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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Fall officially arrives at 10:42 a.m. Friday, Sept.23, marking the end of ..c.-' ,
a summer that brought two months of almost unbroken gas heal to most of ItCTIONAl ,' \
the nation resulting In at least 231 deaths and $10 billion In tosses : .: ;, .: ,. .
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agriculture in the Mid-West and some Southeastern states. .octal.. .. .. .. .. ...... ',6.P. G A1NE \
A touch of fall was In the air during the past week, with only one day, ...-. .. .. . . .,..7.'
the 16th when the mercury climbed to 89
following a morning low of 85. 1.5.1..1.1 a
Rainfall for the week ending Wednesday averaged 2.5 Inches In the PKY LIBRARY
county, bringing the total for the month to date to 7.33 Inches. SECTION *i'

*,, Rain Wednesday brought definitely! cooler weather with a drop to the Wtu.tee. . . ..... iaN Of7 FLA. HISTORY SEP 28 1 f

upper tot this morning (Thursday, Sept 22). ....... . . ...*. 4.* .' ?* The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
Weekend forecast to highs In the
upper 70s' to mid-808 and lows In a..n.d.s..A..p. ". 10,11:
;the mid-60s.
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uniform once he entered the high school, he
grading system was approved -
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Monday night, Sept. 19, for all suddenly getting B's even
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school In the county in compliance though not actually' do. any,
worse in his school work.
with' school board administrative
policy.The. The new scale is as follows:

, school board had already Uniform Grading Scale...
Its
adopted policy on uniform grading
scales last year but actual adoptionof
the scale waited until Monday -In kindergarten In all elementary
,. night' regular board meeting. Atee schools a checklist of skills will be
.-:'.( teacher-adminlstrstive commit adopted. The code Is: E for excellent
Big/ Band has studied the problem and recommended S' for satisfactory N for needs Im-
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;r ? :;' grade point levels. provement and U for unsatisfactory.A .
The board decided to adopt a
,.. Jffi.V't '. uniform grading scale because on the similar checklist will be used for'
old scale a student in one school elementary schools in the areas of
]f oun d... could be making an 'A' at 92 points,. physical education, aria music and
u while students another school with handwriting. The codes are: S for
',' 92 points were making a 'B'. The satisfactory N for needs improve-
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Bradford High's big.band board felt' this was unfair' the ment and U for unsatisfactory.
sound students, especially students who had
was the winner in 1
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; Keystone Heights last'Friday "" I and one grading scale to another."It schools, (excluding the above excep-
,s II\\,night. Drum Major Ray Shuford could be traumatic for a child tions), grades 'will be given on the
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directs the Tornado band at ..I t who Is used to making A'a under one following percentage basis:

halftime, above left. i, grading system to move to a school
,, s '; where Be fa doing the same quality of A 94-100
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George LeVasser, at right, r .4 '.kit ..,. (' work and suddenly making B's," said B 85-93
played trumpet solos to the big board member Patricia Spengler,. C 76-84
band sound of jazz style tunes tl, x p Parental perception of how a student P 70-75

I "New York Fantasy" and4'Birdland.o a t was doing in school was adversely F 0.69'
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grading scale. For example under
: '. Dejected and sOakIng wet, the'old grading system, a child with This scale was chosen after a com-
cheerleader DianneWood; right. an 83 average would have made'a B at mittee of administrators and teachers

,v .<, ;reflects f...".,pHfemoqd la the 214' Southslde Elementary and Bradford from all the schools met,"discussed .
., 'y -a WalIItetItr.pr0b8ty the: .Middle School' bet would have made a and voted on the issue. The principals

, lest efr\bafraes fttl1oM' the'1'tr'do : c':At' e.t.wu"Eamentaryrook.c.rElanentnry,4.wsey". ..... roljhe schools bad met prior to that ,.. -.?_.
Elementary and discussed it with various teachersat |
,"?? eleven has sever suffered: h l'ia l ,... Eli. Hampton Elementary or Bradford.: their schools. '
.;;;The Tornado band is still doing K ''f; ; High School. Lucille Payne, ,director of cur-

'partial /shows in preparation for A student in the middle school who

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< Employees. 'Get $56,000 Pay' Package as New Budget is Finalized Ii


i,. A $56,000 money package consisting' cil saying he' 'couldn't remember tt was agreed to balance the $5.9 pointed out his office sells the books the previous year In property taxes. Frazier of Colley Road in Starke were
'of a $300 across-the-boardpa y raise when city eElnployees'badn't received budget after the $56,000 increase, by when they are available. AU three motions, on the revenue successful bidders on four surplus
and $10 per month more on health insurance some type of pay package, however ,using carryover funds until line Items sharing millage and the new budget vehicles for which the city will
was added Into Starke's $5.9 :mall.;:, .can Be found to adjust. No Comment... were made by Commissioner. Jimmy receive a total of $570. ,
million new 83-84 budget before it was Then Commissioner Jimmy Crosby ,It is the concensus of the council not There was no member of the public Crosby and seconded by' Commissioner :- Ricks paid $255 for a 1971 Ford garbage -
given final approval Tuesday night, began to buy the idea and got no objection to increase expected revenue in the present Tuesday night to comment on Travis Woods. truck and $90 for a' 1974
Sept.20. from Commissioners Vernon conservative budget,... said CPA Pat the way the city spending Its The new budget prepared by City Chevrolet 2-ton truck. Frazier paid
Silcox Bobby Biggs,and Travis Wood Farnsworth, So he suggested the car- revenue' sharing funds the millage Clerk Neil Tucker is conservative in $75 for a 1970 Rambler and $150 for a
about|( the idea"of a pay-increase- ryover carry package'until other rate or the new budget.., its estimates of income veteran com- 1972 Dodge -ton truck.A .
It was a last minute reprieve for tile": I HowevJ. .line items can be found. missioner Schaefer pointed out last 1970 Dodge ,)tedder truck was
86 city employees who until last week Mayor Vernon Silcox put1' 1:!;Scared to.;'! Police Chief Jimmy week. Agreed said Mayor Silcox, but withdrawn from the bidding by
had no hope of getting any salary in off a vote until Tuesday night so council Bowen quipped whenMayor Silcox the converative figures should stay in Utilities Superintendent Merrill Pees.
'crease. But in a marathon work'session membe..would.baye a week to .Land Use Plan Redrawing... asked for public comment, as provided the budget. Silcox said he'd like an in-
on the budget last week council thin*' things over. Commissioner by law. crease in revenue, bat wants to wait "George the further you went the
:members began to consider a pay increase Schaefer wa*out of town this week In, the only other change, the funds "la-adopting its 3.098 millage rate, until it materializes before spending. lower you got," noted.Mayor. Silcox to
addtional '
when veteran Commissioner but had left word he favored approved $4,500 it. Ricks.-
'the council the rollback rate
they for a fiv required:update of thedty'a approved
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Charles Schaefer pointed out the new package, and the vote "Well I was.
;certified by Property Appraiser Jimmy running out of
budget to conservative and Commissioner Jimmy Crosby' ;land 'use plan KMT the*city'sbook Old Equipment Sold... "
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pay : ordinances Crosby to bring In the same money, replied Ricks who was out
zoning
;ratse could be afforded and Police motion, seconded by Commissioner Zoning Director L.M. Gaines amount" o('money the city received George Ricks of 301-N and Mr. bid on the two smaller items.
Chief" Jimmy Bowen chided the.' coun- Wood, ..was. unanimous. ,
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:Gounty Commission to ]Run." ]Rescue Unit: in New!' 1983-84 Budget Year IIf

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.A new Bradford budget finalized at', ''purchase life-saving telementry, -'Clerk' Cfib"terbwn, consulting with three-year IOIIa.use )survey by theU "When we can't give employees a from Bradford Hospital came after
$3.8 million,':including reserve and ., equipment from Bradford.. Ho p1ta CPA Pat Farnsworth assistant .S. Soil Conservation Service the raise I don't see how we can help .the board was unwilling to increase
transfer funds wan unanimously approved 'Inc. when the .mergency 'medical i. clerk Esther' EUerson,' said the commission left the door open to you," said veteran commissioner funding from $118,000 to $169,000 to
with two small changes techlcian and vehicles are moved, I Rescue Service equipment can bepurcbued Royce Joyner to apply-again. later in E.W. Hodges. keep it at the hospital according to
day nightSept.. 19, by the Mono from the hospital. A decision became .' from the current 82-83 tile.year. 0 .. But the board told Joyner,he Is Chairman Lawrence Mosley.
Commission final Monday night to move the budget and the additional fire department /Joyner, chairman of the board for' welcome to reapply later In the year.. '
,:Also given final approval was a proV, Rescue Service from their hospital /funding can be taken from the Bradford Soil Water Conservation and if the board can hold the line on Mosley said the Carlisle hospital's Board
: mills the 'base effective Oct. 1. reserve.fund* from the new 83-84 'District, pleaded for the $42,000 spending and funds become Chairman Al Kay and Ad-
rollback ryrecommeennded by Property -' -Some $4,000 to $5,000'to guarantee'' i budget Chairman Lawrence Mosley funding over the next three years but available it will reconsider. ministrator C.E. (Rip) O'Steen
named the' decided it couldn'tafford The three-year survey is a $149,000 visited him at his place of business
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez to brIng the existing volunteer departments at Commissioner: Maxie CarterJr. board finally
in the same dollars a* last year' least $1,000 of funding-above their insurance ., Clerk Gib Brown, and Director of the approximately. $13,000 this joint county; state and federal project Monday afternoon to discuss additional
which each funding for the rescue service.
paying third of the
Emergency Service Cliff :
lower Chapmen year
slightly millage
A committee was
payments. to have a report by the Oct.3 meeting. 1 "The way we're wrestling with fire coat: Mosley said the hospital officials asked -
"two the appointed ;to Investigate the insurance -
,'The changes made In .." $169,000 and are not interested in
and
rescueI don't
'budget in the second of two reouiredbylaw .;: problem faced, ,by the Board Denies Funds Commissioner Maxie see Carter anyway.Jr.told More Funds Refused keeping the rescue service based at
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J"' public hearings were firemen, that of coverage while in For Rescue Service
; For County Soils SurveyWhile the
Joyner apparently expressing ReSCUe..P.3A
their private vehicles and on the wayto (See )
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'f :, "".'tr,-\i' ,":,, Your. 'B-Section..e. .. ::' \I' .u Building' 'F 9iities., Set in New School Budget .


,'Trip,; to the Dark Continent... : '' }Vj& Nailing -down'" top priorities ur ,* -Re-roof jobs I totaling- $241960; at $790,000 and capital outlay (building. ) -Miscellaneous, 25000.
building repair project! the Bradford ,Soutb ide Elementary where soaked .. projects another 473000.' "
summer the '
:yri t< Five l Keystone Height student. sp.nd'a helping' School Board gv final approval to tiles fell from the ceiling. No students Building projects slated, In addtion -d vered'walkway.. at BHS'Walk'way ,

"(f,"linh'sionarle'. In Kenya&j j ,' Its $12.4 mUhon budget for fiscal or school personnel were hit by. the ,to BHS Phase 1 HVAC and SouthaIde. $60,000. '
1 ,_ I 'y.. ? a, 188S-84 after a J-tour discussion, last, hcvv water-laden tile*. ,EIe re-roofing jobs are "
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.s If '" Thursday Sept.,1$. at HE. $10,000.
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wvrm 'Installation of four new small alr- Lawtey Elementary heating and
/' (A Sfarke songwrlng'ouplerstruggl.'long the'!ong'(; road to Approval'of the new spending bill ,conditioning and heating units In air-conditioning: $35,000. New cafeteria at Brooker ,Ele.,

A the Capital of Country MVlle. The Sllcoxejoke, their experience followed the second and final of two. ,Puke 1. the English and Social $210,000. ,
required pubUc hearioga required by' ::Studies at Bradford High. '.Scut side .roofing, 'the cafeteria 0
Building
J',1:: >in:"r'urol' Ve ord ,County on' turn 'therri.. ::!lntolaong! :; :* bound for tow.. Two pajrmttB 'from .Empton1BtenMgtary : I The small\ units are slated to augment and the classrom wing including The building projects will be financed \
"t... hopoiuity for ..tordin91 labels c v' who wn4 d to make the rooms 12,13,14,13, at an estimated
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( .itvtkr"and, ,, .. > ; ',' cer; : larger roof-top unit which does not with $40,000 in special
tain MB ,
M iI','( ,: .. J'I. 'nr 1. rajair+ projects war Includ i:cool -the- building and which staff cost of $25,000. maintenance fund, $153,600 from the
; ;(t ., V' ed. were the only person*present i repwt met cannot fix to do so.Plan is, regular Budget 1, $105,000 in Public
,., IWW .......... 'other, than, school, officials, andbwtrd [Supt. Casey said to add. 4 to 6 more, Carpet for\54 classrooms at US. Education Bond funds $20,000 in

'1'A, : ; Un>or| ,County Jirdgi95 pulls| 'o gums />n 4he, .rlff/but\' noidOAfyfloridoirst .e'..... -.MItoo ' malt units.next year SE, and S3 at $900 each, or a total of Capital OUtlay' and Debt Service
received ., nope $48,600.
,. *. c hor .,ON.fUed.I.tM, | ever'"GofornopH'-'. ,funds'and $155,000 from a local bank
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y grs ,' : *wwA : budget its
\, /I.a0asnteN/et .on.l\JItI 'bttddet. Titsis w school system loon authorized under Chapter 237 of'
'pttf." i who mode' erf with,; 150 of babytreptlles; uv ?the nt: \ clu4l/lll!/ W.2 million in new state funds. Resurfacing the BHS., ,,track, -3. Florida Statutes.V"J ,

'wAokend tn the I Is itill ,, alter board member*nailed down. (t0r % n* tructlonal 'loci" nonemetoyee -. SchooI..F.s*....
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,top r M.i kniMlsrlULsl} totals some? County-wide. furniture, ...' ,$49,000...... .''.; ".",'''l" ,CSM'''>>.+IIi't.rIAt; J I Ji'r '

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Job Security Sought for School Administrators : I


by MareiA Cig1J l :Iboa'rd; the'board will rote on the approval Brothers for $24,885 for 15 air iO tdl. Orange slow 'for Street the and school warn cone driver there to, '
duet
BCT Staff Writer; of this proposal a later date. tlonlnl/h atlng units and Superintendent Casey said he had
More, Job .ecurltyJor.; : administrators The board also adopted a policy material for Lawtey;: Elementary. Just received notification'\ from the I
was aou..fr.1fondaynight : that requires, children who are on Raybro for$5,431 for electrical equip-, state that no signs would be placed In :
Sept. 19.as the Bradford County : medication to have their medication ment at Lawtey. NordYke of +'tha the middle of the road like that unless
School Board discussed a proposal,, administered to .them by trained repair of typewriters at a fee Of$34 for they, were official signs. The board
4. for a new policy on the renewal of administrators' school personnel.The medication will manuals and\ $59.50 for electric. was sorry to hear that the liens would
p contracts''. ;;;V, r", be stored by school: administratorsunder 'now have to come down alter Lake
tor the
The proposed policy calls for lock and key and the student Thanked Lake'Chevrolet with them.
annual
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,Chevrolet was so generous
-felt on I
assessment to be made ot ad-, must have written parental permission donation of the signs that ,
i ii. + minlstrator'R performance! by an his l to take the medication. I. ",_. .:. ..di_ I "'_-_.vi> .,.

.i ,1'J supervisor,and a due process hearing ;
before the school: board' In case of Job In ether. action, the board. :
s.x status change. A copy of 'this assess;, H.Q GES
r, ment will be placed in the person's Approved the purchase of two 65

file.The proposed policy states: passenger buses; to be delivered. In ,
"The essential reason for .su'ctv 1984.
assessment Is improvement for each ,
member of the staff. It Is tbe desire of Approved request by Concerned WARE'
the board that any weakness In''ppf:' Citizens to 'remove the boiler at the HJ.\R
sonnet Shall be corrected subsequent old 1UE High School. "There are
Realtors Rally.. to such assessment. Personnel shall pieces of motors and pumps,but mostof : '
Mr. and Mrs.Ferman Menshew of Pensacola chat with Janet Starling at a be aided by their Immediate super It li Just junk" said SuperintendentTom 9648182This
Sept. 1 reception In honor of the Mlncbews hosted by the BradfordUnionBoard visor' in .improving their; performance. Casey, "It Is technically" under'their
of Realtors at the office of Terwillegar Realty In Starke. ." new. r supervision anyway. The Concerned Week's Specials
Minchew U 183 president-elect of the Florida Association of Realtors the The proposed policy places administrators Citizens sponsor programs
Head Start and the Recreation
state's largest trade association representing more than 2.00O Individuals on a probationary periodof like ,
all phases of the real estate Industry. Mrs. Starling Is president of the 3 years. They may have an initial; Department and'they need the extra
'Bradford-Union Realtors Association. contract of 1 to 3 years. If they prove space In RJE to hold their various
Business and civic leaders and realtors and associates combined to makean satisfactory then'their contract can events. Board Chairman Rodney Hall r RAY.2
excellent turnout for the Mlnchews at the wine and cheese party hosted by be renewed each subsequent :3 years.* said they would declare'' the YAC-
Mrs. Cecella Terwlllegar.Middle U the contract ;ls not renewed,at machinery surplus and let Operations .
Lennard handle the
some time after the probationary, Director Register ,
period is completed, Just cause must IIltua tlon. 6 Volt Stsggttttd Until
be given. "Just' cause." by the

School News reason board's that definition an employee la a good{ contract mNalr Approved for 1983-84.the school volunteer program J Lantern Our PrtC.t.::

will not be renewed. ,, RY
Artist of the Week 8th Grade Assessment Testing" will This proposal will protect the' administrators Decided not to implement a sa.e1.99
be Oct. 5 and 6. by giving them the rightto breakfast program In the district Battery ,
skettihof!
June Cole did a crayon a
schools: due to the negative response,
due the right to
process", or come
cave painting after studying New Staff Assignments..
before the board if they feel their con- or the lack of response, from the mai
Prehistoric Art. BMS has the following new tract has been terminated unfairly. jority students in the district '

Opening News... assignments for staff members: Pete There was some discussion on how Heard a report by architect AI 5/8" 'x 50"
Alternate Dompe on the status of several projects
Powell has moved from this proposal would affect the administrators
BMS had one of the smoothest open- Education to the, Social Studies already working for the In the district .Reinforced for added strength
than this at the beginn-
ings ever
year Department; Mary Welch was our board. Bill McRae; assistant principal .Asbestos removal project is now
ing of the school: year.: The staff would EMH teacher and has now moved. to at the Bradford Middle School' substantially complete. The work has
like to take this opportunity to thank the Math department. said that he had already served ,3 not yet been Inspected and the board Water Hose
this smooth
everyone for making New staff members for 1963-84 are: years probation and asked $If under will hold 10 percent of the fee until the
opening possible. Librarian, Bess Abdulla wife of one this proposal,he would be required. to state Departement of Education has 3 Ply Construction
Meetings To Be Set... of our science: teachers, Frank Ab-' serve 3 more'years probation. ,' approved the work. The board Issued lb.
dulla; Alternate Education, Norma Attorney Terry Brown said-"Thispolicy payment of(9,497 to the contractor as ,withstand 300, .pressure
PTO Executive Board will be Cunningham, with us in 1979-80 as a would have'ho 'adverse1 I'affect a final payment except for the 10 per- -, '
meeting soon to set up meeting dates. her all ,cent retainage.
paraprofessional completed on current 'employees.'TbCY are .
Notification will be printed as soon as education and has returned in a under a 1-year contract as of tonight. ...The BMS reroofing' project 'I Is Suggested Retail 8.95 -
those dates are: arranged: teaching capacity; Ellen Dey;wife of Right now this policy strikes a. compromise complete 'and they were waiting on Our.Regular Price'6.99 4.9.9
Special Thank You... one of our Language Arts teachers for both sides. Ad- the state DOE to'inspect'the work. Sale
Bill Def, is teaching in Social Studiesand ministrators who have already served The board held, 10 percent In this case
Thanks to Mr. McRae, Lawtey Cor- Science; Arlette Love substituted the district for 3 years in an administrative -' as well. '
rectional Institution and Lennard 'in '1982-83 and is now with us In the capacity have fulfilledthe ...Plans for Starke Elementary had, '. -..
Register for their assistance In make Language Arts Department; Susan Intent of this rule and any changein been picked up and they had visited W. Madison Street Starke
ing BMS's landscaping more attrac- Russ Is our new EMH teacher; and their Job status would be subject to the site in'preparation of the repair 407
tive 'than .ever before. Much hard Layton Roush, custodian; and. just cause.',' project on leaks in the roof at, the. (Behind Starke Paint Center)
work went into this project and. BMSIs Bridget Starling in the lunchroom. The board asked Brown to rewrite school.: 1
really look'n good. BMS welcomes each of these new the proposal and include languagethat Accepted bids from: Baker -

Testing... staff members. .- would clarify the Intent of the I
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rlculum and instruction for the need to make sure that these children have a 'basis for giving 'grades.
district, acted as chairman at the are'confident in their school work." However they would not feel comfortable -
committee meeting and reported. its Buddy'Revels, physical education with diving letter grades right
action to the board. teacher'at Southside; also disagreedwith now"' T
"We also researched other grading the scale: in part.He said,"We at Revels also pointed out that the 4Fgw,
systems around the state and found Southside feel that we should be given system was not as' f fZ '
ttt the grading systems of most of', ..the opportunity to give letter grades looked.ILt said that in the elementary I O e .. 1 P'm'
thff counties In the state' a Ott..i tt Jp.E.rh state requires P J!.just. ischoola where oth.,and tth. grade ,are<
uniform than are the grading systemsof if requires math,science: and English. "taught, those students Would be getting \
the schools in our county," she We feel we can justify the grades we S, N or U's In P.E:,while in the aBMBaHlBMdaal
said. give." 6th and 7th grades that were.taught t
One mother who said she used to When asked by the board what he the middle school: students would Erf, : Hoover
teach in the district disagreed with would. base his grades on, he replied getting letter grades. : ,
the grading system in part. "I feel '1 don't really feel that I should haveto The board said that this system was
good that the school: board wants justify what a child has to do to geta more consistent than the one they
uniformity in the grading scale;but I grade if none of the other teachers were on previously and said that they
am concerned about the scale: in the do, but their grades would be based would continue to'work toward com .
elementary schools, particularly in primarily on participation with skills 'plate'consistency in the future: "
grades K-3." tests and written tests playing a small The board approved the nqw "
,"I feel it's better to concentrate on part. Skills will not keep them from grading! system unanimously. ,
the skills needed In grades K-3 rather making an A. We feel we should have GOlfcSG ON
than on grades." She said that the option to use grades if. we can ,
children want'to learn and to live up Justify those grades.". THI
to what ls expected of them. She said The high school: and middle school: MIADFORD .
that the strain placed on a young childto P.E. departments give grades, and COUNTY TCLCORAPH NOW!! ,
make good grades might impair Revels said that the only real dif- Publish ever Thursday

their ability. to do well in later school ference In'those programs and the at 133 W. Call Str*.t, U4' ,
P.E. programs in the elementary
years.. She reccomended that the board schools was that elementary. studentsdid Stark. Florida 32O91 Your Choice
adopt a skills checklist for grades 1-3 not dress outBoard I
Member Judy Becker said Second Close postage paid ,at "
similar to the one they were consider. "
ing for the kindergarten level. that she had talked with all the P.E. Starke FloridaSubscription '
Board Member Judy Becker said, 'instructors In the elementary schools '
"It would be nice if we'could do away and"the rest of the people,except for : Rates:, $7500FAMOUS 14j
with grades and grade levels and Just Southside. feel they would want S. N In-trade area: $10.00 per year =1 i iu
rate a student on progress made but and U, and some feel they would like $5.50 six' month _
this is the system we're stuck with to give an E as well. Some people felt HOOVER i
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and we need to be consistent with it." that if the county had a curriculum Outside area:.$11 per year I /
"We have a different ,child In that set up that spelled out the skills
elementary school: than we have in had to be obtained In P.E. by $6.00 six months UPRIGHT HOOVER 4I

high school: "replied the mother,"We ,each grade level then they would,
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BCT SUN Writer city council positions write-in can. business. Ted Curtis was selected as the car and extra policeman. \,
dictate Terry Hag re qualified at the council chairman and
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Haggins i was last in total cochairman Wadsworth questioned town marshal -
Hampton city .council after reorganization -
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votes which put the other four candidates John Hodges about why both he
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night, Sept 14. in the positions. Hampton In new council business and John Parmalee have been workIng -
elects its officials by putting the ones at the same times. Hodges replied

Three new members took seats on with most votes in the positions. In '.Ori recommendation of Curtis, the "I ve asked you twice to go look at the
the council and one for city ,clerk, other words, Hampton doeS, not elect council voted to buy $100 worth of ce- records. Some cases take more than.
after the election Tuesday. Scott by district. ment to repair holes in the roads one person to handle." "
1 Davis, Amy Davis, and Ted Curtis, Two council members that did not around Hampton
along with Incumbent Roger Mitzel, run this term were Jane Haddock and Wadsworth persistently scrutinized

ri took the oath of office Wednesday .Ulyesses Woods. .Voted to keep the old police car the police department and Hodges
night and took over on new business. After the old council took care of along with the new car purchasedfrom told the mayor, "iuatead of running
-4 leftover business the meeting was the Bradford County. Sheriff's your mouth, go look I: at the records.'r
Former councilwoman Lola adjourned, the officers were sworn in, Department Curtis then added "as long as we
T Williamson was the lone qualifier for and the meeting called back to order Mayor Gordon Wadsworth opposed stay with in the budget I don't see

,+lja city clerk, automatically. giving her. and the new council took care of new keeping the extra car and even questioned anything wrong with keeping the old
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C..h.Senior New 19B3-M Chapter officers:.Officers.Senior Chapter.. FFA it Bradford- High School are. Lawtey Commission.. Gives Final ApPIoval- to 83-84 BudgetA I


