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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Food 'for toou t .boil proposal to plege local 4-cent per In other action, the county commisMelroseSanta Fe Lake area aroundGriffin's I
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Bradford's'.'road-weight 'ordinance sion Lodge. .... .
J. ear bond revenue program to raise
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by Sheriff County Commlll81 {-uome $1.7 million to be spent on roadroblems Agreed to 'endorse a Manatee after I'd lived there 20 years, I decid r
Dolph Reddish III its
Oct. 8 MCIIJ- was made Monday, Oct.,3 County effort for'a 500-bed. not.fored it was time to do something" Mrs:
day regular .
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meeting :To the Bradford County Commission. profit hospital. Edith Nicholson told commissioners.

The ordinance cannot be enforced1 The -proposal was 'made :.by Bill

selectively, was the lesson Sheriff ;;Weathers who now represents 'Agreed to provide signs for'a .Reappointed Col. H.H. Hatcher to .
Reddish had for the commission. The. !Southeast Municipal Bonds Inc. a Crime Watch Program in the the Judicial Nominating Committee. ',.

,county law/one of the few in the state, banking Investment firm: Weathers
seta a 50,000 pound weight' limit for :.was, with ,the Farmer's Home .Administration -

heavy hauling trucks 'such as those' )l.l.w : for 28 years: and Is. :r .
hauling lime rock, timber,'chicken: {familiar to county officials. I.,

feed..Problem is, moat every truck on Monies used for operations in the

the,road weighs- more than, /(0,000 e'eottnty Road Department can be
; ? :pledged against the revenue. bonds

'I twwaas a frustrating dlCUIIIIIoQ'oi' ;I "and the proceeds of the Issue can be. .

the 'county commissioners' who- ,,usfcd.for operations. Weathers- told.
declare they don't want to stop :a117' I r ;commissioners. ; -

truck; driver from earning a living; Weathers suggested the" commission -
but would like lime rock trucks, whew' i sign< an agreement allowing him

loadedto, stay- on' roads paved! :-to, |\10,-work with the county on putting
!together the financial but
primary specifications; ; ; program
Commissioners> feel they :;ean'tsimply .commissioners demurred., asking
place weight limit ort certain time. to think things over.", '
roads, because 'chicken feed: lWell: ; I wouldn't want to doMhhing

deliveries and timber hauling trucks: ,' ,'* laid. .ommisstonerle i iI
of necessity > Into moat every; nook' Carter 'Jr: iI I
Chairman: Lawrehce'Mbsley' said' I
and cranny Lm the county.: ;.
UK, ) board needed to loOkat the proposal. -'
On the other hand limn rock trucks, '
using secondary roads; such. newly s He assigned' Count Attorney' 'Taking the Oath...
paved Speedvnle Road or County S Dudley Hardy the program
Commissioner 'Vernon Silcox Commissioner Charles Schaefer, Police
Road land asked Weathers to phone ,
225 is enough to give a oommiax
sloner ,.,.- r'Those : O art Gib Brown In a few weeks to Chief Jimmy Bowen, and City Clerk Nell Tucker take the oath of office
indigestion
.. :; .. ? .' i ,, Yefeck on tlmcounty's; interest. Tuesday night Administering oath Is city attorney.Terry
trucJtir.sfVou i torn them' .'
;Weather predicted Interest rates of
:loose on SpedvUe' !. Road and it won't fSJn to 7 percent on'the 8-year bonds. Brown.'I

last six months, gre srmed|, on mnls-.A y 'Ho stressed:{the funds'would earn 1n-' ) : f

eloper Mazi Carter..: : ", I'bejrest so that$I S"lI1IIII\'would grow to : \
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"If wocan't control it (use CJt the a ;Are Spirits,Flagging at: BHS,7 ,j } !,, i l system with a (

.roada by heavy trucks) -we'll have to 'Going this, >. gr9dera us '!minimum amount of unsltely debris /
-slow "down t l1d.buildJl1II' because to St-'AagMltae Friday night,- the Tornado is New /
laying around said Bin.'-We thers. Crosby Mayor
we'll have buUdl healthier than they're been but nave their work cat out for them with a tough j
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hold tra up under those' ,trucks,?said ifcwo.ooo Farmers Home loan'In 1976.
v Tuesday after playing Lee High of Jacksonville last week. I
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Commissioner Carter. Second Starke commissioner. kilowatts would come from Seminole
band Weathers ,termed the system of term
Put,if the BUS eleven Is down the award-winning Tornado marching
Sheriff Raddlsb .seeks .. guidance Unit No. 2 In Palatka, 415 megawatt
: dUMpsters and hauling system'"oneof Jimmy Crosby Jr. was unanimously
continue to snow Its colors. Above, majorette Angela Epps and the,8115 'I .
from the commission on boW,to enforce (, the finest in. the state,," elected mayor-commissioner by his plant due on line in January 1985. 500
band perform during halftime of the 21-7 lossto Jasper; ....
the offered from Stanton
county law. fellowsolons as the council reorganized Kilowatts were
T Tuesday night Oct. 4, for the coming Unit No. 1, a 165 megawatt nuclear to

fiscal year. be built starting in 1988 In Orange

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Engineers' said some 30 studies

Mayor Wadsworth :Says People. ShouIdKnp'}': adverse have been conditions made,, and using projections varying

: are the city could save some 100,000
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by Larry Ogle by., might fUKHiJd be'dijTHS-aitioWt i showing. ."'' .. fav ll'ti8I11.: >'- '>/ -, "' who seemed upset over the matter ..,suspend a man because of than** over manufacturing'Its own power. ,

BCT Staff Writer'Hampton Cordon were armed 'with "Impreach the "Nobody 'can' say that I said the sources the city has now.:
Mayor ''Wadsworth 'called the, meeting mayor" signs and. a petition with over anything 'about suspending Par-

I Wadsworth called a vpedal meeting ;without'contacting or discussing the ,,70. names.! malee," replied Wadsworth. In other action the council!
rfi the council Tuesday, Oct. 4, to problem '"with chief:Marsha John'' '
discuss one negative incident by Hodges/At the meeting Hodges and, .Wac: swtold the crowd that the Former 'city clerk Jane Hall then e : Was warned by Ronnie Newman

daytime'' town. marshal 'John, Par,n .; Wadsworth got Into a heated argument -. signs'did not bother him and that be asked Wadsworth "I would also like that Stokes & Co. may request a \ ....
melee:\: about the subject Members of i could probably get most of the people; to know why you did not call him. r' } change in plans on building a lift station ,

; ;(IY. the audience also disagreed with the that'signed It to take their names off. When lass clerk and there were pro 17 to serve the new apartments be- I' 1
After and: half hours 'o? Wadsworth and the council: viewed/ then rather bring it to .
:.two. a manner In which Wadsworth. handled, blems, you'd up ing built on property Newman sold. ,
deliberation between Marshal John ,the situations the signs and petitions 'before .the a full council Instead of talking to me.I the firm in NW Starke. '
Hodges;Mayor Wadsworth, the council .meeting started '\.Hodges made one ;think that's pretty slimy. After The city-approved plans call: for a
and audience it was recommended. Hodges told the council: that it was comment to Wadsworth. "I told you I three questions from Hall and another lift station on public property. Stokes

that' Parmalee be verbally an fatternai matter within the Police'Department was serious.'"Wadsworth reed resldentof Hampton, there-was still & Co. wants to cut project costs by

reprimanded by the city council: and that he should have "those signs do not bother no clear: answer from Wadsworth. His building a private lift station on the 6

'. been the! one handle the problem."I don't think it Is legal"to' Have them' 'Inhere only reply was,"I.just-thoufht the acres it purchased from Newman he
I .The anCtdMt'involved'Manhe1 ParT -' at the meeting. ; ': :' 1 council should know about it. Starke said. ""
;malee allegedly let a feeder by with, can't find anywhere ;;In""the New Mayor 1 Newman said the reason he sold the
a ;warning after writing a ticket trf charter: that would give any clerk or Wadsworth was questioned iif'that\ '"I'm not apologizing! for anything I Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Jr. property to Stokes Co. at the price

another driver' that; was.. ,going. even' -' marshal the right to make-declslons" slngleincident was the reason for calKIng have done. I.was just trying to getsome he did is that he still owns 106 acres of
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', .slower; without councilapproval, said the. special meeting; He 1 then advice, said Wadsworth. Crosby"replaces CommissionerVernon the tract and wants the lift station
'Mayor Wadsworth..Then Wadsworth replied yes. He was questioned again Silcox.Commissioner. he

i':passenger W the 'vehlcteof the, asked :Parmalee'" to. explain. exactly" ,I boufwnether he really thought the, 'IP mttlee'. only comment during Travis Wood, also in built have the on use public'of it property for future so projects.can

driver that got a warning Palatka, what_happened. :incident warranted a special: meetings the hearing was "If anything should his second term was unanimously Newman asked the council not to
1 Circuit Court Judge E. lEastmoore.T! ","I just thought that the council should'' be said It should be internal affairs elected vice mayor-commissioner. change the waste disposal plans it has
.AgparenUyEastmoore produced his, i itrader: IIodge"-orders, Parmalee know about it. The police committee: \ and not before 'the council and the Crosby was''unopposed for reelection and warned the
: IdenttficaUon ,and ParnuUee let the, refused to''''lIIIWer ;any "questions. then recommended the meeting,"*the town.'"' last year, Woods beat 'council already: will approved get request to do so.
'. ,, >fver go 1II'IthaWamit's. mayor' said -- o ,,',' challenger Joe Williams, and Bobby
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-jfo4 ; "I'm responsible for'Parmalee not '{ 'Councllwoman: Amy Davis movedto Biggs won the seat held by Bob Milner

'... Attiden otingWadswuirthsaid that r.answering tfteouesUons: I don't think' I Hodges, then 'comni nt'o' Just let the meeting be a verbal who was elected with Crosby, Approved write-off of 117.406 In
the Judas had ejJedbJm'and told him this'shoufii b* fii front of the'council ;;,?Wadsworth- "you 'mean you took a reprimand and not to suspend Par- City attorney Terry Brown whomthe bad utility accounts. That Is leas than
'" malee. Council members agreed. council retained another'year, Vfe of one percent of the 14 million in city -
of tSrincltfent_ and that something anyway1commented; Hodges' ?,al word over the; phone'someone
1 t ,x'r, 'e. ." .. ( '. .. administered the oath of office to utility sales. .
Commissioners Silcox and Charles "A fantastic record said Commissioner
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'.4. ;.'.1" "',,,, ('. : ; r y. r 1.. Schaefer Clerk Neil Tucker and Jimmy Crosby expressing his
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"- -:: : .. Oct. Police thief Jimmy Bowen, all of appreciation to City Clerk Nell
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In B-Scction..h... J \. '" I.Qualifying Opens whom were re-elected without opposition Tucker and Attorney'Terry Brown
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I ", this to terms who have been working on'the pro-
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; : "'" Qualifybg fs. set from'noon t Monday small + program. The letter was. The council also reappointed Pat The'amount Is down from '$34.000
Cane. 'C'.sX". < '
..ailing. tie i f tnM "v. n has already ; .
Oct. IX through a sent since lwtey applied last and 134,000 before last.
gather 01 & r ton Beach sin Lake Santa; Fe t' PridaYr small Welch as city surveyor.Electricity year year
the
.stung enthusiasts LucfSe"Sthrfordreminded far a grant through
: : Oct., Jf Qty Clerk Employees of other utility system
.. Cane.., In our Ufetlme'! $alinq P.eyot.. I r cities ,. and asked If Lawtey
f i program
''Ot1r'h., idt Annual "Letseat crty": commiwhm members, Sources at- "a recent'meeting, ;expressed
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stator grant
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4i f. l' of Starkas low writeoff
'it ; Ken Fuqua
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;'v' ..\ r., i Pi# tI'p.: / *-offices1 are imp for fora "big rate recalled Commissioner Vernon
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held coat Indudlng." would like a Palatka and'a nuclear plant to be
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one'fOe wadenrt tov program' ;
...n..et annul, went this ..: prtlite! ......urs. hose 01 Police CMo3W1B:Jotdmrrs: the Florida.
'fI"h' : '1<, Clerk.SNsferd., Threesloners "r //citizens committee: to be appointed to,. built In Orlando through Called l for bids on three new police .

,.vs.-4' :..'. .Melros.a/;. ,' ", "$. .,},.".. J". ." ,' ,will have to.run'cNyr; tBSy! are' !assist, In Development the application for a Grant Community Municipal to the Power council: Association Tuesday night'wasmade ,rears, at'reque.t of Police' ,Chief; Jimmy 1.
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io l''i" 'l'' '' ::1' ,-. I Councilman Robert Scott: the current to the committee Mayor Oct. 4.Engineer. Bowen;, ,
; 1ii Stf; ?}4wV7iM"4 w'feo Appointed by "'
Marvin
mayor} Rosier and "Buater"'Bermett.
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: James. ; an'
Scott ,were: CitTCouncilwoman .
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murdet'o Approved of $2.233 3M
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1nmot. are < Laura Harrto, local residents systems planner
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Pr'-. ''' ; 'I.' / ," l' "" Phillips.,'John Stable and ,needs an answer by Oct.: St. A bond
>t.,, C 1 ',.. .-.i.J. "';\1;"' I In other"JhecouncUi t Issue would be handled FMPA with .Went into closed session to discuss
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;'itf oyer adm. : and the watts to'cost some $1 million. 1,000 ,, '1I'lt' ,'i,,, ''.
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Jerome Johns, 'E.W. Hodges Nominated


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For Regional- .; Education Coordinating Council,-, .

Local businessmen Jerome Johns Dixie, ,Hamilton,Lafayette Is to increase the Job skills and earn-
and E.W. Hodges have been Madison, Suwannee, Taylor and ing potential of eligible participantsand F 'i itA r f .t![ }, R+ { 4S 4 )f )'' } ; t1 P5 }t! tF J I' } jN" + nC t n!' +
nominated to the Regional Coordinating Alachua counties,which comprise the to assist them towards permanent > ?
Councils for Vocational North Central Florida Service unsubsidized employment.The .
Education, Adult General Education Delivery Area (NCFSDA), nominations were made by the
and Community Instructional Services The Job Training Plan for the Chamber's Board of Governors at its a
of the state Department of NCFSDA has been prepared pursuantto Sept. 8 meeting.
Education.The the Job Training Partnership Act
Chamber of Commerce Is the (JTPA) contained In Public Law In other action, the .Chamber
agency making the nominations for 97300. The Job Training Plan has Board: .
members from industry which must been prepared by the North Central
make up SI percent of the board. Florida Regional Planning Council In Voted to draft a letter to Bradford
Johns is president of the CommunityState accordance with the plan develop- County Commissioners and Starke CI-
Bank in Starke and also heads ment procedures agreed to and ty Commissioners supporting the two
Gator Freightways headquartered in adopted by the North Central Florida boards in their discussions to combine
Starke. Hodges is owner of paint and Private Industrial Council and the some aspects of the governments to
hardware stores in Starke and is a North Central Florida Training Con- better service and,possibly. ,hold
third term county commissioner for sortium. .The Job Training Plan covets down.
Bradford County.; describes the federally-funded JTPA
School Supt. Tom Casey and Job Training Program for the Was told by President Dallas
Millard Brown, night coordinator and NCFSDA. Mayo that a place to put 'Welcome to
director of adult education at the Purpose of this program describedin Starke' signs is difficult to find. Problem '
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center, are the Job Training Plan is to provide is that such signs cannot be
also members of the regional coordinating Job training opportunities<< for located on any federallyImpactedhighway
councils. economically disadvantaged youth unless the property is zoned
The nominations are for Region 9, and unskilled adults of the NCFSDA. commercial, says L.M.Gaines,chairman 'ryt'a -/ ';
including Bradford, Union,Columbia Primary objective of the program of the sign committee. d
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I 301-South Set for State Re-paving ProjectFlorida


Department of Transportation In a 30 to 50 percent energy savings as pavement will be utilized.
officials opened sealed bids compared to conventional methods.In The project should be completed In
Wednesday, August 31. for resurfac- asphalt recycling existing pave- 195 days once work begins.,
ment to a depth o( three inches is
ing US 301 from the Alachua County The contract will be awarded within
line to Alligator Creek in Bradford removed by a rotary drum milling 50 days. Work orders will be Issued by
machine and transported to a nearby
County. the DOT District
Office in Lake City-
Apparent low bidder is G.P.Turner asphalt plant for processing. Newly within 30 days once the contracts are
Construction, Inc. from Ocala at recycled asphalt mix is then hauledto executed.For ,'
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the construction site where a con-
78457874. more information, contact J.E. i''
ventional paving machine will be used '
The 7.5 miles of work require existing to place it on the road. An Rogers Jr. In Gainesville at (904)
J asphalt to be recycled resulting estimated 65 oercent of the existing 372-4209.
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I J Grant:Funds''Sought 'for Lincoln City' tr .

j Aa Bradford County Task Force on The Task Force"was named after grant iU da. First step was. setting up
Comunity Development to work on a commissisoners learned there may the task force.In .
S grant for sewage and paving for the> still be a possibility bf. getting a
; Lincoln City area in south Starke was sewage system and road paying grant other action, the county. commission r'S..
8 appointed Monday, Oct. 3.,' by 'the for the Lincoln City area. : r'
S Bradford County Commission. Zoning DirectorL.M.. Gaines said } .r
I S Members are'Florida Bank Preslthe grant was applied for about ttt
i dent J.E. Tomlinson, Community years ago 'when Mrs: Linda Day a Asked Zoning Director L.M.
State Bank Vice-President Ray Norman ; grant coordinator, was working here. Gaines to see what it will cost for the
Elizabeth Walker of the'BradNew word is that the state has taken Northeast Florida Regional Planning Photo by. Mark Frlexllln
ford County Concerned Citizens and over 'administration of Community Council to make needed changes and Getting Ready for the Regatta....
Lincoln City area residents Willie Development grant funding, and has to "clean the
up" county's employee
raised
These enthusiasts their Ilobie Cat for group more than ll.CM: for the American
sailing
f Brown and Burtis Robinson. invited the county to apply for the rules and prepare Cancer
policies.i
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the Ighth Annual "Let's Beat Cancer In oar Lifetimes. Society in the day-long event. For further details
i Sailboat rUgaita" held last wekend at Earlton Beach on see page 1-B.,
Laki Santa Fe.,
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; Bradford County Middle School Ta....,. October n.chllrcracken! sad, pear '
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halves,cinnamon roll,milk.Wedoeiday
I L and all elementary schools October It-National School Lunch ,
:. Monday October lCheeea taut french Irlee, Menu-Power ....., Printout PoUton,
corn on the cob,peaches,cockle,milk.Toeiday Vegetable Source Bytee. Basic AWL \
October ll-Boer-A-Ronl, cheese: itix, Tberidey.t.October 1 -_f.V..tabl. Soup
I garden salad, appleeaueeVliot rolls,milk. crack.n, |>K dinY iaix *|ch,peach...."""Ilk.tfl! nv'i 1
WadimiUy; October la-NaUonet School Lunch FrWsfr. ht.a5W...I4 ."ri>r Piano ngD9r.,
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Menu-Fewer mace Burgera. Printout Boti<* ,
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I a ",.......,.October Il-Maearonr Cheeee H epicM.ed.y.. October.""mburl...., pine, trench
: ed ham aandwlch green beam,E.T.Surprlae Bar ties, mlUnhakee. -

:I Friday e.rml.UcJaI,October, milk.le-Teacher. Planning. Day. cheeseburger Taesday; October, mUuh.II-PI..a._... '* trench tries. -
::::: W...._,.October It-French trim,milkshakes,
Bradford County High School hamburgere plua
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corn on the cob, peaches,cookie, milk. Friday,October 14-Te.cher. Planning/ Day. v


5 New Square Dancers

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; square dancing every Thursday night
.. at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Building at '
;: Call and Orange Streets in Starke. I
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y For the next two Thursday nights, ; 11i
: Oct. 6 and 13, at 7 p.m. a class for new ,) S
is square dancers will be formed and SATURDAY. October Low Price
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Club caller' is Jim Duncan, principal Hunt Shell Station I oar
of Bradford High School. Duncan sits t IV AM ChMrUedere till PM Buy'this sofa and chair for the.price you would normally pay for just -sofa! x
will also'teach the class.
Thick, knife-edged cushions... deep'backs...:plump, roll-over arms... with all the "

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proposed) 39.9 percent Increase In dent coverage or a total of$112.70 for with Life Investors, but the county officials 'i 11
medical Insurance rates has promp family coverage Rates offered Effective are unsatisfied with the "a I
4z14k 4k I TftmflTr1w1I1j ted Bradford County commissioners Nov. I are: coverage and the response on claims I .-
w v to ask for more bids. Present Italew. i submitted. Commissioner Maxie '
Bids will be asked for an 8 p.m.Oct. .:mp. Family 26 opening. Commissioners said they life Investor $4611: ) $69.02 Committee,wasn't happy with the luo 'I' "
et ataro ur would have a special meeting for the Proposed Rates percent participation required by Life
; t bids.George, Blue Cross 62.11II 103.5 Investors and combined with the :
Roberts, agent for the increase and
pre- Life Inventor 61.11 99.10 price proposed his
sent carrier Life Investors Agency, recommendation to rebid was accepted -
promised to have the losses incurred George Roberts advised the county t
by county employees In the past year commission to go at least three years Blue Cross requires 75 percent participation -
to County Clerk Gib Brown without 'with an Insurance company, unless the norm now In the insurance I
'delay or 10 companies Invited to bid premiums get completely out of industry.
In March the county received replies reach. It Is Important to establish a >:
from only Life Investors and Blue track record with an insurance com Starke employees now pay $52.98 i
Cross-Blue Shield, pany, Roberta told the commis- for employee coverage plus$& .78 for I
sioners, as he also recently told dependents to Blue Cross Blue Shield
One reason for the lack of bids, Starke commissioners. 'ur 70/30 coverage. The city. pays. $40 ?
Clerk Brown says is that the loss Roberts advised the city to stay on the employee portion. \;;
ratio was incomplete. claims. Information with Blue Cross Blue Shield, the Bradford school system went self-
city's carrier, and the city. commis- insured and pays $55.67 for employee
M- /inM Rate for county employees now sion chose to do that. coverage and $77 for dependent for
stands at$41lift plus *69.03 for depen- Roberts advised the county to stay 80/20 coverage.

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Volunteer firemen are covered by Public Hearing SetOn Care Systems Inc., which operates 1 r
'the county's workman's compensation o Bradford Hospital In that firm's bid tij! '
rah ? ,,. > ;, ,, r from the time they leave home in Nursing Home Nee to build a 60-bed rehabilitation facility i J
#,91A rank ri v t a private vehicle, and while on their A public hearing sat from 10 a.m. 'serving a 18-county area. l.? '
way to a fire or rescue run, insurance to 2 p.m. Wednesday,Jet. 12, in the Bradford' Hospital Administrator t .
consultant George Roberts told. the county courthouse on a certificate of C E.: ('Rip) O'Steen requested the let- \
county commission Monday. need for a new nursing home. ter of support and the board asked ';
There Is no reason to cover firemen, The principals are from Dallas, Clerk Gib Brown to write one. Board '
under any other policy, because Texas and have entered requests for members indicated to Brown they can
workman's compensation coverage is certificates of need In 27 Florida com speak about the operation or the
superior to any small policy the munities. emergency medical team but are not
firemen might buy. His workman's The firm is not affiliated with any informed about the general operation ,1 I '
compensation Insurance' company health facility in Florida. of the hopsital., ''
agreed to cover the firemen on the j
way to a fire in their private vehicle Board Endorses Approved rezoning from open
A New Home. 'at no extra charge, Roberts said. rural (OR)' to general commercial
The Bradford County Emergency Rescue Unit has completed Commissioner E.W. Hodges Commission. Chairman n Drive for HospitalThe ( ) for Mary Lou Green who plansto I
the move to new headquarters former home of Lawrence;Mostly, Emergency Services Director CUM Plus the workman's compensation commission agreed to write a open a store on the loop off CR-18 a jJ jJCG
the Starke Volunteer Fire Department located adjacent to Chapman and Commissioner E.L. "Nook Normans Insurance Includes up to a $100,000 letter of support of Santa Fe Health half-mile east of Hampton.
the Bradford County maintenance system building on the Chapman said the transition went. "smoothly". ,'.. For further death benefit, depending on family
corner of Grand and Weldon Street In Starke. ', dII..e page 6-B. J'" circumstances.
Seen from left to right,at the new headquarters s County; t

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recruit training at tote Marine typical daily routine that he will ex- physical conditioning program and
Completes Training Corps Recruit Depot. Parris Island, ; perience during his enlistment and gamed proficiency in a variety of j"'J
S.C. studied the personal and professional military skills, including first aid rifle -
Marine Pvt., Michael E. During the 11-week training cycle, standards traditionally exhibited by. marksmanship and close order
Southerland son of Ernest he learned he basin of battlefield Marines. drill. Teamwork and self-discipline 964-8182
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I : 1 j Large Oil Companies Still Have Hopes. :\* Of Finding* 'LiquidGold9, /l J inN ft.JF, ; .. : .fj1a I



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Are those(holes<<, drilled'and then capped boil with so called "thumpers" heavy steel In'North Florida Include. Amoco, Pennzoil, ',
( prospector In Bradford'and other North plates that are dropped to the ground,sending and Getty Oil Co. 4i. ,t .

