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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 25, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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competition is developing Meeting Monday night, Nov. 22, the
among qualified agencies seeking to Bradford school board gave Supt.
become the permanent grantee for an Tom Casey the go-ahead to offer its
eight-county Head Start Programthat services to the Atlanta office, if the
was cancelled November 10 due school staff can help get the Head
to friction between the sponsoring Start program under way again soon,
organization, Suwannee River or can do it better than other agencies
Economic Council, and the Head which might apply. Casey said his
Start administrative staff. talks about Head Start concerned only
The three agencies voicing interestin Bradford County.
.... taking over the program starting
F \ with the new Head Start year in May The shut down,' however, affects
4T pP are The Bradford-Union Guidance eight north-Florida counties.
;i Clinic the Bradford County School The decision to shut down Head
Board, and a newly chartered group Start affected 144 children, four and
North Florida Child Development five years of age. Bradford County's
Service, headed by Rev. Lionel enrollment of 54 made it the largest
Clements of Live Oak. program in the eight-county district.
According to spokesmen at the Other counties with programs were
Atlanta regional office of. the Ad. Union, Columbia, Suwannee,
ministration for Children, Youth, and Lafayette, and Hamilton.
Families, which coordinates Head Madison and Dixie were not
Start programs in the Southeasternstates operating programs at the time of the
the plan now is to contract for shutdown.
: an interim period with a qualified Most of the 1982.83 budget of almost
i1q t. agency already administering a Head $300,000 remains unspent.A .
-Th Start program in an area adjacent to group of more than 20 North
the eight-county district where Head Florida residents, including several
No Roasting in These Turkeys' ;:Future... Start is now stalled. Head Start parents and Policy Board
According to the Atlanta office, members, visited the Atlanta office
Try to corner one of these turkeys for your Thanksgiving table and you'dbe ,hens two Polish chickens and a cat. Tom Turkey rules the roost there. Even- such qualified agencies would include last Friday in the interest of the new I
In immediate trouble with Jeff Moore They're his pets. the cat gives him a wide berth. the Jacksonville-based Northeast North Florida Child Development
Tommie Sue the oldest turkey hen Is 8 or 7 years old and Jeff can hold her Florida Community Action Agency; Service. Acting as spokesman Rev.
The gobbler, called Tom (what else) and tWo hens live in a pen behind In his arms. All three turkeys eat out of a cup held by Jeff, the son of Chief the Alachua County Head Start program Clements voiced the group's interestin
.I I;; Moore's home on SR-IS at Heilbron Springs along with five white leghorn Deputy Glen Moore and Mrs. Dorothy Savage.Jones. and the Putnam-Clay Community becoming 'the permanent Head

I Action Agency in Palatka. Start sponsoring agency.

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kr Manslaughter Charges, .Hit 2 St&rke! '<' :Policemen nin Fatal: Accidentll

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Two Starke policemen were ar- reading of ,10 percent creates a Jackson"!I TgubmiUeti his r signatlom "" ed inter the Bradford County Jail, ao
rested and charged with two counts of of intoxication," accor- to the Starke police department Nov. cording to Deputies John Dempseyand
manslaughter and vehicular M ? to'Assistant State's Attorney 19 and picked up his personal equipment E. P. Lee. They were chargedwith
homicide after a Bradford County f ;Futch'but, sometimes can be the same day. two counts of manslaughter and
Grand Jury issued indictments ( with somewhat lower one count of vehicular homocide.
against them Nov 18. Jerry Miller was suspended Nov. 19 Bond was set at $3,000 ($1,000 for each
without pay according to Chief of ''count),
The Grand Jury was investigatingthe was charged in the accident Police Jimmy Bowen.
death of Atilla G Toth, 76, of through his truck did not hit and Jackson was released on a surety
Starke, killed Nov. 2 when his car the 'victim. According to In- "The only thing I can say, it is a bond Nov. 19. Miller posted a cash
was struck by a car driven by off-duty Wiley Clark, Florida Law shame for the department. Since the bond the same day he was arrested.
patrolman Nelson Bivlns "Sonny" drag racing is an illegal act. If Grand Jury indicted the two officers,
Jackson, 36, of Lawtey. Jackson's car shows involvement in a by law I must do an internal in- According to Assistant State At-
was northbound on US-301, rammed act and as a result of the act vestigation. The report will be submitted torney Mack Futch, the two officers
nearly through Toth's car which was is lost, the person involved is to Police Standards for review could be convicted on all three
struck broadside as it crossed US-301 Toth."A Clark says. and they will take the necessary ac- charges. Final decision is up to the
headed east for Market Road. Also arrested tion," said Bowen. judge as to which of the charges they
was policeman Jerry Burton to Assistant State At- The officers were not drinking at will be tried on. If convicted, only one r r
Miller, 31, of Brooker who was in a ....5.rr. Thomas Elwell, testimony of the police station prior to the accident sentence will be served.
pickup truck some 150 feet behindJackson's supports the theory the two according to the Chief. "I haveno One of the manslaughter charges is
car when the accident oc s -t policemen were drag-racing. knowledge as to whether they were based on culpable negligence, the

curred. Both Jackson and Miller were of witnesses at several or were not drag racing. Evidently other on driving under the influence
off-duty and in their personal prior to the accident seem to the Grand Jury felt they were or they of alcohol, Futch says, and either conviction
vehicles. the two vehicles were drag would not have issued the Indict- could carry a maximum15year
the vehicles were weaving in ments. I am trying to stay broad- prison sentence. The
A Jackson's blood alcohol level was Death Scene... of traffic, and traveling at a minded until the investigation is done. vehicular homicide charge, a lesser
,. found to be ,17 percent, and Miller's rate of speed, said Elwell. The The internal investigation should be offense, is based on reckless drivingand
.08 j percent, according to a Florida This was the scene Nov 2 after the car at left, driven report of the FHP indicated completed within a week. at that timeI carries a maximum punishmentof
Highway Patrol supplemental report patrolman Sonny Jackson, rammed nearly all the way through speed was approximately will made a statement to the press." five years in prison the assistant
made public last week. center, resulting In the death of the driver, 76-year-old Atilla G. mph in the 45 mph speed zone. Both Jackson and Miller were book. state attorney says.
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I Commissioners Surprise Chairman, Vote For Hospital Bonding Authority .


In a surprise 4-1 vote at a special sioner has enlisted one member to Carter was surprised at finding Authority which would deal only with dietary, maintenance, business office At Monday night's meeting O'Steen
meeting Monday night, Nov. 22, the serve on the unpaid board. At the urgIng himself on the short end of a 4-1 vote, bond issues for health care facilities medical records, and perhaps a presented the board with a list of 28
Bradford County Commission of hospital ,administrator C.E. obviously believing that a majority of rather than marketing the bonds fitness center, O'Steen said. The addi- Florida counties and two
signified its willingness to create a (Rip) O'Steen, commissioners agreedon the board felt as he did about creatinga through the Development Authority, tion will include a new entrance fac municipalities that are operating
Authority five-member as a vehicle Health to Facilities float tax a target date of Dec. 6 for adoptionof special health facilities authority.He which could also serve as a vehicle for ing Colley Road plus new facilitiesfor under Health Facilities Authorities.He .
, free bond issue for a $7 million a the resolution. took his setback good naturedly, factories and other types of develop emergency, operating, recovery, urged immediate action saying
sion and renovation expan- however, joking about the effec- ment. The administrator said he sterile supply physical therapy, the hospital's Certificate of Need for
Hospital. program at Bradford O'Steen stressed the importance of tiveness of the successful "lobbying"effort could forsee further expansion of the radiology, and public works opera- the planned expansionwill expire in
having the authority in place as soon conducted on behalf of the hospital down the road, and it wouldbe tions. August.
Actual adoption' the necessary as possible in order to "get into the hospital administation's desire for a beneficial to have an authority that
resolution creating the new authoritywill bond market at the best price and be separate authority. would be concerned only with the
be delayed until each commis"THUIISDVf ready"to move When the price is hospital's particular problems.
When Commissioner
right. I Lawrence
Mosley's motion authorizing the Santa Fe Health Care Systems the GaUr
Early in the meeting Commission Health Facilities Authority was Inc., parent company of Bradford
Chairman Maxiei Carter, Jr had announced seconded by Commissioner Homer Hospital, Inc. and Alachua General
his opposition to "creating Hart and evoked a "yes" from Com Hospital, has an in-house architect
another board" i instead of letting the missioners E.L (Nook) Norman and who has already started on NJAHQ
present Bradf rd Development EW. Hodges Carter thought they preliminary plans for the hospital improvements J aUI
Irt Authority serve ,S the bonding vehi must have misunderstood. But a second O'Steen told the Com-
cle. vote finally convinced the chairman mission at its regular Nov 1 meeting.
that the board had, indeed, voted .Tentative plans call for some 27,000
At previous meetings the 4-1 in favor of creating a new authority. square feet 'additional space to
of letting the Commissionitself
possibility .
house 54, or perhaps more, rooms.
serve as the bonding authority
structure will be
had been discussed, but discarded as O'Steen to remodeled
explained the board that for the administrative section
'Al n too time-consuming for the board. it would be desirable
to have an including laboratory,' storage,



Most Offices Here.
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,j MAr1yTHANIISWYINa, itros. Bo ... New Brief
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*;. 'NtDAY'l: N Rvi -' ".", ,.-, l at the' recent rapid police beaf-ln Starke, closed Thursday and Friday for .the
Of A...... Cr '1'/*, ,*., Thanksgiving Holidays.Bradford .
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,,; ;i growth, In:the Maltese
: area Keystone Height, and take County Courthouse
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; Courthou A.M."I.rfaid..4Old ** *i f1' ;''and some"o the effects It Is Bolter. ', Starke City Hall, and 'all BradforJSchools
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will be closed Thursday.and
having businesses''I"
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fliMl Day for !Ieg"'Nlti .y>' q' : 'r! -
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7, ).1 ,SKC-Sfwctol! Subm, 4-7 PJW. seer)1r,,,' I ,' "i" 11/1/ '<, .;r''A' new/program offers
',' "fun pun:!In the Sun..r." ;a;'-;. financial assistance to help will deliveries.Friday. Banks in Starke In Robert and Clara Ward of Clearwater try OM. their"Tin Uule"

.. ?7 J TUISOAY.N_. M : 1 Locat'iunn:s,;g.t set to ; :ih., needy combat high open also for regular be closed business on Thursday Friday.and at tbe preparation Old Courthouse for Friday's Great Endurance RIUI which will stop

"->-+if.r.. Bradford COUnty J..,"."...*lard._-,- take off for charity this Satwaoy energy costs. The Ttltgraph and Office Shop will Is Invited 10 view the square old can: al.and a.m.met Friday.the driven Noza..The public:
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PageZA TELEGRAPH November 23, 1882



_i Architect s Sell School. Board on Idea of Flat Roof 'at BMS' : I, : 'Et; :

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A Slayer coal tar flat roof was drainage of one-eighth per foot make Becker, enough to pay for the In- large chillers in the round house, and of a building at Bradford High, effort has saved the onservatton-I' ,
okayed for the middle school and water run Into drains more efficienUy dividual air-conditioning units. At heat and cool with heat pumps, accor- creating an increasing hazardous some$243,000 over the "
Phase of BUS after a lengthy discus 'was rejected by the board on advice BMS plans are to place additional insulatlal ding to Maintenance Man Gene Tan- condition Maintenance Man. Gene Tanner said he has color coded light : I
sion Monday night with architects Al by the architects. above the ceiling tiles, and to ner. One of three chillers: is in- Tanner told the school board Monday and equipment switches In all school, -
Dome and Bob Taylor. The slanted system would make run ducts from each room to the air- operable now and if another one goes night. telling employees which ones can be
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Insisting the flat roof will hold up water run to drains more efficiently, conditioner serving it. The roofing down it will be an emergency situation Tanner said it will cost the'board switched off and when to do it. :.-
the architects finally sold the plans to but the flat roof will last Just as long project will include stubbing off ducts and the board will be forced to $15 000 to place all power finesunderground ; The board gave Tanner the go-
the school board. Architects say the andwon'tleakthoughwaterwtlltakebuildings in the attic for easy hookup later.It face the problem Tanner said. and leading to a con- ahead to complete an energy conservation ==' i 1
are minimally built and long to escape after a rain, said the will not be possible to place In- Board members indicated they crete vault at BHS, which should be plan over the summer. I
won't hold up a heavier roof. architects.The sulation in the attic (or plentum) in prefer to move toward smaller in- done. Energy savings so far have been :h ;'
board plans to take formal ac- Phase 3 of BITS, so the more expen- dependent units for the BMS as soon Go ahead, he was told by both Supt. the things to do. From now on,, :
tion on the roof plan at a Dec. 8 At BMS the ceiling will be prepared sive slanted roofing system will haveto as the money can be made available. Casey and the board members. the easy will be tougher but there are -w.. I
meeting and workshop. for individual air-conditioning units be used since the insulation will "We need to do this,"Casey told. the going to be made he,added \\1
Power Line savings li
Cost for both buildings will be some the board plans to install later, pen- have to be placed on the roof. Sagging board. 1I
240000. The board plans to either get ding funding for the project. By There are no near future plans to Dangerous at BUS I.
advance state funds or borrow locally choosing the flat roof,rather than one convert Phase 3 to individual units A sagging city power line bumps Vickie Kirchaine" I and i I.,
to complete the jobs by the time built up one-eighth inch per foot with since the two 35-ton chillers on top of against an exhaust fan housing on top ,
school starts next fall. slanted insulation placed on top of the that roof will not wear out for about 10 Tina Clemons at J
A more expensive roofing system roof, the board will save $74,000, years, it Is hoped.
adding insulation slanted to give pointed out board member Judy Plans at BMS are to quit using the FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD BRADFORD SQUARE BARBER ,

Hwy 16 W. A Weldon 964-8971 ,

Pastor George Watson and AND STYLE SHOP n
. Santa Fe CCAnnounces Schedule Changesfor The Congregation Invite You to .

Come and Worship With Us Bradford Square Shopping Center, Starke 964-5030

Santa Fe Community College has position, Principles of Mathematics, classes in Gainesville at Santa Sunday School. .. . . .10 AM (
Manses... Wtrahfa." 11 AM Li
announced a cut back on its offeringfor Introduction to the Old Testament Fe's main campus. There will be a "
GeneralBiology ingtUi0c . ,7 PM Offers Your Family
the Winter Semester because of Principles of Accounting II, special evening registration sessionon it
reduced state funding. Starke ) with Lab, Principles of the 29th of November from 6 to 7 Wtdnetdiy Wetsllp..7:30: PM

classes in Statistics, Government, Physical Science, Introduction to the p.m. PERMSoo f
and Logic have been dropped and a Humanities, Introduction to the -- -- ;i :X
math class has been scheduled from Social Sciences, and General a
Tuesday to Monday night. Psychology. )I
The revised schedule still includes Monday, November 29, is the last PUBLIC NOTICEThe $ ::
Introduction to Literature and Com- day for students to register in Starke V

Community Block Grant Office is
Development now -3 3X
Pecan Volume -
Deaths. Up, taking applications for housing rehabilitation for Citizensin c' includes design cut, long hair extra

.. Quality VariableVolume the Northeast section of the City of Starke. This sectionof Zotos, Redken, Helene Curtis Perms f

was up and quality remained the City of Starke is known as Reno. Interested residentsof also.Shampoo ,
!Mrs. Sarah ReynoldsMrs. variable at the second north
this area should complete an application with the Com & SetsGood
Sarah Thornton Reynolds, 81, Florida pecan auction at the Starke
of Route 4, Starke, died Nov. 21 at Farmers Market last Thursday, Nov. munity Development Block Grant Office at City Hall, Mon- thru December 2, 1982 :

Bradford Hospital following an ex- 28.About of day through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. ,and : )
20,000 pounds nuts brought
tended illness.A 5:00: This project is totally funded by the Departmentof .;.<
double funeral is set at 2 growers a return of $11,600 at an p.m .
Wednesday in the Church of God pm.for average price of 54 cents per pound. Housing and Urban Development, Introducing.( Wednesdays Only) "
Volume was up from the first sale
Mrs. and her
Reynolds daughter,
Mrs. Carrie Bell Smith, 53, of Rock when 14.000 pounds of nuts were sold. Wadsworth ELLIOT McLEOD Our Newest 'r
Prices at the second sale ranged Jerry
Springs Ga. who died here Tuesday
morning, Nov. 23 from 45 to 55 cents: per pound. Stuarts Director STOP BY AND SEE ,
Born and raised in Bradford Coun- brought from 70 to 80 cents and Curtis
Community Development
ty,Mrs. Reynolds was the daughter of pecans ranged from 50 to 65 cents Louin Redding, J.R. McLeod & Herman Allen i it
the late Babe and Easter Norman The third pecan auction of the
Hilliard, pioneer residents of Brad- season is set Dec. 2 at 1 p.m.
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ford County, and a member of the ,
Church of God of Starke. ..if

Survivors include two sons Leon .' ;: ",' k. .,: ,, -,'
Wainwright of Starke and Rev. W.J. : v.

"Dub" Thornton of Palatka; two .,- .
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daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Thorntonof -, ,," : .v
Starke and Mrs. Carrie Bell Smithof t '(, .., ;
Lafayette, Ga.; five sisters: Mrs. ,
Clyde Ross of Orlando, Mrs. Lizzier ..e Ls4 I
Silcox of Starke, and Mrs. Julie Grif- -: ..Iooi '
fis, Mrs. Ida Smith and Mrs. Lou Christmas Presentto d Nwrag .
Thompson, all of Maxville; 24 grand- ,.. .. :
children, 49 great-grandchildren and .
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one great-great grandchild.Rev. 'A<',,
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Walter F. Montz and Rev. You. ,
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David will officiate
Hodges at the dou- I. ;:-:
ble funeral service. Burial will be in .
Sapp Cemetery with Archie Tanner "' : .**#<* ., ._ I I'd
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of --" :.-: 1

arrangements.Mrs. ..-. "F".J" ..... : '
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Carrie Bell Smith, 53, of Rt. 1, \ r :: .t.! L.:: .. aJ t ,, ,),, : .1.oJ ''''; ..
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Rock Srpings, Ga. died Tuesday mor- .
ning,Nov.23,at the home of her sisterin '
Starke.A {f'r u.
double funeral service is set at 2 ;::
p,m. Wednesday, Nov. 24, in the
Church of God of Starke for Mrs. .
Smith and her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Thornton Reynolds, 81, who died Sun- .".
day, Nov. 21. Mrs. Smith died of a
heart attack while here for her
mother's funeral..
Born and raised in Bradford County : !
where she attended Bradford High
School, Mrs. Smith moved to Rock !
Springs,Ga. some 30 years ago where New Car Loans ;

she has resided since. She was a ,'.... ,Jp '__ '.
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member of the Sunnyside Baptist :" "'
Church in Rock Springs. < .: : : ,; tc:
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Survivors include: her husband, r', 82-83 Models t,," .', .1' < ... elf
Idies Smith; three sons, Jackie Smithof .. "t, 1.-1 .... i j ,rhhull
Rock Springs Smith of Mize .
Ricky \ :1 ib! J Ji1.1:1J

two Miss.brothers, and ErnestSmith, Leon Wainwright of Germany of; #" to 48 months Financing\: J tR9 O 1T1- '9d

Starke and Rev. W.J. "Dub" Thomasof < up : ? :

Palatka, and four grandchildren.Rev. i '. v su.
Walter F. Montz and Rev. ,
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David Hodges will officiate at the double ,: ,
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service. Burial will be in Rock ,

Springs, Ga. with Archie Tanner .
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of ,. .
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Lunch Menus Borrow 'I'l
rw $1OOOO.OOat 11.5
Bradford County Middle School
and all elementary schools :
Monday Nev. Cheeseburger .on Bun, !trench { rate of 11.5 fJwith
fries,peaches,cookie milk. % j jo
TurMlay.. Nov. Je-Beef-Vegetable Soup cheese
runt, pear halve,chocolate pudding. milk '
Wedne.day. .-. I-Pig, in .the Blanket, baked J
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'bean, cabbage slaw, fruit cup. milkTkvriaay. lt APR
1_. Spaghetti w/meat sauce,chew payments :.
al''.. salad apple crop, hot roll, milk. .:.
FrMay. Dec. Whaler on a Bun, french fries. r Offer Good through December 1982 ij
green beans,chocolate cake milk. '

Bradford County High School j \ .': of $269.52' I

Monday. Nov t-Sausage, cheese grits, mumardgreena.
.brownie,applesauce,cornbread milk j1. :
Tuesday 1\0....MBeana v/etnen,cabbage flaw' :
fruit, ctnnamiHi roll milk. .< :
cup. .\ .,
MeineWay. Dc. IBarbecued! e lcken. ' puialo salad peach pie,cheese rolls milk. ? 1 .: '
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Tkanday. Dee.t-Whaler on a Bun, french fries, '" :
peaches, bulleracolch brownie, milk Our of : \,. -j
1 Friday Dec. l-Spagheiti w/meal ..sauce cheese ,, :way letting you; know4fti t////., -
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Timd.y. Ner. 7.Che sebtrgers. french fries, .
milkshakes. pizza. R !A Yf li \,..'.1\., >, I ..1 I ::
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to-trade an: $18.00 cr mar -' \
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Nr 1 tr? Nov. 12. This equipment is a 'transmit many more conversationsper
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customers Improved service, faster which are being replaced. The abilityto
dialing, and open the way for severalnew transmit more conversationsmeans
E.:1j telephone services. easier access to the system,
C' New features available are: Call
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Waiting,Call Forwarding,3-way Call-
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p Calling feature available and will be telecommunications.

