seniors in third, and the sophomoresin Wilkerson. Sarah Woodard.
whose first period class is at the Vo- fourth. The BHS band missed by a few M
Tech, should come to the library at points of qualifying for the finals, WOODWIND: carol Baker, Karen e
8:30 to talk with the various Personals... which included the eight top bands, Black, Robert: Boone, Patty e Model 4000
representatives. The seniors will be Happy Birthday to Tammy according to Mrs. Helen Burch, the Browder, Kim Burch, Pam Carter, w/13" bow
in the library until 10:00.: The Padgett. We. love youII I I Love, publicity chairperson for the Brad- Coretha Daniels, Aaron Davis,
Juniors should come to the library at Tracey and Terry. ford Band Boosters. BHS was ninth. Angela Davis, Kern Fillyaw, Eddie .
10:00: and return to class at 11:00. Happy Birthday to Mush. How Over-all in their class the Bradford Hall,Kenneth Heiken, Michelle Hendrix -
does feel to finally be legal" Hope Band ranked first in woodwinds.The Renee Hewett, Angela Joiner.
Cosmetology... you had a wonderful birthday. Love, brass section finished second, missing -
first by one point. Also, Kim Lee, Sherry Mattox,
Since Oct. 17, Cosmetology has Shelly Bean.
Zellouise Montgomery, Karen Pro size Solid state electronic Ignition
Mark Barber.
been from 3 to 8 to Happy Birthday to
open p.m. p.m.
service students and teachers. Theydo You're finally an adult. At least,age This Saturday, Nov. 2, the BHS Morgan, Kenneth Owens, Chanda Accepts 13" and 14" reversible bows CounterVlbe TM anti-vibration
all services for the hairtrend wise! We love ya! Love, Lynn and band will compete at Florida Fieldin Padgett, Kristin Pfenniger, Melinda Accepts bars 16" to 30" Powerful 3,9 cu. In, engine
haircuts, style cuts, shampoo and Sharyn. Gainesville in the Florida Band- Powell, Jeff Sellers, Noy Srivibul,
sets hair coloring, manicuring masters Association Marching Con- Sheila Stewart, Craig Williams, $ 99
facials, and make-up. Notes for Parents... test. Suzy Wilson. ; NOW 3 9 9 ,,;:;;

The first meeting of the Parent MAJORETTES: Leanna Barfield,
Celebration... Advisory Committee met at the 1985-86 members of the Bradford Kim Casey, Lorrie King, Donna 1 Year limited warranty on all Poulan saws See dealer for details.
Make plans now to celebrate the school last Thursday evening. About High Band are: Langley, Donna Parado, Rosalyn
big win over the Paxon Eagles at our two dozen parents had volunteeredto Director: Charles (Buddy) Ball. Taylor and Anna Ward.
Homecoming Dance at the Armoryon serve on this committee and spent Assistant Band Directotr jimmy PLUS! Free _'jluuimmi r I : ,,, }
Edwards Road. We'll be dancing their first meeting getting acquainted Brownless. Drum major: Lottie COLOR GUARD: Ginny Bennett, Ill I I 1iR
Cole. Pam Laurie Clock RadioTelephone / : ; m II.JI\ \\ \\\\'
until 12:30: a.m. (you can keep your with each other and Dr. Cindy Frey, Mikell :: 7j111111111m'li/llII'11' / ;
shoes on for this one). A new D.J. Rother. Much discussion followedregarding BRASS: Paul Bawekt/ Charley) Mobley, Angela Montgomery, Rhonda : "
,will be playing Top 40 hits andplher. r target projects which con, Casner,' Dale':Coleman./ Keven. Nettles, Cindy Ward,'and Dawn ." { n ..c; '=' : :"' ,.'
favorites. Admission irfSTTfor'vsingles 1 'corned'parents mostfrom college Cogdill.- Paul Dennie Woolvin. With purchase of

$5 for couples.Congratulations. entry requirements to daily emo- fW 4000 w/13" bow rd
s oos-t> --
tional issues our students face. The -
Committee agreed to meet cum= 4'''.t i i.i ?.-.>,>.< O"t or-s r a. ,: 4, .s.
... Advisory Bradford Square
monthly on the third Thursday of
to the following .
girls Congratulations on making the 1985 Homecoming each month at 7:30 p.m. Barber and Style Shop Offer Expires 11/30/85/ Total Value Savings 220.00

Court. Tricia Lawson, Deanna Several volunteers times the was importance stressed.of announce the addition of'Bonnie L J
Tomlinson, Melanie Poncier, Tam- parent Poulan Chain Saws
With the new legislative rulings now
my Dempsey and Erika Gruen. Landry to their Staff
Vicki in effect,the schools are not allowedto
The Class Princesses are:
Crockrell, junior class princess, use >students for aides in the II 964-5030 Florida Pest Control
libraries or offices as has been donein 1
Alison Ivey, sophomore princess, the For this reason "run- Mon.-Sat. 8:00: 5:30 539 E. Call Street
and Susan Crawford,freshman class ners" are not available to take CLOSED WEDNESDAY 9645745O
princess. messages to students in their I Thursday Night by Appointment
classrooms or help with other "littlejobs" ,.." ul. By Th,gp.n D'si''Oulo'l' ,ne Bo 688 '10- Cj 3"9' C:, t.1 Mi '39Aimouo" !
Whirl... I .. .. .. .
Tornado o."n' on".' ".' < 'o '
Starve' W.1 V outit"oi to WP.o to"fo a 't'
such this. To quote Dr. 107.8 Edward Road .. .
as ..
lgTh'! "on. t'?'362.396td'
not pan C' you tt'te' OO t no 'N a Wf u 0(1 9 :1.
Tonight is the big event of ... .
other "If it's not listed in the & ----- n. 'tou'c o'ow.' vw gui'iittf adldW'IX.<' a> -M s g't
The 1985 Homecoming .
Homecoming. book
course ,you're not allowed to do
Queen will be announced, Club it." '

Sweethearts introduced, and class Any parent who has a little time to 11oo... 7.'JiI.: .... .... ... _.
skit competition. The band will also spare and would like to help out at -tSSw wyBwv3jaw Bw Saw'V3i 'V3uwv3Bw v wvaiwv i v -

be playing. the high school (once a week or oncea
Tornado Whirl will start at 8p.m., month) during school hours is ask-
lasting approximately until 10 p.m. ed to contact the school office and -is-
Admission in$.50 for students,$1 for volunteer. Many small tasks need to NALLflWDLNTHE
adults. If you are participating in be done (replacing books on the
Tornado Whirl, you are asked to be shelves, filing, repairing books, to
at the stadium early for last minute name a few) and your help would be
preparations. greatly appreciated. Become an ac-
of the high school and
Homecoming Week... perhaps you and your child will
This year our theme is "Tor- Benefit from your becoming involv
nadoes in Hollywood". The Student 110 W. Call Street Downtown Starke 964-5764
Council has come up with days of the ed.For more information,contact Dr. Ad Good November 1 1985
week to -"pep"! students up for the Roper or the PAC chairman, Mrs. through ,

big game against Paxon. Sylvia Tatum.
Monday was "College Day"where
Has Your Halloween Decorations
students and faculty members wore
their favorite team s colors. People e
, mainly wore Orange and Blue. w
Tuesday was "Shorts and Cards Cups & Napkins
Shades"and "I Hate Girls day.
"Shorts and Shades", students (and Flower were once culti-
vated for food. .# Plates Others


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:: The aboriginal Indians in this part of
: ,:..:.,,.:. Bring Desired Results"It's .Florida were the Timucuan tribes who
.. .. > came here from the Ndrth and Northwest.
7' ," .I ,They were peaceful, fairly well Civilized, A'
.,' and lived in well organized villages.
back in the hands of the. Commis- the work of revitalizing! downtown for
They were the ones inhabiting this area
:ion," commented City Attorney the good of all the city s residents, or when the Spanish first reached Florida, ,

Terence Brown following last week's in- shrink from that responsibility because but they finally faded from the picture,be-

lecisive vote on a proposed method of affected downtown property owners ing victimized by diseases brought here by

'inancing improvements including off- couldn't settle the question. the white men,and suffering also as pawnsin
wars between the Spanish and the
itreet parking in the downtown distrjct. "... the Commission should 'now con- English.

Technically this might be right, but sider all options to the plans of the After the Timucuans came the

:'rom a practical standpoint, if anything Downtown Progress Committee. Seminoles who were a branch-off from the
jositive comes from the 18-18 voteand Regardless of what nuts and bolts the Creek nation in Georgia and Alabama.
Commission used to put a plan together They remained until the white settlersour
Me believe it willthe future course ( immediate forebears) started moving .
must also be in the hands of the 18 who it should not lose sight of the importanceof down from Georgia and the Carolinas.The .

Toted for improvements, as well as the revitalizing the downtown area to the first Seminole Indian War, in which

t8 who, for one reason or another voted overall economic and social health of Andrew Jackson figured, started around Seminoles Roamed CountyFort

against them. We do not believe that the community. And revitalization,will 1820.( The second Seminole War (the one
be a lot more expensive to achieve in the usually referred to in history books)'
anyone voted against the overall project Ward was built near Brooker for protection of early settlers duringthe

:Because 'he or she was opposed to improvements coming years than it is now." 40's started and in into the the 1830's early and 50's.lasted It through was during the Seminole Indian Wars. ,

per se. "The Commission's reaction shouldbe the later_period: that Fort Harrlee wasestablish
to continue with downtown'redevelopment on the north side of Santa re

Those who voted negatively may have efforts. They may not River in what is now Bradford County, toafford This was near the close of the Indian quested that the railroad station be named

bjected to some particular phase of the have the of 18 downtown -, protection to settlers in the area War and, as far as is known, this was the Ward City, the name that is still used in
support property from raids. of
Indian last Indian killed in that territory. legal descriptions property at Brooker.
t program, while others were doubtless owners, but they have the support of The land on which Ward settled was
the time Starke was founded about
By Church IncidentThe
:motivated by the individual cost involvd. 18 othersnot to mention the economic 1857, the Indians had mostly retreated homesteaded from the Federal govern-

No one, we feel sure, voted negatively dreams and needs of all of Starke from this area into the swamps and New River Baptist Churchone of ment. In those early days houses were
'! because he or she was satisfied with behind them." Everglades of South Florida. Although the oldest in Florida- was founded in 1833. built of logs, and kitchens were usually
The Indian Wars of the middle 30's, when built some 40 to 50 feet from the main
:lie present appearance or economic there were no known incidents with In- white settlers
Seminoles and fought
the dwelling. The well was dug off to one side
dians ,
immediate of the
in the area town
viability of Call Street.: back and forth through the pine woods and about the same distance from both kitchen
It is not too much to hope there are several authenticated ones in the swamps, sometimes interfered with worship and
perhaps, dwelling.
That is why we believe the future of settled rural areas of the county,which were settl- services.
that after the dust
has from
a ed before Starke came into being. The Indians are said to have feared
and its downtown depends
tarke now remarkable referendum in which 100 One such incident occurred in the Minutes of the old church report that William Ward, and on several occasions
m a unified, cooperative effort by the during the "annual meeting" on Nov. 27,
tried take
to him
percent of all property owners concerned Brooker area, and others in the New River by surprise and kill him.
:city: Commission, as well as both the the both section. 1835, an "Indian alarm" broke up the session He was aware of this, but never seemed to
positive and. negative voters in lastreek's participated, leadership on and caused postponement of the "foot mind exposing himself to danger.It .
sides of this issue can get together and washing" ritual.

.' referendum.In come up with a proposal that the City Saved By Slave To quote the minutes: "The church and was his custom to at sunrise

an editorial comment on the in- Commission will feel free to accept, William H. Ward was born in South coqgregation got in confusion at Indian every day and go to the well to draw a
Carolina on October 5, 1794. His family bucket of water to wash his
No communion foot and
alarm and broke
without the of or
lecisive jeopardizing up.
vote the Gainesville Sun said concerns
moved to Coffee Co
nty, Georgia when he Feb. hands. Once during the night an Indian
'... it is incumbent upon the Commis- property owners on either side of the was just a lat!. He grew up, came to washing 1836." but was postponed until slipped up to a peach tree that grew near

sion decide.whether to continue with issue.Don't Florida and married a Miss Jones of the end of the kitchen next to the well, and
.' Nassau County in 1818. Other entries in the minutes during 1836 had cut away an opening so that he could
explained: "...no conference. The Indiansare get a clear view of Ward as he was
They settled at Middleburg, then a thriv- still in our land..The Indian War is washing.Just .
'. Hold Your Breath ing town on Black Creek in Clay County, still progressing."
I at that instance, one of the Negro
and seven children were born to the union.
c., Ward moved his from There was no conference from April 1836 slaves came out of the kitchen and walked
family Middleburgabout
1840 in a covered wagon, and settledon until September 1837 because "the peopleare right up on the Indian from the rear. Justas
Waiting for Tax Reform'Expecting a homestead on the Santa Fe River near all broke up. Some gone one way and the redskin raised his gun to shoot

., the present town of Brooker. some another. Ward, the slave snatched the firearm,
'''''::1' John Tucker was elected as first pastoron thereby saving his master's life.
"' This settlement was first known as Fort
emasculated "reform bill" by barnstor- Sept. 20, 1833. The Indians are said to Even this close brush with death did not
real, honest-to-gosh tax Ward, as a small log structure had been have interrupted his meetings, but
ming across the country failed to kindle built there for the protection of the Ward never seem to disturb Ward. He went about his
'eform? gave him a great deal of trouble. He was
work as usual until after breakfast
the public enthusiasm he had hoped for. family and other early settlers in Indian compelled to travel through the woods by when
he picked up a gun and said nothing about
Forget it. War days. Later what is now the town of
and often returned home
The House Ways and Means Committee Brooker known Ward because night by daylight. where he was going. He was away from
was as City
In his haste to get some kind of bill outf has completed about half of its workon Emra P. Ward, a descendant of William Frequently shot at by their Indians, he carriedin home a few hours and when he returned he
his of bullets until his
body one
> committee thisyeaj Chairman! House Ways and the disappointing bill, and still faces Ward, deeded a right-of-way through his death. It is recorded that "he funeralized without put up his a word.A gun. and went about his work

Weans Committee Daniel some of the most difficult problems, in- property to the Ambler Lumber Companyof more people, butchered by Indians, than
Jacksonville to the construc- few days later dead Indian found
Rostenkowski. President Reagan'schief encourage any preacher who ever lived in Florida. a was
tax credits for
cluding depreciation
ally in this aborted effort, is pull- business investments, which are con- tion of a railroad through. the area. He re- He died in 1853. in the swamp behind his large plantation.

,>ng] put.au the stops to get a bill that can' sidered, vital 'to the modernization of _.... -L, o .

I oe-4agged(*am .-m..3j-".tax-feform'V.-- .jj. JJJT ivi it"only,,, in ing many'from:American foreign industries.nowsuffer-competition they cannot *, ... "f 'Vestry1: '. in' Bradford ...Cod tyA : I', 'ir''\''C'd 1 vtrtld", Ilt '1 Agfesht'sNotebook

As the bill now works its way hope to meet without updating their 1' 'I

laboriously through committee, it has plants. The Reagan administration'stax Burning

steadily lost most of its real reform proposal to abolish "windfall" pro- 1 u. Topic

elements and has become, "just a fits resulting from accelerated ny David .Norton A good rule of thumb to remember is

reshuffling of special interests", in the depreciation would retroactively punish Bradford Co.ForesterDo that dried firewood will feel noticeably By Bobby L.Taylor

opinion of Republican Senate Majority those who have already invested in new you wonder why we are seeing and lighter than green wood.of the same kind,
and will make sound when
Leader Robert: Dole. One House equipment by taxing them from 25 to 200 hearing. There Christmas is nothing advertisements I hate two sticks are rapped a slight together ringing or struck bya Soil TestingA
Democrat conceded that "tax percent more than justified by the Ad- than someone reminding me it's time to hammer. If it is still full of sap the sound soil test could spell the difference bet-

simplification"- main "reform" in ministration's own arguments. The pro- spend money, again. Used to be those will be more of a dull thud and the wood ween success and failure for a vegetable
which taxpayers were interested- posed changes would also erase incen- greedy advertisers waited until will be a dud in the fireplace. garden, lawn, ornamentals or fruit trees.

no longer the goal; the goal'now appears tives to make future investments in Thanksgiving before they started hinting Remember, we will have no firewood, Many gardeners assume an application of

to be to get this bill out" of com- automated systems that cut waste and that Christmas was around the corner. Ibelieve before it's tlmelFlorida I the fertilizer doctor and ordered a helping for of bountiful lime is just harvest.what
the first ad that I heard was last a
mittee.. increase productivity in ailing in- week, one week before Halloween. That's But all too often, those steps lead to trou-

Expectations for a major reform in dustries.As disgusting.; Army National ble and unnecessary expense. A soil test i.

the tortuous tangle Americans must en- one critic put it, ...both the One good thing has come from this Guard Tops 100% the only needs way,and to determine now is a good your time garden'sexact to takea

dure annually to pay their income tax, Republican administration and Chair- nonsense, reminding me that Christmas is Capping its three month recruiting drive sample.A .

have gradually eroded. When the man Rostenkowski "appear bent on approaching be also also.means Winter that means winter we'd will by enlisting 564 people in September, the soil test can be an invaluable guide for

Reagan administration issued its first rewarding this generation at the ex- soon better start upon thinking us about firewood to Florida Army National Guard reached a you. It will indicate the soil's content of
100.3 total
"reform" last of the next and conti- Like % assigned strength of 11.241 available nitrogen, phosphorus,
proposal spring, the plan pense generation, heat our homes and warm our hearts. men and women. '

was hailed as light at the end of the tun- nuing a tax system that rewards con- wine, firewood improves with the proper During the July-September period, 1,019 it potassium will determine, calcium the and soil's magnesium.pH level,And the,

nel. It called for closing flagrant tax sumption and penalizes saving. That'sno amount of aging. people joined the Florida Army National degree of acidity or alkalinity. By analyzing

loopholes, ending complex and unfair way to compete worldwide, or build Despite: the 'September and October Guard. the results, a soil technologist or your
deductions, and lowering rates on a for the future, as previous generationsbuilt heat, Florida homeowners should begin The drive's success stemmed from "unit county agent can recommend the fertiliza-
scale that would benefit the middle in- the economic base Americans now soon to saw and stack the fireplace woodthey'll teamwork, support of recruiters, and em- tion and liming practices that will producethe
phasis'by all commanders from the adju-
use this winter; it needs time to dry best growing conditions.The .
come bracket as much as the low and enjoy. out. About half the weight of a freshly cut tant general down to company level," Col.

high brackets.But In the meanwhile, don't fire your tax tree is waterabout,. 150 gallons per cord of Billy B. Kelly, recruiting and retention first step is taking a soil sample.
This is Check with
manager for the Florida Army National relatively easy. your
the light at the end of the tunnel accountant. Under this "reform" bill firewood.? Guard, said. county agent's office concerning samplingbags

has flickered out and Mr,' Reagan's at- you may need him more than ever come Before extra heat from burning wood is As part of this emphasis, Maj. Gen. tools, and testing services. Using a

tempt to generate enthusiasm for the next April.Solons' available to warm your house, that water Robert F. Ensslin,Jr., adjutant general of sampling auger, or a shovel, take cores of
must be evaporated.While green wood will Florida, visited areas around the state to soil six inches deep from at least 15 dif-
provide a warming fire,partially dry wood meet with unit commanders, and their key ferent spots in your garden. Avoid unusual
does not waste so much of its heat on boil- personnel. areas, such as wet spots and burn piles.

Trip to Seattle ing away the water. The Florida Army National Guard con Thoroughly mix these cores together to
If and tinues to grow. In fiscal year 1985 (October make one representative sample. Put this
you cut'firewood now properly 3rd Battalion mixture in a sampling bag, complete the
1984-Sept. 1985)), 116th Field
1] Made Tax $$$ Rattle the stack it to allow moisture air should to circulate drop to through about Artillery, joined the Florida Guard. That, accompanying information sheet,attach it
layers; plus minor increases in other units, added to the bag, and mail to our lab for testing.
10.t 20 percent,of weight by next winter. 676 people to the Florida Guard's authorized The soil pH, indicated by the test, will

Drying .time depends not only on strength.In determine the need fojr lime. Most
Apparently, all of the flagrant waste of tax- President of the Senate Harry Johnston did puta temperature and air humidity of the fiscal year 1980; the Florida Army vegetables grow best in a soil with a pH
payers' money isn't going on in Washington. We $90 per night limit on hotel rooms for senators, weather, but also on the kind of wood, the Guard had an assigned strength of 9,300 between 5.8 and 6.2, a level that's slightly
have only to look to Tallahassee to discover our but House members operated under no such size of individual pieces and where you personnel. At the end of fiscal year 1985 acid, or "sour".
own'homegrown variety of spending otberpeople'l restrictions. One member, for instance, stayed in, store It.Large. that figure has increased to 11,241. Carefully follow the laboratory's recommendations
money with gay abandon. one of Seattle's ritziest hotels at$150 per night. Ills sticks of dense wood such as oak "The recruiting climate in Florida is so concerning the amount of lime
Even with some of the vouchers still not turnedIn Seattle siesta cost taxpayers a total of $1,800, In- and take months to lose healthy that the National Guard Bureau is 'to add.Too much may be just as bad as too
it appears that the cost to taxpayers of a cross- cluding $1,170 for the room. The House Rules most hickory of their may moisture many,while lighter woods assigning more units to us," Kelly said. little. And, be sure you apply the lime well
country legislative Junket to Seattle last summer Chairman defended the expensive trip by saying, such as wild cherry, gums or maples, split "We're one of seven states that has over 1 in advance of planting time. Dolomite is a
will exceed: $100,000, with some of the legislative "As a tourist state,we need to be a little more sen- Into small will dry within a few million qualified males available betweenthe good liming agent. But, because it reacts
"delegation": spending. up to $150 a night for hotel sitive about how we criticize travel to other parts weeks. pieces ages of 17 and 25," slowly, it should be added at least a month
rooms.: of the country, since that's how we make our liv- to six weeks before planting-even sooner,
Almost half the ing."Such a defense is begging the question,sinceit Build the woodpile in a sunny location, if if possible. '
Legislature- of 40 senators
Isn't the Idea of travel that is being criticized, possible, and keep it free of bushes and Although a soil test provides Important
and of House
45 129 members- for thelush'
up the cost and whether in this moist air around it and impede recommendations the
who's hold well
:trip to the National Conference of State, but paying grass that on liming,as as
case, it is cost-effective to offer such a trip.to the the stack so that wind RESPIRATORY kind and amount of fertilizer to apply,
'Legislatures, accompanied by 50 flush owinbgetWeen
who.were kind enough to the tab lobbyists for little entire Florida legislature. > will the Individual pieces, there's a lot it won't reveal. For example: ,.
"extras"such pick up of the accompanying'lobbyists carrying away the moisture. Leave a cou- a soil test doesn't show the presence of in-
as a moonlight cruise for the entire At least one ILLNESSESTo
Florida delegation and salmon fishing trips for a didn't think so. He said, "You can-buy tapes of the ple of feet between stacks. sects, nematodes, or disease organisms.,'
selected few.- conference. So why couldn't they Just send a few Lay down several old logs or other foundation And it can't determine whether yourgarden
delegates out there, give them money to buy the (such as old pallets) to hold the team more about these respiratory is too wet or too dry. A soil test is
Even one of the lobbyist commented that sen- problems call Tel-Med and Just one key to success. You also must
tapes and play them for the rest of the Legislaturewhen firewood off the ground,to prevent rotting.
ding.78 legislators to such a conference "just back.". with the bark ask for these tapes by number.Can choose the proper crop varieties, buy good
doesn't make sense". And it doesn't make they get Also, stack split pieces up .. the
surely to let the tree's own ,.. .." or 37S-0007. seed, plant at right time,water properly
dollars for the state treasury. Besides the A clever little idea like that might save the tax- whenever you can, wood and control pest and diseases.;
legislators,eleven of their staff members and two .payers 90000..but it wouldn't take care of those protective. cover keep fhe dry. 7 Pneumonia what does It In review, a soil test will indicate the
aides from the Governor's office went along to be moonlight cruises and salmon fishing trips 'for Wood continues to gain favor as a mean? relative amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus
sure'i that Florida was well represented- tired legislators. heating fuel in some parts of the state, a 13 Pulmonary emphysema potassium, calcium, and magnesium in
numbers, that Is. in the 1970s when fuel oilpricesincreased. 38 Influenza your garden plot as well as the pH level.
There are at least 14, 90 Hay fever You can use this,information to determinehow
counties where wood heats ten percent or 296 Common sinus problem much of a particular analysis fertilizer -

; _. more of all homes; In many other homes It 576 Bronchial asthma and the quantity of lime if any to
---= -of'r. -==- 3--.J., is a secondary fuel kindled for festive occasions. 581 Chronic cough taking soil sample u a.
.., 582 Shortness of breath simple process you can performYOUl'8ell
,with Information from your county
e J If you buy your wood, rather than cut office.But remember soil testIs
Tel-Med A tee community service agent s ,a
'" and split it, you should look at the sawn brought to you by the Auxiliary no substitute for good management. Its

"'5,t S 1M first Ajnertean-nwde automobile In htetory. the "buggy.ut.- was' invented by ends dark of weathered the pieces.look They, with should season-cracks have a Bradford Hospital, InC, Just one of the basic steps along the path to .
.who first drove It In 1..2. a productive garden.t'm
'f ,CharE./ Dury- J radiating out from the tree's center ,

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,;.,'f':.'..", J: Mr: and Mrs. S.. R. Johns Celebrate Golden Anniversary, .

