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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 22, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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LaMeFflm'* The dunking machine will be in full-
Assn. Annual MeetingThe : be sure dunk
Mrs. Mac Baldwin and Mrs. swing so you your"favorite"
The haunted
Herbert Thomas the New River Baptist'Association person
are attending
with their Brother-in-law Henry been greatly expanded this
held its annual house has
of the Church meeting at Gadura
meeting Episcopal by Elizabeth Terry Hodges and sons. be to In I line for
sure get early
Women Diocese of Florida, on Thursday Baptist Church on Oct. 12;:and year, so
Mrs Grace Buckley Mrs. DaisyBochandtMr. 'n i I
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Oct. 22 at St.,Catherine's Churchin Brooker Baptist Church on the 13th.. phone, 783-300 this popular
Randall
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Guest for the : .Jl. ,\ : Students and teachers been
speakers
Jacksonville.i I'< 'were, Dean Walter D. Draughon meeting of Church Activities' 'isji;;i! '".I. : 'YiM i; eeended; the Alhambra Dini working all month on their,;booths,
Mr. andMrs. Bob Ferguson and 1'l Baptist Bible Institute, GraceviUe. Grace United.MethodJt< Church Fiddler on th. Roof hopng to win prize money for their
observed their Home 'play in Jacksonville on Friday night. classroom. Booth judging will beginat
family were slght-seeing In the 4 ,l Florida, and Missionaries Rev. and Coming Sunday ,
Smoky Mountains Friday to Monday. Mrs. James C. Darnell. The Darnells' Oct. 18th. ,It wa.' well attOrtdedand, 'iMrs. Deborah Mobley, of Baldwin, 8:30: p.m., but the winners will not
are Southern Baptist Missionaries on there was plenty of Good rood.,There e'pent l! Saturday with her' prents Mr. be announced until Monday at school.
Friends of' Mrs! T.H. Osborne of the Ivory Coast of Africa. were aproxunately! 200persons there,, and Mrs. Frank Camp, and Bryan. Costume judging and parade will be
Mrs Lois Carter visited Mr. and and the raffle drawing for
Houston Texas, former Starke resi- Nineteen Southern Baptist Chur at 7 p.m.
dent, will regret to hear that Mr. ches make up the Association. The Personals: Mrs. Don Fletcher, of Lakeland, and the shotgun and gift certificate will be
Osborne died Oct. 12 after a lingering .. new officers are: Rev. Ben P. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Ware Landis visited friends In Plant City and Tampa.Mr. at 7:30: p.m.
illness. Moderator; Rev. Andrew Moon .. their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. Larry Norman Miss See you Saturday, neighbor!
Vice Moderator; A. Russell Norman .. Mrs. Arthur Hadsock, of MacClenny' Rhonda Norman, Miss Nancy Teston.,
Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs. W.H. Clerk/Treasurer; Jinuny Crosby.Sr., on Sunday morning Oct. 11th. Mrs. Ola Starling, and Mrs. Daisy
Thomson attended the district five Sunday School Director; Rev. Jim- Friends of Mr. Willie Green, regretto Boch attended the Rodeo in Callahanon HamptonHilites
r learn that he Is a surgical in Saturday night.
meeting of the Presbyterian Womenof my Countryman Evangelism Director patient
"lif!;, '''', \\.. North Florida Regional Hospital Mr. Derick Harvey, of Jacksonville
the Church in San Mateo on Satur- ..t 'i,J ; Marie Siemer Woman's Mis- ,
day. sionary Union Director; Rick Willis Gainesville. He had surgery Friday spent the weekend with Mr. and
David Ring Music Director; Rev. Robert Gillls Oct. 16th. Our prayers are with him. Mrs. Charles Starling and family.
Michelle Sapp and Nancy Payne Stewardship Director; Muriel Noran. He came through surgery okay. Mrs. Emory Eunice, Darlene and
were Saturday overnight guests of Media/Library Director: and Ernie Long Bridge Baptist Church were Deron. of Gainesville. visited her
Mary Anne Miller at FLager College, Revival Next WeekAt Jones Deacon Fellowship Director. hosts for a Going Away Daily for Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon By Dolores Meng
St. Augustine. First Baptist and Mrs.Joey Starling on Wednesday Saturday night.
night Oct. 14th. They are moving to Miss Catherine Young,of Lakeland, Phone 4681915Coupon
Mr. and Mrs. James Hardee and Revival services will be held Sun- Hope BaptistHomecoming Concorn, N.C. where they will be near spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
son of Leesburg were weekend guestsof day through Wednesday at the First their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hermie Kelly and attended the Home Club
her Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baptist Church of Starke. Services Shinn. Coming at Grace United Methodist The Hampton Coupon Club will
parents,
Mitchell, will be held at 8:30: and 11 a.m. and Oct. 25 Miss Nancy Bennett and Mrs. Church, on Sunday Oct. 18th and will meet on Saturday, Oct. 24, at the
7:30: p.m. on Sunday and each evening Hope Baptist Church, located 8 Nellie Wilkinson visited Mrs. Elsie return home on Monday morning. home of Shyrel Crawford on Hampton
Mrs. Linnie Woods, who is convalescing Monday through Wednesday at 7 p.m. miles South of Starke on Highway 100, Bennett and Mrs. Jennie Lastingerand Capt. and Mrs. Jeff Cain, of Lake.
at home with a broken left There will also be a noon luncheon will observe Homecoming on Sunday, other relatives In Daytona Beach Vacavlne, Calf., spent Sunday night This Club is organized for the pur-
arm received in a fall at home, had as Monday in the fellowship hall of the Oct. 25, 1981. Services will begin with Friday until Sunday. with their Grandparents, Mr. and pose of enabling customers to save
visitors during the weekend Mr. and church and a pizza social for youth at Sunday School at 10 A.M. Reverend Kindle and Christina Mobley, of Mrs. Hermie Kelly. money in shopping for groceries and
Mrs. John Woods of Lakeland; Mr. 9:45: p.m. Edgar Wilkinson, Pastor of the First Baldwin, spent the weekend with Mr.and Mrs. Donnie Kelly, and Mr. household items.
and Mrs. Charlie Woods of Lake City The Revival Evangelist Is David Baptist Church, buster, Florida, a their Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Johnny Torode. of Starke, Please bring along coupons and refund
and Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Orlando Ring of St. Louis. David has been a former member, will bring the Frank Camp and Bryan, Friday until were Sunday dinner guests of their forms to the meeting to exchange
and families. cerebral palsy victim since birth in message during the 11 A.M. Worship Sunday afternoon.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. with your neighbors. For further
Jonesboro, Arkansas in 1953. He is the Service. and Mrs. Don Fletcher, of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman helped information call 468-2889.
Mrs. R.P. McLendon is visiting Mr. youngest of eight children. Hts father Special music Is planned, along Lakeland, announce the Birth of a son their parents Mr. and Mrs. Lacey
and Mrs. Loy CogdiU in Knoxville, was a baptist preacher who died when with special awards,to be given to the Bryan Allen born Sept. 30th 1981. Norman celebrate his birthday on Local Performer
Tcnn. for several weeks. David was nine. David's mother died member or past member who has Maternal Grandparents are Mr. and Saturday night. They served Cake Jody Wadsworth accompanied his
when he was fourteen. traveled the fartherest distance to at- Mrs. Leon Starling, Great Grand- and Ice Cream. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker, son, Joey David attended high school in tend Homecoming, and to the mother, is Mrs. Lola. Carter, of Mrs: Mamie Lou Edwards and her Wadsworth to Nahunta, Georgia, for
and daughter Penny, were in Deland Liberty, Missouri, was elected the member who has been a member the Lawtey. Paternal Grandparents are sister-in-law Mrs. Fred Moore visited an enjoyable weekend. They attendedthe
Friday to attend a concert at Stetson most popular boy In the student bodyas longest number of years, during the Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fletcher of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and Mr. and Annual Fall Arts and Crafts
University in which her son, Guy participated well as vice-president of his class service. A basket lunch will be en- Plant City. Mrs. David Moore in Jacksonville.Mrs. Festival there. Jody played his guitar
Friday night. Guy returned and manager of the football, basket- toyed on the grounds after the mornIng Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glance and C.Y Mayo of Tampa was also with the Flat Top Traveres on the
home with his family for the ball, and track teams. worship service, at approximately family, of Palatka spent Saturday visiting them. musical show at the festival. Leaves
weekend. The Lord called David to preach in 1 P.M.A Mr. and Mrs. Norman Starling, of were turning color north of here, so it
1971. In 1973 he was licensed to Gospel Sing, featuring the Mis- Lakeland spent Friday until Sunday was a lovely weekend for them.'
Mrs. L.H. Jennings spent the preach by tfte First Baptist Church sionaires from Jacksonville, Florida, CommunityNews with Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling of On Tuesday night, Oct. 20, Jody ,
I'' weekend with her son and family, Mr. Mt. Vernon, Missouri and entered will complete the Homecoming ac Lawtey and attended the Joe Starling Wadsworth entered the Wrangler 'I
and Mrs. Harlan Jennings in full-time evangelism. David tivities. The sing will begin at 7:19: Reunion which was held at the Old Country Music talent contest.: This I
Gainesville. graduated from William Jewell College P.M. Joe Starling Homestead Oct. 18th. was held at the Lone Star' in
in 1976 and was voted one of the Reverend Pat Murphy, Pastor, and Mrs. Jewel Coleman of Polk City Gainesville.
outstanding young men of Americanin the congregation invite everyone to spent Friday until Sunday with her
Miss Charlotte Ann Howell of 1978. be with them on this special day.This brother and sister-in-law Mr. and CondolenceMr.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bar- David new serves as Staff year marks the 105th anniversary of Mrs. Fleam Starling. and they air attended and Mrs. Gerald Adkins attended -
ton of Gainesville vacationing this Evangelist for the First Baptist the founding of Hope Baptist Church. By Elizabeth G. Walker the Starling Reunion. the funeral on Sunday Oct. 11, of
week in IdeCozumel, Mexico. Church of North Kansas City, phone....-6683 Others attending the ReUnionwere their longtime friend, William Taft
Missouri. He is used extensively ; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Starlingand Menshew, at the First Christian
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson, Sr., of throughout the country in revivals Did You Know........... Card of Thanks family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starling Church in Lake Butler. Burial was in
Orlando spent Thursday to Monday and conferences.The The family of the late Deaconess and family of Lakeland. Mr. and Mt. Zion Cemetery.
with Mr. and Mrs. Hutson, Jr. music evangelist for the Mrs. L.A. Canova of Starke and Mary Elizabeth Hankerson Mrs. Edgar Starling and family, and
revival services will be Mitch Marsh. sister, Mrs. James Otto of Seminole acknowledge with greatful appreciation Bernice Starling of Green Cove Spr- Vacationing
Mrs. Ila Rain will return to her The pastor and people of the First returned last Friday from Chapel the many) acts of kindness shown ings and Harold Starling of Lawtey. Catherine Thomas and daughters,
home in Chiefland after Baptist Church would like very much by their friends Friends of Mr. Dois Katie Ann and left
Friday two Hill, N.C. where they attended the many ; your prayers, O'BrownFather Judy, Thursday for
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.G. for the people of this area to share in wedding of a granddaughter, Lynn flowers, cards and telegrams received ( of Mr. Mike Brown) regret to vacationing in the Smokey Moun-
Jackson.Mr. the these ministry services.of David and Mitch during Vandiviers to David Winship of during our time of sorrow. May learn that he had surgery on Friday in tains. They planned to at'end the

Bristol, Tenn. on Saturday, Oct. 10. God forever bless you. Mrs. Lois Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville. He Grand Ole Opry among other in-
and Mrs. Fred Thomson: and Lynn and David are both graduate Hagan and family. came through surgery fine and our tresting places and events.
family and Dr. and Mrs.Julian Alfordof students of Appalachian State College Girl Scout News: Brownie Troop prayers are with him. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Vasques of
Tallahassee spent the weekend at Pleasant Hope Bonne N.C. The bride is the 352, Beulah Lennon and Barbara Eas- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee visitd. Huron, Ohio, spent from'Thursday to
the Thomson cottage on Kingsley Baptist Church daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Stuart '1y, Leaders and Junior Troop 684 their Son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Sunday.with the Paul and Francis
Lake and attended the UF football Pitner Vandiviere. Pitner attended Edith Thomas, Mary Strong and and Mrs. Mike Crapse, of Hinesville, Meng families. On Friday they en-
game. school in Starke for a few years while Elizabeth!: Leaders will meet each Ga., Thursday until Sunday after- joyed touring St. Augustine. On Sun-
-; US301.3 miles .. ,la.elementaryschoolAfter-a few ,Wednesday.(at the. R.J.EU School 1 t.a.: .. noon. They we.ce..II p bappx..tp..ha.Y.e--lsy-they..heldafamily! reunion at the
Mrs. Ruby:Hudson of Blountsvllle, "North.. Starke! : .. >daya with the family in Chapel HHBttfcCfM t. J>.nv parents are asked to( cooper.L 1.them go see them,, .... Paul Meng home with most of their
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Ala. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Morning S.it'.t"\ 11 va and Mrs" Ott.-tvabathel Sf Jt>rfjJvty&frMn rfo 1'\and.t.IIIe r /Srpi t' rt tmrt i iI r wc i MIdrenL-and grandchiJdren. << in attendance. -
Nelson Green'and family. a.m. raJlnd WeaternlYortb.Glyd6ld;; '""'aur-" T .: '@ {ch1IdpYn! }V i Q "and "oily!Stills,' 1. )
Evening Services' =Tuesday flight o': t'j < dtt'tto :. W'w.
enjoying the fall foliage and sights unC' ; n n rn cltli s nr SMfitdy) l Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Holton spent last 7:30 p.m.Young. enroute. and members are asked to attend the relatives in Savannah, Ga., Hampton Elementary School l
week at Gatlinburg, Tenn. people 7:30: p.m., Friday monthly meeting of the Concerned We are very sorry to report that Mr. Carnival Notes

night. Mr. and Mrs, Don Neel and Mrs. Citizens Oct. 26, 7:30: p.m. in the and Mrs. Ray Rosier are not able to Plans are being finalized for the
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Merrill Everyone Welcome Orie Wiggins spent last week on vaca- Cafeteria of R.J.E. School. The get out for Church and other services. PTA Halloween Carnival scheduled
Island and Mrs. Nancy Lewis of Pentecostal tion. The Don Neels were touring the cooperation of each citizen is needed. Lets all pray much for them at this for Oct. 31st at the school.
Gainesville, were Sunday visitors of United Smoky Mountains while Mrs. Wiggins Church Activities: time. Students are busy making posters
Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Church visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins in New Bethel Baptist Church: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright, for the contest. Prizes for each class
Fairburn Ga. District No. 3. Deacon Albert Campbell and family,of Lakeland were here for will be awarded on Friday Oct. 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Patterson of is asking all members to meet the weekend, with their mother, Mrs. Winners will be given ten free tickets
Montgomery Ala. are guests this Friday 7:30: Youth Service. Sun Dr. and Mrs. Greg Reddish of Friday 6:30 p.m., Oct. 23. Wilma Wainwright. Others for the to be used at the Carnival.-
week of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. day at 10 a.m. Sunday School. At 7:30 Orlando were weekend guests of his Friday 7 p.m. the Pastor Reverend Homecoing were Mr. and Mrs. Alen On Friday morning, Oc'-30. prizes
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews of p.m.. Evangelistic Service. Simmons is asking the Installation Brown Denise and Lisa ,
grandmother, Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Durban, of will be awarded to the. top ticket
Jacksonville were Wednesday Tuesday, 9 a.m. Ladies Prayer family and attended the UF- Election members to meet. Friday 8 Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Al Purser, sellers for the adult and student raf
visitors.Mr. Meeting; Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Bible Mississippi game. p.m., all members are asked to meet of Lake Abury. All of them attended fie. The Florida Bank at Starke has
Study. for the last business meeting of the Home Coming at Grace United added five $5.00 Certificates to the list
and Mrs. Huston McClane have Obey Acts 23839.: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shuford and year. Everyone is asked to attend the Methodist Church Sunday Oct., 18th. of other student prizes.
returned after 12 days at Panama City daughter, Kary of St. Fellowship of Churches. Evening ser- Mrs. Wm Wilson went to Jacksonville Volunteers
Petersburgwere of
and
Did help
Beach. also You Know....... .. country
They visited Lt. Col vice 5
p.m.Choir No. 23 will rehearse
weekend guests of his parents early Sunday morning and spent store Items are still needed to make
(Ret. and
) Mrs. R.G. Kidd, Jr. at Fort Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Shuford and attended SaC.4 gm. All members are asked toA.M.E. the day with her Mother Mrs. Mabel the Carnival successful.
Walton '
Beach. Friends of Mrs. Kidd :
will regret to hear she suffered Mr. and Mrs. William Carter and the UF-Mississlppi game \r: i fAt5erkht n Boyette.
a light I > Church: The an-
heart Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Carter spent Mrs Slevcnsunlionured
attack three months ago. Friday to Wednesday in the Smoky Mr. and J.R. Weldon of jaclcson', \ilea ; nen program will be School Carnival Saturday On Friday morning; Carole Stevenson -'
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Janice and Jason Hamilton Mountains.Mr. ville were Sunday visitors of;their .' by the Senior Women of the The annual Lawtey Halloween Carnival our seventh grade teacher, was
of Tam- parents, Mrs. Gladys Weldon i and: chiirdBPjginning'' with Sunday School will be Saturday; 'October 24 honored with a baby shower by fellow
pa spent Thursday to Wednesday with Jack McComb. .,' lOa.mvlPrograrn, 11 a.m. The Youth from 5-9 : and fried
Smoked
fish teachers
their and Mrs. John Peachy of Boca p.m at the school.
Mr.
Sherrod grandparents Hamilton, while and their Mrs. Raton were last Thursday visitors of -' '." .i" 'v; "will' present! a program at 4 p.m. dinners will be'' served, along with On Monday morning Mrs. Sandy
Mr. and Mrs. A.L. (Sandy) Sanderson. ; GrtHfr Bethlehem Freewill Bap- homemade delicacies made to satisfy Sanders appeared in the 7th
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Marian Payhe;S&J ,11st-Church: Services will be held everyone's sweet tooth. classroom. She will be grade '
toured the Smoky Mountains.Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey; Si% I each "ight Monday through Friday 8 After dinner, there will be.bingo in while Mrs.Stevenson is substituting
were vacationing in Nashville, Tenn,: p.mt leading to the, Men's the cafeteria on maternity
Steven Day along with the traditional leave.
and Mrs. James E. Moran of FSU was home last from ,, We are all happy she can be
Starling to
Thursday Sunday. V 'celebration, Oct.
Sunday 25. All
men booths the ballfield. with
and week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. game on us.
daughter, Julie and Mrs. Ola '* ,
areasked
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Jerry Moran and left for : to meet Sat. 5 p.m. Sunday
Saturday
Starling spent Thursday to Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Ottis McKinney nave School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m..
Minn. where he
Bryson City, N.C. They were accom- Minneapolis will returned from a trip through Texas 'The' peaker will be Reverend Melvin
panied back by Miss Peggy Shuler study bassist under Eugene with the Levinson, principal visiting relatives.'. Upon',,returning Smith. Dinner will be served 1:30.: The I I Notice Notice I
Minneapolis *
who is a guest of the Starlings.Art Symphony Orchestra. they visited J.C. and Margaret Brownin program will terminate 3 p.m.. with I
Baton Rouge La. Reverend Ruise preaching. I
and Ann Schultz Mac and Kay
McKinley Gareth and Beckie Jones T
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and Mac and Carol Baldwin were ---- ---- ,
square dancing at Camp O'Lena over preceding Thursday before
the weekend. Now Available publication" Beginning
In Starke November 1, 1981 because of increase in postage

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beasley of there will be
a .new charge for billing. The
Haines City are Thursday to Saturday new
visitors of Mrs.O.L. Beasley and Mrs. charge will be ,$1.00 for each ad. Send in your money

J.W. Kincaid. with ad or pay for ad when you place it. "..SAVE $$$

Mrs. Iris Van Sickle of Newport Mininum charge $2.50 each word over 15'is 10 each-
Beach Cal. and daughter Mrs. Judy
Buehlman of San Diego Cal. are

visiting Mrs. George Anderson in the **Not responsible for errors when ad is given over the-
Starke Nursing Home and the Epper telephone or when is
son families. copy not typed and brought,to the office.