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Curious Starkeites gathered around when the original Endurance:: Run made a rest stop on South Thompson St.- I.



. : Start Closedown Endurance Run of 1982 Due Here Friday;

Is Loss to ChildrenIt


WilL Have Coffee Break at Old Courthouse

is a sad situation when a ing valuable pre-school

program so worthwhile andso training. And all, apparently -

important as Head Startis because of adult inept- Men women and children lined conceived the idea of an Endurance cars of that period. the cars and their di ivers, dressed
shut down, not because of ness in handling this needed the streets of Starke the day after Race over the 543 rugged in styles of 70 years ago, will he"ondisplay"
: lack of money (most of its program.Fortunately. Thankgsivmg in 1909 to see the miles from Tampa to Jacksonville When the "parade" reached in a roped off block of
Starke the after Thanksgiving, of the Old Brad-
"buzz and back to home base, in order to day Court Street, east
there is wagons" coming through on
$300.000 grant is still unspent some publicize the need for more 1909 it was a festive occasion. ford County courthouse. They will
their from to Jackson paved
) but because of differences hope of salvaging the program ville.way Tampa roads. Young and old lined several blocks stay an hour to visit with the public

some serious and although it may take along Walnut Street and the and allow antique car buffs to ad-

some petty, in the ad- months of "going through Automobiles were still a curiosity The trip was planned to last two American flag flew from a two- mire the shiny 'oldies" competingin
those it is little wonder weeks (allowing plenty of time for the Endurance Run.
channels" to obtain in days, so residence that was
many
ministration of the a 'story
pro- stuck in
that Starkeites would be impressedby getting sand beds and mud
later remodelled to becomethe
gram. qualified permanent spon- the 18 cars participating in the holes along the way) and the male years Hotel. Crowds also The visiting group will be accompanied -
Without knowing all the soring agency. It is hoped historic Endurance Race. Since members of the group were advis- thronged Magnolia around the cars during a by Mayor Bob Martinez, of
facts some of which have that an interim sponsor can there were only a dozen cars in the ed by their family doctor not to rest stop on S. Thompson St Judg- Tampa and will be greeted here by
been aired it is hard be obtained from among entire town of Starke at that time, shave for fear of getting skin infections Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox. The
never the fleet of 18 would be the greatest from dust stirred up by the ing from the number of youngstersin public is invited to come join in the
to understand how differences several now operating Head
number of cars that local residents motorcade.So the crowds, school must have
of opinion over Start programs in areas ad- had ever seen together at one time turned out for this event, which fun.When
rules clashes of jacent to this district. In this primitive were some of the was a red,letter day for Starke. the 1909"safari": returned to
policy per- The automobile age was' just roads along the route that a lead home base, the Tampa Times said
sonalities, and perhapssome way the program can be dawning and the cry for more hard car was sent on ahead to toss out For five years now a group of anti- "The great Tampa to Tampa
degree of mismanagement -. resumed without loss of roads to serve the increasing scraps of paper and blaze pine que car enthusiasts in,the Tampaarea automobile run has passed into
of the program could several months before a number of motorists in Florida as trees to guide the other cars along has been reenacting the Great history. It has madean epoch in the
have been allowed to reach qualified permanent spon- well as the state's growing numberof the route. Endurance Run of 1909 and this history of automobile contests in
Friday, Nov. 26 will here Florida and has also marked the
tourists, was being heard from they stop
the point of denying almost sor can be approved. one end of the state to the other At least two persons rode in each for coffee and doughnuts, served beginning of an era of good roads
150 children the There are several in- car-a driver and an observer. The the Chamber
opportunity The Tampa Daily Times a progressive by of Commeice.Scheduled building that will eventually In-
to obtain a "Head Start'that teresting possibilities for : newspaper of that era, latter kept tabs on those frequent to arrive at 9 a.m",after clude every county in the state"
could mean the difference resumption of the Head breakdowns, experienced by all an overnight stop in Gainesville, Truer words were never spoken.

of making a successor Start program under a

On failure a recent of their national lives.televi- qualified that comes agency.to mind The is to first in- Letter Writers See Positive Results from School Board MeetingTo I

sion program, Head Start tegrate the ,program as a ,.
was praised as one of Jthe part ot the school system the Editor: "meeting was not as you said, "to have administration's unfair and une- :
most successful sociai'pr'Trams ( ". which v/oulcTseem'a naturalplace In response to" your editorial "A No- ,the i rights of six dismissed football qual treatment, of certain studentsand many positivtl'thhhg5'2ai'e"b f bf a -\
Win Situation, I must first ask: the meeting that was orchestral to a
reinstated. the
( Rather
players
to come out of for it to be. The school question-were we attending the same directed the'principaf'( "apply packed house that Iiterallys tied into "
specific action requested from the
Washington. In giving system could provide the board meeting? board was that they ever-rule the of equal violating treatment the same to all students rule, and guilty they the halls and anterooms? I believe

underprivileged four and necessary ingredients of the The parent group at the November .decision made that had dismissed on- should be commended for their ac that Starke is still geographically
five-year-old children the program, such as qualified 15 Bradford County School Board ly six of twelve football players,when tions. located in the United States, and it is I :
meeting was there for' the right of taxpayers and to '
asking all twelve had broken the same rule. parents :, :
teachers "distasteful chore"
food service A ?? For
pre-school training they fairness, equality, and justice on the The board was asked to tee that stand up and ask auctions of their 1 :
whom and ?
need to make a successful transportation, and application of rules pertaining to In why elected officials and employees. :
this situation
justice was applied ,
A distasteful chore to make i j
adjustment from home to classroom facilities. It Bradford County High School: and it was told that justice in this Instance ? right a The underlying tragedy was, I feel, .

school life, Head Start has might also be of some ,students,as the records clearly show. would be the fair and equal wrong A distasteful chore to make just an that the lives of these young men in
to be that benefit to the school To state or to infer that they were ask- treatment of football players InvolvedIn question were adversely redirected
truly proved just system injustice?Trouble and inconvenience Whatever
ing for anything other than this is a happened to the idea of
a head start to a more monetarily in this time of gross misrepresentation of the truth. treatment an equal might offense be., whatever such maybe, but not a distasteful chore. punishment first and then dismissal z

useful more productive, state budget trimming. Such parent action was necessary You stated that the school board chore For?whom was this a distasteful later for a first offense In our Chris-
Another wouldbe because there had been injustice, Certainly not for parents con- tian I led
and more satisfying life. possibility unfairness "refused to give. Your understan- cerned about the education of their community was to believe
While many areas are to place the program and disparity in student ding and comprehension of this total children. For school administrators? we use the words compassion, second
struggling to obtain grant under the Bradford-Union treatment relative to the applicationof situation appears to be much too littleto possibly, for those directly involved chance, understanding, love,' and
punishment for the violation of helping fellow
money in this time of reduced Guidance Clinic, which is rules. address same in an editorial. The had been asked (by parents three words your and phrases\man.that. Arethese
school board did exactly what they lust we \eave
weeks earlier) to take the
action the <
government spending, becoming more and more The parents' request at this were requested to da.They: over-ruled board directed them to take which on Sunday? : I I
t the eight-county area com- involved with community they refused to do.To then be publicly, Of all the positive turnshthayc5me\: :
prising our 'Head Start services and programs.It ,directed by a higher authority to take out of that meeting too numerous to '
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mention
District, has most of a will be up to the Atlanta the action which parents had were was tha{,the students that
present got a chance toe! that
$300,000 grant lying idle, office to determine which County Agents By previously requested them to take their parents were not afraid fefitind
while children in is best might be somewhat embarrassing, and
54 Brad- agency equipped to up speak out. If any'gcxxTcan
and even distasteful but in this
ford County which had the do the job. In the mean- Notebook BobbyTaylor D; at least, the price ,of justice, came case come out of bad. this is.it'It% a
i shame that like
largest Head Start programin while, 144 eager pre- cheap if its price was only a little em- move something this had to'

the district remain home schoolers are anxiously barrassment and a distasteful choreto center"so to deal many with people certain, off truths/'dead at',

when they could be receivHumane awaiting the verdict. -- the affected school administrators. Bradford High School.
Your editorial close
comes to
costs, all add to the total taking So, Mr. Ferguson to
money the that Bradford say yottj( that
Even is position ,
it
though still little County
a dry in if
believe
needed for six months of the year. school administrators you I that last Monday'smeeting

. Society Fills Need are some greens looking are areas making strawberries good growth and and strawberry Another major crop is marketing.problem in Most a that mistakes were and true.can However do no wrong.never I'm. Would afraid make parents and was students a "backfire"of this for''com f.the
good. Strawberry plants
of our berries are sold in a semi- munity, I recommend that.-you1/"get
be that they are only human like the
appear to well established, and if rest
local: area. That is, some are permission from Mr. Duncan to attend
good weather of us, and that do make
Something new has been broil in the summer, and are have some continues berries we should marketed through area local chain mistakes, and do commit they: mistakes.You a course taught at the high

added in Bradford County. exposed to the elements Growers were early pleased this with year.the stores, some are hauled to produce have asked, "who is better off school...Americanism versus Com-

something that will fill a long every time it rains. "We ideal weather at setting time last markets in a 150-mile radius, and after this pressure packed session"? to munism.be able Many of us fought and bled

felt need a Humane Society knew if we were to have a decent month. Being a transplant, it is many roadsides are in sold the area.by peddlers along ferent My answer to this question is dif day night.to do what we did last Mon;

animal sometimes difficult to get a high We have also had from yours.
management a few growers Warren E. RauHofer
The six
of originally dismissed
"My phone has"been ring- program we Would have to back percentage over the survival field and without resetting going that have friends and relatives players are better off, because they Bessent Road, Starke
ing off the hook, says Bar- manage it ourselves and several hundred plants acre. working in large office buildings In have seen a small victory for justice.
bara Renfro who has been that's what Some fields per our nearby larger towns who will The additional Former Resident
we did. She is needed no resetting this take orders for players dismissed
instrumental in getting the grateful for the help and ad- year. day. Growers have delivery found on that a certain they after the board meeting have learnedthe Would Like to Hear

Humane Society: program off vice the local group has Strawberry Growing can sell up to 100 twelve pint flats at and importance have seen democratic of obeying the action rules effect From Old/New Friends

the ground during the past received from the Alachua Is Costly Calling one stop. However, most growersuse the fair and equal application of Please
summer. The spurt of interest Humane this method only when they havea rules. allow me to introduce
County Society, Each lam asked if we have myself. My
year an surplus of berries over their name is Mike A. Davis
came after an article which is a large and effective increase In our strawberry acreage. regular market outlets. Parents have gained additional In- and I'm a resident of the London,Ohio
appeared in The Telegraph organization.In The answer has been'no' for the last Another method of marketing is sight into school affairs and have had Correctional Facility.

outlining the program and addition to an improved several years. There are several U-Pick-K. Most smaller growers some democratic input and experience in our Some time back I used to be a resident -
some of the objectives of the pound the Humane reasons why we are not expanding. pick their fiejds early in the season The football system. of Starke and to tell you the
Society team too is
better off. truth
of the I
Probably one most important for local buyers. When the peak ofproduction wish I had never left. I'm
needed .
organizations.Mrs. plans to revive the They should have learned that
if
rabies reasons u the high cost to grow one comes, many will they coming up for my first parole hearing
Renfroe and her co- clinics which were held in the acre of strawberries. Cash costs their fields to the public. open are going to function as a team they next month after ten years of incarceration -
organizers were delightedwith from setting to the beginning of must be governed by rules, and these and
county on a regular basis at These methods of marketing are in the event I am
rules be .
must
the public response to one time and which are need- harvest averages between$2 500 and difficult to control. Marketing was the team applied and to all membersof granted a parole, I ,have plans of
$3,000 per acre. Plant costs atone are much easier in when fairly equally. returning to Starke
and
the years past,
organizational meetingheld ed we starting
my
now not for
only inoculations between saw and $1,000 per acre. had a strawberry auction You state that the administration is life all over. "
last week, which was at- against rabies, but for Plastic and fumigation of land runs several buyer-shippers at a central with not better off. I say yes indeed they I would appreciate it much if
tended by around 50 in- the new "parvo virus" which about $900 per acre. Fertilizer and location. This is not possible now are, for now they should have no" you would print my letter very In your
terested citizens, ranging shows signs of assuming labor costs for setting add another because of small acreage and low doubts that both parents and students paper. I don t want to hear from just
I from school age to senior epidemic proportions in this $400 to $soo per acre. Add to this total volume at any given time. do their care responsibilities how they accept and carry out those who may remember, but I
miscellaneous costs of herbicides Even with these would also like to
"We have been problems, hear from
citizens. area and which You said it's difficult to anyone
can prove fungicides, pesticides, fuel and see how the who would like
strawberry production is important to know well.
gratified by the readiness of fatal 'to animals within 24 labor,a lot of cash is Involved In one to our growers and the agricultural parent pressure helped the problem i am 28 years of age, me with as red hair
people in this area to hours. acre. economy in Bradford County. I'm say that it's clear, and simple to see. and blue eyes. I stand ft, 2 inches
volunteer to serve in our program Plans are to hold regular There are other costs that to be con- hoping we can resolve some of these Mary Jane Green, tall and weigh 185 pounds. I'll answer
1 ," Mrs. Renfroe says. meetings of the Humane sidered. Things like interest on borrowed in the future, and will again become' Brooker,Fla. all letters that I receive, so please
or invested write
'i The local ,organization is Society on a regular schedule machinery and other moneYI area.an Important strawberry growing ,Dear Mr. Ferguson'Being ,: Mike A. Davis 165-901

', ;I having to start from scratch to be announced later. In the familiar with your past styleof P.O. Box 69
\ since Bradford meanwhile in-depthtand"objective" reporting London Ohio
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,; \ J li! plan for eanimalpprotection further information may con- r I headline was not and shocked article by concerning your front page last -

or control. Mrs. Ren- tact Mrs. Renfroe at 964-8288. g ii Monday's Board of Education,

t.l fro' describes the county or Lynne Newsome, president meeting. It almost appears as if we i1
r:; : I] pound as "a joke," where of the The first were at different meetings.
new organization, pretzels It It laid were made by monks In southern Europe Some
4 'ii animals freeze in the winter questions come to mind. How
: k': 1r at 9647789. at a reward for children who learned their.prayers._ .h__ -" '., ..can.... ome,hang,ckfire'v-,when M "POke"Libel ,is I ;.., ', ''.

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,-., 'The brand new 3,011 square foot brick and cedar home of Dr and Mrs. Mrs. Therese Sclltlofman says the family Is particularly enjoying
'I Leonard Schlofman on NE 15th Street in The Woods (incorrectly known as at the rear of their' new home built by local contractor Jerry Ely. a porch

the Country Club Estates) near the Starke Golf and Country Club will be With Mrs. Schlof man are daughter. Jill 2, and son, Michael,7 months.The I
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I Starke Woman's Club Tour of Homes Is ShaDtna! UD. For Dec. 12The c abe .,


home of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard> wooded lot.
Schlofman in Country Club Estates visible in the great room. It is spected by the Florida Power and
will be on the Starke Woman's Club decorated with a stone wall which Light Corporation and has to meet
The home includes
four bedrooms, holds the fireplace and a stone foyer.
very high
Tour of Homes on Sunday, Dec. 12, three specifications in order to .
baths '
a utility room, foyer, 400 Added attractions: the dining room become a watt-wise home
from 1:30: to 4 and to
p.m. ft. double and
garage screened porch are bay windows and a lovely classified
The beautiful brick and Herring and as an energy efficient
occupies 2350 square feet of living chandelier. home.
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1 Melanie Green Honored at Coffee Rummage and Bake Sale !3l.1 ,

At Starke Woman's Club 90th Birthday Celebrated..........

Miss Melanie Green, whose marriage receiving line of The Starke Woman's Club Mrs. Bernice Shelmon of Remington. Ind. celebrated her 90th birthday on
composed the arrangement inII/ wicker basket. will havea Nov. 22. Shown Is four generations: left to right-bottom
to John Hancock, Jr. will be an honoree, her mother and bake row-Mrs.: Shelmon,
Mrs. Helen rummage sale Friday
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at the great granddaughter Shannon
Presiding Inch
pu i bowl was Mrs. Groff of Ocala Second
event of ; row-left to
Dec. :
4, was complimented at Powell, Mrs. Luther Dec. 3, from 9 until right-Mrs.
Bowman and Robert Barber, thc.i former Kathleen a.m. ..at the club Louise Baer, daughter and Elayne Groff.
a "coffee" Saturday morning, Nov Mrs. R. A. Green, Sr., grandmothersof McGriff house, corner of Jefferson and Walnut Shelmon is granddaughter of Ocala. Mrs.
a recent ti ride.> spending the winter months at the home
20, at the Stump residence, 1199 Bes- the honoree. The Streets. of her son-In-law and
receiving line Mrs. L. A. Cunova daughter Rev. and !Mrs.
sent Road. stood in the presented Raymond Baer, minister of the First Christian Church
living room and each background of Starke.
organ music during the
Hostesses were Mrs. A. C.
Basford
were given a corsage. party hours. .
Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs. John W. Griffin The coffee table in the dining room The hostesses
Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Mrs. W. B. was covered with presented the
an imported
honoree
Mundy, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. Belgium cutwork cloth and centered chosen china with a rot ind platter, her .-.,. '
N. B. Rosier, Mrs. J. D. Seymour, with an arrangement of mixed roses, the occasion.patter n as a memento of \' '
Miss Lillian Stump,Mrs. W, H.Thomson freesias ,
and
-. baby's breath in a silver Invited to call bet the .
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and Mrs. J. D. Warren. bowl.< )
Pouring iced coffee from a and 12 o'clock were; 250 guests. A'n r
Lovely arrangements of silk silver punch bowl at intervals were

flowers and fresh roses graced pointsof Mrs. II. L. Speer, Mrs. Curtis ,....... Ii
interest in the party rooms. Sanders, Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr. and Luncheon Honors
Miss Stump, Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Mrs. McGriff, Jr.
Thomson greeted the guests at the (On the sunporch a punch table was Miss Shelly M
door and presented them to' the covered with a lace cloth and held a
crystal punch bowl and a fall floral Miss Shelly Meyt I r, fiancee of Drew
Barry, was honor i!id at a luncheon

Melissa Norman, Saturday, Nov. 13,3 nt the Holiday Inn. 61 F .
Jeffrey Smith .ey Hostesses were M rs. Jim Reddish, T.
Mrs. Linda Johns, Miss Cheryl God-
'} To Wed Nov.'26Mr ', .. ; -. ..... win, Mrs. Charles Hutchinson, Mrs.

E .. BIRTHS Charles. Blalock, Mrs. J, E. Hardy, ; I
";, .and Mrs. i Marcus Norman of : ....Mrs.. B. Godwin i5r! ; and Mrs. Gene i il Ae .. /aa N. .'.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Smith Long.. .. 7 '.' > t
'. of Raiford would like to invite all The long table w us covered with a
friends and relatives to the marriageof white linen cloth I and held several
their children, Melissa Suzanne camellia and Iv),' arrangements. '

j', Norman, to Jeffrey Lynn Smith. Bridal place cards marked the
The marriage will take place Friday Elizabeth Lynne Lee seating arrangemel it for the 30 guests
::1 Nov. 26, at 7 p.m. in Grace Bap- which included Mrs:L Barry: FOR
tist Church on Griffis Loop in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terry Lee of Corsages were gi "en to Mrs. Barry ME.Make
All friends and relatives are invited Raiford announce the birth of a and the honoree. !'IThe honoree was
to attend. daughter, Elizabeth Lynne born Oct. also given a cryst al water pitcher
31 in Alachua General
F Hospital. from her hostesses as a memento of -
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and the occasion.