F '. ,;'. ,:.,' :t ; .: -JI; '
A .lovely family tradition was Many flower Jacksonville. Palatka;'. Mr.' ,and. Mrs. Stewart
carried out on Saturay afternoon. of friends and arrangements gifts Out-of-town guests were Mrs. P. Craig, Mrs.Eva Jean Chastain and
Oct. 19, when Mr. and Mrs. S. R. the family were used'throughout F. Maguire Miss Elise Jones and Warren Whitten of St.Augustlne.
Johns celebrated their golden wed- them party rooms. Among Mr. and Mrs. J: H. Ritch of Mr. and Mrs. Johns have three
yellow daisies
ding anniversary in the same homein chrysanthemums in and and Gainesville; Mrs. Margaret Boner children Ann Crawford of Augusta.
which Mrs. Johns' parents Mr. basket, which a gold glass and Ms. Betty Tomlinson of Lake Ga.; Linda Warren of Jacksonvilleand
6 6Mt' and was also a gift to the Butler; L. D. Peek of Lake Randy Johns of Starke. Theyare
i tfI Mrs. J. H. Hitch and grand Hitches, and a yellow rosebud with City;
parents Col. and Mrs., C. L. Peek baby's breath in a filigree bud Mrs. David Gault of Austin Texas; the proud grandparents of Tom
celebratedd their 50th wedding an vase, another gold H. C. Brown and Dr. T. G. Ritch of Julie and Brenda Crawford of.
r fa niversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Ritch.anniversary gift to Orange Park; Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Augusta and Linda Crawford Fernandez -

Guests were greeted at the door by In the sun room was a long table Gregory Mrs. W. p, Booras and of Virginia Beach Va.;
daughter Cynthia and grandson Steve and Susan Warren of Jackson-
Mrs. H. M. Richarde sister of Mrs. containing the guests books from
Johns and were invited Into the living Co). and Mrs. Peek's in Tyler, Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll Sr., ville; Rick Johns of Keystone
room where the honored couple 1927 and Mr. and Mrs.anniversary Ritch's Mr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll Jr. Heights and Elise and Jennifer
stood before the fireplace banked in well an- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Morris awl Johns of Starke. and the great,
niversary 1955 as
as family
with fern and a lovely arrangementof pictures and momentoes J.C.Chewning of Jacksonville; Mr. grandparents of little Scotty Fernandez
gerberer daisies lilies chrysan- the three spanning and Mrs. Emmett! Perryman of age eight months, of
themums and roses in shades of generations. Crystal River; Mr, and Mrs. L. H. Virginia Beach all of whom were
Among the Miss Elise
guests were Buck Scott Buck Mr. and Mrs. present to help celebrate this lovely
blue pink and wine. Jones
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr., L. D. Gerald Morris and children of occasion.
The dining table was centeredwith Peek, Emmett Perryman, Hamilton -- = ...
an antique Wedgewood soup Ritch and Mrs. H. M. Richarde who --
tureen containing flowers in the also helped Col. and Mrs. Peek and .
same colors and flanked by tall pink Mr. and Mrs. Ritch celebrate their I
candles. Finger foods and punch golden wedding anniversaries.
I *
A N were served by Mrs. L. H. Buck of
Assisting in serving were Mrs. Social Side News.
\ Palatka, niece of Mrs. Johns and Charles Darby, Mrs. Bob Fergusonand 'Not es
.. a' Miss Gloria Braswell of Keystone Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. of
Heights. The anniversary cake was Starke; Mrs. Nancy Akridge of Lake of the Church Items'.N'ews
served by Miss Julie Crawford and Butler and Mrs. Bob Nobles of ter,
Miss Brenda Crawford of Augusta
k JWI! \ Ga.; Miss Susan Warren of Jackson- Weddings
ville and Mrs. Scott Fernandez of '
\ Virginia Beach Va., granddaughters BC HomemakersTo I Receptions
of the honorees. y Parties
, i 1 Miss Elise Johns and Miss Jen- Meet Nov. 14 .X Gladys Mooty
nifer Johns of Starke also granddaughters Bradford County Homemakerswill 964-7608

; invited the guests to sign meet Thursday Nov. 14, at 10 .
- the guest book on the library table in -- -- -- -
'f in the for .
a m Agriculture building -..----..- ... --
the hall which was enhanced with a its annual Show and Tell program.
: lovely mixed flower arrangement ina There will be an exchange of
j z gold vase a gift to Mr. and Mrs. Christmas ideas and recipes. INT RODUCING
Ritch on their golden wedding an attend.
: Everyone is welcome to
.e niversary.'sfrWlfte
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George Roberts Ins., Inc.

., Mr. and Mrs. S.R.Johns -Bewitclil teml

DKG Alpha Nu Meeting Oct. 14 986 N. Temple Avenue TREAT YOURSELF TO A TRICKY NEW HAIRSTYLE...

,. ((904)) 964-7826 with ourGRAND
:! Delta Kappa Gamma Alpha Nu Union County Times regardingitems
of interest to the community in (.j"
" Chapter had an Oct. 14 meeting at
Starke Elementary Library. education.The :
.' Hostesses for the meeting were Min- first artice; will declare Delta COMPARE OUR RATES AND SERVICE OPENING'
' nie Lou Patray (chairman), Iva Kappa Gamma's support of National
o Jean Harrell, Elaine Wood Linda Education Week. The secondone Automobile Homeowner f SPECIALS! \
Touga,Ernestine Register and Sue will discuss ways parents can
, Winkler. help their children do better in Commercial InsuranceLife 25
t The meeting was brought to order school. The third and fourth articles PermS Including Cut . . . *
: by Janet Walters President. will be related to the new & Health Insurance
. Members discussed plans for National developments in education in Brad- Haircut & Blowdry *
Education Week Nov. 17-24. It ford and Union Counties. The

was Bradford decided County to publish Telegraph articles in and the members informative hope and these beneficial articles will to the be AETNA CASUALTY ALLSTATE Men . . . .

residents of both counties. AUTOOWNERS $ $7.00-1
Women . . .
, 4
:. 4H Clown Club Needs Adult Leader 964-6777

The Bradford County 4-H Clown ing skills. They also develop interpersonal 486 N. Temple Ave. Hours:
Club needs an adult volunteer leaderto communications, relationships
work with its 10 members. with others and strengthentheir Roberts, Agent George Roberts, Agent Suite A Tues. Sat. 9-5

: The clown club meets monthly and self-confidence. Share your Starke, Florida Evenings by
service skills by volunteering today.

jects. If you are between interested the in working 818nnrl I. I. .-(Across---street..-..-.-from.........BHS..-) -.. ,.. ... ..... .. .. Appointment...-.----.
with youth ages .. .. .
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i 4-H clowning program is a from 9 a.m. until 1 1:30 p.m. to better serve our
: new and exciting part of the regular
county 4-H program. Through the customers.
clowning program young people
develop their physical and perform-: Gainesville Hearing Aid Center

Did You Know........... 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville,

Mrs. Lib McComb spent Oct. 9-23 3760095We

-. with Mrs. her Bert son Newcomb and family in Los Mr.Altos and service all make and models of hearing aids.

:. Cal., and attended her grand- Also have batteries av liable. Home testing by ap- th

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Odom. Music Club Holding

Bake Sale Nov. 9
Doug Douglas
Told The Riverland Music Club a
Engagement member of the National Federationof

Mr. and Mrs. Oral Tanner of Music Clubs, met Thursday, Oct. L-
Lawtey announce the engagementand 10 at the home of Mrs. James Countryman \ .

approaching marriage of their of Chiefland, formerly of i RAWSONS
daughter,Tammy Odom of Starke to New River. c
Doug Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. President Nell Mann conducted J
Wayne E. Douglas, of Starke. the business meeting where plans '
Miss Odom and Mr Douglas are were made for a bake sale on Nov 9 Tat
both graduates of Bradford High Green's Store in Brooker. Proceeds J

School. Mr. Douglas. is employed by will go to support club proi.<.,
DuPont. jects. A variety of baked goods, including
The wedding is planned for June homemade rolls, pies and X
14, 1986, at 7 p.m. in the First Chris cakes will be available. '
tian Church in Starke.All Following the business meeting 't:
friends and relatives are invited the club was entertained by the f .
to attend. talents of Mrs. Dene Ward Lake
Butler, playing several I popular I
tunes and a very unique piece
Ricky Norman "Harry Birthday Dear Ludwig".
Celebrates First BirthdayLittle This composition was written by
Leonid Hambro in honor of the 200th /
Ricky Norman celebratedhis anniversary of Beethoven and is a \
first birthday Saturday, Oct. 12 variation in the style of Beethoven 2
at a party given by his parents Paul on Happy Birthday. &
and Janet Norman at their home in
A delicious luncheon
Lawtey. by members and guests.was enjoyed \ Just in time for Christmas
The Care Bear theme was carriedout J
in the decorations including a
Care Bear cloth on the table Why Johnny
centered by a Care Bear cake. REDEEM THESE COUPONS FOR
Multi colored balloons were hung CAN Compute... t

from the chandelier and around the "Millie, you'll never guess what ,t
buffet mirror. my Johnny came home telling\ me to- V
The 20 children attending includedhis day. He's only in kindergarten and4. UP TO 6 EXTRA FULL BOOKS' OF /
brothers Kenny and Davy. T .
he told me a wild tale about knowing .
Assisting in serving were Mrs. how to use a computer. Can you o r!
Rebecca Wise, Mrs. Sherry believe that story? His Dad and I 4

Crawford and Mrs. Nora Starling. just laughed be true."because we know thatcan't -t, TOP VALUE STAMPS

Johnny's parents were very surprised
First Christian Church to find out that he could work 4

Halloween Party the computer as a kindergarten stu- J '
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you new things you .... .. .. ............ ..
Members of the First Christian child is learning about in school? --- ---- --- ---

Church held its annual Halloween Have you thought that some of their T USE BOTHCOUPONS: < H* *HM* mmmmHmmmaBmmmi m ,
party Saturday night in the stories were tall tales? :
Fellowship Hall which carried out A school day for the children of theBO's > soo Extra: 1000 Extra .
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The refreshment table was puters, studying a foreign language,
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Jessica Wright; Nicole Adams and you as a parent are not aware of < I STAMPS I II

Donna Robins.. the many new and different pro- --..----......-...-.----.-.........-.-.--.-
Games with prizes were played by grams offered at your child's school ...
the 30 attending. take the time to find out what's new ----------------.l I USE BOTH -------------------l i
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your Support j :
American Education Week, '"* COUPONS i : s: .
Church of CodGospel November 17-24, by visiting and 500 Extra WITH $60.00 or 1000 Extra !
talking with your child's teachers ,.
Sing' and seeing what's going on.We must .i Top Value Stamps MORE Top Value Stamps 1-

Church of God of Prophecy, N301, always are remember tomorrow's the future.children today y2 : j WITH $20 OR MORE PURCHASE i WITH $40 OR MORE !
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This article is presented to you by AND RECEIVE i
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Pastor Wm."T.. Laney extends a : STAMPS
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Did You Know........... Community Halloween 'I .
: : ,
: 1" Carnival Tonight a
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey'spentOct. A community Halloween carnival i 500.: Extra ... 1000' lEUr:

4-20 in North Georgia and will be held tonight, Thursday Oct : WITH 560.00 or ,
Smoky Mountains 31, beginning at 6 p.m. at the R.J.E. Top Value Stamps i MORE Top Value Stamps
gym, sponsored by New Bethel Bap-
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Elder have tist Church. : WITH $20 OR MORE PURCHASE WITH $40 OR MORE
returned after 3V4 months in their Activities will include a cake walk ti. (AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE ; ( (AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE
cabin in Highlands, N.C. Before apple bobbing, bingo, haunted REDEEMABLE AT RAWSONS AND RECEIVE REDEEMABLE AT RAWSONS I'

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Gerald Crawford of Kingsley Lake and sodas) will be on sale. Other I I It
visited Rev. and Mrs. Mike Anderson -t STAMPS i
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toured Lake upper Placid, Niagara Falls Everyone is invited to attend. ..._-................-............_...__.- .....__..__.......................-......-
and Canada. Enroute home they Did You Know........... i USE BOTHCOUPONS ;
visited Mrs. Elder's brother, Gene i

Stroud in Andalusia-- Ala. who Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fletcher of 500 Extra i 1000 ExtraTop -u
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the Northeast Florida Fair in Oakland City, Ind. have been
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since last Thursday.Mr. .
Mike Early and daughter,Karie of
Seattle, Wash. arrive Friday to visit .and Mrs. Maxie Carter,Jr.attended SOD Extra WITH $60.00 1000 Extra
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Mrs. L. A. Canova of Starke and WITH $20 OR MORE I PURCHASE ;
sister, Mrs. James Otto of Seminole on Sunday. (AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE ; (AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE ;
returned last Thursday after two Among those on a three day cruiseto '
weeks tour and visit in Hillsborough, Nassau over the weekend were: VALU. 1500 TOP VALUESTAMPS ;
GOOD 12 5 89 TMRU I2''<1 89 12/585 THRU 12,11.85 ,
N.C. with Mrs. Otto's son and wife Mr. and Mrs.Albert Lee Crosby,Mr. I. .

Mr.and Mrs. Stuart P.Vandiere andother and Mrs. Merrill Dees, Mr. and Mrs. ...._..._..-..................
relatives in Abingdon and Jack Frazier Alvira DeVoe and
Warrenton, Va. and with their Dorothy Lamb.Returning ,. I ................_..........-......-......,
brother, Carl Alderman in i USE BOTHCOUPONS ;
Baltimore, Md. Monday after a 12 day -
i '
"Fall Foliage Tour" of the Nor 500 Extra i 1000 Extra Ii
Mr. and Mrs. W. T.Jackson have theastern states up to the White :. WITH 560.00 or
returned after nine months in Mountains, Vt. were: Agnes Heath, Value
MORE Value
Childersburg, Ala. where Mr. Geraldine Hooten, Lucile Johns, i Top Stamps i i Top StampsWITH i

Jackson was working on a contractfor Lillian Stump,Evelyn Griffin,Joyce WITH $20 OR MORE PURCHASE $40 OR MORE i ,
the U.S. government.Mr. Riherd,Beverly Blackshear and Mr. i (AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE i AND RECEIVE (AND THIS COUPON) PURCHASE I
and Mrs.Ken Cooksey of Mon- ; SUPER VALU. ; 1500 TOP VALUESTAMPS ; SUPER VALU. .'
ticello were weekend guests of Mr. GOOD 12 12 89 THAU 121685 i i GOOOIn85: T"RU1111: <85 I
and Mrs. Jim Womack and < .
Lunch Menus ..._--.-................-....-.............
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nail were in Nov. 4-8
Mill BrookN.Y. on business Middle EACH WEEK
Bradford Elem.& School ,
Wednesday to Sunday.Mr. .
Monday: Chicken rice cheese atlx, turnip .
(ram*,peachea,cookie,cornbread milk.T FOR THE NEXT 6 WEEKS a.TJGet15OO .
and Mrs. M. A. Payne visited ...dayi Chill cracker*, garden salad. fruit Op
their son, Marty in Clermont on Fri cinnamon rail milk.
and Saturday. Wednesday: Whaler on bun french fries,green
bean,brownie milk.
n.....':Macaroni*cheese,aplced ham sandwich -
Mr. and: Mrs. Ben Rowland have ,mixed vegetable,fruit cup milk.
had as visitors Mrs. Marguerite Friday: Pig In the blanket. baked beam, cabbage
slaw, ,cake,milk.
Ocala last
Rogers of Thursday and ,
Mr. and Mrs.Bill Schosaler.of Bron- Bradford High School :

son on Friday. Moadayi Chill cracker,garden salad peaches,
cinnamon roll milk.Tvndayt .
Mr. and Mrs. J.H.Moncrief spent Beaf-a-ronl cheese itlx,green bean*,
Thursday to Tuesday of last week at peach crisp hot roll,milk.macaroni cheese,cabbage
WedMayt Corndog ej
Indialantic visiting their soninlawand slaw,fruit cup cookie milk. Value !
daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. W. TkoneVtyt Chicken nugget,french fries,baked : Top Stamps
Vnderill. beam,fruit topped cake,Manila,milk.
Friday Plaza,buttered corn,garden salad. ,applesauce -
: cake,milk. v .
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson and ,
Mr. and Mrs...David Montgomery ALACARTEMe.dayi
returned Sunday'' after 10 days in Cbeeeeburgera, plaza french trie., MADISON STREET
orange Juice mllkahake. STARKE:: 430 WEST a
Cherokee, N.!: TandayiCorndogi, hamburger, trench rise,
plus milkshakes. ,orange Juice.
WedMdayPixxa, french: trie*, cheeseburger. '/
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa spent O J.,mllkshakee.7h.rsdayiliamburgera..
french fries, pizza
the past 10 days with her sister,Mrs.J. mllluhake,orange juice. .
W. Kincaid. Mr. and Mrs. Jim FrldayiComdogi. french: tries, hamburger,
Hoppe of Tampa were weekend orange lulce. mllluhake. _
Each day students have a choice of a hot lunchor >
guests. salad bar or they may purchase a-..-cerle. y


OctobC'r31.11I1ITELEGRPII: PnfeTA

Hampton NewsBy ., ," Manning and Kenneth Crawford; Camp, Blanding On Way To Receiving
Mrs. Jean Prevatt of Starke Mts.. ,.
to the city park. : ,,feOcU 10-Donnie Brown and Alicia "
Dolores Meng New Arrival Louise Smith of Jacksonville,' andf r)},1Dawti' Baker; Oct. 21-Wayne State For Modifications'.
Phone 46H-19U Airman Clifford Philip and April Mrs. Helen Richard of Ocala, and a*' -Kerschner; OcL 22-Bryan Archer Camp
Brunetti of Cheyenne,Wyo., proudly friend, Mrs. Margaret Pasteur of Oct. 23-Stephanie Redding andKevin
Halloween CelehrationH their Ocala on the trip. They all enjoyed Meng; Oct. 24--Robert Congressman Don
announce the arrival of son, Fuqua
On Friday, Nov. l, a Halloween Clifford Philip Brunetti, Jr. He was the lovely fall foliage along the way. Broome; Oct.25-Elvie Rigdon; Oct. Representatives has SE-ft1 Important? today announced that the House of
party will be held at the Hampton City born in Gainesville on Ocl 15, They enjoyed eating at the Brass 27-Lucian Bradley; Oct. 28-Misty Army National Guard facility at Camp Blanding.construction The House projects for the
Park.The party is set from 5:30: to weighing 8lbs. 10 oz. and measuring Lantern and Ruby Tuesday Koehler and Garnet Studer; Oct. the Military Construction Appropriations Act for today approved
Restaurants. also visited FY 1986 and sent the
6:30: p.m. All are Invited to attend in 21'/it inches. They 29-Jessie Keaton; Oct. 30-Vicki measure to the Senate.
costume. Pigeon Cove, the site of the Archie Zacek and Patti Meng Oct. said "In
Paternal grandparents are ; Fuqua : this bill, the Appropriations Committee
Campbell entertainment shows.At agreed to my request -
School Carnival 31-Polly Woods.Recuperating. for
Michael and Claire of $203,000 for water
Brunetti system modification and
Franklin, N.C., they visited the $321,000 ammuni-
The Hampton PTA is sponsoring Maternal tIon storage facility. I am most
Hampton. grandparentsare pleased to have been able
to obtain
where these
production a
the annual Halloween school car Wendell and Carol Chasteen of Mrs. George Werre is home vitally needed funds. .
nival on Sat., Nov. 2, from 5:30 to 9 Gainesville. Paternal great grandparents variety articles of arts, crafts and .home following surgery at Humana "Camp Blanding is an Integral part of our defense structure and fact
grown were displayed.Mrs. the
are Harold and Julia Wraggof Claire Hospital in Orange Park. that the House of Representatives included the funds indicates the
p.m.Among Brunetti has returned importance -
Among recent visitors to their
attractions planned are St. Petersburg. Congress places on insuring that
home from her to Camp Blanding ta able to fulfill its
trip Cheyenne, home Mr. Werre and Nita,
games Bingo hayrides, haunted Travelers were functions. It Is my hope that the Senate will act swiftly and
house and cake walks. A variety of Mrs. Clarice Adkins returned Wyo., where she assisted her son, Rev. Claus, Susie Werre, Mrs. struction In the near future." we can begin con-
food will be available. home last week after spending one Clifford in moving to his Air Force Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Tickets for the$100 cash and other week in the Gatlinburg, Tenn., area. assignment in security police work. Padgett of Lake Butler and Mrs.
prizes will be on sale until 7 p.m. She accompanied her daughters, October BirthdaysOct. Fernie Moody.
Volunteers are necessary to have a 18-Lynn-Hall-; -Oct.=19-Dawn-:-....-. .
successful carnival. Proceeds will
go for needed supplies at the school. .........-.................... ................. ...... .............................
Saturday Jamboree
Another Hampton Jamboree will
be held Saturday night Nov.2,at the
City Park. Entertainment will be 1st BIG WEEK
several live I
provided by bands.Food
will be served throughout the even-
ing. Proceeds will go toward im- i/fr/

St. Edwards News i

Tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 1, the St. ,
Edwards Parish Bazaar will be held
in the parish hall located oppositethe
high school.At r
7 a.m. coffee and doughnutswill III Sale Prices Good Thru
be available. From 11 a.m. until Saturday. November 2nd.
closing at 7 p.m., ham dinners will ,
be served. Also available will be
sandwiches, beverages and
desserts. IIII Come in & pick up our Nature Made

Among featured items availableall Sale Circular for savings on much
day will be arts and crafts useful
Christmas articles and baked goods. I needed vitamins.
Prizes to be given are$100 cash a
hand-crafted doll house two turkeys
and a large doll with hand-crocheted COME IN AND SAVE AS WE LAUNCH OUR GREAT ANNIVERSARY SALE /"" "'

clothing. III
Attend Orlando ConventionThe .
tional Council of Catholic Womenwas LOTION 14 6-OZ "C". "D" or SINGLE 50'S
held from Oct. 20-25 in Orlando. 'HI & DRI DEODORANT ROLL-ON 9-WOLT Limit' 2

Hotel.Headquarters Mrs.at Lester the Sheraton Humphries for the Twin conventionwere and Towers Mrs. i 1.5-OZ.88 Of SOLID 2-OZ. 9 .69 i7i.oo ; ::7 7I

Francis Meng represented St. Ed-
ward's Altar Society at the conven- _
tion attended by women from Pro- n .
vinces throughout the United States. 01 .mnDRI

Business sessions were conductedby 1
the National President Mrs. I
Mary Ann Schwab from the San ( ,
Francisco Province. At the con- I I I
cluding Eucharistic Liturgy, she
was presented with a scroll by The
Most Rev. John R. Quinn D.D., Archbishop I :\..:'. ui\iiti ti w.r 'TOWELS '
of San Francisco. This ITl" run
scroll carried the Apostolic Blessingof
Pope John Paul II, in appreciationfor
her service to the NCCW. -

concelebrated The Eucharistic by Liturgies Archbishops were 040 % .,,,. '". .. : / .., o.O
: 1.39DRIXORAL ,
Bishops, Diocesan and Deanery '
Moderators and Parish Priests. F F tsn ..::. ;
The Florida Banquet oirWednes-' "" iuQOCra r "'
day eve in?*1l*a.i attended by JUpsfr l!,,.l NTIBB' STOCK a? 1 e)>. 1'\\ \. .' ,.FOAMY -. It '"\'wwa +
Rev.Thomas J. Grady,D.D.,Bishopof MAYBELLINE SHAVE GEL
Orlando, Bishop John J. Snyder of COSMETICS symptom., M f .
the St. Augustine Diocese, Diocesanand Reg. 1.15 to ; 2-TYPES --- OtefeQd
Moderators, Parish C
Deanery 5.69 DRIXORAL
Priests and women from the various IIII ;;.- ilQttlJJJ-
parishes.On 2 49 '

Thursday evening, the con- II Limit 2 : x ,.. -
cluding Convention Banquet was at-
tended by some 2000 clergy, women It
and guests. 4 FOR I COCA-COLA PRODUCTS "
The convention closed on Friday III 1.99 GI e11e 99 2.LITER Limit 2 ........................................_.........1.09
with the commissioning of new of- A .
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City. This meeting hosted by St. '-. NEWS RAZORS 5'S I TATTOO BUBBLE GUM 9-OZ. YOUR CHOICE .....
Ann's Guild was attended by women or PIVOT 5's .
from Gainesville, High Springs, -
Chiefland, Branford Cross City .,...
Hawthorne Macclenny, Starke, and ''r '+ ,, : 1 Z O YOUR CHOICE
Williston. Mrs. Esther Kressman, + -w"- :: '::::;a.:::

president, conducted the meeting.At 'n 2.98
the morning business session OLD SPICE -?-, 4 cl. yk. !\' / -
members were informed of the National I STICKDEODORANT : .n relief...s ... 4.9 9 --y- INNOVATIVE
Council of Catholic Women ,, ..-..;-..
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Convention scheduled for Oct. 20-25 2.5-OZ. 99t ..:::::::=:: DICITECH WALLET WATCH

in Orlando. Members were invited to II 4 TYPES SOLAR #ST201 or 9'ro
attend a Fashion Show and Lun- .={eji : L CALCULATOR NDQ MEN'S

cheon scheduled for Dec. 4 at FLOSS AWAY .... 1 49 CHILDREN'SPAIN #SL656E 8FUNCTIONWATER
Gainesville's Holy Faith Church for J 3 TYPES ..M .,.n RELIEF Reg. 6.99 RESIS-
the benefit of the handicapped.On II
Jan. 18 a Deanery Day of -
Recollection is scheduled to take
place at Holy Faith Church to be 0
conducted by Father Gene Lynch. 3.29 1.29 2.36 i 2.99 ..
works of those attending .
For charity
were asked to save eyeglasses, II KERI ...-.... FINAL NET JOHNSON'S ql ar BASF PRO UCASSETTE ..--..: ,
sheets, Jewelry, cancelled stamps LOTION PUMP BABY OIL
and Campbell's soup labels. 6.5-OZ. 3 TYPES 10-OZ. TAPE F 60''
Following the business session a-oz. Limit 2 2-PK. 60-MlN.