First row- Donn. Dormlnev.rhaplala.daughter ol Mr.and Mrs.J.W. Dor- 254.858 budget for fiscal 1983-84 and $9,000 )in federal' revenue sharing .$20,000 for a new well. Water Dept. will be first. The council thinks that
miney 01 Hampton; Beth Uswlerhlll. reporter daughter of Mr. and Mn.Gene received final approval Tuesday funds. Supervisor Barry Watts says the town an".800 extension down U8-3Olsouth
Underhill of SUrke and Vicki Tboma.. president, d.apter of Mr. and Mrt. Sept.20, by the Lawtey city commission The council adopted the rollback Is on the verge of needing third well, is the most pressing. The 301 south j.
Doyle Thomas of Starke.'Second at the second: of two public.hear- z figure of 2.206'mills, an increase of plus it would provide additional back project would extend a 6-incn main

row. Lisa Splvey. secretary; .....gIIkr\o'\ :, Mr. and !\Ira. W.H. ings required by law. level..108 mills,' for Its 83-84 property tax up if a well.or.pump goes down. from SR-200A south from Terry Road, ,j
Spivey 01 Starke ."I"11*' *".." ... vlce resldent,......of Mr and Mrs. Only change" made in .t.hebudget: The rollback figure Is certified and from CR-225 down 65th Ave., 'a ''j
Owen Alvarez 01 Starke ; was addition of $10,000 for a new bY' Property' Appraiser Jimmy Three different projects totalling total of some 900' feet. The project
l Not shown areCordotTsmttb.; sentinel, son of Mr?aod Mrs Gordon Smith police car If it is decided later in the Alvarez to bring in the'same amountof $21,220 extend the water system. would make a loop with the line going i
I? Keystone lifJgl'.top'and Frank Snefneld. treasurer son of Mr. and Mrs. fiscal year that one is needed.No revenue as the previous year and Not all the water extensions are ex- to Lawtey Correctional Institution, increasing ,I
Frank Shleffleld Hampton. .. citizen appeared to comment on does, not constitute a tax increase. pected to be complete in 83-84, but the water pressure.
the state or federal revenue sharing, The General Fund budget' totals council indicated Aug. 1' It plans to Major 'problem Is going under
\,".!; ,,-:.(;;' the millage rate, or the budget. Only 1190,935, the Water Dept. budget. begin the extension work. CR-225 at 301 with a larger ft-inch
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II'" ". "' at the two public hearings) .' .. retained to design the projects and the pavement and. the council go for
..' Lawtev Is setting $31.000 In state' .Included In the new spending Is: the cou.ieil is thinking about which that idea. I
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the hospital for the current $118,000 'The commission .was. uncertain Service. with the water pump on the tank in-
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County contribution. whether to purchase the fife-saving Commissioners said the a.staUed, on Its fire truck by the Forest
O'Steen .says $169.000'Is what it equipment on board the rescue unit Fire Department Is having trouble Service. .
costs to operate the rescue service, that allows the rescue unit personnelto

and the hospital doesn't' want to communicate a patient's conditionto ;; :
operate It at a deft'it. a hospital. .i. .. 7- '
O'Steen says the hospital board supports But the' decision to buy. the .(''..q... < '. )"." ,
the effort to-save money on the equipments was agreed to when kti' cR;
fire and rescue service. If the countycan o'Steen said the board is getting the ,

save money'' or give better service equipment for what (owed on it and
it's a great move, O'Steen says. for'which the hospital paid$25,000.
:Checking with 1118 board to make Emergency Director Chapman said
sure of1 support lot-, the decision it would be better to keep the equip
11< Chairman Mosley said the commls.slon ment In the rescue system.. r

Junior! Chapter Officers..., $: will move the rescue! service "If that thing will save Just one new }
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. NeW 1983-84: officers of the, .junior; :FFA Chapter at Bradford High School ,That will be the first move in the cur Hodes.

are-j94. r ., rent Starke-Bradford County discussion .."It's already saved more than one
. First row.Beverly Ratty'chaplahCdattghter; of Mr.and'Mrtrdlni Craft of of combining the fire andescuq life,'! Chapman quickly replied. 4Rt

, Starker Missy .Allen, treasurer, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Moyd Allen of,. services said Mosley, Then Clerk Brown and CPA Farn-
SUrke Lynn Bowen secretary,daughter"of Mr. and Mrs. James O'Steen "We appreciate ta you've done for sworth got to studying how to pay the

Starke; and Sherrl Gasklas.. vtcc-preldent.daughter. of.!Mr.! and M.... Fred'' the county. ,I'm sure you've done a $14,119, finally deciding'' to take .it '
Calkins of Starke.. jfc \ good Job.-1 Mosley told O'Steen. from the present budget. ;gin r rw
Back row- StefanVbeeler., reporter... of/Mr,and Mrs.vFred Wheeler" of "We're going to run it ourselvesfor In addition, the commission conferred
Starke l,Msrty Lawson sentinel, men,,01 Mr.; and Mrs. Henry Lawson of about $75,000."' Mosley then kidd- at length with Lawtey Fire Chief

SUrke and Kyle Harrison. president. ,.son.of Mr., and,Mrs.. Charles. McKln-. ed the hospital officials,' who say Bill Crouse about the fire protection +'P v
ney of SUrke.: . .they've been going In the red on the problem. Both Crouse and Emergency !:
rescue service. Biggest problem Is- Director Chapman Old the county
.. '. .,. 1 .- that too many of those transported by \]would spend its money more wisely
'>J" ; 'if ', '. the rescue units don't pay their bills )i with'a used quick response truck, as

"' ; rJ or the service, hospital officials say"I t)opposed to.one.outfitted;! by the.Forest, ...

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, Lunch Menus ,cneMOTi,iptowj kaa aandwlcli. ,banana pudding., "I'm A God's Kldl"' is .the theme for a Kids for Christ Crusade
< 'WiauHiy.,, **&mr .* :. -' i Hloa. but.temd Other smaller maintenance .and,, Department of Education, on which coming to First Assembly of God located at Hwy. 16 and WeldonSt.
Bradford County Middle School repair Jobs are included in the operations 83-84 funding is based. The
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,i MMM!.**......Wr M-Kambuifar,, mathi ., Thandajr. S. UMkW'. st-MaCarani ehaaia, Operations Director' Lennard, count will be up in the October count. on Sunday at 11 1 a.m. and 7 p.m. and nightly at 7:30: p.m.
i paaaut tauttar,* Jolly sandwich,' gram buses, gtster. Pastor George Watson invites families and friends from all
ad pouUMa, prose baaaa, Manilla' ,ciwcatata.nut- milk. ,. lOB students short means $195,000 less
.inns...,.milm. BqMmkOT f-CUckan' Rica, butt t.d = SiaaM ...._' .Spas>iatti'w/moat ....., Discussion of the building prioritiesbegan money coming .to the school system. denominations ,to (join in the excitement as First Assembly hosts
(raan paa y *. eamta, nut jalta.paaout taittar .atta, garden aalad, appla'n"p,,toot nUa with board member Judy Case added. Evangelists Ray & Priscilla Martin and A Kids for Christ Crusade.
cup,btoculw.milk 'mf1, Y Becker questioning carpeting 54 ..
W__y, Scftratar.a-H rnbunjw on a clue?. rooms, wondering if there were t..
lotion**. pteklwi frock In... brown, milk.Tkanaay higher, priorities. Mrs Becker'was:
SqMralMr la-Baam *. W-,Mn cafe ALA-CARTE ."
bag slaw yellow ....... w/chocolala fetnf,..... apparently thinking of the BHS Phase '.
..........., Manilla, milk Maria,:........ aa-M-Hambtuiar! ,.french. trim. 1 and Southside Ele. roof problems...'
'rioIa,. ......._ I.IIpIIp.c1'w/...., Sum mlltohakw, ........ v If one elementary room is carpeted $
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clmaa milk Mix lunad. salad. app 4t crop" but t mill' 'rkr t..s.rBs,psaus. 0-CbaaMlMinara, french they all would have to be, or aU wouldhave ..
"" _y.msll.Y.ah.s khus.r ts-Plna, hamburtan, to be cancelled, said Supt Torn : "
Bradford County High School tHHOt......milkahakaa. .
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slow,coconut eak. milk.r.a.y. rrMay.. S..uii>br 11.-Pi.aa. hamburgara much was heard about floor coverIngs .' ,'. ,
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The Indians wouldn't kill white deer II''I:
a I Harlee,of Indian War fame,. '. .
I either because: they considered it sacred, ,., skirting south of "I .I :
or feared it would bring bad luck. ) Lake on the to Middleburg 'f"'f
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This II legend persisted even after the "I ';.h" ;1'.....,'/': : .
white man came to this land. Was it truthor occasion, (wo "drovers cat-, ,!< .' I.
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following tragic story 'was told to a ,; ,an elderly.man/and his young/,<. 'I ,! ,..,,...\'," ".".
Telegraph reporter many years ago by a Bill Rice, stopped overnight : .
man who claimed to have first-hand information herd at the home of a trader, a :, ;. ) ,
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of the facts' involved., sH east of the present site of SUrfce. ,,,1-

night's rest and a' hearty. i<, r r, '. rI
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, and unruly, but were
the drovers because of their
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Rocky Road the upper crossing of ", f ,.!Y p mac., ,e.n 1 sk

the trail to Cow Ford turn-
left from Middleburg road. In, .
In south of present Highland, on ,
the drove was halted for rest

., when starting to saddle-up .
We are still 13 months away'' from electing a : in" Before' the half done fashioned saddle
young man Rice, locked off skinning job was dragoon with a peaked
President in 1984 and according to Washington !and exclaimed, "Well; .'JI be however the drove of cattle, getting a cantle of grass. His horse fell
reports advisors of President Reagan are already '. a pure 'whit -deer off smell of blood, came running toward him, and the cantle was driven clear trough
troubled. The In political coalition that elected him the cattle-first one I've ever bawling, pawing the ground, milling his body, while the pommel.crushed his '
by a landslide 1980 shows signs of coming'apartat explained to Hunter that Mr, around, and fighting. The luckless Rice chest killing him Instantly.

the seams. New York multi-millionaire, had no choice but to leave his prize and run Young Rice suffered two broken
legs in
Although the polls show Mr. Reagan still high in Florida had a standing of for safety The cattle remained In a frenzy the fall,and several of his ribs were crushed .
man on the totem pole of public approval, the the hide of white deer to for hours, until finally exhausted by their by the horses' hooves. Hunter's horn
President's In-house political strategists are mansion. "If I can kill this panic. Several had been trampled to death killed by throat lacerations
assuming that "it's going to be a tough race." agent will pay me the money during the turmoil, and others were too'crippled was before be had kicked Rice's mount, but not
to
Senator Paul Laxalt of Nevada, general chairman use it," Rice said excitedly. to travel. death.

of the Republican Party; and expected to him try, saying When the drove was at last brought Later two saddened Negro
become chairman of Mr. Reagan's presumed a white deer meant certain bad under control and the march resumed, the helpers placed
re-election drive, says: "The only secure area we would not listen, untying drivers rode side by Bide without speakingRice Rice and hut dead companion In the
to retrace their
long Journey.
have Is his Western,Rocky Mountain base,where the long single-shot pistol humiliated) and angered by his loss,. ''finally wagon reached'the Newnans They
his approval rating is still in the 60s. In the Southwe bis saddle. He stealthily made and Hunter mourning the damage to his ville-
road' where
squeaked through last time in a number of the cattle,where he found a drove. Their stallions, still excited by the Middleburg agauv. they bad
the fortune to meet the
states, and you can t say they're in the political ox, which he drove In front; rampage of the cattle amtth smell of gore cattle good who took of the owner of the
sack. In the Industrial states; we've got a ,lot. ,of he moved closer and closer and musk, were more skittish and hard to charge bedraggled
remains of his drove.
work to do." ',white deer. Finally' coming'; manage than ever .

Another GOP political realist, picked a ; he fired and the-deer fell. Suddenly; one of the k mounts grabbed the 'But the impetuous, :; young Rice; who bad
key role In the ,'84 campaign said' today other by the throat grip, laughed at old granny tales" about the
'curse of the white deer Knew
together a very tenuous coalition last time,and its d to his comrades to come causing both horses orearandl a over while never of the
no longer there. We no longer have Jimmy Carterto the carcass to the wagon, backward. Hunter ,was' using '.a".old- I i reunion.sand He traIL'had died jolting.over the
run against, and we've really been hurt among : away afraid to lend a rough
blue-collar workers in Ohio Michigan, Wisconsin, man then tried to handle. ,
Illinois, and Pennsylvania" by himself, but soon gave up

'Ki>n. Laxalt and other Republican leaders planto : take the skin off on the spot,

form a Reagan.Re-election Committee by October the' meat. 1 ,

IS, expecting that by November 1 the PresI- .
dent will signal his final decision to run, Then will )
follow' a stepped up campaign to improve his stains
ding among working-class ethnic groups,' Agent's
Hispanic Americans, women's groups, and! the
Jewish population. ,"v

In 1980, Mr. Reagan's ability to do better among Taylor. County Agent
ethnic groups than most Republican candidateswas
a significant factor in his big vote in the industrial
: time of the year when a,
states, as well as Florida. But now,
Hispanic voters, blacks, and other 'minority are lost due to lightning. d

groups, disillusioned with his administration may injuries to trees are extremely !h
mean the difference between his 1984 success and appear to be governed by the M
failure in Florida and other Southeastern states, \ charge,the moisture"content
as well. as the Southwest. i iEven and the species of tree In-

if the economy continues to improve in *
14qlteegan"aides admit that unemployment : : : /parts of the tree may be jinj ,
. err' could remain high in many areas due tq:ontinued then may burn. A thin ,
Uflure of some Industries and boslneM, and the parallel'to ttwwood fibers
reluctance of some industrialists to modernize tire length of the truntr may be r i11
their plants in the face of an uncertain future. The off," the internal tissue :

nationwide jobless rate is down from its peak, but burned without external S r}
'part or all of the roots may be I
'upper trunk and branches of '

... may be killed outright, while
..CI II
I'I remain unaffected. In

trees close .to the, one 1,
may also die. In many cases,
vegetation growing near
Writer Declares Reagan trunk.will be killed, "

"hot bolts" With temperatures ked
ssB&zz
Editor, Telegraph/ : How 'does the will, while make''cold"an -entire lightning tree ;;, ,? with' hair, *S5iz9w5iNTBvcKi .. .
affect the
May I reply to your editorialof in six non-farm literally explode It strikes : .:.
Sept. I, 1983? million .. per'second.. On occasion, \ '
,
people -
Where Will GOP Turn In
build, distribute, : to cause apparent damage, .
Post-Reagan Era? drive can and later the tree dies from burned ,

You sound as if you are at- or maintain roads. tissue damage. .. : With a touch of lan'in the air and the approach of open season on'deer. it la
tacking Mr. Reagan for gettingthe also the season for tall tales about the big buck that
country and the economy Taxes: Motor or those growing alone in open that didn't. got away. and. also the one
rolling again. billion; $19.4 : with roots in moist soils: or

'You state at the beginning taxes; $8.4 along bodies of water,are! One of the tallest tales being told and coming -Om a minister It's bound to
"Even if Mr. Reagan wins taxes. States to be struck; be true Is the one related by Elder Ottts YarbVough, of Starke. formerly of

again in 1984 (Heaven forbid) motor species of 'tr'ee Is totally'im-- Baker County, who describes himself as a "hardshell l foot-washing Primitive
the elephant won't know his over 10X of : are definitely-more resistant, Baptist! preacher" Now 82 years old..Mrorarbrougn !is I looking forward to hit -
:
deer .
,83rd hunting .
revenue. :
trunk from a fire hose." bolt.than.others. Birch,.for' seasoh ': '><

We all know the world Under Mr. rarely struck, whereas elm, 'b. his pre-preaching days while farming an 80-acre spread north of Mapclei't ,.
changes over the years and new .ministration, eal'l and pine are commonly hit. ..y. Mr. Yarbrough was an avid hunter and tracked deer In t such unexplored' ,
change brings new type jor industries for Pae' wlde ryarlation in. frontiers as Bear Island in Pinhook Swamp;Columbia County That' '"
firehoses, new type autos, and listed by U.S. / U not clear. bagged "Old StaS" which, he describe a* alq-poInt<. iSSSSt f
new ,thinking on politics. The Report up from a ; buck that was "king of the foresfi! in that area for many ;yearslfyou thlm kS; .
party structure Mr. Reagan Some Gainers: injured tree carefully before .90-point buck is something not even Santa,ClaW ever saw Elder YarbrouMh u.
leaves behind will sure be dif- up 17% i building Is made to fix the damage. plains' It this way; Old! Stag bad alx "natural""points and M "nubbIns"wbfch bit,
ferent from that of tax-and- SIX ; printing are severely injured Internally saccor; weer-luuntor atandardls'count as points U tlunr're big f '
spend of Mr. Jimmy Carter up17; motor despite the absence of ex- "to,l hang a ring "f'f.. 4nou. .. ,
whom you call moderate.Let 95X ; Restaurants and will soon die Mr. Yarbrough'recall the day .
/December 26.195. ? when and'bis
he :!
me point out some of the 18% ; of treatment Consequently, ex ,ear-old son started trailing Old sevaa .
difference: and trucking, up & \ should not be under out slut OW Stag at d/lybre and kept on till evet7 deg'
Compared with a year earlier The five listed the appears to be making a .= :.but bucks"' Bruce, a"'pima to old'a's-rttt that wouldn't run don Of; year'r. ', .

second quarter earnings, this, Retail 'food stores ,
second quarter earnings for rubber, down IX; ; t, 'When the chase ended about 1' .m.b U1ebiurtiwater'olPinb (?'.

General Motors, up! 86%; Ford, ment services, ; 1''' Elder Yarbrough dropped Old Stag at 70 paces: whit single load of buck.! I

up 165X, and Chrysler, up utilities, down ; ...... fr I,.,., :>,'. ,his rear end. The mounter of Bear Island WM floated cut t9 dry land .
19054', chemicals; down ., ,.; < ; '. '"" ," four men from 1 o'clock until sundown to tote Old Stags dMaoce of two JDtIM to /'.
You can also finance at rates American '. iChapei) the truck. When the ancient: buck was. stretched out u>the back Of pas tt alit .te .
below 10" Under your fastest growing head. hung over to the bumper i : vvT*(>l, .',
:
Oct'.4ot SES .
moderate Mr. Carter, '18% to Estimated at 23 ( having beeo'
22%. cluding about 8 '&* { '
"Mr:
when
by Brady" a fawn.The '
: young buck
was
CLUB to begin Oct. 4 add castrated sadmr fr ;
Auto equipments sharp pickup -, Hispanics 'crop-silt and underblt before '
being released: The
mark suit .
wu !4s r
orders : eacb Tuesday through )
in from Detroit are blacks as the ,condition when Old Stag was killed '
boosting employment levels group by the one hour' after school .22 fUrs later Mr. Yarbrough aay e.'' (! :,, ."
1
many suppliers had operated at demographers : : p.m.), All children grades t: '''"7,1'Ii
\ l'l l ;
Club meets in the ; : .
below SOX of capacity since they could amount '. :, "'.lfr/J .< "
1979.?,Sheller-Clobe, whose In- U.S. population. '. Chapel, parked at F {
diana division supplies steering We now have Elementary' School near the orestry tJy"jo: 4. Coon y, : :( :
ate" Stony,good things
wheels, dashboard padding and the U.S. Senate;. '\ .
I mchMflM visualized Bi-: .. :: ... .' 1 .. '
other components, is struggling the House of : Norton '.. .Tlti.e r'
,i miasjftiary' projects, .. .. : \. ', .,
to keep up with production.For 991 women In J. ... nty Forester '; ',e '.,
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... .e ma| Wnmer camp' 'J J,. ""lr.- ','" /: .. \ ", ," 'I, >JAI":1. "
Easton Corporation Legislatures 1.707 .
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which sells engine componentsto are women; 1,128 and iimw'ng for<< the Web-Worm InvaskHl< "H')>) ,.nY.wl,4y;I i:'' ;,' .ftrsOsfMllitt+i ivsinain' '
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the auto Industry, both sales state government : Cheat .w' P point .'earned' ':.The'meet iroUco 'jwm'latofc'.r Ls time .) _, ""
and profits are up. 12,755 women ear.a fJi: \ '' .amount: of rain that ha. .arrive*..It',..,.. f".1Ir... .IV* **** ,
As, orders pick up; suppliersare municipal > MUST bring a permis have noticed this, then 'you must have,'Jeen.the .. ...Nenoingb to sit wra y/; .
rehiring 1300 at Goodyear; One woman, sinned or parent or guar- incredible number: #'wiite .tppecan on tree.! If i cIo iii.r ..' 4
200 each at Cummins and was appointed by : -. de,Permission ad-1 trees thin fall.TJHit; .V, .u'" ,..,.; nir(a 4V BMI -_'...,,
Globe-Sheller and to the iHene UMMJU. ..... aft'eeted the i
Warner Gear,Division.750 at Borg- I am Supreme In available et the school ofe. .. 'A:ianmon sight In Ftertda'te ttter tenti 'b ... ..yrrTr5sa I
like web of the."Fall WebwwmrriTifsif ..
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"Once the auto industry produces .on the subject we are idea to pick up ', r Disease'starvatkxv .-4.
sect doe emu
BOX of capacity, the tool women within* the :: p needing l *!x promptly. occasionally '-!1' ''''''IIII'.tiIer _iltiss t, '
cannot responsible tor', damage to commercial pewm grovwr R 'ta, cheek.' Cbemteai eenlros
machine industry takes off, 'lion but '
give-us "' fee- most species art ftrdvVvMsi, tout IB-i '
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quotes James Grayhead of the this question,' U =." Children's i .mow commonly seen on ptmrnman antf'pecan. : : ':2KSI' .d t
Industry Trade Association. does not ,try; .for' -"IInne ,This they to be out U full' "
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September:22,1983 TELEGRAPH Page 5.\



I Starke Woman's; ,, Club Honors, Three Members for 50 Years Untiring Service i


ing iiiimie to Mrs.Herbet.. Ritch Including ing this meeting. A Cralt Workshup
The Starke Woman's Club, whicbmet Warren, co-chairman, who were her many activities,work and was held at the club In the club
for the first fall luncheon meeting assisted by their hostesses': Mrs.J.E. c a untiring effort in behalf of the club building 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept.
on Wednesday, Sept. 12: at 12 noon Denmark Mrs. E.A. Han Mrs. and stressed the fact that she is work- 21, for aft interested members and
was the occasion of 'a wonderful, Jerome' :Johns, Mrs. Bertha Lang, Ing today as she always has.A guests. Mrs. Anita Rink is chairmanof
tribute to three of its members for 50 Mrs R.P. McLendon Mrs. J.D. verbal tribute was given to Mrs. the next Country Store at the next
years of untiring service Mrs. O.L, Odom, Mrs. T.H. Rahn, Mrs. P.D. O.L. Beasley ,by Mrs L.A. Canova, Antique and Collectible Show-schedui-
Beasley (unable to attend), Mrs. Reddish Mrs. H.C. Ritch, Mrs. Guy. f-1 t Sr. In which she spoke of her loyalty, ed for March 16, 1984. Plans include
Herbert Ritch and Mrs. Carl Knight, Sale and Mrs. S.A. Weldon, 4L generosity and her superior 200 salable items. ._
honored members, were introduced Posters honoring the 50-year 4 characteristic of being someone The next fund-raising club
and presented with Certificates of Ap- members were made and displayedby whom one could always depend on for event will be a rummage sale sponsored to

preciation and yellow bud corsages. Mrs. Russell Norman. on the stage encouragement. Mrs. Canova also he held In the club building! on Friday,
Mrs. Louis Young, president, curtain, spoke of Mrs. J.W. Kincaid's diligent .
Oct. 14,from 8 a.m tit Tf! Members
presided. The Club Collect was sung effort and work for the Starke Library
by Mrs. John Griffen and Mrs\, W.H. The original musical tributes to the for which the Woman's Club is may bring articles to next club
meeting on Oct. 12 or to the building
Thomson accompanied by Mrs. L.A. three honored members were sung by responsible.Mrs. .
members and guests accompanied by Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. until 12 noon.
Canova,Sr. The invocation was given Eunice Searing gave verbal
by Mrs. Jack Trawick. Guests, were Mrs. L.A. Canova Sr. as follows: tribute to Mrs. Carl Knight and her Please call Sandra Green or Dot..
introduced by,members and new "Club Da I"'(to the tune of 'School work In the library which was first Brown for pick-up.
members were introduced. They Include Days'); "Leaders Now, Leaders housed In the Woman's Club building. Coming fall events Include a rum
l : Mrs.: .Carole Hurley, Mrs Then" (to the tune of 'Small World'); 1 Mrs. Knight did many things. In fact mage sale Oct. 14; Country Supper,
Nov. 19 Tree and Sale Dec. &
Griffin Mrs. ., Plant 9
: ;
and led by Mrs.John
Muriel Gilhooly;Mrs.Joan Hall Mrs. she worked In the library, worked to
10 and Parade of Homes and
W.H. Thomson, and Mrs. Vincent ;
.
Chris Wilson and Mrs. Anne Greene. procure funds for' the salary of the
Christmas Tea Dec. 11.
Dining tables held centerpieces of Spengler, featured the "Honored first librarian, Mrs. Jeanette Young,
fern and yellow day allies. An arrangement Three" and "Fifty Long Years Ago"to Untiring Service... and worked along with Mrs.Ritch and been Two thousand dogwood trees have
ordered and
will be
sale Dec.
( the tune of "Old Gray Mare') on
for the
of purple and white silk enumerated the capabilities of the Honored for SO years of untiring service to the Woman's Club of Starke others on procuring property. 10 at the club building. Annuals and
site of the library.
flowers
was on the piano A delicious present
; honored guests. were Mrs. H.C. Bitch left, and Mrs. C.A. Knight. Also honored was Mrs. dur poinsettias are to be sold also.
salad luncheon was served by Mrs Arts and crafts were displayed
Mrs Vincent Spengler gave a lov- O.L. Beasley. not shown.
P.J. Baldwin, chairman, Mrs. :J D.