Revival Set Patenal Mrs. Elmer E. Lewis of Starke. a qualifying deposit when
grandparents are Mr. and you
"At First Assembly of God Mrs. Palmer Lee of Tallahassee. Melissa Jackson open an Investment
Checking
Celebrates 161 h ,
9 First Assembly of God Highway 16 Birthday Nov. 19 Account NOW Checking Account or
and Weldon Street in Starke, will host
a revival.nightly beginning Sunday, Ella Lee Hall, Individual Retirement Account. VV
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o.: 'Nov."''ni .28 with' services starting at 7 Dale W. Haas 16th birthday Jackson Frida,i y night celebrated, Nov. 19 her, at Make a deposit of $500 or more in 3>i f"\\
far' "' To Wed Nov. 27 a surprise :
birthda.y party given
Rev.. Glen 'Holmes. by a savings
account
led Evangelistbn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marc or purchase a I
pastef will be ministering in song and Miss Ella Lee Hall Jackson at their I Home
word. The and Dale on Mimosa Certificate of and "
Deposit
nb public is cordially,inviteda William Haas will be united in marriage Drive. pick '

J p ttend.. Saturday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m. in Pink and blue streamers and your gift of Fortune.
op..d! the First balloons decorated
d"k' Baptist Church with a reception the living room

Did You'Know.:,;.......: following !in the church and dining room. The refreshment DmrcaI"wnnagw..tngdSCwtm" .eI.."Depot,er''n rdoI"" ."RXnmrnl"d 1Suk
table ,
18. Fellowship }tall. was centered i vith. a tiered birth- H.....now. mammy' acmww s.u Q"1y for one heenpfQra' ;rum,
All friends and relatives are cordially day cake iced in pa!utel colors, topped mr you,hCltono Iradeu 0"KGu",o rtNU umepwe' 11110' .I...',
lt.. : Mrs.cPaut Brooks.and daughters, invited to attend. with two kissing an I gels and encircled nao Sao '::: n000.9999 Iio=- s'$'5: ?any,
.Vickie and Sandy ,Mrs. Wilbur with Sweet Sixteen I '
written with Foley UlenSl''Set FREE FREE ANY ANY ANY $6
: Waters and daughter Deanna and hearts. The cake was a gift from a 2 Pa Irma"! Pen&Penc,'Set FREE FREE 2 3 3 f 6 IW5SHHI
I Mrs. Gloria Hatcher attended the friend. 3 WeslcioAlarm' FREE FREE FREE fREE FREE 38

I j*,'Alabama concert In the coliseum Friday W.T. Weeks UDC Among the 38 attending were 4 Blanket I 2 FREE FREE ANY ANY __EL_
Melissa's 5 Anchor Hoc'on"Utd'" Dosh I 3 FREE FREE 2 2
night. To Meet grandpar imts! Mr. and Mrs. HJ-
I Dec. 1 H. E. 6 Copper BottomFr Pin I 5 FREE FREE fREE FREE 110 f
Smith
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Mrs. W. T, 7.
: Ron"s Steak K"yoS I 6 I 4 FREE FREE
Mrs. J. B. Godwin, Jr. and children Jackson, Sr. of Statike. FREE 112
W. T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. will S Hlmlion Booch +ndMuer I S I 6 FREE FREE FREE 114 .
: of Charleston, S.C. spent the weekend have their Christmas luncheon- Games were led i it I the yard by Bro. 9 Hamlion, Beac CanO n.r I 8 I 6 FREE FREE FREE S14
with Mr. and Mrs. Godwin, Sr. Capt. meeting on Wednesday Dec. 1 at 12 and Mrs. Marty Starling of Mexico. 10 Gland, Tour 16"TOI'Ban I 8 I 6 f 2 fREE FREE 115
Godwin has left for his new assign- noon at the Starke Woman's Club. Assisting were Mrs. Bill Bonier, Mrs. 11 Conn Pa,1Y Server 110 I 6 I 4 fREE fREE S17
ment in Stuttgart, Germany and his Roger Jones,and Mr s.Craig Padgett. 12 13 Anchor Hocking Bakewar,5el, SlI I 9 I 5 FREE FREE S18
family will join him as soon as he 14 Wond.ClockRado 116 St4 110 55 FREE S22
J We5iBendSiowCook. 118 114 110 55 FREE $22
finds housing for them. .
1 15 Alo.S'one.,511'
119 fir "W sa FREE 525 t

Mr and Mrs. Steve Kroll are I' KEYSTONE HEIHTSCHIROPRACTIC :, Offer good only}/at Fortune offices,in GaineivtIW.. Lake Sutler Stan,..and Ktystone Heigriu limited, ,
.. visiting relatives in Valdosta and tome requests only.please Take advantage No substitutions now while supply lasts One gin,per account No prior*or mail order
exchanges or refunds Required minimum deposit I for
Glenville, Ga. Wednesday to Sunday. must remain on deposit for 60 days or more agift
Plus. apphcaelo" Flonoa sales la*
Mrs. Ruby Goodman, former resi- CLINICSPECIALIZING :

dent of Starke, celebrated her 93rd

.. birthday Nov. 7 at the Green Cove Fortune Federal has a variety of accounts that put your money to worK.
Springs Geriatrics Center. Attending M MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CAJflE earning Interest for you.We also have a variety of gift premiums that a rt
:. her and
were sons daughters, nieces make depositing with
your money us even more
interesting.And you
s and friends. Cake and ice cream
were
may take home one of these useful
served. premiums free or at a low discount \ -
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.. price as shown in the chart Drop by our offices.Mxi will find a financial 's
BACK PAINBACKACHE service-and a handsome gift-to suit needs. '
your
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire returned WHIPLASH ,.//NfY'J

.Sunday after spending three weeks ( ) (AUTO INJURIES) E 7
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with her son and family,Mr. and Mrs. NECK PAINSHOULDER NUMBNI E55 OR PAIN
Mike Goldwire in Fort Lauderdale. PAIN
IN ARM IS
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ONTHIi: JOB INJURIES
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Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Thomas spent CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED .,{

the past five,weeks'in' Brownsville, TaW Dactw*TMMrnw WH tlvt. Kt MJkhM. .
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Kelly's escort was Greg Wiggins. designed to help qualifying custo mers make their installed.This helps reduce air-conditioriihg costs. 4.

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I ; Varsity Basketball Team Ventures to Clay for 1982-83 Openerj I j



Bradford High's basketball for put something together early It'd and motion offense. Association. He will be a big boost if with Sexton going back to play old BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ..3Hom
tunes have been awfully low the last have made a big big difference."So "We'll play our man to man but declared eligible Sexton says. "He rivals like Union County and Orange .JVGam ti30 Vanity i;|
couple of years. much of it is mental because for we're going to go with some halfcourtand gets up higher than anybody we've Park, and picking up a neighbor In (.JV at i1S, vanity 1:15)) jjg
fullcourt and also had around here In long time andhe's Keystone Heights.
How low? the last three years we've really pressure play a
Butler Mid- Nov.30Tu: ) Clay Highlaka :
Sexton noted. in real "Schoolll like Lake Away
and 0-23 some zone fitting nicely
Well maybe not as low as a snake'sbelly taken our lumps (2-23, 3-20 .
in a wagon wheel's rut but low. marks). None of the kids have been in At the other end of the court BHS Sophomores up are led by Robert dleburg, Orange Park and Keystone DECEMBER eurl.r ;;Away
The Tornado varsity is in the midstof a winning program." will run the familiar motion offense Bellamy (5'7"), a lead guard who was Heights can be team we can develop a D.c.lTh( ) iMomaHoma:
the shooters will be and action at rivalry with and get a little more Dc.SFr: ( ) Orangal'ork
a 26-game losing streak and com Ever the optimist, Sexton thinks and Sexton hopes pulled up saw varsity good .
bined the JV and varsity teams at this ballclub and a JV unit headed by firing more than blanks. the end of the year. interest in basketball than we've been Doc.7(Tu) Santa :.
Bradford have won just 5 games in his nephew and first-year coach Bill He said seniors Emmett Watkins Other sophomores with the varsityare having." Sexton said. BHS also opensa D.c.10(Fr) MacclannyPalatfca 'Horn Away
the last two years. Not since the Sexton could be the start of the ((6'), Mark Pierce (5'8"), and Gary Daren Chandler (6'2"), who con- series with InterlachenStill D.c. 14(Tu) Galntvlll "Away ,
hit in double down on the work chart are tradi- D.c. 17Fr( )
1977-78! season has BHS enjoyed a winning change. Carter (6'2") are potentially his top sistently figures
varsity campaign on the hard- The varsity team is youngwith scorers "but the thing that concernsme the stretch for the JV's Sam Norman tional rivals Baker County Clay, St. JANUARY ..w
court. just 5 seniors only 4 players with any is they're all streak shooters. We ((5'9"), and John David Francis Augustine, and Palatka, but the Jan.4(Tu) Kayttona HgUMlddlaburg ''Horn
It's Tornado varsity mentor Mike real varsity experience at all, and 4 lack that consistent type of scorer." ((5'6"). newer district foes- Eastside and Jon.7Fr( ) .;;Away
Sexton's job to pull BHS basketballout sophomores on the roster. But Sexton Watkins was hurt all last year but Sexton says Johnson will be strongon Gainesville Buchholz- have been Jan. 11 (To) Clay High '.Ham r"
of that nosedive.No says this club is not just whoever Sexton calls him "our most physical the boards and Chandler could add dropped. Jan. 14Fr) MacclannyOranga Horn
stranger to winning basketball- would come out. ballplayer." Pierce started as a shooting punch,while the other young IHS VARSITY ROSTER Jan. 15(So) ParkIntarlachan :Away
Sexton was the coach of 22-4 and 23-4 "For the first time in the past cou- junior and Sexton says Carter has players show good ballhandling abili Nam Ht. Grad. Jan. 11(Tu) :tfJmo
state contenders in '74 and '75the ple of years I have been able to be shown great improvement.The ty.As Emmett Watkins 6-0 12 Jon. 21 (Fr) St.AugoiHnaCalnatvllla ;Homo Away
veteran coach thinks BHS could pull selective in choosing a team," he other seniors are Tony Bell for the nearby arrival of the Tony Bell 6-0 12 Jan.25(Tu) :
mixture of (6'0") and Frank Allen (5'11"). season-opening at Green Cove Mark Jan.21(Fr) KaydonaHgta :;Away
out and fly right if it can get off to a said. "We've got a good tipoff Pierce 5-8 12 '
good start this year. youth and some older players and at Juniors include the two big men of Springs Sexton said: "we need those 6 Gary Carter 6-2 12 FEBRUARY i*
"The key to the whole thing is our this point the kids don t lack for confidence the team- JV graduate Tommy days of practice. Some nights have Frank Allen 6-2 12 F.b. I (Tu) Op.
continuing to work hard and having ." Johnson ((6'4") and transfer CecilWright been good, some nights have bad so Tom Johnson 6-4 11 F.b. (Fr) Intarlachan :Away
some success early," he said with 6 The major strength could be ((6'3"), who is the club's best far." Cecil Wright 6-3 11 F.b. I(Tu) St.Auguittna .)ti mo
practices to go before the season quickness and balance and Sexton leaper Robert Bellamy 5-7 10 F.b,11Fr( ) MlddlaburgPalaHia' .'Ha ma
opener at Clay High, Tuesday Nov. said up to 10 players could see exten- Actually Wright isn't eligible yet "New Look" ScheduleThe John D. Francis 5-6 10 F.b. IS(Tu) AwayAway
30. "I felt the same way the last two sive playing time in a game-style that pending a hardship case ruling on him biggest change in BHS basketball Sam Norman 5-9 10 Feb. 1.(Fr) Santa Fa
years. I believe that if we could have will center around mixing defenses by the Florida High School Activities this year might be the schedule Daren Chandler 6-2 10 F.b.It(So) laka Sutler Kama
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-- High JV basketball has a Evidence of the height is a trio of
Bradford High's wrestlers didn't ed other students interested in wrestl- Christmas tourney champ. Wrighthas new look all around with first-year 6'3" post men- freshman Herbert In the conviction or arrest -
have a whole lot of highlights during ing out,saying,"we're really workingon had injury trouble but is down to coach Bill Sexton and a bunch of new Cooper and Ricky Gainey, and
last year's 4 win -10 loss campaign filling up the other weight 155 for his last go-round as a BHS faces to the sport at BHS and hopesare sophomore Harold Cunningham. At of the person or per
but they did have a couple of big ones. categories so we won't have to forfeit grappler. that it will add up to some new 6'1" are Jimmy Hankerson and Jim.
The biggest was probably a 35-32 deci- any. But if we have to, we'll go with Bresee should hold down the results. Wins that is. my Sewell, both sophomores. sons who took ceiling
sion over Palatka that is believed to what we've got." 170-pound post, while Thornton 248, The BUS junior varsity has won just Quickness may be a strong suit as fans on October 3 from
be the first and only Tornado wrestl- Returning starters include seniors comes off a summer where he "."" nn<. came in both of the past two well, as point guards Simon Mitchell
ing victory agaf" the Par v' v<-..., i McDuffie. Kenny Wright most of the age group tournami but judging by the talent Sex- and Shaun Jackson have speed to go Olin's Mobile Homes
And ironically the Tornadoes of and Tom Pierce; junior Teddy entered. 1.0.1 Co molding into a team for the Nov. with good ballhandling ability and
1982-83 open the season against that Bresee; and sophomore Donald Other juniors on the squad are Anthony 30 opener at Clay High this club could wing men Kenny Holmes, Patrick Sales.
north Florida 3A wrestling Thornton. Luke 136, Anthony Williams change all that. Mills, and Frank Long match
powerhouse Tuesday Nov. 30, at McDuffie (148 pounds), the district 120, and Paul Bartoszek 145 all first Much like the 9th grade football quickness with good leaping ability.
Palatka. 5-AAA champ in the 132 pound divi- year wrestlers. New freshman are team which went 6-1 this fall the JV Rounding out the roster are four
The Panthers will definitely be out sion last year with a 20-5 record and 9 Bruce Davis 116, Irving Meres, 141, cagers who have 10 freshman on a 14 more freshman Todd McLeod Reggie Contact
to avenge that first-ever defeat to for the season, is up to 148 but and James Carlton, 155. -man roster, appear to be not just Jackson, Greg Jackson, and Chris Mark Olin
BHS. but new Tornado coach Dick Ropes were down to 142 for the post- taller, but quicker stronger, and bet Thomas.As .
Russell notes that the Panthers football season he could be a state title In a freestyle wrestling tournamentat ter shooters than the BHS JV squadsof for his basketball philosophy P.O. Box 27
/ wrestlers will still be involved contender. The explosive senior was Live Oak last weekend two Brad- recent years. Still, they are an Sexton, who played one year at Col-
with the playoffs and gives his squada beaten only once in a busy summer of ford High wrestlers took gold medals. unkown quantity since not one of the umbus College and 3 at LaGrange in Starkeor
shot at win number two. freestyle wrestling. Michael McOuffie scored three players has organized roundhall ex Georgia, says he wants his team to
Depth could again pose a problemthis Pierce now 108, was the team decisions to win the 149 pound class perience. Also, grade reports were play pressure defense, especially in
year as just 11 wrestlers were out leader in pins with 10 as a 102pounderlast and Donald Thornton fresh off the given to coaches Tuesday and some of the first half. "We want to try to cause Call
as of early this week. Russell welcom- year and was Ocala Forest football field, won the unlimited class. I II the players may be academic mistakes. We'll fastbreak but it'll be
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The "second" season in the NFL is just starting (the playoffs will be a
"third"season this year), but the high schools in Florida start the beginning "
of the end this Friday night Nov. 26. with first-round playoff games. 2
In nearby class 3A encounters Gainesville Buchholz ((9-1)) plays Ocala -\FUN RUN
Forest ((8-2) at Booster Stadium in Ocala and defending state champ Palatka 1 _a _
((10-0)) will host Jacksonville Lee ((6-4). That is, unless the Florida High
School Activities Association rules with Gainesville High that Buchholz is us-
ing an ineligible player from the GUS district. If that's the case GHS's Hur-
ricanes will go to Ocala. Autumn Saturday November 27
Also close by Lake City (9-1) hosts the only team to beat it this year 2nd-, Stir I /
ranked Jacksonville Raines (UHI) in a Region II 4A game. &
And if you want to get a look at what good 2A ball looks like before the Tornadoes iwil Rim Trophies to all age groups. First place winners.,
drop into that class next fall the closest game is Newberry ((9-1) at Trophies to first place male and female *
Hawthorne (6-4). The best 2A first-rounder should be two-time champ Second winner over all in both races
Wakulla (7-2) at Monticello(9-1).Monticello has beaten Wakulla the last two t and Third place prizes to all age groups. 'I
years in regular season play but Wakulla won out in the playoffs. Trophy to oldest and youngest runner.
Other 3A games around the state this year have a battle of unbeatens in Age' Groups
Region Crestvlew ((10-0)( )) versus Tallahassee Leon (10-0)( )). Crestview beat MEN '
Milton handily for Its title last week while Leon has had just one close gameall Sponsored annually by the Bradford Co. Telegraph and the Community State Bank of Starke 13 -Und.r}
year, thanks mostly to junior tailback Tanner Holloman. At a school that (Donated T-Shirts., Trophies, AdvprtisomonMtfff )
made its name passing the ball Holloman rushed for 2,081 yards and 31 TD's '14-19
in the regular season. 20 25
Region 3 is Tampa Jesuit ((8-2)) at KUiimmee (8-2)), Region 4 has Lake Don't Walk, 26-29
Wales meeting Tilusville ((8-2), and in Region 5 St. Petersburg Lakewood Run !, :
((9-1)) goes to unbeaten Naples ((10-0)( ) In Region 6 the winner of a Monday \\ 30-39 r
night tiebreaker between Central and Westwood of Ft. Pierce and lastyear's Two Races: 10,000 Meter ((6.2 miles) and One ((1)) Mile Race 40-49
state runnerup Riviera Bcb. Suncoast- plays at West Palm Car. 50 :
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dinal Newman (10-0)( ) And St. Thomas Aquinas of Ft. Lauderdale visits to all Finishers over
Homestead (7-3) in Region 8. ; ",
Quarterfinal games are Friday, Dec. 3, semi's (and the 1A final) Dec. 10, : "
and finals in 2A through 4A Friday, Dec. 17... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ,. ;
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& Jerry's 2 Overal Trophies ?.
Following in Dad's Footsteps..... Community Action Dub ,
Pam Rayburn daughter of former Starke rec. director Gene Rayburn Gator aide& START: 4 14 .19
and the late Georgia Rayburn, and a BUS graduate, recently was promoted race officialsJaycee's Community State Bank of Starke z1 20. 29
to become the first assistant park manager In the Mississippi state park of SUrke Race Assistants 30.39
system.She Starke City Polce U.S. 301 South .
is asst. manager at Roosevelt Stale Park in Jackson, Miss. City of SUrke 40, over
Pam graduated from NW Mississippi Jr. College (where younger brother (Across from McDonald's, ) ),),
Stu is playing football), and the University of Mississippi with a degree in Hard.30 Dinners Starke Florida 32091 ', !.
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Recreation.She McDonald .30 Sandwiches "
has been employed by the Bureau of Recreation&:Parks in Mississippi .';
for 7 years serving as a clerk In 2 parks until being named an assistant
manager.
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Proud daddy Gene, a park manager at John W. Kyle State Park in Sardis ., 0
Miss., says he's only waiting until Pam becomes the first female park .
j manager... Fourth Annual Star-lie Road Race (1982)

C/O B.A.R.C.- P.O. Box 509 Starke Fla
...Here's another reminder that the 4th annual Autumn Sun Fun Run, 32091
Bradford County's yearly road race wW be held Saturday, Nov. rT, again 'J' .
starting at the Community State Bank parking lot. SEES: Saturday G! Butler Ter.
? ,November
Again the race will actually be two races a 10,000 meter ((6.2 miles) run 27,1982 S
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and a one mile fun run. $5.00 Race Day i-
Entry fee is S4.50 for pre-registration and$5 the day of the race. Proceeds Name
go to the Bradford A oclaU- for Retarded Cltlxens... "d
Address _. x---.Age
...If they hold the academic end of the Alton Rd.
up college game three former Tornado T-ShirtSize: XL "
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players will be playing baseball at 84.John's Community College in the -- _-rhin-
Make
coming sea season.SJCC Sop.......BID Goodge.and freshman Scott Allen checks payable to BARC (Bradford Association for Retarded Citizens) '
and Scott Hudson made the final cut for Vlkiag baseball... I hereby release for myself and heirs all race sponsors,host and officials from liability for in- f_ ........ Rd.