Mass pastor was Father concelebrated Michael Williams by the, /i;! .I

Deanery Moderator Father Flannan r l L J TOSHIBA MULTI-BAND sBASF by
Walsh, Father Joseph Finlay, St. I CAAf 88.88 STEREO CASSETTE -
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Thomas Gordon, Pastor of St. Reg. 129.99
Williams at Keystone Heights. _
Luncheon followed at the HolidayInn.

.The guest speaker,Father John 1S.RO
Oliver of the Gainesville St. 314" X 5"
Augustine Church gave an addresson 300-POCKET
the importance of "Women in the / WIREBOUND* SCRIPTO PHOTO
Among special guests attendingwere 70-SHEETS e DISPOSABLELICHTER ALBUM
from Jacksonville, Dolores Reg. 79< ea. : Reg. 7.99
Hankins, President of the St.
Augustine Diocesan Council of
Catholic Women, Mrs. Mildred BOUNCE FABRIC
Bazley,Past President of the DCCW I.0920-SHEETS .4 13.99 POCKET EVERFLASH" CAMERA
and Mrs. Irene Houle. /
Attending the meeting from St.: -- z Reg. 16.99
Edwards were the Altar Society

President dent Betty Elois Dazinski Jones,, Vice Treasurer Presi- Lf See the yellow pages for FOR A GOOD LOOK AT HALLO+ .hC rf

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HA 1 I TEl.i.GRAP11 October 31, 1985

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PaXggWWJJe; Tough, Determined;:] :;:For BHS Friday NightThis

1 t >

Friday's homecoming game Smith is small, quick, and explosive, Paxon bas good size on\ both the offensive linebackers in the gaps In the mid- all right; and is expected to play provement of Mike Chappell as a

with 2-4 Paxon High of Jacksonvilleis (as good a runner as seen this year, in and defensive lines plus the dle. The defensive down linemen are against Paxon. I, blocker; says Coach Hurse.

an important game for the 7-0 the same class as the one from dangerous backs. The Eagles may 'ends Dwayne Hayes, no. 32,163-11, "Right now, we're In pretty.good

Bradford High gridders because it is Baker and the two from Inverness, be more of a running threat than and Danny Rowland! no. 58, 160-10, physical shape," says Coach Hurse.

a district game. points out Defensive CoordinatorMike Bishop Kenny, The Eagles are not and tackles Saul Cooper, no. B5, Against Paxon, Coach Hurse plansto Open Date...

BHS currently leads District Sexton. FB Smith has got the that good a throwing team, but they 198-12; Robert Bostic, no. 48, 160-12' use Wendell Shanks and Cory After the Paxon BHS had

3-AAA with a :M record with Paxon speed that if he get in the open he'll can run the football, says Coach Sex- David Benton, no. 83 160-12, andDell Strong to return punts and kickoffs. an open date Friday game, Nov., 8.'

and Santa Fe the only two remaining be difficult to contain, Sexton says. ton.The Oglesby, no. Sf;206-10. Hume wants to protect starting The final two games are at home,

district foes. Second place Baker Paxon quarterback Dennis Horne, Tornado defensive coordinator The linebackers are the toughfullback quarterback Frank Long as much as Nov. 15 against Tavares and Nov. 22

High has one district loss, 21-0 to no. 10, 160-10, is, a good drop back is concerned that his front Freddie Smith, no. 24, and possible.Running. against Santa Fe.

Bradford. passer,and QB Rick Hayes,no. 12,is seven players have been defensing Jeff Johnson, no. 4. The set back is back Clinton Jenkins ran ,

Paxon is big, but not.too physical, a strong, lanky 6-3, 167 pound so many passes lately that they've Pat Johnson, no. 1, plays one corner- hard in the Bishop Kenny game and

says Head Coach David Hurse. The sophomore who can throw the foot- forgotten" how to play the run tough. back. continued to look tough in Mosn ay's Coach Hurse Is giving the Tornado

two wins are 16-13 over North ball. Offensively, Paxon uses runs 1 don't know if we have the sharp scrimmage. "He was a man out gridders next M- -W off. That'll be

Marion, and they beat Fernandina. from the I-formation and uses a split edge against the running game that BUS Is Ready... there," says Coach Hurse. five straight days off, including the

, West Nassau beat Paxon 28-7, and end and a wide receiver. we had 3-4 weeks ago," Coach Sex- There were no major injuries to An added demension to the BHS weekend.

they lost to Santa Fe. Favorite Paxon pass receiver is ton worries. "We've got to realize the Tornadoes in the Bishop Kenny running attack is the blocking of

The Eagles have three good run- set back Pat Johnson, no. 1, 6-6, "that somebody's going to come out game.Defensive. tight end Mike Chappell. Beginning "I've told them I don't want to

ners in fullback Freddie Smith, no. 165-11. one night and try to stick it down our tackle Chris Dougherty, in the Bishop Kenny game ChappeD even see them," says Coach Hurse.

24, 168-12; running back Kevin There are some huge Paxon throat," Coach Sexton warns who had his neck hyper-extended in began to block with authority, Coach Thursday and Friday, Nov. 7-8, It

Gatlin. no. 22, 165-11, and running players who play defense, but they Defensively, Paxson uses a 6-2, the rough North Marion game, was Hume notes. "We'll be a much bet- will be the BHS offense against the

back Jeff Johnson, no. '4, 188-J1., ,are not starters." with :"ix down linemen and two ",back at practice. .-MondAY". got.along' ter football team because of the im- defense again. .

Looking Back : Is BHS UpTo_ Championship Standards ?

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The best football around these High, fine-tunes the 1985 third- Tavares, and Santa Fe in the last their edge.Looking. practice in the gym.

parts may be on the Tornado practice -' ranked for the post season play-offs. half of the 1905 football season, Head ahead to the postseasonplay Some of Monday's practice was But this year. Coach Hurse

field as Coach David Hurse, a Going through four weak opponents Tornado David Hurse is concernedthat Coach Hurse sqys BUS will spent sending the first string Tor- agrees, there is an outstanding

wily veteran of 29 years! at_Bradford Bishop Kenny,. .Paxon, Tornado gridders are losing. ... probably play tough Inverness, who nado offense up against the first string defense, an excellent offense with an
outstanding several
BHS beat 18-0 in the fourth game of defense. But the coaches can't quarterback,

the season. Inverness has a fearce afford too much of such contact good running backs, and a veteran

running game. Inverness is favoredto because somebody could get hurt. offensive line that protects the

HALLOWEEn PARTY beat Crystal River this week a And BHS isn't deep enough in talentto passer and makes holes for the run-

game which will probably decIdetha afford many injuries, especially ners. Plus who, can there catch is a the host football.of Tornadoes

t district.TQ to starting quarterback Frank Long.
The combination of and
successfully play tough team It's nice to be 7-0 on the season, 5-0 passing
First like Inverness the Tornado and of the district running makes BHS explosive.
} on top favored to
Thursday Oct. 31st linebackers and down linemen will win the last three games with Such a combination enables Coach
Drink Hurse and his 1985 Tornadoes to take
have to get used to defending runs Jacksonville Paxon, Tavares, and advantage of whatever the

again, Coach Hurse points out. Santa Fe. "....but if does create offers. opponent

Happy Hour All Night Hurse echoes the concern of Defen- some situations," Hume points out,

:: sive Coorindator Mike Sexton that such as having to pit the Tornado Unless the offense and defense of

the BHS front seven has lost its edge players against each other. the unbeaten Tornado eleven falls

Costume Contest In Costume in defensing a tough running game.So apart at the same time, or disaster

the Tornado offense and Coach Hurse has been there comes in the form of injuries, Brad-

11 defense are going head-to-head in before. His goal each season is to ford High is unlikely to be beaten by
tough scrimmages to achieve the win the state championship. Twice, any regular. season opponent..
calibre of competition the Tornadoes in 1965 and 1966, the Tornadoes led
Come'on Out and Trick or Treat with PatsyJessie's Inverness will be in the
,will! face in post season play. the state. In 1976 they came close, tough post-

"" "We've got to line up and practice but there was only one receiver who season battle for the regional title.

rte" Liquor & Lounge against ourselves with great intensity could catch the football.It After that, it looks, at this point, the
regional play-off will be
Coach Hurse said just before is rare for a small county school, Tallahassee

801 N. Temple Avenue Starke 964-8080 Tuesday's practice which was rain- such as to have a football best Class 3A Godby, probably the
Bradlordi team in the state
ed out forcing ,the Tornadoes to team weakness. Coach Hurse says. ,

Legal Notices =

feet to the Point of Beginning.

PARCEL 2: Part of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of
COUNTY FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION of the Southeast of Section 33.Town.hlp FLORIDA
Sealed bids will be received by the City CASE NO. 85-90-CJ 6 22 Bradford HI NEIGHBOR WHOLESALE COMPANY Section 25 Township 7 South, Range 21Eo.t.
South. Range East CASE NO. B5.443.CA
Commission of'' the City of Starke; DIVISION S-730 CAPITAL ASSOCIATES INC. Bradford County Florida described -
Florida said
County, ; parcel being
DIVISION! : as follows: Begin at the SW corner of
Florida at the City Hall In Starke, Florida described follows BARNETT BANK OF JACKSONVILLE N.A.
more particularly as :
until 7:30 November S STATEWIDE COLLECTION CORPORATION said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 as marked by a
Tuesday ,
: p.m. IN THE INTEREST OF: COMMENCE at the Southeast Corner of DONALD N. WADE, and
1985 at which time and all bidsreceived EDWARD S. TRUPPMAN M.D. Trustee concrete monument; thence E on the
place Infant Mal. Petrey, a child said Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4" FLORENCE WADE Tenants in common ,
South line of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 353.17
will be publicly opened and and RANDY MILLER In his
and run North 0347'20" West, along theEasterly vs, capacity as
read aloud on the following Executive Director of the ofRevenue feet to an Iron pipe set at a fence corner;
: NOTICE Department
feet and If
Boundary thereof 54.62 to CLIFFORD WARDEN, If living thence North 43'30" W along said
THE STATE\! OF FLORIDATo the line of State who ,
Northerly right-of-way deceased known party
any fence, 207.03 feet to an Iron pipe;.thence
; Including an : ALBERT WESLEY DEMENT'R..ld.nc. Road No. S-100-A and the Point of Begin, claim as heir devisee, grantee, Defendants. North 39"12'55" West 175.42 feet to an
automatic document feeder and 20 bin "NOTICE OF SALE
a Unknown thence O347'20"West
nlng; continue North assignee, lienor creditor trustor, i
sorter. \" sold Boundary other claimant 'j P., NOTICE Is hereby glL81that,purauont.oJt r.Iron. pipe on the South.o.t.rIYflght
'" along Easterly trustee, or any claiming 221
of S.R. No. established for
.b,,1'fIIf,1 ,, You are h.r.by notified! that! a Petition: ,437.85 feet to Iron thence him : "*' J.,I to the final Judgment entered Jn case way as a
dr. an pipe: run* through or against
SPECIFICATIONS: "' l., >""' v oath., copy of-whl..h-..has, beep-;sunder Ndr/fi 8922'50" West 310.00 feef-Won* A,-*/i and"; r" ,""''C,+N..,J"1!'"Inumbe,),' -2, in the ClrculSTtSftrfVWj' rvWflt Wt"On/ \ *'said 66 feet; thence of South 367.50 aS>feel ftSQ'i to:' I

Copying Method: Electrostatic'transf.r deposited with the Clerk of thus Court for Iron pipe: thence run South' 03 47'20"East ''tUFFORb; O.' WARDEN. MARy" ETTA Bradford County Florida I wlli''I'etl''tti.prop.rty right way
the West line of thealor..old
system (dry copy type). you has been filed In the above styled 378.35 feet to an iron pipe .on thy MICHAELS..BAR8ARA' D. WARDEN, AND situated In Bradford County, an Iron pipe Southeast on 1/4 of NE 1/4
Copying Paper Size: Max. H"xir. Min.' Court for the permanent commitment to Florida described as: :
8'/"x5'/4" Northerly right of way line of the' JOYCE LYNN GRIFFIS if living and If thence South along the sold West line of
The Children' Home Society of Florida Seaboard Coast Railroad who
Line known
right-of- deceased party
Copying Speed, : (Cassette feed In normal for subsequent adoption of Infant Male way; thence run South 65002'17" East claim as any heir, devisee, grantee may, A parcel of land containing 9.5 acres, ''the SE of 1/4 of NE .1/4 57.45 feet to the

mode) Petrey a male child of whom you or.all.g.d along said Northerly Railroad right-of- assignee lienor creditor trustor more or less lying in the NE 1/4 of the N : Point Beginning.has
50 copt.s/mln.(8'/xl1"( or smaller) b. the natural father laid 1/4 of Section 34 Township 6 South
to way line 170.6<< feet to an Iron pipe on trustee, or any other claimant, claimingby been filed against and .
34 coples/mln.(8Vixl4"( ) child being born on the 4th day 01Sept.mber" the Northerly right of way of aforesaid ,'through or against them; Range 22 East Bradford County.Florida, you you or.r.qulr.d
of written
30 coples'mln.(11x17'( ;:) 198S at Jacksonville, Duval State Road No. S-100-A: thence run and said parcel being more particularly to serve a copy your
defenses if to it, the
Multicopylng: 1 999 with automatic County, Florida; and you are hereby South 89:22'50" East along the Northerly All, parties having or claiming to have described as follows: whose any on and address Is
countdown display (repeat pause, and commanded to be and before the Commence at the NE corner of said NE name
appear right-of-way line of said State Road right title or Interest In and to the
any DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A.. P. O. Drawer
copied number verification' functions Included Honorable GEORGE H. PIERCE. Judge of 154.56 feet to ,the Point of Beginning and following described property lying and 1/4 and run N 8838'W, along the Northerly 1030 Starke. Florida 32091

) the Circuit Court at Bradford County to Close. In Bradford County Florida to boundary thereof 798.00 feet
being clerk
and file the original with the of the,
Magnification ratio: 106411.41: Starke, Florida at 1:30: p.m. on the 20th ALSO AND INCLUDING the Easterly 50 wit: Thence S 1043'E. 45.55 feet to a concrete
(zoom range of 78 steps In 0.01 Increments of November 1985, and" to how monument located on the Southerly above styled court on or before
day feet of the Southerly 75 feet of that portion Part of Section 24 Township 8 South November 22, 1985; otherwise a judge
) cause why said Petition should not b.grant.d. of the Northwest 1/4 of th.Southwest Range 22 East, as more fully described In boundary of the ROW of State Road 230 ment be entered for therelief
Fixed ratios:. 10.64"1:0.77.; : 1:0.95,1:1: for POB. From POB thus described continue may against you
1/4 of Section 34, Township 6 Tax Deed recorded In O.R. Book, 147X demanded
1:1.21: 1:1.29: 1)1.41 WITNESS my hand as the Clerk of said South Range 22 East lying North of 79, Bradford County Public S 1"43' E, 765.00 feet, more or I.... in the complaint or

Paper Feed:, Automatic feeding by trlpl.CO..tt.1 Court and the Seal thereof, this 10th day State Road No. S-100-A described In page Records. to the Northerly boundary of the ROW ofa petition.WITNESS hand and the seal ol said

and auxiliary' paper feed tray. of October, 1985. Warranty Deed recorded In Official graded county road commonly knownas my
Court October 21, 1985.
Platen: Stationary. Clerk of Circuit Court Wilson Road. Thence In a Northwesterly on
Records Book 15, page 215 of the Public NOTICE OF ACTIONTO GILBERT S. BROWNAs
Light Source: Halogen lamp. By Barbara Starner Records of Bradford County, Florida. THE ABOVE STYLED DEFENDANTS, direction along last aforesaid Clerk of said Court
Power source: AC, 120V10%, 60Hz.' Deputy Clerk Northerly boundary 670.00 feet more or
Power consumption: Max. 1.85KW 10/17 11/7 less to the Westerly boundary of said NE 10/244tchg
4tchg subject of Warranty Deeds Recorded in CERN: YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the institution
Dimensions. : 34 7/8"W) x 25'/i" (D) x 42"H Official Records Books 125 and 141, of this action by Plaintiffs againstyou 1/4 of NE 1/4; thence N 1"17'W. along

( ) pages 173 and 401, respectively of the seeking to Quiet Title on the follow said Westerly boundary 540.64 feet to
Standard accessories: Papercassettesi1x1T' the Southerly boundary of the ROW of
Public Records of Bradford County, in Bradford County:
( 8V4xl4" 8Vtxll"R); State Road 230 aforesaid thence in
; a
? COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida more particularly described as: Commence at the Southeasterly NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon
cleaner I brush Exit direction
Charger ; Charger ; Easterly along laid
"A PARCEL of land containing One Acre, of the Northeast quarter Southerly
corner day, Nov. 11, 1985 at 10:00 a.m., the
tray;; Original tray!:?Copying troy; boundary and along the ore of
paper a curve
CIVIL ACTION more or less, lying in the Northeast 1/4 Section 24, Township 8 South, undersigned GATOR fREIGHTWAYS
Instruction manualreference; cord. CASE NO. 85-418 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 33.Town.hlp Range :22 East and run thence concave to the North and having a INC., will sell at public auction for cash
The above machine multi colors radius of 11559.2 feet .
to .
print 491.44 feet
6 South :22 East Brad distance of 523.5 feet a.m.olur.d
Range Westerly ; at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one
w/one cassette Included. Any GEORGE G. GARRARD ford County, Florida; said parcel' being Thence run North 1185 feet; along a chord having a bear- lot of Carols Find Furniture, West Palm
variance in the above specifications by Ing of S 88036'55" E, to the end of said
Plaintiffvs more particularly described as follows: Thence East 55 feet; Thence.Southerly Beach. Fla.. to satisfy freight and
any prospective bidder must. be COMMENCE AT the Southeast Corner of 1265 feet; Thence Northwesterly curve. Thence S 89"5O'E. along said storage charges, under the provisions of
elaborated In the bid.The .
on Southerly boundary, 130.86 feet the
of Stork. will trade SUZANNE K. SIMMONS PFENNINGER, said Northeast 1/401 the Southeast 1/4 100.11 feet to the to Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of
City a SharpCopl.r MARK A. MOSHER and and run North 0347'20" West, along the Point of Beginning Being a portion POB. Lading.
Model SF820. Said trade-In
may JUDITH S. MOSHER Easterly Boundary thereof 492.47 feet to of the lands conveyed InDeed GATOR FREIGHTWAYS. INC., CarrierPro.
be examined at City Hall. At public sale, to the bidder
Defendants an Iron pipe; thence run North 89"22'50"W..t. recorded In Deed Book 81, highest 01-605469 dtd 9/3/85
The City of.Starke reserves the right to thencerun Bradford for cash, at the front door of the Bradford -
310.00 feet to an Iron pipe; pages 157 and 158 10/31 2tchg 11/7
accept or reject any or all bids. South 03047'20" East. 123,10 feet to Public Records.Suit County Courthouse, In Starke,
The effective date will be date-of ac NOTICEOF County Florida, between 11:00 and 2:00
\ and a.m. :
ACTION an Iron pipe and the Point of Beginning.From has been filed against you
ceptance. Point of Beginning thus described you are required to serve a copy of your p.m. on the 7th day of November 1985. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD
TO: MARK A. MOSHER and continue South 03'47'20" East, 255.25: written defenses If any on Myron C. COUNTY FLORIDA
Nell Tucker City Clerk. CLERK OF SAID COURT
JUDITH S. MOSHER feet to an Iron pipe on the Northerly Pravatt, Jr., Plaintiff's attorney whose PROBATE DIVISIONFile

10/24 2tchg. 10/31 ,!Address Unknown right of way line of the Seaboard CoastLine address if P.O. Drawer 790, Keystone 10/104tchg 10/31 Number 85-91-CP

,; s. Railroad, thence run South 6S02'17" Heights Florida 32656, on or before Division 1.3673
East, along said Northerly Railroad 9, 1985, and file the originalwith IN THE
\ declaratory judgment regarding the right-of-way line, 170.66 feet to an Iron the Clerk of this court either before COUNTY In Re: ESTATE OF
.. following propertyin. Bradford County. pipe on the Northerly right of way line of service on Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately SHIRLEY J. LUKE Deceased
> SALE Florida: State Road No. S-100-A; thence run thereafter, otherwise a ACTION

1966 GMC Truck. I.D. North 03"47'20" West 255.25 feet to an default will be entered against you for CIVIL NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. DLAX4011F4704P has been filed againstyou Iron pipe; thence run North 03"02'17" the relief demanded In the complaint CASE NO. 8S-44T administration of the estate of

R.ddllhi"os sheriff, of Bradford County and West, 170.66 feet to the Point of Beginning SHIRLEY J. LUKE, deceased File Number
are required to serve a petition.WITNESS
your of
Florida under and of of IN RE: The Marriage
by virtue Writ "
copy of your written defenses If any to and to Close. my hand and seal of the JACKIE RAY HALL, 85-91-CP Is pending In the Circuit Court
Execution, to wit: It on Richard E. Welfy. Plaintiff's Attorney At public sale, to the highest and best Court on October 23, 1985. for Bradford County Florida,' Probate
Execution I..u.dout, of County Court ,:whose address Is P.O. Box 995 bidder for cash at the Bradford County GILBERT BROWN : Division, the address of which is Brad

of Bradford County Florida pursuant to Starke, Florida 32091. before Courthouse in Starke, Florida at 11:00: as Clerk of Court and ford County Courthouse, Starke. Florida.
on or
a Final Judgement for' Daniel L. Grlpp of November 11, 1985 and file the original o'clock A.M. on the 13th day ofNov.mber,1985. By Beulah Moody Wile : The names and addresses of the personal .
Jacksonville Florida, and against David : Deputy Clerk representative and the personalrepresentative's
with the Clerk of this Court either before '
Oarrisondefendant./; In the amount of
GILBERT S. BROWN Jtehg 11/7 forth
service Plaintiff's Immediately 10/31 attorney are set
$1,814.49 together with.costs of codec-
thereafter otherwise a CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy -- below.
tion. i default will be entered against you for : Beulah Moody NOTICEOF Interested persons are required to
Have seized and have In my possession Deputy Clerk APPLICATIONOn file with this court. WITHIN THREE MONTHS

the relief demanded in the Complaint.
TO LAVON E. HALL, Addrsss Unknown
the* following described' personal DATED October 7, 1985. Fred H. Kent, III 10/2/85 GRIFFIS GAS OF STARKE, : OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
on YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
property to-wit: GILBERT S. BROWN P. O. Box 4700Jacksonville' P. O. Box 60005, Storks, Florida 32091 NOTICE: ((1) all claims against the estate

One .((1)) Panasonic Color Video Clerk of the Court ; Fla. 32201 made application for water use permit dissolution of marrlog.lnvolvlngthe In Bradford County and (2) any oblectlon by an interested