,I :r lady of Charity, Cuban Matron Honored by D r.' and Mrs. Carlos Hernandez I


,. ,,'4-,

,Oti and Mrs. Carlos M. Hernandez, Cossio, Dr. and Mrs. J. Goy :entertained! 'at, two dinner parties Dr., and Mrs. E.N. Infante and. Dr. International foods were served brought lovely flower arrangements'' Pujadas, Mrs. A. Varner; Dr. and Mrs. N. Roberts, S. Roberts, Dr. andmrs.
>Wednesday and Saturday of last week and Mrs. J. Salazar which were prepared by,Mrs. Her-. .as gifts. Mrs.:A. Vergara and daughter; from S. Sarnt, Mr.. and Mrs. J.
lor; their annoal:celebration of the Among the other guests were: Dr. nandez. Desserts were provided by The guests Included from Jacksonville Macclenny, Dr. and Mrs. F. Gutierrez Stephenson and Carlos A.Hernandez;
Lady of Charity,' the Cuban patron and Mrs. E. Cinca from Jacksonville, Mrs. E.. Hurtado, who prepared : Mr. and Mrs.: C. Ambersley, Dr.and Mrs. J.:Jimenez Dr. and from Middleburg Mr. and Mrs. O.
saint. Dr. and Mrs. L. Dieguez of Raiford, cheesecake, Mrs: M. Stephenson who Mr. and Mrs. G. Andux,Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. Terradas; from Lake City, Hurtado S.E. Mendoza, Orlando Hur-
On Sept. 7, which is the actual day Dr. and Mrs. M. Couio,'Mrs. Garrl prepared Spanish flan and date balls, J. Arias, Mr. and Mrs. N. Basil, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnson, Dr. and tado de Mendoza, Ms. E. Hurtado de
of. The Lady of Charity, the dinner Dr. and Mrs.F. Gutierrez and Dr.andMrs. Mrs. Margaret Howard and Florence and Mrs. R. Campaneria, Mr. R. Mrs. J.Oteiza, Mrs. E. Otelza,Ms. E. Mendoza and Omar Hurtado de Men-
was held at the Hernandez Romero of Macclenny Mr.and Meres who prepared chocolate fudge Chaumont, Mr. R. del Valle, Ms. H. Oteiza; from Raiford, Dr. J. Aviles, doza; from Gainesville Dr. and Mrs.
party home. Father L.: 'Florez of Prince of Mrs. J. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. R. with nuts and Mrs Garrt prepared. Donivan, Dr. and Mrs. J. Estraviz, Mrs.:E. Dieguez,Dr.-and Mrs.J. Gonzalez Brual; from St. Mary, Ga. Dr. and
Peace church, Jacksonville led a Phillips and son, Sean, and Dr. and sweet cakes.Also included was a milk ,Dr. and Mrs. F.Garcia and family, Ms. A. Gonzales;Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. R.Alvarez, son Ramon and Mrs.
1 Rosary for Our Lady of Charity.. Mrs. Edwardo Infante of Starke. pudding prepared by Mrs. B. Romero Dr.and Mrs. G.Godoy, Mr.P.Gutierrez E.N. Infante; from Starke, Dr. and Rosa Alvarez.
y 1',The dining table was covered with a The dinner party on Sept. 10 was and fruit salad prepared by Mrs. A. Mr.and Mrs.J' Hill,Dr.and Mrs.P. Mrs. Canfux and family, Mr. and
Sevillian lace cloth and centered with held at the Starke Woman's Club. Gutierrez. Also served were varietyof llano, Mr. and Mrs. R. Jordan,Dr. Mrs. J. Carver, T. Carver, Mrs. Z. i
an arrangement of yellow mums and The dining table was covered with a "pastelitos" of Guayava and ham and Mrs. J. Lopez, Mr: and Mrs. A. Chambers, Dr. and Mrs. Pete Fame
\"gladiolus.Other flower arrangements Sevellian lace cloth and centered with made by the Pastry Shop at Starke. Nordburg, Mr.and Mrs.J. Perez,Ms. C.A. Hernandez, Dr. and Mrs. E. In
',for.the Virgin were donated by: Dr an arrangement 6f yellow mums and Guests were entertained by the Marilyn Perez, 'Mr. and Mrs. P. fante, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mixon, R. Os-
end Mrs. A. Canfux, Dr.:and Mrs. M. gladiolus which, was a gift from Mr. Harry GrUfen Trio of Gainesville. Perez, Mr. and Mrs. R. Perez, Mr. teen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.Cnv .

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Mary Henry' and :Jimmie. Poole1larry I 9 The'Social Side

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/ 26 in RaifordDixon "
Aug. Gladys Mooty Qf The .
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\,;, llfary'Dixon'Henry 'of'Lake City, ton,the bride's stepfather,she wire a' + ;'' Society Editor,' ;,r'" :
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daughter of Mr and Mrs. 'Elbert!; floor length baby blue silk tulle gown .
'! Thornton Raiford and Jimmie Lee with flowing butterfly elbow length V ,a 964.7608 News ,' ,
Poole of Lake City, son of Mr. and sleeves. She carried a'single red rosebud o o i :rw.. ,, 1/ :
Mrs./Lee Williamson.of Waycross, with baby's breath. \ Oc\ <
t Ga.i were united in marriage Aug. 26 A reception was,also held at the r Tf?. Mr. & Mrs. David Hodges
: at 8 p.mi at the home of,the bride's Thornton home which was decoratedwith
:) bells and love birds
I parents. Raiford. wedding
The nuptials were performed' by Mrs. Dick Dixon greeted the guests A1 .;C.E.O'Steen Speaks
,,. Rev. A.L. Lastinger of Gainesville on at the door and Mrs.' J.P.. Eddings ,
the fronts:!*,yard patio >:which was ;kept the bride's, book : ,', Ml QUESTION: .
decorated with/ large palms and fern. .
, 1111 -.;.gar;'orpa\llt\ .raa .,.rTli n4,>.brido'sV tablew4ti ....waqt,... 9 ;, fit' AuxiliaryMlllleetin} J. Y uj ,Whgt are Aj-the 4'medical: ) .,, _
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.. old) .Jj shtoed.iacitke t' '
, a '' *n+ T 7J yments'rmy o'uto In
, ,''!')"(.j,. .asa' .;.' :'.. '''aiid ''' "".ti -'Mi.,,and Nirs.{ .JImmf V1J"U';p:1: :; ; rr'nlni imi n ,. W.J""n- ..i',j' r.mii;/" 1\(." ," I'' 'j.> .*'f.,' ";i 11'I'T'( }\ '. 4 p su/ortce covers? -, "

*> BjriM3 *A U j w Irved htv*** aiuuUshers hfhh wAs'huttsq Mrs.:Pa trlcia, .. ,C.E O'Steen, Bradford Hospital that Dolores Meng has been added to
were. Michael Dennis and Eric Dixon. Fruit punch itt a large punch pIUuSS (S$1SSSUSSSSmSSI of the her staff. .
Administrator, gave a resume
Dixon. ,' bowl centered the punch table. Miss Center at the Linda Johns explained the Scholarship ANSWER:
Athletic
Patricia WMtaker was matron Christine Dixon and Mrs. Bettye, Bradford Players Fitness
Mrs. t Hospital Auxiliary dinner-meeting fund is still available to students With this coverage, your
of honor She wore a beige dress with Shearer assisted in serving. Audition MondayFor at Western Steer Steak who wish to further their hospital
pleated skirt embroidered with little The couple Is residing in Lake Cityi. : Monday. night training. insurance company will

blue flowers She carried a single red The bride is a 196<+<1 graduate. of "Brlgadoon"Auditions House.O'Steen elaborated on the whirlpooland Beth Moore, Teenage Volunteer pay up to policy limits for

rose with baby's breath Bradford High School. nautilus equipment which will be chairman, sent in a report that her 20 certain medical expensesyou
and The to employed by Colum- : for the production of
Christine Dixon was flower girl groom nominalfee members are taking the CPR course
bia and Road Works ,"Brigadoon"by the Bradford Players available to the public at a and others In your car
County Paving ,
r Craig Henry was ring-bearer. within a week.The new building is and inservice training Linda Bakken
Given in marriage by Mr. Thorn- Lake City; :will be held Monday,Sept.28 at 7:30 adjacent to the hospital on the east Is her new assistant incur after an accident,
:p.m.at the Starke Woman's Club. Six members have signed up to at- regardless of who was at
side E. Call street.
You don't have to be a star to be In facing
tend the Hospital Auxiliary meetingin
the show-come to the For additional .Bernandine, Early gave a report on fault.
: try-outs.
Level. Host Tri- tate the Gift sales are and Orlando Oct. 19-21.
Pine Jo I, information call Chris Shop stating up President Ada ,Reddish presidedover There are other benefits
new stock added periodically.
:Wilson, 964-8120) or Laurie Conti,
there 24
i TS4-8498. WilmaJean Terry gave a report on the meeting where were on your policy, and we will
'i : the.Patient Care program and added attending.} be happy to look it over
Meeting Special Speaker
and explain your coverageIn

'4* detail. Call us or come

Dr. Bob Gray Thursday : .' ,, STARKE

CHURCH OF GOD by.HODGES

-Pine Level Baptist Church will hosta invitation to' the, .",public to attend. this JOHN CTCHART' 422 N. SL Clair 964-5449

two-day "Tri-State": meeting of the meeting. Sales Consultant Walter f. Monti, Pastor

World Baptist Fellowship on Thurs- : (904)) 376-1286 We invite you to worship with us.Attended Insurance Agency
day and Friday.' Sept.' 22 and 23. Guest,Sp.oker' NUllIfY

Pastors and laymen will be coming Thurs.. Sept.,29 ";:'' ? (t' I S"lirarBusiness UndifSckMl . ...., 10 im. 9644571101A
,from all over Florida, Georgia and At Union' P.B. Church ; ,I II.; .M.ta..n0 W.f.INp" .,:. ... 111*
Alabama 'ito. ,attend. this ,specialmeeting. '..' I ". E.....Stntc . . '" Edwards Road
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The. services 'win feature' old-, Elder Lasseurre:Bradley, Jr. I

fashioned gospel preaching by 1 ,Cincinnati Ohio, will ,be the guest i ,Health Care Need
various speakers and special music speaker at Union Primitive Baptist -- -
throughout the two days. ,Church, Thursday.Sept. 29.. ,.
Services begin at 10 a.m. on Thursday The public Is Invited to come joIn My Only Business?
and will continue throughout the the congregation during the service.
day, An old-fashioned "dinner", will Union Primitive Baptist Church i*' .*' < '. ,t do one thing and 1 do it right So put'me to 11 x 14

be"served: at noon ',in 'the ,church located on Morgan Road, Starke.Services -'? : ( work for your company and get the expertise
fellowship hall. Evening service will begin at 7 p.m. .. .- Wall Portrait
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speakerfor of health care specialists for your company 1 ,
at.7:30 Special
begins the Thursday p.m.night service will be, Pin.' Hill C.M. Church, ,, ('., ,. )! .; individual needs. plus the security of inLiving -
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Dr..Bob Gray pastor of Trinity Baptist I Homocomlng-Ravlval '' ,' '1' /a solid insurance company-Blue Cross and. I

Church of Jacksonville. Dr; Gray .' Blue Shield of Florida:.' : '.' Color '
Is well known throughout the United .n:,Cliaunce /, '': caD and f, :' ;1'
outstanding pastor and W of Lake. City will l j' b :{ Give me a today your company {Io 't > o 'r i
States as an '
conduct 'a homecoming-revival' at ." I ;. k start enjoying complete health care .
preacher- He Is also:president' of Pine Hill Congregational ,Methodist ." {' ; .. can protection '. I. '
Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville tomorrow from Blue Cross and Blue
Church oa Friday to Sunday Sept.
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A special part of the service on A covered'dish dinner will be serv health care Bk...*?** ; '; '
will be given over ,
Thursday to honoring evening Rev.. E.R.Bowers for his ed Sunday after morning service 'specialists., .' Never beforeoffered '. :, 'J"" \

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preacher of the gospel. Rv Bowers this Price! ,1AT' 1/ ,: ,. ,
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Quiette and Amos Williamson ;
s Outline* Plans ,,: .4: g
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For Arts ,
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Wed Sept. 3 in Methodist Church ; made a brief talk
;\ .: ,:,I;.:}, about Fr. Arthur the Arts Lee and Crafts Festival to

be held at St. Mark's on Dec. 10, at tile
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meeting the
.1foN'Irlt Ann '(Quiette of Lake dant. She wore a cream and lavender The bride's table was centered witha Women
Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. long dress with sheer overlay and carried three tiered cake decorated In Parish House Tuesday' evening, Sept.

Jame*,Quiette Starke, and Amos 'a silk floral arrangement in lavender and white and topped with 13. Mrs. Herbert Thomas
P of Mrs. shades of lavender and creamon lavender bell. Mrs. Pat McMullen President
Williamson: Fort White, son pink curt
the meeting and Mrs.Flossie' .
Janle WilliaJmsoh/ of Newport;Tenn., a cream lace fan. the cake. : presided over
the
3, at 2 The bride in marriage by her '' I Prescott presented devo-,
were, united in marriage Sept. given i & 4 ) and :
,.. p.mFi.rst:\\ 'United Methodist father, wore a long Ivory dress with bowls andnreefreshmentts. h tional Thomas worship program a report on the
Mrs.
Assisting gave
Church,', Starkly, with, Rev. Warren lace overlay and chantilly lace ac- In Convocational meeting held at Christ
Langer performing the nuptials. cents. She wore a long chantilly lace serving were Mrs. Wanda Fish Susie this
Centering (the altar were two large veil and carried an arrangement of Finn and Stephanie Fish. I.Y. i t. (' Church in Cedar Key.At meeting
basket l./I./ ,of\'(flowers in shades of roses, carnations etc. in shades of w i v' r r kkjYlar Fr. Stephen Smith Introduced as'
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Following a wedding trip to Tampa t< / the chaplain _t the Chapel of the Incarnation
lavender,' pink, yellow and cream.C8I0i cream, pink and. lavender. on a cream
lace fan. and South Florida the couple Is at the University of
grain; of Stevenson nuptial music.presented a pro- reception was held at the home of residing in Lake Butler. Florida' He told of the good attendance
the chapel and asked the
beat the bride's on Southgate .t at
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Donald Jackson was man. parents' { +
Ushers were James T. Qulette, drive. Two large baskets of flowers The bride Is employed at New River'". e rA !ts' i ( .' ECW! to contribute equipment neededat '
brother! of.t 9e, bride, and Chris Proc- were placed at vantage points. Miss Annex and Is a Correctional Officer l. f i f; t'IT M1 /Y the chapel. "

tor. ', Kathleen McMullen kept the bride's The groom is employed at RMC and'. 'Is. p r
Connie Proctor was honor attenEngagements- book. a Correctional Officer II.

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.Sherry Ann Sweat, Has Visitation Program ..

Dana Dyal, Tim Sexton At Pine Level Baptist Church,'there

Clanton Scaff Engagement Told are many opportunities for the

To Wed Oct. 22 members to go visiting throughout

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Francis.. the community. One such program is

Mr. and Mrs.'B.E. Dyal of Brooker Sweat, Jr: of Jacksonville announcethe Ladies Visitation on Wednesday mor'

announce the engagement of their engagement of their daughter ning.
of their friends
daughter, Dana, to Clanton Scaff, son Sherry Ann, to Tim W. Sexton, ovk In appreciation
from Pine
of Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Scaff of Worthington Jacksonville, son of Mr., and Mrs regularly visiting them
Springs. Albert B. Sexton of Louisville, Ky Level Baptist Church, Johnnie and
The wedding is planned for Saturday The bride-elect Is''also the granddaughter -. Mary Markus held a front porch buffet
Oct. 22. of Carl F (Bud. ) Carter of Mary spent all morning preparingfor
Lawtey. the buffet and decoratedthf tables

A Dec. 3, 3:30 p.m. wedding Is plan- with beautiful freshly cut roses. The
ned at the Glynlea United Methodist food was delicious and a good time
Church, Jacksonville. was had by all attending.
Aa Miss Sweat is a graduate of Wolfion The guest list included the Rev. and
Senior High School and graduate of Mrs. Roman Alvarez, Mr and Mrs.

Florida Junior College; Jacksonville, Russell Carter, Gertrude Curtner,

and graduate of University of North ................:........................ Mrs. Amos Williamson I........ Vonne .Johns, Dorothy Melton,
Robin Tatum, Florida 'where she is a member Kathrine Oliver, Tin Osborn .Bea

Don Davis Zeta 'Tau Alpha, BA In Elementary Roberts, and Denise Rhoden.
Education and member of Who's Who
Gina Lynette Corey
To Wed S. 24
pt. among students in colleges and .
universities: Mr: and Mrs. David Corey at Mrs. Clyde Sinclair

AU friends and relatives are Invitedto Mr. Sexton is a graduate of BIRTHS Broken 'Arrow, Okla., announce the Dinner Honor..
attend'the garden wedding and Southern High School, Louisville,Ky., birth of a daughter, Gina Lynette
reception of Robin Tatum to Don graduate of Murray State University born Aug. 31 in St. Frances Hospitalin Mrs. Clyde Sinclair honored
Davis on Saturday, Sept. 24, at 7 was at
p.m. with a BS in Man-'Eng. member of Tulsa, Okla.Maternal .
Dana Dyal at the home of the bride's parents, Society Manufactoring Engineers grandparents are Mr. and surprise birthday dinner Monday
,Clanton Scaff Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum, Jr.. in night given by Mrs. Arline S. Brown.
and member of
St. Racers
Murray Jeffery Kyle Bennett Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby of Starke. at her home on E. Call street. '
Lawtey: : football team as center.' Paternal Mr and
grandparents are ; ,
.,'1.." .,,,.................................................................................................................................................... ........ Jeffery Kyle Bennett, son of Jeff Mrs. Roy O. Cravitt of Jonesboro, Ga. guests The two were dining covered tables for with the Ar-10

Bennett of Macclenny and Stephanie my/Navy cloths and centered with arrangements ..
Bennett of Starke was born Sept. 19 at of white and

I Did you know Shands Teaching Hospital, ; daisies and pompomt., ;yellow
Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark attended -

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner of Lake the Savings and Loan League com A.Paternal Green of grandparents Starke and Glenda are James Greenof .

Mrs. H.M. Richarde and'Mr. and Wales visited Mr. and Mrs. O.R. vention at Boca Raton Sunday' to Lake City. Maternal grandparentsare TS
Mrs. Harry Houston of Starke and Alvarez, Sr. on Sunday. Wednesday, of last week. Allen Bennett and Inez Bennett of
Mrs. Lyle Buck of Palatka attendedthe I'' and
mother
Macclenny. The baby are
wedding of a niece, Frances Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert White and Mr. and Mrs Randall 1 Maycumber' with aunt Mrs. Grace
living an Page,
of Covlngton, Ohio,"have moved to_
Downs to Buddy Gregory on Saturday children of Casselberry spent the in Starke. "
afternoon at Atlantic Beach.Mrs. weekend with his parents, Mr. and Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Maycumber is /a 'TenderBite S1ze

family Richarde until remained Monday.'with the Buck Mrs. Olin White. teacher'at Bradford High. ,- ; Amber Lynn Craig Shrimp' Dinner

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Attending the University of;) M.aaa targawvtregof
Crosby Mr.and Mrs. Anthony Wayne Craig 1
Miss Sarah Demaree of Ocala have returned from two weeks visit Florida/University of Soutnernr announce the birth of a daughter,. ie asciaa Ua.sew,
visited herMonday. ey H.tw.Ritdio, ,with their son-in-law and daughter, California football game Sept.,10 Int. a.d wna nauaol
Amber Lynn, born Sept. 12 In Triple?
j a Los Angels were .Mrai dMni. Jim, ? oil tweet ata4 ooi.,
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1 Mr and Mn,,
1 .'i'Si >>avid Corey and baby Hawaii... :
J'ArmyMedical Center, Y+
," .." ,tfgirl in Broken Arrow, Okla. Womack. ,MJ:.'', arduWrsa: ,P4or'tWilliams ; x midMrs. ; ;;
w Paternal Mr, i
OOCIdOa.rae. ( '
Randy JolnerrrtdBr' 'ida Lee and Mr. and Mrs.Al Carlisle GridChampion. .. r ';'
Maternal
., George Ienlonw.dge., ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish.
daughter of Alachua were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper were Mr. and Mrs. Em
are.
grandparents ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McCon- fishing at Waccassa River last Tues- After the game the Womaclurand mett R. Craig. "
nell, Jr. day and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Williams visited Mrs. Williams J
Harold Branham In Chipley Thursday parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.W, Blggam
in Santa Barbara and then to Pebble Grayson Edward Cason
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade and guestsMr. to Saturday.Mrs. : on
and Mrs. Will Slade of Baxley, Beach and San Francisco. Mr. and
Kelly and Grayson L. Cason an-
Ga spent the first of last week at EP- Mrs. Carlisle visited his son, Keith
nounce the birth of a son, Grayson Ed-
Carlisle in Beach before return-
COT and Disney World. Neal Goes of Panama City was ing. Long ward, born Sept. 11 in Orange Park 20 Piece Boiled
last Wednesday and Thursday guest Community Hospital.
E.L. Matthews visited his sister, of Mrs. W.B. Shrimp Platen
Mundy. Paternal grandparents are
Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopson and Mr., V
in Orlando
Mrs. H.B. McLendon over
the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. R.V Durrance took a Grayson L. Cason of Lake Butler and 21)bolted etvtmA ::t:,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dansby and boating trip from Palatka to the the late Marylin Cason. Maternal : d arid raocty toreIIppIng.bf .
daughter of Perry were Saturday are Mary L. Woodhamand PNI'>fn
and Mrs. Bill McClane and ocean at Mayport; on Sept. 10. grandparents ... 1
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. the late Edward Woodham' of and .emI Set'MdWIItt
daughter Katie of Jacksonville John many OGle slow.
Dansby of
Tampa was last Starke.
Beach and Dr. Glenn McClane of Thursday guest of the R.O. Dan bys. Sept. 13 Duplicate Bridge Club ,rhpyorocra.cocfc ,
Tallahassee spent the weekend with results were: first-Rhea Johnson and souo*and tomon wcdosb

their mother, Mrs. Huston McClane. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken returned Lora Frances; second-Vernle Odom Morgan Leigh Jordan. '
and Ruth Merlie; third-MarJorie
Monday from two weeks visit with Thomson and Lucile Green. 'Mr. and Mrs. Andy ,Jordan of
,Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakken Sr. In ($339 "
Reunion N.D.. Starke' announce the birth of a
Brown Family Wahpeton, They were sightseeing -
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch entertained
daughter,Morgan Leigh born Aug.26
in the '
adjoining states while
Meeting Place Changed there. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill McMillan at in Alachua General Hospital ,
dinner Friday night at Plantation Inn ,Gainesville;;

Decendants of Jaspar and Lou Mrs. James A. Otto of Seminole and at Crystal River celebrating Mr. Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Captain D's.
Brown will hold their annual family Mr. and ,Mrs. S.P. Vandiviere of McMillan's birthday.Joe Mrs. Luther Grant of Anthony. Mater- W. ;

reunion Sunday,Sept. 25, beginning at Hillsborough N.C. were recent nal great grandparent Is J.C. Grant, .,afreatimiesealeodplace;; ,
1 p.m. at.the Masonic' LodgeinLawtey. visitors of Mrs. L.A. Canova. Family and Chuck Peters of Marietta, ,also ofPaternal Anthony,
members gathered on Sunday to Ga. spent the weekend with their .' grandparents are Mr. and "
Meeting place for the reunion was celebrate the September birthdays of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Peters at Mrs. Joseph Jordan of Live Oak. TwwoZ Tuesday AH Day teeckrf.$3 69
I previously printed as the home of Mrs. Otto, Mrs. Vandiviere, Mrs. Kingsley Lake. Paternal great grandparents are Mr. fish Dinners I
Dois and Sylvia Brown in Lawtey. But Levy Canova,Jr. of Gainesville, Mrs. and Mrs. H-A. Lawson, also of Live ...-el.aarsi.--.......-.........-....-.... '
because or the "black bug" problem, Mona Weiner of Keystone Heights, Mrs. Ben Rowland was In North ,Oak. esw.mm sMis teal eyestti
the meeting place has been changed. and David Canova. Mrs. Otto returned Florida Regional Hospital for surgery .,I".
Members and guests are reminded to North Carolina with the Van- last Monday to Friday. | ----....---.---- -.- -- -. .

to bring a covered dish for the luncheon divieres for probable knee surgery in I '" ie",
.- For more' information call Chapel Hill at N.C. Memorial t

I 782-3978. Hospital. / ;' SUMM'ER '

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I Hampton Hilitesby ] >; BUY NOW' AND SAVE'' '
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phone......., 'tl
I the Keystone Heights Melrose Unit I ;

Bookmobile News.. 202 of the American Legion Auxiliary. : '
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They held seminars on veterans affairs ':: '" Special Package. :
The Bradford County Bookmobile and rehabilitation. 1 ? ; :
offers service to this area every Tues- Enroute home Mrs. Terry and the ,: .
day from 12:30 til 2:30: at the Post Office three ladies who accompanied her at -

Sowing box a tangled matt of parking lot. the school visited the Andersonville : . *, .
spools and threads? Usa discarded "
) National Cemetery In Andersonville?; '
Mrs. Terry Attends I :r ( -
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compartments for .spools. Leadership School Ga.Celebrate ;
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Birthdays.
I ,t t' .' Mrs. WllmaJean 'Terr r' attendedthe : ,
v. n Region III Leadership School Mrs. Belle Brown celebrated her '
I, Procrastination is the art from Friday to Sunday. The course 94th birthday recently by enjoying the t I" 'Complete, !InsteHaSten, l ,
tof keeping up with was held at the Ramada Renaissance visit, of family members and friends. ,% I (

I f yesterday"'. Don Marquis Hotel in Atlanta, Ga, Amanda Meng had a Holly Hobby (Electric Etc. ; .
;.L ': ..Mrs. Terry serves as Second Vice.?, 'cake for her third birthday party on i P ,., ) ." ,J.! ::
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: Marty and Lori Meng. Among friends,: J 'InduM .. .'f
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lenger be accepted by the Tele- color photograph come 'a new on bike Sept.among 19. He was his birthday happy to am''rtsee. find-"> t. ," ": 116OPIONEER I ; ",",, I r,

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f with articles l '--Including more often, they' come out 'the Gainesville a. field trip Loblolly to the School home enjoyed of- I>, ',', ....

f engagements and wedding an-' grey, or completely black. ,Lawrence and Teresa Tuesday =: :
nouncemepts. This policy 'Is to Improve the ;"They loved all the ratite there i ; A ELECTRIC: ; CO.:
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This -polled' 1\? necessary quality 'of the: newspaper1' we ;
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because ''the 7/.groph Is bring to you and cooperation of They appreciated the, Ice cream I;) : f.. ? : .Uwtoy:Ftertta, 782:30", ,, ''l; : '

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Larry Oglesby This will be the first meeting of the Greg Lee 5'9 180 pounds and Terry ;
two teams. Oliver. 6'0 180 pounds. Both are :
Sport Editor Biggest Trojan threat is speedster strong and fast runners.On :
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back Rondale Cato who has
BHS Tornadoes will be looking for running the offensive line, average _
in three touchdowns ti.
their first win tommorow night when already turned weight. of the linemen is 180 pounds. -
this Small at 5'9,143
the Hamilton season. pounds Center Brandon Coleman Is'the
County (
will visit BHS Stadium JasperTrojans Cato makes up for it in performance smallest on the line at S'10 150
for
Class 2A duel a averaging 19 yards every time he gets pounds. He is small, but is quick and
beginning at 8 .
p.m
the ball.
Bradford is winless an excellent blocker. Beside him at
after dropping'the Head Tornado Coach David Hurse guard is similarly sized to Coleman.He .
opener against Baker High 21-7
will use 28 of
experience -
years coaching is also quick.
then Joeing 21-0 In Dlstrict-8
last a clash into' putting the first win Left side offensive guard Vince
Heights.Friday' night in Keystone, mark on the records for Bradford Friday WindhaM[ is 5'10, 190 pounds. He Is
night. probably the best hussler on the team
Jasper la going to be one of the and is also noted as being quick.
finer 2A teams in the state. They are Tackles Timmy Duke S'10 205

Game Facts just an overall good, football.team" pounds and Steve Curry 6'1, 210'
Location: : Bradford High Stadium. notes Hurse. pounds add size to the offensive line.
Season Records:' Bradford 0-2; "They are going to use every trickin Jasper has a well coordinated team h7 + 1
Hamilton 10.'I' the book to win Friday night They, and make very'few mistakea/according -
Series History; Have never played. need a win," commented Head Trojan to the scouting report.
Coach Ron Hall.