Florida counties, potential"gusher or just shock waves deep into the earth.The signals Star had planned to start drilling In Suwannee : { OQGI OI D t
more dry-hole monuments of hope for oil that bounce back from this Impact indicate -U PN41SPHr asi :..7 taw
j discoveries In this area that may. never be what kinds of strata lie beneath the surface, County last year, acc rdiinaweT of "
realized? and the crew knows whether or not it is the storyV but '"Thlsarea
type that Is conducive to trapping hydrocarbon economic conditions. geologically
some oil-hungry prospectors aren't reserves. But even if surveys snow that speaking (la a' big question mark:?' Rountree
talking
big companies say they haven't said. "It's a high-risk venture for the companita j'. ,
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of finding "Texas ,. to speak. Andfrontier ,
given up on the possibility 'a frontier area, so ..
Tea" beneath the surface of North Florida's. 011 Prospecting areas don't get a whole lot of attention ..'"I," t" I'l'I;',:,
pine lands. when you're In a recession.1' He expectsoil l.r : .\
in Bradford .
Began exploration activity to Increase soon' '
Oil pecUng'began In Bradford County ;.' '
30 or more years ago when deep holes were Over 30 Years Ago however In the North Florida. ,South Georgia. ':.;f ,

drilled In the Brooier-New River area'and areas
were' subsequently ,' though some "In'tlte foreseeable future I think several
Wishful-thinkers believed they "struck oil" oil may exist In an area the only sure way of" wells will be drilled across North FlorId ."
and capped It for future development. knowing la"to put a drill bit Into the ground, Rountree said Amoco's lack of success thus "
says Scott Johnson'a spokesman for Exxon f. ,i"w r tnu
far does not discourage the company."One or ,1 OfJ,1ON
least if .
At ; the are persistent,
prospectors
corporation.
two wells drilled dry do not condemn an E
successful. Further drilling took place
south not of Graham several ago,'and In Several large oil companies hold mineral area" he added,".Many dry holes were drilled ; oT
recent the County years Commissionwas leases to thousands of acres in North Florida in areas of die West which later proved. to Uu.II.. -
more asked for years permission to allow "seismic and South Georgia.'"We really feel like the' be highly productive."

surveys". 'alone secondary. roads. in the coun area has some potential with,"Star Roy Petroleum ftoundtrse tolda ex- The only active drilling now taking place in / Mi! ,f O oZ1gd1/1+
ploration manager
western Panhandle
ty. Florida Is in the extreme
for the Florida' rimes-Vntoil.
reporter Some successful
No drilling la involved In this method of exploration Besides Exxon and Star other companiesthat !n the Jay and East Bay areas.
done'in South
:Seismic crews use trucks equipped have oil and gas leases from landowner Florida' :drilling has also Been Phosphate Deposits Also Eyed ,

To drill a well an oil company must first
purchase oil and gas leases to 160 acres of Oil isn't the only thing that has attracted. the Interest of mining companies. to
'. land around the well site. Lease agreement North Florida; '." '
etJiTORiA1S usually includes an Initial bonus a yearly rental shows the South'GeorgiaNorth
'The above Coastal Petroleum Co.,
prepared by
fee, and a royalty the share that will go map '
in a diagonal strip from
District stretching
Florida
to the landowner if oil Is found on his proper Phosphate ..
ty.The annual rental fee on leased property Is Just north- the Georgia line, southeasterly through' Hamilton, Columbia
minimal, often only$1 per acre according to Union;and Bradford Counties. Phosphate mining operations' are' already' under. ".,'. .,
\ courthouse records. Royalties also vary witha way, in Hamilton and Columbia Counties.
LCI] Volunteers Commended one-eighth share the usual"going rate"but At one time'back"In lira", it seemed that phosphate mining was set for Bradford -
r could range up to a one-quarter share. and Union Counties.Kerr-McGee Corporation,at that time had assembled
-' '.0 a block'of approximately 8,000 acres of fee-owned or leased property in western

For Help on Civic Projects -- Union Bradford County(Brooker-New- River' area) and. was also assembling large tracts In

In a letter'to the County Commission dated Jan. 6, 1975. Kerr-McGee said
County Agent'sNOTEBOOK ".;.our ultimate goal la to have two mining operations of 1.5 million tons per
This week a "task force" from buildings' in 'Starke and. surroundingarea. : year capacity; one In each of Bradford and union Counties with the phosphate
Lawtey 'Correctional Institution per- rock being processed through central plant which could handle three million

formed one of its annual services to the Some of these projects are at the re- by'Bobby,Taylor County Agent tons of ore per year from the two counties. The total Investment" would' approximate -

community,'giving a thorough clean-up quest of the communities while others $75 million and employ approximately people.' '
Lake Kerr-McGee began Its land-acquisition activities for phosphate in 19M, but
to' the older part of Crosby are initiated fay 'Lawtey Unlimited a
Soil Test RecommendedBefore explained that"because of the depressed condition of the phosphate market we
Cemetery." group of LCI-inmates whose fUndraising -' Planting Fall Garden subsequently released our leases in 'and 1969 but continued to hold va feeowned -
This Is just a small part of the'many projects have enabled them to ] property."' '

services that men from LCI contributeas provide community services that would If you are planting 'a fall garden there

proof that a correctional Institution, rival the best efforts of well-organized are stilt a number of vegetables of that October you ,
the months
can plant during
can be a real asset to a community In '
church groups or civic clubs. To carryon and November. These include the cold,
various ways, in addition to the its projects, Lawtey Unlimited raises hardy vegetables such as collards

economic benefits of providing employ- money by selling popcorn in the prison' mustard cabbage, beets, broccoli, carrots
ment and a sizeable payroll to the area. movie theater and holding frequent car and onions.Strawberries should also beset
.In October or the first part of November.In .
It is not an exaggeration to say that washes.
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most cases It will be better to set
Starke and other'communities in this And what do the inmates get out of all transplants if you can locate them rather
area would not be nearly so attractive in this effort? Mainly just the satisfactionof than seed directly into the soil.

the eye of'the beholder If it were not for seeing results of their work, and also Speaking of gardens,and for that matter

the volunteer work performed by. the the opportunity to get out into the "real any spring crop that you'intend to Plantil
men from Lawtey Correctional. world' away from the prison compound this months a good time to have

Some of these many services were for a*few hours Their work is also notedIn test spring made It usually of the area takes you from will three plant to next six -a- -I j

described in an article several months their personal records; which may months:for a liming material to completely _

ago by a staff writer of the Gainesville help them when they'. come. up' for. ,react with the soil and' adjust. the pH \

Sun. We believe thls, ..informationde3erve&repeatiria& review. level. -."1C1waytoMletermlne _
.a reminder to the Besides the community,service.pr err X UomrtU your soil tested ti'tW'ohff drTdotanUte-lsIts sure r
if lime : :t
tlhliqof, the l ben i Jjive are, Deceiving, ejects carried ;, LCJJwt, ,"quadsi.Hiat a 1 ietit eddd. 'Never assume that you need to
from this institution, and as a way oT expressing perform community work five days a, lime every year/lLime can*remain active

1. appreciation for the'contribu week throughout Three Inmates in the for.several yean;and overlim-
tion being made by these men and the assist the Brad Associationfor ing' can Wise deficiencies in zinc, iron,

cooperating officials of the-institution.Of ; Retarded Citizens, and road 'copper,' boron. molybdenum. and, Minorcan Entertainers Will Perform

primary importance of course, is maintenance crews of six to eight inmates 'manganese.'
We the kits and Instructions -
j the' assistance that LCI's volunteer each are assigned to the town of have at the Agriculture Building on In St. and Gainesville

firefighters render as backup to other Lawtey, the city of. Starke,;and'' 'Brad North 301 in Starke. Stop by during office Augustine '
departments in' the county in time of, ford County. r hours for your klt There Is.a$3 charge for

need. "I just can't say'enough for them, of the services this service but it could be well worth this A group of 80 young singers dancers, The programs will be of special Interest
j Bradford One most appreciated cost if you have not tested your lOll in the and musicians from the Island of Minorca, to many descendants of the original Minor-
to
as far as" being responsive that LeI provides is its volunteer fire ,last throe years. off the coast of Spain, will participate in can colony established near New Smyrna
County, Bill Crouse, chief of the department, manned by six trained There are a number of insects that bore ceremonies at the Old Fort in St. Florida in 1768. Surnames of the Minorcan
Lawtey volunteer department, was men, two of whom are on call around into the trunks and branches of many of Augustine at 3 pm. Saturday. Oct. 8, descendants Include many members of the
1 quoted as saying. Important as this is, the clock and live within few yards ofa our trees and shrubs that have been udder marking tie 200th anniversary of the sign- Andreu Andrews, Johns Green, and
the In most the ing of the Treaty of Paris, which returned Canova families still residing in Bradford,
however, it is just one of many ser- 250-gallon truck that is drivento some sort of stress cases -
pumper Florida to rule In 1783.
Spanish and
Union Baker Counties.
kill the but
vices of 14 stress factor does not plant
being provided byan average Another
fires by a prison employee. .
month. boring Insects'do. The group will also be' seen in St. After the New Smyrna colony was
or lS'communityprojects per employee follows the truck,'driving a' .When a tree'or shrub la being attackedby Augustine's Old City quarter In a folklore disbanded due to crop failures and
'van carrying' four additional inmate to and performance in the Plaza at :3 p.m. Sunday mismanagement most of the Minorcans
borers, the bark may begin split
.
LCI
built
have helped
The crews or Oct. 9 and at 8 .
volunteers. bleeding of the sap may be obvious. Borer'' p m. Monday Oct. 10 made their way on foot to St. Augustine
construct fire houses and building additions holes in the trunk may also be seen and sap \ at ReiU Union Auditorium University of where they started a new I life, some of
"They're a fantastic of people, Florida.The Is Invited to all
for volunteer fire tiepartments'in group may or not be seen. \ public perfor- them occupying positions of responsibility
Hampton, ''Lawtey, Heilbronn 'Springs, well trained, a big help to 'Bradford may factors Involve, ,, mances. In business and political life.
of stress
and New River. They helped erect a County" says Lawtey fire chief Grouse. disturbances The majority of the plant's root system. The tour is funded by a grant fund from When the Interior of Florida opened up to
recreation "building In Lawtey, and lie also commends LCI SuperintendentJames Roots Injured during constructionland the Florida Arts Council, under the settlement after the Indian Wars several!
assisted'with the painting of the Brad- T Wainwright allowing theprison's ruling grading or Installation of utility auspices of .the Florida Department of members of the colony made their way to
State and the Minorcan
Overwaterfnglightning Heritage Founda- Bradford County where some of them settled -
community work to continue. lines stresses tile"plant. .
ford High School football stadium strikes fertilizing too close: to the tion of Florida as an interchange of on land grants awarded to them for
bleachers and the BHS Band Boosters. "We're very proud'of them," Supt. 'and repeated use'of weed culture and history between' ,Florida and service In the Indian wan. .
and All-Sports Club-buildings. .Wainwright says. "The work programsare avers l in lawns with frees are also common the Island of Minorca.

good for the community;as-well'as causes.of stress. *!
It is worth noting that all of this work for the' men." He- further notes that The real'Itey to'borer control to-prevent -'
is-performed by inmates on a strictly "< if have trees forestry in I
there have been no major problemswith stress:,However you Bradford if1t !
volunteer basis; under the supervisionof inmate I activities 'since LCI that have been stressed October is the last
LCI staff members who often per- any month of the year to spray: for borers., < i ". '"
form this duty '!n their spare time, was opened as 'a community work'center Then, In mid-March of next year spray Forestry Contest Florida area In the contest held
competed
ten years ago: It became a again and Continue: to spray every six to Winners Named "'
without compensation., until the tree to have .at Austin Carey Memorial Forest on
minimum and medium custody institution eight week appears '
Bradford September 28. A forester
recovered from the stress. The chapter Future Farmersof representative
three years later. America received a fifth place In the from Owens-Illinois was available to present -
Each year, LCI inmates help to set up Prisons usually come to the attentionof When lisifcta spray labeled for the control overall team events at the annual forestry ribbons for the individual wlna,... i 1
and break down-the elementary school great deal of caution
use a
of borers,4 contest. ,Congratulations to all the winners
contestants Bradford FFA had In the following

the public only.when something goes of these materials: .
Halloween Carnivals in the county also because of we toxicity and their advisors-great effort!
assisting with some cooking- duties for wrong, as it frequently does In some of Read the label of the pesticide and. follow events:
those festivals, as well as for the Bradford them. It makes it doubly gratifying, directions. : completely. :Twenty-seven; chapters In the northeast Identification.Ann Baker.2nd"place-Insect and Disease
be able to commend LeI t.
therefore
Hospital's annual health fair and Evelyn Pennell. 3rd place-Land Area
other groups. and its volunteer workers for the prop .... Letters* Calculation by pacing. .
jects they are carrying out for. the f Bryan Stephens 3rd place-Timber Value

'They have also helped with numerous benefit of the community < Estimation Mike Waters with, 4th BUtmore place-Dendrology-tree stick.

church building'projects Sand landscaping Since October lias been proclaimed identification. ,
tetter: to:Parents, assisting us In this project were the same ,
as welTas maintaining the groundsat Clean-up' Month in Starke 'the 'LCI, Open stood '
Of Class 1984 ,ones who have behind us since school The remainder of"the team and the advisors -
the Starke -Woman's Club, .the City workers will doubtless play an torpor Judo, IB.-' began. I feel these parents'are about burn received an honorable mention for
playground park'on Church Street, and taut-part in this effort as they have in" Dear"a& tsr,' ',:" / ed out and would like to have some more' tlte time and efforts spent to prepare for
other public,buildings. UCI (Union Cor- other improvement '; 98-i' : parents involved. you are interested In the contest, "
projects
many ,- ., The Junior Class of. needs'your', .. volunteering your time please call me at '
rectional Institution) has also provided ; ',-. ; HELP I, f 1r",": : ; 984-7723 after H p.mv or contact one of our Overall team winner, Bronson FFA,
shrubbery and landscaped many public .need to'I class sponsors Your student knows who chapter from Levy County earns the right
class will ,
our .
estimated to
_._ We have these are.. ''< compete the Forest Festival.This will
-- I raise a total or W.OOO for our obligations 'be held October 14, in Perry.A variety of
(Prom) thi year..We desperately need t would like to say thanJU to deputies contests,, demonstrations and I displays
'Starke'i new Mayor-Commissioner, Jimmy:Crosby, Jr. has your help achieving this goaU In achieve, Don Denton, Glen Moore and 'Sammy .relating to forestry ,can- be seen at the
proclaimed: : '< I""' "" mg this g !!will cut the cost to Juniorsplaniungto Eunice who* have so graciously givenof ,festivau Of course, the barbecue is the
( ". attend the Prom, their tone during our dances. and to those highlight of the day.public is Invited to all,
;; parents who continue to support us you activities. '
a OCTOBER CLEAN-UP MONTH IN STARKE 'we have several fund-raising protects) know wtK- you are. ; '
+ t mg going on at ibis time. We have : Rhondaf Final note <- anyone planning'on tree-
; In cooperation with the "Partner- In prog ."' '.of ourselves tTspoMor dances after each ,Jr,Class Presidentit" planting this winter Is reminded to order
program home f .me arid this Is one of the their trees.: Some seedling at the state
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the StaWoman's Club. : ,, ',. a': ',,, many aMaTwe need you. the parents to nursery are already aold-out or are in
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y let btvolveL' We also luwe' buttons and short supply. Please contact my office If I
All individuals civic groups, and church organizations are. Bumper stickers on sale for have tI I I can assist you with this, .
urged tG redouble their efforts toward della-up. beautification )I" body to purchase.Soon w e will Spirit )" r i. "' ,

and other improvements during this month 10 that CJ8I'city may', h. ,Towels on".pie. to help us in achieving our The first United States ''j} --1'1
3ieatite Its full potential 01 cleanliness and beauty; .'J r: t .'\ .-'goal. t.. coins, legend hat:it 6 were' '"No man 'I Is rich:-wrt.o: 'wi.nU;
) Our PowaVr'Puff Football Game! was a mad from Martha Wuhino- ,I any, more Ethan he has out.Jo ."
big,success' this past week. The parents ton's.ilv.rw r.., 1 '. ::. h Billingf
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Starke Woman's Club

To ...Iii '
Mt Oct 12
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The Starke W man',Club will meet

Wednesday.. Oct 12, at 12 noon for
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Sc.ial Side The News
clubhouse.their luncheon-meeting at the Ur r !


Guest speaker will be Karen Linden \\.1',' ,
Archer,Service Director for the Child
Abuse Prevention Project (CAPP) Gladys AfOqty Society editor 961-7608

for the 'Health and ,Rehabilitation . ,. ,
District Three.Hostesses .
will be Mrs. AI K. Carli. '

,ale, chairman; Mrs. A.J. Barry! cochairman '. : : : ,, : .' < : '. ,:. '''.' :
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Mrs.
P.1. Mrs.
; Bridges,
C.W. Heavener, Mrs L.H. Jennings, Items':of 'Interest .... J" ,-; ...... r -7": ,. :,: u "
Ms.Carolyn Keen, Mrs. C.A;Knight, l lY

Mrs. A.H. Norman, Mrs.' Johnny I ,. ,
Redgrave*.Mrs.Cecelia Terwillegar Swoothoort Pageant "j.
I and Mrs.,D.W. Whiffen.' Ii s '" "Y
,.I r St. Mark's Women. Saturday NightAt

Terri Lynne Thomas To Meet Oct. 11 BHS Auditorium
Diane Wall BIRTHSr

Terrl: Lynn, Thomas, Bubba Hayes r The Women of St.Mark's will meet Florida Sweetheart Baby Pageantand

Randal Tuesday. Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Miss Florida Sweetheart Pageant
J. HarrisTo y
X Diane Walls Parish House.Rummage. will be held this Saturday Oct. 8, at,
Wed Oct. 29 Bubba the Bradford High School auditorium.
'Haye.
The Baby Pageant will begin at 1
Natalie Nicole Neel
James W. Thomas' of Starke an- tH"j'o:3 Plan Doc. Wedding Sate.( p.m. and the Miss Sweetheart contest

nounces the engagement and ap Stark Woman's Club will begin at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Neel of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Wall of Rev. Ernest Barnes and
proaching marriage ()f his daughter daughter Houston,Texas,announce the birth of
Terri Lynne Thomas, to Randal J.: ; Jacksonville announce the engagement The Starke Woman's Club will havea Ninette, formerly of Starke,' will a daughter,Natalie Nicole,born Sept.
Harris, son of Mrs. Anne'Sackett of er'n t and approaching marriage or: miscellaneous rummage sale on entertain. Rev. Barnes. was a teacher 26. '
Helen, Ga. and Harris their daughter Diane, to Everett and coach at BHS.
Robert! of ? Thursday Oct. 13, from 8 c.'m. until Maternal grandparents are Mrs.
Jacksonville. tt 1 (Bubba) Hayes, son of Mrs. Janie TTT Guest queens will be crowning. A.C. Stewart of Pineland, Texas and
The wedding'ceremony will take V Hayes 'and the late W.H. Hayes of Call Sandra Green or Dot Brown for They are: Ninette Barnes, Karen Lloyd Sandlin of Porter, Texas. ,,

place Saturday, Oct 29, at 7 p.m. in "1 ;1e Brooker. pick-up or bring rummage sale items, Lynn Brown, Kelly Marie' .Carter' and. paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Community' Baptist Church, The wedding is planned for Satur-i: to next club meeting or to the Catherine Raye Padgett. ; :, Mrs. Donald E.Neel of Starke. Paternal
Keystone Heights. TwylaReldand day,Dec. 10, at 0:30: p.m. at Harmony clubhouse on Oct. 13. .' > : i i great grandparents are Mrs. Orle
The attended Bradford Avery RobertsReidRoberts Freewill Baptist Church In Lake' I <./ i Wiggins of Starke and Mrs. Fred t'
High School and attended Santa Fe Butler with a reception following In Mason of Keystone Heights.
Community College. She is presently to ,Wed the Fellowship Half. ,>": Junior Woman's Club v
All friends and relatives Invitedto Search Is On
are
employed by North Florida Regional .
To M..t Oct.
Hospital Mr. Harris Gainesville.attended November 11 attend. 10'r I ,. For. Contestants, .i "..' .i ,; i, Ray'Gerard Tyson I
Bradford High Linda'C; Boles of Lake Butler and The Junior Woman's Club will hold
School and Is employed by Lawtey, Charles M. Reid of Palatka are proud their October meeting Monday night. The search Is on for Miss Florida Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edward (Maggie ,
Correctional'Institution. U.S. Teen for 1984.Applications Lee) Tyson of Pleasant Grove '
,
to aD1\ounctJUae engagement and approaching Oct. 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the clubhouse. I
marriage of their 600 ". t'Meeting' Hostesses will be Marie Polk, Paula are 'now being ac-. Starke, announce the birth of a son, I ,
cepted from all over the state of Ray Gerard, born Sept. 22. He Joins ,,
daughter, Twyla Jean Reid, to Avery Register and Betty Ann Chapman.
Church: of'God Clarence Roberts, son of MarJorie M. .At. Pine Level,.Church Florida for the annual Miss U.S.Teen four sisters, Cynthia, Rachel, 1 .
:v{
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pageant to be staged at the Holiday Pergina, and Monica. "
Roberts of Lake Butler and the late
To Celebrate C.A. Roberts Approximately 75 pastors, misv BHS Class of 36 Inn In Lakeland February II, 1984. Maternal grandparents are David J "V '
slonaries and full time Christian, Miss Florida A. and Pearlie M. Sanders.
Nat'l 1 Youth Week Twyla Is a 1902 UCHS graduate and U.S. Teen pageant is t
Planning Reunion
workers host of attend-f the official
plus a laymen ., state preliminary to the I
., is a'student at Santa Fe Community ',' '
ed the two-day Tri-State meeting of; Miss U.S. Teen Pageant to be held in .j
The youth department of the Stark< College: which There will be committee'meeting - .... '
the World a Lake' Point -
.Church .. Baptist Fellowship Resort, Alabama. in t
of God will be their Avery II'a tits) UCHS graduate and
honoring for all ,
members and of the
was held at 'Pine Level Baptisti guests August, 1984. There is no swimsuit or 1
youth Sunday,Oct 9,fn recognition of is currently self- ployed. Church on Thursday and Friday, BHS class of 1934 to plan a reunion on talent requirement. All Judging is on Did You Know..........,
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is for Friday .
National Youth Emphasis. ,. ,The wedding planned
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theFirSEChristian Sept. 22: and 23. Wednesday,. 12,6 p.m.Western the basis of poise, personality, com-
Breakfast will be serVed -the Nov., n .at 0:30: .m. In '
I to p theThUl'llday Steer Steak House. Gina Lane was elected by the Air
of the involvement scholastic
Highlight meeting was munity ,
youth 8 a.m.followed with the mor Church of Lake Butler... service Dr.' ;1 achievement and Force ROTC detachment at Angelo
night featuring ,
even-
appearance
nlng service:Sunday school,morning: A reception vwlll follow the Bob of competition. State University, San Angelo, Texas,
Gray, pastor Trinity Baptist ing
and services be in the fellowship hall of the, "', .".," gown
evening worship will ceremony as their nominee for Homecoinliig:
Church,Jacksonville:as speaker. Dr.:, Age requirement U 13-19 of
years
conducted by the youth of the church..\ church. : : E.R. Bowers of Branford was honored Rusty McClonoghonCelebrates age. Candidates must be residents of Queen. Gina is a 2nd LT.'and servesas
Highlighting the day will be a No invitations are being sent. All in this service for his of I. .' : the state of Florida or attending a Flight Commander' In the J
many years
'special choir and friends and relatives of the couple are AFROTC Detachment.She is
;youth singing concluded service as pastor and preacher of public or private school the state. a Juniorat
with guest'' speaker ;Revs; invited, to attend. the Gospel. He was presented with a'-' Fifth Birthday The 1984 winner will be awarded a Angelo State and' a 1962 graduate. of J
,Richard Martin of South Carolina '' Bradford High.
and check. host of
plaque a Approximately' prizes including an expense-
'speaking.on"the theme"Any Moment 600 persons attended this service. Rusty McClenaghan of Mr.and paid trip to the National Pageant, col- .,

Now". Did You';Know........... An "old-fashioned",theme was carried Mrs. David McClenaghan, celebrated or portrait jewelry, a cash award, STARKE ''
The youth department extends' out" throughout the. two days.. his fifth birthday and other gifts including crown, ban-
warm hand of welcome to the youth of. Mr. and Mrs., JJ>. Odom have "Dinner"* was served on tables party given by'his aunt,'Mrs Earl ner; and trophy. CHURCH OF GOD "'

:the community to come observe this returned bfter,_,a 10-Jay trip where decorated with oldfashioned'gingham Muse at her home on Center Street. Miss Florida U.S. Teen will compete '422 H. St Clair 964-5445
,special with them.Bureau. they attended the UF/MSU game plaid tablecloths centered Approximately 10 of Rusty's friends at the National pageant for Walter F. Monte, Pastor
UF/LSU game and sight seeing along with old-fashtoned kerosene lamps. and family members enjoyed the occasion -. prizes and scholarships worth over I We Invite you to worship with ,i\.
us.
the Mississippi River. The fellowship hall was decorated' with him, including his mater-. $100 000. All girls Interested must ap- ........
II-.rr
'Fd ( throughout with. antiques. ',"*" nal grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy ply to: Ron Simmons, 1016 Woodland Sunday. SchMlM .,..., ._...... .1. ,
,( Sets Mrs. ,.L.H. 'GlblonJ.nt'; 'theweekenuwlU..Mr. i n Harper and his paternal grandmother Village,' Birmingham, Ala. 35210. ; M 'f
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and Gerry I ,-, IfMlnl.tea r Mrs. ??. ,. 11m
'Helen
McClenaghan. 879-2935. "
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'83 DinnerY7rEtRdtl7Rh4hnboftfflih Telephone 6 pm., (205) E.... .... ._. .
?Meeting, Gibson at Merritt IslandA ,', f ,s. -\ .SenIce ... .,..
d 1 t,,,,,, ;:,'1- ;-' '," t; ';", l .:Mwrdsy'!' iota.. ..... ., 1: 0... 4.
: ; w., j j 1 :a ,1ec. Dtd:Yea KnO-.tN'AIIt UI1UIl rio: ';d) tznbi._ r.t! ?; 1D _, _
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mftte u1t ;6tIIIIiit1 e Bmrf.u U
'whl.dt' M.ettnlf'Oct.' .b1'h Qxfm w,"t6;u +tar? ., jo .rr g r X 4nno. u"{' 7. ,1 l' ,
4BrUdWlpdCountlt. i Farm Bureau U ,ue.. : I'rl 01 ; ,'!9fr iov 111111TfWlIW/ teal 1 Mrw/ .Earl B. '.ft.b....SWWnher : ..p..lli'.l"It. .........."" .J ((
Vet 8 (. Saturday)at6:30 p.m.at the The Bradford ( Ounty',Ministerial- niece, Mrs. Edwin Carter of Church
'National Guard Armory on Edwards. Ray Cooper Is visiting Mr.1 and Mrs. Alliance will be meeting Thursday. .,. Tallahassee, Lakeland FrIday and Kingsley Lake Baptist
,Road, In Starke. Harold Branham' in Chipley.. this' .,Oct. 13, at 12 noon. ')-i I s and visited her sisterr and
Farm Bureau members 'will reelect week, : ?". This is the first meeting since the husband Mr. and Mrs.'Geormltage Ar-" I
a new"board of directors for 'til beginning of the school year. It Is avery i 'and nephew and wife,Mr;and. "Where everybody Is somebody and'Jesus Christ Is Lord"Sunday
'1983-84 and partake of a fried chicken Ml fad Stump Mrs. W.H.: important meeting as details for Mrs. George Trask. '
dinner. Concluding the meal will be: Thomson'and Mrs.:John Griffin of the community Thanksgiving evening Services: !

desserts prepared. by. the Farm. Starke and Mrs. Mamie Douglas of service will be discussed and other RUST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I 10:00 am. Sunday School d } "
Lake Butler were in Palm Beach over .
Bureau ladies. ,concerns of interest to our churches.The 11:00 am Morning Worship
'" !"Farm 'Bureau Is a great family the weekend. meeting Is a bag lumch with Hwy It W. Weldon 984-6971 6:30 Church: Training
pm.
Organization," says President James beverages being provided. The Pastor George Watson and / .
Gaakins."We look forward to this an- meeting will be at the Parish. Hall St. The Congregation Invites You to 7:30 pm Evening Worship
' ;"nuat meeting to give our membership Seven members of the Methodist Marks Episcopal Church. I Come and. Worship. With Us Wednesday ,

'an opportunity for fellowship and to Women's Sunday schoool class had a For further, information, contact SwMhvSekMl ?. ".... r10MtamlMWinNs 7:30: .pm"Mid-Week. Prayer Service -
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'ask questions they might pav. Inter birthday luncheon for Lucy Whiteon Warren Langer, First United .. ..'.-r.'.. ... ..Cl1AMEvwifdtelfc
:jnlnd,1'' '. Tuesday, Sept.' 27,' at Cedar Key. Methodist Church, or Father Lee, St., .. .......;>.1.' : '. ..U..TPM. Douglas. Pastor Located SRI 6 I
Greg
J ,":. .. Restaurant. In. Gainesville. "' Marks Episcopal t l urch. Officers for WNwadarWereay"" '. rt.......7.30PM:
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this year are Rev. Warren Langer, .,
'-, 'r<; Mrs.Frances Hamilton of Jacksonville -. president (First United Methodist -- ""'- __ ::" -- 0-'
was weekend guest of Mrs.JewelRoberts. Church). and Father Flnlay -;- .
bid ?
YouMr. >> Know......,.;.' -
: .r' secretary/treasurer (St. Edwards:
Catholic Church).
Andrews return- 'Lt:CoL Roger Smith of Punta GOT-
and Mrs. Guy .
ed Tuesday'of'last week 'after two. da guest was of last Mr.Wednesday and:Mra.and Thursday I)Id You.Kn<}w.j..MMr. '. ". l ,,
months at Banner Elk:, N.C.
Brown, and Mrs.Pat Welch and family i

.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Bennett' Sr.' were in Madison over, the weekend. ,. .
? Mr.:and.Mrs.. C.Q Cooper and Mr: tailing Mr,and Mrs. Lewis Welch. .",,". No(" 0
hi ..
Ira Moore -I: _
visited Mr, and Mrs: and Mrs. J.T.Lawson spent Mondayto I I'!' '' j' .,. (.,0<<'1/" (f. i:
and \ "
I Live Oak last Friday Saturday Wednesday of last week attendin '.. -

and the senior conclave at Blue Spring. ,"
Mrs. H.M.Richarde of Starke ". '
Marianna the
Assembly In )
Island ; ) .
;" Mrs. Paul Shupe of. Merritt visited ? .
Mr.and tin.Harold Branhan; '
1./1) returned last Thursday after six days'visit ;
J with Mrs. W.B. SeweU at Little In ChlpBey: on Wednesday"night;; Mrs
and Mrs.\ l>T. Moths in'DeFuniak SprIngs
''ii, Switzerland, N.C. They were accom- Gardens '
Thursday Callaway
on
,;; panierf by Mrs.and Robert tJoldwire McCor-:wbo" and the Little White; House Warm .
Mrs.
visited Mr; Springs, Ga. and Carter Plantation In
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N.C.
wick tn HendersonvUle, ; Plains/ Ga. on Friday:and visited -

S I Interested traveling to'London .Rev, and Mrs. Bill.punagin.l In. Tiftod, S'
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and Paris next summer? If so,make Ga.! on Saturday. '' ., .

plans to attend a meeting at Bradford U
COi.L .
High School Thursday.Oct:6.at 7:30' r
p.m. In room UOff. For Information ''WI ." ,. ,.
Wanda WW092.; > .. .1. b.-r\-o. .
call Smiths .
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m Mr. and Mrs.Charles. McOuaig of ..Ghostly.Greeetlngs. ;;fHotrt Bowen ((1)*Tommy Harrow(r), z .'I :,1.'" ,"1 ,I., ", IIfI I I" IJ,' / aoNnP"'

Waycross spent Sunday"with"her' < '. "";\\1' ,
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mother. Mrs.Mack WlUlanuv!; "', .1 Introducing ': < 10
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Mrs. L.T Young and Mrs.':.D.WI t' TOMMY MUfiRQW .. '
president and .Jil"It tnvice-> #Haunt aornebody'srnaIIbc .
WhiffeD '
,. president of the Sta* ''Woman'. :&,with A spooky, Now employee wltrj Bowen's : The '

Club.'aIMs'Mrs.I1Hia J. Byrd attended .Haftnark card) Choose. Pest .Control. Ser'vlce.'Robert' ,.' \" .

the fall board convention fcfthe: FFWC 'boetwtches: agbitral, Bowen;, owner ,of .Bowen't "

'1'at Fort of last Lauderdale WeekI'Mr ., Saturday. '. to Tuesday -: spooks. 'and morelHALLMARK Pest'Control- ,. wonls, oil his1customers ,; Community State Bonk i

''' I, 'to' know'' that h.11 ,

"J'.\ rle"J'Wl' aJrd spent -''rho 1 porsonally" (rained ,Tommy for, : ')'1' 'i .. "
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r. with Mr,and Mrs Jimmy ? : :\ '\ k
\ termite and house, "
> '-" general :
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Jacksonville. CLOSED
\ in WILL Bin .
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X 'hold spraying. Robert ,has' ": ,
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: and Mrs; 1J K."CarIIsIe have found jomrrfy'to-! .a very,: ..
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where
r ,i' attended:alter a ribs 1141q'W/MSU/WP awl' ,1 ,nonpstr, .: !i,:'"and"; .hard! workings ":'. ., ,' ,.:

&itur-j, I" .. .. LUMBUS' DAY '
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: tht former shOWn Row'ofStark. "' "
:They : a aX.
Barry .in wereS.b1..A.J .ft ..>and; the/ have two t : ; .i'

.laame: and lng atong theymy.. ..!,. '..'i t : d'I.Aroanod'dauahler! r'/ t you're,Shanda' ,and .,. Monday' October 10, 1983 :
having -;
Md'ea8Ibi.: probferW1 /!, ;
Weill end : i '
;Redlraves, Edna visited Mt; and JiOJ;U. ,,' ',. I' V iihrH. pests just ',,give; Open: for. Regular Banking, HoUrs) Saturday October 8

I M'Hutto and famtly'InJackeen.orIi -" '. o all \RobeVf: l Undd George or Toms 1983Community

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by Larry Oglesby Coach Sexton. from highlighting any. players., on*the
"We are continuing to work on the offer.30. .
Telegraph Sport Editor basics. We have been playing decent On the front line-will be seniors,

'I 'I .Going into the first game of the yearwith defense, but we have been-giving up Pheaon Prince, Tim' Strong Kelly
4 I most of the players off the In. big plays,:" commented Sexton Kyzer and juniors Brian Hoey.! Jay
jured list, Bradford grldder will be Hartley' and Scott Klnlaw. All are
looking for their'first 'win 'In' St. .'. sizable; quick blockers according- to
Augustine this Friday night Oct.7,ina the BUS scouting report. ,
battle of losers. : On defense McGraw pointed out
BITS will travel to St. Augustine to 'Game Facts', : four players that have turning in good
I ; take on a battered Class 3A Yellow Game1 Sltei' St. High performances: Charley Mangus, at
r t Jacket team. In 'last week's game School. Augustine linebacker, D. W1IIlama'and Brian
against 2nd ranked Robert E. Lee \ Hoey In the defensive backfield,and
Team RecordssBradford 0-3 St. '
3 High School, the Yellow Jackets tooka Augustine 1-3.. < ;'. Eric Terry as defensive end. ; *
9k .i 4 I beating. Ten players did not dress "These are the backbone to
Last MeetlngBHS: won 17-7. (BHS
out for practice Tuesday; according Homecoming), our defense,'*commented McGraw.On .
to head SA Coach Wendel McGraw. the defensive line for /'St.
"The game with Lee hurt a Jot of Series HistoryPlayed off and on Augustine will be Erich Terry,'Vernon -'
since
BHS-13
1929. wins SA-9
our people," commented McGraw. two ties. wins. Goodge, Prince,and Gene Partin.
"We are badly beat up' of. offense, Linebackers ''wilt b. Willie'
especially.." McFayden and Charles Mangus.Both
a The Tornadoes are now 03. The have good size and plenty of speed. ,
: 4 4y Jackets hold 1-3 record.SA according to the report. '
4 r utVI and BHS is a traditional and one A Look at 8t. Augustine... Defensive backs Taregon Delgadoand

0'' ,t : r. of the biggest football rivalries in the Injuries have fonfri the Jackets to Brian Hoey do not have much:
area. In the last 15 years there has not third string quarterback size, but make up for It in speed.'
i ( ft I been over one touchdown difference Charlie Roberson to replace Pat Last week the Jackets ran a ..-..3
x s l.'s pi with the exception of 1979 when the Stevens. defense' in the first half then converted -

,1 r .. .... Jackets. beat the Tornadoes. by twoTD's. Having to substitute throughout the to a 4-5-2 in the second. half
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offense, SA Coach McGraw refrained against Lee.
"1 don't expect It to be any different
Some Kind of Cheerleaders.... this \
year, says McGraw. I'm surprised .. -
I Freshmen buys do there best as cheerleaders duringthe When the varsity had a Friday night off the girls filledIn that Starke is 0-3.'They have I".T". ";
Powder Puff game last Friday night at Bradford with the game. Above Is an example of the reverse had a week off to prepare for us and it
Mudiuni. roles during the game. would." not'surprise me U they. beatus. Captain D's.


