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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Little change is forecast. the weetberovet'. the next four days, Friday- Inside.iv_. ; ," ,". jqtr Io K BCT

l Sunday, whlcb startd rtve a good clumc: for a pleasant weekend. .I'i", Y OU NO L RA RY .
1.j, Lear than an Inch'oTrain tell Hit pait week, leaving the September SECTIONAL, ;:)/- !-"Twa I S.cllont. w", ''' UNIVERSITY OF FRIDA
total at around 7.S Inches' The Louis Hill fir
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officially arrived at 10:42: ..M. Friday, Sept 23, and the weather LI RRY
'almost musically changed from an unbroken two-month heat wave to a pK

to touch 81 at of night fall with and temperatures highs 71 to mld-BO's and humidity during moderating the day. to Jowl!from 58 oktw.r.SECTION SiNvwcSrtoh.. . . . .re, ILA. 'HISTORY The Sweetest Strawberries TMs Side of Heaven

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.Pushing a pencil for a myriad'
budget of adjustment, City Clerk ,
Neil Tucker'lias kept the $5 million

82-83 Starke budget in the black. i ., In Building
1 f I :.:'At the same time;Tucker used only } 4
:. (..000 from utility revenues in wiping c:?
out an $85,000 deficit caused by upending
I more than. planned in most every / 4'' Cliff Chapman had little trouble the fire-rescue personnel at the fire

department. -conservatively, talking his way out of the county. jail department building all along.
estimated Income was also more than- b" a aa.,1 at last Thursday night Sept. 22. "If we get them down there (at the
1 budgeted, so it all worked out Having decided to move the rescue' jail) they'll get tied up and become
Tucker is saving every penny posit unit from Ita.base at Bradford jail personnel"' said ChairmanMosley a
ble in the Utility System Revenue- Hospital Inc. effective Oct. I, county ;explaining his stand.It .
? Funds to finance the multi-million Uyw commissioners were thinking it would could become a bureaucracy,
dollar electrical Improvements on be a good idea to headquarter a com- said Carter restating his position. '
which construction Is expected to bined fire and rescue service at the "I would not. allow it to becomeone
: begin within the near future. The city Bradford County Jail so the rescue ," said Chapman.
is going to build a two-way electrical 4r personnel could help out with radio "Scouts honor," Commissioner
Interconnection with Florida Power fc i dispatching. Chapman, director'rof, Homer Hart questioned.Jokingly, giv.
Light, enabling the city to purchase, >ty r; i d0 s', 2 emergency services for the county; ing the scout sign.
a smoothly 'and talked Can fire-rescue service be
.electricity on the open market at the convincingly operatedfor
lowest price available. 'commissioners out of basing the fire- $118,000 Carter asked. '

v,Tucker said the city's General Fund rescue unit at the jail and into basing< Plus what generated by the

Is now "fairly self-sufficient," meanIng .. it at the former county volunteer fire rescue ,service, replied Chapman,
It doesn't take a heavy injection of l Rar department building now vacant. placing the coat at around $140,000.
utility funds to balance: it asks been Commissioners agreed to have Chapman said there Is a
the story for many years. ((Utilities turned on at the fire depart- Jacksonville-based billing service
Under questioning from Commls-; ;ment. Chapman said his crew'will do that would send out bills for the
boner Charles Schaefer about possi- 'pt the work to build walls inside if the rescue unit for $3,000 per year. But
ble red ink, the clerk said, "No no. I to .county will supply materials:, Clerk Gib Brown said he and CPA Pat
can assure you we're' not in a deficit Answering both fire and rescue Farnsworth had talked the situation
financing situation" emergency calls will be a sufficient 'over and wanted to keep the $3,000
Schaefer said he didn't cam U the work load; Chapman said: He ques- home by using the new county computer
budget was In'the black by only one tioned what situation the radio dispatching system to send out the bills.
l penny as long as the 82-83 ffacal year would be left in when rescue Clerk Brown said the county now has
ended in the black. Both Schaefer and ei, personnel left on a rescue or fire call. the capability of sending the bills out I
Mayor Vernon Silcox expressed the "I don't care what anybody says and keeping books for the rescue unit.
philosophy that the city, should pro-' they're not going to let volunteers go .. Resue unit member Paul West said t;
vide government at the least possible Adding Sugar 'n 'riSbic'e. down there and hang around. Dolph he'd do the billing. If necessary! that -she's'
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cost, thus should keep the budget In (Sheriff Dolph Reddish) won't. allow familiar 'With Medicare and
the black but not too much it," Chapman told commissioners. Medicaid.
make
money. either. / Bradford'" High majorettes j add color and action to the :'Sophomores, Mella"'Y '. am., Donna Parade* andSherri The physical plant of the jail Is too Rescue: unit member Scott Taylor
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'KimCasey, /! ? Z: small sheds would have to be built to ;paid association of a rescue unit witha
'Tucker explained l the budget balancing performance of Tornado marching. band each Friday, of Mr. and Mrs. Glen
is the
Norman daughter
process to thereto cutnmlsstan in night's football game. cover the rescue units and necessary: sheriff or police department makes \
,Norman.ICR-225Ahrth'>Lawtoy...n. Kristy John is office is not available at the the Job of rescue personnel more dif I
space
a work-session Tuesday,night; Sept.. The tend and majorette make'I It &look easy* but It
.the daughter .f Mr. and Mr*. Charles John* of Starke. '
Jail', Chapman pointed out. ficult. Taylor said he'd worked in a
n;The council went into session l long, ''takes,1I V'en1u1I of practice day.to.pulee' the,
M,. BudTanker
Tucker Is the of and Mr
Tootsle J *gbier ; *
'Plus Chapman pointed; out- his rescue unit connected'wlth law enforcement
to the shows the Marching'Tornadoes : ''
''J enough budget Ime.\! put qn
several 01 Brooker: ii rescue unit personnel ate trained as : Rescue' personnel should
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WNUS ...fire fighters and/or t IICle.workt but be accepted as neutral at crime lae."eldent' .- "
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Was:' ,I J :i.1..1/.! / "'.\ f I> :I ':'; ,d CM&AbL.Kdlq.Jobasj/.IIWI JIIIIIVIi..UallD.. Uonaia./. Ai'ji'lllt._ "a".Twkfll'Mint 1 .. .eye l fa.n y wr"" Lykpttgtgaass" *....... ke'Dadnedraredaiatbetsdaughter .'fr-noeTfe* dispatch mwIC'or *r..orref'' scene."8oinethina impossibleIf .......;;-t!.
told 4t by Commissioner Kotaland Lennonand I of Mr. and M Romeo Parado of Hampton' tional officers which. would be.hazardous connected with law enforcement.
; rear .,Angela,EpJM'fKrlsty Lake; Klan Casey W'tha "-a ghter ef Mr. and Mrs. dut). -
,I' Schaefer that accounts the revenue Jobu..'capta1s:. an'd'Angela Epps.'co-captain.' J'a... Casey of Hampton' Jake. '. In addition there Is space at the If the fire-rescue personnel are In-
sharing have been adjusted to fundbleachers' are In their third year on the majorette squad. Seniors Roialaod Lennon to the daughter of Rev and Mrs. former volunteer fire department volved in dispatch they wouldn't be
I orthat Edwards Road soft* and RosalandLewton Lennon of Is the daughter of too much benefit because they'd be'''
Sherrl! Gaaidnsy'Toe4ateTucker, junior Levy Starke.'Angela Epp' building now. unused, to:: house the
; ball the complex bleachers'are hi has the been budgot.Steel are,to,their,, second ,year. Newcomers are ,Mr! and Mrs. Harold Epp of Starke. rescue units and to build .offices and out so much, interjected Chairman
for obtained, Mosley. Sheriff Reddish needs an additional
I and the prison system will weld the, sleeping quarters. fulltime employee" to work in
: pieces Into support for bleachers.; Clerk Gib Brown said the billing. dispatch once the city a dispatching I
; Wood for the seats must still. be. obtained procedure should be put on the county's and: county fire calls are added,
Schaefer said. First Free Flour: To' Be divenway-- that computer. Brown plans to handle Mosley said.
t,. Job without hiring a new "Who's first- fire or rescue," ask
:. .Approved purchase of six used RV employee, but said there might. be ed New River fireman. James

tires from clerk Tucker at 125 each. Fifty-two hundred pounds :of all-: Flour will be issued In pound: begs..... Identification must be ''shown at some overtime Involved. Baldrce. ,
I, The tires are needed for one of the city purpose flour will be distributed by according to family size. each distribution site and no notes to "You-all Just don't have enough to .There will always be back up by the f
I buses and cannot be found locally. the Suwannee River Economic Council Revised Surplus Food. Guidelineswill pick up for anyone will be accepted. keep you" busy' with just fire and fire-rescue unit., Chapman said.If a i
tucker had six of the Urea in his to eligible families Thursday and make surplus food'available to Clients are asked to'pick up com rescue .Commissioner, Maxie Carter. rescue call comes In during a flrerun,
garage which he'd removed from his Friday. Sept 29-30, at the main, more needy families. Heads of modities at their regular distribution said. back up will be at the department to
recreational vehicle. Commissioner distribution center, the'RIB gym In households, who draw. SSI Food site. Speaking plainly, Carter said the man the rescue unit. Chapman said.
; Schaefer said as long as the council Stamps Or.. current unemployment SREC Inc.,will use the first day of commission was concerned about the
approved the purchase there was no hiss Is the first distribution of flour checks as well as AFDC families are distribution each month for the fire-rescue operation based at the fire Commissioner E.W. Hodges
: conflict. under the U.S: Department of, still automatically qualified. All other physically disabled handicapped department becoming another assured Balkcom it is the Intention of
\l '. Agriculture program make lurplus' ., ''families may now be certified basedon and those over 65 years of,age. bureaucracy. Chapman said he the commission that the volunteer
9'.Approved purchase of 'tin 'at 110 the' family income and the agreed that is a possibility but firemen will benefit from the new ar
available to families. gross
food needy Plans under to the '
are serve won't
way assured the commission it hap- rangement. Chapman said there will
j i per sheet from Utility SupL Merrill Distribution hours Thursday will be, number of persons In the home. homebound, who are bedridden by
.bees who has the used tin on hand from 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be The new guidelines have been in- the county Outreach Worker. The pen under him. a quicker response to the entire county -
With 900 rescue calls a "thereIs if the responsibility Is fire and
from' 'dismantling chicken bousea.CommlsslonerSchaefer..1d disabled creased to 130 percent: year
he handicapped
limited to distribution days will be held at the "
used tin level which the family not a whole lot of spare time, I rescue not law enforcement fire, and
: means may
and those over 65. / main distribution site only '
costs$19 per sheet locally. The tin will,, Friday hours from 8:30 aIm to 4:30: now make more money than before Chapman Bald.Chairman I I rescue. ,
be used to build shed at the city barn p.m.. will be for the regular distribu-. yet still be qualified to receive USDA For' further information, phone Lawrence Mosley'' then (See ReSCUe..P.3A) i iI
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blthe corner'' of" Palmetto. "and, rtioni, surplus food. 964-6696. interjected that he's been for locating

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ll I Gatorraldersflndjilchtng'youngsaurlansef'fortless located in Bradford County near a and he will begin realizing some In-

1'1 due to a series, of bad breaks forMorgan's ; t:, .\ :c.' .}]1, "'' .;' ) '.. Silver pond across Lake.County The Road well-fed 21-A from come.before It he will gets be a back long his time Investment however,

t. alligator nursery.: 'domesticated (to some extent) gators which he estimates at somewhere
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aren't aggressive,,Morgan says and near a quarter of a million dollars.
..' : the big fellows have dozed nearby -'
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for the $XSOO reward money being ,
It seems that fats just''wcded In .. .
while gatorraiders taped up the "That's what makes this loss of 150
favor of whoever staged the "great information on the gator"Morgan jaws of the 20-pound little ones which young gators. such, a setback," he
'later robbery'during the weekend of all No remnants ''
were tagged. or tapeor says. -
isn't hopeful
.And, too there
(Sept. 1718. Gator-bafter Don Morgan ii rz anything else was left behind as It takes about 30 to 40 acres of land
will be, In spite of having aid from the
I ot Keystones, Heights, suffered an
clues. to all
possible! support alligators, their
sheriffs from two. counties .Oame
:Estimated $46.000 loss inthe, uninjured -
r i eggs and offspring, an incubator
3-year-old due to. a Commission Investigator'from s Because of restrictions on it's use large enough to hold 1,200 or more
saurian Tallahassee and Lake City and ,a and other such Items
'series of bad for belts,shoes eggs, and a growing house. ;.where
it In the first place. It rained heavily! possibility that'the FBI might even } 1I the main market for gator hides lies baby gators are kept in water tanks
'that weekend washing away possible ,inter the case if the thieves should I 1 in countries overseas. The big marketfor and'the temperature is held at 86
< happen to transport the gators across is in the U.S. especiallyNew
footprints or tire tracks that might the meat degrees year 'round. If the 4
have been left by the hide-hunters. ,. '''state lines In an effort to "fence" York City where gator tails are temperature dibps too low, the gators
)tj P> In the second place, workmen one them, at the big gator roundup and considered a' gourmet. Item, and stop eating*nd,hence, stop
grow-
:building being enlarged by Morgan to tale ,schedule' for- Louisana, InDecemberT 1 1I 1r quite' expensive in haute canine mill

bouse a new .crop fJf 1,300 recently../ \ restaurants. The stolen gators, Because alligator farming Is such a
'hatched baby taton bad poured con-" It's 'federal offense however, would not reach a "ripe"stage new industry, many of the fine points \:
a to'have'any
which for marketing unitl next year
beta at both entrances, of the
aprons obtaining results
heal are to
'part of alt alligator In your posses % "t y when they would become profitablefor yet i
hardened and prevented ,
'bad already:
''any tell-tale clues being tefi.: sion.Morgan! says.;' ,their m at- n.-sr .' :.. > yy (;beworkedopO:; .:,<':lryS 1'MI'! '. ,j.

ft, In the third place workmen'oi the \ _" I, ''-'01t'.1' :rverjr" .Blsct>uMelnrf-when'' ..
building had trouble with ,Welt keys On the other'hand the small gator' Loss Not Covered... something, like this (the theft) takes I'
to they left the doors to the gatr hMM could easily be spotted Morgan, Morgan, who,.. s' he- had wo :ln-{ place,!,* -Morgan'' says Swjth a
mouse urilockedtoget hackle MCIOda1'tnomlni ,says, because they are bright black: surance on the'loot alligators. Is one of philosophical a'n.'
and finish the Job '* and yellow and tbeir bodies are fatter' less than a dozen such farmers the
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I- In the fourth place, although! locks'Un I:, and chuaWer due to better food while 't state. He dog his first breeding pond_ .Jl'In" the meanwhile he
retted In The Jokes "I
/ the gate to thein..toreom-- ,natnf captivity. meet isatoo about three years ago, and It haab ? ;wonder there's
!W und were tiMtroken;* rwd by the more tender and sells for up to all outgo" since that time. 'been anygator

fmuse of MorpD'I'IIGrI.SOIIM.'tIIIIo, I sad. In contrat wildvns. '",.A44'Invl\, 'lit t a+ -' iV ,"" ; ,,: In another;'yea, some of Ida'oldlf ..f f HflthUF! GatorJra\nlng. \ table. 4 4qateltr
dldaltars : ,
pound fo their : V .., ,' v' "i: : ;, (f..t ,\1 t "h.1.
lives on the plfce gave ready sear'' $ ill' l' : : A, -( Ji; 1. : ,V :X f
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And '!! just so, '. ; & ;f'1/f/ Ii' ).t; ,I.j'! ,:, : L
to the gator quarters "
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happened that Scott* hedhejsr,was. ,', ... 1"", 'il'wOnd,6 ;Jf ther $rkeenryanx3gator: '$teaks orlfi; ((' t
|>way when.the theft occurred,r: .. Mu..M, sajm'.thc: thieves hit':the .. .., .. N" t, ........., Gator : )
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three SewaM where his btaoest gatorr;%1"4!( : : ./. ........,. the,UF Gator. trainirlgtable lately.? ; i
'tlewari o' .red.. 11Nld!"",'WnUl their YoUtI@ters.H.'-*? ." j. ': ,. .', ,I'mvn ..'.., 'I: n *; '' ---t' *'iw.fVlf. / .1... *". *"'>(_ .
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BUS Alive Again... 1'espwuse Utrasa wIU .............. ..... ..V S'
The hall were alive with the sound percent registered. The student council
of students a. they entered the same had hoped to reach a'goal of 70 percent .
routine they have nine months of the and although it dido quite reachIt
year..school, mania I! It was a definite improvement from t -, ..
Even though everything is the same last year!IIIFreshman/
around campus the schedule of three yp "1a
classes this year Is new different and Elections... .
well liked by the students. Congratulations to' the winners of .
the Freshmen elections. The winning .
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Student Council... officers were: President Jackie I 3I
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Nguyen,. Vice-President Kim Sapp. _
This year the student council is Secretary Pricllla Welch. Treasurer .'ws
really working hard to get things goIng -
Sherrie Harrell, and Senators Maria ( 4
organize around activities.Sue school. and. to help Lynn.Thomas Greg Wiggins and" Tammy Ywr ,jn 2

Smith chairman of public relations .
for the student council says Clubs and Organizations....
"We have a lot of goals set for this .
year and we're hoping it will be better The Key Club a service organization "
for high school studentshad' a "
than past
One goal years.for this year is to build outlook fantastic start! !this. year' and. has a new TRADE : .

school students.spirit The and Student boost morale Council among has Under the direction of President ,i

already been working this area by Donna Thornton the Key Club Is ac-
t sponsoring a'"Class of the Year* ,tive and has already' started. service ,".. ..i.
competition In which each class competes projects. JJN& VE" '
by earning points for the most "We're looking forward to a very. ... '. {'f 11U.
'spirit. Throughout the school year successful yearn"!! Donna states.
be achieved in different Sponsor of the club is history Instructor -
ways points, may such as participation in pep Wanda Smith. New club officers ..iI'n SAWCHAIN TRADE 'N SAVE TJM&. u.- i iiE3
rallies. The most recent competitionwhich are: President Donna Thorn- -, N,
will be carried out throughout ton, Vice-President Tony Diggs Bring us your old ,:'11 4
the year at all home football games. Secretary Selina'Cassels Treasurer .. /' \ worn out chain,from .
Points may be earned by Just supporting Jason Bennett and Assisting your !=chain saw'and gel; ; ''
the Tornadoes at the games.There Secretary Tammy Morrow. a "trade in"allowance' towards the purchase of v; !

the will ticket be a gate box for and each students class are inside Paris Anyone.... Art Under the Open -... the new 72LG Super Guard:'.or any other qualv1. 'i"h};I.

asked to put their ticket stub in the If you are Interested In traveling to Students from Mrs. Bobble Sue O'Brlan's high school advanced ity OREGON chain. ,You'll be ready to cut V. !.. )k
box for their class.The class with the London and Paris this summer go by took advantage of the new schedule this week by taking up sketch pads art class and .wood like new At a price like the days of old. '.; *
most ticket stubs will earn the and' see Mrs. Wanda Smith during .
pencils and going down to Walnut Street In Starke.The students drew some
most points and will be that much fur study hall.Freshmen. of the historic houses there to help them In their exercises on perspective. .
C.oMAalrfAwfrssmEsa
ther along in the competition. The (Above l-r) (OREGON) '
Class.... Angle Coleman. Jay Rodgers and Bryan Padgett drew one .
class with the most points at the end house while further down the street, (left, i-r) Ken Crawford watches Karl ,
of the year will receive a cash prize A Freshman class meeting Is set Lelthelser at work on a drawing of his own house. ., .. .'.
from the student. council. Good, tonight (Thursday. Sept. 29) at 7:30: ., .
Luck II!!!II ll I p.m. In the B.H.S. library.All '
members of the Parent '5.00 Trade-In for your old, worn out \'f
Voter registration has been held by Organization Class Officers and .HOMECOMINGMorgan
Student Council. A student must get a Class Sponsors are asked to attend. It Chain or FREE sharpening of your ,.. (l'- ':
voter registration card to be able to concerns plans for homecoming and Road Baptist ,Church good used chain (a *5" value) ; r.'::( .
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vote at any elections held during the all Freshmen are asked. to encourage .
school year. There was a good their parents to come. County Road 233 Starke, .When you, buy a New i' ;

Sunday. October' ;,; ..
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. School Lunch MenuBradford J DINNER ON THE GROUNDS EVERYONE WELCOME Oregon' AT Chain. <,'r !lB., .,', J, ,

County Middle School ptoa, mllkahaka.Weeae .. Special Music by the Weeks Your Chain Saw '
Family Headquarters ,,
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and all elementary schools d.y.October"a.pnu.. hamburger..,ranch .

cabbage M_.,.tint October,peaehei....,."hot portion roll.milk.came pita, Pina rriea.mlltoh.kee.Tairaday.,cnaoaeburgera.Friday October. French. IHca, mllkitialua, I Interperter SUNDAY far the deaf. Pastor: James Parish. Starke, Power Equip. ; ::. :; 'r

; Taewlay.. octeker 4-Plna, aalad. buttered. corn ,October 1-Hamburiara., SCHOOL WORSHIP "t
cherry cobbler cake milk.W.d.Nday. IIIIIkohIIIIoo,punch frteoI. ptaia.. 9-45 a.m. 11DO 322 S..Walnut 964-8568'. ;
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Oetaker tsioppy Jo*on Bus trench. I "
frlea "hahma, ,
pear cootie rank:
: .n"......".October tlonidog. chMM Mill, rtca. L _
: tomato gravy,mm beam,E.T. .bar,milk. .
: ..rid.,. October T-Chlcken Noodle.. buttered THI BRADFORD
Sraenpeaatoarrota,fruit t
cup tt. peanut butler
Jelly undwteh.,milk.Bradford COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

County High School Publish very Thursday

: _. at 139 W. Call Street
M ; Ocieke* a-Hamburaar on Bun, Mtuca k I
pickle..trench" Irtaa peacfaaa,cookie,milk.
I Stark. Florida 32091
.\ Tueoda,. Oc..Baked turkey, riee. gravy
green beam, yellow. cake. w/ntneappla, tapping
: blaculta. milk Second Class postage paid at
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7 19.422 1.629 J14 27.13J! 2.304 532 SPIRIT"CANISTER
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Bus Rules '
were recognized by the School Safety 'are: '
Board this week for their efforts at Cross streets at corner or lights. Doyle Boatwrlght
Robert Banks
maintaining a good safety record in Stand away from the road while Linda Boatwrlght, Ida Lee Brown,
'r, ;J ,rxF ; preparation for School Bus Driver waiting on your bun Tedrlck Brown John Burch, Rita
,, +- ? Safety Week Oct. 29.
v+"Ah'MrH1w,' 'sours't rNr .wrymvvea Chllson, Nancy Coleman Joyce Collins -
Governor Bob Graham recently
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declared next week the statewide Enter the bus In an orderly fashion Alberta Dell Jacqueline
Griffis
School the directions of the school ington, Brenda Fertlg, Betty
Bus Driver Safety Week. 'and, follow Patsy Griffis, Johnny Jackson, Bren-
Superintendent Tom Casey Jr., pus driver, he or' she is in charge of da Jones, Johnnie Johns Alta Mae !
commended the Bradford County 'your safety. < Mattox, Mary Mayben, Jackie Morrow -
y drivers on the safely records they Remain In your seat and keep your Lillian Podejko Ruth Roberts, .,
.h have maintained. bead and arms inside the windows at Hazel,, Sapp Dianne Snow, Cora
The Bradford school district uses 31
all times. Stalnaker, Etta Thornton, Edna
school buses to transport 2903 Tralnor, Marian Underbill, Marjorie '
Be courteous. '
school .
students to and from each day.
Wade, James and Willie
These buses travel more than 1975 Waif for the driver to signal that Williams. Walters
miles each day., or 355,300 miles per. the road is clear before you cross.In ':'
year.. front of the bus. Bradford County substitute school
To any motorist a flashing yellow .If you drop something close to the bus drivers are:
'light means caution and a flashingred bus do not bend over and pick it up.
light means stop. The school bus Wait until after the bus has gone. Robert Brown, Jr.,Sammie Griffis,
warning system follows the same When you bend down, the driver cannot -' Mary Griffis, James Countryman,
r rules. A flashing yellow light means see you and may think you have Debra Norman Judy Osteen and Carl
caution the bus u about to stop. A Stancil.
TJ flashing red light means stop already crossed the street.
students are entering or leaving the

d.,. .,....ic,. a.. ... .a. ....,,..-. ..o... +.n.. ... .. ..-.. .,.,,. .:..1' bus. Loading and unloading on a bus is a

very dangerous situation for children, .
especially younger children. They Announcing ....".".,". ...!
may not be watching traffic as closely #.
i' as they should. Cars from both directions the appointment of -
are required by law to stop whena
bus is loading or unloading. Stan Rosenberger, Ph.D. j
Encourage your children to follow
the rules. If they have problems, find Registered Representative I
out what I the problem Is from the 1
.4 driver before becoming angry. Investors Diversified Servicesand
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cur outside the bus, the school systemis IDS Life Insurance Company
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not responsible for the students un- Minneapolis, Minnesota i
til they are loaded on the bus. '
We are proud of our drivers and Personal Money Management. f Plans:>> .:
their record They are doing a great '
Job, but as they travel their routes Investments-Insurance
each day, our word to them Is "Be Sales ,
I Cult Powers, District Manager '
very careful you are hauling a "
precious cargo' that goes special 329 NW.:60th 51, Goln.tvlll. 3781773
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Bradford Bus Drivers Are Dedicated, Safety,Conscious...' the Encourage basic safety your rules children, to obey IDEAS TO HELP YOU ,i

'(Top) John'Burch. of bus t2; ushers Stark*'Elemen- years experience are Alberta Dell: Brenda Jones, Willie WMANAGEMONEY. IJ
student on the but after a day at school.Burch and Williams. Margie Wade aad Hazel: Sapp. Not show isJames
tary drlve.are recognized In Bus Driver Safety Waters who has 25 years of experience ,more -- .-. -. j'
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(Bottom hr) Bradford bus driven with more than 20 '
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board was to save" Cliff Chapman. And Chief Crouse That cannot be done; An LUED Company \ \
Id *-> of the questioned the board pointedly about ,in the county. / \ 'I '
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unit personnel Mosley said. 1 ,
dollars by using rescue where the commission will go with the overnight Texgqs t
for 'radio ,dispatching during non- firemen Iin.he next ;two or, three The county Is growing, Mosley aid,3 ,
emergency periods Bald Comissloner : ;and stressed that the commission and : OLD I
Homer+, Ilan", who : then added years. "What progr ;'.rw. i* jlng to,, .volunteer. firemen must work take ", tI :
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'should not be based.at the "Talk! Speak out!"' Fire Committee every year" but well ,
Jail. Maxie Carter urged his direction. 496-2220 I
Chairman STRIKES-
If the commission ha gone this far. fellow.commissioners, asking for a "We're all for this, Crouse said .. '
''.It might as well get things going( in the <\ meaning the new fire-rescue operalion. I
right direction, said Chairman committment."Will .there 'be more dollars,'* Chief Crouse called for mutual.
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"We'rer planning for. consideration and understanding. -
Moaley; noting Crouse persisted meaning nthan

.'., "''i""the.:"Lett future Jet'started today." ," said Commissioner the current by.the commission.S8.700 spent on Chief fire protection Crouse-, countywon't Commissioners"take assured over"Crouse the the ; TANK 11\\ 1

.;''"' .j E.;.. (Nook J) Normanv : cited f a serious need' for modern. ." ,first. volunteer that emergency fire departments services and director said'I FRE INSTALLATIONS

c" Cooperation Sought,.'* class"We equipment.have to, djust, plan ahead:' Cliff Chapman will coordinate fire'''f .
for the
.f>:t"i LawteY fire Chief Bill CroUse wa. .said Chairman :Mosley. speaking Increased and rescue services
< questioned at.length about whether' seriously\ to Crouae."Equipment-will. benefit of all.
installation
..f' the. volunteer'. ,firemen will. word 1. with, be the first. thing. "(,> : '. \i i.i '' i is offering FREE TANK l

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I r*?:JLL'wll: E.Tonilins6ANaJiiedToDevelopmehi' ; w ) Auth. with FREE Hook-Up

Jim'Womack,", .

businessman. Wiley Langford, who. Guy Andrews. % .., appliance.
Jim Woraack'and J.E. Tomlinson resigned. ': Womack Is president of Stump's your
have been appointed to the 7-memberp _Dept.'Store, Inc. Tomlinson Is presi-
Bradford County Development Other current members of the dent oT the'Florida Bank'at tarke.
I Authority; by Gov. Bob qrtham.Tb 'Development Authority ,are ,L.M. ,,Both have received confirmation of 'SatisfiedCustomers
fonner aitorney Gaines chairman; ;James Waters, their, appointment 'according to, We Want More .
.,; *' two replace I Bill Gus Kbpelousos,.and Chamber Manager iU Wilson: ,. -
Jest. Wolbert. ,and" I iliiro skee. Alderman- . ,. '.' ." '

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I An Interchange of culture and history awsmps, i Inhabited mainly by unfriendly many years'I operated a Steamboat on the !laborers concocted'a.romantic story afcxwit
between Florida and the Island of Minorca, Indians. After the Indian Wars of the less St. Johns River between Palatka and this new place called Florida where! ;*rt.r
,, ", J"', off the coast of Spain -an event ofspooi.i.interest and "40s.- however,,the interior;began to Jacksonville 'chin-ofn' BMW George a law yean work for Dr.: 'j'urnbtiI they
to many;Bradford Countlans of open up and two young brothers born ot Canova later became a merchant in Mac would M free to own their own land,That
Minorcan descent. t-)wilt! take place early in Minorcan families that had established several of his sons Paul, Ed. sounded good to the Minorcan,,farmers.
October. homes iq St. Augustine a'decided to etplore and Joseph (Joe) later came to Start* because all they had known for the past
A group of approximately 80- .young, the rich farm lands AlleexiisMichhaael where they reared )large famiUes'one of ,three years! was crop failureS and famine,
Bonds Between : Minorcan linger, dancers' and musicians l' sona Fran family the best I Known'offspring' being .the late Before long,'hundreds of Minorcans had
will make a one-week tour of and N., received Federal land Judy Canova; popular, singer and come signed of indenture and were ready
i Florida from Thursday, Oct. 6, through grants to 40 acres each for their services Iq dienne! of stage movie. *,:and radtfe.! I to papers Dr.' T\JmbuU..OiOet of eight
the made their to ,
Wednesday Oct. 12; with scheduled performances Indi.n.Va..Both way ships headed for Florida. ,

MinorcaFlorida and. other Florida- in-St. cities.Augustine, Gainesville. /: )U. PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: ; ; : The carlo of i,loo colonists, .test 148 who,

: had 1 died at tea, landed at New Smyrna,
The tour is under the auspices of the' ;: : : ' '. the largest Iinl.'greup'ct! l ) < .
Florida Department of, State and the '. ; St. Augustine Sunday, Oct. ., 3 p.m. and became arrive loftnerlcr. But'
to
Plaza andthroughstreets EuropOalt i ever
45-minutefolklorlc In
Minorcan Heritage Foundation a recently I ; performance Janded'M turnedtatSrSfiSSanJ ,
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organized group of which Guy Andrews of : '- of Old city.ainesvine .- *. ./ .:.;. out *. TurnbuU never
Enhanced Starke; Willlann H. (Bill) Green of a "'' IetUe .and
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by many
,: Tallahassee, and X.L. Pelllcer of St. ," : ; ;-'Monday, Oct. 10;8 ,,:mo; 4.-' he expected had fuod to:.and recruits supplies for less than halt I ,,' .

