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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 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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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

103rd Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cento. Copy
Uth Issue Thursday.November 19. 1981 DSPS 062-700

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? grant and loan Is being sought by The city Tuesday night was Schaefer said the former (.'['1313
Ki Dr Bill Lennon executive director of unaware of the county site, but when Economic Agency, predecessor to
the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic Commissioner Schaefer learned that SREC had plans to renovate a wing)
to build a combination guidance clinic Dr. Lennon had approached the coun- of the unused RJE school Keno lora
and senior citizen's center here. ty the city commissioner backed off senior cil en's center Alternator

tN' Dr. Lennon spent Tuesday with the and said he would talk with both Com- sites have been selected because it is

_____ N'N'u Bradford county commission and missioner Hodges and Dr. Lennon. tell a center in a predominately( black
Starke city commission explaininghis Schaefer stressed he wants to work area would not be used by all the
i proposal to use a $100,000plusstate with Dr. Lennon, not be in competition senior citizens in the c-imnt.x

.. grant from Dist. 3 Area on Aging Dr. Lennon told the city council The Guidance C'liinc i IS
currently
the
pot of money is the same as that
and a loan from the Farmer's Home housed in a mobile home/ and the
referred to by Mrs. Jackson
Administration to build the center. former Bullinglon residence West
Schaefer expressed concern that
The agreed to provide land an Madison Street Thl'l'hllll"ll'aw
1 r- county application be made before the Dec load
1 behind the new courthouse on N. Tem 31 deadline If Bradford does has outgrown the liicilit.A. new'
not use
-' ple Avenue reconfirming a 1975 promise the money, it will go to another county building would upgrade the operation
as 10 percent matching funds, he pointed out.. ot the clinic
A Lot of Nuts... and to write a letter of support of Dr.
b fy 'C 4 J Lennon's proposal to the Dist. III
Pecan buyers wait, top photo, to pay off at the.Starke State Area on Aging office in Gainesville.The 'i."*.
,Farmer's Market on US-301 north last Thursday. city commission also agreed to
A large crowd turned out for the only pecan auction in the write a letter of.support of Dr. Len-
t I state. Below, a pick-up truck load of pecans was bought by. non's program., .
Shereod Keen, below loading bags of nuts, for resale.. Dr. Lennon envisions new guidance
At right, William Childress from Chie and evens out bags of clinic offices and senior citizen's com
I pecans so he can tie them securely for loading. Holding the bag 'plex in one building, administered by (
f is Attila Toth who lives on US-301 just north of the market.. ..z the Guidance Clinic personnel which w Ui '
Childress bought 427 pounds of nuts for:55 cents per pound ? r:. a already offer programs for the aged.It ,

.........""' -- ? would be an extension to the pre-
:, sent work of the guidance clinic, and
.. 1" it one staff member would be placed in
-;.. ':, Charge of the working with the aged.A .
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JIM come for treatment and company is fr ; ;
F envisioned by Dr. Lennon as keeping
t It many of the elderly persons in the
community out of nursing homes, extending f.
the time they are able to live

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t 'would be placed in the hospital. rj-

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for the
working on the $100,000 grant
center for senior citizens which is

I Nut Sale Bonanza for Housewife Small available through the State Depart- ... "
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Buyer ment of Housing and Urban Develop- '1--'

ment through Dec. 31. Problem local-

A total of 19,306 pounds of pecans brought $10,723 at the number of cars parked a the market it looked like a ly is an fur agency the to carry out the program .

I : the first pecan auction of the season at the Starke State big business. v aged. f7E5L
E Farmer's Market on US-301 north last Thursday after- Visitors from outside the county also were con-. County Commissioner E.W. Hodges :
'and Charles
: noon. spicious. Three ladies from Leesburg said they heard City Commissioner ro.... _
Auctions are planned every Thursday, except about the auction from someone who had been the year Schaefer are most familiar with the

Thanksgiving Day, as long as the supply of nuts holds before. A man from Chiefland said he has been coming proposal.Last Tax Bills Coming...
to the auction for the several Allen month Mrs. Frances Jacksonof
past Bobby
years.
Staff of the tax collector's office worked overtime this week slutting lax
out.Stuarts sold for 65-83 cents per pound at the first auc- says once a visitor comes to the auction and buys nuts, a the Suwannee River Economic statements for the 12,000 parcels of property in Bradford County.

tion, Curtis pecans sold for 55-65 cents per pound, and ,notice Is mailed to that buyer the following year. Council approached the city council Bills for 1981 property taxes will be mailed Friday. Nov. 20 according to
Allen expressed satisfaction from the first sale about the possibility of building
a
seedling brought 40-50 cents per pound, according to say Tax Collector Esther Hall.
ing the brought fair for senior citizen's center here and told of
Market Manager Bob Allen. pecans a price puts compared to Feverishly stuffing envelopes Monday night were Tax Collector Esther
Highest prIce was 92 cents per pound for a small bag, the over-all market situation this year. There Was a the grant available, and asked the city -
Hall and staffer Teila Mercer, top left, and Irom bottom right, Harriet Duncan -
variation in Allen which he to donate site
of Schleys.It quality said normalj! a
Gladys Pierce. Not shown are Jewell Casey, Theresa Reddish and
was a bonanza for the small buyer the house wife The volume was more than Allen expected but he Brenda
who wants few pecans at the good price. Small didn't think so many pecans would be brought from out- Meanwhile Dr. Lennon has also Starling.
been investigating the problem with The entire staff worked until 10 p.m. Monday night but drew no overtime,
side of Bradford County. The nuts from outside
wholesalers or peddlers also bought nuts for resale. sure
said Mrs. Hall. The four staffers stuffed envelopes all day Tuesday to hnish
the idea of his ad-
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involving as
brought the volume Allen said. agency
For the however dealer such J.R. up,
most part, a as ,
the the staff statements to linns
,(Newky) Wainwright laid off the pecans at the auction' The pubic Is invited to the market to buy small lots of ,.minstrator of the program. Commissioner which job.pay Wednesday taxes included in the was home working owner's on monthly I paymenls.Tax mortgage.
although he bought a few. A buyer, such as Wainwright, pecans, but must pay cash unless licensed and bonded. Hodges expressed a preferencefor
statements were received by the tax collector's office here at noon
afford Nuts should arrive at the market between 8 and a local agency to administer (he
who has to handle the pecans and ship them can't a.m.
Monday, making it push to the statements out by this Friday
a
get
to pay a retail price if he expects to retail them himself. noon to'be weighed-in, and should be contained in ser senior citizens program here, sayinghe
deduction if before Dec J
a" 19. :
,Taxpayers can get percent they percent
doesn't care for Bradford pay
Allen viceable bags. No garbage bags allowed. The money
Market Bob out. are auc-
Manager points i if the end of December and
2 1
being administered from Live Oak they pay by percent in January percentin
dealers tion starts at 1 '
Some 50 housewives/ 4 and 4 peddlers'were at p.m.
the auction Thursday according to Wainwright.. From! It is the only pecan auction in the state.. where SREC is headquarter now February




I :, Former Students Air Complaints About Truck Driving Instructors

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: Complaints of racial and sexual structor should act as the former gress in the course, said Robert currently drives a truck for United things done, and if a student did
1', : :; prejudice and misconduct by truck students charged Ballou a black man from Jackson- ,Parcel Service. something right for one instructor it
driving instructors at the Bradford- Ballou Betty' Drew David Scarborough ville who spoke first. The truck driving curriculum is was wrong for another, Ballou said

: Union Area Vocational-Techinlcal! and Holman (Butch) satisfactory, but the problem is pre- Truck driving instructors
Center were made Monday night, Hamilton Jr. spoke for the group of Ballou said the group approached judiced instructors who believe a the cab sleeper while students drove J

Nov. 16, to the county.. School Board nine former students who attendedthe Vo-Tech Director Ted Oglesby three woman should not be a truck driver on trips, ate the students' lunches,
and administrators. meeting. All the former students times and Supt. Tom Casey twice land who are prejudiced against and borrowed money from students,
,The complaints included sexual said they have their certificates from without seeing any changes made. blacks, said Ballou. Ballou said. '
harrassment, sexual favoritism, cursing the truck driving course but waitedto They had contacted the Civil Right "The instructors did not present a "We're here because we hope it will
unequal distribution of in- speak out until they had gotten the Commission. and Florida Times- good atmosphere for one to keep an all be worked out," said Ballou.
dividualized instruction, lack of Instruction certificates. Current students feel the Union, and an attorney all of whom open mind" said Ballou in opening The drop out- rate of 50 percent
and shouting at students same way but were afraid to speak told them to first approach the school .his address. There were three dif should be probed, and the training rtv!: _sp y. Nov, 19
while driving major highways plus out for fear it would affect their pro- board,said Betty Drews, ,who said she 'ferent ways the instructors wanted methods should be evaluated Ballou OLD FASHIONED
many more said. u.In the 4th.... week nf the current COUNTRY BAZAAR

'Extremely offensive" said Board tree Complaints.... i>.*,\> Methodist Fellowship Hall
Member Patricia Spengler after ,Court Refuses to Relieve City of Zoning; DisputeThe also 7 a.m.chill.to soup 4 p.m.lunch

,reading some of the notarized sheetsof ...
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charges leveled at the instructors city's motion dismiss would crowd the p.m.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
to
a suit proposed complex.A
all of which read by Attorney Leonard E. Ireland, of *
were not publicly
Inside.
scheduled after the suit
protesting a zoning change for apart- the. City of hearing .. STARKE GATORQUARTERBACK
the complaintants. ments on Bessent Rd.has been denied Starke entered was filed, in the chambers of Judge CLUB
Instructors Oscar Davis Jack a motion to dismissthe
by Circuit Judge Chester B. Chance. in Chance Sept. 17 was cancelled when Two Sections Dinner Meeting-7:30 p.m.
McDaniels Jeff Schaefer were the complaint by the owners of the
an order issued Nov. 16. Ireland failed to show It was then
main targets of the complaints. A proposed development. Southern up SECTION A: Starke Golf A Country Club
fourth instructor, AI Fisher, 'was Villas of Starke Ltd. The complaintwas to Ireland to ask for another hearing. News. ... ." ... Pages A.2A&3A Ward Pell-Guest Speaker

defended by a woman student Betty Early Edition Set filed Aug. 3 by owners of the properly When contacted by theTelegraphlreland's Editorial. .. .. .. ..Page 4A Reservations5445441rrrrrrrrrrrraaaaa

Drew but a black man, Robert L. Powell Gahagan. Jr., R. secretary statedhe Society.. ., .. Pages 5.'&IIA .. .
Ballou said he had more conflict with For Thanksgiving Emmett Gahagan, .Martha Powell did not speak with reporters.No Sports.. ... Pages IMS --- -- -
Fisher than else. McClane and William C. Powell and further request had been received Legals. .. .. .,. _' .. ...Page 14A ,FR lOAY Noy,10'
anyone Due to the Thanksgiving holiday DANCE
The written complaints or chargeswere Southern Villas of Starke, Ltd.. asked according to the County Clerk's Office
edition
next Thursday Nov.26, that of since 17. 7 tit 10 p.m.-$1.00
turned to School Board At- the city to approve a site plan and Sept. SECTION B:
over the will be mailed Wednesday ,
torney Richard Welty for examina- Telegraph issue a building permit for the pro- The City Starke has 1 is days from Obits......... _... .page 'a Lawtey Elem. Cafeteria
tion. The school board promised the and,advertising Nov.25, necessitating deadlines.early. news prosed apartment complex on Bes-' Nov. 16 to respond to the latest rul Briefs.,.... .' , ,page 48U5B Under yrs.ONLY!

former students it investigate. the Display and classified advertising sent Road. ing.. Classifieds ,. ., .,Page Dixie Spons.Youth by Lawtey Assoc.

situation. should be in the Telegraph l office by. 5 .
'"For the record it is inexcuseablefor The city commissioners rejected bya ----- -
p.m. Monday. Nov. 23. Outside .
_..TII JDAY NOV. I-
any Instructor to act in such a. Next Tuesday Nov.24,will be like a vote of 3-1 the recommendation of STARKE

manner" Supt. Tom Casey told the regular Wednesday at the Telegraph.' the Board Starke Planning and Zoning Forecast Friday through Sunday, Nov. 20-22. calls for fair and cold Meeting7:00 ZONING: p.m.BOARD
group ,when Butch Hamilton of The newspaper staff will paste up the in July. weather. .
Jacksonville, a white student who copy Tuesday, print the paper early Half of the property involved is The Forestry Service stated there Is a chance of showers on Friday. ,rrrr.BRADFORD* aaaaaaaaaaa COUNTY
dropped out of the course two weeks Tuesday night, and have it in the mail ialready zoned BP and according to Otherwise the weather will be cold, dry and windy, with the low BOARD
.ZONING
prior to graduation due to what, he by 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25. the owners the apartments could be temperature being In the4o's and highs In the 60's.
termed mistreatment,asked if any in- constructed on that section only but Meeting 7:30: p.m.

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Changed on TestingAn / 3 to' 6 year old only

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amendment making a school of 41 students recommended for $4.00 A Day
: level committee the only committeeto testing this year, the school level
: recommend testing students for committee has rejected 19 students as 202 N. Thompson
){ itiM rw special programs,and eliminating an not meeting the standards. Call 964-8064 or Come By
idmlnistrative committee, was This proves the school level com-
a carefully followed through Monday mittees can work effectively, Casey
night Oct. 19, by school board said.
/r member Patricia Spengler. Administrative school official Carl
: : The board amended the school Clark contended the wording in the
... policies on exceptional student educa- exceptional students policy did limit NOTICECertified
tion by adding language presented by the committee to the school level,and
Mrs. Spengler to specifically eliminated the county level screening Tax Roll Has Been Delivered By The Property Ap-
eliminate the county level,committee committee.administration is try- praiser To The Clay County Tax Collector E. Wayne Geiger. .
blocked
which teachers had charged Ing to follow the wishes expressed
students recommended for testing at previously by the school board, said And'Is Now Open For The Collection Of 1981 Taxes. This 20th
the school level.Supt.Tom Casey said Clark and Supt. Casey. Day of November 1981. The Tax Collectors Office Is Located,

I In The Clay County Courthouse Highway 17 Green Cove Spr-

ings, Florida
"Can Keep My Horse?" Hours Open For Business: 8:30.4:30'

r Telephone Number:

J.T. Parrish New School Bd. Chairman... Green Cove Springs Switchboard 28463002696325 '
7-Year-OldAsks Commission '
J.T Parrish receives the gavel and congratulations from his predecessor '. Current Taxes 284-6321
J.R. (Jim) Lawson after being elected chairman of the School Board of
Bradford County In a brief reorganization Tuesday night Nov. 17. Can I keep my horse at my house in the city;little Leslie Elderfield asked Delinquent Taxes 284-6329
Parrish was elected in 1975 and is in the third year of his second 4-year Starke commissioners Tuesday night? : Orange Park Current Taxes 269-6321 _
term on the school board. It Is his second term as chairman of the board. The boy's head just poked above the desk, and the 7-year-old had to Delinquent Taxes 269-6329 '
School board members Parrish Arthur Gaskins, and Patricia Spenglerare stand on the step to see over. Clearly touched,council Chairman Vernon
up for re-election In 1982. Silcox consulted attorney George Pierce and his fellow councilmen.The Keystone Heights 473-3711 & 473-2112
Supt. Tom Casey thanked Lawson for his work as chairman. Lawson said group studied, at length,a sketch the Leslie submitted of his horse 4 Maxville
he still doesn't know a lot about parlimentary procedure but sure knows shed and tried to figure out if there was a loophole in the city zoning or- 289-7020 ,
more than he did last year.Tornado. dinance, if there was any way the boy could keep his small pony at his Kingsley Lake 533-2111:
home on the corner of South and Thompson Street,behind Jones Funeral ,

Home. Discounts Allowed For Payments'Of Taxes:.
.... Talk/ Finally,Chairman Silcox knowing all the time what the ordinance says
but hating to tell the youth he couldn't keep even a small horse in city. From Date Postmarked:Nov.20,1981 Thru December,20, 981
"I wish I could give you some help, but I'm afraid..." '
March Net. April 3% Pen. May Advertisement Of DelinquentTaxes.
The ordinance
city requires an agricultural classification and at least
Thought for the week Nwa from and about Bradford High 2'-z' acres for livestock to be kept in the city. In that classification a Starke .Tax Sale By June 1st Or On June 1st If A Working Day.
"God does more than hear words"; resident could have 40 chickens, 2 cows, or 2 horses.
"He reads hearts" There is little hope the Starke Zoning Board will approve a zoning Taxing Districts City Millage:
change to agricultural without the 2V4 acres, said Zoning Director Al & Millage: '
Congratulations to the BHS band. Crosby. Gen.Rev. 3,909 G.C.S., 3.727
They received straight superiors in Trans. 1.564
the Florida Field in
contest on
Gainesville, Sat. Oct. 31. The band Frank Young Accountant FF. 2.977 O.P. 3.845
was the first band to make straight Health .196
superior ratings that day. By Vlcklo Carver Income Tax Aco't. Services School 7.112 K. Hts. 4.987
After the contest in Largo, Fla., W Mag Dist .052
where band Mi. N. of Stark. U.S.'301
they placed eighth, the 3 W. Mag Basin .069 P.F. .300
realized they needed more work. The Fellowship of Christian
They practiced every day after school Athletes (FCA) has scheduled its 114-5131 Total County 15.879
for at least 3 hours each day. The meetings for each Wednesday morn- Public. 8ctl A...-.-...,
contest in Largo was a real experience ings of each month.
for the band. At Largo the They are planning a bon-fire and
bands were ranked against each hayride for the near future. A special
other, in the contest at Florida Field, community project is on their calen-
the bands were graded according to dar of events coming up also. See
the various Coach Faulk for details.
qualities displayed. They
were graded on marching ability,per
formance, appearance, and spirit, The science club has been workingon mmmmmmmm
just to mention a few. getting T-shirts for the club. Then
Selections performed were "Old all our science brains can show off
Man River", "Sing Sing, Sing", and their anatomys in their new shirts.
"Softly as I Leave You". Tommy They arein the process of planning a
Powell played a French Horn solo in Rock-a-thon for a money making project -(
the song"Softly As I Leave You",and A special party is being plannedfor I
Lex Green performed a trumpet solo the club between now and
along with the band in the song"Sin Christmas. Coach McGriff is the
Sing, Sing' sponsor( for the Science club.There' I
Denise Griff commented\ on.the., .
outstanding accomplishment by the fs"a'Tennis meeting schedi : I
band. "Thanks >,o MrWoodlui said>.,ed,,.. fqr' Eriday Nov.20tLin, ? oallh., r ,W vrt a yJi,79niL3: Uutix t ai4 vv '4 L''
Mr. Paronto, we were able to do so Mc riff'g'room//,(1801). If )'ouaretu: a tr boa dun n soli { ,n -w
well. They made us work, so that we terested and can attend the meeting,
could be our best." contact Coach McGnlf. r
The band will participating in
another contest Saturday, Nov. 21. Seniors:
Good luck! Wednesday, Nov.18 was the last
chance to order graduation an-
The cross country team competedin nouncements for this year. If by l rcri
the district meet In Palatka on Friday chance you missed ordering yours,
Nov. 6. Both the boys and girls the representive will be back ii
were be participating. sometime in January. However, the ,I i Iu I''
announcements that are ordered dur-1 J
Clubs: ing January will not be delivered the' ri
The French Club made over $100 same time as those ordered earlier.
dollars on the "I Hate Boys"and "I
Hate Girls" days. On the "I Hate Bradford High School has been re-
Girls day", the boys buy the football acredlted by those representives that
with the slogan "I Hate Girls". If the visited the school during last week.
boy wearing one speaks to a girl, he This is an honor for any high school to
must give the girl the football. The recieve.
same thing happens on the "I Hate :
Boys" day with the girls giving up Campus Capers
the "I Hate Boys" footballs. At the
Blaine Dyal someone says "hello" t
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eand of each day, the boy or girl with Isn't that WILD' +
the most footballs wins a prize. It wasa i; ua.r.
big success. There sure seems to bea Kennie Lennon is still litrr
lot of people who don't like dating! "zoom-zooming" around campus. sr


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November 19.1981 TELEGRAPH Page 3A 'I



HUD Project Awarded tot to Master Links, Inc.


i l In a special city commission- Jim Lucas an engineering consul- HUD) and falls in the second-year's

: /9; meeting held Monday Nov.2, the tant. allocation. Lucas said that other
commission passed unanimously a second-year monies unspent at this
: t ,i"6 a motion to award toe HUD Street Included in this work will be the time, will be before the year's end.
[ z Drainage and Water Improvementsto resurfacing of Oak Street from Next year's grant will total$330,000.
the low bidder Master Links at Brownlee to Ida Streets and the in- Current plans have earmarked those
$79,428 with the stipulation that stallation of an extensive fire main funds to be spent as follows: Housing
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: Alternative Number: one be retained system in the area, including Oak St. Rehabilitation: $190,000; Code Enforcement
until a period of time within 15 days of Ida St., Pine St., Estell St., Old : $20,000; Public Works r
project completion.Final Lawtey Road Cooper Rd., Calvary $75,000; Relocation Expenses: $5,000 ';
Contracts have not been come St., Hall St.. and Lamar St. and Administration: 40,000.

pleted at this time, but work is ex- The money is part of a three-year Master Links is a company that ::
pected to begin sometime during the $1.2 million grant from the Housingand specializes in installing irrigation -.
third week in November,according to Urban Development Department systems for golf courses.



City Going to Court on Delinquent Utility Bills I

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Delinquent utility bills will be turn- accounts running $400 to $600, got the Legal action was suggested by
ed over to Small Claims Court insteadof attention of the city commissionerswhen Crosby. Attorney George Pierce im ::.:
given to a collection agency as has City Clerk Neil Tucker asked mediately suggested the Small
been the practice, Starke City Com- that the accounts be"written off" the Claims Court of Bradford County
missioners decided at their Nov. 3 city books."I .
meeting.The The council approved Crosby's mo -
council agreed 5-0 at the sug- think we need to get some kind of tion to place every delinquent account ;
+ gestion of Mayor-Commissioner Ver- answer as to how some of these bills over $tOO in the Small Claims'Court
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non Silcox, to notify utility user with a got up to$400, $500, and$600 before we "I'm real disappointed in this
Southside Ele. Academic Achievers... nant Andy Huggins. delinquent account before forwarding write them off and forget them" said because we did have a new policy."

These 22 students at Southside Elementary School SeatedAmanda Loper Ashley Alday; Brad the account to Small Claims Court. Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, who said Commissioner Crosby, alluding I
earned itralght-A's for the first six-week grading Neighbors Stephen Bradley. Kelly Duncan, Donna Eighty-five 'delinquent accounts said he saw a lot of names and big to a policy calling for house-to-house y
period.. Dunlap. totaling $13,055 with some individual dollars. follow up.
They are (l-r): StandingHolly Shield, Alisha Gruen Tangela Pitt-
Bottom rowBrian Hall, Matthew Eunice. Pam Patterson man, Melinda Powell, Julie Ferguson. Yvonne Bobo, .. -
Dana Dunlup. Becky Phillips Allison Whise- Brian Canova. Kevin Boone, Jerinty Crawford.


I Complain... ts Aired About' Instructors (From Page 1A) 301N. 1 f A IN sr Waldo Fla. ;


8-week course, 11 of 28 students have Instructor Al Fisher "in our opi is too short to get credit for the
dropped out, he said.A nion, is the only instructor out there," course, but that she can remain :,.
small woman Jean White, was Drew said. Fisher goes put of his wayto enrolled. Heck said she came from N, ,1 l I I I6.L.J II It
told she was too little to drive a truck help students, keep the peace, and her home in Clinton, Tenn. to attend \
some weeks into the course. Why tells students they can do the job. the Bradford-Union I I tl
wasn't she told she was too small Fisher is the "only one that doesn't school because it is widely recognize t i t I II II
before she was allowed to enroll, cuss you and treat you like a dog," as one of the best of its kind.
Ballou asked? Drew said..
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Mrs. White, almost 4 feet, 11 inches On approaching Vo-Tech DirectorTed I I -
tall, told the board she needs a cer- Oglesby, Drew said, "Of course Till>HADf OtD I I
tificate from the truck driving course, it did absolutely no good," COUNTY TELEGRAPH
which she successfully completed, to No one approached her about a job Pua.II.h.tI..ry Thursday
get a job. White who lives 137 miles said Drew, who drives for UPS.Afterthe atlMW.CallStraatStark

south of Starke in Lacoochee, said in meeting Supt. Casey however, ..Florid 3201 .
eight weeks she spent$150 to enroll in said the administration recommended *4'49 la.a9Tuurkey
the course, $360 for motel lodging, three students to UPS. Sand Clan,......paid at Thanksgiving Special .
,
plus expenses for meals and gasolineto Butch Hamilton said he quit the Start.,'Iorldalultle.lptla" Baked Ham '
and from home on weekends. She is truck driving course because of Oscar .:
the wife of a truck driver and has experience Davis who told him such things as I..... All You Can Eat .
driving. "Get your head out of your ass." In Irada arm$P.00 p.r yaar ?
Betty Drew criticized instructors Grown men don't need to be talked ".00.>.months I 3 Vegetables Dessert
Oscar Davis,. Jack McDaniels ands about that way said Hamilton, who
222 10% Senior Citizen Discount
said he has a job driving a truck andis V
=:Jeff Schaefer but defended. instructor Outilda Irada.....10.00 par year 4b8-947U
5= AI Fisher.. happy with it. S5.50 ill months S 468-2622 Take Out Order ,
"When you're going 55 MPH in a Bitsy Heck, who is enrolled in the !
70,000 pound truck you don't need tohave fourth week of the current eight week
a:=:::= ..
3: somebody yelling at you,"Drew course, said she was recently told she ,
.M.; said of Davis, the head of the truck "I
"Sounds"at ,
Musical \
;
driving instructors. Davis has no patience -

.a s is constantly chewing out LB First Baptist .,
"Tjp;::: students and in the sixth week of in-'
'' Sunday; Nov. 29 ,
instruction; stopped accompanying'students .
25. on road trips she said. First Baptist Church of Lake Butler
.E' Instructor Jack McDaniels waster will present its second musical under 'Tax-free :l.
;described by Drew as.! having a the direction of Rodney Brooks Sun.
disgusting attitude toward women. day, Nov. 29, beginning at 7:30: p.m. "
McDaniels sits at a picnic table and The musical is entitled "Sounds of '

thetLw entahow stupid His Coming II" and will be presented Arm"l,
'.ones driving are. '7 don't thank by the First Baptist Childrens Choir '. '. l1'vMI aUlYw12. .h.ad

0 '5chaelertooa eY.prew.said"t.a nap. and louth Brass IEiWOmbl-.It....=td.le1;: : i ;. .... ...HI' OJ.. J .. .., ,"TVFlorida .aI...' ". 4 1M

on a roadtrip with students, runs a soloist, duets, trios and quartets '
personal business during work hours throughout the program.
stops the truck on road trips to play The program will consist of great PLUS the
video games In stores, 'once cut an' songs such as "Worthy The Lamb"' ;
engine off during highway instruc- "It is Finished," Jesus Got 0 Hold of
tion, and let a good looking female My Life" and many other favorites by I
Student Debra A. Roe, look up a test such composers as Bill Gaither, Lan-
answser In the book among otherthings ny Wolfe Andrea Crouch, Dottie strength eta
;;Drew said. Rambo and others. ?


I .fijSii'n.taDue'in' Starhe Dec. 5 National 4 01


$|iima'! jOaus wilt visit here Dec.5 for Madison for one block, turn left onto '.i';
"f Annual:)Christmas parade says Thompson Street go one block northto 4 ?1
.v'Alison?who has word from.that, Call Street, turn left on Call, ec, wo
,rfuLteUaw\ from: ..the.troze .fnh!' "*'blockS'on"'Call,. will turn right\ 'onto ,: Florida
";Court Street and go north W Jefferson"Street. Banks CO
I-1er.t.her will' '' ,
be
atree
and turn right onto Jefferson, IIC3
lighting) in downtown'iktt and will terminate in the parking 1 lot**, ,
',vacant lot;between the ,of the Florida Bank at Starke. 2a1a
use;;and the Bradford There is no entry fee the National

tapha' "Christmas..... parade. Entrants are requested to
:sunglx4 1 call. the Chamber': Commerce, <
't. wild art 'at,4:30 p.m.-' ,phone 964-5278, that they plan to be in. : .I'.G
tmaijStree! lighting the parade so the. Chamber can plan ,, .,

"I- carol singing will. be at the parade. .' Everyone wants your'money! Brokers Money market funds are not insured by

e will 1-leave. %*',;-Bradford ,' ;.?y. and Savings arid Loans. .but in these the federal: government..

ao p.m., wilt go north up School Luncli'1Tenued uncertain times you can't be too .fuL
pbeP off 301 onto Walnut Roll over your 6-month CD penalty free.
Madison Street:turn right On '.' At Florida National Bank, we feel l great You can redeem your Florida National ';:
rJ" oM-M" Bradford Middle School Vo-Tech about our All Savers Certificate. With aIr J. '
School and all Bradford County Money Market Certificate now partially or -
"Placed nimum investment of as little as S500,
Elementary Schools:
.. wholly and purchase: a tax-free All Savers
November 2>24.MiHido. AByr
tlLt t
: :
Status
Advised Certificate without the usual penalty for
V>". :Bwroni.: cheese sits, gardenttulad. ,:) !
By ,Accreditation Team Tumutiit..apple Nov. jiHumburg crisp,hoi rolls and on milk.bun FrenchIrira ,' ln1Ui/aiiIstCyl'eldS. No Savings and Loan. early withdrawal.

