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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Real, Estate . . ',' Pages 7A.
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Football! Contest . Page 15A, ... .,
t" pect.d high| todayThur( Oct. I.I for four i w.i'thOn lot r.
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", ;-'TV with NortKeoit wind of 13 mile* per hour or* expected today. \>;"', V, ., .Briefs. .. ..'*. . . ". Page SB-- ,,I *, .,
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_,, Concerned once again about spending City council minutes reflect he was I
$470,000 in the past 7 years on a one of two councilmen who voted
power plant engine that hasn't run in against the $750,000 bond issue.
18 months and which has given trou- Schaefer said.
ble since it was installed in 1974, the
At times Schaefer said, he's been
Starke city council voted Tuesday
asked about law suit the
night, Oct. 13. to investigate the a over
possibility of recovering some of its engine" but "that's as far as it ever

money. got.

The power plant bond trustees Schaefer expressed complete con
recommended and the council votedto fidence in attorney Robert A. Jablonto
KZ spend up to $3.000 for Washington. determine if the city has groundsfor
D.C attorney Robert A. Jablon of the a suit. Jablon. Schaefer pointedout
firm of Spiegel and McDiarmid. to investigate
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n is the attorney who won a settle
.... the possibility of a law suit.
ment with Florida Power & Light in a
::" .. ,. Main questions are: 1)) Has the suit over the company's refusal to
;, statute of limitations run out? and 2) serve small cities.
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I ,,,, I. the reason the engine malfunctioned. recommendation to the council. It is
.''t.'\" ,..c .'-\" t Possibility exists the city may be at the responsibility of the bond trusteesto

.. fault in maintenance of the engine run the power plant, Schaefer said.
said city attorney George Pierce. Both Schaefer and chairman Vernon
Utility' Director Merrill Dees Silcox promised the bond trustees the

countered that the engine has never city council would fully back their

been in operation long enough for recommendation.After .

maintenance to be a factor. conferring a short time the
.;# At the request of new city clerk Neil bond trustees came up with the

Tucker a Joint session of the power recommendation to spend to$5,000
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attorney to see city
"\'.*$!* to consider the of
Which, Campus Cutie. f day night possibility has ground for a suit.
... :: pursuing a course of action to regain
..Is I the 1981 some of the city's Tucker was Carter several times stated he
< homecoming .f Bradford money.
queen HighSchool?! Principal
Only Jim lis. penny RISKS. Stacey Denmark anti,Terrte Mathew. thought the decision whether to
Duncan knows and he's keeping 1& secret until the Is the chairman of the council when the proceed
event and highlight of the Tornado Whirl queen crowned as the final 'l1be' lucky s" were selected from 43 senior candidates last week by a vote 01 $750,000 bond issue was passed in with a suit should be made by the

The\six hopeful senior coed are (I-r) Karen next. Chitty Thursday. Tabl nlgbt.Folsom Oct.Julie 22. GrIlor the senior class. The Bradford IIIgh. School student body voted.Tuesday. Oct. 13., 1974. including the $350,000 purchase city employees. Councilmen objected.
... the homecoming ,w7vt8'" "" .,' :,' (.> 'VJM, "' *" qualified to mate'UU1tt'etmn\ \ .4
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: BIlS tr Prejltr.it fo '. keep( 3,300 Kilt: engine operating.
.. i' r :<<4otneCtmlnlli :Jextl.w ee ena "' Indicated he does not want the responsibility -
... ....... ., '-'" -- ,f City crews finally gave up 18 mon- of making: such a .decision.Monday's \ .
ths ago, and the largest engine in the,
., i. Nifty-so's: 'Thursday has been down. 'special meeting was called -
by Vickie Carver Punk-Cartoon Day Wednesday is Day. is Western Day; power plant ,
: and Friday is SPIRIT Day. i after discussion of the down engine
BCT Special WrlUr| Sweethearts' of the different organizations to .I be represented, class The city council of 1974 went Into popped up again. Over the years Merrill
Countdown for 1981 homecoming activites set for next Thursday.and Friday princesses and queen candidates nave been busy shopping for appropriate the bond issue only after many discus- Dees, now utility director but who
Oct, Z2-23, is under way at Bradford High School. dresses for the Tornado Whirl, the parade and for the homecoming game. into sions debt.on pushing the city still further came back to the city after the enginewas
Finally the decision
Final voting by the BHS Student body for the homecoming queen took place Class princesses are:: Freshmen- Vicki Thomas'' and Roselyn Lennon; made to enlarge the plant was and installed has mentioned the problem
Tuesday Oct 13;but the BHS administration is keeping the name of the winnera .sophomores Angel Folsom. and Pam Crawford; juniors Becky Crawford and to install the new 3,300 power KW generator several times but got nowhere.

secret. Cathy/ Diggs. which was supposed to burn either Tucker however, got after the problem
"In the runoff for this coveted honor are six senior girlSK: ren Chitty. gas or fuel oil. soon after he again entered the
daughter of Mrs. Joan Chitty of Starke and the late Randal F. Chitty; Stacey Homecoming<< Day Calendar: city government Mayor Silcox backed
Denmark; daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark of Starke; Tab! Folsom, Saying he has "been here from the up the clerk's view.
daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. George Carlisle of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tornado Whirl will begin at 7:30: p.m. in the BHS stadium Thursday Oct22. word: go" Commissioner Charlie
Folsom of Starke; Julie Griffls daughter of Freda H. Griffis and Tracey E. Tornado fans can watch the homecoming parade Friday Oct. 23. at 1:10: p.m. Schaefer at the request of Mayor "My!' mind just ,won't accept that
Griffis of Lawtey; Terrie Mathews daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Mathews The parade will follow the normal route through town ending back at the High Vernon Silcox, gave the history of the nothing can be done about this,"

of Starke, and Penny Riggs.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Riggs of Brooker. School. problem, as he remembers it. Silcox stated.
elected The homecoming game against the North Marion Colts will begin at 8 p.m.
The six candidates were by the BUS senior class from a field of 43 can
didates. Friday Oct. 23. Advance tickets are available for students the Finance Officeat Schaefer said the city paid $3.500 to Dees said other people have had a

Identity of the 1981 homecoming queen will be kept a secret until the end of. the High School Set for before the baligame Is a barbeque chicken dinner to Beck & Associates of Orlando, an problem with the same engine. A unit
Tornado Whirl next Thursday night Oct. 22. be put on jointly by the Band Boosters and the All Sports Club. Cost is $2.50 for electrical engineering firm, to has been called to his at
the full dinners with proceeds going to projects by the 2 booster groups. evaluate the problem and to see if the tention. Dees said. A Canadian firm
Every class is busy with preparations for floats and skits for the homecoming student and all the other BHS'ers contacted
In whole the administration, council are city had grounds for a suit. Although him about buying the city's
festivities. Various planning is being made for the outfits of the week, to promote looking forward to a great week. The over-all homecoming theme is: Silcox and Tucker indicated they engine for parts Dees said.
school support and spirit. The days of the homecoming week are a little "On homecoming day the score will show... remember the report nobody knows
different than the regular school days. Monday Is College Day Tuesday is Worthing/
'Tornadoes ahead; the Colts below! where it is now. Corp. no longer makes
engines like the city has but still
Schaefer said the engine has been manufactures
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;Hampton Mayor Negotiates Town Out of, Law Suit with Marshal down run some for I'3,000 a years hours as was but previously has been Telegraph was told. engines the

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reported Monday night. ,
Mike Phillips< assured the council and two new tires. Until recently the HamptonIt
by CooneyBCT Chairman Evans that he would send a was suggested by Mayor Hank Cemetery was maintained by the Somewhere said Schaefer. there is
Staff WriterA letter to his attorney requesting the LoU that the position of city United Methodist Church.. On Sept. 10 a letter from the engineer, now
little bartering by Chairman John city of Hampton be dropped from any utilityman be filled by Amos Jenkins the cemetery was deeded to the city of retired somewhere in South Florida l
Evans may have paid off for the record of the suit. Chairman Evans LoU said Jenkins would be expected Hampton with maintenance and sale who designed the engine. The
Hampton.city council Tuesday night. felt the Council would see fit to to work a three day week with responof plots now the city's responsibility. engineer Schaefer said, stated the
Oct. 13.Main. authorize the one week paid vacation sibilities ranging from street clean-up Further discussion was tabled untilto engine was not designed to run over
topic of discussion was Phillips requested. maintenance and care of the newly the next city council meeting Tues- 2,500 KW but was sold to the city as a
whether to give Marshal Fred acquired cemetery. day, Nor, 10. 3,300 KW generator.
Phillips the one week of paid vacation Marshal Phillips also requested two J
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Phillips was requesting after working new tires for the patrol car and that
for the city| of Hampton for two years. the engine be looked at since it was
Chairman Evans suggested that the leaking 011.Chairman.
vacation request be granted if Mar Evans suggested Phillips t i
shal Phillips cleared up a matter Involving take the patrol car to the vtech r .-
the city of Hampton in a law center In Starke since the school
suit, Marshal Phillips is involved In a would charge for parts only and this THURSDAYOct.ISCHAMBER
law suit aganist Gordon Wadsworth would save the city labor charges OF
previous city clerk In which the cityof COMMERCEFRIDAY
It was pointed out by Clerk Jane ,
named. '.
Hampton was '+ Y .
Phillips contends he did not at any Hall that a check for$478.44 had been + i ? -
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received Tuesday from the Fla. .
time intend for the city to be named in Dept. LUNCH
of Revenue earmarked for the<< Police
the suit and that it was a mistake on wOMAN'SCLUB11i30.1m30
the part of his attorney. Dept. of Hampton only. It was suggested
. Evans pointed out that the paid by Clerk Hall that this moneygo
Public invited
toward
the tires and
vacation was not within the Hampton new not from
'city statutes and that such authorization the recently approved Police Dept. tt.se
came from the good will of the budget. The Council:agreed on this
council and asked.Phillips, to get bids on the : SATURDAYOct.17CEMETERY .
: CLEAN-UP.
$9A
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Whitehead Bash Turkey Trot Rd.gate'
opens. 7 a.m.
BevUh Baptist Church
,Lots of' Flunnini; ,Goes into Sheriff0, Annual Party f Camp BlindingMONDAY'

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It takes 150 chickens bogged downin 'politico's and coincides with the Oct.* .
200 pounds of rice. 60 crates of Florida Homecoming game. : yf'R' ,. SCHOOL. BOARD

corn, 1,000 pounds of mullet and lots Even though this is political "offyear" 9'S r : .YY w 1Y '"''rt. .: p ." / ? ,
,I", of drinks to feed and quench the Whitehead said he expects a -
thirst of the 2.000 folks expected at good turn out of politicians including ..TU'SOAYT.JO; ..:

party Sheriff this John Whitehead'r.annual! fait, Sen.. Lawton state/ senators Chiles and Rep.,representatives Don Fuqua -- eU._ *..JUW' Jubttk**' ..... '..; 't' "" "tI ""i' ,,!L '- -;}-.... ,- .... ..._,.. .. ""!I :-' STARKB Meets li COUNCIL oe,....:. .

Also on the menu says the' sheriff/if "Now Watch. Closely Girls...." ,-..-.;rri ': -

the bears cooperate bear stew "Invitations are not sent locally PBllt2rlX QSIgl
hog chitterlings slaw and plenty ortea but all my friends In Union and surrounding Little Emily Hartley, the 2U year old daughter Coach 1&'" a r busy.'football week again.'Tbe ,Tornado varsity DYALCEM&TEAY" .''
and Coca.Cola to wash down thJ countiesareinvited," lard Mike-Hartleyof Bradford High and Donna Hartley seems 'goes to Gainesville to.take on the Hurricanes Thursday ANNUAL.J MEETINO '
steaming buttered corn-on' the-Cob' the dean of Florida sheriffs; *' 9a{" ',, ,, -N'folding this cheer for the junior varsity cheerleaders Oct. IS:before returning for Homecoming against North 'nloo'"c.' .I'" ,I'Commission
and chicken ''t" daring a freshman football last week.!-"> -' .'. meeting room
pilau. game Iarlon .
peppery next, Friday. Oct. 23: the 'JV* hat Santa Fe .
"1 .-"We will ( serving a't 6:30 pm.:. 'She' certalaly looks' fh. part. outfitted .to':al;tornado' / Bradford Co, Courthouse
{ a'smali i ; bps Wednesday. Oct,2U and the Freshman team hosts Clay ,. .1 > !.' ti 1 > ''
started Them ,
What oy'as hunting will ,*band and probably\ ''tfceerteadWB :uniform put together" by Pm.mms.rTher> Tuesday Oft. 2*?, j .
party In the early 1960's at his ranchis some volunteer entertainment" he cheerleader-are.'from/ I left Valcry .Randolph','>IelJtnielt FRIDAY, OCT:13 '

now the annual (allgatherhg.lor, added. ..'. W od.. 'f."|ieU Brown, and Lart Ann'Wood*.';MX>"'. '> .. t For all the deta'OIt'BIiS,. football see the Telegraph BHS HOMECOMINO.JNKSMEAREDPAPERS
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G; Ye&Ur: Stops Here for PoKti &l I


A strong economic base for Florida, tl
the education system, and Improvement
of state prisons werei: ;the,topics
Gov. Bob Graham mentioned, lit that '
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order Monday Oct. 12 during a lun r
cheon speech at ;the.,. Holiday( Inn in : .
Starke 4 ;
Predicting a "truly exciting''' _
period\ for !florlda over the next four i
years Gov Graham said he "feels 1
very strongly about what the future is ? '
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for Florida. Graham pointed out the r
state Is hit with world-wide pressures i t + ( ;
such as refugees and drugs but if u
those problems can be contained the +4
state faces a very positive future. rllrY9Jr :
After his opening remarks to some
60 persons at the dinner sponsored by'
the Graham for Governor Committeeand

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Executive Committee which included marks 50th year as a Mason,
most city and county officials and
private solons in the county, Gov. on the ocasslon tificate to mark the anniversary is Alvin Gifffte.. I (Strict
Graham got down to his basic com the Masonic Order. Deputy of the Eighth Masonic''District, looking on art-
mittments of education and prison curd: and I a wall eer-: Kopolousos' sons John (left, an attorney it {)rlwj.\ Park
system. N and Gus right), a reutauranteer In SturUe..

Education is "one thing we can do
that will have the most positive long t
term affect on the state," the gover- Captain D's. '
nor stated. Graham reiterated his
committement to back a quality

education kindergarten through program college. from SRld.'I X11 LE VALUE ,

Reading and writing in the early 1
grades K-3, Is basic to a quality .
education program Gov. Graham 'N SHRIMP
stated. "Frankly, we haven't done as
well in those grades as we should," w t
Graham said. r $ !
Then the governor pointed to the t I IJ A *.!"W
physics laboratory at the Universityof ". on""' .> J.
Florida nationallly known for its ; w \ golden brown breast
research into high technolol '.as an I of chicken !diets
example of how to use education to attract .. _. s IPnderMed; shrimp .
high technology industry to the t Pil crisp franco blew'
state. creamy cole ln\v l
Governor Bob Graham to :
speaks
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"We have to have a strong economyto .Io'al. 2 hush puppiescocktail I '
pay for schools, roads streets and society.Graham. Using the sauce
sewers" Graham said adding, stressed his committment cle inspections as. 0 sweat n' sour sauce I
"We're building that strong economic to improve( the salaries of correctional Graham said he I
base." officers, pointing 'out he'd which are: proven to ;,
Corrections does not attract atten- recently worked a day as a correctional effect i : on the state. IMP FEAST'

tion as long as things are going officer at a prison at Glades. period the MVI ,t
smoothly the governor said. "You only Correctior.allnstitution. positive impact in ,. ( '
hear about prisons when there is a "It takes a lot of committment to cidents! Graham said 9 ti ). .
problem." work under the conditions they haveto he opposed the now Cc,a ras>o.q. 9
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State prisons must strive to give work under every day," Graham gram. coannnxl) .< lh r r'4t 1 "t9 4 .'
men returning freedom the hope of said. His goal is parity with other l being self-sufficient Graham said enforcement officers and to improve. and cut the costs of cola slaw .."'.. yj;. r, 1 .I.
citing an example of a :39yearoldman working conditions. state Is now frjes ,
who. spoke to him in Jackson.. Graham also called the accreditation farmers can do a ( 'les ( ., u
ville. of the state's 24 prisons "a great maintenance that the special, 1
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Imprisoned at 17 years of age the achievement.." Of some 60 accredited Transportation. e : ,.
man said he'd spent 22 years in prisons across the nation Graham farmers with ,
southern prisons the last seven yearsat said, more than a third are in Florida. sides of roads 1 ,
Union Correctional Institution. Graham said he is proud of what the "I hope to be able *V
While at UCI, the man first under stale has done and reiterated his challenges of growth(
went a religious conversion, then point that Florida faces; a lot of we have in this state, -
learned to be a brick mason which challenges. said.
enabled him to get a job when he was People are finding out about North Although he has Captain D's.
released.His Florida, Graham said noting the nounced his .
experience at UCI the former 13-20 percent growth in the area over term, Gov. Graham leas 301 North
inmate said Graham continued the past decade. Governmental reaction are available for seafood O hamburgers
enabled him to salvage a fading mar- is an important factor in the probably ask for your : Starke, Florida'
riage and to live and to make it In fregMr state's growth Graham said. more time" graham 9648100 ..like. you like it! .
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School and all Bradford County Lawtey CarnivalSet b ,
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Elementary School :
for Oct. 24 : I

October 19- 23
:Monday 0.,. IV: Sloppy Joe on bun french tries The annual Lawtey Halloween Car-
celery carrot rune' apricots and milk. nival will bo Saturday Oct.24 from 5 h '
Turiilay. ',,"I. :20 Corndogs cheese sax, rice 6 to 9 p.m. Traditional smoked and
milk.Wedn.sday tomato. gravy, green beans applesauce and fried fish dinners will be served in-

,Oct.' Zl:Chili,crackers,Harden naiad cluding french fries, hushpuppies, '
pear half cinnamon roll and milk. cole slaw and baked beans. Hot dogs .
Thiinilay, Oct.' 2J: Chicken ft Noodles buttered will also be available.
green peas, slaw fruit Jolla cheese rolls and _
milk.. Rattle tickets still available for _
are
with ,
t'rldu.v: Oct.Yet:Spaghetti neal0llUC8 chees
slix, rie hot rolls and milk.Bradford either a 12 gauge Remington I
High School' automatic or a $100 gift certificate; to c For that bvernite visitor,, convert your sofa. to aI .sJ'VI :; .JJ $
October JRegular Sears "
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Over 30 l .
sleepers in stock atTremeridpu'swSavings ,
:\Iondl), 0.,. lsHamburger on bun. lettuce & ; ::a'
pickle, french fries peaches and milk.Turaday : : ..
Ott.oChili: : .crackers salad fruit Jello THE BRADFORD Easy Terms and Free Pehveryof'.fSr; W' '. :!ii1 }", "
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and milkWednesday
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beans slaw, fruit cup and milk. Published.v.ry Thursday Unsurpassed! comfort at unbelievable pri'te ,:> < S' .'
Thurnitoy. ''''I. Beef-Vegetable: soup, cheese ot no W. Coll SIolt) :
toast cracker, .peach pie and milk. Stark, Florida 9201 until ... 1..&' ( "F br',doy.Jorlhigl1tI.
Krlday, (iiBcef-a-ronl.:' cheese ills turnip ,
greens apricot crisp hut rolls and milk. ''t i iii'
Second Class postage paid at
Stark. Florida '
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''''I. Hamburgers: pizza frimch '
fries milkshakes. t i 7 +x2ff
Thursday l>,"'. 22Chce9eburten, pia french Outild trad oroi $ 0.00 pryar 'V
fries, milkshakes.KrlcUy. $5.50 six month 1 WPnc
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milkshakes.,

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'There was not much movement in brackets: She points out.. feel It could make the offer good for

'lithe stalled teacher negotiations when The raise amounts to"nine cents per more than a year, .the proposal: was
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federal mediator met Monday hour, Mrs; Miller s flight, Oct. 5, with bargaining teams bargainers .are holding out because a statement released to teachers.
I 'from the Bradford Education teachers know; they won't get anymore Mrs. Miller states:
f1'r Association: and the School Board. if "Your bargaining team membersare
or ,much more, money they
Federal mediator Nate Kazin met agree to the school boards s offer not the fools they are sometimes
with the SEA and School Board School Board negotiator Tom thought to be. Their expertise in collective -
negotiating teams in an effort to
bargaining has enabled themto
Forbes pointed out in a statement
break the impasse reached Aug. 5
released to teachers by Supt. Tom see through some of the devious
with the teams still $1,000 apart on offered under the of
Casey that the BEA is refusing to proposals guise
for .
starting salary teachers.No '
good
faith
bargaining.
meet with special master until .Nov.
more money is available now 10. Supt. Casey received a ",000 raise
than the $245,000 package originally this year. School board members also

,. JA, L L1 w w y '. offered the teachers, says Supt. Tom realize Holding'out teachers also will aren't make getting legislators the received a raise Mrs. Miller points
x Casey.
z out. Pay raises for the superintendentand
$1,500 raise the legislature intended
BEA bargaining team spokesper
them to have, and make them realize school board members were ear-
son Julie Miller still maintains the marked
by the Legislature she aava.
$1,100 raise offered would net a the money must be earmarked for
teacher only $426. The school board teacher salaries she says. The $1,500 intended for teachers was

; Oct. 5 offer of a $1,150 raise was Only area in which the school board not earmarked and never reached the
teachers. By going to impasse and
lowered to a $IIOOorrer in the session offer was increased is to pay 100 per
PR with the federal mediator Mrs. cent of accumulated sick leave for through the procedure of going before
a special master the legislators will
Miller says. teacher with 13 experienceand
any years
The school board increase includesthe be made aware of this, fact, Mrs.
who submits a letter of intent to
: :- instep raise of$220, already given retire by Feb. I, 1982. Payment wouldbe Miller hopes.
teachers under the present pay plan, made in July 1982. You are" underpaid for a 7'a-hour:
work day Mrs. Miller tells teachers
and increased social security and This was originally a BEA move in
retirement payments, leaving only the bargaining. But Monday the BEA in her release.
; ; tt the $426 In real new money, Mrs. team objected to the one shot offer "You can show your support and
refusal to believe Mr.
Miller says. Many teachers would and offered to drop to 85 percent of the your Casey's
receive lower checks because the propanganda by not volunteeringyour
pay accumulated sick leave if \the dates
... _...n_._ ..,. A_'_ raise would put them into higher tax were dropped. The board team didn't lime (for anything extra) "

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XifffWtti: 'be- talking to the agriculture Forestry officials were in Starke \; ,"..201,23,500 :34% ".,",

:and most c1 lat the FFA organization. visiting and inspecting the Chapter q. CASH'onuses PJ..s4'-2..aoq .3*% 1.tev
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The senior class has three sponsorsthis TO CITIZENS, limited) rone only. No phone or mail ordellCe"hc., .... This certificate' is automatically' renewed at '
year: Mr. Jerry McGnff. Ms. plose. fro rale"melted 01 maturity*purchased 12 31 I'
Sandy Smith and Mrs. Linda Harrell. '" 'f
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senior class with all the activities during i
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time an athletic High the Tornado playerswere Rehburg. Defensive Coach '4:: ,.. e1 ,! ,
team, especially a football told exactly what was Mike Sexton changed f a if lyr f

team at Bradford High, has a coming on nearly every play. defenses often showing SA

losing season every possible Even so, the Tornadoes could different looks and confusingtheir

reason is repeatedly discussed not stop the powerful attack of blockers. It took gang Gr "'

by Monday morning the state's No. 2 ranked Class tackling to stop SA's powerful -'\" ( 'r '

quarterbacks. 3A eleven. The three BHS runner Tony Delgado.The r. r- 4Ilir s, 1

Inevitably the head coach defensive down linemen, mid- fighting BHS eleven dida .

catches the brunt. A long, dle guard Kenny Wright and fantastic job as banged up ..t._ (

hard season is made longer tackles Kenny Bright and as the small crew was and '
and more difficult to bear Dale Buchanan, however got still is. They played football in ;

when critics ,crawl from the tougher and tougher that the BITS tradition, the very \ I y
woodwork. night as the one-sided contest best they could. No shame
wore on. They had to.
came with that loss; the few .
the state .
Forgotten are
local fans who saw the game ,
championships, the winning The Tornadoes have improved were certainly satisfied with .
seasons. The 0-4 season erases ever since although the effort. With anything like "

the good times from the mindsof losing 19-0 to a tough Santa Fe their ususal offensive punchthe

the armchair quarterbacks, team and 16.6 to Augustine. Tornadoes could have
who pour over this season as BHS played it tough againstSA given SA a real battle. L- 4 1

an excuse to find fault with holding the Yellow Fact is, BHS is in a down cy i ,
David Hurse the 20
Coach
Jackets to 142 of of
yards cle. Such cycles do exist, and
veteran head coach at
year fense. hurt smaller schools such
as
Bradford who has of
High one '
BHS more than a larger one.

high the winningest school coach records in the of state any Injuries to key players left Nothing a coach does can pre- \ I ':,.".: : : '',, I ..' ,...
BHS without much offensive vent a down cycle. BHS was ., ;"f 'I, .. .
(130 wins 68 defeats 6 ties). ) ,
punch. The most versatile into this down cycle last '"," ". :, .. ': '

Anyone thinking this year's runner Emmett Watkins, was season. With just 5 or 6 more t :' w'
Tornado football team is any badly hobbled with a thigh adequate football players, .

less prepared than their bruise. Coach David Hurse and his I,," .
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predecessors simply is not Quarterback John Thompson staff would have a squad that .. _. .. r .. ..." ., Just Reminder

familiar with the BHS football is a senior rookie. Thompson could compete with most of f The 20' Slump Il I* r< iiiin<: Not *iiili 'r I Ii xy y
program. That fact that Bradford has a strong arm and is the current opponents.The .