David Head Hurse Bradford Is expecting Tornado SA to be Coach one '4 Can Eat For $6.rJAlllrs

I ,of BHS the will toughest face this defensive season.teams that: .

"They are the quickest defense that

BHS Cross Country Girls Take Third ., we will play.'I thought they did a good _-----. ___________'
job' against' Robert E. Lea." ,says I FISH AMp FRIES '
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Bradford High's girls cross country west Florida Junior College campusIn 12:37: 4,Chri: Harrell 13:24, SRobin "St. Augustine Is one of the biggest | V Murtwm .lyl.. fcushpupptoi and natural cut Ifnnch ,
team took third place of seven teams Jacksonville beginning at 8:30: Manning 13:26: Chris) Anders 14:00, rivals that we have. It is always a I e V MM. .

and the junior varsity girls placed a.m.. 14)Romona) Tennant 14:38; 22)Ronda) knock down; drag 'out," commented. L---------a air as.tw___________'I!
first at the Sandlewood Invitational in Next Tuesday Bradford will host Bryan 15:44.: Hurse. r------ 'trtl"M"----------. .
Jacksonville! last Saturday. Macclenny beginning at 4 p.m.! The In 1982 the Tornadoes beat a young I fISH AND fRW" 50.I I
Cheryl Boggle was the first varsity meet will be held behind the Bradford. Boys Junior Varsity:29)Chad Ten- Jacket eleven 17-7 In a homecoming I "Jlfi This AflihandfnnconM4nt2bonilMtriirillll coupon good far I IIIh and. fr"'SI. I!
Middle School. nant 24:35: 35)John Strickland 28:57: delight. In 1981 the Jackets won 184. 71 .
girl across the finish line taking I ,e ? V MuMwrn tyto huitipupDiM and natural
eighth place overall in 13:IS minutes. 32)Tommy Pomerleau '25:14: Bradford will be going 'Into the I ff.f,< ".: wt'IL |
Lori Sapp was the leader for the Sandlewood Results 38)Stacy) Hlgginbothom 27:07: I game with everybody healthy enough __________ a.maroa.-_________Jr
junior varsity coming in first place Glrl*:BCheryl Boggle 13:15: 39)Alvin) Jenkins -27:08: 41)Claude if not 100 percent, barring any *------URIC""-"cmi"ri"---""------! '
overall in 12:37: minutes. 10)Linda Dewitt 13:30: 13)Carol Kingsley. r v'. injuries during practice. I fISH. AND TN.good far flit and";".. far.f 1.! l I Ijoulh :
Sapp has led the junior varsity girls Fussell 13:40: Michelle) Klmutis Oliver Tyson and tailback I 50 _....._ ............ '-". .
by taking first place in the first three 13:48,16)Tammy: Mann 13:55.: 17)Kim) "The girls varsity team. >did a Tony Hill are bade on the practice T I .0, ffiwuh n. ttyto. huthpuppm and nohral cut '
meets. Boggle has been the leader for Kimutis.lsoyiSEddIt. tremendous job last Saturday.as, well ,I, field. I' frlM.Si ,
the varsity girls.JThe as ..the Junior-,varsity,, glrU\ .:j,crn- .1mented M n'T) tMingback. Tornadoes, L---...--* MtM.,4M.*-/f a. ,------..,_-- "
*' varsity boys 'did not have ) Tennant 19iB?,,' ..crOllll.;COUnIfl, ,9v: pck \ rApe this seasott r-*FiM ANirmis-- "" "W-T---------..,
enough runners on the team to score, 12)Tommy Moon S1M. "jJjHenry: Coach' George'-Loper. "'1'i hA'c e I but 'knee urytsa"llmlted. Ma plaW"jTHe I .' "ti
but Eddie Tennant placed fifth Cooper 21:57 18)Calvln Thomas was real wet and muddy buUhe girls I'*. Wg'fallback 1s"still not at full I >-1* "ill* A-n.1.goodlatlfllhandfr.SI.50-Hh and its contain.1 Jbonrt-utltr.>. NIM.,1!! : 1 '
overall/ 19-00 minutes. 24:45. ran a good race anyway." speed, but will be able to play. ::0.- TV, I""*"? "V* ----.CU'I\+ 'y
This Saturday! the squads will run at "Eddie's finishing fifth in the boys glitucueldoctrhoght staff I hl.
the Robert E. Lee Invitational at the Girls Junior VarsitylLori Sappda race 's real good' said Loper. was L_ _, ._________...1
the problem with Tyson's knee. Now HCtVTHIS COUMN..........
doctors have changed treatments this "
knee to accomodate. a dislocated. $2.00 OFF VALUE S i
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M Girls Volleyball Team Wins Two Matches With Tyson'In-and-out, Bradford '-'uOM<42fnhflll'...i nohKoleutkwicfn.. ) .& S i t' r
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r. has started a different .fullback for 4o>iiion.
,i each MlinMCHInoluaMtMMlmiialuialcullhKtenHM, r
game. anamyeotoua ana nuinpvippi t.v.s>4. | '
Two wins last week put the Brad- Kay Hall-1. Long and Hall each ad- Valerie McCloud-2 and Cindy ; v' "St. Augustine the kind of team r .;. r-.
ford High girl's volleyball team at an ded one ace serve during the match. Strickland with one. Hall added one ;,I;,that likes to take the ball and try to -I 'Ssm: : --.-. SsRSSSLS; i ..
'impressive 6-1 record so far this Hall also had two spikes. spike and one ace serve' and'Strlckland ;stick it down your throat," COmmented Nli ....---......_.... "
seaaon. Scorers in the second match were had one ace serve. i* BHS defensive.coordinator
The two wins were over Macclenny Slogan-8, Long-2 Sharon Manning-3, Mike Sexton. d
Monday night at BitS and Hawthorne and Cindy Strickland-2. Stricklandhad BUS scorers In the second match ",;,, Biggest problem lacing the BHS ; ?
Tuesday night in Hawthorne.Pat two ace serves.It were Slogan-3, Long-8 ..Latasha defense is the defensive tackles and. Captain D's.
Slogan and Wendy McDougal went down to the final game'' Lindsey-2 and Strickland-1. ,' Inside linebacker positions.
have been leading the' Lady. Tornadoes against Hawthorne for BHS to take in the third match BHS'scorers '', "We have got to have a better effort '_,a Ciyit Uttle seafood place
)in scoring. were Slogan-9, Long-4, McDougal-2. ,, at those to ,positions to win," notes
Monday night the girls one in two the win. BHS won the first one 15-T Hall auued six spikes for defense bt <
games of the 2-of-3 series. They won and lost the second 1614. BHS won the BHS. I '.. _
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final match 15-6. Tonight the girls travel to Mid-(
159.Scorers Scorers In that game were Slogan-4 dleburg to play at 4 p.m., then they I '
Alicia Long-2 in that, McDougal-8 game were and Slogan-4 Von- McDougal-5, .Vonda Kay Hall-3,. will be idle until Oct. 17. [: -.:...;" .,;,'.;t\' ,' .".'

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Wattarsbn, 15.son of,Mr'and ALLISONREED
Mn.Freddie Wattorson ol.Daylees.
Highway,recently represented Bradford -
Count Farm Bureau at Florida
I Farm Bureau' a
(FFB+ ) 13th Annual ; JEWELRYCOLLECTION. 4 f

I Safety.
I Seminar.
I The week-long ...
I seminar was held
I at Camp Kulaqua.
I In High Springs. ARE THEY
I The 100 high
I school student
t from around the
etate' 8rtieipated
''in activities in DIAMONDS
four major area
e -basic water safety and rescue,farm
k machinery and equipment, basic
horsemanship and riding and hunter
and firearm safety education.accor WITH SPARKLE, CLARITY, AND CUT OF
f ding to Mike Wagner, Youth Safety
Seminar director: DIAMONDS, ONLY YOU WILL KNOW FOR SURE!
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"This is the best way we know of to-
stimulate interest among high schoolstudents DIAMOND CUTCUBIC -
in safety as a vital part of
our everyday Mvessays James f
Gasklns, president of the Bradford $99 TO: .ee WITH
'. County Farm Bureau. "This highly 81OO PANTRY PRIDE

f... ." .. .. .. Important opportunity'is open to nigh REGISTER TAPES
*:""' ecboolatudentl who are members of a ZIRCONIA .
: Visitor,.... Farm Bureau Family" FROM" ,:
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"i.ThJI", of; Starke the holdl time or the year when snakes are crawling 1.;Hen Linda GOrman t CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT CUBIC ZDRCONIA- I ,

her daughter TUlaay a snake: killed two weeks. ao, 'y'."her, hUll >nd-" Beside' 'her Ie.. 14 CARAT GOlD FILLED POST YELLOW I I. ,''
OR WHITE GOlD FINISH
.: a'Tlle snake wa.found Just outllde of the G8I1'yard of Eat BR-U.: not YELLOW OOUJ FISHED $999 ,

len''far. ,from. where TIIf.ay was playing. at the time. l. r 1 V Carat Pendant $499 ,EarringSIIPFAf1Y' am*) i I :

', WITH 16 INCH GOLD FILLED CHAIN
+ CLASSIC GOlD TONE 112 Carat Pendant $999 i\
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t JBa Money Clip .' $499 F:
tldish '
I imeLd"Sij CC'' Histe 1.5 CARAT CUBIC ZIRCONIA WHITE t!.
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I; 'tprew Rechflsh...a'resident'of Star e'" ; 'Appotfttert Wllhkeddleh. 53, were Split Key''Ring $499 PearShapedRIDgS1999 "

'aiwt supervisor for the DuPont mining ,It. Clarence T. Ay ere,71;of Gainesville, : .. :
pliant in Bradford'.County-:has been;:f senior vice-president at Firtt Florida 1 CARAT CUBIC ZRCONIA ROUND WITH 18 INCH GOLD RUED CHAIN
appoint**Ifclhaboard of trustees! of ,* Savings and Loan Association: the Solitaire Ring $1999 1 C Pendant .'$19 99
Santa Fe Community College by Gov. other charter member of the board,
Bob Graham. and Marvin' Gresham 54,;of ,r 2 CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT BRIWANT ROUND CUT
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MONTANA ra-ctTONE
vReddlsh's term'expires In 1987. Here Gainesville,.owner of six drug stores.. .i' GOLD FILLED POST WHITE OR GOLD FINISH. BY DELICATE STONES I :
laces Guy Andrews of Starke,who Bradford County has three 9"H Cfl99 j "'I
djq l hot wish"to be reappointed, members "n -the 8-member .SFCC Mr.,&'Mrs. David Hodges EaTYIngS(TIFFANY STYLE) $1999 CocktaDCLUSTERRJnG) JL 3' "
j'" board of trustees-Reddish,Mrs Donna -
.abdrew.1s a charter member of the Gruen, educator and REAL CULTURED PEARLS''
Alachua.-Bradford board which began businesswoman .
and Pat Farasworth QUESTION: J
panning SFCC in 1965.He was one oftwo1) ,Stake CPA. .. : CULTURED PEARL SOLITAIRE RING. J
trustees remaining from theoriginal The: reptteemeM 'of'Andrews:by .I notica my automobile $
board that was empowered In Reddish ml\lrttaine.tIe existing overall insurance covers bodily/ In'*, 999 CULTURED PEARL FOLDOVER HEART PENDANT. ,+

1969. Andrews ,said be asked Gov. -balance of, the 8-member board Jury liabiii/'y:What Is this? CULTURED PEARL TIFFANY STYLE EARRING. .
Graham not to renew his*appoint 'that represents the Aiachua-Br/dford *
ment.: 'I. .- County .,
community college district '
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<;*feltlt'was time go get off and let Represtupng Aachua.( County are .ANSWER:, -r;. '. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:, '
sonnebodKelse] get on."Andrews said five trustee! :Ayers Gresham,MaMl It Is a coverage you need I
"wouldn't take anything-for the experience Dorsey,a economist;; Uz Jones, ;If,' 'are Involved In''. 'O') STARTING WED., OCT. 5th EACH TIME YOU SHOP AT PANTRY PRIDE COLLECT t I
but there comes a time when J director of'Alaehua County' Crisis! ., jyou : : :YOUR REGISTER TAPES IN A TAPE SAVER ENVELOPE. WHEN YOU HAVE Ac-
'yei have to change,' Center, and Bob auto accident resulting ilp.| ,
droommeethla Rowe, a_Gainesville \ CUMULATED S1OO WORTH, JUST TURN THEM INTO THE COURTESY
J ')plCk'o j eTtAinge._:.:,:,_ :" ItJ.2r---=--.: :. _-:: tA )fnfjrlftlll'$' ', <.deaths W naHI4.1i.1. 0r1: :AND PICK'UP'THE FINE JEWELRY OF CHOICE. COUNTER
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; :',SupQor'tt'oa tAOaMt erican, ancer Memorlaui'tfexioiwted to the Brad will pay Ihe policy limit fordamoges .ti,
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tinues to grow. said uhlan-.Stumpy '.Caocpetybotit: .,,.in memory of you are' I
President of'tee society's Bradford'i i those who. have died;and as a tributeto legally obligated to pay.

County Unit today.( "Memorial gifts to tile living on important occasions W,want>.qnswer.all your '
the unit totalled such as birthdays-and anniversaries' .;.-"" :
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Stump, "make memorial gifts).,at, by or call us today. Insurance ..' : : :
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1 is,an indication of public Underatan- For more information; contact the '
OSfg that more'resource*'are needed Amerlcart'Can ,'Soctety, care of
in-the crusade to control cancer," Lillian ;Bessent Road,, HODGESInsurance'
aid Miss StarkeJa209jrri
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By Larry Ogles l y Don; Morgan of Keystone II ,!"ghls request for an exemption' might be from shouting across or along roads. In Bradford County last year 1,256 758 management area permits were
EditorA says both of his hunting clubs were coming from the hunters: This year firearms display will be hunting licenses were Issued. 758 of also Issued,last season.,, '
Sports behind the bill. "We legislated for \the Purpose of \the law Is to get hunters totally prohibited on. rijthts-of-ways those were, just hunting license and Sinc June of thw'year there have
new law prohibiting hunting on law for three years." off road right-of-ways and into the on public roads 361 were) combination hunting and been 361 combination license and 145
any public roads, passed by the "Hunting on the road like that givesa woods, where they belong ,Sheriff "If you park on a road, get out and hunting license have' been Issued. So
Florida Legislature will change hun negative Image. Hunters have Reddish told the commissioners walt: walk in I tho. woods, that is not against fishing license These figures are far 383 management area permits
.. ting tactics used in the Bradford enough problems to start with," comments ing they may receive requests for exceptions too low," iy: Weaver! from June IUB2 to June 1983. have been issued. i *t
County area. Morgan. to the law. r. .',
The law prohibits any hunting on The law was Initiated because of Key word In the new law-\isi'hunn'
federal, state or county roads and will complaints from citizens and tourists Ling/ nays Sheriff Reddish.Last year. '
be enforced by the Florida Game and about the lining up of trucks on main the key word was "shooting.'4:,Last ", : ,.:IOn i-j; ;;: g
Fresh Water Fish Commission, along highways and the/ negative image of year hunters could lawfully, park on Laws Concerning Hunting ,
with all other law enforcement agen hunters that it produced. road rights-of-way as long a. they .
cies. "1 don't think it's too good of an didn't shoot. The new law prohibits ,'" ,: ';
.. idea. It's going to hurt a lot of hunting on road rights-of-way. It prohibits '
Effective since July 1, the law has hunters," comments Starling. He a hunter from sitting on his i -, :
displeased a large number of Brad commented that members of his hun truck and shooting. It puts hunting Private Land Explained -
ford County hunters including ting club used county roads to get back in the woods where it belongs,
members of hunting clubs in the area. from area of their club to another and the sheriff told county commis
Regular hunting season will begin that the law will create a lot of pro- sioners. "
: November 13. ,blems to the hunters.
w "It concerns every hunter. It Is Only out for the hunters will be If "I do not think it's going to hurt \the,
something that we really don't need the Bradford County Commissionwere hunting. This law has been in effect in Enclosed, some of the current laws that relatetoj
because it is not abused that much" to vote for an exception for certain Georgia and, Alabama for412'to'13years
says Buddy Starling president of the Bradford roads, or possibly certain ," comments Lt Dewey Weaverof Firearms ,
the crimes of Use of
Cypress Run Hunting Club formerly areas. Sheriff Dolph Reddish Informed the Game and FreshWater Fish" Trespass Illegal
named the Sampson City Hunting \the commission of the. law Commission. "It will be enforced. -
Club. Tuesday and said that opposition Last year hunters were prohibited! E"

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_ Bill Adams is Active as ,Local Golt'Fi-o'f : ,.\ I Statutes and govern themselves accordingly. You,

.. Local golf pro Bill Adams is staying busy," says Adams. play well, but t give Up distance. to a are' reminded that violation 'of either of thesestatutes
between giving lessons and Adams says \that he plays best on lot of players. For me to play well on a ,
busy '
around the the tighter courses. "I don't hit the long course, | have to really work at '
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eastern entering half of the country ball one, but I hit it straight. The Had- It." ', plus others, can result: your : Ifs
IE disburg course was 6,900 ;yard long, Playing a controlled type. '
the PGA tournament at game
Adams won .
j\xt;: Oak Bridge in Jacksonville last which Is suited for me." Adams said that golf is very much a you do not own, the land or have permission"fronT;,
month and also won the the pro-am Adams says that when the course mental game. "If you have something .
= tournament at West End Golf Course are 7,000-7,200 yard long, thats when negative on your mind you will start. the owner/person i in charge of private property. to
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I' two. local matches that he has playedIn. ,'''', hunt or trespass on same, you should stay off. ; '

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Hunt Valley' Classic in Baltimore 'if::' ,
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Open and had some bad cuts, but still .,,;.. t :

llr fared He also well at leads the match.pro-am teams that "' matiori 'for future referral }11 violations- should1, $, ,


; have naments played like 'in Willow some Lakes local Ravine tour- Fish ScHMSwidi Lovers... reported to the Bradford County+ ,:Sheriffs Officey

Gardens in Palatka, and at the Naval .
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S and Country Club Adams gives golf ,DOLPHE. REDDISH SHERIFFBRADFORD .. .. ., "\ -; ,'1'r', I., ",'"
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(1) Land shall be legally\ ''road highway, 'or street or :'' *<. 'B.:aking. 'Ix'' a -l
'enclosed land or posted land whosoever knowingly dischargesany 810.11: or injuringfences.
t, FOR Seafood when enclosed by a legal fence firearm over the rightofwayof .- Whoever willfully and
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Sandwich .
Club the boundary of said land in highway or street, or over any injures, or cuts any fence,.or any
r W O ENa Platter $1.99 the manner herein provided occupied premises is, shall be part thereof, belonging to-' or
posted notices to the public, provided guilty of a misdemenor of \the enclosing land not his ownn4
We tyke our deft'kn+mist': that it shall not be first degree, punishable as provided whoever causes to be broken
fii.li filM and give you .b :..:tp \, "necessary -to erect any fence I in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083. \ down'', 1 marred,'injured;'nr.Cut
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mapv" /1."I''lk'W "II'n.ii* ,friaries: of the land formed by any j, rson .......lIItyilld' l't'ildltllil eauIitygtknd' not WWL shall be etnl-
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r ;t'hope' ,+i'dlrll/Im'nnduurolnxla. .Nhl 1 "-* ". #*, < |' + 1 Weahfgulfi'bayi! :; II river, creek,or life or property or performing official :legree.misdemWnittJbf Ella .st
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: MI+I"'. All iwuily tin kdl IM'tw' 'ii Mir'now /n-;Imittiil b ,lake. requiring
.J Nt-rvwl with niiuinil cut, fluvurfiil\ ''''heh friiw mill.rn-ainv. ,..1 k' slaw.FishSondwicli' ((2)The fences enclosures and discharge of a firearm or to a person g,775,082, ,775,083or So 775084.
I"fr the posted notices, when erected \ discharging firearm on ...
NthNUM.e.tty..awN placed, and maintained as herein public roads or properties ex- 810.12 Unauthorized entry on
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;M". / public that the land enclosed the Game and Fresh Water Fish trespass.
A V+ew From Coimo J.-, .., thereby Is private property upon Commission or Division of ((1) The unauthorized entry by
,..r _:or. .- .4 7or' \ 1 Platter ,$1.69 which unauthorized person to remain Forestry firearms. any person into or upon any
; ,. ,_y .,,"v { ::r.-! \ Even an iihl' fuvnrile can be ,, off of or to depart. from said Section\ enclosed and posted land shall! be
evidence of the intention
isi "= """' ; :i':' .om"lhmllnewl'Ihkuu.elx..tflllh' land. 2.This act shall take effect prima facie
.. c '.". '* G "u"twIt'IU'IU've rv.............d and 4 I October J 1978J, : '; of such person to commit an
', \p._ __ y.-' maNe It avail IIlttter with fnwtily >Ii 588.10 Posted notices'; require- '" ,\ '. ; v. ,' 1 actoftrespaS8.'i';"-',\. &:<{/
'- ;" .r eh""I"'II..tt'UrIjI"M.Y taruuiwutc' oil .. ment Posted notices to the .: Approved by. the Governor May, ,(2> The act of entry 'upon
._ :' on (:hut: xpwlal; dWNUHj Min Nntural cut' public,as required by.. 588.09' 3,1978. enclosed and posted land without
-' flavorful french frii*and cole I xWw;toot J ofthe of said
shall be signs upon which there permission owner,
g Sandwich Only 99' shall appear prominently in let Filed in Office Secretary, of land by,any ,workman, servant
.NNNN/N1/1/NNN//N1//1N1N1111/N/1NNN1/NNN/ ters of not less than 2 inches in State.May 3,,1978? employee agent while,actual
DIANA NYADE. BetterSTRJ height,the word"posted" and in 1 ;* v ly engaged in the performance of
'- Cl- : Also, Announcing CUr Even i addition thereto there shall ap- 810.09: Trepasa' on proPertyother his work or his duties incident to

'"' DAYTIME is cable television : BEROTTART pear the name of the owner, ,|I than structure or con such employment 'and while
59 e.1 lessee, or occupant of said land. veyance.- under the supervision pr dire
i exclusively for women }$IV(" I Friah) Strawberries a rlcJflllll2'.e'lld featuring me Said posted notices shall be plac- ,. (1)) Whoever without being tion,or through the procurement
a< From recipes to exercise new p-aham cracker crust ;;;; ed along on. or close within the authorized licensed or invited, 'or any other person acting',as
... to interviews you won't see I L topped off with whipped topping. 2NN : boundaries of any legally enclosed willfully enters upon or remains supervisor.foreman employer,

; anywhere else-it's fast-paced .............................N1NNNCaptain or posted land in a manner and in any', property other, than a or .principal, .or in any other
entertainment Information, in such' position as to be clearly structure or conveyance 'as to capacity,' shall be prima: facie
f and fun. 6' D's ; noticeable,from the outside of the which notice against entering or evidence of the causing, and of
enclosure, and said notice shall remaining is given either by actual -- the procurement,,of such.act by
} HearstABCThe ,a great little seafood place. be placed not further than 500 feet communication to the offender the supervisor, foreman
apart along and at each corner of.\ by posting fencing or employer, principal or other per-
The Shows. of the boundaries of the land, and cultivation as described in s. son. .,
Expenenc'. Monday and Tuesday All Day SpeciaL $3 69 also at each gateway or openingof 810.011, commits the offense of (3) The act committed by any
Two2-Ploce Fish Dinners a the fence enclosing the same. trespass on property other than a' person or persons of taking
Each dinner Includes:two golden bloWn Sin fillets. ,natural out tancn MMb Said notices shall be placed along structure or conveyance. trasnporUng, operating or driving ,
Channel 17 creamy col*slow and a southern styli hush npuppl. M all boundaries formed by the (2)a( ) Except as provided in'\ or the act of permitting' or
waters mentioned herein on treesor this subsection trespass on pro- consenting to the taking .or
'I"'I"e. 1:00 p.m. posts close to the banks of said perty other than a structure or transporting of, any" machine,
964-6308 y;", waters in position so as they may conveyance is a misdemeanor of tool, motor vehicle or draft
J", be noticeable to persons ap- the first degree, punishable as animal llnto or upon any enclosed
;: j. proaching the boundary formed'' provided in s.775.082 or s. 775083.. and posted land without the permission
i I by said waters. (b) If the offender defies 'an of the owner of said land
: order to leave, personally communicated by any person who is not'' the
.39-4." Taking Wildlife on to/him by the owner of owner of such machine tool,
Roads ,and ,RlghU-of-Way Prohibited -, the premises or by an authorized vehicle or animal, but with the
I REViVAL ', ',person. (1) It shall be unlawful take opens any door, fence, or gate or owner of such I machine, tool,
or attempt to take wildlife by the does any act which 'exposes vehicle.Or'animal or of the per-
use of a gun on or upon the right; animals other r-, son.. then having the right to
of-way of any federal state or' to. waste destruction: ; or. <;possession -,,thereof; ,shall;r: be
I Kingsley Lake Baptist Church county-maintained road whether freedom or trespasses on property prima facie evidence of the\ intentof
At -paved or otherwise. other than a structure or con such owner of such machine
((2) The display or use of a gun veyance;be Is guilty of a misde- tool.vehicle, or animal or of the
:,,. "!I ;,, _:'on, or upon the right-of-way o(, meanor of the first degree person then entitled to the posses-
4w any federal state or county- punishable as provided in a-, sion thereof to cause or procurean
I maintained road In a manner 775.083,or 5,775.084. act of trespass '
". .r ;. : 'capable of taking wildlife Is pro-' 17U82j if.,the offender is ''armed (4)) As used herein, the term
,hibited. 'with a firearm or other "owner of said,land" shall In-
: P.e ; ((3) ''Federal, state 'or county- dangerous weapon during the lude' the' beneficial owner,
(!I \\' \" Chinll ;- maintained roads may be 'commission of the 'offense of lessee;occupant, or other person
.. '. specifically exempted by commission trespass on property ether than a having any interest In''said land
'"t .. .' c, i'tt'" ::I \ rule except that no et, structure'or conveyance, he Is' under and by virtue of which that
..,' emption shall apply to roads ad- guilty of'a felony of the third person is entitled to '
J, .. jacent to lands that are posted ,degree, punishable as provided In thereof, and shall also include the

: \ ,',,' ;' ,h against, trespassing or hunting. ,715,082,1.1..775.083,or 775.084, agents authorized' employeesof
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..jII (4) > such owner.
AlifederalilstateorcouQ-o: 810.10 Posted land; 'removing" (5) However, this section shall
I or Type II wildlife management notices unlawful;penalty.! ,'riot'apply to any official or
areas are open tq the taking!; of ((1) It I Is unlawful for any person employee of the state or a county,
wildlife except perimeter roaoV' to> willfully remove, 'destroy,, municipality!' or other govern,!
< Crorafcr.d adjacent to o.r' outside of such mutilate; or commit 'any' 'act mental agency now authorized by
; Terry S management. areas.., Federal designed to remove, mutilate, or law to enter upon lands or to
state or county-maintained roads reduce the; ,ligibillty or effectiveness registered engineer* and

Evangelist ,. ,within management areas may, a'oil /any, posted notice, surveyors authorized u> enter
; < be closed to taking wildlife by use lessee by the ,owner 'tenant,' ;lands MJI'IJual'lt to s. 472.14,Theprovisions
;!of a gun by specific management i.or occupant of legally' of this section shall
If_ 7:30- 'area: regu atton. enclosed''or legally posted land apply trimming or cutting i
October 10-16 at : ,
fi,; -; pro pursuant to any law of this state or timber by municipal or ,
f'.t'J' :'V90.15. Discharging firearm, for the purpose of legally. enclo- > private public utilities or their I
16 In' public r Any person who ing the '"; ,',"," emptoyeeacontractors, or'subcontractors {,
\ Homecoming October : knowingly discharged a firearm. :', ,' ',' M2)v\ Any person violating' the ,when such trimming !
\ ''. ," proVisions of this section shall be r (to required for the establishment ,
ii i\\ I guilty of a misdemeanor the se* or maintenance>f the
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RULES OF THE GAME 3)win) In the COM lop of prize nw,we will u>. the total points scored In the Bradford High School I The Office Shop
1))Anyone except'TELEGRAPH employees and the'lr' Immediate families ore game each week (except: he Tornadoes open week..)a*a tiebreaker. Pleate fill
welcome to enter, but there It a limit of one entry per person each: week ,In the point you think.will be Scored by the Tornadoes and their' opponent'comblned -
2))The entry mull be on on official blank! from the TELEGRAPH and must b.drop- In the lleb 4aker blank..For Instance If' the score ,In the Tornodoe game 110 W. Call Street Starke
P.d off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each fV.doy afternoon. Fill In all- wot Tornadoes W?Opponents 7, Ihe norrect score Woe 26 points.. .' .
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me blanks with either th. name of the fear you think wilt',win or "'Ie" If you 4))All decisions ef(the|judge: ,are flno j A second Hejbreoker will be used. If \ .964-576.4,
think the game will end In 0I.' .. The person who picks the'most games_ right will' necessary.I., ,<" "' RII"t"h..tRand.lwood\ .