Bradford High has been placed on Irtluc 4 pickle. peaches and milk. credit union or bank can pay you more. And more importantly your investment
status by the reaccredita- U''1iirdi.. Nee :1* :\.". 21: TII\NKgi.I'IMi
an tion advised team which finished Its work here IInl.l..\\11. Qr : :; is backed by the strength, assets and
-Jl;;
to. $2.000 tax-free income on a joint
last Friday.. Principal Jim Duncan 'd; r411gh School'November 'I eti f ;? Up stability of a great statewide bank that has
!>
told the school board Monday night; 23.21Regular I;f",. 1.\\ :''i j'. : (]: return."Vbu can buy now; then renew before been serving Florida for nearly a century

Nov. 16.Duncan. ';, December 31 1982 and add two years
expressed confidence that Miuiilutm.: :ill:I. ''Hambur|| r tin bun. French Check the chart below to see just how
the BHS faculty and the school board ,tries, nitwit beam li-nucr a pick I...vhnvululeuak ., 1_. 'interest toward your tax-free total. '
be.
*and milkTorHd ;. high your taxable equivalent yield can
accomplish the enough of the
can goals set by the evaluation team to naiad.>. Nut.peach zi.Piua.crisp: and. bullvrvd milk. .l'"n.n. garden. .: .'*. ;"". ..':' Insured savings up to $100,000. There is Stop in and ask us about the All Savers

continue school. be an accredited high A-l.a-Carle '. ,';;. .". :: ,no safer investment.Your savings are Certificate. Now you can get tax-free income -

Many of the items were identifiedby Munriut, *,,:nulkxhakm,,,,. ChveseburKi'r: puuiFrirnvhtrie ,, :(t' : guaranteed up to S 100. OO by the FDIC. plus the strength of Florida National.

the BHS faculty In a pre Tur.du0'.: irllumburKer., French Irles.imikshukm '. .
accreditation report Duncan said. piuuCorrection, '
than moneY market fund
I a
There are also many items which the Better
.
board has been Informed "t .
school ./.:,..,," .
'about, Duncan said' and that Richard Trainer one of the :' U 1bur 'YOur Tax Bracket Probably Is: The 'I\zxable Equivalent Yield for These Rates:
everybody agrees have to be done' straight-A students listed in the Nov. J 'nctable
such as repairing leaking roof at BHS. 12 edition Is the son of Mrs.Edna Mar- .t. Income: Is: 10 5% 11% 115%
Duncan gave school board tin and the late Leo Trainer. ,' .
members preliminary,copies of the He Is not the son of Mr. and Mrs.
\; 'S5OOOO 50% 21% 22% 2200
accreditation committee a reports. ; :
Ronald Trainor of Starke as reportedin .. I
Final reports will be out Monday the Nov. 12 edition of ,the ; $35,000 40% 17.5% 1833% 1917%
'23 and the will have
Nov Telegraph Telegraph. We aplogize: for the error.
more coverage of it at a later date. "-The Editor
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$25.000 \13'0% 15% 1571 % 1643%
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So Long .' Substantial interest penaltV; :i\d.LoSl of i lax exe:;'.Eger. tot e rl'.rtl"r: 'N"'I: ..

Al, Patti &. Amy Alesia Wofford r. L "
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etHTOKlALSFlorida \'" Prisoners Tried to Burn. Their 'Way'Out: '; '.('''db'.V,





MarijuanaA Of Dilapidated Wooden 'City Jug' in 1910 tM.H


w
It also serves another purpose. The
Cash CropAt sand sifting down through the cracks ;r,q}
Ranking The time was September 23. 1910. In falls into the eyes of those sleeping on :"
its current issue The Bradford County the bunk and they must therefore get I'"

Telegraph announced that work on under the bunk to sleep, whereby the 1M
a time when decline of been observed in 43 of thestate's "the new county jail is nearing com- bed-clothes are kept clean. .
pletion and is being pushed so as to be /lq
in Florida as 67 counties. Although
small farm '
the
of
ready by the next regular meeting the jug had
Until few days ago
is in Tallahasseeshow a tt
files
;
FDLE
the nation
well as across the county commissioners. been provided with a padlock and
causing considerable concern three sightings involving hasp but the modern spirit of inv "Ji

among those interested in the 700 marijuana plants in Brad- The "new' county jail, of course, II"I. provement has improved even here ;vd

state's economy it appears ford County Sheriff Dolph was what is now the"old"behind county the jail old As the unwilling prisoner must be I
still standing just thetun
shoved in with the left hand while
he has not
is flourishingin Reddish ,
that a new crop says ((1902) courthouse on U.S.301 between closes door with \
the
the state. But it is a crop in received reports on but the Call and Jackson Streets. In 1910 the marshal quickly the old arrangement was ,10('
the right, ,
which-we can take no pride. one sighting in which an arrest jail was described as "fronting on ; ; awkward and often a failure, I'or the a
(UII
Sanderson Street, the name used at of the .,
was made several months prisoner would get hold hasp ,, ,
According to information that time for what is now called Tem- first and hold it so that the door could '

released this week by the ago. ple Avenue, or U.S. 301. not shut and the club had to come into??H?|

Florida Department of Law In another news release this at the play, A new lightning spring lock has,'
The "new" jail was big news .
Enforcement the "Sunshine week the FDLE reported that time and even rated an item in the 'j i lii ii done away with all trouble on this.,

State" is not only the major nearly a ton of cocaine was Florida Times-Union which com- score. AH
'
unloading point for marijuana seized in Florida from mented on the "patent gallows" The shingles are pretty. rotten and 'os';
of the
"modern"feature
from Colombia and other January through September which was a inside .' the birds will soon drop seeds through,,r
interior. The gallowswas -
.
building "
,
Latin American countries, but 1981 an increase of more than a mechanism installed for the :tl>>o' the cracks upon the ballast. Wonder M1

is now a major producer of the 700 percent over the same purpose of carrying out the death ta how the jug would vigorous look Jerusalem when surmounted -,OJ,
by some )
,,
drug. period in 1980. penalty by hanging, which was the oaks
legal method of executing criminalsat 3 r.

During recent air The number of other crimesin that lime The "patent gallows"was ... The jug is so well preserved by (lhen

surveillance, the Florida Nar- Florida rose also, with apparently never used for its In- fumes of alcohol that it wilt last..nlorever. "
Center tended purpose, since the only three 2
cotics Intelligence murders showing an increaseof ,
known executions were all carried out The old 1910! jail as it looks today facing busy U.S. 301. The
discovered wellprotectedfarms in
eight percent, from 1,059 on gallows constructed for this pur- "front porch." an original part of the jail In the old days when iwput
and marijuana- the first nine months of 1980 to pose on the east side of the courthouse the lower floor was living quarters for the jailor and family, was A lew weeks before the new jail was '
operations in North this grounds. The trap door designed for to use. four young blades about sat:
farming 1,146 in the same period removed when U.S. 301 was widened to four lanes.The
and Central Florida contain- the inside gallows may, still be seen town decided to take a preview ol the t,1|
weedto year. from an outline on the floor at the interior to liven up an othense dull :id
ing enough of the illegal head of the stairs in the 1910 jail. first to be remarked is the total themselves at liberty by overthrowing Sunday' afternoon. Dressed in their
rival yearly profits of the Marijuana hauls were up 77 absence of writing on the walls, and the jug. A new and stronger jail Sunday' best, the lour adventurers CAT

state's top agricultural pro- percent this year and seizures No wonder the people of Starke and defacing of any kind; but the guestsare was proposed but the solons who then were Olin and Ray White. Joseph' ,
ducts. weighed nearly 318 tons--a 223 Bradford County were proud of their not anxious to write their nameson decided the weal or woe of the town Maltox. and Roger Wells.
last new jail since it was to replace the the wall and carving is made impossible saved expenses in a way worthy of II"
The Narcotics Intelligence percent increase over disreputable wooden "jug' which because they have to leave "the wise men of Gotham." They fill The lun-loving young Wells the last no

Center is a Division of Local year. was used to house prisoners up to that their pocket knives outside. ed the space between the ceiling and (to enter the building, slammed the ihl
time. The location of the "jug" Is not the shingles with sand to weigh the door !shut as a "joke' on his friends..co/,.
Law Enforcement Assistance, The increase in crime is a known, but a graphic description of it Just under the north window is a structure down. This way of placing Alas when they' completed (their tour>tl(

a cooperative statewide effortin natural by-product of the increase was published in the Telegraph's burned showing how a ballast while contrary to the mode and went to leave the building no one .-xj

which state agents assist in drug traffic and the issue of September I, 1910 On a scaleof large tried spot to burn himself out. used aboard ship is, nevertheless effective could open the door. All the windows ,w',)

the county sheriff departments fact that Florida is now join- I to 10, this structure would have Once prisoner a couple of stout farmers,were and quite in keeping with the were barred except those I in the tow er >*,1!
in identifying the the ranks of producers is been rated zero by present day jail inspectors incarcerated, but nearly set condition of the guests who are atop the roof so they' searched for a to
ing to make their l'SCl1pl''Ia that ex'osot.
did not with
who fortunately ex- troubled top-heaviness an'way. rope
in
seriousness of the problem alarming news to "old ist at that time. But the only' rope available was.nrl
their areas. Bradford Countyis timers" as well as newcomerswho deemed too rotten for the job.Tho day!ion! '.

participating in the pro- are looking at Florida as Under the heading "THE LITTLE was hot and muggy and soon thoirui.)

gram. a possible retirement home. GRAY JUG" with the subhead, I Letters to the editorCoaches I clothes were wet with sweat as Ihe.vuotried .
"Municipal Hostelry Is A Marvel of in vain to find a way out. 'tin
According to FDLE Now that the problem has Ingenuity.," The Telegraph, reporter wu
estimates Florida's annual been "identified" by air wrote: Alter several hours ol captivity( 1 lId
their shouts attracted the attention olmi
surveillance the Division of and !
the bottom. The enthusiasm
ting
marijuana crop probably exceeds Wednesday morning Marshall Blamed the (town marshal who came to set
Local Law Enforcement has left the hearts of many and it
$400 million in value, Austin had a general fall housecleaning fight what all the fuss was about. Although>the
making it second only to Assistance should continue its at the"jug", as the municipal jailis For Football LossesAt is the opinion coaches of many_ and that coaching only I a could have opened the door! easily s'i

oranges as the leading cash efforts to insure that mari- called. The name is not far-fetched Bradford Highs change methods will in bring us back to the once Irom the outside, he decided (to leach ftw
juana growing in Florida for the little square structure with a dreaded "FIGHTING TORNADOES the boys a 1 lesson and said! he would JC
crop. never replaces oranges as the pyramidical roof looks just like a I would like to reflect on the letter ", have to go find a key. IIl'lt'lIl1l1d) went ml
Schiedam Schnapps bottle, and if they" that was in your column the week of home to eat u leisurely' supper iH'lortI'K( !
Marijuana farming has top-ranking crop. place had a stove with a piece olpjp! '"" }jNovJj 12th from R. J. Darley in There have been coaches dismissed returning. to'let the Iriiilitened) youth iT

_.."" l' .- outside would very much"rehilSJe>..jjrelefllnce to our ball team.<, Lcpm: their positions with far better,. out just Ix-lore dink Koitun.ilelv+ vr.
.. t '' ,a jug CWifaT: )fI'"Y. M MfujDarley's letter was yery"wellrlt. 1' records; than: purs, T'theflithan"st1Jvf' 'li PIV t import
tf, -.. '" ...: ""' ."!"# and exp..4ti'therfti ., fdiP-11 MSfq! .: ;n f\i.thf,BWI I' M .d r'HilJr' openfeluihVtU.iid l.t'Sttoull
tfM-.r.
4 V erl1il(; TFSi yrnian ..:latYnTInecaBuaJjobsefver only' four bare wallsndi.thei fi ftle| :)qr ,*fma'Si throughout the county. The UIIe iniUaC. Ve (Q: rge; "t;;! lJO 'M/l/ ttT.ll..L.puptMff upe rjj.",lrlurlal'r ,na 3'niq.em.t riliw htorwrrr.andaI9bna'nTn.l ""iIII' rad <
that
I presents rd Tornadoes have been sup- to take the action we mus
bunk but there are many traditibiis'associated !cmFORESTRY"
with the place to make it' tra by great numbers for years The avid supporters have ,been
Still UncertainThe interesting and if the walls could { speaking from experience the faithful even when the odds were not :
( has the
dropped drastically in
speak they could tell some startling so great but in this "money' pinching"time
tales. past five years, this year finally hitCnBrnty it is hard to support a team witha II IN BRADFORD COUNTY jd

jury is still out on David program which he had 1 losing streak such as Bradford Highis dN

Stockman. argued in the magazine inter- experiencing.' The blame is not by David W. Norton ;"L
view "would not work". Was placed on the young men who haveplayed Bradford flirt
;
f .untl8"1i iif
well those eligible who < I Is1et-iJ:
the Agents as as
magazine -
Although carrying By '
this switch the price he paid have chosen not to participate in the I ..Will \\11/11'/ ('':) ,bn'J
the damaging interview for Mr. Reagan's refusal to BobbyTaylor sports program but are placing the ,Are You.The'Kou Ofo tmbia9'rq

with President Reagan'sbudget accept his (Stockman's) pro- Iltellook blame which those of us sincerely YourShadefTrenProMwnT! B8iU3

director has not even ferred resignation?. j believe to be, the decadence of the If your answer was "yes" to thtftjod
hit the newstands with its coaching stafl.ft '.. question from last week s article let
....
us hope that hIoItpmVJel'tWwlIltJilftTsto
December issue > .. .,p... you
enough In editorial to r
an coming Through; the years many' playiarb retfUiVtUnS situation,aosl otiriw a riliw
words have been written to till Mr. Stockman's defense The While commercial production of Florida 90. :and i ex-players have commented:/un<*;:6 Asrindieatedlprtvi0us? yvtiteeit9tPtnabducedI

a book on what Mr. Stockmandid Wall Street Journal said the strawberries is concentrated in a few the "hard-core" coaching methods I l land <> .stresses,'promqtfliUHWflt fjwdiud

or did not say. A final Atlantic Magazine interview"is areas of our county, they can be We recommend planting strawber for these reasons many of'>'our. disease'probkrnflilq dBNclopi and grown in home gardens throughoutour ries on raised beds which are two feel (Mould-be players" have,quit betonv- ,was-madeotbal dfunaBfttailwKtatraspiM
the
judgement on pluses not the story of politician area. This week I'll discuss wide and spaced two feet apart. The the season ever gets into' bvUu&ui, ,is the principal induction factor cau!food

minuses of the budget direc- cynically misleading the strawberries and how to.grow them. beds should be mounded so they're six Sternness is important but there,is u. iV ing stJ'ess.tQjyOUI' 3"hl: :>dSiaatTi

tor's thoughts and remarks public" but rather "the storyof inches high along the edges and about limit to everything:>. Fort' 'theseI! i', ', be a*>lsimiMe'jiM'"lwmnw>WTvo::)

will have to wait for a readingof an idealist frustrated in By nature strawberry plants are eight inches high in the middle. reasons I am sure there-ha\vbrvn! l.('smashing// (be stem i arousing; ajbwwjnudtinunus

the complete article. with perennial. But for various reasons we students who would not or could not .injury k) oIICMrOotimbr.latogmh
confrontation reality. raise them as an annual crop in our In preparing the beds you begin play to their potential.thrreforvtiM-" -damage)from residenttatFlearincuaiudItins

Among other things, Mr. area.The time to set new plants in the ..(with fertilization. For a tenbytenfoot mg out on scholarships. Ii crtainathat9ifi>Jl&a M9ttE9MHhs'j! :
Stockman is credited with Mr. Stockman doubtless garden is from ,now through late strawberry patch,broadest about 1,")I< < IM reald.Mialnlandsaoepady>pesirtrgpabltt1s119'V :
became frustrated when he November. When winter comes the two-and-a-half pounds of' 6-8-8 fertilizer Yes' it is definitely'< >time> >tor. 0'' j menband> 'JOaintbulad tla!llwInduoeAlrwsslressful
calling the "across the board"tax Secretary cool nights and short days will cause and spade it into the soil. Then, change so as proud cttizdnsrbad Tornado :htuatlGnaf..IItINJ"p e IM

cuts proposed by President fought Treasury the plants to begin flowering. Flowers form the beds and apply another two- supporters let us band togi'ther shade treefe.ii '91/0 **'* ldsJ boot 9riT
Donald in effort to '
Reagan and approved Regan an formed after the last killing frost of and-a-half pounds 'of fertilizer..this and urge the school board. to' malt.t, i henecessary Is U possible that*heimj 1&ovanrd8dw
Congress as a "Trojan Horserused ,' raise taxes and reduce the early spring will develop into fruit. time in a narrow band about six inches changes! y4DlBonita .t.I.whithi"tnakainimIHMrsalawinl'tb!

to disguise the Administration's deficit--and lost. Likewise deep down the middle of the _. Howard flick damage ojMnJury!! Many times
when the fought Defense Berry production and harvest con- beds. If you'cejosi-starting to grow LavHeyTFI. in our:'life we are confronted with a
real purpose of tinue throughout the As the strawberries Lou should also include '
to spring. off' "Catch-22" situation where any decision -
giving tax breaks to the Secretary Weinberger weather gets warmer and the days a, complete mixture of minor Writer ProtestsStatement v'" made results in ndemnation.This .

already wealthy on the theory reduce the huge increase in grow longer the plants will stop,producing -"Tjjemcnts 1 in t e first season fertilizer is often the case when an individual -
that benefits would eventually defense spending--and lost. berries and start forming'run, ;m' >lieation, I by \ does landscape work

ners. The runners take*rooK and*.*.V: ,'- Zoning Directpr 11f"m -wKKten it is desirable to achieve a
"trickle down" to taxpayersat Also frustrating to home the Bed is formed | |
become new plants. Most When properly .Ms 11med appearance" from a
the bottom of the ladder.In Stockman were the pork- gardeners destroy these plants' and fertilized and moistened..cover witha On Leslie November Elderfield 1? my s --I; I <,Uwnrv"This is usually accomplished

barrel bills introduced by certain start over again in the fall. sheet of one to one-and-a-half mil son ,"applied,' to they% by'ana iCating weeds and fertilizing
the article Starke City CommfsSHjn! (orm permit
magazine :This is the !
black polyethylene plastic.
that carpet"appearance.
frlcwpropfiote! "plush
members of for green
Congress to keep his InsMe heWtS i friJMylThe
Stockman is quoted as sayinghe Strawberries can be grown on just recommended mulch for strawberries pony e ) In general,the easiest
never really believed that pet projects for their states in about all the soil types we have in our in our area. Then cut slits In the Commission, thoufgrrunderstaiv- ...way.complete this is by utilizing a
the face of efforts to cut the soil where the will be in dine and considerate 0$hfs pp bt4rnv /
simply cutting taxes would area. Our sandy with a good quan- plastic plants &"ff 34-rand! feed" type fertilizer for
unable
stimulate the budget. Especially when these tity of organic matter is the best. serted. In the culture method we're was to current zoning to grant relations.him a permit' ,*due"+,,,'*.) aWns< and grasses. The truth of the
economy raids on the treasury were Strawberries like well drained soil discussing plants should be set in matter is that disasterous results are
enough to balance the budget, which is moist but not wet. double rows..one row on each side of shortly evident from shade
made by such supposed Ad- However, at one point in the your
and that the Defense Depart- the bed about six Inches from the proceedings trees.

ment is loaded with "blatantinefficiency" ministration supporters as It's' important to plant strawberry edge. Plants should be spaced 12 Inches addressed Al Crosby the ,commission the zoning director con-- These "weed and feed" type' fertilizers -
Majority Leader Sen. Howard apart in the row. Be sure that no
and waste. varieties which have proven cerning these regulations. He also of- are easily broadcast and act
Baker Tennessee Republican themselves under our growing condi- plants are set directly over the fertilizer fered the opinion that my son's appealwas as slow release weed killers and fertilizer -

Although, in our opinion, he who had been pleadingwith tions. Our best commercial variety is band down the middle of the "very touching" and "very well which can find their way to the
bed because this lead to salt burn.
can
is right in his conclusions, the his colleagues to avoid Sequoia wilt,also do well in your played." root systems of your trees. Many of
/ these contain of
chemical
garden Be sure to use certified ,disease- portions a
but such ,
reader cannot help ques- just parochial politicsand 'r *
toxic tree herbicide called This
free them moist before 1 would like to inform Mr. Crosby 24D.
tion his judgement in making accept the budget cuts. It givesjflftd yfejds J ,. large fruit and planting plants.'Keep and plant in moist soil., that my son was certainly not chemical, (2-4.D Dichlorophenoxyacetlc -
such statements after he had it's' resisjMSt totta:: common. plant acid) is considered a
But when it to his Spread the roots in a fan shape, set "playing. Leslie saved his moneyfor
came own disease eVmftPanfnracnose. Besides
been the chief spokesman for the plants at the correct depth in the a considerable time to buy his translocated herbicide meaning it is
in selling Congress on pet project Baker changed his Sequoia the best varieties for this soil and pack the soil firmly around pony and is responsible for its free to travel within a particular plant
Reagan he tune and went to bat for con- area pr4; (fJo f fIF!\! ; liver and the roots. welfare. I considered his appearance and is very effective at low concentra

this program. Certainly tinued funding for the controversial before the Commission to be a tions. Try impressing your friends
has badly damaged if not Clinch 'River valuable lesson In the mechanism of with that word! .

shattered his credibility with ........ ..,, .... government. He was very serious Many people would be amazed 'to
breeder reactor which would
and little afraid but know that 24D. is utilized for
which might well a willing to
Congress cost million for fiscal milegr i : 1a. oak/hardwood eradication in
if Stockman's figuresweren't $254 just lJ undertake the ordeal on behalf of his pine
ask
1982 with an additional $2 pony. plantations under forest conditions.
right at that time Imagine how effective it could workIn
later.
how can they be relied upon in billion to come The Integrity of our family has been your oak tree. Check your bag of

future budget sessions? Little wonder that Mr. ESTABLISHED 1'7t MEMBER Crosby's suggestion "weed and feed" under the active Ingredients -
that we would attempt to belittle the listing to determine If 2-4.D.
Another doubt as to Mr. Stockman was frustrated by 101 G. FERGUSON JOHN.M. M1UER, Publishers, commission In any manner by playacting .. is among the list. If this Is the case

Stockman's convictions arises such political hankypankyand ,uW,.........T.w.sd.y.nd......... N $..... Char M.N.r M the to it. one might consider' finding other
felt forced to give vent' to Mrs.A. R.Thompson..Jr means of weed control and fertilizing.
from his reversal of opinion his true feelings. Whether he ,hit Office .Stalk. ri... v *.f Act.sf<' Mwcfc 3, 1m '402 E.South St..Starke If not the consequences are at hand.

after President Reagan took was wise in the manner and $vbridMlNa ..$In InMl arm tie POT Y..n M SI*Marie Is It possible that fertilizer can kill
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him to "the woodshed". He timing of releasing his views 0utaI4e... .,.., 110 ,..Y..., $4...atx .......'' jny shade treee This will be the topicof
> The bat ansvwr'tei > discussion in the next feature."Are
avowed his con- an afterward "1-- 94x44301 fr.ek'fluty.;
remains to be seen. the ROC)
German proverb you o( your shade tree.prob1emst"1"1f -
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Wilkinson and Pat Mund rft 'Do Starke Woman's Club Has Program


Wed Nov. 7 in Church of God ,: The Social SideGladys t On Crime and Drug AbuseVeteran's

talk, and Deputy Denton
Day, Nov. 11, was observed enlightening
Miss Brenda Wilkinson daughter of foods. Two crystal v ses of silk roses at the Starke Woman's Club as showed slides which he narrated on
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of (filled with rice) were made by the Of The members met for their luncheon- facts pertaining to them. Drug
Raiford and Patrick Mundorff son of groom's mother. Mss Janet Griffis Mooty meeting. paraphernalia was exhibited.
Mrs. Cookie Mundorff of Starke and served coffee from a silver coffee service The flag salute was followed by Guests were introduced and Mrs
Wayne Mundorff of Keystone Heightswere at a round table covered similarto presentation of arms by the local Cleone Shaeffer was welcomed us a
united marriage Nov. 7 at 7 the other tables. JKOTC oi Bradford High School new member
p.m. at the Church of God In Starke The rice bag table held a white lace L964-7608 News honored guests who were introducedby The Woman's Club will have abridge
with Rev. Alton Coleman performingthe cloth over pink and ; a huge bride Mrs V J Spengler chairman of luncheon for members and
nuptials. doll flanked with held| baskets of public affaIrs guests on Wednesday. Nov. 18 at
Daniel Martin organist and Mrs. pink and burgundy rice bags. On the Mrs. K.A. Green,Sr. gave an inspir noon, and a Fashion Show and Champagne
Marian Douglas soloist presented a other end were pictures of the bride ing talk accompanied by a devotional Dinner on Saturday, Nov 21 at
program of nuptial music. and groom as babies. Attending the entitled "Thankfulness." 7 p.m. in the club building. There will
Highlighting the altar was a heart'shaped table were Misses IV isti Padgett and A Thanksgiving motif was carriedout be a variety of assorted desserts. The
candelabra flanked with brass Kelli Leach. with table decorations including/ price will be $7.80 including tax
tree candelabras and two standing Mrs. Charles Sc mitt; director pumpkins, (corn pjrocanlha, A hornof Tickets are available from membersand
baskets of flowers in pink white and greeted the guest: at the door. J xRl plenty was tilled with fruit and at the door. New members will In-
burgundy. The choir rail was graced Assisting wete Mrs. Madge Akridge centered the speaker's table and a honored al a Christmas Tea on Dec
with garlands' of pink flowers and Mrs. Bonnie Dirkm. in, Mrs. Margie large basket of vegetables was pldc-cd 13.
trees of bay and palms were in the Dobbs and Mrs. Ruth Griftis. on the piano A delicious Thanksgiv Mrs. I..A Canova announced (hero
background. Boston fern graced the Following the reception the couple ing luncheon was served b>' Mrs. will be packets ol trees available at ;i
floor at the altar and the pews were made a wedding trip to Sky Lake Spengler and her (committee. later date, Jan. l.lh) for people desiring -
marked with bows. The vestibule Atlanta. Ga. Mrs. Spengler introduced Sheriff'Dolph them for beautification ol Stark
table held an arrangement of dark The bride and groom are both Reddish and his assistant.! and Bradford County They will bo
red roses ((8 gift to the bride from the graduates of Brads rd High School. rd Deputy-Sheriff 1 Don Denton guest notified by newspaper and radio as to
groom) and the bride's book and I ir} 1980 and Is .i speakers who spoke on Law Enforce distribution and price. Packets will
feather pen. employed by Crosley's Manufac- aa ment and Drug Abuse. Sheriff Red contain dogwood live oak magnolia.
Terry Mundorff served as best turers. The groom graduated in 1979 k dish gave a very informative and and red bud
man. ushers were Greg Wilkinsonand and is employed by inn-Dixie. (,-.f
Burney Akridge.Jason Wilkinsonwas
ring-bearer. ; 1. /
Mrs Rhonda Martin attended as Old Fashion) Bazaar
matron of honor. She wore a long pink
gown with accordian pleats boat Today at Met ChurchThe

neck and butterfly sleeves. She worea United Methodist Women are
gold head band covered with pink holding their annual Old-Fashion
and burgundy baby's breath.She car Bazaar and soup-chili lunch today,
ried a nosegay of pink and burgundysilk Thursday, In the Fellowship Hall .t' 'r z
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flowers with steamers.Ms. from 7 a.m. to 4 p.ny Lunch will be \ ,,, ____
Launa Mundorff and Mrs. Cin- served from II a.m. to 1 p.m. r'n
dy Sapp served as attendants and The bazaar will feature crafts, r' ; ; 'f wI f4&i
were attired similar to the honor at- handmade items fanned goodies, .
tendant. All the bouquets were made baked items, plants and the ole book : ,
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by Mrs. Madge Akridge, aunt of the store (a hit from ). P4'7 :
bride. During the laSayear soup-chill
Trisha Davis was flower girl and luncheon will be for a $1.50
was dressed similar to the attendants.The donation. sandwich and dessertswill } %'
be available for SO cents extra.A .1, 'A
bride given in marriage by her special all day feature will be a
father wore a gown of white silk quilting demonstration given by _
organza and white chantilly lace.The Sharon Williams sing her new
lilted bodice with its high neckline quilting frame. fP- ;''''.: .
and sheer yoke, was accented with : \\t' '
lace appliques beaded with seed _
pearls. The full Bishop sleeves were Moms Bring YoungstersTo "
cuffed with lace and trimmed with Visit Santa In :
lace appliques. Lace and a deep ruffle ( '
ot organza edged the full A-line skirt Office Shop Nov, 27
and chapel train. With it she wore a
veil of while silk illusion Mothers, bring your youngsters to .- .
fingertip the Office Shop on Friday, Nov 27 .- ::2)0" .
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completely edged with matching f mlay / pi.SoiliiUiy
chantilly lace which fell from a between 12 and 4 to yisit. Santa Claus Mr. and Mrs. Patrick" Mundorff '* din .1 I.Decorator I.
of lace and pearls. Her only or- and receive free candy.He
crown will be tollsten to all
ready your
nament was a heart-shaped diamond
Christmas wants and spread the _
necklace. She, carried a nosegay of '
silk (lowers in white with burgundyroses. -, Yule-time cheer. ,
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A reception was held in the church Planned
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Fellowship Hall which was decoratedwith by '- J-.I!:' ": j'f11 -
palm trees yuccas and springer! Members of the Kingsley Lake Pro- ThanluflivlnilServlew-
at points of interest. Two seven- perty Owners Association will have a ,M The Church ol Your ChoicePionrar '
branch white stand candelabras were covered dish supper Friday night I o:I .'. .' '''' "b'\'p. ,. .t ww..-'" ....M tryFK' "Ir.nU ..
behind the cake table. Nov. 20, in the Kingsley Lake Civic .", .
The bride's table was covered witha Center. The social dour will start at

white lace cloth over pink linen and 6:30: p.m. with supper served. at 7:30p.m. .. ol i:" n 4
,cake \ .
held,i a- three tiered'.wedding ', r
flanked, /live-ibranch! { auger,,," .K PAb'lys .'AIsV.Dlanriin 1 ,, -JI.: .I.i M J
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.candelabra.with pink t ,. i 1w..r1. 1'Pv } :.II! nl 77. .Lb ,,. '
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I' compotes held mints served by Mrs. sup I rt1t. \:
Bonnie Padgett and Mrs. Paula members and their families are invited Company 7 Ii R1, v14'f '
Traylor to attend both vents.