jury, illness or death suffered In connectin with this race. I certify that I have trained for this

Man Hill Had Mess.... ev )nt.I also give permission for the use of my name and picture in publicity of the race. i Wnw..land

Man Hill College where BHS graduate Allea Scott plays football, experienced .... :c
a minor mid-season when coach Claude Signature: : .
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was fired on grounds that be couldn't get along with school ad- Entries will not be or Guardian if under 18 i : ........ .
t miJ traton. The team backed him up and refused to play Saturday game confirmed-pick up race number on race day,please. 1 ..............
against Newberry 8.C.) CUeg 10,000 Meter_-.One (1) Mlle __Both 10,000 Meter((B.2 .iiif.,
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t 68 of the 90 players Including AUra reportedly! suited back up to finish the Out and Back m Edwarea And
season under a former assistant coach but the Lions finished just 1-10. their
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Points / season Reboundscareer
W-L Year (Coach Titles won
23-4 '73.74 (sexton) District,"Region, 528 Wayne McLeod '66.67 (with yr.graduated
District 515 Wayne McLeOd '65.66 908 Donnie seweil 75 Lw/;
22-4 74.75 (Sexton)
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500 John Williams 63.64 839 Paul McLeod 68
23.7 66-67 (AdkinsOn) Group
445 Freddie Afdrldge 78 655 Able Williams 74
1t1.6 75-76 (Sexton) District
i 433 Freddie Aldridge 77 637 Curtis white 74
It ZAat 10.8 68-69 (Sexton)
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425 Charles Blya 68-69 'I' "
18.10 '77'78 (AdkinSOn) District ,
411 Wayne 75-76
Berry
1 16-9 '17-68; (AdkinsOn)
375 Curtis White 73-74
FC Percentage
17.10 i 48.49 District
e rARI 16.11 '65.66 (AdkinSOn) Group 346 Alvaughn GOlden' .74 60.6 Donnie Seweil 7374
34* Frank Dryden 4934i
16"'? '72.73 (Sexton) District '
+ i iW' b Milton Baker 75.76 o R #
FT Percentage
70.8 Milton Baker 75-76 r a'4"e
Scoring Average
I lot win streak", points / came 19.2 John Williams'63-64
17 '73.74 team 89 Palatka'68-69 '
gar > versus 18.9 Wayne MCLeod 65.66 FT's Made / season
89 versus Pens.Tate'65.66 18.5 Charles Blye'68-69 '
I II 91 Paul McLeod 66.67
17.7 Wayne Mcieod 66-67
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4 Long LOSS streak 17.6 David McKnight'69-70 14 v
26 games current points / Quarter 17.1 Wayne Berry 75-76 Assists / Season

+ 22 games 79-80 36 versus Buchholz 72-73 179 Kenny Hampton 77.78
163 Tim Murphy.69

Points / career 6..
Scoring Average FT percentage
66.1 71-72(1520( pts) 61 percent '80-81 team (with yr.graduated' Assists / career
6..7 '68-63(1511( ptS) 60 percent '69-70 team 1,337 wayne Mcleod 67 396 Tim Murphy'68.71 A...
65.4 '73.7411767 pts) percent 75.76 team 1,150 John Williams
1,007 Freddie Aldrldge 78
928 Able Williams 74
p14v W 890 Donnie Sewell 75 All State,1stteam
Average Margin! Team Rebounds Donnie SE>Well 73-74
144 73-74 ((65.4 to 51.0)) 1,135 '73-74((43 ave.) Donnie sewell '74-75
i& 1,025 71.72(44.6 ave)
Lf points I Came All! state mention
34 Glenn Reddish-55-56
33 Charles Blye '68-69 Alvaughn Golden 7374
33 Alvaughr Golden 73-74 Curtis White 73-74
BHS Basketball Beards Last 20 Years 32 Wayne McLeod '65-66 Freddie Aldrldge 77-78
Kenny Hampton 77-78
Year Record 1976 1&3 1969 158
1982 0-23 1975 22-4 1968 16-9
Sky-King of the Boards... 1981 3.20 1974 23-4 1967 23-7 Rebounds I Season North-south All Star Just Two of 1,337...
1980 2-23 1973 16-12 1966 16-11 448 Charles Blye'68-69
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1979 619 1972 14.9 1965 7.14 384 Donnie seweil 74-75 '
:11 easiest two points Wayne Vlcl.eod scored in
) rebound against Ocala Vanguard hauled down 908
Able Williams 1974 I
1978 18'10 1971 1-19 1964 15.11 351 DonnieSeweii'737433S Ills brilliant Tornado basketball :
boards during his BUS days to rank as the all lime career
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1977 12.16 Paul MCieOd 67-68 wayne Berry 1976
Cap Tornado bounder. 1970 8.14 1963 11.14 McLeod pumped in 1.317 points while at
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With one night to go in the Starke gave up an interception. But the Raulerson and Biggs hooked up on a
I men's flag football league the championship Starke club stopped the' Streaks and 9 yard double-pass TD to put O&R up _
I is still'Up for grabs. gut the ball back on downs with 1:13: 6-0. but the Streaks tied!and then went _

The schedule saved the best for lastas up 126 on an interception return. w '.iv y. ;,..
first place Music Men &1 in the left.On the first play Bill Goodge But O&R came back as Goodge hit SC

league play second place O'Steen & unleashed very a 62: yard bomb to a wide Griffis for a 13 yard pass to UP ':... ... ,.
Roberts (7-2)( at 6:30: Wednesday open Erie Biggs and then hit Kenny Miracle number one for the winners 1
night, Dec. I. A Music Men win sews Bo Griffis for the conversion to put came moments later when a pass intended '- -,
I up a third straight league crown for O&R 3125. for Biggs was batted right into C
I them. But an O'Steen & Roberts win In the up last minute the Streaks drove the arms of Griffis for an easy score.
I means a tie for the top spot and will right back down the field but from That made it 18-12 but the Streaks tied
}force a playoff for first place between on a 4th and goal TD pass.
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t)ec. 3-5 District tournament in the corner was intercepted by Gene his club back on top 24-18 before the
Raulerson, sealing the key victory.
ainesville. Streaks scored with 5:10: remainingand
behind: to pull out a semi-miracle win Before the wild finish the game wasa took the 25-21 lead on a convey:

*ver the reeks 31-25.: see-saw batU. wj t...each teant... ,.slon pass the Clrstsucceufu1co vefcw...
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$ The Bucs lost their final game Wednesday Nov. 10 half scoring runs by Juston Brown
Wednesday Nov. 10, but that wasn't Rams'33. Bees: Raymond Trimble and Eric Brown propelled the
enough to keep them from taking the tallied four TD's on runs of 40, 11, 9. Cowboys to the win over the Steelers.
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I Despite Passing Fancy Tornadoes Can't Bust Broncos in Finale



aerial show by Tor- back the other way. Led by versatile ,.

nado juniors Robert Carver and Brad junior quarterback Andy Zarzycki r .
Russell Bradford High' Tornadoeswere and speedy tailbacks Peyton and Don- N rl,
able to stick the b.illin the end- rile Harrell Middleburg used 20 plays TT :
zone only once last Friday night and and 8 minutes and 33 seconds to grind r
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20-7 in the final game of 1982. verted a 3rd and one, 3rd and seven, _
The loss ended,a 3-7 year for BHS 4th and 12, and 3rd: and one, and when
I while Middleburg, now 6-4, plays fullback Todd Steele rammed in froma
.1 Land '0 Lakes In a bowl game at yard out for the TD just 4:47 remained
North Marion Wednesday night. on the clock.
After doing next to nothing offensively BHS tried to make up the differencein
in the first half and falling the short time remaining. The
behind 14-0 midway through period Carver-to-Russell drag pass clicked r
I I; three the Tornadoes went to the air again for 11 and 9 yard gainers and
and used Carver's arm and Russell's sophomore back Robert Bellamy
fine hands and flashing feet to forge a scooted 17 yards on a wingback pitch
comeback. BHS was 7 of 10 through but the Broncos also nailed Bellamyfor
the air for 88 yards, with Carver hit a 9 yard loss on the pitch play.
ting 6 of 71-and Russell grabbing 3 On 4th and 6 from the BHS 48 with
receptions for 59 yards. 2:44 to go a 28 yard halfback pass
Immediately after the Broncos had from Bellamy to a leaping Frank z... I.
: gone up 14-0 when tailback Micky Allen was nullified by an ineligible .
Peyton zig-zagged 20 yards through receiver downfield penalty and that 1/ 1 w ,s f1 H.1, Y1.%re 4 1 ; 3J 7;
the BHS defense to cap a 54 yard effectively sealed Bradford's doom oif .Y'Sl4-s ,. I '*4 f
I march, the Tornado offense respond- An illegal procedure penalty gave the ,,, ,. rs- ; Gr v '. 4 yr 4? 'U I
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ed.Bradford went 81 yards on 10 plays.A last ditch halfback pass fellin-
late hit penalty against the Broncos complete with 1:59: remaining, leaving A 4
gave BHS one first down, and Carver the Broncos only to run off the :
hit Russell on the wingback drag time. :

route that has been nearly unstoppable _
for 29 stripes and then again [niS( Bent Didn't BreakIn .,'". 4ai

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Running Room. .
ting Russell on the numbers for the that churned out over 300 yards .
first down. Russell made it than total offense. Alter taking a pitch from quarterback Robert" Carver (12) B IrutJ:;;:
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that though, sprinting to the corner On the first play from scrimmage Russell (21)) looks for a hole outside against/ Middleburg defense. ';ItT
and getting all the way to the 1 before Peyton broke loose for a 71-yard .,. .
out of bounds. Carver sprint down the sideline, being angledout Kicker Rich Hoover then missed "j'
being angled a 25 Middleburg wasted another chance followed sophomore tackle Eddie MIOOUSIMO .uDfo'f; : %c':;:
snuck the ball in behind center Tom- by Emmett Watkins and Russellat yard field goal try so the Broncos got when a long punt return was called Forester Into the endzone from 4 12 fir/downs .r.-,4'toof
my Johnson on the next play and with the 9. But the Tornadoes rose up fora nothing except field position out of back on.an illegal block call. yards away for the TD with. just 2:17: 52-27 rushesyards4S Z2 6J'i"i-,:. .
John David Francis' conversion the 7th goal line stand of the season. Peyton's long scamper. remaining in the half. pass yards 88 J.
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touchdown at 14-7 with over 17 at the line of scrimmage, noseguard Later in the first period the Broncos chances for Middleburg scores the "Middleburg was physical defen- a-3o penalties-yards\ 740Ml4dlfewrf "
minutes to play. Kenny Wright met Steele: in the drove 68 yards, but on 1st and 10 from Tornadoes gave the Broncos an sively, just as we thought they'd be," 0 7 7 tIr H'rb'!: ...
But just as the Bradford had backfield for a 2 yard loss, and Steve the BHS 16 Peyton dropped a handoff purtunity too good to turn down. BUS op- BHS coach David Hurse said. "The .4l.... fl 0 I tM r

responded when its back was to the Spell, Watkins, and Rehburg. ganged and alert BHS linebacker Billy fumbled a punt to give Middleburg kids did everything they could have '-r H..II.y M M nin lull(N..r(HM>..kick kick)) aCl'NM
ball the Broncos responded im up on Peyton on a third down play Rehberg pounced on his 6th fumble the ball at the Bradford 15 and 5 plays done, we just didn't have enough people ,.C.r...r | fun(.....1.kkk) ",:Mw
mediately to swing the momentum that picked up only 3 yards to the 8. recovery of the season later Middleburg was up 70. Harrell to get the job done." M.

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Timucuana Conference seasonis The Jr. Midgets, also 7-1-1, lost to defensive struggle with Gerald Reeves and Larry Griffin.
over as far as the Bradford Middleburg.This Pardee, and Wayne Addison.
Bradham and Larry Griffin leading The second string got to play pretty With Chandler leading the way the
i couple Cowboys of teams bowl are concerned but the a Saturday the Jr. Midgets will the Cowboys with 9 and 8 tackles. much the whole game, but they did Cowboys actuall) had a chance to top
y horizon. games are on carry the Bradford Cowboy banner to -Bradham also snared an interception.Other just as good a job of bringing the Chandler Ends With Middleburg but dropped two TD
Jacksonville to play Murray Hill's Jr. defensive stalwarts were Shane Cowboys another victory.TD 820 Yards, 102 TacklesThe passes in the endzone.
Bad luck befell the local teams last Midgets in the Normandy Blue Bowl. Ward, James Thompson, and Kelsey Cowboy Pee Wee's ended their
weekend as the Jr. Midgets and Jr. Tentatively scheduled !is a bowl Ford. Lance credits went to Gale Hampton, season on a sour note with an 18-7 loss Greg Pittman had 10 tackles and
Pee Wee's lost Timicunua championship game for the Jr. Pee Wee's at Venice On offense Wiggins, Gerald Bradham, to Middleburg Homecoming weekend ran for 40 yards, Billy Stroud caught
yardage was hard to Kevin Wise, and Griffin. And
game battles and the (southwest Florida) on Dec. 4. Kasey but two passes for 25 yards, and Wendell
Mites their
Mitey come by with Gale Hampton leading Ford had a TD called b "ck. ace, Harold Chandler,finished -, Hudson snared three catches for
lost in a bowl at Green 30
f/-/ game Cove Bradford with 33. an outstanding season with
Springs. Jr. Pee Wees End 2nd Defensively the boys who got their another strong performance. yards.

The Jr. Pee Wees ended up second The Keystone game was a different chance to play were outstanding, Also, Willie Chandler made 5
In the playoffs at Lake Butler The. in the league,as they lost an overtime story. It was offensive fireworks for Jamie Bowen recovered a fumble and Chandler ran for 135 yards, made 12 tackles and caught two passes for 28
previously unbeaten Jr. Pee Wees nail-biter to Orange Park after whom- the Cowboys while the defense didn't other outstanding players included tackles and set up the Cowboy score yards, Mike Jackson came back from
7-1-1)) played Orange Park to a (0-0 ping Keystone Heights 31-0 for allow a score. Andy Goodowns, Shane Ward, John with a 65 yard kickoff return in the being out 3 weeks with a cracked rib
standoff in regulation but lost in over- Homecoming.The Stephens, Michael Wise, Kenneth defeat, giving him 820 yards rushing and had 5
Coaches look tackles Troy Aaron in
time on a controversial touchdown. gave the team a new Noi man, Dante Williams, Henry MeCutcheon. and 102 tackles for the season. He was was
playoff with Orange Park on 4 tackles and Chuck Morrow
was a including new campa ins. Robert had 5
Greg Thomas, Jason also in on 35 assists. tackles and rushed for 15 .
a- -- "JI ,_ ____. ,_ __,.,.. --, ..- ----,.. yards.PUBLIC
I Falcons 10-12 Flag "'-" -' -
Champs --- -- NOTICE .
'.
The Falcons lost to the Bengals on Friday,Nov. 11 a : .l
YI 'f r The City of Starke Community Development Block Grant
the last day of the "rkA
season Tuesday, Bengals 33- Dolphins 26: Mitch Gray i
but that wasn't enough to knock them scored on TD runs of 22,9, and 7 yards Office is compiling a list of general contractors to par-
out of first place in the Starke 10-12 and threw scoring passes to Richie 4 .Nr ticipate in the rehabilitation program. "4r
year old flag football I league Barnes and Shannon Love as the 'I:;'
Bengals were victorious.For .
The Falcons closed the season with the losers Jamey Carver scored All Contractors must be able to:

11 wins and just four losses. The twice and Donnie Francis and Scott 1. Provide a photostated copy of state license.
Dolphins clinched the runnerup slot Duncan once apiece.
Tuesday and finished 8-7, followed by r ..
,
the Bengals 6-9, and the 49ers 5-10. 49ri 14 Falcons 6: Passing 2. Furnish evidence of comprehensive public liability in- .'' ;;

touchdowns from Mark Strickland to :: ki surance coverage protecting the owner for not Jess than ,tIW
I' Tuesday, Nov 16 Richie Barnes and Mitch Gray to Ed t. wM
100000., in the event of bodily injury including death bnD
Bengals 20 Falcons 6: Mitch Gray Douglas sparked the 49ers to victory *
ran 30 for and 25,000, in the event of property damage arising out ?
I yards a score and hooked up Mark Marshall ran 9 yards for the ?I au"
with Link Bishop twice on TD passesas loser's score. of the work coverage required by local law governing
the Bengals finished the season .
Workman's "lIT 11
Compensation.'I'
with a win.Tommr Tuesday Nov.9 I'I I

Balkcom threw to Mark Bengals 12 49ers 8: The Bengals' .. :
for a 30 yard passandrunplay Chris Tuvker and Tim Lewis caught t 3. Obtain and pay for all permits and licenses necessary zsj
g I.
for the Falcon TD. 49er runners in the endzone for for the completion and execution of the work and labor0 .>"* ,..a
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safeties as the cats pulled out a 12-8 : > .>v
49ers 23 Dolphins 21: Ed Douglas win.Also ;i to be performed. rf WUTOM) MA uo t
scored on a run and a pass catch and Mitch Gray passed 24 yards to Pr nitjo no on' g
Jeff Foster tallied the winning Tim Lewis for the winners touchdown ) 4. Perform all work in conformance with applicable < 'ZIO
touchdown in the second half lfljcHriTUJ .tt
as the while the 49ers dented the Scoreboardon 1-
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49ers nipped the Dolphins.For a 40 yard pass and catch play from codes and requirements whether b'rjnot':: fcwere&yjfche ? 1)1''::: d

the losers Bo Bishop twice ran Richie Barnes to Mark Strickland. specifications and drawings for the work ytM, : ,.fi (?
for touchdowns and Donnie Francis I "".i.>..b m I1w _

had a scoring carry. clinched Falcons 12 the. Dolphins league title 6: The with Falcons this 5. Abide by Federal and Local regulations pertaTjungto, 1C 1 I .a; I

Monday.Nov. 15 overtime win as Mark Marshall's 10 equal employment. : ...
Falcons 18 Bengali 6: Mark Mar- yard run provided the difference. .y .11

shall Balkcom, Roland shared Shafer the, TD's and Tommy for the run Derrick for the Dowdy earlier scored Falcon on TD a and 1 yard the Falcons Fly High in Flag League... All contractors interested in this reha llitaflonu'wlrftl '" :'oe: s i

Falcons in this win. Dolphins evened the count on a 19 The Falcons flew to the top of the Starke 10-12 year old flag football league. please make application to the Community Development 'I1C
Jamie Whitehead had the Bengal yard pass from Jamey Carver to Don Members of championship team with their ribbons are:, from left Jim I Office at City Hall Monday through between i-tt c
score. nie Francis. Widener Randy Balkcom Derrick Dowdy, Rolland Shafer (top), Mark Mar- Friday, the'hours :-:
shall (middle), Clarence Williams, and Matt Barber. of f-: d 5:00: p.m. .ar.", :

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: 9:00: till I 2:00 was in 1967. I've had back trouble every since. There were times that I'd I. =
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k pain my until I couldn't straighten up.,I have been to
several doctors, they'd tell me my spine was out of line and it was something Via. lr s:
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# ,jL a' Vibaratus, heating pads to a back belt. Not much of anything helped. Our ; :;_
.. 4 1 youngest son got down once with his back and he went to Dr. Dopson. He p- I

.. 1' The. wasn't able to walk by himself when he went to the office but,when he came s 1
out he was fine,after the adjustment and has had no trouble since. Kmmmxiiin" ,aiaanai mmmf.d, \ ;
j n 'h Back in July of this: year I had severe lower back pain and I decided to go to Dr. Dopson t '4
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back. I have nothing but a deep compassion for Dr. Dopson and his staff | :
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TWO SHOWS:
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*: By Sincerely a friend always, ..t.J '
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rely;. .,.. Wilbur' Waters and Mrs George Roberts,Jr. entertained Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr.,was in