Camera Newvlcon ,Omnlpro, Model Attorney for Plaintiff 2-89-00272 for an average daily following property person on whom this notice was served
PK-97S with Camera Extension Cabl., By; Beuloh Moody 10/24 withdrawal of 0.0001 million gallons Florida: that the of the will
Clerk tchG10/31. i. per i challenges validity ,
Deputy PARCEL 11 Part of the SE 1/. of NE 1/4
No. 10H-30AS and lens kit. .
one cleaning day from ground waters located In Section the qualifications of the personal
1031IN 21
4tchg Section 25 Township 7 South Range
One ((1)) Panasonic Omnlvlslon VHS 07 21
25. Range Florida described representative, venue,. or jurisdiction of
Portable VideoCassette Recorder, NOTICEOF East, Bradford County; Florida, for water East County the court.
Model No. PV8000. Serial, No. THE CIRCUIT COURT IN'AND FOR APPLICATION utility uses.Written as follows: Commence at the SW core ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4; thence Ea.ton
K4SA27045 :with Carrying Case and BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. objections or comments on nor SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
sold SE 1/4 of NE 1/4
line of
Panasonic Programmable Tuner/Timer, CIVIL ACTION, NO. 85-264-CA On 10/2/89' NEW RIVER BAPTIST this application may be filed with the South of Publication of this notice has begun on
Model PV-ABSO Serial No. K4SA27045. (1 ASSOCIATION, P.O. Box 358, Storks Governing Board of the Suwannee River 122.48 feet to the Point Beginning: October 31, 1989 through November 7,
the of NE
thence continue East SE 1/4
As property of the' above named i FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE,. a Florida Fla. 32091, made application for water Water Management District Rout. 3. on 1985.
thence North 206.72feet
defendant and that on Monday, the 18th banking corporation organlied under use permit 2-85-00271 for an average Bon 64. live Oak, Flo. 32060, until 1/4 208.72 thence West; 208.72 feet, thence Personal RepresentativeALLEN

day of November 1985, or two o'clockon the laws of the State of Florida. dally withdrawal of 0.0001 million 11/18/85. JONES JR.
feet the Point of
South to Beginn
sold day on the premises of the Bradford Plaintiffvs gallons per day from ground waters Itchg 10/31 1624 E. Market Rd.
County Jqll I will offer for sale and located'In Section 10. Township 06 'ing. Containing one ((1)) acre, more or Starke, Fla. 32091
less. Also easement 15 feet In width
sell to the highest bidder for cash In ,' JIMMIE W. CLARK et al.. South Rang 22 East Bradford County, .:.an and described Attorney for Personal RepresentativeDUDLEY
hand the above described property of Defendants. Florida, for water utility uses. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD'COUNTY '10r'lngr. egress as: P. HARDY, P.A. ,
the NW of the above ,
said defendant' to. satisfy"the,aforesaid NOTICE OF SALE Written objections or comments on i FLORIDA described Begin at tract; thence corner Wed 2.18 feet to By John H. Jones, Esquire I

Execution.'" "", ., Notice hereby given that pursuantto this application may be filed with the CIVIL DIVISION the Southeasterly line of State Road No. or Counsel ,'
DOLPH E, REDDISH' one order or a final Judgment of Governing Board of the Suwannee River CASE NO. 852COMMUNITY P.O. Drawer 1030 '
'" STATE BANK OF STARKE, !221, a 66 foot right of way; thence
SHERIFF foreclosure entered In the above- Water Management District, Route 3, sold Starke, Florida 32091)
38"47'30" W Southeasterlyline
will sell the Live Oak. Fla. 32060, until Plaintiff along Phone (((904)) 964-9701
BRADFORD COUNTY captioned action, I property Box 64. I of State Road No. 221,, 19-24 feet;
FLORIDA situated In Bradford County Florida, 11/18/85. VI thence East 14.23 feet thence North 15 10/31 2tchg 117Page
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must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Fri-
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r you think will win or "tie" if you think the game will end in a tie. The
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contest blank last week for the Bradford County 7, the correct score was 26 points.
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.BBS :Rolls, Over Bishop Kenny Deifensive Squad Dominates:

Tornado gridders dominated for 160 yards and one 25 yard defense kept bottled up on the Long's 'Interception set the Tornadoes ing up fast,gobbled up the loose foot fumbles.
Bishop Kenny 35.7 and the Bradford touchdown run on which he showed ground. When Kenny went to the air, upon the BK 23.He passed 14 ball. Set up on' the BK 14 yard line, The second half touchdown came
substitutes played the entire second fans his speed. Jones also had a 63 Tornado defenders intercepted in- yards to McLeod, to the BK Dine, QB Long threw to fullback Aaron after 53-yard pass, QB Long to
half in the 35-7 win on the road in yard run. This was done with tercepted five Crusader passes. The and Jenkins and the offensive line Matthews coming out of the wideout Jeffery McClellan. Andy
Jacksonville last Friday night, Oct. quarterbacks Johnny Clark and interceptions were by safety Frank got the TD in three plays. BUS was backfield. Matthews caught footballat Jones, at running back, simply got
Robert Starling and a new offensiveline Long, Rover back Billy Jackson, in- up 14-0 with 43 seconds remaining in thef 10 and made it into the end- around right end and simply outran
25.The Big Red fighting machine in the game. The subs got in side linebacker Ron Brown corner- the first period. zone by charging between two Crusader defenders from 25 yardsout.
scored four out of the first five timesit trouble with fumbled snaps. With back Aaron Matthews, and corner- Defensive end Billy Jackson In- would-be tacklers. BHS led 28-0)with .
touched the football for a 28-0 lead BHS backed up to its 16 in the fourth back Wendell Shanks. tercepted another QB Dennis Riggs 4:37: remaining in the second period.In Kenny's long touchdown came
going into the half. It gives Bradford period Coach David Hurse inserted Running back Clinton Jenkins pass and returned it :20 yards to the the second half the BHS when the football was fumbled at the
High a 7-0 season record and a 5-0) starting QB Frank Long for two went over from three yards out aftera Bishop Kenny 25. On first down QB substitute backs lost the football five Bishop Kenny 13 yard line. QB Den-
record in District 3-3A football. A plays, and Long connected with 64 yard drive on the first BHS Long connected with WO Todd times on fumbles, mainly mishandled nis Riggs threw into the flat to wide
fifth first half TD was nullified wideout Jeffery McClellan for a 53 possession. Jenkins ran hard, refus- McLeod for a 25 yard TD pass, com- snaps from the center to the receiver Mike Mendenhall, his
because of an illegal block penalty, yard pass play to get BHS out of the ing to be knocked off his feet by ing with 6:33 remaining in the half. quarterback, and kicker David favorite receiver. BHS defender
then QB Frank Long was sacked by hole. Then Long again left the game. anything other than a good, sound On the ensuing BK series QB Hamilton missed a 38 yard field goal David Hamilton tried for the in-
Bishop Kenny tackle Tom Debs for a The hard-charging BUS offensiveline tackle. QB Frank Long completed Riggs threw in the Hat behind the attempt which was plenty long but terception by going behind
of each wideout line of The wide to the left of the BK Mendenhall for missed.
14 yard loss. and the combination of passing passes 17 yards to scrimmage. receiver goal posts. the pass and
The second half saw Andy Jones and running made the Bradford at- Andy Jones and to wideout Todd missed the pass and Tornado defensive tackle Kenny Parry Mendenhall had clear sailing for the
take over the running back chores t".k verv efferti.re The Tornartn Mel.eorl to the RK_three. :vnrrl line linebacker Lonne Hamilton, charg recovered three of the Bradford 13 yard touchdown.

BHS Coach Nurse Praises Substitutes in Big Win Over CrusadersTornado

gridders pretty much Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton gave Cribbs and Parker good experience practice. Cornerback Wendell and cornerbacks Greg Wiggins, and linemen.
dominated Bishop Kenny, Head points out. Biship Kenny did try at DT. All the front seven Shanks was named best defensive David Hamilton, and Aaron Mat- There were holes for the backs to
Coach David Hurse admits,but addsit some running plays, mainly the had good game, including Lonnie back of the week for his good posi- thews. run through Coach Sexton pointedout.
gave the substitutes, who played draw play, but only got 45 yards Hamilton at sam linebacker, and tion play. In the secondary are safeties "They did a real good j job"7 says BHS gained 190 yards in 41
most of the second half, some good rushing: Billy Harrell at defensive tackle, Frank Long and Cory Strong, Coach Sexton of the offensive rushes. .
"When you intercept the quarter- Sexton said. -
experience. _____ _
Morale of the team was more Im- back five times you're doing Bradford High 14 14 0 7 -35 --.
portant that scoring another something right," points out Coach Bishop Kenny 0 7 0 7 7 -9"
touchdown, says Coach Hurse of the Sexton. BHS B. KennyFirst
35-7 BHS win. Once the Tornadoes go Downs 11 7 COX APPLIANCES ;: (
The Defense.
up 35 points Hurse has no interest in Rushing Yards .,.190 1445Petting .
running up the score unless it is Billy Jackson, the drop end got Yards 111 47
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team wrong in previous years. week honor from Tornado coaches. Punts 1-40 4-17 : '
"We played well," says Coach Responsibility of defending against Fumbles-lo.t S-3 1.1 (
Hurse, pointing out his Tornadoes passes fell on the drop end and Penalties-yards Scoring Summary 2-10 3-IS ; 353 N.,Temple (Next to Tackle Box) t ;

executed excellently,threw the foot- Jackson intercepted one pass and BHS-Jenkins,3-yard run. EPi Hamilton kick. .
ball well, and blocked well.It returned it 20 yards to the BK 25,set- BHS- Jenkins, one-foot run. EPi Hamilton Open 9-6 964-7462
was an important win because it ting up a touchdown. Though kick. BHS- McLeod, 25 yard pass from OB I WE HAVE MOVED I \1''t
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on the season and 5-0 and on top of assists, he played his position correctly BHS- Matthews 14 yard pass from OB Long. / 1_
District 3-AAA. Coach Sexton points out. EPi Hamilton, kick. '
BHS got a lot of practice defending Inside linebackers Gary Wise and BK-. Mendenhall 13 yard.pass from OB Riggs.EP Whit Ool Electric Down Payment .
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come out early today (Thursday, Fitness Center News... pionship, McGregor will System. FRANCHISED SERVICE settings
Oct. 31) for an afternoon Halloween Two new classes will be offerd by demonstrate her skills as well as plus display back lighting
party at the Starke Recreation the Bradford Hospital Center for discuss her dedication to religion.The STARTING NOV.15 -

Center. Health and Fitness this fall. the presentation is free and opento No Down Payment No Finance Charge No Monthy Payment until 90 Days
Boys and girls in kindergarten to Donna Verkerk, R.N., will be In- community.
the eighth grade are invited to at- structing a six week yoga class at '"
tend with games and refreshmentson the First Presbyterian Church from

Time the schedule.is from 3:15: p.m.until 5 p.m. 4 7.to Covered 5 p.m. beginning in the class Thursday will be,Nov.flex 52nd ANNIVERSARY \\ 3 DAYS ONLYThurs.Frl.Sat.

So dress-up and come have some ibility and posture exercises,relaxa- ',. .
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Cost for the class is $18 for the six --
Aerobics, Exercise... week session. For more information
A new six week session of aerobic contact the center at 964-4210. a
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dance and exercise classes start at For people who want a more
the Old Armory across from the high vigorous work-out, slimnastics, Get your home ready for

school in Starke Nov. 4. stretch and flex and low impact winter with throughout our
Meeting time is 5:30-6 p.m. for aerobics will be offered during the I. '.

aerobics and 6-7 p.m. for the exer- next six week series of classes ;1.., ", ., ,.. store values.I
cise classes with classes being held beginning Nov. 4. PEANUTS SHOP & SAVE
through Friday. Cost varies Low aerobics is
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Total fee for the six week session is: jogging and more arm move- Dn ropledComMroA,298' __ ____
three times a week $5 for aerobicsand ment. According to the center the n -
$10 for the exercise class, four new techniques are aimed at preven- M\XEO
times per week $7.50 aerobics and ting injuries while providing a good NUTS ---
$12.50 for exercise while five times a aerobic workout.For PEAN 66 Come Celebrate With Us! BAGSASHEliel
week is $10 for aerobics and $15 for more information contact the oryr- 9 .

exercise. center at 964-4210. $ To celebrate our 52nd anniversary we .. ,.y KITCHEN-TRASH LAWN &LEAF

Kid's Bowling... Karate in Keystone... I,. .o I C, a: are having a sale to help you prepare BAGS --

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to the bowling alley Friday Christian Athletes will host Cpp4r.er22. 11
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These Union County High School students presented class second to the Future Business Leaders of
a skit at Tiger Grow I depicting the Tiger \!dory America third to the freshman class and fourth to the These Keystone Indian fans tat e the crowd at the Indian First place in the skit competition went to the eighth
against \lilliston a prediction that came true Friday sophomore class. Pow Wow a preview of was going to happen grade class presentation,second to the senior class and
night with the 31-6 Tiger \ictur>', The seniors received the spirit stick at Tiger Growl. to the Hamilton County Trojans Friday night when the third to the junior class.
First place in skit ('ompt'tltlollellt to the junior Indians". .won a 52-0 victory.
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The Marching Indians from Keystone Heights performed at halftime at "BunchTangerines .'
their homecoming game Friday night,to accompany the crowning of the ,
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homecoming queen and king, Karen Clark and Sean Griffis
Other candidates for king and queen Include: Melissa Payne Valerie I 10 ibs. 69 e: I
Remley.Tim Strickland and Terry Harvey. '
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Junior class princess and escort wee! Becky Latreu dd Stuffing
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Lawson, :Pleads. Not Guilty, Charged VOP r' ysyg' I

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written plea of not guilty to ,nine (Inrncl reduction hearing. the bond was excessive. Wells questioned charges of lewd assault resulting to
charges of' sexual battery and lewd Judge It A Green, Jr. denied the I if Lawson was a threat to from an incident last September in-
nets, has been arrested for violation request lor bond reduction on the society but still asked for the reduction volving im Il-ycar-old boy. Lawson l
of probation, according to the Bradford nine charges of sexual battery I won alter the ruling. Judge was indicted by a grand jury April 2 Lake Area Residents
County Shot I's Oil k('. Lawsonis against Lawson und placed thc Green told Writs there was no that on thrcti occasions Lawson
being held under no bund in the on the December J trial I docket Bond reason to argue the matter' after he fondled child "in a lewd, lascivious
til ruled the bond would or indecent manner.. but without & Communities.
county jail.A was set at $180HK for the charges! remain Business .. .
his arrest Oct. 22. $1KHM()( ) committing the crime of sexual butery. -
written plea ol not guilty was Defense attorney asking for the The VOP charges were filed by the ."
entered by Assistant Public reduction, said !since he fell Lawson j probation department late Monday II' found guilty of (he violation of Keystone Golf & Country Club
)),'I''nll'II'11IIis Wells in court Mon- would not leave the area and the alt01'noon Lawson was sentenced to prob.itmil Lawson could serve 12 to
day morning Lawson chose not to he charge held not all the charges had u I lii-year-prohalion period starling :io months prison time.

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News Briefs- ..
Ends Friday, Nov. 1

was released\ \('" a $544 surelybond stopped pushing shopping carl ('!! Edwin Holder, 28; was arrested Pay One Year Pay
Private Parking Lots was posted. front Itawson's. He was released Oct. 29! for worthless check,
Are Not The Place alter it $210 surety bond was posted. according to Investgalor David in Advance SemiAnnuallyDiscount
Jeffrey\ llolun.m 21, WitS arrestedOct. Alachua issued
Aderholl. County
To Loiter. Says Judge 22 on a eapi.m! charging escape' Patrick Bryan Marlin, :31, was arrested three warrants charging worthless 25 % 12Y20/0
Judge warns trespassing in lloliman was arrested at I ho time ol Oct. 25 on a capias charging checks! written to K-Mart. Holder
privately owned parking lots will not his release from Baker Correctional: violation ol j probation, according to was released alter a surety bond Discount
only get you arrested but you will Institution, according to DeputyKugene I'.diolm.m Paul Khoden. He was totalling' $1,:<(>!> was Doslerl .
receive harsh judgement when you : 1.1'('. He was charged with released to Pinell.is County. Golf Privilege
are brought before the court.In !. escape July 2.i: IH85.
Bradford County MisdemeanorCourt Jessie Bobby Brooks, 44, was arrested -
in a non-jury trial Oct. 28 Timothy 11. Hyt-rs was arrested Oct. 24 on a domestic order, Call Pro Shop 473.4540
before Judge George Pierce, six individuals Oct. 2(5 for Ix-lit theft according to according to !d. Dcmpsey. He was
charged with trespasswere was released to Seminole County. The crocodile bird feeds itself -
Patrolman Johnlllldgl'S. flyers Jim Darby Pres. 473-3847
found guilty and placed on pro by picking parasitesform ,
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bation for six months with adjudication the teeth
withheld. They are to violate no the crocodile. ----:-:: ----- ---
laws and each pay $50 court costs. Held
The six young men had been arrested PRICE
at the Starkc Bowling Lanesin Over 1/2
the parking lot where they had Florida Cracker
been repeatedly told not to loiter, aC- by
cording to the defendants own SA L E
testimony. Starke police arrestedthe PopularDemand Alan Liz
had told them to
six after they
disperse and they did not. Wendy Tony HomesBring
Judge Pierce gave the six in court
and the public at large,a stern warn- tf to
ing that public parking. areas are, not 181 Back &
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'ho pl.iw to 'In; ig o and\ < :s !-airplanes
will be made if you are found to be in _
volation of the owner's request. an economical way.

Allen ArrestedFor PERMS *
ViolationOf Model Home Open

ProbationJames Men & Women Body or Curlies

Carl Allen, 26, of Starke Reg. '40.00 . . . Nuw $20.00 November 2nd & 3rd
was arrested Oct. 29 for violation of

probation Aderholt, according to InvestigatorDavid HAIRCUTS Saturday 10 til 5 Sunday 1 til 5

bation Allen for was aggravated serving a assault five year with pro-a Women Reg. 14.00 . . Now 7.00 Homes Built to Any Stage of Construction '

deadly,weapon that he received in 7.00
14.00 Now
October of 1984. His arrest Oct. 19 for Men Reg. oN -
trespass after warning at 301 Li- FROSTING N LImmokalee N
quors resulted in his arrest for vola- p
tion of probation. He was released :; Road :c'S
after a $500 surety bond was posted. Men & Women Reg. 40.00 . Now $20.00 M

Ten Citizens Cited ALL HAIRCOLOR h Follow Signs Bridge

On Traffic ChargesThe Men & Women Reg. '18.00 Now $9.00Open '+ Keystone'

rested following by local. authorities individuals for were traffic ar- Mon.-Sat. Offer Expires Nov. 30 ,SHELTER ,BUILDERS 4733582Mill

violations.t .., ...._" Call Now or Sto.p by 964-4645-Starke "f" '

Wallace Edward Dilas of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 19 for driv-
ing while license suspended
From bathroomto
(DWLS), according to Investigator your
David Aderholt. Dilas was releasedon bedroom
a surety bond. your your

kitchen to your living room
ot A
Duane A. VanVaerenbergh
Valrico was arrested Oct. 20 for enhance the looks of your
DWLS, according to Trooper
William Abrams. He was released home with

after a $210 surety bond was posted. Ceiling Fans from...

William R. Crawford of Lawteywas FANS 'N STOVES
arrested Oct. 20 for driving
under the influence (DUI) and no
valid driver's license, according to Ceiling Fans GaloreChoose
Lt. William Tillotson. Crawlord's
blood alcohol content was .16 per-
from one of the
released after $535
cent, he was a
surety bond was posted. Model Of The Week! Largest slections in
Lois W. Daniel, 28, of Bradford CASSIE AUTRY North FloridaSAVE
County was arrested Oct. 18 for DUI, Big 20%
according to Patrolman K. R. Hinds,
Jr. Bond was set at $500, she was
released on her own recognizance. on your Sale

heating bill by
Ronnie Risby, 27, of Hampton was Ends
arrested Oct. 22 on two capias charg- circulating the
ing DWLS, according to Lt. John Sat.,
Dempsey. He was released after heat throughout
cash bonds totalling $211.50 were Nov-
house. '
posted. your
Ask how 2nd Stop letting
Charles Michael Moore of Starke
was arrested Oct. 29 for DUI, accor- at your money
ding to Patrolman Reno. Moore's float out your
blood alcohol content was .12 per FANS 'N STOVES
cent. He was released after a $325 chimney. Heat
surety bond was posted.
your house
Ronnie Risby, 27, was arrestedOct.
25 for no tag and DWLS, accor- .. efficiently and
ding to Trooper B. A. Williams. \
Risby was released after a $235 sure- : \ inexpensively with
ty bond was posted. fI c a wood burning stove

Jerry Jarman Hall, 44, of Starke b-1o 'r'g11t.I I r-,1). from FANS 'N STOVES
was arrested Oct. 24 for DUI, accor-
ding to Patrolman W. C. Reno. He ., \
was released after a $325 surety ;
bond was posted. "

Ernest G. Tetstone was arrestedfor
wilful-wanton reckless driving, J H. t..
according to Deputy Eugene Lee. He t 4.Cassle 4.
was released after a $544 cash bond .i
.vas posted.

Edward Lynn Watkins of Bradford S., Your choice of
County was arrested Oct.25 for DUI, '
according to Patrolman K. Hinds, Fireplace Inserts or
Jr. Bond was set at $500, he was
Free Stoves
Standing .
released on his own recognizance.

from FANS 'N STOVES Sit nt4

Recent ArrestsIn
Bradford CountyThe is ready for cool weather In her long sleeve 100%

Acyriic sweater with! shoulder pads and ribbed waistline by "Hollyn

following by local authorities individuals in were Brad-arrested Polly", her necklace! Is in a swirl design that matches the colors

ford County. In the flowered Jeans by "la Cetch" of 100% cotton. She Is wear- FINANCING AVAILABLE

Ing classic pumps' compliment the outfit. Sweater 12.99; ?
Ernest Johns 41, was arrestedOct. Necklace 10.00; Jeans 32.99 'film_lfitzQ
17 for failure to appear for child
support, according to InvestigatorJohn Lay A-Way for Christmas
Tilley. Bond was set at$104.40. [l. PAYING HIGH PRICES!

Johns was !released on' his own Yes We also carry' many fireplace accessoriesand
recognizance. VISA, MC OPEN 10 am 7 pm 452 N. Temple Ave.Uyaway .
Mon. EeL Acroii from Scbool'IIonoll4.l772
High kerosene heaters.Pygr'L
Charles! Clark Randall, 31, of .
Hilliard was arrested Oct.,22 on a
Nassau warrant charging battery
According to Lt, John Dempsey. H I

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Police made four arrests Frequently in Court A TOTAL SERVICE.AGENCY -.-
after approximately 29 grams of The Oct. 30 arrests include two Individuals Medicare/Medicaid Approved Provider RestaurantMandarin
marijuana was found during a who certainly are not Home Visits Available ft Szechuan Cuisine
search<<: in the -
early morning hours at
newcomers to the court system.
B35: East Brownlee St. in Starke. Aldridge appeared in court Monday Mod" .'Mod"'d' 1- 1 Private Duty 964-7681
Starke Police, executing a search to charges of resisting Visiting Nurses Home Care
answer Motel
warrant Oct. 30, found a felony arrest without violence. Aldridge pied Home Health Aide Staffing I 1900 N. Temple Ave., US-301 N (To-Rena '

amount of marijuana, several han- no contest and a presentence In- Therapists (Physical Rehabilitation
dguns, scales for weighing mari- vestigation was ordered. Occupational, Speech) __,
juana and drug paraphernalia, ac- Services To: Bradford & Union Counties \ WY IIULOVlEtd:
cording to Patrolman John Hodges, Risby was arrested for a traffic Office: II OSS. Walnut Street Phono 964 8772 Slorko Florida 32091 I
Jr.Charged violation earlier this week in addi- Evenings Weekends Phone: ((904)) 373-7539
with possession of a con- tion to an arrest for traffic charges hCIIl/enl)) Employment Opportunity'
trolled substance, more than 20 appearing on a warrant.
grams of marl.jauan, were Loyal 1 Ed-
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Ronnie Risby, 27, all of Starke'and; '
Albert Parish, 66, of Keystone Sale EndsOctober Lf ;:< W Items Available At

Heights.Taking part In the search were 30 )Wf fl", TG&Y Family Contort

Patrolmen K. R Hinds, Jr., Kathy l Listed Below only
Best, M. H. Paris, W. C. Reno, Paul // %
Rhoden. Investigator Ricky Bennett ,
and ;
Captain Scotty Rhoden. ,/ p
Griffin, Risby,Parish were released M7f{
on their own recognizance with a
$1,000 bond. Aldridge is being detained -
for Palm Beach County. His bond Family Centers
was set at $5,000 (cash or surety).
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19-year-old Williston man was n Your Choice
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Keystone Heights girl and in- drawstring. Sizes S-XL.-. ,t' drawers have a soft nylon
vited her to his house on Wednesdayto warm '. .", tricot shell with DuPont
watch television and listen to polyester Insulation. Darcon* Hollofll
music. Palmer said the girl came to polyester filling and
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girl was allowed to leave after the -
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Williston Police found the girl Oct.
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the brusises on her face.
Gibson was booked into the Levy ,
County Jail under a $25,000 bond. M
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Jefferson Johns, 41, with a tjl
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Starke, according to Patorlman web knit wrists. One size

Paul Rhoden. I : '.
Johns who"'had alledgedly abducted -. Keep Warrp'' oye all .
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rested as was walking on t
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with the child, said Rhoden. '
Johns was charged on two war- 53 assorted sizes, regular .. 2 Q QVest'
rants in Bradford County for driving :. or long.!7 wy ,/ Reg. 3.66
while license suspended and wore k Reg. 39.9?
thless check but was released on his High visibility blaze orange
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own recognizance and turned over to : / 0" '"
Duval County to answer their I
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only intake time to see Three Two chest pockets with
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Thursday regular times., November 14, at the Water-repellant Thermal Socksexterior _

Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc., exterior keeps you dry Tightly wovenpolyestercotton ., _
will not be able to see clients in these I during the hunt. for easy, 4 99 ;
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December. Clients who need to see .
an attorney during this time should patch Hunting Socks are 22" long__
call 372-0519! to schedule an appoint pockets roomy with snap Zipper adjustments on 85% Orion/15 nylon. Fits
ment to come into the Gainesville office legs for a better fit sizes 1013.
according to Dennis Flath.

