Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01366
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Only rain in the county was Nov. 9 showers. Co-Op Honor. . ..B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

30-year average rainfall January-November is 51.86 inches. So Aroa Doothl. ..78.B10B I07th Year STARK K:, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Wore rioting Trial on Tap


My Fair Lady... {

My Fair Lady, a dinner-theatre M S In 4 Death

stage production presented by The .
Bradford Players and the Junior t
Woman's Club of Starke, opens this
week for two consecutive Friday
and Saturday nights Nov. 15-16 and
22-23. A Sunday matinee! is set Nov. i
17.Tickets r r Ypt Auto Accident

are available through any
Junior Woman's Club member,
Chastain's Jewelry, Denmark Fur- Gary Lynn Taylor, an Altoona, FL Judge Green denied the motion of
niture, and by calling Ms. Debbie truck dnver whose semi collided Public Defender Dennis Wells, whois
Connaughton, phone 964-5326. last summer with a car killing four representing Taylor, to allow
people, is scheduled to go on trial Taylor to consume beer while in jail
Floral Design... i Nov. 18 on eight charges that could awaiting trial. Wells claimed Taylor
net him up to 60 years in tail. had developed a chronic alcohol
Applications for Floral Design A jury will be selected Monday, tolerance. Wells argued the
Classes are being taken by the .9 _I -I Nov. 18. The trial is expected to take tolerance was so great that Taylor
Community Education Program at __ place in two days next Tuesday and could funtion normally after con-
the Bradford-Union Vocational 11 4Vti1 Wednesday, Nov. 1920. suming large quantities of alcoholic
Center in Starke, phone 964-6150. d Taylor, 47, is charged with four beverages.To .
These are special classes for -i counts of vehicular homicide and prove that point,attorney Wells
Thanksgiving and Christmas floral four counts of DWI manslaughter. asked that Taylor be allowed to con-
decorations. Please contact the Vo- Taylor's semi-tractor and trailer sume beer in jail to redevelop the
Tech Center phone 9646150. An ad- collided last July 20 on SR-21 with a alcohol tolerance, which may have
vanced course will begin Nov. 7 car occupied by seven persons, deteriorated during Taylor's three
and end Dec. 19. In Honor Of. .. ; Yf kIt fatally injuring four of them. Taylor months in Jail. Wells said he shouldbe
had a blood-alcohol level of.24,more allowed to test and demonstrate
Small Business... than twice the amount necessary fora Taylor's ability to consume alcohol
was a nice gathering local veterns drunk driving charge. and not become intoxicated. Wells
A business analyst for one-on-one said of the group of some 100 persons Killed at the scene of the accident said he intends to show, even if it is
consultations will be available the ,
last gathered to honor our servicemen on 1.7 miles south of Starke on SR-100, proved that Taylor's bloodalcohollevel
Friday of each month, the next
Katie Crawford 32 was .24, that Taylor was not in-
Veterans Day. were Campbell ;
meetings being Nov. 22 and Dec.
ROTC member her sister, Gretha Campbell Cain, toxicated, and therefore, not guiltyof
At from left
20.The =a 34, and Cain's 8-year-old daughter, the charges.
Small Business DevelopmentCenter
Jesse Simmons featured speaker Cmdr. fw
Melanie Johnson. Cain's son, 9-year. intend to pre
(SBDC), Gainesville, an- Sandy Sanderson and Post 56 Cmdr. v old Aaron Johnson, died the follow- sent evince that Taylor had con-
nounces the beginning of the mon- sumed nine beers the 12
Bob Brown. + ing afternoon at Bradford Hospital. during
thly management information and Another in the Ker- hours proceeding the accident, and
assistance sessions at the Starke- At right, middle: Veteran Jimmy
of when
had blood-alcohollevel ,24
rie Crawford, 9, was seriously in- a
Bradford County Chamber of Com- Epps plants a wreath laid of the Brad- r, jured. Two other passengers, Dallas his 1980 Kenworth semi-tractor col-
merce for actual and prospective ford memorial by Mr. and Mrs. Sid Sid- Lamar Crawford, 41, and Michael lided with a 1979 Ford LTD carryingseven

business owners. dons for the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Crawford, 14, received minor in- members of a Raiford family.
The SBDC is a service of the
At bottom Mrs. Toni Coss escortedby l juries. According to a Florida Highway
State and the :
System ,
gip Four charges of second degree Patrol report, Taylor was travelingon
U.S. Small Business Administration. ROTC member Rita Geddes returns
murder against Taylor were dropped SR-100 about 1.7 miles east of
There is no charge for the ses- under the raised swords of the York Nov. 4 by Circuit Judge R.A. Starke when he pulled into the west-
sions. For more information, call wreath "ry extended bound lane. Dallas Crawford at-
Rite from Lawtey from laying a (Buzzy) Green. After an
the Chamber, phone 9645278.Arte for the Post 56 Auxiliary. investigation the state could not prove tempted to avoid the crash by pullIng -
that Taylor showed a high degreeof into the eastbound lane. When f4 I
,. ., I; .,, w Intent when his truck swerved out Taylor pulled back into the east- I
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The second annual arts and FhMol the Crawford car, Assistant State trailer collided with the left front
crafts festival sponsored by the Attorney Tom Elwell said. and left side of Crawford's car.
Brooker Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment is set Dec. 7.
It is open to arts and crafts of all
categories. Cash and ribbon awards
will be given. For more informa- Fire Dept. Water
tion, write to: Program Director ;
Tony Stalnaker, BVFD, P.O. Box
127, Brooker, FL 32622. Itf lw

Upcoming... Topics at BrookerThe

The Bradford County Commis-
sion meets Monday Nov. 18, at 9:30:

a.m. in the courthouse. The com- Volunteer fire department and Stalnaker also said that three more
mission is meeting a week later t needed deadend lines to
-s r- w e the water system took-up the ma- were on
than usual this month. / of the Brooker Council's allow them to be flushed as well.
The Bradford School Board will jority scheduled monthly Robinson is to contact PCI in
meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18, in ffj meeting Tuesday evening, Nov. 12. Gainesville to determine prices for
the administration building on N. : the needed work.

Temple Ave. Fire Dept. News... Work on the water tower hasn't
The Starke Commission will
With the purchase of a used begun yet, but is expected to be
meet Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m
started It will include
will soon. paintingthe
truck chassis, the firemen soon
in hall.
city will be riding to fires with a vehicle that tower, extending the drain pipe
meet The next Starke Thursday Zoning, Nov. 21, at 7p.m. they can depend on again.Accordingto through the cat walk,flushing the in-
Vet Finds The Real America'Cmdr.
in city hall. chief Tony Ray Stalnaker, the side and replacing a screen over a
pump and tank from the old truck vent to keep insects and animals out.
The Bradford County Zoning
An annual service contract was of-
ready to be moved to the new
Board will meet hall.Tuesday, Nov. 26, Robert (Sandy) Sanderson, one. The hold-up has been in finding fered the city for $650 a year but
at 7 p.m. in city a Navy fighter pilot and a veteran of Wreaths Laid in Honor of Veterans... something to lift the tank and pump they decided to flush the tank
Club. the Vietnam Conflict, expressed his unit. themselves. To do this they needed a
Gator QB .. pride in the U.S. Armed Services, Starke civic groups laid wreaths at the foot of the Veterans' Memorial pressure valve to allow the use of the
Dan Couglin, the defensive line pledged to uphold the tradition of honoring the dead and living veterans of all four braches of service, the "Fire season is getting here pump to keep the lines full of water
coach for the UF Gators, will speakat those who have died in defense of Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard, during a Veteran's quick," said councilman Joe while the tank is drained. Accordingto
8 p.m. at the Gator QuarterbackClub freedom, and spoke of the real Day observance here Monday, Nov. 11. Tolleson, as he urged that the work C.J. Stalnaker it will coat about
meeting tonight (Thursday, United States of America. Mrs. Beverly Blackshear was honored as the Gold Star Mother present be completed.The $100.

Nov. 14) at the Starke Golf and Several times the some 100 per because her son Jimmy, a Army paratrooper, died in Vietnam. Mrs. radiator on the newly purchased "I think that someone needs to go
County Club. The social begins at 7 sons present at the veteran's Blackshear, escorted by a member of the Bradford High ROTC unit,laid truck needs some attentionas into that tank evey year and look at
memorial on South Walnut Street the first wreath the foot of the memorial. well said Stalnaker, indicatingthat it," said Gene Melvin. "Its been five I
p.m.The Club will meet Nov. 21, an and US-301 in Starke interrupted Wreaths were also placed by: it was coated with cement.He since anyone has been in
open date week for UF. The Cmdr. Sanderson with polite applause AI Crosby for American Legion Post 56. was urged to get enough anti- years there."
speaker will be Bo Bayer, IJF as the commander of Attack Mrs. Toni Coss. for the Post 56 Ladies Auxiliary.Mr. freeze to go in it by mayor Blake
recruiting coordinator, will speak. Squadron 82 at Cecil Field NAS and Mrs. Sid Siddons for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hamilton, with cold weather just Work on the pumphouse has been
honored the veterans present and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Youmans for the DAV. around the orner."We've completed in time for the approaching -
Square Dance... told of his own exploits. (Check this ID>...Mrs. Evelyn Griffin for the Starke Woman's Club. cold weather.
There is dance the first Servicemen leaving for Vietnam Mrs. Herb Thomas for the Junior Woman's Club of Starke. lost one pager, said Water testing required by the
a square Stalnaker and explained that a
aboard the aircraft carrier Nimitz
Scott Roberts for the Kiwanis Club. Department of Environmental
month at the
Saturday Lake every Civic Center. had to walk several miles to board AI Crosby and School Supt. Jim Duncan for the Starke Rotary Club. fireman had put it on the dash of his Regulation will set the city back

Kingsley The next dance is Dec. 7. ship because of protesters, then the Mike Cooney for the Chamber of Commerce.Mrs. truck and it subsequently disap- $715. The testing was arranged
square carrier had to work its througha of America. peared."I Florida Rural Water
The is going to the annual way Lela Siddons for the Volunteers through the
group bunch of small boats also Starke Golf and Country Club. Association with the test being for
O'Lenaequare dance. The protesting Judge George Pierce for the think he needs to try a little
Camp the war as it sailed under the under the raised swords of the Yor Rite volatile compounds and
first Saturday of the month The wreaths were carried harder to see if he can't find it, said organic syn-
dances will Golden Gate Bridge leaving San group from Lawley. "He's for it." thetic organic contaminants.
Lake signed
Kingsley in December square: Francisco. Coming back from Viet- The Spirit Bradford Marching Band from Bradford High School, in Tolleson. Deadline for the test is April 1, 1986. I
resume 5:30 covered dish nam the same protesters had to be grand form under director Buddy Ball, entertained the crowd with a "We don't have that manx
p.m., supper. tolerated by the returning ser- dozen tunes, and played the national anthem. (volunteer fireman) and we don t Miscellaneous...
8 6:30 p.m.mainstream workshop.square vicemen, "... and we were over The nag was lowered to half mast ale 11 a.m. In honor of those who diedIn need to lose any," said council chair- 'The city will have a public hear- I
dance. there fighting for their right to pro- defense the country man Carl Edwards about the loss. ing Dec. 3, at 7:30: p.m. to determine
Caller Ken Perez.PreRetirement. test," said Cmdr. Sanderson, whose "Their blood sweat, and sacrifice was made ao we can stand here today what to do about putting the garbage
: buddy and team pilot,was shot down In freedom to enjoy our democratic way of life" said Major Bob The two self-contained breathing collection system on a break even
: and killed over Vietnam. Brown, commander of American Legion Post 56. Major Brown expressed units on hand at the departmentneed basis. Right now, they are going In
Mail A disheartened Sanderson then got pride In the tournout.which Included Carl Richie, a veteran of both WW-I to have their air regulators the hole about $500 according to
Learn By .. into his little car and headed west to and WW-II. Richie's grandson, also named Carl, a Sea Cadet with the changed over from demand air to Robinson."It '

Retirement years can be a great visit his father, a veteran and the F.D. Roosevelt Unit, NAS Jacksonville, was part of the honor guard.son pressure air systems, the chief said. ought to pay for itself," said
phase of life. It affords the oppor- man Cmdr. Sanderson most ad- Clerk Linda Robinson is to check Blake Hamilton.
tunity to do all of those things you mires. On the way, Sanderson stop- and determine how much it will cost mayor The increase from
never had time to do while work- ped in Elk City, Oklahoma a small who noted that in Russia peopleare Sanderson. That's why Americans the city and advise the council aboutit $3.50 to suggested$5 month. was.
midwest town, to eat. Looking at his herded to parades at gunpoint, are unsettled over the dead still at the next meeting. per
ing.Planning for retirement, short haircut, three older gentlemenat and aren't too happy about it. behind in Vietnam, and unsettled
however, is a major consideration.It a table in a small restaurant ask- "We're here because we want to because of the hostages in Lebanon. Qualifying for next'year's election -'
can make the difference between ed if Sanderson was a serviceman. be," noted the fighter pilot. "We don't forget those Water System Woes... is from Dec. 30 until Jan 4, with
enjoying those leisure years or Reluctantly, Sanderson admitted he Why do Americans honor the shipmates," says Sanderson. "Our Standpipes in the water lines seem the contest for two council seats being -
struggling through them. was pilot just returned from Viet- dead even those who died fightingfor tradition is we don't" leave our deadon to have been getting lost over the Feb. 18.Insurance.
It is never too early to begin nam. The men chatted awhile with American 100 years or more the battlefield. years in Brooker and Tony f
planning, especially If you are lookIng the pilot, then invited him to their ago?, Stalnaker has been given the job of Brooker- for next the water year will cost L
$511 department
at retirement in five or 10 American Legion meeting. The "Because we value life," said Vets Honored.. finding them for the city. When he and
$3 021 for the
Service is offering meeting was never held because the Cmdr. Sanderson.. Current service personnel use police car
years.The Extension comes as close as he can, he is supposed and two fire trucks. *
a six parts Learn-By-Mail veterans at the American Legion That's why Americans are taken veterans groups a lot, Cmdr. to mark the spots and have the
series to ist in preparing for post chatted for four hours with the hostage, he noted. Other countries Sanderson said. city maintenance man Doc Drawdy
retirement. Information will be returning Vietnam veteran know Americana value life more Today's armed services patternnew dig them out as he gets time. Increased salaries for the clerk,
sent to your home for your conve- "I learned where the real Americais than those in other countries value recruits after those who have volunteer1 fire chief and firemen
'nience. ," said Cmdr. Sanderson. the lives of their own citizens, he gone before them. .. He .also recommended that a were approved by the council. The
If interested contact the Extension aid. "We spend a lot of time teachlnsew put in the lower end of clerk will now make$400 per month i
Office, phone 9644280, Ext. We Don't Forget. "We value life so much we honor recruits how to wear that the Care Subdivision so that the the fire chief $75 and firemen$10 for
234. It's curious, why we gather on the dead. We are unsettled, until our uniform." lines could be flushed thoroughly.. each fire they attend. .
Veteran's Day said Cmdr Sander- dead are returned said Cmdr.


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Never Let a.Woman in Your Life...
I Could've Danced All Night...
Professor Henry Higgins (Bill Wilson, Jr., above) tells Col. Pickering
(Bernie Akrldge) about the troubles a man encounters when he lets a Eliza Doolittle (Debbie Woodfln) Is tucked into bed whirl In the living room to the tune of "The Rain In
woman get hold of him. \ by Professor Hlggins'servant Mrs.Pearce(Carol Bar- Spain" and she realizes that she cares much more for
''Let a woman In your life and you are plunging In the knife, I'd be nauskas) after finally getting the pronunciation of him than she thought.
equally as willing for a dentist to be drilling," sings Higgins, "I shall "The rain In Spain fall mainly on the plain" correct at The first performance of the Broadway musical"My
never let a woman In my life.famous words. 3 a.m. Fair Lady" is set for this weekend. It Is being
Come see how lllgglns is proved wrong. Professor Hlggins Is so overjoyed that the hours of presented by the Bradford Players and the Starke
The Bradford Players and the Starke Junior Woman's Club will begin work have finally paid off that he takes Eliza for a Junior Woman's Club. For more details, see Page 9A.

performances of the Broadway musical "My Fair Lady" this weekend.See .
Page 9A for more: details.

I Tornado Talk -

By Michelle Hall Don't forget about the meetings Attention... of specially designed"wrapper"collection oriented special events to help to rock-a-thon Nov. 22. We are trying
every Tuesday evening starting at Members of the Bradford High boxes in small retail, conve- generate wrapper contribution. to raise money for a trip to France
6:30 p.m. in Miss Swift s room. School Key Club are joining forces nience and drug stores in their com- next summer (86). This trip will be
and Seniors.... Nov. 18-22 is "Key Club Week," with 112,000 of their fellow Key Club- munities. Yearbooks... very educational. We will be learn-
Anyone planning to take classes at which is hosted by the local Kiwanis. bers around the country to launch a Quaker Oats will donate 50 cents to The last and final sale of the Tor- ing about their culture, lifestyle and
Santa Fe Community College during This special week honors Key Club major national fund raising program Save the Children for each Quaker nado will be next week, Nov. 18-22. language. Don't let us miss out on
the next year should fill out an application members. All Key Club membersare sponsored by Quaker Oats to Chewy Granola Bar ,and Quaker They are $17 each, with an addi- this once in a lifetime chancel! Sponsor -
for Santa Fe and take the encouraged to attend the benefit the Save the Children Dipps Granola Bar wrapper tional $2 for a plastic cover and $3 a member today!
ACT Nov. 22. SFCC application Kiwanis luncheon Nov. 19 at the Federation.The deposited in the collection boxes by for name. A table will be set up in Football...
forms are available from Ms. Alison Steak House. program, entitled "Help customers. The company will also the office before school, during
Aljets in the Guidance Office. For donate to$4 to Save the Childrenfor Tomorrow night we will be hosting
Quaker Oats Save the Children, in- up lunch, and after scjool, or you may
more information see SFCC The 1985-86 Club each collection box placed on Tavares. Our season record is 80.
Key are: volves 3,400 Key Clubs in the largest buy one from a member of the An-
Outreach Counselors Gerri Stephanie Thornton, president; single nation-wide fund raising effort display in a store by a Key Club nual Staff. Thank you, coaches, for training and
Singleton or Dolores Sergman at the Lynn Barber, vice-president; in the history of Key Club Inter- member. teaching our players. Without y'allwe .
BUS Library every Thursday during Michelle Hall, secretary, and .national. The Key Club Is planning a varietyof Rock-A-Thon... wouldn't have a No. 1 ranked
lunch, or drop by the new SFCC Sharyn Ford, treasurer. The spon- Members of the Key Club from special in-school and community- The French Club will be having team. Thank you, from all of your
a Tornado fans.NOVEMBER .
Starke Center in the Old Courthouse. sors are Sheryll Swift and Benita coast-to-coast, including membersof .
Franklin. Gray Flynn is our the Bradford High School Key
Key Clubbers... Kiwanis sponsor. Club, have begun placing thousands:
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Get Outa the Mud at Football Games...? Protects Your Files

Remember how muddy It was at the Bradford High ieldhouse, and in front of the Band Booster concession up to 1700 for One Hour BOND
stadium the night of the homecoming with Pax-
game stand. The space between the bleachers and present
onT Well BUS Principal AI Bother has a plan to do sidewalk will be filled In. The sidewalk In back of the 7E45210118,
something about It, but no money In the school budget.So field house would be widened by nine feet from the cur Reg. $755. PAPER
sports fans, here's chance. to pitch In and do rent six feet, and space In front of the Band Boosters
something about it., concession stand will be widened to 21 feet by 44 feet. COMPUTERPAPER 8'hx11
BUS Is selling yard square of concrete for $7.50 In all., it will take 282 square yards of concrete. $595
each, with your name or Initials stenciled In the School employees were snapping up the square last
square. To subscribe for a square, or several squares, week. PRICE GET ONE FREE
contact ,Wanda Prevatt at the BUS office, phone .
9644092. Dr. Bother would like the area Immediately outsidethe All Sizes
: Plans are to widen the sidewalks Inside the stadlum- ticket gate will be done In a later project.The Cityof ADD & Grades
In front of the. concrete bleachers_ In_back of the Starke will be asked to pitch In with some labor.is ALL


I 84-85 a Bad Year For Forest FiresThis ONE 2V4"DOZEN In Stock

has been the worst year for what would take to prosecute, said. His goal is to reach 500 acres GET 6 ROLLS FREE BANKERS 15 % Off

wild fires since 1981, forester Tom said Hannon. per year with private landowners. _
Hannon told the county commission Hannon also reminded commissioners Some 210 acres were control burn-
Monday morning, Oct. 21, in the annual the Dept. of Forestry ed, Norton said. ..: : BOXES
-report for fiscal year 1984-83 operates a truck lease program,and -j:; ..
which ended Sept. 30. said there are currently five trucks 'On Boat Ramp... "" THE l- A 10% 'OFF ALL SIZES i't j
There was a 55 percent increase in leased to Bradford County. The Game and Fresh Water Fish OFFICE ,
wild fires over last year, said Han: There is also a DOF program for Commission has approved the coun- No. 701 Letter N
non,the area supervisor in charge of volunteer fire departments to get ty's plan for a boat ramp and basinon SHOP
forestry rangers that do the fire SO-SO matching monies ,for equip-- Cypress Run on the west side of I 2.98 ;.
fighting. 1,400 acres burned in 84-83, ment. The HeUbron Dept. got some Sampson Lake, said Zoning Director j HOW.Coll St. ea _
compared :to 219 acres in 83-84. funds In 84-85. Hannon said, so pro- L.M. Gaines, who Is in charge of the rA 964-5764 .
Worst fire was a 650-acre. burn near bably the funds will be allocated to a project.The t
Sampson City. different department this year, Han- Cypress Run project is ;iii!$ti Stork*.Flo.: No. 702 Legal ;'r
East Lawtey and the Pleasant non said. estimated at 11000.The county has .
Grove sections have been the worst Forester David Norton reportedhe $20,000 being held by the state from t 3.65 ea jjj
areas for small fires, said Hannon assisted 76 landowners with tree fishing license fees paid In the coun-. ,
Trouble is from people setting fires, growing programs,including 10 new ty. 50 cents from each license pur -
but with one Investigator for four clients. From 300 to 400 acres were chased goes into the fund to improve
counties it is next to impossible! to replanted in pines, which is the ma- facilities. It took three months to
catch somebody red-handed, which jor emphasis of his program,Norton have the deal approved by the state,


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itr t Chief Eunice ReinstatedWaldo .. 'I

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M 1 Police Chief Julius Eunice or retaliate against them for "
was reinstated with exercising apologized to the council ..for any
a reprimand for their
legal rights.
conducting action I've done which may have
city business while intoxicated
Eunice denied the accusa- caused city resident to feel bad-
rv, by Mayor Louie Davis in any
r. tions.
ac- He
acknowledged that he bad
ly think
tion Tuesday or I can't do this Job. I want
packed night, Nov. 12, before a driven a car after drinking but main to thank each and every one of you

4s room. city commission meeting tained he was always in control of for your support. I feel like
>cA4J his faculties and unimpaired. At no have been
prayers answered/
\ i .. 1 1r Eunice, a Lawtey native and time did he drink and drive while on Eunice said.
former .
law officer for the of
duty, Eunice said. The
rFr Starke city hall audience showing
Bradford County, and Mayor Davis' letter said that near unanimous support for the

after Hampton Mayor, was Davis suspended Nov. 7 while Eunice may have thought he popular chief burst into applause.

plaints from received com- was not officially acting as police Mayor Davis indicated the public
all four
{+ ,p and some police officers chief during some discussions with support shown for Eunice did not

Eunice residents that Chief subordinates, ...it must be determine or limit the disciplinary
r while city business understood by you that whether 'on' action."I .

Waldos intoxicated and threatened duty or 'off' duty your discussions don't think the accusations
four police officers over with subordinate officers
concerning him
against warranted
their. union any more
activity. Waldo Police Business "
is conducting disciplinary action
Mayor Davis
"After a full review of this ,
matter official business and must at all said. ,
I have decided to lift the ,
suspension times be treated
as such.
and Standing in a group after the Tues-
restore you to your position as "However
whether 'on'
duty or day night city council
Chief meeting on
of Police of the of
effective City Waldo duty, it is inappropriate for the one side of the entrance to the Waldo

do find it immediately.to issue However, I Chief of Police to conduct any City city hall, were Mayor Davis, two of
business I
necessary a repri-
while intoxicated the
mand to or while city council members, and Chief
you and caution you regar- having consumed
alcoholic In another
group some
ding these
matters Mayor Davis beverages. It is inappropriate for yards away stood the four police of-
wrote in
a letter read Tuesday night you to drive or be in actual ficers
physical and a few of the 800 Waldo
t Nov. 12
a Waldo commission
city control of
meeting. a motor vehicle while residents, discussing the statements

The four drinking alcoholic beverages... It is they had aired publicly.
In a Waldo policemen stated inappropriate for you to be in an in- Eunice was appointed police chiefof
hearing Monday night
in the City limits Waldo
Nov. years ago, and is paid
11, that Chief Eunice had of Waldo
con- or in public between
I IL anywhere
$25,000 and$
I ',. icated ducted and official business while intox- Davis said. Eunice, who lives in Star r, is year.the
frequently drove while
I --0. '.;:;.1 son of Harold Eunice of Lawtey and
_. drinking. One some of the occasions The mayor also warned Chief the brother
to Bradford
the officers said Eunice was Eunice against reprisals toward Deputy Sheriff County

.operating a motor vehicle or was on police officers who testified against Julius Eunice worked Sammy Eunice.
duty. him. as a Starke

The policeman for about five years in the
Eunice officers also complained that Reports say Eunice was visibly early 1970s and, for about eight months -

I .w i t ta interfered with their right to relieved by the mayor's decision. was a Bradford County deputy

r.nrt organize and bargain collectively Immediately after Davis read the sheriff. He has also served as police
throntr-nprl f to improperly r"'i letter the .
37-year-old police chief chief of Hampton.

s-f:Y : :; ;' v': r 1. -J. ) Hampton Considers Water System I IIn

r. -.. .... -,
a quiet gathering at the regular engineering studies. the cost of a children Christmas

meeting held Tuesday, November Members have indicated a strong party to be held Saturday,

12, the Hampton city council asked desire to help the residents of the December 21, at the city hall. The

$1,000 Donation for SFCC Starke Center... city attorney Reggie. Flynn to file a Villas in their repeated requests for party will be preceded by the annual

Tom, JoAnn, and Jim Rowe donated $1,000 to thu donation was made in memory of Tom's grand- tensions.pre-application fc water system ex- participation in Hampton s water Christmas Parade which.will begin

Starke Center for Santa Fe Community College this parents, Mrs. Eoline W. and Mr. W. Hogan Smith, lifelong The group will seek to system.In at 3 p.m.Will .
Monday morning Nov. 4. obtain ......,.. ..
residents of Bradford County. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe financing from
Farmers Home Ad- other business, the :
Dr. Bernard McFadden, coordinator of SFCC Starke now live in Lake Mary FL, near Sanford. Their son, ministration for system Improvements group purchase on a two year time

Center, accepts the $1,000 check from Tom Rowe. At Tom, is currently a member of the Starke Fire Depart- to include a 2,700 foot- Heard a presentation from Liberty schedule a new radar unit for the

right are Tom's parents JoAnn Smith Rowe and Jim- RlPnt extension in order to service several National Insurance offering the police department, at a total'cost of

,my Rowe, who grew up in Starke. citizens living in the Hampton Villas city a health protection plan for all $1,320. The department reported a

subdivision. employees. The cost of the plan total activity of 44 incidents, in-

would be over $1,800 per month, and cluding 22 traffic arrests.

: "; The pre-application will give the was took under advisement by the

': city a good idea of the feasibility of group. Gave raises to the marshal, of$20

.- ( ... J flit obtaining a loan before committingany per week, and to the city clerk of $75

-- city dollars toward expensive -AprPf'i! to commit $200 towards per month, to $375.property .

Regular airmail service was first established In 1918. .

Legal., NoticesIN _

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH Bids w'll be received' for General ing. Containing one ((1)I ) acre, more or 220 feet to point of beginning. Together with
: Range Automatic described
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD Liability Insurance', Automobile Liabilityand less. Also: an easement 15 feet in width Parcel B: Commence at the intersecion Washer Refrigerator Wall certificates In such certificate or
to Wall will be sold to the
FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Physical Damage, Equipment for Ingress and egress described as: of the Westerly boundary of the Carpet.At bidder highest
!J'I' c._ -.W.43-CA- ..... .1\'f. "ii 1.--n ';vI'EIap: Mpney a.*.Securities. ondi, 1\ Begin at the"NW corner at the, above ght of way of State Road 16 and the public sale, to the highest and best 10th day at of the courthouse: door on the
:>:I: ivfyni! JpnipensaMon. ',dtt rlbedtracttpoec.Agei7T.ItIF..rto} : December 1985.
$ _
14 fit t y tZf "lift > of.the.right ot.woy bidd.r "
I l -, -/orco.hror the front of- Dated this ...
Matrlag.bf entrance
In R.: Th. : '" A... MUST'ePX COMPietE* itW.S o'utrsWerly line ol Safe>Joad No. \ofd county road and run thence West the Bradford 16th day of October 1985.