"and Mrs. at a birthday luncheon Friday at Boston, Mass. Wednesday to Mondayto
'! attended
WI Paul Brooks
Ifr.and ldrs. Western Steer Steak House for Mrs attend the wedding of Brenda Lee jt
in the :
{ concert Col-
'I Manilow
!the Barry
George Roberts, Sr. on her 85th birthday to Mark Vincent on Friday
8SeWn: ) Sunday night and :
.. Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards,
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:1& ; 4 J whose 88th birthday fell on Saturday.Mrs. Turkol.ogy

Mrs. A. J. Barry was In Pittsburg."V Edwards' daughter, Mrs. Drew Attending the Housewarming i

Pa..over the weekend visiting herc Reddish was also a guest Saturday evening in St. Augustine at s!
lather,."Fritz Kramer, patient in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Red-
".il' Beaver Valley Medical Center, dish were: Mrs. Vincent Lewis, Mrs. Contest
if if.1'
'01-", BeavwyPa.Arnoilg Leona Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy En- v\L Zj'1Win
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and Mrs.
On Saturday, Mr.
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Ise";: l : nis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Agin, Mr. ''
those attending the Reddish had a birthday luncheon at and Mrs.Drew Reddish,Tommy Red-

*A !Up/Tulane football game Saturday their home for Mrs. Mamie Lou Ed- dish, Lorna Leasure Mr. and Mrs. :"
'. '!' light were Mr. and Mrs.Al Kay CarliileVMr.and wards. Helping to celebrate the occasion John Arthur Reddish and children j T:

'rl\:,: Mrs.J. E. Hardy and Mr. were Mrs. Rex Mixon and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reddish anJchildren A

i ..*; ind Mrs. Pat Farnsworth. Paul Moore of Jacksonville, Mrs. Lou Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mr. in
Royster of North Augusta, S.C., Mrs. forest
I.n and Mrs. Keith Tetstone and son,
i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas George Roberts,Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pam Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Jack TurkeyFor

.M t ipent Saturday Palatka visiting her Bill Edwards of Kingsley Lake. Strube, Miss Jennifer Haas, Mr. and hens

"">'j.? brother; Bill Haile and Mrs. Haile. On Mrs. Brad Carter, and Mrs. Lou

"'rf! Sunday they attended the re- Royster of North Augusta, S.C.
'i.i.. enactment of the Battle of Orange ,.
Lex Green and Jennifer Nix of
the Blue and the
f::' Springs; between ThanksgivingNEW
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Valdosta State Con e are. home for
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Gray, *,- the Thanksgiving holiday Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish and

s-: Mrs-. Ruth Reddish was in North children of Pensacola are visiting his is

't Florida: :Regional Hospital last week Mrs. Bettie Mizelle has moved from mother,Mrs. Ruth Reddish over the

w"i for observation and treatment. her Church street home to Bushnell. Thanksgiving holidays. hey

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..... ,JCPR:Course RULE : Previous winners may enter contest but are not eligible to

;;! To Start Nov. 30 If the shoe doesn't fit..sell it! win prize. es r-

11 4 Th< 'Community Education Pro-

;f-? will gram-for offer a Bradford C.P.R. First County Aid schooir course Call 964-6305 for an ad just your size. RULES: Each space below represents some business firm of Bradford idm

=J..n beginning, Tuesday Nov. 30, and en. County. Use the scrambled letters and arrange them to spell the firm's ind

.3.1:: ding Thursday, Dec. 16. ,11
EXACTLY using all the letters and punctuation marks to enter
name
I''!, TThe class will meet on Tuesday and .
. Thursday nights from 7 to 10 at the this contest. The first THREE persons submitting the correct or nearest r.t

-i;if radford-Union Area Vocational FLORILAND REALTY correct BEFORE 12:00 Nov. 22 will be awarded r.It
.r; !'Technical Center. Cost will be $2 for answer noon on Monday.

:.f registration: plus books. You may 964-7700 turkeys for Thanksgiving.NOTE .
; register the first night of class or by Itg
"i calling David Smith, 964-6150. 393 N. Temple Ave.. Starke : Should it be necessary to use an accompanying sheet of paper

Vernle P. Odom Broker GRI BE SURE to use the corresponding numbers or your answers could be

J. D. Odom Jr. Associate 964-5476. Eve.
.WhenYouPlaceAWantAd, wrong.

Remember This LlMU Verse *17 Plus Acres.Graded roed.sectuoed.: $1300 per.... CONGRATULATIONS! I.a

"J 'THE MORE YOU TELL, *1'It Ac. lid,. lot-Country Club area. $5500. '

THE MORE YOU SELL ILj I 9an APPROXIMATELY 16 'Acres In City. Financing This Years Winners Are :

Dial 964-6309 1 available-
Lj *BUILDING LOT on Pratt St.100's1IS'

.p FOR GRACIOUS LIVING One el Storks* landmark

1- hornet, 436 Ne. Walnut St. Gotts
Low.rlnglnterest Rates CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom. 2 berth well built older Ruby Harper Marty

'j May Trigger Escalation-Buy. Wisely ham. Has nice yard. L. Thomas
1 Buy Now *131 ACRI FARM Four chicken houses 3,000 ft. road Terry

frontage on US-301.

: Lov.ly Brick 3/2 In DoUwood. .. .. .. .$5',500 *Vi ACRE to 1V4 ACRE LOTi Priced to loll. $2500 to
REMEMBER THE DEADLINE IS NOON MONDAY NOV.
Pool home town-4 bedrooms. .. ,... ....$46,000 $3350. Term $500.00 down, payment for S yr.. at : 22.

Large BR block home In town.. ,... ...$32,000 12".
Super nice mobile home on 1/2 manicured *25 ACRES With US-301: frontage. '

acre: . .,. . .;.;. ...... . .. . .$22.900. *S ACRES with 476 ft. on US301. I
: Spacious single wid. on 2 acre In Graham...$25.00 LOT 15-. Block 30 Hlghrldge Estate. Zoned for mobile 2.) Durrance Pump 3.) Thomas "Gate" Auto

3 bedroom, 2 bath screen porch. East Call homes.'OLDER 1.) ERA Faulkner Realty and Parts

Street. .. .. .. ... .. .... .. .. ,$50.toO 1-STORY home In need of repair, owner will Supply Company I r"I

hold mortgage.FOR .

0nI\.J GRACIOUS LIVING One of Starke' landmark r

Neighborhood 21 home, 436 No. Walnut St.

Properties, Inc. -Tm" J1l .. CONCRETE BLOCK 3 bedroom 2 bath well built older

Realtors I.D''D AM.o'uur.a. home. Ha nice yard. 4.) T.G., & Y. Family Center 5,) Harry Green Auto Parts 6.) Badcock Furniture Store
) 1982)- .nturv Jl
((904)) 964-5231 Real b....Corporation Rental
\ Equal Housing Opporluntry0! Available No.. 15 Cottage $ltO per mo. First and

\ lat.month rent, plus deposit.

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Legal Notices 0----------------_ u uu'u _.,JYI''''' ''''''......................_'''.................................*................

rewire the City Hall. Circuit Court of the All Interested persons 7.'Thornton) Auto Salvage 8.) Mosley Tire Company 9.) Community State Bank

D.partm.nt.C. Eighth Judicial Circuit In are required to file I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Bid must be receivedby
Elwin O'SteenAdminlrtrator and for Alachuo County with the court WITHIN ,
1982
BRADFORD COUNTY 7 Dec. 14.
p.m.
Florida In which J. D. THREE MONTHS FROM
; FLORIDA and will be opened at
Itchg 11/25 ODOM also known a* J. THE DATE OF THE FIRST I
: CIVIL ACTION this time. Bids may be
D. ODOM JR. and VER- PUBLICATION OF THIS
I NO. 82.483 mailed to City of Hampton ,
ADVERTISEMENTPursuant
NIE PHILLIPS ODOM. his NOTICE: ((1)) All claim
P.O. Box 230. Hampton
wife, are. the plaintiff, against the estate and
In re)the marriage of to Chapter FL 32044, or bid and J. R. KELLY also ((2)) any objection by an 10:) Jones' Craft Shop 11.) Pastry Shop of Starke 12.) Terwillegar Motors I
be hand deliveredto
LEA TNA S. STRICKLAND 932. Florida Statute, the may
known JAMES R. KELLY Interested to
a* person
Wife : Bradford the City Hall by phonIng
] County Sheriff'sOffice
et. al., are the defendants whom notice was mailed
and C 4681201. I
< of Bradford County

I will sell to the that challenge the
CHARLES STRICKLAND Please Indicate on the
Florida Intends to file
highest and best bidderfor validity of the will the
Husband Rule envelope that It I I. a bid.
a to Show Cause
j cash, at the East front qualifications of the personal
II the 11/18 4tchg 12/4
why following
f door of the Bradford representative,
NOTICE OF ACTION described 15.) Century 21Neighborhood
property NOTICEOF County Courthouse In venue or jurisdiction of 13.) Baldwin Chevrolet.
I should not b. forfeitedto INTENTTO Stark., Florida at 11:00: the Court. 14.) Williams Jewelry Properties,
TO ICHARLES the Oldsmobile Inc.
: State of Florida: ,
REGISTER a.m. on December 16. ALL CLAIMS AND Inc. Realtor
STRICKLAND IN RE: ROBERT FICTITIOUS NAME 1982, the following OBJECTIONS NOT SO
I K.slcl.nce Unknown FERGUSON and
: LINDA C.
described property set FILED WILL BE FOREVER
FERGUSONOn. STATE OF FLORIDA forth in the order of final BARRED.
2 (yOU ARE NOTIFIED ((1)) 1978 Chevrol.t
COUNTY OF BRADFORD judgement: Date of the first
thotf! on action for Blazer' Vehicle Iden- 18.)
lot 17 of. Lake Bedford publication of this Notice
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE .Ulca
lion .
NumberiCK118BZ130197.
77jj BRADFORD FUR. Shore* according to of Administration: Corbett's Tire and Service
has been filed, .. NITURE INDUSTRIES OF Plat thereof recorded in November 18, 1982.FREDERICK 16.). Holiday Inn of Starke 17.) Mitchell's Drug Store :
g and, or. required to In addition,
you pursuant FLORIDA. INC. hereby Plat Book 2 at Page 59 of MACKP.r.onoIR.pr..nlotiv.
'rye a copy of yourwritten to Chapter 932 '
!U give notice thot It Intend the public record of .
defenses. If any, Florida Statute, the
to register with the Bradford County,
/ to fit on petitioner fact
operative conc.rn.'Ing Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida: being and lyingIn DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A.P. 1
LEATHA S. STRICKLAND the seizure of the
for Bradford County O. Drawer 1030
Bradford County,
.P. O. Box 213 Lawtey.
/III .property or. a* follows: Florida the fictitiousname Florida. Starke. Florida 32091
Florida 37058 on or 1. County of Seizure: Dated this 12th for 21.) S & W Muffler and Dis
before December 28, Dade of BRADFORD FUR dayof Attorney 19.) Photography by Mike 20.) Starke Wildnails andDiane's
NITURE INDUSTRIES and November 1982. '.r.anoIR.pr..nloll_ count Parts
1982 and file th. 2. Dote of Seizure: Cooney Beauty Shop
:;
to In buslnes. GILBERT BROWN. 904)964-5701)
engage
... original with the clerk off September 24. 1982.
under CLERK 11/182tchg 11/23
that fictitiousname
thli-court either beforeZ 3. taw enforcement
I I with a principal By: Marian McRoe. r
s.rirlce on petitioner or agency holding above
place of business located Deputy Clerk
Immediately; thereafter: described property NOTICE
:. otherwise. a 'judgement Bradford County Sheriff's at Highway 301 North
I : thei Slarke. Florida 32091. Prepared by and returnto NOTICE I I. hereby, 22.)
2 wllj( be entered for Office. Starke, Florida.
i i Z relief! demanded In, the 4. Court having BRADFORD FURNITURE : given that on Monday, Norman's Farm Produce 23.) Alligator Creek Ranch 2...) Hardee's Meat Market 1

1\j H petition. jurisdiction: Circuit Court INDUSTRIES. INC., JOHN H. JONESEsquire November 29, 1982 at and Seafood Market-Fresh Inc. 1H 1r

,>Z: WITNESS my hand and Bradford County, BY: 10:00: o'clock A.M., theundersigned Fruits Veg. r
Morris B.William., of Dudley P. Hardy, P.A. GATOR
Z thelseal" of this Court on Florida. ,
f .P. O. Drawer 1030
,\\Z( : November 18. 1982. 3. Anticipated date of President Starke.Florida 32091 FREIGHTWAYS INC. will
:' Sf GLiBERT BROWNE filing: December 13, sell at public auction torcash
DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A. Attorney for"lalntiHI11182tchg .'
\ K. Clerk of the Court 1982. at 2173 Commonwealth

,: :; By: Beuloh M. Moody 11/23 2tchg 12/02 By EsquireP. :John H.Jones 11/25 Ave.v 25.) Hayes Electric and Air 26.) Olin's Mobile Home Sales 27.) Charley E. Johns ,
= D.putyCI.rk Jacksonville, Florida
:: 3 11/2S4khg 12/14 NOTICEOF O. Drawer 1030 one lot of wooden Conditioning Co. Center Agency, Inc.

:.:. ;!. INTENTIONTO Starke, Florida 32091 display, consigned to
.-. 5- -' ...'. REGISTER ((904)) 964.5701 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Starlight Creations, .
-- FICTITIOUS NAME Attorney for EIGHTH JUDICIAL Orlando Florida: one lot

LEGAL NOTICE Registrant111841chg CIRCUIT C of Ven. Blinds, consigned

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IN AND FOR
NOTICE" ,is" HEREBY 1209IN to Atlantic V.B..
BRADFORD HOSPITAL GIVEN'That the undersigned BRADFORD COUNTY Jacksonville, Fla.: one 30.)
:: 'CORPORATION. INC. under the provisions THE CIRCUIT FLORIDA lot of dresses, consignedto 28.) Hill Security Service 29.) Sunshine, Florist Douglas Battery
COURT, EIGHTH CASE P40. 82.80-CP Of Starke
=
of Section 865.09. Sentree Corporation (
-
HEREBY JUDICIAL.CIRCUIT. ((1.3428)) I
; AGREES THAT Florida Statutes, will Sorasoto. Florida: one
.. ir.will comply with lit,. register with the Clerk of BRADFORD IN AND FOR PROBATE DIVISIONIn lot of toilet tissue,

,y Vi of the Civil Rights Act the Circuit Court In and COUNTY, towels, and paper, consigned
FLORIDA.. Re Estate ofPHILLIP
I Ii of:1944: (P... 88-352)) and for Bradford County CASE NO.I2-3'n : W. ALEXANDER. to Puritan 31,
', alt requirements Impos- Florida upon receipt of Chemical Co.,West Palm
Deceased
.4 by or pursuant to the. proof of publication of Beach Fla.; one lot of '
, :J. D. ODOM 31.) Jackson
33.)
J' Regulation of theo this notice, the following disposable cylinder 32.) Stump's DepartmentStore Sawyer Gas
'
akaJ.D.ODOM.JRand NOTICE
Department of Health fictitious name, to-wlt: OF ADMINISTRATIONThe refrigerant, consigned Building Supply & Appliances .
f/r, and Human Services, (d YOUN'I RECORDS under VERNIE PHILLIPS 'to YES Refrigeration

.r Jlt CM Part 80)) Issued pur- which I am (we ore) his wife.Plaintiffs. ODOM administrationof Jupiter;' Flo. one lot of .

{ .l ant to that title to the engaged In business at the estate of PHILLIP plastic! articles, consigned ,I
end that In. accordance P. O. Box 390. lawtey. to Debra Williams
VS W. ALEXANDER deceo Employees of the
wth| title VI of that Act Fl. 32058. That the : Jacksonville, Flo.; and
J...KELLY ed.COM No.
B2-SO-CP. I I.
0,63h.. Regulation, no name) of the persons) one lot of sewing Bradford Telegraphand
Interested In the. o/k/o JAMES R. KELLY, pending In the Circuit 34.) Bowen 35.;) Janet M. Starling ,
person In the United solely machine cabinet con Pest Control
their
al.. Court for Bradford c- Realtor familiesare :
States shall on the sold business I la (are) a* signed Palo Polo Sirs.,
,Defendant. ty Florida Probate Div,. \1
ground of race color or follow Ion. the address of Ft. Myers. Flo. to satisfy not eligible to
notional, origin, be excluded AIMEE SHEDOAN.. which freight and storage I participate .
from portkloaflon TOM SHEDDAN. NOTICE OF SALE Is the Bradford charges, under !the provisions _n__ ___n _n_______ _
denied the! '' Interlochen. Florida. PURSUANTTOCHAPTn County Courthouse, of I
In, be Section 4b( ) of
benefit of or be otherwise ..' November 3, ,982. 4S Stark. Florida 33091. Uniform Standard gill of 11t
subjected to I1/l14tpd 12/02k The name and address of lading. t
djscrimtnatton under"" Notice I I. given that., the Personal l Representative GATOR FREtGHTWAYS. flspPYaftkgtti :

program or activity for INVITATION TO BIO pursuant to a Final and of the Personal INC. ;

which tha Appllcanlrecefwe' The City of Hampton Judgement lAeM dated RepresentatIvesattorney Carrier11182tcho.1l23: :
Fod.relfk" +ort, now accepting bids from November T. IWJeff n' ore *et forth ; :
COM No. 82-393 of the
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i. Anne Sponholtr William Baker, together with his
? Free Lance Writer r 1 wife, Edna, who is postmaster of the Russ' hair, they still find time for
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1 ;_.;..;, ocr Staff PhotographerIf years combined experience servingthe addition to their family, Russell the
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;t:::, make their home on Lake Geneva.
: Vogue Plans and Interiors...
i Melrose Produce... Faye Hornsby opened Vogue Plans
'.,are Russ and Lucy Welker are working and Interiors at its present location
i;'" l r hard to have their new next to the Jiffy Store on October I.I
I "f on wholesale/retail produce market One section of her building is
J open by Thanksgiving. After seven devoted to her business, while the
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I "f : ., years in the produce business iri other part is her home. "This way
;j 'a: : 1 Hawthorne, Russ sold out to his part I'm able to be with my daughter even
't Th ( .\ ner and started a new business next when I'm working" said Hornsby.
door to the new post office. Faye, an architectural draftsperson -
1 a: "It's going to be a 'Ma and Pa' with 27 years experience, takes
".. L business," says Welker. "We'll start the potential homeowners ideas and
lhej out being open seven days a week draws up the house plans. From
: Y 'J from 6:30: a.m. til 8 p.m." there, she provides her expertise in
:llJY a In addition to fresh produce, the home decorating Her shop is filled
I :\vo Welkder will offer a variety of natural with carpet and vinyl samples as wellas
,. t I foods, an extensive dairy departmentwith window treatment and wall cover r ..
.life. a wide range of cheeses and ing samples.
,; yogarts. A large attractive bin filled "We sell and install all types of
':and with bulk grains and fresh fruits will floor coverings and custom window
'qty. ; ; d also be available. They will stock imported treatments," said Hornsby "Of
i beer and wine along with offering course my real love is the drawing
i A fresh baked goods and fresh board be it drawing up plans for an
| ri ground coffee. entire home, additions to pre-existing
a not "We plan to special order vitaminsat homes or just a remodeling job."
,; a discount rate for our customers," Faye and her daughter moved to
'; reg said Welker, "and we'll have Union 76q Melrose from Lake Alto near Waldo,
|' gas available." and besides securing the talents of a
;' : q Melrose Produce is indeed a "Ma fabricator, Faye also utilizes the ser
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window treatments and wall coverings "
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recent promise to complete a project .
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Dr. Jeff Smith lans'to have his <,
dental practice on SR-26 in full swing n
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A graduate from Emory Dental ,
School in Atlanta, Jeff and his wife,
Susan fell in love with the Melrose *2ir1 -a- ,

area when he came Gainesville to ({ JP i (qn
take his state board exams and some f l'
friends drove them out to Lake Santa