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Drug Traffic Flow Being: Curtailed by FHP

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released figures in June regarding a with possession of cocaine, there own car and fled north at FHP Corporal Howes' home. FHP evidence. became suspicious of occupants in a
program aimed at interdicting the possession. of cocaine with intent to speeds of excess of 100 mph. The and St. Lucie SO were notified and June 18 at 10:35: a.m. north of the 1977 Cadillac at a service plaza.
steady now of illegal drugs being buy-sell, carrying a concealed passenger then started throwing Corporal Howe arrested both sub- Stuart Toll Plaza on the Turnpike, When the vehicle left the plaza it was
transported on Florida highways. weapon, operation of a motor vehi- what appeared to be marijuana and jects by his home at approximately 7 Trooper Larry Thomas acting on a clocked at 68 mph by Trooper
During 1984, FHP troopers seized cle while in the commission of a cocaine out of the window of the a.m. tip from a Trailways bus driver, Franklin. When stopped, drug
more than (50 million in such illegal felony. vehicle. The suspect's vehicle blew 133 grams of cocaine was stopped a Trailways Bus. paraphernalia was obsrved in the
drugs. June 21 at 9.30; p.m. a Trooper B. the engine at approximately the 95 recovered off the side of the road. Using a drug dog from Martin vehicle along with 58 grams of co-
Colonel R. Burkett, PatrolDi' A. Foote observed a suspect vehiclein mile post of the turnpike and slid off The driver, James B. Jenkins, was County, suitcases belonging to caine in the driver's purse. Cocainewas
ictor, state "These figures, as the Lakeworth Service area ac- into a ditch. Both subjects fled on charged with unlawful speed, Thomas Mathews and Lorenzo also found on each of the three
1"' able as they are, represent onlyIe ting very suspiciously. A backupunit foot into the wooded area east of the reckless driving, {leeing-attempting Jones, were found to contain 100 Ibs. passengers.All subjects were charged -
tip of the iceberg in the overall was requested and the trooper turnpike. A manhunt was started to elude, possession of cocaine, and of marijuana. The subjects were arrested with possession of a controlled
transportation of illegal drugs followed the northbound vehicle and St.Lucie County Sheriff's Office destruction of evidence. The for trafficking in marijuana.The substance (cocaine) and the driver
!'.rough our state. The seizures of when it left the service area. When was called for a tracking dog. passenger, Otis Peoples, was charged street value of the marijuanawas was additionally charged with car-
drugs and other related contraband the backup unit was in place the The search was halted at 4 a.m. with possession of cocaine, traf $50,000. rying a concealed firearm.
being transported on the highways is vehicle was stopped for speeding. due to exhaustion of the dog.
being encouraged within the Both occupants exited the vehicle At 6 a.m.June 22 Trooper E. Chap-
Patrol." and started toward the patrol car, man spotted two black males on the
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B- section Rodeo Rider HomecomingThursday

October 31.198.1
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Professional bullrider from Keystone Heights prepares for a spot in the State Finals

By !Mark Friedlin tant workouts and
BCT as many practice sessions as you
Staff Writer can get in," Rule says. "I was lucky to learn from a
Bullriding.The good teacher, a former champion who really took the
word instantly conjures up visions of broiling time to teach me the techniques involved. You can't
clouds of dust in a small stockade arena as man pits
jump up on a one-ton animal and free-lance it.
himself against beast in a battle against the clock. That could be really dangerous. You have to start with
Professional bullriding is sport that is thrilling, smaller steers and work up."
your way
dangerous and exciting to watch and is growing rapidly Rule learned his sport from a good teacher indeed.
in popularity in the south including North Florida, 60-year-old Charlie Johnson is a ranch-owner In
where some of the top riders on the circuit make their Palatka who won the state championship in 1968 and
homes and pursue their livlyhoods atop animals that has devoted the rest of his career to teaching young
can weigh up to a ton-and-a-half, are bred for their riders the skills of the trade."I .
"meanness" and seem to like nothing better than to was learning blacksmithing from Mr. Johnson at
dismount a rider in directions ranging from high in the the time," Rule reflected. "It was a hobby of mine
air to down low in the dirt, frequently with a little pain
then. He has his own stockade set up on his ranch and a
thrown in for good measure.It chutefan( 8' by 3' enclosed wooden corridoor in which
might be cliche these days to say it takes a the steer and the rider await their turn to ride) wherewe
"special breed of men" to master this sport but that is could practice by starting out with the smaller
indeed the case. Any novivce at the sport must be will- steers. He would find steers anywhere from
weighing .
k ing to go through a considerable "fear period" when 800 to 1,200 Ib.s for us to practice on.
they are learning the wiles and ways of their tremen- The rider must straddle the usually irate animal

dous steeds. barebacked with only a thin, nine-plat braided rope at-
Professional bullriding in Florida is governed by taijfhed to a longer ropegirt( ) running around the
three associations which begins their season each underside of the steer which may be held with one hand
r January and sponsors a series of matches in various only, and his legs and spurs holding firm in the
locations around the state. animal's two inch-thick hide. The free arm must not
J' I. i "" Keystone Heights resident John Rule is a highly touch anything but air during the duration of the ride.It .
rated member of the Florida Rodeo Association who
the makes for a precarious
... r perch.
i Mnsur has been active on the pro circuit for the past two "The rope is covered with resin but a mean, veteran
years, taking weekend trips all over the southeast witha steer can still do a number on you if you not sitting Just
s truckload of like-minded friends in the
""' right, balancing yourself correctly and many other factors -
anything-can-happen atmosphere of the professionalevents not always in your control," Rule said. "The
where the luck of the draw be ropeis
can allimportant."You
dangerous you don't ever want to lose your
it-: can never tell which steer you will draw at grip."
r ", each match and the difference can mean a lot in the To that the
prevent occurance they so
wrap rope
final point standings," said Rule, who looks like rugged tightly around their wrists and hands that when com-
{ cowpoke right off the plains. lie loves the sport and you bined with the sticky resin, it must be peeled off after
IrL can tell from the enthusiasm which comes through in most successful rides are over. And the unsuccessfulones
his voice when he's his "The fun-
discussing profession.
? Well,what goes up must come down as they say.
ny part about it is that you really want the biggest, "That's how I injured my shoulder in Gainesville,"
most excitable and meanest bull you can get. You don't he said. "I flew over the top of the steer and couldn'tget
D want one with no fight in him because your're trying my hand free as I went down."
for the highest score you can get. You can only get a The injury didn't slow him down too much. He has
: high score by riding the biggest and baddest of the been staying in condition and preparing for a combackin
bunch. Of course, the better the bulls are scoring" wise, the state finals, for which he qualified with an
the more dangerous they can be to the rider. oustanding season up to the injury.
Rule should know. "Oh it's just like any other physical sport. You've got
y The rider from Keystone Heights is still recoveringfrom to take your bumps and bruises when they come. It's
ufpLIft a separated shoulder and ligament damage he part of the business," Rule said. "I hated being out of .
: ."1.. +-'goffered Hast : as the result" of a fall at a rodeo in Gainesville" action for a while but that will just make it a little more
Summer. exciting when I ride again. It's in my blood."
Rule is currently preparing for the State Finals of the Roders are judged on their appearence during the
'P4t' Florida Rodeo Association, which are going to be heldat ride, the spirit and fight of the bull itself. The two
a site still to be determined.The .
then combined for numerical final
scores are a score
*t4t association moves from city to city on its con-
\ which puts a rider in or out of the top finishers in any
stantly changing tour with different sponsors at each rodeo.

stop which include many charities. The Shriners have Some of those bulls are smarter than you might
# sponsored a series of rodeos in Gainesville and Ocala in think," Rule added. "They can be wiley and if they area

r recent years. veteran of a couple of rides they know just what to do
( Pr The sport is demanding in both physical prowess and to put you on the ground in a hurry."
in the time and effort spent to keep up with the tour, Rule would like to encourage young riders in the area
S especially when only the top five riders finish their who might be interested in learning more about the
y't rides "in the money". sport.
f w .y Those like Rule who have ridden their way near the Florida Rodeo Association President Bill Langfordwill
: top in the rankings earn more than enough to pay for be sponsoring a school December 13, 14 and 15th in
expenses with a hefty profit margin left over. To ride Bunnell, Fl.Anyone .
y'K on that level requires dedication, long hours and interested can call Rule for more informa-
physical conditioning. tion at 473-3903.
"You have to stav in shape for this sport with cons-

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Professional rodeo rider John Rule, a resident of this huge bull weighing just under one ton in

Keystone Heights, is on his way to a high-point ride on Gainesville. i 1 c's M''Ir

Female karate expert visits KeystoneThe I 1 ,


Keystone Heights Fellowshipof She will compete in April in the nationally them all the time," she said.
Christian Athletes will feature a rated "Battle of Atlanta, She has studied body language and \
program for the entire family when an elimination contest that she says says she can often spot deviant
Sherry McCregor visits the area as a will be tough. She is training for the behavior in time to prevent bad
guest of the FCA. 1988 Olympics when Karate com- situations from happening.The .
Sherry will appear Nov. 4 at 7:30: petition is expected to be held for the f
p.m. at the Keystone Heights first time. The Olympic Trials Tour- lecturing tour, she said, is a ;
Elementary Cafeteria. There is no nament im Miami this summrer will way she can use "these 13 years of : :
charge. determine if she will make it to the experience! to help people.' Rattling, -

Sherry McGregor, 20, is pretty, national finals. off statistics that someone is \
feminine, friendly, and a bodyguardwith assualted in the U.S. every 18 ,
a karate black belt. Miss McGregor studied religionand seconds and a woman raped every
A 13-year veteran of karate, Miss psychology at Baptist Collegefor six minures, she says she is convinced
McGregor, a former student at the nearly two years. She also head- that self-defense is a necessity,
Baptist College at Charleston, ed the school's security progam a not a luxury. 1
spends her days touring the nation the time.She left the school after she "A lot of women walk around in
lecturing on self-defense at college met her manager, Jayne Lybrand, a fear. The only way to stop crimes is
campudes and working to completea body language and communication to educate potential victims."
book entitled "Give Life Your Best specialist, who spoke at the college.

Kick" scheduled to be put layer this Her book will include
i! year.The. her techniques of self-defense as
Cocoa Beach Fla. a native has Bodyguard"I well as interviews with women who
worked as a bodyguadfor a long list have been raped. In addition, she
of Christian entertainers, including a 'nt
will put out a self-defense video in ; 4
Grammy winner Amy Grant, Pat was really impressed with April "for housewives to have at I t.
Boone, Joe English-formerly With her," Miss McGregor said. "I'm not home to practice." Also, j
Paul McCartney and Wings and impressd easily. The Lord put us while in Dallas Miss McGregor
Myron LeFevre. She has also protected together. That's the only way to ex- trained the Dallas police force in .
secular entertainers, among plain it." karaterelated self-defense. .
them Diana Ross. She sometimes
works in a group to guard acts on movedto
stage or sometimes alone. Miss McGregor has since When asked how she became so
Miss McGregor became interestedin Dallas, Texas, where Ms. successful at such a young age and
karsate when she was 8 years old. Lybrands has her headquarters. how she: handles the attentionChris-
Although she has a childish facina- tian cable network's 700 Club and k
tion with Bruce Lee movies. She 'Miss McGregor started bodyguar- People magazine have recently in- 1.i
credits her mother with enrollingher ding at the Jesus Rallies in Orlando. terviewed hershe said, "God has
in a karate course after some She said that, although it's unusualto opened the doors."
"women close to me "were abused. see a woman bodyguard, "most .
"My instructor told mom I had performers I've worked with have "1 see other people in karate that ,r .
natural abilty," she said. respect that I've made it a man's train just as hard as I do. They'renot
She earned her black belt four world. getting this (success). I'm not r,
Part of the test included the superstar. He is. He opened the
years ago.
30 minutes of continuous fightingthat Miss McGregor started bodyguar- doors and" I'm sitting back letting
resulted in a concussion. "For ding at Jesus Rallies in Orlando. She him do it.
two weeks I couldn't do anything," said that, although it's unusual to
she said. "It was worth it though. see a woman bodyguard, most enter- Miss McGregor begins each day
Since then, she has won her decision tainers She has worked with have with prayer and she said she never
at the U.S. Open, won the point respect that I've made it in a man's takes a day for granted. "So many
championship in her division of the world. A woman (entertainer) would young people waste life. Life is Return Engaement...
Christian Karate Association, of usually rather have a woman God's gift to "us. The way we live is Rule was on his way to a good ride on this bull when him out of action for three month
which she is a charter mennber. bodyguard because you're with our business. he was thrown, separating his shoulder and putting

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by Diann Douglas Debbie Myers, County Health vice regarding topics related to the University of Florida BIKE SHOP
Kxtcnsion: Home Kconontist Nurse, was the co-teacher in this ef- family life. In turn, they share this Gainesville. \

fort. It was quite a learning experience knowledge with neighbors and Membership is open to men and WE CUSTOM
Food and Nutrition for all involved. friends. women who are interested in leadership LVAN
Alternative Our next class should be aroundthe Clubs usually meet monthly but development programs and ORDER
Seasoning: first of the new year. If you knowof may meet more often if they choose. subject matter areas sponsored by
Mention the word seasoning and a couple expecting a baby in the The place, time and day of the the Florida Cooperative Extensionwith SHOES '
most people think of salt. A common spring, tell them about the series. meeting is decided by the club an emphasis on Extension ..fitLav.A.Wav = =
sight on the American table, its use members. Home Economics.To .
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may be in your cupboard? Their The Extension Homemaker sored by the County Cooperative Extension meeting in your area. STAKKE: Christmas ; .II.
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colors have reflective SEEDLESS RAISINS Ihrthy 4 THRIFTY MAID sour d.a.l PINTO BEANS
wear light or .
tape or decals on darker clothing. CCUQUICK ss 1" SOUP GREAT NORTHERN BEANS J
*They can easily see out of the GRITS W&-- LB BOX THRIFTV, MAID 15., THRIFTY MAO:
maskto the front and to the side. liini1* I uacrtl.viilh. td.O*
You remind them to wear the ; ( uf ;-| ev| (ig&f&M

mask on top of the head when walk- C 2 $' 100 nsnuii 100
ing. i
EACH *I fe al_ii FOR FOR
They carry light-colored bagsor
( use reflective tape or decals on
Wigs and facial hair is securely
attached and does not obstruct their '
vision. .. WAG'MSiWlli. ., <;(bltt't K/BOK. ; tf( *ifel&. .
;,iAr EiNi rutt c.OKi fAFFiiNrtffltfjit.
[BEECHNUT ;,? *:;; ti ocpHic t R0)t -fcct&t&mtt..
What is Quality? -JpiNKifPiG *' JPINHVPI*;; ,
Most of you realize that quality HBil iE-QOP a omiCQLA HRlBHHAtF

clothing is important for a professional (' "MMS '*I.- .--, .. .- ..: ;:..-- : ;.
image but do you know what !WRCttOIMftT&dfet&te (
identifies a quality garment? Most

people would agree on the following: A
Quality fabric that isn't shiny or
stiff and will wear well. o e

A good fit to the person's Ixxly so
the garment hangs properly as to 0

grain. ?
Finishing on inside:as neat as on -

outside* Simple and good details buttons in buttons, irull cfelflU (SS r-m;

svumlincsund pockets.
A few good quality acccsMirics
to compliment your | irm<'nt.

Fashions by Floridians >.% I'I cS

Start sewing now in order to get 4i>fn tiM>( "//I *& J ((S64'lr4SPeCT D>RVi
your outfit made/ for "I"ill>hiOlL" l hy ,ie W ":<

Floridians"/ This is an annual stale fWBVS*, B.f *.. '.-.. t l ggl. ; LE6
competition| that is held Jit the ..

Florida! State Fair in TamKi.It's REGULAR .fKt''iHwtiw: *. ..... r lsypERBR lNIDWA1liSRI.NEr QUARTERS
/ a great opportunity to show off
your talent. l Last year, we had two WPTArOIS IBREyERS;
adults and four youth parlieifKile in 0
the sliow. JljCE CREAM
Our local eoiinly show will lie held S ,
i\.t ,Jamuiry I'.OKI.! Winners will eonixle I ar
| liiTamKi| 011 February l!">, I1MU!
For more details call the extension
office at !'MA K&M, ext. :2111.
Human Development
Prenatal Preparation --
mauiAK or LIGHT
five week course in eliililliirllipreKiraliiMi : COPVNMMT RESERVED-1MB i STROH'S BEER ,.rJ24
has just fniislMd in : $4 t OUH.lt .
llradfonl C::011111 y. Tin1 series was a -.4.--s-i GALLO WINE:: .'w "34JSPARERIBS
Urea success we covered >i will a S
variety of topics lo |IwIgnlrt| C'XIM'C'Iliul

(parents for (heir new role. >..,,' I

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The l"'u".l living ..Ntel...
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Last weekend Oct. 25 thru Oct.27, dancing by the end of the evening.A .
the scouts of Bradford-Union (BU. big thank you to Laurie Mullins,
travelled to the Girl Scout Camp events chairman, and all the
Kateri at Orange Springs for their volunteers who put the weekend for-
annual neighborhood campout. mat into effect.
-' < The high total of scouts 175, par- Thanks to Judy Dukes, Andrea
ticipated in Saturday's activities. A Abrams, Seniors Troop 669, Diane
wide game of songs, games, crafts and Phillip McMillian,Kathy Hobbs,
and knots were enjoyed by the Willie Mae Randolph, Carolyn
scouts during the morning hours Eaves, the Duncans and all leaders
r- ,..I. .r wrk._. Breakfast and lunch was served in and troops who did the 'extras'
M y w' + M- .,l 4 A the dining hall with everyone having which made the weekend a success.
JM Y c arwr1
w.pe +rta M! k* u.I 1''f' s I the afternoon free to enjoy sister The 'Dads' were great, they prov-
troop activities, canoe and prepare ed again to be excellent kitchen help.
!J supper. Thanks to Mike Tierney, Wade
: Friday night everyone square Howell, Buddy Collins, Norman
danced in the dining hall with caller Traylor, Michael Hinman, and Lyn
Jim Duncan where everyone workedup Broome. Mikie Tierney and Billy

,.' ._....- .-....Do.... time a plus good everyone sweat and improved had a great their Stephens thanks. were great help also,
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Campers Gather For Flag... .

Saturday started with a nag ceremony following breakfast. All Sale Ends:November 23,1985 b
campers gathered outside the dining hall beside Foster Pond. Brownie
Troops 690! and 683 were responsible for the ceremony. Two horseshoes
were formed so everyone could hear the commands given at one of the Sentry SPECTACULARSENTRY
few quiet times observed at camp.

Seniors Prepare Crafts... NOVEMBER SALE!
Senior Troop 669 have been working for several weeks! on candles for
the younger scouts to paper mache while at Kateri doing crafts on the

wide game.Left to right. is Missy Price, Marian Sutton, Nicole Johnson, Dana Hardware OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 1 7:30 I TIL 5:30 1 _
Adkins and Stephanie Dukes. Not pictured is Lisa Tierney and Mikky


QSP Sales End... /- tank/of LOCK!
QSP sales have been underway most of the month of October. This Is _r \ STERLING
..... fP
the opportunity for Brownies,Juniors,Cadettes and Seniors to earn'extra 1'1 -
money for their troops and council by Belling magazine subscriptions. :\ I:1' .$
1'b&.iJ6.'lw&a door to door-cainpaign but will eam-"$1 per_-*" sub"for. 'troops" .; :. :' .. 799 .
locally. ;tl'\
These Junior Scouts are Kristen Sapp and Kelly Ann Duncan as they
practice selling to close family and friends.
Brass finished. $699 $066

For exterior/
Reg. 18.09 Value
Key-on-knob locking. m
5-pin tumblers and easy grip. / Chrome plated finish.
Yoga Class Interior turn button. Twin handles In smoked acrylic.
400T US3 CP "' 083-22

4:00: 5:00: p.m. Thursdays
Six-Week Session $18

1 I
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Reg. 83.95 Value ,' III /

$599 kuuk/el out.Use indoors or

Includes hose,2
Brass finish.
I wands, nozzle
24 hour Key locks & unlocks from with squeegee
automatic. WNTERMATIC' exterior. Insert. \
BH Center for Health and Fitness Plug In I V Turnplece interior. 4-wheel dolly./
922 East Call Street Programmable timer. D811B 660 US3 CP UL listed.PAINT. 700-02-62
Starke FL 32091
((904)) 9644210A
member of Santa Fe Healthcare Systems,Inc.... 16' POWER TAPE
a Florida not for profit healthcare corporation REMOVER!
Choose i&3Oenh1.. .
SUNCOAST IS MAKING 1/2"x 450"or. "-' $1577
3/4"x 300"rolls. SUypeezepaint

59 0 \ I I removerSAVOBRAN Reg. 14.75 Value

CARPET y\ V Better cling on
ea.-----_ furniture, woodwork -
SAP p Reg. 99" eachDispenses ::::: aM I : more.
sQ $ easily. \ Scrape or wash off
SALE Holds securely. fib., r IIII '' old paint after use.
Never yellows. Scotch 104 I One gallon can.
105 III'' 01103

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5 Colors to( Select Ifonrt r' rn CLAMP LIGHT!

Lufkiii $1244Reg.21.35velue?

per square yard $314 3/4" toggle lock holds blade Bonds wood,
r Reg. 7.65 Value securely at any length. tile/ paper, &
s Shock absorber cushions most porous
i r r 1 1 1t Clamp and adjustable .-
ball Joint. blade return.Removeable. materials In
r 8-1/2"; bell shade. belt clip. 60 seconds! :* 'i

6' cord. No mess.CU .
UL listed. Ta L .CoonerTooIs I No mixing. .
I II .w*? I a No clamping. TherinogriSa'ely ()
04170 8316 stand Included. 208localtyowned

1\t thi: Sentry store In your neighborhood"SENTRY.
and Installation Extra
per squareConvenient Pad SuncoastCarpets w' JACKSON BUILDING S r.t hr.lhll11 /

Shop at Home Lake Butter US 301 S. Starka .

Service Call Now and We &:'- S.W. 6th Annul 984-6078 Jot SR 21 ft 100

Will Bring Samples to You. 140 Thompson Street 49S-3079 473-4973
untHitiLimiu deV __...___._ _... __
Cal George or Tina Starke. Florida A potIIc:_ r b.d M. f item.duA4**idwn*_ i 01t awawwrI s $ps b au&
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Brownie Troop 622 Goes to Camp...

Lake Butler Brownie Troop 622 went to Camp Kateri Clndee Pruitt Christy Watson, Jessica Howard
) 4 near Orange Springs this past weekend, Oct. 25-27, to Rebecca Jenkins Lisa Howell.Jennifer Joyner.
participate In the Bradford-Union neighborhood camFront row. 1-r) Jessica Howell, Tiffany Asian
pout. Jackie Gartman Gwyn Harvey, Monique Chastaln.Cassle ,
They are: (Back row, l-r) Ann-Marie Ileiman, Adkins.Tanya Adklns.

Cooking at Kateri... ; : .
Saturday afternoon was free time in the Individual had roasted hotdogs. other units cooked on Buddy :. I
Burners or made Knights on an open fire. Cooking Is ,
units at camp.Troops had to prepare their own supper ,
and manv different ways were chosen.These Brownies always a favorite of the scouts,scouts of all ages.
More than two-thirds of the earth's land surface lies north of the equator.

B-U scouts provide chairs to campBU

showed their appreciation for Brownie Troop 301, Denmark Furand Junior Troop 605 and Mary j 1,., LAWN MOWER BY
the new unit house at the Tree niture and Ann Davis, Brownie Looney and Diane Moody.. g
Houses at Kateri by supplying 31 Troop and Bobbie Howell,Tierney's Thanks.! hscb' LEADING CONSUMER
new folding chairs to remain there 1

for use by scouts.We appreciate all MAGAZINEDon't
the donations and feel sure many
other scouts will also appeciate the We Have Extended Our

donation. ANNIVERSARY SALE To End Nov. 9
A special thanks to Dr. Richard \ Settle for Less
and Nancy Odom and family who
Save 30-75% Winter I
made the purchase of the bulk of the on Appirelfor
chairs for us and delivered them to ladies__and_girls_through_Nov. 9 \ SAVE UP TO
Kateri. We missed Chef Odom serv-
ing at the campout but appreciate I f" SPECIAL DRAWING SAT., NOV7&! 1i I II
the extra effort, hauling I 27 folding
chairs I is extra effort, right? i for 35 Gift Certificate (w/purchase) I 350
The c--------------------------I You Don't Have to be Present to Win .J|
the unit house,thanks BU.
Those making contributions to the More Special Sale Dates Electric Start
'chair project', were Florida Na- Model 56138
tional Bank, Draw-Tite, Cadette November 1.9 Models from
Troop 520, Odoms, Mullins, Eaves,
20% Off All SportswearRegular Price Includes Set-Up & Delivery 899" Model 56125Bryan's

Price & Reduced Items I

Geneva Lake Estates November 1.30 Ace : Hardware

20% OH All Ladies & Girls CoatsKENWIN'S
Wooded Lot
3 BR/2 BA 2 yrs old t"atld' *' 30-0. 1101 S. Walnut (next to Norman's) Palmetto & Nightingale ,,.