BRENDA PINEDA.PetitionerWife PACKAGE BID ON ALL COUNTY INSURANCE 221. a 66 foot right of way; thence South along said Northerly boundary a Starke County Courthouse In Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk
Florida at 11.00: a.m. on the 5th Clerk of Clrcuir Court of Bradford
38 47'30" W County
LISTED ABOVE. along Southeasterly distance of 531.26 feet to a point, said day of December 1985. Florida
and THE BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF line of State Rood No. 221. 19.24 feet; point being 881.2 feet Easterly of the Dated this 8th of
HILARIO PINEDA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESERVESTHE thence East 14.23 feet thence North 15 Southwest corner of said SE 1/4 of NW day November 1985. 11/144tchg 12/5
RespondentHusband.NOTICE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY feet to the Point of Beginning, 1/4; run thence North a distance of CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy . . ..
OR ALL BIDS. 426.04 feet to an Iron stake; run thence
OF ACTIONTO Gilbert S. Brown Esther B. Ellerson PARCEL 2: Part of the SE 1/. of NE 1/4 of West 220 feet to an iron stake for a pointof Moody

: Hllario Pineda Clerk to the Board County Finance Dir. Section 25 Township 7 South Range 21 beginning. From point of beginningthus Donald L. Smith Esquire Deputy Clerk VERIFICATION ADVERTISEMENT FORM

Address Unknown 11/14 2tchg 11/21 East Bradford described continue West
County Florida described a distanceof 816 Barnett Bank Building This form documents that Suwannee
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that action for as follows: Begin at the SW of 110 feet to a point run thence South
an corner ; Jacksonville Florida
;. . . . 32202 River Economic Council Inc., for the
dissolution of marriage has been fliedagolnst said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 as marked by a and parallel to the Easterly boundary ofa Telephone: 904.354.3645 ing Programs submitted documents
and concrete monument thence E the lot deeded in Official Record Book 31
you you or. required to NOTICE OF ; on Attorney for Plaintiff public knowledge of
serve a copy of your written defenses if SHERIFF'SSALE South line of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/" 353.17 Page 468, Public Records of Bradford 11/14 2tchg 11/21 to the employment Bradford opportunities -

any. to It on BRENDA PINEDA Petitioner f.etto an iron pipe set at a fence corner; County Florida a distance of 162.04 feetto . . . .. Telegraph and that said took County
whose address Is Rt 1. Box 921 thence North 4330" W along said a point; run thence East a distance of Agency appropriate -

Starke, Florida. 32091 on or before fence, 207.03 feet to an iron pipe;; thence 110 feet to on Iron stake;; run thence WATER USE action to Insure publicknowl.dg.
Notice Is that I I. E. of the
December 19, 19SS and file the original hereby given Dolph North 3912'55" West 175.42 feet to an North 162.04 f..tto point of beginning.Said The St. Johns River Water Management employment opportunities
Reddish as sheriff of Bradford listed below
County. :
with the clerk of this court either' before Iron pipe on the Southeasterly right of sale shall be at public sale to the District has received' an application
Florida under and of of TITLE Director of
by virtue Writ : Senior Services
service on Petitioner or immediately way of S.R. No. 221 as established for a highest bidder for cash and In accordance for Consumptive Water Use from:
thereafter; otherwise a default will be Execution to wit: width of 66 feet; thence South 3847'30" with the aforedescribed Final KEYSTONE CLUB UTIL. CORP. INC., P. : 89912.00 per hour

entered against you for the relief Execution Issued out of County Court West on said right of way 367.50 feet to Judgment. Said sale shall be held at the O. Box 1354 Keystone Heights, Florida GENERAL LOCATION: Live Oak
of Bradford Florida RESPONSIBILITIES
demanded In the complaint or petition. County pursuant an Iron pipe on the West line of the Main (East) Door of the Bradford County 32656 Application 2-007-0002ANV, on for : Responsible
a Final Judgement for Daniel L. of general administrative
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Gripp aforesaid Southeast 1/4 of NE 1/4; Courthouse, in Starke, Florida at 11:00: 10/2/85. The applicant proposes to of all management
Jacksonville. Florida, and DavidGarrl.on. offered in
Court on November 3, 1985. against thence South along the said W.stlln. of a.m.. Eastern Standard Time, on the 2nd withdraw .018 MGD of GROUNDWATERFROM the programs
GILBERT BROWN defendant. In the amount of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 57.45 feet to the day of December THE FLORIDAN AQUIFER VIA 1 EXISTING elderly; Including planning
$1,814.49. together with costs of collec 1985.GILBERT budgeting, staff supervision and
As Clerk of the Court Point of Beginning.has S. BROWN WELL 8 1 PROPOSED WELL FOR coordination. pro.

By Beulah M. Moody tion.Have CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT PUBLIC SUPPLY to serve 240 acres) In gram
seized and have In DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS A four .
my possession been filed and B.ulah Bradford County located In Section 24.
As Clerk against
Deputy you you are By: MoodypeputyClerk
the described 11/7 2tchg 11/14 college from
following personalproperty I year degree an accredited
11/7 .tchg 11/28 to-wit required to serve a copy of your written ...... ....:........ Township 8 SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST. Institution. Four experience In
..... ...,............. : defenses, if any to It, on the plaintiff's \ The Governing Board of the District years
One ((1)) Panasonic Color Video community services, social services,
attorney, whose name and address Is will take action to grant or deny the applications ag
Camera Newvicon Model ing or related AMa.t.r'
CALL FOR BIDS Omnipro DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A., P. O. Drawer ( ) no sooner than 20 days from programs.
"Sealed bids" will be PK-975 with Camera Extension Cable, 1030 Stark., Florida 32091 TAX DEED the date of this notice. Should you be Interested Degree may be substituted for
accepted by th. No. 10H-30AS and one lens cleaning kit. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ernest one year of the required experience.. Experience -
and file In of the listed
the applications
with the ,
City of Stark. until 6:30 original clerk of the any
: p.m. November I L. Irene the holder
or Hunter of the be
One ((1)) Panasonic Omnivislon VHS as required may substitutedon
above should contact the St. Johns River
19 1985 for the styled court on or before you
purchase by the City of Portable Video Cassette Recorder following certificates has filed said certificates a year-to-year basis, for the coll.g.r.qulr.ment. .
the following: November 22 1985; otherwise a judge.ment Water Management District at P.O. Box
for deed be .
a tax to issued
Model No. PV-8000 Serial No.
be entered 1429, Palatka Florida 32078-1429 in
1 Mid-.Ize 4-door Sedan may against you for the or
thereon. The certificate numbers and SPECIAL QUALIFICATION Automobile
K4SA27045 with Carrying Case and : ,
relief demanded In the at its office on State Highway 100West
Persons Interested may obtain additional Panasonic Programmable Tuner/Timer complaint or years of Issuance, the description of th.prop.rty. person, Polatka Florida 904328.8321.Wrltt.n valid Fla. driver's license, automobile Insurance .
Information and specifications by petition. and the names In which it was and bondable. Resident' of the
Model PV-AB50, Serial No. K4SA27045.
contacting the City Clerk of WITNESS my hand and the seal of said objection to the applicationmay
City Stark., assessed follows SREC. Inc., service .
As of the above named are as : ar.a.TO
904-964-5027. property Court on October 21, 1985. be made, but should be received nolater
defendant and that on Monday the 18th Certificate No. 143 Y.arof l..uanc.1983 APPLY: Submit a resume to SREC
GILBERT than 14 days from the date of
2tchg 11/14 day of November 1985 at two o'clockon BROWNAs Description; of Property: No. 4508 W'of Inc.. P.O. Box 70, Live Oak Florida

.................... said day on the premises of the Brad- 10/24 4tchg 1114I.e. Clerk of said Court N'/i of NW1/4 of NW 1/4 SECTION 34, Identify publication.the objector Written objections by name and should address 32060.

ford County Jail. I will offer for sale and TWP 6 S, R22. and describe the SUWANNEE RIVER ECONOMIC COUNCIL
fully objection to
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA sell to the highest bidder for cash In ... .. . Name in which assessed: The Roost Investments the application. Filing a written objection INC., IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AF

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR hand, the above described property of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE EIGHTH Inc. does not entitle you to a Chapter FIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA said defendant to satisfy th. aforesaid JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD All of said property being In the County 120 Florida Statutes Administrative CLOSING DATE: November 22, 1985.
of Bradford State of Florida. Frances TerryNovember
CIVIL ACTION Execution COUNTY FLORIDA Hearing. Only those whose
CASE NO. 85461CA DOLPH E. REDDISH CIVIL CASE NO.: 84.662-CA Unless such certificate or certificates substantial interests are persons affected by the 6, 1985
SHERIFF shall be redeemed according to law the Suwannee River Economic Council 'Inc,
and who file
application a petition
In Re: The Marriage of BRADFORD COUNTY MARY G. FRANKLIN Plaintiff property described in such certificate or meeting the requirements of Section an Equal Opportunity Employer Affirmative

JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS Husband FLORIDA vs certificates will be sold to the highestbidder 28-5.201 F.A.C., obtain an Administrative Action Employer, P.O. Box 70
and 10/24 4tchg 41/14 at the courthouse door on the Live Oak Florida 32060.
ALICE JUNE GRIFFIS. Wife . . .. HELEN HAMILTON' Defendant. 17th day of December, 1985. Hearing. All timely filedwritten Itchg 11/14
will be
Dated ejections presented to .. .
this 31 day of October 1985. ,1U u u.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE the Board for Its consideration in Its
NOTICE OF SUIT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Notice is hereby given that pursuantto GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk deliberation on the application prior to
Clerk of of Bradford County
NO PROPERTY. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY the Final .Judgement of Foreclosure Court the Board taking action on the application. CALL FOR BID
To: JOHN EDWIN GRIFFIS, address entered in the Circuit Court of the Eighth Florida .

unknown. CIVIL ACTION Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford Coun 11/144tchg 12/5 Dannl..T. Kemp, Director Sealed bids will be received by the CI-

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has 'CASE NO. 85-441 ty Florida Civil 'Action Case No. . . .. Division of RecordsSt. ty of Starke City Commission at the City

been filed against you and you are required 84-662-CA. on 30 October 1985, I will Johns River Water Hall In Starke, Florida until 7:30 ,

to serve a copy of your written IN RE: The Marriage of ..lIth. following described property ly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Management District December 3, 1985. at which time p.m.and

defenses any to JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQUIRE JACKIE RAY HALL .; ing and being situate In Bradford County JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD Itchg 11/14 place all bids received' will be publicly
Petitioner's Attorney whose address Husband Florida to-wit: COUNTY FLORIDA.
Is "05. West Georgia Street and r Two parcels of land lying In the CASE NO. 85-214-CA ....... . e./ opened and read aloud on the following:

Stark., Florida 32091 on or before LAVON E. HALL Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4)) of Northwest Specifications may be seen at City

November 28, 1985 and file the original Wife Quarter (NW 1/4)), Section 17, Township STOCKTON. WHATLEY DAVIN ft COMPANY NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Hall:

with the Clerk of this Court either before 6 South Rang. 22 East, Bradford County. TAX DEED TRUCK CHASSIS-REAR LOADING

service on Petitioner's Attorney or immediately NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY Florida, and more particularly described a Florida Corporation REFUSE COLLECTION TRUCK BODY.
thereafter otherwise a as follows: Plaintiff, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Leroy T. The City of Starke reserve the right to

default will be entered against you for Parcel At Commence at the Intersection vs or Ernest Hunter the holder of the accept or relect any or all bids.

the relief demanded In the complaint or TO: LAVON E. HALL Address Unknown of the Westerly boundary of the OLAN W. POLK. SR. and LYDIA C. POLK following certificates has filed said certificates The effective' date will be date of ac

pet tlon. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action right-of-way of State Road 16 and the his wife; ATLANTIC FIRST NATIONAL for a tax deed to be Issued ceptance.

WITNESS my hand and Seal of this for dissolution of marriage Involving Northerly boundary of the right of way BANK OF GAINESVILLE thereon The certificate numbers and City of Starke, Florida

Court on November 4, 1985. the following property in Bradford County of a county road and run thence West Defendants.. years of Issuance, the description of the By: Nell L. Tucker
GILBERT S. BROWN. Florida; along said Northerly boundary a AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE property and the names In which it was City Clerk
CLERK OF THE COURT PARCEL 1: Part of the SE 1/. of NE 1X4 of distance of 531.26 feet to a point said Notice ,Is hereby given that pursuantto assessed are as follows: 1/14 2tchg 11/21

BRADFORD COUNTYBy Section 25 Township 7 South Range 21 point being 881.3 f feet Easterly of the an Amended Final Judgment of CertificateNo.28 Year of Issuance 1983

Beulah Moody East Bradford County. Florida described Southwest corner of said SE 1/4 of NW Foreclosure entered herein, I will sell Description of Property: LOT 9 of ED-

11/7 4tchg 11/28 as follows: Commence at the SW corner 1/4; run thence North a distance of 264 the property situated In Bradford County. WARDS UN-RECORDED PLAT SEC: 26 Twp .
..................... 6 S. R21.
of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4;: thence Easton feet to an Iron stake for point of beginn described as: Subscribe .
South line of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 ing. From point of beginning thus Lot Twelve ((12)), Block Fifteen ((15)), and Name In which assessed: l. G. Edwards., Today ,

NOTICE OF BID 122.48 feet tQ the Point of Beginning: described continue North a distance of 'the East 25' of Lot Eleven ((11)). Block Fifteen Jr. BRADFORD COUNTY,

Th. Bradford County Board of County thence continue East on the SE 1/4 of NE 162.04 feet to an Iron stake run thence (15)) of Word City now Brooker In All of said property being In the County TELEGRAPH'. ."

Commissioners' will open sealed bids on 1/4 208.72 feet; thence North 208.72.. West a distance of 220 feet to an Iron Bradford County Florida all ly'ng' and of Bradford. State of Florida. 964-6305

Monday. December 9. 1985. at 9:30: a.m. feet thence West 208.72 feet, thence stake; run thence South 162.04 feet to an being In Section 8, Township 7 South Unless such certificate or certificatesshall '\

I- ...- P..-." "___ ........... annm South 208.72 feet to the Point of Beginn Iron stake; run thence East a distance of 'Range 20 East. be redeemed accodlng to law the


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Page<< IA .TKIJKCUUIMI:. : November 14. IIH!

Halley's Comet Caused Consternation on Its Last Appearance Here in 1910"IT J

I '\ .........""" ..... u.., ......... ......." ..,... ..,.,.."...... ..... ........"".. .,.....
NEVER TOUCHED US," This was "Well, '.comet has paid its much r o,
the! jubilant headline that appeared on the advertised visa to earth, and as an old r '
front page of. The Telegraph' May 20, farmer expressed himself Thursday morn-
1910, issue. ing, it 'dona its durndest'. A part of the
white population and almost all of the colored tL1e't
The "It"referred to was Halley's Comet had great fear of the comet's contact 4
which was paying one of its infrequentvisits with the Earth Wednesday night. For the
of the Earth, and
within visibility
last two weeks, church-going and prayers
had some folks terrified because they have been the order of the day while skin
feared the comet's tail might set off some and -
games, fighting, moonshine drinking, ;
,kind of catastrophe on our planet. running away from debts have been on the

This was The Ttlegraph't. account of decline.

that event 75 years ago: "In hie how window, J.S. Cassie has a

Halley's comet, as photographed in 1910

EDITORIALS ill '''''''' '. '.-. II' ;

,I . 0 ... < '. .'.,' ''I --\\pf,: .' I
'. blue jar filled with salt water.The liquid is
Pack Powerful I Wallop drawn over the rim by capillary action and Edmund Halley
PACs a effervescence of the crystalized salt par-
ticles has formed on the sides of the jar.
Some folks had come to believe that when recorded history was thought to be a u\U btrange appearance. They were
I in American Politics the jar had been whitened all over, the big heavenly omen by the ancient Chinese, filmy and misty,irregular in shape of with a
j smash would come, and every time they who made the first written record of its appearance long, flowing tail., Because their"spooky"
went into Turner's bakery for gingerbread in 240 B.C.A later appearance of look, they were believed by
i they would cast frightened glancesat the comet was associated with the fall of many to be an omen of disaster and
e "There's always been some corruption funds of voters with a common interest, the innocent little jar. Jerusalem in 63 B.C. and a visit in 1066 catastrophe, such as famines, plagues,
in American politics. What has happened would equalize contributions of the o'clock was associated with the Norman invasionof and death.
night came, 8 came,
with political action committeesthe working people with the wealth of the and Wednesday the earth boldly dived into the comet'stail. England.But Halley's Comet returned again in 1835,
{ so-called PACsis that we've in- big-momed class. Post-Watergate The most frightened of astronomershad and while it was in the sky, Samuel L.
legislation in 1974 curbed the tail of deadly it was Sir Edmond Halley, an Clemens,who later gained fame under the
big composed
stitutionalized that corruption... con- thought the was who
English astronomer physicist,
and the least scared pen name of "Mark Twain", was born. In
tributions of financial and cyanogene gas,
tycoons, first became convinced that this comet
1810, Halley's Comet returned again, and
I The millions of dollars that PACs are opened up the system to business' and communication thought it would,interfere and that auroral with displays operated on a regular schedule,reappearing Clemens, now 75 years old, lay dying. His
I I pouring into congressional (and other) professional groups seeking to influence would take place. But the telegraph keys in the skies every 75 or 76 years. friends tried to cheer him by assuring him

races every, election year has placed legislation for their own interests.In clicked as true as ever, and not even a In 1787,Sir Isaac Newton had worked out that he would recover. But he insisted,
I of under faint, weird light was seen. Those who the law of universal gravitation, and explained "No. I came in with the comet and I'll go
your system government explaining how the system works, out with the comet." And he did.
it were not too scared to go to sleep awoke exactly the way in which the Moon .
serious threat. In the 1984 elections the Wall Street Journal said, "The new Thursday morning by the whistle at Dowl- revolved around the Earth, and the way in Every time a comet skims by the Sun,
was projected that PACs would pour a model of political giving on Wall Streetis ing's mill, proclaiming that the Earth was which the Earth and other planets rotated some of its icy substance is lost forever
hundred million dollars into funds to the computer at E.F. Hutton & Co. still in place and doing business at the old around the Sun. and it becomes smaller and less bright

elect Congressional candidates., J that coldly deducted $165,000 from the stand. Halley, a young friend of Newton's, after each visit. Astronomers describe
paychecks of a thousand employees and "The fact that the Earth was in the wondered if the law of gravitation also accounted them as "dirty snowballs" and think they
This practice is making it impossiblefor midst of a comet's tail perhaps two million for the motion of comets. He had are composed of water and other liquids
Congressmen who refuse to accept then triggered checks to 132 Republican smiles in diameter, and comparativelyclose already studied a comet that had appearedin and gases,frozen into solid ice,mixed with
this money to compete with those can- candidates and 62 Democrats during the to its head, without evil conse- the skies in 1678, and looking back on rocks and gravel.
didates who consequently some 1981-82 election cycle. quences, is a grand demonstration of the earlier reports, he found that comets had The comet is just now beginning to be
Almighty's power and wisdom. And the taken the same path across the sky in 1456, visible In the eastern sky, but cannot be
good men are refusing to run for reelection And who pays for the special favors tracing of the comet's orbit so accuratelythat 1531, and 1607. He noted that these had appeared seen by the naked eye,without the use of a
rather than accept PAC,money granted by Congress to the special in- its movements could be foretold,is an at about 75 year intervals and telescope or binoculars. It will become
that is given in the .expectation of terests who have contributed PAC honor to mankind. Our might is small and suspected they might be the same comet, more distinct as weeks pass by,and will be
receiving favors.Congressman money so lavishly? You, and all other our means limited, but we will fulfil our returning from outer space and circlingthe at its best next spring. To see it well, the
American contribute in destiny by in time discovering all of the Sun every 75 or 76 years. In 1705 he was sky needs to be clear, but dark without
Buddy Roemer, an articulate secrets of the universe that we are allowedto so convinced of his theory, he predictedthat moonlight,and away from the glow of city
and ambitious lawmaker from rites for goods and servicesprovide find out."Tonight. the comet would return in 1758. lights.

Louisiana, is one of a group of only 13 by those who are willing to the comet will be one hour Halley died in 1742 at the age of 85, Unfortunately, the 1986 appearance of
congressmen who: do not accept PAC pay, through PACs, for special favors. later than the sun, and it will set later without the satisfaction of seeing his Halley's Comet Is not considered to be a
given by special interests. To Common Cause is a non-profit, non- every night until the 28th, when it will set prediction come true. But when 1758 rolled good one. It will pass by at a somewhat
money four hours later than the sun. After that it around, one German astronomer had greater distance than the 1910 appearance,
run for re-election meant that he would partisan citizens' lobbying organization will set earlier each night until it finally enough faith in Halley's theory to set up his and at its closest approach to Earth its tail
have to spend the next 12 months raising supported by dues and contributionsfrom leaves us."Those. telescope and scan the skies night after will be pointing directly at us so that it will

money in his home state to compete more. than 250,000 members na who have not yet seen this night, hoping to see the comet return. not give a good broadside view of the en-
with candidates, largely funded by tionwide. Among the "common causes"it remarkable sight may now see the cometin Finally, on the night of Dec. 25, 1758, he tire body. The farther south, the better the

PACs in a campaign that could cost up is fighting are the abuses of the PAC the west when the sky is clear." the was sky rewarded, which by became sighting larger a faint and glow cleareras in view in so Key in West Florida, and the other best sighting favored wouldbe spots

to $4 million. So Senator Roemer will system which allows unlimited con- the weeks passed. It was, indeed, the are South America and South Africa.A .
from office rather than tributions to candidates. comet Halley had predicted,
retire go againsthis And now, after a lapse of 75 same just as
years and was so named in his honor. really good look is expected when the
principles. "There's always been some corrup- Halley's comet is returning, right on comet comes around again in 2062. But for
Increasingly, PACs are dominatingfund tion in American politics," says ex- schedule. This comet, which has been a All comets were once the most feared most people living now, that's a little too
in the heavens I because: of
source of wonderment and awe through all phenomenon long to wait.
raising in state and national elec- Congressman John Cavanaugh of

tions, and their financial backing is Nebraska in one of the Common Cause

growing by leaps and bounds. In 1974, anti-PAC television ads. "With political

PAC campaign funds totaled $12.5 action committees, we've institu- Notebook \
Agent's: --
million. By 1984 the total had grown to tionalized that,corruption. We've made OVl.tY.: i By BobbyL.TayloX -
oilbmuo1huibdiot : __ .
$104.9 million. candidates integral of the system: ..., :. ... t41uu wi .. .
Many legalan part l./ hrin '. '
'Ill' < ;pb")lll| "M 'tlfii; libU 1UJB especially incumbents, now' raise hallor In fact we have mandated that it be the In the last couple of years we've had ex- .'.",'J Finally +everything you
more of their campaign funds from system." ceptionally cold winters and many Protecting Plants"On your landscape plants in good condition

these groups. Those who refuse PAC homeowners have lost landscape plants the other hand the winter year long. Healthy plants resist cold
Only Congress can change that that had never even been damaged by cold coming may
money are badly handicapped running system, and with so many Congressmen weather before. Obviously winter is a long be just as bad as the last two or three. If damage and snap back after it occurs
their campaigns in this day of expensive PAC funds for election or way off and this may seem like the wrong you can shift the odds against cold injury much better than unhealthy plants already
television commercials and other dependent on time to talk about cold damage to landscape in your favor by picking just the right spot damaged by insects, diseases or lack of
has become re-election, the only way members of plants. But one aspect of cold protec- for tender ornamental plants,why not giveit fertilizer.
that a
advertising Congress will vote to change the systemis tion for plants involves something you a try?
elected of-
necessary part of getting to if enough American citizens DE- usually have to do while the weather is still

fice. MAND a change. Common Cause is warm.

Originally, PACs were a pro-labor already waging this battle. It deservesour Obviously, the most important factors Letters to the Editor
device that supposedly, by pooling support. determining how badly a plant will be
damaged by cold weather are how cold it
gets and how long it stays cold. Wanted: 'Some Place to Go'

But don't overlook the fact that certain
I Sen. Chiles Concerned by Drop-out RateBy characteristics of the plant site and its

location within the overall landscape also Editor, Telegraph: Speaking for the young adults of Bradford -
affects the amount of injury a plant will j County .
"Private parking lots are not the placeto
receive during a freeze.
Route 1
his Reten- The Chiles bill focuses on preventionin loiter,"says Judge. But where are we to ,
introducing "Dropout In deciding where to plant a tender land- Box 873,Lawtey
tion and Recovery Act," Senator the critical transition yearsmiddle scape ornamental, look for a spot with go
Lawton Chiles has put his finger on one school, junior high, and early high good air and water drainage. Air drainage am speaking for all of the guys and
of the most serious problems of our schoolwhere the decision is most often may sound like a strange idea, but it does girls who are fed up with being run off Wilkerson Says
student will make sense. We know that cold air is from private and public parking lots in lie Was MisquotedOn
time. made as to whether a
heavier than warmer air.So, don't plant a Starke. Trash
become a drop-out or not. The bill seeksto tender ornamental in a spot where the col- If we had somewhere else to go"hang

Last year in Florida over 39,000 develop means of identifying the dest air will collect or settle. out", (as Judge Pierce says) legally, we _Editor, Telegraph: _
:Students became high school drop-outs, potential drop-out and develop a per-- The location should be open enough to would go. Not everyone can afford to go to At the last Lawtey City Council meeting
;and nationwide, over one-fourth of 17 suasive model program designed to permit air movement,but it should also be Gainesville or Jacksonville' every the statement that I made about the yard
distractions and difficultiesthat protected from cold winds by other plan- weekend.We have been repeatedly run off
:And: 18-year-olds fail to complete high overcome trash and limb collection was misinter-
tings, hedges, fences or similar barriers. from the Starke Bowling Lanes, Pep-O, in article. What I
:School annually. One out of every four discourage an effort to complete Market etc. Where else preted your newspaper
Farmers can we
Good soil is always meant that U the has to to
freshman class drainage important. was, city go
who enter the school.
;children If your plant is in poorly drained spot,it go, legally? Keystone Heights to take the limbs and
f.ever make it to the senior class. "This nation's educational goal must can suffer root damage during wet It's time you all stop and look at our other yard trash, that they consider charg-
be not to just hold students in school, weather. This will make the plant more point of view. We go uptown to sit and talk ing a small fee. (About$2.00 for that pickup -
=: "The cost to the nation is billions of but to offer them the opportunity to suc- vulnerable to. cold injury during cold with our friends, and we aren't causingany only.) I wasn't referring to a charge for
weather. I know there few bad regular household that
trouble. are a garbage we can
dollars per year in unemployment, ceed and excel by staying in school and We also know that shade can reduce cold eggheads that do cause trouble, but that is still take to the Lawtey dump.I .
::welfare, illiteracy, last productivity, getting prepared for a useful life, rather damage. Plants in shady locations will why there are cops enforcing the law. Why
Sand revenues, Sen. Chiles said in an- than watching life pass them by," dormant earlier in the fall and remain dormant go punish the good ones that aren't causingany tand was the raised economic here in Lawtey situations and unders-of our

.:OUnCing his proposed legislation. Senator Chiles said. longer in the spring than plants in exposed trouble whatsoever? citizens and I wouldn't consider any in-
locations. Plants In some degree of Take a drive through State Road 16 Easton crease in any fees or taxes unless absolutely -
dormancy tolerate cold weather better weekends. There .is loitering necessary.
than actively growing plants. So, from a everywhere you look, but maybe those
I i Benefits cold protection standpoint, a location parking lot owners allow it. Why can't we Since I am a candidate for the Lawtey
Fake Senator Reaps City Council, I feel badly that I was mis-
under pines or other trees that give light have a place that allows us to legally sit
shade would be preferable for tender or- and talk to one another? We need quoted in the paper.
namentals which don't need full sun. somewhere to go without having to worry Leon (L.G.)Wilkerson
j5- How far can a person go on pure, Roberts of Lauderhill, near Fort Morning shade is particularly in por- about being run off or issued a citation. Box 191,Lawtey99eaewtecee4

;,Unadulterated brass? Apparently, the Lauderdale. If he is as successful in impressing tant. Plants which have been frozen will When we are run off from the parking lot
i sky's the limit, according to the story of the voters as he is impressing suffer less damage if they thaw out slowly. repeatedly, we don't go back to aggravatethe
': a South Florida man who passed others in his role as "senator"who Plants exposed to morning sun will obviously cops. We go back because there is
: himself off as a "senator" for 23 years, knows what might happen. It's like P.T. thaw more quickly than plants simply nowhere else to go. When partiesare
thereby gaining all of the usual "perks"accorded Barnum, the circus magnate, always which have morning shade. For this being held, you don't see nearly have as ,.
I the north and west side of people in town because we e
be reason,plants on many 4
office. love to
those high said "The American people
occupying :
: a house will usually have less cold damage some place to go.
: The phony "senator" has been having fooled." than plants on the east and south. I think it is due time that something be l

: a ball, ,gleaning such favors ,as top- Roberts Has even written a book call- With luck we won't have any more of done about this problem before it gets out
notch treatment from airlines, hotels, ed "Honored Guest" telling how he first these extra cold winters for a long time. If of hand. If public and private parking lots
senator in 1962 to win a bet on the winters stay mild, the location of your are not the place to loiter, then where are The blue whale can to half
restaurants, box seats at major league posed as a go up a
not make George Pierce?!III
; plants in the landscape may any ,we to go, Judge
; baseball games, and even letters of appreciation whether he could get prime seats on difference at all in terms of cold damage. year without .atlng-it Is mainlined -
Its blubber.
from President Reagan, who short notice in an exclusive New York ., by

wrote: "Dear Senator Roberts: I want restaurant. He called in and introduced I

you to know each day I spend in the himself as "Senator Roberts" and the CHILDREN'S' HEALTHCARE -7

White House the more I realize that all seats were immediately reserved. :
: we've achieved would not have been From then 'on, it has been just one"perk" -' 73.' apache .