High footballers have learning. By the end of the
current junior varsityand ,
historically been better : :
will
season Thompson
probably ,
ninth
grade teams are
prepared than their opponents
develop into a good

accounts for a lion's share of quarterback. But that'll be too showing the next signs few the seasons Tornadoesof will Our Readers Say: .-.............."......'.................................................................
their victories over teams bigger
late and he won't be back next to the ,
begin reverse
cycle.
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faster, and with more
talent. year. They are winning at that level

Two starters, tackle Dale (freshman 2-1,and JV's 2-2 as PALATKAN PROTESTS attempted to enter the game, Mr. money the.federal government owes
Tornado athletes have the Charles Thomas told us we would this State.
Buchanan with an injured of this writing) and should be OFFICIAL'S ACTION
advantage of one of the best knee and defensive back Dar- the acid test as to the health of have to pay at the gate, if we wanted to Here is how the influx of refugees
the ballgame. His over-all man- affects this
Thank you for thie'opporlunlty to see : one family-my family.
training programs anywherein ryl Thornton with a broken the BUS program. There are express our feelings concerning an in- ner was very rude, not at all in keeping My sister-in-law is a victim of "Von
the state. They are superbly arm, did not play against SA. some good athletes at the cident that occured at the with the spirit of cooperation, Recklinghouse: disease," coupled with
conditioned physically and End Chuck Williams played younger levels. Palatka/Starke: Varsity football which should be expected from peoplein many others. Her food stamps wer
mentally. with a broken hand and game, Sept. 23, In Starke. his position.After cut out to feed these refugees and
Over the years this contest has been a long and Inconvenient half because she cannot get the right kind
Bradford coaches spend despite having the flu all But Tornado football fans one that both communities have en- hour, the problem was finally resolved of food for her condition she Is suffer-
hour upon hour watching week. Watkins played can be assured the current Joyed and has promoted the spirit of with the help of one of your assis ing, and causes the medicaid insurance -
films of opponents. BHS although he could not attain players are getting every advantage competition in the players of both tant coaches. We hope Mr. Thomas' to spend more money on the
his usual speed because he schools. Starke's past record can attitude was an isolated instance and doctors and drugs which do her no
know before each coaching staff;
players the. surely speak for itself and now it notto-..representative-.of..)'O\lr good. Only good food helps her.
could not lift his leg enough to
game the tendency of an opponent can give them. Anyone who seems that Palatka is on the way to ,school's spirit. *">' Please, Mr. Reagan, pay our
to run up the middle tq IMa
the right or left. In many the Tornadoes forth less effort 6r has lost his' school.;:Therefore* it waa very'dfeapr! unJJe, --"!o'.f41q- -. ,fe14om9Debl'Edwadds: : natives VH live mtiMbttrJdWtoSlersends '
gang pointing to us to encounter the at- "Laura Jones for them. Il listened in
games they are supplied with coaching ability is simply on your
tackled and hit evidencedby
as titude of of school officials Fla.
*, one your Palatka speech recently and know you have no
"keys, characteristics or the fact that 7 players had 6 wrong. that appeared to be vindictive.It heart. You are only happy filling your
habits of which opposing or more tackles. Those 7 were has been reciprocal courtesy AN OPEN LETTER own pockets. I never thought anybody
players and opposing coachesare nose guard-tackle Kenny Would that every instructorat among the schools in this area to admit TO PRESIDENT REAGAN could have such a cold heart towards

unaware but which tell the Wright tackles Bobby Shan- BITS be as thorough, as* visiting coaches and their wivesto Honorable President Reaganand their fellow citizens.A
and Tor- enter the "Pass Gate" as guests your Administration: Florida Cracker
BHS coaching staff demanding and as
and end
non Kenny Bright, with the "Florida Athletic Coaches
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Mary Peterson
nado players where the next Barry Reddish, monster man knowledgeble in his field as Association" card which is given to, Our Florida 'Governor, Bob
play is coming.In and Coach David Hurse. the coaches each year for this pur Graham, has asked us Floridians to'
Larry Long linebackers pose. When we (two coaches wives) take the next step In begging for the CIIAIRMAN EXPLAINS
the 55-0 loss to Palatka Mark Crews and Bruce It isn't the coaching, folks. HEMOPHILIA'' FUNI )cn8

As a member of the NonlfJl'loHda

Hemophilia .Association/ I,,1ett, it
County Agelltl'By : ,to Inform .WJjiif I
necessary >.uirmSA .
. Voter Needed In : 'KW: ,f%
Bobby" .
Impact Redistricting! '" Notebook > SSffV'\ lr n./ '?'!p. J\t1R'. '. tf

.;tf' an'from phones Extension: M442M: 209 --Taylor-. -t stIt, \.... Hemophilia i is .a.her j 1. f
possible for any one man to state representatives disease <(affectipg, 1o\1l\ iiP
Now is the time for citizensof represent them fairly and effi- one to three stat'' blood fails d to clot dlie.I Q t s j !
Cooler and shorter ;;1.t1'rifin; : of 1 of the I Dotting' ( fat '
Bradford County, as well as ciently.For senators. ? temperatures for the real bargainfor 4 ; 4j
the rest of the State to begin i'1'j days are a signal that Fall is here. the Information.you get.f tl. hemophiliacs do,, haveBfaWeinTwJcuts : h
instance what possible The member district Fall is a signal or plans and activitieson << ,mosj'of chef(ltI;"ptoM4maar, ) rnc
and let- single 'oI\
giving some thought V to; bleeding in/mu9cef ndfJHinu
lawns and the ; >
forage programs.This Fall in 8110. ptant4 cool { |
interests do the voters of which
ting their voices be heard on a concept was endorsed'by season legumes' likq'kloYerforiatewinter lp/ and If
matter of,vital importance to Brooker, in southwest Brad- Governor Graham ,at the,;\ Is a good tune' to get soil and early spring grazing: In not treated'promp1ij't"Yrn" I a_ .mtk
every Floridian--the upcoming ford County have with votersof State Democratic conventionlast samples for lime requirements on addition to supplying ;((8',lot of&igh lnanent Ippling.It i "'\1.,,' t M.'tr. ''In.
redistricting for Congres- Ponte Vedra Beach in nor- weekend has much to of. eellentmet apppplyllme. Fall is an ex quality forage.the. l* ubiesitf;( prtipery The t'teatmen ., ro memopq\ l ,I
sional thern St. Johns? And yet, fer Florida voters-- or dolomite, | managed can supply nitrogeci I for very expensive. For this reason, eel
as well as State 'Single
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if needed, for several next Important to let area residents and
reasons. production
grass _summer; tlf
Bradford, Clay and the northern member districts would *
legislative representation.Public be' t\ f rhr i merchants know that there is a pro-
tip of St Johns are smaller easier to represent Lime requires time to react in the This is an important! economic,advantage blemand(i'is ontywhichcarinolb!! Ig-
hearings are being lumped together in the same and less costly to, the cam- soil to supply calcium and because :MM&tav"iifble nored,So. if.In the future.you happen
held by a House Reapportionment legislative district. Similar paigning candidate.. In a magnesium for the grass, and to ad- ,.nitrogen presentlyvui-:; *-primary to be approached, whether< II C Bfik _
Committee to gather input nonsensical inconsistenciesexist just the,plL-or correct soil'acidity.- limiting factor for,foxaoe production sales garage sales,- ort personally,
member
the of single district voters usually' takes about six months for in our sandy soib.'" wSv.Wtrdgen; please remeber this,is,for-itworthy
: on shaping new
&? all the State. Coun-
over would have no doubt about total reaction so an application In the fertilizer have soared ateng'*1 tM theprice cause.;Just as worthy as a kidney prOblem
districts based on 1980 census ties and cities are chopped up who represents them and fall would allow enough time for the of I n 'or,cancer or any of'the other
figures that reflect Florida'srapid into so many districts, like a- where to place the blame next year's spring growth. ,duce.this saInngeitor 'Mod: diseases'in! the world today. Please
growth. Our State is now jig-saw puzzle, that perplexed when don't ,' dcm'ttgnore us.'Help. The result will
things to their '
entitled to four additional go Lime I I. most effective when it' is ,White Clover is a good clj our be helping'and possibly even exten-
voters have difficulty finding liking. There would no longerbe mixed In the top six inches of soil.. flatwooda soils and past ter ding a life.
representatives in Congressthe -- out who really representsthem. any opportunity for However on lawns and pastures, soil testing and lime appln.r ou Itt there'is anyone in this area who
greatest gain of any Statein legislators to pass the buck nature will do a good Job of mixing If are ready to prepare theiantat for weeds help for a victim or who would
the nation. from one to another, as often given enough time. Rain water or irrigation seeding.Remove accumulated: forage like more information, please contact
The' Legislature will soon and drying. of the soil will by mowing or grazing: and disK lightly myself or Hester Adcock Sparr)
But throughout the tortuous have the opportunity to cor- happens when several contribute to working the lime down. to expose some IOU for the seed In- 29-4908 or Linda. Hutto (Gainesville)
process of redistricting, we rect this hodge-pod of legislators represent the same noculate seed immediately prior to 3731809.
should not lose sight of the but if constituency.And Another practical advantage to fall seeding and roll or repack the soil My husband and I thank you for
political cronyism past
fact that legislative' and con- liming Is that lime and lime spreader after seeding. your Interest. My sons, Michael (age
performance is any.indication while} they're at it, the trucks: can cover most of our flat- Fertilize the legumes according to t) and Chip (age 2 l/2)are) both. vic-
gressional districts should be of what we may expect from public should also demandnew woods pasture and fields. recommendations from your soil test. tims..Thank you.
drawn up for the convenienceof our lawmakers there is only rules to require districts'to w.I ;;An average recommendation would Donna Powell.:
the people and not for the one way to save us from include only compact and Lime the number one priority In a be something like:300 to 500 pounds of 964-8230.:
purpose of perpetuating any another shameful show of contiguous soil fertility program. Get your soil O-10-30 per acre at planting time.
territory to avoid tested
today lime
land apply as soon Local Elks Attend
lawmaker in office
particular gerrymandensm-and this is crossing county and city limit .a possible If It is needed.
no matter how deserving he by powerful public pressur- lines whenever possible, and I'll be happy to discuss your winter Mooting In MadisonThe !
might be.Many .. ing. This Call or come by your County Agents forage production program at any
means pressure expressed to avoid drawing district linesto time.Just seven Elk Lodges in the North
office on north 301 In Starke for yoursou call or come by at your con- District the
of Florida's by letter by concentrate or dilute venience. gathered together at
present any testing kit. There Is a $3 charge Madison Elk
Lodge Thursday night
legislative districts drawn up telephone and by personal minority group's voting Oct. 8, to hear North District Deputy
in 1972. were obviously gerrymandered contact--also vocal and strength or to protect any par Carl Moore of Live Oak speak to theElko

for the sole purpose vociferous participation in the ticular politician by carvingout .... : and Elkettes in attendance.
public hearings redistric- district .. ; >. Starke Elk Lodge represented'byr
of protecting incumbent on a designed with his ,. MIMlllISTASUSHSDurt was
011' Aee.'lI" : Mr. and Mrs. V.A.'Nichols. Mr.
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political interests in .
officials who were powerful mind to
ting.At "f"- JiI' .I and Mrs. Sam Wise Mr. and Mrs. Bill
enough to have district lines early hearings in some rather than the interests of :' mel tt : :' Flnucan, J.D. Doyle, Dorothy Cook,
i drawn in a way that would be parts of the state strong sup 'voters in the area. !1.r John Warren.and Mr. and Mrs

most favorable to their reelection has been ,I \.1.0 George Dominlannl.
port shown for These the
rather than are things that ; North District Deputy Carl Moore
following
single-member' 'districts as Floridians need to consider as of Live Oak Elk Lodge will make his
lines that would be beneficial the most effective 'way, to br- important redistricting ?1 OS O.FIIGUSON-JOHN M.Mlltlt,Publisher. official visitation to the Starke Elk

to"'the voters. Some districts ing about the onemanone; .. 'machinery starts warmingup. ':;,1'" .. -._ 'I. .ijc.'M' .!, '., ', Lodge on Monday, Oct.19 Elks and
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wander aimlessly all over the PvNIA.1, wAMwd.ra4win//. ..... 0b/.gefiJ ;, ", Elkettes from Tallahassee
map. linking areas that haveno vote upheld concept t by; the of Supreme representation Court. voices. Unless be heard the voters we can let expect their,, ,'"' .- ,. ...,.......... ....... Wl. .s '" ... \1 ..'.;..". ,. "...'.; -.. Madison Gainesville. Live lodges Oak will, Lake"be guests City Perry and at

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common interests Depending on where they live. the same old gerrymander"' M. the 7 p.m.dinner served by the Starke
which are so geographically Florida voters are noW soup from our legislative' -...... -/ ...... ''''''M Elkettes, under the direction of Rob

distant'.. -' ,that-,' '', it 'is almost im represented. by from one to six ,chefs.! .. bie Nidioa r ill local Elks and" their, .,
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Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson St. Edward's Church Celebrates '

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Celebrate: 50th AnniversaryMr. --I 1he..S'aal 40 Years at Mass and Dinner, .

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and Mrs. Titus' Olson Charles Johns. .1 i, < -, } I.j./j."r., / '. Celebration of the 40th Anniversaryof 1 The dessert table held a cake
celebrated their golden wedding an- Mrs. L.J. Greed proddedbackground St. Edward's Catholic Church decorated with flowers a cross and
niversary Sunday in the Methodist piano selections duringthe Gladys Mooty Of The began on Sunday Oct. 11,with a Mass appropriate wording. Mrs. Mary
Fellowship hall given by friends and reception hours. of Thanksgiving offered by the Gissy was in charge of arrangementsfor
family. Mr. and MR s.Olson,who marred 90 Society Editor, i Reverend Father Edward the dinner.
In the foyer was a beautiful arrangement and 83 respectively, were in pasta. Following the dinner lively enter
of long stemmed yellowrose Starke on Oct. 8, 1931 in the old 964-7608 News Altar servers at the Mass werre tainment was furnished by the Korn
buds centered by the inscription Methodist parsonage on N. Cherry i Paul Bawek and John Powell. Kathy Kob Klan, a musical group from
50th" and held two white ceramic street. Mr. Olson was then an elec- o 0 Perninl assisted at Communion time. Jacksonville. They played the piano,
love birds. trical salesman and later went into -net-, /'1'I 1'--&<> Gifts were presented by Mr. and Mrs. kazoos, horns, and a washboard,
The guest book table was covered the refrigeration business and owned Henry Stefanelli Diana Phillips, An- besides singing and a variety of danc-
with a white Army-Navy cloth over the Olson Refrigeration Store on S. dy Nguyen and Tina Perninl. Francis ing. These talented ladies perform an
white net and held an arrangement of Walnut street, now out of business,, / Meng served as Lector. Ushers were average of once a week and give all
white and yellow pompoms. and where the couple are now' Charles Schaeffer and Tom Allen.An- donations to worthwhile charities.
Presiding at the table at intervals residing. toinette Coss was the organists for the
were Mrs. Alice Barron, Mrs. Cleo Approximately 175 guests called,, Mass and was accompanied by Tony
Moseley and Mrs. Boots Green. between the reception hours.three'to' / Anderson with his guitar and Becky
Guests were given memento scrolls five o'clock. Those from out-of-town" I Anderson with the tambourine
inscribed with a beautiful poem and were Mr.and Mrs. Walter R. Lilley of The Altar flowers were provided by Altar Society Meets
secured with a golden wedding band. West Frankfort, III.. Mrs. Golda the Catholic Youth organization. The Carol Ashline, president, presidedat
Greeters at the door at intervals were Wanura of .Mounds( III., Miss Ruby Altar banner was hand made by the meeting of St. Edward's Altar
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire, Dr. Lilley of Paducah, Ky., Mrs. Pat sAs 4'kt k Kathy Pernini and depicted the Society held in the parish hall October
and Mrs. H.H. Adams and Mr. and Wright of Sarasota, Samuel Miller Church and Blessed Mother Shrine. 6th. Ruth Meng and Sallye Scoggins
Mrs. Olin White. Mr. and Mrs. Olson Mrs. Charlotte Miller and son anI had altar care during September.
were in the receiving line. Miss Norma Canova of Jacksonville,. Covered Dish Dinner Betty Dazinskl and Dolores Meng are
At points of interest in the hall were Mrs. Marcia Miller Webb of Atlanta, i T.1 Sunday afternoon a covered dish doing this work in October.
of and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sikes and family,
arrangements white yellow dinner was held in the Parish Hall in Members were informed about the
chrysanthemums and pompoms.The Clewiston, Beatrice Timmons, celebration of St. Edward's 40th An- upcoming meeting of the Gainesville
cake table was covered with a Melrose, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins niversary.The Deanery to be held Oct. 22 at St.
white lace cloth over white net and and family Tampa' Mr. an Mrs. 64' v pastor Father Rooney, Mary's Macclenny when Mrs.Allen
was centered with a beautiful three George Wakefield and family, m welcomed parishioners and guests, Hoffenberg, State Guardian, will be
tiered, pillared wedding cake Hawthorne Mr.and Mrs. Emmett thanking them for their help the guest speaker.
decorated with nosegays of yellow Perryman, Crystal Rive! Mrs. Billie throughout the years. Mrs. Gladys Plans were made for the parish
pompoms, lily-of-the valley and Love and Marion Knuden of Weldon was recognized as the first Christmas Bazaar scheduled for Dec.
baby breath tied with a golden rib- Homosassa Springs, Larry Sikes, parishioner. 4 and 5.Antoinette. .
bon between each pillared layer. En- Mary Ann H. Hansen and Joyce y Among former pastors attendingthe Stefanelli volunteered as
circling the cake was a garland of ivy 'Thompson, Gainesville and Florence qqt Celebration were Reverend Altar Society Historian.
interspersed with yellow pompomsand Hall of Fort Myers. Father James Cregan of Tallahassee, Wilmajean Terry and MaryAnn
baby's breath and the cake was and Rev. Patrick Foley of Williston. McCampbell were welcomed as
topped with a bride and groom intermingled Other guests included Father James guests at the meeting.A .
with lily-of-the valley and First Christian Youth O'Neal, a former parishioner, and variety of desserts and snacks
baby's breath and the figure "50th". Kick Off 1981.82 now assistant pastor of St. Patrick'sIn were served with coffee following the
Cutting the cake were Miss Ruby ':
Youth t "r Gainesville, Father Edward Boothof meeting.
Lilley of Paducah Ky., Mrs. Golda ProgramThe Live Oak and Father Anthony
Wanura of Mounds, 111., sisters of First Christian Church Youthof Sebra of Flagler Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Walter Lilley of Starke kicked off their 1981-82 u- Ogden Bates of Jacksonville were
West Frankfurt, 111., sister-in-law of Youth Program with a "Fun-Out" on among former parishioners in atten-
Mrs. Olson, and Mrs. Paul Hawkins.The Sunday afternoon. dance. Lasagna Luncheon
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punch tables were centered Outdoor games were enjoyed by Tables were covered with yellow Friday AtWoman's
with crystal punch bowls encircled both the youth and sponsors, after ,'' r cloths and green streamers with hand Club
with greenery interspersed with pom which they roasted hot dogs and mar- made flowers centering each table.
poms. The tables were covered with shmallows. Walls were decorated with a scroll The public is invited to attend a
white Army-Navy cloths over white Youth Sponsors attending the' commemorating all pastors of St. Ed- lasagna luncheon Friday Oct. 16,
net. The punch cups were edged in outing were Jim Faulkner, Carolynand ward's. A large wall collage of parish from 11:30-1:30 at the Starke
gold. Warren Carver, Becky and Fred pictures and memorabilia decorated Woman's Club. Plates are $1.50 each
Pouring punch at intervals were Dobbins, Martha and DeRitch Green, with the number '40' brought back with 50* extra for dessert.
Mrs. H.M. Richarde, Mrs. Jack and Debbie and Steve Wright. many fond memories. Decorationswere Take out orders will be available.
Eaves, Mrs i Jay' Carver and Mrs. A brief meeting was also held done by Anne and Donna Tickets may be obtained from club
Robert Green. .outlining the program for the coming Samons. members or at the door.
Mrs. George Huggins was in chargeof year which will Include Bible Study

hostesses the reception: Mrs. Herbert and had Ritch as ,floor-Mrs. Nights.field trips All area, and youth Family are welcome Church to J :.-.. .-

'O.L. Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Jack Trawick, attend next Sunday, at 7 pm at the '
Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. L.C. Early, First Christian Church.. t4 : Winter Fashions :
''Mrs. Jim Ritch, Mrs. John Miller,
'Mrs.: Eddie Douglas, Mrs. Charles

'Lou''Darby Shaw, Mrs., Mrs.Randy Don Johns Hardenbrook, Mrs. Betty, BHS Class of 1939 Summer Clearance Sale .

'Miss Dodie McRae, Miss Julie Planning Mtg. Set ,'I ......_. : at
sat :
Hawkins, Misses Vicki and Kelly
class of Brad-
The 1939 graduating Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson
'Bert Carver,Robinson Mrs. Dewayne, Mrs.McRae Ruby, Mrs.Mae ford High School will hold a planning ........... encoreENCORE ....
meeting Saturday,Oct 24,at 6:30 p.m. I
'Fisher"", Mrs.rt"CfrTebra'feii'SeventrY saran Bob 1"ftI1I1 Ferguson I V"t, and", rf1M71f Mrs.'," intheeaternSteea'. ;dteakh4use.k1Starke. \ ,Weeks, tJJ). nth }.i.qs- ..rag ram 'On Sidney Lanier .

sbPi60p14P',," I\t ',1.,",'fl.Ataalb' ..,1 001 tianyvo0',. ,,'J:' ; ,&Anyone. with.any information.:Jmax: a about! fI fWJ: ? grt $t !t.; M iU(' i.I: ieJ'11\ !\'I.J.w..J< \cJ.idne .I 121 N. Tamilian.CONSItNMMT' 0'M SM".:4at."I""' *If' .*;t' 1 89'1US/1/ ttbtte! **embers, please attendor oche ;1lJf1t a'Mltfr.Jof.Hfle! "!p"\"t\ ,'. r.l; rtt, I' ? ._ I... f.*. '00 _J!1QI I ,*% <;/>" > ,a
call Inez Rosier Brice, 7823377. ----"--' -
Birthday Weeks chapter, ,U.D.C meeting
Wednesday, Oct. 7, which met at the
Brooke Watson celebrated her Western Steer Steak House. '
Seventh birthday Friday, Oct. 9, at DHS Class Mrs. Sanders gave a background
her home in Country Club Estates at a Reunion PlannedAll history 6f the Lanier family and read
party for 22 invited guests. two of his poems.
The guests enjoyed games, cake President Mrs. Herbert Thomas flTTTh.
and Ice cream during the party hours. 1976 BHS graduates who can at- presided over the meeting and a
tend the five year class reunion Nov. prayer of remembrance for Florence
;'U. 6 28 please write to Lewis Cooper at Rt. Canova Flynn, a life time member,
Bradford 6 Homemaleer.stHceV8f 4, Box 1028, Starke. or call Susan was given by the 17 members present.

964-7787. Hostesses for the afternoon were
;Coupon Program .

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.vl'Che.Alpha'DeHa'Kappa sorority ot Is New To Our Staff
thei.AlpbaoGamma chapten had a .i
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Founders, fDay,program fltttheicnMBtlng ,eU n

-< Monday Church, OctjS.fltStjMark'aEpii4Ctipal Parish Hal ac-s !ih Speaking English French Spanish & Portuguese

: The program was done by Mrs!'Eddie ,
Joyce Sexton and.presented by I\J
Mrs. Lucille Payne. .aLi A artib t9tuov
Mrs. Eunice Searing Mrs.t.Lueile NUde Specializes in:
Johns and Mrs. Gladys Thomas'wer" urt _
.t'r v Pedicures ingrown toenails and
hostesses. 'n'1': 81ff calouses.
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7j/'p cO Facials: Massages cream; pack & make-up.

Strawberry Swingers' >* Manicures .

',: Have Reunion-D4ince J .' I.,I'rr.'' ; Styling of Long and Short Hair (Men & Women)

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The Strawberry Swingers had a
reunion of all former members and ., blUOllrAi
new graduate swinger students and \ covered dish dinner last Thursday -- ---- &qm SIno

night Jerry at the Barrett Masonic of Jacksonville Hall. was --- '' :.': :;. ;!1"" Call For Appointment

the caller for the five squares. The Employee of the 'Month. ,


Today!

Moose Women This month we recognize Vorease Jones for the

Announce Carnival month of October. Vorease was chosen by fellow staff

WinnersThe' members for. her outstanding performance In her
would like
Women of the Moose
to thank all the people who helped assigned job ,and her ability to get along with others.

make Hospital their Carnival booth a success at the Bradford and wishto She began work at the ban 1: i!f/iMdJch( \!?/$ .and $ji the :

congratulate the following winners Head Telle!. ,
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of their raffle: "
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1)) Mrs.Clyde Tomlinson.Starke. 2) ,
Mrs. Grace Dowdy,,Lawtey. 3)),Mrs, ,i MNfJ1'.;' ". ". 'JC', I .
iRuby Bowen, Starke. 504 W.. Call St. Starke ,
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There were 7,021 tJeansin the Bean n riia Bank' Starka
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.Jar and, the winner was Mrs a :. .
Margaret .Johnson,, of Starkev who Clark at Jtf.non Slr..t. Stark. FL 32091 ((904)),964-7050 964-8431
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guessed 7,585. ., .t..... r'o'
The Moose Women will meet M.mb.r ruk.. ".

-tonight.Oct. L1S. at 7:30: p.m. at the. .- P' __. .- -____ '_'__' .. --
Moose Lodge on Griffis Loop.. ,
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I 1ft} < !iQ\; ,ft r.'It f p J1 1 !4ffl 9nJ fi S 1tr: 1. Y Wi l l' Barney McRaa has returned after Mr. and Mrs.. Rex Anderson Sr.

I ufjt., f In:! Ke; ttJ r ,,1 ft"; !!I' 9 1' tqu ,. ; two,week*:'Visit with his son- -law,' 'Homestead spent Thursday vising to their Sunday son anddau&hterin1awi in
and Mr.and Mrs. Ira Wells'
., ', ., ,..t ,: BIRTHS i ii daughter. \ Airman and Mrs.
,trt1'FliIfas1tl* ii6\'tich\ i ofttiake j-; : ,. iI I iI witch her Breeze.father nd spent the returned. first of Rex Anderson,Jr. and baby son.