$66.500. Cash" 8y Lay._< 'W Starke Keystone Heights
(904) 475-3023 111 W. Call Starke 964-8824 4-Way
964-4642 ,... 4 ,, ,
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i ywwyjwuwuyw lams Jewelry INTERNATIONAl _

964-8485 984-7084 ';

9 am 6 pm Mon.-Sat. 8:30: am 5:30 pm M-S I
"Family Owned & Operated for 32 Years" I
tH tHr.

14k CharmsPrices I. Prices 6928 Start*at spe Sedan. 4-dr. ON FINANCINGPrices THE SPOT

from $1 .50 up Start at

Bracelets from '10.00 Rings Chains from '15.00i $7669 *

Bangle Watches imported from Paris

Repairs at Both Locations *

Most Work Can Be Done "While You Wait" I

may be present while remountings of diamonds or precious Prices Start at Nova 4-dr. Hatchback Sedan IMMEDIATE

stones are made.rcTassRing'Day"-I IRS A NEW WORLD $5380 DELIVERY

WELR J Saturday, November 2 MOUNTS OF SMALL CARSPlus

L I _.'"Bradford" Square Location! .1[I Ii e

1iQo I wJil31"on"DiVJlav.LAWN .* Freight Manufactory Options.

Sprint 2-dr. Hatchback Coupe
'- - -
; / & GARDEN

LORIDA EST CENTER See the complete line of Choo Choo Customs

""- \
539 E. Call St. Starke FL

954-5745 Only at LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS _

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Bud & Bloom
Dressed! 4 'UniJresscd! /

P1388 & 888Reg.

up to 13.99 "50 Months with$1000 down cash or tradi.8,8 APR plua tax ndteensa_with_ approved credit. '".

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We bought out a Florida Growers stock. 2 .
varieties popular colors most are in '3 CHEVY-OLDS C .

gallon size containers.,. We expect" these to

sell fast so better hurry. U.S. 301 North 9647500Pale. i .

Limited Supply Subject. to Sellout.

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"'''''. .". '.'" .October.-, .J :31,,"1985\ \."' ',"', "' ".B-SECTION,,(, Pages
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\ Mr. Robert Johns homemaker and a member of First day,Oct.28.at the Chapel of Archer''' A lifelong resident of Starke, Mr. ''I.. .,.\,.1 '
Mr. Robert Calvin Baptist Church of Lawtey. Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Young was a retired heavy equip- ;
Surntt-rvillo, Fla.,died Johns 68, oi Survivors include four sons. Coleman the Air Force Chaplain officiating. ment operator at Naval Air Station.
Sunday Oct.
27 Ixtcsburg Nursing Home. Phillips of Starke, Owen Complete military services were Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Born "O.J. Phillips of Lake Butler conducted graveside in Pine Grove Ethel R. of
December 15, Young Starke; son,
1916 in Indiana Leslie Phillips of Jacksonville, and Cemetery near Raiford. Archer Harry,Jr. three
Mr. Johns ; daughters, Evelyn
Bradford County resident was ,a a former retired Daniel Littleton Phillips of Lawtey; Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in R. Young, Harriet Y. Young, and IIIrap 1Ip surveyor, and a member of First two daughters, Ola Mae Gaskins of charge of local arrangements. Linda A. Young,all of Starke; and 7
Christian Church. Lawtey and Betty Redd of Macon, grandchildren.
Survivors include Ga.; 18 grandchildren, 22 great Earl MashburnMr. Funeral services will be held at
Peggy Roundy of Springville daughters, Utah,, grandchildren and one great-great. Earl Mashburn, 64, of Saturday, Nov. 2, at Mt. Moriah --
Bobby Jean Hicks and Gail Byrd, grandchild. Keystone Heights,died Tuesday at a United Methodist Church in Starke -
both Jacksonville at 1 p.m., with Rev. Willie Sessions
of Jacksonville, Fla.; brother hospital. ANN'S
L.A. Johns, Jr., of Jacksonville 2 Edward W. Mr. Mashburn was a 22 year officiating. Burial will follow in Lee
sisters, Mrs. Marjorie ; SayreMr. veteran of the U.S.Navy and also an Cemetery of Starke under the direc-
Gainesville and Mrs. Marian Douglass Devlin of Edward W. Sayre, 59, of employee of Florida Steel Co. for 22 tion of Haile Funeral Home, 802 N. 1252-B South Walnut Starke
of Austin, Minnesota; and several Bossier City, La., died Saturday, years.Survivors. Oak St.,Starke.
grandchildren. Oct. 19 in the Highland Hospital in include his wife, Edna F' TTL2PYI "Holiday Happiness"OPEN
Graveside funeral services were Freeport, La., following a long il- Mashburn; daughter Martha
held Tuesday, Oct. 29 at Santa Fe lness. Leverock; brothers, Clyde HOUSE
Cemetery. Jones Fuenral) Home of Born in Toledo, Ohio, Mr. Sayre Mashburn of Bryson City, N.C.,
Starke was in lived his early life in Muskegan, Lloye E. Mashburn of Robbinsville, &
charge of ar N.C., and Friday Saturday Nov. 1 & 2
rangements. Mich. He retired as a Master Sgt. Leonard A. Mashburn of ,
from the U.S. Air Force in 1966 and Merritt Island, Fla; grandsons Run out of paper coffee filters
has been employed with the Federal Robert E. Leverock, Jr., and ? Cut a paper. towel to 10:00: a.m.5:30: p.m.
Card of ThanksWe Aviation Administration since 1969. Michael D.Leverock. the right siza.Wood
wish to He was a member of the Methodist Funeral services were held Thursday Get a head start on your gift shopping and decora-
express our sincere Church. at Hardage-Giddens Guardian
gratitude for the many acts of kindness Chapel 729 S. Edgewood Ave., with Stove tions for your home. Country antique wooden or-

shown and to us expressions during the of recent sympathy deathof Griffis Survivors Sayre include; daughter his wife Donna,Evelyn Kennedy ficiating.Chaplain Interment William R.following May of in For SaleFireplace naments by Russ... Buy 5 -Get one FREEH!

our beloved mother, Mrs. Mattie of Ruston La.; four sons, Ed- Riverside Memorial Park.The fami- Excellent selection of Bears
Jane Cowart Morgan. ward,Jr.,in U.S. Army at Ft. Polk ly requests memorials be made to
Unique Gifts in All
Thank you for the special donations La., Dennis in U.S. Navy on USS the Muscular Dystrophy Associa- Insert Ranges'
contributed to the Heilbron Horn, Douglas in Officer Candidate tion.
Springs Baptist Church building School in Rhode Island,and Richardin
fund the beautiful flowers, your the U.S. Air Force at Pease AF Harry YoungMr. Lopi-X DRAWING FOR '25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE

all comforting other kind words acts.prayers A special,food thanks and Base Mary Walker New Hampshire of Denton;, Texas.and sister, Harry Young, Sr., of Bradford Starker One Year Old Drawing every day. You do not have to be present to win,
died ,
to the staff of Jones Funeral Home Funeral services were held Mon- Sunday Oct. 27 at but you MUST REGISTER EACH DAY.
Cassels.Rev._ Jnhnnv_ umn- _Mnrcsan____0__'_an/4 u__Rou. .. rtna..... - - Hosoital.: 398-3168 UNADVERTISED SALE ITEMS DAILY

The Family of 6
The Late Mrs.Mattie MorganIn

MemoryIn A! SI' ,a1t Z> cgrz
Thornton loving who memory passed of away Elbert on Erie October We Are Extending Our Ford Dealer in
28, 1982. I
We miss your smile, your 2nd ANNIVERSARY SALE
laughter your joy in life. We miss
you more as time goes on. I
Your Wife and Children through November 9 North Florida
Elizabeth Ann,Jimmy and Ginger

Mrs.Minnie PhillipsMrs. Perms . . . . . 25.00

Minnie Lee Hagan Phillips, Frosting . . $15.00"We
80, of Lawtey, died Tuesday at . . TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Whispering Pines Care Center in
Starke.A Like to Keep You Looking
lifetime resident of Bradford 118 S. Thompson Street 964-4151
County, Mrs. Phillips was a

1986 Escort

B 4 Dr., w/air

a a"P .',. 6 in stock

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,+, .-p.,.,......r.l.... .....,....,.....*';;. ;;"'. .. $1,000 Discount Special value Package

3 0 % Off (Selected) 26" 10 SPEED BIKE y

Bronco ll's!

1986 Models y x '

Girls & Boys 10-Speed 5 in inventory

Bicycles, were '149.95

Now 119.95 -
20" Boys Jump Bikes

were '179.95

Now 139.95 Eddie Bauer Package Blue/Tan GreenlTanRedlTan-


Super Cab (4x2 & 4x4))

'- (One Only) i

Lawnflight 18 HP 44" Cut r// 1

$ .

Tr '__
:: 8.8%

Gun Cabinets .1k-__ -

6 to 10 Gun Cabinets

$23995 to $49995 1986 "S" Models

6-Gun, was '199- Now '179"

10-Gun, was 459" Now '399" One of Each 1985 Tempo "GL"

Luxury Pkg 4 Dr's

THIS- "IS NOT ALL! Loaded 18 to choose w/equipment from _

48 mo. lease. FMCC
Other markdowns on living room furniture, NO DOWN PAYMENT!* .

dining room suites and dinettes. 'tel

HURRY while selection is good to... $1 9995 Month For Approved Credit 1st Payment Security Deposit Required I



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from the -.....--% "
People Who) =.- (Comer of Hwy 100 & Walnut)

care, Starke 964-5289 .
206 W. Madison Street Starke 9647200Obituaries.

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Nectar \Vin Rose CALIFORNIA NOIR ...." 750 ML., t.no 45.75 ,

Red Burgundy / REGULAR FRENCH COLOMBARD'ROSE Gallo Cocktail Sherry........ 1.5 LITER 3.99 ,
Gold Chablis E,' 'ftNcn ffi n- ,'' inglenook I I Chablis ,........... 1.5 3.99 23.50
Light Chablls LIGHT ROSE Baldlnelli White/ Zinfandel LITER
CHABLIS -- ore SELECTION Chardonnay 4.75
750 ML.
RHINE ,{ 56.00
MIX/ ALMADtN. ... PAULMASSON. Chenln Blanc.750 ML. 4.95
Mlx 58.50
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Bouchard Rose D'AnJou 750 ML. 3.19 37.50 P
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BLANC ROSE' 3.85 "i"IUlITf 199 '
Yvon Mau BordeauX 1.5 LITER 22.50 PJallillac CASE 95.00

Nicolas St. Emilion ................... 750 ML. 4.49 53.00 =__ 750 ML.CHATEAU i s
4.55 2S.4o:
Duboeuf Beaujolais Villages 750 ML. 53.95

Jadot Beaujolais Villages ..... 750.ML. 4.59 54.25 RED, WHITE .,...,,....a. / tc l ae CASE / 95

B&G Chardonnay St. Louis 150M 5.45 64.75 8 ROSE :: :;:- e h.I"k,. 94.75 ,
Jadot Macon Blanc ................ 750 ML.. 5.49 65.00 % && 50.701. MX OR MATCH _-_.__._.,-.00.-.-:;,:;.>-.t.._.H':' CHATEAU 750 2S.o ML.. '

Duboeuf Fleurie ........................... 750 ML 5.59 66.50 |3t. *...$o..u$ dft 85 A CASE OF 6 q{tad W CASE 5'65 .
Nicolas Pouiily Fuisse ......... 750 ML. 9.79 116.75 e11lzat't/fedoo 67.00 :I .

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: Ritzrnann Wachen. Kon. Kab. 4.69
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LIEBFRAUMILCH ; 750 ML. 2.55 30.00
Verrazzano Chianti
750 ML 44s .
750 1.5 50.7 LITER CELLA euNCo Fontana Candida Frascati ..... 750 ML. 4.19 49.75ML

25.40z. r MIX OR MATCH Cavil Pinot Grigio .. .. .. I
CASE OF 12 z9 A CASE OF e 3.99. .-.750 ML. 4.79 56.95
44.95 3 23.25 raz i Verdjcchio 750 ML 4.99 58.95 "

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Concord ,ISRAEL -.............- 750 MU.2.99 35.00 ROSE + Al78 VINTAGE /

Santa Carolina Sauv. Blanc>/50 CHILE ML. 3.39 3.59 39.75 WHITE -
FUSso 42.25
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Lafayette Plantation ......... 750MLShirayuki 3.75 44.00 .IISP RED CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Takara Plum JAPAN .............. } cp 1.5 LITER\ ;
Sake JAPAN .............. 750 ML. 3.75 44.00 so 10Z

Lafayette White Muscadine FLA 750 ML. 3.95 46.75 5.99 'I" -., 750 ML. '

Sant Gria SPAIN. ,................1.5 LITER 5.29 31.00 CA8tOlj III < 2S.4 oz.
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Spumon.Je h '"" 7 --u: Bella Brut Sparkling ...............750 ML 3.55 42.00

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SEMI-SWEET .PINKCOLD zg Freixenet Cordon Negro BRUT 750 ML. 4.99 ......

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following sale. prices are! The following sale prices are bas- lots 6,7&8 of Block 12, Hampton,to Mark wL7nSta/UlH.Koad to Raymond O. Smith, Jr. sold 20 acres on Mark Subdivision to Selina B. Perkins for
determined from the amount of state ed on the amount of state documen- Mark & Linda A. Lady for $13,200. 928,000. Lee Starling Road to Raymond J. $10,000.Ronald.
documentary stamps affixed to War- tary stamps affixed to warranty James F. & Thelma M. Ward sold Raymond J. Allen sold 3 acres on Allen for$20,000. E. Newman Sr. sold 2
ranty Deeds recorded with the Of- deeds recorded with the Clerk of Cir- 20 acres west of Pleasant Grove to Mark Lee Starling Road to ConnieM. Edgar E. Evans sold lots 1 & 2 of acres on C.R.227,south of Starke to
fice of Clerk of Circuit Court. cuit Court's Office. Grant L. &Jane Jones for $45,000. .Combs for $6,000. Block 33 and lots 1 & 2 of Block 34, George W. & Mary F. Looney for
James.p. & Loris M. Meece sold Carol Y. Combs sold 15 acres on Jeanette Sutton. Smith! & Thomas Livingston, Truby .& Company's: $5.009! .,..
Week ending Sept-. A._n... -.-.-
E. M. Lewis sold a parcel of landon
C.R. 235 in the New River area to I
Cecil A Jane Benton for$8,000. .
Longchamp Homes, Inc.sold lots 1 -- Rent
& 2 of Block 3,J. M. Johns SUbdivi- O/CR
sion to Michael L. & Theresa E. Rent
Slocum for$41,700. r 2 Movies
Roberta Timmerman sold a 1I0'l\eS' .
parcel of land on Santa Fe Lake to Mn.-T6ur.
Wilbert H. fc Genevieve A. Nelson, SaturdayReturn Home '
for$13,000.Roy 7.50
W. &Ruby M.Tyre sold lot 55 JkntertaramentBradford )
of Keystone Club Estates, Unit 1, to Monday
Shirley J. Draper and H. Edward, ;
Jr. It Patricia S. Draper for$4,000. '
Ronald E.Newman, Sr. &John D. : FinancingAvailable
Odom. III sold lot 9 of Block A, Square Shopping Center Concepts!
Dalewood Subdivision to Janet G.
Olive for$8,000.
Mark&Elaine Olin sold 1.91 acreson
Pleasant Grove Road to Blanche 964-6946
Gibbs for$7,000.

Week ending Sept. 20... Ad good thru Nov. 15
Rex & Diane D. Brown sold 5.75
acres on Market Road in Starke to
H. F., Jr. & Cornelia J. Wiggins for

$93,500.Farmers & Dealers Bank of Lake Panasonic Compact Disc Sharp VCR Quasar

Butler sold 40.57 acres on S.R. S237
west of Brooker to Donald E.Gray& Pre-Program Channels Video Recorder
Judy S. Clark for$45,000. Wired 1 Remote
Donna L. Brewer sold a parcel of Fantastic
land on West Can St. at Bay St. to
Freeman Register, III for$50,000. Sound $ 0 0 Wireless Remote Control
of Bradford, 2 7 9
Keystone Developers i
Inc. sold a tract of land In Keystone I Reg. $444. .. hl -' I /;);
Club Estates, Unit 1, to Keystone ""
Oaks LTD for$70,000. Cash & Carry
Keystone State Bank sold lot:37 of $379 __

Geneva Lake Estates to Edwin n .. .. __ _
Olson for$53,000.
Gerald&Diane Ely sold lots 5&8
of Dowling's Subdivision to GeraldM.
Griffis for .
Griffis and Gerald :- - - - -
$6,000. 25 FREE
Olin M. McCann sold a parcel of 25 FREE MOVIES $
land on S.R.S-235 near Moodyville to MOVIES
Robert C. & Carol K. Elliott for r. .r
$17,500.n: _" :1I I
with purchase with purchase

Week ending Sept. 27... .EEEJ".- '..0\\ ....f.. '.,. ..,4, ,,,,; \, '. ,-.:':"-, ( ,.' III.
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Land sales for the week ending 'S Ai' ,., ,
Sept. 27 In Bradford County totaled :' .. .. . !t ,
$340,200., 1 ,
The following sale prices are bas-
ed on the amount of state documentary Panasonic I-120
Wireless VCR
stamps affixed to warranty Sharp
deeds recorded with the Bradford
County Office. Clerk of the Circuit Court's 6 Hour Tape Sale Remote Control ', '

Margaret Young sold an acre of Box of
land on U.S.301,near Morgan Road,
.to Albert\ F.Young, Jr. for$41,200. 10 30500
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Mary 3"PoUmtr:sold a parcel of .
land on Lake Santa Fe to James G.&
Margaret Robbins for $30,000. $4500 Cash &
Thomas O. Smith, Jr. & Jeanette Z RECORDING CarryBBBBBBHDnBHBBBH _
Sutton Smith sold 20 acres on Mark cj pQ0 TAPE '- -
Lee Starling Road to Hugh Ellis Sr. orS
for$20,000. Q
Courtland A. Collier sold lot 24 of 5 Purchase any
Block A, Cypress Beach to Alber- Sa ea. 19"
nard & Hazel Elaine Perry for SonyTelevision
$26,000. ,
Martinez &Juanita W. Baker sold SONey;
parcel of land on Lake Geneva to
John C. & Marian G. Mickel for

$120,000.Joseph It Marilyn Sullivan 19" Gilbrator $ TE EYISIONTeleVISion
Donald J. & Helen Franzese andWilliam 2 9 9 3 9 9

sold 53.32 A.acres& Norma in Woodlawn Jeanne to Logue RoyR. in stock

&Mary Ann Clemons for$52,000.
Cash &
Jesse F. &Belva Hass sold 3 acres Carry
south of Hillburn Springs to David A. Get 100
& Montez R. Carter for$42,500. -
Richard A.&Muriel C.Fuller solda ----
parcel of land in Hampton to
Michael P. & Ida M. Creighton for

$8,500. t Technic rStereo FREE

Week ending Oct. 4... Ii Turntable AM-FM
Land Sales for the week ending
Oct. 4 in Bradford County totaled Double Tape Cassette \ Movies to watch

,$258. 00.. _._ .
I Reg. $650.

in the next 6 months
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Starke 964.5451

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Octo 31.1983 SECTION; Pae.

r= NOTICE starke Area, Want Ads .. 111.

mined to the Brodlord County I
Telegraph office In writing and paid In :ECEIIALrew
advance unless credit Is already HOMES FOR SALE CARS & TRUCKS "t"t.GAR

established With; this office FOR SALE -

RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Stereo cassette, cruise control, remote ,
3 BRV, BA HOME Saratoga Hts., core Measures 24x36". :!
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 25 cents each. Great mirrors auto overdrive. 964.8092
ner lot. Enclosed garage, CH&A. Phone for patching and TELEGRAPH
THE TELEPHONE. repairs. from 8-5 or 964-6604 after 6 p.m. 10/17 REALTY
964 8652. 3/21 tin 135
Call St. 964-6305.
Classified deadline 'Is TUESDAY. Stchg 1031IT .
WOODEN blacked ,
HOUSE:20x20. tin roof

NOON, prior to Thursday publication. TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS S'xS' IS TRUE you can buy Jeeps for $44
up ready to move $500, 431-1050 tfn utility trailer $650 16' dozer trailer
Minimum charge Is 1J words for $2.75. ; through the U.S. Gov.rnm.ntGe' the
CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE 3 BR, 1 1/2 $1,700; 16' utility trailer $970 16' lawn facts PHONE 964.7776
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. ; today I Call 1.312.742.1142, ext.
both large back porch CH/A, wish trailer. $1,125; 10' lawn single axle 609. 4tpd 10/17. 31. 11/14,28
from 1 to 10 acres land on CR 225. trailer $878: 16' car hauler. $1,150: 6 MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY! 1982 Corvette, 205 N. Temple Starke

YARD SALES 964-6530. 9/5 tin ft. ramps, $100. Olin's Mobile Home loaded with extras. Beautiful car. Best
NICE TWO BEDROOM block home on '/, Center, Rd. 100 W. Slarke. 9645606. offer 9648809. 10/10 TFchg Today and always, may God bestow his love on you.

SATURDAY '.21 204 N. Water St. Baby acre lot. Screened porch privacy 1/10 tfn FORD PINTO 1978 excellent body and The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation of our
things; 30" elec. range gold excellent fence, shed, pecan tiees. 33000. Jay COPY MACHINESi Canon.for rent or engine. $900 firm. Call 964.8399 offer 6
condition; crafts and other Items. Itchg 964-8482. 10/24 2tpd 10/31 sale. Canon home copier $799: Canon p.m. TFchg progress.
10/31 TWO STORY 4BR, remodeled house In home, or office copier $999; Canon office MUST SELL 1979 Renault Le Car, 35,000

TWO FAMILIES! ping pong table, lots of town, Fenced large yard. Peach and copier $1399. Rent to own for as miles, 50 mpg new tires, good shape. PREFERRED PROPERTIES

misc. 1 block up from Family Dollar. pecan 1031BY trees. 34000. 9646650. Itpd little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP $1550 firm. 964.8848 or 473-3627 10/31 HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba, brick, Country Club, lot
Look for 110 W. Call St.. Starke. 9645764. 2/21
signs. 402 E. South St. 9 til 1. Stchg 11/14
Itpd 1031SATURDAY OWNER:3BR IBa home, CH and AC. tfn ASPEN WAGON: 1980 Dodge, AT PS, 478x310 paved driveway, 2 car garage, fireplace range,

from 9.3: In Lawtey. Big rec room. Nice lot just out of tow,:. ELECTRONIC ORGANi $49.99 per month. 1500. Call 473.2817 after 5 p.m. 10/31 refrlg., DW, central vacuum, hi-fi system, drapes & blinds,

assortment of childrens clothes, etc. EQUITY 964-5997.SALE 10/31 Home 3tchg 11/14 and 5 acres. No down payment. Call 9646946. 4/04 3tchg 11/14 plus hot tub. Assum. Mortgage of $50,000, 8.75% Interest.
Itpd 10/31 CHEVY MALIBU 1965: 4dr, 6 cyl. $400.
Owner will hold second
Relocating North. P.O. Box 52 Starke mortgage.
SAT. NOV. 2: SR 16, 1'/ miles east of 301 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as 4734310. Itpd 10/31
(Faxon Lane). Baby bed, 10 speed bike Fla. 32091. 10/31 2tchg 11/7 $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. 4/04 FLEETWOOD CADILLAC 1975, one eBARGAIN: Frame home, two acres, swimming pool. $15,000.
sewing machine, stereo, clothes, HOUSE 6 ACRES 3BR, 2Ba. CH/A. tfn owner, 31,600 miles. Call 964-7953 between WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2V4 year old
household. Itpd 10/31 Geiger Rd. off Colley Rd. near COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke 6.7 weekdays. 10/31
Southslde Elementary. $69,000. p.m. 3tchg cedar & stone home with handsome great room, cathedral
SATURDAY 9-5 Couch, clothes, Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212. 11/14
refrigerator, stove p.m., organ, misc. Items 9645876. Itpd 10/31 11/24 tfn THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford royal blue, all ceilings, stunning fireplace, approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth

Rd. 16 East at corner of NE 10th St. Itpd ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3.000/lnstalled white Int., AC. cruise, tilt steering, AT master. bedroom with king-sized adjoining bath plus two other

10/31 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES 3,500 dealer. 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg with overdrive. 47,000orlg. miles. One bedrooms & bath, garage with magic door opener, all this on
YARD SALE 3 families. Sat. 9.3 p.m. CYPRESS SAWDUST 2 yards deliveredand owner. 6500. Coll 533.2403 after 6 of beautiful land. Access Lakewood
over an acre to boatrampand
Baby. children and adults clothes, spread $20. 4682624. 9/12 12tchg p.m. 10/31 TFMOBILE
misc.. boys bike. 512 N.Water St. Itchg 11/28 dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best

10/31 OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR: THREE WHEELER 1984 Honda 2005. $700. HOMES part for lasta true value at $65,0001

PORCH SALE! Rain or shine. Everythingmust ladies apparel, children, large size, Call 964.6050 after 4 p.m. 10/10 TF FOR SALE WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Terrace
clothes and combination LIVESTOCK! 3 horses-1 palomino stud, 1
go. Many baby store, petites, maternity,
In the 1.96 Almost hidden from view 4BR
city on acres. ,
clothes appaloosa gelding, 1 quarterhorsemare.
too. Glassware misc. Items accessories. Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi,
galore drapes, encyclopedias, elec. 12 Street, Izod, Esprit Tomboy, Colvin 954-4514 eves and weekends on SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N. 2Ba, approx. 2000 sq. ft. Motivated Seller.
typewriter and stand stereo. Thurs., Klein, Sergio Valente Evan Picone, Liz ly. Itchg 10/31 Starke. Come see Ray Gouin 'formerly BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford

Fri., Sat. 95. 315 N. Walnut St. Itpd Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline ALL washer YOU, NEED In appliances used of Lake Chevy-Olds for the bargains.We Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,
dryer, relrig. and
10/31 HealthTex ranges.
over 1000 others. $13.300to buy and move used homes.
YARD SALE: Sat. 11/2 310 N. Walnut. $24,900 Inventory, training fixtures Appliance Repair and sales, 212 E. Call 964.4414 or 9644778. 4/26 tfn police protection, nice neighborhood, $7,0001

Clothes, gift Items, books, records, pictures grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. St.. Starke. 10/31 4tchg 11/21 FOR SALE: Several 2 br Mobile Homes In COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Formerly the Pastry Shop, 138
luggage new or nearly new. Mr. Lnughlln 612.B88.4228. Itpd 10/31 HOSPITAL BED: .semi-electric with mattress good to exc. cond. $2700.4500 each Call St. in the Historic Section of Starke, reduced to $23,000
Itpd 10/31 BUILDING 24x60 2 Sale and sideralls/ everything works.
plus acres: or Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park financed.
YARD SALE! Sat. 1112.11/4mUeWe"of rent. Will consider investing on 301 5miles $400. Laying hens and rooster $1.25ea. 496.2366. 4/25 tfnchg.' owner
301 on CR 18. Baby furniture, appliances South of Starke, good location. Call 468.1138 or 4681421. Itpd 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on TWO BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are

men women and childrens 904.468.1084.10'104tpd 10/31 10/31 one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sales. rented and have positive cash flow and good assumable mor
clothes, heater odds/ends. Itpd 10/31 MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 units In TRAVEL TRAILER! 1980 Coachman Deluxe 904.964.5606 6/6 tlnchg tgoges. Owner will take second mortgages for good client.
YARD SALEi 95. 424 N. house 32 ft, $5,800 cash. Phone 4681000.
Saturday only. Keystone, also. $25,000 down" 2.93 ACRESplus mobile home. Forsyth .
Water St. Itchg 10/31 net $20,000. Great tax advantages. Rd. $12.500 cash Coll 13054646827.
BIG YARD SALE 3 families. 9-5 Frl & Sat. 3734792. 10'24 Btpd 12/12 : no both. Sleeps 4, good condi 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.