Fe."I just knew this was where I I I.M
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Lake Area Dental Center will ? .
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specialize in general family dentistry, -.:. -" neatly I () /j)enuu features a raw oyster bar and cocktails. The restauranthas
being open two or throe nights a week been built from a restored house that is over 100 years I
and Saturdays, as well as regular
I Cindy Sartoian Is the proud new owner of a new old.
week-day hours. '"'=-
The services of an endodonist, __ _____ L r;' Bottled and draft beer, as well as a tion in Hawthorne, had spent months bread and woodwork of the original
whose speciality is root canals,will be nn variety of wines, is also available. restoring the old Monte Clare Cothome,
available one morning a week, and as Creative Interiors.... "My mother Bobbie Sartoian tage, taking care to have each piece
the practice grows,Dr.Smith plans to in each morning and bakes the wood the fence and ISet'l\lelrose... .
Vogue Shop owner Fay Hornsby works at her1 drafting board. Her shop comes of on new picket ( I' HU)
have in all of den-
specialists areas "
specialties in interior decoration and design. desserts, Cindy says. "We cook whatwe rails. hand cut to match the ginger-
available to his
tistry patients.
like to eat and hope everyone else
"We like to stress preventative den- "
tistry," Smith said. "If the teeth and Breezy Pointe Inn... bie Sartoian, Ted Sartoian and Bill likes Breezy it as well Pointe as we Inn do will be open New Homes ((904))473.4961
Broome, the other owners of Breezy
gums are properly cared for, cavities Breezy Pointe Inn on SR-26 opened
seven days a week from 5-11 p.m., Additions
Pointe. They had two of
and other oral problems can be Nov. 12 to a full house, but was then put years eventually being closed the one day a
their lives into restoring the old home Remodeling
drastically reduced. When problemsdo forced to close its doors the following week which has the least demand.
into an elegant restaurant and had
arise,"the cure today is virtually evening: due to a malfunction in the crossed hurdles already. "It's the people of Melrose who PRESSURE WASHINO PAINTING
many They
painless. fire extinguisher system which sent make it such a great place to live,"
Susan, a dental hygienist, will join white dust over the entire kitchen. simply got the equipment repaired, added Cindy KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC.
ordered a complete new stock of food
Jeff in his practice. His initial staff REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR
will also include a dental assistant "It was awful,"said Cinty Sartoian, and spices, cleaned up the mess and Lalre' Area State Bank
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and a full time receptionist. one of the owners of Breezy Pointe soon reopened.All .
"My wife and I just love Melrose Inn. "I had just finished preparing the meals are prepared from And Art Museum is Open... ROOFING INSULATION
I and especially like living on Lake meals and we were about to open the scratch. Cindy does the preparationfor Lake Area State Bank opened its Jim Powell 440 Lawrence Blvd .
Santa Fe," added Dr. Smith, which is doors when suddenly the fire extinguisher the main dishes with her favorite Melrose Office Nov. 8 under the President Keystone Ilgts,Fl32656
quite evident since you can find Jeff over the hood of the stove being Shrimp Guido and the Italian leadership of Jack Norton, vice. presi-
every morning at 8 a.m. skiing on decided to go into full operation." sauce. A raw bar features oysters on dent and branch manager.
Lake Santa Fe. But this didn't phase Cindy or Bob- the half shell and shrimp cocktail. The bank. which has its main loca

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The Department of Health and Community Action Agencies, utility payment for both heating and cooling
Rehabilitative Services (HRS) will be company offices and offices of other expenses. There will be no separate T
accepting applications for the Low- community based organizations. For application period for the cooling VI2e
Income Home Energy Assistance more information, contact the local assistance later on.
Program beginning November 15, HRS Economic Services office at 727 All applications mailed in must be
.1982, and ending December 27, 1982. S. Walnut.St., Suite C, or telephone postmarked on the envelopes no later
All applications must be received at 964-8039. #: '*" ;;; '', ;than December rl, 100Z in order to be N
the HRS office by 5:00: p.m. on Dec. considered. Any applications --
Applications returned
27. The purpose of the program is to be sent to the address printed by mail on musbt the'J. r postmarked,after that date cannot be avow 7.99
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help low-income households with program.
application. A decision will be made
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their home costs. The limits
energy within forty-five ((45) days of receiv- -
for household's .
a monthly income is
ing the application.Applicants will be ate
$390 for one ((1) person, $518 for two notified by mail
whether or not they
(2), $647 for three (3)), $775 for four Dowgard I I .
are eligible to receive assistance.
((4), $1032 for six ((6)), plus $128 for HRS officials said all notices shouldgo AntiFreezeReg. M
( each additional person; however, a <
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7,' the limit may still be eligible because The amounts of energy assistance Gal. Buy 2 I
some incomes are not counted. Ap- checks will be determined after the .
Gals. Get A t
tr plication forms will be available at application period is over and all applications .
HRS Economic Services office have been processed.The 79trta. Exxon I. 3 Cash
(AFDC and Food Stamp offices) and Low-Income Home Energy ,a Rebate i
Motor Oil 'e
some city and county welfare offices, Assistance Program includes one (1)) From Cowl r-r .. ..P. ..
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Free Crape Myrtles will be given contributing $10.00 or more (
I. away by the National Arbor Day during November
Foundation to new members joining Crape Myrtles can be pruned as (
during the month of November 1982. 15-20 foot trees or as an informal I
The free Crape Myrtles are part of hedge. 699 Ladles'Punch'
,/ the Foundation's effort to promote To become a member of the Foun THE SHOCK IS GONE 42 Oz. "

fall tree planting. dation,and to receive the free trees,a Sweaters
The National Arbor Day Founda- $10.00 membership contribution Have you ever walked across a 'a ,4 Vr w Pullover sweaters In boats nend neck styles
tion, a nonprofit organization, is should be sent to FREE CRAPE carpet and received a "shock"? c .,.. Detergent t i with embroidery, appliques and other details. S.M.L.
working to improve the quality of life MYRTLES, National Arbor Day This was not unusual in years ..+" Reg. Price
throughout the country by encourag- Foundation, Arbor Lodge 100, past,but manufacturers attacked 1.491 Heavy $ .| -
ing tree planting.The Foundation will Nebraska City, NE 68410, before this problem of static electricityand w. duty laundry 2 200 Count 799 Ladles'

give two free Crape Myrtles to new November 30, 1982. successfully solved it by detergent.Limit 2. For Kleenex Fashion Jeans A

r------------------ weaving a fine metal wire into Rag, Price 89 Ea.l Soft facial Reg. Price 5.5910eteiled back pockets and contrast I Ie
I. I II the yarn. The wire is so tiny thatit __ tissues. Limit 4 boxes Extrs stitching Size .Sizes 6/8 to 15/16 and 8 gsa to 18 Pr. d
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These minute wires are not

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Jeans
dimensions of the foil,' and paper were inadvertentry developments in carpets and ,.j
transposed. On the Mini Ught Sets. I have a tremendous selection. See 6 Foot ArtificialWoven plaid shirts with two chest c c

we should include the statement that U L 1 the lastest styles and colors in our Christmas I Tree Denim pockets jeans Sizes with 4 to S pockets.18 4-18 rl' 0

: j.f j.1 J : I approved sets are available at a slightly', higher I shop. Scotch Pine Christmas 4 a,
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Calm and R with back pocket details. Sizes 28-38 k
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./1' Tolles,who had this lovely home built ding, "I am particularly anxious to
Yt/ in 1892 for his wife, Clare, and their make Melrose my home.

family, was a banker from Connec f
Melrose 1983...
100 later, his
ticut. And now, years
1a.'rr home Is converted into a bank." As the first Thanksgiving was ," p
The bank has turned the Tolle's celebrated not only to give thanks for .. 'e I
,, I guest house into an art museum the present, but to give thanks for the 1
which is open to the public and potential the future held, so today the -, :
S Sv features the work of artist and lake community of Melrose ooks towardto ,'.
area historian Joe Daurer. future. .
I LaI "We are very proud of the art The Melrose Library Building ;; "
a museum," said Norton, "and hope Association is looking forward to ;rP r. ?? d dltt.
r area residents,will feel welcome to ground breaking cermonies set the ;;
', tour It often." first part of the new year. Shortly
Joe Dauer has a collection of 1,200 thereafter, a new library will be
historic pictures and prints of the erected on the property behind the
I'. lakes area which he has reproduced new post office. ,':J '.,
along with other memorabilia he willdisplay The new Melrose Public Librarywill '" '.a
\ in the museum. be a joint venture of the entire I
\ I an to rotate the pictures monthly Melrose community. It will be a com- : .; "I
*' said Drauer, "and amavailable munity project which will be owned : .:...."...,. f f
t, to give group tours duringthe and operated by the people of ',:! ;.. ,,
weekends and whenever the bankIs Melrose, for the people of Melroee. I J .
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t I closed." "We are all very excited abut the &fr .'.,',.;', ; .,: ;" ,:
i The bank presently has five future of the library," said Librarian ":'k" ., :;'"
Louise Goudreau welcomes the employees Including three Melrose Olive Hulett. :i-: ,: ar
I t. elderly at her newly opened retire- residents. "We have been more than The dedicated leader behind the .;.;.
ment home on S.R. 21. y
Melrose Library Building Associa-
I If p 1 tion, Inc., is its president, Maud Busy At Play Time............ noon at this school. Cindy and Darius Cauthen are the new1': ,,
i f \ rI-- Watkins. co-owners of "A Child's Garden" pre-school located oh* "-. lil

k. from"We've the already state of received Florida our and grant are There's always lots of activities going on In the afterS.R.. 21 just north of town. ;::,;:

r about to launch a community fund --
l .r raising drive for an additional$75,000in "

: Irk young The matching alike association to funds.become"Invites an active old partof and Serious Disease Won't Stop. Poster Child;;.:; Ii'

this project and share with them ::"': ;
and A Bike-A-Thon held November 13 m'-
"I don't think about I can't do, just reading spelling.
.. the excitement such a project what I can," the young boy said. And But Michael's first love at school is Ocala was to launch the events that-.?
generates. the magic in his eyes showed he does wheelchair basketball. Last year, he lead to a Walk-A-Thon and the: r-: o.
Another hope for the future of not feel handicapped.Born had his picture taken with the Mother's March In January 1983. : ''"
Melrose is held by Dr.Jeff Smith. Dr. with Spina Bifida, a conditionof Renegades, an adult wheelchair And yes, Michael is as physically.i:
E'C Smith pLins to add a pharmacy drugstore defective development in the spinal basketball team from Gainesville.And active as he is imaginative. ..:::.' n
I Iv style) 01 the old-fashioned family column, Michael Seiler, 11, of Silver as for girls..Michael says he is DeVonne Seiler, his mother, said he .;.ji c
his office in the .
concept next to is still. "When Michael tires o{ \
Ail-American never ,
Springs,had 23 operations by the time just an boy. ; o
W } old Bellamy building. he was six years old. "I like girls not just blondes all the wheelchair, he lifts the side. -,;,
With their hopes and dreams, these But that does not stop him from be- girls," he said teasingly.Then he add- planks, slides onto the footrest and :
...' dedicated, energetic, enthusiasticand ing a lively, energetic youngster. ed that even though he has a 13yearold scoots across the floor, she said. Hi- ,'.
'" hard working newcomers to the "I'm always thinking of neat things sister, Khelli, he still likes girls.In considers himself independent and:.-:--
Melrose area are making a better fact,Michael's friend from Ocala seldom asks for help." ,
If. to do, like drawing boats 'n backhoesand o
life for themselves and the
} way of shopping for fishing stuff with my was last year's March of Dimes Paralyzed from the waist down, he t.'
community they serve.It Dad," Michael said. poster child. lie liked all the attentionshe has little control over his lower ex<": ,:.)
is that all take the
only fitting we
got during personal tremities. But that does not confine
this to Then he pulled out his latest draw- appearancesand
opportunity Thanksgiving ing of an airboat. wanted some of that excitementfor him to a wheelchair. And with the
and thanks that the
pause give great himself. miracle of braces and crutches, he
American is not "Hey look at this, Michael said.
pioneer spirit only "Here is another boat Dad and During the next few months, sometimes walks.
Improve Yourtlppearance... such alive and fine well individuals,but is being pursued by Grandpa are designing. my We call it In- Michael will be spokesperson at ban- And what does Michael have to say.. .?-
as our new
I l Jessie Crane, owner of Jessie's Hairlines Beauty Salon, poses with her new Melrose neighbors. land Aqua Cruises and want to build a quets, meetings and individual fund- about all this? 7. j':
helper Agnes Lyons. couple of different kinds." raising events for a seven-county "I'm glad I'm me. Don't want to bV''-
Then Michael's father, Ronald L. area. anybody else," tin grinned. 0'_ 0
Seller, explained that a motorhome is
I Fun Run driven onto a modified pontoon boat.
Autumn Sun Set for Sat.Runners
The rear wheels drive twin rollers
which power the boat. :{ "
from all over northeast for men and women and overall Griffith and at the Telegraph, Com- However, Michael has to finish fUitij '
Florida will be trodding the streets of trophies will go to the top male and munity State Bank, and Sunshine school before he can go'into the fami- ]
Starke for the 4th Annual Autumn Sun female finishers in both races. Also, Acres. ly business. And being in fourth
Fun Run to be held Saturday, the oldest and youngest runners will Pre-registration fee is $4.50 and the grade, he has a long way to go. But he
November 27. be awarded trophies and second and entry fee will be$5 on race day. says boarding that school bus at 7 During much of the Middle Ages few Europeans ever ," ,;::7 t
Runners may compete? in either the third place age group finishers will Age groups are- for men: 13-and- a.m. everyday is "for the birds." went further than ten miles from their birthplace during !.:'1 g'
10,000 meter ((6.2 miles) race or the get prizes. under, 14-19, 20-25, 26-29. 30-39( 40-49, A student at Wyomina Park their lifetime. :.-:... C.ittt ,
\ one mile fun run. Race time is 9 a.m. and 50-and over; and for women: Elementary School in Ocala, Michael .'f-,'. 11
Trophies will be awarded to first Applications are available locally 13-and-under, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, and participates in normal classroom ac- U
place winners in various age groups through race coordinator Mrs. Ressie 40-and-over. tivities His'teacher, Joselyn Lee, ,. W W ere Your ,Money ., r
Overall winners last year were student.
( Frieda Chewning of Gainesville and '''MIChaellJs classes in reading' ,c
1 Roger Sutton of the Ocala Track Clubin math, social studies, art, physicaieducation Buys MoreBAKER' :
Obituariesfollow the 10,000 meter run, and BUS run- and music," Lee said. He is
ner Pam Hawkins especially adaptable and does good in
in Elzey Chapel Cemetery: .
Marvin F. Hazen, 81, of Starke died with Archer Funeral Home of Lake DOZEN
Thursday morning, Nov. 18, in Brad- Butler in charge.
ford Hospital following a long illness. Starke Family Planning Clinic : II'
Born in Brooker, Mr. Hazen was a Mary Helen NormanMrs. All Stores M
lifelong resident of the Bradford Mary Helen Norman, 54, of Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) -
v County area. He was a retired depot Lawtey, died Friday night,Nov. 19, in This Week
agent and operator with Seaboard the Alachua General Hospital after & VasectomiesNo SALE -
Coastline Railroad for 46 years and a emergency heart surgery. ONLY G
member of the Firs Baptist Church in Mrs. Norman was employed as a Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed. ,",
Starke. psychological aide for the last twelve ;"':1
Survivors include his wife, Clara years at Northeast Florida State 964-6500 ; v tChef.
Cone Hazen; three brothers, Purvis Hospital in Macclenny and was a :.::>
f'! Hazen of Ocala, Aubrey and Winfred member of the Pine Grove Congrega- 'uY
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Hazen,both of Gainesville; one sister, tional Methodist Church.
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Survivors include her husband
i Mrs. Lorine H. Strayhorn of ,
Wildwood and several nieces and Carlos Norman of Lawtey; two ;r.
; WISH Makes Fun .
YOU COULD. Cooking ;
nephews.Funeral. daughters, Mrs. Annette Brown and i
services were held Satur- Mrs. Frances Nell Massey. both of I One Piece Uni-burners
day, Nov. 20, at 2 p.m. In the DeWittC. Lawtey; three sons, Stanley and HEAR BETTER Model 31818
Jones Chapel with Rev. Ben P. Donald Norman, both of Lawtey and No Drip One Piece Top
Bryant conducting the services. Sharon (Shag) Norman of Jackson- ATTEND OURBETTER.HEARING Easy Cleaning
Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery ville; and eight grandchildren. i
under the direction of Jones Funeral Services were held Monday, Nov. WORKSHOP :
Home of Starke. In lieu of flowers, 22, at 1 p.m. in the Pine Grove Con-
contributions may be made to the gregational Methodist Church with $298
Baptist Children's Home, P. O. Box Rev. Ben L. Coleman officiating. Thurs., Fri., Sat. I "now
1653. Lakeland, Fl. 33802; or to the Burial was in the church cemetery. "_ AI
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler December 9 10 11 .
charity of your choice.
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Cards of ThanksThe 9amto5pm 19" Diagonal J P
Amber Edna Waters
t Mrs: Amber Edna Waters, 68, of Family of Tara Burroughs Have your hearing electronically tested by a factory Electronic Tuning RCA :., P

Lake Butler, died Monday morning, wishes to express their appreciationto trained Hearing Aid Specialist. Fact-filled pamphlets on Regular $539.95 Color Tract !.-.=' o
A Nov. 29, after suffering a heart at- friends and family for flowers and hearing loss and what "
tack.A can be done to conserve the hearingyou While ; m
food and $9"
life long resident of Union County, A special sympathy.thanks to Sunshine still have will be available FREE of charge. They .;.gt tLast
Mrs. Waters was a member of the Florist Wilson's Florist, WPXE, and

Survivors The Bradford County Telegraph for INTRODUCING... .
include two daughters, ;;:
the special efforts extended to our Model ffR485 _

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Jury Indicts Mrs. Rech's Condition malfunction. The cab then filled with According to Darrell O'Neal Coun- The truck driven by Ray Allen Soice Worthington Springs driving a 1972
Starke smoke.Mclntire parked the pickup on ty SantiUrian his office has receivedat of Hampton was making a left turn off Mazada pickup was westbound.
[two Policemen Remains SatisfactoryMrs. the shoulder of the roadway where It lest ten complaints concerning the of CR-221 into a private drive. As the Crawford swerved in an attempt to

i fgo Starke policemen were arjfested Anna E. Rech who struck proceeded to burn. same dog. Chief of Police Jimmy vehicle was making the turn the vehicle avoid the accident but was struck on
and charged with by a pickup truck she was crossing The orgin of the fire is unknown. Bowen said something will be done started to slide to the right due to the left rear in the noon accident.
: as was about the in the joint effort with Damage to the Ford pickup was
littiftlaughter: and vehicular US-301 Nov. 1 is in satisfactory condition dog the wet roadway. When the vehicle
!gnnttcide after the Bradford County according to the Starke Police the Health Department. onto the lime rock road the tires $150. Damage to the Mazada pickupwas
: &d Jury issued indictments Departmnet.Mrs. Burglary Solved dug into the rock and the truck rolled $200 according to Trooper J. H.Horler. .

ainst them Nov. 18. Recb has been taken off the RecoveredA over onto its right side. .
; The Grand Jury was Investigating life support systems and Is breathingon Property Starke Man Cited The accident occured at 6:25: p.m.,

e death of Atilla O. Toth 76, whosillled her own. She remains in a coma November burglary was solvedby Following AccidentRobert according to Trooper W. D. Langston.
Nov. 2 in a traffic accident but is in a private room on the fourth the Bradford County Sheriffs
i US-301 north when his car was hita floor at Alachua General Hospital Department with the help of a concerned James Hoechat of Starke
car driven by Nelson Bivins Gainesville.A citizen. was cited for violation of the right of
Sonny" Jackson 36, of Lawtey.Also familiar figure in Starke, Mrs. Don Evans of Forsyth Road notified way in an accident Nov. 19, accordingto FLORIDA
ested was Jerry Burton Miller 31, Rech walked daily to 7 o'clock mass the sheriffs department Nov. 17 that Investigator Steve Backus. FSP Inmate Hits
Brocket. Both Jackson and Miller at St. Edwards Catholic Church on his home had been burglarized An Hoechat driving a 1979 Ford pulledin Public DefenderBefore THEATREStarke
f-duty policemen, were in their per- US-301. Usually her large black dog Atari video game and cigarettes were front of a urn Ford as he attemptedto
tonal vehicles. accompanied her. missing from the Evans home. make a left hand turn onto N. the court could hear opening 964.5451Fri.
[ According to Assistant State At- The day of the accident was the exception According to Investigator Don Denton Orange St. statements Tuesday the inmate on
rney Thomas Elwell testimony of ,her dog was not with her.The the sheriffs office received information The Ford driven by Lula Marie trial had struck his attorney and had Sat., Sun.
f itnessiM supports the theory the two police entered her home and took the the stolen property was in a Thornton of Starke received$1,000 in to be removed from the courtroom.
f-duty policemen were drag-racing. dog to a local veterinary. The c1 g is home on SR-100 the call came from damages. Damage to the Ford was Florida State Prison inmate Donald .
the testimony of witnesses at several still under his care. the owner of the home. $500 in the 7:44: p.m. accident. Perry was being tried for aggravated timewalkerl
bcations prior to the accident seem to The stolen cigarettes and the video battery and possession of a
dicate the two vehicles were drag game were recovered and a 15-year- a prisoner in Bradford County Circuit

ncing. The vehicles were weaving in Tampa Man Found old juvenile was arrested and charged Two Cited Nov. 17 Court Nov. 23. Apparently unhappy
fnd out of traffic traveling at a high with burglary-grand theft. with the way his defense was being
ate of speed said Elwell. The reportf Guilty Of DWI The juvenile was released into the In Starke Accident handled Perry struck Public Nothing can stop him. not even time 1

the Florida Highway Patrol in- A Jury in Bradford County Court custody of division of youth services Gregory: Steven Gibson of Starke Defender Rick Replogle in the chest .N. A Wd ncn.,.. PG,
iicated Jackson's was approx. found Gary Leon guilty according to Deputy Greg Nichols. was cited for violation of the right of and tried to kick him as he was being
removed from the .
courtroom.At
ately of driving while intoxicated way in an accident Nov. 17 at 7:22:
Jackson submitted his time the trial was 301 DRIVE-IN
resignation Ruby was sentenced to 10 days in p.m. Richard Charles Brown of press pro-
i the Starke police department Nov. jail a fine of $576 and 50 hours community Starke was also cited for having no ceeding in the absence of Perry who Fri. Sat.. Sun.. Mon.
|9 and picked up his personal equip- service work. Dog Bites Again license tag.Brown was taken back to FSP.