= possible without your personal help and after another. various How much children's do you healthcare know about problems 225 Croup

; involvement. Sincerely, Ronald Makes you wonder how many other' ? T -Med has the Information 832: Speech problems In children
Reagan." fake, "senators" are walking around on these and many more health 233 Diabetes In children

: Roberts feels he is.not breaking thef+ getting special treatment simply by topics.Can and Tel.Mod ask for at M44 these.96 tapes or37OO007 '236 399 Cystic Car seat ntxotls safety

:. .law by posturing as 'a senator because giving the impression they are "what' by number; ;' -
=Jhe never gives many specifics, such as they aint". Abe Lincoln used to say 3 Can medicines In the.home T -Med A free community service
Swhat district he represents, or even if "You can't fool all of the people all o poison your child? problded by the Auxiliary of

": he's a state or U.S. .Senator. He even the time," but "senator" Roberts. 1 o poisons. In the home, .. Bradford. Hospital Inc. Venezuela's Angel Fall era a mile
aspires: now to becoming Mayor Frank' seems to have made a good start. high.,


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IJ Diane They were attired alike ting the bridl" 'cukt' were Ixiuise
$ lace and
t'g oin'I'erraco pearls sequins secured her
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and JIrllCrt in pink taffeta with low round
A,. (,rlI'n gowns fingertip veil. She carried a cascade Lee and Mary Green, aunt of the
Herbert/ A. Green Sriof and MI'8 neckline, puffed sleeves, fitted of white bridal groom:
Starke roses, pink roses,
,united in were bodice, long full skirl accentuatedwith baby's breath and fern. The punch table was covered with
ut u marriage! Slpl. 7, at 3 p.ml bows on either side. They worea A held in the a white duster and lace cloth and
poolside reception was
ceremony at the small hat decorated with a net centered with a' silver punch bowl I
residence! (Florida
: of Mr and << room of the Hildreth home
Mrs RonaldStarke bow The honor attendant ,
carried a encircled with greenery
where! of and
in arrangemenlgs pink
hubcllvwlon. cascade arrangement of pink .f a< bride's book
with roses, white carnations at Kathy Metz kept the
were placed van-
brother! of iltev' Charlos R. Green, white and pink carnations, baby's tage points. Mrs, I.Inda.'Johns was in charge of
the! cl'remony. groom, performing breath and fern:The attendants earned The bride's table was covered witha the reception assisted by Mrs. Eddie
nosegays of pink and white carnations white linen cloth edged in lace., Douglas. Assisting in serving were
Presuming! baby's breath and fern. Centering the table was a four tiered Vonda Kay Ayer, Shelley Bowen and
a of
program nuptial The attendants 'necklaces rrlli
wore + cake decorated Monya Dunlap.
with rosebudsand
{music!? of were Kathy Green, sister-in- given to them by the bride. topped with a miniature bride Following a wedding trip to points
.law the
groom, on an electric Shannon Smith niece of the bride of interest
and groom. The first and second in Georgia the couple )Js.:
piano' and vocuI >lt'!*, Kathy Green was flower girl and Jason Smith, tiers residing on Wilson Road.
and : were separated by a flowing
The' Epps. nephew of the bride was ring-bearer. fountain. On either side of the cake The bride is employed by Nation
poolside. ceremony was performed The wedding was directed by Linda I were arrangements of pink and wide Insurance in Gainesville. Mr
near a white lattice arehwuy. Johns. IIS Green is
white carnations. The grooms cake attending college for ,accounting
Two urn arrangements of The bride, given in marriage by was served from one end of the table certification/ and Is
pink breath and white carnations, babys her father, wore a white taffeta and a silver tray held wedding\ mintsat employed part-time by Santa Fe
fern were on either side t
of,. the gown with'standup neckline and I i to the other end of the table. A Community College.
archway. Foiled
and ,
palms front and back illusion yoke featuring 1 .
icus trees accented the walkway a fitted bodice encrusted with
leading to the pool. Clusters of pearls, sequins and venise lace. The
pastel balloons decorated the lawn leg-of-mutton sleeves were trimmed -
and pool.Mr. with venise lace and schiffli em- Side
Green attended his son as best broidery. The gown featured drop Social Club News .
man. Ushers were Thomas Rooney, shoulders trimmed with taffeta ruffle Notices
brother of the bride and Dale Self covered buttons were on the the Church Items
Wilcox, brother-in-law of the groom. back of the yoke and cuffs. A full l t11 .cOl '1i o f :
Kalyn Cook served as maid of +
skirt extended to the chapel length
/honor. Attendants were Anita train trimmed with,venise lace. \ News Weddings i

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My Fair Lady at ding are

Opens FridayThe and 0 a 0 S.

Bradford Players and Starke
Junior Women are busily putting the U.D.C
finishing touches on preparations for Mon-
opening night, Friday, Nov 15. in the V d
The evening will begin at 6 p.m. l
with a champagne chicken buffet
dinner followed by the performance, With a minimum deposit, third party checks to three per
which begins at 8 p.m. Some ticketsare work in month) regulara
still available at Chastain'sJewelry of we'll put your money to or open a

on Call Street, 9647271. better kind of money market checking account, an interest-

Some performances are sold out so the investment the Florida bearing NOW Plus or Super

reservations.r call now if you. haven't made your Lawtey, Gold Money( ; Market Account. NOW checking account in

,r r ,_.. _._ '" performances are Saturday, to .. Starl- v 1 lt'settcr\ because the: rate paidon"your"Florida addition to your Florida Gold
Nov. 16, Friday, Nov.. 22, and Satur Ball / r
""MI day;'Nov.' 23, all at 6 p.m. The Sun FOBS cf Gold Account is Account, and request a Florida

day afternoon matinee will be Nov. based on many money market Gold card to access your funds

most 17 at enjoyable 2 p.m. Make evening.AlvarezMoore plans. now for a All : Raiford. in the indic<1ton ,So it consistently 24 hours a day

my perform offers competitive rates and With a Florida Gold account

ed in the produces high money market at Florida National, you're

Reunion and income. Heauise we want you insured up to$100,000 by FDIC.

Held Oct. 19 at MundysA 18th to succeed. That's important protection

family reunion of the late Ralph With i Florida Gold; you can many others can't offer you.
Alvarez of Lakeland and the late
Leonard Moore family of Starke was field withdraw funds: anytime. Just Stop by Florida National.and

held Oct. 19 at the Kingsley Lake use your Florida Gold checks ask about our Florida Gold*:
home of Mrs. W. B. Mundy with Miss
Dorothy Alvarez as cohostess.The the: Aux- (regulations limit the use of Money Market Account.

occasion was also the birthday sale
of Mrs. Bertha Lang, the eldestof the: at 8

the four living daughters, namely later. S3 Florida National Bank
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez of Lakeland, oIpponlmen'J' taken
and Mrs. T. E. Strickland and Mrs. such as
tlhe/ SlUlccess
Paul Raymond of Kingsley Lake.A S/p/ > TM
covered dish luncheon was servo :Member KDKM.
ed. Mrs. Lang was honored with a or
Birthday cake.Twentyone. ;'in o )free 105 \V Jefferson St Starke. 32091. D04)) Xi4-7050(

guests attended. its
Those from out-of-town were Mr. -
Jackie Alvarez of Crystal River and Nov.[
Mr and Mrs. Jack Alvarez of Perry, will Y
who remained as guests of Mrs.
Mundy for the weekend. $2.00
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St.Mark's WomenTo

Meet Nov. 20
jam, 'U.ale a 1!
The Women of St.Mark's will meeton
Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 11 a.m. in ;

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yB00K FOR CATALOG MERCHANDISE IN GIFT CENTERS hBOOK. SSA, Yvonne Dukes, daughter of neck and ilJuslon)1et yoke with schif-
c Mr. and Mrs. John W Dukes of fle embroidery and pearl trim. The
Starke and Thomas Acey Paladino, fitted bodice and waistline were
of Mr, and Mrs Thomas
son C. trimmed with reembroidered chan-
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,5 BOOKS marriage Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. in the leg of mutton sleeves and lace
First United Methodist Church with flounce hemline that extended to a
''ti1,11 -. ./.ulat:; IN GIFT CENTERS 15HUK Rev. Ballard Wilson performing the chapel train. Her cap secured a veil
/ nuptials. of embroidered chantilly lace that
Kristy Johns, organist, presenteda also was walking length and was accented -
program of nuptial music with simulated pearls and
The choir loft was centered withan \eniselace. She carried a traditionalall
arch candelabra flanked bv two white cascade of stephanotis.
spiral candelabras. On the lower phalenopsis. orchid roses babvs
level were two tree candelabras and breath and English ny'.
EXCLUSIVELY AT RAWSONS!. two standing arrangements of A reception was held in the church
._ gladiolus, mums carnations and Fellowship Hall Guests were
'r, .... pompoms in mauve pink burgundyand ; greeted by Linda Johns. Shan Johns
1. a1IN OttrwirTraUritiiMflckiipaivoplr,,.,, ,..., 'i'f I', ..;. ;... 3. look for, Sump'inRawsoniweekly SawnSpeciall _- "1'.*', 1, white against a background of cousin of the bride, kept the guest
-STdM_Nawl. ..... .I r L.., ..,''L 9. Sticlllmly I 10 tlimpi ,adl Newloetuli ...II""j....' r... palms. book.
lumiinir ,1. -.. Mfr ., 01 in, 50 ...m.n jrf olHieaeach / $ ./ Monte Moore attended as best
M M..'lil'iirlll. ; 1 r.,......., 1 'i I acli Stamp SivarSpeeul weekN. i ., Ilya'. $ '\ ... 't man. Ushers were Stacey Paladino The bride's table was covered witha
lultloldifi. ... \ ;\I:. ,loldtr, *filled ceflilicite,loldtriliquallo' "' .- .'l. .,/.:t. S 1'..! brother ol the groom Dar>le Thorn lace cloth over a floor length skirt
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0{ ".!.;. a. ... \ r"r 4' ,4. Seieeiiheiiemiiliou II" .$ and centered with a three tiered
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J. Ihecainifli, wnen .*....V-fiui gown with pink and burgundy' camatiom.and
w r-. C' ,..C''k..' ':aJ..!! shoulder ruffles. The attendants. daisies. The cake was flankedby
Jackie Wingate Kim Brown and two silver, candelabras with pink
.,. .. I +"?al Primadon Johnson wore similar ttM bers. Mrs JLC Dukes and..i bw .
gawps except In burgundy They all "WrfpTTanleDukes. aunTancleoiKinorthe !! ".""" '"-
carried( nosegay bouquets centered: bride, cut the cake I i
I A IfaI with a glass globe holding a burning Presiding at the punch table were i,
votive of enchantment lilies, !Mrs. BettGreen, aunt of the! bride.
miniature carnations periwinklesand !Mrs Dale'Brown and Mrs Robert A I
bab\s breath in mauve pink Ward. '
and burgundy All the attendants Following a wedding trip to
wore: gold necklaces which were Daytona Beach the couple are
gilts from the bride residing in Hampton.
Leigh Johns was flower girl Kevin The bride and groom are both
I Green was ring-bearer Both are Graduates= of Bradford High School
cousins of the bride. at the CommunityState
The t bride given in marriage by Bank of Starke and the groomis
her f.llhl'I'0\'(' A gown of polyester employed by' the City ofGainesville
and ih.intilh lace with stand-up .

New Arrivals Leon Curtis Croft
Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Croft of
Live Oak announce the birth of a
son Leon Curtis born Nov. 9 in
Krimc Gordon Kthri'id :(o.HI
Mr and !Mrs Kenneth Etheridge. Alachua General Hospital.
Jr of Crystal Lake announce the Maternal grandparents are Marge
birth of a son. Kenneth Gordon Ettman of Starke and Mr. and Mrs
:: )) Ethendge.lII. born Nov. 2 in Bob Ettman of Daytona Beach.
., .t REDEEM YOUR STAMPS FOR REDEEM YOUR STAMPS FOR Alachua General Hospital. He joinsa Logan Paternal of Gainesville.grandmother is Nadeen
sister. Erika Nicole. 17 months old.
(". :" U CATALOG GIFTS gADVERTISED SPECIALS Maternal grandparents are !Mrs.
Gladys Chesser of Starke and Jerry JlInit'l.t'IL'I.lIIit'l:
1. L Chesser of Ocala. Great grandmother Mr and Mrs. James Mi'Pamcl of
isII's.! Mary C. Rahme of Hampton announce the birth of .\
Waldo. son Jamie Lee born No6'; in
Paternal grandparents are Mr. Alachua Glwl'alllol pitill.l1atl'l'l1aI .
and Mrs. Kenneth Etheiidge. Sr. of grandparent are Mr
Starke and and Mrs! = AndAndl'I'son and Mr
great grandparents are
Mrs. Nellie Lucille DavIs of Starke and Mrs.= Jim Clark of California
and Mrs. Dortha !MacPherson. also Paternal grandparents are Mr.
of Starke. and Mrs.! Jack McD.imel of lIuI1V'ton.

Revival Sunday Fish FrySaturday
At God of
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There will be a revival Sunday.Union Primitive Baptist Church
Nov. 17,at 7:30: p.m. at the Church of will have a fish !fry Saturday night at I
God of Prophecy in Brooker with 6 p.rn" Preaching by Elder Larry
speaker Gary Schmahl. W. W.Wolh'lll follow dinner. I
Weldon pastor.

Did You Know
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson of .
Mr and Mrs. S. G. Denmark have Fort Walton Beach spent Saturday
YOU ARE REALLY SMART WHEN YOU moved into their new homo between to Monday with,his mother. Mr.
fire lanes 7 and B at Kingsley 1-iket Ewell Lawson.



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"Never Let a. Woman in Your. ..- .... life" Proves to Be Bad Advice I

"I would prefer a new edition of sings Eliza as she threatens to have phrase"the rain in Spain falls main- actors. clearly. He is greedy and lazy but Performances of the classic
the Spanish inquisition than to ever the King chop off his head when she ly in the plain." Pat Crawford gives and excellent somehow remains a likable Broadway musical are scheduled for
let a woman in my life,"asserts Pro will the no doubt, one day be accepted performance of liza's father. Mr. reprobate in spite of it all. Friday and Saturday,Nov. 15-16 and
fessor Henry Higgins (Bill Wilson as cream of English society. A spirited dance with Higgins Doolittle assumed mistakenly, that All the actors and characters do 22-23 at the Starke Woman's Club on :
Jr.) in one of the musical numbers of i Later, after Higgins makes Eliza whirling Eliza about the living room Professor Higgins'' motives for having an excellent job in this play which Walnut Street in Starke. .
the play "My Fair Lady" being practice until 3 a.m.,part of the time follows and Eliza begins to realize Eliza move into his home were combines comedy, romance dancing A delicious buffet dinner will be
presented by the Starke Junior with marbles In her mouth, all the that she is falling in love with the less than honorable and his attemptsto and singing into a delightful con prepared and served by members of
woman's Club and the Bradford hard work and her endurance of his man she thought' she had begun to blackmail Higgins are hilarious. coction that could only yield one the Junior Woman's Club.The buffet
Players In a dinner-theatre production sometimes almost unbearable slave- hate. "I Could ve Danced All Night"is "With a 111 bit o*bloomin' luck,someone thinggreat entertainment.If will be served from 8-7:30 p.m. each
_.. ,driving pays off as she finally getsthe one of the favorite songs that are else will do the work states you want to find out where it all night and the play will begin at 8
correct, pronunciation of the performed In this musical by local Mr. Dool! tle's philosphy of life very ends, come enjoy the show p.m.
Professor Higgins' philosophical .
dissertation to be another ,. "'" .1
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of famous last words, as he \ .\. r'' ). 'lff'"t": .!
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by Bill Wilson, Jr., who displays an y : eMr
ability to play the character with the : :
correct amount of snobbishness t :=
without seeming too insensitive.The
audience gets very exasperated with 1
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unreasonable demands on Eliza as I
he teaches her to speak correct I
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Col.Pickering Bernie Akridge) takes a nap at 3 a.m.while Eliza (Deb These three cockneys join Eliza Doolittle (Debbie together enough money to live on.
i bie Woodfin) end Professor Higgins Bill Wilson, Jr.) work on Ella's Woodfln center) In daydreaming about what It would The cockneys are (1-r) LaVance Gay, Johnny :::
vowels. be like to be wealthy enough to have chocolates every Frampton and Pat Crawford. =
Eliza can't seem to get the hang of the correct method of pronouncing day and be warm all the time. Instead of having to sell Professor Higgins has just refused to buy a flower ::
a-e-l-e-u.. flowers in the streets of London In order to scrape from Eliza and has ridiculed her accent. aiStarki
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Wilson, Jr.) takes on the job of turning FOR j
a cockney flower girl Into a ladyof I:
rank by altering her accent and I a a
getting her a job in a shop or I j
elsewhere in Fair ..
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who sells flowers on the streets of "" '" : V
London Just to keep body and soul
together. She and her friends ask ji
. "Wouldn't it be lover-ly" to be i
wealthy and have everything you :s
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is played by Debbie WOodfhV1 1985 Tempo I 1
who gives a beautiful performance
as a street-wise and yet in some
ways very innocent and venerable GL Loaded !
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order to get more out of life than
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"gutter snipe" as a lady of rank, as

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piques the anger of the ;
other characters by making Eliza go ...
on practicing her vowels and pro .-".
,. nouncing while he and Pickering ..
have their fill of cakes at tea time.
Higgins then feeds the last cake "to 302 Efficiency Engine j
someone who really loves them"-
.' the parrot, convincing Eliza that he .
is truly a brute.
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Dolores Sincere sympathy is extended'to recorded Christmas music; 'floral bouquet for the occasion. Francis Meng home on. Sunday to Co.: about one month ago., ..
liy Mcng and friends of Cecil Bud Birthday Surprise Wedding AnniversaryMr. celebrate \
the family ( ) Anna Marie's first birthday Hampton Elementary School "
Phone 468-1915 Mattheus who died at his home on Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan was and Mrs. Paul Meng The gathering was a farewell P.T.A. Meeting .
Bradford Nov. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Mattheus mov- pleasantly surprised at the Bradford celebrated their 39th Wedding An- party for Madonna Gilbert and The Hampton P.T.A. will hold a
this County ] ed from Tampa to their home on SR Senior Citizens Meeting in Starke niversary on Nov. 9 by spending the daughters,Karen and Anna who are. meeting on Thursday night,Nov. 14, I
serves area every Tuesday from about last week. She was presented with a the St. Augustine area. to N.L at 7 '
12:30: til 2:30: at the Post Office park- 18 seven years ago.They year- day in moving Durham, from p'mnln the school. Bazaar ,
and Her
cake, cards gifts.
ly had a lovely lighted Christmasscene birthday Family Reunion Gainesville this week. Russell results given and important ;
lot. Brenda is
ing Hulsey the driver
and checks out books free of chargeto in their yard complete with granddaughter also sent a lovely Family members gathered at the transferred to the Northern Telecom business conducted. '.

any age group.

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Bazaar Fri. and Sat. Rent
This weekend, Friday and Satur- VCR & r
day, in Keystone Heights the Rent

Keystone Community Church \ 2 Movies :,
Women will host their annual Movies I
Christmas Bazaar They will carry Saturday Mon.-Thur. t
out their chosen theme of "Deck the Home i
Halls with Bells and Holly" Return 7.50 :
throughout the bazaar,ringing in the Entertainment] III ;
Yule Tide season. Monday I
The Educational Building at the II
Community' Church located on the I
corner of Palmetto and Sylvan Way,
will be filled with all types of hand- Bradford Square Shopping Center Concepts :
made Christmas decorations and Avalla
items suitable for gifts.
There will be kitchen items, toys,
an art booth featuring oils, water- 964.6946
colors and acrylics; a collectiblesand
antique booth,a plant booth,and
booth featuring all kinds of hand- Ad good thru Nov. 15
made items.
Special features of this year's
event will be a tea room where coffee -
tea and pastries will be served. Panasonic Compact Disc Sharp VCR Quasar
Also baked goods, jams and jellies
will be on sale here.
On Friday a luncheon will be serv- Pre-Program Channels Video Recorder
ed in the Fellowship Hall from 11:30 Wired Remote

a.m. 1:30 p.m. This has always Fantastic -T w my' ,r p T"J -
been a popular feature of the "" f "
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Women's Bazaar.The charge will be Sound j > $ 7000
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$2.50 per plate with an optional 2
dessert at 50 cents. R ego $444 %hi' ==:1>19r-JrJ[ : :
Proceeds are used to support the lSJJW
various projects of the Women of the EJGJ@
Cash &
Church, mainly mission work both 379 f Carry
at home and abroad.
This year's bazaar chairman is
Jerrie Richardson and cochairmanis

Helen Knoblock. .
President of the Community
Church Women is Barbara Poston.

St.Edward's, News $36' 9 MOVIES
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RENEW Serving Moody I I 1
The fifth week of Season III of the with purchase yy ti with purchase
RENEW program is now in pro-
gress. Parishioners are meeting ea a4a

weekly in homes of small group is II I h I 9 mmn,,,i ".,,......
leaders.. The emphasis of these uaw
gatherings is on Scripture study,
sharing discussion and methods of
serving the community.

parishioners During canned the and goods next friends two and are weeks collecting non- Panasonic T-120 Sharp Wireless VCR

perishable are to be distributed food items.by These the small foods 6 Hour Tape Sale Remote Control i,; i i

group team leaders to those families
who are in need of a good Thanksgiving Box of '

meal. $305
November 23 will conclude the 10 B i
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Season of the RENEW program in fPQ
the Diocese of St. Augustine. $4500 O ( Cash & Carry
Altar Society Meets 0 TAPE$5g
On Tuesday night, Nov. 5, St. Ed- !}- .
ward's Altar Society held a meetingat <# 11
the home of Dolores Meng. Elois ; Purchase any
Jones, President, presided at the
meeting. Altar Chairman Mary ea. 19" Sony'Television
Gissy reported that Wilmajean 0
Terry has altar care for November. SONY;
Treasurer Sophie Kimutis gave a
report on the financial success of the
Parish Bazaar held in the parish hall
on Nov. 1. Plans were discussed for 19" Gilbrator TE EVISIONTelevIsion

the items.future sale of Christmas craft $299 $399

Members were given the oppor- In stockTechnic
tunity of obtaining tickets for the
Gainesville Deanery quilt to be Cash & Carry

given away in the Spring. This quilt .
was designed and hand- Paris Get 1OO .
ladies from St. Madeleine's ."
in High Springs.The .
next meeting is scheduled for

Dec. 3 in the parish hall. Stereo FREEi

Lunch Menus 1' y; Turntable AM-FM Tuner :,

Nov. 18-22 Double Tape Cassette \ \ :
Bradford Elem.&Middle SchoolMoniluv L- Movies to watch .

: Chicken & Noodles cheese mix but ,_ Reg. $650.
tered green pens,peaches cookie,hmcuiUi,milk .
Tuesdays Salisbury Bleak, rice It gravy,turnip in the ;
next 6 months ,
greens fruit cup cornbread milk. .
Wrdne.duv: Beef.roni, cheese Mix, cabbage $
slaw,apple crisp, hot rolls,milkThursilii 525
Fried chicken, mashed ,
>: potatoes I I
gravy,green beans,cake, blscuils, milk. II I
trlilu\: H mburlleron bulb lettuce tomato,butlerccl
corn applesauce, milk. Video Rentals I
Bradford High School

Mondavi Chicken nuggete, sauce, trench riea,
cabbage slaw, peanut butter cookie, hot rolls, .

Tuendayt milk. Hamburger on bun, lettuce tomato ,,, I : I
pickle, buttered corn, strawberry shortcake ni r :
milk. 3 MOVIES $599C
Wednesday Chill crackers garden salad,
pears, butterscotch brownie milkThursday .
Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes,
gravy, buttered ,green peas, key lime pie, hot H I
rolls, milk.Frhlsyi .
Beef-a-roni, cheese ads, green beans = to
apple crisp hot rolls, milk.AIaCarte. on Wednesday J ;

Mondays Cheeseburger*, plaza, trench fries, ..
TuedayCorndogs, hamburgers french fries,
milkshakes,O.J. :
pizza 200/0 Off
Weclneodat>lua. trench fries, hamburgers,'
chicken nuggets O.J.ThursdayCheeaeburgers. ,
\ french fries pizza, ,
i milkshakes,O.J.FridayiHamburgers. :'
trench fries, pizza, .

.. milkshakes.Each day students have a choice. ot a'hot lunch Any Musical Instrument
or salad bar or they may purchase-la-carte, LAY-A-WAY .

If Of T.G.&Y.'Part Lev raged'Buyout or Guitar in Stock NOW FORCHRISTMAS .," ; I

Richard C. Rusthoven, Presidentand _
Chief Executive .Officer of
I T.G.fcY.Stores Co., Oklahoma City .
!' has announced to company ;
associates that an agreement had BUY OF THE WEEK : ;

been reached in principle, with.
,, Household International and a group OR ORDER A ..
of investors Including Donaldson, '
Lufkin It Jenrette and FoxMeyer Fisher VCR
Corporation for the sale of .
Household Merchandising iubsldiaries I
in a leveraged buyout transaction With Wireless Remote Control OUR CATALOG ::
of which T.G.&Y.1s a part. .
Rusthoven alluded to the fact that .
i there would be no management $ .
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, would remain at a high level of con .
tinuity. "All of our stores will retain __ _
4 the 7.G.&Y, name and we will be
operating support facilities as in the
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Revival Service Harvest Festival At

Mrs. Lou Royster of North Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson have Marjorie Thomson, Nela McGee, Lisa Prevatt recently visited Mr. At Church of God Victory Baptist Church
Augusta, S.C. visited her brother-in- had as guests Mrs. Marie Siemer of Gerrl Green, Ruth Meng, Wilma- and Mrs. George O'Keefe in Kansas The Church of God will be having Want to have some fun, food and
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Drew High Springs last Wednesday, and Jean Terry and Agnes Dinkins at- City, Mo. She was accompanied by revival services from Nov. 17-:::4. fellowship? Then join those at Vic
Reddish over the weekend and all attended Mrs Lena Davis of South Bend, Ind. tended the meeting of the Association Robin Chapman, who is Mrs. Evangelists will be Rev and Mrs.. tory Baptist Church, Hampton on
the Florida-Georgia game. overnight last Tuesday and all join- of Florida Hospital Auxilaries in O'Keefe's daughter, both formerly Eddie Nichols. Saturday, Nov. 16, from 3 p.m. till
ed the Faithful Workers Sunday Orlando Sunday to Wednesday.SP4 of Keystone Heights. While in Kansas dark
Mr and Mrs Michael White and School class of Madison Street Bap- City they attended art classes In- Services will begin with Sunday They are having a Victory Harvest
daughter, Hilary of Pickens, S.C. tist Church at luncheon Wednesday Michael Ettman will return structed by Mrs. O'Keefe, who is a School at 10 a.m. and morning wore Festival and are Inviting the public
spent the weekend with his at the Western Steer Steak House. home today, Nov. 14, from Korea well known water-colorist. They ship at 11 a.m. Sunday evening ser to join them. There will be free food,
Mr and Mrs. Olin White and parents attended where he has been stationed for the visited the home-studio of interna vice begins at 6 and the prizes and games.A lot of good clean
the Florida-Georgia Mrs L. H. Gibson returned last past year. Mike is a 1984 graduate of tionally known watercolorists Jim weeknight services will pm.begin at 7:30 fun and food including a mar-
game. Thursday after a weeks visit with Bradford High School where he wasa Hamil whose paintings of the shmallow roast, wiener roast and
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. member of the JROTC. Kansas-Missouri area are very p.m.The public is cordially invited to other food Sack races, three legged
+ar and Mrs. Maurice Peterson in Silver popular. They also toured beautiful attend services by the pastor, Rev. races relays and more. Come dressed -
r Spring, Md. Mrs. Ann Rieske, Mrs. Beverly Kansas City and surrounding areas. Walter F. Montz. The church is to play.Everyone.
Blackshear, Mrs. Gilbert Crosby located at 422 N. St. Clair Street in is invited to attend.
'69x Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren visited and Mrs. Herbert Thomas attended Mr and Mrs. Pat Welch were Starke.
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. the Quiet Day held at St.Mark's vacationing at Amelia Island Fridayto
and Mrs. Chester Patten in Pen- Episcopal Church in Palatka on Sunday.
sacola over the weekend. Thursday, Nov 7. There are 156 languages spoken by ay least one million people. I

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Sn.an.\h'urt'/ prices good thru Sat., November 16. during ourAnniversary

I-l'lt': \Vnlkci- Come in and pick up our Salecelebration

Susan AlvarezEric NATURE MADE VITAMIN Sale Circular

Wed Jan. 18

the William Mrs.engagement Roily Alvare/Ann Lewis-Alvarez and Starke approaching announce 7:1: 49-::' '2 w fin 1 .89 LOD /

marriage of their daughter, Susan .