Augustine are among the founding dire- Performance, Songs ,and native dances, In.Reitz Union' the number who arrived.The 600 African
,.i tors.The auditorium,. University Florida :. .' slaves he had promised colonists to aid,
two appearances of the Minorcan .In clearing thejand had all perished at sea.

Cultural Tout entertainers in this area will be of interestto the Starke area In 1857, about the time the For nearly ten years the Minorcan lived
the public, and the Turpbuh's'TroublesThe
general especially first railroad was built through this area ; .In misery and regret. TurnbuU and Ms'overseen
;' residents large group who of Bradford trace and'their Union County and the first postoffice was established. ; story 0;the Minorcan ':colonY' has dealt harshly with the settlers/ -
,:' back to tile'ill-fated can heritage Francis N. settled on a tract of land near become .one .of Florida's moet'cqlorful, who made'an unsuccessful.and futile attempt '. '
1 r'r't established On Andrew farming Turnbull colony the present southwest limits of Starke and legends, It began In 1763.at the close of theSeven to revolt: '.' '*, "' ',{''
I, by at Alexis Michael made his way Years' War-when Spain gave Great American Revolution to be!":
proved
I. New Smyrna, on the East Florida coast In time affil : The
to the New section.At
1768. DrTurnbq)1) had visions of making a River Britain number of possessions Including 'the salvation of the unhappy colonists.The '.,,,
I' fortune but due to a succession of of Bradford County was still a part of Columbia Florida and a small island off. the coast,of. 'new British of Floridaconcem-':; ,
....:II?!' failures and Considerable mismanagement crop ;and later was partitioned Into(New Spain, called Minorca:: '' ed that.Turnbull's governor inhumane treatment, of y '

'I' /,; .. the colony soon failed and most of River Bradford County before it finally. 'beeame the Minorcana might make them become'?
the Minorcans made their. way. on foot to. in 1861. About that time a Scottish physician allies for the American Insurgents, began. : .
St. Augustine., 'brothers derive named to take note of their troubles. Stories oftheir
From these two many Andrew Turnbull applied' for 'a i'. '
At that time the Interior of'Florida'was prominent Bradford Countians including grant of 100,000 acres in Florida at a place. pain and suffering were so distress \'
largely dense Forests and impenetrable'etNTORiALS Circuit Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green.,,Jr.; ex- with the forbidding name of Mosquito In- ing abused that the settlers governor released arranged from to Nave their the
Governor'and Senator'Charley I!<. Johns let He-received the grant and quickly
and son, Jerome j Bill Green. Tallahassee change) the name of the place to New peonage to Turnbull. The destitute sealer.then :*
and'began
Andrews builder and 'after his'wife's lipped away from New Smyrna ;
attorney, and Guy Smyrna birthplace, m, ,
the
owner of "commercial develOfments.ibCentra Greece. Turnbull then set .off to find a a three-day trek on foot,up cpast'to "'
],,and North Florida.: group of peasant laborers to clear. the land St. Augustine where they' begah to-- .
: and farm It..A few Greeks and Italians make. a new life: ;': 7
: Another' family of Minorcan'descent, were signed into indentured service and, Today there are many descendents'J., '
with members still In Starke and nearby assembled at the :British-held port of the long-suffering but stalwart Mtnorcanx: \.-
areas,is that of Capt.Paul Bartola Canova Mahon. Minorca, preparation for the, filling positions of leadership and respon.'4sibility 1
who,was reared in St. Augustine and for: voyage ,to the New World., Here, the in aU walks of life ,' j' $..
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Here's the record of witticisms (or It's hard to believe that this'last and : : "

perhaps we should'say "Watticisms") most crude of all "Watticisms" came as' '. ; frj. Georgia-Pacific Pulling' Out of Indonesia }': : i'; I

by Secretary of the Interior James B. (I the embattled Secretary of Interiorwas .... .', >
Was Only Kidding!) Watts: already buss fighting for: political survival t ,' -w.', ;,)JItii.\..
: In orer to save his hide hewas Officiate J of' Atlanta-based: 'the..giant Weyerhaeuser" "CO:, size of Georgia-Pacific" throwsin the Journal reported that in
1981 (speaking to a of California the said
group Georgia-Pacific Corp. say the. the';only' other American towel an executlve' the second quarter of >1983,
farmers) : "I never use the words reportedly' trying hard. to project' a new, company is negotiating to.sell ,timber company to operate In of a U.S.-based- G-P earnings fell 21X from a
Democrats and Republicans. It's m o r e' 'its' remaining timber; and that country. chemical'company.' year'.'.arller :to $56;.million]
liberals and Americans." He was only moderate plywood Interests iq Indonesiadue 'According to the Journal from$711J1IIiion.However,the
joking Watt said later.. ..image as .a to financial considerationsand The Journal quoted sources'as story. The! chairman of In-' company said that'on,a.pre-
conserva"tionist: a' hew conservative line' saying u-P s' withdrawal donesia's Investment Board tax basis operating earningswere
being' taken 'would be a blow to Indonesian more than four>,times
= by management';, called the company' ,
1982 Watt wrote Israel's and
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toward Of Investments.GeorgiaPacific : industry and to U.S. InterestsIn withdrawal 'simply, normalfor their-year-earlier'levels. In
bassador to the UN warning that U.S., coalitionbuilder. that country. "And it's got a foreign investor whose the first half'profit declined
support for his country could be jeopar- But' -r '- i is oWner of' to affect the investment parent company Is'facing ,10", to $tie million from, $96
dized if Jewish liberals opposed the apparently.tL. ? 'the 5.318 acre 'Santa Fe' climate when a company theAlachua' financial problems> million a year ago.r '
Swamp.in Bradford, and
Reagan administration's energy pro- he is so r ,

gram." Watt promptly apologized, pro- enamouredwith mine fur-peat Countieswhich"1 to be used it for'fueling proposes its to

mising to be more 'sensitive In the his.'own' r:; ,Palatka'WOOd products mill.

future. image ,.:of 'According to an August 22: story in the
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January 1983: Watt apologized to himself as a = WM Sbwt. ".,..... G-P backed out of a planned r
American Indians for calling' their wit (at :theexpense ._ ales million pulp-and-p) 'per milling ven- l: i .'
ture on the island of Sumatra and its In. -
of ; I xpY
reservations "shameful the .
examples of others) doneslan:partner M. Hasan has been : i '''i' wuh
failures of socialism" with the that :'
highest negotiating since early'August to buy t'GP
rate of unemployment, drug abuse, he just can'tresist 3q 4 Interests. ..: ,

alcoholism, and veneral disease, in the an opportunity ,. James .Watt.- c Qeorgia-PaciflcV'withdniwal: );: In-" "
.. to : 1
\ country. irtdne&iQ would follow IIlmlla'W- ctlon by
: 1983 "*- fc3i"P show off his cynical; smarts.: _._.,,,r _..,. y ,
January : Watt compare his environmental r m
critics to communists and With his gross gaffs, Mr. Watt has

Nazis in their pursuit of centralized succeeded in alienating many membersof FORESTRY--
ugh
planning and control of society. his own party in Congress: One of his '', +
most vitriolic critics, Republican IN [ ,4 H7
April 1983: Watt touched off a furor by Senator. D.'Amato of New York called 9RADFORD COUNTY, : -1

banning the Beach Boys from the Watt; '''a ..disaster' 'a "grade-A 1

capital's July 4 celebration because Jackass," "an absolute colossal bigot." j ,

they attracted "the wrong element". Many advisors, both in Congress and on JrFA Members: "
President and Mrs. Reagan promptlylet the White House staff are urging 'Mr.
it be known they both were fans of Reagan to jettison Watt before he does' Corn' \>>ettt ia i Contest' .. .
the Beach Boys, thereby qualifying :.t ,
irreparable damage to the President'sreelection
On Wednesday Sept. 28. the' Future
them for Mr/Watt's "wrong element".
hopes but so far without
Farmers of America (FFA) will competein
September 1983: Watt further in- avail. After all, Mr. Watt is; Mr. the annual forestry contest: All high
furiated already infuriated minoritiesby Reagan's boy and is doing just the kindof schoolchapters In''the northeastern
telling his Republican buddies on the anti-environment 'Job that the boss Florida area are eligible to compete:This,
event;will be held at the Austin Carey
U.S. Chamber of Commerce that his appointed him to do. The fact that he Is. Memorial Forest,'on Waldo Road near
(Watt's) advisory panel on coal sales doing it in an abrasive, arrogant, offen Fairbanks.' '.' '. Distr Governor Visits Rotary;

had "every kind of mixture..a black, a sive, and callous manner does not, seem The contest' will host ': the '.following ,
District t Governor Richard J Anderson (right),of Gainesville, Dr.Berg;
congratulates
to bother Mr.
woman, two Jews, and a cripple". .Reagan. events .
,nard J. McFadden, president of the Starke Rotary Club on the schedule of community
Hours later he sent a letter of apology to So Mr. Watt continues his b'uil-in-the- 1. estimation oe?' timber 'valueby. ..,. activities planned by the local club for the new Rotary year. ,
the President, whose walls, according china-shop routine, apparently,believ-r eyesight. *. Gov.Anderson;a professor emeritus of psychology! at the University Florida: *,visited
to Mr. Reagan's daughter, Maureen, ing that 'one good insult deserves Biltrn Eck;of; .
"already with Watt /:r" *, : .. :*;"' iyassembly of officers and committee chairman the morning. In addition to sponsoring
are
papered", another and apparently with. the. 3. land area calculation, by pactog.* ,' *the annual Rural-Urban Day which opens the annual county fair, Rotary sponsors Troop
apologies. : President's blessing.. ; .,: tree identification6haectlXnd *' >'" TO, Boy Scoots,'provides four scholarships for students at Santa Fe Community College
{ v .' :" :disett Identification.?: tAll 'and contributes; .funds to the Rotary Foundation for, the foreign student exchange program -

trophies will be donated by one of the ;- '
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local Umber companies! '" ( ; : : '

Don't Cart Off Instructor. .*, Paul" Hutchbis,.dreg XlvarefVnd 'County ,Agehfsrl; tib .
I Those :
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Shopping Cart Mrs; Jlli"Maxwell have; fielded two' I' ; ;
Bradford FFA teams to:'compete.. these t : ,
eve Students have been sharpening up ,::. 'bYBobby'Taylor'' :
their skills and a good showing is expected.The '' .
Folks who "just happen" to have ,customers: who do bot "remove"-: carts skills students practice for this com Bradford County Agent : ."

supermarket shopping carts or milk :and crates: ,' must'also help- pay. for. ;the' petition will be valuable tricks which.they While :commercial, production of !varieties for this'area' are"''lorida';" Behe'\ :

crates around their property would do ones that are stolen i could use O!' a farm that has. pine timber; strawberries is concentrated: in 'a. few Dover, and Florida.90. .:" :. "

well to return them to the stores before Cart thievery" and'} ;'vandalism costs The following(! students will compete' for areas of our county they can be grown in 'w., tecommend p1anting'strawberrles.

October 1. That's when the new law goes Florida retailers an. estimated '$10 the Bradford( IP'FA Chapters' home gardens, throughout our area.This on raised beds which are two feet wide and

,. into effect, imposing a $1,000 fine andora million annually, with the average,loss Ann 'Ba ie j ,Tracy Bolllnger, 'Lynn 'week them.111 discuss" strawberries' and how to ,spaced two feet apart. The bed should be
year in jail for having such items Bowen. Allen Davis Mark Davis Donna grow mounded so they're six inches high along
to individualgrocers' placed at $1,500. Dorminey,>Chuck; Goodowna Kyle1 Harrison I By nature Strawberry plants are peren the edges* and bout eight inches high in
around the premises if they are in fact .
The Florida dairy industry also loses $1 'the middle. -
,Vickie Hudson,Clint Hutcfaeson An- nial.But for various reasons w.raise them r-
unpaid for possessions. million irr; plastic crates each year at a dy Norman;Jim:Norman Evelyn Pennell, 'as an annual crop in our area. The time to' '!in preparing U beds
,' Mere possession of such items is considered cost of$3 each, which amounts to about' Kim SaPPotLlSa Snivey Bryan: Stephens, set new plants In the garden Is from now'' .Ullzatlon! ,,For .a>* 10x10 you foot begin strawberry with fer-

i;\ a crime under the new "Carts, half a cent for each gallon of milk sold.It' Vicki 'Thomas;Beth Underbill. 'Lee White., ; through the law-November-/ When 'winter patch, broadcast about 2Vk pounds of.-.-.
cool and short
comes, nights
will
and Greg days .
fertilizer
Cases Baskets and Boxes Act" passed WL4kersoa;! ", and spade it into the SOil'Then;
; something for i.onsulikei's to think ,cause' the plarn.fto'bet1It'I' flowering form
,
The teaJrior chapter that capture first. the' beds And !
I apply another, %*>b
by the 1983 Legislature. State Attorney about the-next time'they're.tempted to place overall will go.to the state compete: Flower forrned after the flrstkilling frost- 'pound of famiiw; >is time.hf a narrow
General Jim Smith doubts, however, "scrounge" a cart for a barbecue pit or bon, held at th>Forest, Festival in Perry In ef: early spring will develop.IntO fruit. ttttSttzSsKSssss-fei

that any store manager would' press, to take' Junior for ra ride around the October: | -4 '/ ./ ; / .' trrnprohe spring.harvet'continue! ,
charges customers who have*removed park. Best of luck" to pie teams::and theIr.In-: er gets' grow strawberries you should also include

such items, return them to where. structon' HOW,about*first place showing, "w : the days'grow'longer.. the'. the a complete first m.lxture of ninny element In.
planU-'wmi..st season '
J let's do 1th" ;'! p producingberries.and fefWser application! ,.,
they belong.. fwmine '
$ .( : start ; runner, the runners take When: U bed Ia.PI'OPerIr fomedfeis
It seems that shopping carts which Editorial Merest root and become fclanta.'Mort home )iilzeot and mcatefed : ibeet
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As required by law and Ia the of fairsad :t ''gardeners( destroy,these plants and start .covwit a
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cost around $70 to replace are 'often : polythy! _:
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objective coverage of editorial material submitted -e'. i over again Uj the(all; t "ThJt I.tbe'mueb
"carted" away by customers because ky this. aewipaper, parUcalarly .* It applies -' ,. .:>; ..,... ., ,' .. ;StrawberrieVcari; bi grown on juit about .trawberrtet< Iii tuI'recomme atejL'Then\ cut much slits for to':
nice-to have around the Editor the
to the following
they are so Letters M policy li. all the coil typerw* have in our area.Our ?the pnaUc.wheretheplants.wUl .laMrted. -
house. Sometimes they are even used'as will 1M' fallowed without variation. Letters to the -!"!- : I sandy soil with a good quantity of organic :'In/.the.j)4\Iituret'methodwe'*
Editor mast be origin they must be dated, and '" "': .1 the best discussing '
portable barbecue pits. Plastic milk matter Strawberries well' plants cbould qe/ act in double
signed by the writer wae must Include Us addressand ::0; .. ,
crates also have a variety of uses, including 4elcph.ne umber.,which may be subject to J" dralne" soil which.I Is! moist, pat,not.weti'it's .about'J'OW''''omit nChextroosorrtAs' bed.
stacking them up to make room verlflcallMi before printlag.(These requirements. ,:! ; '1.0', 'l/pportant.. to:' plant.. itrawberry'' shouW.be! J spaced( i2'l.IIch j ; .. ..
dividers. < $. are the result of Florida Statutes KM.03. and are :, 1 varieties which have provnv.thennelvea 'rowt Be sure that lh )NIrMn the
applicable without choice.) N* leroxed copies .( ,. :+ under ourgrowing'conditions.: ..'Our. bast- ,over the fertiliaer no 1'IJe_are ash directly.
An estimated $13 million worthofr!' any: letter will! be accepted..a..IH8( the writer ,7: ," : commercial varieties are Dou..and 3njoia *.- the bed because band down the troiddle*,
carts, crates, and boxes are stolen in signs his.r her Mme lit Ink;and Include the: 'address .t '. < ::, 'hcy .wul.aljM #o,1wa.Sl. in. yoW; tltld ean; !lead to salt bum:;:
Florida annually, and thia lotus' of aid phone ... !Contonl must pass the .gordea,; i, 'Be;strcetdt 'fee:reertihed 'iitts; ae:freflj
is right back to con- editorial department's standard Rood taste. be >*:.e .wf.c.+nlo i, &,*ststo-Wth" {'; : .JBott will aJao'live good yields of large plants..Keep them' moist orTp
course, passed ; confined I* a rea #{ .fbl leniphir and be thathbshest' and plant In moist soil. Spread the roottS
may .r" > Pe &!? : }; ,.fruit and they fern resistant to a common ,
sumers In the form of higher gr&cery limited to two (I) fr.ai each Individual per monthat Iiqr-},,""Y, .1..IF-: : '"(riant disease called anthracnow.1 Besides'.Sequoia fen Miaw Mt the-plants At the correct

prices. The only trouble is, tl.at' the ohftor's, .lseretJee., "- per. sIpliea,. .'!!i... ',: p' .+ jpg ? an* Douglas y,rl .tlwjh .best. 'depth round III the; lOll, and" park the soft firmly.
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:Sheryl Thompson and Daniel Riddick
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}a "Wed. Aug., 20 at Hampton. Lake .v: :.", \! Social ::SideOf, The News !,


Miss Shei-yl Lynn Thompson lather 'chose .. I" '! .
a white gown of knit '':,.,..1'' '
8 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. chiffon With high neckline outlined bya .;.iI1'j
Thompson of Gainesville, and Daniel sheer ruffle. The yoke of schtffle .) Gladys Mooty Society Editor, 964-7608 ;
Lee Riddick- son of Mr. and Mm, was embroidered with English netting '. }; .
i Joseph F. Riddick of Stark, were and featured short ruffled ,f
united in marriage at 6 p.m August sleeves and fitted bodice.: The full ..
t. With Rev:Don Scheetz.performing the skirt and chapel length train was encircled -
nuptials. with rows of self ruffles and I'F Club Catherine R. Padgett
... The double-ring ceremony took lace. Her fingertip veil was attachedto News. Win High
f place atrthe new home of the couple on a Venice lace cap edged by scallop Springs
: Hampton Lake, The wedding arch and seed pearls. She carried a rr ',:. h Beauty Pageant
t was comprised of red daisies, white cascade bouquet of sweetheart roses, Weeks, U.D.C... rl9t

mums in a background of ivy and carnations, lily-of-the-valley and To Meet Oct. 5 Catherine Raye Padgett, age 5'/i, ','i
magnolia leaves. Bouquets of red baby's breath tied. with red.satin < won the 1983 Little Miss rings
.
gladiolus stood at the base of the ar- streamers. The W.T. 'Weeks chapter, U.D.C. Pageant, held Sept. 24 in High Spr

il chway.wlth potted' palms placed. at The wedding reception, attended by will meet Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 3 p.m. ings.-She received a crown, trophy, .,'
f j either end. some 150'guesla, was held In- the In St. Mark's Parish House with Mrs. t banner, $25 savings bond, a fashion :
e]:' Presenting a program onf, elect, lakefront yard. The bride's table, Herbert Thomas and Mrs. Cecelia jeans Barbie Doll, and. many. other '
music' were Beth Francis the punch and'refreshment tables were r Terwillegar, hostesses smaller prizes.
trie piano and. Drew, Andrews, covered with white linen cloths' and Raye will be riding in the 1983
soloist. decorated. with bouquets of red and 'l'Woman's Alachua-High Springs Christmas' '
I Alvin Murner attended as best man. white carnations. The four-tiered Club Parade which usually consists of over ;'
Ushers were D.J. Riddtck, brother of .wedding cake was decorated with red Executive BoardThe 100 entrants and hosts It is aired live
the groom, Billy Stone and Michaelnephew roses and placed over a fountain of on a local Gainesville radio station,
I Mowry. Kyle Fischer, of the flowing water executive board of the Starke and is also taped to be televised on a
y bridewu'rlnll bearer. Mrs. Mary. 'Andrews directed the N 14 .i' ''Woman's Club will meet Wednesday, local Gainesville and. Jacksonville
? Peggy Moore attended as maUJof reception. Oct. 5, at 12 noon at Western Steer channel.
'
j I honor..Attendants were'Tammy'An- Cutting the cake were Gina Edgar Steak House. Raye is the daughter of Greg and
drews\Call8le Cooper, sister of the and Linda Stanton. Debbie Weber and 'I- Julie Padgett, Lawtey; grand-
s groom,and Theresa Fischer,sister of Joleen Klrvin presided at the punch daughter of Harley L: (Johnny) and
1 3,the bride.;'Kristina Thompson niece bowie: Keeping theJbrtde's book was Homemaker' Club. Betty Hazen Deer Springs'Lake,
!'of the bride served as flower girl. Carlene Baxter. To Meet Oct..13 Catherine R. Padgett Keystone Heights; and Everett and
:A The maid of honor and attendants Out-of-town guests attended from Mary Padgett of Starke; and the

/swore identical gowns of red organza' Interlachen, Lakeland, Tampa, Pen-- Bradford County' Homemaker's great granddaughter of O.J. (Ossle)
'over taffeta .and, featured off-the- sacola Lake City Jacksonville and ,Club will hold their next meeting on and Evelyn Norman of Lawtey.

shoulder design and sweetheart Miramar, Fla.," also Austin, Texas. Thursday, Oct.. 13, at 10 a.m. at the
!neckUne. The bouffant skirts had. and Maryland. Agriculture building.

'wide double ruffles gathered at one Following 'a wedding trip to Six Miss Dianne Douglas, the new exi
aide and secured. with a matching. Flags' Over' Georgia, Long Creek, tension Home Economist, will be 1
(lbow' S.U.N and white 'water' rafting down i guest speaker. .
,t 'The dress of the flower girl was of the Chattooga River,> the couple'i Refreshments will be served by #'

i white dotted swiss. with. red. underlin. residing in the new home designedand Mrs. Lois Cox and !Miss Rosa Moore;
.Attendants built by them on Hampton Lake. ,.The.publlc.ls invited to'attend.
carried umbrella basket The bride graduated from Buchholz lender Bite Size
arrangements\ of white daisies and High School and is employed by Nationwide ;d
red carnations. They. wore circlets of Insurance Company. Rummage Sale Shrimp Dinner
matching. flowers in their hair. The'groom graduated from Brad- An extra tars.roving j
Mrs. Charles Darby directed. the ford High School In Starke and Is self- Stark Woman's. Club 7 1 ,,,r ol delicious bit*(bed
wedding. employed in the building construction Irtod hrtmp. natural

.' .:The. bride:, given In.marriage by her Held. Mr. and MDaniel: Riddick ,, The miscellaneous Starke Woman's rummage Club will sale havea on r flj\oJl,law..hu nch h ales goggles,col I Ir

Friday, Oct. 13 from 8 a.m. until ?? t .e oocktaH lemon sauce WOQO9 and
-' ,Call Sandra Green or Dot Brown for

of InterestChildr.ns -.- ...:.....- ,pick-up or bring rummage sale-items
I Items
> t .., ,to. next club ''meeting or. to the
clubhouse Oct. 13.
'''f on J
Coupon Boob Available 11a.lI1.. and,will be followed by''a hy. r a
Chapel basket picnic lunch. A feature of this
Starts Oct.. 4 at.SES. .: For BARC. Fund'Ralsing, reunion will be a review of the Harrell 'Bradford County "

,. V family'' history, accompanied by "Senior Citizens Club
All boys and girls, grades. 1-5, ore- The Bradford: ,Association for' photographs of descendants of Joseph 20 Piece Boiled

invited to come and join the CBM Bible Retarded Citizens and Special Olym- Coly Harrell; and wife Nancy r Club members and guests, Hank Shrimp Plate
Club starting next Tuesday Oct. pics are selling free meal coupons and Hplfoway Harrell, who moved to Green, the new adult'coordinator and I
,,4, for one hour right after school. ',:discount saving coupons for the purpose -' Bradford County in the early 1860s Bob Michaelswho; gave a" talk on the 20 bolted ihrimp, vq tdlppYq..anlpwl'em ,
of raising funds for the Retarded from Thomas County,' Georgia. chilled and ready for .,I.
The club la to be held In the ,,Bradford Hospital Fitness Center, en-
Children' Chapel parked near the Citizens 'and Special' Olympians' ,of .Serving as temporary officers'Iorthe joyed a delicious covered. dish dinner. and.ot'.ml.Swved I ;
Bradford County. first reunion are Malcolm Harrell, '
"walker's gate" at Southslde 20. ",ttlureamyoolealoW.: I'
Each coupon book bought for only chairman Sarah Sowell,. secretary; collection .. .
Elementary School. Each child must 'f A was taken from the CfHpy CfOCk. .cocktoV
h
bring a permission slip signed'by! $5 is worth over $60 of free meals and Betty treasurer; ''Iva Jean members of the club and $50 was .QUO*and lemon wedge. .
discounts at Pizza Hut; Wishbone Harrell, program chairman?: and .
parental'For more Information,, call 'donated to the Campbell child.
.
Fried Chicken and Captain D's of.Starke. Rhonda Harrell and Relta
Barger,
473-4782. J The next meeting will be Oct. 4, at. '
It isideal for saving lots of family genealogists. Ednai Mae lunch. r ? r
brown
n?noon, with a bag .
..money when taking a family! out, to'Sunshine Weeks will display the family tree she' .. \I't' $3.39 ..
,had made, comp! twitpteavebep7s '" ... ., ,
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Joshua Ha14dlilgsworik'w'iC.tebit 1 (< %: ; ;jlN
'' 1J. ou can.E' ]],7d e' Di& ..... ,
'' a nam4f"! t IfPQ @ dtn =>you Know.... .. I.. .
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--i ., 1/ ... ./j,. .. ,Ji j'' h r bettb 'lu having Information on the 'I! ...; lN1' m1'YI' t. 7'hft1U'* 'Tf
yone Captain ]rse
Joshua, Holllngsworth,; son of Mr. Acres 'Industries on Rt..16o ,early Harrells is encouraged-t attend ; Cepl. and Mrs..',John Warren and'fartilyVpt .
and ,Mrs. ,'Wayne HolHngsworth West. Staff and board members 'Of the reunion or contact Reita Wrger,,) Monterey; Calif. are spen- '. great little seafood place; I
.celebrated his first birthday Sept. 3 at Bradford ARC can also be contactedfor Route 1, Box 1373, Gainesville, 32601..- lung a month with his parents, Mr.
family barbecue given by his uncle coupons. and Mrs J.D. Warren before leavingfor
;a and' aunt Mr;; and Mrs. JamesDouglas Toorder-coupons, call 964-7699 or, his new assignment in Heidelberg, Monday and Tuesday AH Day Special.Two2.Piece : .io3 69
I: at their home In Theressa. mail $5 to Bradford ARc. P.O'SOX', Germany, for three years. Prior to Fish Dinners .
.' ately 49 members of.thefamily '509, Starke, Fl 32091. Enclose your ads coming' here, Capt. Warren ads se w>kwludMi two gokton bRMn Mi_miMal aae ron MMkoraumy ,
.t' 'Al Sidewalk Book Sale 'I'Ir j
( enjoyed the occasion,, dress. Coupons will be mailed within' graduated from the US Naval CollegeIn ---a-'pupp.
three days.' Af Public Library Monterey.
..' Save, money as well as helping I the S( l.II'

r; Dale Crosby handicapped. For more Information;, >t The Bradford County Library Is ,
; contact Bob Larimer, Director; SUn-. having a sidewalk book sale in late

Named President shine Acres Industries; ;;;964-76.MJ.! October; I
|Of Civil Engineers' >Donations of paperbacks, hardback H'I
rlorreil books, and magazines to be used in .
f*, *. '- t Reunion Set .' "
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'this sale would be greatly r '*' I't"' IT .
5'f-';Engineering! and ,Administration Vice President for of, For Saturday". '" by the staff of the library.appreciated Donations .,'. I '. .
will be at the E: IiJ '
Florida Land Company, the Winter At'Lak. Butler accepted library, 105 I
Jackson Street, during' regular '\0 ': *
Park-based real estate subsidiary of '" -u "
Continental, Group, was Installed as Permanent officers will be electedat business hours. '.' ,I.. '" .
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of the Florida Section the first reunion of the Harrell 'Exact date of the book sale will be ; fi ::1.;;
the 1984 President ,
BANK
FLORIDA: NATIONAL .. : ,; I
'printed later. Proceeds from the sale .
to be held Oct. 1 at .
of the American Society of Civil family Saturday, \ I
,
will be used to buy new books for the < r J ,: : 11'I' ., it' ;
the Woman's Club in Lake "
at their annual meeting building "
Engineers .
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libraryi ; .f "
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Sept 9 in Tallahassee. Crosby was Butler _, '-<\ .1', ,' .>< ""Ai,.. "" :., "
'vice 'president of the ,2,0 0-member A business meeting &is scheduled ford :. j'' !!:' :;. ;..;,,", (;. '.... ,
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Florida Section to 1963. II" &- .j .