'Trojan Defense Getting It the hard way....
Trojan OffenseQuarterbacking Jasper runs a 4-4-3 defense four :
will be Junior linemen four linebackers and three.' BUS running back Tony Davis (33) gets some good last Friday night.Davis had to take the running duties to'
The Trojans are 2-0 going into the, Venice Hawkins. S'll, 160 pounds. defensive backs. But it is uncertain yardage for the Tornadoes In the 21-0 loss to Keystone fill In for.Oliver Tyson who Is out with a knee Injury.,

game riding on a 28-13 win over 3A Hawkins Is a strong player with a what defense the Trojans will run
Live Oak for the season opener and a good arm and handles the ball well against the BHS wing-T offense.
19-14 victory over Baker County last according to the BUS scouting report..
Friday night. Two other pinning; backs will be The four on the frontline average Turnovers Plague TornadoesIn
190 pounds. Curry plays right tackleon
defense as well as offensive tackle.At .
'left defensive tackle Is S'll 210
pound Bret Taylor. Taylor is one of
the most aggressive players on the
defense., 21-O Loss to KeystoneSeven
8'2. 180 pound defensive end Keith' ,
Powell could be a problem for BHS
,quarterback Robert Carver due to the BHS turnovers set the way his lone carry of the evening for eight behind the line for a five yard loss
height. Powell is tall and has good for a fired up Keystone team to hand yards. On the second down play Tony moving the ball back to the. 44 yard
speed as well as the ability to read. Bradford High varsity grldders their Davis went around the right side for a line with a second down. '
plays well: second toss of the season last Friday pick up of 13 yards and a first down. The final Keystone score was in the
Alfonso Willis, &'10, 160 pounds,will .night when the hosts Indians. shutout Davis carried on the next play to put fourth period when another Harvin
anchor the left defensive end is quick,.> the Tornadoes 21-0. the ball at mid field. with a second and. punt put BUS on the two yard line.
and a hard hitter1 according, to the' Half way through the third quarter two situation.: BHS fumbled and Indian Kevin Booth
report. rain poured down on the game A four yard gain on second down recovered the fumble in the end. zone,
The four linebackers for the Trojans : creating a slippery. situation to play. gave BHS another first down in Indian for the touchdown.
are not real big but have a lot of in. territory. Davis carried again Brown's extra point kick was good
speed and agility. They are Troy Turnovers plagued the Tornadoes. this time over right tackle for five and Keystone put the 21-0 icing on the
Townsend Greg' Simmons Calvin, .Three crucial fumbles occured within yards. Brad Russell was caught game. '
Wilson;and Vice Windham. the Bradford 1-yard line, setting up
Vincent Bailey and Mike Glisplewill the three Keystone touchdowns.
.5 be in the Trojan secondary. : Keystones touchdowns came In the
"We are going to have to stay with first,third and fourth quarters.This .
our basic defense and we are going to was the first time that the two FIlADEr
have to continue to improve get out teams have played.The game put the
there and get after Jasper comp Tornadoes down to 0-2 and. put the In-
merited BUS defensive. line Coach. I ;dlans up to'2-0. ,,,,
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"W.fI! a4ibutdl t et b ftijbU L ''xayctMw afid.BBS took over oft'then". j u'JJN5 .t'
SEjiti4| <>vo ?6 'iy it S lsi+ re' r. ''Jt'INU1.ho up to the amount f execu-a+' yaw line.;"'i-" .fl'i'r'
l the wh to) takes the ball around the left end for a tion and aggressiveness," noted BHS ;,. '"RuriS from Robert Carver Barry .
moderate gain against Keystone last Friday night. .offensive line Coach Ezra Simpkins J"1 f*,r! Warren"and Tony Davis moved the SAWCHAIN TRADE SAVE TIME
.. ball to the 39 yard line with a third and. .
short. two yards for a first down; Bring us your old
Carver fumbled in the' backfield
I and the Indians defense recovered the I ,.. / } worn out chain from
Goal One Fumbles Hurt BHS"I've ball. your chain saw and geta

BHS defense held the Indians to one "trade in" allowance towards the purchase of

coached for 28 years and dur- Linebacker Michael Early came up "Overall our defensive backs( were series and a punt. Keystone punter the new 72LG Super Guard<*1 or any other qual-
ing that time we've fumbled less than with eight individual tackles, nabbed 'more aggressive against Keystone Terry Harvin put the ball out of ity OREGON chain. You'll be ready to cut
twice at the'goal line" said Head one interception and one quarter- than they were against Macclenny," bounds on the BHS one yard line.That wood like new. At a price like the days of old.
Bradford varsity coach David Hurse, back sack. Tight end Buy Rehburg ,says BUS secondary. Coach Mike set up a quarterback sneak by Bruce
commenting about the :no1081 to had four individual tackles three of Hartley. Harvin for the first touchdown of the
Keystone last Friday night. which were'quarterback sacks. "We started out in a hole and dug it game and,the only one In the first
Bradford fumbled three times "We are still depending on Early to deeper," commented offensive line half. The extra point kick by Sean (0REGCtt)
behind the:two yard line to set up the improve. Whenever he realizes his Coach Ezra Simpkins "Everythingthat Brown was good, putting the Indians .
three touchdowns for Keystone. last capabilities he Is going to be tough". we 'could do wrong, we did to front 7-0 with 5:37: -: minutes in the osusarcavaeran IESO
Sexton.'i" against Keystone" ; .
Friday night. says BUS
mistakes that led to got the ball on the 21 yard line
"It was our own 5.00 Trade-In for your old worn out
the defeat but we can't take anything and on first down Warren went up the
away from Keystone. They capitalized middle for five yards.On Chain or FREE sharpening of your
r Carter
\ down
the second play
defensive on the mistakes ball game.and'They played deservedto a good of the WeekEach ,threw an Interception and Keystone good used chain (a '5'* value)
layers '
1. BUS 28 line.
noted Hurse. ( took over at the yard
win
KHHS moved the ball When a New
Two
penalties buy
the you
One of the biggest problems was ., 1
back' staff the best players the back to the BUS 31 yard line. On a
absence of 200 pound running week the Bradford High coaching picks '
Oliver Tyson for the Tornadoes. four areas of the team during the game the week before. fourth down play Harvin threw a passto Oregon ChainAT ,
Tyson plagued with a knee Injury only This week there was'no selection made. for the offensive lineman of theWHkJ' Carver doubling. as monster.
ran one play against the Indians. BHS got the ball on the 35 yard. line '
Also out from the running department of Keystone. Your Chain Saw Headquarters
with a knee injury to speedsterEric Best defensive linemanMichael Early and Billy Rehburg. Early was the On'runs from Warren Carver
Lane. leading tackier for the Tornadoes with eight individuals and one assist. He. Tornadoes Starke Power Equip.
"We built our offense around Tyson also added on interception and one quarterback sack. Rehburg was the second
and with him down it changes leading tackler with,four. Three of those were quarterback:sacks. a 'fourth' down. BHS kicker John 322 S. Walnut 964-8568
everything" said Hurse "Anytimethat David Francis missed a 27 yard. field

all our people are healthy. we can Best defensive back-Brad Russell. Russell did his job during the game ac- goal.:
stay with anybody. cording to secondary coach Mike Hartley.;.rHe! didn't make that many. ,The game was limited' to one series

The Tornado defense did an adequate 'offense 'tackles because the defensive line was doing !its, Job." per, Interception team when finally to BUS Harvin linebacker threwan SMITHCDRDN4G.ULTRASONIC
the Keystone -
Job holding '
to 20 yards on the> ground and Best offensive back-'Tony Davis. 'Davis had to take over for the injured Michael Early. BHS'got the ball on TM
.
just over 50 in the air. '. Oliver Tyson and did add to the BHS running'attack. Davis ran 18 yards in S the 48 yard line of Keystone.After' againstKeystone .

commented'.'Defen lveJY defensive we did a line'good coach job" carries for an,average of 3.2 yards! per carry. 'w" .' a'and 15 yard a 17 yard penalty pass from PORTABLE ELECTRONIC TYPEWRITER:

Carver to Warren the Tornadoes had
'
Mike Sexton. the ball at the 17 yard line with just WITH MEMORY CORHECMON.
::7l : .:;/{":: ,.'''I': : -:; seconds left in the half. ONE-TOUCH
-- Two 15 :yard penalties'.galnst the,
.Tornadoes put the ball back to the 40 One-touch, one key the key to perfect
I Meet
First in '
Girls Pla Jax .
iFreshmen yard line with second down.
." .. ,. ': With Just enough time for one play letters. It remembers your errors and takes,
for Girls There were teams from all over tnenorth Russell for 13 .
Cross country seasons started Vanity ,Carver hit Brad a yard, them and --
Bradford High runners last Saturdayat Listed with\ places and times. ''Florida area"? commented pass ending the half. up away i .
the Greater'Jacksonville Invitational 44)Llnda Dewitt 1400; .53)Cheryl;< Cross Country and' Track Coach : ,BH3 held the Indians on the opening
at Bishop Kw>ny High ScbOO1.'H&bllghtlng' Bogle 1422;' 55)Mlchelle' Kimutis' George, Loper.' ,series of the second half and. forced. .a
," kids'did job
the 'SDCarol Fusiell.- 14.32' Overa the a super line.
the day) wa* 14.27; Punt from the 29 yard
freshmen atria team taking\ first 62)Karen Kimutis. 14.40;..63)Tammy.. : especially tha freshmen girls Bradford got the ball on the 34 yard
piece The varslttrltrla' placed 10 Mann, 14.42; tplshiiuj f frst.:They did the best" they linRr.'A running attack was successful
overall out of 19 teams and the varsity could and the-effort wa. there, noted for the Tornadoes in this drive.

boys placed 20th out of 22 (earns. Boys Vanity 18.37tJ 105 iL.L>Kd4!: .'Loperf\..',...,.{..4 '. .' ,On ,first down Oliver Tyson made_
'The freshmen girl team was com 85)Paul McKinney
prised of Bradford Middle School runners die ,Tennant 19.23: ; 12OSThomaa>
that'are members,of .the. Bradford Moon, 20.37; 12SIIenry Cooper,23,16k[ I,

Roadrunners: ...Club., 12CaMn..Thomas.22.nr.) : : ')itrICEI.OF BUD lEY :HEARING

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by Ellubeth Terry villa, on Sunday morning. Our Shandg Hospital, Gainesville Park was'a Friday dinner?guest of liar < and Mrs.Charles Starling: and.family. I "
phoe.7823300PERSONALS." prayers are for the family. Sept. 21 and will have aura friends,'Mr. and Mrs. Lea Mc<.1eUan. CHURCH ACTIVITIES...
...... Robert Taylor of Hollywood Fla. Sept. 22..Our prayers are wi Mr. and Mrs Reggie! Norman and Bernard Kosior of Live Oak visited
returned home on Tuesday after spen- Mr. and Mrs. Ricky their parents Mr. and Mrs. Truman his aunt; Mrs. Flossie Rosier on First Baptist Church
Mrs. Daisy Thompson was InAlachu. ding two weeks with his friends Mr. daughter. Charity AnaL!of Norman, spent their 'weeks vacation Saturday afternoon. Young People Cookout
.' General Hospital and Mrs. Jim Haga and family. visited their parents Mr. In the mountains of North Carolina. Robert Starling and son, David of 25 young people andyoung. ,
Gainesville for week and was able and Bobby Norman and family Bernard Rosier of Live Oak Over
a Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper was a Jacksonville were 'Sunday dinner married couples enjoyed a softball
to come home on Thursday Sept. 8. children, Wayne Ronnie, and Tommy grandmother, Mrs. Carl Saturday dinner guest of Mr: and. Team of his parents Mr. and. Mrs. and cookout at the borne of
Our prayers are with her. of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Tommy the weekend. Orange'A Mrs. Les McClellan. Starling. game and Rebecca Wise on Saturday -
Louie"Walnwrlght of Tallahasseecame Harper, Buddy and Sherry; Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbe Mrs. Jeanne Lee attended a ,Friends of Lonnie Teston are happy Ralph llamburlera. hot clop .
by for, a short visit with his Harper and J.J. and daughter; Disney World at Orlando on Postmasters meeting Inverness on to learn that he is able to come home Sept: 10. were enjoyed by 1
trimmings
; end the .
mother. Mrs. Truby Wainwright on Wayne Carla and Timmy were sun- and enjoyed It very much.I Wednesday.Mrs. from North Florida Regional '
Saturday: day dinner guests of their mother Mrs. Jewel Wade of Tampa Max Newport of Orange Park Hospital Gainesville Our prayers all.Laura
Deepest sympathy of the community grandmother, and great grandmother ding some time with her visited Mrs.Flossie Rosier, on Friday are with them. Baptist Church
is extended to Mr. and Mrs. B.L.Wlikison Mrs. Carl Prevail, Sunday Fred Moore. She visited her morning; :'- Mrs..B.L. Wlikison Jr. will go in Changes Hours
Jr. because the death of Sept. 11.Friends. Miss Rachel Boyer' ,In : Mr.and Mrs.Jerre Starling of Safety Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville on Laura Baptist Church in Starke has
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their mother. Mrs. Mildred Lockhart. to Saturday. : Harbor were Saturday night and' Wednesday for
of Cedric Rosier regret surgery on Thursday. changed their time for morning services j
In St. Vincent's Hospital in Mrs. Shirley Newport of Sunday guests of their Mr Our :
Jackson- learn that he is a surgical patient parents. ..; prayers are with the family.. to 10:30: a.m I

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Sports Briefs10th AMB3ICAS: FANNY DRUG STORE J ''I; '


grade NEW ARRIVAL? .
Gridders lose 14-8 I

Eastside of Gainesville broke two Tell U8 about your new Bundle and receive I

bigs plays for two touchdowns to beat EctorcTs FREE Baby Bundle plus FREE: member

c the Bradford High 10th grade grid. ship In Eck rda Baby Bundle Club. Members U
team 144 last Thursday night
receive
"It was a good hard hitting game," .,- discount coupon for Baby's prescriptions -
commented Coach Mike Sexton. "Our and much needed baby products.:
as kids played real good" Visit our pharmacy for details.
"The kids in the secondary did a
good Job.' They are a pretty good
e. group but they don't have much
depth: says secondary coach Mike
Hartley. "They should do a good Job
as they go on and they will be able to ----
help us on the varsity next year."
Next game for the 10th grade squad 1 -' Sf1/- a_
will be Thursday Sept. 29 at home ?
St Augustine. The game will --
E again at 7 p.m.. Glette 's

Swivel -

Fall Tennis ,----- '

Tourney Set.... j--r' -

Starke Recreation Department
plans to hold its 2nd Annual Fall Tennis '
Tournament the weekend of SIGNAL SWIVEL I
November 18-20. MOUTHWASH DISPOSABLE RAZORS FILLED SNACKS COAST BATH SOAP AJAX' CLEANSER


doubles.and Included doubles will and be womens the mens singles singles and if/4JC /89* i 1 00.

Schedules will be abailable on Monday : sw E: ago r 2 2' !

November 14. Entry fee will be .tIraa ........... Rlras ... ....... ft .....SMS .........
$5 for singles and f 10 for doubles. Limit 1 Limn 1 pack Limit 2 Limit 2 bare, Omit 3 cans ;
Players will provide their own
balls. Trophies will be awarded to
first and second. place in each divi,
sion.Games ROUNDS HEFTY '.... i W 18-INCH '
will be played at the PrattSt. ANTACID w!.a TRASH BAGS NYLON BRAZIER
Center and the BMS'tennis courts. 11TUUTSOUSL7S GRILL
'
ahd
Anyone interested should sign up at o siw..w .JOGGERS IMS .
the Old Armory before Nov. 18. /
The recreation department Is open
from 8:30 a,m. to 12 noon and from 1 Limit: 1 peck ,99 ;)99I
'
p.m. to 5:90.Registration. c
fee and entry must be I 3 arid levels.
in by the deadline to'eligible for the ISOPROPYLALCOHOL -J Folding legs.
draw. For more Information call
M4- 72 or 96441942.Saturday .
cE'3t:

Declared .-,HZ.-...3gi\ FOUR D-CON 1 GONE ERAtAS1s-Its II CHIC JUG..

,urn f t -FOae I x -: ., ". +rfi son rs.s.as.Y
and '? .* ,PAPER x ( !
Hunting '. +.Y .
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I E .... 288 'IIIUTW.BARBASOL 1.
.... ..... :;; Bond
Fishing Day STICK 71.21 c WIde mouth
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DEODORANT
: .
Governor Bob Graham has signed aproclamation VINYL STRAP

designating Saturday, ,i ear gse : LAWN FlffiNmHIE -
Sept. 24 as Hunting and. Fishing Day. ... # s
in lorida.tF Limit i" CRICKET DUX *r rm-STTU FLO-TROLL CHAIR
"Florida has a wide variety of hun- HI-LITERS I BAIT 179"DIIPOUIU
ting and fishing opportunities LIGHTERS a Ms{PII BUCKETPOND'S .gyp.. 24.. ..,
available to its residents and '
visitors,"says Col.Robert Brantly / 88e 33
executive director of the Game andFresh CREAM a COCOA BUTTOI 2 CHAISE

Water Fish Commission. LOTION vonsysLimit 2 packs 2ftH
He said the observation of the Reg.39Jn .e
special day focuses attention on the : .129 c i
heritage of hunting and the role sportsmen -' ....
play in the conservation of Limit 1'W'
wildlife and wilderness
areas. MAN MUX
Through licenses fees,special taxes PM IZM-WATT HAMILTON BEACHSTEAMDRY ANSCO. DISC CAMERA.
AMFMRADIO .. -
.
and private contributions sportsmen ALMAY HAIR BUYER is
nationwide contribute more than$500 HVPO-AUUSENIC t C h-14
million each year for wildlife MASCARA 1F'' .ra tst 10"vtr .
as.an s 0sa
and habitat restorationprograms.
management ....SN Iii.(
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299 Never needs
"Many non-game species as well as vstia CIIOICI .... N40'P P- jZa h-/f battarkw. '
game animals have benefited from I TNsacopla 3-yr. Anscowarranty.. ..
these sportsmen supported programs I Stlveritona- f ananna.
," commented Brantly.; ,. .. .
PRETTY NAILS lEt -2 speeds. 4 heats. coated sotaplate / '\," I." '.''11". ," '.
President Ronald'Reagan'hal also .1" "" "
INSTANT ,,," .. .....". ,
signed 'a proclamation designatingthe
national day. POLISH REMOVER

The commission: will be supportingthe -
day through numerous activities 149 J CLAIROL RENiIN61T1pf1 'lAsP KODAK Ml "tea
and events at the local I level.Information = ; HAIffSETTER MteftO-SCttEEN DISC -
dipfl"' ) K+r AUDIOTAPES ]( J
is a.tp pa
on where events are scheduled
+
ovt .. RAZOR / FILM
Limit 1 tlsss '
available from the commission's '1 UI'OIUMI '

Is regional most located telephone offices.on the directories.The inside toll-free front cover number of. @WHEATAVIMS. 2588'' s '. ,':'\-188''1M I:r: : -j 'Llmlt2 I. .,


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Recreation News.... .:' 120 super- .
sharpcuton0
A walking class Is in progress at the .MTTU- ...... 3" edges. ,
Starke Recreation Department.The .
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With wheat : '
be held class Mondays is open to Wednesdays all ages and;. will and germ JL ,__ _____ :,. ____ _-__ "iL -

Fridays beginning K30 .m..
Classes will assemble at the Old. Ar- 'cEm9: -
mory on US-301. CHIUMEirS CHfWAMI/
Tennis courts behind the Pratt St. VITAMINS
Center have been reopened after be- .....trrta fast
Ing repaired. ,,
The running club sponsored by the .1
recreation department will have its :w: .... 81'j
second meeting Tuesday night, Sept. Compare b
27.'The club's name and dues for the fllnllltonM. .
'
club will be discussed at t3je meeting. 'BiT-O-HOKEY or "'- ; "

Plans are for the club to sponsor at' DmNDS DEllGMMEIITS$ OH HENRY! C ,KA9SIE$. IOu IcE
run during the Bradford, County. Fair ...'.' FUN-SIZE y ...CIIII'tI' ENERGIZER "AA"
In ApriL aar4raMr ., FABRIC SOFTENER ,

3. .ear /.ae '; a _i.ai. -.7.. .ssR M.0' 1 .. BATH-WES tM4 0ass.

Migratory Bird Hunting Umll2 -sissies'.........,. I reel ceases ........ .
**ft ....... ........'........
To Begin Soon 14-0& 6n-O-0kin or 4Jo.oi' h par Of 13-0& f
nits ANa.eurr,ra ..........4.U on H.nryi bar*. y ChlpslwOres. 2 : omit :I I ssww.r.., mmIN ,

Hunt dates for taking rail,"gallinule
wood duck teal dove snipe crow,
and woodcock have been announced! ,. .. DAILY to e, 94NIBAY 8 to S. .4k Psi... geed._Him SM. .seL. ; a..
by the Game and Fresh Water Fish 1 I WlIIIII'IITtII/ SNT te LMIT tlIIMIiITIEL,
Commission.Rail t. t. Q'" Learn the I Important fermi, ra iIIi1 .
aiso: known as a marsh hen, t tlG ;
and gallinule will be legal to take .# r lWIJ
November "L1\) 1Ap'C ,
from September 1 through : '
9 throughout Florida. n .Gn : ; : : bt1'

Woodduck and teal will be legal to 0... .. .. \ \ Vt ...' .VOOrself I /Of o hur flcone.:' .r/ r w P:. 1" Itf .
take during the experimental early \ : ..; .. .y.- Pick up your copy ol the chart f fat r i!. '*," Charge .' .t c. : 'N..,,<.
from ;
..
duck season scheduled to run ., ,I ', '
o.S :, /
September 24 through 28. The bag rT': .T y\ any Eckerd DrtM Storex>';.?t'i 0 ."
limit during this special season will \, :- '! >,y\;\",' V "i ; 1""
than one of ,.- ,
be four ducks not more ;
which may be a. specie; other than ; .' ','i. r. I 1 ..' '.. ; '; i ,,'.' .
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wood duck or teal. '1' ,. ',:. .1.7"' .. .. '. .' .
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L-F- : y Orange HAIl crM. $119

NOODLES BREAKSTONE'S
L Sour Cream o 99
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PORK ORIENTAL, 0'0'i Ye ASSORTED' Yogurt FLAVORS. ss SI39

_ 4r. t CHICKEN 'OR BEEF PANTRY PRIDECream
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BNELESS, BAKED
DEL MONTEPUDDING -.
SIRLOIN HAM

TIP"STEAK HALF POUND
COPS :
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: ; V_ _- ::_ '1t $149
: :'99 : s YS Tk R7 $ tg9

CUPS 1 LB

sAVEj1.20 PER.LB .

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4, "'MW! lI .<.! C.if'........ .o '- '_ __ / ,t7C-'t'FRYJiJ.fJ'u.s.a: tA.'0 :; A;J : ,'M..o.-.uuAUSTRIAN'"!:\, r.I! :;..I'w:_'- ...JiI'...,..-''or"& f,.,.',."""" .,.. ,._
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." COMB. PI CG.OENERI Swiss Cheese . "sr
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;-AUORAT1N OR BREASTS.THIGHS,DRUMSTICKS KITCHEN FRESH

Scaltoped Potatoes ._ eg i PotatoSalad . LSI 7 go
>' '" ,, 0 3LB. (:
GENERIC 4" sOnus 'AVQ.PKQ.. 9 9 TAKE OUT DINNER-WITH 2 VEQ&
'gg BUY A ROLL TENDER GOLDEN FRIED "
Tea Bags '. / : LB $ 99
., Chicken Breast 1
"I. : -.' ."''J ;",. ? w SAVE 30' PEALS CHUNKS
eNERIc c '
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Black Pepper &g. HOT REDKTO-EAT <% ,
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: 1"t:: "",'. ". jk ., Corn Dogs . ., of 1

GENERIC CatLitterOENEROUOUlb .. .. o. '!6.4( FRESH BAKED *
Torpedo Rolls . 6/79
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,Dish Detergent ,a ,.. ,, i c. HOMESTYUSSPAGHETTI MADEwrTHCHEllD: .RCHEESE&oEGGS. :
*** >..'. .t ,....,"'t .o ', Cheese . ? 8ge
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707.e .FRESH BAKED FRUIT&CHEESES
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Tissue .
." qou'.;, ,:...;.., )t SAUCE Coffee Cake' . .* 'a' a $ 449 I
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,Cotton. Swabs "' e; !g f-><": gge', ; FRESH Chocolate MADE GERMANKing Cak a' .- $349
0 1.-, ,
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4-$199'
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Non-Aspirin CAPSULES o. .
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NaIl.Polish. WHOLESIRLOIN
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POWER PAKLykes -6UCED CHICKEN TP7W BONUS

... .'B'A.-Ks.gy' : Botogna'lo.o. '.,, ASSUNNYtAND : 8 "0, .' TIPS
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MILD HOT OR BEEI": ; TRlMM CAP OFFs
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PAN-RVPACl! 49: Smoked,Sausage' -AS X179'
Siae Bread ..-3/, i '' .
: .It. PANTRY PRIDE SLICED ; ;;! $169
COOKED SALAMI OR SPICED
PANTRY PNNDtt $' Luncheon Meat'AS .
Kngltah Muffins .; r.....N'<2'/8ft o JL i $AVE 00' PER LS
1
DUCHESS COCONUT.UEMON.OR 0 ,KAHN MEAT OR BEEF ...
2OQZ Skinless Franks : a s1

"'"CHOCOFJOTfc,o' E. $-12 9, ,OWALTNEY-S CHICKEN OR TURKEY' .., ,

Great+ Doge ,. .. PIRA,8:
PIE, MEAT
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0-
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0 EVERYDAY '' LOW MR TURKEYs
Ii I ESS SAVE.' 3O I' P C EY LOW KY, PRIG Ground: ,Turkey. ., -'-:w. La 7.9'

; T. a BREAKFAST STRIPS -
\, -)"' I '. 'N,, ', '' r Swift's Sizzlean: .. ,.0 Puq $139,
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r p FRESH MEATY PORK '
BAMAGRAPE.
1'I"t'" .IC. 0
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I : Spare. Ribs.o. .. $139,
LBSMOKED
COLA VIENNA
'\, wl' f' '.PEPSI ,' \ ,; ,
v 1 :y;<,1 *, ; ;PEP8I LL8" :I '
PSlUGHI' SAUSAGE
. S'Kf.5"'Sl* .!:4} iorI.Alft P EW.8tUI JE"'Y': : ..OK Pork Hocks . ,. :. ,LB"g .,
4, FROSTIE oie 1 '\ ., '1 .. ,... ,, 50%.CANS J.K.BRANd FAST ECONOMICA1. '.

iI4'1 :. Yrx ?A\l'W." j .- .\ !" ;:3202 : .''S Sandwich..Steaks+ I ,...,. : $189. I
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;:,:, I I' ., N.R.89C' : : .. I.I... ... .. ', $', 19:2/89/ ,Frk lChicken: ,.-.,.,'::"':: S,18.