The punch table was covered with a I
white Army-Navy cloth over a St. Mark's Women
burgundy flounce and centered withan
-arrangement of pink burgundy To Hold Christmas : 4 I
and white pompoms and daisies with Bazaar Dec. 'i
burning pink tapers interspersed in it. sf L A .. f
Crystal puHcH'boWls!"'were on eitKer The Women of St. Mark's Episcopal t tG
end. Crystal bowls held nuts. Church made plans for a Christmas 24 Hour Service
Presiding at1'the;!'table' were' Mrs. bazaar on Dec. 5 at U eir regular mon
ch'<"aiidMiss/ Rhonda Tuesday night. Nov. 10
Ellissa; L a< thly meeting
DobntT* 01 't '4 II in the Parish House with 12 members IndustiiialCommercial j; 44aJIJ
HI t lOlllS p'tH' Ir attending. :'
TtYit.tii'I'dtlllbdoll! with a white lace cloth over bc/CgUMttpi/ 3)a discussion on the bazaar and Residential
and'neld'Sllve/'.eandesticks1.holdIng, assignments for doty hours, iiwere.. : t
burning 'bttrgtirtdymapcrs encircled: ):determined.' j, i,.. G4G i
wiU'folWrfetj'>lal4dh pInk pbmpom3. Mrsi Mac Baldwin gave the pro- V' Our Prices...
Mis'trol'lhWdtwP' 'd ts kept tb ;brlde'&,Ibook'JS'J 'gram<,which.was a report of the 9lst'annual Ij "
7obal: noil-jub/u': ql'om'q.w' :' Diocesan eeting of thedw Competition is the NameOf .'
TS ngalaarM'6<< ,'Cageiutables : (Women of the Church held in Jackson- the Game'
covered' bul1C\h'kl/S: apdzuwa centered: vnth ("hohJ.le1cmk )&'hmlaed !: nosilvcrcicarttteattotowt uh ,PWyowK, "ow.I..+t.I ......, Family Business :
one tend and a tell.. andIJchatndJ6.
( >>J'I jaoekhagdeuffs and ltneludwilhroahartiefesdioonrtlie 'il Mrs. C.C Hoppd of Tampa is Mike & Terry Oglesby
otherendtv .visiting her:sister*! Mrs.'O.L.! Beasley"and
MrsjJiWjKineaid: for 10 days.
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The food table was overlaid'with a// Mrs. Maryssioi4s, has returned 1: ,
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whttbirtri3WNavy clAtk bver'burgun't'!' after a weeks visit with. her daughter.
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Goodman of : Local artists may still sign up for Homemade available* for a siti .
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.:; Lawtey and J.C.Higginbotham exhibition space at St. Mark s Winter idesseru;jwUl.bet, .
for sale to go. Pop
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of Festival About 50 artists andcraftspersons i down
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for children will be
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I the engagement registered. There are still several '
community Is invitedto
to of their daughter, Tiffanl Annette Jones .prime spots for artists to display. and available.. Th. *
I Angia to Jay Grit Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Jones announce sell their creations come out end spend/an enjoyable-
birth of Tiffani morning, afternoon, or full day: The:
fill, son of Mr. and the a daughter, .
Mrs. J.C. Griffin Annette, born Nov. 2, in Shand's The Festival hours are 0'til dark on entertainment and browsing are free
hold > of Starke. Teaching Hospital Saturday, Dec. 5. Live entertainment If you're looking for that special gift,
( J The bride-elect Paternal grandparents are Mr. and includes performances the you'll be able to choose. from,, an
Higginbotham will be a 1982 Mrs. Robert A. Jones of Starke. Children1 Ensemble oft the unbelievable selection. So, keep
graduate of Bradford High School. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Gainesville Civic Ballet the Saturday;Dec. 5 an open date.Com
A Mr. Griffis is a 1980 graduate of Brad- Mrs. Jack Upchurcb of Macclenny. acrobatic students of Jean Reid, the bine Christmas shopping with leisure
ford School. School Chorus, and browsing,:'add delicious homemake
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will The wedding will be an event of much, much more. foods, and live ?
1 All Jan. 23, 1982 at the Starke Church of. you have St. Mark's Winter-Holiday.
,..1 God Adam Drew Stevenson Arts and Crafts Festival.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Episcopal Church Women will have Call the church office, 964- 126.:,
I Crosby Lake announce the birth df a their bazaar as one of the exhibitionsin from 8:30-11:30: : weekdays for further
son, Adam Drew, born Nov. 12 in the Festival. Handicrafted items' information: Or, you may call the
The William Wilsons In-
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Alachua General Hospital. He joins a by the Women of St. Mark's Festival Publicity Chairwoman.
Entertain at Dinner sister, Holly, age 10. clude needlepoint, crewel and Janet Neighbors 964-5835. or Peg
.wl ( And BrunchCol. Maternal grandparents are Mr.and macrame, knitted and crocheted Stanwix-Hay Senior Warden of St.
Mrs. Donad M. (Bill) McRae of items ceramics, Christmas decorations Mark's, at 468-2760. evenings.Wilson's '
day, .and Mrs. William Wilson were. Starke. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. and more.
hosts at a cocktail party and buffet Luella Stevenson of Gainesville:
dinner Friday night at their home in

,-.. '\-" ,..-, ........ Lawtey.The 100 guests' included members of Baptist Churches
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!. ..,. .. Florida Coast. Observe "M" NightThe M F
':" To Cocktails and a buffet dinner were New River Baptist Associationwill

served in the guest house overlookingthe observe "M" Night on Tuesday

:. \! pool. Fall floral decorations were, Nov. 24,7:30: p.m., at Brooker Baptist Florist
used to highlight points of interest. >
-, Church.
;.., .Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. the The guest speaker will be Ken .

....-- 9 .I.... guests were treated to a champagne Trinkle of the Florida Baptist Church cordially invites
ct. also Thomson.'I brunch before leaving for the Florida. Training Department, Jacksonville. f
Kentucky game in Gainesville. The Trophies will be awarded to churches -
Starke Fashions... Our FriendsTo
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buffet table was decorated in the that have achieved success in

.will be modeled during a gourmet orange and blue UF football color study course accomplishment over share in our OpeningOf
dinner served with champagne this with theme complete with miniature the past year.
Saturday night Nov." :21. in the Starke players. "M" Night is, the mobilization of The Christmas season
Woman's Club. All The Wilsons were assisted in serving the people of the churches for train-
Kelly Warren models a long sleeve to by Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Houser of ing in Christian Discipleship, with A
black rrepe trimmed in unite rromI.t'Jla's Cocoa.
I and chosen by her husband.Joe. .
Slump's, Leila's. T&Y. Bret & CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE
Jei-rj's. and Ken wins Mill provide the Ronald Cobb, 2
trappings from their stores and local Celebrates Birthday Concerned CitizensTo Sunday,, Nov. 22 -'2-& p.m.
ladies ill model the outfits as guests
Nov. 23
Meet Door Prizes & Refreshments
enjoy dinner starting at 1 p.m. the Ronald S. Cobb,son of Mr. and Mrs.
Tickets! for the dinner and fashion Miss Ronald S. Cobb. Sr, of Waldo Flea Concerned Citizens of Bradford
slum are n.1111. Slump's. Leila's or Market, celebrated his second birthday County, Inc. will meet Monday. Nov.
un) Woman's Club member will have 9, ,Tuesday,Nov 17 at a party in his 23, al 7:30 p.m. in the R.J.E. Christmas Arrives DiscountOn
20%
tickets. honor. Cafeteria, 1080 North Pine Street. Early, with A Ii
The dinner and fashion show is Given by his grandparents, Mr. and All members and friends of the All cash and carry Christmas Arrangements %:

Salurda>. the Nov.date 21. incorrectly The Telegraphreported last table Mrs. R.J. Jeffers, the theme of the organization are encouraged to at Offer cood NOV. 22 thru the Month of December.
party was centered around a clown tend.
week. -The Editor) cake. Ice cream was also served. 1.



Cookie Mundorff DM You Know.......... see YOU tl -
and Did You Know.,.......... AtWilson's
Hosts RehearsalDinner Florist, f
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Mrs. Virginia Engstrum
Mrs. Oak, Mrs. Edna Bishop and Mrs. Mrs. R.P. McLendon left last Friday Pantry Pride Starke Shopping Plaza Center "P "t, ,/, .
Ms Cookie Mundorll I entertained at Audrey Stanton of Orlando are Tues- for a week's visit with her sister 444-H W. Madison
a dinner party Friday night, Nov. 6 at day to Friday guests of Mrs. W.H. Mrs. Nell McDonell and son Cliff in 9645792free 4 "
the Methodist Fellowship Hall for her Thomson at Kingsley Lake. Temple Terrace. On Sunday Jim :> LF
son. Patrick and fiancee, Brenda ', McLendon and son, Ian of Blowing : i
Wilkinson following the couple's. wedding Mr. and'Mrs.' Charles Lawson ot Rock/'' N.C. ,,had lunch with R.P. -
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rehearsal" -" Tallahassee were Friday overnight McLendon in Starke while enroute to e

The IJtbteppii" diniM.' table was,.. W ; ueata.aL.his,parents)Uri,and,Mrs. ',.'i"TelllPe..T.rr.ace! where Jim will,con,, J r. .l.+{ .".,",uYnAV.- ,
('covered Uhha\lrlloge\ clotrvand Place held Mt. H.A. Lawson. ,,''.:, .t.*,, tine his radiation treatments. 0
three tall floral arrangements.
cards marked the seating arrangement house !'If
tor the 32 guests which includedthe their Mr. and Mrs. John Bossert of
immediate families, wedding par. Brooklyn N.Y were among the out-
and oul-ol-town guest. Mrs of-town guests at the L.F. Dinkins
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Georgia !loran 01 i St. Louis, Mo. ween I 50th anniversary reception on Nov. 8, Gettex- interest i
The couple presented gilts to their
attendants during the dinner.Did ing.


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Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Beach Bill were McClane weekend of and a CASH bonus .

;Mrs Curtis Sanders and Mrs. last guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dark-lie !Hun visited the Lightner
Houston McClane,
:Muieum in St. Augustine during the W.H.
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Mr and :Mrs. Sandy Sandersonwere
in Fort Lauderdale last week Yt-

\isitmg 1 Iriends. ... C c:

:Mr and Mrs.\ '111. Slade visited Mr.
and Mrs. Mike If 13 1"1 all and Mr and
:Mrs John Whelchel and families and ,. J>
Mrs Ted Stelgler in Boca Raton last 'C&tuer.y6" j '
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.. :Mr and !Mrs, Gerald Norman and andspent czi&wce 4 t0 23 Approved.! If yoy,( 'f'r r o1rh
.n" Saturday night Sunday
\\111t relatives in I lames City. Fortune Federal's All-Savers Certificates now M. rley Mf5rke ? iflq.t: irh ,P" I sr
pay 10.77% simple interest per annum and r
!Mr and !Mrs. Koberl Faulkner of All Table Linens 20% off allow you to exempt up to $2000 interest Sabers/ tote or rjinsfer [ ef5fer.. anon

Kailurd were Sunday visitors of Mr. a Joint federal fox return ( $1000 on on ds !) 'e' '1-1 not ltlis

and Mrs\ Harvey Edwards Entire collection of tablecloths, placemats, napkins, individual return). Depending on your taxc 'ftr a inrc te r erti'l te,

John Kggers: nl Jacksonville visited napkin and table bracket, these one-year certificates will yield .'.FoF't(19"e.jt'lformario( ;::9'cipgj r ne sr
his parents/: Mr and Mrs U.J. Eggers rings runners..Many styles, fabrics,colors. frorji.sJ6! % to 23%. Check the chart to see Fortune federal off!'e. y

on Sunday. fne-Al&Spvers Certificate means to you -. .

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1 lr Greg Reddish ot Orlando spent Velveteen Blazer 20% fAll Pas Iflt! r#os $500. Each certificate is fully ,J.\, It 4. "Mirt4lrsjd$1
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Mrs! Olin White visited Mr. and navy.,.": }( -el ( '4. P,41ar509 ,E
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Term Nov. 1 1-16 and also visited Mrs. CASH bonuses \ "" .1'. 1"\t
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recently returned from an extensive LOne $2000-$4999 in an All-Savers Cerrif.lable... Interest. rate ot 10.77 ..a equal to 70-.of werag.

'trip through the mid-west including entire group reduced. Famous-name cote! or a 30-month Money Marker CD and most Investment'recent yield auction on date.one-year l0.17 U.S.'Interest Treasury earned Bills' at o)We
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deposit of $5000 or more, you will receive option the face rate of the certificate. will be
o $20 cash bonus. Open 6-month 'wi' The e"aCllve annual' yield. l i on allthr..options i
Mrs. James L. Stith returned to her up tO.nevenlhoughthetotal< Inlere.lncomelrorn,
home in Pascagoula. Miss on Tues- All, Cords Reduced Money Market CD and you will receive $20. lame initial depoa'l' does diner" slighlly. Now.available' for a
day after two weeks visit with her Funds must remain on deposit for 90 days. ": flflO :

parents Mr. and Mrs. Monk Dinkins. ,,331/3 % Oj One cash bonus per family.., Offer good for a of Federal lax exemption regulations I| 'for require early withdrawal a substantial'from. penalty the AII and-Savers loss

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CPU and Mrs. Edward Ferry anc col"v please. the rate in effect at' ". alI
,Children of Virginia Beach.: Va. arrive Famous;'brands. all ,I maturity through U.3i.a1:

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! : ; uJflml1ml! ] For BHS St.Chorus Mark's Sings Church Hampton- Hilites :


ii Under the direction of Don Hardy,
selected members of the Bradford Sandra Aviles was 7 on Nov. 10. On
IBm UI3 ?U High School Chorus provided extraordinary By Delores Meng Nov 11 Patricia Jackson was 7 and
singing for the parishioners! Phone 468-1913 Andy Smith was 13. Sid Russell was
and guests at St. Mark s Episcopal 11 on Nov. 12. On Nov. 13 Mindy
Church last Sunday. Nov. 15th. "-II Club Meets Hersey was II, Brian Davis was 10,
The 24 students marched into the Donna Mowry reports that 14 were and Glenn Friese celebrated his 9th
church as part of the standard processional present at the meeting of the 4-H Club birthday
singing "Onward Christian held November 11 at the home of Amy Horne was 8 on Nov. 14. Stacey
Y WIN A TURKEY Soldiers." Following the service of Mary Jean Newman This included 3 Rhoden was 10, and Daren Whitehead
Morning Prayer, Rite One, the offi new members. turned 14. Lillian Hall celebrated her
Giant, Raymond Stanwix-Hay, in- Record books were distributed and birthday on Nov. 15. On Nov. 16
troduced Mr. Hardy. The chorus had the name selected was Green Leaf Donald McWilliams was 7 and Paul
I1t1 FOR prepared three beautiful selections: 4-H Club. New officers elected are: Bawek turned 13. Shawn Sheppard

"Holy, Holy, Holy; Oh, Sacred Head President-Doll Waters; Vice celebrated his 10th birthday on Nov
Now Wounded; and Every Eye President-Ron Newman; Secretary- 17 and Randall Glisson was 13 that
Waiteth Upon Thee." Donna Mowry; Treasurer-Andy Red- day. Happy Birthday to Laurie
Kristy Johns, a sophomore chorus ding and Reporter-Tammy Peeples. Whitehead who was 12 on Nov. 17 and
THANKSGIVING student,played the organ. The female Mr. Dowdy of the Lucky Leaf 4-H Nathan Jordan who was 9. Steve
members providing the singing were: Club was a guest at the meeting and Brown celebrated his 21st birthday
Angelina Hall, Kay Allen, Tina gave useful information on 4-H activities Nov. 14 with family party.Ilampton .

Bowen, Marla Darley, Beth Francis, .
Lori Flynn, Rosalie Robinson, Dawn The next meeting is scheduled for lake

''T';' '(' lu (' ,"W'J'U"'f' If': '"'-/', Il/rll.11'e'1'cIr/. ff. /1/rti/l% Joiner, Selina Cassels, Shawn Hart, 7:00 Newman: p.m.home, December 10 at the l>yal Twins
Lisa Lawson, Paige Roberts, and David and Teresa Dyal of Hampton
Diana Crawford Lake became the parents ol twin boys
R1;.:' ;',":' !; .'" ". .:; 1 gnu /,""f'If'If"U,.\'I1I''lof'' ,., II' i/o irise." John David Francis, Andrew Women's Club' MeetingThe on Nov. 8. Mark Leland and Matthew
,I ". Strickland, Craig Sapp, Richard and Hampton'Women's Club-will Berry Dyal were born at Shands
Wendell Tomlinson meet on Thursday, Nov.19 at 8 p.m. in Gainesville, weighing 2
Barry Warren Hospital in
1'iiiH'nnhbh'; tin' unuu't oa.iI Jill in use MOIt/.II. Brad Russell, John Tinsler, Lex the City Hall. All area women are in- Ibs. 10 ozs. and 2 lbs II ozs. Paternal

Green and Bobby Epps were the men vited to attend. grandparents are Nathan and Desta
I.ell/r TlmnLx singers. Senior Citizens Club Dyal of Hampton Lake, maternal
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Io"f' \'oulhrflnhry/mt'enir/1uv/.f' .
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'\ -1ffl' Mark's Sunday were the acolytes: invites all interested to attend their Knepper of Crystal Lake and maternal
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Eric Sanders, Bart Neighbors, and meeting on Friday, Nov. 20.at 2 p.m. great-grandmother is Rachel
NEW RULE : Previous winners may enter contest but are not eligible to win\ ':prize."? .t.... John Stanwix-Hay in the City Hall. Hamilton of Crystal Lake.

.'\ ; St. Mark's very much enjoyed this Congratulations CondolenceMark
) musical Sunday More than one Barbara and Pete Palko of Leland Dyal died at two day sol
Each Below Some Business Firm Of Bradford County. ,:';,1189 Jacksonville the
RULES: Space Represents : parishioner was overheard talking proudly announce 'age Nov. 10. He was burled al Santa -

The Scrambled Letters And Arrange Them To Spell The Firm's Name Exactly, Using'AlfThe about what good kids these chorus Thomas arrival Anthony of their Palko.son, He Kristopher was bornin Fe Cemetery on Nov IS with
members are to get up on a cold Sun- Father Edward Rooney conducting
Letter And Punctuation Marks'To Enter This Contest. The First Three Persons SubmittingThe day morning to go sing in a church Jacksonville on Oct. 28, weighing 7 services.
Correct Or 23 most had never been to and then for Ibs. 8 oz. and measured 20-1/8 inches. Parado 01 Ih' Kntrrlain
Nearest Correct Answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon On Monday, Nov. Will Be Paternal grandparents are Peter and
many of them to make the 11:00: ser Dr. Laura and Romeo Paradu and
Awarded Turkeys For Thanksgiving vice at their own church. Elaine Palko of Jacksonville, mater- family entertained members ol I ho
Orange juice, coffee, and plenty ol nal grandparents are Anthony and St. Edwards Catholic Youth
donuts were available in the Parish Evelyn Benckowsky of Hampton. Organization at a cookoul Saturday
Winners Will Be Notified By Noon Tuesday November 24J.AI.GHYERHOilCASYCtIENELC House for the singers after the ser- Paternal great-grandmothers are Dancing and games were enloyeal l
Fox of Massachusetts and
vice. Betty Mary during the evening.
And Don Hardy..You are a goodman Palko of Connecticut. Hampton ChrMljii
Recuperating Acudrm Honor Itoll
PPYROHSSYA .' Wallace Collins is home following Those attaining all A's at 11C A in
recent hospitalization at the Veterans VmuUi.
the last grading period were
Gospel Sing Set Hospital in Gainesville. Brown and Robert Contois. Those
Plnehlll Congregational Steven Earnest who is employedwith having all A's and B's were :Melodic
the Sheriff's Department ol Brown Mark Crawford and :MarlvJohnson. .
Methodist ChurchThe Jacksonville, has gone back to work. .

PNPYYPBENPDUSLCRRNCifAilQAUUAP WLLTQOTRA&SRMEIERVBLLOHWHIRMBDACEELIESOLTDO public is invited to a gospel sing while He recently playing suffered football serious with injury hisemployer's Sports Kirnis:
at the Pinehill Congregational I The HCA girls came in first place in
Methodist Church, 2 miles down team. volley ball competition with tin;sort;
Brownlee Road, past Vo-Tech Center Birthdays Central Conference They will compete
those
Among celebrating
in finals next week.: The girls( ;
Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7:30: p.m. November
birthdays are: Evelyn
Featured singers will be the Happy were victorious with 7 wins\ and IH>
Vaughan-Nov. 5,-Sarah Underwood.
"UPRESTEATTOTHOSAAA"SSEELEPIIDUNIAILMCBG.CNNITCIRAULNM Day Gospel Singers.- Josephine par- Billy Jordan, Gerald Brown, Sr., And losses.
The HCA boys ended in 2nd pl.icrin
ramore is pastor of the church. Shian Roberts. Mark Parado up
was 8on .
their Flag Io'cHlhall competition!
Nov.7. On Nov. Scott
Campen was 7
with 5 \wins and :3 losses.
United Pentecostal Church and Millie Galanos had a birthday.

204 N. Waters

PTFHCEOSOHFEI Pastor O. L. Wells
Community News IBy
Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday School, 7:30:
:'JP-rn. Evangelistic Service; Tuesday

ft n 9:00: ,a.m Ladies Prayer Meeting; Elizabeth_G, Walker members are asked to ul It-nil the
W IJ$1aY.,7:30.: p.m. ,Bible Study; '. Fellowship ol Church act %it) :too:,
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'RE.I.L.'EF&CYGII ....ly ....,' u'INIY"1 ill "\\do? lul" g.a n.... .. \'oll"'rnt'cJ t' '!lllwjllg'IIIWc"trl"'llmntfilYl' ,:....-..... { I"'U :..I--. "" -.n
, : ," '.... .,'Tmfaiflortaries 'The C flifiPor.l he .:tier o. '.\ii"M-h' !/.1tiAs' Church :
'I } :: < unary
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: :.";. ., t. < 4 first arrived J on thegmi -. 'cerhed Citizens of! Bradford County.: Prayer Meeting and Bible Study each
sion field October 1972. They have Inc. will be Monday Nov. 23rd in the Thursday, 7:00: p.m. I nuns Choir
just returned home after their second R.J.E. Cafeteria at 7JO: p m. All interested rehearses Saturday. Ii :'In pin Sunday .
PDON-NRCEGRPRERTOYLRHOEC01.U term. The Dukes live in the London citizens and members are invited School, IOUO a.in,. .Morning \\"i.
EEM8STHRYAATGURRRAPBORRACFNUDYAYDGRYELQPMPE area pastoring the High Wycombe to attend. Ship, 11:01): a,in. Choir I'mim. :I.IHIp ;
.ABYH20RSHEIIEITRHN1FNIOOYAYAOKSLE church. They have been reaching ('hunII11,!lait'f'W '': .m. The public is invited.Plousanl .
souls through a new. work in ;\; Bethel Baptist ('hun-h I (ire I'niteil' .MelhoilMliurch
,Newmarket. Prayer service is scheduled for each (' IIl1d11) : :Mori.ih I'mleil.Mvlhmlisl .
Wednesday 7:00: p,m. District 2 : Church, are united in a
Deacon Julus Royal leader is askingall Revival Nov. 16-20. Rev Knhmsnii
Civic Club members to meet in the annex ol
Worthington Irom' Speed{ vi He will preach nightly
Christmas Bazaar this Sat. the church Thursday. Nov. 19th. 8:00: The public is invited.The .
November 21, Reverend Simmons .
pin. Fellowship.or Churches .M-
is asking the Deacons and Sunday ::1:110: p.m. at Pleasant.oe
The Worthington Civic Club will Trustees to meet at 9:00 a.m. lor a United Methodist ('hurl'll.11. .
OaaQRFPARMDCUMM'RDEIi hold its 20th annual Christmas Bazaar work session. There will be a meeting :\ ZIOII.'hurt'h: : : |Reverend
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MDCCt1ECNEEEGNN'NI' ;L.lAe 1iS this Saturday (Nov, 21) from 9 a.m. to of the Deacons and Trustees at 2.00: C :Nickels. will begin the new i-on'

I::.... 4l' AASSXAAFEOOROMTE 6 p.m.at the Worthington CommunityCenter. p.m. Sunday School is at 10:00: a.m. !'t'n'ncl''ear Sunday with SumLixSihool
!.., '.' 'j and Morning Worship is at I 11:00: a.m. al 1U.H: ) a.m.. MorningVoi
ship. 11:00 a.m. and allenioon !ser

MCI4.00 .
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VTRLAAHNGSTfrENOAADDYNNEEEELCCCTR8S' .,'p V KR.CIBDUIJLSPPLFIIIII! (or"lIh'r11..... Chapel VM.I-:
:\ Church: Sunda>' Scholl 10:INI. a in .
...';11:.\11 f Ij.If' ,.' : .' ", LDRARCX011UNYSYSIANEii Rev It. J, Blame Presiding Elder ul
,; I : t .:"";" \\y' .i. the West Jacksonville I>Ioll.tt'lI III
'1 .... .. hold the tirst quarterly for the conIcrenee
I year al llixi: a.in. All
0' r 'f'LLDRRMIEEHUlnGCSS'8':' members i are asked to cooperate All
boards are asked to have written
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-p" vt reports.
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""- M "{ Greater llrlhlrhrm Freewill It.ifi-
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io list Church: The alll1l'l'rourIitill.It'cl

Monday. 11:1111: ) p.m. with Deacon. ,\. C
EEESSRATNOtkAl? IFEKOXUAZRUTSSRIMRAOSREYDORFBP Carter speaker. Prayer meet inn is
; "' 1 "' scheduled each Tuesday, 7-w:: pin
. Rev Willie Hampton ol ;\;l'W'ul'k Cit '
.'li.,; '. .,, L.; > preaching sei\fce. WednesdayFriday. .
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Saturday will terminate ill,'
Triple Choir Anniversary with I the annual

banquet, a six course steak din
RIVXAIETCOERASTDRASERftHSUMASMSABPWRPOSSOTFFNUO r! a .1-.
ner and a concert Tickets may' IK
purchased Irom any choir member
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The First Burn Church of The I.it-

._ ..: .'..e' 1"' '.,..J. ...... "fI1"'I .> 'J''._.\;..t 'i', :. inlC Gal 'Inc.; The General Assembly l lol
.l" :. the F.B.C. ol the L.U. i is being held
at the Mother Church in Wa>cross.
l RELCYlLRHSIOEEPOTCYAMJJY : LLIEEHTANAC.ROCRXGIRilAC ,. Ga. The assembly began on t hIt h ol
Nov and will end on the 22nd of ;Nov;
This assembly' only happens once'
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-- -- -- --- everyy four years and includes all ol

the First Born Churches everywhere
!: England, Bahamas British West!
ALEilinCI.LETC.E.RAP' Isles, ft CM.' Thursday: \' IWh! is
General Election Day fur positions to
SWN Sl'r\'l'tln the "Executive Board" and
to elect a "National Minister ol
Music" Sunday Nov 22nd will seethe

IlcEIlIIAnul.TSTB CFAU9BHXEAYHDTnSAERKY8ERMA&POHCYEPKH18flOT6B close ol this General Assembly
with the appointments or re-
I ... :.J i.. appointments of Pastors to the local
F.B. Churches. Local F..8. Churches
=For a truly fine diningtipcperience will not hold services' during this
NGPERO'AHJFSTSO period of time but will resume services
on -the first Sundav in
join us this December.