Lee.Crosby Crosby, son Starke of Mr.;and.joined Mrs.Florida Albert Color Photos, Not Acceptable* ."". .. \ ,,.''. "t I" '.>" ., ,,': "\ .'';. ..... ..\' F." ,I Ir ."

Land Company in 1977 aa.Staff .i 12 ', '. I. >.. '
Engineer and held positions of (increasing ,Color photographs will no l...io..- p* accepted by: the T.r.roph l lor.w In th. : ,
responsibility before being naw Individuals Churches. Civic Organizations ,
All ,
; TO
named to his present post earlier thisyear. mode from color negative. II the quality U poor. ; : t .'" \
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the submit good quality block and white photograph for all article 'f. i"' -'V Businesses in Our' Local Community: .'': "* v'-.I. ,
He Is a graduate University Henceforth, pleow a .. : < v .'i-. .
Of Florida and holds a bachelor's. 1 and wedding annooncefnent. . ,
Including enoogement ,,, < ". ,
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The Telegraph Is'unable'lo' reproduce color ". ,} "" "' J' 11&1'\ '
degree In civil engineering. Thl. policy l/neceuarybecome .!>\ ,' "(p' .. .
ek photographs with any degree of cwwfMent, quality: Sometime color. photograph come !. : ,:' I : :: ; :>
out acceptably when rephotographed and creened, a* I If' necerary to reproduce th.mIn I' .' > 'y
,St. Edward's Catholic the nevnpaper. But more often they" come out grey,;or completely block .. .\. <. ."
Church Activities.' Thl: polICy Ie I to Improve the quality ol the newpoper we bring to you and cooperation '::1' ,. '. "
; of our ........ I In this matter will/ be greatly appreciated .: $,, ; ':' : M" .
Edl r Va111 f. R'iJr 'our. lmpirtantbankingcballenges Is determining'and" p pa
Altai Society' to Mei..k.. q' : ; ':oh'evof' many ) }

The SL Edward's Altar Society will'meet ;;' meeting ,the ,credit needs of bur' local community. 'As bankers -

on Tuesday evening,'Oct.4; in ;our experience fSa pretty :'good teacher /as to what those needs "
the Parish Halt. All ladies of.the r, do these needs'!
circumstances so
But times and change
1S are.
parish,. ireinvited to enjoy the t \ .., : .
covered dish dinner preceding the rvvtfSharon's
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,meeting at 6:30: Meeting -' '. '" :We need' your help.: Please take the time! ho write,, and ,.g1ye mean t

., Attend Representing Board St. Edward'a: Altar, f Idea of your credit needs and those of community.' ?/ If ,, '

.;.Society at the Gainesville Board' *" 'V, >, ;- :;, ": : you'd like. I'd be glad to meet with groups or Individually' -.
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,meeting held at Holy Faith Catholic : ;, to discuss this matter. : J ii' ,. '- '. ,
15 were Josephine ? ,, ,. t- .
'Church on Sept. m :
'Gumber; prelidentPauline, GOLD N' COMB '
? tp us ; any'ilput couldpossibly..
,Oeschger; treasurer and. ;Dolores L / : Youn opinions .Important ,
) .eng secretary Bassist us to better serve you. It '. '"' ':'.. ''& $;. ,'>V)
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William Completes B.Basic Alvarc Training" ..

Mr. and Mrs:Lewis Welch'" and Mr:: t'.
r and Mrs. Mike Scanlan and' son Army National Guard Pvt: William

Michael: of Madison were weekend R., Alvarez, son ol Oweq R. and,
guests C;;hand.and Pat Leroy'Jacksonand Thelma J.' Alvarez of 'Starke has ,t
Mr. Mrs. Welch. completed basic training at Fort
Leonard 'Wood, Mo. He is a 1863
Mr. and Mrs. W.A.' Weldon of graduate of Bradford High School.
Bushnell were last Friday overnight the -training. students
guests of' his mother, Mrs. Gladys receive Instruction 'in drill 'and

Weldon.They all attended the Weldon ceremonies,weapons, map reading,
reunion In Yulee on Saturday at'the tactics, military courtesy ,military
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagen. justice, first aid and Army!,history
83 members of the family attended. and training. ." ,, ,

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REALLY THINK 0*HIM ON BOSS'DAY The Eighth Annual Family Reunionof
BUSCLASS OCTOMIU the descendants of James W. and

toy H the way only Hallmark can Creasle Padgett was held Sunday,
THI O'flCl SHOP' September 25 at the home of Gerald

I1Q W.Call S...., and Annette Norman, of SR 229A

Starke Approximately 130 family and
friends gathered around U noon for
OF 1953 Kelly Carver celebrated her birth- fellowship and fe tivitte '.- ,
day Sunday when nine fellow' ,
Estelle Padgett Redding resignedas
employees of Mitchell's Drug Store
took: her to Craw Daddy's Restaurantin secretary-treasury due j;to IU
A --.------- .., "" "- Jacksonville for dinner. health. Elected td take her1 place was

Ginger! Gornto, daughter of Mr.i *
BUS Class of 1953... Mrs. Carol McLendon of Jackson- Mrs:Harry Bleasdale,Keystone.., "
Dukes Edwards Joyce Davis Betty Raborn. Lucille Hall Burkhart. Doris ville celebrated her birthday Sunday .,- - -
Pictured attending the Clasi of 53 reunion Aug. 27 aret (Bottom Parker Wagner, Jonnle Frances Crews Moody. with a dinner party given by her Brnwith; the S Johns
RowL-R) Crawford Strickland Rioux.: Joan Third Row l-r' Billy Dodd with Palmer .
Betty Rosenberry Marjorie James Williams Billy Weldon Ode McGee, mother, 'Mrs. L.H. Jennings IS School Soccer Team it'
Stephenson. Delia Rosenberg, teacher V.R. Ferguson teacher Carolyn Coy Alvarei. John Kopelousos, Wiley. Coley, Elbert Nettles, Earl Alvarez members of the farolly and friends attending Country Day "
weeks In England
Bradley O'Gula, Phoebe Green Bakken. Oliver Asplnwald._ Ellouise Thomas Dodd. Mrs. Grace Long of Jackson spending two ,
Second Row. l-r': Elaine Croeby Griffla. Beaulahvleve Cannon Busbee. Fourth Row.l-r: Delano Thomas Delmar Williamson. Bobby Crews Vernon ville remained with Mrs.Jennings un- and of Tam'
Hazel Crawford Muse, Jackie Dyal Sorrells, Mary Frances llazeo Carolyn Underhill, John Benny Sapp, Arthur Winkler;Owen Alvarez/Grady til Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Coty son
Green Jewel Strickland Casey Velmarle Yarns, James Newsome .Gene pa and M,.. Jim Hardee and childrenof
Kelly Dyal. Judy Cunningham Shaw;Keith Reddish and Bob II.... Leesburg spent the weekend with

*, TEll THI toss WHAT YOU their parents,Mr. and Mrs. Frank,
KIAILY THINK OF HIM ON BOSS'DAY Mitchell. -
BHS Class of 1953 Hold Reunk DnAuaust27 . OCTOBII U

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The 1953 class of Bradford High School celebrated their 30th reunion on gratulations, Class of '53".'Two large banners indicating Class of '53 were *'. 110 W.Call ltr*>t
Saturday Aug. 27.The reunion was held at the Starke Golf and Country Club displayed. over the'entrance and inside the clubhouse. '. '. .' .- '';. :
with a social hour at 8:30 and dinner at 8 p.m. Songs from the '50s were played on a Jukebox;courtesy of Male Carter,,,:' .
Approximately 125 people attended of which 44 were members of the class. Jr. One highlight of the evening was comical l anecdotes about the class given ', Cecelia Terwlllegar spent Monday .-74
Honored guests were V.R. Ferguson and Ms. Della Rosenberg. by Gene Shaw. Delano Thomas, president. the Class of '53, served at; .. to Thursday of last week in Franklin
Tables where punch was served and old pictures displayed were gayly master of ceremonies. ? .. ,':;. ; N.C. where she was a guest of Mr and
decorated with white cloths and red ribbons.All other tables were decorated The reunion committee wishes to thank everyone who helped; "-"><.' Mrs. Eugene Whitacre and stopped in

with white cloths and red ribbons with flower arrangements placed at points In a short business meeting, the class decided. to hold. the next reunlontnfive Charlotte where she was also a guest
of interest. A beautifully decorated cake was served which read 'Con- years. of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scarborough.Mrs. .

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_ Susan Lester and Jody Rigdon Marry Sept. 24 atRavines.! ; Resort. her family. Mack here Williams for 'weekend had some of: '... ." ,,

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Miss Susan Bridesmaids''were' was a member of the Delta Pi Sylacauga, Ala., John' Williams of '. :
Lynn Lester, daughterof matron of honor. 4I ,. if '
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r Mr. and Mrs sorority and Sigma .Epsilon TttusvUle, .
; Bobby R. Lester of Judi Pease of Winter Park,Karen An- I'
Jacksonville fraternity. 'She is -employed at and family of Savannah Ga. and Mrs.:
was married Saturday, drews of Jacksonville, Erin Silas of
,Sept. 24, at 11:00: in the morning to Jacksonville, and Sandra .Stringer of xi Ravines Resort as Advertising and Arm Godwin and. daughter Jane -of Mr. Ie Mrs. David Hodges
Jody Craig Rigdon of Starke, son of Ft. Lauderdale. I P.R. Coordinator, and is also vice Gainesville.,
Mr. and Mrs.' Delacy Rlgdon of The groom's father,Delacy Rlgdon' president of the Greater Jacksonville'
Jacksonville. Rev. Randall Morris of Jacksonville, served as best mal Ad Club IL w QUESTION:
performed the outdoor ceremony Ushers were Terry Hannah of Starke,, The bridegroom graduated from w.
overlooking Black Creek at Ravines Paul Smith of Jacksonville, Mike,1 Bishop Kenny High School; He is When and how much
Resort In Middleburg. A champagne Ststare of Tallahassee and Dean, manager and'partner of Rigdon and persona// liability should/ I
brunch followed the ceremony In the Blake of Yulee. Son Enterprises a family-owned. Sweetest.Day carry?'
formal dining'room of the resort's The bride attended Wolfson SrI business in Jacksonville "
r clubhouse. High school and 'graduated from t Following a trip to Disney World
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Miss Beverly Lester .Cleary was Florida State University where she, and central Florida, \the couple will ANSWER: ,

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WMU IkY11,71- wr.n K Till THI BOSS WHAT YOU the day to remember home, own your own busi! i
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Host BanquetThe ;. .. ... i. OCTOIIIU.6 'special frtends with a ness, have a prominentIOb

WMU of the 'First r 1> 1.ih.Y""ytlelt-"' _. ,. : 'rJ' ;ltI.f. EtioiY d IdbkpWel't Ir.J' .
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Church entertained at a "attendancewinners" ]BIRTHSKelly '" .. .. '. -" IJf..rW"'f { .
110 W.-Call Street "''I' fI an r (fJ s'''f .''t 1MI
I banquet in the FellowshipHall (j/fI:nr..U'1//1 prosperity and success.
on Monday night, Sept. 19. :" c.: :
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The Baptist Young Women's class STARKE .P : you and
with Mrs. Gayle Floyd, teacher, was your family prime targets
the recipient with the largest numberof CHURCH OF GOD for the "catastroplc" claim

new members.The Nicholas Craft 422 N. St. Clair 064-5445 if you should''become Involved
Hall had gala decorations Walter F. Montz, Pastor ""
featuring Mama Miss Pizza Parlor, Ewell and Janet Craft of We invite to worship with us, r in liability litigation.
multicolored balloons with a large Gainesville announce the birth of a you Altindad We will be roost happy to.' .

The cluster tables of them hung covered from the with ceiling.red son Alachua, Kelly General Nicholas, born He Aug. 2 In Sunday School . .NiMMiy. _.. . 10am discuss the tow cost of this '

I i checkered cloth were and centered with brother, Darren Ewell Hospital.Craft, 18 joins mon-a Morning WonN, .. . . . 11 anEmnMifStrvlca I Insurance. Be .safe, call us .'
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lighted Mrs. tapers.Donna Sides sang two songs ths.Paternal grandparents are Carlton Vautti . . 7:30... / or come by soon. :- ,

accompanied by her guitar. Mrs. and Clovett Craft of Starke. Maternal : '
Charles Darby mistress of HODGESInsurance )
was grandparents are Ernestine
ceremonies. EUenacher of Keystone Heights. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 0:)193 Mallmok, Cxnte.......
'J Hwy 16 W. I Weldon 964-6971 Agency
CCC's Reunion Grayson Edward Canon George
Fellowship Pastor Watson and
CLARK'SHALLMARK 964-4571
Saturday, Oct. 15 Mr. !and Mrs. L. Grayson Cason of The Congregation Invites You to. ,I
Come and Worship With Us SHOP
i Starke announce the birth of a son, 101A Edwards Road
.., Sunday IchlCII. : 10 AM '
The next annual CCC's Reunion Grayson Edward, born Sept. 11 in -
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(John A. McDonald Post DeFuniak Orange Park Community Hospital. E Mamlne.."''...WoraMp. 11 TPM AM AUTO UFE MOBILE HOMESHOMEOWNERS .
964-8776
Springs Chapter) Is scheduled for Maternal grandparents are MaryI. Wednesday.. WanMp 7:30 PM '
Saturday, October 15, starting at 8 .. Woodnam of Starke and the late .'

a.m. The reunion will be held at the Thomas Edward Woodham: Paternal ,... .. ......,
Mrs.Jody Rlgdon Chautaugua Neighborhood Center, grandparents are Mr. Marilyn Casonof -
located on Highway 90 West.It Lake City. and. the late Grayson, L. ==
Buttermilk ,
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over 100 miles from DeFuniak SprIngs tit .' I with purchase of J
Did.You KnowMrs. please do not bring food. ... II 1'1I
Plan to serve lunch at 12 noon. 2-Pieco Snaclc Box "
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after the meal.meeting shortly REAILY THINK OF HIM ON IOU DAY i This coupon good for 2 pIeces of the Calami's ,
Roy Clemons, Mr. and Mrs. OCTOBMIt Original' Raclpa or Extra' Crispy' ,and a ,'Ii
Gene Norman and Mrs. Alice Hopkins This reunion Is the 50th Anniversary lay H tha way only Hallmark. can ) i ti,. 'f .. I for only SI.19. Limit; one coupon per cuatomarV biscuit.- '
attended a gospel sing In Macon, Ga. of the CCC's Reunion. THI OFMd SHOP i g ; ,. .... ... .. .' Coupon good only for combination"wMlta'dark''
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and Mrs. David: Byers__ofJacksonville .Springs, Fl 32433 t : \' ,' e tit" e' :
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I TILL THI BOSS WHAT YOU truck from the property in Lawtey belonging to | TSu rcomblnailon coupon per customor.whlia/dark Coupon erdsrs.Customer flood only' 'for,; ''.

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'Bradford's girls cross Country runners 13:33: ; 2)Chris'Harrell) 14:41. Other M. Klmutis 14:42: Mann 14:48: K. .\ ,} ,
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took first place in a meet withNewberry runners were Robin Manning 15:09: Klmutis 15:21. i '. :
and Robert E. Lee High In Chris Ander 16:14, Rhonda Bryan Middle School Gird 1)Lorl Sapp
i Starke last Tuesday afternoon. 16:06: Romona Tennant 16:54. 13:48 2)Llsa Tlerny 14:08: 3)Chris .4 ',
The boys placed second behind "The girls did a good Job on bun- Harrell 14:24: 4)Robln Manning 14:34, ,
v r }k Newberry; Lee did not have any. runners ching in a group. Theta good" com- 1)Chr1aAnderaI5:21: GRomonaTen- I,
In boys division. mented Cross Country and Track nant 15:36: ;31)Rose Starling 18:12. A,
The girls also placed second at the Coach George Loper.Boyst "

+ Palatka Invitational last Thursday.The Boys: 20)Paul McKinney 17:42.
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1>Paul McKinney 16:45,
teams are idle until Saturday 36)Eddle Tennant 18:30. )
Oct. 8 when they will run in the Lee Invitational 3)Eddle) Tennant 17:30: 8)Tommy) Moon 20:24, rtIHenryAJOP"I'!ommy 21:22 I
Moon 19:27 Cooper 20:19,
In Jacksonville. : Henry
Thomas 74)CaIvin Thomas 23:12.: BUS boys
IDCalvin) 21:55.:
r Tuesday's Meet "The boys really did a fine Job andit placed 11th out of 13 teams -com

BUS resulta is especially good to see Paul In the peting. ,
16's," commented Loper
Girls 2)Cberyl) Boggle 14:40; Middle School Boy.:The junior f
)LJnda Dewitt 14:44; 4)Carol Fussell Middle School Boys: David McKin- squad placed first of 4 teams at the
i iY' 14:47: ; SMlchelle Klmutis 15:09; ney 18:42: Isador Hernandez 19:48. meet. McKinney 19:6931)Jody) "
Tammy. Mann 19:23: ; 8)KarenKimutis. Chad Tennant 22:56: Andy Redding Brown 21:20 38)Hernandez 22:16 :
:26:58: Ricky Sanford 23:25, Curtis 43)Tennant 22:42, SDHigglnbothom) '
Overall winner of the girls race was Knight 28:19. Jamie Carver '27:15: ,, 24:55.
Kelly Hodge from Newberry. with atime John Higginbotham 25:56. '
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the girls are well on course.They

Mld"l.. .AhAA' r...... a'rn Cenq Girls: Boggle Thursday's 14:04: ,Meet Fussell. 14:16: all did very well," generalized Loper. j


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team has won four straight matches ,mark so far this season. Palatka. The girls lost the two out of
t three matches 16-14,1-15, and 15-8. .

.J perHq.Qrd'BHS'21-7LOS$ ,J'I ..,;, In'the' second game against PK ,

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ball back to the 17-yard line.. line. 'Players :
.-,? Editor.A Kennedy then tried a 32 yard field Trojans couldn't produce any yardage BUS beat Santa Fe in only two mat-
goal, but missed giving the ball back on the series and punted from ches 15-11 and 155. In the fourth game
'vta1tin ;Hamilton ,County to the Tornadoes at the 20 yard line. the 18 yard line. BHS started Its only following are players that were selected by. the Bradford, coaching Hawthorne won the first match 15-7
(Jasper)) team"amassed 384:yards 'With .runs' by Davis, Carver. and scoring drive of the evening. at. the 46 ,,. staff as the best players at their. positions.. and won the last two 15-4 and 158.
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total offense to hand Bradford 21-7' 'Enc Lane BUS moved the ball out to yard line BUS;. \" "
loss 1 last Friday night,In the. first the 41 yard 'line. On the third and 10 Defensive LineMichael'Early! Early has been the leading tackler for Tuesday night the girls polished. off
meeting of the.two teams.. play Carver went back to pass and got broke Bradford In the first three games. Against Jasper he made five individuals Macclenny 15-3 and 150.
With an 0-8 mark,, the,tornadoesrare sacked for a six yard,loss, forcing a On the first down play Davis t and four assist. Overall he has 20 individual, tackles and. 10 assist. so far this
still looking for their first win. BHS left tackle and scrambled for 33 yards season. In those matches Lisha Long served
The Trojans, ,moved to 2-0 so far this' ''\.A fired punt.up, BUS defense'held the,.,to put the ball at the 21 yard'line. for 12 points and Pat Slocum scored '
season ',' Trojans 'to four downs on' the' next Davis carried on second down for one 'Defensive Back-Brad Russell: Russell has been named the defensive back' three points. Cindy Strickland also ., j
Jasper rolled-In: 210'yards'oh the. 'series and got the ball. back at the 34 yard then broke right tackle again' fora ol the week for two of the three games.. Russell plays. corner back and. added two ace serves during the I
ground and 77 yards in the air. Brad- yard line;; five yard pick up. monster match. Vonda Kay Hall was up for I '
ford-got 145 yards ,rushing and 15 Another steady running drive was On 'third down Russell :hit two spikes against Macclenny. 1 ,
yards passing: ended at the Trojan 30-yard line when Frounfelter for the IS yard touchdownpass 'Offensive Back-Tony Davis: Davis doing a fine Job of replacing Oliver
The Tornadoes! held the Trojans to a Brad Russell threw on a' half back with 3:36: minutes left in the third.' Tyson at running back. He was the leading rusher for Bradford. against Three matches are lined up for the
modest 7-0 lead at half time. Trojan pass and Trojan Keith Powell picked quarter. .Jasper with 74 yards in 22 carries.. girls next week. -Monday they play
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The extra kick Francis was .
point by .
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grain and scrambled for 61 yards, and. On the first down play from the 39 good making the score 147. Offensive Line-Donnie Thornton i This is the lime Thornton has been travel to Hawthorne. Thursday. 1;
the lone score of the half. yard line Cato'broke loose for the 61 touchdown The Francis went in kick the endzone after and the 'named a_player: of the week. He plays offensive tackle. the girls play. in Middleburg. r
Jasper scored on the first'drive of yard touchdown run drawing first 1\\
the second half on a 4-yard'run by blood in the Jasper took over at the 20. -
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game. .
Venice Hawkins to make the Jasper started picking the BUS '- '" '. ,
score Neither team threaten to'score'in defense apart and started a running*,I .: .. 'h. "
14-0.With two minutes left In the third the remainder of the first half. \ #
quarter-,BHSa scorett on-. 15.- back ? Lee n', drive that ended.at the seven yard :. '
Jasper running Greg
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f BUS took" at the 2S liJW.Two
The'John Fraricts kick wasg over yard ,
David ; being run, out of,bounds by
penalties back the Tornadoes Jhe'18,.
[oodleaving the score 147. Russell That gain'along with a 13 yard line.'On a second downplay '
Another'' big Jasper 'play put the yard pass put the Trojans in Tornado Lane went around left end for 28 yard f I
game out of,reach towards the end of territory at the four yard line. and a BUS first down at the 48 yard
the fourth ,iDonnie Thornton stopped a run by '
quarter Trojan Hawkins ,line. .
hit Jimmy: Brown for a,, 67 'yard Lee on the first down play; but on the With a'fourth down situation at the .: B
touchdown''paIlS. All three of the TroJan second down, Hawkins slipped around 43 yard line Bradford went for the ,:" ., efore I. t

extra point..kicks by-Allen. Kennedy touchdown left end. for-of the the evening.second'' Trojan., first down instead 'of punting. and, Ja:., I ,
good.Bradford
Carver
were was sacked. :
Russell made a 33 yard run beckon '
received the opening kick the kick to give pHS the ball.at mid- ;: '
at the eight yard line. On the second field. Three' plays later the Trojans In .
down play BUS running back Tony On the first dowel Lane broke scored on the 67 yard pass with Just your--- .
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Davis fumbled In the back field and loose up the middle'for a 14 yard gain over six minutes left'in the game. 1' b+ t
the Trojan took possession at the 13 ,and a first down at the 36'yard line. Bradford made it to the 49 yard line .
yard line" ,Three unsuccessful plays forced the' and faced a fourth down and eight. ",,' )\ f'
Davis and linebacker Michael Early Tornadoes to punt from the 32 yard BHS punted the ball and Jasper got itand j i.. 4 bu.-.upyour i.

caught the! Jasper running,attack1 line. The punt was?," a touchback rail the clock out to'end the game. -., "" ', ,': '

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K/V TELEGRAPII September 29. 111113

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Thompluns +Gets. Scholarship

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Former .Bradfo'd High basket-
bailer Eddie Thompklna has signed a I
two-year scholarship to play for SantaFe
Community Coliego.Thompklns. .
a ivS BUS graduate

lettered three years. ,I .
I Hawkins was'asked to play for the
team afterfriend of his that playedon

I'I'I I r.. the team recommended him to the.
coaching staff.