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Hampton._Hilites "' '"- ",, I I......--". - ",.. .... -.A. .... ....... ".... "'- '- -". ....,

',- Birthday Celebration' < Hospital In Gainesville weighing 7 The Hampton Elementary PTA will Adult raffle consists Of a$100 shoM I
...>r Dolores Meng All the children of Mr.'a. IbI!...1<1 m. and measuring Inches. hold, en important meeting at the Ing spree prize at Wino Dixie.Ticketare
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p" phone 4681911Club Mr* Paternal grandparents<< are Mr. and school each and will be available
Gerald Adkins were home Thurasay.Oct.$ 6, at 7:30: p.m $1 tw
'pman's Dinner, celebrate1' their mother's ,t Sept buthdayt 29\ to, Mrs.(Guy Starting Brooker. Carnival; plans will be discussed. weeks before the carnival and anti
Maternal
grandmother to Susie LoU '
"I If Flea Market Oct. 8 and Halloween Carnival b the raffia Saturday .
SherrrPrevatt Emory; Hi. also Hampton. Maternal! great 'grandmother )Oct,

'. The Hampton Woman"';Clus: Is Visiting Mr. and' Mr *<-m U LUIty+1 Chewwr. of, High.Spr, The. annual Halloween carnival will Concession items will be' hamburgers
sponsoring a chicken with rice dinner were iAdkInskon'Sunday ings. | ." be held at the school on Oct. 29. hot dogs, sausage dogs pof

including beverage at'a price of$2 on Richard of Ocala Helennet'and ;'Calvin October Birthdays Student raffle runs from Oct. 3 until corn, sno-cones and drinks;
Saturday, Oct. 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 Don Bush of Starke. Mr.'and' Mr,$. Oct.28.Prices are:'Ist-Atartwlth Pac Several new games, including
to the Hall. Oct 1-Polly Woods 13 Man; aid-Digital watch; Srd-Digttal .
p.mi City Take-out orders. Gerald was : Oct. Bingo will be featured.
will be available. Adfclns returneittotrie. .a.I;>l.aaa Cardh'q' a.:: 13, CliffordPrevail watch. Tickets are 25 centsand. for .
y A '!mini flea market will be conducted Thursday following two days treafr and' Viola' Lefebvre; Oct. students only. Donations for the 'country store
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...- ment at Bradford County Hospital. The Costume Parade is cake walk and dessert
the same day with good usable 4-MarcelllneCanipbellOct.; 6-Connle set for B booth. will. IN
MOODY'AOAMSAMII&A'.I Items available at reasonable prices. New Arrival p.m. and begins at the City Hall. No needed. '

FRONTLIN 1VANGI1MT Those who desire may set up their 'Happy. AnntvefrsaVy to Betty and costume contest U planned;however, Please contact Debbie Broome
own tables to sell flea market items. Wendell Lee Sr.,and Wendy Chas- Mike DaZIDIIU onlOct( ; a. everyone dressed In costumes and Vicki Crew or Jolene Friese for In

,r 'Proceeds of the day will go toward tain of Hampton proudly ,announce participating: in the parade. :vW..be. formation, at school. or. their. homes.AMERICA'S ... .
Area Wide Crusade the annual Christmas party' for the arrival of their son;Wendell Lee' Hampton Elementary} School given: a special 1 tr at. '; ;'
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Banquet H.ld S.pt. 30 hllrtron. nf th *rrnnmilnitV. Jr. He was born Sept. 30 at Shands, "> PTA Meeting g Thursday ,...:' dz'/J. :)',,:..JI.1 Lij..,), '

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Starke Kick-off Elementary Banquet for School the, Area-wide : FAN BLY DRUG: : : .:: '

Crusade to be held in, Starke in YOUCAN' AVEUPT050% '

November. AM EXAMPLE

the Evangelist people who Moody gathered Adams to spoke make to ON YOUR, PRESCRIPTION, III OF ECKERD t'

preparation for the Crusade. Pastors WITH E KERD GENERICS GENERIC; SAVINGS '
and members of at least 20 churches substituting/ Propoxyphene ;

throughout Bradford, Clay and Union Uistyearaloneburcusiomers saved over$& million Darvon and Amltriptylln for '
counties were present to plan for participation with Eckerd Generic*. Elavll one Eckerd customer.

held In the in the Bradford Crusade which High School will be i' ;Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist. If your prescription I saved over $92,00 on two prescriptions

Auditorium November 27-December / cqn be filled wit) one of the 300 Generics now last year olonel

4. The Crusade will begin on Sunday 7 available:
evening and end on Sunday evening. \
No morning services will be held.
.r Churches are asked to hold an abbreviated -
service in their own chur- I,
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.... ches on these two Sunday evenings so
that they can participate in the
Crusade services at 8 p.m. Monday
through Saturday' the Crusade services
will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Participating churches will provide
". choir members for a Crusade choir ,#" g '
ushers counselors and other workers 4
needed for the Crusade..
Evangelist Moody Adams Is often
referred to as "America's Frontline
Evangelist." He has focused his efforts "
in helping 270,000 people make I SCHICK or WILKINSON,; PLANTERS DIAL
decision for Jesus Christ. Included in COLGATE DOUBLE-EDGE. ._ COCKTAIL -C" or "D"

that figure are drug pushers' prostitutes BATH SOAP' BATTERIES
murderers saloon owners TOOTHPASTE RAZOR BLADES PEANUTS I \ B-OZ.BM '
and atheists. I n. men or z Reg. sr DM*
Moody Adams has an excellent s-ox. IIIGULAIl or PACK
track record-hls crusades have drawn ._. : 8.2-oZ. GEL 149 OF I'4EF .It-oz..iAR 1.69, 2 -1' nc T'J.
over 4 million He has had
people. ever
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2,000 speaking engagements In the Limit ....2M. .........,.... PACKS
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7f Limit 1 peck ,
last. two.years Among his Limit 2' Limit 2 Compare to
Eveready.
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engagements have been 1,000 college
/>' and high school assemblies. I II'
All people are cordially invited to i
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participate In the Crusade November LISTERINE .
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Mr. and Mrs.' Michael Moore are MENNEN 8' :2 heats/speeds. -

the proud parents of a son, William SPEED STICKDEODORANT 128-8 (< CIIAIII .2 '
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1 sees ; .
Richard I
8 Ibs. 7 oz., born Sept. IS In ,..
the Alachua General Hospital 2 -oz.s 81:11IT8 SLiCII ?' idewood qenulne (F-lIf i w _.1..11 .,. ,It CTOR-StLEX;,+ / ? ti tv

D Gainesville. Maternal grandmother Is 29 1iH; nv ,.SI811"'TO'. ''. t t .a 'dYBYWTOATER ,uo- I"i'
Mrs. Fred Moore and paternal l gran* "1. .. 'I --I! J<(t it, *'i ". .; ., ...t s., ?.r 1 AI 1' ',MJaal 5-5 ,ae A r4 .c
parents are Mr. and Mrs.. Otis { t WITH tntiu.MMTI rnr -
Brewer. t '
Limit 1 I 16.88 .
Deepest sympathy of the comiminb /
ty Is extended to Mrs. Carson Griffis Ms en

and family because of the death of her "GRANADA" PARSONS'' O
husband this week. Our prayers are WONDRA or POLYESTEH/ 18" BKAZIER: 14.88mm
SOFT SENSE '' AMMONIA, CM
with the family.We BLANKET GRILL % Snap-open crumb tray.
are happy to report that Randy LOTION *oio- + ,
Massey was able to return home from to-oz. a TTKS? ..... S.N 2 t a N

Alachua Gainesville General Hospital d -39 r 497 89 599
on Wednesday. Our -
prayers are with the family. -irf:'" -'" % POLLENEX PURE AIR"99"

Lynn Boch and his children were Limit 1 Assorted }, 3 orld i AIR CLEANER
Sunday dinner guests of his mother. / colors. ti levels. Folding ,6_ .... 21."
l ? legs. t WITH SHCIAL' MMTf OffM-
Mrs. Daisy Boch and grandmother r
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.Mr. OIL OF OLAY HOLIDAY 22.88 ::
and Mrs. O.J. Boyette,-Jr. of r. ROOM 'M '
-3.00
Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Robert BEAUTY FLUID r"rrti+, FOlGER.' .O.:: .
o..ct ,
s-oz. : IGLOO
Manning of Macclenny, were Saturday a Ic-e&.sse. ... 19.88 rwe.a_
of Mr and 99 PLAYMATE'
supper guests Mrs. \ ::2 s eede.
Don Boyette of Macclenny.' COOLER
Mrs. Lois Carter attended the Jim- Limit 1 MEN'S QUILTED ; fjJIc.c-, .... lass 0
my Gaskins reunion on Saturday at r FLANNEL '-

their home. They had plenty. of' food SHIRT .es' 148. 0 6RAN PRIX AM/FM
and the .
fellowship was fine. t4.N
Mrs. Geneva Redding of Wildwood i PORTABLE CASSETTE RADIO
and Mrs. Curtis Colding of Lithia NUTRA GLOSS 097 TYPHiei 5. '
visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Saturday NAIL GLAZE ViUO 2 $
;:: PAPER 01 WA 160X
afternoon. WITH snout : Cholcs of
Mrs. J.V. Edwards of Brooker wasa KMTf Offir .7 ,,, ,a, atterns, acs swff:s ? SPINNIKQREEL : '
hpN
Wednesday dinner guest, of her 2.491.00868 w'K.: 4 & ROD radlol riecord BuHtIni from, i
aunt Mrs. Resale Reddish.Mr. .
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9' condenser mike.w9s
and Mrs. James Roberts of Ft. i _

Lauderdale visited their grand- : ::=:1
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mother. Mrs. Rossie Reddish over LImIt 1 esa_ "':
the weekend. They were on their way r \ .
4 KEYSTONE
to Roanoke Va. to visit his parents, CEPACOL I .ASFHUNN .
Mr. and Mrs:Roberts. RUBBERMAID OPEN HIP ROOFTACKLE EVERFLASH
AT
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and Dee LOZENGES POCKET CAMERA
attended the Gaskins reunion on wa z7 : BOX ,...'!"'.....I..
Saturday.They had plenty of food and .... ..n'as PACII s nuf15M .

good fellowship.Lucian .... pIEOSCASSlTTi. 1488
Prevatt of Gainesville was a 299 [
L1It 1 Bulli-ln
Sunday dinner guest of his parents, ,Z,
electronic flash.
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. ,
1-Y.
Keystone v
and Mrs. Fleam Starling and l I I: Warranty.
their brother Harold Starling,attended THERAGRAN-M ,

the Joe Starling reunion at MULTr-VITIMlNS :"'" ......
.Lakeland on Saturday,Sept.24.There toe.Kea sePILE
were lots of people and plenty of food. 88 f.c POLAROID TIME-ZERO
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Arwood of
Jacksonville were Sunday dinner = or 600 FILLED

guests of their grandmother; Mrs. Limit 1 ISTANT
B.L. WUkison Sr. _._..,.x .
TOOTSIE STAR SYLVAN1A PlCIU' 3' '
ROLLS .
We are happy to report that Mrs. "Jf ? .
=
B.L. WUkison, Jr. was able to return G= -- LEAF WHOPPERS SUPER 10 ft89. ::

home from Baptist Hospital.Jacksonville Li-lg: SNACK-SIZE PEAMUT FLIP FLASH 1 .- ...
on Tuesday.,Our are BUTTER :: :
with her.Henry. prayers' ANTACID LIQUID CANDIES TW.|MM M aSM(' t .
or COlTON SWABS I-IS.lUf. 1.71 '
Hodges and Thomas Smith '
attended the stock car race at Lake IZ-DZ.IIIIT"I8' f&A ." .
son wins S
2'JlJ9 ..
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City on Saturday night. .
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We are happy to report that Mr.and "I19 I 8 '
Mrs. Ray Rosier are improving a lit- I .
tle after having a bout with the fu.!

Mrs.. Buster Bennett visited her :f. .
aunt, Mrs. Jennie Lastinger InHalifax

Hospital at Daytona. on Sunday -
,
afternoon. ECKERD'S SYSTEM 2 PROCESSING. ;:,y. } OPEN DAILY 91o'a;'SUNDAY' 9 to 6,.Sate Prices good thru. Sat. Oct 8th..
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: TWICE THE s WE RESERVE THE JH6HT/ TO LIMIT QUANTITIES! .:
PRINTS i 3Mauun ,
Road Baptist tiiurch had I ', \ 'Nf ,
Morgan
TWICE I THE; FILM E. '. i"t" r .
their homecoming on Sunday, Oet. 2. TWICE THE tiUARANTE1f OHY I' : : I ;: i : \ J'I .

Grace United Methodist Church' ,- I s Bradford,:':Sqa Sh"oppwq.Ce"t" -1'
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plans to have their homecoming Sunday '": +:4r. a ." -y ,. ;
Oct.11S. is Invited. I PHOT .rf-'I' : 'f'rf'.j', .
Everyone r': IW ]nut
street.Starke
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Charge
have cleanup at the ,, ". ,. I pon ",UIII ,. J1
another day. Of' 110 d 1) ;1 ,41'" \" .." >r\fi..,
church Saturday Oct 8. ----Coupon----- _. _,__..... ., .1'1: \ fI"'j''} ..., '. _.'
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NOTICI any to It. on .... plain- Glt.BlltT S. BROWN
Legal Notices r OF INTENTION ,' tHrs .ttarn y. whoM CLiI
TO REGISTER nave end addrea Ie By:Martha I. Struth
-. -- FICTITIOUS NAME DUDLEY P. MAllOY. P.A.. D.puryCl.rk. T RN'.
NOTICE BID' ON COUNTY of Section 94.Township 9 'P.O. Drawer 1030. '/292tchg 10106 K

'OF INTENTION EMPLOYEES HEALTH South. Rang 91 Cast Notice I* hereby given StClrk.: florida 32011

FICTITIOUS TO REGISTER NAME PLAN Bradford Florida a* mar County.partkulariy hot RICHARDSLOODGOOD and NAN (hot(901))original 9645701. with'end 1110.... ".._. '.:: ,: .: ';:'.. ', ;',;. ',: by K..III f'aBVer>

The Bradford County. described In CY BtOODGOOO Intendto clerk of ...........tyIed IN TIll CIRCUIT COURT .

Pursuant (o Section Board of County-Com- that certain Warranty carry on .... business court an or helms 0. FORBAAOFOIID for b ,Cable,. l'iIomllu.&lUCI' vavailable afg
Thought the week.
865.09. Florida 510"' ... mlssloner* will open Deed recorded'In 0.1. of awning, operatingand labor 7B. Ita: own C 0 U NT Y ,, on the 'box, butVQ '
nolle I I. hereby given" _led bide on W.d, ,**- Soak 210 sit pg. ISO. managing mini \wtee a ...........-. may FLORIDA God did not leave us here ;; get used us* the form provided I :yq
that the. undersigned. day October M. 19B3,at public. record of Bradford storage warehouses In B..aerod. against you I'fIOItATEDIVISION to the dark but te walk In the nominate
,, a student for tttrt
B:00: for tan rallal.. de-.......
In Commissioner. .
Leonard Victor- Gruff, p.m. County. Florida. the Slot' of Florida .11.Number 13-7S.CP llghtltll must -
P.O. Ron 759. Stark. Room No. 129. hat been tiled under the n.nwof MIM- In IIi. awnptatnt. ew psNIlont nomination.explain'tho reason .or -4
The SC also asks but
Florida 3201 solo Specification: for me against you and you or* STORAGE OP AMERICA IN RE: ESTATE O. does ,
County WITNESS m.. hand and not require, that you give your
doing business Employee' required. y IlESSlI M. WINKLER
ta
owner serve a copy and Inland
under .... firm name of Health Plan or any other of your written defense old fictitious to name register In .... .... of laid Court on Dee...... A Ticket to Germany.... name so that we can contact you If

VIC'S BASS a BUCK Information concerning M tInY to It an RICHARD accordance with' Florida Sop., .........21. 1965.OI B.H.S. students are invited to partldpate -' more Information Is needed about. the N ____
SPORTING GOODS 3 MI. this bid may bo obtained I. WH.TY. plotnnff's oftamey. Statute 869.09. BERT MOWN NOTICE In next summer's trip to ErftsUdt. nominee.
N. of Stark on US 30K In the Clerk of Court' whose- add..... I Ie Dated this Id day of AI CI.tc"sold. Court OF ADMINISTRATION West Germany. The town of
P.O. Box 755, Stark. Finance Deportment. Post Otfka San 999 August. 1983. .,: Mar'McItue Erftstadt ls located on the Rhine'sail the end of each month the box
Florida 32091. Intend to The County reserve Stark. Florida 32091. on Richard aioodgoodNancy .D.putycM o The odmlnlatrotlon of River very close to Cologne. ( be opened and a confidential
register told fictitious the right to reject any Ot before November 7.tt83. BkwHgood .... ._ of BESSIE M. This trip is being chaperoned by select committee recommend the
nom. under the and all bid. and III. th. ./22 4tpd /10/14 WINKLER d.c.oa.d .11. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brlan. Mi*. '!nominations and to the
aforesaid ttatut GILBERT BROWN original with th. clerk of --- Numb., 13.75.CP. I. O'Brain. art teacher at B.H.S. and Stude.t Council any number of
Dated this{ 03rd day of Clerk to the Board this court either before NOTICE pending In .... ,Circuit her husband have been Involved In the nominees the committee feels' are
October A.D.i 1963 In 10/06 2tchg 10/13. service. on plaintiff at- OF INTENTIONTO ,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Court for Bradford coon.flR Exchange Program since it began In qualified for this honor. The SC will
Stark. Florida. ......., or Immediately REGISTER EIGHTH JUDICIAL ry Florlda Probate Divl'BRADFCIRDCOUNTY. 1981. then select from those recommendations
10/06 4tchg 10/27 NOTICE thereafter/ otherwise a FICTITIOUSINAM*, .BAND. FOIl .Ion. the eddross 01 The slay In Germany will be for up to 5 "Tornad / d the '
OF INTENTION default will ... entered which I.Brodfont County Month". ( .
IN THE CIRCUIT REGISTER 'against you for th.relief. Pursuant ta Section J' FLORIDA Cou.theu... Stark.. three weeks and students will be liv.. .
.
COURT EIGHTH FICTITIOUS NAME .demanded HI the 869.09. Florida Statute CASt NO.13-176 Florid ing with German families.!
com There
are
no criteria for
JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF ; In"" addresses The Itinerary will Include excursions qualifying
plaint or petition. notice I* hrby given 'ti's and of for this
FLORIDA. Pursuant to Section DATED on that the corporation 'MAIOED.REDDISH and the penonot rep_ to points-of Interest'Including honor but any area

IN AND FOR B6S.09 Florida Statute., Spt......., ., ,ta.GtLBIiItT known .* < CHRISTIAN RAYMOND" SEpiIST. tatlve and It p.reoralPlo.IHb spending time at "Villa Gymnasium"'' academic be athletic, or personal may '
BRADFORD COUNTY 'notk I Is hereby given S.BROWN ASSEMBLY OP AMERICA : c',_ .pr..ntafl" olBERLE (ErfUUdt's high school, and a considered.ouf you know of someone ",,-

CIVIL ACTION that the undersigned. As Clerk. of tan Court: 1 INC..a non profit Florida\' ...... torney or. 0/N forth special visit to Bavaria, which Is now. who y believe has done
CASENO.S3321CAIN WELLNESS. INC... 720, By: Beulah Moody corporation. also.Intend H AIRLING below. being scheduled. something truly outstanding,
".W. 2nd Av.. As Deputy Clark to operate under .h. and AIIIIIted parsons This trip will be the third from nominate him or her and let us honor -

RE: ,THE MARRIAGE. Gainesville. .ft. 32601.. .10/06 4tthg 10/27 name PRAISE CHRISTIAN YVONHI"'SE'8IJIUNG.' ar5'rarylred to file with B.H.Sto travel to West Germany; Interested our-classmate for. his okjjer achieve--
OF .. sole or |joint owner*, doIng -' NOTICE ASSEMBLY;J.at P.O.' oIJ6. ..wife. _' thl..O\9OI'f.WITHIN THREE B.H.S. students should; conment.. -.....

KENNETH JAMES business under me OF INTENTION SW; 7 1*t Street. D.fadonhl, MONTHS OF THE FIRST tact Mrs.'O'Brlan Immediately. Contact .
STEPHENS firm name*of BRADFORD TO REGISTER 'North, .Graham. Fl POIILICATtON 01' THIS her at school or call her at home: '
Husband HOSPITAL CENTER FOR Bradford ..- NOT1CI OF SALt NOTICE: ((1)) all dolma 984-7717. A to would be '
HEALTH FITNESS. 922 FICTITIOUS NAME 32041. County.J PURSUANT TO CHAf'TEIt trip Germany yea book 1sB ....... \.
VS florlda. ledhid/J .sad is. .. and a great experience and it would make.
VIRGINIA M.STEPHENS, East Call Street. Stark. 4IS Zany( ) obJectlOft by on The 19Bts.yearbooks.are now eri
Pursuant ta Section' non-propt corporation another year of the.exehallle program
Wile Florida 32091 Intends to Int.r..t' to I Thecc5t4s lisantfitrs.
p..on
BoldIktltburrel.under
869.09. Florida Statue*,. Intends o register I a success. Wawlah'rel
said fictitious' NotIce Is given that.
register tha whom 'thil notlco war school finance om&
notice I le
NOTICE OF SUIT nam* und.r the that the hereby undersigned given, provision of the '""nvont t. 1 a final mailed that chall-vn be taking orders In the.area of thYafc
NO PROPERTY, 'aforesaid statute. Jvdg.m.nt' d.t.d is validity of .... will I
aforesaid Statute., tendance counter Bring>our \
money
Leonard Ray Johnson,'.
Doted. this 30th day of N. ''Ita. In IM of 1M .
) 131 John Drive DATED at Galnasvilie Caal.b qudllkallona Show Your Spirit.... > and come prepared:: '
0176. of .... .
TO: VIRGINIA "M. September, A.D.. 1983. ; penonaI repreMfttotlve, '
.
..1S..1903
Stork. Florida 32091. Florida ml* let day Class buttons are on' sale this
CI.cult C- of the
In Stark Florida. '
STEPHENS. c/o Lillian'FyI..9107 _. or )lurladlcllon of
lowery Road, /s/Alton Flshir'1006.tcfp ala owner; doing : EIghth Judicial CIrcuIt In _. week I 11 I The buttons are only $1 ':.. Sports to Support.... .
Jacksonville. fl... :32236. 10/27 business' under the firm CHRISTIAN, ASSEMBLYOf and forftadard County MAIL CLAIMS AND oe.1Qrtda. and a neat way to show your school The volleyball team will be playing ,1
nam of CHUB'S SPOUTS AMERICA,, INC. / In which MARIE JECTIONS NOT SO fiLED spirit. They may be purchased in the an away game Thurs., Oct. 6,In Middleborg. -

YOU' ARE HEREBY ..-.. CENTER 113 I. .Call ByJ.RkhordColnProsloant, 'D. REDDISH and RAY. WILL IE FOREVER BAR. library and In the area between the .
NOTIFIED that on action'' Street, Stark.: Fl :32091. .MONO .. IKJtEST RED IIomecol1Omlcl and business dept.,
for DISSOLUTION OF I IN, THE CIRCUIT "Intend to register Bald Attest:Jean Kwtdrlck Nis rteIntIHe. and ItULI Publication of this and will only be sold before school, The J.V football team will be play-. '

MARRIAGE AND OTHER COURT: FOR' f aforesaid ktttlou' nom under the ./IS 4tchg Secretary: 10/06 It, IlilaEItLiNO end Notice hoe beilun on during lunch; and after school. Boost. log at home Thurs., Oct. 6.

RELIEF hat bn filed BRADFORD COUNTY. Doted ml statute... 17th, of"September. ,- I .YVONNE H. S IBERUPIG. September 29, 1983. your.\ classes''morale..
against yoU, VIRGINIAM. i ; FLORIDA. ; A.D. day In IN THE CRKUIT COURT .his. wife. are the Def_ Personal .... Varsity football The Tornadoes
1983 -
STEPHENS and you' CIVIL DIVISION .radford EIGHTH JUDICIAL dan..l I wllI..1I to.... R.pr..ntoU" : -nutwill.,. be laying the St. Augustine
are required to terv a CASE NO.83-371.. florldo CountyRr. '1 CIRCUIT: hIghest and I nt bidder GMroe....Winkler Who Will be Selected?... J YettQW jjcketa Fri.. Oct. 7 in St.
copy of your written 1 9/1Slfpd; 1006NOTICE 1 OF FLORIDA. for opsh o9....East front 1403 landall St. Au'gustlne'.TtXiood: L.U lcllll'! 1 1 1 1
defenses any to It, on ARTHUR SCHULZ IN AND FOR door of. .... Bradford Stark.. florida 35091'County The Student Council is sponsoring a "'* *
the plaintiff attomy. HAROLD BISHOP.Ill, DcoumvCIVIL Courth.us.SarkaModfadCounty... "Tornadoes of the MonUv' program The Cross country"tern"j 0$11$ be .

who..' 'name ,and ad "and .. : OF INTENTIONTO Attorney for designed to' recognize outstanding< competing In Jex.Sat,Oct 8,at.P.".C. .1. '
dres I N. WM A. IE$. '" LILLIAN BISHOP' REGISTERFICTITIOUS ACTION 'Iorlcfa. at 11:00: a.m. on 1'0"0' R.pr.s.n achievements by B.H.S. students .' '

HNT..'",. ESQUIRE. BES- Plaintiff; ...' NAME CASCNO.B32SOIn October 1'7., 1913. Nor Saliva A maximum S B.H.Sstudents .There are lots of Sports to Support
'' following d.cribed proIugene F. Shaw will be selected
SENT MOODY a vs. and honored as our
'' G.'REHKUGLER.Defendant. Pursuant to Section .... for1h In.... P.O. at B.H.S.. Give them try I M.... ,
SALZMAN .403. We.t JOHN r*: The Morrlog of party 32091m.nt Tornadoes of the Month for their per.
Georgia Street. P.O. Box 869.09. Florida Statues,, ,MARTIN H.CARLTON.. order of final Judgeltork... Ft 'achievements In any area of _... 1\ ,',. r
1056. Stark.,. Florida notice .to hereby given ''Husband.vs T.I."ho".1 endeavor including school or- non '
32091 'and file the NOTICE OF ACTION that the,. ..............." -' loott ,of" Lot 37 of (904)9( ) 4.3101Woodlem achoolacUvitlea: Campus Capers....

original with the clerk of John Lion Rout. I. Bail !SHAKON R.CARLTON. 1uW1vI.1orI.29 2tchg 101061ec1lcNt. Any person, I including teacher.Have you seen the latest dance
the above.," *.. court on TO: JOHNG.REHKUGLER 671. Stark. Florida WIfe 11.' Township SSour4. parent or fellow student craze? lie's off the wall and a terrific
may
or before November 10 33091.; sol*owner doing ., ...... 22 Ioat.'lubI dancer. His name Is 'Courtneythe
nominate a student for "Tornado of
1983; otherwise' a lodgement Post Office Box 122 "" .1_ under t.. firm. NOTICE' Of SUITNOIIOPERTY :t"'" 01"" rlght-of. Daugherty and he Is a new student at
Month" by going by the office and .
may b* entered Morgan, Georgia 31766 nom of JOHN I. LOn ,!'>I ..,e..... ... nann olDA putting your nomination in the grey B.H.S. Wherever a dance .Is he's
ROOFING a CONSTRUO
(or the relief there. Looking Good!II'I
against you box
for this the
TKJN. Rout 1. Ban *74.' TEL'ad.26tdayal3.pgedSW4.191ge provided purpose on
'demanded In trie 'complaint YOU ARE NOTIFIED TO: MARTIISrv.. Ht!
Stark Florida Intend
.
ot petition. that on action faforectos CARLTON. 4
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WITNESS my-hand wod mortgage on ,.. register cold fictitious YOU ARE. EI !I I.. _M"- .1 .
vs yt' "..", ... ,"1 ,L' e .tA etJI ;
the ;IUI IhMaUawhtg" property ; eo ," : ,,.
'"' f ,, "" ow sump s1"':-.1 nmhnavw tuw
October I .. ..., BradfdreMt' "'.. 6untv.\, .\' [Oaferesold. .tote. ?.? _' for dissolution dan )Y'V q t. : .. : ;:: :
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BRoWN Florlda'r' DoMo> tnM I9ti day ttf : .
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: GILBERT: S. HagV ha* been til !
As Clerk of aid Court LOTS 35, 34 and 37'' of September, A.D.' 1983 In against you and you ore !;. NOTICE ,
,By: Martha E. Struth ROLLING ACRES an Bradford County92215pd required to serve copy' : ,
unrecorded plat of land florlda.. }' 1 :
A*Deputy Clerk 'of your written dsf ntes. '. .
10I064tdlq 10/27 located In S Vi of NE IGm. f

t'TAX IMPACT OF PROPERTY APPRAISAL r
.) each of You and hoNwIth.- .,
'' You and or* hereby '''. '
BE5SENT RD.ZONING' CHANGE notice In accanlanc with Florida Statutes that me Board of '
.. "; County CammhMlomM of Bradford County. Florida ...... .. ;. \, 'i": ADJUSTMENT' BOARD '

/ P20PO. EDJt ..111I'....." th* Bradford County'Zanlnfl and,FlortnMa '
I Board la conduct a public hearing. *t a regular mesHngheld f.,> : MEMBERS OF Till IOA1D '
1, I et 7:00 P.M. In the Council Room of Stork CIty Noll ,,r: .