Harold Gainesville J. Walker, son of of Midland Mr. and, Mich.Mrs SHAVE CREAM BOTTLE OF 100 TIDE CHEER or', FAB FABRIC PRODUCTS2LITER '

Miss Alvarez is a graduate of BHS. 11-OZ. Limit 2 42OZ. SOFTNER
Mr. Walker a graduate of Midland 0 CHOICE 64-OZ. Limit 2
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The wedding is planned for Jan. OF, TYPES,1
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All single men and women are invited I
to a dinner and fellowship at
the First Baptist Church in Stdl'keon
Friday night, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. '
The church will furnish the ham "
and you bring the rest. The church is 0- -
located at Jefferson and Clark Sts. '' .. --:- I'
'all the church for further details at "f :'J.t: ;" ,r>;,..... t'tJ. ,-.
4-6562; after 5 p.m. call Doris ..r;;;;.. reSiiii'r' r l;;
Roberts at 9645675. We'll be I
looking / r C r
for you. sYr "" VisiiieAC. r a I cTac ra k ac1 rack

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Sets Fish Fry, C REMOVED 25% MIO .S.Ot. Keg. 5.99Transloimable t POPCORN ANDY
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Gospel Sing Nov. 16 "/ / 4-OZ. TYPES limn : Jrwtln 12S-Ot.9s
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fish fry and gospel! sing for Safur- HARD I ILS III '
day, Nov. 16.
The fish fry will begin at 5:30: p.m.
and feature fish and all the fixins for
i a delicious country-style meal.
The gospel sing will begin at 7 p.m.
and feature groups like: The m IIJ
\". Cavaliers, The New Spirit Singers,
and The Gospel Sounds.
The church is located on SR-125, HEFTY SO-CALION
going Macclenny. NAIl PRODUCTS 1.19 .S'OZ. 12 88 ALCLEANER 57-25 I.97 ROBOTS I.49 PACK OF 10
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bring a friend to enjoy the meal, the I.
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St.Marks Flea Market
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And Craft Sale Nov. 23 9J IIOIt IIIrafIII fat' ,
St.Marks Episcopal Church Imll
I members will have a Flea Markel -
and Craft sale on Saturday, Nov. 23,
I from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the church F N P (
(grounds for the benefit of the
There will be White Elephant 1.59 tl01 2 TYPES 2.2912.OCNSE 9.9 SWEATER I .U Uf
[items, collectibles, vine wreaths, N : Rtg. ta 11.99RO POCKETS Aegwto9 H.
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light luncheon will be served by B I 1 __ _
[the youth group and there will be a -- ,
I bake sale by the Women of the -
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I have DeSue's normally Several been 5th held members victims annual Thanksgiving of family of illness the reunion day.family which, I2/69cF! 79 tg 1 39 I 2.69

necessitated weeks and hospitalization are now in in the recent "CASHMERE' BOUQUET M&M'S PLAIN'or LONG, LIFE KODAK COLOR

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Willie DeSue, Evelena Scott and SINGLE PACK
Gracie Williams.
Plans are underway for next dam\\i\
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year's reunion, tentatively scheduled 1 r da :' a
to be held in Bradford County I KodacolorVJ

next Thanksgiving. ,
WP wish all a happy and healthy 'o 1 rr t QHJ P e a I
holiday season.Keystone t

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Club Nov. Events ,.. "I )' U",
Keystone Heights Singles Club has
nnounced its dance schedule for the
emainder of November.The roou wo"l
A ryrN + rte
dances will be held on Thursay 0 IJ r r t a
nights, from 8 to 11 p.m. at the DlABETlCARE
I eystone Heights Lions Club. Ad- ;
ission will be $2 for members and
I H for guests. The attire will be a S
asual, but no blue jeans. please. FULL SELECTION AND COMPETITIVE PRICES FOR nr'" O pt
November 14--regular dance. THE CARE OF DIABETES. /
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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I n':3.iiOU.500.60! 1'105737)x99

; ) Public Library Allocations
1985.86 BUDGET 8b..39.0l 1
: Recreations. Grants and! Allocations s .1' I
The proposed; operating budget expenditures of the Bradford County Board of County Commissioners, are .' '
: := '
", 7.620/o. 'more than last year's total operating expenditures. lo.7Sl,5::: : 9 90 Development" Improvements, Soil Cost 21,985,00. !

,. .' ,'1' ,I,' 10-17?7-562r99 ,, County Indigent Allocations' \v .::,. : 136,500,00' i
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Esther.B. Ellerson
Gilbert S. Brown 1 ,,:, '. '.' \ .,

Clerk to the Board 'I County'Finance/ "[' Director.,..10-81-591-99. .J", 'i;;'.,',J S ...;.Reserve"' for Contingency 'J'I/\ ;y"?/ I;';,"4::':'Ii.":, 1(;""' I i I

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1" ,, ', '" County Appropriation and Allocations Ir 13, 800. 00 11'J' ,; ',.
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.. &"'r4,,,"' ': 1985-86" FISCAL YEAR BUDGET.: ', ,," .i.\! i" surf!\ 10-241-100.' TOTAL, BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1985-86 ,, 1.9sf-:59'3'roo: I.t: ;;." '" .
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"..I.,.,tr1r' i ', BRADFORD COUNTY l..j. > >!1r" ,;':'l"j j?, '('h''r., ,," .
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\ '1..' 'POPULATION..... '.'1/1' ( (-'as''' : ,of,'fl( April'. "' 1'1984).'... ) : ",,:,:& fro, f' ,. II .":';" ,;,' ,' <. '1\(,t.'' r!": .J jJ":\::'.,1tIY.[:W''.. ',; I" f.' I, '. ,., ,:.". ? ., ""N'" >j;.. "//'"",/', '' .

COUNTY (Unincorporated ) .:,.'. .'o.o..o.; J'."'o. ::.'; 15.87'] )" 1" .. 69.03% ,,('r;'?','I'.A .,." '}' 'FOR. THE .FISCAL YEAR ENDING' SEPTEMBER. 30.' ,1986' ':';;;,\",,
BROOKER.. . . . .'. '. .' .'.. : . . .. 442 t.,?, 1.92% 1\t." "7) ,,),,; .. 'f",5'' ; .I''i;, i/.,
I t IIAMPTON . . .r. . ... '. :. : : .'. ;, . :; ( 467', ::4"t< 2.03% '. ': : ':""i ','" ;. '' ,VI KEY

i '. LAWTEY. . . . .,..' ,. ,.,..'. . .,. "...."". 711" .'." :J, 3.09'%, ACCOUNT NUMBER: \;, ACCOUNT TITLE '. T';:' REVENUE. CODE
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'J 'STARKE. ...' .". . . .-. ',". . ...". '. . : .";., 5.503 I !, ,.111I i:' 23.93% w \." \
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County Tax on Gasoline ;
j' TOTAL. . . . .r. . . :'. . . 22.996 "" ,": 100.00% 245000.00.''.'t, ... 1
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'. ''f' ',,1' ,\ 20-335-999 State Gas Tax
UNINCORPOR TED AREAS . . . : . . . . \\69.03% ,2ZS. 7,00. 0 | .: 1

... INCORPORATED AREAS . ... . ::: .'. . f.:: :'. . ;".. .' ,:";" 30.91%_ 20-369-999 1 '
Refunds Interest, & Mi. Revenue
46500.00 1
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.. .. .... ,)'<:' .' '. ..,\ 20-383-100 Transfer: Building Reserve Fund 150000.00 ,1

Z. -ASSESSED: VALUATION ((1985 Tax Roll) ----------- Estimated Revenue '667200.00
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"f.! 'J: 1 L 20-399-100. : Less S% Discount ,33360.00
"i" COUNTY" (UNINCORPORATED) . h. : . . .,. 117.176,422 ", '4, 67.12% 20-111-100 '. Total Estimated Revenues.' 633840.00 '
: BROOKER . . . . :: ...." : '.". :": :... . ;": 1,151,484 ""j"a .. ,."J c.'.' 66'% 20-101-100 1" : Balance Cash 283494.00 .

.", HAMPTON. . . . . . . . . . . 1,118,760 "i" .64% ---------- S, TOTAL'ESTIMATED REVENUE AND .CASH 917334.00

LAWTEY. . . . . . ... ... . . . . \,; 2,371,092 1.36%

STARKE. : . . . :. . :: . . . .i- 52.760,312 1 30.22% ,

TOTAL. : . . ... . . ... : . . .'. . ,174,518,130 ; 100.00%

UNINCORPORATED AREAS . . . . . . . . . :, 67.,12. % 5

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: r., '" I 20-11-541-99. County Transportation Allocations 353118.00
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,+" \ r. 20-11-541-99 Rental, Repairs, Gas and Tools Cost 177,000.00
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--2W-----------" : .'I .\< ,''''' -\/I;\ : :..... ".,": : Y'} .:i'_"..;. .y;,1.,1WEI'Ir. <.;;'" 20-11-541799 New Construction, Improvements Cost 304,000.00 1
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"' : "' 20-12-541-99 County Engineer & Sign Shop Cost 45216.00 1 ,
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20-16-541-99: Reserve for 38000.00 1
COUNTY (Unincorporated) .', j .o. . . . 4,616 !' 61.68% ,. .

BROOKER. . . .'. . . . . . . . 118 1,58% 'II
20-241-100 TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1985-86 917334.00
u HAMPTON. . . . . . . . . :. . 180 2.40% I

LAWTEY. ii . . .'. . . . . . . . 371 ( 4.96%

c STARKE. . i . . . . . . . . 2.199 29.38% FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND ,
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r INCORPORATED 'AREAS. :. ; . . . .: . . . 38. 2% (.. ,-: Ojj4"A J.; ,
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6. STATE REVENUE .SHARING FUNDS ,, '..,, "1 '.. f''r' :''J 30-311-100 Taxes 187..322.00. 2

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':h 1/3 Unincorporated Areas ,':: I. :' t: '. 30-334-999 State Revenue and Reimbursements 174.500.00 1

"' '7 2/3 Based on Populations ,I :: '
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.d TV") 30-368-999 Local
Revenues and Fees' 167775.00 1
'"I,'.' \ ---------- Estimated Revenue 529,597'.00

AMOUNT ALLOCATED INCORPORATED EAS. . . . . .' . . . . 69.682 30-399-100 Leas S% Discount (26, 480.00) _

., .' 30-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue 503,117.00
1 :! TOTAL AMOUNT OF REVENUE. :. . .t . . ::-.i.; ; i . 225,000 30-101-100 Balance Cash .00

'.. \' .. > ; v ,. '. ,' *>. '' -" --------'"--" TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE AND CASH 503117.00 '
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.t ;r,1;:, FOR THE 'FISCAL' YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1986 .,1"10 v* X
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Y6311100.if : CODE
Taxes 1215762.00 fI' f-" 2

:r 10-320-100' Local Revenues 218907.00 'j'"': I, 1 30-03-523-46 County Jail Repairs and Maintenance 7000.00 1

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10-.33'4-900': .." State Revenues ? ,491,579.00. 1 30-11-516-99: Court Public Defenders & Examiner 112,500.00 ,'tl' 1

10-383-600.r: (" Fund 23.1l3. f i if: 1 30-14-516-99 Sheriff : Judicial Cost .
:,. (" ," Transfer: BuildingReserve. ;; .. 2200.00 1
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"I.:;: ""' :------=---.".. Estimated Revenue, l,9SS,361.00 M'-' Sheriff : Cost and AllocationsReserve'for 354, 417.00. 1

:, 10-399-100 Less 5% Discount' (97,768.00) '.:'" '

10-171-100';'" Total Estimated Revenue ',jj 1,857,593.00 t."', 30-20-591-99: Contingency 27000.00 jl ( F-ttj: 'I 1
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10-101-100 Balance Cash ,10 100.000.
: Mr i:,," 30-241-100:
--------- Total Revenue and Cash'GENERAL 1.957.593.00 :, :. TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1985':86' 503117.00 f ;:: ,
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: County' Allocations ,',,, X'd'u" ,40-332-100" i Federal Revenue
i ,. 10-21-511-99 : .f, Allocation & Interest ,. 241.670.00Estimated 1
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; ; f, ,." 2251699;; : ,;' Clerk Circuit; Finance. CountY'Court' ,334.250.00;;; ",: P'1; ----- -- Revenue '241670.00
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: .... Less 5Z Discount ((12.084.00)
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{ "" J 'd' i'10-24-513-99 Allocation "i 166,142.00. Xf Yi 2 40-171-100 '
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Appraiser Total'Estimat.d '.
;.:. Property,. Revenue, 229586.00
r"',.':, :'\, -. "!t\'If-'fi''..iW',':'!.M'I' ...: '",, ,. ., >. .. "' 1-," ", '''d''' .'"; 40-101-100 Balance : Cash .;'.r-< 95651.00 i
: : ; =sb= Tax Collector Commission I'' 98.000.ooji'. :. ,i', 2 -- --- TOTAL ESTIMATED '
: ', .' 90. : ', >., ,,.", .' REVENUE" AND CASH 325,237.00
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'I.i ".. iJ." ., .. :<;.,....'. ., ..I. '" ,' ,' '. FOR THE.FISCAL. YEAR, ENDING SEPTEMBER 30,1986' j.'I'' ':
2'"Bradford' Chamberof Commerce 5.000.00; ..I' S .. ,'It' !! ,
...( +"" 10-30-519- A ?, [ I' .. .. '
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,. '. f .', Jlj 10-31-522-99:+' u: Fire Allocations 42,962.00. 3 ACCOUNT NMBER ACCOUNT TITLE "" : : APPROPRIATION :. CODEt :
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\ .; 10- 7-524-99'. Zoning bepartment, Allacatione 68. 2.00"';' County Cost ; ;. ,110,500.00f! (' ;;,. 1 '

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r '. "y, '" ,. .; >. 10-39-525-991. Communications 'Allocations' 6 45696.0Q t. 1 40-02-523-99. \ 'SheriffI" "Cost and Allocations '. 204.037.0Q., < .. 1
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., t ";'' "" .". "' :. .lO-it-5'37-99. ".* Agriculture, and rf.E.. ..Department' vft ', /8.552.00Jt..."f l.a? ,\.40-21-590-99'. '"'Reserve.. for Contingency, ,!/'v, ., ; .f I 10.706'.00 1 ,!

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of. 'l 'TOTAL 325237.00 ,
. f 1 '-.:!-553.99.Veteran Officer Allocations 5,851.00'y : 40-241-100 BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1985-86 .

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KOK' THE:: FISCAL YEAR ENDING!:[? ; SEPTEMBER 0 1986' : 9.86i"
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.".! 1. Transfer/ Raserve''PUn, !! ",.11 r $46020581-91 /r transfer! Fund : | : ;; < 1 .
;: 4r' j-Mu-383-fOO r : Building ; ', '. 43,000. 00 / \; Transportation Trust 'S'i. :: i 150,000.00.f. i, *. \
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*> .----------1'1. .* Estimated Revenue / I '(, 14,000 00 6 50581-91 :* Law Library Fund 13,000.00 1 I
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"'.; 'c 50-171-100-: ;' ;,'/:' Total Estimated Revenue' '? 13,300,00 .d 600- 581 91 '. '. )\ Transfer' :' Courthouse. Debt Service .'}" *'", ,' 33,000.0019.200.00'f'. !/ ;il ; ,

...; "..'."''i,!.-5.---10__-100'___ ", ,. ., TOTAL Balance. ESTIMATED'Cash REVENUE AND' .CASH 15,050.00 1750,00 ,r p '1.581-91 '" \ '\< :Transfer, ; : Solid Waste Debt Service 4'Iy L;;", : ,: <: > .1.
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: l' .o" : Capital. Outlay 5,000,00 ,.r
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"" :, FOR THE I FISCAL ?YEAR .ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1986 ; 60. 41100'r I"1ITOTAL j" t, BUDGET. ,APPROPRIATION 198586143313'I,,., I OQ +NI; : ..

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.:, "' 50-08-516-99\ I "'r4 R f, .".. Circuit & Judges ti ,.1., a,1 '. I, +" ,: ... .. '"/ ESTIMATED REVENUE. ;- :"" ,rt I ., ..."..I.i: IJ'' i4 "I"'''.> '..1''f:' f 1'.;, 'I'
County / Library 15,050.00 : '
.5 ; ''"' 1 i')''>1' '>, r; 'x /o M + ':: FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER. 30.M986'KV '" ;',... r:;' .;. ,;\t 4.;;t SS4\ j .
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,'' ; J 361-100 ";:Sinking, Reserve Interest Earned 10000.00

', FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER. 30 1986'' .' '** >;4k > 70:383-100 \' '::-.'.',;.;Transfer. : Building: Reserve '''Fund ) : 33000.00' 'J + '.Ir: ;

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ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE REVENUE CODE 'C':v----___ Estimated Revenue' 43,000.00 I' 1.r. !
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55-311-100 Taxes .922 on 174,578,130 160.961.00. ::2.? .70-399-100 Less 5% Discount (2150.00) ';' :: Ih
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55-342-600 EMT Fees for Services ;I :. 46,500.00 ':! '; 1 70-171-100' ., Total Estimated Revenue 40850.00 '. i ,';: (i1y i.1

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55-361-100 EMT Interest Earned 2437.00 1 Balance Cash 128075.00 : ::7 1
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55-171-100 : Total Estimated Revenue ,,.. ; 1k" 199403.00 '. :' ', :; .)i ';'4 '.. FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER '' 30 ;', 1986. ',.,: ;' .\ J ': I"

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COUNTY E.M.T. FUND ? 70-99-582-51 Printing of Coupons \ 300.00. I'' 1. 1

BUDGET APPROPRIATION 70-99-582-71 Retirement Bonds Issue Courthouse 40000.00 1

: FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 1986 Interest on Bonds Courthouse 23625.00 1
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: ::: 113068.00 'T 702'h-1 .TOTAL BUDGET. APPROPRIATION 1985-86 168925.00 .r
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55-20-525-21 FICA Taxes 'w'' 'i : J '! .
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55-20-525-22 Retirement Cost .' : '. 13840.00 tk 1;: .. ..... .. ...

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55-20-526-23 Life and Health Insurance :+- 4500.00 :.' "'"' ',"I .1 1 \ \, ,

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55-20-525-34 Maintenance Contract Equipment 1.000,00 '" ;; ": ,. ,.1 .p ,, "'

71-361.100 Solid Waste Interest Earned 500.00' 1

55-20-525-40 Auto Allowance and Travel Expenses 1000.00 l' ', '""" I' 'a : :r:
71-383..100 Transfer: Building Reserve .,Fund .<., 19200.00 '. 'hlq3:

55-20-525-41 Communication Cost 770.00 ,\'. \ l 1'"" .,.'. : .< :':' ;'.:.> .'. .>:::; !:J .: '

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---------- Estimated Revenue 19700.00
55-20-525-45 Auto Insurance Allocation .
t' 2500.00 i C'.lo ; ,,;. 1, ;
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55-20-sis-52-1 \ ------ Total Estimated Revenue and Cash' 47700.00 "
Medical Supplies and Materials 6.3 5.00) : 1
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60-383"1'00'' 7 Building j Reserve Racing Monlesj, &: *,, &\ "-,;, .v; 223,250.00, ,1i: '' .fI' 1 1.100Estimated '\'{?; TOTAL I BUDGET APPROPRIATION 19858647,700.00 '. "
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These girls are true champions .
The BHS Cross Country team for 1985 includes(from left to right*: Lisa
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8:15 6:30:: p.m.p.m. Cross Country Squad Wins District TitleComing

on strong, the Lady Tornado Tornadoes to the first place spot.Palatka's will be a test for the Tornadoes with Hospital in preparation."It's .
Cross Country team won the Rachel Hopkins came three tough teams ready to take on going to take an effort like at
District 2 Championship Saturday from behind in the last mile to take all comers. Pensacola Pine Forest the University of Florida Invita-
Nov. 9, in Jacksonville. first in 11:55: with Jenna Dunn from Niceville and Tallahassee Leon are tional for us to win" says Loper.
Taking the title with 41 points Bishop Kenny, the early leader expected to give BHS trouble on the "It's up to the girl's how bad they
BHS finishing second in 12:06.: to the state meet. "
heads into the regionals in wary want to do it.
P6KFNO' Tallahassee this Saturday, Nov. 16, They're really going to have to
i at 1:30: p.m. on the Jake Gaither Golf Crossing the finish line close run-up to their potential in order to
Course against some strong competition together, Kelley Jackson and Lisa win it," says Coach Loper. T.om Rcsultc I I-BHS 41, 2.81.1101' Kmny
Tierney took sixth and seventh in Rolling hills are in store for the 57.Mlddleburg 44,4-Palltki If. S-St. Auguitin
CHINESE "I thought they ran well," said 13:10: and 13:13.: Chrissey Anderswas ladies on the Jake Gaither Golf U4 Lt. no teem Ices.. Englowood no tom
Coach George Loper. "I'm par- 12th in 13:33: and Christie Har- Course in the state's capitol and Icon.
I ticulary pleased with Christie Har- rell was 13th in 13:38.: Robin Mann Loper has been working his girls Individual R..ulli: l-R.chl Hopkins
{ rell and her coming back and how ing was 18th. in 14:10.: hard to get them ready. Several 11:11 U RESfA I IIt well they did." times a week the team has been going 4-8.'" Mkhiols iii5i. Cindy. Oroior 11:0*,
Regional Test... '-Kollty Jickion 13::10 7 Ll Tlornot 12:27.I2.CII.I..ey ,
It Lori Sapp finished third overall to Gainesville to run on the hills Andirl 13:13, 13-Chrlttlt Hirnll"
coming in at 12:21: to lead the Lady The regional meet in Tallahassee around North Florida Regional laJI. It-Robin Manning, :10
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many as 2.5 million people win 'ttrE1'.aht"Tela e4 ;deaths while :Agriculture Animal Research S-- _
NEW OWNERSHIP be stung by fire ants each month rare, have been reported in almost vice in Gainesville, Florida, it is just "rapidlyueenant product I
( during the summer according to an every state infested by the small, a matter of time until the "invinci- over 200 eggs a day and between five
article in Postgraduate Medicine by nasty reddish brown insects. ble" fire ant leapfrogs the arid and six million offspring in a
i l allergist Dr. Barry R. Paull of TexasA The carnivorous fire ants are tiny Southwest and extends its dominionto lifetime. Each fire ant mound is
Come by Friday, Nov. 15 __ & M University's College of but aggressive. If a mound is California and the Pacific Nor- capable of producing four to five
Medicine. disturbed the entire colony can con- thwest. thousand new queens each year.
Lc and meet the new owner Most of them will have a normal tain up to 250,000 ants. Each ant is Government supported programsto That averages out to about 1,000
reaction to the fire ant bite: an intense capable of stinging more than once. control the fire ant have been queens per acre and puts the United
I9\1l\ KING HSIAM KU of Cape Coral burning sensation followed by Stories of young farm animals being drastically reduced in most states, States fire ant population in the
the formation of blister-like killed after disturbing a mound are and eliminated in others. That trillions.
pustules. The pustules take several commonplace.The means that individual homeowners There are two ways to control fire
II//AI 1 j// Our menu will be varied, the staff days to heal are extremely Itchy imported fire ant, Solenopsis! farmers, merchants and local ants: baits and drenches. According
and easily infected. They often require Invicta literally the Invincible Ant government officials will bear the to Dr. Lofgren baits provide more
courteous, and prices reasonable. medical attention.Approximately was accidentally carried from South Brunt 6f ridding yards, fields, lasting results.
400,000 of those bit America to this country about 50 recreation areas and even sidewalksof Drenches, such as boiling water
ten will develop severe reactions years ago. Nobody is quite sure how. the pest. and some pesticides are applied to
Stop by today hello!
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pulse rates. More than 15,000 will Alabama, fire ants now infest over rural areas. In urban and residential effective in reducing fire ant
I i I II have a strong allergic reaction 260 million acres in Alabama, areas fire ants have been known to numbers but rarely reach the queen.
characterized by shock dropping Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana nest in sidewalk cracks under por- Baits are chemically treated food
blood pressure and loss of con Mississippi North Carolina ches and in other places where they which is carried by the worker ant to
I sciousness. South Carolina and Texas. cannot be readily seen or easily the queen who devours it and dies.
A few may die. According to Dr. Clifford Lofgrenof avoided. With the queen dead no new ants
the United States Department? of Getting rid of fire ants is no easy are produced and the colony dies. .


Flowers that decorate your tenor use offer a double delight. Not vironment, but they can and should \
THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1986 Florida garden and can be cut for Inonly do they color your exterior pn- be used more extensively to brightenthe
indoors where we spend 80 per-
cent of our time.
Cut flowers can be used as fresh
KEY bouquetsmany lasting a week or
ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT' TTTLE :REVENUE CODE moreor as more permanent dried
73-311-100 Taxes remitted to State .363 Summer annuals which are excellent -
for use as cut flowers are
on 174,578,130 63372.00 2 marigolds, cosmos zinnias coreopsis -
and the magnificent Gloriosa
o daisy the hybrid version of
e !' blackeyed Susans. Of course many
other summer blooming flowers can
---------- Estimated Revenue 63372.00 2 be used such as celosia globe
... amaranth tithonia and many
wildflowers. the cooler fall
73-399-100 Less 5% Discount ((3,169.00)) 2KEY f and spring months During the selection of

suitable cut flowers is much greater.
73-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue Remitted 60,203.00 Agertum snapdragons, calendulas
mums, dianthus species sweet peas
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND nasturtiums and pansies greatly
enlarge the list of available cut

ESTIMATED REVENUEFOR t flowers.Many of the flowers we have men-

el tioned can also be used in dried ar-
THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1986 (', rangements.For .
\ hundreds of years gardeners '
Poulaw have preserved flowers by drying
and used these for permanent interior -
ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE REVENUE decorations. The so-called"everlastings"
..i; like statice and \
strawflower have been most
72-361-100 S1 Model 2000 popular but additional
Capital Outlay Interest Earned ,00 '. many an-
can be used. Blossoms are
72-383-100 It with 16" bar and chain usually cut when their color is at its
Transfer: Building Reserve Fund. i v< 5,000.00"s : 1 peak leaves removed and bound
PLUS extra 12" bar and chain
'., together in bunches for drying. The
72-383-200 Transfer Mosquito Control 31380.00 1 s A reg. retail value of $209.99 flowers are hung upside down in a
:' dark dry place for several weeks.
K I Now Flowers other than"everlastings"can
:;v '. be dried by burying In materials
I such as sand and borax ore om meal
---------- Estimated Revenue and borax. These methods
; :
36,380100. ; 1 $149 : for are successful
*f certain flowers but
72-399-100 Less 5% Discount .00 .'I.c' expires 12/21/85 undependable for others. More
1 Exclusive 1 Year Limited Warranty On All Poulan Models.See Dealer For Details recently a drying agent called silica
gel has been used. This
72-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue '. 36,380.00 i f* -: Florida Pest Control has the capacity to absorb compound large

It 539 E. Call Street quantities of moisture and is used to
72-101-100 Balance: Cash 8620.00 quickly dehydrate cut flowers.
964-5745 Flowers minus leaves buried
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A young, rebuilding Tavares Split end Robbie Wolfe, number 85
eleven, 3-5 on the season, will visit and a junior, is the other receiver.
tomorrow night (Friday, Nov. 15) to Best Tavares athlete is number 22,
take on the number one ranked Class Sharon Archie,who plays left half on
3A football team, Bradford High. offense and co:nerback on defense. "; ,
Last year Tavares was championof Archie is a shifty, fast, hard runner. fin
its district. And Coach Max Wetts- On defense he is the best hitter on
tein has the Bulldogs back on the the Bulldog team, a good open field Whirlpool
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says Tornado Head Coach David gaps on running plays.
Hurse, who has known Wettstein for Quarterback Philip Reutebush,
about 15 years.Tavares number 10 and a senior, has an 6
is a young and scrappy average arm, throws right-handed .r
wishbone team which has shown is a drop back passer, and rr..rr ,
good improvement over the past sometimes throws to a back out o the -
three games. They have good size on backfield as well as the tight end. Makes
the line. The backs are average size, Fullback David Lattimore I
155-160 pounds, says Coach Hurse. number 24 and a junior, is a solidrunner lf
The Dogs lost 33-7 last week to 4-4 but is lanky and runs
Eustis. straight up. ,
BHS hasn't seen a wishbone option Right guard Frank Lawton, : -
offense in awhile, and that can number 62 and a senior, is an aggressive it
always cause some problems, points solid performer. Right ,
out Coach Mike Sexton, the Tornado tackle Andy Yowell, number 73 anda
defensive coordinator. senior, is big and strong.A .
Tavares is primarily a running good many Bulldogs go both
team, but the Bulldogs will probably ways, including linemen Lawton, J
pass more against BHS because they Brad Young, Robbie Wolfe,and Paul I
probably won't be able to move the Hanna. Wolfe is the'split eend and Easier
ball on the ground against the tough defensive safety.FB Lattimore is an _
Tornado defense, Coach Hurse ex inside linebacker on defense, and U
pects. Tavares pulls its guards, Archie is a cornerback.
traps the tackles,and usually runs to Tavares is a two to four touchdown
the wide side of the field. underdog to the undefeated 8-0 Tor-
When Tavares does throw, the nado eleven. A Tavares win wouldbe
favorite target is the tight end, Paul a big upset It is not a district
Hanna, number one and a senior game, however.