I *' 'I t la, pm q'tr'' -December the 'Santa Fe team
I + i was short on players and Thompklns
practiced; with the team for two days.
During summer practices" the
school offered him the scholarship.
First game for the Santa Fe team Is
.r Saturday November 5.The game will '
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4' be against Middle Georgia beginning\ : ,

J J\/ at 2 p.m. at JJia Santa. Fe gym.. ;EddtTkompklns ;.1" \:-

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Starke Recreation Department plans to hold Its. 2nd. Annual. Fall Tennis
Tournament the weekend of November 18-20. :

1983 10th Grade Football Squad..., Included will be the mans singles and doubles and womens singles. and
doubles. I" '. <' '
They are from ler&- -rlght: Front row-ChrU Mclntoah. Erwin Mares O.nnyM.nnlng.ErleCr.wforclThlrdrow.Wesley.JObn..R.ndyTbomp- Schedules will be available on Monday,November II. Entry fee will be*5 '
Chris Daugherty.Jeffery McClellnn. No. 31. Wesley Thomas and No. IZ.Seon, Robert Locke. Clinton Jenkins Earnest Whitley and bh.un Jackson.. :: for singles and $10 for.doubles. > .. m,
cond row-Billy Jackson Jason Hugglni. Keith GillinRtiam, Bret Russell : Players will provide their own balls.Trophies will be awarded to first and ...
second place In each division: ,. ,"
Games will be played at the Pratt St. Center and the BHS tennis courts.: '
I Anyone Interested should sign up at the Old Armory before Nov. 18.
The recreation department is open from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1
Mistakes Turnovers Cost BHS Loss 'to JasperTwo p.m. to 5:30.Registration: ,
fee a.xf entry must be in by the deadline to be eligible for the
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'.''1<''\ draw. For more Information call 964-673 or 9646942. "
big plays put an end to any Running back Tony Davis was the went for 26 yards. Billy Rehburg each had. ,three individual
hopes of Beating a visiting Hamilton lead rusher for Bradford with 74 Carver got one completion In eight tackles. o'I
County (Jasper) team last Friday yards in 22 carries. Eric'Lane was attempts and threw one intereeptton.The .
night.' next with 48 yards and Brad Russell Tornadoes were intercepted one 3 BIG DAYSIThur
The Trojans rolled 21-7 over the other time on a half back pass from Tornadoes Open EAGLE dayFctd y Saturday
Tornadoes in the first meeting of the Jasper rolled in 210 yards 'on the Lane. This Week OPEN 9 AM TO*
two teams. Now Jasper Is 2-0 and the 'ground and 77 yards In the air. Brad- Michael Early was the leading
Tornadoes are still winless at 0-3: The ford got 145 yards rushing and 15 tackler for BHS with five individuals
Mac- \ and four assist. He has Bradford has an open date this Frit
Tornadoes have fallen victim to y : 20 Individual
clenny. Keystone and now Jasper. passing es held the Trojans to a tackles and 10 assist in three games. day night, but face tough St.
Each'of the three teams scored 21 modest 7-0 lead at half time. Trojan Craig Falstreau had four individual will Augustine the following week. That
points against the Bradford team. speedster Rondale- Cato cut across tackles and two assist. Russell and nadoes.be an away. game for, the Tor seal

grain and scrambled for 61 yards. and

"They were as good as we thought the lone score of the half. '!> .I!> ,... "> #'J"> ">' "> ""' ... a.wwwr
they would be," said Head Bradford Jasper scored on the first drive of ,, ,m.i, ,, ,. .< ,* .* ,
Coach David Hurse. "We played our the second half on a 4-yard run by I :
best game of the season, we just had Venice Hawkins to make the score CaptainEat D's.Can '
too many turnovers." 14-0. With two minutes left in the third
quarter BHS scored on a 15 yard
There were stil hopes of winning the touchdown pass from quarterback ,4 For$6.
game until the final six minutes of the Robert Carver to Cerry Frounfelter.The .
game when the Trojans polished their John David Francis kick was
lead with the third touchdown the good leaving the score 147. ::0...

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Jasper was dominate on offense .JL.
FISH AND FRIES
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totaled 277 yards, 210 of them on the Getting praise from defensive line I thl.coupon obod for I ground. The Tornadoes were held to coach Mike Sexton were Michael Ear I! $ 1 5 0 A rlah and frlot contains 2 bomtau Hih llt '-.2 I'I'I I
145 yards on the ground and 15 yards ly and Craig Falstreau."Both of them ,... I ..ouMwmm.na+ : huthpuppMt and natural cut1 I'
In the air. played real a real good ," said
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touchdown for the Torandoes. "Overall we were more aggressivethan FISH AND FRIES
Quarterback Robert Carver hit Cerry we have been this season and we I Thill coupon goad for I flih and frial hx"$1 JO, I II
Frounfelter for the TD pass. expect to Improve even more for the I $1.50 A "Frounfelter made a real' gooncatch next game." noted Hurse.o' t fri.yi.. hwhpuppln and natural ut.1 '

on the touchdown pass" commented "Our biggest need is more'aggresV L '..-........... ..... .,.. )...1:1.: V \t nY ,Itt7 I ..ystxdinU
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good night punting the ball." Hurse.' l'**WA fr ffl >01,," : .r i" FISH AND FRIES ."ty,,_ oPo'o; oatyinI \ h&of.5: ,,forl50.1'. 1019 PRICE n 1

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Football Game Set for I r :
Powderpuff Friday.... I
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The second annual Powder Puff Flag Football Game sponsored by the ,
junior class at Bradford High will be held Friday night Sept.30 beginning at .$2.00 OFF VALUE' = 71.-L .

8 p.m.. OR THRIFT PACK
F After two days of practice the exhibition will be held at the Bradford High .. 12 tttnmi_natural aut.nph_...., .B1w.sT I .
Stadium and proceeds will go the junior class. This is the open night for the c..amy'.C.InC"-and t.r..M t hudt puppt.a,natural tarry cut tanctt al 14s. LACKS'LKVI'S TOPSMOra '
Bradford varsity squad. -y cot How and a hurt puppWM.$MVM 9-4. Q. eel POIyM"-lit qoaUly. aML-. -
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In the first quarter the freshmen will play the sophomores and In the second = = 49" 148.
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quarter the juniors will play the seniors. In the third quarter the losersof "" 488 / PNICN
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the first two games play and in the fourth quarter the'winners of the first MEN'E L ve'.PANTS
...i cur TMW COUPON a-aj........ Jumbo. rod, 103 two- LAMBS'ACTION PANTS
two games will play each'other. Action pant In oonon/pohnam.
pry MM* son
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Gator Quarterback Club to Meet Tonight.... t; Captain, D's.' t .

The weekly meeting of the Starke Gator Quarterback Club will be held at .
the American Legion Hall In front of the New National Guard Armory on Ed- I' a.ereaTUtU..oOdplace.FREE .
wards Road. ,
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m..



Running Club Laramle the

Gets Name.... .
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"Strawberry Strollers"is the nameof MOUNTING Crosby Qualify Tire Easy Rider Tire .r.

the running club sponsored by the BALANCING & Where You Ride
Starke Recreation Department.At North Starke<: 574 7a3 etwemlrr-,2e
VALVE. jSOl "D97
a meeting last Tuesday night the STEM : I Ion Our. Reputation i 89OAL. $ 8.88 Han 15 members of all ages voted.on that Next to Courthouse' 964-8993 .BLEACH POOL TABLETS KTaan,DISC. PRICK 1n TUBE SOCKS .
name. Mutti-purpoM hnua.3' pool crUortrmtIng I
WMt.wu
The first race that the club will run had bwooli far IMIIM UMMi.K..pWpaott TOWEL ENSEMBLE Om.lt. M.n.ttlap.*
dry,al.atkp.mar., MMT.SUM., DaooraMr aoHda. ,
in will be the Jasper Race next Satur- sea. boys'S-pa;

day, Oct. 8 starting at 9:30 a.m.. They FullCircleReCaps AS LOW AS
will also be running in the Great Race .
In Perry the following week. Plans : Laramie Easy ider'A's Low'As
are for the club to have uniforms

ready for the races.Cowboys Road Hazard 1495..Poly 7-Rib"Whitewali.


Warranty Hazard 5.
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Win 155-13 r
Warranty '
Three, Drop Two.... A78-13 19.95 H78.1428.93 ,
Bradford B7S-13 21.99 510.111 2US Pi65-80-13 ,
Cowboys hosted the first
regular season games of the Pop C7B-14 23.93 800-19 23.95 '1751808-1332.95 P225/75B-14 38.99 S't

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Saturday again this time AM/FM radio.Notttedtyp LOn ,
against ty Plaay spy
Keystone Heights. The first of five B78-14 27.95! hnrCT-.80-100! 'Z151758-1438.95 IkM. FET 1,90-2.71 I W *- .SoM* Coup/Mg..t pr.vaK aplas. son sirs.PI .
games will begin at 10:30.:

and The the Mitey-Mites Jr. Midgets lost lost their 7-0.game Jr. Pee ft-0 Free',mounting,. balancing; & valve [stem','on,"all tires; L.11VEra

Wees rolled over Alachua 336. The Q
Pee Wees won 13-0 and the Midgetswon
21-8. Laramie Glass Rider AS LOW AS V

Radial! 2 Ply Poly '
Firearms
Confiscated OIL. CHANGE
Sale Set for Oct. 2 FHMrgiass BtlUWhitowaH t', .
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In what Game Is an and annual Fresh Water occurrence Fish $1'2\ 9 5V I t.4anr/dd./ 10 Ot., WAS 1.a1. ?.,.'......"/?._.._2"I '
now, the Road Hazard &tt l Owtt.Trs M -"T "
Commission will conduct public sale 3 5 0__ 'Ct..WAS I_...--,W...,".,._1"
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of surplusand confiscated firearms, Warranty :. .I I.. _S a41taWaltaAlraXaie. 11'_ W...10.-;.. ...tM 1-183. 544 'I bf.r.
during the week of October 10. .atltl. Acw.TooltIpMte. 12.M II
The more than 200 Items will be .. P15 /8OR.13 < s a ow ILImIt. aL W"S t.,.....,........"..('r".H; 1" ACTION SHOSS II I'SI1! .
All Wl $ter & Lube a.w sTMI.......... Mdk.. a5.M.pwl. bUTVOlVOWS ,
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wards meet at the church" fellowship half w Rev. Andy Moon bf the Brooker '" slumber party. Cindy's ''surgery': almost three weeks ago The
Monday night,Oct..3, to reveal,, who ,; Baptist Church' announces the Rev. Mrs. Thelma Johnson, grandmotherl Albiuys will remain' in Gainesville"',
Set :, fc 'b y- their secret sister was ;, fore' ,the,,: ... Rudy Williams of.Jack80nvIlLawill be ::Janocha of Clearwater. were present for several weeks before returning to
they Brooker previous year and draw names for a*"I guest speaker at the revival scheduled ." for the occasion. \ their Island home Other guests pre-
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nival for st Church come. Meeting time & 7:30 p.m.'' Town ., Brent, 'of Man-O-War Island In the sister, Florrlez who came over;for a
naval : Tuesday Church Homecoming Around Bahamas, for church services and a visit with the family and to check on
p.m, The' Rev, Andy Moon announced Little Cindy Lou Countryman, luncheon. ,Brent is a recent kidney the patient's progress.
all other blp ,homecoming at the Brooker Baptist ., .
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Jim )!: i'oorn. .Church Is scheduled for: Sunday, Qct e Countryman, is now attending school
and I dish lun- t, with the Rev. Barney Andrews of f regularly after a recent ,kidney THANK YOU VOTERS OF HAMPTON
parents, ; and to hear San Mateo as guest speaker. Rev. An- I transplant, ., ,' .
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telephones. After lunch a musical program will be group of her friends who assembled at next year Duane Lee AAitzel & Family
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RULES OF THE GAME 3))In cote of tie* we Will use the, totaUxrihltuored. In .the Bradford H WoK-School FOOTBALL CONTEST].
I I famllln game each week (except the : week ajlebreoker.flea,' !I fills' .
1))Anyone except TELEGRAPH employ**and ihclr" Immediate are Tofmjdii'ipen )at ; ,;. .
welcome to enter, but there It a limit" of on*entry per person each week >.' In the point you think will be tiofedfcj.ihe.: Tornadoes and)their opponent} co ,' : "
2))The entry. mint be on an official blank from,the TELEGRAPH and most b*dropped Wo blned Tornado'In the tiebreaker 19, Opponents: blank.7.ftwdnagmei if...[" .If the(wai Core J6.In the pblntlrn'Tornado*. fcoi.:, *r";iII';' ,R.4 stW".k.s Winner q Eoug ae t4ThhWqjrk's
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the blank with either the name of the team you think will win or "He' If you 4))All decisions' of the fudae are final A second tiebreaker will be used If Winner- Gregory Nlcholi'
think the game will end In e tie. Th. person who pick' the moil' aamn right will neceuory. I ,
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'. Fe Fall Starke :
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Boris Lvov "Mos Honored Artistof free-to-the-publlc cultural ,series rOfl Miami and is funded largely by
the USSR," who left Russia In 1973 Thursday, Oct. 13. Two weeks later private and corporate donors..: ;
for freedom.In' the West, will be the on Thursday Oct. 27, The "Great terested In' the arts. Miami
centerpiece of an exciting season for American: Mime Experiment" will Maurice Ferre is a member'of, ,
the Santa Fe Community College Fall present performance that promises Board of Directors. ?,/ ;
Festival of the Performing Arts. As in to be "mime with a difference." ","',
the past few years, the Festival Is co- ; The Great American Mime Exper11ment IT \ :
sponsored by. the 'Starke Woman's t is based In Atlanta but has performed ;
Club and each Thursday evening per Music Theatre, Dance from'Rome, Ga.to Rome, Ita
formance1', will be followed by ,the ly. Since! 1974;whether performing
popular "meet the performers" Offer ,VarietyIn white face, masks or '

reception hosted by members of the 1933 Series aroundthe, Emmy A ward-wlnnl Lvov,

: club. All performances begin at' 8 .. group brings its own exciting style
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p m each performance.

': Launching the Fall:! Festival's"\ sixth sional Dance dance Miami company, is the in'oldest Miami profes-andIs Boris Lvov will conclude the >.ft, '*,"* { : : !

season, which i includes: presentations with his piano recital on
. a repertory that balances
of music, theatre, and dance, Is the 'new company 10. Appearing with him on 'the. )!
pieces and the
exciting "Dance Miami" the'' only revivals by- great gram will be his daughter Eleonor; ,
.1' professional modern dance company ,choreographers. who is also a noted pianist

in the Southeast;Dance Miami will be "Dance Miami" is considered one the Moscow, Beethoven. v
! featured in the, opener of this year's of the Important cultural resources of In 1970. '',{,&;
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ji career ,In Russia where he won ;!
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Moscow in 1946. He has
Commur'ityCalendar: with the Moscow Philharmonic an i.
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/ Have en announcement'.. Get It In to us by Monday at 5 p.m. and we can put It In J1 i
1, f the Community! Col. d.',,,!Pleoto' keep them a*.concise a* possible.-' '. !

I ."'" All Performances ;r:
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I Features. a Florida cave, five Florida ecosytems. the Holl of Florida History and a Club ;,j ji
I .F o Mayan Palace old Object GoII., ';'. Hour 9-5 weekday and Saturday., Tuesday open .At' Woman's ] ; : ;
:.till 9 p.m.. 1-5p.m. Sundays and holidays located on the corner of "Newell Drive, and '!
I ,Mu..um Road at the UF campus! ,In, Gainesville; ; lJ r ,

\ "Annie".., The Alhambra Dinner Theatre present; a'musical' based on the cartoon For the past, four years the
I II ;character, through Oct. 16 at the theatre. 1200 Beach Blvd. In Jacksonville. Performances Festival of the Performing Arts
i .. ,or. Friday and Saturday, evening, buffet at 6:45 p.m.. curtin at 8:15. Ticket Starke has been' joint venture' i j
i .are S18.SO, $13 for Sunday buffet performances.Call 1-641-1212 'for further Information. Santa Fe Community College and i
: _C V .' Woman's Club of Starke which
)t, ; i' offered the use of its centrally iocate J'

"The Wttard of pi". : .Lotuilond School presents a play' far children !Saturday Of the auditorium. Performers in the pa
Gainesville Community Playhouse at 2 and 4 p.m.Ticket are$2 far adult and$1 for have expressed their appreciation *
children; Call -495-4728 (for further Information being able to present their talents
such a pleasant atmosphere as !

'Donee All"..,. Th.professional wing of the Gainesville Civic Ballet opens the Santa provided by' the club's
F. Community! Collag. Fall Festival of tha Performing. Art. See feature story at right udltOrtum. "
'for1 Information ,. :
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Gainesville' Record Collector* Show ens) Sole.:..,.with 90 dealers, record, t-shlrts, XJ\ : '
!I .,.,.. ..Poa.r t-,soturdoraOcf| ; ;|''orr>,?Q-tf'm'"a Jpnrrlnrk.HohdoyInn'UM.rnil. '1b1.' TIle Ub1lc 1. otcn' n \\invk ..
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4 mission charge for any of the serlea\ .i.
A Month fa Japan.. A, month long celebration' of" Japanese culture begin. with + "
,the opening of "Vlewe'bf, Japan an exhibit of'Japanese woodblock print. from the Great American Mime Experiment"
Rlngllng Museum, and UF collection 'lecture-slide presentation by Dr. DouphneRosenswelg '. -, "- 'jv, [
music from the Gainesville Suzuki Player, Friday, September: at the ''"
Thomas Center., Admission' I I. free. 'iRestoringDt .
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I I Sunday,''Oct. 14 at B p.mln( the J Joek.on..lII. Coliseum.'Tick.' '.i"are, $10... 7,
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This popula' herd lock group Will opp.ar Flday.S.p' 30 at S p.m: lash.leck.on1 t'r "' "
1 villa Civic,. ,. Audltorlurlt.it"'k." .. ore $9. 4t',::.],fI'r' \ ;F ;t 1JIi. 'i\:i +':r..j.. '.,'t : : '\ ; May Host Hospice Program & "
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Call 392-; 1653 for tlck.tInformation.' ', ,tf 'ty'S"t .'.:> '. ... i"'v< >>.< '' '
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.'. Wayne Williams '- '. ;tio-'' i A- People have always been afraid of things they do not understand. Men In r Y ','

.. .Southern.. country. founds. Saturday" Sept. 31 In 10110"-"- _'. Civic Center., Ticket ancient times trembled before earthquakes and lightening and made {y, d+ '
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I University Symphony. ; diiche'st're.; :.i5J.-> :, ., t ,7 I;' '. thought of as gods but one thing has not changed since those ancient times ,, lit
... An "oll-Mozarr' Concert,' Raymond Chobai conductor; U.F.:faculty soloist*.Friday, man still holds a deep-rooted fear of death. '
V, Sept; '(30'' '" '' ','The,J,,.. university' ,.bandstand.AdmlsslonM ,fr..., In spite of all our explorations of unknown realms on Earth and beyond, d" ",
'"' \ death remains a mystery. Science has found a cure for an astounding
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r o -Graver Vyashlhgtdn. '' J,....' t :f I.t.:: "- 'y'; ;' ;. ,, ,'o, ;*- /' i:-.,' J'ri*?' number of what were once fatal diseases and has discovered methods for it
? J.' -Saturday, 5.pt, 30 T In the'pck.onvlle| Civic, Auditorium at 8 p.m:TkkeM: are$I 1.SO prolonging life with machinery. and medicines.' But of death itself science C 'I ar,

"" :".andl2.50.; 'Y"t '::::" 'l''i:: :'.''.:< f ". .:>,1','" understands very little. \ __ I "
,, : Because people do not understand death,' they fear it and because they -, '
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is taboo. don'tusuaally
-, Jf"I, '". fear it, they don't talk about it. Discussion of death People ''
talk;about death and if sometime they do discuss it, they are '
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'. ,a.*ChurchosCiubi and Organizations!? : thought of as morbid and somehow not quite balanced. ; 4 S n 1
'' This ban that society has Issued against death has caused the dying to be ',j!" :' E ', +w'
J. 'If >< ; '' isolated in hospitals or nursing homes when death approaches. This Isolation i pp
Bradford Players..*;Do you tlnp'danc.or act?Auditions are being held of 7:30 p.m., only seems to intensify the fear but there is one program that helpsdecrease 7 +,
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Monday 2(4 In the S' rk. Woman'. Club for the Bradford of y w
; .pt ( Player production dying 1
called .
the Isolation that the suffer. It is_ the hospice pro- ,CAI, ; r r '
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'I "Brlgodoon. for additional Information, call Chris Wilson, 944-8310 or laurle Conti, r '' t

, ', 9648498.'AWelghtwatchers'Club..' ,gram.TIle word" hospice comes from the same root as hospital and hospitaJily." 1 I ll?), "v

i \ In old England a hospice was a place where a weary traveler could stop 4 ,,; t" .
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; belng Keystone)Height on Tuesday evening at ff
In American
1 for the night and receive care and nourishment; today a y f
7 p.m at the Worrian'* Club and In Starke on,Monday, night at 6:30 p.rn.,Call Peggy r
Is of for the
hospice not place at all, it is a way caring dying. .
i w, \-.i- 'Register 473-2730 'lay more. Information.Family "hospice Is a way of living fully until you die/' says R N. Marie Oden, "" '
'"It: Is designed to add quality to the last days of life,not quantity." y q'
;o ., "Night, .' F.S.P, .. Florida jta't. Prison and Union Correctional Institute will' ,Marie II the director of special services at Bradford Hospital, but she 'w "jo'I M'
.hold a family night Monday Oct. 3 at 6 p.m.at UO pistol range and training center In ,also worils with the hospice program in Alachua County There Is no' ') s' ,
s. the rear of the prison. Activities' Includ.a sing with performer' from the First Baptist: hospice In this area at this time, but Marie and others are trying to get one t ;
Church" 1 In" Jacksonville' 'fellowship" 'and: the.. presentation of' a special. '' program' 'for started In Bradford County. They have been giving talks at various club "
, families!' ,of men In prison. fl,-, meetings because community support is very Important In the hospice pro,1' "\C'-
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i Gainesville', Writer"*, Workshop.- .; tj''f') gram, i
I' .V'\'This group "committed writer of contemporary genre meet each Monday at People from tills area have been going to Gainesville or Jacksonville t

730; P.",. at,Santa F. Community: l College,'.3000,nw 83rd: I!. ((375-7565). when they want to be Involved in a hospice program. -- x i >!
I hI , "* Hospice patients are people who are dying, but who want to live the last 's'k ?,4
Hippodrome Film Club feature. a variety of Him of a _tomPOI'Ol'natUre) each: days of their lives as fully as possible.."As doctors and nurses we try to "
I Friday and Safu'rdoy night, Of the University! of Florida' preserve life at all costs,to cure the sick. When a person Is terminally ill, .', y :
''t I ;. I' the emphasis Is no longer put on curing the emphasis shifts\ to caring, ,
", i'College Bowl-the Sport of the Mind begin October S with finals' on October 20.The says Maria {i ror

h'' I group need volunteer* to moderator and storekeeper Call),992-1655,, far Inf_' When a person knows there is no longer anything that can be done for "
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,' ?*, St. FafrIcy'tchoal, Th.'society to dedicated to the performance and playing o f, are treated to keep. them as comfortable:. as possible during. the remainder' 'i \
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any one pitted the surface off In happen to me on vacation.
OCT Staff WriterThe ) of the rubber just above the cut" That was Just fine with Tammy that to Over the I
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young swimmer floated lazily Apparently just 'an exploratory "| was shaking like *leaf when I still when it bit the fin. It! ot
Just beneath the surface of the crystal .: bite, the shark had given up the chase/ finally got .in that boat," she said strength been foot." could
clear waters off Big!Pine Key under a after his initial taste and wandered later."I saw Jaws and everything but have easily my

bright summer sky. I __ I
Snorkling for sheila and what ever "
else she could find and generally > National Furniture Sale Special!

marveling at the sights on the coral '
covered bottom vacationing KHHS J' y
student Tammy Garrison had drifted .
about 100 yards from the small boat
where her parents were.
There was no hint of trouble.:
"I was just swimming slowly along
when I felt the water beside me move

It was a funny. feeling like suddenly

something was swimming
alongside, Tammy
I looked back but I couldn't see
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anything so I kept on swimming.
Shark attacks in the state of Florida
used to be rare In fact one of the
more common comments you heard
from lifeguards and marine expertswas
that you were much more likelyto during this sale 'Only...'
be struck by lightning than attacked '
by a shark In Florida waters. Pad
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Late in 1978, however, experts and teaaas>
statisticians noticed an upsuge In the .
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by an increase in the water ".I
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changes. After averaging just over
Oct
two "shark-related incidents", none Saturday,, 8th
of them fatal in 1977.' 11 such "In-
cidents" were recorded by shark Just when you thought It was safe to go back In the water... w
statistician Bob Johns a mamber of Kilns student Garrison looks er+o-b. 'Twin. Foil 01'SIn
Tammy at her fin after a shark tore the end of It .
the Jacksonville Shark Fishing Clubin off In Just one bite while snorkling off Big Key Island south of Miami Beach. .$ fWw Queers Seta
Jacksonville for 1978. There were The 16-year old student said she had "no warnlna" before the attack .
nine in 1979, 13 in '80.12 in'81,seven In OUARANTC. yI fPty All Finest
'82 and six have been recorded so far never saw the shark during the attack ing at all," Tammy says. "Even in e:
i z'ti Quality; Bedding
in 1983. and only found that is was In fact a the clear water down there I never :
"It could be that;the reporting Is shark later at the hospital." saw him coming at all until I felt the Badcoclt's Famous
just better now than It used to be so Indeed there are more sharks in movement of the water right beside
we're getting some of the reports that Florida waters than most swimmers a Money-Back Guarantee
we used to miss but have been there surfers and sailors would care to me."I started swimming faster
all along," Johns said. "On the other think about. towards the boat I was kicking hard
hand resorts and communities that "You can go out in a helicopter and, with my fins when I felt this real hard ,t i
have a strong stake in the tourist .see for yourself," Johns said. "We jerk on my leg. It felt like my leg was National# Sweepstakes Prize Registration. '.
P business still resist any extra publicity went out over the waters off Daytona going to be pulled out for one split se- ,
that) might hurt their business.Sharks 'Beach could one day last summer surfers. cond;then it stopped. I was too scaredto Ton Could.B ,One Of.The tacky Winners' Of One one Following Fabulous PrUes
are common off the Florida see them clearly: the look back I started screaming for' .
coast and especially in the warmer are ;just beyond the swimmers and my parents and just trying to get to ..:ImtSTFKIZB-$10,000 IN COtDI, '. TWO SECOND.. PRIZES-$5.000 IN SILVER
Atlantic waters south of Cocoa Beach. just beyond them were the, sharks. the boat. It was about 50100'yards j 50 ZENITH. COLOR TV. APPLE HOME COMPUTERS CAMERAS ..CORDLESS.TEtEPftONES ,
There are literally hundreds of different You could see about 200 of them long away but it seemed like it took me ,' J-'HO nraoumioKaMiunf-t too+ mm not MMumnno ass-Moir p..os OVM TO ntraai" 'n 1
species plying the ocean' In dark shapes in the waters' Just oif ,forever to cover that distance."' ,'
their all-consuming never-ending shore. Sometimes it seems as if we Tammy'said it seemed as if she 1lotal Prix Drawing B SUN : ,. '" "
t search for food. .' are lucky there aren't more attacks wasn't getting any push from one of $500 In Gift Certificates VISORWEDAL. HOURS DUfUNO! SAtEfMoratiy ,
There are''many minor injuries considering how many there are. out. her fins as she was swimming towardthe d..r..a t. ,- Y ;; flwmdiy.i.30 tm r 4:30 0m,
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reported as shark attacks..According her into the craft they soon saw why. Ma w.w 11 10 W..... .'
to Johns the smaller species Tammy her parents Kathy and The hard black rubber fin had been .. .
sometimes mistake human arms and Kenny Garrison and brothers Michael sheared off about three Inches'fromwhere d..aiaes-; 1104, .
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legs for the smaller fish they. usually. and Greg were spending a week cam- her toes had been nestled just I f ... BnAsL..o '
prey on., ping and swimming off Big Key seconds before.The cut was obviously '
"The smaller sharks,' 'even the, Island south of Miami Beach Jiear the made in one smooth' motion ap- ,fora(he I ::::"-.' HOM9E:'FURNISHING CENTERS

usually shy Nurse Shark can mistakea famous Seven-Mile Bridge when her parently as easily/ as a knife would'. People Who ;:::'--.E PUtMrOIM**....UAMl.*. LOO..aoV..o.MOM a.rTerQT/y1MMf'! ,
person In murky or stirred up water close call with a shark occurred. slice through butter. iToothmarks c"r'' %!: KIM Wasuratnet' "+ '
-- JOHNSON OWNER 128 S. "' :.. 964-5289
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expert said.y{ _:]lany people.said they, ,about- Is ,that, I didn't have anywarn-' have four or'-five layers,growing at ,
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Gets,Safety AwardGilman Starke 964.5451


Paper Co. at Maxville has Fri, Sat., Sun.
been presented an award by Liberty : _
Mutual Insurance Co. recognizing the "FUNNY OFFBEAT Official
completion of one full year, 210,048 AND ORIGINAL Your Headquarters
manhours in which no lost-time In- Perhaps the belt film
juries occurred. This la a new record at Its kind tine ,
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Attending the presentation were
Mike Radchff, with the loss preven-
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Puhl, Gilman plant manager other 73
members of Gilman management Register For
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group Included David Capper planer .$\'l OO 000 in '
mill supervisor; Johnny Barker, CNS, Starke 964-7484: ,
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Supervisor' Jim Dennison, local .
union president; Wayne Martin, Earl Fri. thru Mon. .J.;' '.. .. .f ..* ,.
Luke and Charlie Smith. All are r
members of the Union Safety Com' J j. '
UNmmnrp IDDIC MURPHY
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congratulated as a'record of this type TIIIy'ra 18tUIIITRADING.' -. .
requires everyone's participation," '
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I Trial Starts For 2 UCI InmatesThe I


trial of two inmaiug tumped feared the county juror pool would be t,
,with killing, one correctional officer
tainted because prisons are the coon-
and wounding three others May 5 Is ty's principal employers. I 1
,underway in Lake Butler this week. -Circuit Judge R. A. "Buzzy"Green '
The defense attorneys for the two disagreed.
...
Inmates lost their chance for a changeof
venue when the 12 jurors were About 179 people were called to appear ,
f selected late Monday night. for questioning Monday from an
Ronald Woods, 18; and Leonard original pool of about 400 Union County I
M Y t r rw ; ,r Bean Jr. 25, are charged with first- residents. The jurors and alternates 1 l
degree murder In the slaying of Union then were selected from a nar- F
Correctional Institution correctional rowed down group of about 75 people.
officer John Steven Dennard. Both The selection of the 12 jurors was
prisoners also are charged with three completed about 6:4: p.m. l
counts of attempted first-degree Testimony heard- Tuesday and
murder and possession of a weaponby Wednesday from the correctional officers
4 an inmate. who were stabbed indicated ; i II%
kR in; l r v4T pasl4u h aSy Requests to move the trial were they saw the inmates who did the
based on what defense attorneys call- stabbing Defense attorneys say that )
ed prejudicial pre-trial publicity and the two inmates had no motive and .,I;
the fact that many county residents were "set up" by a group of inmates. '
have pre-existing prejudice against The trial is expected. to last the re- 1
(""''>.- Atinrnpvft hurt ,",lrt theyMute mainder of the week. .
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a f, f r Inmate, Found."GuiltyA II

mute FSF inmate who sentenced to thirty-two years for the
t. represented himself' in circuit court seven counts to 'run consecutivelywith
f n4 last week was found guilty of seven any sentence now being served.
counts of battery. and possession of a
weapon. Scott Is serving a 15 year sentence.
The trial of Jack Scbtt, Jr. was from St.Lucie County for first-degree

J'-....1II;,.,' '!''IIo!<'''_;:.'''11W\I.r.''JI.1i=o.., ,V,,.",,"' I,c .., .... n ., t'.'. ,<,> ,,'_ .. ......", ..,. .' .. -.. .'V.. ".. ",,,..j'L.'pv.. ,,,, ..,,.... : ., tion quickly from concluded the inmate with little in Bradford opposi- Bradford murder and County a five for year battery sentence. of a from law
County Circuit r'nllrt Scott was enforcement officer.
::'No Injuries reported In two car accident.