Mrs. W.T. Whisenhunt of Los

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last week,.In the Smoky Mountainsand -
Mrs. .Denmark spent several
days previous at Red Bird Mission, Ir1mknThflIa
Ky. visiting her sister Miss Sue Mor-

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Great 'III. DROP BY OUR 3. H80 ,
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Mrs. W.B. Mundyreturned Satur-. FOR YOURADVANCE -' CINIMAX .22J' tN71Cabi.N.wsNetwakl.
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Rude Welcome for NM ColtsTornado



Coach David Hurse always 14c?

tries to convince his players that after N. MARION at BRADFORD HIGH TORNADOES
all it's the football game that
Homecoming Week revolves around. QUICK FACTS _
Win the ballgame and the celebrationfeels Game Site: Bradford Stadium; kickoff 8 p.m. .' I .
much better he'll point out. Season Records<<: : Tornadoes (0-5 with losses to Baker Co. ((7-13) _
This season he's breaking out the Palatka (().55), Santa Fe (().19), St Augustine ((6-16), and .PIlW'eL :
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best speeches in his repertoire Gainesville (()-28)); North Marion 1-5 with losses to Vanguard (2229in i _
because not only is this Homecoming overtime), Inverness ((14-20)). Palatka (0-35)( ), and Ocala,Forest
weekend 1981 with well-dressed ((6-7) and a win over Perry-Taylor Co. (28-12).
alumni on hand for the pageantry and Series History: The two schools have met only twice on the .
pigskins, but the game also offers gridiron Bradford winning the Initial meeting 28-0 in 1974 and .,,, P. a : ti
maybe the best chance of the season North Marion coming back to win last year 14-10 so the winner J *
for victory number one for the Tor Friday night will assume the series leadership. ; : -
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nadoes: The visiting Colts of North Last meeting: The Colts put the clamps on the Tornado offense :; :
Marion, just 1.4 and as young, maybe last year, winning 14-10 in a game that sent the Colts to 3-3 while .
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younger than the Tornadoes in termsof dropping BHS to 2-5 (enroute to a 3-7 finish). s ?i A j ,J1y Na ''e.M 5e4, s "
experience, enter the game in a Players to watch for North Marion: Linebackers Kevin Smith P .
tailspin just as the ().S Tornadoes do. and Ralph Jackson are two big linebackers, and pretty good ones. r1r'" .. .
But Hurse warns that the Colts 1-4 Junior tailback Sebastion Moore leads the Colt ground game --
record is deceiving, and NMHS fans averaging close to 100 yards per game coming into this week's con- + ,,
must be agreeing. Because North '
0 ''S a'S +i '4 sJ79..
Marion is just moments from being in test.Key matchups<<: : According to Head Coach David Hurse the keys ,
the District 6-AAA driver's seat. They don't change much from week-to-week for BHS. In his words"we'll i
opened with a 29-22 overtime loss to have to find a kicking game that can keep us out of trouble, developa ;"!t .. VJ MV ,
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Ocala Vanguard ( won running game of some kind, and keep from throwing Intercep-- .
5) and last week lost 7-6 to unbeaten tions." Thomas Hangs On in a Crowd... :
Ocala Forest. Turn those 2 games
around and North Marion would be in Quick Stop's Ronnie Thomas latched on to a touchdown Stop's Tim Hartley Is the player at ,'IJhtho has HIP bt' t' I
the playoff race, despite the fact they pass and wouldn't let go on this play where defenders look at the play. 'J'
have 6 players Join both ways and Harold and Mike Chandler were right with him. Quick 1 ,
are almost entirely juniors or

sophomores.The only Colt. win was a 28-12 verdict ball, they've just been inconsistent on : I
over Perry-Taylor while other offense. But they played Forest a 301 Quick Stop Edges Music Men 4538It
losses were a 35-0 blowout by Palatka heck of a game the other night."
and a 20-14( loss to Inverness, a team Corley said the discipline of his new
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which hadn't won since 1979. regime ran a lot of players off in the was, as the games between Kit- threw into the endzone. That's when hit Ratliff for the conversion and a ::111:1with< : : I Ioil) left but Prevail -hit
"We feel like we're close to being "We stuck what
so pre-season. by we chen's Tile and Music Men have been the tall Haas deflected the pass to 33-32: lead.Chandler. Kallilf in the corner of the ciul/.ono for
4-1 rather than 1-4, said Bob Corley.the said we were going to do and we lost a
Marion Coach."It take the past 3 years, another barnburner Thomas to decide the outcome. again put on his running a :l-m! : Quick Stop margin that sot up I
first- North lot of them. We figured we'd our
all comes year back to inexperience." lumps this year and have the program when KT (now Quick Stop) and the Music Men led the entire first half- show, going 34 yarns to put his club up thi Inst: -second 1 heroics,
Music Men squared off in a battle for but Music Men grabbed the game's1widest ...
Hurse agreed calling the Colt where we want it in the future.
men's flag football supremacy in advantage 20-6( when arac) cemcarsestoarGOaasaac asn >OIIIC')am() e()CIICK)4C) < ,
defense a good one. "Those two If things go the way Hurse, the Tor ;
Starke last Sunday. Chandler threw
linebackers are about 225-230.. theydon't nadoes, and a Homecoming crowd 6 yards to Mike
After beating the District Chandler for 1We're i iI
never a score and then
have any real little people in wants it Friday night, the Colts will
there," the BUS Coach said. "They take another lump from win-hungry champ Music Men last season Quick scrambled 35 yards on a fourth down Growing! '
don't really have trouble moving the Big Red. Stop took the upper hand in the play to make It 206.( I
Starke-Macclenny league race this Tim Hartley picked off a bomb and "
year, winning another wild one 45-38 raced 40 yards with the return to set I So we can serve you better n
.. when Dale Haas batted a last-second up a Prevatt to Gene Raulerson
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"'" Music Men pass into the hands of touchdown throw with just 4 secondsleft
teamate Ronnie Thomas in the end- in the half. A 1-point toss to Erie
Goo Jge Still I zone. The interception itself sealed Biggs cut the gap to 20-13( : at intermission B & M Starter" 11
Buddy the victory, with Quick Stop holding a .
39-38! lead before the pickoff, which Quick Stop closed that to 20-19( as / .. ,,
y came with 8 seconds to go. But Ratliff caught and ran a 75 yard TD i \ 1ti, ..01I
Collings Thomas added the icing on the cake, after the second half kickoff but & Generator "
Behind.Plate... sprinting 83 yards untouched as tirpe Music Men stretched it back to 26.19 I -1ttw ..... t.t ... ..t .. t."' ,,
expired to make the final count 4538. ,as Chandler ran ,35: yards to set up.a r 2-a
.., .,. '1 \ Thetvuin vi/t.Quick/ Stop at 7-O in the V3-yard.. TD toss t.D..is.I is.*AA'O I Service vCfcriTJWformt'cl ;:: d.. ...
league, while Music Men dropped Back came Quick Stop, Ratliff making -' ,,: By :
4-1 with the loss: a juggling catch on a 15-yard I Hardenbrook j jI G
Editor Tommy
Sports In a game where the lead see-sawed throw from Prevatt and Gene Rauler

back and forth Quick Stop recapturedthe son taking in a double-pass for the i (Formerly w/Hardenbrook/ Well Drilling)
lead at 39-38! with just 40 secondsto conversion that tied the count 26-all.
go when quarterback Jackson In the fourth period Chandler threw

The all-time Bradford High School career runs batted In king -- 4-year Prevatt found Bill Ratliff wide open in 31 yards to Early Chandler for a 32-26 I We Now Offer The Following: .
starter Bill Goodge -- is still batting baseballs. He's now doing his thing both the endzone for a 24-yard TD. Music Men advantage but the play of
behind and at the plate for St. John's River Community College in Palatka. Music Men marched right back into the game helped put Quick Stop in the :1 .'
Goodge, who had 86 RBIs and a .334 batting average in his Tornado career scoring position with Leroy Davis and lead for the first time. Bill Goodge let
is one of 6 catchers at St. Johns, a school recognized as one having a solid Jr. Ulysses Dommon hauling in passes fly a 67-yard double-pass bomb and A Full line of Water Pumps f' '>WlMia
College baseball program under coach John Tindle. from Chris Chandler to bring the Hartley ran the ball down and made a .
To Bill, that's the main difference he sees in the college game so far the defending league champs to first and stunning diving catch at the Music ; !
number of outstanding players competing for positions. He's gone from being goal from the three with 15 seconds togo Men 14. Prevatt threw 1 yard to New & Used Water Pumps. i : ).tt0=!

the the only team true varsity catcher at BHS last year to being 1 of 6 fighting for spotson Chandler rolled right again and Thomas for the tieing score and then for Sale & Service i l l//halo


guys after"It's who a lot haven't more made pressure the than team high yet,"school Goodge for said the Rotary Club Golf Tourney Set I' Pull, ReplaceldrSRepalr; b ,. 4- Jetr' .+t"a5Jnu"1: .,.,,,,' .ins iJ'J i!niwlSniqortl lad| i'

playing in a men's flag league game in Starke .,
Sunday. b :>>
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As for a self-assessment of his play so far in the 4 The second annual Rotary Club Scholarship Golf Tourney will tee of Saturday 1 'li ,.CI
weeks of SJCC practice the former Tornado Oct. 24, at the Starke Starke Golf and Country Club I 'in8 a.ugfisl 10
quarterback-baseballer said The will be played under the Galloway and will be -. A
"my fielding's doing tourney system an iIi} .
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great but my hitting is terrible. I Tin something like 18-holer Entry fee is WO with approximately half the fee being returned to t \\1 foiarl! 00 Iliw
3-for-20. Not playing over the summer (when many golfers via prizes with the other half going to the Rotary Scholarship Fuml B &, M Starter & Generator( 'a .
players were involved in American Legion or some which benefits students in Bradford and surrounding counties. ,
type of summer ball) put me behind with the bat." Entry checks should be sent to Rotary Club of Starke, P.O.. Box 321 Starke, .238 Washington. St., Starke i i- X11;f.. 2tqda
_Coach Tindle said much the same thing[when asked Fla. For further.details call Jim Womack.. 964-5423. : :. + T aa I
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about Goodge Tuesday: "Bill's doing a pretty good 'I r'_ Arasaaia)4maiacax _5 A
Hill(;i."II-(4'|( job." Tindle said. "His hitting hasn't come around ..-...:: .I "
yet but he's probably throwing the ball as good as
anybody out there. He's got a real good attitude and he's putting forth the ef T _, .. J ..r.,.
fort.." ,14x: ', : J'i10InlMJI! :

Asked about Goodge's chances to stick with the SJCC club at catcher,where Teachers let-your students tour the newspaper Youhare.always 'welcome.<; .." r;' :oJn; :,a: ,
the a
Vikings were thin last year Tindle answered: "If his batting comes around ..
he'll be battling for a starting job. He's got the athletic tools and he's a good .it i) ;!sofa
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kid with the right attitude" ') rro.c.EI11EI'III

Tindle said he planned to keep "probably 4" catchers. '
SJCC is now playing a Fall exhibition schedule, mostly Intersquad games : :
with contests against KUglrr College spiced in and opens its 44-game regular o r i V \\ i ., J ,inA'1D

season campaign Feb. 18 against Santa Fe Community. 't'clU K' in .
Gainesville... .: III "", 10)" ,

..This business about the World Strips starting the day after the Dodger 11 I

wrapped up the National League pennant..,, well I don't like it a bit. Not only 1 ID >.
Is it unfair to Los Angeles,.which heads into the October and November?) BOB '
classis on no days rest, it precludes the possibility that Dodger phenom Kfr- J ) .1
nando Valrnzurla can pitch 3 ballgames.Some .
of the classic individual duels in series history have had pitching aces Learning i v i(
Q
go head-to-head at least twice, and sometimes a third go-round in the seventh v )
game showdown Gibson and :MH Stoltelniyrr. splitting in'64,Sand Koufav and Jim Kaat going '
best two out of three In '65?). '

this No year.It's chance. of such a Valriwurla versus Ron iuidry series within a series t'E8clliI1 \ ; ,.a a I t

( just another bad result of baseball's wacky year.. : )

...I.wonder if BHS has ever scored a perfect score in ivil1 < J
a girl cross-(0uiitrv ithr ; J' f4t
home meet involving over two teams before, much less 2 in a row? The feat, : ; :; i
which the Lady Tornado harriers have pulled off in the last two tri-mcets at ..'". \ ,
home, means placing your five scoring girls as the top five finishers, no easy f"I
.' task... tea ..' i- .- .I I .
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t"
\ ....Remember the third annual Bradford'road race, this year titled the From showing neighborhood youngsters All together, the reader and t
Autumn Sun Fun Run will be held Saturday Nov 7, It's got a new name and newspaper P
is under sponsorship(the Telegraph and Community Slate Bank) but will about the day to day aspects of a working advertiser create a stimulating .environment !
be run much the same under the direction of :Mrs. R*..ie Griffith. Still planned -. ):
is a 10,000 meter 6.2< miles) test plus a 1-mile fun run for those not quite so newspaper at an. open house to being to'the. benefit of all involved, .We'reproud '/ .,

.. hardy. used as a teaching tool in the school to ,be a part of the industry'today, .-
Entry fee is $4. for pr -registratlon, $4.50 on race day. Proceeds go to the ) .
Bradford-l.'nion Association for Retarded Cilitrns. classroom, your newspaper is a highly- and eager to be a part of the development >1>
Entry forms for Bradford's only road race are available at the Telegraph visible of evident
member a community, of better !
Community State Bank! Bret & Jerry;'s, and Sunshine Acres herein, town... an'even tomorrow ) k.
,as teacher instructor and participant for v'i'

..Lawrence Patrick, the Gator specialty team specialist from tawtey. '
those who are and will become citizens
,
dished out a heck of a lick on an Ole :Miss punt returner In last Saturday's iff Bradford )

rout of,the Rebels... .. bUilders,.doers, of a community.., County Telegraph J i"i ;,

.4.The chicken dinner that was to be served up jointly by the All Sports" Club'".I ; i 134 w. call St., Starke Fl. t

and Band Booster before Friday's Homecoming game has been cancelled.., 964-6305 i
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In a battle of rugged defenses
it was For the had M --.I
game' Sampson
the stop crew of Patatka'B unbeaten Applies a LickOne
'B" squad that yards on 13 carries; Brown 32 yards
ctetter came out Just a bit on 7 tries; Salmon 15 yards on tries; of the hardest hits of last
; as the JV '
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High' JV Panthers topped and quarterback Robert Carver 33 :. week' rough-and-tumble Palatka
Bradford on a chilly night stripes on 7 carries (not counting :3 I 1.; versus BUS JV game was this one.
>The tow left last the Wednesday, Oct. 14. sacks), including keepers for 10 and \. ..rl ,.,' : with JV Tornado safety Kevin Sampson .
BUS Junior vanity yards. .' ::, decking a Palatka ballcarrier at
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with a 2-3 record i\ } .
(to Palatka's 4-0) \ .. 1.
heading into a home date Salmon and Cribbs had fumble ?' <' .... left.Bradford's
with Santa recoveries for BUS while Cribbs. 't. Tony Hill ((68). Randy
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Sampson, and Rehburg all 11 Davit (SI), and Tudy O'Neal (23)
The JV Tornado .,.. :
defense. sparked behind the line. Hill was the __ ... 4. ,.: .t1:; ... : .. were also In the chase.
by Told Hill William Salmon.Jimmy top tackler with 8 with Salmon .. ... .. "",. J
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Schoening Billy Rehburg,and ; .... *'l
Wayne In on 6, and Cribbis and :
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Schoening "
Cribbs, held its own for most of the k .... -< .. .....:0....
ballgame. A 37 yard bomb to Panther each ; f '. 4"'L"" .4I/Jt..........:: w ..:.

receiver Alex Jenkins put Palatka up
,A with'a minute left in the opening
..quarter but the rest of the half was a
...;:.defensive struggle.
C Midway through the third period

.the yard again with a big You're going to like 0 I
pay- a 40 pickup on an option
:flay where the quarterback ran 12

i yards wide upfield open trailing and then back.pitched That back long to ( I ETJI ) our Pharmacy. I

run put the ball at the Tornado 19 and .
7 runs got the ball close enough for .
Panther Keith Isom to pile in. Eckerd Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals who are going to i
vRehburg stopped the conversion. try LL make sure you are completely" M"".... They take continuing education ,
tut: the visitors still led 120. courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in drugs.
BHS fumbled at its 5 yard line with and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you time by
3:10 to go in the game. A 4 yard run constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!

pushed Bradford's the Palatka offense lead only to 18-0.got into / / / / % %% %/ / //r//////,1'/

Jtalatka territory 4 times, and never
lOt past the 40. 2 runs by Brad Brown
covering 11 and 5 yards and a I. I
10-yarder by Kevin Sampson pushedthe
Tornado sophomores to the Pan-
. ther 45 in the second period but they :
bogged down'and punted. I
The closes BHS came to scoringwas I
a just-miss halfback pass from
Sampson to Schoening that'skipped I. .I
through the hands of a defender and i
Schoening at the Panther 22.