Butler was the,setting for the marriage I the week visiting "relatives.,
Mr. and Mrs.Tom Casey
oR,MlsiilJanfce, Diannft\Wiggs were in
and Monroe, fireW Clemmons Fridayevening .1 f Mr.and Mrs.. Homer Sterns and Mr. Live Oak Saturday night to attend a
;.!.'Atfgusf J3, 7:30: pmz The; i and :Mrs. Tullie Norman were in family dinner at the home of Mr. and
I ceremony>was performed *';Dana Elizabeth Milner r Orlando Friday visiting relatives and Mrs. J.W. Thomas.
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by \!lvln(Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Milner, Jr. Saturday and Sunday in'' Haines City '
The bride Is the daughter of Mr and !>Starke announce the birth of a visiting Mr. and Mrs. Obie Dobbs.' Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish spent
Mrs.Joseph Wiggs of Lake Butler and daughter Dana Elizabeth born Oct. Thursday Saturday in North
the groom's parents are Mrs. Mary 13 in Alachua General Hospital. She Mr.; and Mrs. B.J. Eggers visited Mr. Augustus, S.C. visiting Mr and Mrs.
Clemmons of Providence and Clyde Joins a brother West, three years old. ,: and Mrs. John Eggers and family in W.R. Royster Jr. and attended the
Clemmons of Jacksonville.A Maternal grandparents are Mr, and i Jacksonville on Sunday. wedding of their nephew,
candlelight cermony was carriedout Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starke.Mater- i 11\\ Royster to a Marian Anderson BUll
among two large standing baskets f, nal great grandmother is Mrs. G.E. StumpsDepartment day night.
of white gladiolus and white daisies f, McGauley of Palatka. Paternal Store
and large white mums with a touch of grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.. R.W,' Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mrs.
yellow. Large palms added greeneryto l Milner, Sr. of Tallahassee. ,..' rodtordSquoroOpen Franklin Weisgerber attended the
the arch of standing candles A e'l 'tw Sunday UDC state meeting in Tallahassee
large unity candle was placed before r Edward Roy Kolosky Coleman 1.6 p.m. Monday to Wednesday.
the kneeling bench and was lit by the .i7 1J }ice Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kolosky of Starke Becky
bride and groom after the marriagevows. announce the birth of a son, Edward Mr: and Mrs. John Williams and
a ; Roy, born Oct. 8. Becky Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson of son, John of Titusville were weekend
Nuptial music was provided by Kenny Thomassen Starke and Mr.and Mrs. Roger Jonesof guests of his mother, Mrs. Mack

Miss Celeste Beasley, Duane Archer Did You Know........... Hampton were in Chattanooga, Williams and M.B. Keaton of
and Miss Mary Annette Shadd. Engagement Told Tenn. Saturday to Thursday of last Waycross was Sunday visitor.
The bride was given in marrige by Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Coleman of week attending the Southwide Baptist
her father and Wore a very full floor 5 r, Mzrr Mrs. Oler Crosby and children of ,Starke announce the engagement and Fellowship at Highland Park Baptist StumpsDepartment
length gown of chantilly lace. The Fort Myers are spending two weeks approaching marriage of their Church. They also visited Mr. and Store
skirt of the dress was six tiers of lace with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rick Jackson while there. Mrs
daughter, Becky Lynn, to Kenny
that fitted tight at the waist and fell George Huggins while Mr, Crosby is Thomassen of Starke, son of Mr. and H.E. Smith of Williston stayed with Bradford Square
into a chapel length train. The out of town on business. Mrs. Hans Thomassen of Corrigan, the Jackson children during their Open Sunday
neckline was scooped and sprinkledwith Texas. absence. 1.6 p.m.
seed pearls in front and cut into a Stumps The wedding will be an event of
deep V in the back. Long sleeves of Department Store Nov. 27 in the Morgan Road Baptist Mr and Mrs. L.C. Early spent Douglas Seymour of Miami spent
lace ending tight at the wrist also had Bradford Square Church, Starke. Thursday to Monday of last week the weekend with his parents Mr.and
seed pearls. The bride wore a finger. Miss Coleman and Mr. Thomassenare vacationing at Vogel State Park in Mrs. J.D. Seymour and Hallie
tip illusion veil with scalloped lace to Open Sunday both 1980 gradutes of Bradford Blairsville, Ga. Seymour of Gainesville joined the
match her dress. This was held in 1-6 p.m. High School. Miss Coleman Is family on Sunday.
place by a headpiece made of lace Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland and Mr. employed at Winn-Dixie and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart of
and pearls. She carried a silk bouquetof ryR f and Mrs. William Carter spent Sun Thomassen is presently employed at Trenton and Mrs. Gladys Dean of Kevin Hutson returhed Wednesday
yellow roses with white daisies and :I ,1 l r I, $ day at Cedar Keys. Florida State Prison.Did Suwannee were Sunday guests of Mr of last week after three months visit
pale purple and pink forgetmenots.Her and Mrs. C.L. Cooper with his uncle and family, Mr., and
jewelry was a single strand of Mrs. Norwood Swearingen and
Keith Gillmgham Jr. was a medical .........
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pearls. patient in Baptist Memorial Hospital You Know. Mrs. J.H. Dennis spent Friday and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Swear-
Miss Deneen Clyatt was maid of t last Monday to Saturday.Mrs. Saturday with her daughter and family ingen and family in Pueblo. Colo. The
honor and Diane Clemons Parrish Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill of In- Mr.and Mrs.Willie Chesser at Salt Jerry Swearingens brought Kevin
served as matron of honor. Renae jJr111 J.G. Sims and children of St. dialantic were weekend guests of Mr. Springs. home and are guests of Mr and Mrs.
Johnson Allen,cousin of the bride was and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief. t}.L. Hutson until Sunday.
,..,..- :'.--" Marys, Ga visited her mother, Mrs. ;
bridesmaid, along with Pam .-... t.'. ..+..... ) Earl Searing on Saturday. Off wlAd thru Oat
Whitehead and Monete Dobbs Shaw. Jerry Moran of Savannah Ga. was :. _
They wore mint green long gowns Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Clemmon Mrs. W.R. Royster and daughter home Sunday and Monday and left ?i'5i: : ,, f. : *

with sheer capelet that hung freely Sue of North Augusta, S.C. and Tuesday for Orlando to attend a Hyett i -
from the shoulders. The bridesmaids 4ft Protect Your Pipes
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daughter Mrs. Gary Worthy and Hotel staff meeting.
carried white lace fans that were candleabra arrangements of white x "J .O.1, from freezing this winter .
daughter of Hurst, Texas were Satur :t: ,, t .
decorated with silk yellow rose buds, and yellow daisies. Mrs. Adelaide of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.H. Thomson Thursday I tt
day to Monday guests spent $ Sewer & Drain Cleaning
white daisies and touch of pink- Saunders and Mrs. Ramona Dobbs ili
in
Drew Reddish.Mr. to Tuesday Tallahassee and at- ,
Hot Water
lavender forget-me-nots. served the wedding cake. Ofl t' Heaters
tended the of
wedding a nephew on .
Becca Newland, daughter of Mr. The punch was served from a round and Mrs. Lee McDuffie and Saturday and visiting friends in Mon- id i j: Repaired & Installed b... 8
and Mrs. Newland of Palatka table with floor cloth and
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Randy length son, Hec, had as their guests this past ticello. eft Minor Pump Repairs :
served flower She decorated with and 964-6523
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weekend, Mrs. McDuffie's mother, v
white dress that trimmed in lace and white daisies. served Iron & Rust Removal ;
was It was by
Jackie Holtzclaw of Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. J.E Hardy visited Fuss Estimate. .
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and mint green ribbons. She carried a Mrs. Melane Griffis and Miss t Filters InstalledPlumbing s-.u
and her brother and family, Mr. and Bob Wilson in Tampa last Wednesdayand t
lace flower basket decorated with Elizabeth Griffis. Miss Paula Rucker y .
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Mrs. Barry Crooms and son, Russell, Thursday. _
yellow and white ribbons. served the groom's cake.A of Tampa. ;y;, ,,%::?&$ :}'rt, :;:: & Repair Specialty .v:r y?.r. 1?.
Mr. Clemmons served as best man serving table decorated in yellow
for his son. Ushers were Benny and white floral arrangements held .
Richardson, cousin of the groom, finger foods, sandwiches, cheeses,
David Clemons, uncle of the groom nuts and meat slices. This table was
and Wayne Woods of Starke. The ring served by Mrs. Nancy Clyatt of Providence ______ -
bearer was Master Billy Fink, son of and Mrs. Sue Barrow,aunt of --
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Fink of Lake the bride. -
Butler. Bird seed bags done in pale yellow rI
A reception was held following the and green were passed by Miss Sissy
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The bride's table was overlaid witha Dianne and Monroe enjoyed a
white floor length cloth of organza honeymoon trip to St. Augustine, as
and lace. It held a three tiered wed-- well as some of Florida's nicest
ding cake decorated with yellow roses beaches.
and topped with a bride and groom. The couple is now residing in the
At each end of the table were silver Providence area. I PLUS thestrength i


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Mrs. Mildred Cheatham of Colum- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Jr.
bia, Tenn. is visiting her son and and son of Jacksonville were weekend
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack, visitors of his parents, the senior
this week. Palmers at Kingsley Lake.
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Mrs. Marcia Welch and family of Mr. and Mrs. Walter R Lilley of I '
Savannah Ga. spent the weekend West Frankfort, 111., Mrs. Golda 4 ---.waf ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of Olson and attended the Olson's 50th Na '4 t I
Jacksonville were Sunday guests of wedding anniversary reception on 1 j&cfldOI *
Mr. and Mrs.,Robbie. Shaller. Sunday.

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Department Store weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. I L-7' ;
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InedfordSquar. Lester Crews and visited friends ,

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Mrs M.R Judd of Stark<< and t... -t.- .: ,.. |md Loansbut in theses the > by ,
sister,Mrs.Tom Herndon of Valdostaare Squar tiq : tederafftuent.r 9
sight-seeing this. week. in the Open Sunday '. : you can'tfeelbe t too careful. i sl'...
Smoky Mountains. At r dpi'! ink.. we about our Roll over your 4-month CD penatty frefe;

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Up to $2.000 tax-free income on d joint is backed by thte't tour investment'
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31, 1982 and add two years been serving Florida for: nearly a
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,[ '-"-' your Check the chart below to' see just how

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT known to be dead :or award contract" Plan, Specifications\ hPUBLIC NOTICE: t k nEostu; ,\ the'city of thane run Northerly" Each and evervp.rson' ,' ., again* you" and you are
or re-
a 1 required to
'' serve a
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. '? ,1 &tor .. State Road right' haying' an, Int.r... copy
Bradford along
olive, married. ) divorced 'advertise. whichevermay and other Contract ':, :c. The '* DFORD County. : of ," written defenses,
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN single/ or remarried and be In It* best Interest. Document 'are on file COUNTY | 0 !!SCHOOl t.'" r.1; flda. and being more of.way 650 feet. thencerun whatever In the special If any your to It, on the plain-
AND FOR BRADFORD ..V. / described West 354.3 feet, exception should appear
his respective unknown i and may be examined at BOARD Stork, Florida, particularly as 'tiff's whose
COUNTY I spouse, heirs, devisees, ThIs protect I I. to be the office of the City will hold a Public Hearing follows: thence run South 80 feet, and be hoard at the time name attorney and address Is

CIVIL ACTION grantee, assigns, financed totally by a Clerk./ Starke. Florida on the follpwlng For point of reference: thence run East 334.3 Ind'place dlttscrlbed.I PIERCE AND HARDY.

Cot. No (1306FLORIDA lienar. creditor., Federal grant from the' and at the office of Ba- PROPOSED 'SCHOOL r 4 commence ,at the NW feat to State Road right- George W. Robert P.A.. Dudley P. Hardy,

BANK AT trustee' or' other Department of Hauling' sent. Hammock 8Ruckman ,BOARD (:.1 POUCIES '" 0 corner of sold-SE 1/4 of of-way thence along .. Chairman, P.O. Drawer 1030
STARKE a banking cor SE '1/4 and thence right-of-way North 80 _amt of Adjustment
claimant run
by, through and Urban Development Inc.. Consulting -AND/OR JdANGESA In, Starke, Florida 32091:
poratlon. South 87 ,18 feet feat being a strip 80 foot ".L. Crosby Jr..
under or against said and shall be referred to and Design present policies, 'ten, Oc.toberl,1$81ot7p.'n. degrees and file the original with
Plaintiff Defendant and all/ ..* HUD Protect No. Engineers 2000 Cor. ., 'I I, >: East along tha Northerly wide off North side of SecretaryIN the clerk of the above
VIROBERT unknown parties School' Bbard" .boundarythereof, a aid above-described
having B-81-DN-I2-0316.: porata Square /In the styled court on or before
HUGH EDEN- or claiming to have any Bidders must comply Boulevard/ Jacksonville, Room of the Bradford distance of 25.04 feet to property situate In Section November 13, 1981.
FIELD and EFFIE title the / boundary of 7. Township 7 South, THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
right. or Interest In with the President' Executtve Florida 32216. Plan and County School' Administration Easterly otherwise
judgementmay
BEATRICE EDENFIELD, hi.wlf. the property described In Order No. 11246 Specification may be Offices,. 582 the right-of-way of Ep Range 22 East save and THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL be entered a against

.. the Complaint to and 11364 which prohibit purchased from ....ent. N. Temple Avenue. ,person Street; run excepting therefrom 301 CIRCUIT 0 IN AND FOR you for the relief

Defendant Foreclose Mortgage discrimination In Hammock Ruckman Sta,.., Fla:! thence South 0 degrees road rightofway.at BRADFORD COUNTY. demanded in the complaint
NOTICE OF SUIT YOU ARE HEREBY employment/ regarding Inc., for the sum of 30 feet East along/ sold FLORIDA

PROPERTYTO notified that cult has race creed color. sex or $30.00 per ..t. non. No.-..4511.2 Deletionof / '. Easterly/ boundary a public sale, to the CASE NO. 81.448OLAMAEROWE. WITNESS or petition.hand and

: Robert Hugh Ed.n. been filed against you In national origin par refundable. t District Maternity distance of 335 feet to highest bidder for cash the seal of my said Court on

field and Efflo Beatrice the above-styled cause Federal requirements. CITY COUNCIL OF Leave Policy.No. point of beginning. From at the front door of the October 13th 1981.GILBERTS .

Edenfietd, I35O S. Tread-. and you are required to Bidder must comply 4311.3 I District In. point of beginning thus Bradford County Courthouse Plaintiff BROWN
way. No 37. Abilene. file with THECITY described continue South In Starke. Floridaat v*
your answer the with the Title VI of the OF STARKE .tructl nol EmployeeSick Clerk of Said Court
Texas. 79602. Clerk of this Court and to Civil Rights Act of 1964. FLORIDA Leave Policy Change 0 degrees 30 feet East a 11 am. on the 22nd LAWTEY TURPENTINECO. By. Marlon McRo.

YOU ARE HEREBY serve a copy thereon the David-Bacon Act. 9/24 4tchg 10/15 No.' 4313 District Un. distance of 75 feet to a day of October. 1981. AND Clerk/

NOTIFIED that an action upon JAMES N. DAVIS. and the Anti-Kickback paid Leave for Child point; run thence North' Gilbert A. Brown T.B. HAMBY. ET Al 10/15 tchg Deputy 11/03

to Mortgage: Foreclosure ESQUIRE, 428 N. Peninsula Act and the Contract NOTICE OF ACTION Rearing ; 89 degrees 30 feet East a Clerk of Sold Court Defendants
I
the following property In Drive Daytona Work Hours Standards 'BEFORE THE FLORIDA No.5012 District distance of 97.21 feet to By Beulah Moody NOTICE OF ACTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,

Bradford County, Beach Florida 32018. BOARD OF NURSING. Employment Policy a point; run thence North Deputy Clerk : LAWTEY TURPEN.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR.
Florida/ : Attorney for Plaintiff. Act.This project I I. subject In The license to Change 1 degree 10 feat West a 10/08 2 tchg, 10/15 TINE CO. and. T.B. HAM. IN
re: CUlT OF FLORIDA
Th. N 1/2 of the follow not lour than November to the requirements of of No.5312 District Non- distance of 75.01 feet to BY, If alive, and If dead
practice Nursing : AND FOR BRADFORD
ing described property: 3. 1981. If you fall to do Section 3 of the Housingand Danette Wilkin. 2110 Instructional Employee a point: run thence South NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO their unknown spouse, COUNTY.

A parcel of land containing so. a default may be Urban DevelopmentAct Ralford Rd., Starka, Sick leave Policy Change 89 degrees 30 feet Westa REGISTER heir*. devisees, CIVIL ACTION

1.0 ocr.., more ofI."ond entered against you for of 1968 a*amended, Florida. No.6220District: Pro- distance of 96.33 feetto FICTITIOUS NAME grantee, creditor and CASE NO. 81-451
; lying In the NW the relief of all/ other parties claiming
demanded In 12 U.S.C. 170u. which requires Casa No. 0016491. ''cedure Exceptional point beginning
IN RE The of
: Marriage
114 of NE 1/4 of Section the Complaint. This suit that .Student Education Pursuant to Section by through under or
of
opportunitiesfor The
27., Township 6 South. I I. to foreclose a mortgage. training and employment Professional Department Regulationhas / No. 8100 District and it further appearing B65.O9 Florida Statutes. against them: successorsIn GEORGE C. LIVESAY.
Husband
22 East Bradford The the Defendants NormanC. notice is hereby given Interest, trustees or
Range real l property be given 'lower Income filed an administrative Policy on NonDiscrimination .
County Florida. sold proceeded against is: residents of the Dague and Jacqueline that the undersIgned any other person claim. v*

parcel being more particularly Commencing at the NE project area that are a complaint copy of which againstyou maybe No. 8200;- District Procedures N. Vogue, his wife, can Art "Doc" Miller. Rout Ing by, through under or MILDRED C. IIVESAY

/ described at corner of NW 1/4 of NW qualified to the task required obtained by contacting for'' Handling not be served within the 4, Box 1487 Slarke. against any corporationor Wife.NOTICE OF SUIT

follow: 1/4 and thence run West for this project. Assistant General Complaints of Slate of Florida that It Is Florida 32091 sole/ other legal entity NO PROPERTY

Commence ot the NW 293 1/3 yards for a starting The requirement are Counsel William Furlow Discrimination not practicable to serve* owner doing busInessunder named as a defendant;
of told NW 1/4 of and the firm name of and all claimants, TO: GEORGE C.
corner point thence run stated In the Informationfor 130 N. Monroe St., them personally; persons IIVESAY c/o RAYMOND
NE 1/4 and run North 89 South 660 yards thencerun Bidder section of th. Tallahassee Florida Copies of the above that they have not voluntarily Ashmor Publisher. or parties, naturalor FABRICATOR., INC. P.O.

I degrees 41'30"' East West 146 2/3 yards specifications. 32301. (904) 4880062. Proposed Board Policies appeared herein; It Woodland Acres, Route corporate claiming
BOX 2726 MORGAN CI.
4, Box 1487 Stark,
of the above
along the Northerly thence run North 660 Bidders Is therefore under any
must certify If no contact Is made and/or changes in present TY. LOUISIANA 70380
Intend
boundary thereof, 57.0 yard., ,thence run East that they do not and will by you concerning the policies. may be obtained ORDERED AS Florida 32091 toregister tamed or described YOU ARE HEREBY
said fictitious
feet, thence Southerly 146 2/3 yards to the not maintain or providefor above by October 29, from the FOLLOWS: "defendants. NOTIFIED that action
1 18.67 feet to a concrete place ol beginning. Sec. Defeandants name under the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
their employee any 1981, the matter of the Superintendent Offices 1. The aforesaid for Dissolution/ of Marriage .
monument located at the lion 1. Township 6 South, facilities that or. administrative complaintwill at 582 North Temple Norman C. Vogue and .tatute.Dat.d In action to Quiet Titleon / has been filedagainst
this
Intersection of the South Range 20 East. ALSO: NE segregated) on a basis of be presented at the Avenue Starke, Flo. Jacqueline N. Dague, his 15th day of the following described and

and East right of way line 1/4 of NE 1/4 ...c.ptthat race color. creed or national ensuing meeting of the This Is In compliancewith wife, shall appear in this October A.D.. 1981 In property In Bradford you you or.
Bradford required to
serve a
of a county graded road portion lying North and origin per Federal Board of Nursing In on Florida .Statutes, cause and plead to the 10/15 County.11/05 County. Florida: of written defense copy
th.nc. South 0 degrees West of New Section 4tpd your
River. requirement. Informal proceeding. Chapter 73-310 as complaint filed herein on
08' West along said 2, Township 6 South The Bid Proposal shall 9/244tchg 10/15. enacted by the. 1974 :>>>r before November 16 The East half of Lot 45. if tiff's any to it, on the whosename plain.

Easterly right of Range 20 East contain be made default WOODLAWN. Section attorney
way ; In triplicate on Florida legislature.' 1981 ; or in
and address
in.. 202,13 feet to the ing In the aggregate 58 a Proposal form furnished UNITED STATES Thomas I. Casey, Jr.. thereof the Court shall CALL FOR BIDS IS Township 5 South, PIERCE AND HARDY.is

point of beginning. From acre more or less. by the Own.r, and DISTRICT COURT. MIDDLE Superintendent of proceed to Judgment In Rang. :22 East all lying
.
SEALED BIDS WILL BE P.A.. Dudley P. Hardy.
point of beginning thus WITNESS my hand and submitted to the City of DISTRICT OF Schools this cause to the extent and being in Bradford/
RECEIVED BY THE CITY P.O. Drawer 1030
described contlnu. South seal of said Court at Starke, Florida In a sealed I. FLORIDA JACKSON. 10/8 2tchg 10/15 provided for by Section COMMISSION OF THE Cl- County Florida Stark. Florida 32091.:
0 degrees 08' West along Stork. Bradford County, / United
envelope. marked VILLE DIVISION. 1655. Title 29,
with
and file the
said Easterly right of way Florida the 24th day of "Proposal for CDBG FY Court No. eO-988-Cfv- Notice Under States Code,, as if said rv Of STARKE. FLORIDA. has been filed againstyou original
the clerk of the above
the Hall
line 218.0 thence Fictitious Name at City In Stork. and are requiredto
feet Sept.. 1981. 81 Program" J-WC. Defendants had been you
South 89 degrees 52' East Gilbert A. Brown Proposal shall b* UNITED STATES OF Statute served with process Florida until 7 p.m. on servo a copy of your styled/ court on or before
13 1981otherwise
November
200.0 feet to the Westerly CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT delivered to City Hall. AMERICA. Plaintiff vs.. Notice Is hereby given within the State of Tuesday. October 20. written defenses If any, :

right,of way line of a COURTBy Starke, Florida 32091. BENNIE J. JONES, SR. that the 'undersigned Florida./ 1981. at which lima and to it on WOIBERT. SAX. be entered a judgementmay

grod.d road. thence Beuloh/ Moody either' by'a representative and ELIZABETH V. pursuant 'jt. 'to the 2. This order be place be all bids receivedwill ON AND MIDDLETON, for the againstyou relief

North 0 degree 08' East Deputy Clerk/ of the Bidder who JONES his wife Defendant Fictitious Name published In a publicly openedand P.O. BOX 1086. STARKE. demanded In the .
along the said Westerly/ 10/1 4tchg 10/22 shall obtain 'a receipt .. Statute. being Section newspaper of general read aloud on the FLORIDA 32091.: plain. complaint

right of way line, 218.0 therefore, or by NOTICE OF SALE 865.09, Florida Statutes, circulation in Bradford following: tiff's attorney on or WITNESS or petition.hand and
feet thence North 89 mall with will register' with the before/ November 18 and my
registered less
Notice I I. hereby given' County. Florida: not the seal of sold Court
degree 52' West 200.0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF return receipt re- that pursuant to a Final Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn than once each week for Unleaded Gasoline, file the original with the October 13th 1981. on
feet to the Point of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL quested.The Judgment entered on and for Bradford six consecutive weeks approximately' 4O.OOO cl.rk of this Court either'
GILBERT S. BROWN
Beginning' also described CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR proposal shall be September 10. 1981 by County Florida, upon prior to the return date gallons, with minimum before service on plain.tiff' Clerk of Sold Court
Octane of 87 .
a* the N 1/2 of Lot 4, BRADFORD COUNTY accompanied by bid the above entitled Court receipt of proof of herelnabove designated percent.City attorney or Immediately Marian McRoeDeputy

Block 1 of Garden Acres, FLORIDAIN security in on amountnot In the above styled publication of this' DONE AND ORDERED Storage Tank thereafter; By Clerk

an unrecorded plat.Also RE The Marriage of less than five percentof cause, the undersigned notice, the fictitiousname at Jacksonville. Florida Capacity 1.000 gallons.Request otherwise a default will IO/lS4lchgtl/03

: The adjacent RODERICK GEORGE the bid amount. Said United States Marshal or to-wtu t this 25th day of d.llv.ryw..kly. be entered against you

I Western 30 feet whichadlQnLpn HUNSINCER. Husband security shall be In the I any of his duly authoris AMERICAN FUND4 September. 1991.. .. Above for for the relief demanded.

\ the East end...L,_ cwci..__ __._ __. form a certified check.. deputies wilt sell'thei -',.- ING LIMlTEBiieVb/0/.TMe. TSOsanH.:' Black .twelve? month quantities period. a 0 .In complaint or petition. NOTiCE OF INTENTION

of obove described,' 'JO ANNE MUSCARELLA or cashier, check on a.psaekretsluitipncl property situate Brod.:..., MONEY **5B* S 4*'t fi STS Iet"" _",_"1:1:,'fit" st WITNESS. hand and REGISTER
reserving unto I'J\S'NGER.\ wif. :ford County. Florida. "I I E . ..' my '
pro orptote. '
FICTITIOUS
r 29Z "rOO..j '. The City 'of Srorke.,. .she.e.lnlheCoorton NAME
the rat ICth.c.!, jOSjil: NO. ".420. Njbankar,1oIBid!' ; ; Boqcj-M; : ,'J lIcribed! as: V;:.,'..* jundersigneatjs) S Sin ._ 0/08 6tc4 8'/l2'' J" ?reserve, the right to accept October. 1981 Pursuant to Section
;"d3CI. 4IOTICEOFACTtOtI' "She 'Lot business I Inf the City! f.Stark. .
I DENNYHEIGHTS
rig use form provided In the 8.
all 865.09, Florida Statues,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or reject any or GILBERT S. BROWN
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ANNE .. t.
feet for Ingress and TO JO Contract Documents __ ;
executed '
InterestedIn. FOR' BRADFORD COUNTY :,:>>Id.. The effective dot. CLERIC OF THE COURT notice Is hereby given
MUSCARELLA HUNS. the Bidder and Commence at the NW The parties
by
egress FLORIDA will be November I. Beuloh/ MoodyAs that the und.r'lgn.d.SUZANNE ,
By
INGER 71 N.W. 158th a qualified surety corner of the SWK of the ) the obbve-named SIMMONS. 111
CIVIL ACTION Clerk/
has' been' filed againstyou Street Miami. Florida payable to the City ofStorll. SW'of Section 22 business are SOUTHERN CASE NO. 81.345 1981.City of Starke. FloridaBy 10115 4tchg 11/05 Deputy East Washington St..