There were no Injuries reported In a two car accident on SB-21 In Keystone Leonard's. Outboard when Chevrolet -
Shop the failed
to Bee the car turning '
.:Ilelghts 22.
i A 1982 Sept.Chevrolet, driven by Steven Glen Stelnneti of Palatka, and a 1983 due according to the hill to Deputy and could Robert not stop A. Hurst.In time and struck the Mercury In the rear, KEYSTONE

';Mereury, driven by Deborah Jones Heptlnstall of Keystone Heights,:were"northbound > f CLINiC'I II

,. on SR-21-at 10 a.m.-The Mercury- was attempting a left turn Into Damage to the Mercury 16.500. Damage to the Chevrolet was 3000.. CHIROPRACTIC.

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.j SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE

')cooker Man cording to Trooper W.D. Langston. '<' On'
Arrested' Bond for the charge was set at$300. Starke Man Gets Monday Ketterer had asked
IJrugs-Weapon: Charge .Eaves was released on his own I Bribery ChargeA Starke help Patrolman the David Crum to
get charges dropped and
.% Brooker man was arrested last;' recognizance. Starke taxicab' driver 'was ar- Crum arranged a meeting between BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH
Saturday by the rested last week and Ketterer and Clark. ( ) (AUTO INJURIES) "
Gainesville Pollee i I Carolyn Jean Griffis, 40, of Lawteyi charged with j .
Department on drugs and a weapon n i I "was arrested September 23 .and bribery after he gave Bradford Coun- '-' The bribe NECK PAIN NUMBNESS OR PAINSHOULDER
Charges.. charged with driving while her ty State Attorney's Office Investigator was witnessed by Investigator PAIN I IN ARMS OR HANDSHEADACHES
Keith Adams in a Starke
.Craig Alexander Ross 21, was license was suspended. according. to Wiley Clark $500 in return business Clark. ON THE JOB INJURIES
Thursday said
charged with carrying a concealed 1 Trooper Langston. for dropping charges pending against (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP,
weapon, possession of a controlled Griffis was stopped, three 'miles him, according to Clark. I Ketterer also
substance-cannabts, possession of a south of Starke SR-100. 'promised to pay
on Bond was PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
$1,000 at later
controlled substance-cocaine :and set at$200.Griffis was released. on her Otto Ketterer,64,had been arrestedat a date said Clark. ,
possession of drug paraphernalia according own recognizance! ,' a Starke bus station in June for car- MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
to Patrolmen W. Eisenbrown"td rying a concealed .22-caliber pistol Bond for the charge was set at
.., ) S. Meffen. Arthur Edward Carter,Jr. 32, of and. had been charged with possession $10,000. Ketterer was released on his CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED .
Police attempted to apprehend Jacksonville was.arrested ,Sept.w 23 of a own
weapon by a convicted. : felon recognizance. I I
Ross "Thf Doctor it Tomorrow Wit Bin No Medicine,
during a
drug transaction in
the and :Charged with driving while Clark said. '
1700 block of the ,NE section of license permanently revolked and an:>, But WIN Intorait Hli PaMnti In The Can 01 Th Human
p 1! Gainesville where they found a .at Improper tag, according. to Trooper Fnmt In Hot And In Tilt Couu i PnvonUon 01 HM...- \
'1 semi-automatic pistol In his posses William Abrams. .- T. EDISON
t sion. After a short chase Ross was arrested Carter was stopped on CR-225 '
t and taken to the Alachua County 'southwest of Lawtey. driving a 1976Volkswagen. IPINEHURST 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service
::Adult Detention Center. "
I ,.Bond for 'the charges totalled Bond for the charges was set at I Grocery Variety STARKE Mon., Wed., & FrI. 8:30 to 1 & 2 to 6 Tues. & Thur. 8:30 to 1

$2SOOO..Rosf remains in custody. In $225. Carter was released on his own Store .
Alachua as of Wednesday. recognizance.: 473-3604 f'
*" < m i 0'EN7'a.m.9pm.! UPHOLSTERY, ,
I 'Kirby Lee Casselman Starke was D*. LOUNITTI RICHARDSON HWT. 31 N. ...x
Starke,Man Arrested arrested September 29 and charged Wool l Blend We Do i
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Trial Set Same ChargeA .with driving driving with unlawful while Intoxicated alcohol blood and (> "dePAtltTYptPS. Q6Ar-m: ., '', .... ., >!If a t (

Starke man scheduled for a non-i level, according to Trooper D. F. Fabrics, ., .UPHOLSTERING LOOK'TO
jury trial last Peseta, '
Monday for.
disorderly I
intoxication was arrested by Starke Casselman was stopped on SR-100 --- 25 % 'Nowis the time to w JAX FORD TRACTOR CO., INC.

charge.police Saturday'. night for. the same west of Starke to the driving arrest a 1981 record Jeep.According his rejuvenate '" FOR LOW FINANCING RA TES. j

'Jimmy Carroll Lee, :27, was charg- alcohol blood level was .15 percent. off your ;
.edavith':; disorderly intoxication, batter Bond for the charges was set at a Furniture.1 -1- ",
of a law, enforcement officer total of$700. Casselman was' releasedon Car
resisting an officer with violence and his own recognizance<< ;

battery,according. to Patrolman Paul VansBoats Z
'

Rhoden.Police arrived at the'Gator Den FSP Inmate Dies ra' r/"

Sept. 24 to break up a fight and arrested After Hanging Himself ". f
Lee.When he was taken to the ", */ "
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station, Lee started pushing, then A former:'death row inmate at ...g;
struck and threatened the officer. Florida State Prison hanged) himself Ladles & Mens WeLayJEANS -- ANNUAL
Bond for the charges totalled$1,600.: over, the weekend, according toDepartment Carpet & Vinyl PERCENTAGE RATE
Lee was released on his own 'of. Corrections ) ,
recognizance from the ,Bradford spokesman David Skipper, \ Call.for Free Estimates FINANCING FOR
George Franklin, 34, an inmate 25 %
County Jail Sept. 26. UP TO 48MONTHS
The Monday trial was' cancelled, from Broward County whose sentence or, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Leg will appear at a change of plea had been commmuted to life,was M tlzis AI brands 964-5587 !
hearing scheduled for pet. 3, according found hanged in his cell about 4:30'p.m I
to court records. :Sunday; Sept.25. ---. Buy and take delivery of any "
"He strung.himself up by the neck PINEHURST GROCERY new Ford Series 10 tractoror
with a noose fashioned from pieces of powerful TW Series
Jackson Granted e',sheet," Skipper. said calling the
hanging a 'very rare circumstance.* VARIETY STORESR tractor between September y
Bond Hearing; The noose was attached from an air. ; 1 and November 30 +?t.l"i i M ...

$ former policeman sentenced to vent which was seven feet high -)100:'South Starke 1983.We'll help arrange IL
three, years for vehicular homicide Franklin was last seen alive at the low 8%% FIXED
wai granted 'a supersedeas bond 4:02 p.mhead count, said Skipper. ANNUAL PERCENTAGE I.

hearing last Tuesday before. Circuit. PATE financing
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Judge John J Crews: '
Nelson Bivens (Sonny) Jackson reqiiested .for qualified buyers for y
he remain free on bond pending -, -' Oyster Bar & Lounge up to four full years l
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an appeal. through Ford Credit
The court granted Jackson hJw.s Specials. Thursday Friday &: Saturday Company.OR'DELAY
to post a $3,000 bond or turn himself ,
the Bradford County Jail. Round- YOURPAYMENTS
into

tree bond Bonding for Jackson Agency the same posted day.a surety. The "R":, is, Back in the Oyste'R' UNTIL APRIL, 19841

The office of the state attorney will Prefer to delay payments Instead?We can help arrange up to 7 I
continue recommend Jackson the half" shell months waiver of payments for qualified buyers followed by up to four I
on 'dozen
serve jail time,according to Assistant 2.OO full years of 10 %FIXED ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE financingon
State Attorney Thomas Elwell. "We TW and Series 10 tractors excluding You'll
I' all tractors ( 2310))
will be
are| sure the appeal denied,
Elwell.!: 50 make no additional payments and finance charges will not begin to
; 'Rum & Coke 5Jewatcb
sal O.J. Creme on the :Rocks accrue until April 1, 19841!

I Extinguished fO % ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE

At Funeral' Home the ,Gators 'Saturday : Nite HereFREE FINANCING ON 1000 SERIES TRACTORS!

'&, fire In a store room at Jones Buy and take delivery of a stocky new Ford 1000 Series compact
Funeral Home on Nona Street was extinguished Drink Everytime, Gators'Score a Touchdown diesel tractor between September 1 and November 30, 1983.We'll

by the Starke Saturday Fire Department (For Lounge Customers Only) ; help arrange 10%% FIXED ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE financing
8:30 4
Employees at pm.of the funerdI home, for qualified buyers for up to four full years.
-someone started the fire -- Resfcsurqnt SpecialThursday All offers require a qualifying down payment or trade-in.Certain
which was contained to the one room,) restrictions apply. Physical damage and credit Insurance not
tfte former;' Colonial Flower 'Shop. c Friday: ""Saturday.- Sunday "; Included. 4

damage Estimated to the smoke room Is fire$2,000.and 'water,. Broiled Rounder ," .Fresh :' AND THERE'S MORE! .

-;firemen responding! ,to ,the .call You also get three years of exclusive Ford Tractor Care FREE when
were Cecil! Crawford and Tom Rowe. 'wi w/Create Sauce . .. :.3..75 1 EggplantParmigine. : 3.95Vz '
you buy a new Ford TW-5, TW-15,TW-25 or TW35. '. :
Violations ,Or get the Ford Extended Service Plan FREE and take advantageof
:traffic; Fried ,
Gokfen
,Fried>Large Shrimp special factory Incentives on Ford mechanical front-wheel drive '
County : "
In Bradford. 3 if when you.buy a new Ford T'I'-10,TW-2Q or TW-30. "'
i1 maoi Torres.; 43 of Bradfordty Chicken *+>e,a f l iicWN: ,'. .,. K D Scat ps;Oysters (comb) 6 a 9 5 '
rtraaarreeted'September 31 STOP IN SOON FOR DETAILS : ,>'I}t
a charged with DO v"id *"?*' We specialize In homemade>< : soups:,and fresh vegetables AND RESTRICTIONS /'
B ,wJ Nv1nC an improper tag ( ,

a otording to the Trooper charges B.!wu A,Williams.set at$75.TotreJwaii ., 4 Breakfast" 99 a up :Lunch 2.95, a i)9 Dinner. 3.50 a-up Jax Ford Tractor Co., Inc. I
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release. after he posted GARDEN' f Under ,New
crh bocid., : RESTAURANT Ownership .

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Sack E.Eaves,38.of starke was sr't'asted. 800.N. Temple Avg.-; Starke. 786-0212
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(l-r) Don Barren.Sr.,Rev.George Watson of the First In Starke as the Rev. Watson wished the missionaries
II Assembly of God, Neal Gray and Don Barren Jr., all good luck on the remainder of their Journey to Miami by 'GET"'i
met at the church on the corner of SH-16 and Weldon St. bicycle.lro .

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Three missionaries stop- in the fourth purpose of the trip. The tlan message to the world. ,doy ,?M I R 0.,,O" ll..,
s ped off at bicycling Starke s First Assemblingof final priority for the journey Is to Neal Gray the third bicyclist, is u.<'\0 4tbJ aw. C-6u
God church last Thursday on their show the healing power of God. Four also a pilot:Neal is a captain on' e.'i oo 1Cl.\\!
way south in a trip to support the years ago, Don lost his aviation Lockhead 1011 and an Instructor \ '\?. Ofl.f1t
"Speed the Light' ministry.In license due to coronary vascular pilot for Delta Airlines. Neal's mis-' V.
a day when the world seems to disease;a heart disease. Being slonary Interests have sent him to Waterfront ., '
be void of purpose and men are grounded was a massive blow since India,where he was able to con- o'M Eating ,
groping for direction In life, it id he was a captain with Trans World tribute to the Christian cause. Neal
good to find Interest stories which Airlines. Since that time, Don says has seen God put purpose in his life, e .f u LUNCH & INNER 84
t convey both and direction. that God has miraculously. healed. as well as in his family. His : Q .
x The direction purpose is southward bound. daughter shares her father's love for ':. BEER & WINECHICKEN
t Three Georgian men will be traveling him.Today, Don is on an extensive exercise -' mission work. ... .,...,. d
program which includes running '
I, over 2000 cumulative miles on Last the school '
.' two miles and biking 15miles year young high .
'bicycles.The two week journey
began In Atlanta and will terminate each day. At age 46, his portfolio In- sophomore took the opportunity to ?
r. In Miami. Yet the direction Is not the cludes being the founding pastor of serve Jamaica as a missionary during her ambassadorto Christmas CLAMS ,e OYSTERS 1r
three churches, acting as executive ,
; news maker, neither is the cross-
vacation. Neal conducts home Biblestudies
country trip. Many people have administrator in land development, and is actively involved In .. .f SHRIMP
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traveled north and south, east and as well as having a successful avia- '
church
ministries. His exuberance .
west across this land on bicycles, tion career. Whether in the cockpit, '
radiates around him as he shares his CATFISH
behind the pulpit or bicycling to GROUPER
and more will make a similar
many love for Christ with others. His life Is .
Miami, Christ has remained
The of the adventure alwaysat '
Journey.and the men purpose involved are the the center of Don's life.Don's a evangelism prime example and ministry.If of total.ia'- |1\ h OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ..
son accompanies him on this
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all others. trip. Don Barron, Jr.,age 26, Is a you are interested in lending < \I
'. '1 The of the trip is four-fold. missionary to East Africa. He has support or taking part in this trip fO\ (lL
f purpose ,
'1. The traveling trio claims that the' experienced first hand the effects)of missions, you can call on Rev 'r n.. I fe'Jl'n\41 .. .. ..."
t foremost purpose is to glorify God. quality equipment on'the mission George Watson at the First rtoi lc;.. "M..h ."" .1' Sa'ttl.p;."' '. nl1Jf:: lto I'
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by.EUnabeth Terry Mr; and Mrs. Charles Starling and Bill Dobbs for a week. VKt, i i l'v Alachua visited his' cousin, Mrs. EQUIPMENT i .!
phone 789-3300 family. Mrs. Ola Starling and Mrs.: Daisy i" Flossie Rosier, on Sunday afternoon. .
CHURCH ACTIVITIES... Mr.and Mrs. Charles Smith and Boch went shopping In Gainesville on .. James Ellison of Jacksonville
family *. of Augusta,Ga. are Saturday. visited Mr" and Mrs. Joe'Harris' and. & SUPPLIES
Grace United Church had a clean- visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friends of c edr Ic-Roster are happy family on Sunday afternoon. \,
up day at the parsonage on Saturday, Andrew McCombs. Mr. Smith Is attending to report that his surgery was su<* Norris Gay and his brotherinlawand
Sept. 24. We appreciate the help school In Augusta, and will eessful. It was at 1 a.m. and he knew sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dur- (
received and assure you that it look finish In three weeks and then will go the family'by noon. He was able to rance, visited their'-daughter Mrs. i
lots better. to Washington D.C. and wlU be in come home Saturday afternoon.. Our Gayle Dobbs;of Conyers Ga. and his I
First Baptist Church observed their communications there at the Pen- prayers are with him. niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs.-Alto irzzz:::::: .....i asdJ
regular birthday party on Sunday, tagon. Friends of Randy Massey regret to Pittman; of Annlston, Ala:
Sept.' 25. Everybody enjoyed the Mr. and Mrs. Earl'Troxell and their learn that he has pneumonia and Is In Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and Mr. HIlI
fellowship and food. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and intensive care in Alachua General and Mrs.. Tommy Edwards' and Drawer
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Grace United Methodist Church Mrs. Craig Carroll of Boca Raton, attended Hospital in Gainesville. Our prayer. Alecla visited the Delbert King family
.will have a clean-up day at the churchon the 50th wedding anniversary are with him.Friends In Gainesville on Sunday afternoon. ? Letter Size
Saturday Oct. 1 and Oct. 8. We party for Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stineof of Mrs. Hulon Jferndori Miss Cheri Redgrave of Houston,
would appreciate it If you could come. Doctor's Inlet given by their regret to learn that her mother, Mrs. Texas, arrived on Sunday, Sept. 18, 1
by and help us. children of Jacksonville on Saturday, Bonnie Kirk, la seriously ill ,in for a visit with her grandmother,Mrs. ---- File Cabinet .,
Grace United Methodist Church Sept. 24.Mrs. Rockwood,Tenn. and they are not expecting O.J. Anders. While here they visited -
will have a thrift shop clearance sale Ola Starling,Mrs. Daisy Boch her to live. Our prayers are Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and -
on Saturday, Oct. 1, at the church and Mrs. Geraldine Norman attended with Mrs. Herndon and the family. / ,family of Hilliard and other relatives.Mrs. .L oo
from t a.m. until ??. Everything. 25' the special service at Pine Level Bap- Mrs. Rossle Reddish attended'the Ida Mae Weber of Lutz, Fla. arrived : $1 ;
or less. tist Church on Thursday night. Union Baptist Church on Saturday.. ton Sunday and both she and ,
Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Shelton of She the fellowship Mrs .,
PERSONALS... enjoyed message, ; Anders went home with Miss .
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Naples and Mr. and Mrs. Gene and singing. Redgrave on Monday., Sept 28, for a Save '75.00 ',
Mrs. John Tye attended a bridal Douglas of Mima spent the weekendof Mr. and Mrs. George Roller arevisiting visit. a
shower for Miss Robin Tatum at the Sept. 11 with Mr. and Mrs., Oscar their relatives In'Douglas, Special Special
home of Mr: and Mrs. Charles Tatumon Carter. Ga. .
Sunday, Sept. 18. Angle DeVore of Lake Butler spent Jeffrey McClellan of Starke, was a' Lawtey School News... Any Desk Sold during
Mrs. O.J. Phillips returned .home the weekend with her grandmother. Sunday ;dinner guest of his grandparents PTO Meeting News O j
Sunday, Sept. 18, after spending two Mrs. Pauline DeVore: ,Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan. The Lawtey PTO held its open this sale will include...
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Fate Mr. and Mrs. John Butler of Harold Clemons of Jacksonville house meeting last,Tuesday. night,
Redd of Macon, Ga. Her soninlawand Gainesville visited their parents, Mr. visited Mr.: and Mrs.. Les. McClellanon Sept. 13. -
daughter. Mr and Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Bill Dobbs on Friday night. Saturday afternoon A short business meeting-was held.
GasklM spent Saturday-night with Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Mrs. Lila Henry of Starke was a 'The Halloween carnival was discuss Complete, ,
their sister, Mrs. Fate Redd, and they their brother, E.L. Kelly' in the Saturday dinner guest of Mr. and. ed. This years carnival will be on Set of
brought their mother, Mrs. Phillips, Veteran's Home In Gainesville on Fri Mrs. LonnIe Teston. Saturday, Oct. 29. The fish dinner will I
home on Sunday. day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts spent be as usual with a pump shotgun,$100 Deskccessorie ;
Annie Starling, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Mike Dobbs and their weeks vacation the moun-. gift certificate, and an AM/FM radio I.
Mrs. Jerre Starling of Safety Harbor, daughter; Lorilee, of Marathon, tains. cassette tape music box as raffle
spent a week with her grandparents. Visited their parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Burton Walker and son ,Billy of items.
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, Mary Jo Hamilton Church of God wlth.Rev. Walter Montzl' Rev. Alton Coleman and Rev:David Damaged Executive

Memorial services were held for Mary Jo Hamilton,55,Aug. 23, at 7 p.m. at Kirkland officiating.Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery. under. .the directionof .
her home in Yuma, Arizona. : I Jones Funeral Home,514 E. Nona_St.;Starke..
\-If' A former resident of Starke, Mrs. Hamilton had been residing. for.the past $99 i
.Jf': two. years in Yuma with her aunt, Myrtice Gray.: Ernest Joseph Knight Chair
) Bom Aug. 12, 1928'In Jacksonville Mrs. Hamilton died Sunday; Aug. 21, at Ernest Joseph Knight, 61, of Starke. died Sunday., Sept. 25, in the Veterans
1 her a lengthy illness. Private cremation was held at Ryzek Hospital in Gainesville following a brief Illness:
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Yuma Mortuary lieu of other remembrances, the. family suggests dona-. Born in Bradford County,living most of his life In Jacksonville, Mr. Knight, SAVE 45.00
tions to the Hospice of Yuma P.O. Box 4211. < was a retired tugboat operator from the Jacksonville Shipyard and was a _
Mrs.Hamilton had attended Immaculate Conception School in Jacksonville member of the Oak Grove Church Clf Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
.. and received an associate of arts degree, from Brevard. Community. College.InTitusville Survivors include seven sisters. Mrs. Alma Seay of Worthington Springs,. /
Fla.Survivors Mary Powell of Starke, Nina White of Jacksonville, Sadie Bowie of Hockiss,
Include her mother Rachel Hamilton of Starke; two sons,Edward Cola:, Gwen Abernathy of Orange Park, Debris Miller of Iron City. ,. Ga. and
Fanton of Starke'and John Fanton of Titusvlllej; one. sister,Edna Knepper of Llllie Ann Johns of Starke; several nieces and nephews. \Computer
Starke and five grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday at:2 p.m. at Oak Grove Church of Jesus
Christ ,of Latter Day Saints In Union County with Elder W.W..Jordon officiating _----- -
Robert T. Swartzwelder assisted by Bishop Dale Smith. Burial'was In the church cemetery Machin. D
Robert T. Swartzwelder,77, of Keystone Heights, died Monday at his home ,under the direction. !Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler. ,9 5 '
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following an extended illness. .' f. .
Born in Templeton, Penn., Mr. Swartzwelder moved to Keystone Heights .. Henry..:Townsend. Beg'19.00
five years ago from Dover Ohio where he had made his home for'over 20 ,55 of Flagler Beach,a native of Lake Butler,'who mov-
years. He had previously lived in Keystone Heights In the 1940s and was a frequent ed to'Lgler County in 1939 from Hastings,died. Saturday. Sept.. 3,at Halifax "Great for tax records dress patterns etc."
visitor prior to moving back In 1978. He was a retired employee of the Hospital after a long Illness. "
Greer Steel Corporation of Dover and was a member of the Methodist Church. Born In Lake Butler, Mr.Townsend. vras a light equipment operator for the 2 Drawer FILE CABINET "
Survivors Include his wife Mrs. 'Sarah T. Swartzwelder of Keystone Flagler County Road Department. .
Heights; four sons David of Dennison, Ohio Terry of Bollver, Ohio, Michael, Survivors In'Clude'h\s\ wife, Mrs. Gladys Townsend of Flagler Beach; his
of Keystone Heights L and Eric of New Philadelphia. ; Ohio and 16 grand- mother, Mrsi\ Clara Townsend of Daytona Beach one son, Jerry Townsend of 6 .HOME. RLE $
children. "' Winter Park; two stepdaughters, Paula Hunter, Largo, and Beverly Holmesof 5900
Funeral services ", Je held at 2 p.m. Wednesday; Sept. 28, at graveside in Jacksonville; two stepsons, Paul Bill) Cummins of Harleyville;S.C. and '73.00 SALE
,Keystone Heights QmeteJ'-With Dri'\ Je sceph Arthur and Rev. David Landers. ,Chssles(Chuck) Cummins of Albany)Ga.; two brothers James Townsend of .Reg.
o. Jones Futfeieiv o.tie' :'bl n67He hly'11 tthi fBI ,a.. !hfieU and Fulton Townsend. of E\Plerceltwo..al istera, Eloise Morris.and ';,-:'1 $;, IBM CORRECTING $ANY. "''i'l'
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rangemenangements. illr'fI"! r11 JI'" '" rili zabeth Yelvlngton, both of Dayfohk Beach?,and siX stepgranUchlldren/ '
Craig Funeral Home jrf Bunne. plT orlda,was in charge of arrangements. SELECTRIC 4 Dept. Electronic
i Muriel M. Dexter ',. .', '."
Mrs.'Muriel M.:Dexter, 67, of Melrose, died Tuesday. at home following an fly Typewriter Cash Register
'extended illness. .'
Born In Brooklyn, New York Mrs. Dexter moved to Melrose two years ago .r: arpei ""$ gl Tteg. '1060 Reg. '599
from Pompano Beach where she had lived for eight. years.. She was a member Any Nil 95 Scolsgard
of the Catholic Church 'Room Is
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John G Dexter,Jr.of Melrose and William Dexter of New York City. and, one
grandson John G. Dexter, III of Melrose. Whole 5995 & E Model No. R131
Graveside services will be held Thursday, Sept. 29, at 11 'a.m. in Eliam I House'Specl'aI1uv.p< Din., IfaE, 3 Br.). N
Cemetery; Melrose with Father Michael Williams officiating.'Jones Funeral ELECTRONIC Reg. '399.00
Home of Keystone Heights In charge of arrangements. I Carpet Dyed (cm?) . . . . . 5995 Ii