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8-0 and going into its ninth game of Being number one hasn't gone to
the 1985 season, the Tornado elevenis anybody's head, says Coach Mike Get a FREE Turkey \
I ranked number one in the state in Sexton. The team has gone about it
Class AAA prep football. from day one ranked or unranked.
BHS is number one by virtue of "Everybody is happy to be numberone with each purchased before Nov. 22
Tallahassee Godby's 21-18 loss to but I don't think it's gone to range
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Crestview and Godby will play for the state. BHS had four successful Range- -- Agitator W.Rln..Combln..oon..3W.'l".ea.y.CI..nr -Mounted lint Filter.TOUGH..TOP'Polyester,
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the district championship wrappedup. The layoff helped BHS heal its >50] AH l 4 29
It appears BHS will host wounds. The team is healthy now except -
Inverness-Citrus in the first post for a few bruises from practice.But .
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when BHS was idle. Inverness beat end Greg Jackson and Dennis Cum- mnonCmter.More -
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u t ) must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Fri
day afternoon Fill in all the blanks with either the name of the team
you think will win or"tie" if you think the game will end in a tie. The
person who picks the most games right will win the top prize.
,t Last Week's Winner
3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored in the Bradford
to wf Y Letty Woodburn High School game each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a
: tiebreaker. Please fill in the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes -
Th. Woodburn family teems to hove a real and their opponent combined in the tiebreaker blank. For instance -
handle on the football teen this year, a. yet if the score in the Tornadoe game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents
anoth.r m.mb.r of thl. family won the 7, the correct score was 26 points.
Telegraph contest last w..... Letty Woodburn 4)) All decisions of the judges are final. A second tiebreaker will be us-
misted thro.gam., out of a total of 68 entrlet. ed if necessary.TERWILLEGAR .

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Loads of imported lumber change the outlook ,:

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By Mark Friedlin Company near Maxville. The Max been through but it's the long term
BCT Staff Writer villa plan employs a high percentage trends of the situation that worry ;.,4 +
of local workers from Starke : '" 'ror .
Imports. us, Capper said. "We had really
The word is beginning to have an Keystone Heights and Lake Butler. started to make a good recovery' ,,
ominous sound for local and area "They have harvested a big surplus from the recession of several years
.. workers involved in the important in Canada over the past several ago." tir" ,
lumber industry as imported wood seasons and they, are shipping the Thrown into a tailspin by a severe
products from Canada flood into the bulk of it here to markets in the recession caused by the Iranian Oil / t f
domestic market, lowering prices Southeast at prices Which are hurting Crisis which pushed interest rates to .
local companies can get for their the local industry It's very record highs in 1981, the industry r
products and threatening a cutback similar to the situation workers in in was well on its way back as realtors f
in the workforce. the automotive industry face with reported big jumps in the crucial /, """. ,
That could mean hard times for car imports from Japan or anything housing starts which provide the ,
many employees of the four major else foreign workers can make local lumber industry with its
market. Business started to pick up I
late in 1982 when market
general ., wW.W ,, 'pw
conditions pushed housing costs
down slightly. Now, with inflation
"+ rates no longer a factor in the

....,un.,.... .... .... I .. .. business outlook, the picture should i !
.; ., T brighter than it is. ,
I I'st' ,:' "It's frustrating," Capper said. "I

.1.1' ( hope the problem doesn't continue to I

} grow. II I
The pent up demand for housing[ ,
built up by high inflation rates, caus- II
..' ed off their
many consumers to put .
buying decisions because of the high T q I
nr cost of borrowing money. When in r +
terest rates fell, housing starts
1 1I jumped, starting a ripple effect felt
strongly by the economy at the local

I level. 'Fr 1Ya
:f ;
The Gilman sawmill is a good ex
ample. y :.., -

over 100 workers from
R A'Import Bradford, Union, Clay, Duval and

Baker Counties, the mill was given ,
new management in 1976 when I
Threat... Gilman let Coastal Lumber Com f
Local lumber plants have made a big recovery since the severe reces pany's lease on the property expire I
sion three years ago. and resumed control of the huge ,
Now cheap imports from Canada may threaten that new growth. facility
The mill, running 24 hours I
tne which and in to take advantage per
paper companies in area cheaply ship V
day, is capable of turning out 15,000 N xL.
have provided steady of free market
employementfor our system. .,.
board feet hour
per 250,000 square
what has been
a steadily Hercules
I ExampleYou feet day when it is working at .
broadening base of over 500 fulltime don't have to look that far, per
full capacity, which it has been doIng
workers who support themselvesand however, to find another example of
for much of the past three
their families harvesting this imports hurting the local workforce. The wet weather has.alowecLttia years. .
. tradtttqrmrlry Important forth Hercules, Inc.,.which had employedover pac otbariulstingltiWlyabu i ; w xivmr--i '
Florida resource. 80 local workersatitsn>1ner"tories q' l
at local mills are down conv*
The Owens-Illinois plant located in resin processing heavy equipment pared to a scenario which included' ar
Union County is the largest in the repair facility in Starke now finds overflowing storage areas with no
full of idled
area, a massive plant and process- itself with a lot customers insight just a few years
ing center which employs over 250 machines, and more importantly, ago during the recession.
workers in both the sawmill and idled work crews who where helpingthe Most new orders for lumber products
related professions. local economy with their con in -the state are coming from
sumer spending.The South Florida where a moderate ,
Ironically, the import invasion is source of the trouble for Hercules building boom is still going on due to + -. scrr
beginning to hurt .the local plants was not the Canadians or any the state's rapid population growth. ;k
just when a sustained period of usual trading partner or ally of the The Gilman plant is set up to han sr
grawthinthatallimportantstatistichousing United States. The Peoples Republicof dle nearly all phases of the lumber
starts had brought the in China, with its vast pine forests industry with a sawmill and forestry
dustry a period of stability and and literally millions of some of the products division in Maxville and a
steady, if not spectacular growth lowest paid workers in the world, _
paper plant in St. Mary's, Georgia. + --'---------- -----
since the recession of 198081. discovered" the resin The Products I
market Forestry
The rise in Canadian lumber im early this year. DivisionTrailridge( Forestry Inc.) .. I
ports, which is now the subject of a The result Hundreds of workers, is located in Maxville near the ..'23Lr 1.d..L ..rtC
congressional study by lawmakersin both at Hercules and in related sup sawmill and employs from 20-30( peopie !
Washington 'D.C., began as a port industries suddenly faced!: with at any one time.
trickle early last year and has turn- the prospect of finding new careers The majority of these crews' ac- + !
ed into a flood, according to several in midstream.Lumber tivities are involved in caring for the V
spokesman for the industry, who say Industry Up and Down trees on Gilman land and also in processing ;
Canadian lumbermen have"discovered" The local lumber industry has pulpwood for
the growing market always been a cyclical one in which ducts. The company has paper crews pro-who
for their products in the sunbelt. rising and falling fortunes in the use mobile chippers in their work
"Canadian lumber has always housing industry have played a vital out in the field.
been available to customers but we part in the continued steady employ- The main operation, however, is
have never seen the volume which ment picture for the local economy. out at the massive sawmill plant,
has flooded into the market down Now with housing starts still up In where the freshly felled logs are
here in the south like this before," the state and in the southeast, the unloaded from trucks onto eight
commented David Capper, a picture should be bright. :
spokesman for the Gilman Paper "This Isn'{ the worst period we've See Page 4B

t I' oto.I,Me"'''.''lIn
Big Impact...
The wood products Industry Is big lit this area, mak- surplus of wood grown In Canada which has been
ing a big economic Impact on cities like Starke and steadily eroding the market these workers base their

Lake Butler where many of the workers live. llvelyhoods on.
ly.N., ,;, Now their growth may be threatened by a huge '

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: The Owens-Illinois to the largest of the timber company the Owens-Illinois facility near Lake Butler. ;,, ,
employers In this area with over 250 active Dave Capper, an employe at GIlman Sawmill near H
worker at the main sawmill Union County and in Maxville which is also a big employer In this area,
related professions. keeps a close eye on the massive equipment In the
:\ huge truck takes on a load of wood chlpsabove) at plantat lower right) which operates 24-houn per day.

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News Eriefs-- .. ,,1'(1"( ? "
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Food Theft Charged after a Rawson's assistant manager Michael David Starling, 24, Rt 1,; For Disturbing PeaceJohn resisting arrest with violence,and 3)) Slocum failed the test, and confessedthe
caught him trying to leave the back Lawtey, was arrested Nov. 10 for threats against a police officer. He theft to the test examiner.
To Middleburg Man door of the store without paying for failing to follow a judge's order to V. Daniel, 30, of Bradford i was released from jail Nov. 12 on his Arresting officer was Patrolman
Charles Jackson Jr:, 25, an merchandise concealed under his pay $3$ per week in rhilri! ....!'nort. County was arrested Nov. 9 when own recognizance. K.R. Hinds of the Starke Police
unemployed Starke man is chargedwith shirt., Starke Patrolman William C. Reno Department.
grand theft for cashing checkson The items Jones, released on his Starling is in arrears $770 and has responded to a disturbance call at Lie Detector Nabs
the accounts of his parents. own recognizance was caught with not made a payment since July 12, the Lil Champ Store at.US-301( and Thief of $1,886 Man Caught Taking
Jackson was arrested Nov. 10 by were a package of KC steak valuedat according to a court document. Center Street. Into LWCI
Starke Patrolman William C. Reno $2.62, a package of beef chuck eye Starling was released on his own When questioned, Daniel began Lawrence Dewayne Slocum 19, of Drugs
for cashing Florida National Bank filet valued at'$3.59, and a bottle recognizance on a charge of driving yelling obscenities and threatened to Bradford County is charged with Craig' Allen Brown, 23, of Rt 1,
counter checks totaling $495 and Mogen David 20/20 wine Valued while his license was suspended, but kill the policeman. Officer Reno grand theft following his Nov. 9 arrest Keystone Heights was arrested Nov.
Community State Bank counter $3.29. remains in jail on the child support reported he had to use force to sub- for stealing $1,886 from the safe 9 and charged with introducing con
checks totaling $250. He has been Man Jailed charge and must pay it to be releas due Daniel to make the arrest. Reno in the Cedar River Restaurant in traband into Lawtey Correctional
,sent to the CARE Unit in Jackson Lawtey ed. Arresting officer was Deputy also reported smelling a strong odor Starke, where Slocum was a Institution,which is a felony offense.
ville for drug treatment. For Failure to Pay Sheriff Sammy Eunice. of alcohol emanating from Daniel. dishwasher.( The contraband was found in a
Child Daniel is charged with three Slocum, along with the other routine shakedown. Brown was a
Man Caught Stealing Support Man, 30, Arrested counts: 1)) disorderly intoxication 2)) employees, took a lie detector test. visitor at LWCI.

Food from RawsonsA

Middleburg man, Henry Jones,
Jr., 27, is charged with retail theft

With Sheriff's Tuesday 14 morning Arrests Office was Busy one of the 1NN DIIIn

busiest in recent months for the
Bradford County Sheriff's Depart.
ment with 14 arrests to process and
court going on in both courtrooms
upstairs in the county courthouse.The .
routine arrests included:

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Larry Lee Stone, Star Route 1,
Hampton, charged with willful and
wanton reckess driving. Bond was
set at $157.50. Arresting officer was SupermarketTM
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
W.D. Langston.

Edward,was arrested Foster,Nov.38, a 9 Mississippiman for driving I r i TRUEr-------*:-**-d d-Ilt; -ljMl\1ri&rl( -"--1 1PRIC'---E-;,--:-!-' V---'' :(mmi' uI' .1i rp-><-cEa--; -.-i ---e--\--------p'ddr\ ld!dd d'I'

under beverages.the influence Foster's bloodalcohollevel of alcoholic R'\tkl\".: SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS I 'R'\tkn...-- 50 RMtkl\ \ SAVE 50 I

was found to be .18. The lawful --couPON SHERBET 0' I i i--coupoN DELSEVBATHROOM I-.i 1 -- OUP01 >J THRIFTY MAID -.'

blood-alcohol level is .10. Foster was : ICE CREAM TISSUE ''Mrln
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released on his own recognizance by I .' : ; i Ij
Judge George Pierce after posting a I : CATSUPc
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bond of$325.Concepcion. o1 ?-' .I :"- I
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Torres, 19, a Marine I' f[ HALF 1' l. t I I L 32-oT. '
stationed GAL I
in Jacksonville, was BIl.
charged with no valid driver's !I@ COUPON GOOD NOVEMBER 14 20. 1985 .s@I I@ @I @
COUPON GOOD NOVEMBER 14 20. 198S ,? ; @I
after Nov. 10 Limit 1 with !
license being stopped SID 00 or more purchase1 excl. cigs J limit 1 with $10000' a Limit 1 will 510 00 .el. a
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CR-225 in FHP ------ ----- ------ s.------------------------J s.----------------- ..1t
on Lawtey by. ------
Trooper David Goodner Torres was
freed on a $75 bond. 'STIE 'I tWlhPthsontll FREE 5x7

3 f -- With' Every Color Print Roll
Edward William Woehrmeyer, Save WITH Processed' EVERY DAY!
30, of Jacksonville, was arrested now and A Winning Combination
Nov. band charged with driving help your
while his license was suspended. He 1 kids find $1 00 ,. Color Rim Developing
was freed on a bond of $535.Woehrmeyer's Crunch F'FERA L 8n. k
Aap'n One to
? klMlp
blood alcohol level Sonnaibr SHARE A'
was tested and found to be 12. STAMPS $200 U3' ;s.... )\ One to share
$1,000,000 ,.. .rw. YOU PAY ONLY

Thomas Edward Rodriquez, 16, 0" AEOULAR'AeEl 12 exp. 24 prints $3.19

of Keystone Heights was arrested S REWARDS PRICES GOOD ,.-...........,.,.110.us.U, 15 expo- 30 prints S4.39
Nov. 9 for driving while impaired by 1 i 1 t Specially Marked Cip A Cnincn Peciaget :wi.pd&p. ,..a. 24 exp. 48 prints $5.99
alcoholic beverages and driving THURS. WED.,
te. ee to a 36 ex P.- 72 prints 9.49
while intoxicated. Rodriquez's blood NOVEMBER 1nni 0""
MAVONNAI54 1 x 14 20, 1985 j
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alcohol level was measured at .20 too
23. He,' refused'to .Btgnj the<*teftU>s. 1, 5219 I7 ., r,1. ,..... "tot* ... :\ ...
results. >Starke Patrolman K.R. : :" ne'1' ':':.. : -1'h'I
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Hinds Jr. stopped"Rodriquez after
observing the Rodriquez vehicle's "
failure to stay in one lane. Rodriquezwas ,. .,.. .
recently placed on probation by ..".". .'...... "...
Judge George Pierce on a charge of 0 C '. A{ .r1L'" !

trespass parking at Starke Lanes, -', ( .bf..'..":">.. AAA
the bowling alley on US-301 north. ,. I,
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Patrick Rayburn Crawford,24,of l '''1'--
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arrested Nov. 11 and 1., ..
Hampton was
charged with having no tag on his 1cE 1 1 L + S iff' ,, ) ...;.o'o.' ': "r ) [
vehicle and driving while his license '-: / -:!:' '-: / --rt'
was suspended. Crawford was 1 I 12 s
released on his own recognizanceafter DINlIofRWARE. GlfTWARE. GLASSWARE $
posting a $310 bond. 1A 999.el
prie whir h IIi" you reaon lu'9 elebrAle!'
\ w,mp ymt.nn runmwnl. m" n.., ,.peso"i Armmx,......,..
William H. Whitman, III, 35, of bt'z em NA1'N/II NI" .
Gainesville was arrested Nov. 10 pe
and charged with possession of not QUANTITY RIGHTS
20' of cannabis. 1
more than grams WIN*Dull tTOMES IMCCOPVMIOHt
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper IHI I
W.D. Langston, the arresting of
ficer, stopped Whitman's vehicle on
US-301 two miles north of Lawtey for
no tag, and could smell the odor of
cannabis coming from the vehicle.A 1 s '
search revealed cannabis in the r 0 1
truck of the car. One roach clip was 1
found on the floor of the car Whit.
man was released on his own 1 I e
$262.recognizance after posting a bond of / A 1 *' u s.CHOICE 1 L 41e e


SRWMD purchases

Sunbelt propertyThe

Suwannee River Water
Mangement District Governing
Board,at its September'85 meeting, s I I II
voted to purchase a 568-acre tract of I I '
land along the Aucilla River called .
the "Sunbelt Tract." The land along 3/
this portion of the river includes J 0 /
parts of Jefferson, Madison, and ,
Taylor counties. The counties have 1N.J -I, .
agreed to manage the lands after the A : / i fI

purchase is completed., I 0 '
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The effects of Hurricane Elena on ,l o
water'levels and rainfall amounts
within the district area was sum-
marized by Teresa O'Carroll, Program
Manager-Water Supply.
Groundwater and surfacewater
levels at above, normal .
are or ,
:\<"' )"lI a".w"plll.H'
levels for this time of year. Last jnut/un,45r(1! II .,iofl unnpklcSTONEWARE '
month all surfacewater levels were /cotl't. sell, i[Ihipcsyu,d,,
below normal* Rainfall was above rymslAUrun..lecltunk"nm' '
normal for the month of August and
will probably be above normal for
September. 7 Covered 1 '

The land acquisition committee of CASSEROLE """'"SPEC'IALRETAILNITNpr1TPUxCHA.S83L99'5'nutfunnpfAimr'ixPn
the governing board was recessedand
will reconvene on October 3, at Wao7 e
10 A.M.The next reguarly scheduled, (( Euspfkun/nrrmmr/ .r. ,
governing board meeting will be on Sliunln.Suv//flume Cuimk I
October 17, at 1. P.M.at\ district ------------ ----- '' 1 1 t'' ", A /
headquarters in Live Oak'.id will be j SPECIAL WEEILYSAVINGS
preceded by.a meeting. the land SiHllhumpliin Tihklof
acquisition committee at 10 A.M. Covered'e
For:>> further information, contact T Individual

Carolyn Mobley, (904)362-1001 Casserole If2 CANSCHABLIS 499

A' NOVEMBER 14-10, lees MOSK '
msTh. $099.w I GALLQ WINE
huiupiin '
wllliuil uluftm it W 11"LTR.' $339
earth to not perfectly I------r--------------J BTL
round. Distances.aaured
through the pol.are shorter
than thoM at the qurtor..


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Circus Preview... ..

Special Franzen Bros. Circus clown performance set Nov. 18 in Starke,McDonalds and County Public Library >" ..

1 ? Pack up your frowns and polish up senior citizens, and$4 for adults aged dustrial arts teacher at a high schoolin
a r} your smiles with a duet of celebrated 14-64. Tickets are on sale at the central Wisconsin before answer
, I % Franzen Brothers Circus clowns, Starke Chamber of Commerce and ing the call of the Big Top
.. .. J'k Flippo and Chryssi, will set off a Denmark Furniture in Starke, at The featured act are the "Poniesof
Ii ... spark of hilarity and color in the cir Spires IGA Store in Lake Butler and America" Franzen bought the
.. .. ., .:( ':, ,",1\""'; ,'. ,: cus performance set for Saturday, at Watson's Realty and Lake Region twelve matched Leopard Ponies in
', i'h/1" ;, "' ,, .. ,'" t Nov. 23, at the Bradford County Travel In Keystone Heights.The 1977 and spent 1,000 hours that
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Fairgrounds with shows set at 2 p.m. Kiwanis Club receives proceeds winter rehearsing them. They per-
r A and4JOp.m. from advance ticket sales only form a liberty drill routine.'meaningthat
', ," gip; N c The clowns will also make a ,so be sure to buy your tickets early they perform without leads in
.:.". Lr ; { special appearance at McDonald's .No advance tickets will be sold on perfect unison.They do spins,figure
in Starke from 5:30-6:30: : p.m. and '\ circus day. Family tickets are eights, reverses and salutes to the
also at the Bradford County Public available for$15 and will admit two audience.
.. Library at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. adults and four children. Children Clyde, the Franzen Brothers Circus -
IB. These shows are FREE. under two are admitted free.Ticketsat camel; is the only camel performing ( -
The clowns will burst upon the the gate are $1 more. In the circus world today.
scene several days before the circus. The Franzen Brothers Circus Clyde performs with Chico, the
Klippo and Chryssi will amaze and features over 50 wild and domestic( llama In a mixed animal review.
amuse with their juggling balls, animals including seven Royal When was the last time you saw a
unicycles, stilts and magic wands, Bengal tigers, three African llama Jump over a camel?
heralding the approach of ten lionesses, twelve matched Leopard Llamas are very stupid animals
trucks fifty animals, and one dozen Ponies of America, three elephants,
performers of the circus. a camel and a llama.
Tickets<< for the circus are on sale The circus was started by Wayne Circus...
now for$:::1 for children under 14 and Franzen in 1974. He was an In- .
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Chryssi and Flippo are just two of the lords of The clowns will also appear at McDonald's in Starkeon Auto Air, Stereo P Brakes PSt Air SAVE -
laughter that Hill delight young and old alike at the :11ondly. No\ IN. from !5:10-11:11I:: ( : ) p.m, and at the
Kran/en Brothers Circus set Saturday, Nov. 23: at the Bradfoi County Public Library at 7 p.m.These shows $5200 3400 $2795
Bradford County Fair Groundwith show at 2 p.I1I.lIlId are free.Tickets.
4:30: to the circus are available at the Starke
p.m. Chamber of Commerce and Denmaik Kiirniluie, and 80 Datsun 72 Ford 74 Ford
Thl'ft'ulll\ being sponsored by the Starke Kiwanis at SpirCN li.Store in Lake Butler and also at Watson'sKeal
Club. (>' and Lake onion Travel in Keystone Heights. 4x4 Pickup Maverick

SAVE SAVE Looks & Runs Good

Be careful operating farm equipment on public roads 2800 850 850

Sponsored by Lake Butler FFAA ing track of following traffic and Signal slow-downs, Flops, and
defensive driver vehicles trying to pass. turns when possibleTurn ;! I
operating a Closeout All 1985
farm vehicle on a public road would: Do not hog the road Hitch trail- lights on at dusk, and when 78 Pontiac on
Always stop at the end of the ing equipment for minimum total visibility is poor.
driveway or lane and look both ways vehicle width and try to keep it all Do not permit riders on tractors, Grand Prix, Runs American Made SAVE $$$$$
before pulling onto the road. within your lane trailing, or self propelled equipment -
Adjust travel speed to road conditions 300 Dodge Chrysler & Plymouth
Shift to a lower gear before going: Exercise care at blind intersec- ,
up or down hills and grades when tions on county roads, and when
Watch the road ahead while keep pulling a heavy rolling load. crossing narrow bridges.

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Stove&Fireplace Light Kits

Accessories Fan Accessories

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IWA Professional Wrestling

I Tuesday, November 19 at 8 pmin

the Keystone Heights High School Gym

To Be Taped for National Television

?%4 4twny : World Heavyweight. Championship Match

(Belt will be Awarded to Winner!)'