Robert Hugh Eden- NOTICE IS HEREBY .. Florida. Township 6 South Rang. CALIFORNIA FUNDING YVONNE JESSIE Nell L. Tucker Stark. Florida. 32091,

field and Effie Beatrice GIVEN that a Dissolutionof This Bid security shall 22 East Bradford Coun.ty. INC., General. Partner, THOMAS and City Clerk sole owner doing

Edenf leld and you are required Marriage has been filed serve a* a guaranteethat Florida. and run GENSTAR PACIFIC. lOllS Itch business under the firm
RALPH THOMAS plaintiffs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
to serve copy of and you are required the Bidder will not North 89 and 40 minutes FINANCIAL' CORP name of SECOND TIME

youamajMten defenses.. If to serve a copy of your withdraw from the competition ,East 831.82 feet to a Limited Partner. ,. PUBLIC NOTICE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- AROUND at 417 E.
vs CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
any on the'plolrr/ written objections. if after the openIng point thence run Sc/ulh Dated at Montvare, LYEll andVtDRETTA NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Weldon St. Starke.
MELVIN AND FOR BRADFORD
tiff KJiorny.| {whose,, any on Evelyn D. Sapp of bid. and In the O*. 47 minutes West 25 New Jersey,this .3th., 'dayif-:"' LYEIL his wife. FOR COUNTY. Florida. 32091.: intends to

no nd address IsPierce whose address I I. THREE event the Contract is feet to point of beginn of August.: 1981.SOUTHERN 8-f/t 7i II: "' GEORGE W. MOYE SPECIAL EXCEPTION register said fictitious
.'and CIVIL ACTION
Ge. I. P.O.Starke. RIVERS LEGAL SERVICES awarded to the Bidder ing. Continue South 0*. CAIIFOR- v MOYE. name under the
Box Florida ,.' INC... .309 N.E. First he will within ten (10) 47 minutes West, 173 NIA FUNDING. INC. a> .and Defendants.ELSIE. T. Notice I* hereby given CASE NO. 81-430 aforesaid statute

320 and file the j).h;.,' Street', Gainesville,, day thereafter execute feet to a point thence 'General Partner (8/'by-, NOTICE OF SALE that the Board of Adjust Husbandvs STEPHEN J. EDWARDS Dated this 15th day of

orlg vlth 'triecjerk ofi Florida,! 32601. who 4" the Contract Agreementand North 89'. 40 minutes William' Ft Dacey Presl- NOTICE Is hereby ment. City of Stark. Flo. October A.D 1981 in
the styled Tiort oft PetlMner attorne >. :wfVlfi furnish the required East 60.69 feet.Thence dent. will conduct a hearing at Bradford County.
that, pursuant to LINDA !KAY EDWARDS.
2- Bond and Northeasterly on the arc 9/24 4ch2 10115.UN given 7 In the Commission
or Noycniber: __ _ar "LCCtOb3'v'.I98y Performance ? Final Judgment p.m. City 10/15 4tph 11/05
198 rwl. a |ludlleII. ) ." W'''"'...) //'t.h.' ,. Payment Bond. and in- of a curve 36.11 f..lto the entered In cause Room, City Hall. Wife.NOTICE OF SUIT

m.' by be ..nt.r.I'aga ) "ongr'IG1; !' ith he Clerk of '*liWonce, ,failing which point. thenca: North 0*. CO -"umb.red 81-343. In the Slarke. Fla. on October NO PROPERTYTO \HB \

ou ,for the relief-'* this Court eltner befors the security shall 47 minutes East, 84.99 DIST "tlclary for Brad.Jerd 27, 1981 to consider a request ;
Court Edwards
: lrcuit : Linda Kay : \ OFFICEhrA
d. f In the comtltion. ..service "on. PefltloniM's'"'"!I become the property of feet thence South 89. JA Florida Iilll for a Special Exception Watkins
County CIO Earnest B. ,
,. ; liquidated 40 minutes West, 89.5 to allow auto \ SHOPiiiph \
the
pial ,?? I" 'Attorney, or.Immediately ,City, a. SIOCAS the
W iS my hand and,1',. 1. l thereafter: otherwise damage., feet. Thence North 0*. 47 sell Bradford propertysitsiated sales/ and services In the Sr.. Holly Hill. S.C. ..... .... I
In YOU ARE HEREBY .... ..
the If said Court onIr29 -. "a Dsfaultwill be ent edagaln.t The -Owner reserves minutes East 73 feet J nty. Florida describ- 8-2. Community Commerlcal NOTIFIED that an action .....I.r ''I

Sep 1981. you for the relief (the 'right to require the thence South 89. 40 UNIT ",;r:. Zoning District.on far Dissolution of Marriage (
ilbert S. Brown successful Bidder to file minutes West 2.41 feet that parcel of land '
,demanded inLh.r jtlvu: AMER at the filed : .
hoe been
lloUII!! ...,.......on.- proof of hi. ability to to a point of beginning. "'_ eginning hwest corner of the" described below: _.. -
.
Beulah. Moody WITNESS my Hand and properly finance and execute All lying In Section 22. NORM 0 East half of the SW 1/4 of E and W bound N by
\t Deputy Clerk I'' the the protect Township 6 South. Rang. .JACQUELIN N. DAGUE. Pratt Street and E
Sfal of the Court on SE 1/4 run East 248.6 by Real EStat211S.TEMPLEAVE.
lo/l 110/22! I' fj)4th day of September together.with his record 22 East Bradford County. his wifrf .J_'__ ."it"0 I the West bourt- lake Street (located corner Bryan {

INTENTION *1 *,'l9 Jot Stark. Bradford .. successful' completion Florida. dants.ORDER. line of State RoodJUi31f1rm.rly of Lake and Pratt St),
IF t :"tiJ'nty.' Florida. afr:lmllor project. The at public outcry to the ( ( ). now 200. the property of J.D.
,
ER FICTITIOUS .,3
10 P and best bidder
the highest []3J
/ .' Gilbert L. Brown- Owner reserves right OF SE Odom Jr.FSEfiLTY.
NAt for cash the hour of 81.L
at
.. RK Oil THE rlR"'II' to waive Informalities In puBUCATiONflO 8Q: -
Pur to Sectloni M,',.:: '$ I'!: 1'I bid and to ..raect( I I20O o'clock Noon on US 301 ..
any This '
R T <'j any cause cameyj.bf.-y
86$. Ida Statutes! _jt, ByMorlcmMcRaelDeputy II.JHJI'II or all bid, or to reodverMs -. October 27, 1981 at the heard upon the vSftnetT- 'ERR (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q)
notic ] hereby gIvethat Bradford Courthouse .
Clerk .. Award will be mad County motion of Plaintiff
J underslgnedFRA f fEM. O/ 4tchg 10/22 to the.t, responsibleBidder. at Stark., order for servlc na'-: FAULKNER NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS
\ 1
P.OAffi
VEST. The successful Florida, dated Septemer and
"' publication. 964-8788 ANYTIME
) '
Bo. Braoksville"Flo. the Contract 16. 1981. ,
,CDBG. %FY 81 Programs Bidder to whom peering that this
/ .. 2. sole owner ,I.'i4;; ( Stark. has bean awarded George R. Grosse, has been broughtenforcement ''"'".. MONDAY-fKIOAV' '-5 p.m. SATURDAY 9-12

doin-r-rJness under the &1:1 9"ocido' hall sign the Contract United States Marshal/ : ofagainst ,,'" I Evantags and Sunday by appointmentRalph

f.rm name of H" RitLOCK. : Agreement Performance Middle District of real 364.8088 []J .
.Ij.DS P. ., REALTOR
'964 II.- TenpleJUAvenue :!! tlwa, : M Bond) and Pay- Florida. situated within prE ,on.

Sfarka,. RUfcTJJ2O9I. : r?mpovemen'* ment Bond and other required Robert S. Yerkes. die District of / < t h ,,

: .,intends to reglstesMQ certificates In Assistant United States described as foll_'..... f" ". 'ott LAND

said fictitious ./ I Ni ..."", lIcat. and return Attorney Attorney for i A portion of theSST/1 Nof : Country Club lots-$6.000 to $10.000 REDUCED! 3 ecres
under: th. l $i JTOWOOERS the signed document. Plaintiff. SE 1/4 of Section 29. '221 L...,.... St. Ac..lrom Wishbone just out of city > $5,000. owner financed..

statute, .nOlhl.ii't t.t i within ten (10))day after ...9/24 4tchg 'OIlS.POa 'Township 6 South Range & '"' ..,. OFFICE HOURSi GOOD INVESTMENT' !-SR 230 8'/ acre loaded with

Dated this 2Slh Notice* Is herebyi if..en the date of their receipt. v4.y.FvIday9.5: S.turdsy.12noon pines could/ be 9 let sub/dlvn 12% financing 20 years

Sept: 1981 In Stork..; ). that the City'of Sforke, The successful Bidder cTfl S23.SOO.IAWTIY.

Fla. Florida will racalvasealed shall furnish a separate Office Space for Rent
.
<0/M''. AREA-Apprex. 2% acres $5.000 Apprex. 5
10/01 4tpd bid In the City Performance Bond) and ..
|ONI OF TIll NICER HOMU-Brtcfc veneer. 3 I.. a BA. f.. .
Council Chamber. City Payment Bond each of 4 REA1TY Intel living end dining ream, family. room with llrepl.... ecres $9,000 owner financed.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Hall Starke. Florida. which shall! ba on ( ( double 3/4 -US Ml to RR-Wooded 3 to 20 ames $3.000 per A..
ae .re. aero.ICall
greenhouse are*
,.
(" THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 32091/, until 3 o'clock an amount not ....than ana phor> 064-7700 Street lest. forage -SECLUOCO-10 acres In pines $12.000.12"1. down, 20
CIIIJ.IN: AND FOR the 15th day of October. hundred percent of the A .
Ten
BRADFORD COUNT,"- '1981, for the Construc. Contract amount; and 93'ljl. 9645233JW.lk IV ARIA-V I/a ec,. 3 Ii. I BA. asbestos shingle ye.rat 12%.

fLORlOA lion of the Streets. hall certificate/ ..with LEASE g. $24.800. Term. HOMES

CASE NO. 81:308.CA: Drainage and Water Improvement the Owner,that he has +3 .IE. furnished home: to towit3 .. 1/2 ACRES with" septic and light ...... Between Sterke ,Country privacy with city convenience! 54x24 double/

KEVANIE CORPORA." *. Then, all. obtained and will continue with mall. rental! apt. in.cluded. From*, $19,580.Iefr.nsent [end. lake. .Butler. wide mobile home, 3 I'. 2 baths central haat/elr with
TION d/b/a bids will' ba publicly to carry Workmen' elec. built. In eppllances. specious 1 1/3 acres with plenty

.PAUL T,'COILINS': COM- opened.. read aloud and Compensation In. *3 BR. hem with. 2 acre, Homt)0Bj1Ktown. ONE ACRE. 12x68 mobile homo with" built en and ........ of shade trees..owner flnenced..prlce $26.000.

PANYyf. ,recorded. uraiKO. Owner' Protection edge .. city limits.ACREAGE. :$! .S60. Fenced.18500. Term St. Rd. 237.S .'3 BR, 2 both block with carport end screened porch
.
.Plaintiff/ The above construction /Insurance Public --> *. MAIS SOUTH Of STARKE-12x60 furnished mobile.. ROOM.. CH/A.I leree ....lrl kitchen with plenty ceblnets. nice

VsDEWI?':' will be located In the "and Private liability and cheese '.Reduced I HomW.'betjj: ,,i *:.. ., ..n'Iec .,.'2.DOO. Term.. foe.......'own.r financed, $' .000. .
G. OLIVER AND, Northeast area of the City Property Damage In Acreege,
KATHSRINC V- OLIVER of Stortle.ortdCI./ uranca In adequate amount ,.., road with for *''.'oo., .3 B.. I ....... black homo with fireplace, corner lot.

his wif." MID.FLORIDAPROO"c.TION' This project consist of amount and for ,ttta life I man dawtt payment. 12% \VERSATILE BUSINESS\ LOCATtON-Could have gas pumps owner fInanced. $27,500..

'CREDIT, resurfacing and redlt- of the Contract. : "-t. .4 Sedre.ms-Ce.sh. ,.; Only $21.000,,'. _. .2 ,R frame, corner .let, screened front porch; $22,500.

ASSOCUm lOlHSCARSJjfcfoEN ching one street apprwImatety The Contractor, shall 1 acra, trailer with !lake ........ 29500. BUSINESS .
and 'all' 1310 feat In begin work within tea -, $AYL2S$ HKSHWAY;r.fIoa ((221)))-!-' *cre. ..... .... Term .Tw" lucerne. producing. :properties In downtown. Ideel lorktvestmeiH
*
unknowv>artlet having length and .... "' ..toIlaJtlon day. after the data of *8 or 18 ocr* tract la the '.9lFrenie iAr. *,......!;. .. -11tu....**.*.Owner will tell
: or sepereteand
or de-fining to have myright.tI of, 7.079 L.F., .. wrlttoft C froM the .heart .. Slramterry Ceva- CH/A. 2 lata10O00 ,' : ,'" .
i*; or Interest Ivtshe '.In h fir. main 'In'eluding ., Ow...,' to b.gln worfc: 'eq.' .Si'"f ... ',1/2 IIA ...... ai.fuenished. ..... .......... fktaace.- $4..000 for both.Four .

prftY' described M' ", A. fIre hydrant The time of completion ,.* 'M. acre acraes 'from .Fomriy'H.j l h. c.... Cite acr*. Flnsuclng. be tew current rate*. fanslslied rental! units (could' ba home and 3 rental .

the |*mpl.lnl "; tarnortgogo. :valve and appurtenances. hall ba ISO ;calendar Weld* flea. Kbeel.J22.fOO.. ,*). Prospective" rental Income .,....*.. $450 men.
& Metk.L1POISALI FIVE ACau-a...... with smell pond. LOW DOWN PAY.
far.c This pre, day after the expiratIon U0.000. ,
D. nl*. rX* lect also /Include 0 a an date of the eforenssn- r.o.lilWM8; MINT. 12 percent financing.Apartments. WI WAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All, YOUR REAL
OP ACTIOPTO' / alternate .the additional Honed ten days seske..me ., *4 M.,a Ceoialleta Batfce, .. ..,"' ". '
'er.... NUt.1 :.' ; ,
LOUIS 'installation of,22GO l.P. ..... with a ecresVlW *M *ey C.WtU49.1 ISTATI 4c1..... -.4: ...... .:..o.!S.: .... '. ,". .......,: .' ,1
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CARS N. "OIl. la.b-' '':''-.of '4-Inch fire main hv'eluding .wa ,wlir ba"...,.. ":.....--F1'. .'. '.. .. l,. IUeen'akj $!1al4r473.3088 I Property' < Manegement. Service.fApreisob --'Ah.9fJIII < :v' ,
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rtwdSP,0...., .J'.J'fl.Ir" an* fiN hydrant, farmed" on'propry own--, ', .. fventoosi. P......Colt > ,ewson tefU' 44427."f i .; llllle C. Pearson David Dyei; Heels Weed

valve* and appurtenances. ad by the City of Stark; "" < 'V.mleQdem.Ss&erGll C:;:: :\ ; M.rf eulkiMr-RtAlTORt-te4-SO Brelier/Salesmen 8. .Associate. lter/Selesmeit. ,

32621 Id.e pr- The City or on easements obtained ......94-8476. .. irene L rWkiwr.. RfAlTOR-AlSOaAn-944-im Office Maeer:' "' '...*-'125' .....7454.

sent dr.ss. I. re.ere. the rtght te by me,City' of,Stork.Is ,. I."KeHy, Aseeelet L .t,2ti, 1111' ""II/'II"''' !: zz .tr1.dI.Spry-BROKIR SAIUMAN-944-B42* 944Uttv -
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I Rotary Club's Second Annual Golf Tourney Set for Oct.: 24

The Rotary Club will be hoc ting Its second annual benefits students In Bradford and surrounding countie
Scholarship Golf Tourney on Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Tee-off times will be flexible, golfers choosing their a
fr Starke Golf and, Country Club. foursomes and teeing off to their own liking. Playi
q :; r needing partners to round out a foursome will be acco
The tourney will be played under the Calloway system modated.
and will be an l -holer.Entry fee la$30 with approximately Entry checks should be sent to Rotary Club of Start t
half the fee being returned to golfers via prizes with the P.O. Box 321, Starke, Fla. For further details call J
other half going to the Rotary Scholarship Fund which Womack, 964-5423.



,, M Starke Rec. Department Announces Tennis TourneyThe

Starke Rec.Department will be sponsoring a 1st an- trophies if the number of entries allows it.
.. 4 ... .. .. nM i nual Turkey Tennis Tournament to start later this month All matches leading up to the finals will be set up by tl
..
"' """ ". ,. .'@I.I" .... .,';;'..'M"J.. _" !"<,' .v.... and end with finals in 4 divisions the weekend of Nov. ,players or teams for a convenient time. The finals will I
20-22. set by the Bee. Department with line judges provided.
Entry deadline has been set for Friday,Oct.23 with co
Good Blocking Sure Makes Returning Punts Easier...
The tournament is open to all players with divisions for $5 for singles and $8 per doubles team (meaning $9 p<
The BUS freshman team has burned teams often with that springs those 2 free. men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles and person competing in both singles and doubles) plus bal
kick returning this year. Part of the reason Is because Here Bellamy, left. Is escorted around the corner by a women's doubles. Trophies are guaranteed for the winner provided by the players. Those wishing to enter shoul
returners Robert Bellamy and Antonio Jones have speed wall Including Andy Nguyen (35) and Barry Warren (101} and runnerup in each division with the possibility of more come by the Rec. office in the Old Armory to register.
to burn. Another part Is the blocking by the front walls on a long carry-back of a punt against Baker County.


President's CUD Golf Set For, Country., Club Members

9th Graders Lose 8-7 HeartbreakerBradford All Starke Golf& Country Club members are Invited to Runnerup in both Low Net and Low Gross: $15 gift cer-
participate in the 36-hoIe President's Club Golf Tournament tificate.
I .slated for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 31Nov.. 1 at Plus there will be a$15 gift certificate for the golfer whc
High's freshman Tor- Tornado drives. play as the quarterback improvised the local course. drives nearest the pin on number two for both Saturdayand
nadoes,undefeated and oh so eager to "We put ourselves In a whole and ran into the endzone for the winning There will be a Low Gross competition plus full han- Sunday and a$15 certificate for the longest drive (in
pin a defeat on mighty Gainesville several times," Stevens noted, and points. dicap will be used to determine the net score winner with fairway) of each day. Players are not eligible to win the
High fell just short of that goal Tuesthe last of those costly miscues made When asked who played well prizes being passed out as follows: pin and drive contests on both days.
day afternoon in Gainesville, droppthe difference. A fumble inside the 10 Stevens started a long list and then Winner of both Low Net and Low Gross: both will Entry fee is $10, including dinner. The deadline to enteris
ing a heartbreaking 8-7 loss to the in the fourth quarter set up the'Canes said: "Every one of them who played receive a trophy and Fly gift certificate for the Pro Shop. Saturday,Oct. 24,with forms available at the Pro Shop.
Purple Hurricane 9th graders that for a touchdown. They went for 2 to did a good lob, they all played good
left the BHS boys 2-1 heading into a win the game and got it on a busted ballgames.
home game with Clay High Tuesday
night,Oct.20,at BHS((7 p.m.kickoff)
Fumbleitis was the only thing keep
ing the frosh Tornadoes from pulling You're going to like
off the victory said Coach Ricl
Stevens. "We just made too man Y
mistakes," said Stevens, who was '
disappointed not in the boys but foi our Pharmacy.
them. "They played 'em tough and
did a real good job. The breaks just t Eckerd Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals who are going to
went against us but these guys have make sure you are completely satisfied They take continuing education '
nothing to hang there heads about. I courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments In
thought we were the better ballclub." drugs.They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts
Bradford pushed all the way with and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you
the opening kickoff, Oliver Tyson .: time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!
plunging over from about a yard out
and John David Francis kicking the
conversion to make it 7-0 BHS but -
from that point on fumbles stifled the JJJffilAvffViCKS -
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Late Score I Person naPERSONNA t to esa.

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To VictoryTurning Relieves distress of -. _.- POTATO CMimB\.
... ...
colds Limit 1 J w\ 1"1.Ao
misfortune into % ._ -.
oppurtunity ==-
the BHS JV's grabbed a last-gasp I f
victory at Middleburg last Thursday,
Oct. 8, to score their second straight
victory. I MISS BRECK PALMOLIVE
RUFFLES
a With under 3 minutes left and the ;n! ;* .''''Ii.
game knotted 14-14 BHS was forced RAZOR BLADES HAIRSPRAY BAR SOAP POTATO CHIPS'. ..,
into a punting situation deep in its II ORALBTOOTHBRUSH
own end. If that fate looked dark % PACK OP 8 : -OUNCE! j 8-OUNCB 2 '
29c 119 65.I1".r1 79i
things got even worse when the long Sale
snap from center was a bouncer to : % SalaPrlced.. ....,.. Sato. Priced......... Priced .....POM
kicker Jimmy Schoening. Schoening a.Nrrt..d .69C1 Stainless steel double edge Aerosol.Choice of 3 types.Limit 1 Economy-elzedeodorant bar'for. Great with dips.l4gi eiis gnnr.bla( ) tlo' 'C
retrieved the ball,thought about kicking III ... blades. Limit 1 the whole family. Limit 2 -'
and then took off turning the Soft bristle.Choice '
miscue into the best unplanned fake types. Limit 3
punt the Baby Tornadoes could hope
for. He went 80 yards for the winning ,.

TD, being escorted in by a group of SUN GIANT, ,, _
blockers led by Martella Moore. SHAMPOO
I RAISINS
.
"It was wild," assistant JV coach SPRAY : BAQOP14BOXIS e

Lanier Clyatt noted of the victory,one HIMIIIMI]illlllt Mao.3.41 !+ ,
that put the BHS sophomore team at .. 139MILDEWCIDE S e.g.its .,
into home Prloecl ""*
2-2 withPalatka's
heading a game BARBASOLSHAVE Nutritious snack
JV's scheduled for Wednesday Attaches to most
Oct. 14. CREAM i I I11.OL .........J. Limit 2 while
II quantities last,
Before Schoening's heroics the up- J.
per hand was traded back and forth. .57C.II
The JV Tornadoes controlled the Prrl.d .... mmHmBmnBm>
tempo early and William Salmon cap Concentrated moisturizing r ........,. LOLLIPOPS .
ped a BHS march: with a 2-yard II lather. Regularor DOROTHY'GR r Jt- EATSEEN ; OUR AC ELLK touchdown dive and 2-point conver- Menthol. Limit 1 .. ;I
sion to make it 8-0 Bradford but Mid- SKIN CARE .BATTERIES. .
dleburg bounced right back when 11
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BHS fumbled a punt. A Bronco score
cut the gap to 8-6 at the half. I ............... Helps control.mil,,- Lollipops,60-ct.or, ''p cNOrCR/3 ....H
Middleburg used up most of the Mlnltravelkitol4akincereprodew3muatyodon. ;:... Halloween treats, For radios recorders'tiashUgMs'ducts.Limltlwhiiequantltfeslast '
third quarter with a long march that to' -- 70-ct Limit 2 & more.MICKEY'S .
ended with TD and 2-pointer as the MILES '-'- -

hosts grabbed 14-8 advantage.This I
ONE A DAYVITAMINS
time BHS answered driving RAINBOW ,
behind the running of Tudy O'Neal' ECKERO BLANKETS COFFEEMUQS ZEBCO 8.110'MILK
Salmon, and Brad Russell and block z WITH IRON reo. BATH JajMltt "ti ""' COMBO*} .

ing of Anthony Luke, Wayne Cribbs, 32-oz. 9gS .....1.4. ... J' 231- /
Tony Hill, Tommy Johnson, and : Sato 119 v, Priced*at* a .... 99."*' [ /!
Moore. Salmon crossed from a yard : PFrb.e .338For Pno8d ....... 1-... Full size. F Priced .... I ( Spinning reel I
......
out to tie the count but a passing try I: a Choice of 2 scents. .,color I Skirted spooi..'2-
ceramic
for 2 was dropped in the end zone, : the extra Iron teens Limit 1 mugs. pc. rod. '
leaving the game tied 14-all and setting i &women need.Limit 1 muss ..
up Schoening's game-winner. :
Randy Alvarez booted the conversion j .
kick to make it 21-14 and Robert : .
TUS3YDEOORANT
Carver picked off a Middleburg passto + ne MEN'SSWEATERS
seal the victory. ..,. -
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Head JV Coach Rick Stevens said ,
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both Salmon and Brown "probablyhad j ASCRIPTIN e 1110'. .;snc Nag.1I.tt 99B
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day Oct. ail all 5 teams playingBelMed

The Mitey Mites: &.kick things off with OPEN DAILY 9 10 I, SUNDAYS 10 to,7 You're going to like Eckerd Optical.
'
a 10 a.m. game Saturday morning. .1 89 Safe Prices good thru SIlL Oct, 17th
=: You'Illikehowwefllioptiwlprescrlptbnswiththesamecareweflll
The Jr. Pee Weea follow at 11:30: the all our'
Pee Wees go at it at I,the Ji\Hldgets.t .... "' sfi WE. RESERVE THE RIQHTTO LIMIT QUANTITIES. prescriptions.' We'll make sure you ilk*our prices too.You never pay mor
3, and the Midgets at 5. For relief of upset -. at Eckrd: Optical!Just bring in any currant sal ad.we'll match the prlc*on
After this weekend the local youth stomach. Limit 1 .,, any Ham that we carry.Our profeY on opticians can fill your
football teams will hay.a more home .l. .61 CEJ' pr..entpr.acrIPtlon.PIU..ev.ryp.lrl.coveredbyECkerdOPtlcaJ: '*"Good
Saturday's-Oct. 31 and Nov.7.Also. (,iuJI.r as Gold", one-year guarantee against breakage of frames or lenses.Pagel .
the Ttmucua Conference: playoff are 0 R
set for Starke Saturday,Nov. 21.