'' t Stark. Ftorlda. on Twndoy.. .,October 23.! 19B3, and mok*a

OltR1Y: TO tc KZONCD recommendation to th.. Board of County Commissioner Lawrence Moslev Homer Hart
and... Board will consider en Monday November 7. 19B3 Honosbre Honoabl
District No. ..1 Board 01 County Commlsslon.s O"tlcI N. ..S-
at the Commissioner.. Roam of the Bradford Courily Courthouse. Board 0' Counly Commlsslone '.
Starfca. Florida lot lOiOO; A.M.. .an Ordhiane' Pat
.' Honnrabla'W i Hodges Spengler
,.relating lot Hon r.t.i4
The yaoning. of .... following dea5ed property' andam.nding Board o' Count'; Con',"!" oners lltrlet No ,. School Board Olslrict No.' 2
sits Cemprehensrve Land Us* Plan ta Drovtd*

.. I that.land currently lOfted OR end designated by the pianos Hunorabtt Rodney Hall
Apkulturd.be reioned to ci. and d.elgnassd c- ti': 4r '
Belatd District Nt" /). _
School
a ,, eJal. .... property of MARY ANN SOUO Jscrlbd a* r r
tir. assn follow: ISO! a ISOr lnorlglnat.Town ef Sampson CIty plat. :' *

ttI..::.... F,. off Ct. Rd. 92S before Sampson Creek an right. th* Nor <'" iM Pnpaly APpralral AIwtm.nl( ao.r4 maids ..ch. ,.., to rwtyw, ce.plal.h nBenMN Fr..Ie1ry... <
thwest earner of 239,x 2Sf of Wock"'12 In Section 4, end .
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'I a.elptleaa.
t" I .
Township 7 South. Rang 31 East for Grocery.retail. and 3 r A .

NOTICE APPLICATION AMENDMENT '......Ine pumpe.. .._ ,n "ti':; "' 'TM; perp.' ..al tan board Ie te ....hf.........i. property. .xec by cerecNng anon when they era feoHo4' t: i,
FOR REZONING AND r Yaw or*further glvei'NOTICE. that a tapyd sold. proposd -
.
.to.....
Of THE LAND USE PUN "; ORDINANCE.M avaUabht. for your Inspection at the ofMe -' :,y0/, j

of the Director of Zoning and'PIorwIIng. City Hall. ,Vf.lIQ-) .
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An ORDINANCE emending the. Comprehensive. land u.. Thompson Street,,,Stark. Florida', :",A THE fOLLOWING TA' IUMMA.ID THIS YEARS ACTION IY THlIOAIID. I
Plan Element' and Map by City of Storfce. Florida. In accordance Each and ovary parson having any Interest whatever In : ..,
with th. local Government Comprehensive PlanningAct : th*enactment of this proposed ORDINANCE"-'. appear :; : I
of 1975 a* provided for In Chapter 163 of the Florida ', I and b* heard at. th. Hmo and placa decrlbd.BOAROOFBRAOKWOCOUMTY. ""
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COMMISSIONERS- .Column' I Column a Column, 3 [ Coluf4 I c.:"":,. Column 6 ,

TO:,All Citizen. Taxpayer. .', and other Interested. per By:O.S.'-.Clark -

-, .. .' '. >Kn" 10/M Numb.r of Total ,Numher of Total' N mo., II( Reduction ::"'lost i." 'n ..
ajvannolle T.. Number 0' Assessments of "O.tl ii inTsxa9ls lax ;: .
You and each of You a. hereby and herewith ... ,,, NOTICE OP APPLICATION E..mptioll R.duced by tar I II ,Vslue Gus Collar .
accordance with florida Staples that Nor. Baardof FOR REZONING ANDAMENDUNRpTRLANO11SEPlAN hMab Requests Exemption I
City ,.co..N..tonerI; ; of Slarha, Florida hava deslgnatad 1, t1renttd by R."u"U the Boa.d.. Allfnsm.nt to Boar
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the. Stork. Zoning and Planning Board conduct a public : ,the Soard 'R.ductlon
hearing at regular meeting held Of 7:30: P.M. In .... City An ORDINANCE amending th*Com.Land. Uee

Commission mooting room ltark.-City Hall. ltarke. '' Plan Element. and Map .by Bradford County Fksrtda In ac- :0 Z 0 "2"0 -oN.a.eacMli -
Florida on Thursdayv October 37.1983. and......*recommendation .___with tan load/ O.verem.et CoMp....... Plan. R.eldeo.f ? !4: .' .; ,I''" ,,
ta th. City 411........ CommlsslonanJand .... Ring Act of 1t79 a* provided for In Chapter; INS!P.the O. ) 't. I' r ". -o--I! :} ,',; 1
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TIM toning of Ih* following deserH1..7-. property and TOt AN atton*. Texpayer: and; other Interested, y'pai ", ."t 1 t* }i: \ ) .; ; ,tl'',' 'J :t'r'"L: ;:"
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amending the Campnshenslv. land Us. ,. f to "..". .+ sum- "7: ;1'1.. 'i.1 r :, 1;..' .. ,'I"'." 11> ,;v' Krlf", c', 1MwufI.m I I,
lna currentlyf l SP and designated. by the ...... :end .. Yak" '1l' If'-( : ". {ytvA ,;
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by taas STARKi PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD'deIcrIIIed( In accordance with Florida Statutes; that .... Board of ., ;t'," : .. t;: 'I, ::) "

follows: approximately five ((5))acre, ponIIII2'NI-GIIQIW County Commissioners of Bradford County Florida; .havedesignated ., 4 .' ., J .' ',, ; ," "t .
In Section 21. Township South. Ranga> 33 Eat. North. **" it.. Bradford'/ County Zoning and Planning ',>:.; 'f I O' 1,. 0 : I f; 0 ': -o- -0- U

Sessent Road and:! off East Call Street Board la cend ct'a public hearing at a regular. messing 'I.,: ,: '., I 1.'I. ,. ,'. .. tt ", N'i "
You or.further given. NOTICE thai a copy of sold propound r held at 70 fM In the Council Boom of ....... CIty MnrL,. /i ,; .., j"I\>:>: <'flr, ,..< t,
OKDINANCI avaitobl for your flea of Ih..DIrector of Zoning and Manning' Bradford. Court,' recommendation- ta th* Board.. at County Commissioner. J-M......" ... '.' '. ,1 /'.';, I ,,'" "/1; )

ty Courtheusa. Stark, Florida.. whslF- : and..*Board consider' on Monday.November?.'19C3at ... 0 d. .0 ...0..; :/ H I' ;.J.\O= m : J!.'

Each and awry person having 0M1It. .., Ih* Commissioner: Room at Nor Bradford County Court 'r......... 0 0 ,\', t:. :, ,1" ,, I
..noctnantalthupropa.dOROINANCI.heuid! \' ;jthousov. Stark. Florida.. at. ,.10:00.: 'AJA..< en.. :OnAnamc* S" + ,, "' '. .' j ,' ,
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'." !. 'l tOAR0OFCITY OFBTAfh(1. The remaning al th. following described property end ._..,. ; a 1 .' ',.o : .' ,0 .. ,_" ... ja.. .-," ''', ..', .
.f" COMMISSIONERS emending. the Comprehensive: Land Uaa Plan ta provide \ 1.1..0-

: i By L.M.Oahu. Director I that land currently zoned" Oft and designated by th*planes TOTALS ( I ....,-0-- cam;,':l "

, Stark..Zoning Planning .Rural Residential/, .be rented fct" CG;> and dadgnntadBusiness. ,, ,' err ,,tr, $w':,
\, '. I 10/06' ttMt..property. of CARLA L HAWTHORNE.:dcrib-. J. ,,' "J '", '! eF 10.\\:, '

ad..foIl.we# l,31a.wowol2.35Mrcal( r ) bso.d4plllp. .. '. I ', .." "1 I '.:,":" ....2,011", .... ,

1 !, Mot"" ",aee of I F...eft West side of Hwy.)|4 In SecKen M. T ALl: TAXPAYERS SI100I0 II AWARE THAT IOMD ACTIONS WINCH REONCB TAXABLE, VALUE CAUSE 'AX:)I...', :
: 11 ,, ', 'NOnCIOFAPPfJCATION" Township S Saw*. Rang* 81 E* t,our at parcel 0476-OtMO, :' '". '.. "
!!'I Y ,', I ,'' 'FOIIREZONINGANDAMT USE PLAN (for food and sundries fcWness.' ""AYau .RArpAP11JCAWTOALLPIOFEETYTOII/ROPORTNNALiVIRGNR.! '. ,'> ,' ,' .N.I.L.:,. .
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,: waF.ddo i-4"..: .d OSWNANCi ta ovartoWe' far your "lnsp ctlen al th* eA"tc "V.N '.hh... u.mbxne : .'::. ', .. : !, "" LILT"b ,.
: .f Ail ()4I Mopedge County, In eo- of the Director .4 Zoning and Pfenning'! 80..Oty(! 'H*.>.,' 'I V .. '. ;. ; ({ '1< V, \ ',
rlon ,'-t end Gov.Itcnlnf -.. ..,......... Thompson Street, Stork. Fieri**., ', .,;, : ?; ; :" ,;, r \' "r-of'
cordon,, with the local I 1- 0R.. Bach and sway .-- hewing any 1.0- +idltibt. ,t ,n. : I r nl' '
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Started.
I be original and be 7" X 10':,horizontal J, and mounted with an It"X.*'*. Classes Have .. :
The Bradford County AU-Sports Club will be selling chicken dinners Satur mat. Each entry also must be accompanied by an official entry blank J: _V'' fl' PAK's:karate,classes are being held In Starke on Tuesday and Thursday-'i
day before and during the Gator-Commodores. Entries will be : ,- ,,;
accepted from Nov a until Dec. 14. The winning design, will evenings. > j ?
Dinner will start being sold at 11:00 a.m:until customers or food runs out. be selected at the first communion meeting following the deadline. '
Classes Old '
are from 7 to 9 pain, at the Armory m US-sol across from
Price of the dinners will be S2.SO! and they will be sold at the old Texaco Station Entry blanks may be obtained by writing: Waterfowl Stamp Contest Coor Bradford p.m RICb. :- School ';*;;
,. on US-tot acroM from Wutkter'Electric Co. dinator, 620 S. Meridian FU 82201. ?
Street Tallahassee, ?". Students from 13 years of age and up are welcome. Three black-belt InJ' "
The All-Sports club wil nave a regular meeting Monday, Oct. 10 at 7:30
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'" stuctorsslncludlng head Instructor Dwayne Wlnstead running the C
p.m. at the western Steer Steak House. ", Viators... "" "C&UI'
welcome ,
to'watch .., ,
interested In School athletes and athletic v ,, "tip
Anyone Bradford .
is welcome to attend. High ,programsWatkins Women's Tennis League to Start'.... < \ ':" j' ,I 'f., ', I

Recreation Department will. be sponsoring... a women tennis. league' Vji.f.i.Starke <',, Archer I 'Nets 7-pointr13uck..... '. -'' '>:'...ui, ?'
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Sees,Action at,Valdosta..... First meeting of the league will be next Monday night Oct JO beginning at; Bruce'Scott of' Starke killed a seven point buck last week with!a bow" and'I{\;.
7 p.m. at the Pratt St:tennis courts. ." .1 J tAll !-
Former Bradford High footballer Emmett Watkins has been seeing action Scott ,
while playing for Valdosta State this season. interest women are Invited by the department to participate.. For further killed the deer near the Ore tower on west SR-100,near,Lake Butler''' ::'

Watkins,a 1982 graduate from BHS is playing on the specialty teams and information call 90441793 or 984-7807.: Monday. #,
Is getting some experience at tail back.: Watkins played in one game against '
Savannah Stated with Valdosta coming ups 14-10 winner. Offered. 'I' .
Hunter Education Course ,
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A walk- at Valdosta, Watkins played mostly running back at BUS, but ; L/ ( ,
was used In most positions on the squad: He won the Ronnie Allen"Scholar Hunters and non-hunters alike are realizing. that Florida' hunter education .
ship and chose ValdosU. program'ls more than gun safety. .CELEBRATE YOURIMAGINATION
"First aid, survival wildlife Identification,wildlife management and conservation '
law enforcement are all vital topic that are taoughtin the course,' '
Fall Tennis according to Lt. Rudy Howell regional hunter education officer for the. -
Florida Game andFresh Water Fish Comnuaalon.. '
Tourney Set.... The next call begin Oct. 10 at the Bradford-Union Area Vocational- 1
Technical,Center beginning at 1:30: p.m..The course is freeandppen, ,to ties; ,, SEE WHAT TELEVISIONHAS
Tennis
Starke Recreation Department plans to hold Ita 2nd Annual Fall public. "
Tournament the weekend of November 1820. For further Information contact Hank Greene at 964-6150. or the commie. '
Included will be the and doubles and singles and
mens singles womens' sion's regional office, toil free at 1-800-342-S10. BECOME.
doubles. ,
.. Schedules will be available on Monday, November 14. Entry fee will be$5
for singles and $10 for doubles. Palm Coast 5K Run Set for Oct..'15....;
Players will provide their own balls. Trophies will be awarded to first and
second place in each division: Interested local runners might want to turn In an early registration for the;iOktoberf
Games will be played at the Pratt St. Center fend the BUS tennis courts. est 5K and one-mile runs in Palm Coast Saturday Oct..19:
Anyone Interested should sign up at the Old Armory before Nov. 18. Entry fees are S9 in advance. for the 5K run and$4 for thefun run,but must
The recreation department Is open from 8:30: a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 be postmarked by Oct. ?. Race day fees will be 17 and $6 respectively. x
p.m. to 5:30.Registration. All runners'receive tee shirts:SK entrants also get IndividUal trophies.
fee and entry must be in by the deadline to be eligible for. the Top six finisher, male and female, receive grand prize award '
draw. For more information call 984 72 or 9644942. Race day registration starts at 7 :31)a.m.at Mother Seton Church on Belle S 4 t
Terre Parkway in Palm Coast The race will start and finish at the church. :
." Take Palm Coach exit off 1-95, then head west for one mile to Belle. .,Terre + __
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Stamp Design Contest Soon Under Way.... Parkway. Signs will be posted. '
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The fifth annual Florida Waterfowl Stamp design contest will be getting t
under way this fall and interested artists should send for entry blanks soon. ,
The colorful stamp is required of all waterfowl hunters in Florida over 14 "

and under 66 years of age. They are also considered collector's items. The Outfitters, Joe's Taxidermy to sponsor ...
cpntes
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, which sponsors the contest, uses
the proceeds of the $3.29 to better A'Big Buck'contest'will be the Outfitters and Joe Taxideiv
stamps manage Florida's waterfowl sponsored by .. *, :, .
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po lion. my this hunting season. ." .y (!(. i ;
torn Goodwin, aterfowl stamp contest coordinator, said application The winner with the largest'racked buck will get a free mount Hunter ,
blanks and contest rules are now available. should register at the Outfitter In Starke. -,";s L. ,. % : '
"We've had some really great entries every year since we began the con- If you get a large racked buck, freeze the head and take it to the Outfitters. ? .
test," according to Goodwin. "and we expect more participation than ever as soon as.possible.. Measurements will be taken and recorded, "* .' r"r. .
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quarters. With 21 seconds left in the up and dashed for 55 yards and the I "
first half, Greg Pittman took a pitch touchdown. ,. .A' 'r iatio ;'
The Mitey-Mite Bradford Cowboys out from quarterback Harold, Rushing for the Cowboys went like,: 'r ." .. ,. ',.' ,. n"
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handed visiting Keystone Heights Chandler' and ran 71 yards to the 1'this. Chandler 75 yards,'Pittman 95 ,. ," ,
Stealers a 37-6 loss last Saturday. Broncos 9-yard line, leaving on two ". I .' '
yards Aaron 20 ,
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Coach Randy Rowell bad nothing second on the clock. Saturday Cowboys will travel to ,JoIN: t a' : ,}. ,:, "
but praise for his offense add defense On 'the next play, Chandler was Middleburg to take on'the Broncos at '''' & I '
after the game. sacked for a loss.The'Cowboys 4p.m.. ,; bcto6ef ,.1 5ffi'at 1 O' m'r'; :
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touchdown plays and teammate Don in the third quarter when Chandler the Broncos this week.." commented, ,',. PI, ." IH"" "" ,[ I.
ris Hill went for another two knocked the ball from'a Bronco rann- Jr. Midget Coach Willie Brown. "'. '. ]i....' .'. ."", .1 ." ,I ; .1"-'
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Good blocking by the offensive line ,. ;:.:'. ;:':,:':' '. \ ;:; :, '." : ',:"" '; ',,," 'III"
and running backs: Blake Thomas and IN : "C, ',", :I .., ,, '. ..' , '
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Brandon MacComber opened up the '
nolesr for the touchdown runs. IND rOUKNOW, :' / ,

The most Cowboys of the defense tackles was being excellentwith made ,, Ariy netcari.:attend,our annual meeting andtake: l 'advon\ age'of' our great prices during'

by John Strickland and Joe (Flash) Gold !'Kist Customer Appreclatiort'Oayv.We' are offering a l lot of super'savings throughout t ;

Gordon Coaches, for according'the team tar'are Rowell.Sonny the store stated..John: ; Smith t ,;manager. of Farmers; : Vluuat$ Eatthange. ;.. .' ';' J' I

Traylor, Robert Norman and team '\ ", ti ';" >r"'oII" A :;' ,.., '. .1
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I 4 take of the'many sfiect'awlbuys'SomelnforpadffgrrJTiat; might be J Int -
The Cowboy's Jr. Midgets lost In a ,and, ,advantage! you:

tough game against 'v [ling Mid-' .y 9$fed Jo.lst that Gold Kist !is.a:diversified; I agricultural' membership- cooperptiye assoclaflon -

dleburg Cowboys Bronco let two last scoring Saturday.chances ,' ,.'.based.I" Atlanta.! ",It was incorporated! V7Ooo.fGrmer 1 ;f :!harm} was changed to Gold

Kist In, f1970?l They'+seryeI.PPprp"! J.atelY' .members"OCQte", / l. 'In. ,the
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\ > i seed 1 feedsanimah/ health prOducts and other farm supply'items for: alea1( ,wholesale

i Bradford High Junior varlsity grld-, a I :and')retail.- There are over '106'Gotd'Kist:us. st,. { retail: tle' ,,oper !I i urjdjthei'Farniera.;|::I r.:;(:!

.den aowin evened over their St.Augustine record to last 1-1 Thurs-with a; ., Mutual!Exchange !name:"The.stores"are)ocated j lri.t labarria!. : ; f'lorlda. !:'Georgfavanel( South

,'day night in Starke. ; ;I orOhla.1\' -;, .k''r r5- '. ;':',' .,,:/ 1 K,. T'",. S's' ,' .a *;. w' i. "' ; t tt
Bradford lost its first game to :,c<, / .' I ".:" ,, ,:, .. ,
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and Jenkins'nabbed an Interception I:hAttttr* pl'pducttrft>;ifl iJl rsi ant .6' (form supplies)! and, ..!equlpmentjJh l t;; :?S 6rke store has pl

for BHS. j jseew l complete uppl >fhorte\tack, r>,fmhaVa: repUtatlori throoghoyt! Nort.Florida. ,of being '

:" f j Frank Bradford Long and scored added two seine touchdownsfor big of- #. iexperton prO 'd'l1g' ,:any'! :thin,".fof'horses.'fjohn., is,..the/ cjo-.if-ypurseifec.-; -: .'advisor. ,for:

I fenslve'plays. Shaim Jackson scored NPep ,t em :gardens and jFeea neeaV;tor your:' livestoek: *;Youairvespecially invited to stop by j

';; sneak.the other touchdown. on a quarterback :,' ilStyrtcsi7ataatti"ptyri'Octobet;:l : '; 15th".and meet\ John, and,' Klnv.! They. will"Be) seryfng

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Mark Frledlln finish line."
> ( Staff Writer The Hoble "Cat" sailboats have enjoyed tremendous
'lOVer 200 local sailboat enthusiasts attended the Eighth growth In popularity ever since they were designed the
Annual "Lets Stop Cancer In Our Lifetime Hobie Cat mid-1960's as a fast lightweight boat that is' highly.
I \s Regatta" held at Lake Santa Fe Marina at Earlton Beach manueverable in all types of sailing conditions.
[ U Q).benefit American Cancer Society.
t "The fact that this particular type of boat is so popular
} .The annual event is sponsored by the Sallshop Inc.. of makes events like this a sure thing as far as attracting a
r C f tt } ,Gainesville, a sailing specialty'store opened eight years crowd" Duffield said. "There are so many recreational
ago t ty Outfield and his wife Jenny, who have been sponsoring the here. We began eight years ago holding the event in
'event since the store opened. Newnans Lake just outside of Gainesville but after seeing
ourselves how popular the sport is here with all the
' "We got the idea when we attended a sailboat regatta great lakes around we decided to move It here to Earlton
fdowti' in St. Petersburg that was held as a benefit for the Beach. Mr. Hiley has been a great help as far as letting us
I fight against cancer" commented Jenny Duffield after the use his facilities and he's qwte an enthusiast himself. I
event. "We thought the idea would be a natural here in this think he looks forward to it as much as we do. We'd also like
area with the Intense interest people have In watersports of to thank Maude Harris she lives next to the marina and
'all types and it has worked out real well. Vie raised over gives us the use of her property during the entire day's ac
,' '. >$3,000 for the American Cancer Society and everyone tivities. We couldn't have put all those people in there If It
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*ne large crowd of spectators, friends and families were
:Over, 40 sailboats of all descriptions were tied up at Lake entertained by live music dockside at the marina enjoyed
Santa Fe Marina for the event which lends its support in picniclng under the graceful cypress trees, canoeing ..ndsallboardlng
the |onn of free use of the docking facilities each year. out from the launch facilities and generally
Owner Ben Hiley says the event Is one he and his employees enjoying a beautiful Fall day."This'was .
look;,forward to: .
'* one of the best regatta's we have had since
."!this Is a great way to raise money for one of the best we've been coming to Lake Santa Fe" Duffield said. "The
oq causes In the world and to get together with sailing people event has grown tremendously in the past few years. As
i from all over the area" Hiley said. "We couldn't have ask- long as we can help the American Cancer Society people
: : t i r: ed for a more perfect day for the event and everything went we're going to continue to hold the races here each year," -

r{ smoothly. The Sailshop' people are real experts. We just .
r'te' 'rA facilities and take Winners In Sunday's races Included:
1Vy open up our let them over for the day. It's
almost like a holiday for us."' In the Hoble lit foot class. Ken Duffield won first place,
followed Dave Carlson second and
closely by in Walter
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7, 4' ,n At hr r' 7y ro r 'the boats participating In the races held out on the Thompson in third:
'somewhat turbulent waters of Lake Santa Fe'were divided The Hobie 16 foot boats were divided into two classes -
I,1t into five classes according to size and sail configuration "A" and "B". .5.
and traced around a 'course laId out in advance and j
,designated by floating markers. The racers milling around In 'the A'or expert class Don Schiller took first place. 1
the starting point, preparing to race or Just out on the lake Hollis Coffee was second and Kenny Duffield Jr. was third.. _
watching the event unfold made a spectacular sight as one
a4 ,r ,,. r'm of the largest collections' of sailboats ever to assemble on In the 16 foot B class Ernie Turbyfill won first place, Kim
l j.; 'i ; l r lax the lake. Coffee was second and George Werner was third.
In the 14 foot boat class one trophy only was awarded to
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RY7 vPr ( M."u T tA'1'AY.r!' ,!. yW 'Lt, fs, 4 !Hlie competition is tough," Duffield commented. The James Llebol.
} y In the 14 foot Hobie "turbo" class which included boats
sailors who come and participate in' this event rare experienced -
and they all want to win. We've had some very with a double sail or jib Dave Forbes won first place, Bart.
.IYr ftr .h YYW Ln, S..r r close races and Individual competition right down to theSailing Rurak'Was second and Jenny Duffield was third.