Douglas Andrew Jones Furniture ,Cleaned. (sofa & ChaIr. 4495 Ir1" CASH $ 00
Douglas Andrew'Jones. 68, of Eminence, Kentucky, died Sunday' night, 2 9 9
Sept. 25, at his home following a sudden illness. ? "Not Delighted.. Don't'Pay"Serving REGISTERNeed
Born in New Castle,Mr,'Jones was a-former resident of Lawtey,having lived I
.there over 20 years.He was a veteran of World War II,having served in the Bradford & Union County and surrounding area Copies Made Every Day?,
',U.S. Navy for 20q ears;was retired from the Florida State Prison as a correctional -
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Survivors include his wife,Mrs. Hazel: I.McVicker Jones from Lawtey; two ,(Licensed & Insured) (Residential l & Commercial) jt
,daughters, Mrs..'Brenda Seeley of Lawtey and Mrs. Kathy Clemons:of MITA Reg. 1995.00
.Hellbronn Springs;one son, Douglas A. Jones II of Orange Parkone; sister. 964-6931 H Dry TonerCOPIER
'Mrs. Laura mil of Eminence, Ky. and four grandchildren. FREE Estimate*',; 24 Hr. Service *. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Funeral services will be held Thursday, Sept.'29, at :3 p.m. In the Grace. J $1750 .
;United Methodist Church In Lawtey with Rev. Don Denton and Rev. Jim ... .. ...... ,
''Thompkins officiating.Burial will berld Lawtey Cemetery under the direction.
Jof Jones. Funeral. Home 514 E: Nona St.,Starke. .. Smith Corona 2200 "-.
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Rev. Noeba A.:Blake 75 of Lawtey died Tuesday night, Sept.20, at home, -
((following an extended illness. .. _
.Born in Nettleton,JMlss.,Rev.Blake moved to Bradford County in 19711rom
Tatt, Fla. Rev. Blake\ was an ordained Church of God minister with over 50 ,S '- 339
years of service; and was a member of the Lawtey Church of God. '. YE"50'OZho Sale
'. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs Elsie C. Nipper Blake of Lawtey three +
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of Starke, .. ..' VICTOR 12P 1 ONLY
Mrs Clarice Montz
daughters, Mrs Marcia Furnari of Hawthorne,
and Mn. Wilma Snider of Fairbanks,,Alaska; one son,'Lionel A. Blake of. Use gas and save 30% 'I r l xurus -j CALCULATORReg.
sister Mrs.'Julia Holllngsworth of Ft Myers two brothers. .
Lawtey; one to 50% compared to the WIlfUlIIUr1t1
Nobah'Blake of Tampa and Peavy Blake of.Clan ton,,Ala.13 grandchildren OuMrrNON Reg. '89.95
cost.of electric heating:, p ] Sttcl 5111(11
and 15 great "
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LEGION HALLSr-21. Saturdays Hair Styling Sooifor. chain $250. Dinette table
1((' STRUT CARPENTRY AND MASONRY- ,1 p.m.Public 'Invited. barber or_motologl.'. :3 with two chain $33. Call
rem hem walking' FOR RENT lease. 9/29 ttchg .
CHURCH STREET NOTICE. WORK Building pa tloe. 7/7 tfnchg. chair Long term 4732916.
.1 1 Istonca ta stores C... GUARANTIED odllltlq".ed.lln.., "ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS House attached, 4 WIRE HUBCAPS 14 Inch
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01 heat carport front Large C/B homit. HOOP REPAIR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING OFFICI A. .BUSY CORNER home and tile work. Free Closed' reasonable rent. Primelocation. S7S or trade for 13 Inch

orch. backyard. Specialize. In .leaks and,! should be submitted to the facing Flamingo. $t but can estimates Phone 473-4473 meetings Monday 8 p.m. Call after S p-m, Call 473-7989. 9/29 Itehg

ERA FAULKNER REALTY "Minor repair For free Lake Region Monitor officeIn be seen from SR-IOO and during day.. 9/1.tfnchg Open meetings Friday 8p 473-7705.9/2-29 2tchg $RAND NEWS 2BR.. IBATHdoublewlde .
ERA FAULKNER REALTY 964-8065 estimate, rail after S p.m. I( writing and paid In advance SR-21 'Intersection Primelocation. CARPENTER WORK .m. Alonon, Monday 8 FOR SALE Oft RINTl Commercial mobllehome
,, 964-806S fpff <17..I...or 361.1201LOOK union credit I I. Call 473-3411.9/1 Remodeling work 'kitchen p.m. .All meetings at trl-plenr-IO'' X 3O*! with 'lake access .In
H 111 m. already established k with tfnchgv Cabinet and trim carpen Educational' Building Community 17 X 301 40- X 30'.-WU! Keystone area. First time
ajprj I | H' ''' '' 'Ua o. ,. .. this office. PARTIALLY'' FURNISHIDl, "try. Reasonable. prices. Church 473-2790:: or rent all or part. Century 21 tot up. $21,900. 375-3906

..II'AlIO"IIIOADWAY" I ,!{i!" .... '" .." __. ,, MONITOR STAFF CANNOT 38R., 1M bath mobllehome' Call 473-2477 after 5.30: 4752130. 7/7 tfnchg Showcase Properties, 'Inc.. or 4752506. 929tcha Windshield .
BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR In Melrose. '0'_.. Large p.m. 9/1 tfnchg OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo REALTOR. 473-4903.. 9/29 1974 SUZUKI OTJtOl

GRAHAM AREA MISTAKES 'IN porch. Responsible" couple I CARPENTRY< repairs, Installations dues,fees or weigh In. tfnchg ,. backrest, 'luggage

'I R. 1A Nice. Pecenroes. Large brick home, over CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS Wall'". 475-1368.. 9/1 doors windows Open meetings Tu...,'.. BORDER GRASS-FERNS 50 rock 18,745 ", II... Excellent

$32.000. 3200 sq. ft. Nice oc...... NEW AUCTION TAKEN OVER THE tfnchg ... cabinet/ shelving .7:30: p.m. Community cants Swan Crest Nursery condition $600.
Let of merchandise). TELEPHONE. COMPLETELY' FURNISHIDl partitioning, paneling Call Church Educational located on SR-26 2M 4737592. ALSO:197*HON
'Ig AAUlKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTY Classified deadline I I. 2BR., 2BATH home on 4732520. 9/22 tfnchg Building Keystone miles east of Melrose.9/1S DA CB200I Windshield'
tw.1061 3s4colaI,1 Each Friday Tuesday noon prior to Gatorbane Lake with CARPET AND VINYL repair ".Igh'.. 4732790. 7/7 tfnchg crashbar luggage rack.
7:30 P.M. Thursday publication. flroplaea.' Available- and .Installations. Free tfnchg SHALLOW AND DEEP WILL 18.24S miles. Excellent'

m LH. located |lust north of Minimum charge It IS September I through May ............ Ten year ... BINGO Lions Club' acres PUMPS PVC pIpe. and fit- condition $450.. 4737592.
PIM W Waldo en U.S. 301. \wa.... for S2.73 then 10 3i$400/month.. Keystone perience. Call 473-4217 from high school.' final. Water oof'....... 9/29 I tchg
Call 3254452TflLUiIIIOL cants for each word Height Realty, 'Inc., and ask for Craig. '9/1 Tuesdays, Early Bird: 7 Bryan Ace Hardware, 1913 STUMPKNOCKEIl

::I ':JUST OFF 230A tho..reafter.LOSTFOUND. REALTOR 4734961., ,9/1 tfnchg p.m.:, Regular, 7:30 p.m. Keystone gte., 473-4006 Fiberglass bass boat 35 hp .
f ..... tfnchg RETIREMENT HOMI AND Public 'Invited. 7/7 tfnchg. 9/13 tfnchg trolling motor, rigged complete -
$ 1 IA frame on nicefneocr '
IN COUNTRY .JBR.. 2BATH HOME ON 3 HAIRSTYLING CENTER All COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on ,full cover extra
*. 4 I.. TA IA. Large with ACRISi $32S/month. under one roof. OFFERING YARD SALE corner of Lawrence Blvd. clean Like new. Must see

.in: acreage. 'lOSTi pair boys brown rim Available September, 7. : Certified nursing and Flamingo near SR-100 to appreciate, 3675.

EUA-FAULKNER l REALTY DALEWOOD eye g ...... Lost Sunday In Keystone Heights Realty, assistance and CPR trained GIGANTIC 'GARAGE SALE and SR-21 Intersection 473-7198 or 1-396-4868.
ERA FAULKNER REALTY Inc., REALTOR 4734961. staff 24 hour 4-seporate office complexes
''''506S 3 BR, 2 BA Stucco home.Meny vicinity of Eagles' and ; supervisionfor Sept. 29.30 Oct. 1, from 10 TRUCKS
91 I lot with CARS.
9t4-SO S tfnchgPARTIALLY senior citizens; hot ; comer entrances
elementary' school. a.m. to S St. An... *
rn extras. $' .000. p.m.
.FURNISHED meals; day week or 'longterm' on sides of
m
REWARD. Return to LindaCole. Thrift Shop. Lot of good & BOATS
1BR., lath mobllehom In STYLING building. Owner financed
'. Eagle's., 9/29 stay bargain 9/22-29
P'WA'I.J ERA FAULKNER REALTY 2tchg
.. Melrose with low Interest Call
PIAIIo. POUNDs chocolatecolored area large living CENTER for the public; rate.
ANNUAL GARAGE SALE
U 964-505 I mole young dog Three room, porch. Responsible precision styling for men Park of the Palms, Frl.. 473-4920 or 473-3411 9/1 CUSTOM VANS New 1983

| HWYSOISHiAc. REDUCED miles south of Melrose. couple wanted. 1175/mo. and women; perms and Sept. 30 and Sat., Oct. 1. tfnchg Chevy Vans, V-8 automatic

:: with 'Ig. frontaga.J 3 SR.2 BA Brick In coJ try., .....loo. ,Call 473-1389 after 930: plus deposit.Call 664-6634. hair-coloring. SR-325 From 9-4. 9/29 Itchg LUDWIG SNARE DRUM transmission with overdrive

Over 2 DC.... $50,000. p.m. 9/22 tfnchg Hampton 468-2619. 9/1 SAT.. OCT. 1i 830 till. w/earrylng case, music power steering
:i
REDUCED FOUND In White Sands UNFURNISHED 2BR., 2BATHmobllehomo. tfnchgWILL Geneva Lake Estate stand practice pad 2 sets power ".ak.., power windows

iiA FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER off SR 214. blonde AC/CH. enlarge I DO TYPING In my .sticks beginning band power door locks.
REALTY 42 ac.... I BR 1 IA. C/B area Follow sign Small electric
fenced lot. Call Bill at homo. Book book Used IVi yrs. III.choo' Panasonic sound
1 4-SOsS male cocker spaniel', and reports appliance and system
Home. S7S.JSO. 473-4006. After 6 call ,. Call powertools. '. Scott Mllllgan. wheel' boards.
male. welmaraner.' If p.m. resumes etc. Hand tools, kitchen. tilt running
ra. H .1065m yours, please call 473-7933 659-2111.9129 Itpd 473-2898. 9/13 tfnchg utenclls, dishes, rifles, 475-2O77. 9/22.29 2tpd 4 captain chairs and couch
_' JIIAUOt' ERA FAULKNER REALTY after 2:30: p.m., A BARGAIN 2BR.. Bath SEWING MACHINISRIPAIRIDiAII bedspreads mirrors, OATORBONI LAKI COT Beaulllul Interior and exterior -
< ; "." doublewlde mobllohome. TAOli $14,400 and with
makes' tables' buffet, oriental' '
"IB All new, first time set up. On 9 ac.... 78000. Terms.Rt. dual air, top of the line
figurines, 'Si W TV.
cleaned, oiled .and ad- rug
SAMPSON 11 WANTEDUSED
.
LAKI SHORES Lake access In Keystonearea. I. Box 346, KeystoneHats. 15900. Compare at
barrow
garden tools, wheel

.;jplngle-wlde mobile HWY 229 jl.uos. .373-3906 or 4734506. lusted $15. Work ., 326S6 9/29-10/11 21000.Vi percent bank
,
rod and
fishing reel.'
% from -
Only ml. river, VIDEO GAME 9/29 guaranteed. James 3tpd
>onus with bullt-ons on TAPES Itchg 9/29 financing. Phone
.Icy. 3/4 acre, access to nice 30V4 OCt with 3 SR. 1V4BA for .Intellevlslon..113.4640.. Strickland, corner Morgan Itchg2FAMILVs CR-214 Will SILL OR! TRADI FOR Gainesville 332-0903. 9/1
FRI SAT
brick veneer house. OVER I ACRI. B/4 M Rd. and 16. Stork. MOTOR HOME 1.6
..... V.ry good price. nchv _Hwy, off SR-21 to Baker Rood aero. tfnchg
Hardwood floors pecan I Country dub building lot. RHINO ROAD Fenced well, electric pole, 1913 STUMPKNOCKIRtfiberglass

1 fruit trees smell barn e .T..... Owner financing 10 acre with comfortableframa HWY 161 look, for bikes signs' household"Clothing lake privileges. Appraised bass boat 35 hp
MA'' REALTY Price reduced No down LAKI ACCESSNice 'Another. Stork. landmark., toys $10.800. Call 1-813-4396.
FAULKNER utility bldg. .payment. ., h.", .. Several goods, .Hoby-Cat. and trolling motor Rigged
t4.t '5 to $109.900. D.W. with bullton.'On Remodeled lovely older 9/29-10/6 2tpd complete, full caver, extra
tree*. 2' much
FAULKNER pecen posture. 9/29
REALTY more. Itpd
rn IRA FAULKNER REALTY IRA 1 .... Lively "-0. Willconsider dug ....... Owner financ. f-.. .. [IIUIIM.- hardwood IN CLAY COUNTY 1 acre clean like new. Must seato
.loose purchase or ing.. floor*, barn w/loft. stalls., FOR SALE and up--startlng at appreciate, 3675.
.IALI0C mm. sell. (29.900. tack room.. 40 ,*.-er will $l.200ocre.Good Investment 473-7198 or 1.396.4068.9Itfnchg .
'UI06SlB. Owner finance 10 ,
.
\ ACRES H IRA FAUIKNIR RIALTYHWYUW IRA FAULKNER RIALTY TERMS divide. 90 pecan tree OS ISO SUZUKI. Shaft drive percent Interest. Century 1941 FORD 2DR SEDAN. New

0'. of pecan .r.... 5IA110'. 344-1016 9 4-SOsS fairing tank. beg. 2 21 Showcase Properties paint, glass, etc. Run a
toablewlde MH. Old barn m' il CH IRA FAULKNER REALTY. helmets, 1400.. Call 'In*?.. REALTOR,. 473-4903. good.. 2200. Call
OLD FARM HOUSE '
'Mar Formal GREEN ACRES 9S4-SOS* 473- 289. '/29. 1 Itpd 9/29 nVidia 473-3289. 9/29 ItpdBOATS a
tractor and .
Vary old house with approximately ."....10. : '
swimming -
home with
II... Lg. nice EH
30-,acres. Vary pool fish pond fencing .. ... I! ,
ERA FAULKNER REALTY good price. 8 6 ec. Excellent OFF HWY 301 N SiAlIC**,..

sy si 9645045i 1% A. M/H with bulltH'a'. Starke Ads Con't ,.
Owner Financing.
lei wttti 160'frontage.
ERA'..ULKNIRIEALTY Nice building F.P. Priced. sell. '
m. W4.SO.S ..ovttfful. ...... 1979 STUMP KNOCKER Hi 3S
tB IRA FAULKNER REALTY964SOtl ERA FAULKNER REALTY HWY 301 ROver hp Johnson Thruster, trollIng -

944-sosS one acre with. 220: motor. Call 964-8693
s IRA FAULKNER REALTY .ran'.... $24,000. MISCELLANEOUS after 5:30
9/29
jlAllp EjjJtei m Itl-SOtS 111 DB, WANTEDAXLES p.m. 2tchg
GOOD LOCATION
III"FAULKNER REALTY 10/06
:/t. 3 BR. 1A. : siS La "''''' '-:: I
r ._..
carport HWY 235 '' '.....065. .I HAVE$10.008 and deed to JON BOAT 10 ft., 3- ,.
Ice 'lot.i I TIRES. Two axles'
aluminum.
Over :32 ec.. of high/dry j/u/o. OFF '. 1 'm mortgage receivable' and four tires. Highest $110. 964-6774.

i 'land fenced '.. shad MADISON STREET CRIFFIS LOOJF w ($32.000)) that. pays $307,00 price. paid. Green's
IVv 4th STRUT ......-. Would ,like CARS
barn w/eloc. a wall. Love- ffOUfdfl IVMil COt 6.7 Acres 11000. monthly to Welding Shop, 301 South,.

f.' A F SAILKNER"64.5D6S REALTY "ly 'Ig. oak I several OWNIR' young tape 'Ig. shed location., office. blag.Ixceltent Nice 1 OFF acres HWY with 16 lets W .. All purchase Keystone|ake or place Starka.In, Starke, 964-50O7.. 7/07 & TRUCKS .,. .

pecan trees. sHrtedaVsd.Onryte.SOO.: IRA PAULKNI.. REALTY64SOsS I HWY 301S 964-8671 after B 6/30, WANTED TO BUY COTTAGE '
[8 FINANCING.ERA p.m. 197S CHEVY IMPALA 350 \
I IExcellent Over 2 acres, Ig. frontage. t'n. Handyman's Special only. "
P/A1/0w' FAULKNER REALTY4SOiS IRA FAULKNER REALTY m' I Zoned commercial. FREE PUPPIES Females.,, 9mos,0 Or lot on lake or Inlet.' Call V-8.t ,Power ,steering.

I IRA FAULKNER REALTY 96-0 S .. $21.001I.' .od.., 782r333; : tow 5 p.m. to ,e, p. ,,.,.., power'! bra./HIt'j/ Av,
: : : ,:: : 00.01 Qf ':: .1yvZtA1W' ,'/ IOtBUSINESS 1-942P5A! !. ,"/2.<2 i1: 1pdb4 ,7 i, ,,2-dflor,, .tMRg 4MdfA41)tata) ,
*. HWY MISipprax. ,. .1{ !r40 I I. 2761 See at 411 N. St.
I \lar '' I r. "" ::: ., IL NHARNUIbALTyt41 I 1 >) / +1t.IiQR fMP'Iua..o. ,1glr9lo,' .
1% A.-with bOO' -"AIIO' I I.rJ'. y" m .wJM::.. 'HWY50flt ..')" :u <, t weeks. old. 334 St.. Clot St. 964-8872. 9/,15 "' '''
trentage.. JUST REDUCED .Investment,CoW.. 'SCI"'m" Mother German Shepherd 7* FORD FALCON, Torino-

Beautiful DW M.H.. barn LO.TRACT Apts. $...100. TIRMS. r I I. OPPORTUNITIESOWN Father 7? 964-6870. tpd type body. 67.000 original
ERA FAULKNER REALTY "A 110x':.: WANTED FROM OWNERS'Best mile*. 6-cyl., one owner,,
workshop .Ig. parch T.IIINN of lend .
PING III Hempae eree '. $500. 964-5494. Itpd 9/29
'U.I065 $39,900. Will' consider offers. On Hwy. 100$. Seme trees, 'lets. ,of SAMPSON LAKI YOUR OWN Jean house I can buy. limit 1974 VW VAN Very good
IRA to $33.000. will
FAULKNER REALTY or buy yourequity.
rn highway frontage. 3 BR. 1'/. IA C/B. Over an.- Sportswear, InfanrPretoen Give location dad condition $2,000 or best

...."0.. ERA FAULKNER REALTY acre has been filled. Plus ladles Apparel price. No agents please. I offer. Nights, call
ERA FAULKNER REALTY T .nice dock. Combination accessories will contact 'you. ....0. 964-7430. 9/22 2tchg 9/29
STARKIpproxlmetely '''- 944-S041 IRA FAULKNER REALTY r Oft Large Size store. National Drawer '1975 LINCOLN MARK 4i
A, ,, Starke, Fl)
JrLlo.
1900 sq. ft> 5065m caCROSBY : 314.5065w IRA FAULKNER REALTY brands: Jordache 32091. Itpd"29 Loaded very good cond.
YU-S065 : Chic lee, Lev) Vanderbilt
dbl. on $2800. Also' 1975 Pontiac
area m.
sing garage : .....,.. 10 ACRESJoin. Izod. Gonna
.jt.ly; lot. fenced a Club. EHe Sox Esprit TILL Till BOSS Carolina good condition.
Owner
Arkshoa. LAKE Country Brlttonlo Calvin Klein WHAT YOU RRALLY THINK Call 964-8369. Itchg 9/29 .
LOT HWY financing.. R JIMIO *_ Ocean Paclllc, Evan OP 1982 PONTIAC' 6000 LEi
BROWNLEIRD. IOOS HIM-
Restricted ..... No Iobilshem. Plcone, Haberdashery, : Auto., air PS PB, stereo, .
3 SR. 2 IA C/B con.t.fireplace. 4 BR, 2 IA. $32.500. ... On Bass'Day
ERA FAULKNER REALTY .... lad frontage onlake ERA ,Healthtex 300 .th. tilt wheel cruise, velour
I .... FAULKNER REALTY Oct.IS
''''5061 Apprex. partially cleared with LAKE STREET $7,900 to 12 1.900, ,Inventory fay Interior, Payoff plus $500 ,
.. IBJIIAUO. ERA FAULKNER REALTY driveway. Owner financing 'ERA FAULKNER REALTY 344.101 :Good Investment properties. .. airfare training, fixtures It only I the way equity or best offer.: .'.
with low down 9S4-SOM m. Only' 29900. grand opening, etc. Hallmark' ConTHIOFFICISHOr' 964aft.., 5 p.m. 9/29

\ .' 9M504Sra ....n'. pay aas Mr.,'6555 loughlm 1 tpd 9/29 ((612). ) STOW.",.Ile.. ..ivaa 2tpd FORD 10/06 _rruiuri.__.:.. u'NOW t

.'COMMERCIAL BLDO.'p .v ERA FAULKNER REALTY OWNER FINi IRA FAULKNER REALTY, motor, new point .need
l *I Aline)* 94-SOaS 964SOUHWYS3S. Shltrd Work.hop some work. $975. Call .
town. Good condition. Well., septic elect polo. .
,
I l700 .... h., One acre out of t._... Sup.rvl or after 5:30 p.m.. 964-4416
SARATOGA HOTS. r m OVER 100 AC. ERA FAULKNER REALTY' IB" Salary' :' .$10.000 to $11,150' based on' Itchg 9/29 '
land __. '
ib! Of In 1977
IS37... ft. C/B home, wet lawtey 64-5061 t. ......... ,traln'l'Ig/exparlenc.| ., Quarterly Bonus & MONTI CARLO Fully
Will divide as small es 10 equipped. Call. '"-4063..
Ett f/AULKNER RIALIYal bar & P.". 4 fence. NICE OW ec. Owner financing.. lB. .. ., ... . Great,Fringe.. 1 Mo'..-Vacation",*tc. ,. 9/29 2tpd 10/06 '

-VM-S06S mPIAtlOff, On 8 acres. lawtey area. : .. Progressive Work Program fo* the-handIcaP rhos: ,977" FORD COURIER Goth -"*;

ERA FAULKNER REALTY Fenced pasture barn 'J'ra.. .P11i. -.up house with ever 17, I ''opening. for Individual with Interest I experience with dition.topper. Manual good con
PRWMSITICommercial ;{" '_.: handicapped ability'to train and $1500. Negotiable
garage and utility shade. .REDUCID. > Ownerfiner1 ; supervise clients 1 I Ii
IRA FAULKNER RIALTY
-... .111"4'04' D3.BROOKIR Possible' ;4 acre additional. .964-8068 ..... Approx. .. '+ '. ,. i staff; able to direct operation of 20 clients In various .964-8295.9/29 after 4 p.m. Itpd
1% ACRES : .
rn' 2 with 1500 sq.ft.metal +assembly' tasks and handle overall workshop opera' '
tltOANCSI 1977''CadillacCoupd
'In'glewlde with 'Ig. built OIAIIO" bldg. IRA FAULKNER RIAltY .tlons. BS/BA In Rehab/Social Held or M and 2yr.. experience '
n. Plus F.P. $".500. IRA FAULKNER RIALTY uI"AUO"::! .f .. with Industry related. DeVllle.. Deep;
h J.944.S06SSARATOGA .,....tSat. or brown. I'IIIallclllV'ovollabl.
Send Bob "
Resume tot Larimer. Executive Director ..
ERA FAULKNER 3 I BR. 1 BA 'In town. Good 11'U.I061IB 20 Ac.FARM IRA FAULKNER REALTY, L.t! ''Sunshme Industries P.O. Bed SOT.Starka, Fie. $3091.x 9644774. Itpd. 9/29$3,930.
RIAll
financing available. 1SJf' :
: : ..... 1978
1..5065 ...... .. with, Ig. elder. home, CHEVY MONZAi 2dr.
.O..ISHIIlMAN'S ILL rmed.'led. Plenty .. :5DUm. I 63,000 miles, PS PB AC.,
m"
IRA FAULKNER REALTY -4 and areas .. HOTS. I 711'' .. .1'.. runs good. 1200.

are juuo_ 4-50sl 'fenced werk hop a ...... I FLORIDA TIMES UNION 782-3307. Itchg 9/29 -A ;
SR 1A homo.
Family
m Efficiency cottage. LakeBrooklyn. one 1 yr. -.- :76 FORD TORINO Good'shape
LIVING r Shaded lot.' DUPLEX t" room, fireplace wet. bar Paper Roufs Avallablo clean car. Auto..

ike LUXURY Hampton shawplace.BR "AUO" IRA FAULKNER REALTY or could be used for 4 M nice let,,beck fenced. InSTARKiAroaMust /fS. FB.AM/FM. air. $1.800 .
home. Oese school. or $300 down and
to takeover
3 IA. Many extras. IRA FAULKNER RIALIY 764.5053 hav d '
BROOKIR .ndabl'e transPortation.
:
Owner financing i IRA FAULKNER REALTY p a payment of $113.
irms.IRA Doublewlde. on let. ,964SOaSLAWTIY m IB j ,64.6013 ':t.l.phono A b. able to post a $250 bond Call 964-8344 or ....7041. .