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Tornadoes Even Everywhere

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But the Scoreboard In 16-6, Loss I

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Bradford High's Tornadoes played v. The Tornadoes drove 87 yards torthe blocked
goal
Long 31 field
a yard
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St. Augustine f tough last week,In fact tally e on> its first possession of the try I by the 'Jacket minutes later butafter ''d. 9,,.. ,? i,,,. :::
compiling more first t downs ; j p
and total second half. John Thompson who BHS punted Chambers workedhis H. ;
yardage
than
Jackets, but!? when the boat Yellow connected on 13 passes for the night, magic<< foot again, laying a boot
it the points were'laDled zeroed in on a wide open Jeff Belcher. down at the Tornado with 6:23 to go 1'A ,
was again BHS on the short In the middle for l It .. I
end of the Scoreboard a 34-yard gainer and in the game. (, TN Ske
deceiving 164 this time by a then teamed with Clayton Norman fora The Tornadoes moved it out as Nonman Y.
count that left the Torjeadin 41 yard that BHS first and '
nadoes Q.* pass put caught a yard strike between ,.w
with! GUS Thursday! ,into Oct.a 15.road lame who goal had at the 2.gpass-cotchi! Norman, defenders and Dyal scooped up a low r11 ....;..' j r a
a g game throw for '16 yard. Thompson rolled ,
Moving the ball was less of a problem ease( Tornado of the Week the and t .
) out
was kept for 10 more to the 43 but ,
than in
put points on the the board past but inability to second time the Tornadoes used a .then came "the again cropped play called hltch-and-go to perfection dropped back to and appeared to '" '' T" '
pass '
up at the telling factor last week. BHS for probably the prettiest offensive lose grip of the ball as he threw. But 1; > ?'vv,;:;i; ,:": /\C'1'"* -;' > "

saw fumbled another away 1 chance to score and hook of the season. Norman ran the the head official ruled the' BHS i ..;, : t s4< '... .' ,' ', a ap,.,
r. m
oppurtunlty erased by an route to lose the SAHS corner quarterback "was In a defender's ,r
interception. And 'Jacket punter back, and then took off down the loft grasp" when the ball was dislodged,
Mike Cox kicked like a pro booming sideline. Both times Thompson drew ruling it a fumble covered by SAHS. -. .f ,.w. r ,

one the 61 BHS varder and, placing another inside the cornerback up with a pump fake That gave the 'Jackets possession ) '( .;II,. d,w}H\ : +* i ..AArrN ,
5, averaging @.t }d a I/nd v MwMI r u
nearly 50 and then lofted soft
spirals to Norman at the Tornado 28 and J plays later. tl'
yards a boot for the night. Add In an dove for I i 1 ',i, y ).r} Y.1Nf' "IMIk0! %'itt. '
official's call BHS who a 31 yard snag in Delgado punched in from 6 yards out r'" y +, ; ....J'C ''ro. a t w. a
coaches tr'1 ? ,11r.vr1'
(andfans) the second period and then took the with 'a Mike Cox kick making the 9/
termed "terrible" that led to> St second ball 't/ r '4+4tMv: '
in stride before being run .count 1&-&. I f. .. Si N. y r
Augustine's final score and you have down at the 2.
a result that easily could have been From there penalties against the I.IM/. M.AoguMlMI ',-
,
turned around.Defensively defense put the ball inside the 1 but Mratfewiu II om' I
the patched-up Tornadoes the Tornadoes went backwards 17." .niM-H. 41IMU14 ,, ..1. I" "i"
from .
.Ix ,...r4t1. n ..... ', r'1
'
swarmed like never before there, fumbling the ball three times mpl-Mt-lnl. t.... .. l I
'
this season with tackles Billy Shannon before '- :, "/1: "'"r' v'. 74
having to go back to the air for IdLa "" .... : ,'
..131.1,4.
end Barry Reddish, monster .. bf1 ... ..}r" \ ik.
4 !
man a yard TD toss from Thompson to ..1 ....... 'P.'; : -\ I'0'1 ".
Iu. hN rlrv,5
4f
Larry Long and
tackle
Kenny Wright Blaine on fourth and goal. Rick \,. 1
Dyal
doing most of the ... t ",.... MYM.... '.".: I. m r .,
swarming with help Braswell kick sailed off left and the IO.l| II ran(Cm kM) ;/ < .= ''0/' .
from Kenny Mark I-Dyrt 4/M"<>WM tlwntpMii.(kick ...1..1)) .. ,
Bright 'Jackets
Crews and
still led 1 e. ..IM'i.\
_
Bruce Rehberg 'A.'Y.. ......,..?_.... MIlnn.4IIIwI1NM ,.,' ',. / .
:
The Tornadoes held the .. ,. ,
promptly I-D.lt t run (Cu kick) .:,, .. .
SANS tailback Tony hosts on 3 plays and the pendulum I'.V, .e
Delgaao, playing without benefit of was seemingly swinging in Brad ) / 1Q11 7Wr
;
Ra"I?p It. AufinMiw Twiy D < 4* 21-'''| .
his partner in crime (on defenses) ford's favor. But t ....,
Chambers that I-N.r4 H ,
put IimnlM W tklm I' Min Ttxn.Mn IO-U. p -
Bernard Mathews for aU but .. .... -'P'i .> : _",,' "--'-t-i 't.J.. --.I j
a few to a quick stop, legging a 81 yard punt FoiUj. !InitforrfMM, "'- > IS-H-I II I-N..
plays in the second half, was.limited all tho way down to the.Tornado 8. ro.RaN.lr.. .
to 108 yards on 22 carries (his longestrun Two plays later Thompson was "......M lM f i DT nnM.|I-M-IVO.r4> Cbytv Mt IeIcher NomMn l I I'M...hM,IrM UIM Tornado of the Week Clayton NormanSenior
covering 13 stripes). That's way caught in the end zone by St. '.1.
under his T....... _.... KM. .. .
average. Augustine's Dale Sommers and *? WrigM 1 --f. nl tattoM. wldeout Clayton Norman grabbed Tornado of the routes. Here's one with St. Augustine cornerback Darryl
. ..The only score BHS managed, just Lavory Anderson for a safety that ClMI Ml..!,-..NAI..e.. BnM A.AA.r1 t-l-T. tarty(!..._N.nnr Ilk 4ylf 1-, *."I"Mw*, Week honors this week by grabbing II pannes In last week's Hicks unable to do anything but chase Clayton down after
its second of the year,came arudg ng- made it !'Jackets.. Letty 1.e141.1.(ri.n Ttiomai14.. game at St. Augustine. A pair of those catches and most of the catch had been made.
his M yards in receptions came on 2 long hitch-and-ao


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-- proud of the effort the players put out,
DAZEY SEAL-A-MEAL I proud that the players haven't folded
SOFTWyITE WITH In the face of adversity in the 0-4 start.
0 ereClALeuATeORIM
1 / ."" "We made too mistakesto
Ivll+ ""' r..r IIpu1NN 14 NPreeerveefood just many
flavor .,, win,' Hurse said. "And their great
In bollatal bags.SCALAMEALBAQS. kicking game and our lack of a Kick

I :,J: .. I J Jj Y eclerllr/Lua.MLMNee. ."" ..... ,..,.1....',/4.,,..1pNAICOeT M. I ,I ,. abMAI4IraeeATe' ++ 'W ing that game comment(he included) proved kick to be returns a big dif in

Inert/ .. ..= ference.
\ / "Without our only experienced run
Alan 998 .. ning back (Emmitt Watkins spent
a//ATa ,...... I?,
r i ?- much of the game on the sideline with
?wi M M4 M leg problems) we had to throw our
M Yrp I game plan out the window. We
!
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I mitt hurt we had to go back to the
CLEANSER i INSECTICIDE LIGHT l BULBS 35mm throwing game."
CAME9g I As it turned out though going to a
J. 00 4OUNCIRegular4.M No.3970 passing game wasn't all/ bad. BHS
3' 11' 311 .... 179 ltog.49.tsSave moved the ball up and down the field

It*,.. POll ..L..r. Pnoed ............. 10.00 ......" I throughlhealrbutjusthadproblemssticking

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s S: Horse noted.
Rea I.... 8...7.oa. "The kids played hard," Sexton

said. "From the second quarter on we
1999 ) I pretty much held them In check

a! defensively."
PRINCESt3ANNE
,>ZI' t I
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sL" OILLAMP !, mixer. Barry Reddish for "playing good

.., s Kf488: c 3-quart bowl. i1 II ballgames for the second week in "a

....... Almond. row. They were both real consistent.
I t Justflllwithyour ; And, they both snared defensive line
HefffcyBMB I favorite scented oil. player of the week honors this week
,
n w I Secondary Coach Mike Hartley said
? ( t I his unit did their job. "They only
$ 11111/221st I threw the ball 6 times so there's really(
say aY not that much to say," Hartley said.

A ORAjNit ', PROCTOR SILEX I "But we did play position well. Larry
i H Ir V.tY'o( ; EXTENSIONCORD AdW/'IW ., I Long(defensive back of the week) got

CNEST ..J \ BAGS 4-MODESTEREO' TOASTEROVEN / II in on more of the action than the rest
: : T ,Ai$ \ '._ 3 3 of 'em and led us in tackles."

m''1"3, : '141" y 3iLI'I.. ,: .f 149 --PT......1". ,79. Mo.noe179'81" WITH'.'C'AL MIJATIOMtnICK ,, Bruce Offensive lineman of the week was
who line
altteTiliolel..: ..... ....JIrIcad .. '..5.......... Brown or White. (:O'; .. ....., 39" Carlton Rehberg.Faulk said "Had his coach best
Hinged lid&rugged carrying Choice'of 6T; -g.l.or 10.SOUL listed. Play/recordcdsaette88-trackhandlN.WlthdrNnpluptur MAIL'NnlIATe'311' ."
night offensively (at center) Faulk
; ; gel hfettttlc,biga with ties.Limit 2 tapes.Has BSR 3-

"t"ALCOn also said Barry King did another good
AneneOATa 3699 job in his second start and said Shan

...- -- -- -..-I... ...... .. non did well performing double-duty
2-STEPALUMINUM
RpuLeLNBakes "We gave John (Thompson) plenty
QOTTTIPaT 1 f' ; : 9" PAPER-. LADDER broils A automatically toasts up to 4.IIces. of time to throw and we looked good
PLATES- // LLOYD'S -. ., Keep warm feature on a couple of drives...
JUG ,, 3 ,} .... 1211 ., ly"a we justcouldn't
taN .. U get it in the endzone and
n... .. AM/FM ,
thMN: ""8'1., S I 7fte 2'ull3-lnch.tep.' CLOCKRAd10 i the you've offensive got to troubles.do that," Faulk said of

4.5-llters.Re- : a .Grew tar picnics. A side rails. ....-zsra'I I A a Wake to music
; Clayton Norman, Tornado of the
freezsbfe bottle.,. White.. only. Limit 2 ,....... '.'6I ww or alarm. .....H11M Week (see article) and offensive back
Snooze bar. of the week drew high praise from

Horse "Clayton had some real nice
catches;' Nurse said. "He just did a
DRAW9-A-LOT NORELCO real good job of going for the bail.
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Score. PerflciPilS J '' g\' : ;'I I. mf xe Bitehliolz T.. Halts Stre ''


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i' The Lady Tornaoe volleyballers In the second game Bass delivered 15-8, 16-1f victory against a Macclen
this week's 1.---.0)) ,40>>. I) COT! ....... (IMS) .4.81. 5)I I ir
For Bradford High r thanks inv that had BUS in
CMnr (MM) I....... II) 5.d. J whipped Macclenny and Middl4 burl 11 straight points to open, ny team whipped ,
home cross-country meet run at the ( ..dnm.. .) .,.....lym,IP.,(_) Ml....Io.too I, at borne to stretch their win streak; to part to fine net play by Tracy Hanker- Baker County earlier.
middle school course Tuesday looked I..1.( ( \ 3 in a row but then felt'to Buchholz son, and BHS never looked back. The first game was slow-starter for
much like last week's. For the second 05 i i'j iI Tuesday night at BHS-making them After a sluggish period saw the serve 'both clubs but Vonda Kay Hall served
week in a row the Lady Tornadoes eo..I I m11 :3-41 with Just$.9regular. season matches. "' trade back-and-forth fully 13 times 8 points and contributed a spike and
pulled off perfect-score victory with *.!.*........IMSAlMUc..CIo,..I left. ,';- Vonda Kay Hall finally served the Dana Cooper was the server on points
13 points to Clay High's 50 but also for ( ...lM.. Clinching point. 13 H; and 15 as BUS came on strong.
the second straight time the boys -- I) Mil (1"1 ","1(MB*raw**-.1) I The BHS"girls< host Gainesville It was fitting end for Vonda Kay, In the second game Lorraine Bass
_(")..,.,.5)1".....IC( ) 11.14,y Ik.rd_ ,
were bested on their home course, (I-I) 1..1.. ) ...,l Me......?((110)) l 1'll,..)LINP(I") Monday night;Oct 19, (6 p.m.) before who had used 2 pretty sets by Bass to served the first 5, Cooper dished up 7
this time by Palatka by a 29-36 count "..U. P)Cwlta*MM(*N*)Ut 1."C") )!.....t) atop jfr& ., : finishing up with'-road'matches at boom a pair of spikes down on the winners, and Pam Sams added 3.
with Clay third with 64 points. K uiy D.WI..(MM) IFitf 1C) KllWvm*(P) 17.... II) "" Santa Fe and Middleburg. Broncos earlier. ."We're beginning to get It
VkMr UNI(INS) 111. '1))MOT., .: U4I.. .
led (C)15,34 :1)) I
The BHS girls, were again T.....! (Oil( ..... 14) Ml..(C) Ili4l. II) WWWMwMT together; ,coach Harvey said.
across by freshman Linda DeWitt (MO) I...,. I*) C..lvl,. ""'.,... (WM) IfeM* Buchholz IS. 15 Bradford 15. II
((12:13): and senior Tyffany Griffis fimtnumtim'Alto_....M*/.Om frmfH.t 14,' __ Bradford. It.' Macclenny 8. I" The Lady''Tornadoes, who are In
((12:41): with Louette Smith ((13:08): MMV*C.iMf Wit:*.Owy OOM_Will.Olrli .J1 Buchholz controlled the tempo "I'm just super glad for them." District 5-AAA along with Buchholz

and Pam Hawkins (13:09): ) coming in I.. ..-- Tuesday night at BHS. scoring a That was the word from Coach Inez GUS,and Eastside Gainesville,and
neck-and-neck for third and fourth. (I..JC.........:3.11.. .) I 2.game sweep over the BHS girls. Harvey after her girls volleyball Live Oak and Santa Fe, are currently
Fifth place was a surprise with ... .MolilMlmm __ Dana Cooper had 8 service points to squad won its second straight with a 2-4 against district team -
torn- HM II IlkwH I*.lndilMli IM r
11-year-old Lisa Tierney, a sixth- 111.: *...-.*. ....lADFOIK Ml"......IM.IM.tc*.. lead Bradford in that department.Hope .
grade Roadrunner Club member run- ".MMdtetwg 114.M. .:in.MM Jackson led In spikes with 3 net
ning (Ion an exhibition basis) her first *>W wlMtf Iwira Fwml(Ball. .)lltI4.IMI winners, all in the second Lor-
game. I would like to to
appreciation
.
express
.. ..
.... my my
,
race right in I)" O.W1H )15,53. If)TfMMiy OrilII. -
competitive jumping 11.4.. It L.... fmM Mill. raine Bass and Tracy Hankerson had
with ) > .1) PM N..11. L customers for' the kindness and
under the 14-minute barrier a .. understanding
.N.11))J..a.r NI.11dI7)K_ChItty 15,15.11)) 411 1 net point apiece.
13:54: time. BHS{ senior Jennifer Nix Corel/Sown 17.... they've shown me during the recent illness and
sixth (fifth in the high school
was meet), followed by another Roadrunner N Olri.far MS- 7))_..... ........ '..1:1.: II) lymi ? Bradford IS.15 death of my mother.'I regret any inconvenience I
_
l tw*:I.... 1:1): ) .. .._Gory:lit.II.: ... Middleburg '.6
Polly Griffis, with Carol Fussell The Lady Tornadoes had little trou- may have caused you during my absence. I would

Bth High.and That Karen made Chitty it 1-7 9th for for the Bradford Lady ,...,Ie_..,...5.....y. .-...........*....,..<05.....Pwml Sparkling ble stretching their win string to 3 at like to thank each of you for your patronage in the
IK, Pd k.111 I.MM 141......1011 IW,, !_tM.Pwtw Server... home Monday night, topping struggling
Tornadoes in the high school point past and I hope to serve better in the future.
til. Mckiwi til. MlJJI.tu,, ...... 15)) MAO. Middleburg 15-9, 1S4 behind the you
race and left them still undefeated in ram ta.brfhMwl. Lady Tornado Lorraine Bass has serving of Lorraine Bass.
dual or tri-meets. ..*..OKW.... ((_) I4i0, been a sparkling server all season Bass served up 8 points, Dana Fondly Yours,
110 flmctn, n lclMr4, W.... I7I.,
) P.ul
"This was their best performance" Melel"...11111.47)..... D.W0515,57: .7*)..17).....IM.ItiM. long for the BUS volleyball team. She Cooper added 3, and Hope Jacksongot Robert Bowen
to date, no doubt about that, Coach -25,50. S3i: 4.61: "T5._31,11, 11))WWI4_ continued that last week. Here she the crucial 14th and 15th points in
George Loper. "Everybody went : .M)l..!..<.>.tllM.: delivers against Middleburg. the opener. Bowen's Pest Control
down and Karen Chitty and .Carol
Fussell really lopped time off. Them
IS coach added that he expected the
home meet set for Thursday, Oct. 29, TAII.ING BOOTHS ME DANGEROUS i
with North Marion and Baldwin to be Jones Convalescent Service Inc.
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When a cross country runner runs a ,
rare just right, pouring everything Into I
it, there's little left at the finish w.
line. Just ask Tyffany Griffis the
HMS senior pictured above. She's
hcen ronsistenly the number two run-
nor for the Lady Tornadoes, behind
frrshin. Linda DeWitt, and took second -
again with her best time ever I
1 n PS(I ay as the BUS girls swept past

I I'al.itka at home.In I ,


the boys meet Palatka's 1-2 combination ,,
,1
of Hill (15:06): and James ?
((15.07)) was too much for the Tor- ,
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n.ulocd to overcome with Hill's time T
marking a new course record. Clay's

Taplin third with -- '
was Richard Warren 11'1
of BUS coming in 4th and suffering pI4'n: 4., T. ,T. 'A --
his first individual defeat over the I

home course. 9th grader Paul McKin- ', ". R""dn,1iBydy ;r. :' Ili 11 ll )( IqY1 ,1 C 1 rf" ''li I 1 ? Ij r..'), ,'.'l, tali 'r hil 1i1: q II I
'Ilrfi11tN( roll';, I
ncry was a strong 4th for the Tornadoes ( 'T ) ,
,
DeWitt with 9th, Victor Curtis Letts Jones 11th 7th.,Kenny Eddie f )y jl 4Yy u4"1W'y' r i 141. ""r ; '''r N b4fI ,,.,,,,..),i1, KIptJTf1IrIr11 I t.LEXINGTON 4 BEDROOM i' RTFt 'I,

Tcnnant 13th, Wade Widener 15th,
and Calvin Thomas 16th. qi1

All the boys but Warren and Letts,
who was running on a gimpy ankle, !
lowered their time.
Saturday' both teams were involvedin I
the 14th annual Lee Invitational at ,. ..
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KJC-North. 14 girls teams were on """ -Jirn Wager offers you 10% mortgage financing when he ,.

hand, including 7 4A schools, with buildsyour home. Do you know how much this means to you? f

Buchhol/Hollos winning won the 15-team and Gainesville boys race. PERCENTAGE* Just 3 or 4 percent more, over a 20 year period amounts to 1 t 1..r.1w "vi s IfOS

The Lady Tornadoes were 6th with RATE .many extra thousands of dollars. .3 NO.oo a I"r r '

142 points. DeWitt claimed 8th in. Here are some facts for you to consider. If you sign I a 34
JJ'0.1:., her most impressive showing in 20-year. $30,000 at only 13%. you will pay back 5/4,872 more than for a Jim r )ii .. T i

a big invitational. Loper said the Walter-bullt-and-flnanced home having this same cash price. On a 20-year $35,000 mortgage at just N o ,= t N 0.. r + ,
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The boys were 13th in the boys race CM. / $61.97 more you'll pay every month for 20 years. .,fc=d i
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This means you can do some or all of the inside '
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Matches include a chain match with I
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women's strap match with Ann Quim- JIM

WALTER HOMES
by versus Barbara Owens Mike 'hPm / IMoI..oH..1 g| I
*. y Prat her versus the.Assassin,and two J5? er HOME6Ouf I would like- to hove .lore'tnformotion and lh. toti tjKof
other matches. '* ', JRythmic \ u r II building on my properly.. I understand div. would' 5|
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,. 2)) The .ntry mutt bo on an official blank from the cored by the Tornadoes and their opponent combined hand Chandler down.. ''.tw' ,'', ,. t: '
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noon. Fill In all the blanks with ether the name clenny 17, Tornadoes 15, the correct total score tort, .mj alto' Oakland<<;>.> losing, ... "-'''

.,. of the team you think will win or "tie" if you think was 32 points. .. ,1': :' k.j thirdaIn: aout vorybody,. ,Including .,, '; Harold Jackson la.iweek's .
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the matt will win the All decision of the final. '' MoD t on 'HV' win at'Not,.
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season, an M( downer so far that baa
shown signs of pushing uphill with encouraging QUICK FACTS
showings the last :2 times Game Site Citizen's Field, Gainesville (Waldo Rd.); kickoff 8
out, is the season Gainesville High is p.m. .
having.The'Canes who host the BHS Season Records: Gainesville High 3-2 (1-1( District) with wins
varsity for football tonight,Thursday, over Live Oak-Suwannee (22-20) and Ed White 24-7 and Paxon 33-0
Oct. 1$, at Citizen's Field oft Waldo of Jacksonville and losses to Palatka (21-28) and Buchholz (().2U;
r I Rd., are definitely "'vlngan up-and- Bradford 0-4 (().J) with losses Baker Co. ((7-13), Palatka (0-55)( ),
sr b I down year. Santa Fe(().19),and St. Augustine(6-16).'
The defending'' AAA state champ Series History: Bradford has never beaten a GHS team in varsity
Hurricanes lost 28-21 to Palatka to football* losing all 12 meetings in the series Including losses the
teeter from its perch as Florida's top- last two years since being put in the same district with the Hur-
ranked AAA team but then came backto ricanes.
whip Jacksonville: Ed White Impressively Last meeting:.The state champ 'Canes had it (lough last year,
247. In week three the escaping Starke with a slim 6-0 victory. .
Hurricanes survived Live Oak 22-20 Players to watch for GHS: Hurricane quarterback Vernell
but watchers said GHS was lucky to Brown (9-1, 180)) Is recognized as one of the state's top quarter
get out with a win against the scrappy backs. He throws soft, catchable Is even more
,. Bulldogs. Next up was Buchholz in a dangerous when he doesn't throw. Illscrambling ability keyed
game with the district leadership on Gainesville to Its state title last year.Offensive linemen Rusty Watson
the line and GHS was dominated by (6-3, 270) and Bubba Dukes (6-4, 260) are probably Florida's
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the Bobcats, whipped 21-zip. Leveledto best side-by-side tandem, both All-Staters last year. Dukes also
2-2 and out of the district driver's ,plays a lot of defense.
'w % seat all Gainesville did last week was Key matchups: BHS will be put to the test defensively. If the Tor
t pound Jacksonville Paxon 33-0. nadoes halt the GHS ground game they'll have to contend with
i .Y fi Will the real Gainesville stand up? Brown's passing and bootlegging.
Or better yet for Tornado hopes will

the unimpressive Gainesville show up.
y. for Thursday night's game? ,
Tornado coaches say' (and GUS Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C. J
head man Jim Roundtree was sayingit '
? in the preseason) that it's not so Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C. a
much a case of Gainesville being in-
consistent as it is the fact the Hurricanes -
.just aren't quite the super- P Keystone Chiropractic Clinic.
power they were in last year's 13-1 :
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Back from that outfit are stellar .; At SR-21 North .
quarterback Vernell Brown (61,180)and '
massive all-state linemen Bubba Keystone Shops Suite 5
Dukes (6-5, 260) and Rusty Watson, : 1
((6-4, 270) but gone are Brown's, : Phone 473-3604
backfield accomplices and most of

the defensive talent that formed sucha : Hours.- a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m.
rugged group in 1980. ,
"They don't have the stud back in : Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. J
4'.1 p there like they have in the past, and ,
: their defense Is Inexperienced" Tor- .' 9 a.m.-l p.m. Thursdays
nado Coach David Hurse said Monday -

"But they're still a good football Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
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With some 33A elementary school Here's what you could win: Your Choice .
children getting together at Southslde
Elementary in Starke for flag football
and volleyball competition (and at a,Giant Size Hallmark Poster
least another 350 watching and cheer-
ing) (It was an active and busy day for ,
the county's schools last Friday Oct

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day and the friendly but spirited com
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cheerleaders(from left) Amy Noegel
lJ1L Amy Ferguson, Mia Cooper, Passion "
Whims and Celeste Carter spur their G
football team on while at left it's on-
field action with Starke Elementary's H ,
Bradey Rehburg chasing l.awtey
"Dolphin" quarterback John Berry.



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301 Quick Stop and Music Men won bombed Norman's Farm of Starke 45 yards. Bill Ratliff and Gene
landslide victories Sunday to stay 59-7 while the Music Men were easy Raulerson also picked off passes as
unbeaten and set up a showdown for winners over The Guardsmen (score Quick Stop thwarted nearly all of Nor-
the league leadership this Sunday unreported), man's chances to score and turned
Oct. 18, at the BHS practice field. For Quick Stop the defense picked them into scoring oppurtunites for
Garnetime is 130.: off 8 passes with Bill Goodge and Erie themselves.