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Jft.fitt.V; ,|.JW NV". I ,., Hippodrome Him' Club feature a variety of film of a contemporary nature) each .
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!Union County)\,f1choo1 l Boards, will mef ,Mon day, 'Ctctob.r+ 'f".ot' ?::SO.p.tI ;' :J... 7 p.m. of the Woman's Club and m Stark on Monday night" at 6:30: p.m. Call Peggy 'Defleppard..v "' \ W\ w"7c, htw Ii <r ifl\< \.111'1') Register' 473-3730 for more YA ;
'r.4'.rel Ceuny'( ( Zoning Boards will. "meet'Tueday.. October. '25. Information.Family This popular hard rock group will appear Friday..Septv 30 at B p.ift the. .W... '

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A new 'Health In Science" pro Dr; Otto Von Mering of the University Marquis stated that some of the Imp;,;'': .
Bobbie Whitehead's 3rd of Florida was on hand for the portant facts, about. alfalfa sprouts'.',;
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recently dealt with alfalfa sprouting about the new program y> 'l'1\1' '
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developed by'Jeanne 'Gurelle" Marquis program. youth can learn aboutIP'OWth. year. r IInd. :. < ,' TJ
and sponsored by the Universityof and preparation .while. tearing Ready to eat In six or seven days.' w.'
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Florida in Gainesville. about nutrition .A pouch of seeds produce seven ',*
According to Marquis the program Marquis taught the class 'that'the funds of sprouts. There la no waste It
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-. j 'they can raise their .own good, needed only air and water to grow. They cost only a few cents for each '.i1\:
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I 1 y nutritious, food inside, all year round. She"also'tressed'to the' children serving. #:
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discovered how nutritious they were. rl/2 Inches to five days. They are so easy to grow.Childrencan
and bow economical they were. Children word taught that the grow them for food and watch. the .
She' feel companies Ho not push, sprouts are crispy: \ crunchy and can beginnings of plant life.' '
I sprouting because they'cant make, be used as a substitute for lettuce in ,They are totally organic.! t''
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money like they can on. 'Junk food. Just about anything. The'sproott are They are delicious. tasting, sweet, ."
She-went on to say that she started good on salads and sandwiches and' and crunchy. ':
the program to teach children good are'now being served on a few salad: 'They can be grown almost .''
... eating habits stating that'''children, bars around the country. c anywhere, in the kitchen office, car'I I
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I I adults." consisted films,worksheets and the They are the moot alive food you ,'
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"Health In Science"... the first class to, participate In the sprouts. : the moment you eat them. '. 'J
Y program and their response will be,,, The children enjoyed' sprouting They are 'excellent J,
Bobbie Whitehead's third graders at ILake'Butler are' easy to grow prepare and delicious to eat very Important in.determining bow. ,their own alfalfa and watching them Alfalfa Mods can be stored Indefinite-'..".ii
Elementary participate In a "Health In a* well ,as being .one of the most nutritious the program will be conducted, in; grow. They also eyed the. alfalfa. ly and sprouted as needed provide ,&,
Science" program that teaches them to sprout foods. available. ,other parts; of the ntate.. ...,,; eating j party on more nutrition:than any.other,food:;:;J4;

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I Appeals Court.Reverses es UCI Inmate Assault Case DuetoJiiryiMdke: UpFor I



the third time in less than two they are obviously biased.' and he Is scheduled to be retried. later ly ruled that correctional: officers .Institution arb'.j just'ovq: *,the counter against Mobil chemical cO. in Union ',
months, the 1st District Court of Ap- But Williams was forced to use two this month; {'were. not automatically excluded; line in Bradford.? \ Countylast month because a Juror (
peal has reversed a Circuit Court of his six peremptory challenges to Judge E. R. Mills In dissentingfrom from criminal trial juries and it was 'The: five,Institutions* have,4iore! ,was s second cousin of the wife of, the
descision in Union County because of remove the two correctional officers yesterday's opinion; said he 'not until.the Irby case that dlstinc- uian $, oo prisoners. ..nhrion' than man who won the verdict. :
the makeup of the Jury. and because of that had to leave a thought the appeals court was wrong .tion'was drawn for cases that'involvy. 2,000 mployees.: J',"% ,Thejury had awarded the money to
Union County, with a population of maintenance and construction supervisor in both cases. ed an attack on a correctional officer. In another easel dJ.UnI with jury Carl R.'Hawkins, who,contended ha
slightly more than 10,000 including from the Lake Butler Receptionand Mills said both of the correctional '"If you look at the actual record of' makeup% but Unrelated to the prison r lost his tobacco' crop because Mobil ;
more than 3,000 state prisoners'ana Medical Center,'. related, prison 'officers who served on the Williams Union County Juries, they've' been. system.the 1st District; Court of Ap-' :misrepresented an Insecticide. .he. '
more than 1,000 prison employees facility;on the Jury. jury said they could give an unbiased pretty damn fair," Tobin said. ,, :peal, reversed a 7.3;.million. verdict ,'prucbaseLCELEBRATE* ,
has difficulty selecting Juries, particularly Williams was convicted of batteryon verdict and there was no reason for. State Attorney, Eugene Wnltworth.of '; ':V ..i'Iii.: .::'_.,': .:..t.f:: :: _, .' ,
in 'cases Involving prison Sgt..A.A.;Chaiatainand. sentenced the. 'district court to dispute that.: Gainesville noted' that Circuit tit l _
crimes.' to two years hi prison. "What divine Insight does the court Judge R. A. Green, who also was the .,. "
The appeals court said in a 2-1 ruling In reversing the conviction, the possess to determine 'that the two judge In the Williams case, excludedall !to ,
yesterday that Larry Williams,an district court said there was both an jurors' minds prevented them from correctional officers and their 1_ :" ,
inmate at'Union Correctional Institution appearance and a substantial probability acting with impartiality when the ,relatives from the'jury In the murder,'
would have to be retried on a of inherent bias when a juror jurors stated 'under oath that they trial last week of two prisoners accused -
charge of hitting a correctional of' was Involved in the same work as the would be fair and impartial and the of killing a correctional officer. "
ficer. The appeals court cited the fact victim of the crime. trial court so determined. Mills ask. To get a i2-memberjury a panel of '
that Williams was not allowed to The court relied on the precedentset ed. "None." 400 prospective: Jurors had; to be
remove two correctional officers Aug.30 in a similar case involvingthe Assistant State Attorney Harris 4 assembled. "That's the problem,
from the jury panel for "cause." An alleged battery of a correctional ,Tobin said there might be a few more when you'have a prison In the com'
unlimited number of jurors may be officer by Robert William Irby at cases pending that would be affectedby ,munity." Whitworth said: : SAVE HERE ON FALL NEEDS
excused for cause If the judge agrees UCI.,Irby's,conviction was_reversed the but he did not expect In addition to UCI and the Reception '..
any/ wholesale reversal of. 'convic and Medical Center In 'Union I
: tions.: County; New River Annex, Florida
in } b:6'o N6 11 I IL Tobin said the courts had previous "II f State l'risoI1and Lawtey CorrectionalWILLIAMS "

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I Justices Deny JJepiMij2js for: peA.tJ Row Five.. Marriages dissolved during the Levi! David Whittle and Marba A. I I
month of September,1983 In Bradford Whittle.
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,i ; "i :* '7" -t M'IKvlcted ( : "/,! ; ', '-, ;' .' -''- v.'H'i ,; 'I" 'WTTsT'pMWunutuc '!: ;: County; Leach. Dorothy A. f
and Marian J.
Five Florida death row inmates of the July I 'ii., uv.i;murders in about victories "" the has never decided whether the deaUj Joseph Marbury. I
failed to win Supreme Court hearings Miami businessman Sidney.Cans winning Important from penalty Is constitutional punishment Marburg.Dyal and Vera Mae Dyal. William' l C. Wahrendorff and Annio :,
Monday as the nations' high court and his wife Lillian.Police said Cans high court. for someone under 18 when the crime Teddy MMills and Shirley S. Milia.E.' Wahrendorff. !
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opened Ita fall term. was forced! to withdraw 50ooo from 1"To I look;to them for relief would befoolhard' was committed J.Darlene Erma Kraus and ltichieto
Robert Rhoden Lila
The justices left intact the murderconvictions his savings account before he and his said Scbartette Holdman, Attorney General Jim Smith is hop- .,*...>.. E. and Allen Kraus. !
and death sentences1 of wife were shot,to death at a south director 01 the anti-death penalty Ing the Supreme Court's decision In 'II
Paul Edward Magill, Sampson Armstrong Florida house for Criminal I
Miami eonatruet 'l1te. Clearing death cases this term wilt finally let
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Muhammad.. Justice.: Florida get on with the business of ex- I
Raleigh Porter and Alvin Ford Porter!was convicted of strangling ':Opponents of the death penalty are. ecuting condemned killers. There are r ''' '
Magill confessed to abducting rap< Harry and Margaret Ann pessimistic about their chances,of 206 murders on Florida's Death Row -e 95'lj'
clerk Ing and murdering Karen Young,'a retired couple who lived in at a convenience store, r
near County. Police said Porter'killed court. Ct
the high warrants since January 1979,on- Room is \
Bellevlew December, 1876.Armstong couple Aug.21,1978,during robbery To look to them for relief would be ly John Spenkelink has been ex- '
was sentenced to die in at their home. foolhardy," said Scharlette Holdman/ ecuted. a Han) 'Available 1
the etate's electric chair.for the April Ford was convicted In the director of the anti'death penalty1 Smith
July 21, may not be likely to get his
1, 1S73!,, shooting deaths of Thomas 1974, shooting death of Fort Lander- Florida'.Clearlngl1ou .for Criminal wish since Whole House 59
and Eunice Kersey at the elderly dale police officer Dlmitri i Hylankoff Justice, three months the ago Supreme expressed Court some Just Special.
couples's' Hardee' County ,hnme.Police during a restaurant robbery. Holdman Is pinning her hopes In-, misgivings about directing lower Carpet Dyed ., .. .. .. . .. ..
laid Armstrong and others In his appeal.he argued that he stead-on the U.S. 11th Circuit Court ofppeala. courts to move quicker on death cases H ((9xi2)! ) . .1. 599511 f
plotted to rob Kersey,86,and his wife!, should not have been sentenced to' .,\ in Atlanta which hears even as it endorsed ono court's .
74Ahdpllah death because he was only 17 at1'the federal cases from Flrolda Georgia.! for doing just that. .' procedure Furniture Cleaned (soa( a Chair) 0' . . II!
Mnhommnrl wan'" ton. time of the crime The,Supreme pourt 'and!Alabama. Opponents of the death, penalty are "Not. Delighted. Don't Pay"Serving
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I Local Option has( Taxes' Force Prices: Up Florida 'Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. n f

.. i.gasoline i. '.(Licensed & InsuredResidential) l & Commercial) I \
Local gasoline taxes impoa local option tax w approved-}, self-serve !
option was -reported in Naples; regular' was selling for 964-6931
ed in SI counties Sept.,have The latest survey shows full-service where unleaded gasoline was selling 1.08.1... \ :,
Increased the average cost of gasoline regular selling for'U8.7'per gallon, for 't.49.a.-The lowest average pricer'wal The lowest single price was found in' FREE Estimates 24 Hr. Service Satisfaction GuaranteedALIturnn. J '
by over.two cents a gallon across up 2.5; fuIl- en1ce unleaded 11,43.2, reported! in 'Pensacola, where, stations in Pensacola .. .. J Jl'
Florida, the latest AAA Clubs of up 2.4 per gallon; self-serve regular "
Florida Fuel Gauge Report shows. $ .IS.1,up V,and .ynleaded/, I
Counties inacting the tax increase $1.22.7,up l.a'per gallon:
added two cents to four cents per The latest averages are ; gallon In taxes after the Florida highest level' since April 19flU tile
Legislature Impowered them to do so. peak price level attained" after,' liascaught At
last spring: gasoline price were. deregulated. in. .
Of the 24 cities surveyed by AAA January 1981. .
\eacli month 16 are in coon ties.:"where The highest >average' price 'for '
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Starke Ads Con't.::... ......"'- ....,... 'jiERVICES SERVICESWANT t ', ..,' ,:
I .1,._ ..,,_. .. lIIARS RIDING FAWN HYDRAUIIC":LIFT TAIL OATS { LARGE GAS 'NEA3I. ""Ic.I .
S AC Mil'VICRi :: MOWERS 36 In. cud.
' OIANOI".ln TO DWNKTTHArt i 10 hp side .boxes far pickup new, 'ISO; small oatheater
2169 N. Temple Av.. Just 2 yr*. old. Good condition. truck. Mako offs
Frame home walkingdistance YOUR BUSINtSS *. S3S wa......
t. store. CM.g.s CHURCH STREET PERSONAL PERSONAL W.have good used.....,., WANT TO STOP $50O or best offer. 41303,..'. 9/29 2tpd 10/06 SISO: dryer. $73 upi solo, SAO:
Largo C/R horn.. CM/A. fraosor and Maytag 1973 Z2B Comoro 350 FIREWOOD FOR SALE Oak washer
hoot, front THAT'S OURS w-lngor SeS
perdl. carport F....... aMMWyfliwa SERVICES SERVICES washer for *ol.. Itpd Alcoholic. Anonymaua angina' $600 or best olfor. or pine, 4x4', 20-40". M loveseat $95; large wood;

FAULKNER REALTY CHAIN LINK FINCIi Infill 10/06 ......... 964B4349646B94 Take W 16 to Morgan. Rd.. Cord $35. Scrap firewood .desk S130i solid wood.cof
ERA CARPENTRY WORK ocUI- toko right. 2nd trailer on trucklaod.
IRA FAULKNER RIALTYllf" IXPERIENCID PAINTER oak or pine, $10 fee/2 and t bl.., cost over
'U.IOU ed. Fraoaitlnrala Handy Neat work. 'Interior or exterior. Horn decks, screened par.ch. ALANON right. Ask for Carl Bedford Sun.hln. Industries, 16 W. $600 3 mo.. old now
m Man Fane Redelleh.Co., owner Fro. aatlmala.. repair, 964-6233. FAMILY GROUP anytime. Itpd 10/06 Call 9647699. We load for S17S. W4-435S. llpd 10/06
: Tommy 944-8339. Raaionabla rate with Itpd 1006SIWINOi 964-4119 LINE BRED WALKER PUPPIIItVt you between 9:30: a.m. and PILLOW SOFA cost aver

': :uun.UOADWAYST .. 11.0" DRAINFIUD 6/09. I2/3O ROCK Bldg.andt good relorancat. Call Plain and fancy. 8/11 14tpd ...... old.Call 702-3866: 2:30 p.m., Mon.-Frl. 9/29 $700, now $300; Early
Call 964-7489 1Oa.m.Oil12 after 6 10/06 .
964-S177. 9/08 tfn p.m. Itpd tfn Amor. Hlde-A-Bed. excellent
llmarack small ,load lop.toll. MOBILI HOMe REPAIRS IS noon. 'or 6 p.m. 9 p..... 1 SCARS', 1-. .COLOR TV. Pot.tabl. DINING ROOM SIT 6 chair, condition, $2S01
GRAHAM ARIA Largo or Ph. '
:': year experience Itpd 10/06 FOR SALE .. In good condition $250; Dinette table. 2 Ida by side refrla. $2SO:
?: 1 M. I BA Nice. Pocon Largo brick home. aver 712.3172. BRADFORD with m/h. If Work BABYSITONOt Middle aged $200. 4311960. Itpd 10/06 chair, $40 Call 4732916. wlval 'rocker $75; twin

: ,:. ...... SH.OOO. 3200 so. It. Me.acre eg*. UMIROCK SALES tfn 714ORIAT more also cutomlied mother. will ...., children FORMAL DINING ROOM AUCTION- Every W.... 7 Itchg 10/06 bed S4S; king bed. $110;

ff.;;' IRA FAULKNER REALTY' Add-A-Room built. For In my home day. or night. SURE w/table.. B choirs, p.m. Metro, Fla. Behind THRU HEREFORD HEIFERSt sofa, loveseat. chair $2SO:
i IRA FAULKNER REALTY GETAWAY ..tlm.,.*. call 9647724. 964-7489 6:00: to 9 00 p.m. china cabins buffet, all Mad Thompson Realty I Also small mined calf. Call rockar/racllner. SIOOj; oak
F I ,...5065 t4-SO S /15 tfnINSTALLATION Itpd 10/06 solid wood. Cost avar block .Inside Alochua' Coun 10/06 cheo.'r. .
.. 964-4738. Itpd student dask, $40;
IB m.| Mobile. ham. Santa P. TELEPHONE DOG OBIDIINCIt Ckne $.000. Like new $750. ty. Retail, wholesale, USED 30 GAL. HOT WATER ...... $I50; refrlg., .
.: pgj Shore. 135,000. SERVICES Repair a solos of on personal I training for 964-4355. Itpd 10/06 Public B Dealer _Ieam.. HEATERS Llectrlc. 240 $100; king watarbad $150:
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ERA FAULKNER REALTY telephone* and telaphon more Information. evil CONN TRUMPET* Gold. OKCalient 'Bill Parry a Bill Lewis" Auctioneer amp 964-5843. Itpd IO/O6 color TV $100. 964-43SS.

equipment. ,._,..., |lack 9645546. Itchg 10/06 condition $200 or *. Stark. and TENNESSEE WAL.-IR HORSliB WINCHESTER PUMP
:'. JUST OFF IMA 'U.IOUm Installation; etc. 964-7410 BILL'S SAW SHOPS Complat .best offer.'Nice Christmas ,Keystone, call 473-7512 for yr.. old. Gelding. SHOTGUN 12 Gouge,
3111 IA frame on .Ie. IN COUNTRY or 964.,,,,,. 9/13 4tcha: sharpening service. circular gift. Call 4311132 oft. Information. Auction (orvke .....4738. Itpd 10/06 $I7S Remlngfon Model

;; Otto OCrO.ERA 4 SR. 2V4 BA. Largo with &M/o..:_ 10/06 hand carbide, chain 5:30 'p.m. or weekend. for you. 10/06 4tpd AKC WIlMARANIRi Mala, 1100;12 gauge automatic
:. REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS mower blade hollow PURR BRED IRISH SETTER 10/27 2V4 old. $100.
.' ........ yrs $185: Winchester 300
ground and balanced.leave PUPPIES KINO SIZE BRASS BEDi Com
pointing and plum Unregistered. 9A4.4153.: Itod 10/06
:: FAULKNER REALTY ERA FAULKNER REALTY DALEWOOO bing repair 25 year ... at Jackson building" Man:. W..... Fri-. Sat. a plete: frost fr.. BUCKSKIN QUARTIRHORSI 4-4393.Magnum.Model Itod 10/06 700. $200.

:. 'U"061 _t>*...10.S 3 SR. 2 IA Stucco hem. parlance. All work Supply In Starke. Keystone Sun., call 9646922. Itpd refrigerator. reasonable. ,MARE, 3Vt yr*. old. Excellent AKC POODtlt lIeg'.t.' ......
:;. Many ._. $...000. guaranteed. 964-7730. Height or Laka Butter.TFNnhg 10/06 Call 964 B949. Itchg 10/06 disposition and sell. Family
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: m. 9/13 InTUTORING CATTU TROUGH One 6' IB HP WISCONSIN ENGINESi Moving
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: 7r ..... hunting: hors. Perfect prospect pet. Chocolate. All chat
.0. B>_/" ERA FAULKNER REALTY AVAILABLIi GLASS CUT TO OROIRt w.-.d.. Soft one horse Electric Mart, run good for barrel and all and house
: M-5045 Doors, windows, ate buggy $29. From Hwy. 16, $300 each or 2 for $500."Waldo" .. completely
: | I Reading, mathematics around cutting ha... Call trained.. '110. ((404))
m Spanish. T.I. ants 4 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLV turn West on Morgan Rd.. 468-1187 onytlm.
p.m. Oannla Elaine, 964-8373.
y r HWY 301 REDUCED! 9644464. Itpd 10/6 964-6078. Order alto go '.7 mile. .. Itpd 10/06 Itpd 1006COMMERCIAL or Also hove 5332196. 9/29 2tchg 10/06
71 Ac. with Ig. frontage.IRA 3 '11. 2 OA Inch In country. ..'....0.: WILL TUTORiEImntary takan Irr Lak. Sutler. MIXED RID PIT BULL dog. VIDIO child's Keep trying.saddle 1 blanket. 17 PT. TRAVIl TRAILERS

0.., 2 acre SM.OOO. .,ud.....in my horn from 496-307 and Kaystono $25. Call 964.9928. Itchg GAMES 5 ...... machines. /29tfn Shower toilet .'ov..
: REDUCED Starke area. Certified Heights 473-4973. 2/26 tin 10/06 As-ls condition $300 for Good condition. T.I: after

: FAULKNER REALTY IRA .AULKNIIIIALTY 42 acre.. 3 BR. 1 BA. C/B elementary _...,. Price' FAMILY HAMDESIGNERS < LAZY GIRLS AUCTION on all. 468-1187 onyll..... Itpd 4 p.m. 964."' 64. Itpd

3541053 ,*.-.041pflfe Ho..... S73.J50. per hour negotiable. Call 301 In Waldo. Every Frl., 1006SAVE TSLLTHIBOU
m 964-5975. Hod IO/OA 144 W. Call It..fU.7J01 7:30 p.m. Plenty good used on pot supplies. 50 to]. GUARANTIED i WHAT YOU REALLY THINK
: L.J::::! m I JONES BULLDOXINO ft' .....cha..dl... But not. 75% off retail. Waldo Flea 1 I. ROOF REPAIR OF HIM-
JIAIIOt IRA FAULKNER REALTY Open Market Frl., Sal. B Sun. I I OnSosc'Day
.. LAND CLIARINOl Talway Ya'll coma. 10/06 Speclallie In leaks and
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... 'U"061 T.W.'; F 9 HI SiSO 2tpd 10/13 Itpd 10/06 minor repairs For free Oct. 14

;. SAMPSON LAKE SHORES 9648063.473-4175. 10/06 964-6477 4tchg or ....-* AM HI 3 PM USED X TON Ol CH/Af New HIGHLY FERTILIZED ARGENTINA I r animate, call after 3 p.m. I II Say It only Hie way

1 mobile HWY lit 10/27 AppoI.- wood burning Novo, BAMA HAVt Beginning I I 4751565 or 964-8131 Hallmark. Can
single-wide JrlMro. Net Always Necessary 30.000 btu heater Oct. 10. Start cutting: ,
Only 4 nil from rlvar.nko go THE OFFICE IHOf"flOW.C.II.t.
home ... ....
with .lIt.
enl 30Vt ... with SIR. IViRA Classified Ads 1/7tm apartmont .1.l stove.. weather permitting. $1.75 .
:;:. >k.. 3/4 acre access to .brkk vonoor boa.... OVER 1 ACM- Get Results 964-4817 or 964-7711. Itpd pr bale. Pick up .behind .
:; (lake. V.ry good price.MA baler.' Call 964-5379.10/06
Hardwood Hoar, paeon a Country Club building.., lot. RISING ROAD Quality RED W1GGLiIFISHING

: fruit ....., .....11 born A T..... Owner. financing.No 10 acre with ............. ,HWY 161'Another DOUGLAS 2tchg 10/13 STRAWBERRY. Tree Service WORMS
4ULKNIR RIALTYea"1 utility .bldg... Prka roducod down ,.,_. LAKI ACCESS .. Itarkateckreem. lendnak.Renedslsd .
fr. .. homo. ..".... PLANTS Call ....S036. .
Nka D.W. with bullton.On .. W. Dig 'Efn-You, Pick
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= IRAFAUIKNIRREALK 1 Ac. Lively. ..... WIN ....... in.... pashrta: I lowly 10/06 2tpd 10/13 "Quality Work atRtasonabl 'Em Prom Beds '
m IRA FAULKNER RIALTY '....lobs consider .lease purchase orsell. dug ...... 0.-. fI""""" .froms heMe. MrdweodNoon. DINING ROOM SUITE Wood Rate." Bring Container
L-5j .... ... ''U.50. Ing. ..barn w/loft. pntks. table and four chair with
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fj* mOLD .'AI...: IIA.Au\KN.I.IALTY IRA FAULKNER REALTY tII....... 90 ,.... {*".... 964.5169,1tpd 10/06 : 12 Year Resident 782.3392
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of .. "'''00' 944.8061 r -CI 944-1045 GRAPISi I $Starke Florida
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00u..1.. ..... MH. Old ...... FARM HOUSE i m sat CH IRA FAULKNER 44-5045 IIALTY' everyday, 7' AM III 0 PM. I, "Th One To Call Faith Boot. Ch.. Lawtay

::: older. Farmall tractor and V.ry old homo with oppraHlmatoly GREEN ACRES H .....-. .. Lilly'. Vineyard. ,Before 'It Falls" 50-11.5 iOO.U.7S
disc. Le.. ..I.. home with .wlrn 1 1 3 Florahom, Fl. 'ho... 900-SS.OO
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LH ERA .AULKNIIIIALTY Financing. building lot with I6O ".', Priced to cell.

>!U.IO'. ERA FAULKNER REALTY I ,_... Beautiful ..... HWY lOll Lou-Ann's ,Azalea & Blueberry, Farm '
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tU-JOiS 344.5045 Over an* acre with 12\, Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsyth Road i i
IRA FAULKNER RIAITYJIMIOS ; ....... ..
D3 24000.
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: C/i. 3 .'1. 1 RA. carport.nlcolot. HWY IU .fCMtO*. \s 'U.IOUIB: "'Alooe. t44-t045' m Now Open Friday & Saturday 8:305:00'Favorite

0... 32 ac. of highdryland *.' OFF0FFIS ;
fenced Ig. shad, MADISON STREET LOOP ., ', 1.3 Varieties of Landscaping & Potted Plants
a wall. Lava l 0'frantg, .. Small 54th STREET .. '. "
barn w/aloc. cot 6.7 Acre $11..000. 4IM1o. Friendly Atmosphere Come See Us'
: ERA F.ULKNfR REALTY ly Ig. oak. ....r.I young tag., Ig. eh.... afflc .bldg.. OFF HWY 14 W v'. ,
: "...1065 pocan tr.... OWNER Excallant locatlen.k Nice 3 acre.with lots of fill REALTY6Sots Louise ft Debra Hlghtowir and Valerie Johnson Management Team *r:,.
dirt added.. ".100. IRA FAULKNIR I HWY 301 S
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H.HWV30I ERA FAULKNER REALTY B. :I Ovor acres, Ig. ........ 96!-7109 ] ",( r'.. ., Specials.gegolary1tM
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.. oautlful DW M.H.. barn, .TRACT ....80$. TI1 Mt.: soil,
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workshop Ig. parch PINE TREE INN Of .land hi Hampton ..... BY PATEWith

:;: 'U.IOCI $3*. 00. Will consider of- On Hwy. 100S. Same trees, lot of ,SAMPSON LAKE ',the. rusonablo rates. for a FREE Esllmala"
ca ,.... IRA FAULKNER RIALTY6MOSI LastYoor.
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ERA FAULKNER REALTY : homeowner Don'II. this
: STARKR 9a..1041 I IBROWNLEI ERA FAULKNER REALTY L.I:3: nice clock.ERA. Land Cleerlng, Beaches, Roads .Driveways! have clay happen ta "au.I .
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lying ..... dbl.. garage on .....'0.. ...i .m. ,0'''ACRES 9645065 Rt 1. Box 133-E (904)) 479-2724 : Evening for IBlonk ...

lovely lot. loncod t m pttolroae, FL 32C66 Day or Night leIf_.
_"'ehop. CROMY LAKI Join Country'" duh. Ownerfinancing. .rJ r HONEST ,DEPENDABLE ;L TRUSTWORTHY *>nhlpChlmny

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IRA FAULKNER U.I065 REALTY Approx. 1 ... h....... Off' ......... an tg.geat "%%. mar ERA FAIJLKNIR REALTY tAlCIlTIIIlT'Geed' a ',
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944-5045 Ho.0nly$2".*0 .,
'U'IOU .lag with low down poymoot. Ads
... jIA\IO. ......... Supervisor .
S E. [a] rn IRA 'Salaryr: $10,000 to $11.150 bated on Get Results.

:: COMMERCIAL BLDO. ERA FAULKNER REALTY "' ALMOST NEW FAUIKNIR REALTY tralnlng/axperlanc. Quarterly 'Bonus A
; Up town. Good cendltto sI 9445045MCIDW at III OltlWlli. MellI.> Hon. "
: Great 1 Mo. Vacation etc.
Fringes
"A Ac. raS.OC Shop & Compare!!
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CH/A. 4700 H|. ft. IB an TERMS
i SARATOGA HOTS. OVER 100 AC. ERA FAULKNER REALTY. Progressive Ward" Program for the handicap has, Special Insurance for
1537... ft. C/B homo, wot vlMro.- Of .land I.. Laws*y ..... opening far Individual with Intarast I enperlence with

t ERA FAULKNER REALTY bar B '.P. a ........ Will divide. .. small a* 10aa. : handkopoed, ability to train and uporvlsa client e .Mobile Homo Parks
......IOU 0.n..el..... { vEH( staff; able to direct operation of :20 client In various All type 'of

IB On a..... a.._, area.Fenced .. ,1w11.. HWYJ35FlMvp ': assembly task' and handle overall workshop opera: homeowners policies. for
ERA FAULKNER REALTY paituro. barn t).u.. with aver 17 .tions. BVBA In Rehab/Social field or AA" and 2 yrs. ox- mobile homes

I .'."0" 'U'IO" and vtllHy hoda.. PIIMI.meo.W acre. RtDUCZD. Owns'flantclsg. parlance with Industry or ..10'.... i Call for Quote *
garage Potilblo 4 acres ....011.t .1A.AULKNlllIALTY ...... Apprav.t Send ....._ tai tab Larimer, ..ecio.... tMrecterSunshine .
2% ACRES : .,.I. 9648063 ac.with 500 so.ft.metalbldg. Industrie. P.O. Ion SOt Stark. .... 31Ot1.I Olin' Mobile
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f flu. ..,. 110.500. IRA. FAULKNER REALTY ) 934803$REALTY I. i'lome'Sale. .

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3 BR. 1 IA In town. Good IRA FAULKNER REALTY m !
: ERA FAULKNER REAL financing ....11...... 445045CH 20 Aa. FARM 94-5045 964-5806 -
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1 IRA FAULKNER REALTY964sus ...... ........ and cross .m.4 *' SARATOGA HOTS.,. STARKE RADIATOR

: .* .FISHERMAN'S. fenced, workshop i shed of.10' 3 BR, .1 BA ....... Family' SERVICE
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: LUXURY LIVING Brooklyn.. Shaded let. ', *nc yr warranty. OUPtlX:, room. ".....-. wot boo.. REALTOR
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1 I* $ BA. Meny ....... 1645065 ...... CI9oe.'To'. ......... t JANE S. USHER
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44-M.s ERA FAULKNER REALTY r '....10... m. I "". or 496-2903

: m -'..SOU ';lwucvLAWIEY j ,-.r Set W.Main" St.,take et-He/

_r m 107 ACRES n : ___."In 1mMto .
Ifwtoa.REDUCED across from Country dub t ... ...i .' ....NCllTan NEW UlnNGI0IrI fd.
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i Nico ............. building.. MaDW-MH I i ffeisiedellna._.........!..las fronts S* 111 .M Ik. latl..... $U.M. Ask for Randy or Dave
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; IXC TERMS Ho. 4 IRA FAULKNER REALTY On 3'/( acre*. Kltchaaj fur; only $3,100.IRA _. *JV4 Aere with IIteoIreont ........ .......'ep". '.4 984-6810

; toeuttful C/R. 3 'R. I IA Nice .largo frame lieu... I964-506S. nished. Boa Pr.xtkfisto stev*,,. FAULKNER RIAITY964.S04S I mile off M 111;S mile oat of Ik. Butler. COf .HWY Ml ass. .
t he..... fI......... 20 aero. PrI.... at $30,000. IRA FAULKNER T64-bas RIALTYCOLIYRO. m ether fumHwr I *1 ........... IVt. .bath I block ham. Controlh.otelr.xrrq 1 ..'.1IWU.....' TMK/
1 :Vr: I ..... kitchenI. WIth double avan.dishwasha .
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i IRA FAULKNER REALTY m. : Corning. Ware sieve plus frill. Ale. ha I
IRA FAULKNER" REALTY qyja "M-SOaS : tented .back"yard. located. I blocks. to Main St. l In .Lb.llatlat. I 'Closing OutFranchise '
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if Al10.* Older. from* he_. T. beMtCA lot only S22.SOO or .hour STUN, ROAD ....,..... Has centre beatdishwasher. /. ', carpet .'..*. r....... I Is For Suzuki \
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l and I a*. Tat $".'JOO. INWmv k'y. Lg. C/B. Sutra let ... beawwh-l ..... t_- I &Kawasakl.'i; .
EXCIUINT PRICE ron.04ded. k rg. .*. large C/B !.....<. w S ..., ham.anods rotso. npol,.I .ie Acree-WOKTHINOTON SPRINGS AREA with eedtnanal 1 ,
CALL ST. for this 3 II 1% BA C/B Stone ".......', Akova, 'AevTUMS. 10 I
a rti 'Tvtbbli! Owtwr financing with smell All Blk's.
boo... Reduced home on 1 ..... Can't boat New
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to III.toO. at Ml.000. ERA FAULKNER REALTY 44-5045 IRA FAULWNMI HA1Tj' ;fit, A.PAULKNIR. RIALTY I *1SP Acrea-rnmt*r...... Ale ha 1,000 ft.......... ... I 4J 4J.At f : Dealer Cot .J'

ERA FAULKNER REALTY IRA.FAULKNER V44-50M REALTY, '.... .. .. r 64.5065 : .11 1S7. ',-NMAL.. fa" hanMnp club, came or f.r... .