AUIKNER RIALTVREDUCED IRA FAULKNER REALTY jiwl/0'' ERA FAULKNER 964-SOsS REALTY.. :;Apply In person at 1609 N.: Tempi Av.., 1977.Itpd MONTI'CARLOs 9/29 -Needs

'''.1061 -. Stark or call 964-5165. ,,
,.
4-SOtS AU"' : some. repair.. .
Make \
m r. rn 107 ACRES LH.MCI I .w14OPa..ar.r5......... -' :reasanabla offer. w

......0.. across hem. Country dub. J 'JIA1r0 PENCE STREET .964-8230. 9/29 2tchg 10/06 N
.' ARIA IS IT TRUE YOU
Owner financing. Small.. house needs CAN BUY
Nice uncleared bulldlitgsHe. DW-MH< remodeling., Beautiful lot RED WIGOLlII loops for $44 through the
,
IXC.nRMS 4 Acres. IRA FAULKNER REALTY On 3Vi ecres. Kitchen. fur only. S9.BOO. Don't Be A FISHING woRMsStatistic U.S. Government? Get the '
Nice .large frame house. 64-5065 nished. Ben facts today Call'((312)
Franklin Steve,
autlfvl C/B 3 SR. 2 BA IRA FAULKNER REALTY r- i'ii IRA FAULKNIR REALTY We Dig '& -You Pick 742-1142. 4
Priced :ext. 6091S
ether T
at $20.000. furniture. : .
.. Flreplece. 20 acres.ER4 111..061 L ... f4-50 I 41.000 Fire Last 'Em From" lOW 9/29 "
Chimney
MAIIO' IRA FAULKNER : I I
,.rs ERA FAULKNER REALTY m. 9s4-SO S REALTY : Y_. $9 million damage to ring Container* ,i L

FAULKNER"64.1065 REALTY M-40S m m ., v.a! IB, a. .homeowner*.,Don't. let this NAo..y's 712-3392 'Closing OutFranchise
LAFAYEmiT.Handymen happen to rou. '
m Wz .. COLEYRO. special 13 X ", ,. Call 's4-S27' Across Street from PO ; 'f
PIAI10 let .STERN ROAD for Free Joining Properly N. Of
only S22.SOO or hour Evenings For Suzuki ..:
be
Older frame home. Ta '
"IALIO lot. end 1 a*. for '".901. INLAWTIVilarge i Excellent buy., Lg.; CIa. Estimates.Blankcmihlp.' Faith 1Iapf. Ch.1; lawteysoStsoT '3 Kawasaki a
remodeled. Nice large
EXCELLENT PRICE C/B beme oil T a*.. "-erne need.*seme repair1.9A : -

r CALL ST. for this aiR.I'AI IA C/B Stone "........ 'Abe** *. TIRMS. C 1.L Iw C! .U.75i 200-$5bO I
house. Reduc- home en 1 acre. Can't beet SOQ-fia ; ,All New Bikaj
eparrlnent IRA. FAULKNER REALTY361IOUs i ground peel. 4.. : .00. I
.d.ta $13.900. at 31000. IRA FAULKNER REALTY. IRA FAULKNER REALTY'964S04S :1 ,ERA, FAULKNER REALTY I ,ADeolor COst .- !
IRA FAULKNER REALTY '..-.065 ,9">fOtS :
IRA FAULKNER.. RIALTY 944-S06S ___ lB. tB '

64S06SDUOGIRHOUM m"A'Q. m I II I ?**' 4 ..HMIOfCOUNTRY ,iU'.'' [ .....-.. PayinG Cash .Bargain. Center I W BUy & S.Q

.' \sII ;......10.. .- for; 301 S: Stark. ,;I USED BIKES ,
I, .Aluminum"Cant.: 964-6679 '
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HAMPTON AREA UVWfO .-.f-:: ; LOT IN TOWN I
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BEAUTIFUL ACRE ..........4 property 18 plus at Ms ...... App.... 1(70q. With .lend end) be........ Irfck 4 I.. 1 BA hem. 32 Cent Per Lb. will ( t'

Kk of St..... Motor ..... let* of shade ...... 1973'Fleetwood _., Well., ........ duck ft. C/B beme ha.24x24 .Can buy .without :.equip**' ..Family,. 'room, fireplace., Cepp.r ...... Windows Ooor*. vice We and.11I1'colau' provld. ..... _'

}46 sq. ft. Brick. S4S.OOO. ,1-ream. builten. pond and) shade tree.. -. ...... Molly ... ....A. IN ,Over 190 .... ft. Price, 'vary Wednesday PVC Pip., dependent, a. an. III- '
Custom ...Inning. Aug. 24 ma'SI'cc''
awnings* tress.Include I M ait anty. a S4S.009." )
yr. aw tehlttd Crossroad.... .*rEurnbng S UPP fl.. cIaol.... ." / 'I
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CLASSIFIED should; submitted ADVERTISING to the ORAPISi av.ryday7.AM U-PIck ill) 8 Open J>M.Lilly' CONN- TRUMPETi Gold, ..- CHAIN. LINK" FENCEi Install 'FAMILY HAIR"DESIGNERS MIMOSA HOME I HOUSE 2 BR 510

- Bradford County Telegraph Vlnsyard.FlorOhau. teller best. offer* tondfllon,.Nice Christmas, $200 or ,ed"' free.....ma....Hondy- homes and* .. Clair St. Partial furnished. 'VrwiHeoa .

office In writing ond paid .. Fl. phone gift.Coll: /"431.1133 after- ,, '""Mart Fence Co., owner ,144 W. Call St.. > Recreational Will show' Sat.,..'9-1J.
,advance .. ',. Tommy RecWlsh." 964-8559. children. Call 964 6821
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5.30.p.m.: or ,w.ekerd.r9291fn' mo1.
'609130'DRAINNELD oI"P. $200 per REALTY
already established with PIANO POW SALES Wanted) 4' Open 9/16 NnMOBILE
this office* '. ,' Responsible party Id SOLID WOOD KINO. SIZEsbddtoomFAt ROCK.. Bldg. T.W.T. P 9 tll S.JO: HOMES /100 damage deposit. Itpd ,If

Tilt TELEGRAPH STAFF assume small monthly \ ... w/trlple sands, llmerock top sal)I. lat.-' AM til 3 PM On. mile from 'OFFICE Located
CANNOT M HELD RESPONSIBLE payments on tplnet/fcorr- 1 ; 'Large of small load..' Ph. limits, Clean on .
...... ,twlnvmlrror. 2. AppointmentsNot 301. Excellent
FOR MISTAKES IN'tLAllll'lEOS sole pl_. Can be:teen' 'night- tablet. .large. cheat.Cosr .-: 782O172. BRADFORD .. Alway Necessary Call 4611-'323. mth. 964.6810 parking PHONE 964-7776 -
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WHIN AD I IS IocenK..write: (Include UMCROCK ALES. tfn 7/14 .
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TAKIN OVER' .' THI t.phone 'numberl) Credit $45%: King over else$1500.Sooty.*, .now.....- EXPERIENCED Neat rle.In.lor; PAINTERS.. WANT, I TO DRINK Rooms for 8336 SERVICE nights. 9/29 STATIONt tfn TERWILL BAR 205 N. Temple, Starke f(
TELEPHONE. P.O. Box. S21, W of -
Manager.
tress/.prlngs, $17Sr '198 I t tHotpolnt THATS YOUR BUSINESS w..kly rates. .. on US 301
: Free ... and SR
t.rior.
Classified deadline TUEi- Beckemeyer, IL. 6221'l.9n .tlmo. Motel, .
elect.stoJ.. '> =( WANT TO STOP With air
DAY. ,NOON prior to :Itpd 929MAREi $150 double bed $60. Cell ,, Reasonable ratei with, THAT'S OURS EOW/tfn outside lilt.compressor i
;: $175
mth. *
Thursday lubUca.lon..Mlnlmum / ,7 yr*. old. wl..aadtdl. 9644355. 9/29, ,.good refereneet. ;Call. CLEAN MOBIL SPECIAL v
charge I I. ..1words' $ and bridle. Familiar LADDER; EXTENSIONI Itpd 10 ft. ;.V64-5177. 9/08 tin Alcoholic' Anonymous96441SO 9M-S434, rent. On Hwy. .8336 964-6810 nights. 9/29 days tin FOR LEASE Completely furnlthed .

.for $2.75. then 10 with barrelt. '. 500. Call 964.5063.1tchg ;1 MOBILE HOME ..PAIIII'IS' 964-M94 10 prison./ Call : APARTMENT 2 lovely 2 BR, 2 BA brick ?o"
'cent 'for each word 964-5882 Itpd 9/29 :year experience. working 10/07 Ifn.:
SEARS WASHING MACHINES 'with m/h If need ALANON _m efficiency. Lawtey. home In best location. LR, DR,
thereafter. BUCKSKIN QUARTERHORSE $75. Call 533-2960. Itchg, you FAMILY GROUP )KJTCHENETTEi .3458. 9/08 tin
MAIII' 31\! yrs. old, Excellent 9/29 : more' also 'customlied: 964-6219 furnished. TV, spacious kitchen Florida room a a
disposition and (Add-A-Room built. For service .. ft beautiful ground
YARD SALE
SEIGLER Oil. HEATER Good .8/11 lapel, LAND'FOR garage
hunting IIor... Perfect prospect condition, $100.. Call ettlrnate,. Call 964.77245' wood Mat.,. 3\ I':

TREASURES ,for barrel and' all 533-2974. Itpd 9/29 '9/15 tfn ,. ,. '" on Hwy. 301 SALE 'SOS N. CHURCH STi Well built 2 story,.4 BR J*'f .
INSTAtlATION TELEPHONE HOMES
A FEW A LOTS
around cutting horse. Call STUDIO
DUO-THERM OIL' Circulating home. w/vtlllty vT!:
OP JUNKS Too much to Hit.Com Dannie or (loin.. 9648373. ,StRVICESi R.palr A sate of "';' Weekly CH/A fireplace Sep. garage :
heater. Good Condition. .FOR SALE
and tee. Fri.r Sat. A ', telephones end telephone' ." 1 ACRE LOT facing For. room. M.
Keep trying. Also hov.child' Palms .
Telephone:, 9646602. 207 Rd. with 175' road COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES lovely brick on l'Sc. /
Sun.; 30th. IM 8 2nd. 1024, ,saddle ft blanket. ', 'equipment." Prewlrot, lack Temple A".. / :
N. Church St., Itpd 929PURE. 964-7416' '' .. $3,750. $3OO Skylights, fens,custom shutters. 3 SR, 2 BA, hit
Or. 'Installdtlon, etc. .
Southgate' : 'Ph. 9/29 H n SETTER'PUPPIES *Y OWNER! See at 355 St. UNFURNISHED 2 ,
IRISH '
964-4324. 9/29 BRED or' 964492f15' 4tchg t;'. $70 a' fully, equipped. kitchen IR w/flreplace. ..p.
Itpd. AKC, POODLE Registered. Clair St. 2 BR 1 BA block Stove .' opprox.
Unregistered *""
SATURDAY At 507 W. I07M ? Call W 4 5606. 9/13 DR, Lg. FR w/boy window. Scm'd porch icerport ]
Moving must tell. Family Mon..W.... ft Frl. only call. home. 0:11: A, carport. Likenew. carpet. No >E '
Madison Sf< Itchg 9/29 p.'. :Chocolate. All shots 964-6922. 9/29 REMODELED. ROOM ADDI .. FHA" IInonclng.5.50(1 ., pott. 964-5464. 1 AC LOU fa, g Pleasant -$4.000.PORMER 'I .
SATURDAY Across from and completely housetrained : .. Ltchg: TIONS:'painting and plum' ;" (?: Sacrifice. FOR LEASE 2 BR : Grove Rd. $3,993. DAIRY QUEEN 1401 N. Temple Ave .I 3,

Water Grocery Star: $150. ((904)) ,bing repair 25 Years ex* 1-468-1323.: 9/01 tin 116 N. Myrtl. $400 down $70 a month. US 301. '
Cross railroad, track on SR 5332196. 9/29 2tchg 10/06 ,HELPWANTED. .perlence. (' 1 neighborhood Call 9645606. 9/15 tin '3 BR FRAME HOWE Excellent cond. OH Rd. y .1. j

325. Look for tlgn. Mite. SEARS R HP RIDING TRACTOR guaranteed. 964-7738. '(R 2IA security ? I ACRE LOTS on SR- 1001. SE 22nd Av. lots.SlS.OOO. Cash. .,..-
Items.. 7823169. Itchg 9/29 .'Electric starter, .WOO. 9/15 NnMOTHER'S Fireplace,Cathedral Ceiling 964-4228 ". 227-Brooke" Rd. 2995. '713 MADISON STi 3 BR home w/"_ reef.
PIVI FAMILY YARD SAUl 9648424. Itpd 9/29 REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE DAY'OUT Mom l-Sheped. LR/DR area tfn $30O down.vSSS a month. Close to everything. $39,000 with owner fin. Jl
Sat only. All kinds of furniture 17 ;FT. TRAVELfTRAILERt: available for for a minimal" rate. 4 will Close to Schools 1 BR GUEST MAGNOLIA HOTEL Starke landmark with 35 .. r
Scholarship 9645606. 9/.13\. tin
; Atari; clothe from Shower' toilet, ttove.Good unlicensed persons. ERA .watch your children Tuet VA FHA.Conventional ed $175 mth. ;j i '/ ACRES road. rms. 23 bath. 11.567.... It. Clean Rooms.SAT M ,
newborn.,to adult; guitar), condition Tab after Faulkner Realty'964-5065., ,day ,and Saturday{ 900: Financing$51,400 1 BR on paved LAST I The perfect combinatlon-Good look,
2 well tanks.
2'
DortfO-crlb;' pedal sewing 4pm.: 964.4464.'ltpd 9/29 10/28 tf" a.m. to 2:/do p.m. Time for CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION APARTMENTS. septic ing home greet acreage. One of our finest .
machln.: and much more. WASHER AND DRYERt Mat FREE RENT'in trade for work'a'round'"potstry 'you",,". For Information. *V 9644319CB 9648404. 9/22 $ .per acre. FIRM. Call residence on 33 ...Split rail fence t S modern .1r1!
,.16 lot the Prison Homing chinglet.. $tSO. 1104- W. #toll 964-41A6. <9/32. 2tchg VACANCY 964.8813.22..tpd 10/13
: farm Rich oak ,
/ HOME"FOR SALSt Like barn flooring panelling stone l \
Circle between FSP S UCI Madison$t. 3rd 1 house past ** .9/29 bedroom: apt.. ACRE< LOTS facingFa"'Vlha
Or
; 405-1037 468.1395... : 9/22 aO-YR-OLD ,.new.3 BR, 1 BA. On 2.6 1 fireplace. CH/A. 1320 ft. en Hwy. 301.
Follow ;... CHRISTIAN' girl to"'babysit : Rd. $2,995 each.
Call ,
.Ig iMadl.a" Street !f ,
Bopti.b.Church4tpd 4tpH : drapet AC.
10/J3
SPACIOUS IMMACULATE 3 BR 2
with children ,or 5xrek Griffls Loop. Starke, $300 down, $60 SECLUDED i
431-::944: Itcha 9/29. < 9/29 ,i'W. iHAVE'' 'IXCaLUNT'CA.E" : Furnished or per mo. ,i t. '
BA, LR, kitchen. FR w/flreplac., 2-car enc.
110' MOVING 'SALES $EARS RIDING" MOWERS .IIi OPPORTUNITY Insoles ,senior adultr. In Starkexarea. 964-544. 9/29 2tpd 10/06 First and last Call '((904))' 964.5606..9/22 Lg. .
Everything from furniture i .* 36" Woodburnlng' Call 'tori Mogyorl ''PRAMS HOUSE $34,000. 2 gar., storage born shed B treehouse. SOx202 11"-
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ftp. cut: and delivery, W. olv.r..........29. 9/22 2tpd 9/29 plus, deposit. LOST/FOUND lot. $49.837 assum. mtg. SP SM.OOO. '
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to nult* bolts must go. 100 heatingstove.. ,-004( :N.< :for' excellent ; ;7' BRIg. living room and kitXhen. (Bradford ,
West to SW nth ;St.. watch' Orange. St. 9648392 Itpd i employee ;benefit and ad.vanc.m.nt. .LET MI TAKE CARE' OF YOUR :. Three blocks fromSouthslde' 9/29 tin THAT SPECIAL HOUSE- BR 2'/ BA.Sweeping +-

for signs: Starts Friday un-" 929REFRIGERATOR"; .. Equal .opportunity INFANTt Coil.) 964-6029. : Elem. ,School. ON GRIFF'S'' Black and tan Dober- staircase rises to 2nd story Fella windows for

tilt? Itpd 9/29 ; tike. n w.. employer; 964-6544. Itpd' 9/29 pwn. '.: {964.7707. Itpd! 'mobile home, man Answers .0,"leo,", beauty/best Insulation, fireplace, 30x21 ,
THREE FAMILIES Household with Icemaker. $450'or 9/22: 3tchg 10/06 '"WILL BAeVSIT IN MY HOMEi r $l0V'.. "" loves Frlsbees. Reward offered. garage at Th. Weeds. Country Club $16,000)3
Jtemt; clothing: misc. 'best 1 offers 964-8199. ltchg EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSERt''" ,Rd. 225:close'to Prison? : 'I: MOBILE 964-8077; 1 Itpd Call Jan at 473-4701- assum. mtg. et 9". SP S19S.OOO. \

Itemi. 914 E. Nona St.near' 9/29.' For Keystone Height ore 782-3971, Itpd.AVAILAILESSReading 9/29 # HOMES HOUSE 'FOR,,; ;or Larry at 964.6305. 9/29 CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly new 3 BR. 21,I,1 I >4
'Janet Funeral Home.93. HYDRAULIC LIFT TAIL GATE "Excellent working 'condition TUTORING KINGSLEY 71S096'I BA stucco In Cenerly Estates w/tradltlonal)

Itchg;9/29 A. side,boxes for pickup and benefits"All, call mathematics; FOR SALE' BA. Private fireplace t pretty. kitchen.
GIGANTIC YARD SALIi Sat. truck. Make offer. confidential.,473-7944 btw Spanish. feK. after 4 p.m. 1 monlh. $295 STARKE RADIATOR BOTH TOWN COUNTRY Brick home. 3 BR, 2 i
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A Sun., one block off 225 ot, "'3.350019'29 2tpd 10/06, 9' o.m.and S p.m. 9/22 964-4464.. Itpd 9/29 :964.6845: :day: :! SERVICE, BA CN/A. Ig. lot en Rd. 230.: r A'

Carter1..TV' Shop (Lawtey) HAMMOND RHYTHM 2tchg 9/29 : CHILD CARES Experienced., A t w MOBILE HOME SALESI nights:9/29 COUNTRY ESTATE Immaculate S SR CH/A. ,,,. I

look for .'sign.' Baby,furnltura ''ORGAN 964.62S3.. : Itpd! ",J k ENJOY WORKING WITH certified' :. first, aid ttate. New and'used, mobile' MOBILE HOMES J ,located on 2S.S acre. CR 33S-$64,900. -_.-_ 1
,gas "srlll. tapeplayer. 9/29 DOGS Reasonable person license.. free ;school: fun* home 'Tct sale, Walter 'only. No pets. LOCATION-LOCATION! 3 BR, 2 BA facing Golf sc ,

all kinds I of useful FIREWOOD PO.'IAUI. OakS\ wanted to car.. for and dom.n...., Evening'rates BudyMv); r.t invit.L'yotz ; '19648614. Itchg. Course. Custom drape. end gar., greenhouse.Great .

house 'Item*; ladles. 'or pint 4x4 s '2o-40. '..j'. .'; 'feed animal. .Call.9-4 only'i, .,upon request. 964-56:10,' jo ccJTWCW't and braws$' +1 X l & ,}' i. view. Owner flnenclng.
chfl ."h' 'we'el1lr cdtiII.o$3'Sc.1i' : 9/29 2tchg 1006TSIWIN47LOTdg6ORMSJ_ '
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for"JrT.rvt.Mrt1.485) .U7. : :34 'erns 2 heI
T/y41.r4/ ,11 l.9 N e; adkery/IIf/ ,?'.pi'r';;' $&- d..0'Suh.lIifle'lrltlJ.frl..UW. "' ... tit .- ei ,: .SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM! ; '01 1 .1
I :' Cc1* Itchg 9/29 .'ALTER ATION.i,i* .Afrm ola.ko. Etp, 7 dy9 51: or' homes.4 chicken houses, pecan grey., Improv. -I (
SEPT. M A OCT.- 610 .
NEED SOMEONE TOWORK babysitting., 266 P Saw '.' .2..H2.1t.22.{ ; IOMOBILE ,. ._u. M ed pasture close to city limits. SR 230A 1 100A.3..t."
Icy \Rood. Sofa chair, Call 9647699. We load for .
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HOME live rii
FROM Must
J i Place, ,one black west..ofJ: ynsFORSALE f, ., I QUIET RETREAT ON I Ac. at S4th St. off St. Rd.
miscellaneous-1 Itpd 9/29 and Ami Hot9 In Town
: between 9:30: o.m: '
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you near downtown area OR RENTS Call 9648816.
3 2 BA attractive
PrWe. 929SILL'S Tree 16 Soard B batten construction. BR
Pantry Itpd .. -
rod Uo
MO FOUR FAMILY YARD ,2:30 p.m., Mon.-Fri, 9/29 14813722. Itpd 9/29 1tpd 9/29 n a <
SAW SHOPS Complete. kitchen. Fireplace. ;
.IALULThursday and Friday tfn Ask for Dave 5-;
FEMALEi Over 19 y..old for Randy or
9 a.m.4 til ??? And Satur.day. .FROST-FREE REFRIGERATOR barmaid. 964-4450> 9/39 sharpening .service, circular 10x30 HOUSf TRAILERS Completely "Quality '47 ACRES-47 PECAN TREESl Attractive, antlqu.-or.; ,
?. St. hand carbide,chain furnished. 964-52321\ Reasonable -964-6810 brick home. On good land.
.?t 368 N. Cherry like new, $200:, opt. size 2tchg,1006SECRETARYTwo 3
tmawer blade. hallow or 964-63oh. ltchg 9/29 CORNER HWY XI S 16 ,MADISON Stl Former Cal-Maln bldg. $25,000._
.1tpcl9l29 gat ...-. $125;:' washer1, day .a fully Licensed
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M! S.COUIY ROADS Satur- '$110; dryer $75; n.wop.. ''week. Call .....7" ..Itchg. 'groundend. balanced. nwl.Art IT.. '60 A. Prime land off R-23S..

'day Oct. ,I. Clothing.. site elect stove, $175; dpi. 929tOUSEKEEPERS ,Leave at Jackson Building Shop &Compare!! 12,:Year '58 Ac., timber. Highlands. 100000. ...?

;'dlshet, gas ,weedeater, 2, size, dryer..$65: tola $60: ) < Two day a Supply In Starke, Keystone.' .Starts. : '4.7' A. 11000.'Owner finance. 0 .
TVs. 9'a.m. 'until. 77. Itpd. floral sofa, loveseat,chair ,week Call 9647882. ltd>g Heightor' lake Butler\ Special Insurance for : W0I1' MH 3/2 on 1 ac., 301. $32,000 yh,
':: ,TFNchg Mobile; Home Parks "The One To
'/29 .1' $279 rockef/recllner,. 9/29 '5 Acre. 105th St. L.wt..112.000. .wJ
SATURDAY. oct: ti Four $100; recllner $55; twin LADY WAN1'IIa'Mold.to do ',GLASS ;CUT window TO QItPE.1'Doorl' ) 1.te. *All types of Before'Jt" Drilling FOR RENT '.

family yard sale. By C.R.M,. bed $45; hardrock maple general cleaning 'and .JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. homeowners policies for ",. ." .J. ... . *2 Stores on Call St.-New roofs B CH/A.
Market 9 ill 77, 'tots 'of coffee/2 end tablet $125;' housekeeping full time>or* 944-607. Order alsotaken' jhnobile homes. 2" thru 6" *Comer Madison B Westmoreland, Former 1 Astation !-|
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children A''ladles. .clothes.. ,, ,Castro Convertible: Hlde-A- i part time Local ,et_. / but could be most any commercial use -
> In Lake ,Butler; Call for Quote .
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and shoes.:Itpd 9/29 .. $225ch.st'fr.ar. ,needed. Call after S p.m.,. RotaryDrilling
'? 496.3079 'and 'PKiy.tene'H.ights. . .. f ':r:
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: $175: matching chest and 964.269..ltpd 9/29 ...473,4971.226tin: Olln'o MobileHomaSales t3\\ 1-6 Unit Equip. "VBMINOSUACOONtVM4MI .......
.MOTORCYCLES .. :desk $100. Call' 964-4355. CRUISE SHIP JOISl Great Income :3: ac..o .. | IAWINOVISWAUDSUMM ..N ounAw.4wr
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State Licensed
'. (Jino ) 1tpd '9/29l. potential., ,All. occupations. BRADFORD SiPTIT'rSERVICEsR.sid.ntial f 290-3 Ac M/t-2 : < . . . __ TOMMY CHAST AIM' em1,IWADTHAOCMXOintm
I' months
IlANOVCO.-
{ .BIRD DOGSi Three' .. Far Information pumputs, warns OOYOIAs 4.0

SUZUKI. isoi 17.0001' 'old,'' male A female. Call'.JockeorWIII..I.l68II5ooI. call (31J)" 742-8620 '$5$. we also ....Iay' drain Elaine' Mi Olin, Agent. apoclou.,_.. Near, homo. PumpsJVew ......"...44S.1MJMOBIlf ,MtlSNI: Otl.TS N41MrNWt 'vO' f "

miles. $1,000. 782-3690 or'7823543.Itd ext',362s9/29: : 2tpd 10/06 line. 96 4.8121:-1t/f8 rtn 9 4-5606 : . .
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9/29 9/22 2tpd '
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Driveway, 4 : PlumbingNew. I -.,. I), .., St rII, ''J .

40 N. ........ H.Wide ,. LORRAINE .: ... .'. . .. I 1 1I :. .. ". ;" K
,With! CoMrete Wire : ...._ .. : j
4 Installation
illumE $500 I I I w ,
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783-3133 W3M49COMMERCIAL' Remodeling! Repairs :
Ir Hwy 30 S, ft :jrj:6|( : -1' DtamariceSUPPLY. .

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:< -" COMMIRUAL BUUDINOtMt :Cs iU.I;, .. r: Odom '.Broker "GUI 864 N.'Temple Reglstdrr .
Oft BLDOt *lmmm** *m m. : Ave .We Finance Our Own For Salts I
hetwews I...... A lirwtey.. Good locetfortbueltMM fer ,00t>*q. ft. lot. $17.500.' ,y KIRBYS t Hl;'

.,.....Idlll' eree* between Jacksonville. A'Osd.svlli. .BEAUTY ..SHOP, barbell } BUI BA Homer ..-.. 'Sf ..lae. ..F'T.T 'ROYALS $39900 _.
t aeon t.OOO....ft.. ... Assum 11'Ai" M.... : for
...* phs power roll-up shop., skating rink, ,some -CH/A. Near 11I011' .gt04)( )'' EUREKAS or.Rent $3O mantt! +.rOffice
Long Term Owmer Financing.: equipment $28,000. If yell! ere Interested !In 1 Bit. 2 ....... S,r. old energy After" 964-7681" Rent -
W.st .ro.b00.. .... home W .with too many fruit treat toneme HOOVERS r;
*1 ACRES Just oft $.R. 16 t; '3 BR. 2 BA.jCV.l3v/large r ffIc. en of '
4 LAM 'OINEVA-Sdck home 'on large take; lot.., cov'd-Mj\JVT; ,..,"A1 call* ..Call for detail;4 Mile out of town. ELECTROLUX F u'rnltur. --".

BoutM. view, kuge .live. eok* and many..Howerlngshnbe. Ing 1 Lr. water toftner. ;; ,: LOTS. ZONED FOR TRAILERS FILTER QUEENS eWeekly L.

Large t...IIA In excellent condition.. ,Owner.MM $5.000.SPORTSMANS. .'slst o awl up. $500'" down.$ years ter pay. SEARS .Monthly
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tnslderllnancl. ...,$t'.QOOi/; + DREAMc'Fish 2 Lett* S Ac. (plus. ). Country Club area'. COMMERCIAL sly Year

*!MICB\' OLDER HOME hi Lewt.,. 4 Ms;Central Meat t camp Sampson lake 2'Ae.,. Cash. "..000. t' PINE' FORESTAPARTMENTS 'Wo repair all makes

.... attumable. mortgage..Let w thaw..j 'POIIalNTIIi: .
Air, Fenced 2.72 oc-V,154 ft.on Satnp-
.. '.i .One trailer and one small ho ... Al Young'sSince The +pv
... thlfi ere today 1(1 so T .lake. 760 ft:on c- Hameto
*LAKE BROOKLVHr( Older home wtth*BR/2 BA. Knotty' barroom game room ball! 1,2' Bedroom Apts.
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'"In* tomgu.;, t.groove.!.."."...:. Wkl"< .' Keystone A tackle shop livingquarters 19S7 Office Shop
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Helahts' ......pJna. Good candltton /,000. : boats kickers From 150" ta 964-6918

,;lrITAIICI.! sJR/d Bath he"off SR /6 w- Central IM .1..' AC.Ia-.cev. Beautiful. 110 W. Ca

& air fI......... .patio; 1V .,'...This. home'!-r.... Imp.., post rre Fenced., ;SPECIAL .. 1330 W. MadiSOn .3 Miles North of

.... ....... yirsrs ..... ,. wells- j2 cJvfrb.$2500, : Starke on US. .301. .. 964-5764 s2&
*f aTia ACRE TRACTS North If Sterfc:T.,. owner' It Ac. : Phone '964-6312
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...._ geed "",,ms at 2.000-.000 l>.. 'M"I '20! ACRES wMablHarms. / !SALECastmf ; --- 'srweeb

#Ul"LlXI" Nr Keys Oae High S.he.1. BarnpCptollt' and L

fIIl'CIp4tffy. Each vuN 2 ... 2 I'"Oreel .-. 711 ..... 1'1.. kraajnO iced, 2. tg.roTfon --- LIMITED TIME ONLY'::

c..twct04I. 1951. $UJOO.f ,; MH. Frlt trs*.
-atILECUTIVE HOMES Ranch style 4 BR.2 IA. with Mol. darkroom .*..*e.+ AIR CONDITIONING a HEATINGhirlpool AI
... .....1 ... 2200 .... stir, 'TIw motor > '
..55,1 _". 0.......... .. B tMjOOO.' oengineered brICk'veneer bath
win omslder End ms..: 3 br., 1t% /'central W .
A..uwxabfe" e..rtgage.' Owner / 'E tre> Nice 3"BR. J iA for, HEW INSTAL ATIOH ..

?...... sso u, :' ,, home ' wi .
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AST, a..vtIfvI S .T ,A hem. Must .sea ta' ap- :
MW IM area. .' HEAT PUMPS. -
*9971 city h......; .....'HIO..It ." on your lot$31q80000
Owner' tlnonaincj .
-. Sees Eavege-xx nrevlotel ENERGY SAVING UNITS! .
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-. ON P11100. 6 sleeted A ,-.. ", Avolloble- ;"I'0'. '10X' ..inasst. I. MASTER LICENSED ( ,
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DNaROADt 1 Acres with .1 1400" 'r-t 'HVVY14 W-2.27 oer.Jwithxtrd : ; 'tREA50NADLe! RATES' .fftAl
the re.d Srhigs. rlferi' 'It.700" special 24'.64 Home 9. '
l'v.-.aun.. ..I U-S IA.......Iac...e.rtr l,heel$ lg?u of':Ml*rI....,a ,teptlc tonksi 10W40.'liD "jo-. < '964-6853 PHONE 964-6853 .

..l ....,,.... deal 1O.IJOI8. WxW' garage/carport, 30' .' '.'11I 'tlNCtl"'WAYNE '"* *
utility roam. FruW treesi"i \": -., .' KliNiNEYi '
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," The Florida Highway Patrol announces driver and vehicle not be a .changes in the way Winvesllgato -". ., Wishes* would like to take thtk opportunity to during the illnesi and death abut l lov) :
I(! the new accident reporting "This new law only applies to UM all other accident," con- express our thanks and[ appreciation erjt one. May pod bless) you. ., '

law enacted by the 1983 Florida very minor accidents and there will, eluded Colonel Burkett. t" ; Send heartfeltW1sl (or the \prayer. food flow' ** and>," > '. Bernice. &FamilyILiLiU

,r Legislature will go into effect October }e5 for their new ,,.,
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r.::: 1. ,Bfe together with a ... ..