Biggs snatching 3 apiece and Goodge Quarterback Jackson Prevatt hooked
In contests last Sunday Quick Stop carrying 2 back for TD runs of 75 and up with William Muse three times I

for TD's (twice 45, 20, and 5 yards), .,
and also hit Ratliff US'yards) and -: .
. Bucs Move to Second in Youth ,
League Goodge(10 yards) for scores. Goodgeran
another in for' his 5th touchdownof I

The Buc's made a move into second Bucs 12- Rams 6 place last week, winning their last 2 In an overtime duel the Dues came a 10 yard scoring strike to Ronnie ". ,q, e.
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I games, including 20-16( victory over out on top as Ed Douglas picked off a' Thomas in the rout. ,:, '. 7V 1. ,
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In a double-tiebreaker game Tues- Sports CalendarThursday. :. .
the Steelers the defense \
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the second time ,, : Offldal rules .' '.
held the Rams Oct. 15- .' .. : .
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around and Mark Strickland ran in ., "1,1, Color the witch and her a
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from After the a 3 6-6 for deadlock the winning in score.regulationtime Bus varsity football at GHS ((8:00) ,\ ''t.r ,. 2.,Complete the official.entry form by printing- .your name, .age. address zip. code and phone. number"" 'Deposit" t the
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both teams scored in the first Saturday. Oct. 17- '. ,.,,3. Entries entry will be Judged on neatness appropriateness and originality. Decision of? the Judges is flnaJ.-Y.: '. ,

tiebreaker, the Rams tallying on a and 10 Pop Warner, 5 games in Starke versus Bel-Med ;r ,'; .4, Contest Is open to children 16 years of age or younger Employees and, families of the store' are.. not' eligible, -
Langley
yard run' by Jimmy i I I'i k 5. No No substitution of prizes '
Pro IWA wrestling at National Gd. (7 purchase necessary. .
Armory
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Strickland running 10 yards p.m. after of the i' >,
Scott Jones ? 6 A US of winners will be available In the store completion. 'contest '' ..,.'. p ''t -!
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had the Ram TD on a 10 yard run Sunday Oct.. 18- ,I ,,.J.t -..' p. :_ ,," 'Jt": I
while Strickland scored his first of 3 ,; i .
TD's on yet another 10 yard effort.Bucs20Cowboys Men's Flag Football 2 games at BUS. ((1:30 & 3 p.m.) .:. ." Witch's name -, ', ,,' ,' ., '" :
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A 10 yard run by tfMV rtaine ''w. : .. Age .'
in the was the difference as the liS :; ...... .: : j I i'1'1' .* ff-'i-' f' ( : '
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game Gainesville at BUS girls volleyball ((6:00): : ;; .' ,r' : / < > t,, '* < -. .. '
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deficit to top the league-leading .) I f\Address : ;? ; .intN f ( "I" .':, a'P I *\ -
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Earlier. Ed Douglas had tossed BUS Santa"Fe 'State "
girls volleyball at ((6:00).t. f-kOty I."r 11.. i Zip
to Duncan and .. : :, ; . It.Mp' .
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Donnie Francis (both yards) and a .-, ,
conversion pass to Michael Hugginsfor Clay High at BUS freshman football((7:00)). a PH't.. '. : ", .",.
the Bucs. For the Cowboys Chuck Men's flag football, 2 games at Macclenny I "
Mullins threw a 10 yarder to Tim Caqds,1n i4 & I i \ .i 1' .J l{ Eli1A'I,, 1J{
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Lewis and scrambled 47 yards for a (8:00)V," 19et Hailmac : : ,
score while tossing point conversion Wednesday Oct. 21- : "" .'. < "

passes to Lewis and Jimmy Quiette. Santa Fe at'BHS JV football. (7:00): 4. : '..t h,4k1, 6
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against the'' Steelers with Chuck BUS crows country at Palatka (4:00)
Stow a+wkfiL
Mullins scoring 5 TD's, Jimmy Starke youth flag football ((3:15 and 4:00):
Quiette 2, and Tim Lewis another.
110 W. Call St. 964-5764
Mullins tallied on a and 4 yard runs Friday Oct. 23- : ;.':

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:i I A lecia Featon Oil CIltaiivrng Informative items .

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i i"Deregulation'has state,7.800 mile trip through the West Biggest changes noticed in recent Alone with gas, prices, ,other ..
By Mike Coonoy '<.C: ,.._.,. :. .. '
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.nd Southeast. months is more stations staying open petroleum product prices have L .. '"
"The least expensive gas was in I the on Sunday and later in the evening..: stabilized. Home heating oil and ? .
put competitloi Southeast, The Tenneco station on Temple Ave. diesel fuel have remained at approximately i
119.9 per gallon on one
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back into the market'place for selling ocassion while California had the with some of the lowest price* in the same price as last year ,
Register petroleum II froducts. says Oil.Freemon most expensive (161.9 per gallon)," fawn. remains open all night, y with,little fluctuation in the.overall I .'

regulations By taking,oil companies away unnecessary are able to ranged Hunter In said other when parts asked of the what country.He prices. ............ ..-......... ..".... ...,.... bw-f+vr _-price.--_. "..-.-...-- rGoodGulf .
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compete against one another for added that finding gas was no t 4 :
problem during his month long vaca
lower prices and more important, ] I
stable prices, Register said. tion. ii ,. ..Ygo'
Gas prices in Starke range from According to Ted'Curtis, managerof I -- ,
$122 per gallon to$1.44.9 for rear the Eastern station in Starke, his -
leaded gas,with prices station sells approximately' 3,000
one to two cents per gallon. within the gallons per weekday and an averageof 4 -
last two months. 4,000 per day on the weekend. He :
! Asked Sept.30 if gas was difficult to did not .feel that the number of
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Camp Standing a 3-day archery an especially their>luck and skill at Blanding for No quota system'is used at that Mcintire of Lake Butler and I the "The"special archery season is
hunt was a busy one for hunters but "The deer poplatlon :'Is:,Just as. ,two weekends Oct. 24-23 and'Oct. tract so bowhunter- need only Gainesville Police Department. scheduled to allow bow hunters,n opportunity
surprisingly slow in terms of game good if not better year-Gar.- 30Nov. 1. <. management stamp and their license Also.Included is a morning at the to take u>.the''Woodlands
.bagged. rison said. "The hunter turnout was Garrison pointed out a' new'Blan and archery permit the grounds. gun range In Lawtey,set probably for to, ,."hunts sthedulM"wftch\!
prior any
Blanding wildlife biologist Jim Garrison pretty fair, they just didn't take near ding'reserve policy that could help Saturday Oct.,24. allow for the' use of flt 8rrits,*!'\\laId
reported that 922 hunters were the deer they did last year. The area hunters get in: "We have a quotaof Hunter Safety Course U interested'caU David Smith at the Fred W. Stanberry director' of the
on hand for the 3-day hunt,better than weather might have had something to 450 hunters(per day) and from now Offered Next Week Vo-Tech 964-6190 for registration Division'of Wildlife for the eo Iliis-!)
300 per day on average but only 14 do with It, it was hot and cold off,and 'on we're going to allow walk-ins at I 0 details. ,"'0
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deer were taken by the bow hunters..9 on." a.m. each morning to reach 450.So If Bradford-Union HeSaid' special threedaymuzzleloadine
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bucks and 5 doe were taken along we Tech school will be offered at the Special Archery gun season' is set. to
with 2 hogs That compares with the hunting will be held this Fri more in each morning. Friday Oct. 21'; In certain areas' of
Starke campus Monday through Ends Oct. 18'TALLAHASSEE.Bow begin
24 deer killed in last year's first day, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. evenings next week, Oct. 1922. Florida. The statewide general gun
Raiford Tract Hunt The class,a requirement to get hun hunters in season Is scheduled. to begin Nov14.
For Archers Open ting licenses in many states, teaches Florida have until Oct. 18 to participate He added that;''ar-
. NewsBy Archery hunting at the Raiford hunter safety awareness along with In the special archery season chers are also allowed to hunt during
Community Tract is underway continuing marksmanship and many other tools set aside.lor such sportsmen, actor the,general.gun season in Florida.'"--

Elizabeth G. Walker Greater Allen Chapel: Annual-
Women's Day will be observed Sun-
Phone 964-6683 day, Oct. 18. All members are askedto GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS
Dell Chapter 188 O.E.S.t The monthly cooperate.
meeting of Dell Chapter 168 NAACP Conference: The 42nd An- ,
O.E.S.will be held Thursday,Oct.8 at nual State Conference will be held in 4' & LAYAWAY
7:30 in the Masonic Hall on TOY
p.m. Tampa Oct. 22 24. A very Informative :
Brownlee Street. All members are program has been planned.
asked to attend. DeSue Family Reunion
The DeSue Family Reunion was f aiti ceaiters LAYAWAY YOUR SELECTION UNTIL DEC. 15TI1
The Fellowship Tea will be spon- held Oct. 10, 1981 at Veronica. and
sored by the Dell Chapter Sunday Pauline DeSue's home.
Oct. 11, at 3 p.m. at the Greater Allen The family included Mr. and Mrs.
Chapel A.M.E. Church. The public is Eugene Strong and three children, 11 GaHSf Ml* Mm
invited to attend.The Masonic family Louise Goodwine and two children,*
is invited to attend. The speaker will Carol Perkins, all of Jacksonville; Dial
be Mrs. Perlie Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. William Dixon and two Soap Camping
children James and Dora Tyson all
Church ActivitiesMt. of Fernandina;' Dennis Madross of '".' \ '.
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Elizabeth DeSue Bonds ;** :* ; r 'i
Zion A.M.E. Church: Plans are Pittsburgh
in the making for the Women's Day and two friends of Daytona Beach. r
Activity Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Sam DeSue of Raiford
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen and
Worship Lovefeast Service. Com daughter and sister of Lawtey, Mr. 4
munion at 4 p.m. All members are and Mrs. McMillan Mr. and Mrs.
asked to attend. Willie Cohens and two children,
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Agnes Goodwine Mr. and Mrs. Paul 1 '
Church: The men will sell dinners Cohens and two children Mr. and
Friday at 5:30: p.m.The menu will be Mrs; Leo DeSue and son Leo DeSue
fresh water fish, buttered grits, cold Jr., Mrs. Mamie Tyson.Mrs. Irene
slaw and hush puppies. Goodwine Mr. and Mrs. Ira Legett
Pleasant Grove United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Junior Perry Mr. andMrs.
Church: Sunday School at 10 a.m. James DeSue two sons and two
The Out-Reach Choir from Greater daughters Mrs. Thelma Goodwine 0
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist will singat Mrs. Elouise DeSue Frazier Carolyn '
Pleasant Grove, Sunday at 3 p.m. Hampton and family, Mr. and Mrs. *%
The public Is invited. Willie B. Brown, Faye and Renee
New Bethel Baptist Church: Sunday Johnson, Mrs. Mae Pearl Johnson '\
School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship at and family Della and Orita Cov- 1k 0 % D u
11 a.m. Communion at 5 p.m. Ington Derrick and Larry Long Mr. : $ .
Mt. Morlah United Methodist and Mrs. Willis Hankerson and 4 % At.: "
Church: Sunday School only. Lillian Jenkins and family all of ? 'k "
Regular services next Sunday. Starke. riJ e:,
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I Call St., failed to stop at the traffic Parking LotAccidents Elliott's vehicle. At the point of entry, Feagle did not respond to CPR ad-
light,striking Meres' vehicle,causing police report, Elliott opened the car
ministered the and
1f lJrij on scene, really
: ?s. S." "'iA.4., -1.- AIL, S the accident, police report\l, During door on the left side causing. Ketterer. never showed any life signs after CPR
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., ,,, I .; \ I' ..,; ... (' I." f According to the Starke Police Past Week : to strike his vehicle.: was begun on him.Correction'.
Dept. Rescue Damaged to'Elliott's vehicle was
west on Pratt St. Monica r Marie Meres and his passengeraCharleneD. Oct. 9, Ronald Wm. Noegel,37,Box $98.
Melrose Man Dies Green, 17, Brooker, was traveling Meres, 28, at the scene. Kent and 71S,Starke.In Bradford Square parkIng -
Of MalathiQnPoisoning ,south on Lake St.,stop at the stop passenger Melodie Kent.. 20, were lot was backing in an easterly
sign, then string' treated by a local phyaican. (direction, turned too sharply struck a Lineman Electrocuted !! ..,
the right of way to McClellan Kent was charged,with running a parked vehicle owned by David While Replacing Pole
A 3 i.'i-'ear-oid Melrose resident AntboiJy the vehicle on the right front side. red light. Wesley Rehm of Hampton, police The Telegraph did not intend to
y -
Damage to McClellan's '77 Chevypickup" affirmative statement in its
; make an
Kossano died
Oct.
Monday 12,' was$850, damage to Green'sn said.Damage to Rehm's '72 Olds was Oct. 8 edition of News Briefs which
of Alachua
after drinking maUthlon poison, Fire Louis W. Feagle 36, ,
stationwagon was $300. Destroys stated that Robert Swanson "did usea
Rossano was found semi-conscious $300.Noegel was electrocuted Wednesday Oc
Green was charged with failure to was charged with DWI and deadly weapon, a metal wrench."
when the rescue unit arrived at his DwellingA tober 7, while replacing an electric
home in the Seminole Ridge area of yeield right of way. having an expired tag. pole on SR-18. The statement was taken from a

j Bradford County,Box 585,Melrose at fire totally destroyed a dwelling Feagle was an employee of MambaEngineering police record and should have read
9:45< a.m. Monday Oct. 12. Rossano located adjacent to State Road 100 Jackie Lee Marr,27, Rt 4 Box 1260, Co., subbing for Florida that Swanson Is charged with using a
was transported to Melrose where he Oct.: .7, Aaron Kirk ,Taylor, Jr., 17, between Starke and Keystone Heights' Starke, ran into the back of Sandra Power and Light Co.Working out of a deadly weapon a metal wrench.
P. O. Box 6, Lawtey, and Johnnie Kay vehicle in McDonald's Editor
the the night of Oct.6. Crosby's made -The
accidentally
was picked by Life-Flight bucket Feagle
up Mack Bennett 46, Tallapoosa Ga., parking lot Oct. 9
.helicopter but he was pronounceddead The building was owned by Bob police say. contact with an energized conductor.
upon arrival at Alachua General' were both stopped at the intersectionof Gordon and was on property near the Damage to Crosby's '78 Ford was __ n. .,... ....
US-301 and Call St. Bennett turned air conditioning and heating businesshe $800.
Hospital. right from the inside lane
striking
Bradford Sheriffs operates. No one was occupying
,found a strong County odor of malathion Dept.inside Bennett' the building at the time of the fire. Oct. 12. Ralph Elliott Dundee Fl.,
the house and was charged with improper Gordon estimated his loss at"about was parked at McDonald's when Otto Thomas Metals'
upon investigation
t. ,discovered two containers lanci change. ,Taylor was charged $25,000." The cause of the ,fire Is Ketterer, 71, Box 1232 Starke,
empty pint
:, of malathion and one empty pint of with having no tag. thought to be electrical. entered a parking space to the left of

citrus insect spray In the Rossano Oct. Carrie Shop work done
,residence. 8, Coleman DeSue 37, now
510 Michigan St., Starke was southbound
"" .: Rossano apparently died from ingesting in the outside lane of US-301 HARD OF HEARING?
.. the insect sprays. slowed for the traffic light: A vehiclewas Complete line of
i No foul play is suspected according. in the inside lane, attempting to DAHLSERG'S 'NEW MIRACLE EAR II *P_ i
;J to the sheriffs
dept make." a right turn onto west Rd-100.
I THE CUSTOM*FIT IN THE EAR HEARING AID i iI
The tight front of the vehicle struck Welding
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.f( ,KH Girl 14 Shot the DeSue vehicle In the left side, then FOR.MILD tO MODERATE HEARING LOSS (
the vehicle left the scene. The hit and
Gas Stick and
Braising
"' In Pistol Accident run vehicle was possibly a black '56 Reg. $53800 NOW $26900 Mig ,
driven female with (SUPPLY LIMITED)
Chevy by a a
Elizabeth Stltt, 14-year-old Brad
ford High student, is recovering from patch on the right side of her face. CHECK OUR SPECIAL LOW BATTERY PRICES. ffComplete Fabrication

.an accidental pistol firing which shot Oct. Lillie EP675E-6..... $2.00 E41E-6..,.... $2.00 H. Gardner
9, M. 303
her In the cheek. Bridges E312E-6...... 2.00 2.00 _..... IMMorMe
Monroe St.,Starke.was eastbound on E13E-6.,1.
Sine 1M1: /end
The unit from Unpaired Blue Print fete
rescue Keystone Capabilities
Rd-100A. Edward Shipps, 50, 2313 E401E:"2 ...... 2.00'. oran .
called to the home oi
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Heights was
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Temple Starke was westbound on Moo. : -*::10 co"
Wayne Mundorff Smokerlse at
: W.d..1I1N0.
Rd-100 As the vehicles met. FREI HEARING TEST
,Keystone Heights, 'Oct.. 10, at 1:55 Bridges made a left turn in the path of 2013 el&l..tt..e oe..
,p.m.Elizabeth Mundorffs Shipps' vehicle. Shipps was unable to Gainesville] Hearing Aid Center 496- st
Stltt stepdaughter -
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had been accidentally shot stop and collided with Bridges. 1003 N.W. 23rd Avenue .Gaincsvlll, Florida 376OO95Wm. steel
Damage to the Bridges vehicle was
.22 calibre The bullet
by a derringer. $300 damage to Shipps' pickup was Lake Butler
entered less than an inch to the right
side of her mouth and lodged in the $400.Bridges
was charged with failure to .
behind her _
'space right ear. left. ----------- ---
Stitt, 14, was taken to Shands yield turning
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville
where she remained until Tues., Oct. Animals Cause
.13. Mundorff reports"she is home doing Traffic.Accidents IEAGLEI.rices
fine." There seems to be no hearing 'S '
A cow and deer blamed for
or brain damage or movement impairment a were 'STORED
says Mundorff. two separate accidents on Oct. 10.
David Vickery had gone to the Mun- Harold Eugene, Helmey c 1t
dorff residence to see his girlfriend. Switzerland,Fl.was traveling east on
Lisa Stitt. Rd-16 when a deer ran across the road
They were
going target
smashed!
practicing. Lisa's sister Elizabeth into his path. Helmey hit the deer
was going with them. Vickery haJseveral sustaining $1.000 damage to the front
guns with him, all unloaded and left front of his 80 pickup truck

except the derringer which was in the
glove box.While Norman Randy Ruise Sanderson save 1.0 Save to 55oui name
Vickery helped Mundorff Fl.was traveling north on C-238,whena s tsp
cow ran from the road shoulder into
Unload his truck the sisters
were
handling the guns at Vickery's truck, his path. Rulse hit the cow, sustain- 8 94 brands and
special buys
,thinking they were unloaded. ing damage to the front hood wind- WEREAO
Lisa Stitt pulled the trigger once on shield and top as the cow went over
,the derringer and it did not fire. As the car. MEN'S WESTERN
she started to get into the truck the Damage to the '78 Chevy was$3000.. SHIRTS WITH today through Saturday!
Both accidents were investigatedby
gun fired, striking Elizabeth.in the
,right cheek. Florida Highway Patrolman Wm LONG SLEEVES

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Funeral Services were conducted Mrs Hilda Alday LandrethMrs. William Taft Minshew
Beverly Jo Smith 11:00: a.m. Monday Oct.12.at Calvary Hilda Alday Landreth 38 Mr. William Taft Mlnshew, 74, of'
Beverly Jo Smith 23, of JacksonBaptist Church in Starke, with Rev. of Albany died Wednesday Sept.. 30 Lake Butler, died Friday morning at CARS
USED
ville died Thursday, Oct. 8 lira Dqval Jim Black,officiating.Interment was in an Albany Ga Hospital. his home after apparent heart at ;.' ..
hospital following a sudden illness. held in Jacksonville Memory Garden A native of Seminole Co. Ga. she tack. Mr. Minshew, was a life long .
native of Jacksonville, Ms. Smith! in Orange Park, with Archie Tanner was the daughter of Juanli:. E.nesl resident of Union County,.where he ." ,. '( ':.
attended Murray Hill Methodist Funeral Home in Starke in Charge of Mrs Lantaught school for 34 years. He was a $'k$Ii ....
and the late Newton Alday. I t''
of .. .. .,\ .
Church; graduated from Robert E. Arrangements. dreth had lived in Albany for the past graduate from the University & :" '
Lee High School and was a registered 10 and was a member of Spring Florida In '1936 and received his \I: .
nurse I in a the emergency room at St. Jeff Bennett Todd years Creek Baptist Church. Masters in 1951. He was an ordained :
Vincents Medical.Center. Mr. Jeff Bennett Todd,ft,died... Survivors include: her husband. minister' in the First Christian !"
Survivors include: her parents,Mr. ly Tuesday morning Oct. 13, at Brad James Landreth of Albany; one son Church,where he was a member, and .
and Mrs. Joel R. (Louise Adkins) ford County Hospital,following an ex Terry Landreth of the U.S. Navy, was a member of the retired teachers I. Cal Fid 117" W@ ...:.
Joel ) ,
Smith and one brother, (Joey tended illness. Pennsylvania; three daughters Association. ,
Smith Jr..all of Jacksonville; mater. Mr. Todd was born and raised in Melissa, Debbie and Susan Landreth: Survivors include one daughter, ,
nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Union Conty, the son of the late Lacy four brothers, Rev. James Alday of; Mrs. Mary Etta Hawthorn of Lake City Ranger L a ri a t. i
Adkins of Hampton; paternal grand and Mamie Carlton Todd, former Lake Butler, Charles Alday and Gene ; one son, James Minshew of Lake 2200 miles under factory warranty, 302' V-8,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Chester Peters pioneer residents of Union County. Aida both of Warner Robins, Ga.. Butler; one stepson, Junior Stewart ,
of Eau Gallic, Florida; aunts, uncles Mr. Todd attended Union County and Royce Alday of Macon, Ga. and; of Lake Butler; one brother, Tete automatic overdrive, tu-tone, glow paint. AM-FM
and cousins. Schools. Mr. Todd was employed by one sister, Mrs. Ida Pearl Crew of I, Minshew of Jacksonville; three stereo radio digital clock dual gas tanks, sliding .
Services were held Saturday Oct. the Pasco Fruit Company until ill Cairo Ga. sisters,Mrs.Kathryn Humphries and I rear window, sport wheel covers, WSW radials "
10, at 3:30 in the chapel of Giddens- Health forced his retirement. Mr. Fu"erai services were held Friday Mrs. Carrie Russel of Jacksonville,
Griffith Funeral Home with Rev. Todd was a member of the Dedan afternoon Oct 2,at 3 at the Spring .. and Mrs. Essie Douglas of chrome step bumper. .
Robert J. Case officiating. Interment Baptist Church. Baptist Church, with the Rev Blackshear.Ga.,7 grandchildren and "TOO
was at Riverside Memorial Park, Survivors include: His wife: Mrs. Henry Jones officiating. Interment 1 great grandchild. New S10,995.00 Sale iJ Iif ,
Jacksonville. Minnie Lee Hodge Todd of brooker, 2 followed in the Spring Creek Baptist Funeral services were held Sunday, "-
brothers: Mr. Ed Todd, and Mr. Church Cemetery with Evans-skiper Oct. 11 at 2 p.m.in the First ChristianlIuey
C. Cowart Lawrence Todd both of Starke, 1 Funeral Home in charge of ar Church of Lake Butler with Bro. Bill c .. co . .- .

Mr. Huey C. Cowart age 30, died sister: Mrs. May Belle Carney of rangements Delaney. and follow Smith officiating. ,:" ., ... .. .' .. .: .'w
In
Burial the Mt.
Tuesday, Oct. 6, while fishing at Foley, Alabama. .
Galveston, Texas. Graveside Funeral Services will be Zion Cemetery under the direction of
Born in Starke,Feb.17, 1951,he was conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at Archer. Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
a lifelong resident of this area. He Elsey Chapel in Worthington Springs, 1931 Z-28 Gamaro
was an Army veteran of the Vietnam with Rev. John Hendrix officiating. ( i'1
War and was a carpenter by trade. With Archie Tanner Funeral Home of 10,800 miles silver metallic w/Z-28/ stripes, RWL ,
His father was the late Charlie C. Starke in Charge of Arrangements. 24 Hour Service I tires. AM-FM stereo cass., power steering, power ,'.

Cowart. brakes, air & glass tilt wheel custom interior .
Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Mrs. Elena Bowen Colburn
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Dessie Nix Cowart of Starke; 2 Mrs. Elena Bowen Colburn,68,died Portable Gas & spoiler (front & rear), special suspension pkg., clock, ;,
daughters, Stephanie and Amy Thurs. Oct. 8 after an extended ii- gauges, 350 V-8 w/4-BBL Carb.
Cowart both of Jacksonville. A sister, Ins
Martin of Starke; 4 Mrs. Colburn lived in the Starke Electric I welding Sale $929500Charlene
brothers Tony N.Cowart of Bay town, and Lawtey area for over 15 yrs. She
Texas, A.J. Cowart of Crosby,Texas, was a member of the Friendship Baptist .
Charles B. Cowart and Ernest S. Church of Hamilton. BBQ Grills Entrance Gates
Cowart both of Starke. Survivors include: her husband,
Graveside funeral services were Earnest Colburn of Hamilton; 1 Burgular Bars
held at 4 p.m.Saturday,Oct. 10, in the daughter, Charlene Mercer of
Conner Cemetery. Rev. M.E. Drake, Jacksonville; 2 sons, Robert and Custom Built Bumpers
pastor of the Starke Church of God orHoward Bowen of Starke; 1 stepdaughter
ficiated. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral. Linda Colburn'' Harper of Dupont Metal Buildings, Sales and ErectioijCO'
Home was in charge of the ar Russville, Ala; 1 stepson,Harvey Joe III] 1.aft F250
rangements. Colburn of Hamilton; 2 sisters, Clara meter .. -
Ala. Fannie We .,.
0.Drew Johnson of Haleyville, 3""
Mrs.
Mary Allen of Warner Robins, Ga.; 3 10e \ i r Custom Pickup
Mrs. Mary O. Drew, died Wednes brothers Williard Evans of Orlando, ostfUC.t
day morning at the Bradford Count Fla.Jim Evans of Birmingham, Ala. Grace Welding 28,000 miles, one owner, 351 V-8, automatic
Hospital following and and Fred Evans of Lawtey, Fla.; transmission, power steering & brakes, air cond. & ,

lness.Funeral Services were incomplete grandchildren.Eleven grandchildren and 3 great & FabricationCommercial J tinted glass, step bumper, gauges, knit seat, red wwhite /

at press time, and will be announced Buriel was at the Shady Grove Circle top. ,
later by Archie Tanner Funeral Home .
Cemetery in PhilCampbell Fla.
Keystone Heights $829500
of Starke, Florida. Sale

Dewey Morris Jr.

Mr. Dewey Morris,Jr. 16, died FrlCARD OF THANKS n
day October 9, at Memorial 1 Hospita' Custom Built All Phases :':
in Jacksonville, from reciev J
injuries
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Mr. Morris, born in Virginia mov 1.1 '
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Starke for whethreree years, prayers, flowers, phone calls, cards I 1980 Monza
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ding the Orange Park High School as recent death of our mother. We love. Portable I teamjCleanin. 1 .I '""< ,,,.,...,.. ___. power steering, power-brakes dual mirror;"AM-.....
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Mrs.' Frances McNeish, Stepfather: '
and family 473-3579., r 473-7396 469500Ht
William R. McNeish Sr, both of Itchg 10/15 Sale .
Orange Park,6 sisters: Miss Michelle .
Morris Miss Mary Ellen McNeish .
Miss Misty Rose McNeish, all of
Orange Park; Mrs. Dawn Marie
Blackwell, of Jacksonville, Mrs. a
Deborah Prevatt of Lawtey and Miss 1 "OOD
Virginia Roselee McNeish of Jackson- USDA
virile 1 brother Mr. William R. Eal .
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Mrs. Raymond Holland, of Jacksonville <<'!!
Mr. & Mrs. Edgar: Morris Sr. ACCEPTED 9 IiiI 4 L-e23Q: Ranger Lariat
Mr. Chester T. McNeish, Mrs. June
Malloy of North Carolina, Mrs. Iva 17,000 miles 302 V$,automatic tre.oaellssionpowar. iI: Ilua
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I Harnpton1lt > ,;j. it Klngsloy Lake Baptist M The Store / :
$; Homecoming' Ocf.1d't4! + Eyeglass ,t, ;.
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SUIOItCITIEMi..!", /"" .1!:/ ,TONfelfeMfiNtARy"1Ion lr,Roll 'r\ i''j'I:< I I have tober annual 18,. Rev Homecoming. Paige Bowman Day. >'of-> ; .. rI ; ,: .