'. KNEIP8 OVEN ROAST ,
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V I 8EPT23 THRU WED..QEPT.: 28, 1083. SEPT. 22 THRU WED.,SEPT. 28 1983.

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i Cricket Lighters . 99* ,
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DIET POWDER
1 Slim Fast '. ..... 580 CHILI

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REGULAR OREXTRABODYOONOITIOMER "
: ORFinesse ,
I Shampoo ._ $18g WITH BEANSy ,.+;

REGULAR OR HOT
tf
300 COUNT
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Q-TIps .
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:I REGULAR OR SUPER LOW : .S
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$ TWIN PACK-70 REGULAR I ,, ,
150z '

I 1 Cd. Toothpaste $188 CAN gsa"Xs


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GREEN GIANT i ,

GREENBEANS .
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FRENCH STYLE OR CUT FIRESIDE lip

160Z 'COOKIES 1

CHOCOLATE! CHIP, ..I.
2/89 ICED OATMEAL OR "
1 VI NYOAT ASSORTED OATMEAL GREEN GIANT:,
VNIIF low .
NIBLETSCORN "
Boz' 59 i ";- .i.iBO

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'"I.ERS'' ..., ".. VKX / .11 'f. '"'n .'..'

REGULAR OR WTTH MORE PULP SPAGHETTI Yellow. Rice . .; ., ._ 41,
MINUTE MAID REGULAR OR THIN .. rr
OrangeJuice . ...iBIRDSEYE 8 gc ., .PANTRYPFlDE "..: ti : "
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LB'" Tomato Soup .07_3' "7., ;;J'. r 7-
FROZEN '
BOX :1 ., :
Com-on-the-Cob $129 POWDER ; I.
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Carpet Scent . 9 9 'Irwr/
VEAL PARMESEAN CHICKEN TURKEY u .G,:,.. j J-
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SALISBURY OR MEAT LOAF CAN <'"1"1
Morton Dinners SL.agc_ jj Ti. E-Z On.Spray Sta'rch'arCM': 96 -:'.
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Fried Chicken . .;=N'$, 1 99 JUMBO MILLER Lysol! Cleaner. .. I 09e. '. .,>

PANTRY PRIDE CAUFORNIAHONEYDEWS : BEER SANDWICH : '" ,, .' r/.' ;j;;'f'/t....

Shoestring Potatoes .69 : IbOV leoMus' 'ZipfocBags, . .. 9 f. '," .

.'.EAOW' 'f,! ,,' i1N4.: 1WhippedTopplng
PANTRY PRIDE PACK $ 19 PACKER LABEL "

..-., 99e: 12.n.2ucket Cherries: .., "
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Green Beans . f'A02EN'ItOoa age. : Lyspl'. Spray . -CAN",.;.. *'''".f 99,'Ii'I'''}), \ '.'
'' ,. ....: -, .:, t 1.:..;. .16.\Ij "'-* '
'' R', U 'E'RVI', ..1....;.,.'ANT. >. "'!' ''II]: .,.
,Nescafe. Coffee :: ss $429' .I, I,
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LAMBRUSCO,BIANCO CiR ROSATO. J DETERGENT' ." '11
:
raNro IMlllGOLDEN low.r 'i Cella Wines. ., 'U1'R Ie' .$489.' Dawn Liquid'...,', .V.A.A. "., 'rr;,,?,. .?" ,,$139'.
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GRAIN HEARTY BURGUNDY.CHABUS BLAN&,REd (' CLEANERMACARONI I: \
ROSE.PINK CHABUS OR RHINE .,$ 99 S picN..Span.. ... ,. -,". ,\$289;: ;
Gallo Wines .. '.. .,.'.1I'fe"DESIGNER/ : ASSORTED' ,...".' x i ,..a
& CHEDDAR (I' \L
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APPLE CRANBERRY' ,CRANAPPLB!" OR s ,' ;.... . Brawny Towels '. .. ,.' .e"67e, ;'
CRANGRAPE .' ...,".. ,' ,,-
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3lCRISP Ocea.,. mow" gg- TEXI2E- Idol EXTRA FREE. "
7.250Z r :, 9.1
$1 ::
PKG. c Spra'Yv N''Wash".. 7E, 'aaor /9p ,
8.750 ORANGE LEMON.APPLE FRUIT dw
PUNCH OR GRAPE 'REGULAR CHEESE,HAM OR BACON: 'I

Capri Sun io, .. . J;? $249 Quaker$Instant.Grits. ; 69 ?', "
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LEMONADE.TEA TROPICAL PUNCH .
: ,PINE POWER. ? '- (
Crystal Light# ASS: "Texize Cleaner ., > ,,, ecitPRODJC6 :$179 ;

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Carrots
Fancy ,
.CtUDBAQ! PR VRICkt 'I1 rr
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MAXWELL :
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FANCY NORTHWESTERN TETLJEY ;, "A'Ln. '

Bartlett Pears .' : : .' L S'ft, HOJJSECOFFEE. 'OY I.,:"; "Tilt1: ; .!(l ': UM I I ; ",

SNO"WHITE "c .. .)'. $'1' 79. REO.,EP.ORA.O.C. DETERGi,......' : ;' ARCRWAYJIII i d SALTINES ."L. '-;. .
Mushrooms . TRAY 2 LB CAN ;O.I ." .BAGS II ASSoR1 ED I 160z I. '
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FRESH 20" \ ,
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Jr.r RULES OF THE GAME' ) 9nts ,,'. ..
scored FOOTBALL
) In lh Bradford HIO"chool, CONTEST
lb except,TLEGRAPH.mploy...ond..1f' I"medla'.faml!!tw or.. ( n week)as a tiebreaker Please fill 7 ;
enter but there II II limit of one entry per person each w..k; wl""j' )IN Tornadoes and *.lf'opponent com'
) entry must be on on official blank from the TElEGRAPH ond must be if 'the KOT. In the T Tornado game Name The Most Winning Teams
off 0' the TELEGRAPH office before pm: each Friday afternoon Fill In More wo 26 point '
blanks the with will elth.r Ihe name,of the team you think will' win or "II." If \, ) A second tiebreaker will b* uted If Each Week Be A winner/J'
gom. end In 0 t1. The person who picks' "*'*. most oamw right .

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J $ .,tc9ur LIYlnlOuIlaw ..' 9B4-547I: 155 Brownlee 964-6060 Starke
81 T ,
S. Walnut 461-2684
964-7830 r { 1tGvI..... 984-7454
..u Taniny cU.slatl. ..431'
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DAN-i -KING-- I I ,PHONl! 4-11'" "IB Mnthtltorki IIHIIyCety .762-3397.....90 (t.l\'m, Auburn' et Tenneuee

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Home Center .. ": I Century 21

Best' Prices, In Bradford County CLARK'S, HALLMARK SHOP Neighborhood Properties, Inc. REALTOR

Liberty Skyline Commodore Catalina 964.5231 >4* a&k.
CARDS & GIFTS
Single and Double Wider :
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.24 Hour Service Service Caps
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131 N. Cherry Street Starke Florida e. RESIDENTIAL 964-8744 COMMERCIAL
...To Save
964-423 ."gloooI..MI....'....... ; 355 N. Temple Mobile Home Poles Starke
You More!
Notre Dame et Miami'



CORBETT, S Alligator Creek Ranch Inc. P: U'I.; ,"! _


JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, ;.
TIRES &
SERVICE
Hwy 301 South r Starke
v1 Lake '
402 N. Tempts{ Starke Butler Starke Keystone Hgts. '
964-6436 964-6973 S.W.6thAve. US 301 South Jet SR 21 & 100
496-3079 964-6078 473-4973 ...
.lnel.wood''Mlddl.bure Waslilngten et Seattle i v + Y t Bishopninny,et Porter


The Meat Norman's Farm Produce
l o : Store Steve"Hayes' Construction Co.

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Seafood Market
Building Contractor A Complete Building Service &
105 Edwards Road
Starke
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 617 N Temple
,,Starke FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL INANCING .

OPEN 1:30MM.: .-** '964-8290 Licensed & Insured Steve Hayes Owner
NS4"'FsW.lc.ea4' 353 N. Temple: 9646211. Starke .. .f

SUrke ,flletheet, N.Merloft .alter County ot Hnfl".. .......et...Augustine 964. 6071 ..r/, if<


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HOW. Call Street Starke 210 S. Temple Starke 964-6111
TERWILLEGAR/ MOTORS
964, 7f 4 24 Hour Wrecker Service

206 W. Madison 964-7200; Starke Florida .'D '

See The Professionals:
Hamilton
Ce.et Bradford

Clyde Byron Warney Tom Bill



DON'T Money to loan O ,,,
for Home 'Improvements -


Florida Bank at Starke 'S flI1TCT CHEV-OLDSn,

105 W. Jefferson St. Starke .

964 7050 US 301 North- "''''., Bortdi
184-7500 iixf G.ln..11Ie J720103.Starko ,
I II I Jackson Building Supply. .., _.I Steve J Hayss'Construction. ,, '

-: so'rt',""a, 't' Uoleii Cewrty et Newbervy '; Hewtneme et CMellond.TarwIHogar .
s .'r t",,f. TerwIOegar MotorsStumps Motor Parts, ,h'4i '

Ir;, Dept. SIIn.. ;.' Realty T f drs j '
',< ) DENMA' FURNITURE
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Custom Uniforms :: Wider S.'ec"on' *,. ;.x'Gators II' 'J. if". 1<
Hursrs Shell Service
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: 'I SPORTS : 'tl' :': :! mJ'fm!'''{' ?: : :. :% '
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,: CortMtts Tires '; !IIlfI/-9 : ;1 ,c'm. n' Farm produce "_,: .
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964-4439 NAME "-
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I Brooker City Council Approve fentative $79,502'Biugei I I IA



179,503 budget for fiscal 1983-84 roll-back rate of I.468 mills, the levy Funds into the general fund scheduled v''' For Utility Services ting out In the weather where to them. She was told by the council toy\',

'Was tentatively approved Tuesday which will bring in the same dollars for Brooker this year. Clerk Linda Bids for contracts to provide house it was brought up again in the get a price from the county for the''
night &>pt.13, by the Brooker city as the 82-83 millage Final budget approval Robinson said this figure was the best Brooker with meter reading services council meeting. The council signs for the council tq decide..
council. Is scheduled to be completed estimate that she could come up with garbage collection, dump keeper andwater agreed to approach the railroad about
The new spending plan totals September 27 at 7:30: p.m.A since the actual figure) has not been plant class C operator were leasing a vacant building. Part of the Estimates to be SoughtOn
$23,448 for the water system and highlight of the evening was the given to her yet. v!i opened and decided upon. proposed agreement would be for the Shady Oaks PavingWith
$'!'M.054 for the general revenue fund. approval by the council of putting all Winning out on the meter reading city to mow a portion of the railroad'srightofway the rainy weather, MayorBlake
Property tax millage was set at the the$1,464 In Federal Revenue Sharing City Lets Contracts .\ contract was David Prescott, who Inside town in exchangefor Hamilton asked the council\
of the building.
.J! submitted a Md of $80 per month. use about the possiblity of paving \the
_____ _________ While Bobby Jones entered a bid of Clerk Linda Robinson was re- streets in the Shady Oaks Sub-
1' quested to send a letter to the railroadto
Notice I I. hereby given register old fictitious the same amount Prescott was division.It .
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town's
1 Notices that RICHARD name under the. chosen for his experience with the present the proposal. was agreed for the council to get
Legal .
BLOODGOOD and NANCY aforesaid stotute.Dated "
.. system."David. Work'Seheduie' some rough estimates from various
this 30th day at City
BLOODGOOD Intendto : has worked quite some time contractors in the to
area
COURT. Bradford County, A.D. 1983. ,In ,..:,, Falls Behind Schedule paving
I IN THE CIRCUIT for carry on the businessof August 4 : with the waterworks and Is the most begin thinking about having the
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Florida, on April 6, 1982. owning, operating Bradford County'* ;.r;" s familiar with it," said CouncilmanGene "We're behind in the work Streets paved sometime in the future.,
CIRCUIT" IN AND FOR by DAVID R. IOn, and and'managing mini- Florida. I said
required toerve 9/0Utpd 9/22 .' Melvin In endorsing Prescott. city-wide, councilman Claude "We can get some estimates on it,
BRADFORD FLORIDA.COUNTY you. ore of storage warehouses In Forest Drawdy put In the lowest bid Prescott all he asked for an increasein and we may be able to do something
a yourwrltt.n
CASE NO. 63.:328 dot copy_..*, If any, under the State the name ol of Florida MINI. NOTICEOF for the garbage collection contract at the hours allocated to Forest when we get our budget straight,
to It on the Petitioner1 STORAGE OF AMERICA APPLICATIONFOR $390 per month. He was chosen over Drawdy to work around the town. said Council Chairman C. J,
IN RE: The Marring Of Attorney whose name and Intend to register TAX DEED Randal Gaskins of the Bradford Gar The council approved for him to workan Stalnaker.
JAMES JACKSON and address I Ie: PHILIP said fictitious name In bage Service who offered to do the job additional five hours a week,.bringing "What authority does the city have'
CASKINS BARTON, 200 Northeast accordance with Florida NOTICE IS HERESY4 ., for $400 per month."I him to a total of 15 hours. to change the land use plan without a
GIVEN, that ERNEST L. or .
Husband First Street, Galnewllle, Statute B6S.09. IRENE HUNTER that '. .JI. t} would recommend we stay with public hearing asked George Pierceat
and Florida 32601 and file Dated this lit day of holder of the following ,I Forest Drawdy," said Councilman Shotgun ReplacedTown the end of the meeting.
BETTY J. GASKINS the original with the August, 1983. cortlllcat hot Iliad told. '! Joe Tolleson. done a good job. Marshal Tommy' Raulerson Pierce was referring to the move-
Wife. Clerk of the above styled Richard Bloodgood certificate for a ton- y I'd say he was the best qualified for reported to the council he had received ment by C.J. Stalnaker of a mobile
Court on or before October Nancy Bloodgood deed to bo Issued the job." the replacement shotgun paid for home onto a lot which was previously
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 21. 1983: other. '//224tpd10/l4 .thoraon. The certificate .' '' The dump keeper will continue to be by the city. zoned single-family dwelling and not
wi.. a Judgement may NOTICE numbers and year of Issuance Harlan Hodge, who submitted a bid of The marshal's original weapon had mobile home following the destruction :-,
: BETTY J. GASKINS. b. entered again you month for the position. Even some of the Stalnaker residence
INTENTIONTO his
demanded OF the description $220 per been stolen from patrol car by.
P.O. Bow S6I, Highway Rood.Starke. for In the the Petition.relief REGISTER ol the property, and the though he was under bid$5 per monthby time back and was recently replaced. fire. The city's land use map Indicated ,
229 ,Morgan Florida 32091. WITNESS hand andthe ,fiCTITIOUS NAME name In- which It.wo n "'J',. Arthur Ferreria the council decided the parcel was not coned for'
YOU ARE HEREBY .eal of my this Court on assessed ore a*follow: to stay with the man who had given City Limits SignsTo mobile homes. >;
NOTIFIED that an action the 6th day of Pursuant to Section Certificate) No. 34, .r.,_ them good service in the past. Be Replaced Stalnaker said the county zoning
for dissolution of marriage September 1983.N '86509 Florida Statue, Year of Issuance 1981. <. "I know Harlan has done a good also asked thecouncil department said it was alright for
hat b..n, filed GILBERT S. BROWN, notice I I. hereby given Description of Proper.' / job. The sanitarian from Starke has Marshal Raulerson him to do this when he bought his per
that the undersigned, E 49 Ft. of the N 120 to have the city limits signs
and orsr.quired CLERK ty: ''W', always been ,pleased, said Gene mits. "I just overlooked it when 1
again you you William S. Colllnsworth, Sin Oft S/D of. + which are missing from east
BY Beulah Ft.'of Lot q Melvin. replaced went and got the permits for it,:' he ,
to servo a copy
written do.nses. ; Mood Route 4, Bon 184, Starke, Lawtey, Sac 24, Twp 3 S, The water system cldss-C\ operatorwill and west SR-18. said. ;
of "
your .Iit. had had
If any to It on T.r.nc.M. 9/08 4tchg 9/29 Florida 32091 soleowner R22E. ... 1'' stay Fred Magyar, who submit- The marshal Indicated he "If in fact your trailer is a violation
businessunder which *- :
about
doing Name In 0. to to court some people con
Brown Tomllnton A NOTICEOF of B .. ted a bid which came to approximately go of the land use plan, you should come
the firm name ed: Mottle Emanual.All testing speeding tickets he had written -
Brown P.A., P.O. INTENTIONTO B NEW VEHICLE LEASING of laid property $%75 per month, depending upon the because had felt It unfair in formally to the council for an exempt'
Draw. 4O, Stark. REGISTER COMPANY Route 4, being In the County of total amount of work required by the not,having a they chance to slow before .tion,"said City Attorney Roger Bllnn.;
Florida 32091 on or FICTITIOUS NAME Present for the meeting were Councilmen -i'
Box 184, Stark, Fl Bradford State of system
into town. He said that luckilyfor
before October 7, 1983 getting '
Joe Tolleson, Gene Melvin ;
III. th. original with 32091 Intend to Florida. him, they had been going over the
and andEdna
Pursuant to Section register sold fictitious Unless such certificateor C.J. Stalnaker, Claude Prescott, ;
the Clerk of this Court, B65.09. Florida Statue, name under the certificates shall bo ,*"'*: ", .- Storage Sought 55 mph speed limit,so it didn't matter, Harrell. Mayor Blake)!!
either before service on notice I I. h.r.by given aforesaid statuteDated redeemed to low the ?,, For Fire Truck whether they saw the warning signsor Hamilton, City| Attorney Roger BlinnJ
the above-named attorney that the und.nlgned.Leonad this;, 25th day ofAugust property described In '>Jj not. Marshal Tommy Raulerson.' and '
Immediately With the borrowed firetruck: from to Robinson the
or Ray'Johnion, A.D. 1983 In such certificate or eer-, 4 ,< \,, According county Volunteer Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker',
thereafter otherwise a the defunct Bradford County'' for them and also
) 1261 John Drive, Bradford County tlflcata* will be cold to will\ make the signs also there.
default will be entered Starke. Florida 32091, Florida. the highest bidder at the ( Volunteer Fire Department still sit- make streets signs if the city, wants were
again you for the relief sole owner doing 9/014tpd 9/22 courthouse door on the
demanded In
tlon. name of CHUBS SPORTS NOTICEOF 19S3.DataJ. ., Farm Bureau Not Affected Sale
WITNESS my hand and CENTER 113 E. Call INTENTIONTO this 23 day ofAugust Operations by
.. ) of this REGISTER
the official a Street Stark. Fl 32091, 1983.GILBERTS..
Court on this 7th day of Intend to register said FICTITIOUS NAME : BROWN Operation of the Farm Bureau In- The local Farm Bureau office has reduced its work force statewide

September GILBERT, 1983. BROWN fictitious name under. the Pursuant to Section CLERK CIRCUIT COURT surance In Starke won't be affectedby operated under Southern Farm from 900 in January to 620. i ,
Ai Clerk of Court aforesaid statute.Dated B6S.O9 Florida Statues, Bradford' County FloridaBy the sale of the Florida Farm Bureau until Florida Farm Bureauwas Another 50 employees of FFB's life:
of
12th
By: Martha I. Struth this A.D. 1983 day In notice I I. hereby given :Beulah M. Moody ." '''**' Bureau Insurance business In formed 10 or 15 years ago says insurance compancy .will be ., terminated -.
September "' '
A* Deputy Clerk Bradford County that the undersigned 9/01 4tcna9/22 Gainesville, according to George Huggins. Moving back under the when the insurance unit Is
T.r.nc. M. Brown Florida. Philip W. Clark Lois J. NOTICEOF Huggins, a member of the board of auspices of Southern Farm Bureau, sold to Southern Farm Bureau of
Attorney for 9/1S4tpd 10/06 Clark Stark., Florida INTENTIONTO directors and publicity officer of the local Farm Bureau "...is Just as Jackson, Miss,
PetltlonerHuibandPO 32091, join owner, do- REGISTER Bradford County Farm Bureau. strong as its ever been,.maybe more
Drawer40 NOTICEOF Ing business under the FICTITIOUS NAME The local Farm Bureau office will so." Butler said FFB's property and
Stark., Fl 32091 INTENTIONTO firm name of CLARK'S switch from Florida Farm Bureau in Florida Farm Bureau (FFB) in casualty Insurance units have had
((904)) 964.8272 REGISTER HALLMARK SHOP, 107-G Pursuant to Section Gainesville to South Farm Bureau of Gainesville is undergoing a cost- "adverse experiences" as a result of
9/08 4tchg 9/29 FICTITIOUS NAME West Edwards Mood 865.09, Florida Statutes, Jackson, Mississippi, says Huggins, cutting reorganization. It was an- economic conditions affecting the far'
Starke, Fl 32091 Intend notice I I. hereby given the retired county agent who was instrumental nounced recently that another 85 ming industry. Fewer policies are be-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Pursuant to Section to register sold fictitious that the corporation in obtaining a Farm employees are being laid off. Combined ing sold, resulting in the need for
FLORIDA 865.09,. Florida Statue, name under the known a* CHRISTIAN"ASSEMBLY Bureau office in Starke. with layoffs earlier this year, FFB fewer employees.Ifou :
EIGHTH JUDICIAL notice I I. hereby given aforesaid statute.. OF AMERICA ...
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR that the undersigned, Dated this 27th day of INC., a nonprofit Florida '
BRADFORD COUNTY John E.loft Route 1,Box August. A.D. 1983 In corporation, also Intend -. .
CASE NO. 82.259DIVtSIOr4l"O" 674, Florida
Starke. Bradford tha
County to operate under "'"'' .
.. ,, 32091... owner, doing Florida. > .. 0- ionic PRAISlCHRISTIAfiI ,vl 4' _1i'!!_r.' ",4' "'. ...r."",* .'. .' -'. ,. n r.-S"r- -- free
business' under the firm 9/01 4tpd 9/22 ASSEMBLY or f.O. Bon 'f *: ."'t .P,, w., -10 4 a .J M
IN THE MATTER OF name of JOHN E. LOTT NOTICEOF 126, IW list Street ," : r
THE ADOPTION OF: ROOFING CONSTRUCTION North, Graham I Fl .,f
CHRISTOPHER ANDREW Rout. 1, Box 674, INTENTION 32042. Bradford' County. '
.
BOTt and RHIANNON Starke, Florida. Intend TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS NAME Florida and that said) .. i...'" 't.
MARIE BOTT. Minor to register said fictitious non-profit corporation ." .
name under the Intend to register sold] ,\.,. I
Pursuant to Section .
NOTICEOF aforesaid statute under the ,,' '
fictitious _"
name i .
865.09, Florida Statute, '
ADOPTION Dated this 15th day of provision of \ the tJI'"*. Before .
I I. Ii
notice
hereby given
PROCEEDINGSTO September A.D. 1983 In aforesaid Statute ;
that the undersigned _. ,I."
Bradford County Donna and Harry Gruen, DATED,at Gainesville. I' ",,. ,
: STEPHEN L. Florida. Florida this Itt day of ,iii,"" '
Starke, Florida, |faint :.MIl. "
9/22 4tpd 10/14 1983.CHRISTIAN '0 .
RALLIS September. .
owner, doing businessunder '''.'1( ,
YOU ARE HEREBY ol ASSEMBLYOF "' ..,.,." e'
NOTICE the firm name ;. bargain.
NOTIFIED that a Petition AMERICA INC. \ ,\: ,
OF' INTENTIONTO EXODUS INTERIORS, 4S9 .
Coln ,
of !J. Richard
for minor Adoption children ha been your REGISTER W. Call Street Starke, 8y President 'J
Florida 32091 Intend to
NAME
FICTITIOUS
filed In the Circuit Court Attest: Jean Kendrick
Secretory buckle '
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music as Hollywood does for the movies. It is the country music per ff" i,
formers Mecca a place where magic happens and dreams come true. -prlmn ,4 SI
The journey to Nashville .is not easy for country music )performers any .:::,.
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more than the journey to Hollywood i* easy for an actor. Starke's Ray and .
Myrtice Silcox are in the waiting stage on their trip to the Capital of Country. "
They have four songs pending at a recording home In Nashville now and.
more will be on their way soon. .