.1NRYSE81ELASEEIEWTTMTOSSASNEFW Thanksgiving' enjoyour Day Car Center
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EAT9HETMTSRE, .. '. .', : : ; IIIIEMUIIU'E"YSt. usual excellent CUbrat Hallow*n

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service and 'cuisine. Halloween is one of the most exciting -
fun-filled times of the year for

,"- ...'>" ,1. Special Turkey Dinner the little ghosts and goblins at Community -
'' \ ':' '' ,; : Day Care Center. Here.
'UL..SRHIl'SITESf'. adorned( in their colorful, ghostly
costumes Is a group of Day' Care
Mr. Mac'sFamily youngsters prepared by teachers
Carolyn Bright and Clarence
Williams to entertain and
parents
Style Restaurant friends at-their mini-carnival held in
SIJJCLIRTWLeS'TS Employees Of The Bradford Co. Telelraph Conwr the RJE Gym and Cafeteria on Friday
Hwy. 21D, 21B. Metros FL, evening. October 30th.
& Several delightful booths and
Relatives Not Eligible refreshment stands were provided to
give a carnival-like atmosphere in the
Day Caret


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Thanksgiving weekend is known for it's menu of football "They're a lot'bigger than we are but we've got the "1
(and turkey) but this weekend too local football wat- speed on anybody I think Padgett said of the game
4L chers van get a full diet of the gridiron game as Starke that should be a fine liftoff to the day. "We got the advantage 'f
;q _I plays host to the Tlmucuana Conference; Pop Warner we whipped them, they didn't whip us. And it's .:. I!
champIOnships 5 youth tackle games are slated for on our home field." I
Bradford High Stadium starting at 10 a.m. Saturday Of his team's habit of starting slow and finishing i
Nov. 21, with divisions winners from the National and strong, with four games being 6-0 at halftime and ;
American leagues playing off for overall Conference another at intermission, Padgett added, "We've got J
titles. to play first half to win I'm sure," And on his squad's
1 Two Starke teams will be In the running playing the chance to continue their unscored on string that has now
'A- i r AbtJ' bookend games of the day. Opening the day at 10 the reached games he said, "Orange Park didn't get inside I
unbeaten and unscored-on Bradford Cowboy Mitey the 30 last time but I'm sure they've improved. It'll be
Mites 7-0), the National champs go against American tough to shut out them"
winner Orange Park (7.1), which lost only to Bradfordthis -w::--:
year and also hasn't been scored on since that 6-O "
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defeat. And closing out the day, with a scheduled 6 p.m. -
starting time that may be pushed back a bit.the Cowboy
Midgets 7.1 overall and 5-0 In the league, take on Saturday's Football Slate
Orange Park ((3-2 in league) 10 a.m.Mitey. Mites, STARKE ((8-0) versus
In between it will be Orange Park Bears (7+2)) versus O. Park ((7-1)) ....-':
Bel-Med (43.2 at noon for the Jr Pee Wee title, Bel- 12 noonJr.. Pee Wees, O. Park (7-1-1)) ver-
Med ((5-3)) against unbeaten Middleburg ((9! -0) in the Pee "
yi Wee division at 2-00: and the Orange Park Bears (6-1-2) sus Bel-Med (4-3-2) g"f
and Orange Park Falcons (8-0-1) locking horns for Jr. 2 p.m.Pee; Wees, Middleburg ((9-0)) versus

-. -. P------- _._ Midget honors at 400. Bel-Med ((4-3) 1
i Local Pop Warner officials say chicken and rice dinners 4 p.m.Jr.. Q. Park
Midgets Falcons
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Hall Draws -0-1) :$
a Crowd in Youth Flag ';'ootball.., will be served starting at 11 p.m. at the stadium and O. Park
versus Bears
Just ask! Tommy Balkcom the Steeler Pictured the concession stand will be a full line of (6-1-2))
quarterback are, from left to right: Andy Smith Scott: open serving
IID look. off with the ball on this play in last Friday's Duncan Michael Huggins,llec Redmond, Chris Tucker refreshments. 6 p.m.- Midgets, STARKE ((6-0) versus O.
I'I Hues. Slcclers game. When you've got the ball in a Balkcom, John I.oper, and Kevin Boone who's snaring Starke Mitey Mite Coach Ronnie Padgett is par- Park ( )
," .ii he Krc Depl. Youth Flag| Football game you better the flag. ticularly eager for his club's rematch with Orange Park ,
kprtl !some attention. since the rival coaches have promised to get revenge. (32)K



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Each Eckerd Pharmacist a highly-trained professional,who's going to make sure
'ri>,n Buc beat the Steelers two you completely satisfied' Every month he takes an accredited continuing education .
.(n i ,ight: days .- 'first Monday to course so that he's aware of the newest developments In drugs.Additionally,he .
tli! Idllll'k) the season standings and
(hen Tuesday in a special playoff .
;,IIIK -- to win the Starke Rec. .I
OoDdilment youth flag football
t re.ague for 7-10 year olds :

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Hold the Hues and Steelers ended
up l he regular season with 8-6 records
J,hile the Hams and Cowboys tied forthll.fI I i
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third I, | Tuesday the Rams won that I
hOl1OI with a 26-6 victor -

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I hi ,a)' to the championship with TD J 1m )ii' m."w,wrwMYUV rg w2 per *.. I
rui, ol 14 and 12 yards in the first half :: ,
1n'lhe' 1 Hue' defense limited the losers
i .nl> an 8 yard TD pass from Tom- ,Im.ca rLUh I.
>n Balkcom to Marvin Lane in the -J II
-r,>ring column. I I _

1)11 Duncan tacked on a 19 yard AY
'on. 'hdiiun run for the winners and
Dnnnit' Francis put the icing on the CEPACOL RAVE VICKS ROLAIDS PEPSI I
.:ak.Ith an extra point run and ain MOUTHWASH or FIDDLE a'r
'- ml salety. I HAIR SPRAY COUGHDROPS ANTACID TABLETS. DIET PEPSI FADDLE 3gvT
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ltd mi 2b-('o"ooys ti > 18-OUNCE *fflH 29 7-OUNCE 1 09Sale BAG OF 23 6geReGul.r'S' 31/ : 2-LITER 09 7-OUNCE .. ,
i h. Sale Priced ... . ROLL 6.gc 1 ,1 .'
i Hams scored 13 points in each Priced .. .. ... OF "OLl .. 5
hall \ Hh balanced scoring to take the Prlcereflects 30 off label. Aerosol spray. Choice of Reg- Extra 12 PACK- toPriced ....,,,, Regular/ ..<. .. "f' leJ1'Ja;
,' strong extra refreshing Relieves upset stomach.
I tin place Limit 1 Non-returnable plastic bottle.
playoff game. ular Popcorn Peanuts
or Extra-Hold. Limit 1 cough drops witftcafidyi.
/ Limit 1 ,bi, Limit 2 A4 \.
HIM, Redmond Marvin Lane and 'V".e" ..t.tm1t:2"'J: : (' :t YJi: _..u_.___
AMII<'\ Alday ran for touchdowns for II
,hi\ winners and Wayne Patrick hauled T008
'n a 10( Yard pass Irom Scott Johns OIHBA I
fro 'the other Ram tally. I BUY THE LARGE SIZE & SAVE 1 I TOR9 I
\ 25 I
yard run by Cam Ward ac- AAPRIFACIAL JEAN:NATE)!
(:1Il111l'tlor! \ the Cowboys points JHIRMACKSHAMPOO n I
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Hut JN-.Steelers U: IIIII8I yurroo 2-OUNCSJ j q e-oz.R.t.L50 I
varrt')omw for TD's Francis, Michael scrambled Huggins 27 and car 7
rii-d in interception back 47 yards for WHEATAVIMS* TREATSWITH Choice of 3 T-' For a fresh "* f ONRAT -
.1 -' Ire, and Kevin Boone hit pay-dirt OTTLCOF1SO types. Limit 1 healthy looking Delicately scented J
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Iron( :J0! )ards out as the Bucs stopped R.gul 10.50 .. {Jj BOTTLE OF 100Fruitflavored 369Regul.,4.2S face. Limit 1.ASCRIPTIII. complexion-. I R3WIl3ulow Nrw .
the tellers Monday I ; ; ..... care. Limit 1 + p.1.SO.1N
the Slcelers lost a 128 halftime Vltamln/mineralsupple- multi- ri Rri
lead alter jumping on top with a pair ment with wheat germ. vitamin supplement ,

ol imihdown. runs covering 36 and 22 -- ,, r
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H'I'II' l by Tommy Balkcom. :TRIAM1NICEXPECTORANT I od
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KJIIIH 1-0\\00)56: }4roz.". BOTTLE OF 100 ....,-- 'Q Q RE'J'S, !"S:; r..
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hall is! the Ham defense allowed TD 400 I U.BOTTLE. 18a J69 l I
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tins l hy Wane Patrick ( 10 yards) and I Or 200 6 BOTTLE OF 200 C99Rgul 1..1..01I II.I.' 0.D0'Tt C
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Jimmy! Langley US yards) stand up Regular*tValuable 974 ... V Decongestant& Aspirin with --O'f'III, niT -,
for I the victory supplement. High potency vitamin& expectorant formula Maalox added/ mss, 0:' ,
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Tim Lewis tallied the Cowboys only I mineral tablet Limit 1 Limit 1 r .JZr' y SUCRETS LOZENGES ,

pointon a 9 yard jaunt while Benme I _, 1 PACK :l4 U ,
Jackson had a conversion run for the ,ua.. Fortemporaryrehefof .
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.. 129 .
winnersThursday .. minor throat I
I VITAMIN C BRONCHIALSYRUPDM Limit 1 irritations. ... Ir

\o". |12Steelers : 500 MOBOTTLE 10 N1.OUNCE
37-Cowboys 31 oRa539 yI11MRpula : ij I
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Thi'' game wasn't hurting for action Necessary vitamin that 03
with he( dillerence being a 10 yard you need dally Cough suppressant& ELECTRIC NORELCO I
run l b v' Kevin Boone that won it in a second expectorant formula. TOOTHBRUSH CURLING BRUSH "t.. 0x0er (

Tom overtime ni)' Balkcom for the of Steelers.the winners :lED .. No.KT-1Sog i1 W"n4 .24." .WITH..., .CINiclAl....12."115..7.Orr.IM '.;:. "'".'ltlI" '!. tI

scored 4 TD's on runs of 40, 12. 10,and : E Curls,styles,straightens I, .
:J yards and Boone added in a 35 yard i C 19" & waves hair. KODAK -al f
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tally and his game-winner For the : ; CREAM :.M.':= ....""... 9" EKTRA i1ii loft t
Cowboys Tim Leiws hit paydirt on : BOTTUI OF 100 .349 Mux.C 4-OUNCE O"l 9 Circular brush- L. .Men.e.. ;...ft.2..' CAMERA
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scampers of IS, 10, and 5 yards; Randy : RoguUrS.99 Riq.r2.11i...,,.. PIN.L000T ..

jaunt Milton and added Cam Ward a 32 yard ran 6 touchdown yards for :: you High need strength it every vitamin day. For arthritis muscle poaiodi aches 4 6 ';' brulh.heads.. .IRM1.ors ............ -tt Bo OUTFIT-,14.1'S.we TOO
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Florida Gator fans get to hear Charley Pell every Sun- Herb Herres the Country Club (064-5441) early Thurs- Tornadoes have just one more
day on the UF football highlight show. Tonight the local day. Seats not use< Gator buffs of the Starke Gator Quarterback Club will the public. Cost is $7.50. winless football season but nothingeasy's
get a different vlewpomt-one from PeU's better half Ward, a former Kentucky state beauty pageant winner in store Lh the BHS foe is Mid, QUICK FACTS
.- his wife Ward PelJ. who's still active in that line of entertainment, is dleburg's Broncos ivi Middleburg.The Game Site; Bronco Stadium, Middleburg (SR 227); kickoff 8 pm.
Thursday night' Nov 19, Mrs. Pell will speak to the also up on her football. She's a charter member of the second-year Broncos are 7-2 in Season Records: Tornadoes 0-9 with losses to Baker Co. (7-13)),
QB clubbers and their ladies, and members of the public Florida Goal-liners, a ladles football organization in their first season of varsity football on Palatka ((0-55), Santa Fe 1019St.) Augustine (6-16)), Gainesville
who can get tickets, at a steak dinner sitdown affair at Gainesville, and is regarded as an entertaining banquet the class 3A level, with the only lossesto ((0-28)), North Marion ((15-41), Buchholz (0-34)), Live Oak (0-25), and
the Starke Golf & Country Club. For reservations call headliner second-ranked Palatka (38-0) and Eastside: (0-6)). Middleburg 6-2 with wins over West Nassau (23-0)( ,
sixth-ranked class 2A power Morn Seabreeze (14-12)( Bishop Kenny ((21-6)), New Smyrna Beach ((14-7)),
ticfcllo (22-d( last week. And in a move Clay (15-0), St. Augustine ((2413and Hastings (21-12), and lossesto
that could have lost BUS a slight edge Palatka ((0-38) and Monticello-Jefferson Co. (6-22).
II Charley Will Head QB Club's'End-of- Bash I the Broncos turned down a Jackson- Series History: This is the first in what is projected as a long and
t ville Meninank Bowl bid earlier this fine friendly rivalry between the two neighboring schools. It's just
week, meaning there's no chance the Middleburg's second year of existence but already the new Clay
The Starke QB Club will again have the"Bull Gator", Those interested are urged to purchase tickets early, hosts will be looking past Bradford to County school is bigger in enrollment than Bradford's.
Head Coach Charley Pell at its annual season-closing with members getting first priority. Tickets are a more highly-regarded bowl opponent
banquet Thursday night, Feb. 18. available at Jessie's Lounge (US-301) and the Chamberof .
I The banquet is set for the week after the recruiting Commerce for $10 each. Plans are for the banquet tosta.t After playing a mixed JV and 2A
campaign and members are anticipating. the full scoopon at 6 p.m. with cocktail hour with the steak dinner to schedule last year the Broncos came
Gator signings from Pell. follow. back this year with a stable of seniors
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''i .f' '' AH teams should have a represen- have junior tackle Kenny Wright back r 4l
J W"f $.. ,/ <,.#: Ii : tative at the meeting, where league from the injured list Schoening's
.: : \ ;, rules schedule etc will be discussed family is going out of town this week
\\3 5'i'u'p"! :' .' ''I : ,\a."i.: : ... I I1 I with play starting in January. while Eastside.Shannon suffered broken ribs ml J.I'
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|ftir a, shloned terry lining.
.13"i29".......1.... 13.8.. Suede-like sole. did Last a little Friday bit of night everthing Thomas and literally for his
I efforts is the Tornado of the Week.
tt / Brian made 4 tackles and had 3 :.t 1
OPEN DAILY 9 to 9. SUNDAY 10 to 7. Sale Prices good thru Sat. Nov. 21 st assists in winning the Defensive Backof
R.gul.. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES P the Week award, recovered one I ItIt
Eastside fumble, blocked Ram field
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punted 8 times for a 33.75 yard
WEE WONDERFUL I Bradford Square average, the best Tornado punting of .J
( ,WATERFULS the season.
Winners of the coaches awards this
With 9S..a.nBall. WI:! :. ,I
1' .sent Into pouchesby week were Bruce Rehberg and Billy I
I .water current. 301 South Starke Shannon' sharing Defensive Line ,l
.t. Florida honors and Thomas as Defensive ..
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Mite ll 'ast 1V d.dl b 6-q.

,: I IJRowderi'r UnooatenMitey 9> g ; 1U
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:v. lJ"' The Cowboy Mitey Mites had little- Gerald Bradham and Gait Hampton Chuck Morrow 10 for the winners. The Fernandina already and with a win In

", \' trouble scoring Middleburg last the local 7-8 year olds recorded. their offensive line played a big part in thai Saturday's. league playoffs will also!

Lined Fes'' .iti Colli"gs week tallying 4 touchdowns and eighth straight shutout 266 yards rushing (to go with 65 passing qualify for the Timicuana Con>:
Up. having 2 others called back-but they Offensively the Cowboy Mltey yards on two Hampton to Wiggins Terence bowl day Dec. 5 in Green1Cove

did have some difficulty keeping the Mites were again led by speedburner tosses) with Ricky Whitaker Andy against a Savannah or mid I.:..
e hosts out of the endzone to keep their Lance Wiggins who bolted free for 4 Goodowns and Chris Noegel ail I I doinga Florida team.

unscored-on streak intact."I touchdowns 3 on the ground COVering fine job to go with battering-ram The Pee Wees of Bradford have

For Banquet thought they were going to tear 60, 27, and 6 yards and anotheron work of Nichols, who Coach Padgett signed to flay in the Blue Bowl. to bo-

Sports EditorFlorida us up on their first drive," Cowboy a 35 yard halfback pass from Gall Calls "the best blocking. fullback I've played a Normandy Athletlej
ever sty Association's ballpark on NormandyBlvd. :
coach Mitey Mite said of Middleburg. Hampton.
.. .. .. But the Bradford defense toughenedand Wiggins totaled 126 yards rushing the weekend of Nov. 27-29. 11*'

behind the tackling of Bo Mersey Hampton added 70, Shawn Nichols Bowl Invitations Cowboys will play at 1 p.m. Sunday
Gerald Bradham 20 and Nov. 29, against a Jacksonville area
Clarence Williams Jimmy Childers had 30, ,
Slate football coach Bobby Bowden is slated to be the guest speaker Being Passed Out team. *>]

for the Tornado football banquet this year. Just as in college football bowl talkis Dradord'a'unbeaten Mltey Mite?*

The annual chicken dinner banquet sponsored again by the All Sports Club, Rams Tornadoes Winlessmore big in Pop Warner circles these are ineligible for bowl competition'

is set for January 28 at Starke Elementary. Keep days. Bradford teams are lined up for against outside teams because of Poi

Bobby ought to have some interesting thoughts on the Tornadoes winlessyear at least 3 bowl encounters.The Warner rules governing the youngest;:'
since he suffered through the same in before putting the Seminole program coached with':
( from pg. 13A) stand," said Defensive CoordinatorMike Cowboy Midgets by players but are set for a rematch
on the rebound... Sexton. "Rehberg and Shannonhad Ronnie Thomas are lined up to play in Orange Park at the Conference's bowl,'

night had been one of frustration for fine efforts, Chuck Williams the Shrimp Bowl Saturday Nov.28,InLEGAL day Dee 3: in Green Cove. '"'
,.Speaking of college football it's a commentary on the politics of bowl the hosts with EHS Coach Craig well and Melvin Randells had
games when a team as fine as Southern Mississippi has to settle for the Swicke saying afterwards, "It looked played and
all the at noscguard
which to be the best available choice for the club to go way
Tangerine Bowl appears like they were just waiting on us to responded well with( 4 tackles to his
that has whipped FSU and Mississippi St, and tied Alabama. Nowadays. the make mistakes and we did." NOTICE
big names, not the big records, get the bowl bids... Tornado Coach David Hurse concurred credit).
also a thanks to.
Sexton gave Notice is
hereby given that, the 1981]
"That's exactly right, he Thomas for his punting. "He got off
...Warney Adklnson says FSU was confused Saturday against Southern said. "We weren't going to put the some good kicks and it's amazing how certified Tax Rolls have been deliveredby

Miss... "They were playing touch" Warn ey noticed... ball up and chance interceptionswhen much that helped us," he noted. "We
we thought we had a shot at getting didn't have to play with our backs to the Property Appraiser to the Tax

...The decider in District 5-AAA football is tonight Thursday Nov. 19, with it into overtime and winning on a the wall all the time." Collector. Tax Rolls are for collection -
loop leader fS (9-0, 4-0) trying to hold off Alachua Santa Fe (8-1. 3-1) In a field goal." open

Florida Field encounter kicking off at 8 p.m. During the game Eastside drove sion Offensively in Eastside Bradford's territory only came posses-when for all Real Estate. Tangible and

Defending state champ Gainesville US ((7-2, 3-1)), which whipped Santa Fe the ball 60 yards to the Tornado 1-foot Thomas recovered Ram fumble at Railroad taxes for Bradford .
17-8 but lost to Buchholz 21-0,is waiting in the wings, hoping for a Santa Fe victory line but was shoved back by a holding midfield on the first a play of the third County,

penalty and couldn't get in on three Fullback Luke SJRD Starke. Lawtey Hampton and
Randy pushed
If the Bobcats win they take the outright title, their first district champion downs quarter.
the had
from six, a field goal
the ball down to the 34 with a couple Brooker of Nov. 20th
as in the office of
ship. If the Raiders win it creates a three-way logjam. That's when the year- try blocked by Brian Thomas with
but BHS halted
old tiebreaker known as the 'National Federation' tiebreaker comes in with Mark Crews also applying pressure, of good runs was the Tax Collector. Bradford County
there.
all three teams meeting on one field on the Monday after the close of the and saw a 35 yard field goal attemptsail ..,..Id. .
regular season. They play the tiebreakers just as If deciding a tie ballgame, wide and low. The miss came 5 Irieford first downs 10 Courthouse Starke. Fl. 'Telephone:

flip coins around and put two teams out there with the ball on the ten yard line. after the Rams reached the BHS 12 3721 ruehee-yds. 33-14 964-6280 Office Hours:8:00 to 6:00 Mon
The winner plays the third team for the District championship... but were pushed backwards by 'a 24 pass yds. 101
19-0. cmpl-palsee-Inl 4-8-0 day thru Friday holidays.
except legal
charge led by Bruce Rehberg, who 8.32 I punls-sve F3/.S

..BHS may be 0-9 on the football field but fans of the Tornado marchingband was in on 13 tackles, and Billy Shan J-I fumbles-lost 10-90 2-2

boast that they've won most of the halftimes... non broken, who ribs.Defense had. 5 before leaving with 3-JS pen.-ds. If taxes paid:

Ioodl.'uel.<....for SHS
...Brighter days may be on the horizon for Bradford High JV basketball. surbine Randy Luke 21-x9. Brian Thomas 9-4
Junior Varsity cage coach Rick Stevens welcomed 23 prospective players to Applauded AgainThe John Thompson s-i-39) November
20 thru Dec. 19 4
tryouts last week and said the skill level is way up from the last coople of Tornado defense was again P..iins, Thompson 3-9-0,36 yards. % Discount
,
R c.l.intJeff Belcher 2-30 Blaine Dy.II-6.
years. given credit for playing a solid T..h''..- Bruce Rehberg 7 solos-4 assists-13. fatal). December 20 thru Dec. 31 3% Discount
Unfortunately the varsity prospective isn't as bright at this point. Veteran ballgame."We Brian Thomas "'-3-7. Billy Shannon &O-9, Melvin
mentor Mike Sexton is not only short on numbers but has already seen 3 probable were well-pleased with the Randles and Jimmy Schoenlng 4-, Kevin Samp January 2% Discount
starters disappear from the lineup: junior talent Emmett Watkins is out son 3-04. Mark Crews a+3. Berry Reddish and
February
defense especially with that goal line Kenny Bright 2-O-2. l fc Discount
for the year with a football injury, foot, 5-inch postman Ben Tankard has March
moved to Tallahassee, and guard Eddie Winkler has opted to concentrate on :No Discount

tennis to try to win a net scholarship... April Penalty'

20D 1 RewardFor .
..The varsity girl roundballers under coach Gayle Lee can hope for as goodor ,

better than last year, what with the school's record-holding scoring information leading to the arrest and convictionof .' ..
machine Hope Jackson and center Tracy llankerson leading the returnees...
persons( ) who cut and removed approx. 25 Oak Esther S, Hall

...Same for the BHS wrestlers under coach Cole Childers can't
goes they trees on the property across from Highland,, Fire Tax Collector
help but be better as most everybody's back, including senior Billy Green and
the guy who with continued hard work should be the next great Tornado Tower, U.S. 301 N.Contact. Bradford County.It .

wrestler Michael McDuffJe...

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Florida 32091 sole name and address of the Court on or before the dlcote the boils lor'th. PAMELA A. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Conference Room 1441 Interested persons a
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL owner doing business creditor or his agent or 14th day of December clo!im.: the nom. and address SCHNEIDER. Esquire REGISTER NW 6th Street.'Building voice In decisions affecting

CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR under the firm nom. of attorney, and the AD. 1981. If you fail to of the creator or. P.O. Box 1260., FICTITIOUS NAME "A", Gainesville the delivery of com-
BRADFORD COUNTY ASHMUR PUBLISHERS. amount claimed. If the do '0., a Default'Judg-''' rH! tIg.nt; or ottorneV/iii' 1, Gainesville, Ptorrda Pursuant' Section Florida beginning at7' o. munlty .mental...health
FLORIDA' Woodland Acres Route claim in not yet duo the .ment *,,,1" .A* 'ok' fl on the amount fllpi"'<8d.. 32602, tTelephone' f>65.09, Florida Statutes., PM.'on' "November 93 and '''substance abuse
4, Box '1487, Starke. dare wh.n It will become '"aaoJmW. you'for We'relfM-P.'RTft e4laim"Irrpofvyeft\ ,;>, 4 n378-2541r: ,. ..,*"..,.....(tI.-- notice Is1 hereby given I Ml..The'pur". _e*rKi< -9+HlerbktMq bTJMvnRslrittBoard ..
CASE NO. 81-389CA Florida 32091. intends to due shall be stated. If demanded in the Peti du., the datevvtysw" ,jl,. First i published 'on: that the undersigned, hearing is .to>create:,,a is a cisia.n( group
register said ficitious the claim is contingent or tion. wl.U( become dues hall b. Nov. 9, 1981. RICHARD DEESE. Rt. I I. forum for private responsible for a IS

IN RE: Th. Marriage of name under the unliquidated the nature Dated at Starke, Brad stated.: NTthe' claim Is 11/127/chg11/19 Box 62B. LAWTEY. citizens, elected officials county ar.o. and needs
RUSSELL DEAN SUMP aforesaid statute.Dated of the uncertainty shall ford County, Florida this contingent or unliquidated. : FLORIDA 32058. sole consumer of service the Input of any and all
TER this 29th day be stated. If the claim' is 9th day of November $h. nature of owner, doing business or others to persons }interested In Irs
.secured th. the shall be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO under the firm of the of planning and coordinating
enhance
husband and October, A.D.. 1981 in security A.D., 1981. uncertainty nom. exchange
LULA MINTON SUMP Bradford County shall be described. Th. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT stated. the: claim Is REGISTER UNION REFRIGERATION Information and give all role.
TER. 10/79ltnd 11/19 claimant shall deliver COURTBy secured. the security{ FICITIOUS NAME Rt 1. Box 62B, LAWTEY 11/192tchg'1/25

Wife., sufficient copies of the : Faye Wht.hftod shall b. described Th. Pursuant to Section FLORIDA 32058. Intends .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO claim to the clerk to Deputy Clerk claimant shall deliver 865.09 Florida Statutes, to rogislersoid fictitious

NOTICE OF ACTION REGISTER enable the clerk to moil 11/l24tchg12/03 sufficient copies of the notice Is hereby giv.n nom. under the A pound of coffee makes': about'! -4'Q cup. ..1Cxi
TO' LULA MINTON FICITIOUS NAME one copy to each personal claim to 'the clerk'' to that the undersigned aforesaid statute. syotq
SUMPTER Pursuant to Section representative. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT enable the clerk to moll OSCAR AND GLADYS Doted this 19th day of

Residence, Unknown 865.09, Florida Statutes,, All persons interested FOR UNION COUNTY one copy ;;to each personal CARTER. RT. 1. BOX 408 November; A.D. 1981 In 1
notice is h.r.by giv.n in the estate to whom a FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION representative.All LAWTEY, FLORIDA Bradford County. THE0lcFlCB/
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the undersigned 32058. joint owners; doing
copy of this Notice of Ad CLAIMS AND 11/194tpd 12/10 n
that an action for James and Elolse Starl FILE NO. 8I.171.CP business under Ih.
ministration has been DEMANDS NOT SO FILED 1 '
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dissolution of marriage Ins PO. Box 356 mailed are required IN RE: ESTATE OF WILL BE FOREVER BARRED firm name of CARTER'ST.V. ,. NOTICE SH pyer r
has been filed, and you Starke, Florida. loinown.rs / WITHIN THREE MONTHS ELSIE VIRGINIA HAR- '\ SERVICE: West of OFf UBLIC HEARING raw' r I k ,
or. required to serve a doing business DIN Lawtey 4/5 mile, on. blstrict
FROM THE DATE OF THE Doted the 19lh day of The III Mental
copy of your written under the /firm name 01Korn. FIRST PUBLICATION OF Deceased. October 1981 SR-275,, Lowtey Florida, Health Board Inc. will e..erw i sJ111 ni t
defenses, If any to it on ., Fashions, 100 THIS NOTICE to file NOTICE TOCREDITORS 32058, Intends to hold a public hearing A n, od of a
Petitioner's attorney West Call any register said fictitious '' ,,,,u,,,,,, ,
St. Starke, objections th.y may Rosalie, June Bridges, the District Board Office bbs m na
whose nom. and address Florida 32091 Intends to have that challenges the TO ALL PERSONS HAVING As Penonal Representative name under the iEttfklr