"*64-SOeS E13VWro. ra .1061m R! r 4l ji*.-. ... t. W. "' 1HI. ,(;.1. Act VMACRBAOa tract leemad, S ....... from Ik.utlor. We Buy & Sell/ i 1

m. .' Owner financed, wHh /8% dawn. !. USED '. t
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DUOOUHOUU 'BEAUTIFUL ACM ........vl property. It phi M lie ....LIVING. Appro. 1ST wilt IaJ::... huC.a ......' Brkk 4)). M. I IIA, .....*.j 100 eoIwIth, ; eW feshlaned. kern from 1 Wa will still provide NOTE tori

Back of Stark Motor UM. Lot of ..had. treat. ;* 1979FI..hwa .c w.... .eeptl. ouch .... ft. C/B..... has 1414strsen. 1 buy; ... .......1' a. 'IrepIMe..,' r...... Owns< financed. Meal far.- ranch or .Meal. vice and tale as an kx

1,4* S*. ft. ..... $...000. ./. ,-..... built" pond and. ....... '- ...... Many e.. a-. ;il Over 1900' .... fl. Prfc. M develop, lot* 10 acre ranchetta. Can........, fa.a dependent motorcycle\

on. Custom awning Ira.. Incfcida. .. ;45,000. ", deal .
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CLASSirilO ADVERTISING LOCATION Corner of FRIDAY t SATURDAYS Oct. 7 'MlMO.A' MANOR MOBILE NICE ROOMt bath. -
should be tufamltted to the Church St. t Rt. 16. Dlshel, CHEVY IMFAJLAi. 350 Private REAL .
a B. 2'/i mile E.! on SR 16. 197 HOME. ,AKK.. Mobile 64.6031.10/06 tin SALESPEOPLE.
Bradford County Telegraph mltc.. electrical appliances. 95. Wood Auger bit et. V-8, Power leering, home and tpocek for rent. FOR RENT OH SALEi 2'BR Scholarship* available for :
office In writing and paid Ig. drape 'a 3/16 to 1" and bracei. reel power, brake. ,A/C. ,ftecreatlonol vehicle mobile home on SampsonLake. unlicensed persons ERA
In advance. IInl... Credit I I. bedspreads, pictures 'a type puh ,lawn, mower: 3-door stare ana radio. welcome). Phone 468-2913. Access to dock and Faulkner Realty. 964-SO6S. L '
already ectobllthed. with{ frame., clothing many fireplace croon, misc. 'See at 411 N. St.'ClolC l St. 9/16 tineMOslti .: fishing., 964.6408. 10/28 Ifn REALTY
this office./ useful items, Sat.. Oct. .. Item, Itpd 10/06 964.8872.; 9/13 tfn .HOMES FOR RENT 10/06 Itpd WE HAVE 'EXCELLENT
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF Hour 9 o.m.-l p.m. Itpd' 127 N. WATER STi Back of 1912 PONTIAC MOO Lit One mil. from Starke city THREE BSOROOM MOBILE CAREER OPPORTUNITY In -
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CANNOT M HELD RISPON- 10/06 Pest Control. Fri a Sat. Auto., air1, PS. PB. stereo, .limit Clean. Hwy. 16 W. HOMES 12x70. nlco. tales and delivery. We of. f
smu FOR MISTAKES IN OARAOI SALES ladle tilt wheel. ., cruise velour. .... ,323. tfn. fey PHONE 964-7776 \
Oct. 7 A B. 8:00 til 4 p.m. Call 10/07 964-S8I6 1 Itpd 10/06 excellent pay ., \ ., ,
CLASSIFIEDS WHiN AD IS clothing. sizes 10. 14 t 16; Women and children Interior; Payoff pfu4' $500 KirCHINRFFICIENCYRoom MOBILE HOME 12x69 $200 employee benefits and ad.vane..nl. CIOE IATEAwILLECAR

TAKEN OVID THE men* clothing tome .cloth.. and lot of equity or bet offer. / lorsjrenl! at ,low per mo. May work out all Equal oppor 205 N. Temple, Stark
TIUPHONI.Clattltled children. clothing and Interesting assorted Item. Itpd 10/06 964-6604 after 9. p.m. 9/29 weekly" rate, Call Temple or part of rant on farm. tunity employer. 964-8544 ,
deadline.It TUESDAY article of all GARAGE SALE. Fri. I Sat.. 3tpd" 10/06 .Motel." "o447397> 9/16 '964-5760 t Itpd 10/06 9/22 3tchg 10/06 -
'NOON./ prior lo art*. Carter Rd., Lawtey Oct. 7 8 8. 8.9. Hl-chalr, 1977 MONTI CARLOl Fully EOW/tff i 'l.l ; ""CIINCY/ Low weekly FEMALE Over 19 yes old for *SPECIAL* *
Thursday publication. about Vt mile. See signs equipped. dolt 964-4063. MOBILE. HOMES for barmaid. .
trailer, 17" color TV 12" ,CLEAN utllllle lurnltHed.. 3 mile 9644450. 9/29
Minimum charge I.. 15 Sat., Oct. 8 from B a.m.' Ill B/W TV Ingle .bed See at 210 St. Clolr' St. 9/29; ,rent On Hwy. 16 W. Close South of Stark on 301. 2tchg. 10/06 CORNER. LAFAYETTE i
word far $275 than 10 4 p.m. Itpd 10/06 rollawoy bed carpet, tew 2tpd 10/06 to prlWMV ,Call 4681323. Clean ft quiet. Siesta Apt*. CRUISE SHIP JOSSI Great Income ORANGE. Builder delight. 1.4
cent for each, word GARAGE SALES lot of baby machine 1977 MONTI CARLOl Need '10/07 tin;' All
ing. dinette table ? 964.7589, Itpd 10/06 potential. occupation ae. behind Pantry Pride.
thereafter. clothes, girl and boy, a 4 chair and many more some repair. Make KirCHENtmt All utllltle FURNISHED APARTMENT. 2 *. For Information $10.500. loned R2A for 'Multi-
baby furniture, women Item*. 7 mile South of reasonable offer. furnthed.| TV, air 'maidtervlce room efficiency. In Lawtey. call ((312)) 742.8620,
LAND and men. clothe, size 40 Starke on Rd. 100 on left. 9648230. 9/29 2tchg 10/06 weekly. Underwood 782.:34S8, 9/08Ifn oxt..362. 9/29 2tpd 10/04 Family.
FOR SALE mans pent, lot of hoot. Itpd 10/06 1968 FORD PICKUP Good MoteL, 3Vi mile N. HAVE TEACHING ABILITY
: 675 W. Madison St. Itpd all N. CLARK STi Saturday for hunting or work truck.: 1 ion Hwy.,301j9/22 tin Need 2 people to teoch
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10/06 only. Furniture, freezer, $800. f'rm,96A-5263.tchg'' STUDIO .AFARTMINTl HOMESFOR nutrition 8-10 hour per 503 N. CHURCH STi Well .built 2 ...". 4 SRhome.
ONE I ACM LOT facing For- 'II W. ADKINS STi Saturday fools household Hem and 10/06 Weekly,; monthly ratet. week. Will train Earning CH/A fireplace, '. gar., utll. r.... {
ytho Rd. wllhi ITS' road only 9 Ill ?? Mostly lot more Itchg 10/06 1980 FORD 'PICKUPi SWI. aim Apartments, 2314 N. SALE potential $900-$1SOO .FOR LEASE Camp. turn (lovely 2 BR,3 BA brickIn

frontago. 3750. $300 clothing. Alto mltc. Hems. PS, PB. AT, AC,' AM/FM Temple"_1'1121 tfn month. Don't call unless best location. M, DR, tpec. kit., Fla.. rm., I.

down,. appro $70 a Itpd 10/06 LOSTFOUNDFOUNOi' cassette,, new paint. UNrHJRNISHRD.3 BR HOUSE BY OWNER See at 335 St. you're serious about work.) go,. a lovely ground.
month. CaH( '64-5606.9/15 CORNER 129A MORGAN camper topper, ,hew 10-1 Si Stowrefrigerator, w/w Clair St. 2 BR.'1 BA block Ing. 782.3790 or 964 4277iMANAGER i COUNTRY CLUB ESTATESi Brick on 1'/ ec.
Hn .' ROADS Friday only. 96. chrome wheel Will trade: carpet. .'01.',.chlldre no home CH/A, Like Itpd 10/06 Skylight, fan,custom thuttert.3 BR, 3 BA,fully
TIN 1 AC LOTS lacing Pleasant Household Item, clothingand Male dachthund. for small car or ",500. pott.'964-5464. 9/15 tfn new., FHA carport.financing. a CASHIER. Papf, equip. kit.. IR w/flreplace, ..,. DR, Ig. FR
Grove Rd. $3,99S. mM. Itchg: 10/06 Brown. 301, middle of 964.5263.'ltpd' 10/06 FOR lEASBt 2 BR apartment. $39.500. Sacrifice. O Food Store. Now taking w/bay window.' Scrn'd perch e carport-SeS.OOO.

$400 down $70 a month. BIO YARD SALE. 419 N. folk town. Andrew Lawton. ini FORD PICKUP TRUCK 114 N, Myrtle. St. Nice 1-463.1323.9/01 tin application.. Apply Pep-Q.' .FORMER DAIRY QUEEN N. Temple Av*. US .
St. Friday and Saturday 9' 481-2594. Itpd 10/06 Fully loaded $8500 or best neighborhood., $26S mo. 620 S. Walnut St. Itchg 301. I : ,
Call f64.5 06..9/15 tfn CB HOME FOR BALE .Likenew
tll ?? Clothe, shoes.knlckknacks offer.
964-9743. Itchg ,depotll. Phone 10/06 .
THREE 1 ACRE LOTS SR227Brooker security 3 BR FRAME HOMEi. Excellent cond. Off Rd.
on small kitchen 10/06 3 BR. 1 BA. On 2.6 DEPENDABLE SASYSii1ERNEEDED
964-422 9/22
evening,
MISCELLANEOUS 100E.! SE 22nd
Av. 2 lon.SI8.OOO Coin.
Rd.' '$3.999.
GrIlls Stark
appliance, toy, lot 1963 sU1CK'CONVERTISLB. tfn acre loop. In our, home for
$300 down $53 a month. of other Item litho 10/06 Sharp Interior no rut, I M GUEST HOUSE Furnished 9645445.929 21pd 10/06 our two children ages 1 713 MADISON STi 3 BR home w/new roof.Clote '
9645606. 9/15 tin 426 N.; WALNUT .STt Saturday I HAVE $''.000. and deed. to new tire9646774 $179 mlh) Adult only. FRAME HOUSli 34000. 2 and 6. Mon.Fri. 8 oin.-S, to everything. $19.008 with owner fin.
13V4 ACRES on paved rood. 8-1 Clothe,. mortgage receivable anytime: Itpd 10/06 I BR' 'UNFURNISHED BR. Lg. living room and kit p.m. Call 468-2220 after S MAGNOLIA HOTEL Sterke landmark with 35 /
2 well... 2 septic tank materiapatterns/ ((432,000)) thai pay S307.0O 1978 CHIVY .PICKUP* ton APARTMENTS,, SI2S mth.. chen. Three blocks from p.m. Itpd 1006APPLICATIONS "".. 23 baths. 11,57 .... ft. Clean Roam
$3.500 per ocro. FIRM. Call bedroom set, other furniture monthly. Would like to loaded.,.431-1208: after 6 964.8404. '/22 3tchg 10/06 Soumtlde Elem. School. now being oAT LAST! The perfect comblnatlon-Oood. .looking ,
964-MT3. 9/23 4tpd 10/13 lots of odd .and purchase ,lake place tin 'p.m. 3600. Itchg 10/06 VACANCY. SOONi One Owner. '964.7707, Itpd taken at Trail Motel In home 8 great acreage One of our finest
2.ONELCRE tOTS facing end..lkhgI0/06 Keystone or' Stark. 1969, FORQ TRUCK Short bedroom apt.. Carpet, 9/29 lawtey. Apply In .person residences' on 33 ac. Split roll fence 81 modern
Fonyth Rd. $3,999 each. OARAGE SALEi NW 57th 964-8671 after 8 p.m. 6/3O wheel bate, door and bed drape, ACn walled patio. only 10/06 2tchg 10/13 ,bamt. Rich oak flooring, panelling. dome
$300 down. $60 per mo. Ave. (Was Crawford In good' ihape. Call Furnlthed or unfurnlthed.Flr .. $IR, 2 BA PART TIME EMPLOYMENT. fireplace, CH/A. 1320 ft. on Hwy. 301..
Call, (((1904)) 9645606., 9/22 Rood). Saturday. Oct. B, 8 BUSINESS 9645169. Itpd 10/06 ; and (last month rant Fireplace,Cathedral Ceiling Mutt be able to type and SECLUDED SPACIOUS, IMMACUIATEi 3 BR. 2
tfn .; tll ?? 9647240. Itpd 10/06 OPPORTUNITIES plu deposit.'Ph. 964.8601 l-Shaped LR/DR area ute 10-key calculator, BA, IK, Ig. kitchen, FR w/flreplece, -cor'one.
SATURDAY. OCT. 8t 93. Bradford Closets School. Some knowledge of barn shed B treehoute. 180x903
''At ..q.i Sot-up complete T j -__! _Lw.1JLMjm1-TIirT-IT r-p. WANTEDAXLES : I ( Village. Aptt.) come gar storage
for ha..... Shaded Heat/Air conditioner tide j 9/39 tfn J VA, FHA Conventional puter and office "york:. lot. $49.837 attum. mtg. SP $' 2.000. j
t reoblle by tide refrigerator '74 .OWN YOUR OWN' Joan.Sportswear MOBILE HOMtrS BR. Adult Financing. SSI.800 Apply In person only.Lake THAT SPECIAL HOUSE-BR.3Vt BA. Swooping' .
and i beautifully land. Bonnevllle" factory outlet Infant, ft .TIRESi Two axles I : lonly.I No pet. 964-7619 or CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION Chevy-Old. 1901 N.<'Tm. staircase rises to 2nd story Fella window for
coped. 964-4813. 10/06 fabric zippers. button, Preteen Ladle Apparel and four lire., Highest. 964-86)4.) .Itchg1# 10/6 9M4M9 pie Ave. No Phone Call*! .......ty/b..t Insulation fireplace, 30.22garage .iz
3tpd 1013COMMIICI"'L ..., clothing and many Combination occettarie' price 'paid Oreen't LARGE OFFICE Located on Itches 10/06 at The Woods, Country club SM.OOOatium.
PROPERTY other useful Item First or large Site-,at_ Notional Welding Shop, 301 South .US.301.:Excellent parking, mtg. at 9%. SP $'*.,OOCJ. J
FOR SALE Let M20.1M houte left MooseLodge. brand Jordoche Stark., FU 964-9Q07. 7/07 '
on by
: \ $15O mth' ,.96448IO day, CHARM }.
AND COMFORT of 3 BR, 3 /
nearly new
eccett off Ml.12100. lot Itpd 10/06 Chic Lee Levi. Vanderbilt 13tchg 10/27'" ((964-8236 night 9/29 tfn MOBILE HOME FOR SALE (
111x153 occm .ff ... GARAGE SALEi Sat.. Oct.B, trod Cunne Sox, Esprit WANTED TO BUY COTTAGEi. SMAlL. SEHVICI STATION ,. .72.12 WILL BR Mobile Homo IA stucco 8 In Ccmerly kitchen.Estates wtreditlonolfireploce ( x x.60TH
$11,500., lot 3-IUdA acc ,9 a.m. til ?? Miscellaneous Brlttanla Calvin kl.ln.Oc.an Handyman' Special only 'located on US 301 and SR AC/H. Good Condition pretty '
COM off 30U $13.900. lot Itemt. Corner Waters St. a Pacific., Evan Or 'lot ca..lok.or Inlet. Call| I6i With pie. compressor Troller Lot ..Avellable-M.ke AD..ln"-t/ TOWN 8 COUNTRY Brick home 3 ER, 2 -t.1 .f

.. "..u ." Market Rd., Road 16. Itpd 10/06 Plcone, Haberdashery! '9 p.m. to "8 p.m4 and outside 1U|.. S17S mth,. 9U.5430 BA CH/A Ig. lot on Rd. 230.
7,1fIO.| All .lot zoned. commercial FOUR FAMILY YARD SALEi Healthtex, 300 other 1-904-629-5399.. till.4fpd. Call 964.-68IO days COUNTRY ESTATEl Immaculate 3 BR CH/A. j
W. Some .lot nodown 798 W. Pratt St. Clothe, $7.900 to $24,900. Inventory \ 10/13 '964-8236 night*. 9/29 tfn Located on 25 8 acre. CR 13S-S64.900.
furniture, a mi. 9 a.m. til airfare training fix NIID FEMALE ROOMMAi'I/ CORRICTION$3' OFFICIRSi .LOCATION-IOCAT10Nt I 8R, 2 BA facing Golf

term Cell payment 964.7071 to easy oo 4 p.m. Saturday. Itpd tires,grand opening, et4. ,.House. ,112*....... and; .Viutllltle .Are you looking' for a clean Court Custom drape,one.gar., greenhouse.
10/06 Mr. loughiln (612)) *. Depotlt; place to rents near prison? Greet view. Owner financing. \
lot*. Investment pro .OATORBONE LAKE (KH)).4'A 888-6555. Itpd 10/06 Negotiable. No children. Call u*. ... r"I323. 10/06 SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARMS 34 ...... 2
perty. 10/0 tin. mile north of Keystone, SOMETHING DIFFERENT: COIL 964-8979." .ltdp 10/06: '4tdaIf,1d27"F' homes, 4 chicken houses,pecan grove Improved

follow slant. Pool 1 table, Proven 'breakthrough In'' .. .' TWO, 'OOMI FtU"1"_ .. po.t..... elate to city limits.SR 230A a b OA., .. .
i MOBILE desk exercise .board, low cot housing Natlohal BOATSartFlylr4TLMA r one-large, and a .s.r "I I quiET RETREAt! ON;.1 Ac. at S4th St. off St. Rd. I I. I
Lr JHPIVIES Wilton cake pant, roller manufacturer .I Is .eeknp"| .""' ... trI J..nI. bqrree,cenetractlon. J Brf 3 BA attractive
t.re.- ... ., .tiketetoytfelltrfetr. '*.If."rep* '..-tetectOfeoe"forleel KNO'LrlfEkt; JJ35 6 5430. call I and make kitchen Fireplace.

SALE clothe,.;c. Saturday Oct. framed home and a 1 l-f oppolntt.'ftehg' 100q6j, .47, AC.-47 ,PECAN TREES Attractive' brick I
hp'Johnson Irof ,
Thrutter.; ,1
8. Itchg 10/06 complete line of metal home.
ffJ"FOR FRI.. I SAT Oct. 7 A 8, "5. !buildings., Energy sfflclenhmaintenance Ing motor. Call 964-8693'' MOTORCYCLES MADISON Sti Former Cat-Main bldg. $25,00. y
HOME SAlISt '
lid SOX after 5 30 p.m. 9/29 Ztthg .
Comer of 233 Morgan tree
'60 A. Prime land off SR-23S
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
vied mobile TRI-HOlll:
and Hwy. 18, behind Han under conventional. $3500 ISVt PT. 75 .4.78 A. 11000. Owner finance.MH .
: homo' for tale. Walter dy Way. Itchg 10/06 refundable Investment re- model: Open trl'hull with 1980 ,HONDA .4001. Brandnew .
\ 3/3 loc. 301. $32.000
(Bud) Alvarez Invite you 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE (US qull ed. Far complete Information SO hp Merc electric start conditions less than on ,
S Acre 103th St. L 112.000..O.IIENT .
to come out and browte. Ml) at lift Place Sandwich package call Mr. motor $1900. 964..731."Ipd 3.000 miles. SI.400.,Call 1-2 A 3 Bedroom ApU. wtey
Highway 17 South Shop. Antique, furniture Bruce at 1-800433-3559.. 10/06 964.3997Itpd 10/06
Palotka. Flo. 329-9551 or lot of goad clothe" and -'.. = =' ----L. 1978 O..IUZUKI with otceitorle ;. .., .From M50" to '297" *2 Store on Call Sr.-New roof. A CH/A.
.320-4682.9/22 Ifn19ta mltc. Hemi.iFrl., Oct. 7, 9 I plu' *. two) .Corner Madison 8 Westmoreland. Farmer

TRAVEL TRAILERS 28 ft. am.i111 T? Itchg 10/06 SALEi Paying Cash Bargain C.nt. .r helmet See at 397, .4501.Nju.t Cherry sell St.' 1530 W. Madison, station but could b.*.most. .any.s.commercial' ..
Set TWO FAMILY YARD '
Excellent condition. upon '
: for\ 301 S starkAluminum IVININOIlllACOOM '
lot or will move. Must Stainless steel potv, good 964-4239,10/06 2tpd 10/13" IIIUAL Notes Phone 964.6312 .y........ .UWraNOUnAWM4.UMOVIf ,.
..odd 8 ends, dishes. anti Can* '964.667's > WAHOtl4.r4M taut CHA.'AN t41tf I
_. 964.5997,8500.1 silver a gold 1e* WAYS,DOUG/A.nt-Wtl ANOf CO.*......" I IMAIITHA
1006FOR que jewelry 32 C.nt* P.r Lb. < :Classlfte4.AdsGet Bomo.11.itn ....*..HlIION."HH [
AU ORIENT, 3 BR, house, plant Thurs.t Fri. Copper ere** .Window* '''Door Results PAYS MUUIN*4W-IM*
.' Sat. a Sun. Baker ;Rd.. ;;
1 Vt IA trailer on one acre. Every Wednesday'Beginning PVCI / .
follow *lgn.. 100 E to CR. lj t' 4 [ .
Stove and refrigerator. 214 to Baker Rd. 473-4704. ;Aua. 34 Plumbing Supplte*' Well
Call after 6 p.m. 964-4133. Itchg 10/06 Behind hfitenecttonSN131 Croroed ..,... ',Water. SoftnorUiedFuniirur Crawford fI, Q"n's'IJI "ED;" l Classified Ads Get Results
Itpd 10/06 ,
FUITWOOD MOB4LIHOMIl GARAGE SALES Saturday. SR 100 _,- ( *' 8roth.rs I .: : Drilling'
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Oct. 8, B a.m. HI f T Next to ; : f.r:
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3 BR.2 BA. Central! Bodcockt. Sponsored byBCSFSA.ltchg Northeett FloridaRecycler ;Electric Appliance*: 'Concrete Drlvoway '//I. .r '. .r.. t't. *
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electric. sr., 2" 6" MINI ;
H/A. Completely : 10/06 1 40Ff.Leng-8Ft.Wlde. ,.....''h1" ftft e
On f acre. Cleared well 610 COLLEV ROADS, Fri. a '. ;With Concrete Wire Fast notaryDrilling .
optic. In Crosby Lake Sat., Oct. 788. Go chain .' t tI ''tot $500 Equip.
Ea_. Set up and read to taw 'flberglat 14' boat. r--- -'-
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'964-4166.10/06 move In. Only 3tpd$77000.10/20 9 reel% hp. mlKollanaou motor trailer, rods Itpd, I CC: Mini ;Storage 1 ,..24132 7.2.32.49ri .Stats... .lensed."" ."IORAGE

S 1 BEDROOM VA BATHl. 10/06 __. i I Pupa
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Renting j jBx1Z
$5500. s.. to appreciate. S ,,7:1:41. ,. . ... 473-7683
lane 3 (Standing Klngley Ml 2-3 BR 1 BA In,Waldo. : 8x12 10x12: '12x18 i"', v1 v1f a' t I /New;& Used Location Hwy 3O1 Next to McDonaldcSterketV .
lake (Off :320).. 10/06 Rent with" option In town- j HWy 1OO Keyttg
EOWtfnf.ISubscribe Clean. $39.300 ,Oood Inquire .at Suzuki-Kawasaki of( Starke t0..l'Y.. les'Parts'6ervic

284-3 BR 1 BA In Lawtey, Hwy 301 S.; 964.6020"'FLORILAND ) ; 71 E-Z,;Terms .
/ Furnished many pecan L .
: and fruit trees. 1.S3 oc. pBJB'BJB BlBBJ>r ve l s B>sW>vewsji i>BsieCOMMiflCIAU Cash Reg st.r, Plumbing *WAREHOUSE OR COMMERCIAL BUILDINOt On U...
; BLDOt 1 301 between Starke 'a lawtey. Good beetles for
corner.000.lot.Term Frlved right. REALTY I' 2.000 sq.: ft. (eta|7.SOO. Far Sal.. .. ....,. ..... . ','' business servicing' eree between Jecktonvllle *

,"VACUUM $26 1294-2 BE.".3 BA ((1982)) : .BEAUTY. SHOPj. barbershop 139900 N. Installation Gainesville.. $ph... power 1 roll-up doer 9,000....ft.

.Home. Furnished skating rink, tome Rent f month .R emodtllipg Repairs Long Term Owner Flnenclng. .
SALE Mobile .964-7700. ', or or._$ '
on 2 oe. Fenced: metal th-. equipment,'$28: :,000.. .. p ,' : '".11.'.'" ': .,. '*3 ACID Just oH S.R. 14 Wert-SI0,000.
NEW &' USED I,' ed. $39.000. 'm-N. Tempi AV..dStark.shPa .9 BR. 2 BA.:'IAR'1v/large(' Rent Durrars'ccPUMP& *LAKE .GiNIVA-Brlck. home en large take. lei.
'" 1.'" eeVd:ftattOrJsf* cellInfl Office Furniture Dutiful' view, huge live oaks end meny. flowering
W. Finance Our.Own LORRAINE CHAMPIONBretV'SaletmtM. .Vernle P:Odom Broker/j- GUI 1 \ !MWr, water "toffneri Weekly .t..,' t '. r .hrub.: Urge 3 BR-2 IA In excellent c......_. Owner

KIRBYS $5p,0'SPORTSMANS 1 ; $ ] : will consider flnenclnf. 'to.OOCJ.
Monthly
ROYALS .j... 1 i 1 DftEAM: SUPPLY *MICE OLDER HOME. Lewtey. 4 .... Control Heat a

EUREKAS NEED TO SILL.WALNUT/ STREET'HOME' Flth camp Sompton Lake.1.72Jo .Byyear Air 1 Fenced yard .._"1. mortgage. .let w* >hewyeu

HOOVERS .- :Prke; reduced. 1 |M, Awnebe) Mtg <.. lo ft.,ow Samp- r ra. .COMPANY. . . this one today
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ELECTROLUX : .on .L sett ala..760 ft. on canal, The / r> '.:.' > '*.LAKE BROOKLYNi Older home with BR/2 BA. Knotty

FILTER QUEENS I I ,,.. your choices HIh *. 'dryre; .,, .. 'Ao.''';Y'.'QwerFInencing. bar room,game room bolt 9641V., p4ne.tongue.ft:groove paneling. Walk to Keystone
SEARS I I '' .. '* "' A'tackle" ibop..dlvingryNntere ; Office Shop Tt.7nlPd4/7/ A.I .-. Nelgkts ahoppl"I' GeM eendlHant $...100.

COMMERCIALW 838 N.Temple Ave,, :,J% Acre 100A.. $5.001 P .bgoti, "lctc...., Starlee F STARKIi. BR. 2 Beth .home off SR 14 W. Central' _
'32091 FOE RRNT$' .14,AC-Lovrtey:;Beautiful' -, <. ,. I elr fireplace, patio. lOA ecre. *.Tkl .home I* very nkeand -
.repair) aU makes I SteL'' ; wrrfc," ;' ... 3 lip W? Call I '.' : .....
.Hsoipfon. .-0e.nnwr Ahe. imetJ frailer'. add-on.... .;' \\rnP,l pestur. fenced. 4 '" only ebouf 6 yeera I
:STROUT \ wells t 2 eulvertt.',_$3300ACftif 964-5764 064.7061' ,*S ft 18 ACRE TRACTSi North of Starke. The owner ta
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1997 !I REALTY 20 'w>MoVlleItltklufcjpXrJKech. ) I I *DUPUXi Neon Keystone High School. Geed rental I
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: .eaa'O.A/aa.. ........ Iar\Leau'IOI/e' / \ property Each unit 3 BR, t BA. Greet 1_. 711 Sq. Ft.
964.6918 MOKU SRus. : ., 1"1''... '.is< ig. :LIMITED riME; :;ONLY Constructed In 1,.,. $...OOCJ. .
3 MB8I lid BfSunn I .((904))9644911 A"I tree, '*EXECUTIVE HOMIi Ranch. tyfe.4 BR-3 BA with pool
US 301 .After Hour 47H096' .p.o:, 'I ..oo"'. .,"*."".. on 1.6 ecre*. Overlook lake. .........1,.. 2200 Sq.. Ft.Atiumeble .