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'Halloween 129 8ge 29 99e .... 1 I
Party Sato SalePriced SalePriced 10-OUNCf SalePriced
Priced........ ....... ....... 119 ........ prtoeIf .........
Set October 30 I j: i! Contains fluoride.Price reAerosol..Extra Hold or Super Plus platinumbladea.Fits Priced Sato ......... For cleanerdishesdsofter Your choice' of C110-12,
.. r flects. 30' off label.' Limit 1 Choice of 2 types Limit. 1. double edge razors.Limit' Moisturizes' ,.,rough.kln.h.nd.. Limit 1 C126-12 or C13512.
The Starke Rec.<< Department will tx
hosting a Halloween Party Friday I
I E'r.5 Oct. 30,from 3:15 to 5 p.m.at Pratt St
: Center.
; BLUE STRATOS 5-SHELF 3-SHELF
li..i Children in first grade through ifi PLASTIC. PLASTIC
ROLAIDS o a s COLOGNE TOASTMASTER
i:1< eighth grade are invited with the HalloweenersV- ... ETAGERE BOOKCASE
i ty being free to all. ANTACID FOR MEN Na.20.M paus. TOASTER
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Ola ds H-OZ. '.'. 10.00 Sara O.OO '
Irt don't have to wear costumes but L k/69/ Nag. 2.SO Na.a-7OMag.1S.tt
prizes will be given out for the top : ; X999 299 Save S.OO
I costumes In three categories-ugliest Relieves upset sto 1" B 1 ,] 9
I ;;, scariest, and cutest. macho Limit 1 pack Afreahclean Sturdy Decorator plastic. Assorted colors. Easy I 139 I

)'.:j Halloween games will also be scent. Limit 1 colors. to assemble. ;
I
,,.played with winners getting prizes 2-sllce pastry toaster. E; ,,i i W
fljand: the traditional pumpkin pinata. MEN'S CANVASCASUALSHOES BIC GENERAL ELECTRIC Light to dark settings. ,; :
;'will be busted. I RIGHT GUARD SUPERSAVER INSIDE FROST /
il 1 Cookies. punch, and cupcakes will..- 'DEODORANT ,'w" .. ..No.MOMag. '. PENS LIiHTBULBB
be served -- rot ..e PACK OF.
) \ '" S-OUNCS.... .l.-J1 9ttt'ui' i k i 99 at 1 ... I "1J.Ic.. "oJ .r4UL
:
Exer 'lSe: i lasses M J / Aerosol FWtoe Jo''spray.(. tf. Full cushioned ,p 9Se t. r Choose** WESTBEND9-CUP I

i'l Continue at Rec. Bronze.Limit'" 1 sponge Insoles. Pack of 9. watts.75. or 100 LJ PERCOLATOR
Sure tread soles. Medium point.
rj I Free exercise classes through the Kaa.14.tt a.r.2.00
: !;Starke Rec. Department are continu-

I:.:i':':with big Tuesday regular and exercise Thursday sessions mornings from I SQUIBB ; .. BLOOD FUN SNACK-SIZE HERSHEY .g: I

.. ....- .9:30: to 10:15a.m. and aerobic dancing THERAGRANM ZO 1OUNCBMtgular CANDY .Dishwasher I
?- from 10:15: to 11 a.m. 100PLU. C77 100 VOUNCHOICtMaoa.. safe basket.
..... to a.lt
MFMIB .Np
49 dl 69
Menus Basketball Vitamin&mineral Yb.v
supplement.' Limit 1 I Fun make-up tor rvN'
Should StartOrganizing I Halloween. i _Almond.,Kit Limit Kat 2 4Reese's. r>' I

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PROCTOR SILEX
; Rec. Director Cheryl God-' SWEETARTS ,

Star unted this week that teams BABY QUALITY POWDER PARTY MASK TIME PACK CANDIES O'lOl JUICER. ...."." _
-v hoping to get into the Men's)Rackets: :3>t liLt II 1 Save::: I
$ ball League to be sponsored Education 1401 69Sofia Mva.J.t PEPSI or DIET PEPSI 99*
Rec. and PrN.d 349 '
X << Community ? \ I
Tap
X should begin to get ;"themselves smooth .Li a; sit l I09 Individually 15"Easy
# organized. Limit 1 Assorted plastic ns a h1 a i tf esticbottle. packaged
masks treats. I
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A league-organiZational meeting, s otfi 1' Cqy 2t y ; tousesclean.
will be held in December with play .

Q startinginJanuary.Starfce. .. .. e FABERQri; gnwg lit 1 tUJ 9t r POLLENEX .Sun.awk.Nkuk..............-.
bns I '
10I"C. r ORGANICS IRONING Tua '2EBCO2021'1REEL BACK MASSAGER

.Rec.Dept SHAMPOO. ftcfl.11.ta BOARD r a> .zll.r'ROD4' N..1.: -

k -'t.!nis ftt.fihTsMoiath-Tourney: 'I -Wheat is-oz.... :germ"..::9ge&honeyatypee.Llmlt = 099 6"Rod has pistol 2999 __ GRAN AM/FM PRIX DIGITAL RADIO Iii

Metal.Adjust .a.
/* The Stai ke Department will be able heights. saDeepheatmasCLOCK.. or both, ..........".M
sponsoring a 1st annual Turkey Tennis 'I -1l Sava 4.00
Tournament to:start later this I -
month and end"with finals in 4 divisions IMMERSION 2399 --- I
the weekend of Nov.22.: EPSOM HEATER 12-FT.COPPEA EVEREADV'AAENERGIZER

The tournament Is open to all SALT ............. R.BOOSTERCABLE...... BATTERIES Illuminated numerals.
players with divisions for men's, nA tw..a.oo /
t.:: M a.1.ao; r/ 24hr.alarm.Auto repeat.
singles women's singles, men'sdoubles ...... 299 '
fIrIoM 5"9 ..:: -J10
and women s doubles.;
Trophies are guaranteed for, the win'; Easy to use granules. Heat water for BO A.Jt "
Limit 1 tea. coffee or Heavy Gut)
I
ner and runnerup in each-:division; Instant soup. booster cables. ridof&mori. CASIO CREDIT CARD
with the possibility of more trophies if CALCULATOR
the number of entries allows it." No.LC7S1Rag.11.tt I
All matches leading up to the finalswin ,
be set up by the players or teams ' 8
for a convenient time.'The finals ,
be set by the Rec. Department with I!I 1 1099 uo--. oaaalio

line judges provided. .
Entry deadline has been set for Friday l_. :!!!ties '
Oct. 23 with cast 85 for singles :!lips it n(,; f Wafer-thin.
and $a per doubles team (meaning$8 LCD display.
p Has%& memory keys.
per person competing in both singles
and doubles) plus balls provided by
the players. Those wishing to enter
should come by the Rec.office in the PRESTO

Old Armory to register.President's .... "TEMPA-SURE"f
BORDEN ASSORTED C ON ( '
Cup Golf HOUSEHOLD HAIR DRYE' MINOLTA', 35mm PORTABLE' S
CREMORA
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Set at Country Club .i IN aMcii' naaT.orrufM AUTO FOCUS HEATER: ,
WITH 1S-OUNCS.cl..L..flO'.I..........t.tS PLASTICWARE ...........1.... COMPACTCAMERA Rag.4t.lt Save 10.00
All Starke Golf Country Club Non-dalrycreamer.Limit ......ul..1... ssfl 29 .2 speeds 4 4 heat settings .Mao.1IS.MSaoaM.00

members 38-hole are President's invited to participate. Club Golf in _' r.........'..... Its VOUR 4A..ec..calms4AUMrcs ,/. .',.. .....,: ,..'I IaAUMIA' 39ftIC" IIIIIIq
the CHOICE .......... .. .
Tournament slated for Saturday and ..:.ft. .......""-1" 'L"MfI.8A'2'. :, 1'3999 .
Choose Round Laundry Basket. I "' Dual heat controls.Instant -
Sunday.Oct. 31 Nov. I at the local .'ALCOtT Wastebln "MAUII"..,.,..
Pail
.course. "AITAN.."" .........1..c...19t1qt.. DIshpan.. or .or A...... ............,....;....999 With vlew-flndor. a built-in flash IIn-forced heat.
There will be.Low Gross competition -
plus full handicap will be used to Bffffa : ;" ":' :! ffjff rff4r1 1FffFiiFI1ff
determine the net score: winner with.
prizes being passed out as follows): You're Going to Like
... < -Winner 3 both Low Net and Low _
Gross: both will receive a trophy and Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer! '
$23 gut certificate for the Pro Shop. Bradford Sq. Shopping Center

Runnerup In both Low Net and Low. ptmit nih awnr,_o)eoto o be ,. .", _'_ .
Gross: 919 gift certificate.., .- .- TODAY AND IVCNVOAV 831 S. Walnut St:, Stark
Plus there will be *.*13 gift certificate .' ..Mm for H>a anca: M_KMMOMT,
for the golfer who drives tJ'11I.11I..IIIOC..II..U TODAY ANq Charge 191 I
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number two for' .. .... .r1.., ,. -
nearest the pin on Dflets you vanl. ..".-_ifwx 1f J Ij 6': I r"i
.both Saturday and Sunday and a $ly .. J y ; '11f0 ; .' .
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CONTEST RULES: ,

1)) Anyon. except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties w.will us.th.total points scored White Football Contest Winner. i
immediate families are welcome to enter, but In th. Bradford County High School game each ii
each week. week (except th. Tornadoes open week) as a tle- all that of t i
limit of
there Is a one entry per person Larry White the games gave many i
br.ak.r. Please fill In the points you think will be was only our predictors trouble. a I
one of over 100 contests to
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the scored by th. Tornado. and their opponent com correctly pick all but 4 One game with he slipped about up on f
( just
along
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the blned In th. tiebreaker blank. For Instance, th. games last week,check.everybody he ) was the Arkansas ,
the$Z5 first d
Telegraph office before p.m. each Friday after. scor. In one of BHS games last year was Mae- prize victory over top-ranked .
noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name clenny 17. Tornadoes 15, th. correct total scor. Larry correctly tabbed Texas. Kenneth
James Dilts.
Iowa State as winners over
of the team you think will win or"tie" if you think was 32 points. Missouri New England over Carlton and Vanis Rosier
the game will end in a tie. The person who picks Houston, the Jets over Buffalo were all close,each missing
the most games right will win the top prize. 4)) All decisions of the (fudges are final. ,and SMU over Houston, just 5

choices.Get Your Entry In NOW .
LIMIT: One Entry Per Person! No Purchase necessary!
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,.'11. ." and unset red on the Games This Week yards rushing and won the game on a
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(all out of town)
their undefeated 4 yard run by Chandler In the second
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\ pace in league play,
: .' Mitey Mites at Lake Butler ((11:00)
and the Jr. Pee 6-0
Wees also quarter.
won as
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: Bradford teams took 3 of S games The defense played an excelleng
Pee Wees at Lake Butler ((3:00):
from Bel Med in a Pop Warner football Jr; Midgets at Bel Med ((5:00) game, coming up with a pass in-
in Centrell Lee to stop a
Saturday Starke last weekend: terception by
Med
Midgets at Bel ((7:00): )
The Jr. Midgets dropped a 42.12It1sa last attempt by the Raiders before the

i i. against Bel Med and the Pee Wees Cowboys ran out the clock.
S lost 257. Head Coach Ronnie Padgett
credited his offensive line of Robby Bel Med 25

k Mitey Mites 44 Padgett, Chris Noegel, Ron Zurfluh, Pee Wees 7
I. Bel Med Travis Looney Wesley White and
0 Bel Med worked its way into a tie
The Cowboys, the league's only Andy Goodowns with playing Its best with the Bradford club for first placeIn
I still-undefeated Mitey Mite team game of the season. "They controlledthe the Pee Wee National division with
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made it 4 in a row with a 44-0 thumping line of scrimmage Padgett said. this win Saturday.A .
I of Bel Med. The defense kept up its streak of 4 29 yard TD pass put the visitorsup

The offense was unstoppable with straight shutouts and 20 consecutive 6-0 early but the Cov.bo came

Lance Wiggins tallying 2 touchdownsand unscored-on quarters behind the play back to forge into a 7-6 lead when

rambling 175 yards on.the of Clarence Williams, Bo Hershey Cory Strong and Darin Patterson connected .

ground, quarterback Chuck Morrows Gerald Bradham Gail Hampton, and for a 26 yard touchdown pass

sneaking up a wide open middle for 2 Matt Traylor. and Strong blasted over for the 2 point

,"' 1 more scores and 100 ground yards, Jr. Pee Wees '6 conversion with just 35 seconds left in
4 1 cMaart and Cecil Hampton, a converted the half.
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yt linebacker, scoring 2 TO's on 3 carries Bel-Med Raiders 0 The second half was all Belled!

tlI \\, with his other tote going for a The Cowboy Jr. Pee Wees shook off though as the visitors returned an interception

-,-- ir r 63Ai1 'iI l ./r -.aefFMa:.aft ., ... WI --:: v long score that was called back. The 120 yards in penalties to overcome the and then a fumble for
seventh Cowboy score came on the Bel-Med Saturday movIng scores that put them up 19-7 in a mat
Seeley Takes the Ball Away from Bel Med... game's opening play, with halfback into first place In the National ter of minutes.

I Tlmmy Seeley of the Bradford Pee Wees leaps up to steal a Bel Med pass as teamatet Patrick Marks (70). Ron Shawn Nichols throwing a pass to .Division as both teams had 3-2 This week's opponent for the PeeWees
Thomas (40)). and Cory Strong (partially hidden) look on. Gerald Bradhan covering 42 yards fora records after the Starke win. -' Lake Butler Is undefeated
6-pomter. With Harold Chandler motoring forty with a $-0 mark.

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statute. whose oddres Is THREE six consecutive week file the original with the against you and you are Florida Probate Divi NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Doted this 25th day of RIVERS LEGAL SERVICES; prior to the r.tvrn'dat. clerk o/this Court either .required serve a copy sion. The personal APPLICATION CITY OF IAWTEY
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT designated.DONE of written defenses, representative of the FOR AMENDMENT OF FLORIDA
309 N.E. First herelnabove
Sept, 1981 In Stark., INC., before service on plain..tlff' your I
OF FLORIDA "IN Flo. Scree(, Gainesville, AND- ORDERE attorney or Immediately t"i'. any to it, on the plain estate Is THOMAS THE LAND USE PLAN 10 221 tpd
AND FOR BRADFORD 10/01'4 .. Jacksonville Florida tiff'. whose ROWLEY 17 Irvington CITY OF LAWTEY
t pd IQ/22 Florida 32601. who I I. at thereafter; attorney .
COUNTY Petitioners attorney on this 25th day.. pf otherwise a default will name and address I I. Street Wostwood. New FLORIDAAn
CIVIL ACTION ''N THE CIRCUIT COURT or'' before October 29, Seplembe981.' } be entered against you PIERCE AND HARDY. Jersey 07675. The name
Case No. 81.206 ( IHEEIGHTHJUDICIAL 1981 and file the Susan H Block for the relief demandedin P.A.. Dudley P. Hardy. and address of the personal ORDINANCE amending PUBIC NOTICEIN
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FLORIDA BANK: AT .U/r/ IN AND FOR STATES DISTRICT. P.O. repreientalive's the ComprehensiveLand THE CIRCUIT COURT
original<< with tho Clerk of UNITED the complaint or peti Drawer 1O30 .
STARKE. a banking core IMAOFORD COUNTY. this Court either before JUDGE tion. Starke, Florida 32091 attorney are set forth Use Plan Clement FOR BRADFORD COUNTV.

poration I .V tIDA. service on Petitioners 10/086tcho.U/l2 WITNESS; my hand ond and file the original with| below and Map, by Lowley. FLORIDA.
Plaintiff CASE NO. 81-308.CA Attorney, or Immediately the teal of the Court on the clerk of the above All persons having Florida. In accordancewith CIVIL ACTION
vsROBERT KEVANIE CORPORA.', before claims or demands the local Government CASE NO 81-382
thereafter; otherwito NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO October 12. 1981. styled court on or
HUGH EDENTION d/b/a Default will be entered REGISTER GILBERT S. BROWN November 13. I98U against the estate are Comprehensive
FIELD ond EFFIE' PAUL T. COLLINS COMPANY a against for the relief FICTITIOUS NAME CLERK OF THE COURTBy otherwise a Judgementmay required WITHIN THREE Planning Act of 1975 as IN RE The Marriage! of
BEATRICE .EDENFIELD hit demanded you In the Peti Beulah Moody be entered against MONTHS FROM THE provided for In Chapter JESSIE HAMILTON
wile. Plaintiff, Pursuant to. Section As Deputy Clerk you for the relief DATE OF THE FIRST 163 of the Florida Husband

Defendant vs tion.WITNESS my Hand and 865.09, Florida Statute, 10/)S ..lhg1105IN : demanded In the com PUBLICATION' OF THIS Statutes. and
NOTICEOFSUIT: f file' with the TO. All Citizens Taxpayers HAZEL HAMILTON
NOTICE :
; DEWEY G. OLIVER AND C Seal of the Court on the notice I I. hereby given plaint or petition. ta
PROPERTY KATHERINE L. OLIVER 24th day of September that the undersigned WITNESS, my hand and clerk of the above court and other Interested Wife

TO:. Robert Hugh Eden his wlf. MID-FLORIDA 1981. at Storke. Bradford Art "Doc" Miller Route THE, CIRCUIT COURT, the teal of said Court on a written statement of persons
field and Elfle Beatrice PRODUCTION CREDIT County Florida. 4, Box 1487 Starke, EIGHTH JUDICIAL: CIR October 13th. 1981.GILBERT any claim or demand You and each of you NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
Edenfield 1350 S. TreadASSOCIATION. LOUIS Gilbert S. Brown Florida 32091 sole CUlt OF FLORIDA. IN "- --. S, BROWN they may have. Each ore hereby qnd herewith : JESSE HAMILTON
way No. 37. Abilene. CARSTENSEN and all CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT owner, doing business AND FOR BRADFORD Clerk ol Said Court- .claim must be in writing given .notice In eecor'dance -' .__Addrest Unknows
Texas.; 79602. unknown port''.. having i COURTBy under the firm name of COUNTY .By, Marian McRae. and must i indicate- the with EToridoStatutes YOU ARE NOTIFIED
YOU ARE HEREBY or claiming to have any Marlon McRae Ashmor Publishers, CIVIL ACTION Deputy Clerk basis for the claim the that the City that a Petition for
NOTIFIED that on action 11., ,jlit, title or Interest In Deputy Clerk Woodland Acres, Route CASE NO. 81-450 10/154 tchg 11-05 name and address of the Council of Lawtey Dissolution of Marriage

to Mortgage Foreclosure the property described in 10/1 4tchfl 10/22 4, Box 1487, Starke, STEPHEN J. EDWARDS. creditor or his agent or Florida will conduct a' has been filed .againstyou
th.followlngprop.rtyln Complaint to Florida 32091 intend to Husband attorney and the public hearing at a in the above named
Bradford County, fo..n.lose mortgage, UNITED STATES DISTRICT register said fictitious' vsLINDA NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO amount claimed. If the regular meeting held at Court and you ore required .
Florida: Defendants., COURT MIDDLE name under the KAY EDWARDS REGISTER claim Is not yet due, the 730; p.m. at City Hall. to serve a copy of
The N 1/2 of the follow. NOTICE OF ACTION. DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE aforesaid statute. Wife FICTITIOUS NAME dot.when It will become Lawtey. Florida on Mon your answer or pleading
ing described property: TO: LOUISA DIVI Dated this 15th day of NOTICE OF SUIT Pursuant to Section due shall be' stated. If day. Nov 2nd. 1981 and on the Petition to the

parcel land contain. CARSTENSEN. whoso last SION. October A.D., 1981 In. NO PROPERTY 865.09. Florida Statues, the claim It contingent or will consider on Ordinance Petitioner attorney
ing 1.0 acres, mare of known address was P.O. CASE NOBI.958.Clv..J.B Bradford County. TO: Linda Kay Edwards;;I notice It hereby given unliquidated the natureof relating to: RICHARD E.WELTY. P O
less, and lying In the NW Box 499 Branson Florida 10/15 4lpd 11/05 CIO Earnett B. Watkins, that the undersigned the uncertainty thai) Amendthe Comprehensive Box 995 Starke. Florida
1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 32621 and whose pr. UNITED STATES OF Sr.. Holly Hill S.C. SUZANNE SIMMONS. 111 be stated. If the claim It land Use 32091. and file the