; ( his valet the gorgeous Anastasia)

.. Special Referee for this Match Only The Great Maelenko _
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Se's"Ma' All South Tag Team Championship Match

Tiger Conway, Jr..vs Randy Rose &

Steady Work... & Terry Orndorff f "Pretty Boy" Doug
Richard Kurtz adjusts the blades on the giant'hipnation and interest rates hate been lowered bringing .
N-Saw at the Gilman facility in :Maxville. a new housing boom to the local economy. '-'I,. ? Sommers (Current Champs)
Lumber industry employees have been busy since in
(s\ec\.Ot\ : Bugsy McGraw vs Dr. Red Roberts

Imports could threaten local industryFrom \\taC ALSO APPEARING -
Big Ox Baker Ex-Green Bay Packer Vern (the Big V)
blades on curved metal arms. round tree into a perfectly formed
Henderson Raoul! Amata Mike Majestic Bad Boy Bob Cook
Page Spreading out to just exceed the exact boards of all sizes and shapes.
diameter of each tree, the The employees at the sawmills in TICKETS' S7.00 Ringside $5.00 General Admission
large concrete storage pads. There machine completely strips the bark the area have enjoyed good times $3.00.Children; At The Door ._
they are loaded on one of two log from a full sized tree in less than one since the end of the recession and the
decks which trasnport them on a minute. lowering of interest rates. Now they
massive chain link conveyor system hope this new prosperity won't be
throughout the remainder of the pro- cancelled out due to the "invasion"
cess. The logs are then fed into the from Canada.
largest single piece of equipment at -
The logs are fed into huge any mill. a huge saw(nicknamed the
machines called "debarkers' Chip-N Saw) by its manufacturer. It
costing up to $40,000 each which .is really: a collection of knives saws
pulls the logs- through, -- a- system of- and blades which can transform a Get the LAKE CHEVY-OLDS ADVANTAGE SAVE $

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holidays to No.3681 only 3 Left at This. Price
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Circuit Court DID'vW t f61. A pRfi6td/

Action on nine cases in Circuit he took two purses trom a car,owned -' Wayne Hadeny Hutchins refusedto J.;
Court were taken in a Tuesday more by Sheri Walls,parked at the San- change his plea of not guilty to
1tIIlA ning, Nov. 12, session before Judge ta Fe boat ramp,pleaded no contest.A four charges: robbery while armed S
R.A. (Buzzy) Green.A presentence investigation was with a weapon, a knife; grand theft, Soma of the most powerful flying fish can jump over
ordered. aggravated assault, and battery. the deck of a email ship.CARPET.
written plea of not guilty was The case was set lor trial Nov. 18.
entered for Gary Lynn Taylor of Altoona Two counts of aggravated bat- Hutchins is charged with fighting
charged with four counts of tery against Van Harold Prescottwere with Ray Bell, holding a knife to his I
DWI manslaughter and four cases of dismissed by the court. ,.throat, and removing Bell's wallet. SALE
vehicular manslaughter in the death c.
'of four people resulting from a colli- ,d
sion in which Taylor's semitractorand .. SAVES
trailer veered into the traffic Held PRICE FREE PAD
lane of the car.Taylor corrected but
struck the car almost head-on In the Over 1-/2

attempt. by SALE 100% Nylon 100% Nylon

Gwendolyn Hankerson of Starke and Popular Alan llz Marl, Saxony Plush Sculptured Shag
pleaded guilty to a
presentence Investigation was Demand Wendy Tony- Linoa 6.99 with 3/8" pad '7.99 with 3/8" pad

ordered by Judge Green. Ms. Square YardInstallation Square Yard
Hankerson Is charged with filing an
J In Time for! Thanksgiving
Installation Extra
application for food stamps on which Extra
she stated her husband, Levon JhialrplaneePERMS!
Hankerson, was unemployed, when, .. ,
in fact, Hankerson was employed at No Wax
Bradford Furniture. Ms. Hankerson Commercial Vinyl Flooring
to accepting $364 in .
pleaded guilty
qNrTb1 food stamps between March 8 and Level Loop from 5.99
A June 15,1983.She was first placed on CarpetPerfect Square YardInstallation
the pretrial intervention program on Men & Women Body or Curlies I
the condition that the money be i for Room Extra
repaid. Since the money has not $2 0.00 I with a lot of use
been repaid, Ms. Hankerson was . . Now
t returned to the Circuit Court trial Reg.40.00..I '4.99 We Also Have Custom
Square Yard Made Cabinets and

Kim Andrews,also known as Kim Women Reg. '14.00 .,' . Now7.OOMen Glued DownInstallation Remodeling by
Chartier, pleaded no contest to a Johnson
Extra Vaughn
grand theft charge in which she .- Reg. '14.00 .Now7.OO
wrote a $500 bad check. A pre-
t? rA sentence investigation was ordered. FROSTINGs Suncoast
Jeffrey L. Hollman, who walkedoff

a from the and Lawtey was found Correctional a day later Institution Men & Women Reg. MO.OO . Now 2 0.0 0 Shop Service at Home Call Carpets

up in a tree, pleaded no contest to ALL HAIRCOLOR *
escape. The court ordered an up- George or Tina
dated report from the probation officer '9.00 140 S. Thompson Street
on Holiman, who is deaf and Men & Women Reg. '18.00 . Now We will bring samples Starke, Florida

can hardly speak. Disposition of the Open Mon.-Sat.. Offer Expires Nov.30 to you. HOURS: .
is set for Nov. 18. |
case 473-4295
964-5849 or
Eddie Speed, charged with Call Now or Stop by 9o4-3645 StarkeJ 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
N burglary of a conveyance in which

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Worthington Bazaar Set S

This Weekend... NORMAN' :

The Worthington Springs Civic
Club Annual Bazaar set for Saturday '
: Nov.le.from a.m.to 4 p.m.at _
the Worthington Community Centeron J S
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A chili minor will also be QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS MARI7ET /S
available for hungry.shoppers. S k ,
Site Prtcei Ettoctlvt f j 4j
Thru wee, Nov. 20, 1885 ;- 964.6071

Circusfrom page 3 QUALITY MEAlsJ

' Wayne Franzen says It woula have .
I' been easier to train a block of woodto EATER '
tto-d trick than It'WasHo"'train1'V\ V c-I i .''t r' FRYER I THIGHS . . . 39VFRESH
Chicb:3TChico lEG QUARTERS,,, ra . 27'i lb. .,
I has to do his act every nay fRESH. .
, what to dot GROUND CHUCK . . S13V
or he forgets 78% Family Pak
The main performers in the circus Family Pak . . . QUARTER
are multi-talented people. BONELESS -

Top Wayne circus Franzen as a little had boy and seen was a Big bit- SIRLOIN STEAKS . . .,. . S19V 4>:: CENTER PORK CUT LOINS . . . . . . S12V

ten school by the teacher circus bug.but soon He became started a T-BONE/PORTEBHOUSE . . S27V I ': POHX CHOPS . . . . . . S18V
training animals and then took out
his first circus in 1974. DELMONICO STEAKS . . . S39V MARKET SLICED BACON . . 99V
Bill Reynolds, the ringmaster, BONELESS

was the also bureacracy a teacher in-education who grew tired and of ROUND STEAK . . . . . S17V : FRYER DRUMSTICKS .. ... . . 49V
then ran away and Joined the circus. WHOLE -, FRESH

His she wife was had an adult never and seen now a circus has per-till' BEEF TENDER LOIN . . . S29V **=-- NECKBONES or FEET . . 4ib. lorS1

formed Jeus with Lawson several, who circuses.performs an BEEF CUBE STEAK . . . . S2'V SWOKED NECK 49VI
unusual hand balancing routine, is a BONELESS BONES or HOCKS . . .

degree graduate in environmental of Dartmouth science.with He a STEW BEEF . . . . . . S17V .. COUNTRY STYLE RIBS . . . 99V
was on the gymnastic team in college -
and after graduating decided
circus life was more interesting than ALWAYS FRESH PRODUCE .
business routine.
the 9 to 5
Curt Cassidy,who do an
aerial act, were working in TOMATOES..3Ibl..1..or390lb. BAKING POTATOES . J9V
Wisconsin-Heidi as a bank teller and (Alt Size;)
Kurt in a restaurant. GREEN CRISPBROCCOLI ---0--
When Kurt proposed to Heidi she JUICE ORANGES Oozes. . . . .
said "yes" if they could run away (Bunch) . . . . . 69 III, ,_. ..., FRESH FROM OUR FARM .

and with Join the the Franzen circus.Brothers They have Circus been *WHITE POTATOES to lb. .'.. . 69" COLLARD GREENS (Su.cb); .. . . 69V
for three years now. RED
All the circus'"stars" have other SMALL FANCY RED
duties with the circus besides perfor- SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT . . 7/S100 ** DELICIOUS APPLES . . . 5 ibs. S 1
ming. Heidi Cassidy serves as book- SOUTH '
keeoer, Jeus Lawson pops popcorn FLA POLE BEANS . . . ... . 49e -1--:4 EXTRA FANCY
for the crowd,and Kurt Cassidy runs of .FLORIDA -,. GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES . 39CIb.NAVEL .
the elephant rides. The glamour $ ?
the circus lasts only one hour and 45 ORANGES . . . .0. Doz MEDIUM 49C .
minutes, the work goes on for much GOLDEN SWEET YELLOW ONIONS 3 Ib. lag . . . 0

longer. BANANAS . . . . ... 5 Ibs. $ RED DELICIOUS APPLES 3 lb. gag . 69C

Fruit Cake Malarial NEW CROP
STARKE' LANES. Available in 1 Ib. or 5 lb. boxes SPECIALS I SHELLED PECANS . . . .13 Ib.
1812 N. Itmytt Ave_ 884S1T5Man



MULLET Undressad . 39clb. ; *o BAHAMA

Learn to Bowl ClassesStarting I FILLETS . S18V SNOW CRAB CLUSTERS S21lb.

, Monday. .(. .). 10:00,am'I FRESH $ 9 FRESHWATER CATFISH 99cib. J
9:30 9Ib.
pm GROUPER FILETS 8.10 oz. S
Tuesday . . 7:00 pm 0 FRESH GULF
Thursday. .. . 10:00 am FRESH HEADLESS PIN X RID. 's RED SNAPPER FILETS $2"ib.
. . 7:00 pm SHRIMP 2 79 j
Friday . . . lb.
Saturday .. .. .. 2:00 pm .
Cost $1.25 per class ((4 wks $5)Free ) \I __
Classes art Imltad to 9 P ppll ,i I '
For further Informal: SEALTEST ICE CREAM u FM ......... l ft lal, 1" Roasted & Salted Jumbo Pistachios ib.1311 -

I Cal 904-4233 or>$4817SCLGB SEALTEST SOUR CREAMS?... Buy.1 1 Gat 1 FREE FRESH GROUND PEANUT BUTTER .......... 99ci
---- 2featurlng.----l SMALL AA GRADE EGGS io' .ni .............. SIll 2 Liter Coca Cola Products ,-. ...... 99C.. '

.., bound" GOLDEN FLAXE II. ............. 7 Up, DIET'TUp2' LITER ?.....?... 10f..
Came Room. Pool Tables JDBI CAlPS/ 7.f IUsgar.nTAT4fazPe CHIPS_7QC.II. -

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3 Games $2.40 from 2-8 pm ,.

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Iit9iRili 1BiRWlai18iRiliIAW AWIVff .
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;: ? 301SpecNalrotyhorn Shop : ;::3"
Prssaj," .e.& Norman's Market \.
s \<" ''' i Hand Painted Game Boards Yorkratl. Candy (SlickS & Bags) i
.111, (, 4I rIr Holiday Ribbons & Williamsburg CandlestI
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I 4 9 Y Award Winner... 2]! OLUCT1RLES
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.Clay Electric General Manager
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Tommy Millican at left, presents
'r '' the Clay Electric Coop Employee
ear Recognition Award to Keystone
; 'y Heights District Serviceman Wayne
i pr' llollingftworth of ThoresKa. Under New Management




l 1 Mile North of Starke, Fla on U.S. 301


I Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2

I Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1' to 11

Co-op employee honored, ,-" --- -..... .---.

Clay Electric Co-op employee in member service. II SUNDAY DINNERIS Happy
Wayne Hollingsworth of Theressahas Millican said Hollingsworth had MUSIC Ladies
received the cooperative's an- been voted by several co-op (
nual Employee Recognition Award, members during the past year for BACK! Hours Drinks
announced General Manager Tom- his service to members both on and Thursday Saturday
The award was off the job. 5 O.
my Millican. Starts at 9 Tuesday
presented by Millican to Holl- "We receive letters from SERVING FROM 11 am 2 pm Mon. thru Fit
ingsworth on Tuesday Nov. 12 in members" Millican said "and Mffi! Sunday.at 7 t112 Price
ceremonies held at the Keystone we've received several complimentary FRIED CHICKENMashed \'
with the
Heights district office. letters about Wayne." '. at 7
The Recognition Award is Potatoes with Gravy, Green Beans, House Salad
presented to co-op employees who Hollingsworth,is employed as a Hot Rolls & Butter Coffee or Tea Laurel River Band '
have presented themselves in an serviceman. He has worked for the
outstanding manner. Hollingsworth co-op 18 years. He and his wife, Featuring: Jerry Caldwell,
u na l'Pt'oPni7M fnrhir ..A.hipvpmpnttl Deborah have four children. M.50COME and Brian Morgan with Johnny Ballad

Brooker sets The festival is open to all sorts of ECONO LODGE
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arts and crafts in all categories.Cash rI
arts and crafts'festival awards and ribbons will be AL"oFFiciRS!
Dec. 7 given as prizes. Strawberry Patch Restaurant I I,
For more information,contact the U.S. 301 N. Stake 964.7600 I MONDAYS ARE'YOUR DAYS!
The second annual Arts and Crafts Brooker Volunteer Fire Department I
Festival is set in Brooker at the (sponsoring organization) at P.O. I Well Drinks 1.25 ... Beer *..9OI I II
Farmers Market on CR-18 for Saturday Box 127, Brooker,Fl., 32622. I

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with these November Specials Lake Butler Farm Center LB

Model 2000- 12" Bar & Fe Hwy 121 South Lake Butler 496.3921 Fe

Chain Plus A
OPEN Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30: Sat. 7:30-12:00:
16" Bar & Chain

Reg. $209.99

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Model #3400 Paint &: Electrical Plumbing

18" Bar & Chain
Accessories Supplies
Reg. $359.99 Supplies
Sale 299"

3.4 cu. In. ONLY
.Solid, Slate Ignition engine,',
Counier Vibe, System !vv 0 0 & TI11II. .
Reduces Vibration A Month
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Model /4000 13" Bow Saw A Mond
(Welded Reversible Bow)

3,9 cu. In Engine Solid Stale Ignition'
All Position Ctuburcilor' Counter Vibe System' Reg. $559.99 Complete Line
Auluinciiu, cud, l bon\ual Oiling, "
'. SaleMar..aae 3 9 9

gay Blacks. Decker Rye Grass WesternWear

PLUS Free I-- Winter. Rye Seed Available, .
Clock Radio Power Tools
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Gifts ShirtsBelts

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If You Need A Spare or Replacement-Save Nowl ,, Manein' & JeansYour

Bar or Chain ; '
Sprocket Life forCHRISTMAS StOre'
For Smal Saws' "r or Chain ."
10" Reg. 14",. SaIIA. 9/1 for Large 4 j' For urge Saws '

12"Reg.18" '.,. 11'!(, or Small .'<1a" Reg.'u" Sale 16"; 73M :om.e."..of L.m. .o..dM sup.cr .-
u"Beg.1a".t.'1'' ,, Id", Saw .V 1'- .. 27" 18" .We.._ .: COIN**M ue for.. .H of yow j farm Supply n .oda.WIIoIeMIe Of Aetell-ON'-n' ws cdms. .

M.,15"l 1 $"799 J J2a-Re,30" .... .19" F.nlllqq, FJe1d & v... .SMds. earn Po1.S I4&dwsn.Ch.mlc.M, Hay.Twtne, WoIverwIM Boots Wr.ngl,.r J..ne,. .
16" Reg 20"! Minerai F .der., Water trougha, live P'PM' F..d potting soils, cow .mown dolomite. lawn & garden IIIPPI// hence
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Obituaries "t.,. ,
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Mrs.'Anne Sam ns Shuford was a Correctional Officerat of Keystone Heights; two" ...1.' .. ......, 'i.mi, sty (tin i ii\, ." SALESALE..
Mrs. Anne the New River Annex. He was a Dr. of .1.1t'k' ; SALE -
Andreola Samons, 49, 1982 sons, Craig Kitchens Irb1' l? I-'If. \\I''holl'''' "i i .MMXV '
of Starke, died Tuesday, Nov. 12 at graduate of Bradford High Gainesville and Glenn' Kitchens of \\.h.1 Id"1 III \\nl'lll, ,,, II .
Bradford Hospital School and a member of Northsidc Palatka; three brothers, Ed of Mon- ilt' is I :Hir\i\ci| li\ Perms '35)s25
,following' a long Baptist Church. ltac' |I.is \\ih' 1 ::1 . . {Reg. )
illness. tgomery, Ala., Ralph of Ft. Myers, hu i 'J'1I1"WI' Oj 1"I.I..",
Born Jan 25, 1936 In Somerville, Survivors include his parents, and Cyrus of Cashiers, N.C.;. two ".I"lgill' | _. IMI :sons, Ku-ii ,ini. ', lies or''
N.J. Mrs. George and Valaria Shuford sisters Lillian .;, uim-i" ol' n Frosting
Samons' was a ; one O'Brient ol Greenville J.nkMiiiMllc.; .1 1'01"1'| | (' $1500
homemaker and a member of St. sister, Mrs. Gayle Shuford Nicula; S.C.,and Mary Elizabeth Scan- : IliIU)'.ill"1 i ('harl..III'. Koi-liii, ol is . (Reg. '25))
Edwards Catholic Church. She was maternal grandmother, Mrs. Lois L. nell of Las Vegas; and 4 grandchildren 11"111'(, I I. CO. : ,| si-i| | tau I..IUICIKT
also Secretary/Treasurer for the Carter, all of Lawtey .<,;It'd K. .ilso,( i.1| |",-//1\\1.| ('I 11.I .mil 10 "We Like To 'Keep YoJ l.ookin9.Good'l
All-Sports Club at Bradford High Funeral services were held at I .II"iIold'dl, '
School. Jones Chapel in Starke with Rev. In Memory \ri, 'nil'ills win, in,uli' litliliv \ 118 S. Thorn son St. WALK-INS WELCOME 964.
Survivors include her husband, James Cowart officiating. Burial Loving Memories of Jimmy Mar- : Ki-ilini-" F'.d' lloiin) lil
John D. Samons of Starke; three followed in Kingsley Lake Cemetery tin who entered into eternal rest .hi 'k.um' III,
sons, John David, Tod Jeffery, and with Jones Funeral Home of STarke November 22, 1980. -
Douglas Abram, all of Starke; two in charge of arrangements. You are not forgotten loved one,
daughters, Donna Tew and Cindy nor will you ever be; As long as life Sale
Ann.both of Starke; two brothers, Lewis L. BruceMr. and memory last, we will rememberthee. price
Louis Andreola of New Brunswick, Lewis Lonnie Bruce, 83, of .
N.J., and Tommy Andreola of An- Melrose, died November 7 in We miss you now, our hearts are
chorage'Alaska; and three sisters, Gainesville following a long illness. sore; As time goes by, we miss you
Mary Sunstrom of Seaside Hts., Born Feb. 7, 1902, in Hamber- more. Your loving smile your gentle I. p' MAC 110
N.J., Helen Andreola and Rose sham, Tenn., Mr. Bruce was a faceNo one can fill your vacant Saw Re9. Price $224.95 ;
Marie Fallon, both of Manville, N.J. retired jeweler, a Army veteran of place.
Rosary services conducted by W.W.II and member' of Masonic Your loving family--Daughter, 2.0 cu. in. ((32 cc) Automatic and n
Father Joseph Finlay will be held Lodge 623 of LaFollette, Tenn. Mother, Sisters and Brothers.
Thursday, Nov. 14 at the DeWitt C. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Thomas Family, Fender manual oiling. Chain Brake
Jones Chapel at 7 p.m. Funeral ser- Bernice Westberry Bruce of Family, Tyer Family, and Martin '
vices will be held Friday, Nov. 15 at Melrose; two sons, Louis L. Bruce, Family. Buy MAC 110 and Get FREE "
St. Edwards Catholic Church of Jr., of Jacksonville and Delmas
Starke. Burial will folow at Crosby Bruce of Cincinnati, Ohio; five Card of Thanks Spare 10" Bar and Chain nt
Lake Cemetery. Jones Funeral brothers, DeWitt of Detroit, Ledfordof With deepest gratitude we extend
Home of Starke is in charge of ar Daytona Beach, Bert of this word of thanks for many kind Mac 110
rangements. LaFollette, Tenn., Lester of Akron, acts of sympathy expressed by
Ohio, and Leonard of Knoxville, thoughtful friends.
Tenn.; and one sister, Emmie Special thanks to the church in IVlcCULLOCH
Walter W. Koerner Chadwell of LaFollette, Tenn. Pleasant Grove for the use of the WITH CHAIN BRAKE
Graveside funeral services were hall. PM 610-20" CHAIN SAW
Mr. Walter W. fellowship
Koerner, 86, of
conducted Monday, Nov. 11 by Kev.
Keystone Heights, died Saturday, Bobby Epps at Melrose Cemetery. May God continue to bless you all. $ O jfl 0 0 3-7 cu in (60( cc) automatic and manual oil-
The of
Nov. Family Harry Young PM 610
9 following long illness.
a Funeral arrangements were handl- SaVe %9 O in9- Chain brake. Electronic ignition. Anti-
Born Dec. 8, 1898 in
Lawrence, ed Jones Funeral
by Home of
Mass., Mr. Koerner moved here six hilly' 11'arrl'u'1'tu'ii. 'r vibration system.

years ago from New Hampshire. He Keystone Heights. KlIIKT.ll, :-t.1'\ UTS lol. l';lll\ \\.111"1'| )'Mc tLDC 4: '1 Reg. Price $ 2 6 9 9 5
was a retired treasurer with an in- John G. KitchensMr. 'i'lll"nPI' ....,;:' 359.95 Sale
vestment company and a member of hold l l l'Yi the Methodist Church. John Glenn Kitchens, 71, of .il, I 11 IK', lc'riK'\{ Cliuit'li ul i..01! ,uni,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gainesville died Wednesday, Nov. 6 \\rlV coiiiiili'li'i, |1.\ II,. lii v.'ioni' ;', '
Charlotte Goller Koerner; one at the Veterans Administration I1* I I.. lii'iiiii'ii., : K .mil, .liu \\ ..1<-11 .,- WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELLPM
daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Hcnrich of Hospital. 'I III nrr. \\lin II.'-> Inn n Hi, l Is ",
Derry, N.H.; one son, Walter W. Born in Laurens,S.C., he moved to 1\l AJ.itill Klnliri. :7n:> r.i',:" II., 10-10
Koerner, Jr., of Keystone Heights; Gainesville 39 years ago. He was a killol in ,iii .iiitnmnliil., ,ii-i I...1.1,11 ,1 'inM + DSP +
one sister, Mrs. Margaret Petersonof retired Army Veteran from W.W. II. ,lnlHI* ('011111\ ;\t>\ .1 ''
Middleton, Mass. 8 grand- He was also the retired owner of HlsUlli.N.l' I... u-llll. ,u,. 'M.ilMMi. ? Chrome Cylinder + Low
children, 18 great grandchildren, Chace and Kitchens Appliance and IIII' !Lurll, III Ilif. MOII" i- ( riutlfi.Mori .\
and 2 greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral Furniture Store in Gainesville and a '!'.. Al.ili.iiu.i Tone Muffler = PRO MAC
services were held Tues- member of First Baptist Church. MI'1'nlnt' "I "sri'MM; .. s-vifl.ir.\' MMWIOB'
day, Nov. 12 at DeWitt C. Jones Survivors Include his wife, .""i 'Ii' I'.IMII i ul the All.111,.iud Ilit 10-10S PAD
Chapel in Keystone, with Rev. Bud- Kathryn Kitchens of Gainesville; Chtiuli, in Kr\ -loiir Hi"I i. ul li> \\.i
dy Friedlin and Rev. David Landers daughter, Kay Mizell of Englewood,., .1 niriiilici in.': I't I il.OI') ( tt,1." .u-tiifii Tough. Efficient. Dependable. A great performer -
officiating. Jones Funeral Home of : has |just improved with age. 3.5cu. in.
Keystone was in charge of ar
rangements. exclusively by servicing dealers eA4

William KastnerMr. McCULLOCHWhen

William O'Meara Kastner, 44, Eddie Starling your job depends on It. Reg. '469"
of Gainesville, formerly a residentof
Keystone Heights, died November ,
t is ready
7 after a sudden illness. $35995Sale
Born Sept. 28, 1941 in Gary, In-
L You Money
Save .
diana, Mr. Kastner was a supervisorfor to .
Clay Electric Co-Op and servedin
the U.S. # on a Car or Truck
Navy.Survivors 't
include his wife, Mrs. OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLETNew Ace Har ware
Carol Sue Mackley Kastner of Bryan's
Gainesville; one son, Charles Scott or Used
Kastner of Griffis AFB N.Y. and ,
his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Plummerof ; T.od W" 1t IIIJ ... .1 .JQ, ;1' ''WgJpi t die )o NJaunan's; )' t-jj: : Palmetto & NightingaleKeystone :

Graveside Keystojujlleights funeral service" W Iii were$ I['+'- \t7Eddi. j '.'':;.\ '' 11.< r... ;! I'J rsLAKE t : (If 1a1.... '7 i I $ II: r:: 3-t .. Srark l" Heights

held No .; 11 in Keystone Heights CHEVROLETOLDSU.S. 964.4642 473.4006
Cemetery with Rev. Buddy Friedlin
officiating. Jones Funeral Home of 301 North Starke 964.7500
in r -
Keystone was charge of arrangements -
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Charles M. StormerMr. -

Charles Michael Stormer, 46,
of Keystone Heights, died Thursd.w, Carpet
Nov. 7 in an automobile accident
Born June 27, 1949 in Akron Ohio,
Mr. Stormer was a supervisor for
Owen Steel find a member of Gadara
Baptist Church' and Vinyl
Survivors mcludi- his wife, Mrs. ;
Helen Clayton Stormer and
daughter, Wendy Stormer, both of

Keystone Heights; three sons, .
Michael Stormer of Keystone, "h'' ". .
James Stormer of Jacksonville, and
Charles M. Long of Titusville; one
brother, .Carroll Stormer of
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; and one Model Of The Week!

sister, Mary Brewer of Hartsville, DONNA- PARADO H If Purchased on Minimum ,

held Graveside at Gadara funeral Cemetery services were in .. "ST/lLlA'RfJ W of 12 sq. yd. by November 30th

Keystone with Rev. Leamon Ward Excluding StairsGREAT .
officiating. Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone was in charge of ar-

John L. Shuford w, ,
Mr. John LeRoy Shuford, 21, of
Lawtey, died Wednesday, Nov. 6 in t I SLECTIONSOF
an accident at his home. _
Born January 16, 1964, MrAgriFest ,- ,

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Set Nov. 15-17 .. 4' ..
As Premiere. Event
Agri-Fest '85, the Florida Farm-
City Week kickoff event, is scheduled + ONE OF OUR BEST
Nov. 15-17 at the. Oaks Mall in r
Gainesville. I
.' )
.I' ,
Heralded as the state's premiere N4t a Vinyl .j
Farm-City Week activity, Agri-Fest t t
is sponsored by the Oaks Mall,

Florida the'Farm Florida Bureau Department Federationand of from $ ., 95 ;

Agriculture and Consumer Services. ii per sq yd :
Agri-Fest '85 will feature food
demonstrations, petting zoo and an [ + l
array of agribusiness and ,.' :

agricultural exhibits. Carpet :1

"The goal of Farm-City Week is to" ., ,
help people become more from $ .
knowledgeable and gain a greater '1' 095-
understanding and appreciation of e ,
each other's way of life," says I ;
FFBF President Carl B. Loop, Jr.,
who is the 1985 Florida Farm-City .ct CEZ TI/4(> FINANCING j
Week chairman. Farm-City Week ,-
will be observed internationallyNov. y"J'llJJN AVAILABLE
farmers around the .,.
world. 22-28 share as their pro lp.s and, ( C\ .::...... *': .

lifestyles with urban neif I bors., .:.ba.. 4
Donna it truly Dunning her'oversized Jackal with Mg pockttt If 100% Ktyle. Her
"We aU'share the saine1 natural blouse It I 11m pie cotton blend. The pants( are'In in updated took oIlr1tclllCrylc,tlntlcliId DENMARK FURNITURE I
resources and we're all working waist ind "Upend" \legt. The drop gold tarringt make her outfit complete. Jacket: 21.19
toward the same goalwhich is to .Pants: 9.99 Ear nA':3.00."f >
maintain clean, abundant water and 434 W. CALL STREET 411 W.'MADISON STREET STARKE
land for all citizens Loop says.' [. PAYING HIGH PRICES! 964.5817.964.5826 p:
"Agri-Fest is an Ideal way to get t
90 Days Same As Cash / Credit Terms Available =
free Delivery
that as rural and ur N.
message across VISA MC OPEN: 10 im 7 pm 492 Tempts Av.
ban dwellers gather at the Oaks Mall. LIWlw.W Men..... Acme Imm Wgh School
to look at the displays." Phone 9M-9772



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r?,iMed to the Btodlord County NESS CECELIA
lolftgiapli" oftittt I in writing( ou'd paid In '
d ad son'e. unless credit it already FOR SALE OPPORTUNITIESOWN
established with this-l office YARD SALEi Sot. 11/16 105 p.m., Sun. ill J C rREAL'T1
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 111711.4 p.m. Hampton Villa, Hampton Qr
t CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER MH septic tank well and Cloy Elec. 4 FAMILIES! Large selection of clothes, ladles apparel childrens, large size, P
I THE TELEPHONE : *.. hook-up. 7 pecan trees, mostly paper. some furniture,,, 12 g. Mossberg gun, combination tore, petltes maternity
Clarified deadline, is TUESDAY shell, bearing well. Pleasant Grove misc. 622 N. Spence St. off N. Orange, accessories Jordache, Chic Lee, Levi),
NOON, prior to Thursday publlc lion. area $28,000 full price. Will accept 1/3 near Air Pork Church Itpd 11/14 EZ Street, Izod Esprit, Tomboy, Calvin
( nchotgeis15wordsfor$2.75, down and finance balance at 10% for 5 CARPORT SALE Friday, 11/15 9 a.m. 212 Klein Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz PHONE 964.7776
trieit, 10 cents'lor each word Iheeafl.r. years Ernest Allen 964-6493 Starke. Redgrave Street Stork. Itpd 11/14 Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline,
Itpd 1114COMMERCIAL 1133 E. VROWNLEEt Sot. 11116'0.3 p.m. HeolthTex, over 1000 ,others. $13,300 205 N. Temple, Storke I
I PROPERTY for sale or Boys clothes, jewelry misc. Itchg 11/14 to$24,900 Inventory training fixtures,
lease. 30x40 building, fenced yard. 801 YARD SALE: two families. Friday 8.4 grand opening etc Can open 15 days.Mr. .
.. 11/14 .Today and always, may God bestow his love on you.
( N. Thompson St., 4734728. Itchg p.m.) Saturday 8noon. 601 S. Kennon 3056783639. Itpd 11/14
Westmoreland St. Itpd 11/14 MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 units in The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation of our
FOR SALE HELP WANTEDFULL BIG YARD SALE Fri & Sat 11/15.6.301 Keystone, house also $25,000 down progress.
Lafayette St, Itpd 11/14 net $20,000. Great tax advantages .
CAMPER W: 35' fifth wheel, American TIME REAL' ESTATE SALESPEOPLE) GARAGE SALE 1038 Plnebreeze, off Col- 3734792. 10/24 8tpd 12/12 SPECIAL
Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully self- Scholarship available) ERA Tiffin and ley Rd. 3 families. Frl-Sot. 9 am.4 ,CARGO 27 yr. old company build high DAIRY QUEEN: $89,900 Approximately 169' 301.
contained, 5332411. Call Owens, Inc Realtor 221 W. Layfayette p.m. Itpd 11/14 income, sideline business, no Invest on
after 6 p.m.price 5/16 tfn neg. St. 964-5065 7/4 tfn 3 FAMILIES mans, womens and ment. 964-4924 after 6 p.m. Itpd 11/14 Building being sold "as Is". Approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also, ap.