Is MYRON C. register said fictitious validity' of the decedent'swill CLAIMS OR of the Estate ofColeman aforesaid statute. uJtre- .. ,6tt ''q 'ii" JP'ra 1" ......d..I .79nW0
PREVATT, JR., P.O. name under the qualifications of DEMANDS AGAINST THE Logan' Hardin Dated this 16th day of ,' ,,', "ro rt. Ion( J>9isor| .biaa .bnsl
Drawer 790. Keystone aforesaid/ statute. the ABOVE ESTATE: Deceased Sole November. A.D. 1981 In .,>t, .<-.Ta-b ,, .
personal
,1't.10 no,8nolrtbrualqto
representative
Heights Fio. 32656. Doted this 12th day of or the venue or Within three monthstom Beneficiary of ELSIE Bradford County. .' 1 :\ \ t. ,)m'.SvN '<1 odrq

473-4993 Telephone, before((904)20) Nov. 1981. in Bradford jurisdiction of the court. / the time of the first 'VIRGINIA HARDIN 11/19 4tchg 12/10 f 1,1, ilU n Id) w. v. ,:ii4n9.d dJ..T'ir.! Dsleoq 10
on or County Florida publication of this notice deceased. ,
ALL CLAIMS oaf
Nqt, Opt Servl ;
days from th. dot. of .nollilloq rfiui
,
11 I7ltchg 12/03 you or. required to file,' 1 'I
DEMANDS AND
OBJEC \
of this .'tl| f. ,
first publication \1 erf -bi "' ttrlJ molt .ld99iJoa,
with th.
clerk
of the Circuit .
TIONS
NOT SO FILED ::1'/
notice, and file the .'lm'l, I i bill' baa iuaol9H9Experienced
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT WILL BE FOREVER BAR Court of Union County : ? *
ERFI ,''
original with the clerk of FOR BRADFORD COUN RED Florida. Probate Division i. ; Older-NOm.yvBhy! R1tlJalbOtMtfruNyr' t

this court either before TY. FLORIDA. PROBATE Date of the first the address of '., FAULKNER room'w/flreploee. First;jllme on the,tnmkMttetilbiBOgs .

service on Pefilion.rsonorn.y DIVISIONIN publication of the Noticeof which it 55 Wen Main s.Street. .iscepe the madding crowd\ tothiS.mpsontekRUAlrOAt., | .

thereafter or otherwise Imm.diat.ly RE: ESTATE OF Administration: Lake Butler ',. REAL TY ,It comes with mobile. hew, '1'0-1.slle,..""'J beo lf Ml

will; entered ojudgment JENNIE WAGNER November 12. 1981 Florida 32054, a written vlew..H7.000. \t-r: ?,,,
BIGHAM Deceas statement of any claim With confidence we offer.9 Br's.lVi:, .betltsequlPle4" tijt-
t
for th. relief demandedin
the petition. .d. Wlllaim E. (Bill) or d.mand you may have .v4 ? !1S- --.D. ,[[9| j hen., newly pointed, ., very .nlce.$33SOO. ,tubl'iJod

WITNESS my hand and NOTICE OfADMINISTRATION Bighorn Jr., As PersonalRepresentative against the estate' of Ana t .Dolt-YoursdF2 BR home en,1 I ecre..,.Just ,for.the.:.bandymen.IO.OOO. ,-

seal of/ this Court October of the ELSIE VIRGINIA HARDIN, .,
on .
28. 1981. TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Estate of Jennie Wagner deceased. '.. < I .1). ,: "I"L lOIt .' Simply,staled, w. I\':'. 2,W tome i,)In Starke.'. Buy'both. ,far'
CLAIMS Each claim be W '
OR Bighorn deceased. must .
Gilbert S. Brown .... .JI.' <*9"l< '
.
DEMANDS and .' 221 Lot., St.Across from Wishbone i ""Ml
Clerk of the Court AGAINST THE ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL writing must in- OFFICI' HOURSiMondey J ",Country. fresh Air,.*, rrrporn., paved roads, 2 acres of
By Beulah Moody ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL REPRESENTATIVE Bradford C..'. .best...$13.(00.
OTHER PERSONS .Friday f I 9. 12
INTERESTED : George H. Saturday noontffCIAl .
Deputy Clerk 'j1 i $5,909\ .Q'I"'". belence ef fU.JOO at 12% for IS yeers.Payments .
!
IN THE
ESTATE Pierce, '
: P.O. Drawer
11 SOS 112&NOTICE this be
"tchg on 2 BR home will |ust.74.03..
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the administration 32091.1020 Starke. Florida R.OIIMI !Yov'll like,. whet you ._. Fresh paint new carpet 3 BR, 1A .
OF Telephone if home with owner .. .......S27.SOO.Intredtwlng .
of the 964 5701.
INTENTIONTO REGISTER estate of JENNIE ," \ r *.. "'I.' ww'Phono .' this 3 Sir. ,.' I'''' BA family home In eicellent
,
'' ., :' condltlen.$28.MO.
WAGNER BIGHAM 11 12 11,19
FICTITIOUS 21chg 964-7700
.:,, ?I .Step Up .In Quality-Private'office,
NAME deceased, Is p.nding in IN THE CIRCUIT COURI 393 N. Temple Avonu* dining ream family
the Circuit Court for OF FLORIDA EIGHTH :, ;, w room 3 '1. i! BA.e2.MO/

NOTICE IS HEREBY Bradford County JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN FOR!AH' .Beautiful Stone Fireplace complimenting the huge greet
Florida. Probate Division : ream In this 3 BR, 2'j BA h." ..Has
GIVEN that the undersleMd AND FOR BRADFORD i *Beautiful' landscaped |lust about everything
the address of : y'' gitE6Q Including .beautiful cres.$8.SOO.
desiring to COUNTY.FLORIDA. Yerd-21R, 2 BA brick 1 1i I
which is Bradford County Klngsley Lake. for 'round fun-4 Lrg.l
engage In business CASE NO 81-507 home, $24,000 Cowl te yeer I.. 2 BA.
under the fictitious name Courthouse, .Stark.. NOTICE OFINTENTION, 'covered. deck lal.<.. .....3pia00.
DIVISION Civil Assumeble 10 Mortgage.
Florida 32091.: : ,
of ACME HARDWARE The IN RE: The Marriage of i
personalrepresentative TO REGISTER
AND BUILDERS SUPPLY WAYNE E. REEVES. *4 Bedroom Heme-Cewld ASSOCIAESi.rry .
ol Ih.
at 301 E. Call St.. Start... estate is WILLIAM E. Husband FICTITIOUSN hove business, at this location A.Gelnes, -7S2-3VM Key C.Weters-964-if
Florida Intends to and ? ,! 'I Linda. W. Jahn4M Bobby T. SmlthM474f4Illeen .
(BILL) BIGHAM. JR with 200' frontage onus
the said .j; !'''''
name Stanley 47 J-3041
register DOROTHY 1. REEVES Ann W. Gedwln44MStPetsy '
whose address is RFD8roo".r. ri' -2o1. I
'
with the Clerk of the Circuit Wife, Pursuant tlon;; lowson-f44-427 Mermen Heddlna64S4e.,
.Florida' 32622 865.09 Flor : *1 Bedroom Freme Hemei:
Court of Bradford NOTICE OF ACTION W. Clerk
hlUp ,R1ALTOR
Florida. Th. nom.and address of notice Is 't05t with 2 ecres el leM.O... I
.
County. TO. WAYNE E. REEVES .t
' Dated this 05th day of the personal' representatives Rt. 1 I. Box 325. Opp that the. "n..CITIZENS your own vegetables
Novemberr. A.D. 1901, attorney are set Alabama 36467. CONCERNED *Garage Business for Bolo. )

In Bradford County. forth below. YOU ARE HEREBY for OEVELOPMENTALLV with' equipment. ceU.. few.

Florldo. All persons; having NOTIFIED that a Petition DISABILITIES. INC.. P, O. details. ''/ % ASS MABLE MORTGAGEon 2I.
claims or demands Bon 98. Raiford. Florida. *2 Badreem wttfcostumable
Treller
1. Toole, ,
/s/Georglo for Dissolution' of Mar
this hr. bedroom home C.ntral
the estate or. sole doIng spacious t .
OwMr agamtt "og. has been files, 32063. owners _.....*.
ll/034tehg 11/27 required WITHIN THREE against you. and lliai/ business under the *J Bedroom Trailer taro toot/air. Largo shady, foncod) yard. NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES. REALTOR

MONTHS FROM THEDATE you ore required to firm name of INDUSTRIAL land with leke. eccee*. REPLACE.( Owns has low ult,. Call toon. i'SWm1"
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF THE FIRST serve a copy of yourResponse COMPLEX of RAI *I Acre with...... elotfrU. U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 864-5231
REGISTER PUBLICATION OF THIS FORD P. O. Son 368.
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE to file with the or Pleading Raiford. Florida. 32O83. pole end septle'1Mk. > W. have ovoral rental units available. .
I he Petition the S72SO.OO.
upon Owner w4U. ABMm.rtf.fe
clerk of the above court Petitioner's attorney Intends" to register.said with ? Offlco Spaco Hw,"301 .. Utilities Included.: AMIIUCA'SI
of ; enpleoewnpey ,
Pursuant to Section a written- ,statement William R. Burwell, P.O, flcticlous name under -
any claim or demand the aforesaid statute. --. 1 Property Management ServicesSvsen TOPOl' .
865.09. Florida Statutes, Bar 1260, Gainesville
notice I I. hereby they may have, Eachdorm Doted this 19th day ofNov..tHw. IveningsiPteeseCsHVeraleOoom.Brefcer Approlsols, MOlanl
given Florida 32602 and /Me' ,CII 1MY.21
that the undersigned must be in writing, the A.D., 1981 M. rWkner-MAlTOt-t44-
original Response
and must indicate, the o* In Bradford County. ORIPheMf6laqt Irene L. hv"_.RUUiOR-ASSOCIATI-964E112 Prniurv 31 Ne.1. CelarCapraerr.r tnwaie
Aft "Doc' Miller Route Pleading in the attics of .... ........... the NAP'
YM OWrdnr-n..r. (
basis for' the claim. the 111194tchq 12/10 .......11,.Assort** Lucille fpry-BRORER MLISRMN-961.8120 ( 2t M..IIII.III..r: ....''. U.S.A.
4, ,Box, 1487 Starke.v the Clerk of the GnurrI EACH OPFICE> INDIPI.NDEl'fTL: : Y

.- ,. l AND OPERATED. C<|UrhiuslnK Opportunity taPace > .
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November 19.1981 TELEGRAPH Page ISA

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Turkey Tennis Finals are Saturday ": ; '..... 'i ',. ,, ,'"; "., 'J/ ,'J",,' r \. XCountrySquadsEJJd
/ :
'i'
': ?"Ikt't., .' '"" ,, .:, "J ';; ,
I
,The 1st annual Starke : <, ,':i! .; ,a 4 (,
Turkey Tennis quarters. The other semi matched .....,,.." ..Sc.rti .'
Tourney this Mm' Bbixlmi IM nmd- Archie KlUlM del. "
wraps up Saturday ."
Nov. 21, with the Craig Sapp the top BHS player last Emerson Lotitsf,s-4; Eddie Winkler del. Davie
championship matches year and a 6-1,6-4 quarterfinal winner Capper s-s, 6-1; Jack ROM def. Mike McfUe s4.I .
in all 4 divisions set for that dayat over John Samons of Starke against ,,: ; Graver Howard def. Joe Sacra 4-4, s-4.
the Pratt St. Courts. Joey default; Craig Sapp def. Mark Friedlln a-4 s-li;
..In women's singles Marie Smith Starke a 6-4,4-6,6-4 survivor John Samoiu def. Buddy Colling ... *-4; Jerry
Wynn over Jerry Wilson. Starke. WIlHM def. Jerry McGrtffH,M; Joey Smith del.
and Gayle Lee will vie for the title at 9a.m. Both doubles finals are set for 2:30: John HBrrU *-*;t-4. rid: ,..1041- Winkler def Kitties CampaignThe
Saturday. Wynn bested Cathy p.m. In the women's test and I-a. M; ROM def. Howard... 6-S; Sapp def,
Hobbs 6-3. 7-5 in the semis last week Ross Sarnona s-1,6-4; Smith def. Wilson s-1,44, s-e.
while Lee took 3 sets to Ella Cooney winners by 6-1. 6-4. over W.m.,.'i SUIMI| let ........ Marl Wynn del
get past Loret. Johns and Rhonda Crawford last Phyllla Hiujglna M, S-3; Loretta Row del Ella Bradford High cross country
ta Ross 6-1. 462.. week take on Marie Wynn and may M,s-4.e-J; Gayle Lee def. Pam Johra 6-2, runners finished the year that coach
The men's singles final Is M. 1-, Cath Hobbe drew Semlltoali- Wynn
also set Phyllis I ; bye.
and said "turned
Huggins who beat
Lee our
for 9 a.m. but the combatants def. Hobbf M, 7-s; Lee del ROM 64.44,52.: George Loper program
the aren't Linda Cubbedge 6-1,6-1 for a berth in M..'. DonMni HI .......- Sapp/Wlnkler def. around" Saturday finishing 6th
known as semi's
were yet to be the finals. Colllngi/lioward Mt: ; HulMy/LoUla del in the girls division and 10th in the
played) at presstime. In one semifinal In men's doubles and Saen>/Saenal: "-2; McGrlff/Samono won 12-school I
Sapp Winkler in the Region meet
boys
BUS player Eddie default Smith/Kilties def. Rick Crane/Ken'
Winkler ;
a 6-1. 64qltrterfinal
victor winners by 6-2,6-2 scores over Mark Blankenihip, 0-0. Sentl'ii- Sapp/Winkler def. 'cg'P; held in Tallahassee.Just .
over Archie Kit. Hulsey and Emerson Lotzia in the Huliey/LoKIa, 1-2; Smith/Kittle def.. the top 4 teams from Region
ties of Lawtey to
was meet Jack Ross semi's go against Smith and Kitties McGrlff/Samoni fro.6(. advance on to state (land top :5 individuals
of Gainesville a 6-2, 6-2 winner over who WomMi'i doublei: let ....nd. Rou/Cooney def. 1. i
topped Samons and ) the first BHS
Grover Howard Jerry Johna/Crawrord. W; Wynn/Hugginf del ( .eOr1 so ap
Starke in the McGriff 6-0 6-4 last week. Lee/Linda Cubbedge,.-.. I pearance Region since 1977 was the

I 1981 finale for the Tornado runners at
least until track season that is.
"It was a real good learning experience

Laws for the kids." Loper said.
Concerning "I'm just so proud of them. They've

HuntingV'A % f .. established a solid foundation for the
future both as a team and as individuals

i:. ,"
:
.r.:; II / Speaking of individuals. Lady Tor
!1 Ku 1 "
On Private Land Explained II" 4rr nado 9th grader Linda DeWitt wasn't

far from qualifying by that route. She
: claimed 9th place in her first Region

.' .. ,, meet, and was easily the first
freshman girl across in the race witha
Enclosed are' some of the current laws that relate to the time of 12:48: for 2 miles

That led the BUS girls to tilth with
crimes of Trespass and Illegal Use of Firearms. I 137 points 49 points away from GUS

.. ((88), who occupied the final qualitmg

: spot. Led by individual winner Dolly
Harrison Niceville i45)) topped
Citizens are urged to read the below Florida Statutesand Buchholz 54)) and Bishop Kenny \61'!
for the team crown.

govern themselves accordingly. You are reminded BHS seniors Tyllany Grillis
114:17): ). Louette Smith 14:22)1 : ). unit I
that violation of either of these statutes others Jennifer Nix 14:30): ) were bunched
plus
", together in 29th. 31st. and 32nd in the

can result in your arrest. If you do not own the land or Pew s Sophomore race that included Pam Hawkins some 70 15:02 runners: : was


have permission from the owner/person in charge of 4i'. : r the Fussell last (16:27i scorer: in and 36th Karen while Chilly Carol
'' ''''': '' '
1.I\ 'f..ooi.' L ."Ii" ''''
(16:50): ) came across 51st and 52nd.
private property to hunt or trespass on same, you Leaping for the Elusive Ball... The boys, who were sixth :.it

should off.Citizenshunters District found the going tough at
stay Rudolph Lennon of Music Men left, and Wayne Norman of Norman's Farm Region totaling 254 points
both went for this pass from Norman's quarterback Roger Bennett but Tallahassee Leon 59' edged
neither could make the grab In the !Men's Flag League/ game won Sunday by Buchholz (65)) for the championshipas

Music Men 550. Leon's Andrew Wills d5:4ii: : wa
are requested to keep this information the first man in for the i-mile boys

for future referral. All violations. should be reported to race.Scoring for BUS were Richard Warren

(117:251: ) :34th. Paul :McKinney
'' Calendar
the Bradford Sports
County Sheriffs Office. : ((17:49): 47th. Curtis Jones till: 121

54th. Victor Letts (18:40): ) 57th. and
.. Thursday Nov 19:' Kenny DeVVitl 1 20:10): 2nd among

DOLPH E. REDDISH, SHERIFF ., :" .f'\F : ::; .' > Starke Club Gator) QB Club dinner Ward Pell speaker ((7:30. about Loper 75 said runners.the course was a rugged.me.

BRADFORD Country : with a stretch ol soli sand
COUNTY FLORIDA
leading into a hill.
Friday. Nov. 20-

BUS varsity football at Middleburg 0i( ) "gion Al Jnfc.Coilh.r Coll Court
T '.Uoho....
588.09 Legally enclosed land; tensed properties expressly approved for ty of a misdemeanor of the second Saturday. Nov. 21- Gin I.... ..igll>. :Nivt'tlllr, :N 4t Kllrhlllil'llui
I .i .
,
and poatetl.(1) .- hunting by the Game and FreshWater dene .VI.: Ilii-lmp, Kt>im> 'UK HI. ";iiiilii-M ilkIIS:
quniahahlit nrovided' in .. Pop Warner football BUSS
league playoffs Starke ,.
,
Fish Commission Divisionof tl)< 54$. IIH.\I) 'tlH\) +UIIS. 1.17 l.iki- \\-il t 1411I
( ) Land shall be enclosed or 775.082 .
0 legally ,775.083,or 775.084... Starke Tennis Finals ( and doubles I 1.'v I.VI. gilliu-t Shhk.2o.4Indl.ld.e1
-H V land or posted land when enclosed Forestry firearms. .... m. w. 9 a.m.; singles .1" .. I' l U"II l > ll.irnmill, SJ IN*. JUiuitlir
'' ''ZtaO' 9hne't' ,- 12 II .t' 'IrtllHM 11.1\,. UKMH
.-,10iqua by a legal fence, and when there
.
810.115 Breaking or lnnrla) ''It >O "0'" II' ."\),\ IVwI 11'1' HUM' u *
';:1".,..shall be placed along the boundary .,,. Section 2. This act shall take .efJfe .
fences. Whoever nd .lrUl.lllil.l. Ui'Vl" III 12 454..5"'I11,1111
i willfully" '' c" t:J! Mt Indlvldgol'
.1.1"1 said land In the manner herein, .yOctober 1978.// .,. / ., / 'm-" 'Stinday... Nov22-f"- tiriltIK; 14 17. dl' 1."""',,,' Nlllllh 14 -'! *.!
nssHclously breaks .
? dowlI..m.f'
..,,,,.,..tftovMMd pttMMt. >.etteM tack.r' wbert"""""" ''" J .."l>l |" >Jures;or cut.: any fence, or any 6'pavtthereof :rrnofafplyid4; .en'Qlagiootb@ltt1: ': .".., Io.J ,_",.,;""'fiIt" ,. 'o II} rotI"'", (J"II'IIIII'I''I.r.It: ,:,:", "I./'I1""f.f'-"
.
Approved by the Governor May I'urn! Kuiwi'll in 27 \J. K.iri'ii I'IIIII} III .Waow'
lie,provided that it shall not be-nec"' belonging' to or ehdodiitkes'land .11 ;eubr1
./ 3. .978. ,"- t. ... ...... .
: essary to erect'any fence along any not his own or whoever causes Toom ult. ""uh" I.I1III Tl. I'l
: portion of the boundaries of the land Murlilmlillu'' '1.\. \: ,eotulh17.Ih, ".,1.. Kim-Kl, I i.iHillup I
; to be broken down, marred Injured
Filed in Office Secretary of State Kt>llM> I III. IMlllllll.l, > H.l 141. I'.ll.ilk.i' '
.;: formed by any ocean gulf, bay or cut any fence belonging to or' Thanksgiving Specials'Shasla l,0.' Lee I l In7. l1"I/"''}' Ml.HlKx:. III\I')H>II1 44I'miiiiM.i
:t' river creek or lake. May 3. 1978. enclosing land not his own shall be Ciiv Muthi-rltinl: .
((2)) The fences enclosures and the guilty of a misdemeanor of the Dr.td.gree. Individual koyf I' Anillt'tt le ails I'l. I. 41 '
C'IoroM'Ulllph11 UK' n 44. .1' Incur NII..I I.,,
posted notices, when erected placed 810.09 Trespass on property other in .. Tender Mix
punishable aa provided III 1'54' 4' UinflHMill' 'l.ll' III IJ. .V Turin- |K'I
__ and maintained as herein required than stricture or conveyance.- '775.082. .. 775 083. or s. 7715.<<184:. ,,1111' IH IHHi
shall be notice to the public that ((1) Whoever without being authorized Drinks Milk Bread Individual born .14' Kll'llanl. U Sir.r -' C
licensed Invited willfully I'.iul Nkuuu'v 17 4\i. ,4 1'011'1'' .('n..,. I.1cur I.' ,'
I. the lajuieneJosd thereby is private or 810.12 Unauthorised .
entry on \ la IIs IH 4". H. ken,) Ih-Uiit 1-1 IH .1.CillMII
property upon which unauthorized enters upon or remains in any property 'land; prima facie evidence of l'hiilll.i/ ail III 74 \\...i.> Ulili-ln-r. .'2 "4
other than a structure or conveyance 11.129c 1.99.,1 6ge
---psrsosi to-remaln- of or to depart ...
as to which notice against treaf.( unauthorized entry by any Loaf

t ,. entering or remaining U given person Into or upon any enclosed Youth Basketball
: '' either by actual communication to and land shall be fadeevidence
notices(,,require- posted prima Suwannee
.
aoUeel to 1I.) PItW.\tk d, the offender or by posting fencing of the Intention of such 301 south Swiftystarke Signups Underway

y .. 588.09 ah.U ,JiiiA-' r IjlQiH I Cultivation as described in I.I person to commit an act of trespass. Registration for Starke'soulh
i a. n filch there shall appear' I:' 810l011: commits the offense of ((2)The act of entry upon enclosed basketball league lor buys and. girls

omi! t In letters of not lawn trespass on property other than' a and poeted land without permission ages H-13: is underway now throughDec.
in height the:Vorrf' .structure" or conveyance. :. of the owner of said land by any ::1. There is no charge lor
(2Xa)( ) Except as provided in this
and in addition'thereto' workman .servant employee or' registration in the league, which can
D ,gtha'aiowner subsection '.trespass on property agent while actually engaged the be done Monday through Friday at
esaee. or occupant of AId 'other' than a structure or conveyance performance of his work or hU -NOTICE the Kec. Department ollico in the Old
land. Said posted notices shall be is a misdemeanor of the first duties incident to such employmentand Armory
or.AlIUtJ degree, punishable as provided In a. while under the supervision
placed along on i iboundaries SIy1 or Age determining dale is Hieplayer's
of a III.t ga117 a"fCIaid; 776.082 or .. 77,5.083. direction or through the procuremint age on Nov. 13 of thist.tr
or posted 3tfi1ilminoeriind' In''' (b) If the offender defies an orderto or any other person acting aa Two leagues will be formed one lor
such position ir"to b

"! leave personally communicatedto supervisor foreman employer or H-10 year olds and one for 1113ear:
noticeable from the outside of the him by the owner of the premisesor principal or' In any other capacity, City of Starke olds.

enclosure and said notices shall be by an authorized person or if the shall be prima facie evidence of the Games start the week ol December
r 1.aeU.abodtlilrthelN than"600.feet' offenderwillfully opens any door causing and of the procurement of 7-11. Clinics low the players will he
ap. H....g'add'at etch corner; oftk. fence or gate or does any act which auch act by the supervisor foreman, Will Open Their Drive-In Windowfor held prior to the season .:tor H-10 \ear
,'beuadatie./ of the land?and also'" |b. 'exposes animals,crops or other property employer principal or'other person. olds Monday, Nov. :t(). and Wednesday

llti The act committed( by any per paying utility bills Dec 2, Irom :3:15: Io4i:: (>p.m. and
fence enclosing the same. Said freedom, or trespasses on property son or persona of jiWDevtranspor-! for the 11-13: year olds Tuesday Dec
'liddeetr shall 'be''plated along all other than a' structure or conveyance ting operating Of tag. St tbe act 1. and Thul'selaDl'l'. :3, Irom 3:15: to
boundaries formed by the 'waters he ''is guilty of a misdemeanor of permitting qjN plVlafK i the Effective Dec. 1 1981 4:3t: \ p.m.
mrinUoned herein on' trees or poets of the'| first d.r.., taking or transp)rcHSs'ofJI l any Players MUST attend at leas one

close to the banks of said waters In punishable as provided In .. 775.082. machine toot.': ."vehicle l or' 8 til 5 Mon. thru Fri. clinic to be placed on team..
position so''' as th.t'tlm.y" fce '..115083.01'.1115.1184.' draft animal Into oTOpdnt any-enclos a.m. p. n. Some type ol rubber sole shot's

noticeable to persons approaching (elll> the offender is armed with a ed and posted :land without the ( basketball tennis ec.( tan' re
:;: the boundary formed by1) said JI 'firearm or other dangerous weaponduring permission of the owner of said quired.

waters. the commission of the offense land by any person who la not the -

I Senate Bill No,"Hf, "...*",??: "of trespass on {property other than a owner of such machine,tool vehicle -
? 'Structure or he is guiltyof
conveyance or animal but with the.knowledgeor now Available In Starke
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I j" By Tony Burke entertainment; eyes might naturally be leading the SEC in smiles. Tail .drawing, with a minor in engineering it." twirling and dance routines, and we
I BCT Staff Writer drift to one of the ten more con- blonde'and attractive, you. just can't graphics. According to Philips, a tryout can- make up new routines."
;I It's half time'at the' University of spicuous members of the band- the avoid that smile. The Philips moved to Keystone in didate must be able to march to the With that big grin again. Philips admits
Florida, and the Fightin' Gator Band majorettes.One The twenty-year-old Junior is the 1975 from Keith, Ohio by way of fight song, demonstrate her own that"We tend to goof off a little
has i taken the field. As 60,000 people such performer is Anita Diane daughter >of' Audrey and Tommy Orange Park. Anita's father is retired choreographed routine and performan bit, too"
:sit: in the Florida'Field stands watching Philips from Keystone Heights Philips of Keystone Heights. A student from the U.S. Navy Anita began on-the-spot routine. On game days, the band members
the intricate marching forma-' And, if such statistics were kept of the University's' College of entering twirling contests in Ohio in Classes are arranged so that they arrive at Florida Field at 8 a.m. sharpto
iOns and enjoying top-notch musical somewhere, Anita might unofficially Fine Arts, Anita's major study is 1973 and was a majorette at Keystone do not conflict with a band member'sor completely run through that after
for four years, graduating in 1979. majorette's practice schedule noon's performance. After meetings.
"Each year, the Gator band has "Monday is our free day,"Anita said lheyaredismissedat 11 a.m. but haveto
'tryouts for majorettes; even for the "Then on Tuesday through Friday, return to the stadium again by
.ones who have been on the squad we practice from 3:30 to 6 p.m. The 12:30.
freshman year here and didn't make we majorettes) practice bike,
our majorette suit and all and rides
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; '.. !l' In addition to the 11-12 hours per
;4: .;., week devoted to majorette practice.
Anita works at University Press as a
II I IT'k typist, computer programmer and
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does occassional layout.
'Of. How does it feel to perform in Iron!
--- of huge crowds, sometimes on national
,, television and dressed in a skin.
tight outfit? "I get nervous" She
says. "Especially my first >ear. I feela
lot better this year though. We tell
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Jokes to get loosened up belore
.. halftime."
'
t tiM "But 1 still get weak knees when the

F ., : band forms the letters spelling
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'Florida' during the pregame show
2 "Every game there are always
E. }, ';"" guys in the stands who yell 'I love>ou'
'." and stuff like that." she said.
:z.i. } Il'rn,,". of.
'i.- u Every so often, a majorette will
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have of "those" afternoons hen
I t :; '." ,' ,. ...,;' ....,. f' / the baton one seems destined to stay on
.7 : the turf. "I remember a time when 1
I ., was just out of it. We were doing a
h; .,f ""; f, V ... I ; I i'.'.... two-baton routine and I kept turning
",. .r o / & ... ..,. ..,..",.f the wrong way or dropping the baton.It .
? \ .J,p' was embarrassing," she said. "But
.=::;:" ii'. .". .;' ..:".\...ytVr'fl -.:..I': I' . MY when you mess up you fake it. A good
:/ -: (!".'......'" : : ". ', ;IL-h' \ performance, on the other hand, is a
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1.J-i. .A.1';' \.,-\ '' ./ ...(....J'..... ..... j" ',I.. ., ,b....' -r recalled one of the band''fore
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trips
f I' ."l L\\-., << .... rrR
: at Baton
.x .( ((11, tt .w;" was being played
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%.f.1 ? Rouge kept -
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.... .. .. """, 1" /<>'". !. ."r..," \it'. o." down on the way out. We got into
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;>! .' '. ,: "", ; ":v.": ''': ...; I. "'!JI',., ti S New Orleans only to discover that the
::r ''' bus with our luggage was broken
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M. tiw p .. yidsr.n. >.' i, down again. So we hit Bourbon St in
iE.... .,:h......: *.' .:."- ; \ '1 cut-off shorts and T-shirts.