neat.the same day. Ruby's driver's license is suspended driving a 1972 Ford accor-
Jerry Miller was suspended Nov. 19 for five years and he must attend Youth InjuredMark ding witnesses,pulled out of a parking
i/ithbut pay according to Chief of driving while Intoxicated school. Hodges of Polk Street in lot onto Madison St. Gibson, on a Sleepy Hunter

police! Jimmy Bowen. Ruby was represented by Attorney Starke was attacked by a large white Huffy bicycle came out of the park Causes AccidentAfter U SEASONOl IIIKWHUI
Both Jackson and Miller were book- Dudley Hardy. Assistant State Attorney dog as he jumped from a trampolinein ing lot after the Ford and hit the vehi
I into the Bradford County Jail according John Jay Gontarek his back yard.According cle.Gibson hunting all night a sleepy r
to Deputies John Dempseynd represented the state. to the victim the property was treated by Rescue 60 hunter's vehicle struck the left rear of
E. P. Lee. They were changed is separated by a 4 foot high metal but was not transported to a hospital. another vehicle causing an accidenton [Ill I
kith two counts of manslaughter and fence. When Hodges jumped from the Damage to the Huffy was$30.There SR-16.
fine count of vehicular homocide. Lake Butler Man'sTruck trampoline to the ground was no reported damage to the Ford. Randy Rowell Jenkins of Lake
ond was set at 13,000($1,000 for each Burns Nov. 19 crawled under the fence and attacked Butler was cited for failure to drive Plus
ount). him Nov. 21. within a single lane and having no
Jackson was released on a surety A 1976 Chevrolet pickup received Hodges was bitten on the left leg. license tag on his vehicle in an accident CAT PEOPLE

. nd.Nov. 19. Miller posted a cash approximately$3,000 in damage when right hand and arm. The skin was Nov. 20.
nd the same day he was arrested. he burned Nov. 19 on CR-238 accor- broken in several places and his pants Minor AccidentA Jenkins driving a 1966 Ford pickup, Rated: R
ding to Trooper J. H. Horler. were torn according to Patrolman W. was eastbound on SR-16, apparently

or complete story see Telegraph The truck driven by Wayne Kay W. Wilkinson. 1978 Chevrolet truck received fell asleep, crossed the center line going SHOWTIME: 7:00: P.M.
agelA Mcintire of Lake Butler as eastboundon Hodges was treated at Bradford $200 worth of damage in an accident completely into the westbound
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I good location In Roiiord' RENT TO OWN A N.w Union County Realtor tfn 496.3859.TFN 11/11 rock.r-r.clin.r $95
Call Jan 431-1743. Stchg recllner $75 electric .to".
Baldwin Piano of your 3/26. 1M1 MODEL 2940 JOHN $100. mopl. bunk bad. North Florida Your Union County Realtor
11/1811/23 and 12/2. cholc. Parramor Music FOR AlL YOU REAL ESTATE
842 hour ..
DEERE Tractor
$125. solid wood tola Livestock Inc. 496.2126 or 496.2903
..ULtt-FAMILY YARD SALE 904-732-6776, Ocala. 7/8 NEEDSCall Venero Brown ,Farmers. Market
Timb.rlock
Ilk.
, Friday Now. 26,9.1. corner' tin 4963022. ...Sandy' Hazen.i new Skldd.r$16.000.W/EscoGrop- _.._ chair ottomanwrverslble .((1, .... N..iI..71..U.I441 11.*>I....CMOMk ) 360 W. Main St..Lok.Butler "
lot trt SR 121 and CR 238. STORAGE SPACE FOR ..INT.ApprolClmat.1y i 1496-3994 eve or Cerrl Ln-' ple 12000. Barco 120 cushion .(M4)7SS-M7.) .M.CIry.P1. Day or Night
$275. king warerbed
acre** from Handy Way. 800 *quar. non 496-3140. Tiffin and Slather $200 ted.Min.lll.llirMtadl HrXrliM W.will k. ,I."
loader 12000. qu..n bedroom suite$450 ........ .......
Itchy 11/23. feel for additional information Owen. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 Jodo..II. lloyd* ,..,,1,1 you|n
$3,500. 1970 Ford Truck hlde-a-bed wi chair ... .. .... NEW LISTINGS
$150 T.W. w. w ear .11c. .buyln, ..nd, .III.,
call 496-2261. TFN. Box 788. Lak Butler Fl. '
and 1979 Ford Pick-Up oak -04)/l-477) 731.104 fenced end
executive desk $150, lv H9ck .10 ACRESWooded. completely cross-
: MOBILE HOME FOR RENT tfn chg. 8/6. _
INSURANCE rough condltlon-n..ds ("' ))714-
stereo $100. Phon fenced. OH SR-121 near Worthington Springs./
12X72. 3 bedroom 2 full repair, make bid will sail 755-2397 Providence.WOOD and line.
.LOCAL FARM for sale near IMOO County
lAlrjES INSURANCI AGEN. 4962842.bath, nlc Itehg. yard.11/23.Phon. Dec. 2 to the hlghett bid. I STOVE CIR- *********,rL..N..e *** IDEAL for hogs, cattle, horses, or chicken farm. Also
CYirJfcO S. lak Av*.. Lake d.r. Farmer and Dealer CULATING OIL HEATERS
Johns Now Accepting ford.v.lopm.nt.Optional: Double-wide mobile homewith
Bank Shand Howard ft
Butler. 4963978. Complete
W/Drums. Phone 496-2975
addition. 2 CB building., large shelter with concrete
Insufpnc' S.rvlc. TFN HELP WANTED Mobil Home Repairs 496-2101. Itcha 1/18. weekend and 496-3087 % Applications For slab, equipment .shelter (two) 8-ton feed bins.Has .
.Repair of Any Kind AAYTAG WASHER S21-0. ,weekday. 520 SW lit St., 1 & 2 BR
and back
LOSTFOUNDOUMDLAKESIDE Phllco Color TV$200. Kirby sid..ntronc.. 11/23. Apartments pasture, wood., 2 pond. Fronts SR property
All work guaranteed tchg
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER Voccum Cleaner $73. line borders creek. Compl.t.ly fenced andcross
WANTED Mlddl. age 496-3398 Phone 496-2O47 daytime, 3frv. & -Lnc.d.
PARK woman preferably, call I after 3:30 496-3573. 3tchg Classified Ads Lake Butler Apartments -3 BR. BLOCK HOME Port turn with on. ocr.. SR 121
SWIMMING AREA Aug. 9, 4962608. 2tchg 11/18 t 11/1811/2412/2. 1005 s.W. 6th St. Lake Butler FI between Worthington Springs and LaCrosse. Very attractive
Get Results *
proscription: sun glasie. 11/23. Experience ar.a. Convenient to Gainesville, High Springs
Contact Union County $100 PER WEEK part time at lake Butler, and Alachua.
Tlm*., 496-2241. TFN 8/19. horn. Webtter, America'* 8*....*to a mor beeuttful t, I-t46 APARTMENTS FEATURE PRICES REDUCED

favorite dictionary company complexion with Mary Kay OPPICIISNOP Independent ** ft large 2-story house, 4 SR. 2 BA. Front three roads
M need horn worker Cometk For 0 complimentary Donor Service Wall to wall carpeting draperies pecan ".... Ideal for large family end entertaining.

Classified AdsG1Resuits to llttt.update All age local, ..xperl.nc.unn.c..ary. mailing. facial call collect By the |ob-ly the hour. No *refrigerator stove and on-sight lauo-* MUST SEE. Assumoble mortgage to qualified buyer.
Call Dln Taylor ..N.rMu.r job too big or too small. *dry facilities. .2 BR Trailer W/Addlllon. Compl.t.ly furnished. On
1-716-842-6000. Ext. 9085. ((904)249-2287) n High Quality Work at approx. 3/4 ac. on SR-229.

Itpd 11/18. Reasonable Price.. ft 496-3141 & .3 Bit brick home. large kltch.n with bar, d.n wlargefireplace

-..--. 4V7-108 on one cere. Near lulu-between Lok. City
... *************** and Lake Butler.

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ACT on sand bottomed OFFICE SPACE facing liNGO.. .AMlaICAN SERVICES HOME REMODELING 8 Black Jack Oak
lake;In Hillcrest. $800 Lawrence Blvd. Next door LEGION HAU.Sr-21 Saturday 473-4732 alter S P.M.
down!; $146..... p.r month. to Andrew Drug Also .. 7 p.m. and Sunday. CARPENTER WORK REPAIR of*l kinds. Room'additions. :

Phojt 473-4058 or ..".,01 large office fort I 2-5 p.m. .Public Invited. Remodeling work kitchen FreB, ,e eEstlmltes.
47314367 alter 6 rent In rear of building?, 10/1 tfnchg. cabinet. and trim 473.2117 I GRAND OPENINGOf
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p.nOOlrlnchgSAUTIfUL facing Flamingo. Call ALCOHOLICS carpenter. Reasonable Huntley
LAKE GENEVA 473-3411 10/1 tfnchg ANONYMOUS Closed price Call 473-2477 after John Adams BlldSf.Steve I Redfearn'sSERVICES
acces* lot from $5.500. COMPLETELY FURNISHED meeting Monday 8 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 10/ltfnchg k I d B tft
$500...-down. $71.74 per house on Spring lok..25*. Open meeting Friday 8 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY
month. Discount on entire A/C. $223/mo.$200 p.m. Alanon. Monday 8 WORK Building patio Broadway j Silver Sands l
10 ocrea*. On waterfront deposit.Call 264-5354 after p.m.. All meeting at addition., remodeling, l
lot. ;:<: oll 4734375. 10/1 6. tfnchg 1011GATOUONI Educational Building Com home* and tile work. Fre* TREE SERVICE 4734340or Lakes Estates :
tfnchaOMMI LAKE lovely 3 munlty Church 473-2790 or ..11_.... Phone 473-4473 BigTree
ROAl. PROPERTY on BR. 1 Bath "horn with 475.2130.10/1 rfrtchg during day. 10/1 tfnchg I* Removal .s
corn** of lawranc Blvd. CH/A study, wahr. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo TRSEWORK: Pruning dead- 473-4252 DllAWU Lace GlNlVA J\I1U*
and Flamingo near SR-100 dryer hookup carport, due*, fee or welghln. wood cute tree and Trimming -
and;:S1t.21 Intersection $37S/Mo open meeting Tuesoy, removed. Local ..
4-sparate offlc complexes LAKE GENEVA; COTTAGE 1SI 1 7:30 p.m. St Ann'* stumps rol.r.nc.s.173.3631 _n1ngI. I Free Estimate] I Repairs Of Major Nov. 26, 27 & 28, Fri, Sat., and Sunday;
; corner lot with entrances furnished. $185/Mo Episcopal church. Keystone *
; 11/25 Itchg: Dec. 4 & 5, Saturday and Sunday.
on 3-sid.s of OFFICE SPACB.downtown Height. 473.2790 PAINTING and wallpaper 473-4732 Etoctric Applancts
building. Owner financed, next to Stat. Farm 10/1 tfnchg .ervke*. Interior and *xterlor. Serving Bradford A (Only reservations for the property may be accepted .
with low Interest rat.. Call Center liNGO Lions Club acres After"5 P.M.
Keystone Painting pressure until such time the of the
473.4920 or 473.3411 $160/Mo; Keystone from high chooJ. T.....,.. washing and repair. day Ceunttes as offering property
1011 tfnchg Height Realty Inc., Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular, Reference available. Keystone Height.'I> LarrslIN Mvd., Ksyslas/ Is registered or exempt from registration.)
197$ 100 FORD TRUCKS REALTOR 473-4961. 7:30 p.m. Public Invited. 473-3651 evening 11/23
Longbd.: 300 6-cyllnder 11/IBtfncha. 10/1 tfnchg. Itchg Lake Access Lots
motor, standard transmission MORTGAGES lint and M- IN MOM CARS for elderly.
::: N.w point lob COTTAGE ON LAKI coed, mod. and bought. Daytime and/or nlghtHm. PearceAppliance FROM
throil hout. Excellent con JOHNSON 2 Bedroom ful- Free Inspection, llkln and Reference. Imojeon Mar. $2995
dition. $3,495. Phon ly furnished home. S2OO Assoc. 3100 University tin. 473-3346. Itpd 11/18 Repair
473-4$97. 11/24 tfnchg. per month. On. year Blvd.. Jacksonville. Fl.. $195 Down $39 mo. ((11 3/4% A.P.R., 10 1/3 yrs.. seller
USTQM VANSl 1983. All lease. Contact owner 32216 or phono 1-725-6004. YARD SALE .11 All Work Guaranteed reserves the right to require any balance to b. paid In full at
New:: 4 captain chair 904-396-4692 after 6 Licensed Mortgag Nokn.Call .
1( p.m.
couch, C-B AM/FM .ter_ 11/11 3tpd 11/25 Audrey or Stv*. All Brandt,clwdlng Microwaves the and of 10 yrt. The discounted price for cash Is $239S If
tap,;many other extras. TWO FAMUVi Sal.. New; 20.' Barring Lake Bogie* paid In full within 30 days. You can prepay all or part anytime '
NOTICE'CIASSIPIIO Household items, lurnltur '' feW ....617.
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Under $14,000. Any -" .. WANTED 1'1 ( ) without panalfy.)
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Imokale Road.
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Call :; Cosher In
Gainesville:Johnny, 1-375-737. ADVERTISING F4URURY WORKER for 3-.. Follow *lgn*. 11Itpd This Is beautifully wooded, high and dry land In the peace j1'

NIght, and weekend. call should b*submittal to the yr.old during]11 ..".ser and quiet of the Keystone Heights area.
1-332-7437.. 11/24-12/2 lak Region Monitor off cain Ie.. Keystone United SubscribeToday In the country and yet one hours drive to Atlantic beaches.
2lchgMl writing and paid In ad- Methodist Church. Coll spacious Retreat Within
distances
commuting of the cities of Gainesville
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BOOKCASE 4 shelv**, unl... credit H 473-3829.: 11/4 tfnchg
2 darawcr. two gas already vane established with Three bedroom, one bath with miles) and Jacksonville ((48 miles). Call toll free today for mor ;

h..f.,*, ToatmastrOv this aHa. many extras., Located on Lake Information or appointment.
1971 Kawasaki 90; Monitor *oH cannot b* Canton
near Keystone Heights.
dirt-., strew blk.,' hold responsible for I
Japanese Pachic.pknbaK.413.2160.1121. mistake on cloMlfled. I Sacrifice at $24,500 .
f. ( ) .when ad to token over the I Whfi You Place A Want Ad. 1-800-222-LAKE
\ 76 OHVYtranmtoslon CAMAa1New member this LIttle Ver.. '. . . . . .
Classified deadline I I. Jack inc.
law mlUog I THIMOMYOUTIU.THfMOtlYOUUUI. Courtnay & ASSOC.,
! Rim Tuesday noon prior to Offered by Big Tree Lakes, owner. W* accept Visa and
om* body domofl .. RealtorAt
Thursday publication.MMtnunt MasterCard.
ij bat offer.
great. $1600 Dial 479-2310
charge to IS
After 6 taut Course In Keystone Height
Cad 473-< word for $3.73. tI10
p....:lor mar.Wormotton.Itpd cents lor *.ch. word 473-706O I OM COUMfV too sAO CAIN era orrci M OPUS r.AYS A wm-ioCAna"H MH Non e*'LAKI ONIVA OM
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r dOUSE OF BARGAINS SeeIng S.V GALV ROOFING: USED ALUMINUM PIATES child only HOMI PARK. Mobile l4j1rItiil1cJLfl'
6'.4.13. I' 4 76 24x36",, 25 cents each. Used PIANO for your BILL'S SAW SHOPt Complete 1 WILL REPAIR or put on new
Is Believing! 212 Cell 8'.5409'.61).1.; 10' 6.99; 'In printing newspaper., $22.SO/mo.. plus moll homes and spaces for rent. sharpening service, circular roof Also will do complete 1'

St.. 9 ..m. to 5:30 p.m. 11'-7.62; 12.8.26 W.monufoctur. Great for minor repair moving charge.All cent Recreational vehicles hand carbide, lawn ,work John 0"<: REALTY
Yell come see us at our welcome. Phone 468-3912.
.. Jacksonville |obs. Bradford County and moving applies to purchase chain mower blade hollow Blackburn 964-5642.11/29
new location. /llttn Call toll free Telegraph 964-S30S. tin.DO Parromore Music 9/16 tInRESTAURANT ground and balanced. 4tpd 12/16
WHOLESALE AUCTION A EQUIPMENT -
-800-342-2702: 8, 26 tfn -DROP-IN BARGAIN Oaks Moll Gainesville. Leave at Jackson Building 1 WILL DO BULL DOZER
7 for 961.6781.9/09 tfn r.
Thursday p.m. elec rent.
every SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY II)
South tin
HOUSE 301 378-U26. 11/11 Supply 'In Storke, Keytsone WORK) Call after 6 p.m.
Truckloads of m.rchandiaeavailoble for sale at MOtlLE HOMES FOR RENTS ]716
Iris typewriter A. PHONE 864-
and sell horn
wOllk.Hundr.d. 964-6740. We buy !'.SPACIOUS BR, 2 BA lake Butler. 964-5879. CoopersNursery. N..'0'
Heights or
every the Offlc. Shop>>, 110 W. One mile from Storke city
of different Call St.. Storke. $200. u..d furniture and appliances. with CHftA E. Call St. Lot limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. TFNchg 11/04 4tchg 11/25 CECELIATERWIUEUR 205 N. Temple StarkerSPECIAL
813IfnRECONDITIONED Coll ,
items new merchandise. 10% OFF Victor 120 Heavy Colors of storage. No pets. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. ALCOHOLICS
E-eryone welcome. :2315S Duty calculator Office TV'S 964-5827. 11/04 tfn KITCHINEFFICIENCYRooms ANONYMOUS Phone HOMES
E. Hawthorne Rd. Shop 110 W. Call St starting at 3100.00.Trod.In ,.ITARKEi 3 BR, 1 BA, CB for rent at low 964-5148 or 9647619. -..,