27, Township 6 South sent addret It AMERICA Plaintiff YOU ARE HEREBY East Washington St., .secured the security Plan to provide that original answer or
Range 22 East Bradford unknown who It not vt IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTIFIED that 'an: action Starke.; Florida 32091, shall.. be described. The lands currently' classified plead.ng in the Oldce ol
County Florida sold known to be dead or NORMAN C. DAGUE and THE EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT for Dissolution, of Marriage tole' owner, doing claimant\ shall deliver Rural Residental and the Clerk of the Circuit
parcel being more particularly alive, n\prrlod divorced JACQUELINE N. DAGUE. IN AND FORBRADFO'RD lids been filed business under the firm sufficient copies ol the designated by the plan Court In ond for Bradlord
described qt tingle or remarried and hi* wife; et.ol., defendant COUNTY, TIME claim to the clerk'" to at yellow be County. Florida on or
.. ...... against. .voui and ,ore name of SECOND
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yaju b.lor.Nov.mb.r 27
:- s follows: hit r.'p.ctl" "unknown *- .r; FLORIDA nr-i- enable the clerk to mail reclassified to Mobile"
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AROUND at L.,_
;. '.: .t 'C.onnmence; at the NW 'pOUS.Ih.lr! *, .. i.. ; CASE NO. 81-448 requlrea to serve a CopyOofryoVI Weldon St. St.r... -.b.... copy to each personal Homes' and designated!J< 1981. w.
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2Zo told'MWI/4-ol *"ni"gr-bVrteof 'W> aYslcJnV ORDER.' SERVICEJ BY .. .' i iJ< frt'lfir:' ,,( ventftefpdef antes, 1 of If you foil' fo do so
>..'rbf' ; ;? 't ): 1\\ > If to It. on the plain Florida 32091:Intend to representative.All Brown.V/ the property .
any
NE lid and run North 89 Manors.' creditor, PUBLICATION OLA MAE ROWE: tiff's'atforney, whosename ; register said fictitious persons InterestedIn Mondy Manning and Judgment' by default will
degrees 45'30" East trustee or other ;This cause came to be Plaintiff 'ahd .address I I. name under the the estate to whom a Sidney Manning described be token against you for
along the Northerly claimants by, through heard upon the verified v.LAWTEY. ,PIERCE AND HARDY aforesaid statute. copy of this Notice of Administration as follows: lot 4, relief demanded in the

boundary thereof 57.0 under or against said motion.of Plaintiff for on TURPENTINECO. P.A., Dudley P. Hardy Dated this 15th: day of has been Block 4 Town of Lawtey, Petition.
foot, thence Southerly Defendant and all order for 'service by AND P.O. Drawer 1030, October. A.D. 1981 in mailed are required 100 feet deep 30 feet Witness my hand and
18.67 feet to a concrete unknown parties having publication and It appearing T.B. HAMBY ET AL Starke. Florida 32091 Bradford County. WITHIN THREE MONTHS along lake Avenue, seal this 20th day of Oc

monument" located at the or claiming to have any that this action Defendant and file4 the original with 10' I54tphll l 05 FROM THE DATE OF THE Southside.You robs 1981.
intersection of the South right title or Interest In has been brought for the NOTICE OF ACTIONTO the clerk of the obov..tyl.d FIRST PUBLICATION OF
and East right of way line the property described inofacountygradedroad enforcement of a lien : LAWTEY TURPENTINE court before IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIS NOTICE to file anyobections are further given Gilbert. Brown.
on or
r.af'.prop.r'y CO. and. T.B. HAM. they may that of Clerk of Said Court
the Complaint to against November 13, 1981 FOR BRADFORD COUN | NOTICE o copy
thence South 0 degrees Foreclose Mortgage. situated within the Middle BY "if alive, and if d 08' W.st along said YOU ARE HEREBY District of Florida and. their unknown spouse, be entered a judgementmay DIVISION. validity of the decedent's DINANCE Is available for Deputy Clerk
Easterly right of way notified that suit has described as follows: heirs devltcet, for the againstyou relief will the qualifications, of your inspection at the 10 224lchgll: 12

: .;, line 202,15 feet to the i been filed against you In X portion of the SE I/" grantees, creditors and demanded In the com- File No. 81-110-CP the personal representative Office of the City Clerk
point of beginning. From I he above-styl.d cause of SE 1/4 of' Section 29. all other parties claimingby Division 1.3351IN or the venue or City Hall, lawtey.
plaint or petition.
: point of beginning thus and you are required to Township 6 South, Range through under or WITNESS my hand and Jurisdiction of the court. Florida,
:;. described continue South Mo your answer with the 22 East In the City of against them; successorsin the seal of said Court on RE: ESTATE OF: ALL CLAIMS. Each and every person
0 degree 08' West olong Clerk of.this Court and to Stark., Bradford County Interest trustees or October J3th. 1981. GOLDIA ROWLEY. DEMANDS AND OBJEC having any interest
'; said Easterly right of way srvo a copy thereon Florida and being more any other person claimIng GILBERT S. BROWN deceased TIONS NOT SO FILED whatever in the enact

',; line 218.0.feet, thence 'pon, JAMES N. DAVIS; : particularly described as by. through under or Clerk of Said CouVr NOTICE OF WILL BE FOREVER BAR. menof this proposed W
South 89 degrees 52' East tbQUIRE.: 428 N. Periim follows: against ony corporationor By Marion McRoe ADMINISTRATIONTO RED. ORDINANCE should appear -
200,0 feet. to the Wester'suta Drive Daytona Fpr point of roferance other legal entity Deputy Clerk Date of the first and be .heard at the J

:J.. i1\-fIght 'oJ,w y line of a. Baach. Florida. 32018.: commence 'ot the NW carped as a defendant; 10 I 154 tchg II OS All PERSONS HAVING publication of this Notice time and place prescrib. .. J.l
; w. radod. road, thence, ,Attorney for Plaintiff' corner: ,,(Said SE 1.4 of 'and all claimants, persons t:I: CLAIMS OR Administration.. it October ed. .
Ii; North:" 0 degrees 08' East not later than November SE I/4.ond'iun: thence or parties, natural IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. DEMANDS AGAINST THE 22. 1981.

\''M'alpn'o ,the;,old Westerly,, 3., 1981., If you fall to dd South B1'd.gr.es 18 feet 'or corporate, claiming EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRrffll 8,l ABOVE ESTATE AND All Thomas D. Rowley
t 7ta.ht4.way line, 218.0 '0. o default may bo East along the Northerly under any of the above CUlT OF FLORIDA. IN OTHER PERSONS |INTERESTED Personal Representative
:I" leer&thence1 North 89 entered against you for boundary thereof a named or described AND FOR BRADFORD IN THE ESTATE: Of the Estate of
c)egr*.i">!2'" West 200.0 the relief demanded in I distance of 25.04 feet to defendants, COUNTY. 9::110:I YOU ARE HEREBY GOLPIA' ROWLEY ffialph Bryan Real Est@ti'
'feet to the Point of the Complaint. This suit the Easterly boundary of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that CIVIL ACTION .NOTIFIED that the ad.ministration deceased

.Beginning also described ,ls, to foreclose mortgage. the rlght-of.way of Ep- an action to Quiet Title CASE /NO. 81-491 01 the ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL 1m

; .. as the N 1/2 of lot 4. The real property person Street; run on the following described IN RE: The Marriage of estate of- ,GOIDIA REPRESENTATIVE 211 s. TEMPLE AVE
.: Block 1 of Garden Acre. proceeded against It: J' thence South (0 'degrees property In Bradford GEORGE C. LIVESAY. ..ntQWlEY. deceased File :: J.J. WOLBERT, 1..J.3.
': an unrecorded plat. Commencing 9! the NET' -30 feet East along' ..oldJa.t.rly' County Florida: Husband f v,Number 81-110-CP. Isp."dlng JR. P.O. Office Box US '301 .
::.; Also: The adjacent corner of NW I. ".of NW' boundary ''a in. the Circuit TOSS Starke. Florida
..-;. Western 30 feet which I 4 and thence run West *distance of 335 feet to The East half of Lot "5. MILDRED'VS C, LIVESAX.[.J. c.j,. .Court' for Bradford Coun- 32091. 964-5200 (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q)

adjoins on the East end 293 1 3 yards for a ttari "point of beginning From WOODLAWN: Section Wife 10 332tchglO 29 NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS
; of the above described ling paint thence run" point ol, beginning thus IS Township 5' South NOTICE OF SUIT -
property reserving unto Soulh 660 yards thence t L described continue South Range :22 East, all tying NO PROPERTY 964-8788, ANYTIME

:. the general public the ryn West 146 2/3 yards" 0 d.gr..3O fool East a and being In Bradford TO.: GEORGE C. ERA MONDAY-FRIDAY ,..5 :.... SATUROAY9.12
right of use to said 30 thence run North 660 distance of 75, feet to o County.. Florida<< p
LIVESAV. RAYMOND
feet for ngr..* and yards, thence run East point; run Ihence North FABRICATOR.C INC. ,P.CU FAULKNERREALTY Evenings and Sunday by appointment
egrets; 146 ;23 r yards to the 89 degrees 30 feet East a hot been filed against' BOX 3726. MORGAN CITY Ralph P. Bryan REALTOR
place of beginning S.c. distance of 97.21 leer to you and you are requiredto LOUISIANA 70380
has boon filed again lion I. Township O South o point; run thence North serve a copy.of your YOU ARE HEREBY LAND
"- you Robert Hugh Eden Range 20 East ALSO:: NE, 1 degree 10 feet West a written defenses, if any that
NOTIFIED
an action' Country Club felt-$6.000 le S10.000
;:. field and Etfie Beatrice: I 4ofNEI,. except (hat,.. distance of 75.01 feet too to it on.WOLBERT. SAX. for Dissolution, of Marriage 9S4.SOSS m e REOUCEDI1 acret|just out el city SS.OOO. owner fin.ncad ,
: Edenfield and you are required portion :lying North and point; run thence South ON AND MIOOLETON. has been filed
tome a copy of West1 or New River Section 89 degrees 30 feet West ,P.O. BOX 1080. STARKE ',. ", .,' 1 .
your written defenses If 2. Township 6 South a distance of 96.33 f..t FLORIDA 32091 plain. 'GOOD INVESTMENT-SR 130 S'rt ecres loaded with

'. any to. It, on the plaintiff Range 20 East; contain. to point of beginning tiff's attorney on orbefore .22* LI!!,..".St. Across from Wishbone, ..I.... could.* I.t tub/dlvn. 12'. IInenclng 20 years$33r500v .
: ,' : attorney whoso Ing In Ih. aggregate 58 November 18 andICOMI :\ OFFICE HOURSt- ...:.; .--. -.----. ---- .. ..

'.:. name and address Is 'acres more or I.... and It further appearing j B'd Monday Friday $ 'SalurdeyP.ITnoo. '-IAWTEV AREA ,"Apprei. |%. ecret SS.OOO Appro S
George H. Pierce.,6.; WITNESS my hand and the Defendants NormanC. ( acret $9.000 .""ft.. financed.US .
Box 1030 Starko. Florida' seal of said Court at Dague and JacquelineN. ,
Office Space: for Rent 301 te M-Woeded; ate 20 acres 53.000 per A.
32091. and file the 'S'< original with the clerk of Florida tho 24th day of not be served within the Phone 964-770O ONE OS! THE NICER HOMES-8rick ".".... 3 IR. 2 BA. for -SECLUDED-10 ecres. U pines', 112.000 US down 20

the above ttylod court on Sept. 1981. State ol Florida that It i it 393 N. Temple Avenue mel) living end dining rooms fomlly room with fireplace' years et 12*..

or before November '2. Gilbert A. Brown not practicable to serve gi-gqpiouselarge double garage on approx. 3/4 ecre. IAURA CHURCH AIIA.'. ecres toned for homes er
1981: otherwise o judgeCLERK OF THE CIRCUIT. them personally; and Bi EaBHBHBfliBHBMHBinH FOR SALE Call Street loll.WJIY mobile home. .500.
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:. ment may be entered COURT that they. hove not volun 964-5231 Beautiful, landscapedYord3IR. Lt AREA 1/2 ee,. 3 BR. 1 BA, asbestos shingle
against you for the reliefdemanded By'Beuloh Moody tardy appeared herein; it. 2 .BA brick siding $24,100. Terms. HOMES
In the com Deputy Clerk is therefore home, $34.000 C.... ,to 4 I/I ACRES with end Between Statke Country privacy with city: convenience 54a24 double
septic light pale.
:.-. plaint at petition. 10e 14tchg 10 22 ORDEREDAS Walk ta Town-2 BRFrame. Attumable' ,10% 'Mar-' end Leke Butler wide mobile hem. 3 '1. 2 belh. central heet/elr with
WITNESS my hand ondthe FOLLOWS SH.SOO, elec. built In appliances' : speclou 11/3 arcs with plenty
: seal of said Court on The Defeandanls tgage. ef shode trees..owner tlnenced--prl e $26.000.
; 1.
*4 Bedroom Homo-Could ONE ACRE. 1ii40: mobile home with bullion end .
: September 29. 1981. IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT Norman C. Dagu.' and 'Retirement Ho", .-' BR In have business .. this location SIS.SOO. Term St. lid. 2)7.' garage.Fenced. COLLEV ROAD-Frome $ BR 2 BA home near school enlarge

: Gilbert' S. Brown OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Jacqueline N. Dague. hit town SI9.SOO. with 200 frantofo en MILES SOUTH OF STARKI-llxsO furnished. mobile home I let. $18,500. Assume ." ... S18.SOO mlg. at ,II*..
: Clerk of Said Court CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR wile, shall appear In this $230 month.
; : By Beulah Moody BRADFORD COUNTY the US-MI. en 1/2 ecre. Sll.OOO.Terms. per
qnd plead |o Reduced homos
2 both
As Clerk FLORIDA cause r 3 Bedroom Frame Home, .3 '.. I beth, block home with fireplace corner lot.
't' Deputy complaint filed, herein on tar $14.500.
.;::: 10' 1 4lchg 10- 22 IN fiE Th. Marriage of.: or before November 16. with 2 acre ol lend.Growyour VERSATILE BUSINESS lOCATION-Ceuld hove gas pumps. ewner financed.: $27.100.

':- RODERICK GEORGE 1981 or In default .4 own vegetable Only.21000. Terms.BAYLESS .2 BR frame corner f.t. crooned 'front perch $12.SOO.
$ 'NOTICE OF INTENTION HUNSINGER. Husband thereof the Court .thall home Bodroomt-Country. *George Business' tor .. t BUSINESS
I* .SOO.
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-J 10 REGISTER FICTITIOUS 'ond proceed to judgment In with equipment. call. far HIGHWAY ((22S-IO) .ores wooded. Terms Two Income reducing .properties In downtown Ideal for

J NAME JO ANNE MUSCARELLA this cause to the extent 301 Frontago-3 BIT. 2 'A.I details. .".lIobl.. (vestment er smell "".'..."... Owner will sell teperete
Wife, 2 Bedroom Trailer with
i': Pursuant to Section HUNSINGER. provided for by Section '
end finance, "'.000 i., both.
865.O9. Florida Statutesnotice << .- CASE NO. 1-420* I65S. Title 28. United CH/A2 let, 40000.; assumable mortf.... IMMACULATE-, t I/J IA double wide. Completely
:1 I I. hereby given NOTICE OF ACTION States Code ot if, taid I *) ..dr....*; Taller. 1 furnished. One .c,.. Financing .below current: rotes. -Feyr furnished rental units (could he h..... end t rentals -
'10:1 JO' ANNE Family Homo-3 ..hireIto ; ). rental Income ., S6SO mon
that the undersigned. Defendants had been t BR..' acre land with (oho ucces.. Prospective. .r.
'. FRANCES M. VEST. I .O. MUSCAREUA HUNS. served wilrv"process' school, 121,100.. 01 Acre with welt;electtU, FIVE 'ACRls-CI.ec.d with smell pond, LOW DOWN. CAY. $50.000.

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...6dr m r gMWnW I11 _.J _I ala.aaaw' 'M BUS cross country at Palatka (4CO :
6 it r .?' 'f Youth nag football (3:15 &'4:15) -?' !1 *:&*($i '><:' \' "

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: N. Marlon at BHS football (HOMECOMING) ((8), 'j
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Tornado jltq! .. Saturday Oct. 2d- ?

Pop Warner all teams have away games. jg

Rotary Club Golf Tourney SG&CC. . :*
The big and burly Hurricanes of V.1.1t
Gainesville H'gh (4-2)( proved to be :
too much for the injury-riddled Tornadoes Sunday. Oct. 25- \ '_. &
in the club's District 5-AAA Men's flag football ((1:30: & 3) *
matchup in Gainesville last Thursday : .
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counter with North Marion FrHay, Youth flag football ((3:1564:15) ;f:
Oct. 23.The '
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big GHS (4-2) size advantagewas : i,
too much for the Tornadoes to .
Oct. 29-' >
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overcome. On offense BHS rarely '
dislodged the Hurricane line, its run- Tornado Defenders Shake a Fumble Loose... Baldwin N. Marlon at BUS cross country (3:30) ;m;
ners accounting for just 40 yards. On Starke youth flag football ((3:15: and 4:00): :!;r.:
defense the Tornadoes were bullied With Bradford linebacker Don Green having him col- Tornadoes John Bennett (left In white) Kenny Wright .
around by a GUS offensive front that lared Gainesville' Culmer James (middle right) lost standing), and Eric Lane (far right were In the picture ------ -'.:',
paved the way for 211 'Cane yards on touch with the pigskin and stood It on end In last week's and Bennett got the ball back at the Tornado 32.
the ground and gave talented quarter- ballgame at Citizen's Field. I
back Vernell]] Brown plenty of time to
complete 10 of 15 passes for 140 yards. Local
Brown hit ltof-15 passes on the doesn't have the legpower to punch between the tired Tornadoes and the Boy
Early on the Tornadoes gave GHS night, and scrambled twice for the ball in from short range. After an GHS second-teamers.
some resistance, even threatening to touchdown runs covering 20 and 5 option run was closed down for a loss Meets An 3 .
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knot the score 7-7, but in the end even yards. of 2 Thompson went to the air, rolling 6 d an.d.r. OHS, rn rM't'A ,
Gainesville's fresh second unit troops The Tornadoes best chance to score right and looking into the endzone.His ,,... "'......,d. 1-I I IIIM All Pro / ; t tWhat'
were effective against the weary Tor- came in the second period, after GHS pass never got there. With the 7. N.d.,..7d,.
nado ranks. And it was a Tornado had broken a 0-0 first quarter standoffby rush on Thompson's throw was short 5.1.... .....-... 16.l.-. ,
corps that was thinned out even more driving 44 yards to set up Brown's and Gainesville safety Culmer James s".s/" __..__ Ills tUt a dream for a young boy? ;
for this, their fifth ballgame. Leading 20 yard TD scamper. After the ensu- picked the errant toss off and M .?.M.I.. ...1..1 .1M.dlwd Well, one might be to meet an NFL t'
rusher and top secondary tackier Em- ing kickoff a holding penalty against scampered 96 yards untouched. pro football star. That was the dream
mitt Watkins got on the field just once Gainesville's punt receiving team Another conversion kick made it 14-0 h.....'... t that came true for 11-year-old Eric + "L4
and never touched the ball]] because ofa gave the Tornadoes the ball]] back and with 5:44: left in the half and the wind OIrmm II I..1(Jcvnwy kkk. ) 71471.15 Verunac of Lawtey this summer. '
recurring leg problem and starting Bradford marched in close when was taken out of Bradford's sails. OImmmt M.bit Mtyra(Jwtnwy hick. ) Eric, who competes In local Hag
monster Larry Long suffered a knee quarterback John Thompson lofted a The Tornadoes never seriously O.Irmm nM(Jw.7 isa. football]] and baseball leagues, attended
injury on the initial kickoff and was 45 yard bomb to Jeff Belcher who threatened to score again. OK.'lgM a nM(J--,hIde. the Cleveland Browns preseason

taken off the field by ambulance. made an over-the-shoulder reception. GHS went to the shotgun passing .....-.rrf.ImllvMiMl.. s..... camp in Akron, Ohio with his father ,
Long's injury, which turned out to be .0\ 13 yard pass to Blaine Dyal over the game in the third quarter and drove leak,..J.h. _|n..">*, ....l_.1P. -... and got an up close and personal introduction f l

serious ligament and cartilage middle put the Tornadoes first and 80 yards, with Brown running over ......".........7h..5 Ml-....*...I.-.J...., f*.., .!.!-. DyW s-11. Sipe who to All-Pro posed) for quarterbackBrian this picture
damage in the knee, left the Tornado goal at the GHS 2. from the 5, and then tacked on a C-, N.-N I...
secondary with just 1 of 4 opening- But, just as it was against St. fourth tally with a 66 yard march that ,....,... Mwk Cmn 7 ..-. .uteta-t* ..,.I. DM with the young Bradford County lad
game starters (Brian Thomas) back Augustine a first and goal situation was capped by a 7 yard run by backup DIM* .....,. Mm-tWMMI ,...,. K..MV Wri..M 6-t... Coincidentally, Sipe was throwing I r.if.
be Churl w'nl' .. .ml Wily. MM*.,MlF.. K.w RriiM' footballs at San Diego St. at the same
there to do battle with Brown one ofFlorida's proved to trouble for the Tornadoes quarterback Ricky Knight. ... ...
a..d, t.k.1.1.6.1d. -6. IrU UM time Eric's dad Rick was attending 11-year-old Eric Verunac of Bradford
top QB's. to convert. Simply put BHS The fourth quarter was a standoff ftl.Fumkl.. and Cleveland Brown
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rac* to HNf th.nii.il .*.. Mm A..*..
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High defensive coor- have been playing good ball, they've ;:
dinator Mike Sexton says people may still got a good attitude about It.
f think he's crazy in light of the Tor- But though Sexton Is pleasedthere's s %| nT
nadoes 0-5 record and 121 points obviously problems elswhere.The almost ready for Halloween but first she needs a name and