The Hampton I SenlotUlt\ : +ltlub "'" Reptfrt' &' rds' went-, home"", with. I Onacock, Va. and former pastor Of' I I ,. .1 It... .. t ,
will meetlii! 'the City> laU 'Frda.," ,u- students;Oli Monday. Tho.,.following I Ic the church,,will speak at the U an, ; '
afternoon, byCtMt6,at 2 phi Everyone. ,< were listed on the A-B Honor Roll for worship service.' There 'will beta Clear '' i'] I
is welcome!:, ''i>*!' ', the first six weeks grading period:'''v dinneron-the-grounh following. the Single Vision. Glass or Plastic.25.00: :
; Jean!,, Clark's, mat grade: Sandra service. Bev. Michael Anderson; .
RUMMAGE:SALE Aviles, Gene Dirt Tina Buckallew. Invites all former members o Clear Bifocal Glass Plastic. : 45.00 I I
The' Hampton Women's Club will Stephanie Cardin Cynthia Casner and pastor.friends to attend. or .' ". . 0 ; .
conduct their second Rummage Sale Angelina Crews Kelly Cribbs Tahra Cemetery cleaning will be held
at the City Hall on,Saturday. begin Francis, DanleJie Hersey.Beth Ken- Saturday, October, 17,. to, prepare for I + or piano to 4.00 sph up to 2.00 eyl Spedal Grinds Priced: Separately
ing at t am. Donation of, good nan; David Smith Sarah Underwood, the Homecoming.
salable items may be left*there FrI- Karen Waldron Crystal Wilson and
Plastic
day evening or early Saturday. Help Johnathan Woodard. In addition on. Frames. 0 0 0 ., start as low as . 12.00
is needed in sorting pricing and sell Friday's spelling test, 14 out of 15 first'

ing merchandise. graders were successful in attaining. a' Metal Frames. 0 0 0 0 start as low as. . 0 25.00
perfect score.
GIRL SCOUTS Vicki Beat's 2nd'' Grade: Scott
Meetings for the Hampton Girl Branham Campen Jessica Early prayer books and Baforo you ordor glassas compare our prices and ...alas.We .
Scouts and Brownie Troops are held Fisher Joey Hall,David Roberts and .church almanacs usually
at Hampton Elementary School on Darlene Rush. printed .ints' dayi and r.- specialize in Eyeglasses and nothing elsel!
Thursdays from 5 to 6p m. Vicki Lawrence's 3rd Grade: ilfllout holidays In red Ink. Bring
Uniforms are needed for these Melissa Byrd and Aimee Hodges. These holidays became festive us your new prescription or have your present lenses duplicated

girls so If anyone has a usable one to Mindy McLean's 4th Grade or "red letter" day.. t::><:
sell or donate they are asked to call Koehler, Sharon Godwin Rhone I Located At:
Linda Fisher at 964-7628 or Betsy Fetes Cindy Davis and Allison Ar- / \ US 301S & Edwards Road
Hersey at 460-2907. chey. I.I The Eyeglass Store Across from Community Bank
Brownies now enrolled are Kim .Claudette Frees' 5th Grade: Tracy
Rowland, Angelina Crews Jessica Bradley,Tina Branham Kevin Clark .. cloths brush 964-8588
Fisher, Danielle Hersey Kelly Quinton Ford, Billy Home Terri Ken hook Keep In the front on hall a OPEN: Monday thru Friday
Cribbs Marcie Carpenter, Tahra nan, Jimmy Long, Marie Long, Rob closet. It can be great for 9 am 5:30 pm
Francis and Mary Wood. Last week Powers and Mark Rhoden.
the girls colored pictures of BrowniesIn Jim Lewis' 6th Grade: Judy I.quick stdashout brush-ups th before e d oor the SOrry No Other Discounts Allowed During Sale Saturday 9 am 1 pm
uniforms to represent each other Cowger, Jessica Fisher Mindy
and played a game, "Good Morning Hersey Bill Seville Kylie Jordan and
Judge". This week they plan to beam Andy Redding. .
weaving using cardboard looms.The Carole Stevenson's 7th Grade:
finished weavings will be mounted on ,Tammy Peeples, Kimberley Smith
wooden dowels to make wall hangings and Kirk Williams _
.,. Parents are requested to sign attached
slips with comments, if any,
CUB SCOUTS and return to school this week.
The first meeting of the HamptonCub Planning Day
Scouts was held Tuesday eveningat Friday Oct. 16, is a Teacher Plan
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James ing Day; therefore, no school is in ses-
I Campen. sion for students. Parents may have
consultation with teachers that day if ,
Condolence they so
Sincere sympathy is extended to desire.New Students -
I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins and all Students enrolling during the past i R1IIEmEIacE : i I
I their family pn the death of their week were Angela Ford, Toni Ric-
granddaughter, Beverly Jo Smith.. citeli Donnie Kane Jeanne Bogunia,.
She was the daughter of Joel and Nikki Bogunia and Johnny Ford.
I Louise Smith of Jacksonville.She was School Pictures
I employed as a nurse in the emergency Students were all smiles when the 11
unit of St. Vincent's Hospital until photographer snapped pictures on
she became ill about two months ago. Tuesday. These photos are necessary
[Beverly Jo was 23 years of age and for school records. Children will have
died last Friday Oct. 9, at St. Via- the opportunity of buying them when.
|cent's Hospital. proofs come in.Halloween.
Carnival
Hospitalized Jolene Froiese. Carnival Chair-
Marklee Norman is a patient at man, expresses the need of hay for .
forth Florida Regional Hospital in the two hay rides to take place at the E4.:5J jN: _
ainesville. We hope he Is feeling Carnival on Oct. 31. It is planned to
uch better now.Hampton have a hay ride around the school WMMMMW MMMHMHMHHH BHB
Christian Church grounds for small children and one to
Members and friends of the Hamp- 'another destination for the older A better to beat the high
n Christian Church enjoyed a group. Hay does not have to be fresh, way
Covered dish dinner in the City Hall on only adequate for the hay rides. of
was the be inning of Donations of country store items cost financing.
heir Revival being held this week are also needed. Handicraft items
plants and good food will be ape -
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.aq M-s"; Sxlvestet. SmltlJd w ibebrayAuua9na' I v.:;' AA
ele the9Y dlng.J'. 'Jtrit5liier- ."1'1.' ns:>! -'iI" ;o I ":Eard,a diTerwillegar rs are offeringvmoney<<; up-front on"some"ofour: "'!"
any t. 11. ....... __ Local
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arcelline M. ifford""P'tWatt Campbell; celebrated ana theirt. Mrs. Displays Artworks best-selling'highest mileage new r981 and 1982 cars. Money to help finance

3rd and 4th birthdays by dining in Paintings and orignal artworks by the new car yon need. It means you can lower your monthly payments by

I|ainesville Polly Woods with was Randy.10 years'old Oct. 1. .display local artist at the Cathy Bradford Wooley County are Public on applying the 'savings to your down payment and borrowing less to begin

ohnny Powers turned 8 on Oct.2. Library now through Oct. 30. with. Or aCheck directly from Ford. It's choice.
get .
your
1 Mrs. Viola Lefebvre celebrated her' Anyone interested in ordering these:,
t. 3rd birthday in Owensboro Ken- pictures or custom made pictures Cash up-front. Others make you wait up to four years to get your full
iicky, where she is visiting relative should call Cathy at 9646066.J.JIlXbU .
i Diana Cardin was 11 on Oct. 3rd.. money's worth. But Ford can put cash in your pocket sooner. Not a reduced
i Frank Sheffield was 15 Oct. 9. Ont.
9 Melissa Payne was 13. Lorie annual.percentage rate, but cash up-front. .

ct.now 10.celebrated Hope Archey her was 15th 3 on birthday Oct 10. Make your best deal. Then top it off with hundreds of dollars in savings.

Jason'Motes was 6 on Oct.. 11. Eric fit h ,considered Save $700 American's, newest two seater: front-wheel drive Ford EXP.
aulkl turned BiOiwOqt.<< 12..lQbbiftl.
adsworthcelebratedger2et0, b-r.1 n R .one fruits of to the.be earliest cultivated.tree Save up to, $500 on front-wheel drive Ford Escort. And save $600 on

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CARS & PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT YARD SALE YARD SALE MISCELLANEOUSOV11ATIRS


WANTEDUNITED TRUCKSDIESEL SERVICES LAKI LOT on sand bottomed 1IR 2BA HOME-CH/A. $350 C-214: House and 10 acres In SATURDAY.ND SUNDAY '

CARPENTER WORKSR.modalingworkg lak. In Hillcrest. $800 per month. Lake .access Clay County on paved.rood. SATURDAY ONlYsouth on Star Rd. 21 North right on ANONYMOUS you I
METHODIST DUMP TRUCK 16yd. kitchen down $146.44 per month. 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 $40.500. K.y..on.H.lght. Hwy.21 right on Peach St.. Gas Lin. Rd.. follow sign, oddlct.d to food? Is your
CHURCH GMC v.ry good condition Phone 473-4038 or FURNISHED/ COTTAGII second house on .the 1.1 t.
Realtor items the
cabinet and trim Realty baby a/c and much weight affecting way I
Needs a nursery attendant 6300. call 473-2867 Sat.and 473-4367 oft.r 6 p.m. bedroom 1 bath 9:00 till...
Reasonable furnished 4734961. Itchg 10/08 a.m. Itchy mor.1tchg 10/15/ you live your life? Call
for Sunday mornings for Infant Sun. onlyl) Itpd 10/13 carpenter tfnchg 7/30 ID/IS
prlc*. Call Ed Dempsey at cottag. on Llttl lak fit HAVI MOVCDI Selling O.A. No du., no feet, no
up to 3 year old. If LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Geneva $225 month. HOMES FOR
Interested call Mon. W.d, 473-3477: aft.r 6 p.m. Keystone Height' ,. owner p.r excess Items. Sat., Oct. 17, welgh-ln. Open meeting
WANTEDWILL Keystone Heights Realty I Tuesday night at 7:30
tfnchg 7/2 SALE pm III and Sunday Oct.
b.tw..n 9-1
or Flrdays financed 10 percent Interest -
Realtor 473-4961 tfnchg '
CARPENTRY ANDMASONAIY 18. SR-315. east tide, of p.m. at St. 'Ann. .
473-3829 lots on clear sand ADULTS ONLY 2 BR .1 BA. '31128* HOME In SlIv.rRldg. Huntl.y Episcopal Church
CLEANING AND CHILD SHARE EXPENSES for WORK build bottomed lak., priced to Located In city of Keystone overlooking Silver RexifeHirn'sSERVICES Hall Lak., McRa. com. Keystone
CARE30 hours at 335. rid. from K.y.ton. patios,addition, remodeling I- sell from $9,900. On. to '' munity. Item too Heights.
miles
Heights $195.00 mo. lak. Two lo'K.yston. '
p.r I Meeting also h.ld
homes and tile work.Also
Non-.mok., preferred Heights' to Orang. Park In five acre overlooking lake K.y.ton.. Heights' Realty, .schools,on coun- numerous to mention.. Thursday at 9:30 in
: a.m.
call 473-3944 Itchg 10/15 afternoons.' Call 473-2241. painting. Free (access available) with Realtor. 473.1961.9/21 tfn own.d roads. $41,000. Com fee Louis. Starling
ty the Storke Recreational
LICENSED REAL ESTATE 10/08 2tchg 10/15 during estimates.day.Phon.tfnchg 473-4473 8/6 nits tree from $3,900, NOW BUILDINCLeasIng 11 I 3/4% mortgage. .I,I! 471-4340' 473-3097. Itchg 10/15 .Bldg. In Stork.. For Information
SALES PERSON needed HYPNOSISopenlng practice $500 down. $50 a month. 1,000 sq.ft. at Hwy 100 and 3760078. tfnchg618'U.NISHED of emergency help,

Call G.n. Reese Realty of Mark David WI... 8.A.. Commercial frontage-. Hwy 21. Also 3OOO.q.'t.ln MO.IU'' 11 I 473.4252Rp.irs MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS call 473-2790 or 9648587.
473-7031 Ev.s., call Now offering services for Investment ,opportunity. front of Keystone Heights HOME57xl2, good condlI I, tfncha 8/27
473.3265. 10/01 4tcha prescription hypnosl. for SR21N. Owner-salesman. Post Office. Call 473.2149 tlon 100x1 SO landscaped Of Mer| ANONYMOUSclosd
traddltlonal and Individual 473.4375. tfnchg 8/6 or 473-2014. 4tchg 10/1 lot. hade tree, all elec- '{ Electric ApplloiKee5ervng mtlngt Monday's at 8 BINGO..AMIRICANIECION

application (smoking AKC DOBERMANS-Top 10/29 trie wother/dryer-20,500 j ; p.m. Open meetings Fri HAU. SR21.
Bradford clay
DISCOUNTFOR weight' control doctor quality only. You or. Invited ON HIGHWAY lOOl Thr. BTU'.. a/c, wall to wall day's 8 p.m. Alanon- Saturday. 7 p.m. and Sundays .
LU 10 referral, .tr... reduction to visit our kennels. bedroom log cabin, fur. carpet, front and back pore jch. { CounHe. Monday at 8 p.m. 2 to 5, Public invited
CASH) etc.) Please call Golnmvllle, 4751228. nished. $250 p.r month ... Utility house, city I 1.-.,wI. Keystone Alate.n-Monday's 7 p.m. tlnchg IO/15
Examples from our large selection 376-3343. for appointment. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN plus ..-'ity deposit. water security light,i r, All m..tlngs at the Educational
: tfncHg 8/6 tfnchg 7/2 ....7. .4351. .(,".,5/08'. 21chg. Paradise. Ridge. KH. Cern Building Community "... ,.,,, .
%-ACRE LOTS'"for sale from" .V/fS: ......_ ,, .. ..
Lake Hampton Oaka 'on ys.301:} UNWANTED* +.. ,HAIR ; ;: "rSt'Gord.n aniJGoIf gt. .L .u. .a-L
$2.993.'t'.' tltte4., ;'with.-:!ON lAd ,_lJ! "
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1/2 Acre. . . .. $3950 Calf Why ..ttl.for for temporary? tfnchg lok. 618'DUPONTE acces*. 377-2808. bedroom$250 per house,mortth*,fo>; rent'call, Priced Barr -272$14,000 Malms move. 32666 In.., .....:Starke Ads\: cdnt'dlPERSONAL (j 'd" : I
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1.89 Acre. . . . 7950 4737033. Amy'. Electrolysis. 23X50 METAL half BUILDING, fenced I-786-O054 Itpd. 10/15 I luni... ........ ._ :. ., ,
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Keystone Oaks on Rt 100 490 LawrenceBlvd. with
loned business. Own.rFinanced
., Keystone. 9/24 tfn fireplocerwalk to school STEVE BROADWAY PERSONAL PERSONAL

1/2 Acre . . . $2950 EXPERT carpentry gr.at 10/8 1029DOGHOUSE 473-4667 4tchg Peach St., central heat, TREE SERVICE i SERVICESCOOL SERVICES'SIGN SERVICES
referrence, satisfactionguaranteed. dlshwoiher solar wat.r
1 Acre. . . . . $3950 Call 475-2834 : N.w. For larg. heater, $280 per month Removal i
dog wat.r bed Included. SEAL FOR TRAILER/ PAINTING Commit

1.5 Acre. . . . $4750 p.m.before 9/24 8 a.m.tfn or .after 7 S.. Sears ,Roebuck 8044635642.call 473-2539 Itpd 10/15 or Trimming ; TOPS material labor clol and private. W* Will CARPENTRY Remodeling, no plumbing.fr. WORKS.

Keystone Golf & Country Club YARD WORK mowing catalogue far details. ON CATORBONE IAKS2 furnished. $75.00.. design Call 9.64-8669 .. estimate Goodreferences.
Bargain, $70. Contact Fret Estimate .31.1827.4/16 tin.ILL'S .
save before 3 496-3291
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housework plus story 3'bedrooms, 11'0'both. \ p.m. Call Glen Nettle -
New section opening along the custom sawing.cypr..sand T. Stanley. 4751121.1008 central heat and air, !' SAW SHOP Complete/ anytime. 7/2 tfn. ., '964-6341 or Arthur
2lehg 10/15 sharpening service, circular
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Call 388.0832 alter Master 964-3882,
475.1 carport.
heights of No. 3 4 & 720 475-1270.3tchg lOX SPRINGS Double hand carbide
5 bed ,
fairways. 10/1 10/15 6 pm. Itchy 10/13 473-4732 AGB'EI.CtronlcSTechnology.I anytime.' 10/08 2tpd 1O/I3
from., n.w. $100 chain mow.r blade hollow .
Contact,Vocational
FURNISHED
Unreal views NEED A HOUSEon Big
BABYSITTER I willbabysit *
for 473-7348. Itpd 10/15 lake Brooklyn 2 After 3 P.M. ground and balanc.d.. C.nt.r 9646150.Itchg DO YOU MAIL, CHRISTMAS
child
New % acre lot home. $38,500 horn)on Bedford your Lok.in five my ELECTRIC STOVEgood condition bedrooms, 'wall to'; 'wall Keystone Heights Leave at Jackson Building 10/13 .., .. GIFTS' Sop! !t'me' ,,money
day. a week, plus hot $65. 10 speed bicycle, carpet, no'pet. $185 per Supply In Stark, Keyiton ALTERATIONS' SBVf-, 'fI'uf : p'Qafag.. Call
meals. 473-4064 Itpd 2 surfboards-price month phone 473-4491 III 1111111f111111111111 Height' or lak Butler INOtOressmaklng.: Custom 9648813. No ,obligation.

Acreage tracts, from 2V acres '10/13 negotiable. Also go stove Itpd 10/15 TFchg mad. Call 964-8074, 10IStpd ,;
with electric tak.n ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSi -
oven
GENE REESE anytime 10/08ltehg 10/29
BABYSITTING In home BLISSFUL PRIVACY on lak
on both 21 & 21B. from 6.30: am tit my 6 pm. In- from mobile hom., $35. Carlton 3 BR..1 BA. mobil* REALTY ,DESIGN YOUR 'OWNFUTUREilnduttrlol WILL BABYSITi; In my horn..
fants or toddl.r.. Metros 'Call473-2479. Itchg 10/15 .. 21x12 storage and Phone 964-3148. or 9647619., : Oral- Lowl.". ..782.3,168.Se .
24FT. HARRIS BOAT laundry 1-car TFchg ting Contact, Vocational//i'> .IQ/ "
area. Call 479-1113 or bldg.< GENE .IISI.REALTOR ony'I" $ G.lchtl
Excellent terms: 473-7060 47S-1084. 10/08 2tcho (pontoon boot) 60hp. garage, 132 ft. on Joke. SEWING MACHINES Cantor, 9646150. Itchg i Lyra :w1, ;

,WORKINO CLASS HEROESEmployment Johnson. $2.800 $28,000. Keystone Height BIO BEDFORD LAKE ".. IBA RSPAIRIDi All make 10/13
Jack Court-nay A JUsoo. REAITOW* Srvk. Serving 1.768.0054ltpd 10/13 Realty Realtor 173.4I.Itchy Mobil. hem an 1+ cleaned oiled and adjuted. CLEANING SERVICES
.
at Kai T stone Hgtt Boll Courxt Keystone Height' and GAS home.HEATERfor In A-1 condition.mobile 10/08 acre. 100 N. lofcef rant. Majestic guaranteed$15. Jam Work. horn General or cleaning office Call for Jean-your', r
Metros ..
Low f.
area live_k..A.sum.blIede
473-3852 2tpd 10/15 10/22 '''t Strickland cornr MorganRd. nle. 961.8350.10/01 tfnchg
473-4472. 10/08 tfn ; 31000. and Hwy 16. TFchg FIX IT IN A WC WAYtHeavy 4-frvckPrtvert
Ii LANE LOTS BLDG. LOTS CHAIN LINK FENCES (Iristoll- Equipment Mechanics.; CkN..vylgvlpnw.l
Owner financed .t 12% Interest ed. Free .estimate Handy- i Contact'Vocational Center.
I with 20% 40_. Man F.nc. Co: 9648559. 964.6150'Itchg10/15 I TOU-MfIt 1 d*
Union County Ads. I L.F.tedlle' Keystone TFpd. 1281.TYPIW.ITEIt "t.. 11aa+anest 1

HtI /M.lltO.. ... REPAIR. Call
'"'J':_.. uiiaing irs .JTWITupl the Offic Shop 110 W. WANTEDGOOD '
WANTED
.. .' .Lak lot $8,000rUp..' Call St..Stark, for detail,
Comm.r'ICI'1
Lay.r
I 9645764. tfn. : Housing;
PERSONAL INSURANCEMAINES REAL FOR SALE R SALE AFFORDABLE GLASS CUT TO ORDERS PRfCSS PAR for used! for 35.50,000 bird. In
SERVICES Custom built MH en Vtcr Door, window, etc. mobile.. home If mortgage Oct.-Nov. Guaranteed I
INSURANCE AGENCY ESTATE shaded lot. 2 BR 2 BA. .
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
1 7B "II. paid or OLIN'SMOBILE alary. Central
BRONCO TRUCK SELPCONTAINEOI more. Soya Co.
160 Lak Ave., Lak. ir FULLY
: S. Owner will finance with
CUSTOM 9646078. Order also
Fr.. .MADE.tlmat.DRAPERIES.. Local Butler. 496-3978. Complete lOOKING FOR a special Yellow. and black, PS P8. Air conditioned Irovel 15% dawn. $,.Iao. taken In ,Lak* Butler t64.5606.IOpon HOME 7 SALES, Call Gary Pool '((904)) 1.
AC. days 264-4773.
distributes for completelywashable Insurance Service. TFN piece of property If I Idon't big. lira; new 331engine. trailer. Phone 93M090 or WHITE SANDS SAKE 496-3079 and Keystone. weefcty. *'
TFchg
have It. I'll find It Just $3.000. Phon. 494-2281 1 19/19,
pd
nationally ask.. :-JANC S. .431-1600 after 5:30: p.m. IBR IIA Frame cottage *n Height, 479-4973... 2/26. WB BUY AXLES a TtRESi w
'USHER. .
advertised Gord..". FOR RENT REALTOR .. 440-2126 2tchg 1081013.HOTPOINT .beautiful tree .h* Draperies. saw Enter 490-2903. .v.... "Your or REFRIGERATOR WANTED;; White .seed beech. PUT YOUR GREEN THUMB to Del to CHIns MM. Hwy. 10O 2.27 acre heavily weeded.
prises. Ed or Lama work in Horticulture trainIng. W 5to"' .. 9645606. TFchg
Methodist SeSM Cesh .
Church 17.4Cubk
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS Union CountRealtor, tfn r or Sub. Term
3/1/80TFN.Stephen. 496-2219, For 1 end 2 3/26. Feel good condition MOIIIE HOMOL.WANTED! $47.000.Offlc*.473-7 7* Center.. Contact 964-6130.Vocational WANTEDt Used tools, .both .............

bedroom mobile home FOR All YOU REAL ESTATE $100 or best offer. Will pay coth for your usedmobile I_.. ''''.Greek* 10/13 Itchg mechanic and carpenter' HWY I WE-1 Ac. lot-$6.000.
CUSTOM COMBINE '
WORKS Phone 964-8331 .......
available Nov. 1. furnishedor NESDSiColl Venero Brown Phon. 496-2331. ItchgW horn. Powell, or ......
Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or Ray ,.47S-36SO NEW AND USED WATER 468-1531.9/11
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496-2903. TFN 8/20. ,,,unfurnished centeral 4963022. Sandy Hasen FORD F-IOO PICKUP 6 496-3377. TFN 4/16. CONDITIONER Soles and WANTED Mobil.tnchg.Horn.AxI Country Clwb-Hwy.230.3
heat and air no pet. 496-3994 eve or Oerrl lennon Cyl., stick shift excellent Ac. Zoned R1A S20.000.
BABYSITTING thru Service. Call for free I .
Monday I water.analyst the
Paying bet
Friday. Snacks, hot lunch. Phone 496-2366, Pine. c 496-314O. Tiffin and condition 1 low mileage. and Information. for good condition axles price. 'a. .**..s..a.
Mobile Park. TFN 10/13. Owens, Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 $2,400 firm one owner- '
W.II fenced 9645673. 3/12 tfn. 10
supervised 964.8331.9/11 c Aereslergo barn,
TYPEWRITERS. AND ADDING Box 73$. Lake Blltl.,.' Fl. Joel Emerlck'3943395.2tpd tnchg
yard. Ask for Evelyn at MACHINES FOR tfn cha. 8/6. 10/1S 10/22-::- Classified. WOULD WOOD APPtXl TO, ,WANT TO lUVt used locked pond $23.000.

I 496-3923.WOULD TFN LIKE 10/1.TO KEEP RENTS Union County Time*. l7 GOLD DUSTERS_ 31 B, ,Contact VOUTCorpentry Vocational training.Center.. machines.typewriter ?Must and adding b* 'In 'I' S400O, dn..**Aswm....**...mte.
85 SW 2nd Av*.. Lak..utl.r. loaded new tires, $1200.
CHILD Of 9646150.
YOUR any og.ln ] Itchg 1O1SBRADFORD' working condition *Acresi
W. also repair' of- Phone 496-2911 after 5 Well. power pole.
home Monday thru Friday SEPTIC TANK 964-5764. tfn 2/12. '
my $10,20.
.. 10/1S. G Results,
lice machine Phone p.m.ltpd
from 7 a.m. until 6p.m. 496-2261 Informa e SERVKEt: Bradford County MOBILE HOMI Axles with .....".*"
lunch and snacks. for more residential .
Hot .
pump-outs. tire. Will $123.
Phon
Call 496.3731.2tchg 10/15 tion. TFN 10/1. VSNERA BROWN '* TIFFIN a OWENS. INC. $50. W* also ,..lay drain '964.5001.9/312tpd pay 11/19. W3.ST'-' Lt. ,1"...