,- officer to beautiful ,.. :IIXJLLiaEL:; (
law requires an Hanmar ;
The new ,t t "j H : \ ." "" 1: ,
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file a written report only card.. Shop our
t) vehicle accident: (1) results in death
.., or personal injure (2) if the driver selection of wedding.' ,Close ,Out on All 1983'sBuy
leaves the scene of the accident or is gifts, too. "
'I driving while under the influence of

P alcoholic substances beverages or (3) when or an controlled accident, Fred saysCongratulations 1 o:y.........-tlHSa.s,-' "ales. ''. flow and Save: Hundreds I

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renders a vehicle inoperative to a 1 .
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that requires a wrecker to ; .
degree
iii remove it from traffic. to all 4-H members.

Colonel Bobby R. Burkett. Patrol during 4-H Week Oct 2-8 1 S
'r' Director said. "This new law will 1 ,
release troopers from many hours IS Tons of Beefies for
ltktB'a "
i J' spent each month reporting minor ,. i\. r .
traffic accidents and numerous hoursof Grass '
report writing. The time saved car Rye your Calves j19
be spent enforcing traffic laws in an C 1963 MellnwH co_ Inc.
effort( to reduce the number of accidents Seed ,"ties Is a good product
Cutlass
.. on our highways." to supplement I TheOffice 1983 ad d's ;
1 The driver of each vehicle is still required Get yours white *
9388
.J to call a law enforcement grass or hay to winter Shop 'Supreme Coupe
agency when Involved in any accidents quantity Is good I them over for the AT. tt, Buckets & Console,,,,low Mites -I- ;".". '
i and an officer will be dispatched 110 )N. CaB '

to the scene. Troopers responding best price In Jan.. 964-lS764' "
J to these minor accidents will Mix your own 1979'chevy- .. $
; complete a driver exchange form ; 9788
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r which will provide each driver with Hog Feed?' Fall Garden Dark r'BUB.' Loaded.Extra NIC*,,.'... . : ""\- .
4 the other .
information about : T .
pertinent "
.... Try PorfcAFermSupplement Seeds 1Ino\v y )ql '; ; 1978 Ford; : ,

i & Onion I SetsFertilizer : : ThtinderbiraTTop ; 3588 .

Douglas New BUN Roach Pruft Gl1'Cp etl"lJg AT.-AC, Buckets "," "H'"H'H -

N Home EC Agent Everything make
Paul
Harvey says 1983 PpntlacFirebird "
II I Diann Douglas is the new Bradford- its the best to kU roaches the plact grew.
1 Union County Home Economics Ex- $9488,

tension Agent. r eft Xtri . ,
AT PS PB
,AC. Sharp : .
1, Davis will be dealing with families TIME FOR LIQUID SUPPLEMENT FOR YOUR FEED .;,,f ,49 : ;
and individuals trying new concepts
f and developing new programs that COWS NEED A BOOST FOR WINTERING.K
reach families with financial pro- ,

., blems. will Involve teaching Creek
The programs
Alligator f e f I
people to utilize their resources sop
c they can realize a better level of living -

Farm CenterU.S. 1'r
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A home ec agent deals in areas such
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: as: food and nutrition clothing and .
textiles,, family economic management S. Starts 964-6973 ,-7 \t' 'ei\iwc r4:' '1982ChevS10 ,

p and home environment. L I Carpet Is truly the housewife' 1932 Escort L. A 9 S 8 6 ety.. 4 tpeed AC'low 6588

H = friend." Carpet i Is easily maintained AT.'AC" AM;FM )H.,, v,, : iniits!",..,, .,. c.

B ]Legal Notices -l effort with a and minimum time There's of 'vacuuming no-> 1981 Ford F100" 538p.1i98 1' Ford LTD: 4688CHEVYOLDS "" ,oW

: mopping and waxing ,when-.you 1/2 ton4vSp! 00 ,;v-... ,. .. .'4Dr, jr .'!:,' ,
In the Petition North.. Graham '. have carpet on the floor, .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. REDDISH and RAY
:B EIGHTH JUDICIAL WITNESS my hand and.. 32042. Bradford R. SECREST are r .' I Carpet requires.only an-occa- 197'9 Limited 1979 Ford LTD .

CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR ,the the seal 6th of this Court on of Florida and that Plaintiffs, and BERLE ,. 1 slonat cleaning .wktb5oiutionr' Landau loaded. 2 dr.5' 5 8 8 I 'Landau; 4 Mr.. '> : 4";A 8,'ft

BRADFORD FLORIDA.COUNTY September. 1983.GILBERT day. non-profit Intends to register SEIBERLING and speciallyprepared .shafnpoo .. '" .... ,' .', ,', ..... Loaded .:.1. ',' ...,.,.,.". .
H. SEIBERLING
I CASE NO.: 83-338 S. BROWN.CLERK fictitious provisions nom of wife, ore the Defen ,carpet., left Most to do cleaners the work can, and be then'applied 1980CrtsvetteAT..AP. .88 p. '1981 Citati'an' ,':' ,
.., I will sell to the "
IN RE: Th.Marring Of BY.: Beuloh Mood aforesaid Statut and best bidder -'I vacuumed and left to dry. Clean- ',.t'. ...?/ . 4 dr., Sharp_.t AT,; 'A288
JAMES JACKSON DATED at .... the East front ing is relatively simple and easy. \ I ACPS. ., . .. .
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GAiKINS. Florida this 1st : 1 981.OI "'
: ,. of th* Bradford Come in lrltiaylltLdr Jook) over sCutlassN ,
Husband -' September, 1983.FHRlSnAN .- ,:.,Couttfai ,,, Y 'V 'I our |Hne- leetion-=of--ftt'pets.-We. AT BUMaiajA tJt. 1:18'ottm '" E "" \ f ,
NOTICE :II ASS j .... 1 I. << .' f/.ot .. of \\4a1f1S' : b'
and ,
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] TY S-'CASKINS.1'( ""' IIII I CONTENTION' Ij: ( OF AMERICA. / onJf: r 7 havf a lacgainytmtotyaerwecany b : .. ,,"' .ACZ( ."' '
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'j Wlfs. TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS By: J. Richard;;! 17. 1983. the .. order'If. yotnneed an item not in .
NAME .. ; I ''
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described) :
'< NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Pursuant to Section Attest: Jean ... set forth In pro the ; \ 1 ,...;, >. / : '
., of. Final Judge -" ':-- 1
86309, Florlda'Statu.
BETTY J. GASKINS./ 9/15/tchg pt
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P.O. Box 561 Highways notice Is hereby given East: Vi of lot '97 of t 'Teal' Tile \ Ij IjMolt ]
I that the undersigned i //IL1rJ
229 Morgan Rood Leonard Ray Johnson,' IN THE CIRCUIT Subdivision '-L. J ,
4 Stark.. Florida 32091. EIGHTH 11, Township B' & Carpet ]
1261 Johns Drive '
YOU ARE HEREBY : | thru Fri
CIRCUfT .. Rang 22 East. /
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NOTIFIED that an action sole Stark..owner Florida, doing 32091 OF |_n. to all right-of- at, '13Lk:Cherry. 1901 N..' Temple 10'|"m to 8 pm ,
1 for dissolution of mane IN AND .." easements 01. ''J G'ville 3720103J'villB \
the firm Saturday
under
business Florida
hat b..n fliedagaln.t BRADFORD Starker : Starke Florida
ring .
i ? 2899350.
of CHUB SPORTS .
f and name 26th .:' ( 9 :Iiv 5 pm
you you are CENTER. 113 E. Call DATEC. into day of 964<- 423 '964-7500 h
1 required to ..rv. a copy Street Stark. Fl 32O91.. CIVIL ACTION ... Tar,'1983. .
off your written dfnss. Intends to register, said CASE NO. GILBERT S..BROWN 's A
If to It on Trnc
any CLERK
fictitious under thoalar..ald
M. Brown Tomllnson a name In re: Th.Marrlag of By: Martha E. Struth -
-, Brown P.A., P.O. statute.Dated MARTIN H. Deputy Cherk. .' : \" .
this 12th day ofSeptember
Drawer 40, Stark, Husband 10/06 r 1' .Xis '
A.D. 1983 In 9/2921chg
Florida 32091 on or ,.va- MARION TIRE
before October 7, 1903, Bradford County SHARON R.: .- <
and file the original with Florida. Wife onlJ:6'
the Clerk of this Court j /1S4tpd 10/06 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' :' \ ,

'I either before service on NOTICE NOTICE OF FOR BRADFORD & BATTERYS'ery
I the) abov-nomd attorney OF INTENTIONTO NO PROPERTYTO U NT Y",. (- .

thereafter or: otherwise Immediately a FICTITIOUS REGISTER; NAME : MA*TIN PROBATE DIVISION FLORIDA .N ;";-i_ S '\"+\ *9 .l1!" ', of, STARKE I

default will be *nteredagainst i ,CARLTON. File.Number 83-75-CP, *. j Q' '. .
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I you for the relief Pursuant to Section YOU ARE :&' .. .
t demanded In the Petition. 66509 Florida Statues,. NOTIFIED that an RE: ESTATE OP. ':: >?i; "<. a 964-TIfi- .' gWTlRE 964-TIRE
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dissolution of
notice is hereby given for Mr.WINKLER ,;\1 "
I WITNESS my hand and that the undersigned riage has been Deceased .. V 7"''" '301 'South (Next to-.YleidY' ) with, locations '!Ocala Chlefland & Crystal River
t th* official teal of this John E. Lott. Rout I,Box .against you and ,'. ..
Court on this 7th day of 674. Stark., Florida' .required to srv a NOTICE ":1'! ..

I r September 19B3.GILBERT S..BROWNAs 32091 business, sale under owner the doing firm of If any your to written It. on the* OF AOMNOSTRATIQIV! ,.;:2"; ". .1 ,R di hir !W hit Wails: v.,, / ; Fiberglass" Belted

Clerk of CourT of JOHN E. LOTT .tiff's dmlnlstra"tlon:; ol .. 'WHITEWALL '
name attorney The .. W flTIW"L1S"L ;. VET 't" ; .SALE ; FET
Martha E. Struth and addr 'y +
By: ROOFING a CONSTRUCTION nom the state of- BESSIE M.
i As Deputy Clerk Rout 1. Bo" 674,' DUDLEY P. HARDY. WINKLER deceased file < P155V'8OIyT$ ,' ,33.93;; ii 11,53 '. :' P155/80B-I3./ : 37.93 I 1.44oPI95175R.14 .
Terence M, Brown Stark. Florida. 'Intendsto P.O. Drawer MAx'D.Number 13-7S.CPi Upending 39.93 2.Outi' 1 ,P6580tVt3Pt75OBl3'; 28.9"j J..sa
1 Attorney for register told fictitious Stark. Florida In the Circuit f : 42.93'V-. '2.34,.', '.t;:> > 1" 29.9, ,.1\' x1.63" 'iP115qSR..I.s :
PetltlonerHusbandP.O under the (904)) 964-5701 Bradford Cour ,PZO5/75R-f4 ; ,
nom. Court for
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f' 85X756-14 ,1 l r
P 32.95 w
Drawer 40 aforesaid statute. the original with ty. Florida. Probate Dlvl- 'V. ; '. 3i.9s r': 2.S9._ .1.1"I ] .1..79.
Stark.. Fl 32091 Doted this 15th day of clerk of the above .ion. the add.... of .P225/75R-15 33.93. ', ,. 2.78' 4 rp193) /j$B-1" 33.93 F 1.95. ''I
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((904)) 964 8272 September A.D.. 1983 In 'court on or which Is Bradford County : 155" 2.96 'P205758I4'P2I575EV.14: 34,93 ,2.fJl:
9/08 4tchg 9/29 ,35.75R.)5) i. 11.
1 Bradford County' tober 28. 1983 Courthouse Stork, '
33.93 2.20
Florida.. wise..a judgement Florida' ,,32091.;' The ( F '
t IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 9/224tpd 10/14 be entered names and addresses of ., : .Radial) litt'ed are. Blefii t'I'' I :' >225/75B.14; .36.95', ". 2.35' .
FLORIDA for the relief ..... the re...- ,. i, '.1 t. utf ;< 'P20575B1SP2 : .. '35. '. 25.:

1/ CIRCUIT EIGHTH IN AND JUDICIAL FOR INTENTIONTO NOTICEOf In tion.the.complaint: or representative's tatlv amid personal.attorney ". ;,;.I r1 H "American I! Express. 'Dijie/r' Club/; ? \ 5/75815 36" ,; \ .2:34:

BRADFORD COUNTY REGISTER .. forth .. 4 '* P22V75EHT5W3575Q15 ; 37.95, .2.46.
WITNESS
ore set > : "' .
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CASE NO. 82.259 FICTITIOUS NAME .the seal I of sold ..eow. 'h VISA -. Master Cord, ..'s 38.93 M 2.65
tarE t
DIVISION: "G" ,September. 21, 19 All Interested per.onst BBJBJBBBJBJB B Bsm
Notice li hereby given GILBERT 'required to file with '. .
IN THE MATTER OF that RICHARD A.Clerk of sold thls--port, WITHIN THREE : ,} ".f nfers' omfnlobes:
:: 10-15:
XT
Special National
THE ADOPTION OF: BLOODGOOD and NAN- By: Marian MONTHS OP THE FIRST jj : : .
CY BIOODGOOD Intendto '.. .' "
I CHRISTOPHER ANDREW As Deputy rcmtCATION OF THIS '
J eon and RHIANNON carry on the businessof 9/29 ; K>TICE: .((1)-'all efoimsagainst \ .. H ,15X; :8 .White 1 '$599.5 '4 34t '.
owning operating Ntcltg and : Dote SET
MARIE BOTT Minors i .. ,....
Ford .
and managing mini ..- (2)) any oblectlonby| an t t!# ,Chevy / .
1 NOTICEOF storage warehouse In Interested person t* ,. ; 1215.NaUonar.t.Com; )( oesJ
ADOPTION the Stole of Florida IN THE CIRCUIT whom this _tIC. was ., 11 $2'4 '95'\ YF i '
PROCEEDINGS under the nom of MINI- EIGHTH mailed that challenges ..' '. ) \ .. ,$f! to "" '$8995 r.. 't. '
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OF AMERICAand ', f, ', A FET r-35''
STORAGE CIRCUIT IN the validity of the will {. ..
G'
f TO: STEPHEN \. Intend to register BRADFORD the qualification of the ,,.:.. ... '. r .
RALliS. sold: fictitious. nom In personal rprsntatfv- ', \ : -

YOU ARE HEREBY accordance Statutes 865.09.with Florida CASE, NO.. venu th* court.*, or |-url dlctlon' of ". ',, ; ; NTEND'JALIGNMEMT'; : 'LUBE/OIL( ,.CHANGE '.
NOTIFIED that a Petition .
of Dated this 1st day of MAXI!D. REDDISH ,All CLAIMS AND OB- ;i ,
4 for rtlnor Adoption children hoc .been your August. 1983. RAYMOND R.' SE : JECTIONS NOT SO fiLED ?'j' \ US", i Jc....w.:sort$15.15. fNoel'A ic : ,' 'j; ..: :l .

flied In the Circuit Court Richard Nancy Bloodgood Bloodgoad Plaintiffs. WILL B( FOREVER.BARRED ,- .t1 IPublication' r TWMI MM$USPt tWl..v$27.99 :Cars a Light tntdcti'htekidtta.eeteaatereamb.ran0 .* 95.
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for Florida Bradford on Ap.il6.County.1983., 9/22 4tpd 10/14 NRLI H.SElllEl of this ,': ::,, .' too: In .10, "', ,'qrwnulacluforsHMCiflcotlon / $ g r ',. .RAdoq Includos 011/ : ,uploSOlS Cpttplelq! 6ue. of .. '
by DAVID ft. BOTT, and NOTICE' and Notice has begun on vSeptember *. ..Inspoctuspwiskxi \ 12. ; : '{!
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required to YVONNE H. 29. 1983. V, .*nl steering '. '
you ore of INTENTION his wif*. I. ,Personal'Representative yssrW| ."For, moot ,Amarleimm '
terv* a copy your TO REGISTER Defendants vehicles. .
'WhMJ drive
to written It on defenses the Petitioner's If any FICTITIOUS NAME ".", ,' CMargA.WIriklr I. .',.iw1d.,,front tGheyeneq S.! 'Pants; 2 FR NT DISCS or 1 if
NOTICE Of' 1403: Randall' St.- < ......". .
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Attorney who* nom Pursuant to Section 0 32091' I> < '
TO : DRUMS
PURSUANT ,Stark..Florid 21"9R"
and address Is: PHILIP 65.09. Florid Statutes. .t f ,'L.Attonwyfor '" .
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BARTON. 200 NorttwaslFirst notice M : "
hereby given
f- ,, < -'.,** .: 'f
Street Gainesville. that the corporation ,'j ,GAS-SAVING TUNE-UP
Noflc* to glven Personal RepresenEugen ;) '
Florida :32601, and tile known os CHRISTIAN '.. Rapiac :
pursuant to a tativei, :.3i.a87't35.: ; Pads or ShoesH :'
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the i27!
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the) original ASSEMBLY. OP AMERICA 'Judgement *P. ., : : *urtece Drums or Botor*. j
Clerk of the ahoy* styled INC., .non-prof Florida September 26. '.0.0.-1030.. 1'irV.\park :' Idle Mt .1"MnQ..IM ",'f, Pat* VwrlrniW 3995 P
Court on or bafarO' Oc carpal'tltl, else': Wessdsto ,' \ phjg adjust I 4dAdjUslOorVnarlcan j T-1 .. I
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Cos No. 83-176* Storks,FU209t' r & .v.valve, road teat cab,Poirtfa :: .;
1983 otherwit cSMrtbutor Cap PQ .
tober' 21, ender the ir, .
operate Circuit Court T.I. p h./s. F': Cart .' iv rI r
.o Judgmnt; maybe ..nom PlAId RltTIAN Eighth Judicial CIr ((904)964-5701.) CArtd.ne,ff tO.rTl Kutor: -
entered against, you ASSEMBLY, *t '.r'). rVm and for Bradford 3tchg; I
9(29 10/06
for live relief. demanded. 136, ,SW 71st *'r''.r.' .. '
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the''. pt, iitflfl.f41Mta/n?7 J1 #JW//" lasis. is. on flaring, not .Luring \ I


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., members need lira to deal with the death of a I loved one because there are "It just means that the patient. has accepted tttt fact that he II finite and"'I '

t (Ureas page ")IB) often many different feeling they have to deal with. There to grief, anger, death "is coming. It Is then Out he can get his life in order. and. prepare for
tiered the may! Just be titers- when Use patient or the family *, depression and many feelings Involved with death. The death.. .j'#
!earth! som to: tame needs someone to.taIk to a* much as the patient does. In the hospice program Marie has seen patients and their families go I'

"HOIIplce" II 1psycho1ogtctlj and emotional care<<: tor a terminally Studies have been made of the emotional phases that a terminally ill person through all these stages. "They don't always progress In order. A patientcan
Ia e.; The! can may also be Iritual"", people I often tuna to goes through before his death in the hope that a better understanding of go back and forth between them and the patient and other family ,
Winon. realize they an loinS to ifte.Minlstenl or chaplains are the people In dealing with it. members can all be at different stages at the same time" says Marie.

at est of tlMfpat1eQt. \. .. : Elisabeth!: Kuhier-Rwwi psychiatrist and a world-renowned authority'' In 1967, the first hospice program was opened In England by Dr. Cicely. ??
A hospice nuto visits the V"51? regitlitrly lit wethe, frequency" : of thee .on death.! She has made a study'of termlanaUy ill people and has written' Saunders. The first hospice in America was established at New Haven, cl
visits depends on the patients* health and needs "Sometimes ail i a patient several hooks In an attempt to educate people about death and hopefully, Conn:, In 1974. Since then hospice has grown until there were more than 800 '.i I
needs 11 good listener. The wariest times often com, at two In the morningand decrease the fear connected with it. Marie quotes Kubler-RosB when she hospices in 1982 at some point of development. There are 20 licensed: to .r

there. II always! someone to talk to, at hour}a clay. IQ the hospice says that there are five staves In death. operate In Florida at this time.
procrIIm ..Y'JIIIari Kubler- oA found that there were certain stages that all terminally. ill Hospice programs differ in different places. Sometimes a hospice la Justan
A patient is referred to the'hoe-, p'oerau\ Umweh the cooperation of patients had In common. These are: outpatient treatment center with the patients staying in their homes and ..
their personal physician. their family and tttnnselve It tastes au three Denial and Isolation The first stage thai a dying patient goes through Is only going into the hospital for a day or so when they need to. A hospice ''I
because: an three are so tovolvrt.Vltl>? SIr'OtIP'am..Once a patient. refer...ed denial. The classic phrase "It can't happen to me,' Is an example of this might also be an actual place where the patient Is admitted. to a treatment -,? i\
to the program they visit...from, a staff member, 'stage. patient denies that be is dying until he is ready to deal center that resembles an appartment complex. ; ,r
or psychiatrist. ipso wItb rtomake toeylSlytaM. with t.1; says Marie. "In one of these programs, the patient can have anything they want In '' il s J
understand asyys -- sure y
,- what hospice Man.. Anger: The second stage Is the "Why me?" stage. The patient finally their rooms. If they have a favorite chair, they can have that moved. In. ,,. (14 \

The understanding II essential because hoi/piee I. not fee veryone. realizes that he going to die. and. he becomes angry. that he has been forced Their comfort is the main priority says Marie. .11t '''i
.Hospice breaks with the tradition fII &helr'ell' < tien to die in his own home; a plaee whero he 4 almilrtablp arts m r. : This stage to an attempt to postpone the inevitable. We have respiratory problem. She participated In the hospice program and remain- )b. .',
But IIOIIIe people are not eomfvrtabh"With the idea.Sans patients prefer ,all made bargain* in certain situations. A child's stomach ache might elicit ed at home. "She bad a dog that she dearly loved. We aU knew that the. ? :: 4
the hospital because it II then that they feel mere 1eCUI't.. the promise.T'lf 1 get better. I'll never eat candy again." The patient dog's hair wu not good for her problem, but she loved. it so much and', .. ?
Jf a patient his family; 01'the person who will give him tile primary make a promise in the hope that God. or fate wul be kinder. to him because wanted it near her. No one tried to tare it away." |
care are cert that they want to participate III --pice program then of Hospice recognizes that terminally ill patients are people people who.a j
a Dune II ass ed to the-cu. The patient makes Ills ; The patient's Depression: At this stage, It finally comes!! home to the patient that he actually need more than just physical care. A person who is dying needs love and n "s :

feelings are the mOlt Important"" 01 course. but Ihefimily is also is going to die. Depression Mia In. understanding as much or more than medical treatment. The hospice program 18 :s-
very Important in the hospice program. Someone in available the patient- Acceptance: This stage Is the one in which the patient accepts the fact tries to bring back dignity to death, the dignity that existed in times ,,j J.
or Ida family 24 boon a day;Hospice recognizes! that the family of th* patient that he Is going to die. ft la not a hopeless giving-up but a quiet time when past when a man died in his own bed at home; his family surrounding him 10 v. ,

needs un and attenU042111.theIr attempts tct deal with what II MPO the violent! and varied emotions that are Involved with death have passed. with warmth and affection. >d| '"
and left the patient In a restful mood almost void of emotions. Death comes to everyone. It is a common link we hold with all people i9 '

Hospice is ap much r the family'as'k is ;f ties patient.Family .' "Acceptance doesn't mean the patient has given up hope," says Marie, everywhere. Some of us may not be ready. for the. hospice program, but w..j t2 ;S ,
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; 'Card May we.take of.this Thanks method of thank- 'DISCOUNT; .' MUSIC WAREHOUSESTRUCKLOAD : Ground Cover a Good Protection Against r7 Erosions 3 3 II


II log our neighbors and friends for their. SALEFridy3 : I II I a by Norman Porte1' crops this time oc year, farm alder some sort 'of ground. cover for '':1'(b>

.: kind expressions sympathy, food ; I "., District Conservationist\ managers short of leaving fields protection., r ,ID, I.
: ,Dowers, and other expressions'of love I .
fallow and exposed to .the erosive : ,
during tbe.Wrteu and' death of our. 'IIi.aAlftj.. c... .0'; i As fields are being cleared. of their forces of wind and water-should conHE1 The two practices encouraged by -.q Jf :
husband and father the-JRev N.A. i .
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Blake. These expr'esalorisliavai: basal' > ..
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Cover and (2) -
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greatly. appreciated : sire .1', ,. i.ri I : Crop Residue Use.
Family Rev.N.A; ,Blake ." '-. _' ... t 1"
1.1 A winter cover crop of small grain I

; : I "- user grass (which many farmers i
's""r'-: ; winter grazing) is particularly
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!\ TREE SERVICE j ', ', .. 2Sept.aoA.Oct.:' produces a small amount of residue. lU
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The benefits of winter cover are of
,"Removal '' .. ; :'_ '. L I UOf :T 9 am t9 plAin $lfarils. .t, .
.. {; I(' / \ .' ,. ._ .\ F S great. Soil erosion is significantly
i j' "' Trimming'; : :':44"'W" : :: -j reduced. If the cover is not removed 'lit

IStump' Removal II flaws."-t f.t. .....::0.,1 t '\tf/.'. '. -. .i ... ..;? Jl/jli-... ... "S1 e5I1P too early (i.e.,. In February or :10l ,
'.. _. ... .. . .. .... .', ........ .. ..... .. OFFS March),protection during the critical ;
: KfFree" Estimates'Firewood ,, :::8rIIII. 1 ofo.tT f.. ,.... ... 1.0., ..r.,. ...,.....;.. .,\",..., -,..,r.."t..4 Sr: sas M 60 wind erosion period Is also provided. ..idtn
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,11. '. ., : y'?: 'i' '' ''F. rI ''' ':'''' ';:' '' .. 1 strips of grain intact or by using XI i,
i 473-4732 j ,.it C 4... : $10ftA0. form of conservation for I
: "'.. :j\.h't-.U.\ .;::. :;: some tillage d
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... ... ..... .. .... ..- Super awnvaiL iiwn 4 rr _: wand during next planting season: 'f.t
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ALL 1983 MICROWAVES
Union CoimtyrAlsFOB .:. 30% OFF ON previous crop) could provide similar

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5' ... !' 1,1MOV1NO ,, \'r, I The'object, of course is to leave the
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*";: FOR, RUNTu.r ..eJ fI.e' ,';a3f... ( .PO;* A. SrtOAlMU. ...: lleMPem. }to1' \ I i If the previous crop was either a I#
'I'f .', Union County ,TIM* J'.itlW; ....,( J' 't'-iI\' !!\' '.: aP6DIOlS1'TT; .' l+c1'.J!' l',2Ip : 1 .poor;one, or a crop noted for low .
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> Phone 496-2261 "far,In'-' '..00 ; ;t mtVf :: ," 5REALTOC. or ), a winter cover crop'would I
( ; .m p4 Just .M)45 S.:,UftE". '. t 1 peas Mlu ,
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:. 'MOBIL HOMI 2:' BDRM : end I tnoch.-,..I' ,9 BDIIM'1.MlH. end Real bt.te.: ..Phone. .. .p I I1'' + Soil Conservation Service encourage
located In Ration! on 121'. :SR 14 in.the Prtoen.Morning 'bam Locatod between 75J-400 'TW 7/14. farmers to contact their office locatedin I

i486.2502.. T-chg /29 Circlet!.'between>PSP-- and .l.k.. ...Ior' end ,,ProXtRA fnciANCf WHTItt:Corn big II the Bradford County Ag-Center for or '
POa RINT' LONG TOM 2 4JCI. Follow (tan*.: coif ."w.-., ., ;, .m....." fast :on*"'_>y II !11 F assistance. 1 1 !'
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ii" .TANt.akeg..dael.: fMAfilsV. .. 4.IO'Atr.e 2 MM." mobil The average American watcher r
( .VSO to S3 SO., all' largolandKOpe ,drilled,. ..water pump',; now 'horn**. Fruit rro**, frop**. otnPf Y.. bonollt, .and 1' 964-7701 32 hours of TV a week. ;:
.' plonf! $9 to Inrtetatkm. eptle Wnk(. ._ Owner will eon1? ""'Ivb'1''''''".. <**>> ,**>* ; 332 \M. Marllsnn Starke.

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.f" Oorderr SR 121 laCnMue.phono ', AM SHADY Corner lot' ,964.aS44t..122'tchf j3/06
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