allowed Tornadoes so far are but playing he's still good insistingthe solid decimated defensive by injuries secondary_ only has Brian been some prettying-up. So we need your help! You .color, and name her bring

defense. Thomas remaining of the starters. your entry back to the store and you could be a winner! No purchase -
"We've just been victimized by so The coaches pointed out that the
many things..." Sexton groaned defensive backfield: injuries relegated necessary. ..
before practice Tuesday. "We're the Tornadoes to 6-2-3 look roost ot:-
playing solid, aggressive defense, the game and didn't allow the 4-deep*; Here's what i you could i With Your Choice l : of HdlimaHi l Puzzle:
especially against the run. You know approach they 'would have liked to I '.
the ballgame the other night should have taken against the GHS passing
have been 7-7 at halftime (if BHS had attack ((10 of 15). JV standout Kevin and Giant Size Hallmark
wvt'T3 i.- t l** V2 managed to score on a possession in- Sampson is being called up to the var* \ a Poster
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Mark Crews Gainesville being carried 94 yards the other side of the ball the of
for a TD that upped 7-0 GHS advan- fense has shown it can move the ball
tage to 14-0)," he noted. "The second well at times,at least with the passing
Tornadoof half would have been anybody's game, but has shown no knack for ,. .,
ballgame. Things like that just keep sticking the ball i iii the endzone and : .", :
happening to us." has been self-destructive with tur
theWeek "You look at the tackle charts and novers. ,..
you see we had 6 or 7 people up there "Obviously the injury to Emmitt G s
this week. We're getting a lot of people (Watkins) hurt.our running game andwe've
involved. I tell you, you look at the got to find a way to cut down on
films and you can't have anything but the interceptions," Head Coach David
Linebacker Mark Crews, a senior praise for the kids right down the line. Hurse said of the offense. He also said
who has been pressed into duty both And he went down the line in rapid the Tornado kicking game has: been
this
ways year, was named Tornadoof order
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hurting us every time out. We've got
the Week for his performance in
"Chuck Williams is playing the best to improve it."
last Gainesville.Thursday's BHS game at football of his life, Barry Reddish has "We're not down on the kids,"
been super consistent, Billy Shannon's Hurse
added. "They hung in there
Crews has been solely a linebacker
for done a super job at defensive and hit hard until the last whistle the
must of his career and that'swhere
tackle since coming over, Kenny other
night. We just can't ask
he shone brightly last week any
Wright is still doing a good job he'r
more out of them than they've givenus.
leading the Tornadoes with 12 tackles,
our leading tackler, Melvin Randles
7 of them We've just to keep a positive at-,
primary stops.
has been a pleasant surprise, Kenny titude about "
"Mark had his best game of the everything.
Bright's playing good ball DonGreen's
The individual.awards
went this
year, probably his best game ever,
improving, he was in on more
BUS Defensive Coordinator Mike Sex- way last week: Best hit- Billy Shan-
tackles than ever, and Randy Luke non and Eric Lane, Best Offensive
ton said Tuesday of Crews, who has
did a good job at defensive guard the
LinemanBruce
Rehberg, Best
started for much of his three-year other "
varsity career at a linebacker post. "We're night.still disappointed that we Defensive Best Defensive BackBrian LinemanMark Thomas, and .

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impressive BUS freshman foot- "We just weren't ready to play. They In the second half BHS finally got
ball team that had opened its season never came close to playing the kind on the board. Bellamy shot through .
with two victories and a one-point loss of football they're capable of." the line behind blocks by Donald ,
to Gainesville High did an about face Clay a team small in size but big on Thornton and Robbie Boone for a 27 1
last Tuesday night in Starke, being quickness and aggressiveness, used yard gainer to the Clay 33. After .
shellacked by Clay High of Green its option offense and blitzing defenseto Tyson bulled for 8 more Bellamy 1 '
Cove Springs 348. shoot out to a 204 lead early and broke off a 25 yard TD run and scored A
The loss dropped the Baby Tornadoes look .
never back.
the .
2-point conversion to make
to an even 2-2 with a game at An all night problem with Tornado The Bradford defense it 26-8.life Offldal rules: Coach Harvey did praise the serv- i. .
came to
Baker County this Tuesday night, fumbles gave Clay a big boost as they and stopped the Blue Devils and BHS'; 1. Color the witching of Vonda Kay Hall and Dana ,
Oct. 27, while Clay ran its mark to 3-1, scored on a long pass to up the lead to moved the ball back into 2. Completethe Cooper and the net play I of Hal], Hope phone'number.
Clay territor :! ;<. address zip code, and .
the lone loss at the. hands of .St. 26-0 before halftime. Bradford hit a with just over 7 minutes left on a 23 entry in our I Jackson. and Tracy 8anker9on even Deposit theIr

Augustine. long pass of its own Robert Bellamy yard rumble by Tyson but Bellamy 3. Entries wiD be ju In defeat. .uriginality.'Decision 01'the judges Is final.' I ...-
When asked afterwards what happened to Oliver Tyson for 28 yards but the fumbled the ball back over. Is open ... leak 01
age or younQet' Employees and families or
to bust his youngest team sballoon clock ran out with BHS on the visitor's Clay then added one last tally on a purchase necessary. No substitution of prizes : .' the store.., ere':' .not,,.J"eJliible." oJ", ....-..,
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42. 60 yard bomb to Mark Johnson 6. A list of winners wiD be available In the store after completion of trie contest. "JJ.','.. ; ,'.
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outings came Monday night at homeas Gainesville IIS 16-11-9 the BUS girls came back to win game Y r" _Age'. .
the Lady Tornado volleyballers two 15-11 Dana .
edged GHS in 3 games but Tuesday The Lady Tornadoes overcame a' Hankerson,as and Hope Cooper Jackson Tracy aU Address .i --_. _.'._ .h. .. ., ,tv,1 ''...,. w-'v. .'o- ..',.'.. ,- ._. .
slow '- .r.'r' ; .
night defending district champ Santa start to score their fourth win in served I ; :" '*l I I* '' .1.1.' "' Y .
four winners. BHS .
the last five on then '. *.' I'fertf' ''J'..fl.t ''I. *,ikiS'I'"C"'' ., ;
matches ) ; t. i
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Fe slowed BHS down with a 1-5, 1-10 a three- scored a 15-9 win in the decider '1," j J .'.
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defeat that left the Bradford girls 4-6 game victory over GHS in Starke Hankerson served up 5 and Vonda QtY . .. :. ... : ..,. ,: / ;,! S tate-/. .Zip "-. .
overall and 2.5 in District 5-AAA play. Monday night. Kav Hall 4 more. /" .
Bradford finishes up the season Balance was the key word for the "Hope did real good on the net and Phone . .' .. .: : : '- ,
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dleburg, a team they beat earlier, served up at least two service winners of good spikes" said Coach Harvey. t! .
Tuesday night, Oct. 27. After that will in one of the three games. "We were more together as a team C 5 t 1941 Hallmark Cards. Inc .;;
be the District tournament, to be After GHS won the opener 16-14 and it helped." :
-f played at Alachua Santa Fe Wednesday .
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much for us," BHS Coach Inez Gus as would usually be the norm. With wins as hard to come by as they've
Harvey said after Santa Fe, the been this season BItS will take every opportunity it can and that Included Frif3 110 W. Call St. 9645764I I
defending District king and 1981 co- day practice, to get readier North Marlon. a team that like Bradford is ,Ir
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i It was your(Dasic,perfect afternoon:
i and evening./ IL
If you happen to like good food and,
good cheer set I! woods and green fields on a pine: r ,, '
too-hot October ;Florida afternoon, it ra, 1. t d r s 1 f ,IA'
with a little bit of live country music
i and hand-shaking politicians thrownin. } T ,
.for good measure, then you just SI d t t
couldn't have asked for much,more : hL1I t tITT
from the 22nd annual' party,''at..the. ,
Whitehead farm.
And if you missed it,you missed" the 1 -t -
biggest social event each year held in I

Union From County.what began as,,a small j.1V j. i I iD I ___ W 4 1 M
gathering of friends at the sherriff .
place for a yearly bear hunt has now -
mushroomed into a full-fledged '
mass-. a +
,. audience event.Approximately. r ;

this year's edition 3,000( people, and attended were -: '- / :; k k
treated to a fine meal,fine music and p' Yy _
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outright friendliness.' (k __ _
The chicken bog was out of sight.As _
'. was the greens, cole slaw, potato r *
salad and neck bones. Another hot
food item was the chitterlings, but Icouldn't a :
say as they were reportedly
Vlong gone' by the time I got there.
And,for the first time,bear meat was
not served, breaking the original -
tradition. -
Music was provided by the Stan Hit r
chcock band from Nashville and caused ,
some minor dancing,clapping. and a'sawnwmr.r.+.. >' ,'.."'n +.

foot-stomping.Governor Bob, Graham was in at- Visitors are welcomed into the serving line I
tendence, gave a short speech expressing ,"
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gratitude to the Departmentof ------- yW '-" --
Corrections personnel present and The sweetest corn in Florida
then got some dinner. Most offlorida's _......._ ",-'. .-
notable politicians put in at ;.
I least a guest appearance as well.
". Maybe it was just by"accident"that .
\ ,. this years bash happened on Universi/ c I
: ty of Florida homecoming weekend.
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It was hard not bump into -. '%,
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enjoying some sweet corn or hitting ?
that last slug left in the flask from the
Gator game. Old folks,.young,folks rf rV l
and just plain folks. i i6 r a
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place to find. Yeah. just. your basic t
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11 more deer 7 bucks and 4 doe Michlgan/;, e'said.' \ ':3'i I "last year, the agency ''ended up with'r quarter's as a mall vehicle, wun surplus commission equIpment wilt be-available October 20 from any'
were taken at Camp Blanding last. Artists are'Testricte4 tOl.no more 'confiscated equipment. eliminating the need to purchase a at auctions conducted periodically at regional office or the Tallahassee office .
making a total of 25 killed in the two- than two entries and the design most\ .:.fEverything! !: including shotguns new one."Whenever'. the Commission's regional offices. and bids will be opened
weekend bowhunting season at the be original. Itmust{ be 7."\.X. <-10>V' rifles nets vehicles, airboats and possible; we take ad- All firearms both old Commission- November 2.
local game reserve. horizontal,mounted with aril I' X 14" even a horse have been confiscated vantage of the confiscated equipment owned and confiscated, are sold by
by
Blanding wildlife biologist Jim Car'rison mat and a protective covering of the commisssion over the years Phelps said"but much of it Is sealed bid once a year In the Anyone interested in receiving
said even that was a slow count acetatq, or= cellophane is suggested.: 0- Phelps said. sold through public auction and the Tallahassee office of the agency.That notification of the auction of con-
and said "I look for it to pick up Illegal devices seized such as certain money used for Commission operations -* sale is slated for October 2630. Some fiscated surplus equipment can con-
anytime there's more deer out there All designs will be accepted b the fish traps and sawed-off shotgunsare 200 firearms rods and reels and tact the property office in Tallahasseeat
than's been shown so far." Commission until 5 p.m. December destroyed by the agency Phelps spearguns will be on display in the ((904) 488-0139 and be placed on the
The next chance for hunters to bag 14 and selection of the winning design said as is any handgun considered a During the fiscal year just ended main auditorium of the Farris Bryant mailing list for notices.
of the will be made at the Commission the Commission received$23,203 from j
some population Garrison talks "Saturday nignt special." Building 620 S.-Merldian Street from
about is hi two muzzle-loader hunts meeting following the deadline. the sale of confiscated equipmentwith 9 a.m. to 6 p..m.. October 26-29 and 9
set for Saturday and Sunday the next 'The'|Commission uses much of this more than half of that from the 'Ii i
two weekends, Oct. 24-25 and Oct. Artist wishing more informationoil)t .':confiscated equipment to supplementits sale of confiscated firearms. The sale E 4E
30-Nov. i. Quota Is set at 200 for those the competition can obtain it ,by own property rolls. Nets and of both confiscated and outdated IDH1L -$ 1
hunts and Garrison reminds hunters writing: Waterfowl Stamp Contest 'seines for example are turned over Commmisssion-owned eqiupment
that walk-ins will be allowed in at 9 Coordinator Game and Fresh Water to the division of fisheries for use by netted $98,000.Much i
a.m. all four days up to the amount of Fish Commission 620 South Meridian its personnel.A confiscated truck repainted of the. larger items such as Thomas MetalsShop
quota hunters that don't show up. St., Tallahassee Florida 32301. now serves the state head- airboats or vehicles are sold along
That is if 22 permits aren't used. 22
walk-ins will be permitted on a first work done
come-first in basis. Muzzleloading Season now

"They better show up pretty early if Begins October 23 -
they're hoping to walk-in," Garrison HARD OF HEARING?
Complete line of
TALLAHASSEE- re-creation of
said.
"There's smaller
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number (compared to the 450 quota an era of history will be held Oct. 23-23 DAHLBERG'S NEW MIRACLE EAR II' __ (t
for archery) so it'll probably be pret- when sportsmen will be limited to 'i' '
ty close to filling up." muzzleloader guns while hunting THE CUSTOM FIT IN THE EAR HEARING AID Welding .' ;
Bucks only will be legal in the wildlife in certain areas of Florida. FOR MILD TO MODERATE HEARING LOSSR.9.$53300 _

muzzle-loading weekends along with "This special season is eagerly __ | Mig, Gas, Stick and Braising I':
NOW $26900
hogs and turkeys.Managed awaited by those sportsmen who enjoy _... -
blackpowder hunting" said Fred (SUPPLY LIMITED)

Bear Hunting,, W.: Stanbery director of the Divison CHECK OUR SPECIAL LOW BATTERY PRICES. Complete Fabrication

Continues in OsceolaA of Wildlife for the Commission. EP67SE-6.. .. $2.00 E41E-6 .. $2.00E312E6 H. Gardner, .r. ,

three-weekend beat He said that the historical aspect of .... .. 2.00 E13C-6 ... 2.00 SwXng IN.. Nosing. and Blue Print Capabilities
managed .
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hunt finishes up this weekend. Oct the special hunt is that sportsmen area E401E-2... 2.00 aria "' ''i
24-25, at the Osceola wildlife I re-creating the era from around the M.n-rrl 1. .:a-4:3.
(near Lake City). mid-1700's to the mid-1800's when FREE HEARING TEST W..l. til Noon
All hunters need to try for bear is a I muzzleloders were the primary 496- 2 0 13 st e1&t..ti..e ..CtfJ ;
bear permit ($10)) and hunting!t firearm for the taking of wildlife. Gainesville Hearing Aid Center et Prod f,

license. The muzzleloader season will be 1003 N.W. 23rd Avenue Gainesville, Florida 376O095Wm. SteAd
open in the Northeast Central, South Lake Butler
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One More Time For and Everglade regions for antlered ,
Hunter Safety CourseThe deer with one or more antlers at least e
one inch in leggth visible above th ,,
Hunter Safety Course series offered hairline. Good thru Oct. 25th
through Community Educationin l
Starke will be held at least one Also allowed to be taken are rabbits -
more week with a new session star- squirrel quail and wild hog G
ting Monday night Oct. 26. (where declared legal game).

The class, a requirement to get hun Stanberry reminded muzzleloadergun
ting licenses in many states teaches hunters that wildlife manage- Flannel 0
hunter safety awareness with
along ment area regulations may differ
marksmanship and many other tools from statewide hunting regulations.
of the outdoors, is taught by Wayne He said management area regula-
Mclntire of Lake Butler and the tions are available at any Commis-
Gainesville Police Department. sion field office. +
Sessions will be held Monday westernThe.best
through Friday evenings at the Vo- On another matter Stanberry
Tech School in Starke and then at the reminded sportsmen of a dealdine for S.I.
Lawtey Gun Range Saturday, Oct. 31. training and toughening of deer dogs.In t S

For more information call David counties of the Northwest style !?
Smith at the Vo-Tech, 9646150. Region, free-running deer dogs may : *
be taken to the woods for training to Millionaires' Chocolates,.of
Quota Permits the woods for training and toughening million-dollar delicious candies now for less
through October 25. In counties of all than SO't .