10/22. HELP WANTED 494-922 Briton line, Phon 9648121. BABYSITTER NSEDEDi .....*..*..
YARD SALE. 506 SW 13th St. -'i' )V (NOw. 1 unlarr.nck. 5/2S Tfchg.,, 2:30-3:30 p.m.. Monday''
High Cost( of Got 'You Down? STITCHtS Jan s$111.. StarlinG''
Lake Butler Friday and JOBS OVERSEAS. BIO' Offic* Living .GO FROM : TO thru Wednesday. High
Saturday.. Oct. 16 and 17, 9 MONEY FASTS $20.000 to .M4022 1 RICHES. Clothing construc school student preferred." I. ......., 7t23t3lMIckeelB.Ceeney:

a.m. until 6 p.m. Itchg $30.000 plus par year. Call I l.enon.bt.. irs7A1NM3M1..... .:tion. Contact Vocational' Sasrotogtr Height area. '. ,
10/13. I-7I6-842-6OOO Ext. 5009. 7 j. 196354 '. Center964413O.. Itchg Call 964-6303, ask. for 1 Reel.*r As** ......1127
WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMES Trod t 0/I 5. I LAKE BUTLER. .. APARTMENTSNow 10/13 Susan, tfn 1f1lCh.- '
Monday thru Friday hot .
meal Phone 496-3488 Mlka McNabb t ACRE LOTS Wooded partially cl.ard. taking' applications for 1-2-3-4: BR

TFN 10713. Mobil' homes allow d. Off SR-121 on (ml. ( These ,all SmaflClassified
electric
August
WI REPAIR APPUANCESi,, occupancy.
Roof Repairs Road. Owner Flnancad. '
Spring
{units ,with lots of closet '
and Lown.-.n.ln.tollrug carp., antenna, Sky Ughts ktslalB 01 .3.M ACRE LOT high and dry. Vary woodad. are spacious, Ads

pump, cut and Insfol Buttes tastalEdM i Owner IInancad, only $500 dn. Off 23*. f space, and,all,have ,wall-to-wall.earpet. Bring Ng Results! ,

glass. See u* for furniture Mto Home notltRtpaEftd .'.ft RESIDENTIAL! lOTiHighway frontaga. Ejing) .drapes and kitchen*,appliance. ;On ,invest .

appliance; lawnmower lovaly ho......lf.. |site laundry:! :facilities Rental assistance $2.50 today' caB the Telegraph' (SlarVe) ,
TV. {)carpet,. rug water : f rr 954-3305 the} MonlJor
'Numlpumm for H
pump. River Hardware Rajf CtOag: qualified applicants. ; (Keystoole'. ., t'1)

and Furniture 89 Eat Main astdd,, .' :w. haw top quality tIC...... with offordobl. For ''.applications and information; 473-2210; or the Union CeuMyiTlme3 (Laka

32034.Street lake Butter, Fl. audfy WrkRUaslllpat 'prk.... laaklnfl for formic raal attato or 'Inva please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake (' Butter) 495-2261 f TGCAYL .
p"4962241. !
piles .tmanf praprtyf Call Us. W.want to'wortc f Butler ; Florida 32054 or' CaD -"14C L
Open Monday thrv Saturday's flit .. ,--, :-; .... 0) Ad Dead '

10/13. *a.-6.- .'p.m.' 1..chg .4 3: .for. jaw. .. )ht< ", Equal Housing Opportunity,,. ; Tuesdiy, t Ho n .

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:,: CLASSIFIED AD .FOR' RENT FOR SiI lE FOR SALE 'CARS aTRUCKS HOMES HOMES

.i. : Deadline for a classified !
FOR SALE FOR SALEFOR
: ad is TUESDAY MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
':: ; NOON USED NEWSPAPER
... ROUND MAPLE TABLEl With "
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preceding Thursday NOME PARK mobile home ALUMINUM PLATES 24 M' four chairs, $35: 2-twin 77 NOVA 2-door 6 cyl.: '
end \ eru/illegar
I' before publication. space for rent. 36" 29* each. Bradford bed., $40. All In good con Automatic trans., power KEYSTONE-ITARKE AREA SALE OR KENT$18.000.

;.- Minimum, charge $2:50 welcome.Recreational, Phone Vehicle 468-2912. County Telegraph dition. Call 468-1427.< Itpd uteerlng. $1900. Call New home for sale. Also Near town and church. 911 (
(Cover 15 Words)' 964.6305 tfn. ions 9648503. lOllS 2t. quality built home, $22 St. Clair SI. 2 IR. 1 BA

: '. Each word over'13 is 10' HOUSEKEEPING TFchg! and deep. NEW CARPET, NEW ft USEDiFurniture REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER: 1970 BUICK LESABRC Four per,sq. ft, built on your lot. frame .hem*, Phone (
Appliances double door, $190'phone door: good condition. or our*. Adam a Hall owner 964-7707 or
Not responsible for Ing TV and Air
errors room. Plumb fixtures. and pip. ..
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Underwood Encore, 964-5648. llchg PS/PS: ; automatic 473-2096 or 479 2128. 964-8791,
Motel 3 mile
I" when given over the BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 lass transmission. $400. Call TFchg. 21
. North ''of Starke ACRES 3 BR home CH/A, PHONE 964-7776
phone or when copy Is not 301.10/9 tnchg on Hwy South, 964-6679 2/5 M r-T, VAN TRAILER for Mary 964.8131, 10/08 2tpd :2-car garage, large barn. CICILIA ,
and tfnchg. storage use only. With axle 10/15 HOMES .1' lleWILLtGAa 205 N.. Temple Stark
: typed brought to the MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 $22,000 down balanceassumable
t, LIMEROCKt 20 yard eml- $490.00 Call 782-3321. JEEPS CARS. PICKUPSfrorn Strawberry Acre 3BR, .
lofflr.II.f. and Hwy. 16 and 225. mortgage of JBf<'' m"I
.
: leads only. .Phone Itpd 10/15 Available local 2BA. '.21 arras. fenced
Clean) Call 468.1323.3/12 $39. at $38.400 at 9H ITS INCHEOIIUlf
7B1-3173 Lawtey ALIEN stacked pandi. $31,000faaaraaaffa payments
: : CALVES Holstein calve, government auction For '
: WITH PEOPLE
tin
nom TOUCH
TAYLOR 7DO.DROP.IN'/ "". $339 per mo. By owner, wrf '
I
200-225 Ib $129.00 each. call
Surplus Data
3 U. I BA directory '-
YARD SALE LIVING ROOM 964-7981. lOllS
BARGAIN 964 6928. Itchg 10/15 Center ((419)) 330.7800. lawtey: 3 BR 1 blk.' from Itchg SPECIAL
': dining room kitchen HOUSli 301 South weed school shady.$36.000. 10 ACRES; Bahla" pasture
ALICIA HAYS No 10/08 4tchg 10/22 PRICED TO SELL
:: FIVE FAMILIES Friday and central heat and air. In 964.6740. We Buy end Sell highly fertilized. Horse 1976 HONDA CIVICiSI900 Reduced 22000. pond; hug oak and pecan
.J. Saturday. 9 a.m. til) 6 p.m.. Hampton. Phone 468-1779. Used Furniture and Appliance quality 2002.50 Vlrlgl' John. WhisperingPines .ffa.afaafa trees; 3 BR 1 BA home,. Beautiful lot on Lake Geneva
per
:= Cloths, toys, lot of (Ut month rent In advance *. 8/13 tI... bale. 964.7789. Guinea Hwy. 301. Storke, Extra nice. 38R ho",.- double garage; barn. New SR-100. 24200. 1/2 Now and 1/2
,: goodies. 1300 Pratt St.. In ) 5/7 tlnchg PURl BRED REGISTERED Lawtey. 924.000. Owner
pigs, $5.00 each. 10/15 Florida. 1 Ipd 10/15 carpet and vinyl $96,000. January 4, 1982
. Saratoga Height, Itpd TRAILER LOTSi high and dry; ANGUS BULL 3yr. old. 'I... Submit term*. Ph. 964-9368.
2tchg 1974 CMC 3/4 TON PICKUPl350
. :" loss oak hade tree; 2 mile Phone 964-B3S6. James *****....*.** Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
COCKTEILSi Have cinnamon
engine 4-speed '
. Ml. a SAT.t Oct. 16 t 17. South on 301, 9648233.3 Catkins, TFNchg514.RICONDITIONED and pied grey colored transmission runs; good. Award Winning newly low .maintenance adult housing offering charm
; HELP
" Baby cloth*. 0-2 yr.; tin.KITCHENETTEEFFICIENCY. TVSr Color birds for tale. Call $1100.00 Call 964-8503 remodeled home en Hwy. comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
.' .; dishwasher; chair and lot. starting at $100.00. 9049645958. 100E Must tee ta ap- WANTED starting? $13.400.
anytime after 4 p.m. 10/152 tc>a
: of other ltm. On. block ROOMS 'for rent at I low Trade-Ins welcome. Phone Itchg 10/15 predate. Screened par* * * * *

off SR-100. by Paradise weekly rate Call Temple 964-8312. 6/11 tfn. S GOATS: 3 nannies. 2 1970 Sedan CADILLAC OeVllle. Good 4-door, ches, front ft back, utility LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER to .IAK1 SANTA Pi_Custom built 2 story nearly n.wl: BR

. Lak. |In Sunrise' Park. Motel 964-7397. 9/17 tin/ WATKINS, PRODUCTS billies, $30.00 each Call condition. J.A. running Rutflnin m-workshop can. H/A help with *ml-lnvalid. 3 .. 2200 *q. ft. an 1 acres deck I balcony f fireplace -
, Keystone Height. look for DUPLSXi Gelrjer Road. 2 Known for its famous liniment 9646239. Itpd 10/15 473-4654. tfn range refrig., $45,000. Salary plus room and stove, refrig. ft trash compactor oversized 3 car garageCHIA -
bedroom. Control heat and 10/15 .....*00 0 f0 0
ilgni. Itchg lOll and vanilla ..xtract'and SNAP CORN By the ton. beard Call 964-9899 ,, celling f...., carpeted shades B drapes, water
FRI ft SATs 9 am til??? air. Available now... $Zl5 much more. 10 percent breaking now. Coll Super Bargain,SIR 2Ba enI lucllla ,Mundorff. 639 E. I .softener burglar ft fire alarm, complete sprinkler
Miscellaneous items. Crlffl per mo. plus .curltvd.po.lt. discount to all Senior lot In SeuthgelewIVx3' lauro St..' 8/27 tfn. .
Call 964-9630 after 5 p.m. tchg COMMERCIALPROPERTY o; system, paved driveway fruit trees 10' on water R19
loop. Follow ilgn. 964.8110. Cltlien. .Also have party lolls screened patio RN. AND LPNsi If you'd like
9648138. Itchg 10/19 day and 964-7992 evenings plan. Call utility IIldllPrle.. InCr patio wall R20 ceiling Invest new $110.0001
anytime to stay active jn.your.PCOfesilon -... .
I and weekend 10/01 ''ROU rntOOM TO ROAM;" B acre*B nearly new largeattractive
'urn. lawn tool,
: FRI a SAT Oct.16.17.8 am 9646279.1008 tfn misc., but don want to
Oil?? Furniture antique, 2tchg 10/08 NORGI DRYER: Need belt MOBILE riding lawn mower, work all of the time and brick home. MIA fully Insulated. 2 car
MINI
BRADFORD
glassware, silver truck 3 ROOM APARTMENTS replaced. Used very little HOMES washer ft dryer, refrig., don't want all the haul of garage.fireplace* burglar alarm system Intercom with
Adult only off WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX In !beck perch water softener one of
topper. LWB 1974 pickup; no pet Like new. $100 Will consider range $55,000. a big hospital w* have an stereo screened
1967 Eldorado. lot of street' parking call trade 7823329. Itpd FOR SALE for sole. 80 pet. *.**0 5.****0 038R opportunity for You the lets with home has well septic tank B electricity 8 can

mist; 21/2 miles on SR 964-8493. tfn 10/15 10/1J owner financing availableat 2Ba... Spanish, style can work In you.a small have a trailer.COUNTY .
16E N.E. 13th St.. first ON LAKE GENEVA USED REFRIGERATORS Excellent 1911 MOBILE .HOMES 11 lor pct l'/i acre Phone with I I home an spacious lot In hospital in Starke and will ESTATE :- CB home 4 year old with appro

house on I.ft. Itpd'10/13 Keystone, 2 bedroom condition SI 00 and payment darting at room 173.2735.9/21 expansion. tin I Sta..... $32,000. work with you to arrange a 2000 .*.. ft. plus 24 acre en SR 11 near Hampton lake 3
.... ...
house, kitchen equipped.AC owner II *****
BIG BARN SALE Used Sear. Kenmore .S barns, pond fenced I
Friday up $147.00 month. 'John I schedule that fits your BR 2 B,t fireplace, CHft large
and Saturday. Furniture, Good beach $290 per gas' stove, excellent Brown per Mobil. Home I.. Country On 1 acre 'lot 3 lifestyle You'll b* able to crassfenced Amazing value 113000.

dki, tool, cloth. (baby mo. -786-0094. I tpd cond.. $75 and up. Ph. Center, 473-3779.4/9. IHOP FOR SALE OR RENT .1 IR 1 BA p.rtlally.co..... choose what day and 'COUNTRY CLUE!.' New 8. luxurious'well designed. B well
and adult), torn dishes, 10/15 964.7'251.10/08 2tpd 10/15 1800 sq feet carpet air ileted frame home with shifts. you work. Pay I I. built brick- with fireplace huge walk-In closets Perfect
motorcycle, lots of other APARTMENTS. 2 BR, $275; 1 OAK FIREWOOD. FOR SALE GIGANTIC, tfnchg. .CLEARING SALE. heat. 108 E Call St. Call Hacked pond $19,500. competitive and generous for the family that lev.* golf a tennl

thing 301 South across BR, $250: Efficiencies Truckload $10.00. Call sell., 964.7189 or 9M.S648.Itchg Janet M. Starling shift differential are paid. YLJKE- Brick duplex Rent or use as home!
$200. Electric Included. 1980 model priced to
Indian River fruit Sunshine Acres, 964.7699, 10/19
from Realtor 712-3931 For more Information contact M1 S 33 ACRES B. HOME On .f Bradford's finest
964.840.. 1 10/15 With Rebate
stand red barn look for tchg or come out between 9:30, Program. Michael the Wellness Person"
B.CooneyAssac. with 9000,, Ft. plus line hand-
residences
MOBILE HOME Grlltli loop election choose ever acreage
to
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and and w.11lood. Large PROMISING BUSINESS farsale
10/15 tfn 3:00: :
Ign. pm nol Registry 720 SW Second .
948827fnchg
barn, rail fence 'Impeccably maintained.WASHINGTON
split
2 bedroom, furnished.Call torn
FRISSATi Oct. 16 & 17. FSPHou.lng 10/08 tfn from. COMMUNITY low down paym.nt.Owner Avenue, Gainesville
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commercial Charmcomfort I
Area, off SR-16 on 964-8077 or 964-7041.- AKC BOXERSi Registered MOBILE HOME SALES factory financing. Call The WPR I I. located In Suit. 319 W. Zoned -
Circle Dr. Watch for (Ign.. I tpd 10/15 male. Fawn with black owned and operated. 964-7189. Itchg 10/15 103 of the Physician Plaza of older' ham with traditional fireplace .and eat-
9 am* III 5.pm Children 3 BR. 1 1/2< BA HOME Stave, mask $130.00. Call Highway 301-N, Storke. CUSTOM HOMES: 'now across from Alachua In kitchen. 1000 sq. ft. CM*A, carpeted drapes 4 extra

clothe; household Item; refrig., CH/A, Plnebreei 113.4309.10/08 3tpd 10/22 Open 7 day a week. 8/20 under construction General Hospital. For lot owner financed
3-pd 'bicycle, need Subdivision. First and lat RYE GRASS SEED Wrens. sin PROFESSIONAL OFFICE; 'In overlooking Stark Country more Information, call .'SQUARE ACRES plus horse barn set up for mobile

work.. $7.00 4311853. 1 month In. advance $230 Abruiil. Rt. 2, Box 2..1. n MODEL: Jetliner clean downtown Storke-Dentist, Club. Adorn and Hall 373-4990 weekday. 8:30: home with well septic tank I electricity 7 acres cleared
tchg lOllS Coll 964 5904 before 6 p.m. 964.S219.3tehg completely empty unfurnished Doctor Real Estate Builder Phone 473-2096 am to 5 pm. 10/08 Jtchg '..ced. crossfenced $18,100.4. mile NW of Stark,

THURSDAY-SATURDAY*' Itpd 1015.DOUBLEWIDE. USED SEARS WOOD reduced to $2.790 Agents. :Etc '15.000.00 or 475.2128.64 TFchq. 10/19 'MOOKlYFflAICi-Coi Beard B Batten cottage, CHIA

Frig., vac. clnr compactor; MOBILE HEATER $450 cash. 4 pe. call 782-3329.10/13 down and assume 1st mortgage AND BUSBOY ApplyIn with deck.
canoe tall boot; poker HOMEi 3 BR 2 BA CH/A;. sectional' living room suite, (possible 2nd more 3 BR HOME Work shop, 400K person at Western Steer 1111 BESSENT BO.-large cosner lot. nicely landscaped .
table chairs truck Gelger Rd. Call 1-236-4300 nile $100) cash can tagage at ,,10 Interest barns, trailer hook-up, on I fenced back 14'x
; ; toper; green Mobile Home percent Steakhoua; US 301 South '3B8 2B CHB.A, plus' attic fan, patio yard
riding lawn mower; fish (Ocala) I tchg 10/15 be seen at 117 E. Laura, ). Total 9 acres. SR.100 S. Call Starke. Itchg 10/15 i M1 lighted! shed.

g.ar; clothe; fireplace OFFICE OR STORE BlDOi for mornings. 964.6037 or 12x55 3 bedroom, Price.$17,900. Call 964.8350. $18.500 10/01 FIREMAN High school .HOLIDAY INN HOUSE... Specious, brick 4 BR, 2 6A,

,screen wIg 1011. tool: carpeted.lease or 213 rent.E. Call CH/A St., 9645810. 10/19 2tchg.. 1968 Gregory. For 964.8206. tfn 10/15 tfncho graduate, C Chauffeur' CH/A fireplace,carpet dishwasher stove, carport paved

toV.1 gom.*(table aw and SEVERAL' ITEMS Moving license Prefer someone driveway.fencd-$45,000 assum. mtg. of $27,000 .
lumber). NE 2nd Ave.. Phone'1-236-4300 (Ocala), tabletop hairdryer, $20; information call r with experience, certification
9%%. Mo. $264.54
pints
1 10/15 .
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SAT. OCT. 17s Two famllle. BR. $50; 30-gallon i council and.flrat.aid. -
9 am II 9 pm. Clothing; lur<.,,,.,eAh9m...wthorge) ) living aquarium $20: linger ila- II .'. PROFESSIONAL' TREESERVICE.. A Shift fworkli\ .Frlngobenvfitv >I I1card. .lall..dry.r4I"'op." .fireplace, 'Indoor pool.DAVib'ST .less .

nlture; Tri-Ch.m producU.ilawley. ,, ,,ioofn), ;." dining room; kit- _Z.Q,. $7S.. .goiL.. ... .,, 1 I vAll :Insured .''v .Pay-Grade' .. 11 O''SO' Nine ecre more or ewnerfinanced
"'+ eher it'.ereeTtad'pal'eh:'hand 2nZ,13re .. hat potential for mobile home pork.
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II nr-3O'1': 10/t5.ttpdl.; I ." 'F.8f..E! ESTIMATES, >,(.S..3S0.(0)) Apply City/ all. .
J. l 1 RAIFORBFrem.:3 BR I B C"roll"or. I stable pool
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per mpsCo533.281a :s1)GLE$, HEATER Kerosene .
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1 Itchg 10/15 o' '533.296. circulator; 2.50 gal. drum Beagle, appro MllilnSll'1 r \ ,.r, ,, (.Calllllitmal D. Nettles' ... than Oct. 19 1981. Itchg fenced I crossfanced only $33.900.
SAT. OCT. 17i$ 9 am til 4 pm. 10/15 4 tchgIeITCHINITTE. w/land plus 50 ,gal. old. lost In 111. r 4384731 Lak Bulls' 10/19 r 1091 COU1Y RD.: Brick 3 IR. I'B VA loon of
On Old Butler Rood. Two 2 room with kerosene. Perfect condi Starke. call 964. 126,344. 9'R
famllle Desk tap player both. Underwood Motel 2 tion. Call 533.2271, FREE TO GOOD HOME ColII .SR IB JUST OFF 301 Frame home on 1.6 acre with
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.and tape,. boy bike and 1/2 ml. north on US301. 1, anytime. Itpd 10/19 puppies. Home should Mary Kay ,portable, BuildingsCosmetic's -pecan tree*.
other Item. I tchg 10/15 tchg 10/15 USED COLOR TVSi Carter have affectionate: children .t 1024 EASTWOOD DRIVE CB 3 BR 1'/B, on quiet street.
THURS-SUNi Potted plant, 2 BR TRAILER on Sampson TV 782-3577. We accept and fenced yard. Call SUZUKI 01s STARK .114 N. MYRTLE C'CH4A Assum. mart ft owner will

furniture, tome jewelry lake, has boat house and VISA and MoslerChorge. 964-7937 or 272.3013, tchg Louise Starling take bock second. Attractive Interiors I
some clothe, lot of misc. privilege to use dock, 10/19 tfn 10/13 Hwy 3015.88..6020 CONVENIENT LOCATION, BR.: IV 8. corner lot next taSouthsld

944 W. Call St. 8 am til??? 9646408. Itpd 10/15 1! 473-3092 .1....., $31,900.; $30.000 financing for qualified

Itcha 10/15 );Yes R. W..ntfa._ 6X10- thru_H -- 12X50. -- buyer. Po,. appro $250 p.r mo.
'I' House Plans S rvice.E- el ACRES NEAR HAMPTON-Fensed-750 gal. septic

BOATS Your customers deserve personal consideration, not tank-230 ft. well. 121.000. Financing available.

I Ill RECOVIR'YCustom Drafting & I Design mechanical. If you are losing money from no one LOT 7 COUNTRY ClUB,ESTATE**.000.
*3 LOTS I IN FIVE! OAKS.SIS.OOO.
answering phone while you're out contact us 24
AM 1972 CORRECTCRAFTt: 16 ft. ROOM 'rh. your ,
( namdth'trllevend' 97550a.u QAeVyXHtoom of :*, Commercial Residential ., ) hours a day, 7 days a week. .3." ACRES IN CITY. 1.000.

.,- Johnson, king h f1 R000au. ?uiake .City Local DI*t I CAM Answering Service Realtor Asioclates' _After Hour
I'Jl9 .8287 after 6 p.m. Itpd, Archie. Tanner Fun.ai 964-8830 .
Scott Whitehead Builder Wayne I. Douglas Broker-Salesman "".6593
10/15 Hom., Plenty of Local t References Fred Sackett 5 Broker-Salesman 0 41-164
964-5757 Storke.'R.
*&4&t Byron T.rwlll..r.'W.7776. Martha Oorko' -1/2.3397
mart ym re. _Anne,._11I. or Nelsen-47S-16y7

80I g I'r.' Sons PlumbingNew 9sa-651s. ri&i& 5 &.

Start r y l.mator.f .

:'--gery. e. Construction I. orBii. and Dom flio;

&' Remodeling I Is The Gainesville Sun '

r 4.Novr Serrioer '
> r '. HELP WANTED
Santa In Disguise???
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1 Carriers: for paper route lICon4Jncom. la fwlp Fry HIM* UpwrrHnfl! Chrlilmit ktRulljDnrtUktt ; .
Beat the Cold Trail ReBtauraat ihort' Unit Mil diy. Ftoplt an nttde! far lilt BrMkv.eralMm SERVICE POLES'

Get your firewood early. ,I wdsy. .... In Starke area.. Slarki A Klngttoy" Lake ...... R. .bl* car e cash band .fllIJ MOd ll! HOME

Oak or Pine $40. pick-I Dinner Specials ..... .......,. For matt btlormatloii cal One HaugM it INSURANCEHOMCOWNIBS

up load'or: f70 per cord. | Friday *'Sunday Call .Florida Times-Union. 984-B170 or 471-7322. toManMobile

Call Thomas Nettles from 9-5 p.m. W POLICIES AT
REASONABLE RATES
Lake Butler .. Calf riliint
496-3738 ...%Fi- 9645165. ** ,

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I HomesMoved few who don't hove Insurance -
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statewide :
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w =_ Starke done. Call, Sa take advantage a/ thecrcwmstonc
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your Insurance now Drilling Equipment
: 40 Models 1 t ::011,,'. Mobil.'

MOBILE HOMEINSURANCE Horn. SaUs .STATE. ... .LICENSED. . .
otorcrcles/iide. i 3 6' P FREE QUOTES
Stripping .
Quality I .Pumps
& Refinlshlng: ,,5 Model HOMEOWNERS. | I Phone M4.56C . . . .
POLICIES : i..... r liable M. OB.. Alearr.ss/
Furniture Go Karts AT 1 ', ; STANDARDREPLACE New ft UsedSal..Parts.S.rvlce

Any Wood '* Lay-a.wayNOW .EASONLIRATlI I

or Metal Items' For Christmas ..';... ..' VACUUMSALE .1.E.Z. .TermsPlumbing. . .

417 E. ,Weldon ia.SUZUKI'/' Olln's Home Mobile Sales i' ".I' .. .

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Old Jackson FREI QUOTES 'f

Of Starke'.P ..964.5606' ,NEW A USED New Installation
'Supply.B'Udin, i ,> .
: I ..M.:'Olln.Agent 1 i r $1 .695 w. finance our own .R.modolin9 I .Repairs! ,
M4.TM2 __ U.S.301S. 864-6020 Mmh.* .. KiRBYS'S ''
DurrancePUMP
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I imagemaker Register Oil. &), .Gas. ..........1 t HOOVEMIUCTROLUX

'9 "famJlV'HarrsrvKI'G'! loo 308 S. Thompson Street/ '..I ... : &
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'U.s. 301 N.. Starke- 4r .. FILTER QUEENS SUPPLY

(across from Powell's ,. 964.5888 Completely with( ?Brick,.or. Stone fronton existing" ;;;alL, 'w ..- rah. .. EARS'

oo..r. Debra Norman ; 1..taB.'d, COMMERCIALWe. ,COMPANY

964-71:OO '" ., .. ? repair oil. makes, .
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