ROLLS OF HAYS Froth cut Alecla. Arthur CRUISE SHIP JOBSI Great Income poten childrens clothes, movie camera, baby prox. 12,700 sq. ft. of pavement.NEW .
Gaskins. 782.3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tin tial. All occupations. For Info call walker vacuum cleaner, pictures, curtains LOSTFOUNDLOST
BRADFORD LIMEROCK 312-742.8620 ext. 362. 10/24 4tpd Sot. 8:30: am. until. 411 N. LISTINGS

SALES 11/14 Broadway St. across from County Jail. CORNER LOT 3% ACRES, Rd. 100 W & Rd. 235, 3BR, 1Ba MH
EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home 11/14 RED MARE HORSE: mane clipped
Lfmerock & Fill Dirt
20 yd. ml-loodi only assembly work. For Info call YARD SALE 2nd RR crossing on Grlffis back hoof old and split. If found call plus office bldg. 30x30, well, 2 septic tanks, $50,000. Was a
Phone 782-3172 5/23tfchg 504.641.8003 *xt. 9579 4tpd 10/10,24. Loop on the curve. A litlle bit of Jail House In Storke. 8/8 fin successful car operation/residence combo. Owner retired.

STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for tale at 11/7,21 everything. Thurs & Fri. Itpd 11/14 LOST OR STOLEN: Red male Chow-Chow. SAMPSON LAKE: 1.91 acres: 3BR 2Ba CB, $68,000. With 20%
Doublewlde Home Center located TYPISTS: $500 weekly at home Write THURS FRI Jewelry pierced earrings Last seen In Sampson City area. down will finance.
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this It not P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF $.35 each or 3/l. Necklaces $.50 and REWARD. Phone 9647648. 10/31 2tpd owner
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg TWO SALESMEN WANTED: Experienced.Olin's up. Kerosene stove $75. 11/7 MAKE AN OFFER: Wilson Rd. frame/stucco 1 acre, "as Is".

FOR SALE? Store bought furniture for Mobil. Home Soles Starke. Ap Miscellaneous. 233 N. Boy St. behind WALK TO EVERYTHING: 431 Center St., 3BR 2Ba, 24300.
ale at Olins Home Center located on ply In person. 11/7 4tchg 11/28 Little Champ on 301 N. Itpd 11/14 533 PRATT ST.t 3BR IBa, $18.150.'PREFERRED .
Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer FULLTIME HAIRDRESSER: Experience re CLEANING OUT SALE: stereo elec.
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg quired. Call Glenda 9644151. 11/7 range, gas heater, sewing machine, TREE TRIMMING PROPERTIES
WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES) giant round 2tchg 1114GOVERNMENT dishwasher, Honda ZOOAFC other Licensed HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba, brick, Country Club, lot
14 ft. $289.95. Christmas JOBS S16.040-S59.230/yr. items. Residence 31 on Prison Property 478x310 2
galvanized paved driveway, car garage, fireplace, range,
Call 805.687.6000 ext. Circle Dr. 431-1944 Nov. 1623. 11/14
Now ,
$25 down. 1-752-1999 Lake
layaways, refrig., DW, central vacuum, hi-fi system, drapes & blinds,
City. 10/24 lOtpd 12/23 R-5S04 for current federal list. Itchg FRIDAY/SAT.t Big yard sale In Hampton. FIREWOOD For Sale
STEREO CONSOLE: with record player, 11/14 3 families, western books, clothes for plus hot tub. Assum. Mortgage of $50,000, 8.75% interest.
radio and 8 track like new best offer. STRONG HEALTHY PEOPLE: reliable and everyone and lots more. First road past Call for Free Estimates Owner will hold second mortgage.
hardworking full time, must havedrivers the post office. Itpd.!1114Classified
Phon.782-3380. 11/7 2tchg 11/14 .BARGAIN Frame home
964.7758 : two acres, swimming pool. $15,000.
license. Franzen 'Bros.Circus
TOPPER 496-2037: paneled 11/7 41pd Inside.11/28 LWB $'25. Bradford C. Fairgrounds, Sat Ads 11/14 3tchg WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2V4 year old

USED FURNITURE) 5 pc bedroom suite; Nov 23 only. 11/14 2tpd 11/21 Results cedar & stone home with handsome great room, cathedral
couch and matching rocker; coffee LADY WANTED to work several hours a Get ceilings, stunning fireplace, approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth
day to help care for elderly lady and
table and end tables; round dinette bedroom
master with bath other
table odd chairs desk Phone assist In housework.Call964.5074.llpd king-sized adjoining plus two
; ;
964-7771 11/7 2tpd 11/14 11/14 ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. bedrooms & bath, garage with magic door opener all this on
MOVING: MUST SELLS living room and over an acre of beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boat-ramp

dining room furniture Come Seel Con- MOTORCYCLES and dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best
erly Estates. Call first. Eves 9644962.
part for last a true value at $65,0001
11/7 2tchg 11/14 1915 ATC 200X) HONDA 3 wheeler
SEVERAL ITEMS regulation size pool 1700. OBO. Good condition.: 782-3333 .ENERGY EFFICIENT: Brick 4BR (one BR 14x20)), IVi baths, on

tab!., $350; chain link fencing 210 ft; 8/8 tin 964.5065 '/ acre, LR, DR.kitchen combo, den with fireplace. Well in
30.2 ft. frostfree Sears upright [B
? cu. sulated, Carrier heat pump, average utility bill $60 mo.
freezer $250; Duncan Fyfe'dining room SEE TEN PERFORMING LIONS r
suite complete $1500. Phone 9645610. and tigers at the Franzen Bros. Circus on Located SR I6E. 45000.
Itpd 11/14 Sot. 11/23 at Bradford Co. Fairgrounds. REALTOrz") WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Terrace

TRUCK TOPPER Leer fiberglass, sliding 11/14 2tpd 11/21 In the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view 4BR,
windows, tinted glass, interior light.
Good condition. Fits short wheelbase ate' 2Ba, approx. 2000 sq. ft. Motivated Seller.

Dodge. $225 firm. Call 964.8057. after 5 HOMES BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford

p.m. Itpd 11/14 FOR SALE Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,
HUNTERS SPECIALS $50 Radio Shock 40 OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I police protection, nice neighborhood, $7,0001
channel base station, $15 Radio Shack
6 channel CB. $35 Midland 23 channel' ,,3 BR 1% BA HOME: Saratoga Hit., corner BRICK DUPLEX & APT. BLDG. Now rented, have positive

9646201.CB $35 GE Itpd 40 11/14 channel CB. Phone 964.lot.8652.Enclosed 3/21 tfn garage CH&A. Phone Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 cash flow and good assumable mortgages. Owner will take

second mortgages for good client.
WOODEN HOUSE:20x20. tin roof block..d
SEVERAL ITEMS: refrigerator, 15 cu.,ft.
frost free, $150, elec. range, apt size, up ready to move $500, 431-1050 tfn INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
$40; couch, vinyl cover $35. Call BY OWNER:3BR, IBa home, CH and AC, RESIDENTIAL, Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.
9647625. Itpd 11/14 sec room. Nice lot just out of town.
KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also
HORSE TRAILER 16 ft. 4-horse. $1,300 964-5997..10/3' 3tchg 11/14
also 4 yr. old:quarterhorse., 496-0061: BY OWNER: This lovely custom built 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled) plus second

after 5 p.m. Itpd 11/14 home with 3-car. garage,. 3BR 2Ba; t ,, home for family, guests or rental, several other buildings, all "
JUNGLE FERTILIZER-FREE. Super pot.nt.Bring fireplace, patio connecting hallway / v well maintained. Owner financing. i"

four, *ttro own, Circus shovel',.-and Bradford container.Franxen Co. \ O' from Mapy garage extras' ,* .CH/A..outlfuncmdldlp\n"All on 1 acre lot., 30', :1 > fi ,eFOR YOU' 71!:1f: ; I\VD SOgAcr(! : 330'acres adjoining Camp f
own' lake,'.swimming. 'orfcF O: '.. ft.tyle< IA'. 'Blanding anagemen i AritO.Y: 11 n.rfiqqNti IW .3' 1
Fairgrounds. Sot. ,11/23 only., 11/14, trees your ', typ orp,irtbeOw rgl; u1r M' H j
2tpd 1121PUREBRED fishing. New development of the Deer-. eA JOY,TO"LIVE IN 4larg., attractive hom&'f ,clty; vr11h Iltller k
Starke. Asking
BEAGLES: $50 each. 9646822.' wood$79,000 Section or just best S offer from For Info call yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR, 2Ba, I

11/14 2tchg 1121NEWSPAPER 9645006. or eves 964-6489, Louie or tv spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,

PLATESi Aluminum. Elizabeth. 1l/72tpd 11/14 skylights, 2 util. bldgs, privacy fence. 55000.
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great house
frame ,
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH TWO 4BR STORY large fenced remodeled yard. $34.000 or best WIDE OPEN SPACES & PLENTY OF CLEAN AIR Brick home on

135 W.: Coll St. 9646305. offer. 9646650. Itpd 11/14 five acres, completely fenced on Forsythe Rd., 3 BR, 2 Ba,

TRAILERS, TRAILERS, TRAILERS: 5'x8' 3BR 2Ba Hornet CH/A, FP. ceiling fans, barn, greenhouse, 5 ceiling fans, many trees. $69,000.
utility trailer, $650 16' dozer trailer
I' : Ig. screen porch on 6 acres with pecan
$1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn in Geiger Rd. near WANT YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala block home approx.
; trailer, $1,125; 10" lawn single axle trees Southslde city Elem.on 69500. Phone 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on 50 acres, Crawford Rd., 4 chicken

trailer, $878, 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 11/14 barns--a going business. Owner fin. Buy all or parti!
9645876. Itpd ,
ft. $100. Olln's Mobile Home 'AC-INI, HAVING: I UVU ? '!- '.c. ." ao 'ub'e: garage,
ramps -- ----
Center,. Rd. 100 W. Starke. 964-5606.. '. II" p < ho"in* I ( I .! .n 'I' ds' oping, in' 3'. NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.
1/10 tfn FLORILAND il I ., Owner financing.

COPY MACHINES: Canon-for rent or .2? GOOD ACRES: 1 mi. W. of Lawtey on CR 225. 15% down,
sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon REALTY will finance remainder
20 %
owner at 10 .
home or office copier, $999, Canon office ', *AFFORDABLE: lake access, also your own backyard swimming pool, 3BR, yrs.
copier, $1399. Rent to own for as 964.7700 2 Ba brick veneer nettled under beautiful oak trees. GRAHAM: 14.50 acres for $23,562.50
little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP, M3 N. Tempi A.., *PRICED TO SELLS 2 BR, 1 bath frame home on Cherry St., only 17500. GRAHAM: 10.51 acres for $17,078.75.

110 W. Call' St.,. Starke.,964-5764. 2/21 van Jo,' thornlon P. ad"",A...oko.GR'.o l.tLots.Vt *$10.000 SPECIAL) MH needs "Handyman", on 1 acre with workshop. * *
tfn *DID YOU KNOW you could still buy a 3BR, 2 bath brick veneer for$36,000 EVENINGSBILL
ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. *BRICK HOME secluded with 4 or 7 acres. Workshop greenhouse, many
No down payment. Call 964.6946.4/04 ac to 1 Vt oc- $500. more extras. I b DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN .964-4319 j

tfn Land on 301 South for lease *VACATION OUTLET: retreat to one of our lovely waterfront properties.Move IRVING CLARK,JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: All low 01I4.99p.r Commercial Building. Call for in, or build to suit yourself. Small Investment gets owner financing.This WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454 I
$ month. Call 9646946. 4/04 details. Is the season to buy.
tfn MAXINE BOOTH 485-1687 RANDY CORY 475-2597
2.39 Acres In city 3 BR, 2 BA brick *COMING SOON I OPEN HOUSE! 1325 Bessent Road-Beautiful cedar and
COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke home, most desired area. Ready to stone executive home. All the extras Including 2 fireplaces, completely
Truck south of Starke.'
11/24 tin Stop 964.8212 sell. Call for more details. equipped kitchen 10 acres, pool cathedral ceiling, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths.
ADD A ROOM: 14'X22' 3,000/lnstalled HOMES BEAUTIFUL
3,500 dealer. 904.964.5606 6/27 tfnehc country, with 6 or more acres. *MODERN HISTORYl 2960 sq. ft. of lovely modern living space give the 215 E. CALL ST
CYPRESS SAWDUST: 2 yards deliveredand '181 Acres, good hunting woods, discerning buyer everything you could want. Call today for appointment. OF NORTH FLORIDA STARKE FL.
spread $20. 4682624. 9/1212tchg! some owner financing. *COUNTRY PEACE: Get away from the, rush In this starter home on 1.69 964 6766 ,
11/28 020 Minutes from Gainesville High& fenced acres Assumable mortgage makes It .o.yl! FIREPLACESCUT
ALL YOU NEED in appliances, used dry land, highway frontage, excellent *REDUCED $'3.000'! won't last long best bargain on this lovely high efficiency ..
washer, dryers, refrig. and ranges. owner financing good for home with all extras. CALL TODAY) : fng 1
Appliance: Repair and sales, 212 E. Call lubdl"ldl"9.Tim' REDUCED TO $48,000111 I I Stately 2 story home, fully equipped kitchen, R
._St..! Storke. 10/31 4tchg 11/21 garage and fireplace Located only minutes from Jacksonville In Macclenny. VNYLSOn&G _
*$36,000 and this cozy home will be yours located near Kingsley, Camp SOfFIT
Blanding and Stork SYSTEMS
*CEDAR HOME and 10 '14 acres to bootl! 15 easy minutes from Starke I SHUTTERS I r. :
Custom Cabinets


*All Types Cabinet Work Remodeling ,*WE HAVE SEVERAL nice building lot',|n city. BRICK & Do Oag joo"o,0;, VAS 1
*DREAM LOT for your dream home. Owner financing makes this lovely STONE (
wooded lot In one of our finest areas easy to own. STUCCO COQUINA_ 00' WINDOWS
*Also Any Type Drywall Work *FOUR ACRES READY to build on.olio zoned for mobile homes. PRICED TO OPEN OR CLOSED SCREEN ROOMS

New or Remodeling *Ceiling Design Work' SELLI .' CUSTOM WINDOWS PATIOS .


Free Estimates *WE HAVE !$'/ ACRES with home that needs TLC. Lots of paved road frontage & MOBILE HOMES FREE ESTIMATES
964.6238 Tim Thompson on Morgan Road. .Tr

TF *2 LOVELY SMALL FARMS One 40 ocr..:on, 30 acres. quiet settings With -
several pecan tree, barns, etc '
*ROOM TO GROW for the cou try'IQerl. 20 acres just minutes from US

301, owner financing will put you on your dream farm. r
783-8790 .
No Down Payment

r minimum investment make you the owner of this retail sales unit
across from Bradford Square. r> "" Portable
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E! Hwy. XH South
8649 NORMANDY BLVD., W. SECURE YOUR FUTURE. Invest in one of our 301 commercial properties Office 9N-/141 '.0.be
: ((1 MILE WEST OF K-MART) ,, Improved or vacant, small or large,Call now with your requirements.Susan S4fStorke
Florida MM
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Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
: SPECIAL Sales ManagerEvenings 744-4048
This Month & Next Month : j: ,; Irene L.Faulkner 94-8142
family': Suzanne Kitchens 944-7630 Bob Matthews 964-7281
Remove Evil Influence From House & ,
v. Lou Young 944-7J25 .Lee Hardenbrook 473-7844 Plumbing Supplies -

She will consult problem have regarding love, LEE HARDENBROOK"APPRAISALS. From Durrance
on .
any you may ,* ,

'. marriage. & health COMMERCIAL.RESIDENTIAL Pump &, Supply Co. Lr
r., Rentals Available
1 Carol Warner REALTOR ASSOC.Property'Monagement :.
. '$25.00 Reading for Only $5.00 Division

, ''f WITH THIS COUPON ,. handle DO YOU the HAVE property PROPERTY and all you the would problem like,,tarent Commercial but don't Residential."hove.llm., ? Lei. Call us I .US 44 301 N. Temple North Ave. I' -"7061 I| We Drill Well

I t t-, : Open 7 Day A Week Carol Warner, Tiffin 8 Owens, Inc.. REALTOR 964.5065. Stork, Fla, 2" to 6" .State licensed


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t23|I| at Bradford Co. Fairgrounds. WANTED IT IS TRUI you can'buy Jeeps 'or; $4. -'----- _. .
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good hay.
,1112tpd 11/21 through the U.S. Government? Get the
Franien Bros. Circus, Bradford Co. facts today) Call 2.74:2.1142.: ,,ext. FOR RENT CARS, TRUCKS MOBILE HOMES

Fairgrounds, Sat. 11/23 only. 11/14 609. 4tpd 10/17. 31. 11/14.28 & BOATS
NEEDED 3BR house In loaded with extra Beautiful Best MOBIL HOMES for rent One or two MOBILE HOMES for rent One ar two

Stark. $35 per week two weeks In offer. 9648809. 10/10 TFchg car bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. 14 FT. MALIBU BOAT 39 HP motor Hor- bedroom, furnished or unfurnished
ACRE LOT facing advance V $150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 $150 month, Call 473-7560. 10/10 tin
Forsythe Road no electricity. Call Sunday MUST SELli 1979 Renault Le Car 39,000 ding tilt trailer Many many extras.
down payment. $75 per mo. Call 12.3 p.m. 964-4548 ask for Judy. Itpd miles, 50 mpg new tires good shape tfnchg Fully equipped and ready to fish Call MOBILE HOME for sale by owner. Large
9645606. 10/4 tin 11/14 $1550 firm. 964.8848 or 473.362710/31 FURNISHED MOBILE. HOME has porch'on 473-2042 alter 6 p.m. or weekends.. A acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR. 2 bath
LOTS B ACREAGE 20 percent down. 3tchg 11/14 on. acre. Responsible couple or 11/14 tfn mobile home CH/A, central water',
balance In five years, financing by I AlPEN WAGONt 1980 Dodge;AT' PS; i )bachelor preferred $175 per month 1977. LTD ford- Good condition Fully furnished new carpet,.front and rear
owner. 964-68S3 12/13 tin FOR RENT 1500. Co11/73.281jafler5| : p.m.)0/31.*'' ;:.plus, deposit 1-684-6634. 2tchg equipped. $1,800 firm. Call 4732213. deck, owner financing. 4681323.

ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. 3tchg 11/14 _. ", 1171114".ONE Itchg 1/I4| 10/10 TF
$3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call FLEETWOOD CADILLACi 197:j), 'on* ;* BEDROOM .Garage apartment.
9645606. 1/03 tIn MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE! HOME! PARKi owner 31,600 mile.. Call 964.7953 between furnished. $225: plus deposit. 473.3909
ONE! ACRE LOTS Mobile Homes and for FOR SALE
ON MENG DAIRY spaces rent. 6-7 p.m. weekday. 10/31 3tchg: \\'or473.7708.2tpd,1I/7-14.
ROADi $3,000 no down payment $70 Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone 11/14 i BR HOUSE on Lake Geneva. Central ', PERSONAL SERVICES

per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 964.7498.9/16 tfn 'THUNDERBIRD 1981 Fold royal blue, all H/A, furnl h.d. 473-2455. tfnchgll/7 MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROADi (C.227) STUDIO APARTMENTi Weekly monthly white Int.j AC cruise tilt steering, AT 'MOBILE HOMI 2BR. I Bath, Very nice. -" organ with double keyboard base CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work
$3.500. no down payment $70 per mo. rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N.. Temple with overdrive 47,000 orig. miles. One Close to town; $233 mono Call pedals and rhythm section $795. Call kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Ave 7/28 tfn owner 6500. Call 533.24, otter 6 4732730. Itchg 11/14 ; 473-2210 weekday or 473-4648 Reasonable prices. Coll 473-4018 ,after
LOT IN CITY NOW for 4 2 weekends for appointment to see. tfn
6000. Call 964-5764; after TAKING APPLICATIONS BR p.m 10/31 TF' r"r 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg .
5. call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn BA apt. For more Information call Lake CARS JEEPS. TRUCKS under $300 nOw, HELP WANTED WURLITZER' spinet piano excellent con CARPET AND VINYL Repair and Installations. .
LAND FOR SALE: Six lots. 1.2/3 Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity dition. 1000. Cherry mahogany.
acre per available at local sales. ColM:.5l8-3535 t Free estimate Ten years
lot. 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For Housing. 6/7 tfnchg "., for your directory to purchase. 24 HRS. ,SECRETARIAL POSITION open (for Phone 473-3752. tfnchg. 8/29 experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for
sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. ONE! BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N: 11/7 3tpd 11/21 : t'r. : .: > Keystone United Methodist Church. 1978 SOUTHWIND motor home. Gen Craig. 5/17 tfnchg
Coll 964.5606 6/6 tfnchg Temple Ave. In downtown Star e. air low mileage. 13500. Call .
1977 PICKUP Custom : Deluke.; Coll Call 473-3829 for Oppolntmentv,9-12 FURNITURI AND ANTIQUE refinishing
WOODLAND ACRES! 1/2 acre lot locatedat $50-$75/week Including utilities .No 964.5936 anytime. Itpd 11/7 mornings. 2tchg 11/7-14 473-3343 or 964-7055.. 10/3 tfnchg Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac
Woodland Acres, Stark. Has well deposits required 964-5139 or FORD EXPLORER F150 1932, loaded "JOIN THE WINNING TEAM" -We need 3 ETHAN ALLEN Beautiful cherry fur. 473-2521. tfnchg -
septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling 9646566.103 TF $500 and take over payments, or sales associates who have above nlture. Hutch book case, dresser etc. MAKI NEW CUSHIONS dining chairs,
price 500 down 135.00/month. Call 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No $3,500. Exc. condition. 9646650.,, Itpd ,average expectations of earnings and Can 4732942.be seen Sot.11/14 on Gasline Rd. West. bar stool, romper bed.. Addison
964.56066/13 tfchg pets, $190 a month plus deposit'Calf U/14 I wish to receive above average oppor Upholstery. 473-2452,4tchg 117112B
S.43 ACRES! 646 ft. Forsyth Rd. frontage. 4681323. 10/3 TF CHEVY CITATION: 1980. Or Will trod.for tunities. Watson; Realty Is expanding SMALL Produces BLUEBERRY Ibs.FARM 1,000 bushes PRESSURE WASHING > Remove dirt,

$4.000/acre. Call 3054646827. Cosh or 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. $85 pickup of equal value,,Phone 9648913. and Is offering extensive training programs Call 659-2233 8,000 for a details year. 20000.4tpd mildew peeling paint from homes,
term 9/12 10tpd 11/14 weekly Including utilities. Call Itchg homes. Call Rick473.2452.4tchg
11/14 and full time management. Expect 1111.123CHANNEL driveways, mobile
TWO ACRES on NE 10th St. $3.500 per 4681323. 10/3 TF CHEVY SUPERSPORT) 1966, 702-3673.. to"WIN WITH WATSON"... Cull for CATFISH 11/7.11/28 -
acre. Phone 9648719. Itchg 11/14 LARGE MOBILE! HOME! LOTi Concrete Itpd 11/14 confidential Intervlew/73./816. Dean FINGERLINGS andwaterwheeler CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
TWENTY ACRESi good for building on or patio water furnished close to prison. DODGE CORONET 1972, runs good one Weaver Itchg 11/14 pedal boats ((813)) Truck mounted deep steam extrac
farming. In good location n.ar $95/mo. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF owner new battery. $495 as. Is. TRUCK DRIVERS! DRIVE WITH PRIDE I Apply 768-2111 or ((813)) 949-1797 TampaAtlantis tion. SPECIAL Half off on Scotchguard.
Keystone. Phone 473-4860 or 4733619. NEAR GRAHAM BR trailer, completely 964.5708 or 964.8925.Itpd 11/14 In person at Poole Truck line 2241 Aquatics Inc. 3744 Morris C 8 B CARPET CLEANING
Itchg 11/14 furnished heat and AC plus utllltl,.. 1974 CAMAROt good running condition. Detroit Blvd.. Pensacola FL Must live Bridge Rd.. Zephryhills, FL. 34248 Keystone Heights
50 PERCENT OFF! Flashing arrow signs
$60 per week. 4851371. 2tpd 11/14 Needs some cosmetic work. $800 OBO within 200 miles of Pensacola. '473-7770
PERSONAL TWO BEDROOM remodeled unfurnished( Cash talks. 964-4992"after..:30. Itpd HFCAN11/14 $2691 lighted non-arrow $249. Floor., stripped and waxed
SERVICESNEED Unlighted $199. (free lettersSee!) .
house in Stark. CH/A $250 per mo.
11/14 EXPERIENCED FENCE INSTALLERTruck 4tpd 10/31-11/21
locally ((800)) 423-0163 ((800)) 626.46.Giant .
lit last $100 dap. 964.8840 or RENAULT LE CAR 1979,',:,50 mpg new and tools needed manning Fence Co., PRESSURE WASHING '. houses, mobile
( Blimp
A TUTOR All 473-3627. 10/31 3tchg 11/14 radial. miles AM/FM 1114MISCELLANEOUS moving message homes Interior and exterior
subjects, K-8 Certified 36.000 sunroof. 473-4764 otter 6 p.m. Itpd Painting.
sate) Profits) Don't lose out I)
Teacher, 533.2901 after 7 p.m. TF THREE BR HOUSE In Waldo. Stove, co... $1550 firm. 964-8848 or 4733627. Big Paper hanging minor repairs, quality
ItFCAN 11/14
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free refrigerator fenced yard. $200 per mo. Itchg 11/14 work. Phone 4732341.. 4tpd
LOG CABIN- 150 old In North
estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. 1st. lost and $100 security deposit. NEW YORKER! 1973 Chrysler, good running years 10/31.11/21
Carolina. 3-bedroom 2 both. Completely
Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tIn 468-1509. 11/14 2tpd 11/21 condition, looks' good. $350 .
PAC RAT Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture renovated. Beautifully furnished
WANT 964-4042 9645963.
TO DRINKTTHAT'S or Itpd 11/14
appliances, household Items, antiques, etc Sacrfice. Below
with 3 large rooms & bath. $150
per 1913 S-10 wheel
YOUR BUSINESS drive. 5000.
WANT TO STOPTTHAT'S month plus $75 security deposit. No 9645044. 11/14 2tchg 11/21 collectable, glassware old (ewerly, $100,000. Pot Troutman ((305)) 647-4272 Classified Ads
tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 9-5 ltFCANll/14
utilities furnished. NO PETS. 9)48071.Itchg p.m.