Going Fast other Regions the dogs may be taken '. ... .. .., ,. _. .
LAKE CITYQuotas for northeast tot. e woodlands, through? O j. 22., : r -- Ii
Florida wildlife management'' areas Stanberry 'eatd'som'd 'wildlife 6 97r -:- --- '
are filling fast. management areas do permit dog
Those people who procrastinatedabout traininig but dates may differ from 1 .97
applying fora permit may have the statewide calendar. Individual ;rho
waited to late. management area maps and regula- V
.
The only management areas with tions should be consulted before eeses Pieces, Delicl"- js '"
permits available are Osceola 774, owners arrive on the area. ous peanut flavor in a f) JffiS- --_ '
Lake Butler 600 Nassau 400, and .w candy shell. 1 lt>. bag. =* '
Steinhatchee During the deer dog training
3,000.
"The Osceola Wildlife ManagementArea season, the dogs may be trained by
persons possessing a hunting license
and Lake Butler area are fillingat
during daylight hours
and
a rate of about 60 per day," said without guns.Violators. only .
"
Eddie White of the quota hunt section. DYJ. .
"This may well be the first year all ;.&....(. I '
permits for the northeast region are Lose More '" .
issued from Tallahassee," White add Than Just MoneyTALLAHASSEE .
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ed. 4 .t t ''I.... .... I ,
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Persons wishing to apply for a lie had been .flit.... ,. Ii! '," 'oi'.N., "'.. .'.
quota hunt permit issued from the caught breaking the law a "99" case If'I 'p. .. .
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish in the jargon of wildlife officers. 'I i il"I. j
Commission's Tallahassee office killing deer at night with a gun and
have until October 23. light. He had been caught before so k '
the judge sentenced him to a year's w 1t 0O 1.37
Duck Stamp ContestTo probation and fined him $500. But .' 1 : .
Open SoonTALLAHASSEE.Artists much to the man's chagrin he lost !
Eveready Batteries _
Beyer Aspirin Such a .
more than just the !
around the money. ,4 .f Twin Pack For your general low price for such fast .
state are probably putting the The judge ordered the man's battery needs! "C" pain relief! 100 ct. Limit
shotgun, light and his or "D" cell.
finishing touches on their entries for new 'pickup 2 ,
the 1982-83 Florida Waterfowl Stamp truck turned over to the Game and

Design Contest. Entries for the an- Fresh Water Fish Commission. .1 ,,
nual competition will be accepted by Under Florida law,any equipment used J '
the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- in the commission of a crime and I'
mission beginnning November 2. seized as evidence can be turned over
Tom Goodwin, contest cordinator to the agency that made the arrest. /

said the contest is not restricted to Major Grady Phelps assistant
just Florida artist although they director of the Commission's divisionof
predominate the entries. "Last year, law enforcement estimated that In
the winning entry was by a man from about 500 of the 12,500 arrests made


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Mrs. C.E. "Sue" Davis Nlper," Teresa Polk Genny Sue Countryman Soccer Practice To Begin at this time also and there Is fun plan- the Dedan Baptist church'announces; vices I /il'a m. Training union I p.m.
and Angela Cauthern. Soccer for the boys) and girls of the ned for all ages. The public Is invited.An Sunday School 10a.m., and worship and worship at 7pm. Wed. prayer
485-1341 Sixth grade; Sarah Crews Sabrina Brooker Elementary schooTwUl begin old fashion cake walk will climaxthe Kervics r.m. Training union 6 p.m. meeting 7 p.m. '

Starling, Diane Tetstone, Joy Nov. 11, for grades I through 6. Per evening. and worship services at 7 p.m. Rlverland' Music: Club
Brooker School Gina Andrews, Denise mission slips will be sent home ahead Wednesday night prayer services 8 Members of the Itiverland music
The following students participatedin Tetstone Vellenga Sandra Green Myra of time .and must be signed and Brooker Baptist church p.m. club held their regular meeting with a
the County wide football and Angle McCllelon. Scott returned before practice.Carnival The W.M.U. ladies of the church covered dish luncheon at the home of

volleyball jamboree held recently at Douglas Hodge Kevin Starling, Randy Polk. : will attend the W.M.U. conference to New River Baptist Mrs. J.C. Ramsey in Lacross last
the Southside. Elementary school in Greg Pardee. Luanzo Prescott, Mike TimeBrooker'Elementary be held at the Madison Baptist Church The Rev.Jim Countryman pastor of Thursday, Oct. 15. A program of

Starke: Stilwell, Shane McRae, Lamar School Halloween in Starke Tuesday, Oct. 20. Guest the New River Baptist church an- music was presented by Elouise
Fourth grade; Sherry Carter Barnes, Brian Callan. John Foster carnival will start at 5 p.m. speaker for the meeting: will be Mrs. nounces Sunday school 9:45a.m.: Ramsey of across and a Halloween
Sarah Douglas Lucille Foster Penny and Mickey Keedwell. Saturday Oct. 24. The costume paradewill Elley. the state W.M.U. president. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Training theme story, presented by Mamie Jo

Roe Melissa Bishop David Silcox, This is a request issued by the 6th start at the Farmers Market fur The Rev. Andy Moon announces union 6:30 p.m. and Eve. Worship, Douglas. Background music by ,
Danny Wilkenon Tommy Hamilton, grade of Brooker Elementary schoolto ning left up Hwy. 18 East through Sunday school: begins at 9:45a.m.: 7:30 p.m. Wed. prayer meeting.8 Blanch Brown of Lake Butler was en- ,
Vince Robinson Don McDavid, all parents and citizens. Please town and ending at the school house worship service 11 a.m., Training p.m. joyed by all present after the business
Johnny Prescott Junior Prescott, support these students in a fund rais- The Chicken and Rice dinner will be union 6 p.m.,,and worship 7 p.m. meeting. '
Steve Cauthen Paul McDavid, Craig ing drive by purchasing your holiday served beginning at 5 p.m. with Wed. night prayer services 7:30 p.m.' Graham Baptist Church Around town
Bigham Anthony Wilworth Brian at a reasonable once from them dessert and drink accompaning the 'The Rev. James Starling of the Mr. and.Mrs. Hugh Crosby and son
wrap
Kendrick and Ronnie Seay. 30. meal. Dedan Church'The Graham Baptist church announces Matthugh were the recent weekend
the week of Oct. 26 through
Fifth Grade: Laurie Callan, Chris The booths will be open for business Rev. John Hendry, pastor of Sunday school 9:43: a.m..Worship Ser- guest of Commander and Mrs.
Charles L. Moore in Charleston S.C.
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-- M_ _.mlll. Clearmont arrived for an afternoon of
fun on the farm while their parents
r Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt attendedthe I
UoFla. and Old Miss football
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JOIN JR. FOODTAPE j game Saturday afternoon. :
g Mrs. Alma Croft of Dade City Mrs. '
C.F. Padgett of 'Fairbanks and Mr.

and Mrs. A.I. Mann of Brooker attended -
SAVER CLUB the Shaw Reunion at New
Hope Church last Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Fowler of Starke visited '
Screen friends and relatives in Brooker last I

11 n 4 Fantastic f 1 week.Pedestrian Deaths I I


i Down Slightly In '81 i

Save-A-Tape Offer .. TALLAHASSEEPedestrian :

T V deaths In Florida' are down slightly i

from 1980 said the Florida Highway I I

Come On Down And WIN! r Patrol today.Preliminary. records show that for 1

the first nine months of' 1981. 493 .

"Just In Time For Christmas" pedestrians died on our streets and
highways. At the same time in 1980

October 1. 1981 December 31, 1981 World Ser-e'I ; 500 The had been figures killed.also show that

bicyclists are being killed at a faster

rate; 99 in 1981 as compared to 78 in
1980. That is a 27 percent increase.
Total traffic fatalities for the first

I nine months amounted to 2,257 in the
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lb. Carton Fresh Monday nightFOOTBALL current year as compared to 2,086 in

1980. That is an eight percent increasein

Parkay k Cigarettes Coffee overall traffic deaths involving all
motor vehicles.'
Colonel Eldrige Beach.- Patrol
59 49 > director said "When you stop and

think that these statistics were once
warm live American bodies before
they died the Immense tragedy of it
,. all overcomes you.".
"While it looks doubtful now. we
Q. B 6 Lounge hope and pray that people will cometo
No. 284 Starke Hwy 100 No.. 299 Keystone e 66 their senses and make an effort to

6. 12 6.12 (J 301 N. Sh'rk be a safer driver and keep 1981 deaths
below our all-time high of 2,879 in

1980."
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473-4984 2tchg 10/22 acres overlooking payments a electric Item. Itchg 10/22 -In.. Open, meeting .
10/29 ,( available) with month 475-2487 Itpd boom ouY.lu.' rebuilt p.r month. Lake occ.... 2tpd 10/22 1029DOWNTOWN SEVERAL FAMILIES corner of Tuesday nights at 7:30 call 473-2744 Itpd
nice trees from $3,500. 10/22 winch on 1963 G.M.C. '', 3760078. Hnchg 6/18 KEYSTONE 10/22
MANAGER TRAINEE full and Ridge and Clover Lane. Fri p.m. al SI, Ann *
$500 down $50 month. TRUCK TOPPER 1 old' ton P.V. New COTTAGII HEIGHTS upstairs' 2 or 3
part time, earn $18,000and a year tires, .xc.llon' FURNISHED day from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Episcopal Church
up In first year. Mustbe Commercial frontage- excellent condition $700 V6 engine and bedroom 1. bath furnished bedroom apt. 1,700 sq. ft. and Saturday from 9 a.m.- K.y.'on.H.lghts.. CARS ATRUCKS
could be excellent location
., mature, sharp and enjoy Investment opportunity new best offer. Call transmission 2695.00 cottage on Little Lok.G.n.vo to 12 p.m. lawnmower Meeting also h.ld
working with people.For SR-21 N. Owner-salesman. 473.7013 Itchg 10/22 Call or see at Keystone $225 per month. 473-3542 for office or business. Call lu-i.,,age, household goods, Thursday of 9:SO!*.mj in ,
appointment call Saturday 4734375. tfnchg 8/6 FIRE WOOD 1 !* cord oak Auto Service, Commercial Keystone Height Realty. Itchg 10/22 appliances, and clothes. the Stark. .Recreational
AKC DOBERMANS'-Top $45, 2 cOlds $70. 6ft. Circle Keystone NEW ALL CEDAR energy elli- 1981 CHEV.OLETCHEVET 4
or Sunday, 473-7373 pine. Height Realtor 473.4961 tfnchg MOVING SALE Friday Bldg. In Starhe. For Information
ttchg 1022LICENSED quality only. You are invited pine catface logs for kindlIng 904-473-4052 Itchg 1O/2J NOW UllDINGLealng ceint 3br. 2 bo. large living Saturday and Sunday 9 or emergency'help speed. 4 door hatchback:
to visit our kennels fr... 475-2443 Itpd REAL, NICE! 11 1981 15'/ft 1.000 *q.ft. at Hwy 100 and room and dining room. a.m. to 5 p.m. corner call 473.2790 or 9648587. assume payments.
REAL ESTATE 475-1228 10/22 Glastron with 70 with fireplace, also large 473.3607 after 3pm. I Itpd
SALES h.p. Mercury Hwy 21. Also 3.000 q.ft. In Pecan and Lakeview St. In tfnchg 8/27 ,
PERSONi needed. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN NEVER USED Sears and family room. Lorg.lat with 10/22 *
on. exercise galvanized trailerall front of Keystone Height' Sunrise
Call Gene Reese trees Lake Santa Fe Pork Frlgidare ._rub
Realty. tfnchg 72'I..ACRE bicycle $60. On. brand new. $6.588 or Post Office. Call 473-2149 aces electric _
4737031. Eves., call LOTS for sale from Sears exercise rowing $1,100 down and assume or 4732014. 4tchg 10/1 located Seminole Ridge dish., mist range items,rugs odds PERSONALSERVICES
473-3265. 10/01 4tchg $2,995. Restricted with machine. $50. Both $100. payments. Call 473.2462 10/29 4752012. Itchg 10/22 and ends. Follow signs on HOMES FOR
10/22 lake access 3772808. 4757348 Itchg 10/22 Itchg 10/22:
Pecan St. Itpd 10/22 SALE "


Union County" Ads -= :1BR'' 21A HOME 'In Silver CARPENTER Remodeling Work.;WO'/kllch.n.RKI

. l lake.Ridge overlooking Two mile Silver to cabinets \iand: trimcarpnt.rR.olonable

Keystone schools, on county prices Call Ed Dempsey at
WANTED owned roads. $41,000. 732471oll.r' "
INSURANCEMAINES HELP WANTED 6pm.
FOR SALE PERSONALS II 3/4% mortgage tfnchg 7 1 2CARPENTRY .

INSURANCE AGEN- MOBILE HOMES WANTEDi $1(0 PER WEEK PARTTIMEAT 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 ANDMASONARY
197 FORD F-100 PICKUP: 6 ,'OR' RENT OR SALE Graham.,
CYi 160 S. Lake Ave., lake Will pay cash for your used HOMIi W.b.t.r.Am.rlco WORK build'
Cyl., stick shift excellent Fl. from.2br. house,
mobil. home. large patios, additions, remodel
Butler 496-3978. Ray Powell foremost dictionary
.
CompleteInsurance S CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES,
condition low mileage, lot. 'furnished
.' Service TFN 4963377. TFN 4/16. company needs Free estimates, localdistributes partly room ing. homes and tile work.Also .
$2,400 firm one own.r.Jo.1 for nice garden. $150
;; WANTEDi Responsible partyto home workers to update per pointing Freeestimates.
Emerlck 4963395. for completelywashable month. Call Henry Collins.Keystone Phone 473.4473
take ?
over payments on local mailing lists. All
REALTOR* FOR RENT Spinet Console Piano. Can ages, experience unnecessary. 2tpd 10/15 10/22. advertised nationally GardsetteDraperies. Height. during day. tfnchg 8, 6
MOTILE HOME FOR SALE
be seen locally Write Mr.Fo.t.r. Call 473.4052 days 473-4197 HYPNOSISopening practiceof
.
UNION
: COUNTY saw Enterprises.
; Properties 1973 Pork wood. 12X60
2
after 10/22
P.O. Box 561 6pm. llchg Mark David Wise B.A
,
NOW TAKING Ext. 6005.
APPLICATIONS 17168455670. ?

j That Ar. OWNER FINANCED: : For land 2 Aster, Fla. 32002. 4tpd Itpd 10/22.: BR. 1 bath front .'..pupkllch.n. Ed 4962219.or lomaStephen. FOR' RENT Oft fAll Graham.Fl. Now offering services for
furnished 3 ton 3Br. Trailer with Flo.
10/2210/20 II/S 11/12. prescription hypnosis for
bedroom mobile.
J homes
New Listings cenleral A/C $5.995. Will BABYSIT IN MY HOME room, large lot with room tradditional and individual
available
.
Nov. 1 furnishedor
unfurnished centeral Mike McNabb REAL'ESTATE' Phone 7520782. Itpd Monday thru Friday furnish for garden 2 utility' application (smoking.weight .
10/22. meals and snacks.Phone buildings, central air $250
ACREAGE WITH HOME heat and control doctor
Lake ButlerrApproxlmately Phone 496-2366 air. no PinesMobile pets., Roof Repairs GO CART FOR SALE Good 496-3724 2tchg per month. Call Henry ,referral stress reduction
condition with rebuilt 10/2210/29.
20 Acre Park TFN 10/15. Shy Lights Installed LOOKING FOR a _special engine $200, Phone CUSTOM COMBINE WORK ,.473-4052 Collins-Keystone days 4734197 Heights 3763545.etc) Please for call appointment.Gamsville.

RK'Has from. house TVPEWRITTERS AND ADDING Gutters Installed don't pi.c.have of property It. I'M'' find It-Just If I 496-2695 after 3 p.m. tchg Call Jo. Usher 496.2126 or after. 6 pm.. Ichg IO/. 22 tfnchg 8.6UNWANTED
4962903. .
10/22. TFN 8'20.SABYSITTINdt
MACHINES POE Mobile Home Roofs ...
.*Has trall.r hook-up ask JANE S. USHER '
RENT FREI ENGLISH IVYi Pampus Monday thru ,
Union County Time*. HAIR
Fronts 3 roads 85 SW 2nd A"... Lake RepairedAluminum .. REALTOR f .496-2126 or Grass $4 and $7.50, hong. Friday. Snacks hot lunch. : STEVE BROADWAY. i ,DESTROYED' FOREVER!
496.2903 "Your
\**Has stocked fish pond Butler.' We also repair of. Roof Coating Union eves. Ing basket closeout: 4" HB. Well lupervised. fenced Why settle' for temporary?
r \-Prop.rty fenced us.d for pasture and. ] licit machines Phone Installed 3/26. County. 'Realtor. tfn $1.50; 6" 115 $250.; 8" HB. yard. Ask for Evelyn al TREE SERVICE : Call for appointment
496-2261 for mor.lnforma- $3.50: 10" HB.S450 and 4963923. TFN 10/1. 473-7033.
Amy' Elec
'
Quality FOR Removal ,
Workmanshipat All YOU REAL ESTATE
Farmlng 10" I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP
tion. TFN 10/1. Orchid Cactus $7. trolysis.. 490 Lawrence
l Close to town, but out of town. fair pikes < NESDSCall Venera Brown CONTRARY MARY'S YOUR CHILD: Of any age In Trimming! > 'Blvd.' Keystone. 9 24 tfn
496.3022Sandy Haien .
J \Joins city limits of Lake Butter: 49S-3819 496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon GARDEN... 4621561.51 121 closed InLoCros. my home from Monday 7am.thru unlit Friday 6 *, Free Estimate/ EXPERT referrences carpentry, '..ali.foctlonguaronl.e great

Stark 496-3140. Tiffin and Sunday and Monday. 3tchg p.m. Hot lunch and snacks.Call Call '
475-2854
Owen.. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2
r4 Acre 10/22 10/29 ,,;s. 4963731. 2tchg 10/15 before 8 a.m. or after 7
I I'Large> 4 BR home with fireplace High Cost of Living Got You Down? Mfn lox chg.783.'/6.lake Butler' Fl. WHITI AND S".CKLIIUTnR. Will BABYSIT IN MY HOME 473-4732 p.m. 9/24 tin ,

I'Ha* 3 traitor Monday thru' Friday hot : : PAINTING Interior 'and Exterior. .
hookups BEANS $10 bushel we pick meals. Phon. 4963488. After S. P.M. Phone
: : 473.3919
.'B.autlful country'road I or $7 a bushel you pick. Itpd 10/22. .
AAA Keystone! Height 2tchg 10/2210'29
..-21/2 mil. from Starko, off SR.16I RIAUSTATIACENCY Phone 496-3655 Elery Grif- NEED SOMETHING SEWN*
LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS fis. HchQ 10/22. .
|Has rental house on property.. r MUST SELL I 1111111 111111IUPSPI4.I.Huntf.y Call me today for custom
Immediate(letivery liquidation o sewing, :alterations* and
f Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR !Ph.;sios77We : 1970 MACH li 351 Cleveland all new all steel' building. s. mending, by an

l, {."Bettor *- on these listings right away" August occupancy. These all electric .. high performance, runs 40 x 72 x 14 52.46 "per.SQ. /ft Redfeo'n's ,,481-4087 Itchg 10/32 expert.
.... _
currently property good. $1400 or best'offer. 6OC 108 1
t 1S
x $2.38 ft
units are spacious with lots of ,closet hi .... "per 04
i. Un. IN,"."'. Cehim- Phone 431.1875. Itchg Call Toll" -Fr.e 160O343301 SERVICES WORKING CLASS HEROI1
and all have wall-to-wall carpet We end Ale hve ceuntle 10/22. Employment Service.
space, Century Steel Buildlnga ServIng -
JANE S. USHER end we ere receiving) Set ef .._' 4794344)er
l ing drapes and kitchen appliance. On town end state Inquiries. Keystone Heights' and
!
.Melrose area*. Law fee
.: ,496-2126 or 492903 site laundry facilities. Rental assistancefor .Our merfietleg system Is 473 4252 473-4473.. 10/08 Ifn'Classified .
qualified applicants. effective. T. Mml eut mere Classmet
'V For applications and information Jive, me cell.. ....,.t.. .....1.. Of .|., "
Main
!. St.. Lake Butler, Flap Ads
r Union please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake for No"';' j.", ce Electric Aeellemcee. .
County Realtor"'lay UA'-County
Night Butler, Florida 32054 ,or Call 4963141. Jelm L..........Jr. ( Results Serving Iredlord4 Cloy Get Results !
Equal Housing Opportunity. R..I_Astectate49e3BI4 c-..