Morgan Rd. Follow signs. Itchg 10/31 OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful discount tion. $600 OBO 4733903. Itpd 10/31 1978 12x60 Guerdon Statler, 2BR bath KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also
SAT ft SUNDAY Carter Rd.. Lawtey. shoe store. : known brands BULLDOG PUPPIES: 2 females, black
Nationally : very good condition, clean, unfurnished second
3BR 2 Ba beautiful home completely remodeled plus
Clothes, housewares, misc. Itpd 10/31 Jordache, Bear Traps, Marshmallows, with brown/white markings. $15 each. $6,000.964.7512.1013 TF ,
MULTI.FAMILYlln.lde Bingo hall on Grif- Bandollno Naturolizer, Candies, 964.4319 or 9647271. Itchg 10/31 1983 FLEETWOODi 14x70. 3BR 2Ba home for family, guests or rental, several other buildings, all

fis loop ((100A). Itpd 10/31 Johansen, Cherokee, Nike and many CLOSING INVENTORY! Mary Kay CH/A cathedral ceilings, dishwasher, well maintained. Owner financing.
CARPORT SALE Rain or shine. 9-5 Frl & more. All first quality merchandise. cosmetics, selling out at 10% off. Offer and much more Take over payments, FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp
Sot If you miss this one you are the $19,900 Includes beginning Inventory, good thru 11/7/85. Phone 964.8092 VA loan. 372.5685 after 6 p.m. 10/24
loser Baby, men, and womens training, fixtures, gland opening promotions daytime or 964.6604 eves. Ask for Deb- 4tchg 11/14 Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Owner financing.A .

clothes, toys, household & misc. Items. and round trip air fore for one. bie. Itchg 10/31 RENT TO OWNI) No cash needed .. Call JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home In city with little

Original Christmas crofts. 385 Alton Call today. We can have your store SEVERAL ITEMSi dinette table w/4 Mr. Seth at 237-6166 or after 7 p.m. yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR 2Ba
Rd. Itpd 10/31 opened In 15 Fashions. chairs double bed, twin bed, patio fur-
Prestige 236085. 10/24 4tchg 11/14
niture and spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
FRI. SAT.t Tools, furniture, boat, 2 501.329.2362.ltpd 10/31 Dunlop radial 1985 BANK REPOS: Must sell. No cash
mules, some clothes and many more tires. All good condition. Call 431-1432 down, $140 per month. Call Mr. Sheppard skylights, 2 util. bldgs, property completely enclosed
Items. Off 225 dirt road behind after 4 p.m. Itpd 10/31
on a' 237-6166 or 236.0875 after 7p.m. w/privacy fence, $55,000.
FOR SALE 1974 JOHN DEERE 60 hp Diesel tractor
Bayles 10/31 Hwy. Baptist. 9646649. Itpd with 5' bush mower, 6' box blade, 6' 10/24 4tchg 11/14 WIDE OPEN SPACES & PLENTY OF CLEAN AIR Brick home on

3' bottom plow, 700 fertilizer MUST SELLI! $500 down or trade five fenced Rd. 3 BR 2 Ba,
SOUTH 100 one mile out of city on the scraper anything. 3BR, 2Ba. Call Mr. Glenn acres, completely on Forsythe ,
CAMPER 1978 35' fifth' wheel, American
left. Two tires HR 78.15, $60. spreader, heavy duty set dbl harrows, barn greenhouse 5 ceiling fans, trees. 69000.
new Traveler with 20 ft. awning, fully self- 23/6166 or 236-0875 after 7 p.m. 10/24 many
all for $7,000. ALSO VW Bug $600 1961
Ladles XL clothes, size 100 shoes. FRI & contained, price neg. 5332411. Call VW Baha Bug $350; 1973 Ford; F250 4tchg 11/14 HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
SAT. Itpd 10/31 after 6 5/16 tfn ALL 85'. sold at invoice. No money block home 2400 ft. 3 BR 2 Ba
kerosene p.m. 4WD $450. 9645092. 10/24 2tchg 10/31 approx. sq. on fifty acres,
YARD SALE Jewelry, down. 14x70 3BR 2Ba. $189 month.
ROLLS OF HAY Fresh cut Alecia. Arthur per
misc. GOOD BARREL PONY palomino $175. Crawford Rd., plus four chicken barns--a good, going
V. in. drill $10
; $75; ; Gasklns 782.3727 after 5 5/16 tin 3BR, 2Ba. Dbl. wide $199 per month.
p.m. Race-bred for sale.
Items. Free puppies, Dober- B'ADFORDLIMEROCK Call 2377171. 10/244tchg 11/14 business. Owner financing. Buy all or part!

man/Shepherd mixed. Thurs Frl & Sot. SALES COW 9645078.HAYi 10/24 large 2tchg bales 10/31$2 each. Also FOR SALE OR RENT 3BR, 1'/.Ba mobile NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.
233 N. Bay St. behind Little Champ.. Itpd llmerock ft Fill Dirt home on 1 acre. Price $12,500 or rent
'I".. '' .... \"-..I ,II' Nubian goats $50 and up some ., Owner financing.
10'31 .. for $200/mo. 9644236. Itpd 10/31 t
,. *
I. :;.- .j I. -:i J:'; 'jE '*' "1" SO yd. semi-loads onlyTrCTiffiMleWe'r rggi3lprpdas944.31id9., 10/24 2tcrg GOOD ACRES 1 mile West of CR 225. 15%
F" SA 'frV -.H--W.i ... -1- | |'.3172 3/23tfchg 10/31 ,,,,...M081l. 'HOM': 28R lea very ( 39 : tawtey: on
.'.JheVTiSEiW':' to adults.Cots .of STORE BOUGHT Furniture 'for sale at WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES giant round nice. $3,000. 964-6432 after 5 p.m. "Itpd down/owner will finance remainder for 20 yrs. at 10%.

household. Inside if rain. Itpd 10/31 Doublewide Home Center located 14 ft., galvanized $289.95. Christmas 10/31 GRAHAM: 14.50 acres for $23,562.50

North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not layawoys, $25 down. 1.752.1999 Lake DOUBLEWIDE 24x65 on 3 acres. 3BR, GRAHAM: 10.51 acres for 1707875.
2Ba, $29,500. Call 964.8399 after 6
trailer furniture p.m.
) 6/13 tfnchg
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for DINING ROOM SET wood table one leaf 10/31 TF A Sampson ap
sale at Olins Home Center located on and 6 matching chairs, excellent condi MUST SELL 1983 Fleetwood MH 14x70, prox. 100' on water x 275' plus a storage shed. $21,900.
WANTED TO BUYi 2 to 3 acre suitablefor 100 West. This is not trailer 3BR, 2Ba, CH/A cathedral ceilings andgarden barn
Highway and home
tion. $300. 9645694. 10/24 2tchg 10/31 condition, NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL: 12 acres large ,
tub. Excellent
road. Phone
doublewide on paved
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 100 solid oak
various fruit trees. $85,000.EVENINGS .
964.4155.10/31 4tchg 11/21 workshop
964.5404.Itpd HOLIDAY RAMBLER 5th wheel good chairs $16 ea.; glass panes, double
cond. $8,000 OBO. Olin's Home Center, strength, 9"x12" ((400)) 25cents ea.; LOSTFOUNDLOST * *

Hwy 100W, dealer. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 paint (block enamel okloy ext., 5 gal.
3-WHEELERt Honda X200. Exc. cond. pails) $5 gal.; elec. range clean $80; 2 BILL DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
1750. Call 7823333. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 RED MARE HORSE mane clipped,
PennyWelghlStamps refrigerator $64-$100; floor lamps $10 JOHN GREENE 533-2121
IRVING 964-7188
ea.: chord organ w/eat $30; exerciser back hoof old and split. If found call
& Coins orig. Inch Master $35. Pat Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593NOVIS WARD 964-7454

& Guns Dickens, Raiford' 4311200. Itchg 10/31 LOST OR STOLEN:Red male Chow-Chow. MAXINE BOOTH 485-1687 RANDY CORY 475-2597
Pawn 3 WHEELER: Honda 200. 9644916. Itchg Last seen In Sampson City area.
IJJ TREE TRIMMING 10/31 REWARD. Phone 964-7643. 10/31 2tpd

OPEN USED SOFA BED good condition. $50. 3 11/7
NOW liii Licensed ml. south of Starke on 301, Dicks RV. FOUND Female Pit Bull brown, yellow
Itpd 10/31 and black. Found near Hampton Elem.
1111 FIREWOOD For Sale PIT GROUPi 12 piece burgundy sofa For Info call 4682305. Itchg 10/31
Church St.
106 N. LOSTi White& liver bird with
group. 4733903. Itpd 10/31 pointer dog C ft C MINISTORAGENo '
(Corner Call & Church St.) Call for Free Estimates SHAKLEE PRODUCTS you need them, I orange collar. Lost In the vicinity of
have them. Mimi, 7823790. Itpd 10/31 Crystal Lake on Sat., 10/26. Please
96.4.8556Open 96.4.7758 contact Jerome Johns, 964-5743 or Down Payment I 1/l; f tU.1 I ;rCEl.f; :
Dally 10124 3.pd 1117 MOTORCYCLES 4734805. 10/31 TFchg Up to 48 Month Financing

"rp4 10/S IEnileml 1 l t.,eg''rf( 1'li l it:tilt'
; -- -- 1985 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler, FLORILANDREALTY

1700. OBO. Good condition. 782.3333
301 South
8/8 tfnHONDA

CM400TI 1980, like new, 2600 Office 964-8848 P.O. Box 549

it miles, backrest crashbar helmet, 964.7700 Stork. Florida 32091
$950. 964-6085 or 7823576. Itpd 10/31 JM N. Tomplo A...
CARPENTER V.,.'.Thornton P.Odom Auocloto SrokwOIIIJoy '

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RODNEY L. CARMICHAEL 2.39 Acres, In city. 3 BR, 2 BA, brick HELP WANTED

home, most desired area. Ready to
Save Energy$ Earn Extra Cash
Maintenance e Repair
sell. Cell for more details.

Carpentry & Plumbing Install Custom Made Less. than 2 Years Old Brick home In I
with 6 or more acres.
Insulated Windows country The Gainesville Sun has an early morning motor route
0111 Acre., good hunting ,
Free Estimates 704-468-2860 Call 964-6766 Today! some owner financing. I available In Starke, Lawt.y Raiford areas.

./". 11/7 020 Minutes from Gainesville High ft Must have reliable transportation and be able to post cash
Beautiful of N. Fla.
Homes dry land highway frontage, excellent bond deposit
Starke Florida owner financing good for
Contact Dave Lindsay JM-t Itchg 10/31
Frt EstfmitM 10% DUcoun subdividing.
No Monty Din with Ibis II Commercial Building space for
-- -- --, LAVERN H. OUTLAW Hunting walllble business, plus Income property.
-- .
I Broker
f.IB '-. .--..
I L Re*. 964-5478 .

.t .REALTOR. Associate Plumbing SuppliesFrom

.DAVID L. DODGE. MSA Roberts Real Estate

964-4522, "We Do Appraisals" Ret. 964-5370 96 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL Durrance "'c;.

., KAY C. WATERS 964.6262 '
& Co.
) Pump Supply ---
Lid ARK!, FLTs: R... 964-6941

Across from Your Full Service LINDA M. WOODS I
Norman' Market' PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves, 2

J'._ U.S. 301 South RaalEstats!_. ..UMcB_ R.s.. 533-2040, .. ,BR frame house, CH&A, outbuildings and many extras. $:4 3! Temple' Av. I 964-7061 I I We Drill Well.Starke .

I BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOMI LAWTEYi Remodeled Inside' and out. 48500. JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. Central Fla. I ( 2" to 6" .. State Licensed
I CONVENIENT TO TOWN 3BR 2Ba home on Cherry St. $38,000. heat and 49500.
I JUST REDUCED TO$42,000 3BR, 2Ba home In city.Fenced In back yard comer lot. carport. I
[RENT OR LEASE With option to buy: 2BR. IBa home 21500. COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 -. -- --- --. .. -
110 CLEARED ACRES South of Hampton, just off CR 233. $26,900. : plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.:

I LEASING commercial space In n.w building. Call for details. Scotchgard

1 *REDUCED TO $27,500 recently remodeled home on 5.100. '640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly:; Carpet (Any
| 301 North 58 acre. Heavy In pine timber. 100000.
South 301. growing area of Clay county._ Priced to sell at less that Room .
frontage Mi
J SOUTHGATI AREA Contemporary 3 BR 2 BA. CH/A chain link fenced backyard. j $1200.00 per acrell.WATERFRONT I. Cleaning & Hall) Available

Assum. mtg. Only $53,900. 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin Florida Cleaning & Dye Co.
1 *3 ACRE MINI-FARM land In pasture 3 BR 2 BA super kitchen. 64900. Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.' Carpet

I *HIGH ft DRY Building lot with beautiful oak tree.. Keystone area. $4,500. fig screened porch. This one will go fast at $37,500. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
j LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have I It all. A beauty on 6 acres, pecan trees, barn
and workshop. See It. you will /love It. $128,500. MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four outjbuildings Wa specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wan to wan carpet furniture dean-

1 *BEST AREA Brick 3 BR, 2 Bo. carport chain link fenced backyard. $49,900. Including a 21' x 66'metal, barn. Loads of Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on'i=ommentll: contracts. Quality
In excellent cond. 24900.
acre, all hookup
DOUBLEWIDE on one possibilities.
J +*OWNER ItIO TRANSFERRED ft ANXIOUS: Brick 4BR 3 BA on 2 lot*. Over 2600'CH/A. work at low, low prices. Cap now! to make an appointment

loll amenlrle Excellent location |lust off 16 W. Only 74900. Sen lor Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
!rWI HAVE George W. Roberts Jr. Broker Call 964-4997 CallChMkYitawrtgfltatocdiheMtMk'MWfrtBMnitM
/ On Our Other Prope.Ue.
Thinking' 0/Buylnll Or Sailing/ ? Call V*. Terry A. Galnes. CSM; Salesman -- .

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r Starke Ads Cent... 1 Keystone- Area ids' } .; NOTICE I

'. c. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
{ J to the Lake Region Monitor of-
,. HELP WANTED -- Ik* In writing and pold) ,In advance -
unless credit It already, establishedwith

Scholarship available* ERA Tiffin, and Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE MELD

Owens, 'Inc Realtor 221 W. LayfayetteSt. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone BY OWNER 3 BR, 2 BA, 2000 sq. ft., nice RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
964 5065 7/4 tin 9647498. 9/16 tfn CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, lot Assumable low CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
for On.
MOBILE HOMES rent. or two cabinets and trim
QUALIFIED SERVICEMAN on mobile STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly carpentry. 60000. 1Mb TELEPHONE
Keystone area.
bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished.
hornet Prior experience needed or a fates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple month. Call 4737560. 10/10 Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after 473.2613.2tpdI0/31.11/7 Clarified deadline Tuesday noon
good carpenter. Starting poy over Ave. 7/28 tIn 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to prior to Thursday publication.
$5/hr Olin Home Center Apply In NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 tfnchg MOBILE HOME Has CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In..toUotion. choose from. Send for FREE Minimum charge Is 15 words for $2.75
person. 10/3 Stchg 10'31 BA apt. For more 'Information call Lok.8utl.r FURNISHED porch"' .. Free estimates.' Ten years BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES then 10 cents for each word thereafter,
one acre. Responsible couple or Call 473.4217 and ask for
COURIERS NEEDED for postmaster If Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor bachelor preferred. $175 per month. experience. Route One, Box B4CF, Moss, Ten
you like 1. Hard work; 2. To invest In tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg I plus deposit. 16846634. 2tchg Craig. 5/17 tfnchg n...... ((800)) 231-3695 fcan 10/31
your future; 3. Direct sales: 4. To be an NICE ROOM PRIVATE BATH 964.6035 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing. MISCELLANEOUSPAC
Independent courier; 5. Making Hand rubbed oil finishes.; Coll Joe
money tfn
BR. 1 BA. A/C .
$$$. Postmaster Systems offers you: 1. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N. 4732521. 8/1 tfnchg YARD SALE RAT Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture
to town. $245 month.
Training; 2. Benefits, ; 3. Assigned territories Temple Ave. in downtown Staike. 473.2730. MAKE NEW CUSHIONS dining chairs, appliances, household items,
; 4. Company vehicle: and 5. $$75/week Including utilities. No Very nice Itchg 10/31 bar stools, camper bads. Addison LOCKER SALE Mini-storage S-100. 9 collectable, glassware, old jewerly,
Advancement potential Coil deposits required. 964-5139 or space for rent. 275 Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg 1 /71128 a.m. Saturday Nov. 2. Itpd 10/31 tools, etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26
I.800.423.0110, 10/24 2tchg 10'31HAIR 964.6566.10/3 TF sq ft. $200 monthly. Carpet AC/Heot. PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt HUGE THREE FAMILY yard sale. Satur- 50 PERCENT OFF 11\ Flashing arrow

CUTTER with Florida license. Withor 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No Hwy 100 frontage. Inquiries to mildew, peeling paint from homes, day, Nov. 2, 93. Hwy 21 North, turn signs $263111 I I Lighted non-arrow $247.
without following. Busy ihop.Halrplanes pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call MOBILE 4737683.HOME Itchg 10/31 driveways mobile homes. Call Rick right on Deer Springs Rd. Misc. furniture Unlighted $199. (Free letters) See
964.4645. Itchg 10/31 468.1323. 10/3 TF 2 BR, 1 BA. 4732452. 4tchg 11/7-11/28 and household Items, adult and locally. Limited quantity. Hurryl) ((800))
MOTOR ROUTE AVAILABLE: In Lake 2 BR MOBILE HOME: close to city. $85 Located Hwy 100 West next to mini CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING childrens clothes, toys and much .423-0163 anytime. (Also GIANT BLIMP
Butler area. Must have reliable weekly including utilities Call storage. First month rent $200 plus Truck mounted, deep steam extraction. morel! Itpd 1031Protect sale! Big profits! Don't lose outl! I) icon
transportation telephone and be ableto 468.1323. 10/3 TF $100 damage deposit required. SPECIAL Half off on Scotchguard.C 10/31
post $250 cash bond deposit. LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT: Concrete 4733571. 10/31 & B CARPET CLEANING SALES EVENTS PROMOTION, GRAND ;
964.5165 or come by the office' at 1605N. patio water furnished close to prison. BUSINESS OR OFFICE space. 15 X 28 ft. Keystone Heights Your Home OPENINGS Rent/buy giant flying
T.mpl.SI. 10/24 2tchg 10/31 $95/mo. 964.7530 or 468.1323.10/3 TF Hwy 21 N. $250 per month plus deposit 473-7770 blimp, 20 ft. beer coke can, tire. Flying
CRUISE SHIP JOBSI Great income pntential. NEAR GRAHAM: 1 BR trailer completely utilities included 473.7708 or 4733909. Floors stripped and waxed And Save 25% hamburger and others! Visible for

All occupations For info call furnished heat' and AC plus utilities. Itpd-ltchg 10/31.11/7 .4tpd 10/31.11/21 On All Maintenance-Free ExteriorsCut miles! Amazing results, worldwide)
312-742.6620 ext. 362. 10/24 4tpd $60 per week 485.1371. 2tpd 10/31 SEWING MACHINE CLEANING OH and Brick and Stone Anyone can afford! Details: ((800))
11/14 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: 2 BR CH/A Lost adjust tension in your home-only Coquina Shell 6267446. fcan 10/31
EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home near shopping center and restaurants. 1495. Twenty years experience. Service Aluminum Siding
assembly work. For Info call 964.8810. Itpd 10/31 REWARD for information leading to the all brands. Call 4752692. Itchg Vinyl or REAL ESTATE

504.641.8003 ext. 9579. 4tpd 10/10,24 3 BR MOBILE HOME: AC & heat year recovery of WETBIKE. Missing since 10/31 FOR FREE
11/7.21 around. No pets, no small children. Oct. 18 from dockside In Lake Santa Fe. PRESSURE WASHING houses, mobile CALl TODAY NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS 397.6
APPLICANTS NEEDED for temporary, 533.2366. 10/24 TFchg ID number FL 8109 CP. Contact: P. O. homes. Painting Interior and exterior ESTIMATES acres. Prime development property '/>

employment. No fee., Office skills. ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment. Box 887 Melrose, FL 32666 or The Paper hanging, minor repairs quality Homes Beautiful mile Major Highway Frontage, County
Cashiers, sales. 9647777 218 S. See Tackle Box 341 N. Temple Ave. Monitor P. O. Box 1171 Keystone work. Phone 473-2341. 4tpd 70
water approximately acres
Walnut St. W.W. Professional Office & Itpd 1031REMODELED Hqts. 32656. 2tpd 10/31-11/7 10/31-11/21 of N. Fla. open system balance wooded creek,

Personnel Services. 10/31 2tchg 11 /7 3BR home on rut de sac. 1st Starke Fla. streams, borders Western N. Carolina,
CASHIER for convenience store with gas. mo. plus sec. Call 964.5377 after 5:30: MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE r r Ideal golf course, homes, townhouseor

Apply Pep.O Service Station, 620 S. p,m. Itchg 10/31 964.6766 condo development. $2000 per acre,
Walnut. 10/31 2tchg 11/7 FURNISHED 2BR MH; no small children MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series terms. Jenkins Realty Group P. O. Box
TAKING APPLICATIONS for redl-mix MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two with double keyboard base Guaranteed Savings
: no Inside pets. 1st, last deposit. organ 734
Blalrsvllle GA 30512, ((800)
driver and production personnel. No 7823363. Itchg 10/31 bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call
5543232. icon 10/31
phone calls, please. Fla. Rock Ind. 311 TWO BEDROOM remodeled unfurnished $150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 tfn 4732210 weekdays or 473-4648

Edwards Rd. Starke. 10/31 2tchg 11 /7 house in Starke. CH/A $250 per mo. chg weekends for appointment to see. tIn .
PARAMEDIC: Immediate opening for a 1st last $100 dep. 964.8840 or FREE Credit check by phone for WURLITZER spinet piano excellent con
full-time Paramedic with hospital-. 473.3627. 10/31 3tchg 11/14 new or used mobile home. Call now. dition., 1000. Cherry mahogany.
1 .J *>ulone e t 'W' i I' hom* fur'ilshod Ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126. 4tchg Phone 473.3752. tfnchg 8/29 ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC

-> M4iry. 44 hi shifts, c,,myui..ve, on laige private lot. Call 9647625. Itpd 10/10.10/31 197S SOUTHWIND motor home. Gen. _
wages with excellent fringe benefits. 10/31 W O W* New doublewlde, masonite air low mileage. 13500. Call
B t
Contact Personnel Dept., South Lake THREE BR HOUSE In Waldo. Stove. siding shingle roof fireplace. All for 473.3343 or 964-7055. 10/3 tfnchg
Memorial Hospital Clearmont, Fla. refrigerator fenced yard. $200 per mo. $15,900. Call, ask for Mr. Fox at WANTED Responsible party to assume
32711. 904.394-4071. 10/31 2tchg 11/7 1st last and $100 security deposit. 3512126. 4tchg 10/10.10/31 smo'l' monthly payments on piano. See
CITY OF STARKE Police Department Is 468.1509. 10/31 2tpd 11/7 OWNER MUST SELL Doublewide locally. Call Credit manager. 964-5065

now taking applications for position of TWO FURNISHED apartments: each with $239 month. Fireplace, masonite 1.800.447.4266. 4tpd 10/10.31 m aosyn G e
dispatcher. Must be at least 18 years of 3 large rooms & bath. $150 per month siding shingle roof low down. QUEEN SIZE BEDmattress, box springs
age. HS graduate or GED. Apply City plus $75 security deposit. No utilities Delivered to your lot no charge. Call, frame and headboard $50. Call
Hall. Merrell Dees Office. Itchg 10/31 furnished. NO PETS. 9648071. Itchg ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126. 4tchg 473.2042 after 6 p.m. Itchg 10/31
BRADFORD COUNTY Road Deportment 10/31 10/10.10/31 STROLEE BABY CAR SEAT excellent con- REALTOR .

has a job opening for a qualified heavy SMALL 3BR HOUSE: can be used for USED HOMES starting at $2995. dition $25. Potty chair, play pen and
equipment operator. Applications will home or business. 2 acres of land for Some low down. Call ask for Mr. Fox other baby items. 4732844. Itpd 10/31 ltou 'st
be accepted from 7-30: a.m. to 4 p.m. at garden. $175 per month with $150 at 3512126. 4tchg 10/10.10/31 REMINGTON SHOTGUN Model 1100
8128 N. Grand St.. Nov. 112. Equal security deposit. Hwy 301 N. 473.4995. REFO 3/2 mobile home, $199 automatic 12 gauge. Two extra barrels

Opportunity Employer. 10/31 2tchg Itpd 1031FURNISHED month, assumable delivered to your (imp.cyl and slug with sights), hard OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I
11/7 lot. Call ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126.
1BR Apt: lights and hot case. $450 firm. 473.7738. Itpd 10/31
TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature water Included. $160 mo. plus $75 4tchg 10/10.10/31 1984 TRAVEL TRAILER 30 ft., self-
person for short trips surrounding GREAT SAVINGS Inventory must go. contained A/C with heat strip
security deposit. No pets. 9648071. gas Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100
Bradford Contact 56X28 was $25,900 now $23.900
County.. customers.We Itchg 1031RENTALS and electric hot water stereo TV
train. Write K.C. Dickerson Pres., AVAILABLE $150 month 48X26 was $23,900 now $21,900 antenna 20 ft. awning Island bed and
Southwestern Petroleum Box 789 Ft. and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker 44X26 was $20,430 now $19,000 bar. Call 473.3536 or can be seen at Little Residential
Worth Tx. 76101., Itcha 10/31 64X14 was $17,995 now $15,995 Rain lake Road 3 miles north of
CLEAN Owner MOBILE at 964.5065 HOMES or: 964-4048 for rent.6/27 On Triple wide was $25,900 now $23.900 Keystone on SR 21. $7500 or best offer. .*.**...*...*.*...*.*.********.*...**

Toll Free 1 ( 222-5253
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Itpd 10/31 Rf S ,
PERSONAL SERVICESNEED 964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg 3tchg 10/17.31 SINGER ATHENA 2000 sewing machine. : "to v.
NEW OFFICE SPACE) Located across from MOBILE HOME: for sale by owner. Larges Original cost $898 will sacrifice for .
BHS on 301. 950 sq. ft. Call 9648272. '/ acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR. 2 bath $250. Call 4752692. Itchg 10/31 .. xr
A TUTOR?! All sublets K.8. Cer- Itchg 10/31 mobile home. CH/A central water,, TWO KEROSENE SPACE HEATERS 1 Duo :

."r'k. ... titled Teacher 533-2901' after 7 p.m.' TF DO YOU HATE PROPERTY you would like furnished, new carpet, front and rear Therm $50 each,'' One kerosene tank ...
CHAIN LINK' FENCE: Installed, Free to rent but'don't have time? Let us handle decks, owner 'financing. '4681323.... and stand 250 gallon/ good condition o (+.timr rl .I t
estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. the property and all the problems. 10/10 TF $75. Call Linda Steger 475.2767 (home)
Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. 3/29 Commercial or Residential Call Carol I or 392.1261 (work). Itchg 10/31 ...

tfn Warner Tiffin & Owens, Inc., REALTOR OAK FIREWOOD cut, split and ...
WANT TO DRINK 964-5065.10/31 3tchg 11/14 LAND FOR SALE delivered. $75 per cord. Rick's Lawn .....
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Service. 4734512. 2tchg 10/31-11/7 ..
LAKE LOT Hillcrett lake. 13500. ...
THAT'S OURS LAND FOR SALEONE Owner will finance. $164 per month. CARS TRUCKS ...
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Anonymous961.4150964.6B94.9646219 473.4367. tfnchg. 12/6 & BOATS ....
FOR SALE Heights, readyto ..
pd thru 11/15 ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road no LOT Keystone *
Power well,. septic and
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, down payment $75 per mo. Call move on. 4733024. 1973 OLDSMOBILE station wagon. Full *
fence. 6499. or
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 964.5606. 10/4 tfn ...
gond condition. 473-7500. Itpd
Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13 power
964-6078. Orders also taken In Lbke LOTS & ACREAGE: 20 percent down IMPROVED LOT for sale, outskirts of 10/31 : COLONIAL BEAUTYi one of Starke's Historical homes. Completely I
Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights. balance In five years, financing by 197B MALIBU BOAT 14 ft. 35 HP *
K.y.toneielght... $8000 cash or owner modernized and excellent maintenance. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and if
4734973. 2/26 tfn owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. financing. $500 down with $166.83 Johnson motor tilt trailer. Many ... room to entertain Sun d.ck overlooks lovely landscaped yard. Shown r
BULLDOZER to do bulldozer ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. .
: Wanting Call 473.2042 after 6 or *
monthly payments for 5 years. tras. p.m. by appointment only to the discerning buyer that appreciated the
work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call weekends. Itchg 10/31
4733024. 4tchg 10/10.10/31 : workmanship of past years. Jf
work. 964-5606 7823333. Ask for 964.5606. 1/03 tfn
Mark. 8/8 tfn ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY HELP WANTED"JOIN )*.******.******.***.*********.****** .

PAINTING & REMODELING: quality workat ROAD: $3,000, no down payment $70
an affordable price. For a free per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn THE WINNING TEAM" We need 3 *YOU'LL LOVE THIS brick veneer home located In the Heart of Starke. 3

estimate, 964-8309. 10/10 TFchg 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD: (C-227)) sales associates who have above bedrooms, 1 / bath for family comfort. CALL NOW!
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 3500. no down payment, $70 per mo. r ;; average expections of earnings and *MUST BE SOLD NOW! 18'/i acre with fix-up CB house, on paved road with
relaid. Serving Bradford County for 10 Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Bargain Center, Inc-I wish to receive above average oppor lot of road frontage mostly cleared.

years. Bradford Septic Tank Service. LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964-5764; after tunities. Watson Realty Is expandingand OWNER FINANCING 1 acre, has 3 BR, 1 bath CB on paved road.
9648121. 10/17 TFchg 5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn I is offering extensive training programs REDUCED TO $23,000 Immaculate 2BR 1 bath.
NEED TRANSMISSION WORK Rebuilt LAND FOR SALE Six lots 1-2/3 e and full time management. Expect
acre per Electrical & Plumbing HORSE LOVERS DELIGHT or just get away from It all. Live In this
transmissions $150 with warranty lot 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For Mobile Home Supplies to "WIN WITH WATSON".Coll for BEAUTIFUL SPRAWLING RANCH STYLE HOME WITH OVER 2000 Sq Ft., Includes
most cars. Also do standards and sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. Paneling & Cabinets confidential Interview. 4734816. Dean barns and cross-fencing.

foreign. Call 2727607. 10/17 4tchg Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg I 2 Comm.rdallc.mak.rs' 2moXchglO/31-12/27 *GRAHAM: 3BR 2 bath with formal dining, formal kitchen family room
11/7 WOODLAND ACRES 1/2 acre lot locatedat SECRETARY Legal, experienced prefer
Makes 350 Ibs. a Day fireplace 2 car garage "'/ acres. Seller will hold partial mtg. 1st mtg.
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED: Bradford and Woodland Acres, Starke. Has well, red. Salary commensurate with ex
Union Counties Gockley and Sons. septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling Capacity t perience. Good benefits. Send resumeto assumable.REDUCED.
down O. Box 35, Heights FL $13,000 SELLER HIGHLY MOTIVATED: 3 BR home with family .
496-2939 496 2871. 10/24 4tpd 11/14 price 500 135.00/month. Call P. Keystone
t QUALITY FOR room fireplace, real pine paneling etc. CALL TODAY)I.
BUY, SELL, REPAIR: appliances and 964.5606 6/13 tfchg t 32656. Itchg 10/31
water pumps and AC and elec. motors. 5.43 ACRES: 646 ft. Forsyth Rd. frontage. SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks BARGAIN IN THE COUNTRY 7.1 acres, large 3BR 2 bath home Less than 5

212 E. Call St. 10/31 4tchg 11/21 $4,000/acre. Call 305.464.6827.Cash or t 964-6679 US 301 South't Drive Big Trucks. D.O.T. Certification yrs. old. Fish ponds Included.
LET US DO YOUR CLEANING FOR YOU: terms. 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 local and National Job Placement *COZY HOME: Kingsley Lake area with large fenced yard, only 36000.
house or office. Reasonable rates. Professional I'/i ACRES: Zoned commercial. 30x100' l.t: Assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining. *MACCLENNYi Just 35 minutes from Jacksonville, attractive 2-story home

work. 964.5473 or 964.8985. pole. Building approx. 275' on 301. Eligible institution for Federal 1 acre fenced with large above ground pool. TERRIFIC buy for |lust 68000.
10/31 2tchg 11/7 High & dry cleared land. 25000. Aid GSL. Call ((800)) 2519042. UNITED *CEDAR HOME Spacious master suite with sunken tub Including 10 1/4
MH REPAIR SERVICE: reliable. Painting 9648534. 1017tpd 11/7 TRUCK MASTER. Resident Training: acres privacy guaranteed.

cool sealing, leveling spray washing BEAUTIFUL FENCED 20 acres with SW BULLDOZER WORK Tampa, Florida. fcan 10/31 NEED THE SPACE? Extra homeslte already here, live In the mobile home
and skirting. Free estimates. 964 8899. trailer, barn, fruit trees, dark room In and rent a site also)

10/31 4tchg 11/21 Lawtey off 225. 964.5165 8.5 p.m., Bulldozing *COUNTRY HOME: starter for right! couple, fenced In, away from It all, just
964.6566 after 5. 51000. 10/24 2tchg "Back Hoe "409--DRASTICALLY REDUCED: 4BR, minutes from Starke. Low 30's.

Subscribe Today f I 10/31 Fill Dirt 2ViBa,. cypress home on 20* acres,' *REDUCED FOR BEST BUY: act now, seller very motivated. 1784 sq. ft.,
PARTIALLY CLEARED 20 acres of fertile Clay & Top Soil pool,'stocked pond, pasture, timber, flr.ploce.-c.illng fans, Florida room. CALL TODAY.
MISCELLANEOUSMALI soil w/lots of pine and oak trees on fenced Rd. 16 East Owner financed,
road. Just off Rd. 100 within 4
low dn. $200,000 w/$30.000 BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE
miles of Phon. 473-3619
Keystone. or
PIT BULLDOG: free to good home. 4734680. Itchg 1024Tim' DIVIDE on paved streets. Zoned R2A. .
home on 19.3 oc. Rd 16 East, Motivated seller. Owner financing available.
964.8566 after 5 p.m, Itpd 10/31 473-4175 Days
473-7153 pecan grove, pasture, low down and *PLANNING YOUR DREAM HOME? Make It come true on this dream lot,
NightsJanet owner financed. $59.000 w$5.000dn. lovely peaceful neighborhood. Owner financing makes It work I

to/IO-t: BUILDING SITES IN COUNTRY 1-5 acre tracts In our lovely rural areas

/412--3BR 1 BA on Market Rd. New Owner. financing may be arranged. ,. ;. _.
Custom Cabinets optionees Included. Pecan trees. .

*All Cabinet to-Surfacing Assume mtg. FARMS AND ACREAGI
/ --1 BR home In Raiford. Bargain BESSENT ROAD AREA Mini farm with plenty of extras Priced to sell with
*All Types CabInet Work Remodeling M. Ot 12500. 4 or 7 acres.

414-3 BR 1 BA, workshop mobile INVESTMENI

*Alao Any Type Drywall Work StarlingRealtor home with 2nd well, elec.& sept.. 9 A************************************.

New or Remodeling Ceiling Design Work oc. -'
I398-2O ac., 4BR 2 BA N. of Starke, 1. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST NOW) Shoppers can walk if
63000. from Bradford Square to New Retail/Professional units. CALL NOW for *

Free Estimates -11 ACRCSiWell, septic tank, 1411"5 plus acres, 3 BR 1 BA home I a private showing. For only $39,100. .4-
Call 964.6238 Tim Thompson pond/op.n air barn. $33,500 has 11 ft. celling fenced, 3 %***+***************************.*.*.*.**

-9 ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES fireplaces, like new Inside lawtey. *INCOME PRODUCING property located on Hwy. 301. Over 300' frontage..
10/31: 25000. Excellent Terms'. 418-Moblle with addition 3 BR 1 Six acres total. Owner financing available

.....7 ACRES Well, septic tank, 17x35Tollman Bo, like news' acre lot. a great buy *MAKE YOUR FORTUNE: Commercial properties available on 301. Highly \

-'--- pool fenced/cross-fenced, for $21.500. visible locations Include North of Econo Lodge, South of SR 16, and others
'I 25000. also available. Call today! '
-.4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. parcels commercial
on our acreage
CYPRESS MULCH .S Ae.i Paved frntg. $12,500. II property apartment Investments Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR .
-11 ACRE Old farm house. Beautiful motels and mobile home Sales Manager>. Evenings 964-4041 .
Oaks 32500. < REALTOR ASSOCIATES .4,

&( PINE BARK OLD BUILDING In Lawtey 8500., I II ,parks' Buy: and Sell the Strout Way Irene L. Faulkn.r 944-5142 Elise Johns 533-2114 '

I eLiQUOR STORE AND LOUNGI. AlLACROSSAMERICAfl3eN.I.pI.Av.) ._ i Susanne Kitchens 964-7630 lob Matthews 944-72(1 ...' ,
I .S9' .i$50,000.. Lou Young 964.7525 lee Hardenbrook 473-7144

You pick-up or We deliver 3BR 2BAi Beaut landscaped Lot. II Starke.NX2091; * x
Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery': ". STROUTREALTY ?
2BR 2BA In the Country. 29900. 11 * ., .'
(904))712-ml 'MCOerCMATIDOKH Rentals Available

P.O. Drawer Carol Warner. REALTOR ASSOC.

964-6649 Ml $. Lewtey 964.8931 .;S-096. .. Property Managem.nt Division


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tit Dodg. Royal Monaco. $1,000 or i Homes Over 40 rustic models to A D & S MOTORS INC. quires NO UNFOLDING OR culator. All this in a coat
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Honest Abe log Homes, Route 1 box 84 207 N. Temple Ave. Starke 964.7556 "user friendly." "Hands on unlike a home computer, it's
LAND FOR SALE CF, Moss, Tenn.. 38575. 1(800)( ) 1 use".allows. you to flip to anv super simple, ,to use. .
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forth Georgia Mountains 397.6 acres it DA S would tike to think Starts/Bradford County for your support '
2 Ba home
Prim. development property, 1/2 mile building lots. Call today I ERA Tiffin Payments As low As '2500 per week '" "". "
major highway frontage,
county water & Owens, Inc., REALTOR 9645065. 'I'f'h i '
system, approximately 70 acres open, 10/31 I ,, .:
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balance wooded, creek,
streams, Ij "
borders Western North Carolina Ideal j 66 Ford Mustang ConvertibleMint MY '" ,nI'
golf Course, homes, townhouse or con-
do development, $2,000 per acre showplace condition. 32,000 original miles.
terms Jenkins Realty Group, P.O. Box Subscribe Today I New window sticker. See to believe! __ I
734, Blairsvllle, Ga. 30512, BRADFORD COUNTY
18005543232.( ) It 10/31 Could be a trophy winner. .
JOB OPPORTUNITIES 964.6305 .. -.- .

81 Mere. Caprl'- 82 Buick Regal LTD
eml Driver Training Earn big bucks- PERSONAL SERVICESNETTLES Rally Sport Alt. Auto
Tu Tone, 4 Dr.
Local big and trucks national D.O.T. Certification.placementassistance. .. ap. AC, AMiFM Stereo Stereo Nice Family Cart! -. SAW'( .

Correspondenceresidenttraining. TREE SERVICE Tree removal Back, Nice Car $4 99 5 j
Eligible Institution for Federal and pruning. Also firewood oak and
I Aid, GSL. Call 1(800)251-9042.( ) United pine for sale Call Thomas Nettles $3995
Truck Master. Resident training: Tam 4963823. tfn 12/22 "
pa, Fla.. It. 10/31 Honest trustworthy woman seeks house 78 Mercury Cougar 80 Grand Prix
cleaning lobs in Union and Bradford White with Red Interior
PS, PW Door Locks, Stereo .
MISCELLANEOUS Counties. Call 431-1010 Itpd. 10/31 Loaded
1695 *3595

tales Events, Promotions, Grand OpenIngs. .
Rent/buy giant flying blimp, 20' REAL ESTATE
beer coke can, tire. Flying hamgurgerand OUT OF AREA 77. Buick Century 77 I Impala I S/W/ :
others) Visible for miles I Amazing 4 Dr., while wIred Inter. _
results, worldwide! Anyone can af- 1 exc. cond., auto, air AC, PS Very Clean Wagon!
ford I Details: 18006267446.( ) It 10/31 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY 1488
Free Christmas Gifts Have a House of ? If I don't have it, I'll find It- Just c: L
Lloyd party and receive$40 In free gifts ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR. '
and more. For Information call Anita 496.2126 or 496-2903, eves. "YOUR
Thomas at 496.2265 or Robin Thomas at UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tfn 70 Chev Monte Carlo 78 Hon a Ace
496-1317 alter 6 P.M. 10/31 Land For Sale Approximately 3 acres.
Itchg AC, Auto 3 dr., Hatchback, Stereo
Particolly wooded, well and septic Excellent Condition
tank, mobile homes okay. Hale and A/C Burgundy
Associates Real Estate, Inc. Call 9129'Cash 2495
496-3939 or 462-3068. chg. tfn
RENTi Union CountyTimes, 150 79 Chrysler Cordoba '80 Plymouth I \
Champ ,
Main Street, Lake Butler. Phone INSURANCEMAINES You Name It... It Has III '
496-2261 for Information tfn Burgundy on i burgundy w/burg. Int. 5 sp., overdrive A/C stereo I
Clean Car
Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished INSURANCE AGENCY 160 SLake Excellent Carl sun rod Real
call 964-6385 or 4962751. $275 Avenue, Lake Butler, 496.3978 2495 2488
month tfn/chg first last, and security deposit. Complete Insurance Service tfn THE BLUE GIANT

Room in private home for congenial person .
non-smoker, references required.Call 78 Olds Cutlass 84 Trans-AM COVERS YOUR HOME WITHA
4963087. tfn
Saver w/burg./ Inter. Black A Gold
Mobile furnished.Home In Two nice bedroom park, fenced one yard bath, Subscribe I $21:95/ I 9600 BLANKET OF WARMTH

utility house. Adults only. No pets. :
$180., plus security deposit, Sawyer gives you the selection you want
references. Powell's 496-3377. Itpd. Lake Butler/ : 73 PU 81 Ford Escort Wg
10/31 Chevy for all your heating needs. Save 50% to
Auto newly rebuilt eng. Auto A/C, Stereo
FOR SALE 496-2261 Call J 1488 2488 60% compared to electric resistant heat.

77 Dodge Aspen 80 Delta 88 Dearborn
$0 percent offll Flashing arrow signs Auto AC, 2 Door Hatchback Very Nice Family Car VANGUARD

$263111.Unlighted $199.Lighted(Free, Non-arrow lettersl).$247.See ... ,,",.. _. .. _a95 _.. >N s 995 Cash.J 35000 Automatic to 65,000 GAS 15,000 HEATER 25000 BTU
locally? Limited quortif/T 'fWfryl-S.' .. -. "\Sp-r, .' Automatic blower
1(800)423-0163( ) anytime.Also( Giant ,. THE a 80 Ford Pinto Pony BTU.I
76 Datsun B-210
Blimp sale! Big profits! Don't loseoutll Priced $ Priced
New Engine w/all new parts 198
) It. 10/31 S Speed A/C From From
Wall unit, lighted, dining table and six SHOP $ 1995
chairs, both walnut finish. Sofabeige( I IOWcrNe.
and brown) Must see to appreciate.Call 964.5764
496.3206, after 6 P.M. Itpd. 10/24 rIrNYrl0. I Ix 78 Cutlass Cruiser
Twelve pigs estimated weight, 30 +r \ 80 Olds Omega Wagon One Owner Yours BUY QUALITY BUY SAWYER
pounds each Price $12 each. Call 2 Dr. AC, PS, Extra Clean t 53,000 Acl. Miles

Dinette 496-3332 Table Itpd.with 10/31 4 chairs, double bed $2195j5 2995 [P; SAWYERGASCHECKrM
twin bed, patio furniture and Dunlap
steel-belted radial tires. All good con rv '* hSe
dition. Call 431.1432, after 4 P.M. COMPANY

Phllco Itchg. 10/31 19" black and white TV. Shop & Compare I 11 I NI r 332 W. Madison St. Starke 964-7701

lawnmower, 22" 3 HP. $40 each, or Special Insurance for I
best offer Itchg. 1031SubscrIbe Mobil.Horn Parks I
All types of homeowners
'policies for 1

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473-2210 Olin's Mobile
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HELP WANTED Elaine M. Olin, Agent I

II. ...964.5606Need oecotaons
WardClerk Immediate full time position r rcV S GALORE!
medical experience
available. Previous
required. Apply to personnel: : '

Center Lake Butler Lake Hospital Butle/-, 4962323.Hand Surgery Equal Jr'tk; : t>>ens Come to Hallmark your Halloween store for fun

Opportunity Employer.ltchg. 10/31 treats the kids will love!
Texas 011 Company needs mature person
for short trips surrounding Union Draperies?

Write County. Contact K.B. Dickerson customers. We Pres.train., Call Loma Stephens H

Southwestern Petroleum Box 789, Ft. 496-2219
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I: FPL test finds solar power reliable \

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After a year of operating its first had been no clouds in the nine mon- The test unit at a substation near
solar generating unit,Florida Power ths since the data collection systemfor the company's headquarters Madame June Now Appearing
& Light Company has found the the solar panels began operating, building at 9250 W.Flagler St.began
technology to be as reliable as the it would have measured output of operating In August, 1984. Output
sun that powers it, but more expen- about 19,600 kilowatt hours. The actual from the unit feeds transformer fans PSYCHIC Southbound Band
sive than conventional power output was about 12,100 kilowatt and other equipment at the substa-
generating systems. hours. tion. When this equipment does not Cards &
The test is being conducted over a The cost of each solar-generated require power the.excess is fed into Friday & Saturday 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
5-year period to learn how much kilowatt hour during the first year the FPL system. Palm ReadingLocated Mixed Drinks Beer & Wine
electricity such a unit actually was about 57 cents.The comparative ,
generates In the South Florida en- figure for conventional oil-fired The unit converts solar energy In Palatka
vironment."So generation is 6.4 cents and for directly into electrical energy as Call for Appointment SMITH LAKE
far we have learned that the nuclear generation, 3.5 cents. sunlight strikes silicon photovoltaic
:, system works whenever the sun Although solar electrical energy is cells. The system is comprised of 9-9 Mon. thru Sat. BAR & PACKAGE STORE
shines. It is very reliable In that more expensive than energy two rows of solar panels,each 70 feet
respect, but the problem Is that the available from conventionalsources long and feet wide. It has the added ((904)328-2228) CR 214 in AAcRae. Turn on CR 214 at Lake Geneva,
sun is often blocked or filtered by ,the price has been decreas- feature of tracking the sun; both come- out((6)six miles.
. clouds," according to Project ing, as research continues. A rows of panels slowly pivot in orderto J .. ..
Manager Gary Michel. breakthrough could make solar continue to face the sun directly, i..2'.:.:..,.
feasible and, if thus getting the maximum benefit
Even when there appears to be lit- power economically
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operates, but at greatly. reduced it through use of the present The five-year test will cost approx-
power output. Michel noted. If therp system..MiohH !'I nl I(1 imately $280,000.
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