.:q:;=;.0...... ::..,. n1k.r, .. .,. "' I' .". Alas this will be the final year to
fL gQ ; ,," enjoy smiling Anita at Florida Field.
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'. i4f She will become the bride of
-, ..s Jt"1l'''''':' ...." '""W-.ir- ..' .,".rt.. ...,;,.:... .', .... ... ................\<01:'.".....,.: Vick, of Orlando who will' soon Car coinpletetheTequlrement.s
,,7' ; ;;<" .w.. J"", (' oKaltasters:
degree in Civil Engineering. From
f .i I there, its off to live in All'xandria'A
I plan to complete my degree at a
school up in Virginia," she said. 'I'm
really looking forward to it. and to living
in Alexandria.
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their faith in God sustained ,, muscles of his legs.'' Hehas.a: captivating "0"'"' desire is to fill 'up Our house
Laurie again
By Myers become shared Mrs. Larsen.. This Is Nathan's '
Jeffery may soon the sixth smile and haw' 'learned to with Spina Bifada Children "and to
Special To the TelegraphAs them.In adopted child for the Larsens. seventh home. He has cerebral palsy, relate to others. start'a Christian school for them and

enter the home of 1979 four year old Nathan' was Nathan was given the name I of I hydrocephalus and displays autistic, I asked how the'kids''handled the others 'special needs Children! ; said
and,soon LaVerne as you Larsen you realize adopted and eight year old David join- Nathaniel meaning "Gift from,God". behavior. He had just come out of a surgery and the other'difficulties in Laverne. She knows :a purpose'incoming
Ken have discovered a special and ed the family this year. Two year old "We must always rememder that" ,V; body cast after surgery on the their lives. Into Interlachen from New

you unusual family. Not so much because ," o "When it comes to hard places, they Jersey. They minister to people In the
some of the children are in wheelchairs usually hold me up. They are 'very ,area and,help ,start the CommunityBible .
or walkers or crutches but special young people, 'Mrs: Larsen Church in Interlachen.
the of love and .' -, told "The greatest challenge is
because of atmosphere me. "Because I have hurt,I can comfort
joy that surrounds this family of .' ',' having them'' understand who God is,, others. There'Js a purpose In suffer'
eleven. 4rIli" that He loves them and that there is a ing. God does all things well. The
The youngest in the family Amanda ,,' \.. ; '. plan for their lives God doesn't- make, World looks at my family as having
age 5, has been chosen the March :- '.','If: mistakes." handicaps; but God works as well on
of Dimes Poster Child for North Cen- 1 ., In 1980 the Larsel a' sponsored a the inside/1 tell the children that''we
tral Fla. Amanda and three of her boat''family from Laos. A family of are all equal."
have five lived with them three months
brothers and sisters Spina for
We talked about Thanksgiving and
Bifada.. a birth defect that affects before moving to Gainesville.Dunnthat
LaVerne said that she
12,500: babies a year in the U.S. alone. time they, watched the Lord was most
thankful for God's
The defect occurs during the first cou- .... miraculously meet their needs. The moment by moment.grace Then, every little Meri day
ple of months of pregnancy leavingthe entire family would come together to
"I'm thankful
added for but
spine with a cleft or split. The pray and lay their needs before the food to
tell the truth I'm thanksful for
child is born with a hold in its back Lord and whatever it was; food you. the
and therefore the spinal fluid does not finances clothes, the Lord. always 'house we needed III! And" I'm
properly circulate through the brain h tai t.t t. provided. thankful for this cute little cat, she
and Surgery must be performed But the greatest miracle both Ken 'added as she stroked the cat in herbut
spine. Adlt', 'j ".
to close the hole and then shunt ,,6 r tw r4rtIjl I and LaVerne agree is the house they lap best of all, mom and dad.
is done to relieve the i? in in Interlachen.
surgery m are now living You contact the Larsens at(
pressure of the spinal fluid. The shunt u They moved into the large two story can
Phone 684-6333..0r P.O. Box 747 In-
originates in the brain and then goes 17 room house in 1979 with only $2,000 ,
terlachen Fla 32048;
to the heart of the stomach. Amandahas for a down payment. ,
had I II operations in her short life
w lull- her sister. Meri has had 27. I AWe
The Larsens have four natural Ijl pi II _

children: Greg 18; Tim, 16; Russell 4 a' tFt
14.: and Raymond 13. They were Will Be OPEN
lost or parents in the early 19708 and '
began talking to their case worker y Mondays thru
about adoption. LaVerne recalls telling ,
the social worker that they would ., p ,
adopt any child of any race but not a ;w ChristmasPastry
handicapped child. But all that was to 'r..
change One day they went to visit a
1'01'l1WI'nster/ child who was now living Shop
in an institution. The experience
forever/ changed their hearts. Call St. Starke '\64-!5890Clestd .
138 E.
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home" "recalled Mrs. Larsen "it The Larsen Family: Ken and LaVeriie. parents: Greg: Tim Russell Raymond David Amanda lJlIerl. -

would be worth it so that they would Clarice. Nathan.
not have to spend their life in an in-

stitution" "-rfi'
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And so, in /1974 they adopted six- "
month-old Meri. saying that she
would be their fifth and last child. I 1520 S. Walnut

Men had already had six major
operations and jet she had such a 964.5849 1904 .
happy' disposition was Neon,

'She reminded us of the scriptureA .... 28 t Ml Day

merry heart doelh good like a Novtmknr 21ESTABLISHED
medicine', and so we named her Florida TheatreStark'
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964.5451
Their case worker recommended Pre
them lor adoption of a 2nd Spina Fri.,,Sat., Sun. d SALE
Bilada child and so Clarice became i 9ee
part ol the family in 1975. The doctor r
said that she would never walk, but
not only did she walk at 10 months of
Coma In And! ..
age bul today she is a bright first II n -
grader The Larsen's faith sustained
them und they say God has worked w Register For A'FREE

miracles in their lives.. ,
1BIMT M.TNOW$ eopleWhq p r ,
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hoKpllalllnd this time the doctors said 'PARllNIrY e'
that she The doctor walked
was dying SW4nMuN'CNMWrwn
into her hospital room and asked if rpqj. ,.. .I Aiii..I ,..
they' would adopt another Spina ;;,<.--.I..._.., ,F. .,

Bisadu child. Within 6 weeks two
children/ were placed in their home To Be Given Away Turkey vt
Amanda and Melanie. And Meri did 301 Drive-Ill li'i
survive November 24th
FRI. thru MOO
The family had experienced so

much ol Gods goodness but 1977 was Erin. ,Moran, in Kincaid Boys' 28" ten SpetdBicycles
to be a year of great trials. Three -
months after her shunt surgery Meri .:, "
was back in the hospital again this a Dining Room
time lor !90 days with an infection of t1ID -
the brain and spinal cord. She had a Only 15 Left
reaction to Penicillin and nearly died
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<;:; w'iW. ; ,| ;1 g:;Starts: ,- Off,Slow, But Better Success: 'Expected: i /!' !"



It might have been the weather It Osceola to hand out at the office this @, 'it
might have been Friday night's !
full
year. The'rest were gotten by mall.
moon. ,For whatever-reriso{! hunting More and more hunters are being I 1 1r 1
success was down a bit in Northeast restricted to the management areas
Florida during last weekend's parade and next.year we anticipate having The i
to 1981 the, woods known ,as opening I.day all the permits go through the mail.
So .any hunters, wishing to hunt
It'certainly wasn't because'hunting Osceola and Lake Butler ought to planto IN
may/
popularity is dwindling. The Nor get their permits that way. ,
At Jennings Tract 6 deer were
theast Region's management area taken weekend that total in-i
opening ,
quota permits sold out this year at the .
earliest time in history according to morn-GFC, p'I, Club'
local officials of the Florida Game &
said that
Fresh Water Fish CommissionGFC area though hunting -
( ). Because the hunters pressure ranged from "relativelylight"
are sure
on the west side of Black Creek f .yc
to come back for more those same
to "slow" on the east side squirrelswere ,
GFC officials .the kill
are expecting
taken out.In order from
rapid
numbers for deers, .hogs, squirrels, Get listed In our Hunt Club. If
the steel hunt area off Green Rd. near 1/
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etc to soon soar. the new Ravines Golf Course. "I bet i you're from the Bradford

"I think it will catch up to next year there was 60 squirrels taken out," Union, or Keystone Hots
in the next few weeks," said GFC Struby said. r area and take a buck a

wildlife biologist Jim Garrison of At Raiford Tract turkey, or other big game
Camp Blanding, which yielded 60 the total count by; GFC 1 spike officer deer Jim was t 1 t just call us at 964.6305 and
deer last
Saturday-Sunday, down Poncier. He estimated 60 hunters tell us the size, weight,location -
from 78 taken in the first two days of
1980. 54 bucks, 6 does, 13 hogs, and 53 worked weekend. those woods over,' the ++ etc. of your kin.
squirrels were counted at the Blending -
Tuesday marked the start of
the
check stations with a total of second
1,518 hunters passing through. quota period at Blanding, a Deer
5-day period, with a new batch of
Included the bucks taken 1
at
among hunters
flooding In Starting ,
Monday .
Head Blanding were an 8-point for Jim Nov. 23, Blanding and the othe AIFyR.r ty 'S E.C. MOODY of Lawtey- got a beauty Osceola National Forest Saturday
Keystone Heights management areas will be.open to morning: an 8-pointer that field dressed out 125 pounds.
36 deer were checked at the Osceola' anyone with a license and a manage-
;management area with an estimated ment area stamp. The stamps can be RANDALL WOOD of Starke- got his first deer at the Lake Butler Management -
[40 killed." "And that's a conservative purchased at the tax collector's office }f Area and it was good one: an 8 point buck that went about 85 pounds
count, noted Larry Martin of the in and dressed
your county at many of the out
GFC..Also 5 hogs and 1 bear were bag-; stores dealing hunting goods near the
ged there. The black bear season in area. JIM HEAD of Keystone Heightsnailed an 8-pointer at Camp Blanding during
Columbia and Baker counties only Statewide turkey season continuesnow opening weekend. .
)with a season bag limit of one bear through Jan. 10, except in certain
,per hunter counties in the Northwest Region STEVE BROADWAY of Keystone Heights- got 5-poinl; buck at Blmdm;
/ Martin notifies hunters to'' plan while the second phase of dove hun during opening weekend.
ahead for 1982 because of the pace of ting is over Nov. 29 with the third
this year: "We received only about 30 phase picking up Dec. 12 through Jan. KEN McKENZIE of Penney Farmsbagged his 1st Florida deer ul Ulun-
percent of the quota permits for 4, ding during opening weekend a pretty 6-point that went 10H pounds.

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An Opening Day Trophy... Ray finally got one a 6-point that dressed out 94 pounds at Blancling Life

Jacksonville Beach hunter Bruce Guthrie got this 4-point not long after Saturday afternoon.Terwillegar.
gates opened at Blanding Saturday.

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By Neil Crawford
Saturday, Nov. 7 the Bassmastersheld
their monthly tournament on the
St. Johns River. Boats were launched
at the city dock in Palatka The tour- '
nament began at 6:15: a.m. and endedat
5:00: p.m
Most of the Bassmasters found the
a+ going slim, as those bass had the lock

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.Y jaw.Donald
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Y Spencer and Joe Riggs got
into the Striped Bass under the new
bridge at Palatka. The only thing
about Stripes they,don't count in a

Black-Bags tourjajwnj( ,.,
are going f Bass a.Bass club; ,* '
I think only Black should count r1
1Jy
at the weigh in. The reason I am
dwelling on this matter is that I got
word through the grapevine that
r
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+. g K Stripers should count at the weigh in

As I look back at some of the thingswe A better to beat the high
have tried it wouldn't surprise me way
: I, at all if our club votes the Striper in, if cost of financing.
: it ever gets a motion.
At 5:00: p.m. all the Bassmasters

41!:. bass returned were to weighed the landing.Harry After Sheffieldand the This Offer Ends Sunday,

Edwin Johns tied for 1st place.
The biggest fish was landed by Jody
Starling. On behalf of our club I
would like to congratulate Harry, Edwin November 22ndDon't
and Jody.
The December tournament will be
ea
t __: .. ._ .. Saturday, Dec. 19th The time and '
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location will be voted on at the club Miss Out.

Lazenby Gets Hog Weighed... meeting which will be Tuesday, Dec .

I Starke hunter Joe Lazenby in middle, helps two University of Florida 1st.At this time I would like to extend a ESCORT **
wildlife management students weigh and Inspect the hog he killed at Camp Happy. Turkey Day to all. : 47131! !1
Blandlrig! on' opening morning. It scaled out at 80 pounds. Bass Wishes 500 '"M''' ......
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t5ervicemenClarence .::'' m.two .... '
un on m DM*L orimwu

F. Gullion seamanship, close order drill, Naval participated in an active -- ----
history and first aid. Personnel who physical conditioning program and MUSTANG *
Navy"Airman Recruit Clarence. F.Gullion complete this course of instructionare gained proficiency in a variety of 33122//
,' son of Clarence 'E. and eligible for three hours of
college military skills including first aid, rifle 6OO
Loreda M. Gullion of Route 1, Box 693 credit in Physical: Education and '
marksmanship and close order :
Lawtey. Fla., has completed recruit Hygiene.He drill. Teamwork and selfdisiplinewere UP-FRONT ;::;:".: ;:r
training at the Naval Training' is a 1981 graduate of Bradford emphasized throughout the mr./er1 a
Center, Orlando, Fla. High School, Starke Fla. training.A .
During the eight-week training cy-
cle, trainees studied general military Pvt. Gary C. Hart EXP
subjects designed to prepare them for Marine Pvt. Gary C. Hart, son of 1981 graduate of Buchholz High -, 461291*
School. Gainesville Fla., he joinedthe
further academic and on-the-job Leola Hart of Route I, Box 93, Marine $700 ,
in .
Corps April 1981.Preseason
training one of the Navy's. 85 basicoccupational Brooker, Fla:, has completed recruit =- II'M' Illl1T.r0 a
fields. training at the Marine Corps RecruitDot .. .. !,
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:.i"'H' < Nov"" '74 Plymouth failed to for conditions, according to Tronpq; P|
< ; Florida State Prison Sat.- 14, driving, a ; .
Aurea'Valle was arrested when:what observe the.Thompson'vehicle as she C Roberts '
to be marijuana was found in pulled,onto Brownlee St from Church \
I News appeared Lonnie Luther Melton 75, P. O. Bo*
vehiclein
Briefs her position. ,< St Carter struck the Thompson left
the of impact 321, Hampton, was turning ontdjC221 !
Vane was attempting to visit her hus- the right side; At pant failed to
in Hampton,
C-325
.r band Manuel A. Valle who' is on, .the: vehicle slid' 90 degrees in a from into
:;1'*} dea throw. clockwise :rotation striking a parked yield the right of way and pulled

Stolen CarRecovered Mike Allen according to the people in Prisoner Escapes v\ Bond was set on Valle at$1,500, she vehicle belonging'.to Gloria. Carter the path of a vehicle Gainesville driven by Francis whichi

the crowd. was released on recognizance, according Pierce Joseph Knepper, Knepper.skidlded '
in Jax The man called "Smiley" was Captured Same,Night to the Bradford County Sheriffs Damage to Thompson's Americanwas was going east on C-221.

' Bradford County Sheriffs Office was Herbert A..Masters, 51, 249 Park SI, Sometime after lunch Thurs. Nov 12, Dept $1,400 damage to Carter's '74 trying to avoid Melton was unable col.:;
contacted Fri., Nov. 13, by Duval Co. to Starke. The police placed Masters,in a trustee from the O-unit near Florida Plymouth was $400. to do so and the front of his Vehicle .".
custody taking him to the Bradford Man with failure to, tided with the left front of Melton's 72
report they had recovered a car from State Prison escaped. ;. Hampton Carter was charged
Starke, much to the surprise of the County Jail.Rescue Jeffery Lee Hammond was capturedat Arrested For Assault yield right of way, according to Dodge pickup.
owner who had not realized the car was 60 responded and transported approximately 11 p.m. near:FI. Patrolman N. Jackson. Damage to Kneppa's'69 Chevy was
the victim Mike Allen to the Bradford $600, damage to the pickup was $800.
stolen.A Repitileland on Gilman Paper Co. property Wayne Walter Rhoden, was ai-
17 year old from Starke was in County Hospital, where he was treatedfor according to FSP:Superinten. rested Nov 15, at the Intersection of Nov. 13, Forest Franklin Durrance, Melton was charged with violation of
custody in Duval County Jail after a a shotgun wound to the shoulder. At dent C. G. Strickland, Jr. .. SR-18 & 100 by the Bradford County 25, Rt I Box 532, Lake Butler, driving a right of way in the Nov. 15 accident, according -
trooper responding toa call in Jackson- the hospital Allen told the police O-unit is a mlnumum mediumcustody Sheriff's Dept.: and charged with two '81 Jeep truck was eastbound on Sr-100 to Trooper W. M. Abrams.
ville noticed a car pulling off from a "Smiley' had shot him. unit Hammond was working counts of aggravated assault. when he fell asleep,allowing his vehicleto
service station with a man hanging onto A witness told the police that she sawa the pole' treatment plant when he left his Rhoden, 21, P. O. Box 140,.Hampton cross the center lane into the At 5 a.m. Nov. 14, L. T Hoi ton, 22, of
the car door. The trooper chased the man in a four wheel vehicle hand work was picked up on a warrant designated travel lane.of a westbound Sanderson, was going north on C-238,
car several blocks and apprenhended a "Smiley" a shotgun and some shells. :. issued after Rhoden threatened, by vehicle. north of Lake Butler when he ran on.
juvenile from Starke. The youth had Early Sunday, Nov. 13, Rudolph Youth Wounded word or act, violence on Joseph Rowe Durrance struck a vehicle driven by the roadway onto the east road
purchased gas and failed to pay for it, Crews was arrested for aiding in the In Accidental Shooting Sept. 27, at Mary Brown's Trailer Robert Lee Hall, 308 Epperson, Starke, shoulder, crossed back over the road-
according to the station attendant aggravated assault with a deadly Park in the left side.. way to run into the ditch on wes>tside of
The car was a '76 Ford stationwagon weapon, according to Patrolman Jerry Robert Allen Thomas, 16, of Starke, Bond for Rhoden was set at $2,000, Damage .to Hall's '78 Ford was road and hit a tree. \
belonging to Harold Bishop, Jr., taken Miller. Bond for Crews was set at was wounded by a .22 calibre bullet as he is in custody in the county jail according $1,100, damage to the Jeep was $450, Damage to Holton's '77 Olds was
from the Sears Store in Starke, accor- $2,000. Crews, 42, Rt 1 Box 364, Lake he was target practicing Monday to Deputy Paul Stegall.. according to Patrolman Eston Mosher $3,000, according Trooper W. M.
ding to Deputy John Dempsey. Butler, was driving a 4-wheel drive afternoon. Abrams.
The Juvenile is charged in Duval Ford pickup truck. The accident occurred behind S&W Accidents Sheila N. Fox, 27, P. O. Box 266, Holton was charged with no valid
County with petit theft, reckless driv- Masters was charged with aggravated Muffler Shop on 301 North, :nearThomas' Lawtey, was westbound on CR-225 and driver's license and careless driving
assault with home. The bullet ricochetedfrom Nov. 10, Teresa Ann Griffis, 17, Rt. 1
ing, driving with suspended l license a deadly started hydroplaning. It slid off the
Charges against juvenile in Brad weapon, bond was set at$20,000, according the target striking Thomas" in Box 259, Starke, southbound on 301 in northside of the road and ran over one Most Fatal Crashes
ford County include grand theft, auto. to Patrolmen Sibley, Searcy and the leg, at approximately 3 p.m. the outside traffic lane, attempted to shrub, then into a parked vehicle, spun Occur On Open RoadsMost ,
lanes to left failed
Wilkinson. Thomas was taken to Bradford change to see Griffis off the vehicle and over another shrub,
County Hospital where he was treatedin slowing for right turn and struck stopping 4 ft from the house. It was fatal traffic accidents occur in
Two Men Arrested Man InjuredIn the Gerald L Beach in the left
emergency room and admitted'to rear. raining at the time of accidentThe rural areas said the Florida Highway
Charged AssaultA Hospital Lot the hospital. Damageto Griffis' '74 Ford was$200, parked vehicle belonged to Patrol today.

distrubance at Law's Tavern in A car moving in a southeast direction hospital Thomas Tuesday was discharged, according from to the the damagetoBeadh's'79 Griffis was charged Ford with following was$1,100.to Carlton Faulk, 25, Rt '2 Box 2168, Patrol records for 1980 show that 6ft

Sta rke brought police to the scene where was exiting the parking lot of hospital records. close, according to Patrolman David Starke, damage to his 79 Olds was percent of fatal crashes happened in-
they arrested Herbert Andrew Masters Bradford County Hospital when a Crum. $4,000. rural areas while 63 percent of all accidents -
late Sat, Nov. 14. pedestrian ran across the lot into the Woman ArrestedAt Damage to Fox's '81 Ford truck was took place in urban areas. t
of the FSP For Nov. 12, a vehicle driven by Brenda $2,000. Records show that in the
Police were called when a man at the path car. Drug Charge urban
tavern had a shotgun and had fired a Randy Ira Broskey, 24, Pinehurst Sue Thompson, 29, was traveling easton Damage to the shrubbery was $300. areas, 1,147 persons died in Florida In' I
shot.When Trailer Park,Starke,was struck by the During the shake down of vistors at SR-16. Jeanne Henley Carter, 25, Fox was charged with speed to fast 1980.

the police arrived a crowd was '73 Chrysler driven by Kenneth Rudy -

standing in front of the tavern, they Bradley, Box 276, Starke. y I
pointed out a man standing on the corner Broskey was admitted to the hospitalfor BY on sale! 'I
across the street. The man called observation, according to Thursday, rAIEAGLE'I I. shop where ,
"Smile)'" had a shotgun and had shot Patrolman N Wilkinson. Friday & ;
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I Obituaries .. Christmas saves! :I




Joseph Lee.65: nal grandparents, Leland and Edna
Mr. Joseph Lee of Macclenny, died Knepper of Starke.
Tuesday night after a long illness. He Funeral services were held at 2:00 firiPriee Blit
was born in Bradford County living p.m. Sunday, Nov. ISth at the i
most of his life in Baker County He graveside in Santa Fe Cemetery,
was a retired janitor, and was a Hampton, with Father Edward
member of the Baptist Faith Rooney, pastor of St. Edwards
Survivors included: two daughters, Catholic Church officiating. DeWitt J
Mrs. Myrtle Covey' ol Mandarin, and C. Jones Funeral Home Starke, in Save u p to 50 % '
Mrs Genieve Broughton of charge of arrangements. riBG! YOUR ,
Gainesville, three sons Virgil ol CHOICE
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David of Lake Butler sister, BetS '
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grandchildren. morning, --I::
Funeral services will be held Friday Born in Atlanta, Feb. 8, 1904, Mr. !
Williams had lived most of his I'
at 3 p.m. in the Chapel ot Archer lifetime
in Bradford County. He wasa _
Funeral Home with Roger
Brannen floating Burial Chaplin will followin retired farmer, and was a memberof .,....-.. -.
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Hampton Baptist Church.
Mlion 01' Archer Cemetery Funeral under Home the Direction Surviving is his wife, Eva Irene FAMOUS JEANNETTEGIFTWARE ? 1, .... .
Thomas Williams; aSlsterltrs;Ruth .4A.
Matchett of Orlando; three brothers, SIDE

Mark Leland Dyal George Williams H.both Williams of Hampton& ,Marvin and FrankL. M. ImrmJ CZJ r+'u' vWw v p$ 00

Infant Mark Leland Dyal died Tues- Williams of Melrose.

day, Nov. 10th, in Shands Teaching Funeral services for Mr. Williamswere 13_87 88 88 93 o'

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David & Teresa Dyal of Hampton; a Brown, officiating Interment was in Molded plastic Is designed for maximum safety Electornto CLOCK clock has RADIO POCKET RADIO DRESS SHIRTS .
twin brother, Matthew B. Dyal; the Hampton Cemetery, with arrangements and Is easy to assemble. Tree stand Included snooze alarm Solid state popular circuitry.features Including Solid state antenna with strap telescopic care Feel ol of 100 silk%polyester but easy. r 3,

paternal grandparents, Nathaniel & by DeWitt C. Jones Elegant solids S. M, L,XL,
Desta Dyal of Hampton; and mater- Funeral Home. DURACELL I q "

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Special Olympics Held at BHS Last WeekProud I

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faces and happy hearts were
in abundance at the second annual
f Special Olympics winter meet in the
BHS gym Thursday, Nov. 5 at 9:00

".m."It takes- the efforts- of a lot of people Lt 4 ta4 M 1j I
to make a project like this work,
fortunately we had a lot of hard work
ing people helping", said Verdell)
s Hall, County Coordinator for Special i aif'I'
Olympics in Bradford County.
The participants ages ranged from
9 to 60 with approximately 65 people
entered in the 4 different events.
Players in the games came from
Starke Elementary, Bradford Middle
.School and Bradford High School
''special ed. programs Sunshine
Acres, Volunteers of America Group
,fr Homes and The Stepping Stones.
-1.& The Winter Meet consisted of
basketball paticipation games divid- rt
ed into three categories of run, dribble -
and shoot. Each of these were
futher broken into subdivisions for
three different age groups.
Indivuals who helped during the
meet were Verdel Hall, County Coor-
dinator for Special Olympics; Mary A ,
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Clayton StrongBarbra, and Judy Dukes.Carideo Anna JR3 II1y !
Among the clubs or organizationwho
assisted were The Starke
a a ,..ttk Kiwanis, Womens Club, Jr. Womens
Club, the Art Club at BHS and the
Civitan Club who donated the ribbons

t ; awarded to the players in each event. ., .... .. _. _
-" -' MM a.R';; b "M"' S i -
3 "Everyone had a great time and mmmmHmfmmmmmmHimmmmummmUHiinmuimtii*******nm MunMsmaBeiwimm
thats what counts,' said Darrell Proud winners show their first place awards. II
O'Neal, Special Olympics Chairmanfor -
Williams Fred Fason.Khonnie Oath and Martin llod (e
Kiwanis. "The Kiwanis Club of
Olympic Run,Dribble,and Shoot winners (Ii-r) with Coordinator \'erdellilall
t l Starke uses Special Olympics as its Special : County holding other ribbons I
Willie Right, Ray Elmore, Jimmy Brookins BobbyOn to be handed out.
main fund raiser and its always grati-
4LS fying to see the paticipants enjoy
themselves as they have today' March 8, Bradford County will
O'Neal went on to say. host the district meet taking in 11 VISAS
McDonalds provided the lunchesfor counties and over 300 participants. ..J. 2K
each entrant consisting of a ham- Anyone wishing to help is asked to _
burger, cookies and drink. contact either Verdell Hall at 9646621or
The next Special Olympics competition Mary Strong 964-6800..
will be held Feb. 25 and consist of "We need anyone and everyone who Store
a local track and feild meet with can give their time to help these Eyeglass
special people," Hall said at the clos-
I events ranging from running to
frisbee throw. ing of the ceremonies.
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Kandy PM Magazine TV Cook- German Pizza