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CLASSIFIED AD FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL COMMERCIAL CARS f

Deadline Mr a classified
ad is TUESDAY SERVICESCOOL PROPERTY TRUCKS
NOON :
MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL USED NEWSPAPER COMB SEE US AT THE HOUSEOF ,

preceding Thursday HOME PARK mobile homes ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x BARGAINS In Lawt.y. SEAL FOR TRAILER >7 NOVA 2-door6 cyl.
before publication. and spaces for rent. 36" 2M each. Bradford' Full line of clothing: TOPSi materials ft labor BRADFORD MINI Automatic Iron, power ruiiHe

Minimum charge $2.50 Recreational Vehicle/ County T.I.graph. children and stubs! at furnished. $75.00. WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX steering 1500. Coll ...'" !Jit !rREALTY ,
(Cover 15 Words) welcome Phone 468-2912. 964-6303. tfn. bargain price 10/22 tfn 431.1827.4/16 tfn. for sole. 80 pet. 964-8503. 10/13 2lchgI ,. '(!
TFchg NEW CARPET NEW USED CLARINET W/CASEl $100.00 BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete owner financing availableat I 10/22 ,
Each I,
wogi over 15 is 10
HOUSEKEEPING and II 1V4 acres with
sleep. Furniture A Appliance. Call 964-8808 after 6 pet.
Not for pm. .sharpening service, circular .173 3/4: TON WDi Hunters
responsible errors Ing room, TV and Air. Plumb fixtures and pipe. Itchg 10122CHICKE"SI hand carbide, room for expansion. Phone I' Special. 1400x13 Off Road t ,
when given over the Und.rwood Motel 3 miles BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 ", Good layer chain mower blade hollow owner 4732735. 9/24 tin 1 tires. $1450.0O.Baldwln
North of Starke on Hwy South 9646679. 2/5 Good for ofdumplln's. PROVISIONAL OFFICE In PHONE 964.7776 rn
a
phone or when copy is not pot ground and balanced. Chevy-Olds, 964-7500. CICILlA'
301. 10/9 dawn.own'Stark.Dentl.t.Docto" .
typed and brought to the tnchg tfnchg. $1.50 each.You leave at Jackson Building ;, Itchg 10/22 205
MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 LIMEROCKi 20 yard semi- catch. Call 7823680. Itpd Supply In Starke, Keystone Real Estate JEEPS CARS PICKUPSfrom TERWILUGAR N. Temple Starke

office. and Hwy. 16 and 225. lead only. Phone 10/22 Height, or lake Butler Agents, Etc. $3.000.00 $35. Available at localgovernment lr/< AI( 4
Cleanl Call 4681323. 3/12 782-3172, Lawtey, ALLEN GAS STOVE with glass oven TFchg Down and assume 1st mortgage auctions. For ITS INCREDIBUf.
tfn. (possible 2nd mortgage WI'.,PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
TAYLOR. 7/30 tfn. $33; several vented gas ALCOHOLICS ANONY- directory call Surplus Data
YARD SALE 3 BR. 1 BA. LIVING ROOM DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN heaters; one boar hog 400 MOOS at 10 percent Interest 'Center, ((415)) 3307800. SPECIAL

dining room A kitchen HOUSE 301 South lb.. $150. Call 964-6365. Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. ). Total 10/08/lchg 10/22 ,
BIO BARN SALE Friday central heat and air. In 964-6740. We Buy end Sell Itchg 10/22 TFchg' Price 17500. Call 1976 OLDS CUTLASS PRICED TO SELL

and Saturday. Furniture, Hampton Phon. 4681779. Used Furniture and Ap SEWING MACHINES % .8206. tin 10/15 SUPREME loaded with Beautiful lot on Lake Geneva

deck, tools. clothi (baby ((1st months rent in advance ... $/" tfn. HOMES REPAIRED1' All make equipment. Clean. One SR100. 24200. $12,100 now and
and adult),. torn dishes, ) 3/7 tfnchg. ,PURE BRED REGISTERED -
cleon.doJoll.d, and ad- MOBILEHOMES owner. $3493.00. Baldwin $12,100 January 4, 1982
motorcycl.. lots of other TRAILER LOTS high and dry; ANGUS BULL 3yr. old. FOR SALE lusted. $IS. 'Work Chevy-Olds. 964-7SOO.
thing. 301 South, oak shade trees; 2 mil. Phon. 964-8356, James
across ,, guaranteed. Jomes Itchg 10/22 Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
from Indian River fruit tfn.South on 301,964-8238.9/3 Gaskins. TFNchg 5/14. KEYSTONE-STARKE AREAi Strlckland.i:corner MorganRd. FOR SALE 1f74 GMC 3/4 TON PICk. low maintenance adult housing offering charm.
stand, red barn look for RECONDITIONED TVSi Color
and Hwy 16. TFchg UPi3SO engine; 4-speed
KITCHENETTE/EFFICIENCY New home for sale. Also comfort and quality together with energy efficien-
sign. lOllS tin starting at $100.00. CHAIN LINK FENCES Install transmission; runs good.
built homes, $22
SAT., OCT. 24iTroylor's ROOMS for' rent at low Trade-In welcome. Phone quality : I9BI MOBIL HOMISlpayment cy.
ed. Free estimates. Call 964-8303 '
Handy
weekly rates Call per sq. ft.,built on your lot $1100.00 * * * *
Nurtery 4 ml out of Temple 964.8212. 6/" tfn. Man Fence Co. 964.8559. starting at alter 4 10/15 2tchg
Stark.. Lots of baby and Motel, 964-7337. 9/17 tin OAK FIREWOOD FOR SALE or au.. Adam 4 Hall TFpd. 1201.TYPEWRITER $147.00 per month. John 10/22 p.m. .7TH DAY ADV. CHURCH-Neet frame bldg. with appro

children cloth. 9 am til5 APARTMENTS 2 BR, $273; I Truckload 1000. Coir- 473-2056 or 4752128. 6/4 REPAIR Call Brown Mobil. Home I97S PONTIAC GRAND 610 sq. ft.. 4 rooms, 1/2 bath carpet 2 gas heaters, air

pm. Itchg 10/22 BR, $230; Efficiencies Sunshine Acre. 96 .7699, TFchg. he Office' Shop 110 W. Center'' 473-3773.4/9 PRIX. Clean as new road conditioner lot lOVxUS'.. Rd. 230 A

1300 PRATT ST Friday and $200. Electric Includ.d. or come out between 9:30 CUSTOM HOMES now Call St.; :Starke.for details, tfnchg. ready. $1995.OOR.IdwinChevyOld. ..40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA-HI and dry with pecan treesCOZY
half the day Saturday. Lot. 964-8404. 1 tchg 10/22 ond 3:00 pm and we'll under construction 961.576Hn.. '" -GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE DOLL HOUSE-Net an Inch of wasted space in this

,of goodies, old and new ON KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR 2 load. 10/08 tin overlooking Starke Country GLASS CUT TO ORDER 1980 model priced to sell 'U.7500.1tchg 1 10/22 Immaculate 3 BR brick CH/A, new reef chain link fence.

Saratoga' Heights. Hod BA home with large living AKC BOXERS Registeredmale. Club. Adams and Hall Door, window., .'c. With Rebate Program.Large ., IftO CHEVY CIO LWI P/S; Rd. 230 A.
10'22 room; dining room; kit Fawn with black Builders. Phone 473-2056 JACKSON BUILDING. SUPPLY P/B air conditioned HighRoad
selection ;
CARPORT SAUl Gas heater; chen; screened porch; heat mask $130.00. Call or 173.2128.6/4 TFchg. 9646078. Order also to choosefrom. Miles but good condi LAKE SANTA FB_ Custom built 2 story nearly new 3 BR.
COMMUNITY
apartment size gas stove; and A/C. $323 per mo.Call 173.1309.10/0831pd 10/22 3 BR HOME:' Work shop taken 'In,,' Lake Butler tion. $4995.00.Baldwin 3 I B, 2200 sq. ft. en 2 acres deck 8. balcony fireplace
MOBILE HOME SALES factory
bookcase; twin bed and 333-2318 or 5332196. RVI GRASS SEED WrenAbruszi. *. barns, trailer hook-up, on 4963079and:' Keystone Chevy OId. stove,refrlg. ft trash compactor everslsed 3 car garage
other items Saturday.Oct. 10/134 tchg 11/05 Rt. 2, Box 2..1. 9 acres. SR-100 S. Call Height. ., 473-4973. 2/26 owned and operated. 'U.7500.1tchg 10/22 CHIA. ailing fans, carpeted'shades I drapes, water
'24.. from 9 am til ?? 247 12 x 70 MOBILI HOMEs3 9645219.. 10/15 3tchg 9648350. $48.500. 10/01 tfn.NEW. Highway 301-N. Starke. 1979 CHEVY SWB softener burglar B fire alarm, complete sprinkler
.
Westmoreland St., Starke, bedroom 1 1/2 both. Stove 10/29 tfnchg AND USED WATER Open 7 day a week. 8/20 FLEETSIDEV-8. A/T; P/S.: system paved driveway fruit tree BO1 on water R19 I

or call 964-7449. Itchg and refrigerator furnished. USED SEARS WOOD FOR SALE OR RENTS 18000. CONDITIONERS Sale and tfn. Air conditioned: AM/FM walls R20 telling Invest now $110.0001

10/22 $165 per mo plus depositand ,EATERS $450 cash 4 pc. Near town and church. 511 Service Coll for free water i and tape 27.000 miles. .RD 16 I._ROOM TO ROAM- I acres B nearly new large
CARPORT SALES and referrences. Call ..clionalllv'ng' room suite, ,ACREAGE Insulated 2
Friday St. Clair St. 2 8R, 1 BA' analysis and information One owner. $5295.00. attractive brick home CHAA fully cargarall.
Saturday. Many nice 964-3734 after 3:30: pm. nile green, $100 cash can frame home. Phon.own.r. 9645673. 3/12 tin 2.27 acre heavily wooded. Baldwin Chevy-Olds, .. fireplaces burglar alarm system*Intercom with
thing. Crafts, cloth., Itchg 10/22 be seen at 117 E. Laura $ 5OO.Cash or Sub. Terms. 9647500. Itchg 10/22 stereo screened In bock parch water softener one of
sham ON KINGSLEY LAKE 3 mornings. 964-6037 or 964-7707 or BRADFORD, SEPTIC TANK .............
popcorn popper rug 1978 MERCURY MONARCH the lots with home has well septic tank A electricity B can
pooer, hair .dryer, gas bedroom mobile home. 964.5810. 10/15 2tchg. 964.8791. Itpd 10/22 SERVICE Bradford County Hwy 1004--lAc. lot-$6,000. 2-door 6 cyl.. A/T; PIS: have trailer.
stove good condition. CH/A. Year 'round. NO 10/22 12 PER CENT! 13 I bedroom 2 residential pump-out. *****...*.... P/B. Air conditioned Nice a old with .
Many books and knlck PETS. Call 333.2366.Deposit SEVERAL ITEMS 'Moving.tabl.top bath home. 9.28 ocr... $50. We also re-lay' drainline CIub clean car.$3895.00.Boldwln 'COUNTRY ESTATE CI home 4 years appro
Country -Hwy.230.2.3Ac. 2000 H. 24 SR IB near Hampton lake 3
plus acres on
10/22 tfn Decks sq.
required.
hairdryer $20 ,
knock. 917 W. MadisonSt. ; energy savers.Ponds. *. Phone 9648121.
Zoned R1A. 20000. Chevy- BR 21, 2 CHAA S large barns, pond fenced Acressfe'nced
., Starke.. Itpd 10/22 ON KINGSLEY LAKE Small trombon., good for beginners Fenced. Ownerfinanced. 5/28 TFchg. ........... Olds, 964.7$00tchg fireplaces.
SAT a SUN October 24 and cottage with heat and air. $30; 30-gallon 12 percent SIGN PAINTING: Commercial 10/22 Ameslng. value 113000.
25. North on SR16. Savage Nov. 15 thru May 15. aquarium $20; singer lig- $9.000 down. $504.21 per and private. We will 10 Acres! Large barn, 1977 LTD II:2-door hardtop; CQUN1LW New B 'luxurious.well designed well
Trailer Pork Toys Winter rates. NO PETS. sag, $73; call 7823329. month. Call 96 .6741. design. Call 964-8669 stocked pond 23000. tutone brown. One owner built brick with fireplace huge welk-ln' closets.
household Items, Call 333-2366. Deposit re l0/152tpd. 10/22 before 3 496-3291 $4000 dn. Assum. mtg. I !,KINOS18Y LAKj- Brick duplex Rent or use es home I
p.m. ........... AM/FM radio, air. 66,000
fiberglass tool box. quired. 10/22 tfn USED COLOR TVS! Carters HOMES anytime'7/2 tin.ALTERATIONS miles: Good condition. I .30I S 33 ACRES A HOME One of Bradford's finest

freezer. Remington .270 TV. 782-3377. We accept Strawberry Acres 3BR.2BA ft SEW. 6 Acres! Well power pole, $2)9500... Call 9646638. residences with ever 3000 Sq. Ft. plus fine acreage, handsome
WANTEDGOOD VISA and MasterCharge. .21 fenced ( Custom $10,200. rail fence Impeccably maintained.21S .
pump with scope ladles acre NGtDressmaklng. ........... Itpd 10/22.* barns split
wedding set, clothes. Look lOll tfn stocked ponds. $51,000.ffHRR1RfRif made. Call 9648074. ) W. WASHINGTON Zoned commercial Charm
for signs tchg 10/22 TWIN BED SETSt2 Flabecco; any tlm..'10/08 4tchg 10/29 10 Acres, Lg. pines Classified Ads comfort of older home with traditional fireplace and eat.
TRASH TREASURE: 911 W. PRICES PAID for used good condition. Proceedsgo Lewteyi 3 B.. 1 blk. from CARPENTRY WORK General 23000. In kitchen 2000 sq. H. CHBA. carpeted drapes 4 extra
Pratt St..946003. Aircraft mobile homes if mortgageIs to the Junior class of school ly.$26,000.. repairs; roofing; painting.Call f.f.1R1..f.Janet Get Results! lots owner financed.
engine. Continental '69, 3/4 paid or more. DUN'SMOBILE BHS. $30 each or both for Reduced $22,000. 182.3669..10/22 2tchg M.. Starling horse bern set for mobile
SQUARE 9 ACRES plus up
HOME SALES, $50. Call 9646133. .............
best offer; cloth.; Itpd 10/29 Realtor 782-3931 ._ home with' well septic tank A electricity 7 acres cleared'
household Items 964-3606. Open. 7 days 10/22 Extra nice, 3BR home- ONLY MORE WEEKS left to THE
; sports Michael B.Cooney \, fenced A cressfenced Sli.500 mile NW ol Starke.
_. .rlnd .:.outQmpI'I9 equlp We-BUY-AXlIS-4-TIHKl weekly TFchg FLUTIiOld' Ambassador Lawtey. $26.000. Owner have a ftouse{ of Lloyd'sT6yandGHt Realtor Assoc.,964-B827 Q OFFICII BROOKLYN LAKE-Coxy Beard BaMen cottage CHIA.I .
m.nt Saturday only, 9 am w $10a.OOT.: Call 9647712. fin: Submit. terms.MR.Rf.Rf. : party. Save \
tit axles + 4 tires $135.00. Itchg 10/22 time, and tlnch w. "- -. *?">, :. -... \. SHOP ,\ with deck.
6 1 10/22 gas money
SAT? rdtft.l3h pm. tchg! tOO2 Butler M A J?'"' tTeirVA OIInv *r?Piw IOO. HOLSTEIN. CALVES montW Awer'd' W/rijC. / !n.w1p .T"-R.5.rv. /rii.,,4Serhandle.. ., I ,. ", ] '''; C'I1'f. -' /- I.!lID.IIJSEN11tO.-large corner let- nicely landscaped. '

f Rd'.i\ (War1 til' ??? Two W Starfi.'f6'I-SdOt/. TFchg old;2 heifers, 3 steer. Nice, remodeled ho.... an Hwy. 'con 'onytlrne for' detail. ..V....1,11" 3BR'2B. CHBA. plus little lea petle, fenced beck yard 14'IC
families. Miscellaneous WANTED Used tools, bath .1".. Make offer. 9645388. 1001. Must see to appreciate. 9646279."Itchg 10/22 2$ lighted shed.
mechanics and carpenter 1 .. HOLIDAY INN HOUSE. Specious, brick 4 BR. 2 BA.
items low: low prices. Itpd 1022WEDDING Screened perch. .WILL BABYSIT any age. 513 -- _.,::.. .l"T..U
Phone 964.8331 or GOWNiBeautlful : .:. CH/A. fireplace, carpet, dishwasher stove, carport, paved
Cancelled If raining. Itpd ... front A back utility E.Adkln St. Between 6 am ..rjl
10/22 468-1331. 9/11 tnchg white appllqued embroidered rnvworfcsnop. cen. H/A and 6 pm.,10/22 2tpd 10/29 driveway, fenced-$/5,000 ."U"'. mtg. of $27.000 -

SAT.. OCT. 24i Crosby Lake WANTED Mobile Home Ax with pearls. size range, refrlg., 515,000.RRfR1RRfffN Semi-Truck Driver @9%%. Mo. pmts, $264.54
les. Paying the best price EXPERIENCED CHILD CARE I RestaurantInrtiy CB 3 BR 1'eI .
SR-100. Follow signs. 7 to 9. Slip train and veil Or Heavy Equipment EPPERSON ST. Owner financing
Garden tractor with all attachments for good condition axle' Included Sacrifice for Sup/ Bargain 3BR. 2Ba on dally and evening Sunday.Man-346 QpOTWon Start locally Ft*. CHiA.
through
cinl. lawn 9646331.9/11 tnchg $123. 468-1147. Itpd 10/22 3 lot In Southgate day III TOUHIHQuality Dinner Special !.DAVIS! ST. OFF 301 Nine acres more or less owner
W. Colt St. Cindy
WANT TO BUY used FURNITURE AND BEDSi Call w/16'x23' screened Ltapyr2.4" tor mobile home perk.
mower attachment S250; ''and patio Gallagher. Itpd 10/22 Friday Sunday financed > has potential
'65 Falcon pickup truck, typewriters adding 9645590. Itchg 10/22 utility faldg. Price Inc. patio BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Nest Leaf RAIFORD Frame BR I B Cypress barn I stable pool
$300; bedroom suite; lots machines. Must be in FIVE HOUNDS (deer and turn., misc., lawn Mob, $20 w..k $5.00 for Ftesh CatihhpskdR.lmut :1nieTi cressfenced only 23500.
of other funk.Call 964-5914 working' condition. fox) for sale. Felix Sapp'' riding lawn mower each per additional; child. .1091 COUEY RD. Brick J R, I'B VA loan of
96/-5761. tin 2/12. $ *****
836 Raiford Rd. 964-7211. washer I dryer refrlg.,
4t't'Y
after 4 Itpd 10/22 SJS.OOO.
$26.305. 89'/i.Selling price
pm. MOBILI HOME Axles' with Quiet neighborhood. Call Q ad.
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10/22 1029REF.IGE.ATORFolrly $2.11
$55.000.
THREI FAMILY YARD SALE: tires. Will $125. Phone* 2tpd range-.Rff11R1RRRR. 964-7203 after 12 noon. OA !SR IB JUST OFF 301 Frame home on I.' acres
Fri. A Sat. Oct. 23 and 24.VonV 964.5007.9/3 pay 12tpd 11/19. new. Itchg 10/22 trier 1% .>._ !1026 EASTWOOD DRIVE CB 3 ER ViB.. on quiet street.
tU7.Hm. 633 W. Pratt. ,BABYSITTER NEEDED* Excellent shape. Asking 3BR 2Ba.. Spanish style DO YOU MAIL CHRISTMAS 5 leer .. Taps 334 N. MYRTLE CHiA Asium. mart. A owner will
$270. Call Donald Morgan home spacious lot InStark. '
Starke.. Stove on re.1.e eM
St ; t..dllt 0,2:30.3:30: : p.m.. Monday 9648751. Itpd 10/22 .. $32,000. GIFTSTl Save time, monty lake back second. A"ro.tlvelnterlor.1!
i T3V' It t hunk beds;.th.r furniture.; thrW.dn..dav.. High WOOD HEATER$75.00. Call .............. and postage. Call .. .CONVENIENT LOCATION-3! BR. 1'/ .. corner lot next to
djodr. ., 'irea*-,,mqll kitchen optint. 964.8813.No obligation. for qualified
school student preferred The Southslde II." 131.00.130,000 financing
964-8705 alter 6 pm. Itpd In Country On I acre lot 3
clothes girls sz.1014
,,pM*>ncs; rO/l54lpd "/05
Sasroto'ga Heights area. S2JO mo.
10/22 BR 1 BA'partially completed imagemakerFamily buyer. Pay. approx. per
b ,|r( I' ,,boys,"JO-16, women Call 964-6303. a.k. for WILL BABYSIT In my home.: 1 ACRES NEAR HAMPION-Fencd-750 gal. septic
5-14: and casual and CALVESi Holstein calves" A-frame home with .! ,.
mens condllicmTtota Susan tfnWOMAN 200.225 Ibs. $123.00 each stocked pond. $''.500. low ley.: 782-3168 Stripping Hair styling Salon' tank-250 N. well. 21000. Financing available.
.. dress, oIMn... good WANTS WORK onyNm..10/IS 2tchg 10/22 U.S. 301 N.. Starke CLUB ESTATEI-SS.OOO.'
; of .misc. Items. 964.6528. Itpd 10/22 Janet M. Starling & Refinishing .!LOT 7 COUNTRY .
.J'",,-\/:22": Domestic type of work ALICIA HAY No weeds, ..altor.782.3931' r I Furniture (across from Powell's) _.3 LOT IN FIVE' OAKS-SI5.0OO.
desired. Phone 782.3787, highly fertilized. Horse Oper. Debra Norman .3.95 ACRES IN CITY-SI 1.000.
SAI.-)I iOCT;: : '24| 328 N. Michael. Cooney
10/22
Xfturch'St.,across from the Itpd quality' S2.00-S2.50 per Ass.c.l64.1127 .. i Any Woodor 984-71OO
TWO ALL WHITE NANY : .
bale. 964-7789. Guinea
'HIIcIIQIC., : ,1Q am. Ill 4.30: pm. GOATS Call 7823973. $3.00 each. 10/15 tfnchg II RCCOVIHBV! ; -- Metal-Hem '22 Perm Realtor A.soclate.-Aft.r Hours
.ned b".Thr4. 'amilies.Allkinds of 10/22 pigs 15 Wayne E. Douglas' a Broker-Salesman 944-6193
? ? m*, {Items Including Early ttchg 2tchg 10/22 &IIROOM 417 E. Weldon St. now Fred Seckett Broker-Salesman .....I.U

_,c!" Amrglcancouch and Chair Beat the ColdGet The Recovery Room ol Old Jackson '27 Perm Byron Terwiiieg.r-'64.7776 Martha Dorko-7$2.33t1
':910. ping pang table. Same BOATS Lake City Local Dlst. 22 Anne Terwlllegar N.Ison-/75.1677
clothing. 338 N. Church St. Suzukiof your firewood early, Archie Tanner .Funeral Supply Building now

V1tpd 10/22 FOLBOT 16 Sollbooti Needs Oak or Pine. $40. pick- 964-5757 Monte. Slorfce. Fl. .'J112'adleU ,Hair Cuts. . .*5

work.$190 or best offer. Starke up Call load Thomas or $70 per cord. I Classified Ads Get Results !