964-4150-964-Alcoholics Anonymous'894-964-62l9 IBR Apt lights and hot Drive big trucks D.O.T. Certification.Local tinted glass sliding doors. Standard
and National job placement size aluminum frames and screens.
pd thru 11/15 water included $160 mo. plus $75 MOBILE HOMES
assistance. CorrespondenceResidenttraining. $50 473-2769. 1 tchgl l/14
GLASS CUT TO ORDERi windows.etc. security deposit. No pets 964-8071.
Doors Itpd 11/14 FOR SALE Eligible Institution for FederalAid OR RENT-New 14' wide, 2 BR mobile
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY GSL. Call ((800)) 251-9042. United home, furnished on Deer Springs Lake.
9646078. Orders also taken In Lake TWO BEDROOM furnished mobile home Shop ft Compara11. I '
Truck Master Resident Training, Tampa screened 4732252.
Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, with nice yard and located In country FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In Large
FL ItFCANII/14 Hpdll/14 Insurance for
173.4973.2/26 tfn $165 mo. 9645630. Itpd 11/7 good to exe cond. $2700-4500 each Special
BULLDOZER Wanting to do bulldozer FOR SALE! OR RENTI 3BR IBo home on Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park Mobile Home Park. ,.
work. Have 2 bulldozers 8 looking for 2.6 acres Rent $300 per month 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg: REAL ESTATE All type of homeowners -
work. 964-5606. 7823333. Ask for 9645445. Itpd 11/7 Itchg 11/14 IS USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on HOUSES FOR SALE policies for
Mark. 8/8 tfi TRAILER with trees. Newly remodeled one or all. Olln's Mobile Home Soles MOUNTAIN LAND for sale by owner mobile homes.
PAINTING B REMODELING) quality workat furnished, carpet 2BR with AC. One 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg $100 down owner financed. 2-Acre BRICK HOME one-half acre 3 BR, 2 BA Call for Quot. *

an affordable price. For a free child maximum. $235 month $150 2.93 ACRESplus mobile home. Forsyth tracts, nearby 3,000 acre lake, one a living room dining room family room,
..tlmat..964.8809. 10/10 TFchg deposit. Located near Hampton School Rd. $12,500 cosh. Call 13054646827. half hours north of Atlanta North fireplace, screened porch garage, Olin's Mobile
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines off Meng Dairy Rd. 9646714. Itchg 9/12 lOtpd 11/14. Georgia. 1 (404)( ) 276-2727 or 1 ((404)) greenhouse. Geneva Lake Estates
refold. Serving Bradford County for 10 11/14 1971 12x60 Guerdon,'Slatler 2BR. bath 2763668. I tF CA N 11/14 $73,000. 475-2677. 3tpd 117.111 Home Sales
years Bradford Septic Tank Service. TWO BEDROOM 2 bath LR. DR. kitchen very good condition, clean; unfurnished

964821.: 10/17 TFchg and family room garage. $325 month. $5,500.964.7512. 10/3 TF Elaine M. Olin Agent
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED Bradford and 1st and lass In advance. Walking 193 FLEETWOODi 14x70. 3BR 2Ba PERSONALSA LAND FOR SALE
Union Counties. Gockley and Sons distance from shopping. 964-671 after CH/A cathedral ceilings, dishwasher, 964.5606 _

496-2939 or 496-2871 10/24 4tpd 11/14 5 p.m. 11/7 2tpd 11/14 and much more. Take over payments FRIEND Is someone who understandsyour LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake $13,5OO. .'
BUY. SELL REPAIR appliances and FURNISHED ADARTMENTI.mall, suitablefor VA loan. 372.5685 after 6 p.m. 10/24 post, believes In your future and Owner will finance. $164 per month.

water pumps and AC and elec. motors. one working person. Part of 4lchg 11/T4 accepts you,today just the way you are. 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
212 E. Call St. 10/31 4tchg 11/21 utilities furnished_ No children no RENT TO OWN I No cash needed -- Call Love, LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto r--------
pets, please. Phone 9645970. 11/7 TF Mr. Seth at 237-6166 or after 7 p.m. I
MH REPAIR SERVICE reliable. Painting Garfield move on. Power well septic and
ONE BR APT 964-5377 after 5:30 p.m. 2360875. 10/24/tchg 11/14 Bargain Inc. t
cool sealing, leveling spray washing Jtchg 11/14 .. fence 6499. 392-0985 or 4733024. I
and skirling,.free -BB99. Itchg 11/14 19IS BANK REfOSi Mutt sell. No cash ... ,.,. I Ask for Linda, tfnchg 6/13 .
pstimoty..964! .'". \ .
:!IBR HOUSE 964-5377. after 5:30. p.m. down)SUO pet month..Coll Mr.iShep.,, .. .. ,.. .. .. .1<0 LOT FOR SALI Keystone Height., well .. '
HOMEiN SR tnc.,, : nWchtf1r/14"A ,' ,'""' t f "C .pard..237.6166. ) or.236-0879 a.r-7 --'J "'110"1'' ;' septic, fence? and power pole. Electrical* Plumbing ,
eel lent fe .' RENTALS AVAILABLE) $150 p.r'month p.m. 10/24 4tchg 11/14 473-3024. 11/7 tfnchg Mobile Home Supplies
3 p.m. 11/7 2tchg 11/14 and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker MUST SELL I $500 down or trade Paneling B Cabinets ,

HOUSE CLEANING Experienced. We doit Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF anything. 3BR 2Ba. Call Mr. Glenn IM09--DRASTICAUY REDUCED: 4BR, 2 Commercial lcemakenMakes
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 237.6166 or 236-0875 after 7 p.m. 10/24 Lost ,
right windows and all. Call 9647489. 2'/t Bo, cypress home on 20' acres, 350 Ibs. a Day
16 W. Close to
Highway 11/14
Itpd 1111BABYSITTING 4tchg stocked timber. Capacity
pool, pond pasture
in home In SaratogaHts. 964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg ALL 85's sold at Invoice. No money REWARDI! For Black labrador retriever ,
Transportation my to and from both DO YOU HAVE PROPERTY you would like down. 14x70 38R 2Bo. $189 per month. fenced Rd. 16 East. Own..flnanc.d.low mixed Lost SR-100 and Immokalee Rd. I QUALITY FOR LESS
Elem. Schools 9644789. 11/14 2tchg to rent but don't have time? Let us han 3BR, 2Ba, Dbl. wide $199 per month. dn. $200.000 W/S30.000 dn. 473.71621tch9 1114Janet I
dle the property and all the problems. Call 2377171. 10/24 4tchg 11/14 1415.DRASTICALLY REDUCED: 2 ,
CHILD CARE: Good home environment.. Commercial or Residential Call Carol MUST SELL 1983 Fleetwood MH 14x70, 'I story home on 19.3 ac. Rd 16 East 964-6679 US 301 South .
Tiffin ft Owsns, Inc., REALTOR cathedral and low down and
Across from park. Mon-Frl. Lunch and Warner 3BR. 2Ba CH/A ceilings pecan grove pasture l TF
snacks furnished. For more Info call 9645065. 10/31 3tchg 11/14 garden tub. Excellent condition. owner financed. $55.000 w$5,000dn. -------J
9646809. Itchg 11/14 SMALL COTTAGE on Klngsley Lake to 9644155. 10/31 4tchg 11/21 M.
May 1. HEAL No pets. 5332366. TF DOUBLEWIDE 24x65 on 3 acres. 3BR 4412--38R 1 BA on Market Rd. New

FOUR BEDROOM country home, 2Ba. 2Ba CH/A. 29500. Phone 9648399. apliances Included. Pecan tr....
MISCELLANEOUSWATCH war. 3 miles out of Starke.. TF I Assume mtg. VACUUM
$325/month. Phone 964-4080 after 6 1973 APOLLO MHi 12x60: 2BR with ex- 1402-1 BR home In Raiford. Bargain
p.m. Itchg 11/14 panda 1 full bath and walk-In closet. of 12500.

OKHA the elephant pull up the_ 2 or 3 BR mobile home, adults only no CH/A. 4000. 964.8310 after 4 p.m. 14}4-3 BR 1 BA workshop mobile ell ACRESiWell, septic tank SALE
Franzen Bros. Circus big top on Set Inside pets. 964-8614 or 964-7619.ltchg 11/7 2tchg 11/14 _
home with 2nd well elec & sept., 9 pond/open air barn. $33,500
Bradford Co. Fairgrounds. !'/ Bath NEW & USEDWe
11/23 at 11/,14 14x60 1981 2BR. ode -$ ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES -
1I/142tpd 11/21 TWO BR MOBILE HOME for rent with option cathedral ceilings, garden tub, comp.
398--20 ac., 4BR 2 BA N. of Starke. $25,000. Excellent Terms Finance Our Own
to buy. 12x65 furnished queen furn. $6,000.964.4993. 11/14
waterbed. $225/mo. Call Andy 9-5, 63000. -4.B7 ACRES Well septic tank. 17x35 KIRBYS
964-7500. 11/14 2tpd 11/21 f411--5 plus acres, 3 BR 1 BA home Tallman pool fenced/cross-fenced. ROYALS

BOATS APARTMENT FOR RENT One BR 403 N. has 11 ft. ceilings fenced 3fireplaces 25000. EUREKAS
Walnut St. $175/mo. No pets, rental Steve Broadway like new Inside lawtey. -4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. HOOVERS

FISHING BOATi 14 ft. fiberglass boot agreement must be signed. Apply iM18--Moblle with addition 3 BR 1 -5 Ac.i Paved frntg. $12.500. ELECTROLUX
with trolling motor. 964-8081 alter Sp.m. downstairs. 9645276. Itpd 11/14 | Ba, like newacre lot, a great buy -12 ACRE Old farm house. Beautiful FILTER QUEENS

11/7 2tpd 11/14 '. LARGE IBR trailer. $175/mo plus $100 i Is Now for $21,500. Oaks 32500. SEARS
GRIFCRAFTi ,14 ft. boat with 50 hp Mer. security deposit 485-1371. Itchg 11/14 OLD BUILDING: in Lawtey $8,500. COMMERCIALWe
cur!, trolling motor and trailer. $250 SMALL 2BR mobile home furnished on BROADWAY & WALTERS Check on our acreage parcels commercial LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. repair all makes

and assume payments. 964-5745 days large private lot. References required. Removal property apartment investments -SO Ac.iS50.000.
ask for Frank or 964-8901 eves. 11/1 $150/mo. $100 deposit. Call 964-7625. motels and mobile home 3BR 2BA Beaut. Landscaped Lot. AI Young'sSine
2tchg 1114STUMPKNOCKER Itpd 11/14 Trimming parks. '' $39,500. Hwy 16 West
III trailer 25 hp Mercury TWO or THREE BR house on Rd. 227. Stump Removal Buy and Sell the Strout Way 2BR 2BA in the Country. $29,900. 1957' ,

trolling motor new battery 964-5559. Itpd 11/14 ALL ACROSS AMERICA! 964-6918
spare tire, many extras. $1500 firm. TWO BR furnished house for rent. $250 Firewood N.1.'p'. Ave ((904)) 712-3931

964-6023.11/14 month first last and $100 deposit. Free Estimate Sto..... Fl 32091 P.O. Drawer M Miles north of
TRI-HULL lOATi 1978 John.on.j j hp Totally ,remodeled. 964-BB48 or G'. STROUTREALTY 301 S. Lawtey Starke on US 301
Mercury motor 2 gas tanks AM/FM 473-3627. Itchg 11/14 473.4732 473-7679
radio varlabl.' speed toot-powered] AVAILABLE NOW: 2BR IBo fenced .
After 5 P.M. -
trolling motor pedestal seats, roll-on backyard carport brand new CH/Ac mconvoiiATioSHOMt
or drive.on galvanized trailer. Excellent kitchen appliances, 1 year least re Keystone Heights ;

after 5 p.m.condition.Itpd 11/14 2500. 964.8313 631 qulred.W. Francis Deposit Street.required.Call $275/mo.964-8073.. Licensed: & Insured 1_V 964-8931 ..' 473-3096 'j _- LAVERN H. OUTLAW

STUMPKNOCKER III 25 hp Johnson Itchg 11/14 ,. '11 rO Broker

Motor Mercury Thruster trolling motor
and galvanized Turtle trailer. $1600. .UC3 R... 964.5478

964.7047.11/14 2tchg 11/21' REALTOR Associates

Carpet (Any $95 ScotchgardClGBnislQ DAVID, DODGE, MS A

Room Is 64-4522 "''W! Do Appraisal Re,..964-5370

& Hail) 1.4 Available KAY C. WATERS

Roberts Real Estate '" ...!iTAR E. FL.-- R... '64." 1
Cleaning & Dye Co. Across from e Your FuU Service .
986 N. Temple;; ( Ave.. Stark, FL PROFESSIONAL Norman' Market LINDA M WOODS

964-6262 SERVICES OFFEREDWe U.S. 301- South Real Estate Office e It... 533-2040

specialize In and re-dyeing of wal to wall carpet furniture cleaning .,
cleaning ;
*CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby lake large DW mobile home. 3/2 owner
PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Form NW of Starke, pecan groves. 2 and Inside auto detailing. offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality financed 534.500.

BR frame house, CH&A outbuildings and many extras. work at low,low prices. Call now to make an appointment A OWNER WANTS TO SELL Price reduced $1,000 to$52,900.' Southgate area. 3/2.

JUST REDUCED 4 BR. 2 BA block home on large city lot. Cen Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage/ Charge Free Advice great room many amenities. Make offer.' .
*GREAT VALUES 9 acres cleared with DW MH..2BR 2Bo front porch garage
trot! heat and air, carport 49500. MJ, Call 964.4997 Call owner financed. Priced for quick sale. _

.COMMERCIAL business location on US 301 with 589 .Check *LOVELY HOME on 4 manicured acres, fenced and cross fenced. Only $59,900.
Ytftw Pages In local plwM 5iOk AI Work E-uwintiMl .
plus feet on: the highway and: 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.! v t *10 ACRESi South of Hampton |lust off 325. 26900.
HOME IN LAWTEYl Remodeled Inside and out. $48,500.
Call for details. I *BEAUTIFUL OLDER
ACRES .' Excellent development 'property In a rapidly, *REDUCED TO $42.0001 3BR 2Bo home In city. Fenced In back yard corner lot..
e640' "
commercial In building. :
sell at lets that *LEASING space
growingarea of Clay county. Priced to REDUCED TO SJ7.SOOI recently remodeled home on 5.100.

$1200.00 per'acre 11. : CYPRESS MULCH : *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 30.1 North 98 acres Heavy In pine timber $100,000.

.WATERFRONT'' 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Crandin ; COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301.
with"oil rooms overlooking the lake. *1 ACRE MINI-FARM. Land In pasture 3 BR 2 BA, super kitchen. $64.900.
Lake Summer cottage will fast at 57500. ,& PINE : BARKYou *HIGH ft DRY Building lot with beautiful oak trees Keystone area. $4.900.
Lg. screened porch. This one go I *UVI IN THE COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty en 6 acres, pecan trees, barn

MOBILE HOME: On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with'' four out pick-up or We'deliver3 : and workshop. See It. you will love It. 128500. ;
buildings '-Including a' 21' x '66' metal barn. 'loads ofpossibilities. *BEST ARIA Brick 3 BR. 2 Ba, Carport, chain link fenced backyard. 49900.
I ,Minimum yds. on: Delivery. *1MO DOUBLEWIOE on one acre, all hookups. In excellent cond. $24.900.

SERVICE all amenities. Excellent location, (Wet off 16 W. Only $74.900.

G.org. W. Rob.rts Jr. Broker ..9 6,4'661.9'IIJII Inv Inquiries On Our Other" Proparttee..

T.rry A. Gaines, CSM; Salesman Thinking Buying Or Selling Call V..

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Two cQtr t9n l pfi !s p.ied1or conduct -RaidersFriday : '
: ; < Knight \
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? Jr. 'chlef "Jordan charged with\\is rreoin-the>i recapture team, he saw clenny after firing several shots into
Col. John H. Whitehead, was ( Friday & 'Saturday 9 : to, 1:30: a.m. I
corrections<< officer, and Sgt. Duane necessary and inappropriate force:': Jones along the side of the road.Jordan the car.: p.m.
Jordan, both of Lake Butler Reception against a recaptured Inmate and stopped and attempted to hold Jordan arrived on the scene of the Mixed Drinks m.'CI''ine i
and Medical Center (RMC) with consuming alcohol while on du Jones at bay and when Jordan recapture apparently upset and''
were<< suspended without pay recently radioed for knhlle! the inmate pulled a went over and kicked Jones twice in
for inappropriate conduct. ty.Whitehead's suspension.. began homemade on the unarmed the stomach. SMITH LAKE. BAR :
Whitehead received is days Nov.8 and will end Nov.28,Jordan's Jordan and took Jordan's state car. Col. Whitehead is the brother of :
suspension for four charges that included suspension will begin. Nov. 15and, Qaker County Sheriff's' deputies. Uniort County Sheriff Jerry & .PACKAGE STORE
drinking on duty and Jordan will end Nov. 21. later recaptured! Jones" near MaeSPEOA Whitehead and the son of previous

received five days suspension for At the end of their suspension Union County Sheriff John ('(2M2nd .u.., MIta, I"b .,1 .V 214.: .", '..' ,11 um'a. ....f .6 s" ,.,'il,I,,.
kicking a recaptured inmate in the without pay, they are both due to Whitehead.
stomach, according to Departmentof return to work. -
Corrections spokeman Dave Skip- The occurrence prompting the Starke 964.5451 -
per. suspensions began when UCI (Union I r si c' 0
Correctional Institute) inmate' Open Every Night er .
"The action stems from an incident Timothy Jones escaped at 5:35 p.m. ----- -- --' Annual
involving the escape of an in on Sept. 'n.Whitehead. $2.00 'i} .
mate on Sept. 27," said Skipper, and Jordan went to join I! Sal Sun. 5:00 Showing I II ) I
"Apparantly Whitehad and Jordan the team of officers trying to recap- I! Tundiy 7:30 J
left RMC on that day." ture Jones when UCI SuperintendentTom L._ t.1[ i Franzen Bros. Circus :, g :
Whithead was charged with leav- Barton became aware that STARTS YSWEE'E :
Whitehead appeared to be under the
ing work without authorization,
drinking while on duty, reporting to influence of alcohol and sent him Saturday November 23rd :
work under the influence of alcohpl! home. ,
Jordan drove Whitehead back to
and of conduct unbecoming a public
employee, said Skipper UCI and as Jordan was on his way toI 'RS i I

,\\f\\ 2 Big Shows: 2 & 4 p.m. I

.Concealed Firearms IPG.131--SCREEN-h.----A 2 Bradford Co. Fairgrounds


Found in Van on 301 f Ivu BIJI.I.II .

Tickets: Advance Gate
RIchard Edward Gavarny, 33, of calibre magnum, on the floor Children Under 2 FREE FREE
New Port Richey in Pasco Countywas boards. Another pistol, a .32 calibre 301 DRIVE-IN .
arrested here Nov. 12 and revolver, was found in the door com- 2.13 yrs & 65 & Over 300 d4.

charged with carrying concealed partment and a .22 calibre pistol Starke 964-7484 14.64 yrs. 400 500
weapons in a van. was found in the pocket of Gavarny's
jacket. All the pistols were loaded. Fri., Sat., Sun. Family Ticket '1500. '2000

The van was stopped on US-301 Gavarny was charged with two ((2 Adults & 4 Kids)
north by Starke Patrolman Michael counts of carrying a concealed
Paris who observed the vehicle weapon, and freed on bonds totaling Horror Classics NO ADVANCE SALES CIRCUS DAY!

swerving from one lane to another, $1,500. *
the driver seemingly unable to remain Officer Paris reported Gavarny Noose b Cemdcr cZvi
in one lane. Stopping the van, appeared to be under the influenceof *To save money and support your Kiwanis Club, buy J
alcohol, but that none could be I
Officer Paris observed a large DeodFnat
tickets IN ADVANCE at the locations
pistol, which turned out to be a .44 detected. : your following :
; Terror Rtrloc. j' Chamber of Commerce

1 tifne T30 Miss Heidi Casady Denmark Furniture _
I Union County Ads l

301 sUNUAY NiGlli SNECIAt1 '

1 Adults .... $1.50

HOMES LAND FOR SALE I... Children .... 50'

Log Cabin 150 years old In North
Carolina. Three bedroom two bath. Mountain land for sale by owner $100
down. Own.r financed. Two ocr.
Completely renovated. Beautifully fur.
nlthed, antiques etc. Sacrifice Below tracts, n.arby 3.000 ocr. lake, I"hours
100000. Pat Troutman north of Atlanta. North G.orglo.1(404)1( )
1(305)647-4272( ) .. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. It 276-2727 or 14042763668.( ) It. 11/14


NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tr. 'removaland III I don't have It, Til find It-Just
pruning. Also firewood, oak and ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
pin. for sale. Call Thomas N.ttl.s 496.2126 or 496-2903, eves. "YOUR
4963823. tfn 12/22 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn


Saturday and Sunday Nov.mb.r 16 and ;
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. 17. Computer, portabl. TV, books,.
I lake Av.nu., Lake Butl.r, 4963978.
clothes misc. In Worthington Springs
Compl.t. Insurance Service. tin oH SR121, past community Center.i"', 4I
--. ", look for sign. Itpd 11/14' : 1 r "- '
Friday,November 15, Only WorthingtonSprings I :
I -- and SR18, east. Clothes-adult, L44 299.
HELP WANTEDTruck baby, and children, miscellaneous pots '
and pans. Itchg. 11/14

Drivers) Drive with pride) ApplyIn FOR SALE A ,
person at: Pool. Truck Line, 2241 9,9
D.trolt Blvd., Pensacola, Fl. Must live
within 200 miles of Pensacola EOE It 50 p.rc.nt off 11 Flashing arrow signs 3
11/14 $269111.! Lighted Non-arrow $249. TOPSMEN'S
Cook and G.n.ral labor On. lull tlm. Unlighted $199. (Fr. letters' !) See
and on. part time. Apply at LeCanto locally. 1(800)423-0163( ) anytime.
Tofu. Call 496-3714. or 4963698. Itchg. 18006267446.( ) .. (Giant Blimp. LED mooing
1114BE message sale! Big profits) Don't LEATHER LOOK
lose outl! It. 11/14 I
A PARK RANGER) In.xpenslv.traln. Lighted Wall unit. Dining tabl. and six FLANNEL SKIRTS ORFASHION
for |lob plac.m.nt In local, state or
ing chairs, walnut finish. Sofo.beige( and
notional parks.. S.nd nom.. address, brown) Must s.. to appreciate. Call A SHIRTS TOPS
phon. no. to: Park Technology D.pt., aft.r 6 P.M. Itpd. 11/14
496-3206. Regularly 5.99. Save onmen's Compare At 7.99. Ladies'
Rt. 7
Lake City Community College .
Round oak tabl., mantel clock,
Antiques flannel shirts leather look mini skirts
Box 378. Lake City, Flo. 32055. 11/14 Also double some
oak side chair. two compl.t.
3tchg 1128INDUSTRIAL drain inks and 10 gallon In a variety of colorful plaids. styles with snaps, zip fronts
EDUCATION R.gist.r.ar aquarium. Call 496-2554 Itchg. 11/14 Sizes SMLXL. and five pockets. Save '1 solid
Iy. D.c.2.5.for classes starting at Lak. Registered brohomon bull Seven years BOYS'. 4 TO 18..3.99 or striped knit tops In assorted
City Community College In January. old, will trod. for limousln. Call styles and sizes.
W. oH.r Auto Mechanics 11/14
496-3539 Itpd.
Masonry, Small ,Engine/Motor. Cheinnef Catfish fingerlings and water-
cycle/Marine Repair, Electronic wheeler pedal boats for sale.
Technology and Welding classes: day 1(813)788-2111)) or 1 8139491797.
and night. Call 752-1622 ext. 214. Tampa Atlantis Aquatics Inc., 3744
11/14 3lchg 11/28 Morris Bridge Road, Zephryhills, Fl. F 99O
OUTDOOR CAREER Lake City Community -
College offers you) a career in Forest 34248. It 1/14 2 $5 8 1499

Engineering T.chnology, Forest JOB OPPORTUNITIES MEN'.
I T.chnology, or Park T.chnology. TO
R.gl.t.r early. Dec. 2-5. for classes
I stalling In January. For more Info, call Semi Driver Training Earn big bucks- MEN'S AND 'BOYS' "';" lio SAVE $2 ON ENTIRE
752-1822. .*t. 224. 11/14 3tchg 11/28 drive big trucks. D.O.T. Certification. "- ..
BUSINESS COURSES offered by lake City Local and national plac.m.nt THERMAL WEAR 1 .. STOCK OF LADIES'
.... ... .
Community College In January 86. assistance. Correspondence/resident Regularly To 3.59 Each. __ ..
Register early. Dec. 2-5 for BusinessComputers training. Eligible Institution for Federal Poly/cotton tops and pants. ", FASHION BOOTS '.
I on Monday eves and Small Aid GSL. Call 1(800)251.9042.'Unit.d( ) 1099
Sizes S,M,L.XL.. Boys' sizes 818. Regularly
Business Management on Thur.eves at Truck Master. Resident training: Tam. Selection will vary from store to store
Union County High School. Each earns pa, Fla. It. 11/14
3 credit !hours.Call 752.1822..x1.331r
I or 356 for Info. 11/14 3tchg 11/28 FOR RENT

Need RENT Union CountyTlmes. 150 ssururn.ca
Main' Street, lake Butler Phone CLASSIC 169
Custom 496-2261 for Information. tin fiaSw,.
Draperies? Mobil.Ham 12'x65',3 bedroom, 1 bath, -
furnished on. acre of land on SR-lao, _
Call Lorna Stephens near Union-Bradford county line. Call
496-2219 496.28421tchg. 11/14 TEXACO 4ta ALm 8 ROLL
TP .. Three bedroom three bath mobile home. _Oat scrgas.a MOTOR OIL .AtHnseuE_ CORONET

Call 4963437. Itchg. 11/14 Regularly To 1.09. e Regularly 1,99.8
Texaco HD30 or 99 2 LITER COCA- a Robs roll pack of 2-ply
tM F NS 10W40 motor oil. COLA PRODUCTS s hLY Corcnet bath

j Limit 5 quarts. Choose from new Coke, Classic Coke, Ja tissue. Limit 2.

: diet Coke, Cherry Coke or Sprite.

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UNION Regularly 2 '
Reg. To 1.87.Deodorants Reg. 3 For 1. Reg.
''i duty'aluNminum 100 count oz. box laundry
IaPe'boxss ooples lotions, sham :: Marcal 2-ply detergent. lAUNDRY DETER ,
foil. Limit 3. y E' poo & more. facial tissue., Limit 2.
; : 4737683LstJtstf Limit 4.
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Three Three inmates Union Correcti onal inmates remain ato t large after escape:....

Wedne.day, Nov.remained at large spokesman! David Skipper' said life in prison for Dade -
a fences
2:), after County and coils of barb
,'riday, Nov. 8, from Union escaping Wednl'sday. tirst-degree murder conviction, and ed wire.( No tools razor-sharp patrolled, without success, a three. Baldwin on US-301. There were no
Urinal Institution, Correc' Mill at largo jin P ,ni, Smith) ::11. Donald Wilson, 34.convicted of arm.ed the A were left behind at county area around the prison, squads out searching Wednesday.
scene. tower
imprisoned in May for life plus 30 robbery in several South Florida trio guard; saw the leading officials to believe the Skipper said,, but DOC wants local
years on Escambia convic counties. the escape and fired a may have had law and
"There ili County shot escapees transportation enforcement officers
at them,
of," Urpartmrnl nothing new that I know tions for, ,sexual battery and rob- The three inmates cut through Carurlianal but missed. waiting. nearby... The, track was residents to keep a watch for the
of Corrections: h''rv i ph Santos, rl, sentf'nl'pti officers with dors lout tt'iumrl R *' 'fvili| ttnrth rtr escapees.

Lawtey youth dies


in handgun accident = ; Beer Wine Mixers
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21-year-old Lawtey man, John magnum, causing it to fire. Fired
when Leroy a Shuford pistol was killed Nov. 7' from about two feet away, the bullet and Homeoperated Price Wise store.,
accidentally fired as struck Shuford in the head, killing
he and two youths, aged 16 and 17, him
instantly. Check
engaged in a tussling session. Shuford was a correctional officer Our Many In-Store Specials
According to Deputy Don Denton, for the Dept of Corrections, and
Sheriff investigator for the Bradford kept the pistol to practice with. AU tiUUDTHKU NOVEMBER 20,1985
the two Department, Shuford and Shuford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 161 ....ia.a.
youths were wrestling. George Shuford of
Shuford and one youth were laying No charges have Lawtey.been filed in the ...
across the a bed with their feet on accident, '
which was investigated by Ancient:
floor. The third youth was standing Icll I .
Deputy Sheriffs John Dempsey and
by the bed examining the load- David Aderholt. The shooting took 'II V.fI. (Canadian .
edweapon. During the tussling, one place at about 7:30: p.m. Wednesday, gt't t HighHouibon I Schenley IEEf
of the
youths kicked or struck the Nov. 6, while the youths parents 750 Mist
youth with the pistol. a 357: were attending church Vodka Gin

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Christmas 'X;::;;. :.) J Model A Lounge Lounge 301 Liquors

Open: Full Line of Crullers. BMX,,
Monday Freestyle & 10 Speeds 134 Highway 21 North 3 Miles North of 1 Mile North of
thru Skateboards & Equipment Starke E. Call Keystone Heights' Waldo on U.S. 301 Starke on U.S. 301
Saturday 10-6 Arriving Soon! 473.9627 468.9461 964.7771
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207 N. Temple Ave. Starke 964.7556 : ,

1a' s Immediate Financing to All Qualified Buyers .

+ We at D&S would I like to thank Starke/Bradford County for your support.

Payments As Low As 25 per week .

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of Any Vehicle until Thanksgiving.! =:.f n d ne ,

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a oJ s I r/ AspWIPI StereoaCI / .

I I Nbe/Fco aC, Auto, ,. ,:' \ ( 79 Chrysler \ $l4

t sgjvlBCaI Y 66 Mustang l\ I Cordoba, very nice car, /, ..,::" ,..o>::. .. :(
19 j. / clean, mechanically sound /v' ,,'-1 _- :
Convertible Comp. restoration, \ : T'...
/ thru Thanksgiving r
newly rebuilt eng., guar. i / /" .'
80 Plymouth 33.000 act. miles 1st custom 's -t I.995.Cash' ,f

foot Champ 5 sp w/o/drive/ / WCAMFM $ 0 Q.0 0/ .: ,I .
Stereo Priced to Sell ItJM..U: "- W
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+ A/C/ stereo, tilt, cruise
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