Singing to write songs quite often. He wrote 18 gospel songs to be used by .. .... ..,. .. /
the Silcoxes "for the glory of the Lord" says Ray but he's not able to r
write anymore. He has emphysema he can no longer write lyrics as he used : ... .
"Before the emphysema got too bad God gave me the gospel songs to I.' j w: t ..."'.........
write and give to the Singing Sileoxea." says Ray. /q : .. ,,',..;.v.. 'r: The Singing Silcoxes are a gospel singing group from Mlddleburg whose .
'mala members are relatives of Ray and Myrtice.. They. travel all over the Np E
'area -
singing in churches.:
"The Lord rave me the words to put down on paper otherwise I couldn't '
have done It,' be says.
When Ray could no longer write songs, be encouraged Myrtice to begin *
writing and continually lends her support to keep on writing.Myrtice has been 13' J".eIr +
writing songs now for about two years. .' .. / *
She goes Into the bedroom which ,- "'
serves ass soundstage,and sings the song
into a tape recorder as she composes it in her mind. She later transpose the 'h'.l'/. '
lyrics from the tape and her daughter-in-law type up the lyrics. Copies are .}:' : )
made and kept of each step In the process to help legally document each song. \
Ray warn aU budding songwriters to keep documentation on their songs so .
if there's ever any question the writer can prove his right to the song.
Mitch Sands, a friend of the Silcoxes: sings and plays guitar for most of
Myrtice's composition He uses) the same sounc stage that Myrtice uses to
compose the lyrics the bedroom. "The people in Nashville want tapes with
Just OIlCIlnlltrumflllt in the background not too loud,They have to be able to
hear every'word," says Myrtice. : -
"You don't need real expensive equipment to make tapes to send off," she
adds. '
Mitch only has time to work with the Silcoxes about once a month. They
have more.songs written than he has time to',sing. If there are any
singer/musicians out there interested In country music and having Nashville
-exposed to your talents the Silcoxes would like to bear from you. (....191)
Both Ray and Myrtice have been Interested country music all their lives. Yi
Myrtice learned to ting at home, "I grew up singing and playing." she says.
Ray has loved country music all his life "
The whole family is involved In Myrtice's country music carreer. Ray lends
,.support and encouragment their daughter-in-law Sue types the lyrics up

one of their daughters plays the guitar sometimes; and ''the whole family ... ..,
helps out they don't get in an of it, but they don't mea us up. like they're real I: -..,., 21publisher-- a1iin'lIl11n Il ,2 ,'\ ,- A .,' ....)i

quiet when we're trying to record" says.. Myrtice. "They encourage us to keep
on going" The Composer at ,Work...
Ray says that they have about 32 really good country songs and 8-10 good
gospel ao p..'lbey have written many more. "To me, all of them are good, Myrtlee' Slices slogs her''country music composition into a tape to choose from.
really The people who nave heard them say they are good," says Ray. recorder sad then transposes the lyrics. She create the song In her minds They write songs about their own experiences or those of people around
The creative process .is unique to each Individual. "Songs come to me for she goes and only writes down tile lyric afterward.She them, and although they are well aware that the road to the Capital of
and her husband Ray have been Interested In country music all of Country Music Is not an easy one,they are optomlstlc about their success.
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ByMnrkFrledlln Into the countryside. Nairobi Is so crowded, Africans
BCT STaff Writer everywhere from government workers and other city
"The really knew we were in Africa was dwellers who dress Just like anyone In a big city to the folks
when our planeellanded in Nairobi and we saw a big ostrich from outside the city dressed In everything you. could. imagine. -
walking across the runway" Keystone Heights High .," ; '
School student David Stancil. The boys went with a group of some 15 other missionaries
Five present and former students from Keystone Heights' then split up into smaller groups, as they headed.
High School and members of Community Church "in-country". ;
traveled to the dark continent of Africa this summer for 55 Their first destination outside Nairobi was a small town a .
days of travel, broad new cultural experiences. ,and lots of few hours travel from the capitol called"KlsU" where they
.. stayed with a missionary named Donald Walcott, who in
The boys Brad Harvey.John and David Stancil. Tim. turn was in charge of setting up projects for the boy' to get '
Woods and Kevin Booth,went to Africa sponsored by their involved with. They ended up as roofers during most of
,church as part of a far-reaching project in Kenya by a New their stay at the mission buying local materials with funds'

York-based organization called African Inland Missions raised by their church four Heights and completingnew _. .... "...'".....
,which has been active in the area for some 30 years. rainproof roofs on churches ated In some _.' 'i"I
Brad Harvey bad gone by himself as a Junior in high of the poorest of the villages around Klsli ''::.. :; 'r, '? J.
school the summer before and when be came back his "It was hard work," David said. "Some people back I i' 'IllsI"
:friends in the Community Church Youth Group were determined home pictured our trip as one big adventure and it was exciting t'
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to try the same type of project.' but I can tell you we put in some long hours. lost 15 ) '
Luckily two Metros resident. Chuck and Bar'bar'aKhuer pounds last summer and it wasn't from swimming when I
; have been active at the organization's mission in got back home. It made us feel great to know that we had '
the Keynan village of Aguda for over 27 years, practically built something that la going to last and really help the people ;
since the mission'8 beginning, and they helped Brad on his we met in those villages.The people appreciated it too ::1'T':
first trip and set up. work projects be could become Involved. you could: tell by bow they treated us and Just the looks on
in. : their faces after a long day working In the sun.". _
There is certainly no shortage of wort.to be done In The boys camped out In tents everywhere they went IIII I

Kenya. Long friendly to the United State, it Is one of the. country eating the localfood and observing the local a- '.1. L_ 11- ,I____ -. 111 .1..n__,.,
poorer nations a continent of abject poverty. According customs In each village they stayed at. One highlight of the
to David stanch, at IS the youngest of the group on the trip, trip came when they spent several days in a Kenyan National -
the difference between the capitol Nairobi aDd much of the Game Preserve, getting a chance to see first handsome
reat of the country U extreme.* of the fabled African wildlife on the plain
"We flew from New York to Amsterdam from there '"We saw huge herds! of antelope buffaloes, girafe
right to Nairobi,- David said "Nairobi Is Just like any wildebeast and other animals out on the plains just like In
other big city big buildings, loot of traffic and noise, but the old travel films of Africa they show on television s1 Helping Hands...
when you head out into the countryside it really hits you sometimes''John said."There were thousands of them out air. 'R I F These Keystone Height youths
fast that you are in a different country.'tthe there: We came at a migration time for the zebras and they ,', vv f visited a mission In Africa this sum
I The boys were issiotts their inn before were interesting to watch.- ;,. x ; mer to help with construction projectslike
African Inland Center New York Insects, as Floridians can imagine, are a constant pr:- the roof under construction
making the trip overseas. Center workers who had made' blem for the native Africans and the Walcott and their'' <( the trip told them about the local customs some of which' family and "' 1- ve1IJ'OU who were battling fire ants The students are Brad
are quite different from those In the U.S. ,, 1. when the boys ours\ ,' r+ Harveytholdlng( map) David
i"They tried to tell us everything we needed to know but "They march in columns'made of what looks like solid StanclKieated( at right) and top from
'there' really no way you can completely prepare someone ants about two feet wide" John aid. using left to right)< John Stanch, Kevin
for a trip like that," commented David's brother John. gasoline and everything else to try'to stop but they Booth and Tim Wood
"They told u* what to expect. and bow to deal with the people '\ seem almost indestructaMe when they're\ on the move.You
but"you,' have'to i get over there. and meet -them., Just have to get out of their way and wait til they pass."
yourselves."we .*' .. J ., _. ,The lion in the name preserve are wild but some are us>
saw that ostrich on the runway and it started to hit,
us that we were In a new country' John added.-"Then we See;.., Africa
stayed In Nairobi for three or four days before beading out ... ,Me! Page t .
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cited for driving on the wrong tU of
the road in*nacdd nt Sept/10 near
; 154 Gators Rustled' Brenda L. Jackson, 22, driving a intersection of,CR-230 and SR-u.
1902 Honda,' was attempting to makea ". according to Trooper Rick KeJJy.I
'" From Gator Farm right turn at Pinehurst Grocery David F. Kramer and passenger
During the weekend of September when her vehicle was struck in the Katie.Lundy bout'of Augustine:
',"., 17 thieves entered the property of Don rear by a 1982 Chevrolet truck,according ,,,(twerr taken to,Humana Hospital in
,-, Morgan near Keystone Heights'- to Captain W. S. Rhoden. Orange Park were they were treated
',, Bradford county and stole 134;. Jackson was transported to Brad- and released for minor,'Injuries. suffered
alligators. ford Hospital by Rescue 60 and then in the accident.
The gators ranging from three to b taken by' Rescue to Gainesville, ac- -. ,Kramer driving the.!Datsun wu'westbound
: four feet in length and weighing from '- cording to Paramedics Cliff Chapman on SR-18... the inter see.
', 15 to 20 pounds each were taken from and Dan Cuddington. ; ,tion of- CR-Z30. :A Toyota 'pickup
one the ''few alligator farms in Damage to the truck, driven by ; driven by Joseph Patrick Barry II of
Florida. The.theft is said tq .be the Ferrell Lovette Smith 19, of Starkewas '* ::4 Ocala was eastbound an SRrie. The
first of its kind in Florida. $300. Damage to the Honda was Datsun crossed tho.csnterllne in the
The gators were hatchlings and will $2,000 in the 5:30 p.m. accident. ;;curve and struck,the left front of the
not be ready to harvest for hides and :apprwching pickup. The pickup spun
meat until next year. The animals around and came to real on SR-18.
cannot be sold to any! legal alligator '9 3, ;+ The Datsun came to rest in the grass
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farms or tourist attractions' without Three InjuredIn near the feeder road: : > -
being discovered officers of either AccidentA Total damages were estimated to
the game commission or the U..S. Fish Keystone be$11,000 to the vehicles?: ,'
and Wildlife Service,with whom their cat 'cr slng the roadway ap- ., .
tags are registered, said Morgan,Adding parently caused an accident on SR-21 "
that alligators raised on farms' Saturday sending three youths to the 'ir
appear noticeably" different' from wild hos ltsl. with driving- while_his. license'-"twa. ;was In evidence In his car, !laeyl\ DR. BOB', GRA'Yllf; : r, ':
gators. suspended, according to Patrolman
un Richard Michael Miranowicz 16 vehicle was searched and 79 cassette Rear ..
,.,.. According to Morgan whoever took; driving an 1883 Ford, was southboundon Tillotson. tapes were found still in plastic with 1H \ .' II '
the gators would have had' to have .SR-21 two miles north of Keystone Hawkins was storeleased US-301 in the price stickers on them j Halsey admitted ;?;'p $tor.. Trinity Baptist church. Jax,. Fa= ;I ;t ,
known a bout.''gators and Also the Heights when'according to the drivera liawtey. He after. he;' \ to taking the tapes from the. .. r
schedule at the farm.. Value 'of the cat crossed the road in front of him.: posted a $200 cash bond. Starke store with the help of Padgett.( : ,
,, gators Is estimated to be 146,000, said Miranowiaz swerved his vehicle to Following investigation by local : v'
ji, Morganwho Us offering a $1,000 Void a collison and lost control. The Richard Charles Brown ot Starkwar authorities the ''charges were filed ); 't"" .
reward for information leading, to an vehicle left the shoulder ''and rolled arrested.Sept. 19 and charged September 18.: .\ :
arrest, over 214 times and came to rest on its. :with driving while intoxicated and tag y 'Thursday: ,
.(, Anyone'having any Informationthat right side,according to Trooper B.A. on wrong vehicle, according' .to
may relate to the theft of the Williams. Trooper W. D. Langston. School Bus )p AccidentAnother 'Sept;' 22n'c3rfEcVlC.,-
gators should contact the Sheriffs office Miranowicz and passengers Jim Brown'' was'stopped three mile ', '
._ in Starke. The source of the Information Newman, 15, and Mike Newman, 14, south of Starke on US-301. His alcohol:: Catches! :File M Service .' .
will be kept confidential If re- all of Keystone Heights were taken by blood level was .20 percent,according Last week one .Bradford .County, Begins
t quested., Rescue 75 to Alachua General to the arrest record. School bus was involved in a minor I 7:3O p.m.Spocloti.' 'Ii''
g Hospital. Brown was released after he. posteda accident and'th Youth Receives InjuriesIn Another passenger Keith Margaln, $350 cash bond.Bradford dashboard of another bus caught fire. .
14, did not require transporting, according A 1972 Ford school bus, driven by Ji7 .d
Midnight Accident to EMT Emory Beck. Edna Thompson Trainer, was stop '''' ,
:: A Starke youth escaped with only Miranowicz was charged with Charges Filed ped .on N. .E. 13th St. unloadingchildren t, :: 't'.c
s minor injuries when the cycle he was careless driving and failure to carry. For Theft On Two Youth Sept. IS. A 1980 Toyota, ; 'I' ''
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: riding was bit by a motorhome and exhibit driver's license. driven by Patricia Wli The was ,
-, September 18.Simon'Lenard. Damage to the Ford was $5,000. Sworn complaints have been flied stopped behind the bus driver of'' : ":
Mitchell on a 1978 with the Clerk of the Court in Bradford the bus saw a snake crossing the road MMimNursery ?-: ,
: Suzuki was waiting on SR-16 for an County charging two youth with and tried to back over the snake with '.'f "
.' approaching vehicle before he make a Traffic ,Violations grand theft,according Investigator the rear wheels, not seeing the vehicle i ,l <::1.;
David Aderholt. stopped behind the bus, to' : ,'
left turn onto Old Lawtey Road at according. I" "
12:01 a.m. when a he was struck by a Martin" Andrews., 22, of Lancaster Keith DeWayne Halsey, 19, of Trooper W. D.Langston. '" '
1977 Lark, according to, Patrolman Pa. was arrested Sept. 13 and chargdwith ;; Graham and Michael' Matthew The bus struck the Toyota .in' the : '' .
i.. Paul Rhoden. driving while his 'license was Padgett, 18, of Starke were named in front. Provided 7Y: :
,; Mitchell was transported to Brad- suspended, according to Patrolman the cornpIaints.The first complaint Damage to the Toyota was $500. .I :,:
.;. / l ford Hospital by the Rescue Unit, according William Tolllston. alledges on Sept. 10 the two defen- There was no damage ,?the bus. !
: to Paramedics Bill O'Neal Andrews was released after he dants conspired and did in fact 4approximately. .
3 { and Dan Cuddington. posted a $200.cash bond. 79 cassette tapes from Sept. to a I960' Ford schoof"lxlS, ,I
Damage 'to the Lark, driven by the TG&Y Store in Starke .while l driven by Lillian S. 'Podejko,,.was ,One -Night Special..Seryi e i
0:: i Charles Lee Aley,Jr.of Orange Park, Sandra Dee Barnes, 22, of Bradford Padgett was an employee there. eastbound on SW 6th;St. Vest' 01 : r'
; i was$1,000. Damage to the Suzuki was County was .arrested Sept. 14 and The second complaint alledges bet-'." Starke' at 7 a.m. when fire started ,1
g $500. .. ,charged with driving while his license{ ween August 21 and Sept. 3 the same\'''i, coming from under the dash of the Pine :Level Baptist Church
was supended, according.: to two defendants conspired and did in bus, according to Trooper R..C. ,
Starke Woman Injured Patrolman J. Parmerlee. / f fact steal 20 to 30 cassette tapes from Roberts. '' et
Bond for the charge was set at$200.' the same store. The driver dLe'lire out .3'.MUe's. West, of, Star Highway .100., ;, Kn
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Barnes waS: released on,,.'her own Halsey was arrested In Green Cove with a fire = ". but 'was .
A Starke woman was transported to*' recognizance. Springs.: ,September 40 on a traffic unable to do.so, wires under ,. ; Romqri: ; Alvarez: Pastor ,,, ,iv' ... .. j
: { Shands Hospital with injuries suf- violation but' waif charged with tho dash were burnt. Damage to the ,i
fered In a September 19 accident.on*, Mark L< Hawkins, Rhode Island possession of less than 20 grams of bus was $1,000;, ,.
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,. No criminal charges will be pledagainst that Judge Kirby, businessman empowered by law to suspend or drinking and blamed him, the sheriff tual damages to his crops. statement. Walsh said he figured out
Union ,County Judge Bobby Lowell Shadd and attorney Carrol remove Judge Kirby from the bench. said, for Upping off Investigators of a Last week, the First District Court the family tree on his own, by check.
:: Lex Kirby Jailed overnight last week make no statement to the press. Kirby, 39, began a twoweekvacation family connection between a Juror of Appeals in Tallahassee reversed ing court records and studying nameson
1)it",' ,hit a 0 n on Sheriff State; Whitworth however, Mid Sheriff this week, granted by Chief and plaintiff Carl "Bobby" Hawkinsin Hawkins' Jury award for *T million tombstones In area graveyards.
< 9 t'" 0 Attorney Lien Wtoltworth Aid Tuesday statement. cuit. Chemical Co. Kirby represented case for a rehearing because Juror 1981, replacing longtime County
; Sept. 20. Statements taken from the involved Judge Kirby called Sheriff Hawkins as a lawyer before he was was second cousin to Hawkins wife. Judge AL. Driggers who died ol
AD agreement was i reached: this parties will be sent to the Judicial Whitehead to the Judge's office about appointed Judge' In 1981. Hawkins Kirby thus lost the fee he would cancer. Kirby was elected in Nov
t'' week:, Whitworth laid that no Qualifications Commission In 11:15 p.m.: last Wednesday night, anda charged Mobile- with manufacturingan have gained from the award. lona.
:, criminal charges would be filed In the Tallahassee. Sheriff.Whitehead plans scuffle ensured when Kirby attempted ineffective nematoclde. Sheriff Whitehead denies leaking Kirby was a Union County attorney
;i;';' cate. The agreement,according to at- to file a formal grievance against to pull pistol from his pocket,but Last September, a Union County the information. before becoming Judge. He earned
\\1',, ? tome) Wayne Carrol,who Judge Kirby with the Judlclal'QuaIiflcaU was restrained by Shadd and Jury awarded Hawkins $7 million in Mobil detective Tom Walsh of degrees In agricultural education and
\ Judge Kirby. included a stipulation DIr Commission, which is'' Whitehead. Judge Kirby bad.been punitive damages and $300,000 In ac- Jacksonville aubeUlnted the sheriffs law from the University of Florida.

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prison maintenance shop about 9:30::\ Girl Scout
: outstanding arrest warrants for NewsLeaders
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Hampton CouncilmanAttackedHospitalized $
this person posing as John Charles a.m. Thursday (Sept. 15), according
.fI., Woodard but no information la knownon to Department of Corrections' 't"
the actual name or location of this spokesman David Skipper.
i 17*.. A 32-year-old Hampton man was aiv individual. Woodard known at Richard A. Risden, 29,who was serving -
was
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that time to be traveling with a white a 33-year prison sentence In-
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.;\r' 'i. ctlman with a botUe sending the man female and small child believed to be trafficking In cocaine In Palm Beach of Bradford-Union born July 6 to Mary Looney who is tional Bank at Starke for their recent
r to the his wife and daughter. County, was stabbed about nine Neighborhood had their first meeting assistant Junior Troop 605 leader and contribution to the scout
'.',. : John Alexander Hawkins, 32, was Any person-having Information on times, Skipper 'said. Two Inmate Tuesday at the First Methodist Joshua Ryan Hicks born August 25 to neighborhood. The money was shared,
:;;,;! charged with aggravated battery,aci this or any other crime in Alachua suspects were taken into custody, but Church In Starke. Troops are already Lake Butler Brownie leaders Cathy with Brownie Troops and they were in
/i 1.,. cording to Marshall John Hodges.The County is urged to call Crime TRACat no arrests were made as an investiga- meeting and planning the annual and Scott Hicks. Glad Lou Ann Rowe need.
.,} 1 arrest record stated that Hawkins at- 377-8722. Ilion continues, he said. neighborhood campout at Camp Is doing so well following her recent
tacked councilman Roy Roarke and Your Identity at no time need be Chowenwaw the first weekend in Oc surgery, she is leader of Junior Troop Please try to complete registrationof
struck Roarke on the head with a bot- revealed and information leading to tober. All scouts must be registeredand 605. We appreciate her and the new troops and reservations for the
'" tle. an arrest may be rewarded up to Correction have their dues paid before they mothers and father who are already campout this week. Any adult wishing
:V: Roarke was released from the -S1.000' W. C. Loper of Keystone Heights may attend the campout. meeting with troops. to register may do so by contacting a
1. hospital September 20, said Hodges. Inmate at UCI was arrested for driving while his Congratulations on the birth of two leader or call B64-S812 late at night or
Bond for the charge was set at license was suspended not DWI as new 1I'm't."nnrln ('0.-.."". Looney Big thank you to the Florida Na- early in the morning.
I, \; ,$5,000.. Hawkins was released on his Stabbed to DeathA reported in last week's ire Ttttfrapli..
: own recognizance: for the charge but Union CorrecUonallnatitution In- We apologize for the error. -The --
is being detained In Bradford County mate was stabbed to death in ,the EditorLouAnn's
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The use of numerous false Identification
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Governor Bod Graham recently' Stance,.Fl rlda 32091 Atlanta Hawksvs

. 'called on the citizens of Florida to (904) 964-5764
submit their Ideas to the State -----.--
Veteran's Commission on the design
for a memorial to the Florida .
veterans who served In the Vietnam Q 4

War. San Antonio Spurs
.. The memorial monument will
honor Floridians who served on active -
duty for the United State Armed
Thurs. October b'
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Veteran's, Memorial Act, *a Mil uon't be afraid t.-:ask questions & *600
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enacted by the legislature. about our carpets. We know that
The memorial monument will be the average consumer I is not an FOR INFORMATION CALL =
located In the vicinity of the State expert on carpets. We want to
O'Connen Center 392-5500 ,
Capitol Building in' Tallahassee. '
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Names of approximately 2,000 that will fit needs and will be
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Florida residents who remain miss-
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will be listed on the monument. \ O years.
The design competition Is open to I We try to .buy selectively In
American citizens residing In order to offer our customers the l81. Lake Butler Farm Center Inc.
Florida. Persons'. Interested In submitting best bargains available, but C ,
a design.proposal for the carpet I is like any other product AMWwo, Ralph Hazen Highway 121 South Lake Butter, Florida Butch Faulkner
memorial monument must register the better the carpet, the higher
with the Florida Commission of I the price per square yard. This Is
Veteran's Affairs by October 13,1963. _
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i THEATREStarke

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BCT Staff Writer 964.5451Fri.
The day begins early tor Johnny
and Donna Brier, owner of ., Sat., Sun.,
"Johnny's Produce" a new business
that Just opened Its doors In Starke ,
Just off Hwy. 301. "FAST
t t Mr. Brier wakes up at 4 a.m. each :'" FUNNY
day and makes his rounds,sometimes
I 1 F driving all the way to Jacksonville in SATt Ur
search of the freshest fruits and ,NEW'YORK TIMIS
vegetables area farmers and &.'J!ilium
distributors have to otter n+
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Manager for PubUx Supermarketswith 1r
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The store specializes in fresh fruits I"

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Meanwhile, Brier's daughter Robbie ; :301 DRIVE-IN
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idea that is becoming very popular ". Starke 96 .7484.
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among the office workers in

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Cooking fruit salads, cantalopea, watermelon
slices, honeydews and cold California
white seedless grapes, loads them up ,
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one wants to slave over a hot stove for long time during the summer,so office buildings. /_C.NTU.Y."J'1
one good idea for a side dish to that summer lunch or dinner you're. planning la "It's better than breakfast," said ".".,. '0. .
a relish dish called"Cool Carrots." one clerk In the old county courthouse PLUSYOUNG .
building. "I hardly ever have time for
COOL CARROTS breakfast anyway and this Is a real DOCTORS
treat. some help If this keeps up for long." children work around the store after
1 bunch carrots 1/4 cup greed peeper,chopped fine "I have a friend who works In the Robbie says business in the store crates] their grandparentsload IN LOVE '
fruit and arranging
condensed tomato 1/Z cap onion,chopped fine courthouse and she suggested one day has grown steadily since they opened
1/Z lean white vinegar soap Itbsp.wesson oil that we start making up salads and their doors In the first days of August displays. .
cap take around to the offices In the mornings "We only have the freshest Items
Pinch of salt ," Robbie says. "I guess no-one we can possibly find on sale at this "We've always worked "this way
Slice the carrots at an angle and cook them until tender.Don not over cook. had ever tried this before because It store," she says. "We specialize In and we want to continue, Robbie
Mix all ingredients together well and let the mixture stand. overnight. Serve sure has become popular. I started fruit but we have a big variety. of says. "We hope everyone' will come
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give us a try.
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out with just few orders and now I'm vegetables on hand too.
cold.This dish will keep in a tightly covered container for two. to three weeks. Avery delivering over 20 fruit salads each The new business Is a "real. familyaffair" The telephone number for the new
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y aSieox Family Supportive :jn Mother's Career:

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from page 1 | never slips out to paint the town; ,
between 20 minutes and one hour,"says Ray,"Iff. never taken me more than She doesn't go out playing around. '
an hour to write one." I never have to worry about her and other men.
,.; Myrtice says songs come to her on a somewhat erratic basis.".can write She never,"verdoeI get that kind of whim.
three In one day and then It will be weeks before another one conies to me. /( .
; Sometimes a song comes to me at two In the morning and I have to get It downright Some women can't be" trusted out of your sight. Y
". when It's on my mind or I've lost It" They're always ready to slip around,day or night. Y14 '//l /,Y 4.i' .
"Myrtice believes that the moon may have something to do with the creative That kind of a wife Is very hard to live with. r rig' GtkM'r
process. She says there are certain times of each month when she can write.,,"-'" ',), They're always ready. to take and never to give. ,
than others.
songs more easily "
The Silcoxes arel'countrypeople"and they say they will stay"country peo-:' j I thank my God up In Heaven above, t I
ple"even when they make it In Nashville.Myrtice is sure they will make it,, For my little wife,that he gave me to love. rJ
''God doesn't lot people do all this hard work for nothing," she says. The love she has for me,you can't ever measure.
The four songs they sent to Nashville have been gone for several weeks. '. She's very good to me and quite of a treasure. A'-
,Myrtice says that if a song isn't picked by the publishers they send it back
'within two weeks, so she figures they have a good chance. When I look my dearest darling in the eyes,
\ The months of August September and October are the months when the I know that I cai trust her,for she never lies.
,, majority of the publishers pick the songs they want to back says Myrtice. She's a real true loving woman and a devoted wife. .
Myrtice says they are trying to get some more songs ready to send off as soon She's a wonderful sweet in my life. "- .
sweet joy in life 'r' ,
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on his land on CR-16 all of his life.About 34 years ago be built the '" ;, )flrI
house that he and Myrtice live In. ; V J,
The house is small with a ramp on the porch for Ray's wheelchair.It Is not Both Ray and Myrtice know it's not easy to"hit it" In Nashville. They'veworked .. ,
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fancy,but they don't need fancy.It serves to shelter them and their family. It hard on preparing their lOngs for publlahlnl. They haven't heard \,' J
was good enough to raise their five children and it holds a lot of good anythiJIS yet about the ones they've sent, but Myrtice Is optomlstlc, when I I 711? r /
'memories for them. spoke to her, she told me "One day you'll be coming back here to write a : r- : t4 '11
They are representatives of the true "country" In country musks. Countrymusic story that says Prom Food Stam .to Rlch." A ? ';:
began with people who had a story to tell. They told it wit I simple Ray and Myrtice laY they have a lot of bills to pay. with the expensive
words,sometimes sad and plaintive, sometimes almost raucous with a wry breathing machinery that Ray needs to treat his PSKH832cSS
humor.They were honest and hard-working people,people who had seen first that as soon as they sail their songs"I'll get writer's ', Ray ,and Myrtice Silcox
enough sorrow to make them appreciate the Joy there Is in living. pay off all we owe. We don't want to owe a soul anything.
Ray and Myrtice are people like that. They write their songs from e:
periences in their lives and the lives of the people around them.Ray has written ,--- ------ .
F many songs about people around Bradford County.One song that be wrote
about his wife, and then signed over to her as her own,uses simple words to
I tell his story. .It Is titled "A Wonderful Wife to Love and Cherish.. ., GET
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Gainesville on Monday,Sept.W at 8:15: p.m.. ,
The play U done m a story-telling format and is about five women who are
very different and yet have-much in common: -- File ,Cabinet!
Conaueto Dodge,of SUrke,plays one of the five main characters the play. ,
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Tony Klein swimmers In the one-half mile race.'
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I By Mark Frledlla per said. "Once she got into the lake tt-mile winner was Sean.Thompson Bill Beam for presenting trophies and
BCTSTatl WriterTwelve and had to fight the winds and currents with a 14:51 time. to Brenda and David Capper, official
swimmers participated In it was a different story. It can Dotty Morford followed close. ..time keepers. .
tthe third annual Lake Geneva SWimI slow you up quite a bit more. than you. behind Keyes in the 3-mile event with
held Jut Sunday. .afternoon inKeystone might rea> : .." a 1.22:53 time for second place. Sally- ******>4'74'****
third Carol
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"The mall flotilla of private boats In which Willis,fourth and Sonja Stewart fifth. Price i 1
I each competition" is getting better family members and friends Waited Second ,lace In the mile event went 1/2 NOW
year, said timekeeper-David anxiously as three mile crossing was to Barry Wyman, third to P.K. Bran- ALE
alter the event had ,
concluded.
Capper made without incident. Swimmer non and fourth to Linda McKnew.
"We there had this some"strong swimmers out. 'start from the east side of the lake ..Tonya Klein took a second In the! :t NEW PROTEIN PERMS ;t
time. and end %-miIe event followed ,by Ronnie
up on the shores of the'Keystone '
The event takes training, as many Heights Public Beach next Winkerberry at third. C Rev. '55* . NOW 27". 4 1 .
of the swimmers seemed to find out to the city Theme Park. The swim committee expressedtheir C PRECISION'HAIRCUTS' -tc
once they hit the darker lake waters. Ben Keyes took first place in the appreciation to sponsors The .
'.. off shore in the deeper area. 3-mile crossing of Lake Geneva race Locker Room, and to the Frank Men Reg. 'l 12" Now '611ie
"One lady had trained lor the swim with 1.21:08 time. One-mile winner Johnson for the use of the Keystone '15- NOW '7tr:
in her swimming at home." Beach for this annual event; to Mavor C Womems Reg.
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wild but some are used to the sight of 'that illustrated Just how Isolated it Kbit, spending much of their time I TIME ONLY f 1
people and will hunt and make their can be out in the Africa wilds. working on the church roofs in an at- 't, LIMITED
; kills on the Vast herds on the plains In- tempt to finish the project before they + ,WITH LIZ AND ALAN
clear sight of humans.The boys were "'They had aU sorts'of delays get; made the long journey home. FREE CONSULTATIONS
able to sit in a car borrowed from ting her to 'a hospital and it finally ..
Walcott and'watch'the lions as they took aImo t a-week.David said. And whit Impressions did. the boys bc APPOINTMENTS NOT ,i
went about their majestic business. "You really have to be well preparedto take with them.r ''I",. ALWAYS.NECESSARY LDS iii 901'N. Tempt
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"V i "ng to the John:and" ; : It took us a: "Just Uke Brad has said before 1 l..... ..z: :..\: "v.v
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.enIJI Jr.1 15 Tf. In a little village called: Awjndo:'' -*- shock 'In a way,to see the material ic' sllftdatc ,.' ,
'.' > wealth this country really has in cottonparison
weather while the boys to country there," John -
& Travel Is still,a problem for.Kenyans The were in- any .NUVVAVES
s', in the countryside,much like/; it country time, ''with was hot occaiaional and dry most torrential of the, said.things"It really we have makes In this you country appreciatethe and t' 964-8431.504 W. Call! St. : Gainesville 372.0103Jacksonville 289-9350

was In..the. frontier-days. of the early' downpours which made travel even'. it makes you feel as if-we take too STARKE
U.S. more difficult: while lasted. much for granted here. I admire the' ie'
the childrencame they people of Kenya even more now.They ** ********.*ii
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'The'boys traveled 'In'a forty mile are doing so much with so little. I'm .
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|\ CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS Call 475-1589 after 530 4tchg heater and] gas 'logs- oatheater 'Free Estimates 6/09.12130. ''THAT* OUR STop 9/15 tfnMOTHIJI'S Height or .lak lull.,

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TELEPHONE. FOUNDS In White Sand 'WE HAYS EXCELLENT metal roofing: :radios.:-TV,. jFirewood" -/ vends etock.'top| soil. .*..-. ,.. Artgnymeu 9e44M9644M4' tar a minimal rat*, 1 willwatch CLASS CUT TO ORDERl
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Tuesday noon prior to mala cocker spaniel, and cola and delivery. W. offer mara 'Item. 21 North to* 782-3)72. '-BRADFORDIIMIROCK ..J ALANON' day 'and' Saturday. 900: JACKSON BUILDING SUPP
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Thursday publication.Minimum mala wolmaranor. excellent pay County Road 352. go ? .' AftorSP.M.: .(ALES. tin 7/14 FAMILY A a.m. to 2:00: p.m. Tim. for LY.,944-6078. Order alto

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164.5063SAMPSON Ho_. $75,250. morlgag receivable. don't haw It. fit), find It writing article' and short *to.l framad home. and

m 'U.'OUm FILL DIRT ($32,000)) that pay $307.00" Just aik. JANE S. USHER' studs from your _no complete Una of metal
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nice 3/4 *cre, acces lalake. IA brick veneer ......... OVER 1 ACRE 782.371.6.22. 2tchg 9/29 mployee' benefit,_ and 9/22 .

V.ry good price. Hardwood floors pecan B Country Club .building. lot. RISING ROAD TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING odvo__'. Equal opportunity NEW CREDIT .card) Nobody

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2V4 A. M/H with .bulhan 8
9t4-50 S Owner i 11.50'10 13.50..011'0'110'
Financing. Nice lot with 1M
FAULKNER li"'L"'U.50U.m building '.1'. Priced la ell.
rn landscape plant S3 to
fronlag Beautiful' Sr....
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"I.-. IRA''' REALTY : ERA FAULKNER REALTY HWY HI I $7.50 Contrary Mary'sGarden
"AUO"'f ,*,.O" Over an* aero with 220' SR 121 LoCrosse.I .

:.; M m ERA FAULKNER il..LTY' : 944.5063 m .""n..... $24,000. ''i. + I Phone oUo2.11Ci1.8 9/15
",..uo.* LJ3' _-_ 114-501 ___ L..I3. :,. .t,. .. I 9/22 4tchg. --

GOOD LOCATION l aB/J 'J lAitos: M84th ........0.. j FAULKNER. REALTY, BRICK HOUSE, Far tale by
,:. C/I. 3 SR. 1 BA. carport. HWY 231 fiJ23 | '4-sos c.i : owner.3 BDRM 2 BA, W-W

1 nlca lot. Over 32 ... of highdryland JIMIo.-- OFFCMFFIS [B' :;: i carpatlng; :contra) o/h.

:: fenced, Ig. ihed MADISON STREET LOOPb.T ... _.. Fence 1 and 1/4'oct'o 'and..
barn w/elec. 8 well: lovely 190 f......... Small' cot STREET Aces I"..000.I. MtoaHWY 435 SI. ,2nd St. lakoButlor.

C A FAULKNER REALTY I 'Ig. oak 8 .....,., yavngpecan toga. tg. chad, office ....... OFF HWY "W 'PRICED IN THE SO1 phono 4963523.-

E '''>*.-50U tree*. OWNER Excellent location. Nice 1 acres with lot." **!fill ... .AUlKNII.IALTY 301 I "evelt or Notll 3 .R.I'% .'CH/X. 4-chfl 9/15 9/22
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dirt .. Only' .$ .100. ARC ,DOBERMAN PUPPIE
:: rn FINANCING. 141'506S ', Ov. 2 acre*. Ig. fro....... Carportfoncod ..ackcird.On.. yoar
Black or Red, tall docked
: -=: Ara 0" ERA ...ULKNI.IEALTY' ERA.AULKNEI..LTY [ Zoned ..commerclel.' warranty. shots and wormed $50."

-4M ERA FAULKNER REALTY'; I t44-60S m' $U. OO. Call '963t73.Chg 9/22
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1 !$ 'HWY$Ol S ,. p5S '** INa .. .. r' .944so4s,) :: ':: m.\;. ". .,,, ..: W:: Ow'''..I Y . .. "" u.! ERA FAULKNER.'...\TY-,. ,ERIb,_f, Ur.KNER...REA0.TY'.",..,,,... nl juoy .STETSON-.that lita HAT7..Jolm'iva>n IIi'about Srer>' -
1 Appro >. 1'/ A. with IVffronlag !* Ps uo.- :' ,. ..."' -:... "' '''''' .ffW1. ..N"I Fr '"" : 9 iJr'. JO 017 'f W..nVW"WriyrHAI'prlca'

*. JUST REDUCED Excellent ..."-'.Cove re. '" c $60 will take $30.:'.PhonoI .

Beautiful DW M.H.. barn, 10.TRACT, Apr. SSS.SOO. TERMS. I 496-2479 2-pd .

ERA FAULKNER REALTY workshop. Ig. perch PINE TREE IN NOn .: Of 'land hi Hampton area., '1975 DODOE CHARGER

T64- $39,900. Will cenllder offer. Hwy. 100$.. Sam tr*>.l, '11: of, REALTY SAMPSON LAKE "Best Pace In:Town to To/c/ a Leak' SCnoedo'work S.00./Cell
ERA FAULKNER 496-2268 offer 5:00. 1-pd
.50'm .. highway fronteg.vERA 3 i.. I'IA Co..or. en.
; '''' '061 REGISTERED OUARTE.RHOURSR
m acro hot .been filled.. Plus RADIATOR of
.....110. ERA FAULKNER REALTY GuIIing'so s'
ERA ..AULKNElR..LTY'U.50U 94-505 1! 'LC nice deck. SERVICE5P.Ci1NIziPq Antic Ooud. Call 4963831eftet1 '
FAULKNER
STARKEApprailmotely ""A"O..j ERA .AUlICNIII..t.TY .r.. 6:00: 752.5'502. l-pd
1900 sq. ... m '* .5065 .. : let COBIA BOAT ,11$, HP

living .,_. dbl. garage on rr ... :"1&& ""': ......... M fit ACRES // .oun-: ''r.m'. Crysler with trailer.- plus '

'lovely lot. fenced'I 1 Join. Country Club.' Owner I.I'J": ::' IViTCMCliVKfl. many ..,..'.. Mutt all
CROSIYLAKE _
workshop.ERA financing. :. ....-, [ $1895 call balwaan
BROWNLEE RD. LOT '. HWY 1toS o TRACTORSTRUCKS s_ .'7:00.:00 p.m.

3 ... 2 BA C/. const Restricted "_. No mobile' 4 BR. J IA. "2.100. I ...962738.1pd'.U.NITU.I

FAULKNER REALTY fI..pl.... Appro 1 ... homo 100' frontage on ERA FAULKNER REALTY LAKE STREET :CAMS y i AND 'AP
141.'061 .laka. partially cleared. with 11 9M-S045 PLIANCES Washer 811O

m ERA FAULKNER REALTY "...._ey. Owner financing ERAFAULKNER/| REALTY im m Good. .Investment 29900. prop.rPls. HEATER., L__' and chair IS$.
Only

94505K2 with low dawn pay 1" .065 I r NEW k" Queen-slie bdrm ..ullo.co.t ,

"'AUO" ........ mOVER 'I JMIp. / .. over $900 6 month
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IHSARATOGA ERA FAULKNER REALTY : : ago. now $300. Captain
? ERA FAULKNER REALTY OWNER FIN. USED '
COMMERCIAL BLDO. "" bad $125, Queen bod $75.
Up town. Coed condition. Ar"'01" '''.1061 m'l.D Well. *.,.Ic" elect. polo. t(4-(0il: 'm |.U.*teT* double bed $50. tmokedclass

One acr. out of town. 1 dinette $175 Bunkbod .
CH/A. 4700 ft. 100 AC. m AUTOMATIC.TRANSMISSION OIL COOLERS
sq. V,
HOTS. : ERA 'AU KNElIIALTY I $150. Early Amorclanofa
ft. C/. home wet ..MAiKM"NICIDW Of .land /In Lawtay area.- .".IOU ......'01. 'IOVER.... F *t .Heftier. Senrtc*" and 'chair $275 tofa'
1537 sq. Will ...Iv.... es small m 10 I \ >2 YEARS EXPEMENCC and lov sat $150 Stereo
bar B '.1'. 4 fence. m ,
ERA FAULKNER REALTY e*.Owner financing.. L FREE COOLING SYSTEM' INSPECTION .y" .'" $250. HWe-o-bed
.' ""' .'061 P..Q.. HWY 230 '. "' 'OWNED 8 OPERATED BY RANDY ROWELL,5ER'fJCE sofa $150 Dinette $65
8 .lewtey area.
On acre
tH E. Fix-up houm with over 17 MANAGER DAVID MENG. matching washer and
ERA FAULKNER REALTYBROOKER kern.garaga .
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Fenced "
pasture ..iM. "
"' SITE acr**. REDUCED. Owner !; '964-6810 dryer$250.Phone 752.0277
Al wlO 514.5045 and. utility hade.Possible FAULKNER :
ERA REALTY _
.1.I I Cemmarclal elte. Appra. financing.ERA Providence. 1-chg 9/22
2'/ ACRES m 4 serer oddl.Hanoi. 1t4-ao63 2...with 1(00...ft. metal I STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE

Slnglewlde with "Ig. bull ....'0. m. -- bid" ,.' FAULKNER REALTY < CORNER HWY 301 16

on. Plus F..P. $18,500. ERA FAULKNER 94505pa REALTY .t.l/o.:. : ___fM-90tJ" 8E1M TEMPLE'AVC. : '. \ 'STARKE(! I Cantrox Operator'

ERA '[B' I Position available,' at a
3 BR, I IA In _n. Good 20 Ac.FARM FAUpNER,; REALTY Ke 'J .. 1 largo mental' health facilityon
IRA FAULKNER. REAL 11m financing ....lIobl.. IB with Ig. 01.... ham, 944.3066 T : l>- ..At.lOS' J .._ L--...A .. '1. a. .;_ the :3-11 shift Must be
164 065 B BBI .WAJUHOUSI Oft COMMERCIAL BUHDINOi On U.J.
remoaeled. Plenty of m high school! graduate and
.... .Stork 'lowtey.:..Ooed,..location for
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ERA FAULKNER REALTY room. cross' ..., ; SARATOGA HGTS,. two year experiencen
FISHERMAN'SEffld.ncy OIA"O'-. ..... _.:lanrklng-***, between Vlacksenvllla'
B shed the of P.Xor
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*"305 workshop operation a
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yos Gainesville. :3 phaw lower 4 ro'-tIp.' ....9.000*,.ft., "
m cottage. lake 1 *, TABX Switchboard. .
; enc. y wttiwvtpf room, fireplace, wit !bar. .
Brooklyn.. Shaded/ .... DYPLIXor .bock fenced. Long Term Owner Financing.. I Excellent fringe
LUXURY LIVING nlco lot '
Jtw\IO. .I..ULKNIR.IALTY could .b* used far4BRhome. *3 ACRES Ju.1 off I..." W.10. OO..LAKI..OIHI'IA.IrfcII benefits paid lick and
Lok. Hampton showpiece. 4 Close t* echoot. "' .: : "homo' on largo .lake let.Beautiful annual
3 BR 3 IA. Many extra ERA...ULKNIIItIALIV T64-S05 ERA FAULKNER REALTYprmiH : leave. gr4upIrl-;
Owner InonclotJ-; ,view, hug 'Itv* oaks and many floweringhrub available. : I II
Term. Doublewlaa' OIl .... ,94-505 m. ; *. Lore-1 ...IIA In excellent.. condition. Owner ura'ica "to
Salary of S328
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ERA FAULKNER REALTYREDUCED mf'A'IOof' ......0.. ERA FAULKNER REALTY will consider. n.i-... $90.000., : f, s I $420'' bi......." ContactDr.

9".so4sr ERA FAULKNER. REALTY ,t/ T4' o .IpUlOB.SPRNCE ... *NICE OLDER. HOME f'f Lawtay. 4 Bft; Control Meat* Ron Alllion. PertannalTechnician .

m"AUO" '*4 sos 107 ACRES m \ .iJflNici Air, 'Fenced yerd.:,eseurneble'" mortgogoj lei us show, ; N.E..Fla. Stato .
CH.EXC till* oao today '
m yaM Hospital
across from Country CI..... STREET Older home with$BR/J BA. Knotty ; .Mo cJ.l'nv1\
*LAKE BROOKLYNl
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ARIA Owner financing.ERA ., lIou. nods 32063.. ,
LAWT1Y Small
A .....011.... Walk to Keystone "
Nice! s nclrd .bulldlnflH .. FAULKNER REALTY DW-MM .. r............... I.eutlful "... pin Heights* tetMuo.......",.greov. Geed ........... $...001. '. 904-2S9-621] .

TERMS *. 4 Acre.. ... On 1% ocr.*. Kttchen. furalshed. ,:only $,,I90:' *8TARKJEl S B*. I Bath. home off M 1* W. Contra! .heat 1x1,118 .4I
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Beautiful C/I. 3 BR, 2 IA Nlca largo frame .house. IRA FAULKNER REALTY .I06Im other fum'' ,.. av. 11I.ULKNIUI..LTY. ft air fireplace,peit*,,1% ocros.TAN homo to vary....
Priced t $20.000. !" > .... .
home. Fireplace. 20 .._. ,....061. and only abavt 8 year. ,
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ERA FAULKNER REALTY ,m'COLIYID. ''''f offering goad term at $2... ". a par acre. OutFranchise

ERA FAULKNER ..IALTY"U5065.m ......501. m !r : tIl. t, ..,,,, .......i"'i'9,.. .. .4DUPLBXI Hoar. Ky..)*.High $.....1.; Goad rental .

wyyt ..;LAFAYETTE ST.17 \aII 1 ".... property loch,unit I/R.X: ....Oraat 1M,,*. 781$...FKCoentructed .
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'r i05. X f ." $ ROAD .1 ,In 1981. SM.OWIXECUTIVI / ?.:' For Suzuki--,

"r Pr uo" OUar. f ram homo. T. b. .lot and. only I ...$21.800 Hr $13.900.or hour 'r7.. Isc.Iloat i,:Jwy.l ,lg>. CB'A4. HOMES Ranch slyt.4 iR-J: BA with foot. A Kawotokl:; I

EXCELLENT PRICE '.mo....... Nt.- l.rg. .: large C/. )home an'T' a*." :3 mom.heads 4om.rMMtw.". t on J. OCTOK. Overtook L.... Brooklyn. ttOO Sa. M.AsswmeWe ., ; ,

\ CALL$T. for this II 1'CI.. Stan llriplec'. ,Ahoy>, .. TERMS.EkA mertgege.. Owner.' will cemlder, Ind' -mertgag -' '.AIIN fAt BikesT.
.. $...OIIO. : _
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.' $23,900. at "1.000. IRA FAULKNER REALTY .964-S04* ERA .AuiKNS..AL" "" .. within llmtt. $... J.
to rf4 d04; 1 (,"'..t) acra. $-t.r gareae, city .f1IU. 'J(
ERA FAULKNER REALTY 94-508 m 7,..-6065 ; *HIIL8RON SPRINOSi a "roo c........' B fenced.

ERA FAULKNER....5065 REALTYDUOOEBHOUSI Te4* ve9 ra m "'. 'U3 .%: : $16.000. Off_ WantadlfMENCk ., We Buy & Sell ,;

LH ".LMtQs l : scMto!, .* DAIRY ROADS 7 Acra WIth 1480{ from. .tool antha 'USED BIKES ; ,

m. ....10.:. ....... Brhsg h. offenw$1 .70. ; ....t ,

ffZA .' r COUNTRY ,..... : LOT in TOWN' { .LAM BUTLERi B BBV2 BA,flropfec. *i.__. nil' .hoot. *air' "'. fl'J'PLEASE NOTE ,'' '

BEAUTIFUIACRILot Beautiful HAMPTON. AREA 18 phr. at ft* Bee LIVING Appro.. 1S70 With land BEAUTY. WMt BHOP.1I"-'tI.- srkk'4'Bk%,, t, SA ."home. ......., I onto, tool nice I SM.580.* ,,. ... .. w. will mil provide terk ..

.. shod troo. 1979 property.. .. ft.C/B kerne hoe 24x24 Can .buylwHhautERA .,.uS"""" Family' _.t fireplace' "! and Solos at an ..Independent
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and ha .tree*: screen patio. Many ex. ; -
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1946 CiMtani ,
........... fro*..Includes 1 yr. warron- ,J"". .
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP HOMES

R- +-- WANTED FOR SALE
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING .4 rs'iastii:. '
GRAPES U-PIck Op.n SIX COWSI"nllu..Hol.I.ln MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE I BRGUESf HOUSE Furnished .
should be submitted to the everyday 7 AM ti8/ PM. mix. Will sell all or part. HOME PARK. Mobil. $175 nth Adults only.I REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPlEi BY OWNER Se. 355
at St
Bradford County Telegraph Lilly's, Vineyard Make oiler. Fl homes and spaces for rent. BR UNFURNISHED Scholarships,available for rwiHc ar
office In writing and paid ,Florahom., Fl. Phone 1..68.1559.9/22 Hampton 9/29 Recreational vehicles APARTMENTS $123 mth. unlicensed persons, ERA Clalr St. 2 BR, 1 BA block
2tpd
In advance unless credit Is welcome Faulkner 964-S06S. home. CH/A, carport. Like
6592121. 8/21 Slpd 10/06 ROTO-TILIER MontgomeryWard Phone 468 2912.) 96A.8.o.t.9/22 3tchg 10/06 Really '
already established with ALICIA HAYS Top quality brand. Used only' onetime 9/16 IfnMOBIU MOBILE HOME 2 BR. ex- 10/28 Hn new FHA financing. REALTY '
this offs:.. DUE -SHORTACI OFELVESi $35.500. Sacrifice,
square and round bales, $375. 964.5108 Itchg HOMES FOR RENT c.llentcandltlon on GrIHIs ;
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF ,large ,and heavy. Can 9/22 One mile from Storke city Loop Rd.." 1-468-2374 Christmas positionsnow 1..68,1323. 9/01 tin
CANNOT BE HELD IRSPONSIBLE deliver In trailer loads. METAL SOW FARROWING limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 W, after 6 p.m. Itchg 9/22 available. Santa's In a PRECONSTRUCTION
FOR MISTAKES IN Square bales, $2.25: CRATESi Automatic water Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. TWO BEDROOM ft BATH lam. Toys/Gifts need to be PHONE 984.1716'xCECELIE
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN'AD IS 'Rounds,'$25.00. M.I. Cone attached. 964-6974 or KITCHENIFFICIINCVRooms APARTMKNTi Furnished.No shown to the public 3 BR, 2 BA. You can make ?."

TAKEN OVER ,THI nor,"SIark.. 964.5222.9/01 964-7361. 9/15 2tchg 9/22 for rent at low utilities, $150 per mlh. through November. Call your Interior selections. 205 N. Temple Starke i
TELEPHONE.' 4tpd 9/22 ALICIA HAYS 900 lb. roll. weekly rates. Call Temple plus $30..security deposit.No Cherie, Collect 485.1062. SS 1.500 | TERWIILEOAR iI
Classified deadline is TUES. FRESH, SHRIMP for your You pick up, $20. Motel 964-7337.. 9/16 pels. 9648071. Itpd 91152tpct9/22 VA, FHA, CONV.
DAY. NOON prior to freezer. Pleas call 1-752-8029 after 6 'p.m. EOW/tfn 9/22 MAINTENANCE MAN needed CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION
Thursday publication. 984-9755. Green Cove SprIngi. Providence. 91 IS :2tpd 9/22 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for NEAR! GRAHAM) 1 BR for permanent position. 964.4319 T SPECIAL* *
Minimum charge Is 15 901'4tpd 9/22 HOG FOR YOUR FREEZER rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close trailer total electric. Serious applicants only. 9/01 tin 503 N., Church St..W.1I built 2 i
wards for 275. then 10cents BEAUTY SHOP EQUIPMENT be killed the 29th to prison. Call 4681323. Utilities Included Must have sawmill and OR
Ready to $60 3 2 IA STUCCO HOME story, 4 BR horn. CH/A.
for each word '
Combo styling/shampoo of Sept. Alto, OKRA,.$12 10/07 tfn.KITCHENETTE. weekly. ,,483.1371.. Itchg chip plant experience.Send With CH/A with heat
thereafter. chair 'shampoo chair bushel', or $6i buthel. ) All utilities 9/22 .. employment history, pump family room withfireplace Fireplace, separate garag with I
new,never been used; two 9646528. Itchg 9/22 furnished TV air maid FURNISHED APARTMENT 2 list of equipments you can utility room.
fenced
YARD SALE styling chairs, one chair 8 BIRD ? service weekly. Und.r- room efficiency In Lawtey. operate, and salary requirements t
DOGS Throe montht' backyard. In Forest
bowls mo -old; ; two two shampoo combo old male .ft female. Call .wood.Motel on Hwy. 301. 3'miles 9/22 tin N. 782-3438.. ,'. 9/08 tin 1102, Starke to, Fl P.O.32091.Box Heights. For sale by 01 BR FRAME BIOME. Excellent cond. OH Rd. t

.HWY 301 SOUTHS Across dryer/chair, Jacksonville, .768.815.. STUDIO APARTMENT 9/15 2tchg 9/22 owner. S43.000. 964-5481 100E. SE 22nd Av. 2 lots.S1S.000 Coih.
from prix In. Baby Items, dryer/chair lest than one 6 9/22 2lpd 9/29 Weekly monthly rates LAND'FORSALE FREE RENT In trade for work 9/1 2tpd 9/22 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES lovely brick on \'/.

men and woment mos old. $500. 964-4556 CONN TRUMPETi Gold colored Palms Apartments, 2314 N. around poultry form 3 BR BLOCK HOME on 2.86: ac. Skylights, fans, custom shutters. 3 BR, 2 BA,
clothing knickknacks, after 6pm. 964-3146.9/01 excellent condition Temple Ave 7/28 Hn/ 48S-I037 or 468-1393. 9/22 acres of land. located In fully equipped kitchen LR w/llr.place, s.p.
etc. Saturday 8-3.; llpd 4tchg 9/22 with mouthpiece. New 1021 W. PRATT STt 3 4tpd 10/13 Hampton, Flo. Call DR, Ig. FR w/bay window. Scrn'd porch ft
9/22 I9B2 OMNI ARROW 13' com onet coil $350 wont $200or bedroom house, CHI A, ONI I ACRI LOT facing For WI HAVE EXCELLENTCAREER 1-468-1320 Itpd 922MOTORCYCLES carport-565,000.
*I4 N. WATER STi Saturday bination ski/bast boot best otter. Would make equipped kitchen family sythe Rd.%'with 175' rood OPPORTUNITY In 713 MADISON STt 3 BR home w/new roof.