I LOSTFOUNDREWARDfor Call 964-8OI6. ftchg 1022'Mary Nettles

." 40 ModelsAotorcyclesside Lake 495-3738 Butler Mobile Homes & So ns Plumbing

return of ladlesSpeed. Kay
26 In. silver and CosmeticsLouise cars 9/Iotfnl Moved Service New Construction VACUUM t.s t.

dark blue Takara bicycle. Local or statewide & Rem deling
5 ModelsGo
with baby '.0'. SALENEW
Equipped Starling moves. Set-up & connections -,
Taken Sunday morning 473-3092 Karts MOBILE I ; HOME 1 done. Cal .- 24 Hour Service .- USEDWe

from residence.' Ch.rry Call 9647103.Street Eve. '* Lay-a-way NOW 1t I -41) .4587 jyenlngs. \ 111S W. Pratt Si t.. 964-5753, I finance our own ,

Itpd 10/22 Chi tmas KIRBYS

$20.00 REWARD for return of S50 RewardLost USED BIKES If you are 1011you're ling money from no one ansnUct veering your phone while ] ROYALS
4 mas. old black and tan out, co, us. Your customers den erve personal considera- EUREKAS Warl!
beagle. Taken from my : 5 months old GT 250 Ex Cond. 11 lion not med lanical. HOOSIERS

pen October 13 at Camp, beagle' puppy ;in $630. We, work 24 hours a day 7 days a week ELECTROLUX Drilling: :
933-2974. Syr. 1's _
Standing. Call : CAM Answering Service. mV
Reno area. 2 1 360 Hondas FILTER QUEENS
granddaughter
old
964-8830 Thru 6"
$890. Ea. SEARS
10/22 964-7612
pet. llpd .
e plenty! of Local Refer'races
I960 7SOP Honda COMMERCIAL Fast Rotary

I IColo's W. repair all make
$2250. Drilling Equipment
PR8FESSlfHliL ;TREE SERVICE "We Pickup. Butcher Chill Cut end Wrap" I
.... Suzuki Roofing MOBILE HOMEINSURANCE STATE LICENSED
1980 TS 250 AL YOUNG'SSince . . .
_' Types: Insured . . .
ESTATESCall ,$790.. & Water. proofing ,I ism;*! Its
PREB HOMEOWNERS JPumpa

tJt' B. Lfottiss4M473i 9 Special Shingles POLICIES 96 .6'18 . ... . . .

: Lake Sutler 1978 Yamaha AT 3 Mile north of New A Used

I 400 Street Bike : Build-up REASONABLE RATES *: M St.rte.OIl US 301 SalesPartsServiceEZ

'' Cool Seal S ,
$750. **
Portable.'BulldingsiZYN11 Olln'a Mobile Frem Lire Pee te .... fen MOBILE HOME .'. .TermsPlttmblng. : . ,
New ft R*>-rooflngState
We ntetie.lt Easier fer Vev
INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
? STARK SUZUKIOf Home Sal.*..

licensed FREt QUOTES : .

StarkeU.S. Frfle Estimates Phone 64-M06 i I '216 I. Westtlngle St.Sterite. ., Open Monday Saturday POLICIES AT New Installation
341S I 96449286XiOthru12X REASONABLE RATES

l HOT 964-6020 964-7322 Elaine M. Of..... A0ent......"...' : Meriee M0 1 44-72S ......... Remodeling I! : .I RfQairsDurrgznce! I : .

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Register Oil & Gas :House Plans; Service few who don't hove Insurance PUMP

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308 S. Thompson Street:, Custom Drafting & Design'Commercial : hurricane approaches, you &

964-5388 .. ; won't be able to purchase SUPPLY
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Home Delivery ,.Cash &.cirry. Mobil
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'Gator Harvest:,;Meeting., ,, 1 ;,e* ,:,:g !t11 3

TALLAHASSEE-The experimental' habltab. 1 "{:: ',i/'" :".1:ment:Area. The l land to'being donated

alligator harvest held this month on Attending his first meeting of the to'the Commission by, t....Nature Conservancy i
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Orange and Lochloosa lakes in Nor Commisssion, will be W.D. "Don" '
theast Florida will be discussed when Baxter of,Marianna. lie will be sworn Also scheduled for the'Commission
the five-member Game and Fresh in as the newest Commissioner. Baxter meeting Is a discussion with"Friendsof erI
Water Fish Commission meets in has been appointed by GovernorBob the St. Johns River" on the
Tallahassee Friday (October. Graham to replace former commissioner fisheries resource of the river system.
The meeting will be held in the second R. Bernard Parrish Jr. of The Office of Informational Services -
floor conference room of the' Tallahassee who resigned In will also <'present. a short I I }
Commission Tallahassee head- September from the board after serving -' legislative report. ".
quarters, the Farris Bryant Building, 4 1/2 years. The meeting will oe preceded by a
at &0 South Meridian Street. The The Commissioners In other !meeting' with Commissioners and ad-
meeting will begin at 9 a.m. business, are also expected to receivea ministrative and field staff on Thursday -
The objective of the experimental' deed to 810 acres located 'in< the Oct. 22 in Tallahassee, head-
alligator harvest is to determine the River Styx-Orange Lake area of quarters conference room beginningat
level of harvest that an alligator Alachua County, adjacent to the t p.m. The meeting open to the
population can sustain in Florida Lochloosa State Wildlife Manage, public. ,

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ObituariesE.S. .
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CrawfordMr. Mrs. Mary Delia Drew Mrs. Gussie Douglass Hobo 1981 Escort 3 Dr.

E.S. Crawford, of Ft. White, Mrs. Mary Delia Drew, 65, died October Mrs. Gussie Douglass Bobo age 73, ,
died Tuesday Oct. 20 in the Bradford I 14, at the Bradford County' died in the Lake Shore Nursing Home Bright Blue Metallic, L Engine
f.6
Crescent City, Tuesday afternoon .
Stock No. E3915
County Hospital following a long illness. Hospital in Starke following an ex-
Born in Lawtey, Mr. Crawford tended illness. following a lingering illness. w/4/ Speed Overdrive Trans.,
moved to Ft. White 6 years ago, from Mrs. Drew was born in Indiantown, Mrs. Bobo was born in Darien, Ga., $5356.00
Waverly Ga. He was a retired farmer, S.C. She moved to Starke where has a former resident of Melrose, she Rack & Pinion Steering, Disc
a veteran of WW II and a member of resided since. She was also of the moved back here 3 years ago from Ft. Discount 106.00
the Baptist faith. Baptist Faith..Survivors Lauderdale, Fla. She was a retired Brakes,
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. include: two sons; Mr. Beautician, and was a member of the $5250.00 Color Keyed Carpet,.
Rosalie Strickland Crawford; three James Drew of Williston. and Mr. Eliam Baptist Church.
sisters, Mrs. Annie Mae King of Herbert Drew of Nashville, Tenn. five Survivors inlcude: 2 daughters; Rebate 400.00 Day/Night/ Mirror,
Starke, Mrs. Essie Adkins and Mrs. ; Mrs. Louise McRae of Jean C. Grover of Ocala, and Marian
Leona Potts both of Cocoa, Fla; two Stare, Mrs. Jessie Sundem of Flat Bass of Melrose. a sister; Grace $4850.00 Radial BSW Tires.
brothers, Romie Crawford of Starke Rock N.C. Mrs. Lois McCort of Ket- Heaton of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 7 .. -.- -
and William Crawford of Lawtey; terhng. Ohio. Mrs. Hazel Brownlee of grandchildren & 3 great
several step-children, nieces, and Lajolla Calif and Mrs Joyce grandchildren.
nephews. Petroupoluso of San Francisco. Graveside funeral services were
Funeral services will be held at 3 Graveside Funeral Services were held at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, in the '
P.M. Thursday Oct. 22. in the DeWittC. conducted at 11 a.m. Friday morningin Eliam Cemetery at.Melrose, with 1982 Ford EXP
Jones Chapel, with Rev. Henry H. Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler, Rev. Randy Bozarth officiating. r-
Browning officiating. Interment in with Rev. Warren Langer officiating.With DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in '
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Archie Tanner Funeral Home of charge of the arrangements. ." .
direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Starke in charge of arrangements.Mrs. ---.. 'l'
Home, of Starke. -1

Lester L. Johnson Hilda Alday Landreth : .-,
Mrs. Margaret Ann Conners 3 Dr., Bright Blue Metallic, 1.6 L.
Lester L. Johnson 76, died Monday Mrs. Hilda Alday Landreth, age 38,
night in a Palatka hospital. died Wednesday, Sept. 30, in an Mrs. Margaret Ann Conners, age Stock No. EXP 3919 Engine w/4/ Speed Overdrive, TR
A native of Coffee county, Ala. anda I Albany Ga. Hospital. 33. died In the Riverside Hospital
retired mechanic, Johnson lived In Survivors include: her husband; Monday morning following an extended $9111.00 Performance Package w/Steel/
Starke from 1968 until Sept. 1980 when .James Landreth of Albany, 1 sons; illness. Wheels AM-FM
he moved back to Palatka. He was a Terry Landreth of U.S. Navy Pa., 3 Mrs. Conners was born in Starke, Discount 305.00 Stereo wPrem./ .
member of the Grace Baptist Churchof daughters; Melissa Landreth of and moved to Jacksonville 10 years Sound System To-Tone Paint
,
Starke. Albany, Debbie Landreth of Macon ago. Mrs. Conners was the daughter $8806.00
Survivors include: his wife; Mrs and Susan Landreth of Warner of the late Dorothy Lucille Ward ; Low Back Reclining Bucket
Cora Lee Johnson of Palatka, four Robins, 4 brothers; Rev. James Al Lovell. She was a member of the Rebate 700.00 .
daughters; Mrs. Minnie Smith, Mrs. day of Lake Butler, Fla., Charles Al Laura St. Baptist Church. Seats, Power Steering & Speed
Willa Jean Willis Mrs. Joan Willlis, day and Gene Alday both of Warner Survivors include: her husband; $8106.00 Control.
all of Palatka and Mrs. Shirley L. Robins, Ga., and Royce Alday of James E. Conners, her father step-
Hammond, Fort Eustis, Va., one Macon., 1 sister; Mrs. Ida Pearl Crewof mother Mr. & Mrs. G.L. "Tiny"t
sister; Mrs. Mary Etta Bass of Opp, Cairo, Ga.Funeral Lovell of Theressa,a brother; Jimmy ( .
Ala., one brother; J.P. Johnson of services were held Friday C. Lovell of Starke, a grandmother, :JT\
Kinston, Ala., 17 grandchidren and afternoon Oct. 2 at the Spring Creek Mrs. Louise Ward of Starke. ,
six great grandchildren. Baptist Church, with the Rev. Henry Funeral services will be held at 11 .. ,_ ,
Funeral services will be Saturdayat Jones officiating. The Burial followedin a.m. Thursday, Oct. 22, in the Hope 4 .
11 a.m. at Masters Memorial the Evans-Skipper Funeral Homein Baptist Church with Rev. Alton Dobbs j =="
Chapel with Rev. Don Scheetz of charge of arrangements. & Rev. Norman Redding officiating. "'! :C
Grace Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in the family plot in ,.,
Burial will be in Palatka Memorial Welker C. "Buz" Byron Crosby Lake Cemetery. DeWitt C.
Gardens. hours wil be Jones Funeral Home is in charge of
Calling 6-9
1981 2 Dr
Welker C. "Buz" Byron, age 91, the arrangements. Mustang
p.m., Friday at Masters Funeral died in the V.A. Hospital in

charge Home. of Masters arrangements.funeral home is in Gainesville lingering illness.Monday night following a Harry O'Steen Light Pewter, 3.3 L ((200 CID .SixCyl

Mr. Byron was born in Milleraburg, Harry O'Steeit, age 73-;died Th'urs Stock No. M3896 ) 4 Speed 'Manual, Power.Steering _' ,
Ohio. He had served in the U.S. Navy
Oct.
Milton Bell day 22.
from 1909 until 1943 in 1945 & Brakes Air Conditioning &
retiring as Mr.O'Steen moved $8321.00 '
to Tifton 2
Mr. Milton Bell, 63, died Saturday years
age his
Chief Pharmacist.
long
During
morning, Oct. 17, in the Bradford service in the Navy he served under 8 ago member from of Gainesville the Fla. He was a Discount 621.00 Tinted Glass, Flip Up Sun Roof, Interior
American
County Iness. Hospital, following a long il presidents. He was a member of the Moose Club.Survivors. Legion. $7700.00 Accent Group, WSW Radial
Keystone-Melrose American Legion
Born in Union County, Mr. Bell wasa Post 202, the Retired Officers Club of Hallman O'Steen include: his wife; Louise Tires, Reclining Bucket Seats,
2 daughters Linda
lifetime resident of the Bradford ;
Jacksonville, and a member of the Rebate 600.00
Ann
County area and a member of the Keystone Heights Community Center. Loney-Bend and Mary Leslie Bodyside Molding, Wire Wheel
Baptist faith. He was a retired farmer Browning-Bend, both of Oregon, :3 J
and saw mill worker. Survivors include: his wife; HelenE. sons; Ray O'Steen of Denver, Gary $7100.00 Covers, Dual Remote Mirrors.Stock .
Survivors include: his wife; Mrs. Byron of Keystone Heights, and a O'Steen of Starke. and Ross O'Steen
Mable Lee Bell, his mother; Mrs. nephew, Richard E.Byron of of Marshall Islands.
Alma Biggs, a daughter: Miss Marie Brooksville, Fla. Funeral services wiill be held
Bell a son; John Bell, all of Starke, Funeral services will be held at 1:30: Thursday Oct. 22, at the Madison "- Ji.l\
five sisters; Mrs. Annie Mae Crews p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, in the chapel of Street Baptist Church with the Rev. fl. : \
Mrs. Marilyn Wilkerson, both of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with Robert Gillis officiating. Burial will < 1 .
Lawtey, three brothers; Ervin Bell of Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin officiating. In- be at Hillcrest Memorial Park.
Gainesville, Ray Bell of Palatka, & terment will be at 3:30 p.m. in the Gainesville. Fla. with Williams-
Lawrence bell of Callahan. Gainesville.Hillcrest Memorial park in Thomas Funeral Home in charge. of 1981 Ford CourierWhite

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arrangements.
Funeral services were held at 2
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20 at the ....... w/Tri/ Color Blue Stripes,

Graveside Mr. John Volkots in Lawtey officiating.Cemetery DeWittC. with 3JI03! UMOQ spiofj zy ullus! 'UIOOKJ jojunpaw POOas(11q No. T3001 2.0 L Engine w// 5 speed Manual

Jones Funeral Home of Starke was
$7450.00 Overdrive Disc Brakes
in charge of arrangements. !'I 'sql 00t ,

Thomas Z. Stanley as(1 Dfscount-1000.00 WSW Tires

Thomas 2. Stanley, M.D., age 70, asp pages I ,u4M Step Bumper .
died in the North Florida Regional .IoJ pauBlsaQ! 1' i $6450,00 _
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Hospital early Sunday mrning following O- AM Radio
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a lingering illness.Dr. %6'CI axnlaQpee' Rebate 500.00 _

Stanley was born in Nanticoke, I
Penn. and moved here in 1976 from $5950.00 '
Columbia. S.C. lie was a practicing 8SJOH
physician at the Jackonville Beaches 1
and Pensacola retiring in 197$. He --- -- ------- .-
was an Army veteran of WW II.

Hal ..
Survivors include: his wife: Helen n

nephew.iS:. Byron of Richard Keystone Heights E.Byron and of a IB3J9 ain, nOA ||aipeaH '\ 81 Ranger Lariat

Brooksville. Fla.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30: 01) SIH! uo .Q F100 133" \\TB.! 5.8, L ((351 V-8)Jlili" )
Friday, Oct. in the
p.m. 23. chapel of
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with BUJPUBJS } Automatic Transmission (C-6)),

Rev. Buddy C. Fricdlin officiating. Interment si pajj 1 ; -: Victoria Tu-Tone P23575R15WSW /
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will be at 3:30:: p.m. in the ffl
Gainesville.Hillcrest Memorial park in I -.:;/. f Comfort Package, Power


Lent David Luke We Have Your ,Vet ,Supplies Windows, Power Door, Locks,

)Lem Daivd Luke age 33. died Sunday Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control,
ast th Alachua General Hospital .
from a sudden heasrt attack Seven & Ambro' Baby Calf Dcltu Sliding Rear Window, Light
Mr. Luke was born in Homerville. ,
For
,
Ga., moved to Miami, and then to Liquid far Fecd&Medication, I Face Stock No.' T3051 Group, Convenience Group, Towing
Waldo where he has been residing for Files .
two years. Mr. Luke is a retired Con- Seven Fire Anis $12,995.00 Package, Dual Horns, Aux.

struction .Foreman a veteran of WWII. ,3'7 50at. 1'395'00 External Oil Cooler .(TransmisIscoun.
and the U.S. Army, and was a t -
member of the Latter Day Saints. sion) Super Cooling Radiator,
Church of Jesus Christ. *
w! $11600.00
Survivors include: his wife: Mrs. Aux. Fuel, Tank, Heavy' Duty
/ Anita L. Luke Waldo. Fla.. 2 sons: Rebate 1000.00
Front & Rear Shocks
Richard Luke. Lake Butler Robert Heavy; ; Duty -

Luke. Clearwater. 2 sisters:I Mrs. 10600.00 Front Springs Aux. Rear Spr
Betty Clemens. Mrs.Beth Elixson.I .
ike Butler. ings.TERWILLEGAR.
Graveside Funeral services will be f
held Wednesday Oct. 21. at 10:30: a.m. ,
at the Elzey Chapel Cemetery, with /
Rev. Bill DeLaney officiating r ss
Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home of 1
''Gainesville in charge of ar X
rangemenls. %

Card of Thanks

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The Family of Maggie G. Forsyth. .
thanks friends and relatives for their
prayers food flowers, and other act.
of kindness during our recent sorrow.
It will always remain a precious' Alligator Greek Ranch Inc. p. I / tI
memory with us. ,
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Joe Forsyth ['83018 984.6973
and children
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