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Kandy Costello's German pizza casserole won second place among eight On. nwdlum onion diced. Fashion Frames for the Entire Family
,Finalists in the Cost-Cutting Cook-Off sponsored by the PM Magazine Show of On. small bll pppr, dlcd.
WJXT-TV (Channel 4). On. can Spam or on. pound boiled ham cut Into chunk Located At:
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Kandy and son, Michael, 11 months, show off the red second place ribbon Thro .ggs. Prescriptions US 301S L Edwards Rood
!she won after competing Saturday, Nov. 14, in the cook-off at Regency 1/4 cup milk or watr. Duplicated Across from Community lank
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Magazine Show. Salt and p.pp.r to tait. Sunglasses OPEN: Monday thru Friday
Kandy, Michael, and husband, Buzzy, live on Lake Brooklyn Road in Senior Citizen Discount 9 am S,30 pm
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!Eostello;also of Brooklyn Lake. Her father-in-law is the DCT coordinator at thick, make on.row of potato..,salt and pppr.Sprlnkl onions and bll..popper Saturday am pm
Bradford: High School in Starke. to taste. Sprlnkl. half of Spam.Mok. a second row of the........ Cover, hoot at ..-- Professional
First place winner was Howard Sturgis, Jr. of Waycross. Ga. who had an low setting until'potatoes are don.Scramble eggs and milk and pour ov.r potat_.. -== Opticians of Florida
usual stuffed pumpkin recipe. Cover and cook appro 5-f minutes or until d._.Place cheese squares,on.In each -=: F Member
y Kandy's cost-cutting German pizza serves 4-6 adults for as little as 50 centsr corner cover and cook until chase I. |lust mltd, appro.. 30 seconds. Serves 4-4 r *"**" Rodney L. Sumner Owner Licensed OpticianSpecialists
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by'Elizabeth Terry They celebrated their birthdays was a Sunday guest of Petty Officer1st i
together. Class and Mrs. Joe Harris and
Phone 782-3 JOOlr. Mrs. Truman Norman visited her family.J. .
mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sr. on C. Prevatt Jr. and his daughter,
Lyle Blow of Orlando spent Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. Ann Landry and son, Kenneth of
eral days with his in-laws, Mr. ands. 'Gainesville were Saturday dinner
Willie Green. Danny Thompson. of Jackson- guests of his mother, Mrs. Carl
Mr. Terry Futch and his son ville took her mother Mrs. Fred Prevatt, Sr. R ilk
ristopher, spent Friday night with Moore to Tampa to visit her brother Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee spent the
r. and Mrs. Tom Tatum and went Mr. Bruce Boyer, Saturday. Mr. weekend with his twin sister, Mrs.
ling early Saturday morning but Boyer is seriously ill and is hopitaliz- Hazel Dubose of Decatur, Georgia.
bbd no luck. They visited his brother ed in Tampa. They returned home They celebrated their birthdays
tllr. Benton Futch of Starke, and on Sunday...She also visited her sister together.Mrs. .
Saturday they visited their aunt Miss Mrs. Cecil Wade, who is in the Truman Norman visited her
Elizabeth Terry for dinner. While hospital for tests. mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sr. on Ill
tUere they visited preacher A. E. Mr. James Ellison of Jacksonville Sunday. Pitry 1rO
Kassey and Mrs. O. J. Anders.I .
We are happy to report that Mr. $ *'.liig Ceitarfiiiiiii7
By Rosier went through surgery fine
Friday and was able to return
kohie Friday afternoon. They plan to -71,1
attend services on Sunday and \\'OVlal. : III
Wednesday.. '
A Mr.. and Mrs. Franklin Camp and jm ._" ,-
aoa Bryan, their daughter, Mrs. Deb- t. j: t; '" 1) O
bid Mosley and her two children, ) ) i
CEristina and Kendle of Baldwin,
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tnttir brother-in-law and sister, Mr. NamolcoMoHMhQLPS ,\ I
and Mrs. Stan Fedak went to Cottonwood :4'G IV
p.
Alabama. They spent the < if C
weekend with their brother and
UEter-in-law, Mr. andMrs.. Paul in.
GOnp] and family.
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Leon Norman, Mrs.
VI Mr. and Mrs.
CUrrie Belle Mosley,: Mrs. Gladys liquid supplements
CHrter, and Mrs. Beulah Norman at-
tattled Mr. Guy Norman's funeral on On AllOrgans
Thursday at Lee High Acres. ,
'Johnny DeVore of Tampa spent the I SALE u
weekend with .his mother, Mrs. .. AT II
s7D W 'Of g ej jsj)pi s- p u B y sy n i api|
B&iline DeVore. "
4 Mrs. Gertrude Eunice spent Tuesdair Greek !
night with her daughter, Mrs. Alligator i
CttJmie Mosley, of Maxvilie and spent

!MrS.Wednesday Pansy Knight morning, also with of her Maxville.sister, Ranch Inc. 844000 In Stock. l1

it[t Henry Hodges and son Mark attend- ,
ettthe stock car races at Lake City on U.S. 301 S. 9646973MolMlxLPS
Saturday night. Hank Hodges' cousin
, SUannon Crew stayed with him onSaturday Is a high quality liquid feed sup-

night. plement with, a molasses base, which supplies oi$1
A Mr. and Mrs. 'Clyde Johnson olQtfenge ; Fri.. & Sat., Nov. 20 & 21
vitamins and trace minerals at
Lake were. guests of Mrs. energy, protein S
lithe Norman on Sunday afternoon. low cost. Scientifically-developed to balance
d Mrs. Sarah Converse has moved to grain and roughage Intake while stimulatingrumen

4U Marl Starke, from Mr actJ"vlty.The: Mol-Mlx/LPS formula aids In I Special on :

and MMrs. Rossie Prevatt's Reddish visited home.UnionPrimitive ;. better feeding efficiency, providing balanced, IF All Band Big Discount
Church on Sunday. : diets for,beef cattle:dairy cattle and sheep. I
IFriends of Glenn Taylor, son ofMM.
Marsha Taylor is in the Baptist I Instruments
drens Hospital,JacksonvUle. Our On Pianos
Fred is his business is still
'en are with him. proud to say grow-

...tel'. George,Mrs. Perry Shuford Nicula and attended her ing... Check these new ,products. f\i[ 38% OffCash e

Debbie Phillip's birthday dinner II Price
Lake Butler,Union Correctional Percirayns I
tUatlon, at Lake Butler, on Sunday,

ember i. James 15th, Waters visited her: Helps stop E. Coli scours with the first V

ta, Mr. and Mrs..Buford Higginm meal in baby'pigs.

of Maxvilie oa: Wednesday.Jacksonville Pordmune ca t help you make more _,. Youll Mil more pig. Aad.fewer w
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a: James Sunday Ellison guest of of Petty Officer "olow-dose".,Yettll probably us lees. oa feed, j

iClass and Mrs. Joe Harris and
11y. Me Hn -
J. C Prevatt,Jr; and his daughter. ProwlOfckmay' ,'
".Ann Landry and son, Kenneth ofesville Wo.. Illfallll F..11" BrasWHfatarttev
were Saturday dinner'
Juts of his mother, Mrs. Carl St""f Ifau
.-vatt, Sr. R0 '
Mr. and with Mrs.his Robert twin Lee sister spent Mrs.the'kend' .rl St.ok fifty Swt.p :

tel Dubos of Decatur, Georgia. _
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Middle School News',.,..,(..'r 'i "'t:,;'.' ; '{. 1tltl1jtrJ: men,, ::,.rm4 MDftf ,m ,tl lrmUmcU"Utl'i\{ g f..,.: ,. r'. '. '.I' .1>..n &.;
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Dates to remember ,, \ ; .,: "\!.!lI' t Pvt Hubert Perry Jrv; Cd mpJetfoh'1 f thiJ'flWii e.Wat1lIe l 4\.q,""ent ,'me' jlorioust service In e
!t:' ,':','tl: ; ,. 'the,soldier; s,a.Jlght- eapo $'infantryman -,' :"perfoin _... /of their'duties
Mrs. Brewer and Ms. hardin are Mrs Valarle Carter," heralde' Pvt. Hubert perry? lc;,. son of Mr. ." on beh4ttr
Tuesday, Nov. 17 2nd Six Weeks Art Club and Mrs. 'and MUanr) ndirect fire \ of'the Army. ,
sponsoring an this year for Margaret Williams and their Hubert B Berry, Sr..of 1122 i .
ends. all interested 6.7 & 8th graders students have moved into the Fine St, Starke has completed One crewman.' j.J Hines, a squad leader.with the 2'00,:
Tuesday, Nov. 24 report cards go talented in art or just interested in PMH portable this week. Needless new Station Unit Training (OSUT) at the Soldier were aught to perform Armored Division is.n 1977 graduate'
home. art. to any of.the duties in a rifle or mortar of Bradford High School. ,"
November They held their first meeting this wy everyone is'so pleased with,the' tj S. Army Infantry School, Ft. Benn- I".' '
Thanksgiving Holiday 'squad. $
past Tuesday in the Art ing, Ga. :
room. Any .
new building and are thrilled to be '
2529. nand He is 1961 of k1radfordHigh
students interested should see Mrs. settling down. OSUT is a 12-week period which a graudate Sgt. Marty D. Chastain

Artist of the week Brewer or Ms. Hardin. Mrs. Clayton's and Ms. Caredio's combines basic combat training and School ,> Marine Sgt. Marty D. Chastain,'sort'
classes advanced Individual training.The CW2 Rldiard M Hall of A. Chastainof 1650
Oct. 21st Lisa Kennedy did a participated today at" the Audley ,Wi
crayon etching.Oct. We would like to take this opportunity Special Olymics at BHS. The damp training included weapons CW2 Richard 'M. Hall left recently Madison Street, Starke' Fla., Ms

28th -Jason Brown did a Pennsylvania to say good-bye to Karen weather did not bother anyone's qualifications squad tactics, patroll- to attend a one month school on the departed on an extended Mediterranean -
German Hex sign mounted Waters. She has served as a BMS spirits and a great time was had by ing, landmine warfare, field com Honeywell DAS t 3 Computer that the deployment. .
on wood. volunteer for three years. Karen will all. munications and combat operations.. DSU Class IX Activity will be receiv He is amember of Company G, 2nd

Nov. 2nd Jennifer Brown made a be married this month and living in ing in 1982. Hall is the Technical Sup-, Battalion,'6th Marines; 32nd Marine- .

landscape in tempera paint. Orlando. Thanks for giving of 90Du Pont Retirees ply Officer for the Activity which is Amphibious Unit, based at Camp Le-:
The office displays these studentsart yourself, Karen Anyone interested in co-located with the 631st Maintenance juene. N.C. While deployed his unit
serving can contact the BMS office Is embarked aboard
the amphibious
work each week. anytime. Company at ,the Starke National'Guard .
Edwards assalt ship USS Siapan.
Armory on Road.
Due Pension Increases Hall is the grandson of local resi During the cruise, the 32nd MAU,
I :lent Rosa Bell Tomlinson. will be participating in training exercises -..
with units of the U.S. 6th Fleet"

I NSULATION More than 90 retired Du Pont Com dar year they have been retired. The Sgt. Waiscel L. Hines, Jr.. and those of allied nations. Port visits .
employees from Forida are scheduled in several Mediterranean ..:-
pany Plant
1/2
percent times years retired increase -\ Sgt. Waiscel L. Hines Jr.son of .
.
coastal
will cities. .
receive an increase in their mon- is a "one-time Cora M. Allen of
only" adjust- 711 E. Brownlee St.
SA VE THA T ENERGY11III thly pensions beginning with ment to recognize the lower retire- Starke, has been decorated with the, The 32nd MAU is the force-in- '

December checks site manager Ken ment income generally received by U.S. Army Commendation Medal at readiness for the 6th Fleet, on call to:
Platt has announced. At its project combined air/ground forces
monthly pensioners who have been retired ,Fort Hood Texas.
meeting, Monday, the company's longer. Pensioners who retired since The Army Commendation Medal is ashore. if necessary.A .
board of directors approved the'In July 1. 1979, will receive adjustmentson awarded to those individuals who 1979 graduate of Bradford High
crease which will affect approximately a graduated basis. demonstrate outstanding achieve- School Chastain joined the Marine
32,000 pensioners company- Corps in April 1979.

wide. "This adjustment is in keeping with

IIS "We're pleased to tell our our continuing practice of periodically Named '
pensioners Judd Executive At.
of this reviewing the status of pensioners :
upward adjustment
:
Platt said.
"Such a review
Platt said. "It is the sixth increase
HOME since takes into account the total retirement <,
COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME 1966. Federal Bank at Richmond VA.
HOUSE. EXTERIOR income related to Du Pont ,
HIGH
R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATIONS Pensioners who retired prior to Ju employment including Social Security. .
FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION ly 1 I. 1979 will receive a uniform 12 and upward adjustments in pensions Thomas C. Judd, a Bradford Count P vice-president at the Communica-.".
e QUALITY INSTALLATION percent increase plus an additional are made when appropriate," native, has been appointed assistant lions and Records Center of the
1/2 percent increase for each calen- he added. Federal Reserve Bank oi Richmond
Fw e.w"P in Culpaper Va., which is in the Fifth

SAVE I I SAVE Helicopters Can Now Land Federal Reserve District. :
964-6956 I at BCH
ON HEATING' I ON COOLING Judd 38, is the son of Mrs. Alia'Judd

DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE Have you missed the heli-pad at training programs with local service Ject involving BCH Alachua General D.A. Judd of Keystone Sr. Heights and the late;,,.

Bradford County Hospital? Due to agencies and hospitals. Hospital Inc. and SharedServicesthe .

specifications of Dept. of Transportation ( firm which operates Stat-Flight). A graduate of Bradford High
the pad was undersize, so it was There is also the potential Stat- Stat-Flight cannot fly on bad School Judd attended the University

I removed. No matter, temporary Flight will participate in such things weather days but on days weather of North Carolina and received a'
Keystone Heights Ads I housing was no longer needed. When as disaster drills. permits Stat-Flight averages a flight Bachelor of Computer Science and
Stat-Flight returns to BCH it can land To
per day. date three patients have Engineering degree from the Univer-'
without the pad.StatFlight Friday Nov. 13, Stat-Flight will be been picked up in Bradford County, sity of Alabama. In addition Judd' ,

I _MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE will return periodically at BCH! for approximately one hour in two from the hospital and one from had done graduate work at the
I to Bradford County to participate in conjunction with a co-operative pro- the accident scene in Lawtey. University of Wisconsin. !

DINGO .AMERICAN _____ ..u u :
LAKE LOT
ALCOHOLICS on sand bottomed
LEGION HALL SR.21. > YMOUSclosed lake In Hillcrest. $800 Judd has worked in the s>'stems'
Saturdays. 7 p.m. and Sundays STEVE BROADWAY Auction Sat Nov. 28 11 department/
meetings Monday's at 8 down. $1 6.44 per month. a.m. physical research and .
2 to 5. Public Invil.d.Ilnchg .
Phone 473. atomic at Duke
p.m. Open meetings Fri. 05S or TREE SERVCERemoval energy University
OVEREATERS 10/15 day's S p.m. Alonon. 473. 367 after 6 p.m. 1600 sq. It. frame duplex hardwood floor 2 and engineering-computer systems/ in
Monday at 8 p.m.. tfnchg 7/30 medical research at the University of

addicted ANONYMOUS--Are, to food? Is your you Alateen-Mondoy't 7 p.m.. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone .. Tiimming/ baths. Building must be moved. Already on North Carolina. He also MTVVI( ,,1! two
All meetings at the Educational Heights owner years as chief of the Aiiimnaiion:
weight' affecting the way Building Community financed 10 in blocks. Hwy 21 between Branch
percent Melrose
the
you live your "life? Call Fret Estimate & Keystone at United Stales Dep Church. 475-2163 tfnchg terest. Lots on clear sand ment of State. '
O.A. No dues no fees no 10/15 bottomed 'lake behind
priced to Western Auto.Campbell'
.
weigh-ins. Open meeting sell from 9900. One to Judd joined the Communicationsand
Tuesday nights at 7:30p : FOR SALE five acres overlooking lake 473.4732 Records Center of the Federal
m at St AnnesEpiscopal Auction Service
Church. (access available) with : After 5 P.M. Reserve Bank of Richmond 1

Keystone Heights. MAHAN PECANS for sole $500 nice down trees $50 from a month.Commercial $3.500. :: Keystant Heights Keystone Heights 473-7028 or 4752329For Culpeper, Va. in September'1980 as
Communications Officer.Classified .
Meetings also held B.st nuts in y.orsl! Thin .
frontage- J Your Auction Need Cell A Professional
Thursdays at 9:30: a.m. in shelled. 1.2.000 IDS. W. A. investment 111,11.u- J
the Starke Recreational Scales 473. 378. 11/12 SR.21N. Owner-salesman.opportunity. .
Bldg In Starke. For information 4tchg 12/03 473-4375. tfnchg 8/6 j 1 HuntleyR.df..rn's y --------

call 473-2790 or emergency 964 8587.help 90 INCH: SOFA round coffee. .AKC DOBERMANS-Top i, r)., .. -1. .."JJ4A. .. .... '
or table' stationary bfke'ex-' quality only. You or. in" 'SK.VI't .Itrrn, II" ';" "1 ",. ,, -. .........S...,' ... ;
8/27 '
tfnchg erciser. 473.4920 Itpd vited to visit, our kennels. "1; H/CHleH J GetteeI : ,. ,
LONELY* Ads
Stamp for free In 11/19 4751228. t-

formation. New SinglesMagazine WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN joe 'tQefftoducttve 7/ tJlt
Box 880-(G9)) tfnchq 7/2 ea
Boynton Beach Fl. 334354tpd Wg I 473 4kS2 800 LOMAX STREET,JACKSONVILLE ((904)) 4.2817
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Classified Ads
M 4 11/26 Get Results !
( tepelrs Of ...|.rI Get
I Electric Apellentss e ABORTION TO 14 WEEKS Results

YARD SALE PERSONAL Senrlno sVoctford S Cloy e OUTPATIENT TUBAL LIGATIONA
FORRENTFURNISHED .
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BIG YARD SALE Saturday. SERVICES NON.PROFIT
COTTAGE I Lawrence Lid QUALITY HEALTH CARE CENTER SINCE 1973
November 21. at 9.00 a.m. Keys ran*
Hughe and CARPENTER WORKs bedroom. 1 bath, furnished
Kirtley on
Center St near Womens Remodeling work kitchen cottage on Little Lake Starke Ads '
Club Christmas toys, cabinets and trimcorp.nt.r. Geneva $225 per month. con t.:

games clothes and much Reasonable Keystone Heights Realty
mon 473-2498 Itchg prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Realtor 473. 961 tfnchg C -Union
ONE HALF County Ads- I
I H I 19GARAGE 473-7054 between 7:30: O DOUBLE OFFICE

SAlE Friday and a.m. to 5:30: p.m. tfnchg for rent a/c. "We Pickup Butcher, ChIll Cut and Wrap"
Saturday, corner of P.con 7/2 coroetina. $80 per month. VFOR
and Grov. Streets electric CARPENTRY AND 470 Lawrence Blvd. PERSONAL HELP WANTEDJOBS
guitar and amplifier MASONARV WORK build Keystone 473-4472 Jackie SERVICES SALE WANTED
stereo bar stools patios, additions, remodeling OFFICE SPACE for rent ,
breakfast nook clolhei homes and tile' work. Keystone Office Center OVERSEAS. BIG 1974 EL CAMINO CLASSIC MOBILE HOMES WANTED:: '"
and lots more. Itpd 11/19 Also painting. Fr.. call 475-2160 after 4.00: CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: MONEY FAST $20.000 to Good condition, bucket Will pay cash for your used '
GARAGE SAlE SR 2H estimates. Phone 473-4473 p.m. tfnchglo/29 Free estimates. Local $50.000 plus per year. CallI.716.S .eat. automatic, 350 V8. mobile home. Ray Powell HARDEE'S MEAT MARKETFrom r
Keystone i mile from GizmO during day. tfnchg 8/6 PLUSHLY FURNISHED one distribute for completely 2 6000, Ext. 5005. power steering brakes.air 496-3377 TFN 4/16.
''i Saturday Novembei UNWANTED HAIR bedroom flat. In historical washable nationally $1.593 firm. 431-1114 WANTED TO RENTs 3 I the Pen to the fan

21 lOOOtoS OOp.m. lichc, DESTROYED FOREVER building downtown advertised Gard..". REAL after 5pm. TFN. bedroom house or oppart- % W. malo.," Easier forYou, ....,
II 19YARD Why settle for temporary? Melrose. $175 per month Draperies. S&W Enter REGISTERED DEER AND FOXHOUNDS muM within 5 miles of
SALE Friday and Call for appointment call 475.1222 1I/1921chg prises. Ed or Loma ESTATE : For sale. Contact lake Butler. Phone

Saturday 9 00 a m. till 3 00 4737033. Amy' Elec FOR RENT 2 Bedroom furnished Stephen. 4962219. Marvin Griffi at 431-1108 496-2133. Itpd 11/19. 2U E. Washington St. Open Monday Saturday
p.m Used items plus new trolysis. 490 LawrenceBlvd. on Spring Lake 5/I/80TFN. LOOKING FOR o.special or 4311285. 2tpd 11/19. INSURANCEMAINES St...., Florida 32091 ,".6725
Christmas decorations .. Keystone. 9/24 tfn $185 per month. 1.269.1917 CUSTOM: COMBINE WORK piece of property If Idon't I 11/26. .
Call Joe Usher have if, Ill find it.Justosk..JfrNE
from recently closed store. EXPERT carpentry great RENTAL 3 BEDROOM log 496.2126 or 1979 FORD COURIER S
Three fourths of a mile referrences. ..oll.'octionguoranl..d. cabin furnished Keystonearea. 4962903. TFN 8/20. S. USHER speed transmission, 2300 INSURANCE AGENCY SCHOOLS .
EXPERIENCED MOTHERs REALTOR 'w "9 .2126 or ; 160 S. lake Ave.. Loki LAND
south of the intersectionon Call 475-2854 $250 per month plussecurity Engine. 4 new radial tires,
Hwy. 21 In Melrose. before 8 a.m. or after 7 deposit. 473.2354 Keep your child weekdays 4962903.eves... Your topper fully carpeted bed Butler. 4963978. Complete FOR SALE
Itpd It 19 p.m. 9/24 tfnPAINTINGWALL KEYSTONE AREANew 3'' from 7 of a.m. to 6 p.m. Plenty 3/26.Union Com. ly-. Realtor tfn AM.FM stereo cassette Insurance Service.,TFN .

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PAPERING supervision.reasonable player. Phone 4962679.
November 20 and 21 from pressure washing free bedroom 2 bath brick rates Call FOR All YOU REAL ESTATE TFN 11/12. FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS LAKE SANTA FE LOT 120
.
home .
10 to 4 p.m. Clothingbooks .. estimates. Expert Croft. with garage and access 496-3731. Keep trying. NEEDSCa",V.n.ro Brown STEEL 1SS GAL. KEROSENE I ,- .I ft.of 'lake 'front Lots, of
to Lake
.--magazines. S cents manshipl' 473.3773 TFN Bedford I Itchg 11/12. 4963022Sandy Haien FUEL TANK: 7,' high call 5.isd-Tn.ck Dlve,. trees. Unique prop.rty.iprlvol. ir
large wooded lot $400 REDUCE SAFE AND FAST 496-3994 eves or Gerrl ten- AND ADDING
to $50. Dishes-.tools-- "" per : after 5.30 4962258. area. Invest
month first and with .. p.m. OtN..vy Iqu...-. now
dropes--lamps--misc. Weston YARD WORK-HOUSE WORK last month GoB. Capsules and non 4963140. T.lfln'and Itpd 11/19. MACHINES FOR 38500. 378 9750. 10/ *
Pecan past school left painting, hauling. plus damage deposit. One E-Vap "water pills" An. Owens, Inci Realtors Rt. 2 WASHER $150: Dryer $95. RENT Union County Times, rou,-._ 4tchg 11/19
at Paradise, Ridge to anything I 475-1720 before year lease. Call 964 8073. drews Drug. 225 W. Main. Box 788. Lake Butler'' FL. double bed $60 twin bed 85 SW 2nd Ave., lake ._ 40 HEAVILY WOODED,
Garden St. follow signs.. 9,00 a.m. or alter 5.00 p.m. SMALL HOUSE on Johnson 2tpd 11/12 11/19. tfn chg. 8/6. $45 frost free refrigerator Butler We also r.polrO", ACRES with good
LAND flee hunting
Itpd II 19 Honest-Reliable! 4tpd 11/5 Lake. Furnished. $ISO oer FOR SALE Providence $150 queen sue bedroom machines, Phon. 3 miles NE of ;
GARAGE AND XMAS CRAFT month first and last monthIn ; Mike McNabb 2 1/2 acre and 5 suite cost over $1300 496-2261 for more Informa Th. $1500 I courthouse?