and Sunday 95. Womans w/65 hp. Mercury motor nice Christmas gilt. Call. room, fireplace, huge back: frontage- 3750. $300 sales and delivery. We offer Close to everything. $39,000 with owner fin.
and children' clothing and and 1983 Gator drive-on 431.1 132 after 5:30: p.m. or porch fenced bock yard down 'appro*. $70 a excellent pay, MAGNOLIA HOTEL Starke landmark with 35
odds n ends. Itchg 9/22 weekends. Itpd 9/22 outside. month. Call 964.5606. 9/15 employee benefits and advancement' .
trailer. Contact after 5 storage inside A rms;23 baths. 11.37. ft. Clean Rooms.AT
1133 I. BROWNLEEl (SR 16 p.m. 9648160. 9/13 2tpd SUB a ICE CREAM BUSINESS $383 mlh.. with one months tIn :' Equal oppor 1979 HARLEY DAVIDSON r LASTI! The perfect combinatlon-Good look.
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East). Friday and Saturday, 9/22 Nice family operation/ rent required deposit. ,TEN 1 AC rOT$ facing Pleasant tunity employer. 964 BS44, SPORTSTER 1,000 CC. Low ing home A great acreage. One of our finest
10 a.m. til??? Appliances., REPOSSESSED SIGN Lease building. Call 964-8073. 9/01 tIn Grove Rd. $3,993, 9/22 Slchg 1006EXPERIENCED mileage. $2,800 Call resld.nc.s en 33 ec. Split rail fence ft 3 modern

women clothes, misc.Items Nothing down! Take overpayments 9645439. 9/15 2tchg 9/22 ,FURNISHED HOUSE Breaker $400 down $70 a month: HAIRDRESSER 964.7061 or 964.7578. 9/08 barns. Rich oak flooring, panelling stone
books and plctur. of $sa monthly. Area. 1 BR, Fenced yard. Call 9645606. 9/13 tin For Keystone Heights area. 2tchg9/13 flreplacerCH/A. 1320 ft. on Hwy. 301.,
1tchg22 4'x8' flashing arrow sign. CARS $150 mlh. Call .85-1 S604 Excellent working conditions 1910 SUZUKI OS 4SOEi $900.
SAT. a MONi Sept.24 ft 26.9, : THREE V ACRI LOTS on SR227Brooker and benefits All calls SECLUDED, SPACIOUS. IMMACULATE 3 BR, 2
Hal. after Call
New bulbs, letters. 6pm. weekdays. 964-7397. 9/13
a..... Iii 3 p.m. 319Lafay.tt. Call FREE & TRUCKS 9/15 Itpd 922UNFURNISHED Rd. 2995. confidential. 473-7944 btw 1912 YAMAHA Itpd 920 BA, IR, L,. kitchen FR w/flreplace, 2-car one.gar.'storage .
Signs cc
$300 down. $33 a month. barn shed ft treehouse. 10x702
St. Itpd 9/22 9 a.m. and 9 9/22.
1-800-626-7446 anytime.Itpd :2 BR HOUSEl p.m. Virago. Black with silver
606 BRIDGES STREET Across 9/22 192 BRONCO Truck. 19.000mllet. Stove, refrigerator, w/w 964-3606. 9/15 tfn 2tchg 9/29 fairing Excellent Condi lot. $....37 assum. mtg. SP $62,000.
from City Park. Saturday PIANO FOR! SALE Wanted: 6 cyl. 4 tp. OD/TM, carpet. No chlldre, no 19% ACMES! on paved rood. LIFE INSURANCE SALES tion. SI .993. 9644288. THAT SPECIAL HOUSE BR, 2'/t Sweeping
94. Asserted clothes, Responsible party to AM/FM, white spoke rims, pets. 964-3464. 9/15 tin 2 wells, ,2 septic tanks. Minimum of S240 per weekto 9/IS2tchg9/22 staircase rises to 2nd story Pella windows for
dlihes and misc. Itpd 9/22 assume small monthly 10x15 radlalt. $8.900, ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS S3.500 per acre. FIRM. Call start. Full company SUZUKI TSIOOi Excellent beauty/beit 'Insulation fireplace, 30x22
LAWTEYl Corn.r :Ml and payments on spinet/con 7823460. 91 IS 2tehg 9/22 Modern 1 BR Apt. Walled 964-8BI3.9/22 4tpd 10/13 benefits ond training cond.. $375: new wood garage at The Woods, Country Club. $86.000
MS-Frltioy and Saturday. sole piano. Can be teen 197S CHEVY IMPALA 350 'patio, off street parking 2-ONI ACRE LOTS facing 376-6621 A.M. Itpd 9/22 burning compact heater' assum. mtg. at 9%. $195,000..
Record player., tap and locally Writ.: (Include V-8, Power ....rlng. heat pump drapes, 'appllancas Forsylhe Rd. $2.993 each. plus equipment for Installing CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly new 3 BR, 2
radio, pictures, clothes, phone numb.r) Credit power bra..... A/C. furnished or un- S30O down, $60 per mo. Classified Ads $125. Call after 5:30': BA stucco In Conerly Estates w/troditlonal
plants, lots mor. Itpd Manager. P.O. Box 521, 2-door ttereo and radio. ,furnished. First and last Call ((904). ) 964.5606. 9/22 Get. Results p.m.. 964-3847. Itchg 9/13 fireplace ft pretty kitchen..
9/22 Beckemeyer. IL 62219. See at 411 N. St. Clair St. months rent plus deposit.Ph. tfn BOTH TOWN COUNTRY Brick home,,9 BR, 2'
423 NORTH BROADWAY, 9/22 2tpd 9/29 964-8872. 9/15 tin 964-8601 (Bradford. BA CH/A, Ig. lot on Rd. 230. .
Saturday' 83. Canopy 13-STRINO Carlos guitar. 19" VWi Needs minor Village Apts.) 9/15 tin MOBILE COUNTRY ESTATE Immaculate 3 BR CH/A.
bedroom ..t. household' Phone 96<4.8624: Itpd 9/22 repalrt. Coll 4681421. Best .FURNISHED 4 ROOM APARTMENT PUBLIC AUCTION Located on 2S.S acres. CR 125.164.900.
Items. Ifpd 9/22 LEARN TO FLYi Complete after. Itpd 9/22 ) All utilities Included. HOMES LOCATION-LOCATION 3 BR, 2 BA facing Golf
FRIDAY SATURDAY First Course Including pilot 70 FORD FALCONi Torino- $150 mth. Furnished 2 FOR SALEA Lake City, Florida Course. Custom drapes,enc gar., greenhouse.Great .
house on right"on Criffls license, only $400. Special type body. 67.000 original 'rm. ...,. utll. Inc. $120 '
View. Owner financing.
loop. Childr.n and baby offer: Slmllator course, mllet. 6-cyl.. on. Owner, mth. %6577, Itchg\ 9/22 10 ACRES ON U.S. 441 'SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM 34 acres, 2
clothes mltc, Itpd 9/22 $50 American Ultrafllght '$500. 9645494. Itpd 9/22 ON KINGSIEY( LAKE 2 BR ft W MOBILE HOME SALES

of Storks, Inc. 9644288. 1974 VW VAN Very good mobile home. AC/"". Sept. New ,and used mobile 1 Mile North, of 1.10 homes,4 chicken,close to houses city limits., pecan SR grove 230A ft Improved 100A.
condition $2,000 or belt to' April 13. No homes for sale. Walter pasture
pets.Deposit
'WANTEDAXLIS 923FURNITURE
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Barton Lumber Co.) S4th St. off St. Rd.
off4r. call (Formerly QUIET RETREAT ON 1 Ac. at
Call
Nights required. Bud
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Two gold ( ) Invites you
3 BR, 2 BA attractive
14-Soard ft batten construction.
Loveseats S23 'each; 9647450. 9/22 2tchg 9/29 5332366. 9/15 tfn to come"but and browse.Highway Sawmill & frfrklifts will be
ft TIRES Two axles equipment kitchen Fireplace.
two Fr.nch Provincial 1914 BUICK LESARREi One LOW WEEKLY OR MONTHLY 17 South ,
and four tl.... Highest condition 0.7 ACRES-47 PECAN TREES Attractive, antique
nightstands, formica 'top. owner good RATES Rooms to rent, $50 Polatka, Fla. 323-9551 or sold separately.
price paid Green's $25 each. 964-5637 ,..ft.r $600. Phone 964-8784. Itpd security deposit. 328-4682. 9/22 tin brick ho..... On good land.
Welding Shop 301 South. 5:30 llpd 9/22 9/22 Everything furnished exTSfPkt..Tu i'OR' 060 A. Prime land off SR23S.
p.m. '" SALE OV RENT .3beVrroonTmoblte'homi
m Stafke. fl,..,964407. 7/07 ILvjMILIIIVCQ vq.puwt .,..197/1 CHEVY VCOA; :BlockHiJiernbfy I 'M I*""* a..d.-' on(. ii Jt: Buildinj.J. I i.9S As., rimbec.Highlands. '00,000., .., I'
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luC'.. l3tchg 1%(n 1t>1i t': In dc emb,. 2 !ttHflKftttj r lIw "" *Z, 1t4hg:12 GrWAlFl o1 ! _,;YQUMG.flMALI POA TeR1r1Y J.3864. Itchg 9 i!. !? tlr... A. I. S4Q;164.R9'II9; .' '/: : '"- 1 1 ', ,'96418ft*'.* 'z..: ..,:,..,. .CORNEA LOT Forsyth Rd. ft Pond Rd. 1.3 Ac.
.DOGS Will give It a good CHICKEN HOUSE, Real Itehg 922'l' FOR LEASE 2 BR apartment. Ideal for Light Mfg. Warehouse Wooded. HI ft Dry. $4700.
home. Call 964-3990. 9/1S' cheap. :329 feet long 'plus 197 CHSV. CHIVETTEi .Nice neighborhood $265 S"bscrf'b'il'ioifayI: MH 3/2 en 1 ac.. 301. $32,000

2lchg 9/22 equipment. See at Cypress 4-cyl., 4-speed, good con mo.. security deposit. BRADFORD, The oboes ordered sold by the S.B.A., oS Acres 105th St. lawtey, $12,000.
Will PURCHASE RECENTLY house with white barn, dition. Phone, 964-5J37. Phone 964-422S. evenings. COUNTY' an agency of the U.S: Government .. e
CLOSED MOTEL of distressed ilem. Itchg 922IS 9/22 tin SVININOS
Hampton
price. S.nd details:, next School. Itchg 9/22 IT TRUE YOU 'CAN BUY TELEGRAPft S.B.A. will finance if qualify. IUA COONIVM4-UI IAVIIN OUTlAW........
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3904 S. Church A Tom- FROST FREI FRIDGE For leeps for $44 through the Subscribe 964-6305 OOUOtAS.M..... SANOV COS M4SSWMASTHAOosxomntr
pa Fl 33611. Itpd 9/22 sale reasonable. 9648945. U.S. Government? Get the ..
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for date time & call writeMcDougall's MASIINS
WANTED TO BUY COTTAGE facts today I Call' ((312)) : ", terms or
Handyman' Special only. BABY CALVES 'for ,sale. 742-1142 ext. 609. 8/18. ': 'it 'CMlntS"I'Q'ragg' :
Or lot on lake or Inlet. Call tle.Have 964-92l9.Jh.hg been!started on 9/22 bot EOW9/29 t). ( : :: Auction Co-Broker -- .-.

5 19046295359.p.m. lo 9/22 8 p.m.4tpd, BOB'S PIONEER NQ'J: \ ""c.tJt. :. i ajg 6631 San Juan Ave., Jax Fla., 32210 I- Subscribe

10/13 Mowing & TractorS ELECTRIC CO. 6)ft2 '8)1'2') ''' .10il2) !. 2xl&"lnq 7868989RED *. GRAPES dark. Good Picks Today!

GOOD DISEt CLEAN Tools, MERCHAN furniture.,. .rvlce& > Troll.r Pol.Special l a &'uiiH k wasiJ: 1bf'1 S IHrke Ing. Freshly mow.d.Op.n' Call Mary
Afternoons Evening Man. Sat.,' B
glass. Calf collect 200 AMP.S250 ijWY 11 s, !J6 ; Q 0: WIGGLER 964-6305
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1.3 5.5462. Day Saturday Delivered AnywhereIn :, FISHING WORMSWe a.m.p.m. | Sun. 2:30-:30'
a Sunday Bradford County '
pig 'Em-You Pick LOOK p.m.LONGNECKERS

P _.C'" 782-3373 7513361...- I i1 Quality 'Em From Beds NEW AUCTION., 4 ml.W.' of Melrota Well
CashFor Classified Ads Bring Containers
paying Tree Service Massey'i Lot of merchandise. See Signs Drillingr

.. MINI "" Get!Results, 782-3392 Each Friday 475-MS I 473-2702 . . . .
Aluminum" ", Can Work at -
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32 Cents Per Lb. | Reasonable Rates" MOBILE HOME Joining Property N. Of I lrcOII ItIOIl"iji
located |lust 'north of Fast Rotary
;;: Copper brass) .II.ORAGE Fully Ucensed 6 Insured! Strict *OWE! Faith Bapt. Ch.. lawtey Waldo on U.S. 301. :TY'S. :
i ivory Wednesday 12,Veer Resident : oft 4MP 5 0- 5 1. 50IOOJ2.75 ; Call 325-5462, :C' l. ,"h; .. ,St1 ,1Iii'', ,Drilling Equip.
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Behind\ ginning Crossroad. Starke,'Florida 'IstiiKiDQf ; 200-SS.00, '1'11I' ,.L' II 'SI.r.,; . . . . .
SOO-S1200. .
4! Intersection 473-7683 ".The'bne ToCol, $*$' Wfr 211;

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FLORILAND REALTY . . .
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& Compare!! Are you collecting payment on a real mar. NEW &. USEDWe
Center Jt. i I tags, but would prefer to have a lump sum? '

Special Insurance for 964-77OO '301 S Stark; /.an1t ,let us show you how to convert all or part of your Finance Our Own . . . . .
Mobile 'Home Parks : Stork mortgage Into cash. For details, call today. KIRBYS. Installation
Av.. 9646679 New
: AH types of 393 TempU 9 ''ROYALS
homeowner for Vernle P. Odom Broker GRI *** ? 116 N. Walnut St.' Remodeling Repairs
policies EUREKAS . . . . .
mobile homes.. !Windows Doorl'PVC I Rea1i4... John Bradley HOOVERS

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t "CH/A:.Near Shopping:Assum IIV4J4 Mtg.H Supplies BlOG; 964-5010 FILTER . . . . .
lln's Mobile you ere interested Ir.3 M.I Bath I yr. old energy !Plumblng 2.000 sq fti tot. 17500. QUEENS,
eMIclent home en W N. with toe many' fruit.trees to .Wol,roltn BEAUTY SHOP, barbershop SEARS
t ''Hom.'S IsH.kie 'name Cell far detalfs. 4 Miles out of town, 'Usd Furniture skating rink Same COMMERCIALWe SUPPLY

Mol OHfl Agent LOTS.ZONED 01 TRAILERS '.Elactrlc; Appliances 'equipment $28.000, repair all makes COMPANY

S1SOO end up. $S Q.OO down, Ai years to pay. 3 SI.jI BA.r: O Nlargecov'dRtOW' r- : . . . .
1 lE,. ,984-866'" _? ,> LolaItA.. (!plus l ). Country Cub oroo.J .. .% 6 cello PINE FOREST.APARTMENTS, Al Young's., 8641V.Temple '"

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,i, /29740 Ac.. "' /' term.' 4poed.r a. -0ne trailer sod one small bd" v... oSPORTSM' ld' 'DREAM: '964-6918 Fl.
3 .....1 BA MH. Hemp Fish camp Sampson lake, 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. .
j let ..Uetef.d..timb..Lt: p ,, 2.73 oc1.. 1541, If.an Samp from '150" to '297" 3 Miles north of 9047061LIMITED' -
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pasture;: fenced, .ft tackle shop living 1530 W. Madison
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........111' down.balance" pasture,.fenced. Has tr/1 .t ... ,
MtrMM 20 yr...' Cash ; 3 wells and" 2 culverts. '
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1 h0.. .- .,.,Prkt4' ';,,p I '$999'. I Home. Bar,._)stalls and carport, utility room and carpeting

$12400-: 'orent JojL shlQttenth. I Zockror0IL\Wed*" 2 Ig. I Ipou9t. WAYNE'KINNEY:. ,. : on your lot 1 I'iI
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,, ey .. ty Jr. of Anchorage; Alaska; died,earSr Saturday'morning,, Sei*..,Jto, at the. To lamlJymerriMs and friends of Mf1,. Uelea R. Harley we thank;you far :
Alaska Hospital Anchorage:.' ""1 \ ," j i your love and support during this time or 1Ort'OW. A special thanks for the.
: The Bradford County Community BJducation! Program is taking a survey Survivors, other than her parents, include her patemat'IVIndparentJ, Mr. lovely flowers, cards, food visits and your prayers. .
for clasies that could be offered at the Bradford-Union Area Vocational- and Mrs.R.A. Felicetty,Sr. of Anchorage; maternal grandparents, Mr. and The Al parleys
Technical Center: for thaw persona interested in arts,crafts, or general Mrs. A.R. Johnson, Jr: of SUrke; four aunts, Shirley A,8olhnBon; Clara S. "Card of Thanks '
I .' Johnson,, and April M. Johnson, all of Starke, andJftena FeUcetty of.Anchorage -
The classes could be offered at other schools or centers space Is re ; her maternal great grandmother is Mrs. ColUngsworth of Anchorage '
I. quired. Some areas of interest already shown, but not limited to are: and paternal great grandmother Is Mrs. Ruby Gunter of Starke. We would like to take this method of expressing our gratitude to our many
\ Funeral services were held, Wednesday, Sept. 14"In Anchorage, Alaska. friends who have shown their concern and helped us in so'many ways to
rebuild our home.Your expressions of love in money. and. tangible items have .:
Aerobic Dancing Hunter Safety Hugh Davis been 10 gratefully appreciated. )
Basketry' Knitting Hugh Davis. 77, formerly of SUrkeAliving In MUhawaka,.Indiana, died. A special thanks to the HellbroD Springs Vol. Fire Department the Lawtey "',
Bunka Embroidery Macrame Monday Aug. 29. a Vol. Fire Department, the Ud and LWCI Fire Departments. Their support,
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Cake Decorating "r "v Pottery Mr.Davis was retired from Studebaker Corporation of Southbend.Indiana; during our time of crisis meant so much to us.: Also we would like to give a ,.
Ceramics Rub-out Painting lived In Shawneetown 111. for 57 years,'and had lived In Starke for 19 years.He i special. thanks to Evergreen Baptist Church Hellbron Springs baptist and
CPR/FirstAtd .Oil Painting was also a former member of Madison Street Baptist Church for 19 years., Northslde. Baptist, for all the gilts,Jove and. support.that was. so needed. at;this ,
Flower Arranging Water PaintingWoodwOl'kJng Survivors include his wife Lena Patterson Davis; two daughters Mrs. time
Jack (Louise) Buck and Mrs.Bonnie Gillespie,both of Southbend: four grandchildren ,We'can never repay the strong support and all the words of love and encouragement i
; 10 great grandchildren and one brother Allen Davis ot Mount VerFunera'l that both our parents have given to us and our children We ,
N.1. want Stem to know that we love them and I bow blessed we are to hove them. '
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Please contact Hank Greene at the Bradford-Union Area Vocational- non; services were held'TursdaSept..1, at Gulsinger Col.'CbapelSouthbeld Ronald Teresa Christy,Matthew
Technical Center by calling 964- 150 or come by the Center.There must be 15 Ind. with Rev. Larry Baker'offic1aUng.. Burial was, In Southbend.. *Stacy Wood
persons enrolled in an area before the course can begin. ''
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e Hair Styling Salon for MOVmO INS. Table, 4 .
4 jt CARPENTRY AND MASONRY .WINO MACHINIS barber or cosmetologist. 3 chain; 2 .nd tables. 1
1 WORK Building polio*, IfAIRIDtAII mak.. choirs, Long CCf" / addition.. remodeling, cleaned, piled'and ad- Haute attached drawers, I antique .vanity
p homo and 1llo work. Fro |oted. $13, Work reasonable rent. Prime car seat atroll.r, '2 new
,,3 estimate Phone 473-4473 guaranteed. Jams location. Coll after 9 p.m. dead-bolt lock.. All priced
/ during day. 9/1 tfnehg Strickland corner Morgan 473-7708. 9/22-29 2tchg .to *ell, MAKE OFFER
WORKR.mod.ling ..473-2800.. 9/22 Itchg
CARPENTER CAMELLIAS $1 each limit ,
Rd. and 16. Starke.
Hwy. '
work kitchen P. Swan Crest Nursery. DOUBLE BED ;Uk. n_. ."
MOTORS t cabinet and trim carponr 7/life Located on SR-26 2'i, Frame, mattress, box spring
TERWILLEGAR try. Rooonoblo price, mile. east of Mal,,".. *. Call 473-3593. 9/22
Call 473-2477 after 5:30, MISCELLANEOUS. CLOSED SUNDAYS. 9/1$ Itpd
I 9/1 tfnchgCARPENTRYI tfnchg ,
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I ,repair, Intallatlon .'NGO...AM''CAN SHALLOW AND DEEP Will FOR RENT 'f
,Has 1984 t *. door*, window LEGION HAll.Sr-21. Satur' PUMPS PVC pipe and fit.
*, cabinet Helving day.7 p.m. Public invit.d.ALCOHOLICS digs. Water softeners ".IMIIUIINEU LOCATION R
partitioning paneling.Call 7/7 tfnchg. Bryan Ac. Hardware, facing Lawrence Blvd.Also K
Ford & Cars Arriving DailyThey .' 473-3320.9/22 tfnchg Keystone Hgts.j" 473-4006 several large'offices' for; "'
Trucks / CARPET AND VINYL repair ,ANONYMOUS. Closed 9/13 tfnchgCOMMERCIAL rent In '.....r'of building
and Installation. Fr. mtlnvMonday 8 p.m. PROPERTY,on'
Flamingo. Call
also selection of Used Cars & Trucks. '*, .estimate Ten year ..= ,Op ri meeting Friday;.8 corner of Lawrence Blvd. .473-3411.9/1 facing tfnchg
have a great perlence. Call 473-4217 p.m. AI........, Monday B and Flamingo near SR-100 PARTIALLY FURNISHED'
..... and ask for Craig., 9/1 p.m. All meeting at and SR-21 Intersection, 3BR.I'A< bath mobllehome
at the V: rinchg Educational Building Community 4-separate office, complexes In Melrose area. Large,
Savings -.; RETIREMkNT HOME AND Church 473-2790 or ; comer lot with entrances porch. Responsible couple
HAIRSTYLING CENTER All' 473-2I3O. 7/7 tfnchg on :3-sldes of want.... 473-1368.. 91')
'LO'OK' und.r one roof OFFERING OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo building. Owner financed.
on these units : Certified nurilng' du...fee*or weigh In*. with low Interest ra... Call COMPLETELY tfnchg FURNISHEDI,
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aiilitance and CPR trained Open meeting Tueay' 473-4920 or 473-3411 9/1 2BR..' 2SATH home' on
I staff: 24 hour uperviilon 7:30 p.m. Community Gatorbone; lake.. with
RX7 1982 AC +. for senior cithern hot Church Educational LUDWIG SNARE DRUMi fireplace.: Available
1982 Mazda Jeep > m.ali:.day, week, or long Building Keyttone carrying 'ca... music September V through May'
t.rm toy; STYLING Height. 4732790.. 7/7 stand practice pod. 2 sets '31. $400/month. Keystone
CENTER for the public! tfnchg .tick., beginning bond .Heights Realty, Inc.,
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$11,49500 precision styling far men BINGO Lions Club ac book 'Used 1'AI- yrs ,In REALTOR 4734961.. 91tfnchg
and women; perm and from high school school. Scott Mllllgan.
hair-coloring., SR-32S Tueday. Early Bird 7 4732077. 9/22-29 2tpd 3BR.. MATH HOME 'ON *
1982 Malibu Hampton. 468-2619. 9/1 p.m.; Regular .7:30 p.m. RCA COLOR TV 19 Inch. Ex. ACRISi $32S/manth.
*:' 1982 Chevy tfnchg Public kwit d:7/7 tfnchg.: celtont .color $75. Call Available September 7.
Will DO TYPINO. In' my .73-7117.9122 Itpd
Scotsdate 4x4 Diesel,, home. look ,r.pert. CARS.TRUCKS' TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 24 Keystone Inc., REALTOR Heights':4734961.Realty.
retume. ale., Call AV BOATs"" X 53 3..., 2Bath (like new, 9/1 tfnchgPARTIALLY ;
$ 473-2898. 9/15 tfnchg doublewlde. Fully furnished FURNISHED,

$799500 f9i tAWN SERVICE, Quality frost free ..rl... 11R.. IBath mobllehome ,....
",equipment ..*.... CUSTOM VANS. New 1783Chevy masonlte/hlngle' ,,ref. ,. Melrose' area. Large living'roomy
\ -At nnpp' l altO..lc.l.I Van.>,V-B aulcnaltfrenmi "" Pay tr.nsf.rebr, o.sun>e, Respohtlblft
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$136. .lto.
( 1 Manning lownmower Sen. payrrVer* couple _ntad. $175/
1981 F-100'Trucl vice. Call "73-7675.: 9/22 power '(,..rrnll. Call Mr. CI.r.nc., plus deposit.Call 684-6634,
brake., window
power power 1-328-7747, tPalatka. 922ltchg
4, Speed Over Driva$6495oq Itebg, ..power door,locks.Panasonic 9/22 tfnchg,
USEDCARS sound ytem, TAKE OVER PAYMENTS, on
tilt wheel" running board. 14 X 70 3SR.. 3Both.
4 captain chair and couch. mobllehome.. like new, Subscribe
Beautiful Interior and exterior. 'Pay ..transferfee. assume- ,
LOOK $14.400and with ''payments $176.35/ma. .Today!1
dual air. top of the. IIn. Call lMr. Clarence*
1981' Mercury Lynx Nw!! Auction'Leiaf.d 11 ,900. Compare at 1-328-7747. Palatka. 922'I
,* In WeUa' (21,000. 11 M percent" bank "'I", -_ ---
".:;: Station Wagon ,Oil u.s.Sot financing. Phon.
4 Nnh.fOv.rps. Calnetvllle.. 332-O903.: 91Ii FETALTHE '

$4495 -1.$.of MottcIIoMIMN STUMPKNOCKIRi
_,Lksd a Junk fiberglass bos boat, 3S hp
\\i 'IIIDAY7HPM trolling, motor. Rigged
Far Mar.ln6.nnetlen complete. full cover, extra
THIS- i'1 Can 12..1 dean. -tike new/Must see 'OFFICE SHOP
: STEAL to appreciate S3.67S.
473-7198 or 1-396-4B68. 964-5764.
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