Gainesville. 11/04 6tpd Storke, welcome. Phone house, stove, r.frlgorolor.con..nl.nt weekly rotes. Call Temple TFchg FOR SALE
12/9 ONE ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16 W, 9648212.611 tfn to shopping, Motel 964-7337. 9/16 SEWING MACHINES TOWNHOUSE: New concept In lifestyle
DENT SALE
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JUST IN TIMI FOR. Michael. Faces Gilhooly hard subdivislon. road' SCRATCH new office furniture Desk $::325 mth. First lot IQW/tfn REPAIRED All makes .I CEDAR HOME BY OWNER 3 w/low main Ad|. to First Presbyterian I ,
Home In.t.rIer' 468-1309. for '
CHRISTMAS CLEAN MOBILE HOMES
security nopeti. V
and Gifts. Scratch Well septic tank Selling filing cabinet secretarialchair 11/182tpd 11/25 rent On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto cleaned oiled and adjusted. BR, 2 bath CH/A Church on Bessent Rd. Charm comfort;
$7500. Will take terms, Save to 40% off $15 Work vaulted
up fireplace, ceiling Brick 2 BR. IVi
and Dent sale Some Call 468-1323. efficient. _
quality
ON LAKE GENEVA prison energy
tfn I HOUSE
964-3606. 10/07 cost The Office Shop 110 guaranteed James
extras, screen ,
Christmas and centerpieces novelties, I ACRES located facing State W. Call St., Starke. AC. prefer adults, no pets 10/07 tfn.3ROOM Strickland corner MorganRd. many porch private garden BA. LR. Dining area, Kitchen w/snack -
candlerings EFFICIENCY In "
i Rd. 227. Brooker Rd PAC-MAN SMURFF. ACTION $273, 1-786-6044. 11/18 and 16. TFNchg bar. Only $35.0001 ;
Saturday Nov :27 on State $14,500 with terms Lowtey. 782-3498 'or Hwy 1680 sq. ft. financing. _-_-_?- --- -- ", '
3-subect composition 3tchg 12/2 r
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CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed.
I Rd.229.po..dVo.Tochon 782.3919.9/30: tfn $54.900. Appt. 473-2569
964.5606. 10/07 tfn .
book. The Office after 12/1.3 BR, .
$1.19. WAILABIE
w right Look for signs I HOUSE TRAILER 55 by 10 Shop ,110 w, Coll St., 2 BA and large fenced HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Free estimates HandyMan after 5 p.m. 114tchg INTEREST RATES DOWN t.. ,
NOV. 27iState Road good for storage. 1 acre ot room. TV and Air. Fence Co.. own.rTommy 11/25: BUSINESS UP. I
OCA I Grlifis Loop. 9 a.m. land 1 ml on 100 Rd fron Siaike..POTATOES $8.00 backyard. Call after 5 Underwood Motel 3 miles Reddish. 964-8559. 12.70'.2 bath expon- REAL ESTATE- YOUR BEST BET I I.

til 5 p.m Morgan. Ipd 1 tag.. Cheap. Inquire at SWEET Jerry Whitehead perhamper p.m... 964-3311. 11/18 north of Stork. on npd 982TYPEWRITER do living room fireplace, COUNTRY CLUB ESTATESBeautiful, brick fireplace. atHAMPTON31 (
11/25 Bradford Barber across 4lchg 12/9 Highway 301.9/16 tfn REPAIR Call central carpeted Great timber. : :, '
air fully A. $1500 Ac.
11/25
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964 6147 11/18 2tpd
from Badcock Furn 11/04 I NICE HOUSE with 2 BR tile
HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA the Office Shop 110 W. Like new.. U
aN TRACTOR and equipment ceiling fan new appliances CONNERLY ESTATES-Brkk 31R.21A Fireplace.
WANTEDAXLES tf nONE ACRE LOT with well, 4 hr. stock trailer 3 bath In a located quiet In Air conditioned Prefer Call St.,Starke. for details excellent condition RD. 1..-. ac. Beautiful brick ho_.
bedroom neighborhood adults No pets $275. 964-5764. tfn to 301-7 store ft home. .
septic tank, light pole piece child's must see ap apt. cottage
Starke, 964-8734. 1-786-6044. 11/11 3tchg GLASS CUT TO ORDER DALEWOOD-LIke brick fireplace $".OOO. : .
I TIRES: 2 axles + 4 Crosby Lok. Estates Well suite. 7823906. 11/18 predate $8,900 9646324. new .
call 9646563. 11/18 2tpd 11/25
tires We plck.up. $100; drained. $6,700 Cash 2tchg 1125Canning Doors windows .tc. 11/25 Itpd WASHINGTON ft WATER-(2)( ) 2 BR home. $3BOOO. .
You deliver, $125 Olin. 964-8582. 11/11 3tch; -- 11/25 SMAll COTTAGE ON JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 3 BEDROOM FRAMI ,LAKE BUTLER ARE-1SO0 sq. ft.home. gar., 3-blda. 2 A.; 4
Mobile Home Sales. Hwy. 11/23 I lOOMS FOR RENTi nice KINGSLEY LAKE Heat 9646078. Orders also HOUSEScreen patio on 2 to 20 Ac. high ft dry; 34 Ac. parcel St. Augustine pasture; ;

100 W Starke 964.5606. RABBITS for pets or meat. Tomatoes rooms, TV. heat and wallto Available Nov. to April 1. taken In Lak. BUtler' acre. Carpeted. Lots of I Two 17 oc. parcels. All Owner Financed : )
Lawrence Meng 7 mile wall carpet $45 and up. No pets. Deposit required. 496-3079 and KeystoneH.Ights,173.4973.226 I BROWNLEE RD-Ranchette, 3 A. $3,000 A, terms. : i;
964 8727.
TFchg Picked-$4box extras. 32500. -
south 301. II/18 2tpd Fresh 9649992. Ph. 5332366. 11/tfn S 10%
Old Call Peggy, tin WILSON RD-'Plnesong. lots, 20% down yr. !
WANTED TO BUY 11/25 Morris Carter Jr. I1/184tchg 12/9: :3 BR. 1 BA, living room. din. 11/11 3tchg 11/25 HAMPTON LAKE-Brlck. mint cond., 2350 sq. f.. '
glassware In pink green TWO TREEING ft WALKER kitchen FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS 1 ACRE off SR-16, 3 :
study
964-5406 Ing room view)
I I BR furniture apartment LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE-Showplace on 2 AGreat .
blue and yellow. Con.octLouro HOUNDS Female 3 419S. 1'AI bath, den
and at bedroom
yrs storage garage 1600 ft. :
90'
LAKE-Brlck duplex, water
heat and air condition. KINGSLEY sq.
at Pocket Chang. old 144 W. Call St.
old and one 4 yrs. Thompson Call F. central heat/air carpet '
CLUB-1.7 A, $40,000 mtg., / /,.$85.000 I
Bldg In Waldo or call46S9443 964 6767. Itchg 11/25 9646201 after 5. 11/18 '147303Open COUNTRY assum. i
Register 964-5888 day. nice front porch $42.000 .
STERN RD-Home rental home B MH spaces
Thurs. Fri., Sat t HIGHLY FEftllLIZED Argon 2tchg 11/25 gar.
Sunday 9/30 fin tina Bahlo hay. J. M. Edwards CARS :2 I BR MOBILE HOME Adults SMALL ll/182tchg COTTAGE 11/25 onKlngsley T.W.CF. 9 ill 5:30 terms or cash. 96/-5411. FIVE OAKS-Brlck, 3/2 frplcs.. SSI.eOO. near Country Club, t
tin I
SILVER Ph 964 5379. 11/25 children 11/18 LAKE IUTLER-Brick home. 2 A. $58.500. financing
TO IUY
WANTED only. No pets, no ,
Lake, heat, Thur. I II I AM til 7 PM
COINS 1964 and old.r. 4tpd 1216TIPAMPOllNE TRUCKS CBS HOME 3 BR. IVi BA, SEARING ST-C/B $44.300. 3/2 CHCA. owner fin. ,\
964-7619 964-8614. Itchg available Nov. to April 1. Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM I
Sterling gold or gold filled. : like new 11/25 garage, utility room. One 1150 CLARK ST.Brick, $41.900 3 BR, 1'/ B. frplc. ."

J. R. Bulllnyton 964 6250. 473.2850. Itpd 11/23 HUNTERS SPECIALI! 1976 ,,,MOBILE HOME SPACE Nice 5332366.no pets, deposit 11/18 tfn/required AppointmentsNet acre near Raiford. $29,500 CYPRESS ST. 4 BR. 2 B, CB. b.a"ttfullot., $40,000.
11/11 tfn CHICKEN FERTILIZER: Suburban, wheel drive, Always Necessary cash or $5,000 down. VA BESSENT RD-3 a.... 2 B. CHCA. greet location 47900. '
LOT OR LARGER to rent Ful Reasonable. We load 350 eng, 3/4 ton. $1850. area Near Hwy. 301. Big UNFURNISHED LARGE BABYSITTING Toddlers and loon 13'1t%, FHA 12". LAWTEY-3 BR, 1 I. frame CH A. remodeled $49,000. I

ly set up and roady for Cloversettle's' Poultry Priced to sell Call swimming pool. Low rate APARTMENT Upstairs. up. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Will Fed Land Bank 11 lit%. BRADFORD VILLAS-Brlck 2 BR, "I''/ B. new $35,000.
1983 14x64 trailer to be put Farm 7Vi ml. S of Stnrke 964-S606. 11/11 4tchg 9645006. 11/25 2tpd 12/02 Contact Bulllngton's or call pick-up from school. Coll 755-4149 or 7526238. FORSYTHE RD-MH on B A.. IB pecan trees, $38.COO.

on. Call alter 5 p,m.. on 511.100. Phone 473-4508 I 12.02: 2 I BEDROOM FURNISHED 964-7271. 11/25 tfn. Brooker 4851861. 9/23 tfn 11/2S2tchg 12/02: OFF CRAWFORD RD-(Lawtey) BR.2B workshop $3B.SOO I
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961.5580.11/18, 2tpd 1125 ll/2S2tpd SURPLUS JEEPS.Ccrs.Boots. APARTMENT Lights, hot 11/11 OFF 301.2 BR. 1 B frame. 19000. terms.
REAR END OR THIRD PECANS FOR SALE: 60 cents Red Many sell for under $50.00. water furnlihed. $250 per CHILD CARE My home. Two ALTON RD-1 3/. A frame home $2.., OO. ", '
Vernon
MEMBER for a 1976 Ford per dish.pound.964.6530. 1 Ithg 1 11/25 For Info call ((312)931.1961) month. 3-room and both openings 2 to 5 years. Art 286 W. WELDON B.1BA frame, scrnd. porch, $14.000.: I

4x4 F.100. 350 with 31 on 1979 TRAVEL TRAILER 29 Ft Ext 2729A. 11/11 4 tpd apartment $140 per mo, HELP activities, exercises, learnIng AudR.alto' HAMMOND RD-MH, family room added 522500.
the spline gear. Call for Self-contain.d. Air fur. 12/02 $50 security dep. No pets. activities. 9645610. j WILSON RD & 230A-4.7I Ac. 11700. J' '

Marty or Kathy at note, carpeted, separate Jeeps, Cars Trucks Under 964.8071, Itchg 11/25 WANTED SERVICES 1 NEW LISTING
964-8575 Itpd 11/25 bedroom Very good con $100 available at local :2 I MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT CUSTOM FARM 10 to 12 Ac. parcel 100 ft. frontage on Forsythe Rd. j

-.--------- dltlon 964-7287 I Itpd gov't sales In your area. First and fat t and deposit.For REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE. Bulldozing, land clearing "* REALTOR ASSOCIATES AFTER HOURS
LOSTFOUNDREWARD 11/25 Call (refundable) appointment, call after Scholarships available for plowing disking, grass WAYNE DOUGLAS Broker Salesman964M93 ''n

.PHOTOGRAPHICENLARGER 1.714-5690241 ext. 5121 6pm. 782-3413. 11/25 unlicensed persons. ERA planting' spreader truck Several Homes LILLIAN PEARSON Broker Salesman9645318 ,
) Good used, for directory on how to Faulkner Realty 9645065. service, fertilize, lime,. lawtey Area-$23SOO Up. NOVIS WARD-Broker Salesman-'64-74S4 II

: Lost small beagle by DeJur Cheap 782: .3401Itcha. purchase. 24 hrs 11/11 10/28 HnLIVEIN seed, dolomite. Call Also Have Acreage ANNE TERWILLEGAR NELSON Salesman475U77 f

in vicinity of US 301 N. Tattooed 1123INTERESTED 3tpd 11/25 HOUSEKEEPER Homer Hart 496-2093. ._
in ear 6598. Cell In Stanley Home DODGE TRADESMAN: 200 House in Country Room and Board plus BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE Stark.Area: ; !

964-7512 10/21 tfn Products or would you like window van, slant six 3 Bedrooms Must drive car. Calllucre Residential pump-outs, 2 Call Montez r
4 BR.
to free BA-$33.0pp
earn gifts by havinga
LOST OR STRAYED: Female home engine, STD transmission 2 nil. past City limits 964.5855. Itchg $55. we also re-loy drain Lease 964-6306'
For
Setter from the party or becominga 63.000 miles, good 11/25 1.
English
dealer? Call 473.2164. approx 964-6363 lines, 964-8121.11/18 tin
north shore of little lake work van $1450, 468-1509. UN ft LPN Immediate openIngs 904 / 782.3931 2.0OOSq. Ft. Building

SonIa F. Reward. Dr. O. L. Itchg 1125PERFECTION Oil SPACE 11/18 2tpd 11/25 full time, part-time, WANT TO DRINK 904 / 7... a.a HOMI On US-301 South t

Hay".'. Jr 9645120. 1 Ipd HEATER: Thermo blower. 1973 FORD PICKUP 1/2 ton, or weekends. Shift differential THAT'S YOUIIIUSINESS P.O.-Drawer "M" Call 964-6020 MOBILE HOME t

11/25: Good shape. 200 gal fuel $700.00. Call 964-5B82. excellent WANT TO STOP? 301 S. lowtey ERVICEPQLEtf
REWARD FOR RETURN tank, $150,, $50 for fuel Itpd II/25 benefits, applicants apply THAT'S OURS i f

Male. has been doc lowed tank 782.3538,11'25: ::31pd 1972 FORD COURIER: Pickup NEED at Bradford Hospital, Alcoholics Anonymous .. ., .. .....- ,
and nutered No: questions 12'02 truck. 4 speed. Runs 9646000. 11/18 2tchg 94-4150 'U.54U'U.94
a.k.d. Belong to three 30" ELECTRIC. STOVE New good. $1095.00 Cash 11/25

y children lost 445 W. Pratt condition. ; coin operatedcoke Phone 473-4508. Itpd MONEY? CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income 11/25l3tpd LIMITED TIME ONLY 200 IMP )

Street, across from Rec box 5-piece dinette 11/25 potential all occupations Ll aalls 1 I I IVACUUM
i' D.pIf/ anyone has Information set with leaf; regular box 1972 FORD F-100 Pick-up. Use Your Home Equi for Information call .

of his springs; pool table with Auto.. air conditioned, ( ) 2120. REAMESHEATING
whereabouts, please contact sticks and rack. Quaker oil power steering, long ty. We make 1st b 11/18 2tpd 1 Z02x1. 3 br.. brick veneer, 1ft bath, central K/A
heater
964 5652 Itpd 11-23: with blower; solid wheel base, THE STARKI POLICE 1
a new point, 2nd Mtgs. Call us for CITY OF '
RtWARO for whitefemale wood seven drawer desk carport, utility room and carpetingon
p t $50 00 new engine, $1800. DEPARTMENT Is now acceptlng
also other mlsc A-
+, 4 pit" and English some 964.8i68. Itchg 11/25 a quote. applications for 101$30,500eOO s. I
items 964 6050 888 W your
bulldog. Umierblte, cliptail Madison SI I Itpd 11/25 174 OLDS OMEGA P/S 964.5010 position of policeman.Must SERVICEGas : : ;
and two calloused spots on P/B, auto. trans., dependable have Flo. Police Standards
base of tail or rear Classified Ads $600 080. and be proper age :
quarters, lost In Brook.r 9644913 Make off.r, Itpd ii iiij required by low. Salary ft Oil Heater USED
area. Call 4851830. Itpd Get ResultsCall 11/25 I 12500. Applications maybe Cleaned NEW & ri

1 11/25 1911 VOLKSWAGEN 1000. picked up at City Hall 964.6853 PHONE 964.6853 We Finance Our Own .
Monte Needs body work. Runs Shop & Compare!! Merrell'" D_. office.. Itchg ft Checked KIRBYS '
MISCELLANEOUSFOUR good Graham. 4681230.: 11/25 .
96i6305MAJOR Itchg 11/25 Special Insurance for TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers Set Ready for Winter Longchamp Homes Inc. ROYALS
Mobile Home Parks PLENTY OF MONEY EUREKAS
DOLLS TO CHOOSE ******** *** *** .All types of plus cash bonuses, fringe J.R. Starke. Florida HOOVERS

FROM Clones begin homeowners policies for benefits to mature Individuals .
I ELECTROLUX-
12/06/82: end evening' MEDICAL I I EXPENSE POLICY Reames &
Day mobile homes. In the Starke SIA11x4 13% AVAILABLEIF
cia..... All materials furnished that pays 100% ligibl C expenses In or out area Regardless of experience FHA I' FILTER QUEENS
Call for Quote YOU SEARS
except clothing. of hospital. write A. B. 964-6947 QUALIFY
Call 7823217.: Low 1 Ipd COMMERCIAL _
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AMERICAN REPUBLI: INSURANCE CO. Olin's Mobile Spears, ?
11/25 Refinery Corp., Box 711, 964-8962 We repair all makes;; I
FREE ABLE STUDIES taught in Local Agent: Be bare Gordon Home Sales Fort Worth Texas. 76101 I

your home Non-sectarian. 964-U7" Morning I i. Nights, Weekends Itpd 11/25 r 4 AI Young'sSince
ERAFAULKNER
Call 473.2142 or writ.P.O. Tu... Wed.tFiWANTED ,-I. Weekends Elaine M. Olin Agent

Box 508 lake Geneva. Fl :** ** *** **** *** 964.5606 Mini Farm 1957

+ 32660. Hod II/25 '.11 acre. Doublewlde mobile. hon... Diesel tractor ft 964.6918
FREE PUPPIES) 964-5619. 11-._ i
4 0 equipment. 4 head of cattle, fruit tr.... $45.000.
Itpd 1125Classified Town's Edge REALTY 3 Miles north of
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Ads : Construction Co. Good Building Site .

Get Results 4 acres with en. acre fish pond. Large pines. 17500. 964.5065
Cash Available We! lIt 1.(904)4'5.2131.cougBulldln. ( ) Sampson Lake Classified Ads

Buy 1st & 2nd Mias.| Contractor 100x440 take Let. Ideal building site.' Good fishing Get Results '
'i ANTI FREEZE Working Quality I Economics Together II.500.

$3.99 Gal. {Call us for a quote. Commercial ft Residential LOW EQUITY tle3r_ [raREAITOR

No Limit N..e..r..eMx.. 2 bedroom, en*.bath Mobile Home en one acre.Utility
N.r<.\.a.TM...w?_Sm.H Wall
SAW Muffler 964-5010 Uc.,.... It r'..L.....___. shed 17500.
t Discount Parts9&4S477 ,. L' "" .. ..._..... area m. Must S..
: bedroom, .bath block home ... Drilling
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trot $' .500. Ml Leteyert St.Across Irem Wishbone.
0' 2" thru 6"
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.Attention Coon Hunters 3 .bedroom, I "both wood frame en smell let. 14000. Mon.. Fd'.S $$.9-2 Noon Fast Rotary
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)Good Price Paid for RaccoonStowe's a Joe WlaOll Drilling Equip.

Herb Walker, Associate State Licensed

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4I u Klngsley Lake Free Estimates on Al Jobs .

Home remodeled 3 yrs.ego,2nd home. New roof 1 yr. Call Us Today to See How Much We Can Save You E-Z TermsJPlnmblng
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Building Lot | Mi7o| Home Repairs | m-4i & Gas ., . ..
Country Clwb-Beoutlful. corner lot w/trees. $',500. I or Remodeling New InstaliationRemodeling
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3 BR. 1 BA cIa home on nice City lot. 31900. Repair
d I Nice Neighborhood I. MS S.Thompson St. 964-5W . . . . .

3 BR. IV* BA, C/B home. Nice corner lot. 32500. I IB JDnrrance
Close to School j .
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) BR, 2 BAS cIa with stucco ho_. CH/A. $31.000. Rf*lIO"* 'PUMP'
Brooker Ar.a Longchamp Enterprise A Associate cPL &

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MH haole...,. $43.500.LUCILLE If you have a Real Estate need give us a call.W.are a For COMPANY:

i --- member ot REINET-a listing service that gives your Fireplaces 3 ... 2 BA Block horn approximately. 1550 . . . .s..,

SPRY Associate property national and International exposure. Call today ft. Central heat
If you are LISTING or BUYING. & Wood Heaters *q. and air. On nice) city 884 .

"-420 U.S.Ml South block In good neighborhood. Priced right at 1 .TempleStartte Ave.

I ERA Faulkner Realty, Realtors Mlcheel I.Coone ,. BeettorDey447M9 $43,200.' : Fl.9647O61.

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