SALE Saturday..9.00 to 4:00 CARS advance plus $50 acre tracts: $3,000 per new-$6SO recliner $75, tion. TFN 10/1. per. acre. Ownerfinanced
., Roof Repairs acre Bate Real Estate hide-a bed with :MOBILE HOME ,LOT Forrent. Imazemak.r Frances Mann,
p.m. %.W0j1 decoralon.. TRUCKS damage security deposit. matching
7520895. 4tpd. IO/27, I 11/4 Phone 4962308. TFN ",... Realty Inc' Realtor.
Sesame Street toys, Ping Call 4732578. Itchg 11/19 Sky Lights Installed 11/11 11/18. choir $225. Sealey king ""9. .111 Hair Sl/llnf 8.W 374-4999 or

Pong Table encyclopedias 175 CHEVY PICK-UP withcamper MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom Gutter Instated 4 WEEKLY SPECIAL' AAA Real size bed $175. used Simmons ISO ACRES FOR RENT 20 U.S. 801 N.. SUrke II. 194tchg 1210f 378-0442.

books more.. Off w.ight set. top. $1,500 call 1'/! bath on canal Mobile Home Roofs' Estate offers an attractive bed double$95 bed color$175.qu..n ., acres wooded. good farm (croM from Powell') ,

on Immokalee Rd.Hwy ItpdII 100 4752900. Itpd 11/19 overlooking Lok. Geneva. RepairedAlumInum 3 bedroom. 2 both home TV 2 years old $373 console land. New River Ar_. Oper. Debra Norman' ACREAGE ,_
19YARD IflO FAIRMONT statior $200 per mo. Call 37S.,<
SAlE Friday and wagon. Air conditioned days or 376.4766. even mirrored wall' 'in. master $450 matching Simmons ,offer1 3 p.m. phone 9 $6500. Cash or Sub.
Saturday November AM/FM. 16.000 miles ings. 11/194tchg 1210WANTED Installed bedroom, large f.nc.d and twin beds brand new cost 473. 038. lou Brown. 4tchg Special -

2021. 9:00 to 500. 16Mm 471-7200. 9 am til 5 pm Quality Workmanshipat picket fenced back yard. $200 per set-now $140 per 11/12 ")"9 11/26 12/3. All Perms $5. off Terms.Ca............
I 12X40
furniture Sound Movie, Protector Itchg 11/19 fair prices Available 1ISO 4th. now Terrace.Phone vidence.let. Phone. 755.2397. Pro RENT MOBILE 2 bedroom, HOME I FOR 1/2 Shampoo & Set $5.50Ad Hwy 'lOOS-lAc.'

rugs plumbing USED WILSON T-JOOO tennis 498-3819 496-3814 for appointment. bath, furnished A/C Good tkm 11/25/81 I Lot-S4.0OO... .
fixtures clothing misc. OAK OR PINE "FIREWOODFOR : a a. C ....
Park of the Palms Hwy.100Keystone HELP racquets call 473-2210 or Itchg 11/19 SALE: $35 for 1/2 cordd.liv.r.d. :washer dryer, I ocr. lot. I
Country
Club-Hwy.230
473-4380 after 5:00: Providence. $200
WANTEDWORKING p.m. Phone per
Heights. Itpd TFN 1029CARPENTER Chuck at 2.3 Ac. Zoned CIA,
I
'month. Phone 755.2397. GENE REESE ,
11.9SAT. 496-3839.
CLASS HEROES WANTED WORK High Cost qf Living Got You Down? 1 llpd 11/19. Itchg 11/12. REALTYGENE I 520.000.a..a.......
.. NOV. 21i Furniture Keystone
toys and clothing. 315 ing Employment Keystone Service. Serv Heights/Metros area. VENERA MOWN '* TIFFIN 0 OWENS/ INC.,' REESE REALTOR 10 Acres large barn. I II
Heights and Call Fred. I stocked pond 12
473-2903. 11/12 *" .OOO. [
Jasmine Avenue. K.yston. Melrose area. low '... 49e-3022 Mt'OSSvMeSIa
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Heights llchg 11/19 473-4472. 10/8 tfn MUSTANGS top dollar for WANTED Pay LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow ISJ ....-..... ENERGY EFFICIENTWelkte $4000 .dn. Assum".*e mig.aeaa .
FRIDAY & SATURDAYS wrecked or Gerrl Keystone .school 3
Across from Keystone lunk| mustangs. Call taking'applications fortt-2-3-4 BR 494-3140 lennon 0 ,1131 NW 3th St. BR. with fireplace. Very Acres Well, 'power!
HOMES FOR (9043980341.) I Don Celnesvllle. fl. I pole 10200.
High. Electric guitar and 11/12 4tpd 12/03 Barry. August occupancy. These all, electric ,. neat.. 'Allum.9oar>> VAmtg. ...........
: ,9CU.7.77SO, $3'.500.
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bike
amplifier sewing SALE WANTED WEIELO UNIFORM units are spacious with lots'of closet t 10 Acres, Ig. :
: OAK FOREST-3 BR. I BA pines,
machine furniture table
site 10-12 (medium) In space and all have .BEST BUY AROUND trick 3 Ited........ I'/t beth, $ .lIy 0'45I '. ,.*. live oak, .$23.000. +
and chairs toys cloIh.s.toots. GOING OVER SEAS-MUST good condition. walJ-to-wall'carpet- room. CH/A Carpeted. 322 Acre fenced Pe.", ,.'with ...........
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bar stools stereo, SILL cute 2 bedroom reasonable price. Phone 'ng, drapes and kitchen appliance. Onsite timber, 2 ,ponds trailer Neok-wp, close to.Rolferd, fruit, tree funk Extra well <

breakfast nook and lots beautiful hows. lake aces*. 473.2976 after 6 and laundry facilities. Rental assistance Highway 121 froit... Cell Oerrl for .....11.. mobile septic home so be that ad. We Are NowIn
more. Itpd 11/19) large wooded weekends. 11/19 2tpd $SOO DOWN will ,.. may Our
lot, aMumoble for qualified applicants. ONLY buy rkls cere lot. high end j ded. SJt.900. New Offices
BIG lAIN SAlli Saturday mortgage 11/26 dry. heavily wooded. .beeutlM'"'-.Ita. Owner financed. .' LAK LOTS. Hwy. 301 S. In Lawtty
at 9%! .. call 'I BIDG. LOTS.
9 til S WANTED For
only. am pm. Many owner IUI'DNSIIU100MMATI applications and information Off 23A. Owner Com See Ui .
473-2733. financed
Herns large and small. OnComm.rclal tfnchg 10/29 to share .t'12%
house located please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake ) 1 with 20% down iacat.d1C..ton.M.Io.
warehouse.Circle Inlagassee's Keystone>> and Storke.between Call Butler, Florida 32054 ,or Call 496-3141. W. hove ,top quality/ ac..;.. with" affordable. prices .. area. I i Janet M.. Starling!
looking' for farms, reel estet er Investment property., I ,
Robert after 430 .. Office 47So707' Realtor 712-39)1
Follow signs.. Hchc 11/19 : p.m. Equal Housing Oppprtunity. *. I
473-7119. Itpd, 11,9, CalIUe.W.unftoeorIcfovyo.' Jo;. I Eve... Bob. Moor. Michael Cooneyov

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CLASSIFIED AD YARD SALESAT (fOR RENT PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE HOMES I

Deadline for a classifiedad r SERVICES FOR SALE il 91l
is TUESDAY NOON a SUN Nov. 21 and 22. .
MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL': USED ALUMINUM PLATES: COLOR TV 2.lnch.Ph.lco..
preceding Thursdaybefore 888 W. Madison St.. HOME PARK mobile home. BILL'S SAW SHOPs Complete 24 x 36" :258 each. Used in 22-Inch ceramic Christmas KEYSTONE-STARKE AREA, I I :
Slark.tpd 11/19
publication. and space for rent. sharpening service, circular printing of newspapers. tree Phone 964.424 after6pm.
New home for tale. Also
1130
Minimum charge $2.50 W. MADISON STl Sat. Recreational vehicle, hand carbide Great for minor repairing Itpd 11/19 rWilleJarREALTY
(Cover 15 Words) and Sun. 10 am.til 4 pm. elcome. Phone 468-2912.. chain, mower blade hollow lobs.. Bradford County OFFICE ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS quality built homes, S22 !
Each word Plants, new Items-used I.chg' ground and balanced. Telegraph. 964.6305. tin. !prices, $135 to per sq. ft. built on your lot I '
over 15 is
10'Hot ,items, handmade goods, HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Leave at Jackson Building NEW, CARPET NEW t USED $140 each. Call 9645807. or ours: Adams 8 Hall, +
responsible for errors llpd 11/19 room, TV, and air Supply In Starke, Keystone Furniture t Appliances. ll/192tchg 11/26 473.2056 or 473-2128. 6.4 :

when given over the FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE Underwood Motel 3 miles Heights or Lake Butler. Plumb. fixtures and pipes. POODLES Miniature. Born TFchg. I_ iJ' ...

phone or when copy Is not Refrigerator, end tables, North of Starke on Hwy. TFchg BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 Sept. 18. $50 each. Call CUSTOM HOMES now ; PHONE 964-7776
bed, 301. 10/9 Hn ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS South 9646679. 2/5 under construction CECILI
and boy a girls winter offer 5:30: pm. 9648276.
typed'' brought to the clothe Fri. and Sat., Nov. MOBILE HOMES Highway 16' : tlnchg Itchg 11/19 overlooking Storke Country ERWILI GAR 205 N. Temple Stark. PR

office. _- 20 and 21. 8 am til ?? 712 and Hwy. 16 and 225. Phone 964-9148 or 9647619. LIME ROCK, 20 yard semi- LOT *2lt 1'/!< acres with Club. Adorns and Hall ....'". t

Bridges St., Starke. Itpd Clean Cal! 468.1323.,3112 TFchg load only Phone garage, 20 x 36 ft. Land. Builders. Phone 473.2056 irS INCREDIBLE!
11/19 tfn SEWING MACHINES 7(2-3172, lawtey. ALLEN scoped, fruit trees, berry or 473.2128. 6/4 TFchg. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
YARD SALE 3 BR. I BA LIVING ROOM. REPAIRED All makes TAYLOR. 7/30 tin
THREE FAMILIES Clothes lor bushes, etc. All utilities- 3 BR HOME Work shop,
all Several different dining room I kitchen cleaned, oiled, and ad- DO-DROP-.1N BARGAIN electricity water sewer-6 barns, trailer hookup on SPECIAL
BIO BARN SALE Friday and ages. central heat and air. In lusted. $19. Work HOUSE 301 South mi. north from Starke on 9 acres SR-100 S. Coll _
Saturday. Furnltur., Items. SR.16 east 'II mile Hampton. Phone 4681779. guaranteed James 9(4-6740. We Buy and Sell SR229. Anyday except 964-8350. 48500. 10 01 RD. 230 A 7TH DAY ADV. CHURCH
out of city limits on the ((1st months rent In ad. Strickland, Used Furniture and Ap
desks tools, cloths corner MorganRd. Tuesday and Wednesday
(baby tfnchg 680 ft.
left. Neat frame bldg. Approx. sq.
Doublewide trailer.
tfn.RECONDITIONED .
tin S/13
and adult), torn dishes vance.)5/7) and Hwy 16. TFchg pliances. Whispering Pines Estates. CONCRETE BLOCKhouse
Look for signs, Saturday TRAILER LOTS High and dry: CHAIN LINK FENCE 'Install TVSt Colors 11I91fn SMALL Four rooms; '/2 bath, carpet. 2 gas
Lots of oth.tthings.
motorcycle.. US-30) Nov. 21. Itpd 11/19 oak shade trees,' 2 miles ed. Free estimates. HandyMan starting at 10000. .x24 TANDEM AXLE trailer on 2'1 acres of land. heaters, A/C Lot 100'x125'.
south SATURDAY ONLY Motorcycle South on US-301. 9648238. Fence Co. 9648559. Trade-Ins welcome Phone for sale. Has 4 ft. sides Has fireplace, great room
across from Indian Rivei baby clothes, misc. 9/3 tfn TFpd.12/81 964.8212.6/11 tin $1600 best offer kitchen, 1 BR (with
fruit stand. R.d barn look clothes, toys, lots of misc. ON KINGSLEY LAKE Small TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call USED COLOR TV'S: Carters 964.S327.or Itpd 11/19 shower). Utility hop., Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with

for sign. 10/15 tfn. On Morgan Rd., between cottage with heat and air. the Office Shop, 110 W. TV. 782-3577. We accept CAMPER Shasta '72 model; Beautiful landscaping. SR. low maintenance adult housing offering charm,

GIGANTIC YARD SALE: Frl SR-16 and US-301 north. Nov 19 thru May 15. Call St., Starke, for details, VISA and MasterCharge. IS'/t ft. Sleeps 6, 230A frontage. $23.000. comfort A quality together with energy efficiency
and Sat. US-30I, south of Itpd 11/19 Winter rates NO PETS. 964.5764. If n. 10/15 IfnMOalLI Refrigerator new tires Call 964.8226. anytime,, * * * *

lawtey. 7 am til 6 pm. Nice BIG RUMMAGE SALE: Friday Call 533.2366. Deposit re- GLASS CUT TO ORDER HOMI SERVICE $1200. Sears Jon-Boat, Ask for Mrs. Mauger 'EXECUTIVE HOUSE ON GOLF COURSE-Absolutely

women* and men clothes and Saturday. 9 am til 4 quired. 10/22 tfn Doors, windows, etc. POLES 100 amps $135.: $110. Ph. 964.5388. Itchg 11 122tpd II 19 beautiful. Brick home, 4 BR, 2% BA, study all appliances,
and much much mar. pm. lots ol items to choose UPSTAIRS APARTMENT] 404N. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 200 amps $225. Call 11/19 FRESHLY PAINTED t PAPERED deck pool. Approx. 2B30 sq. ft. on 1 acc.. paved circle
Look for signs.11'19 2tchg from. Also have large sixes Cherry St. New carpet: 9646078. Orders also anytime 964.6365, Slarke. WILL BE BALING ALISHA : 3 bedroom concrete driveway 2-car garage landscaped and in excellent con
11/26 for SR-100. behind stove and refrig. NO PETS. taken In Lake Butler 10/29 tfn HAY Saturday Nov. 21, block home. Kitchen, large dition.61S .

MOVING Must sell loads ofgoodl. women Church. $199 per mo., $100 security 496.3079 and Keystone GAS HEATERS, gas stoves,, after 12 noon. Bayless dining living' room with MELTON TERRACE-Attractlve brick 3 BR. 2 BA, CHI A,

... Sat.. Nov. 21, 9 Calvary Itpd 11/19 Baptist deposit. Call 964.8082 after Heights, 4734973. 2/26 electric stove: mist fur. Hwy. $2.00 per bale, in fireplace. family room carpeted, panelled drapes, chain link fence around yard.
am til 4 pm. 1148 Clark St. 6 pm. 10/29 tfn tfn. nlture; lamps. Call field. 9647789. I Itchg laundry and *hop. Small '215 W. WASHINGTON-Zoned commercial. Charm t com
PRIVATE TRAILER LOTS In BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 9646365. 10/29 Ifn
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11 19BUNK
(b.hlnd Powell Dairy tree and ft. CH/A carpeted drapes 4 extra
yard 2,000
many fort. Appro sq.
HELP country. 2'/i miles from SERVICE Bradford Countyresidential WHITE LEGHORN HENS. Call
BEDS,
$75
Freeze, Starke). Exorcise thrubs. $24.000. $9.000 lots. Owner financed.
Starke. Owner furnishes'water pump-outs, 431-1303 between 5 and .
(separately, $40 each). .
btke, guitar, furniture, etc. WANTEDINFORMATION down, seller assumes mortgage 'LAKE SANTA FE-Custom built w/everything you con Im
all other hookups $50. We also relay drain 6:30: pm. No collect call,. Whirlpool 18,000 btu A'C
lipd 11/19 are* In. Call 964-6365 lines. Phone 9648121. ll/122tpd 11/19 with saving cycle at 12%; Calls taken .. 3 BR. 3 BABA, 2200 q.lt. 2 story, well Insul. CH A on
SAT. NOV. 21 Children to ON energy Friday thru Tuesday SO ft. water. Invest nowl I IRD
anytime. 10/29 tin 5/28 TFchg t MOS. OLD REFRIGERATOR: (still under warranty). evening 2 ac.. 3-car garage on
adult clothing: jewelry ALASKAN AND OVERSEAS SMALL HOUSE on Johnson WILL DO SEWING In my $350. Call only if In: Great condition. Sold for 964.7582. II 12 3tpd I* E < ROOM TO ROAM..- 8 oere* t nearly new Ig.

and much more. Elsie Nor. tmployment. Excellent In. Lake Furnished. $150 per home. Call 9648057. Itchg terested. 964.8677 after 6 $475 will sell for $395 II 26 brick home: CH&A; fully insulated; 2 car garage;

man. 4', ml. north ofStork. come Potential call month, first and last monthIn 11,9 pm. 1II122tchg 11/19 Phone 9648334. II 19 fireplaces; alarm system; Intercom w'stereo: screened
., US301. Itchg 312-741-9780/ ext. 425$. advance, plus .$50 WILL DO GENERAL REPAIR KENMORE reconditionedstoves. 2tchg II'26 back porch; water softener; one lot with home has welt

11)19;) 10/29 4lpd 11/19 security deposit. Call WORK Carpentry roofing $75 ea: 2.GE No. septic tank electricity a can have a trailer.

SAT A SUN Nov. 21 and 22. LADY 45-40. YRS. OF AGE 4732578. Itchg 11/19 and painting. Ph. 7823669. frost refrigerators excellent CARS Strawberry HOMES Acres 38R. 'COUNTRY ESTATE.- CB home 4 yr old w/approx. 2000
128 North Orange St., to do light housekeepingfor TWO 12x60 MOBILE HOMES FREE ESTIMATES. 11/19 condition $100 ft.; 24 acSR IS near Hampton Lake 3 BR 2 B. 2
2BA, '.21 acres, fenced q.
her keep. Must be TRUCKS ,
nonsmoker -
each on one acre. Unfurnished 1126BABYSITTING each. 964.7251.; II / 12
2tchg
crostfene-
Starke. Four families. drink.r. Call stocked ponds. $$(,000. fireplace, CHIA: S Ig. barn, pond, fenced
Clothes (all slies), non- except appliances. : Any age. 2tchg 11/19 ............. ed. Amazing value 113000.
4732736. Itchg 11/19 $150 mo., plus ..ecurltyd.po.it. Mother of 2 old WHITE FACE HEIFER 2 It73 SUPER BEETLE New .
household good.; sports NEED LIVE-IN COMPANIONfor per yr. concerned : yrs. Lawtey 3 BR. I blk. from 'COUNTRY CLUB New luxurious well designed well
Call 964.5734 after with Michelin radials
teaching old. Bred. $30000 Call paint; ;
equipment misc. Item. 9 school shady.$26,000. built home w/fireplace, huge walk-in closets
elderly' lady. Room 4 pm. Itchg 11/19 playing and caring for 964.6528. Itpd 11,19 good condition. $1800. Call .
am til 4 pm. Itchg 11/19 Reduced $22.000.Award 'KINGSLEY LAKE Brick duplex Rent or use as home)
board, and Contact
salary. FURNISHED APARTMENT 964.7682 11/051in
children. Good meals and "/ FT. CHRISTMAS TREE, artificial
GIANT 4 FAMILY GARAGE .ffffA.ff./ One of Bradford finestesldences.
a HOME
301 S 33 ACRES -
Box 41642. Jacksonville l*'9 VW BUG Good secondcar.
$150 per month. Millard snacks. N. Orange St. Canadian Pine. Excellent
, SALE: Furniture baby Florida 32203. 1 Itchg 11/19 Judd. 127 Lafayette St.. 964.5608 after .4, pm or condition. Easy to $625 or best oiler Winning newly over 3000 sq. ft.: fine acreage, barns, split
items, mail appliance. TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offer Starke. Itchg 1119IN weekends Itchg 11/19 set up. Ne.d smaller tree. 4681509. Itpd 1119 remodeled home on ail fence. Well kept.
1023 Eastwood Sr., next tcSouthslli. PLENTY OF MONEY STARKE: 2 BR. unfurnished WOULD LIKE TO DO YOUR Call 964.5680 alter 6 pm. 1974 MAVERICK 2-door 6 Hwy. 100E. Must see to .BROOKLYN LAKE-Cozy Board I Batten cottage, CHtA

Elem. School. E plus cash bonuses fringe house. $160 per month, BOOKKEEPING, In my Itpd 11,19 cyl.. Auto trans, air conditioned appreciate. Screened '1121 BE5SENT RD.,-Lg. corner lot nice landscape; 3BR
am til ?? Sat., Nov. 21. benefits to mature individual first and last month plus home. Refereences SNAP CORN: 2700 Ibs.. power steering porches, front a back I 2B, CHtA has attic fan; patio; fenced back yard; 14 x 28

llchgll I" 19 In Starke area. damage deposit In ad. available low monthly fee $7.00 per 100 lb. Call radio and heater 45,000 utility workshop lighted shed.'EPPERSON .
BIG GARAGE SALE Clothe, Regardless of experience, vance. Call 473.3246 after of$75. Call 964-5608 even- 4681509. Itpd II. 19 miles. 22, 24 mpg cen H/A, range, ref rig., ST. Owner fin CB.3 BR I'/, I. CHtA.

sho.*. hats toys, dishes, write A. N. Sears Pr... 5:30: pm. 11/193tchg 12/03 ings. Itchg 11/19 TOOLS. FORKLIFT., air compressor Prlce-l895. Phone $41.000.......s..f.. 'DAVIS ST. OFF 301 9 Ac. more or less- owner fin.. Has
*tro; +,."' .r..tc:'Bryan's-This Texas Refinery, Corp. Box. -'''--- chain saw tiller 4734508. Held I I1M9197trJ : potential for mobile home park.
3BR, 2Batn
'n That Shop>' corner r SR.16and 711, Fort Worth. Texas,* ..CqMMERCIALPROPERTY" '..,(Ji:| -Wheel' Kee mower.icon-; > >QJUU.A.C.) ..ASTRt: 5IIper"rgol.':3 Iota In"Soufhgotew16'x23' AlfORP .-...,Frame ''3 BR 1 B'bars'; t stobl.s'pool;
{
761Otltchq,1Eel r <*K I' r 08ILE'I' *. crete other f 3.sp5ed.4-cyr$800. Good
tIS-30F((old Gul,* .K i >. V"U. saw. Many screened fenced/crossfenced. Only 523,500.
SOLICITORS
tiftANow, taking layaway TELEPHONE HOMES' items Sat. & Sun. 888 W. econd car. 7823716.. patio, utility bldg. Price '1091 COLLEY RD. Brick 3 BR. 1'8' VA loan ol
needed for Starke and surrounding II 19
for Christmas. I 11 I. 19 Madison St. Itpd 11/19 Itchg $35.000.
areas. Pleasant FOR SALE 1975 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL inc. patio furn., misc., 526,305.c9'.Selling< price
KEROSENE CYLINDER
w's.tend
tfn BRADFORD MINI lawn tools, riding lawnmower '1026 EASTWOOD DRIVE CB 3 BRI' ,B. on quiet street
phone personality a must. and 44 of fuel. : door excellent
HURS.-SAT. Householditems Apply at Gainesville Sun WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX gal. washer a dryer, I '334 N. MYRTLE CHtA. Assum. mart., owner will take
Stand attaches. to house. condition/ fully lood.d.SI500.CaIl9004.7464.1I.19.
toys clothes, some 408 S. Walnut St., Slarke. for sale 80 pet. I9BI MOBILE HOMES 4734310. Itpd 11/19 refrig... range-$35.000. back second. Attractive Interiors)
families. owner financing availableat payments starting at fff R..f.ffa 750 tank 250
furniture. Two 9648170. Itchg 11/19 '5 AC. NEAR HAMPTON-Fenfed gal. septic
11 26
AKC BOXER PUPPIES Seven 2tchg
SR-229A, off SR-16, toward CITY OF. HAMPTON is now 11 pct. I'/. acres with $147.00 per month. John weeks old Fawn,) black 14 EACH Phone Co. 3BR. 2Bo., Spanish style ft. well. $21,000. Financing available
for Phone
prison. LooK for signs. I Itpd accepting applications fora room 473-2735.9/24 expansion. tin Brown Mobile Home mask. White marking. pickups, and vans. Low home on spacious lot inStork. LOT 7 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES.$5.000.

;M-M9: full time policeman. Applicants owner Center 473-3779.4/9 Tails docked. Wormed. mileage. 1977s thru .....$32.000........... .3 LOTS IN FIVE OAKS-S15.000..
AUCTION 11:00: am., Sat., mutt have a high tfnchg. Good blood lines. $150 1974' $1500 to $1900. .!.3.9S ACRES IN CITY-S21.000.
Nov. 21. Refrigerator school diploma or GED WANTEDGOOD "'/ %I '"Price Leaders of each. 964-5301. ltpd It,''19 North Florida Trucks 5601 'GENEVA LAKE ESTATES.Woodedt ae. corner lot

cjothes' dryer water equivalent: be able to the South" with the lowest SEIGLER HEATER'65.000 btu NW 13th St.. Gainesville. WvArfNow tt.000-S4.000 dn., owner fin. S4.000 for S yrs M. pay.
cTrjoler. paint tables. work rotating shifts; must rate of 16 1/2 percent gas. Fan type Wall fur. 3748828. 119 4tchg In Our New OJj'ict'xHwy. $11.".
PRICES PAID for used 301 S, LoulevComfSveUs.
jc>>olr typewriter hove a minimum of hours mobile home If large selection of 12, 14 nace. 15000. 964.5503. 12,10 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES- truly beautiful home I I 3 BR. 3BA

E.1:> kwfll.r. welding, unit with Police Training board I is 3/4 paid or more.mortgage OliN'S and 24 wides. Factory owned Itpd 11119fURNITURE 1972 CHEVELLE $500 or best on 1.3 Ac- huge family room w/fireplace. This home
and receive credits from and operated. COM SALE Semi- oiler. Call 964.5734 after 4
Ipoeloble power unit large MOBILE HOME SALES. Janet M. Starling has everything I
paper cutter marble foi Florida Department of law 964.5606. Open 7 days MUNITY MOBILE HOME truck load from High Point, pm. Itchg 11 19 'PRICED TO SELL Lovely lot on Lk. Geneva SRIOO.
tabletop carpet Enforcement Apply City of weekly. TFchgWE SALES. Highway 301N. N.C. Big Boy wall huggerrecliners. ..... 1973 FORD 4X4: New Realtor, 712-3)31 24200.

restaurant and concessionaire Hampton. Ham'pton.Florida BUY AXLES ft TIRES: w Stark. Open 7 days a traditional living engine clutch, brakes. Michael B. Coaney '40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA HI and dry with pecan trees
32044. 11/19 2tchg sofas and choirs. Colonial 4-speed Good condition. Assoc. 964.1521Carpentry
equipment of ol axles 44 tires $135.00.Del. week. 964-8741 10/29 tfn."II room Realtor A..aclale.-Aft.r Hour
types, ice machine, mobile 11/26 to Olin MH. Hwy. 100 RIVER OAKS MOBILE and contemporaryand $2.000 or best offer., Phone Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Solesman 964.6593
7823770. 11 19
Hide-A-Beds. Itpd
concession stand fountainhead Motorcycle W Starke. 964.5606. TFchg HOME 2 bedroom full Tempi Fred Sackett Broker-Salesman' 461-1664
Work
I960 DODGE 4-door
J and much much WANT TO BUY, used baths 6 mas. old. Asking Ave., across fromWinkler' pickup Byron Terwlllegar-9 Martha Dorko-782-3397
old Texaco truck 4-speed transmis
at Glen Nettles &
more. At the Pocket 1973HARLEV DAVIDSON typewriters and adding S4.000.00 and lake over station. Itpd II. 19 lion slant 6cyl. Tires in Anne Terwillegor lion-47S-l677
8,600 mile machine Must be In $277.04 payments Call Arthur Masters
the
from Electro-glide.
,
Chang. across COME SEE US AT THE HOUSEOF good condition 2 new
condition
Waldo Flea Market Itchg 3000. Call 9648417. working 481-4491 anytime 10/29 tires. be
9645764. tin 2/12. BARGAINS in Lawtey. spore May seen at >* Free Estimates -

MOBILE HOME Axles with 1973 Stchg ARGOl 11/26 12x63. 2 BR. H> Full line of clothing: lawtey II Water 19Fir.wood Department. *. Low Prices Oil & Gas

v- Our Feed Prices tires. Will pay $129. Phone BA. Central air. Excellent bargain children prices.and 10,22 adults tfn at Itchg Excellent References Register

I I" ;" 964-9007.9/3 12tpd 11/19. condition. Phone 468.1316. ;jW( S. Thompson Street
Feed WANT TO BUY A small 3/4 SIZE BED Like new, gold 964.5135 or 964.5882
Clay Hill upright freezer, II) or 12 I1/192tchg 11/26 velvet headboard. $50.00. I ScrapOak I 964.5888
.. l2x S MOBILE HOME 2 BR. Call 7823716. 1 llchq 11/19
cubic feet not 9
5095 SR 218 over yrs. unfurnished. A Pine : a
$3,000. Coll
old. Phone 964.6784.11/12
Middleburg, Florida 9646533. Itchg II/19 $10. truckload E
4 PULLETS laying (red eggs) ...
282-1063 Oak 4x4'f a LP Gas e Fuel Oil
and one rooster. Call .
MOBILE I ; HOME $40. V. cord RECOVERY
964-9709 7-9 5.7 ...11I
13.5: % Steer Fat 100 Lb. . . . 7.45 NEED SOMEONE am or TO CARPOOL pm.- .t Call S....... Aires y4 ,.I ROOMThe e Home Delivery Cash & Carry

12 % Horse Feed 100 Lb.. . . 8.35 or. a rider to VACUUMSALE 11 14-7111 Recovery Room ol

14% Hog Meal 100 Lb.. . . . .8.95Whole Gainesville. Work 4 days I or come out between Lake City Local D.sl
7:00: am til 5:30: Call .. Archie Tanner Funeial
Corn 100 Lb, :. . . . ,8.15sCrack 964.8333 for more pm.Informa. 200 AMP- 9:30 and 2:30 andwe'll Home :Martin and Perfection Heaters

Corn 50 Lb.. . . . . 4.85 'lion, llpd 11/19 "wrtalt load for you 964 5757. Slarke Fl

Crimp Oats 50 Lb.. . . . 5.65 3 BR HOUSE heat/air TO; RENT by' local Central ., We NEW finance USID our own :*njtimt

I Di'cl'\unt! Available Per Tonomeworker minister. No children or KIRBYS !& ? % !!*)

needed. pets.. Ph. 964.8594.,11/19 ROYALS Philip W. Clark, REALTOR

;1Mary Kay Many jobs available. Your I EUREKAS

Cosmetics'Louise choice. All age; Send HOOVERS WeN Announces.
!|0i? .in.*
; itjn
$3.00 for directory, application ILICTROLUX
: Starling I .q that of CENTURY 21.the
and Instructions ,FILTER QUEENS e we are now part company that leads

473-3092. Nttional. 'P.O. Box 85, : SEARS 2" Thru 6"' the real estate world in listings and sales.

E'i' A K.avy. K,. 40737.' COMMERCIALWe Fast We can now better serve your real estate needs with the support

: repair all makes Rotary I ,I of our multi-million-dollar advertising program and all the

For Rent AL YOUNG'S Drilling Equipment latest in professional tools and techniques. WERE STILL IN-

(Across from the Waldo Farmer* & Flea Market) .MOBILE HOME Since W7 STATE. .LICENSED. DEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED THOUGH. So

at the INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS '".'911 Pnmpm, we're the same local people who have given you personalized

. . . ... attention and experienced service.
et.C1gc. POLICIES, 3 Mlles M**!, ..
l'OC AT. Stark en UJ MlMOVIll New d Used .i And we'll continue to do so because we care about you. That's

REASONABLE RATES'Olin' Sales-Parts-S.rvic.; why we did it! _

........ E-Z TermsJPlumttlng j fl"t'' ) 1 Now we're the Neighborhood "
NOMI Professionals here to
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Approx. 14'x24' enclosed stalls by month I Mobile :INSUIANCIHOMIOWNUS serve you. so drop in or call whenever you have a question
Home
Sales
or year: 7 days a week. Sales if you like. FREE QUOTES POLICIES AT about. your,real estate needs.,

Call:.'Jim Campen 468-1187 anytime Phone 964-5606 REASONABLE RATES New Installation \

I 468-1785 after 5 p.m. & weekends flame M. Olin. Agent .Remodeling: .Reoalrs! Ontu
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LOCKSMITH Kroll Reclty Company few wise don't 'hove' ,,,. NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES, INC. REALTOR.US

1520 S. Walnut 864 N. Temple Av.;,.Suite. 'B svrbncP H ana whenhurrxon'approaches g ,.
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__ Inquiries So lode advantage of fie COMPANY. AMERKA'SNUMBERlTOP
our six South Florida offices, IB at an all time circumstances unit evrrHoie .
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