; .... en'.... 'AUCTION' IIWqftNIH'F'uI.. f: mortgage. Owner will consider End mertcjege. -
c:::::: WAcarport
I .PA ref :MO,, Bldg "'Iot',:3 ...: 9, BA 3 tor. brick veneer, 1V4 batft,! central / ....000. ", : .. _
'r: ,1IfQ ear P 3301'' t 4 ,2. ,ac.LawtayMust ; ; and STATE ROAD 290 EASTt.Beautiful) J BR. 3 BA home en
carpeting
KINNEY :232 Ft.ost U$ : i '*.*., to i,Of. utwty room I t',(plus) ..... 2-";w !!""'Q.. within. div n....... $84,900. I
WAYNE 'I 1 Mr. ..of Gtorta.. PI91e. $UI 301 "' ; Iotol 'Owner4. flnone10K on your lot .' *HIH8RON SPRINOSi, 4 Acre cleared t .fenced." ,
Ot, 19 $ .. .tot' "hvit ,,4 I .
,1OA.M.Satt, f13. i Avanablo. Slt.ttOO. Offer Wentedll
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HEAPING t AIR COND.NEWREFRIGERAniON J .. ... J/.. I : 'la I"(ft"[' .' $31'looo *MINO DAIRY ROADS 7 Acre rfth 1400 front feet en

; ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE REPAIR AoSdm/ ii Day r' rol! f'I6W.t.21'withiF. ;. f r the ...... Bring lit offer.16700.. S
.pocfal 24'-4'' HoIItO LAKE BUntRi.3IR-3.....flreplece. ,central .hoot I. elr.nvo .

,t ..... \ BANKRUPTCY AUCTION "! 4 4M '' "-,.epttc'took.*. 'PHONE'' s > ecre,:reel nkel $.0.'".

1 : bE'R$11t tTES M 's i4 $IIp4WG"C""v", gorag"/c rport.iJtUty 964-6853; 334-6653: .
MTAuJ.oo..s. I Fruit tree.
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0 MAINTENANCE 4 REPAIRS t TI IM SeNVICR 4. ,Ow.f 100 Truek.l'Autvs;li4trm; s fevorol. tract Of'acreageIn : :

1., THIlDUGIIC1l1T-AA' ; oNABIE 6l1CEN5E0 'Tractor' -t Tarnt' Iqulamtxtt.. ... Lawtey aria..W.OCO andUfporae. ; Longchamp" -y (Inc.;: ,
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_FOR. RENT WANTED, t, ois PERSONAL PERSONALTYPINOr YARDSALIV, ,:: ti.'" I r. ./1"(., ''}"...I ,{,,... 'R' I '. .f:-' Ai; ,,Set'ens ; :
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OFFICE AT BUSV CORNER USED VIDEO GAME Wisi',* "SERVICES"rCAftPIHTRY : ;/ \i'I i .SERVICES ,I.' WANT / I. .jl.I' f, "
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can for Intellevlslon. 473-44M. '. Sold*..HV till-.. ...WIVIODj S S't ..;. YiK ,"' ', ,' V )' |W., '\. : "11 '
b.SR-21 teen from SIM and 10/6 Knchfl t l AND MASONRY 'academic orbusiness. mlta" ?.wsHrt./ of Keytonl. '1K011RtalEPlgll'x' ppirtime;( '' With thit tni l la tIm atr Heat cornea with; fall, cooking I IB the farthest thing,'. .

location.Intersection. Prim PROMSSIONAL pmsoNiseeks WORK Building' patios Editing If Melolit Watch for slfrmi act' Must' hevp'.xprlrinc. Mail However of our minds., ; ),,; ;. / v-.8yj--4w&SW-; '
4733411.106 Call nlc 2.' M horn' addition, remodeling desired. letter, *,- Oak. 10/61tpdwI;; phases of booMmeplng.end ,'torn* people have t.rii tamlUes'to; feed Bird the following, are
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front 'InKeyitone
PARTIALLY FURNISHIDl3BR. Preferrobly lake .homes and tll. work. Freee.nmates manuscripts, term papers 1-TAMILYl chid Oct.. M, ,"5. OtN,1 Teurn* toP.O.. lox somer meal-stretching; idea,
balllpark.
., m bath mobllehomeIn 479-3020.10/6 area.rfnchg Call, before 5 p.m.. Phones 10/6 473-4473 tpdCAIP.HTlIl etc. Great rotes. 473-4697 and lots and ofexperience. Aw.. Lot acros*of from good.i :;$47, Keytone Height .. ', '. :
Metro Lara Ffarfeia, I2M6. Ischa 10/0
area. YOUNG PIIOPIISIONAli WORK children. clothe., toy;:
porch. Responsible couple seek sane to share. 2 BR Remodeling work kitchen leave Debbie message Carlson P or. O.writ Bon! household 'Item. 10/6; WB HAVI tXCtlLINtCAwe SAUSAGE CASSEROLE,- .r',1"av' .,

tlnchg want.d. 479-1368.10/6 month lake nous and.half. 1129.utlllti.s.473.3182.v.nings.10613 per. cabinet and trim carpen 975. Keystone Height, Fl.. BARGAIN llckg ,. HUNTERS .'<-'salts) toml\telhrin/i* otvoRTUNrry! We' 'apfn JIn. One pwrul ndSauHiaeplDtnorlit. ,;' "t i1 i- I"' ,'' '-'. 'I\ :3/4cupre'wrto. ;" {l
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COMPLETELY FURNISHED try. Reasonableprices.' 32656. 10/6-13; 2tchg BONANZA* Sat. Mil 3.2, : ; f.II.ltt can Cream ef Chicken eovp i I' ,*;I fc >,/ \K, -f'1\ I ,' j";:; cup water -

2BR., 2BATH home on I' p.m.Call 10/6 473-2477 tlnehgCARl'lNTaYr after 5:30: SEWING MACHINES yard sales' ,7 famlll.**. Fair-V Smploye.,,"lb nefipr.,;"pay qndodyancerrtsst 1/J: cup......,onion*bellpieoer'4. :' !;!,( ,,;-V. ', :'114....:(round corik"..

Gotorbon Lake, with Installations REPAIREOiAII make way' Aw*.' Furniture, foy tjsom ( eglroop.: /" % Deed water rchtmrt, ,'/' ;! 'v.s *'/. ;; ,; t salt. B eepoer. te testy
repairs. / Ii
llrploc. Available LOST/FOUND 1 doors, windows cleaned, oiled 'and ..... npw) kids "arid- "portunltf:,, employer. .1/4............* '/ ;3*',v".V ( *t.+' '" '' h' -;:'foil., ?, .:
September 1 through May i.I.I. ), cabinet shelving lusted. $IS. Work dulls, clothing' bosketrecord ,*,' p64-;R541. ./M 3Mha 10/06 Brown. sausage, drain off for: MW fn"t( alnlng.Ingredients. Pour,'Into cosseral s. >
31. 400month. Keystone LOSTi White mal bull dog partitioning paneling. Call guaranteed. Jams *, children, book,, cover. Bake at 350 In preheated oven for ,35 to 49 minutes. .. / ', "' / I; .
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wearing rd collar. IVM\| 473-2S2O. 10/6 tfnchg Strickland corner Morgan copying machine! bare ',' ." ,
REALTOR 4734961. 10/6
tfnchg years old, weigh 80 lb..\ CARPENTER WORKS No lob Rd. and Hwy. 16. Stark paperback. and lots. ,Subscribe !, H, w -p, '' '

3BR., 2BATH HOME ON 1 Hat light tan circle oni(' too big or too _II. 30 7/14 Ifn __ more. .10/6 Ifpd- .' ''' > .'\.. CORN PUDDINO' ,'. '
bock. If found call Broti xprlnc With : '' \"'- (,ir
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ACRES Available $32S/month.September 7. Cole, 473-3119. 10/6 '; references. 473-4189. 10/6 MISCELLANEOUSBINGO. CARS. TRUCKS, ..; ..;-o": t'b'>te3js4'. ..\ One can creamed com 3 egg.slightly b.*...

Keystone Height Realty FOUND In Lake Geneva; tfnchg. &BO TS"1, ': ..4 .\! -1\; ( : ,' !10 evil.....IIe, \\Io cup light cream or I cup milk, < I tsp.auger(mere If yore like) ,
mall CARPET AND VINYL repairs \ '........... v" "
'Inc.. REALTOR 4734961. Estate oreo 6 mo. ... .AMERICAN -' jCiOctflBKofoKf fWedding 3 butter or mergarine ;- I T.grated safest
tiger-colored cat with i and Installations Fro 1/4 pimento and ,chopped '.11" 'AI t.p sal.
10/6 tfnchgPARTIALLY LEGION HALLSr-21;Satur.days : :" .:MONITOR( cup green pepper ..
FURNISHED whit markings on chest estimate Ten year ex- and CUSTOM VAN New 19*3' "' 'D.sll *l Wck. pepper "* '' '''I .' ''''''f'*
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1BR., IBath mobllehome and paw Hen flea collar'' I prlnc Call 473-4217 2.' .p.m.p.m.Public. Sunday Invited.. Chevy Vans, V-8 outomatle fly=ttIo.' Combine Wt.. beaten lightly then corn. Stir well! Add milk': cream and butter:'
Metros area. large living on and I* well behaved. and osk. for Craig. 10/6 10/6 tfnchg. transmission with >,overdrive >" \ .( then add all other Ingredients and mix well. Pour Into greased I V* qt.coo_". Bake

room porch. Responsible Call 479-1243. 10/6 tfnchg ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSl power sterin3power ;t ,' uncovered at 300 In preheated oven one hour or until firm In center.Test !by inserting ,
RETIREMENT HOME AND .
couple want.d. 1175/mo. Closed brakes, power wndaws I. ,knife Into(Wntar of casserole. '" '
plus deposit. Call 6846634. NOTICEC1ASSIFIIO : HAIRSmiNO. CENTER All meeting Monday 8 power door lock*., .. "- ', '" v' : .
roof. OFFERING p.m. / -
10/6 tfnchg tinder on* Open meeting Friday 8 Panasonic ppund 'system : ftONfER ; I ,

should be submitted ADVERTISING th I'\assistance: Certified and CPU nursing trained p.m. Alonon Monday 8 4 tilt. captain whe11 chairs;running and beard couch;,;' I-E..CTJtIC.. 0.c.1, : \ BANANA,NUT BREAD \ .,.?,
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,............. ,. Lake Region Monitor office* staff; 24 hour supervisionfor p.m. All meeting 0'Educall1 Beautiful' .Interior, and SMI.tsrtor aft a1I.r. Pals Sp.clal',' I \ leup'tugar' *

1 Steve ,Broadway* '1 In writing and paid In advance senior citizens: hotmeals Church Building 473-2790 Community .. $14,400 and with, .' ; 2M AMP.s2M I :3 cu.IIaw.v1 ,, i .
week, or 1 Itsp.MO* .V4fsp.t rtI
units : day or long !dual &r.op.of; the Lin,. ,, I A"YW......, '
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1 TREE SERVICE already established with'' term stay'' STYLINGCENTER OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS tfnchg $1'.900.' Compar! ..r:: .. ;.:.....lltnedfedC.wst r, ; up-"act..S. ;.or...;.3). ) t llM.
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for the public; '$21,000 U1iI ; .t cup/Mrt.cheeped i Vi cup butterml
Removal i ii this office. precision, styling for _nand No due, fee or weigh ins, T parc-1oGnk; I I 11'. mehd ......". v' .-, / '' t
financing Phone
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT ;
i Trimming BE HELD RESPONSIBLE woman: perm and Open meeting Tueay', Gainesville! 3320903. 10/6 . ,1' Mix first four dry Ingredient,add all other Ingredient Mix wt lI. Pour Into'w.llgreased '
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J. FOR MISTAKES IN hair-coloring. SR-32S p.m. Community tfnchg .. .' .W" ; loaf pan 'lined with Waked paper let wand 10 minutes, then bake at 390"
Stump Removal CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS Hampton 468-2619. 10/6 Church Building; Educational K.y..on.H.lghto '113 4TUMPKNOCKERI ..".".ii-11"-."....'. .about 49 minutes to.I hour.'Test' It at"5 minutes let.stand minute before removing ;

Free Estimates.. TAKEN OVER THE rlnchg 473-2790. 10/6 fiberglass bass boat 39 hp from pan. ..
; MIlL DO TYPING In lys.
my trolling "motor. Rigged ,
Firewood -I TELEPHONE.Classified deadline It ho..... Book report, TELL TH BOSS complete. full cover, extra t,. : : .F....+/r+wa.+w...-.-.-.-.- w.-.a.-.-.-.-.-r.-.-.-.-.-.-.-e-+.-.-.-+r s t+}.-.-..-.- -

: 473.4732 rOl.U"'..', *tc. Call WHAT YOU REALLY THINK clean. Ilk. Must '
Tuesday new. see
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Alter 5 P.M. s Thursday publication. AM 473-2898.:LOOKING. 10/6 tfnchg for houses Of HIM- to :appreciate' $3.679* .1NISb .. :' Th-;' ,Looking Glass I
473-7198: < .
1 K.y.ton. Height 1 11i word Minimum for $2.79 charge then I I. 15 10 and businesses to clean.' OnBoss'Dey Oct. 16 10/6 tfnchg:e.; 'i I-396-486B.' .' . rI Styling Center #1 1442F

Ucn. d 1 Insured Call 473-3364 and ask for ft the .
i .i cent for each word Say only way I
thereafter. Pair 10/6 Itchaj Hallmark CanTHIOFflC.SHOP ; '..'f{ Vvishes for their hew, W. Madison a 964-HAIR 0 Stark

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Ads no W. Cell St. '. '. ( '. Hallmark O,
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WANTEDWill LOST/FOUND ir HELP FOR RENT '."FORBID, i .:cffk.toor ; '

WANTED "-, .' .' \ t

PAY CASH For Your LADIES GOLD IU11OVA I TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING .
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mobile RoyPowell
used TFN. WATCH lost Friday night at WE. HAVE EXCELLENT MACHINES FOR RENTi FIVE VEHICLES FOR BIO ,,1 I C : ,<
4963377.
UCHS football game., CARTER OPPORTUNITY 'In Union County Times, 150 Will accept sealed, .old'till .
InSlark. .
Wanted rent 1 lease Looking
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.. CLEAN- or 3 Reword offered. Phone ale* and delivery. W* offer Main, Street Lake Butler: 2:00: p""'". Frt. Oct.,14. 1972 C'Y\ \ The Glass.
496-2940 Ellxson. Phone 496-2261 for Information .
Mary .
excellent 1972
'Dotaun.J 97a Datsun. ,
BDRM unfurnished houseor i pay n Center #11
apt! by working couple 1-chg 10/6 employee ..*..*.1.. andodvancement. TFN 10/1 International, truck Styling

reasonable. Call 4963263., Equa'i opportunity FOR BDRM RENT 3 BDRM LONG, luml.had'TERM 2 aluminum ,;Jbody. w/llft. .450 Lawrence* Blvd. 11 473-7944. Keystone; ) Hgts.O .
1pd FOR SALE employer. ? 1977'.Chrysler; 178 'rI r
mobile home $180-$210. I
Ford plcfc-up. Farmers and .
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INSURANCEMAINES BRICK HOUSE For sal* by Pine 4962366. UFN 9/29 I..chg 1016. i r / .On All Colors andO
owner.3 BDRM, 2.....W-W MOBIL HOME 1 BORN .' f.- 2 5 ,/ DISCOUnt PermanentWav.i' '

carptlng central o/h. Subscribe Today I perferobl retired person '0 trsissfk Cad4 xr. .
INSURANCE AGENCY Fence, 1 and 1/4 acre land. or.anyone with r. _. >"up thru the month of October. 1983r
160 S. lok Avenue, 439 S.E. 2nd St. LakeButl.r. UNlONCOUNTY Phone "963130.chg Subscribe, '
lake Butler 4963978. phone 496-3923. 'TIMES "' ", "hM'Mobile Home . Tin.. = SPECIAL FEATURE --- .' T

Complete Insurance Ser 4-chg 9/13-10/6 \I'' 496-226J BDRM. 3 BH,, CWAir'-nIce 3Todau" ,r/ :. Wfiet New Man Hair Replacement Services ; -
vice. TFN. TWO RED CAST IRON location. Phone ..496r3018 togy.' .,.P 'N. !hap ; ; w i
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ESTATE all day. Tues.-Frl. < .Mtl4 Nt99frPf1' + } MMMM M 1F .1:'"
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call after TO ,fief : : .
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LOOKING PIECE OF FOR PROPERTY A SPECIAL If I ,,1 9/29 tow 135 10/6 Ibo. with six pig JAX FORD TRACTOR CO., INC. t i \\ : ,

don't have It, I'll find It two weeks old $50.00 FOR LOW FINANCING RATES
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Just ask. JANE S. USHER, 1 barrow 120 Ibs. $35.00 a, ? T..n.nn
REALTOR. 496.2126 or 2 mal pigs 30 Ibs. each .
496-2903 eves. "Your $20.00 for both. Phone I I,

Union/ County' Realtor." 4963332. 1 1- pd .

8/04 tfnCauldw.ll 176 Honda MO In vary good t .. .
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M.M.Parrish cond. $7'0. Phone
Bankers and Associate 496-3789 1-pd : \ .
Owner FinancingBe VW Dun Buggy 1600 CC I
a gentle farmer. Brick fiberglass body $700. ,, fOR LESS
home on 10 acres. Great Wood Heeler 10000.
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room with fire place, 3 1971171 Harley Dirt and .y a a. .t

BDRM, 2 BH split plan. street motor cycle, $400. '
Assumable mortgage with Phone 431-1407 keep try- Tt8TAGERATE' .BUY'THE $598
owner holding second Ing. 1-pd -
mortgage financing SOW appx. 190 Ibs. with 8 PAIR ,
FINANCING FORWo' _
135000. pig $95. Call 462.2659
One to ten acre lots after 6:00 p.m. 1-pd: 10/6 UP TO 48MONTHSl. II I
available. .
Registered Poland Chin I
River front lot heavily Boar B mths old $150 I

wooded. 496-2703 after .6:00: p.m.
IS acre large trees rolling 2-pdAPIIANCES: Buy and take delivery of any rr'"r
land $2.000 an acre. AND FURNITUREFrostfree I
new Ford Series 10 tractor 0'I'
We have many other properties refrigerator '
for sole 372-9379 or $175., washer $125. sImmons or powerfulTW Series ,.., '.r i
496-3022 tractor between(
king-six bed$139 Septem- -
double bed $50, queen- bar 1 and November 30. Fnvsr.ao rcv er "<'

PERSONAL complete size bed $79 double, twin bedroomsuit bed"', 1983: We'll help arrange arat'ax9aS o wAaam sp ,

SERVICES low 8%% FIXED ENERGY er r T '
200. living room suit :. SAVINGS/ '
$279, queen*lie bedroom ANNUAl PERCENTAGE
DORMAN WELl AND SEPTIC suit $300. 10,000 BTU A/C RATE financing COLOWATEI'..
TANKPackag deal; well 1982 model RINSE OOC400D
$150. queen j
for for .
drilled water qualified buyers
pump new bed 120. new double bed
instolatlon' of septic tank $95, wood ,dlnetle/cholr up to four full years I It WWA310a HEAVY DUTY

drain fields and left ta- '100.! smoked glass t through Forid Credit ii'F3FSVRS'Sts'>tR sis '_ .. HEAVY DUTY DRYEFJ "
lion Mobile home pole dlnette$13S sofa $79, set .t'1J a Timed cycle.! ..up to
available. All work of norltak) china $400 Company.OR ... TFF24R WASHERHot .. 140 minulss .
guaranteed call Tommy 752.0277 Providence. DELAY YOURPAYMENTS "', wash or warm wash a Up-front lint filter; '

NEW Dorman CREDIT 275.2151.card I UFN Nobody 9/1 HELP UNTIL APRIL 19841 :, I '2' (0" .0' .F'F e Energy-saving I.mperslur.selecllons cold;' clean Eaayloaee-easylo

refused Visa/Mastercard.! Also Call WANTED Prefer to delay payments Instead? We'can help arrange up to 7;,, .' .. water rinse!

803-687-6000 Ext. C-1136. months waiver of payments for qualified buyers followed by up to four: NO.Ff1lO8T {FOOD SAYER'

4-pd 9/22 9/29 10/6 REAl ESTATE LICENSING In full years of 104%FIXED ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE flnarwing )REFRIGERATOR\ -' .

AEROBIC DANCE Mon. and Lois City. IRM School of on all TW tractors and Series 10 tractors (excluding 2310). You'Pfe .,23.5c'V: fak; +,\ttf '.117 0'1.1, Ither.r, JBSOOQ '
Thurs. 9:00-6:00 UCHS Rm Real Estate. Phone v' V.MolstTn Fresh and Cool '" Fresh storage 'v I '
137-B. For more Information 7554006. TFN 7/14. make no additional payments and finance charges. will not begtn-fe. ,'.,' ,f 1 \ ; cknvertiblemeat pan and .,--" --t--:"" 30" ELECTRIC.:.

call Tom Rymer FREELANCE WRITER Earn big accrue until ,a.pt'111.19841 ;;.. ., jcccmip.Qiimens ; ; -cubes RANGE _
496-2449 or J. McGinn money fat and easy ; J.I Plspnsr deliver crushed J.cei: s P-7 self-cleaning: '
964-5078. 2-pd writing .article and. short 10%% ANNUAL PERCENTAGE KATE A, it !::; '4 ,fi"sn10. chilled water.:. (hrou '!.'the, ,!_door! .oven system

CUSTOM (MADE Droprle. stories from your own FINANCING ON 1000 SERIES TIlACTOJlIV' J ..- I. Two S" and two'S"'
Valance and Spread call home. Call 1-716-842-6000 6t?( alit Calrod surfuce
496-2219 or 496-3143 for Ext.49O3I.2-pcI9/2O: Buy and take delhreryc; *a stocky new Ford 1000 Series mpact r,>,-.r 1' healing units

FREE Estimate. S and W diesel tractor,between September 1 and November 30.1983.W*'*. "> 9 !I .S'5 0" s\:Digital clock, auto-

Enterprise UFN 9/29 HELP help arrange 10%%FIXED ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE finanenB I ""s'' i ; matlo oven timer.

SEWING alteration Do sewing In, my Including WANTED for qualified buyers for up to four full years. $'d., ''":f r r4 a OFF t t .t t ct.rp'tp" reminder timer

home I Myrtle Lee Alt offers require a qualifying down payment or trade-H Certain;4;,' I

4962334. 2-pd: 9/29 10/6 REAL ESTATE LICENSING. In restrictions) apply. Physical damage and credit btsurancenot g ,t tu a '

NEED WORK Anxious to- lok City. IRM. School of ......&.IUfIU. 'f.; .' J .;r .y, S $7\5'
clean house Mobile
your or ) Roof Estate. Phone ,

Horn or business or rental 799-4006/TFN 7/14 AND THERE'S MOREl -"'_\? '.: .,r ,:

house call Honest 496-2771 and dependable from' APARTMINTMAINTENANCI A lost ,You also get hOe years of excI ustofadTtac\orCwFRttvJ\ ? ,' I, : \ J w r, t OFF, i.

3:00: till 7:00 p.m. 2-
9/29 10/6 firm seeks experienced Or get the FoW Extended Service Plan FREE and take J ,

CRAFT CLASSES Punch embroidery maintenance of special factory Incentives on Ford mechanical front-wheel dt II!... rvM tors
needle point for 94 .
candle wicking knitting unit person In lok Butler apartment and when you buy ahew Ford TW--1o,TW-20 or:TW-30., fi S .' :) ,. "'
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crochet. Classes start Man. Stark. Successful applI- ''h" .tMIlUlAWY...
Oct. 10. 10:00-11:00: and cant will hove basic repair STOP IM SOOM IFOR DETAILS 1-t;t' ... .
600700. Please call and skill acceptable with AND RES i
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register; 496-2200. apartment. man- : norrtta) 'I'I"N

This Material and That-90 available.W.Sally'Main .tananc/alr and carpentry cond., plumbing Good. Jax ,For1Tractor';Co. Inc C.; v Me'aslly' tote,, :. ;-

Street 2-chg 10/6 starting alury and *xcellent .. .A..P..P.UAN'.Ce"&T.J'
Reduce safe and lest with benefit. Apply In V"d 3r ,INJew Ownership SOifdaOrllr.l r
GoBes Capsule and ''of Lake sutlerApertnsoni
person .
E-Vap 'water pills" Andrew HWY 121 Lake 5669 W. Beaver St.. 786-B212= JacksaswWc. ..' ;
Drug--229 W. Main .ut,.... Fl Toes or Thur.. kit 332 W. Madl.on Starke 994-7701. ,.
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I 132 New Laws Passed by 1983.\.eWslature." .... ,, Took Effect Oct. 1 'I IThe I

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"Lemon designed to protect Witness lists nd.confessions'will be vehicle will h;limited tCt official purf. {!temporary basis as'"f.ttlred; judges" six months. Police will be able to with, drug. or, drinking problems. ",' I
against defective ,. ,
consumers new'cars J Traffic'Police "-'- :.,.._ Education '
is only one of 132 exempted from public records until poses in the wake, of last year's scan : % ,order motorists with worn out tags to >
the 1983 new laws passed charges are resolved. Possession of' 'dal over misuse of planes".nd ,\ will have less paperwork'because get rie'w ones and citizens' band radio -A- new -.tatewlde Board of Community I
into by effect Saturday.Legislature that wW go shopping carts, laundry carts dairy vehicles In the Florida Highway they will be exempted from operators and "street rod" owners Colleges will be created with
Also egg or poultry carts marked as being Patrol and other agencies. '' writing reports on minor accidents. will be able to get special tags. more powers than Its predecessor and :
wiU already .
effect books.be part of a,law on owned oy.businesses, will Income a Public officials, and employees 'Insurance officials,however, say this Health the Board of Regents will get new .
the crime. found personally liable for actions new law will cause more work for Restaurants will be required to authoritiy, to set tuition rates.Miscellaneous :'
Here is a rundown on some other BnlMIng Codes outside the scope of official duties will them and hassle accident' victims train employees and post Instructionson '
new laws effective Oct. 1: Prompted by the collapse of killed be required to repay any legal help ",because of a lack of accurate Information first aid for 'choking victims. The limit on bingo jackpots will be
: Fishing License Harbour Cay Condominium that they received from; their agencies. for claims. Hospitals will have to notify all other Increased from $100 to 1250. A
A landmark ,marine fisheries law 11 construction workers in Cocoa State and local,officials will have to, hospitals In the state of disciplinary statewide adoption exchange will be ;
that created a commission to regulateand Beach strict new standards will.be resign it they become: .candidates for New motorcylists will be required action taken against doctors. A board created. Unemployment compensation ..
study saltwater fishing became imposed on high-rise construction. federal offices ,and ex-Judges who to take separate licensing tests and to regulate acupuncture wilt be'' checks wll be rounded down to
law July 1;but a major provision imposing .GovernmentUse were voted out of office wilt no longer'be drivers who refuse to take intoxication created and state programs'will be the nearest dollar to save the state \
a $25 license fee on fishermenwho of the state aircraft and motor. able to.return. to the bench,oo a.. tests will lose their licenses for authorized' for doctors and nurses thousands of'dollars. \
sell any part of their catch was : .. .
given an Oct. 1 effective date. ---- ---- ;

Crime AD GOOD THRU OCTOBER !it 1983
Prison officials will get a sweeping ..
reform law designed to prevent overcrowding '
by diverting non-violent offenders NO RAIN CHECKS Hi./
into* non-prison programs,
such as a new'form of closely supervised :'
probation. called 'community
control W'orkin low .
The Supreme Court will get confirmation r' .,
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of Its authority to impose' .t
sentencing guidelines' for lesser '
sentences but without parole. Convic- "'+ ? : '
tions for child pornography will be +
made easier to get.Sex offenders will thincis
be 'barred from work-release aide : es on
grams and police wilf i have to ,r:
by new procedures designed to+ pre ? .
vent abusive and unnecessary strip
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searches.Also precious metal' dealers will be 1 !

required tq keep certain records to : se !
help>' police track down' thieves. } evrerycIcIyr 1

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'Carson M.:Griffis of the Highland shining with i
community In Clay County died at his J
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home Thursday S ept.,28;foUowing a I

long Born Illness and raised- In Lawtey Mr. Agree products! %a p '' :

Grime had'lived there most his life.
He and-Ms wife operated Griffls ,i i
Grocery Store for 'many years. He .Pt ,
was member of Highland,Baptist .P
Church. / '
,Survivors include his' wife, 'Mrs
Hazel Griffis of Highland;; one' it 1.63 d"I '
daughter, Geraldine "Gerl"Tbomp.' r 1 t v '
son of Starke; one brother E.L. Griffls \

of Ft. Lauderdale; and one grandson -,, fa*...........With fabric softener 1 .
Carson Dennis Thompson of ', Y e II_r61Owc....t..._ to help you get a static free d.anlsyourho
Starke. ,- ; ,, Y f? .res. "' a beautiful thine, Lemon freih. 49 ox. '
Funeral services were held Satur- r A r o K' that I lasts all dayl! Oily, reg. or
day;Oct. 1, at 2 p.m. at Highland Baptist t f extra body formula conditioner.
Church with Rev. G.W. Chlsm officiating. Balsam, protein oily or V
Burial' was in Highland'' ; ty formula sham oo. 16 oz. .reg.1 ,
Cemetery with the Archie Tanner -mss.y
Funeral Home of Starke!in charge of 3O-3O
arrangements "t
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j .anced: to'make plant*' grow. .(Bui .mzyl8lb. :: I' fi choice style! and barrel length__ _ a
Labor f Covering, ;>> Sofa bap_ ,.:._. .,. _, '<#.ih'. ''" 1. r...u: I R.q.249.96 '
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A Florida State Prison Inmate was concurrently. sentence: In Bay Count/toy burglary ;
r found guilty for the second time by a Judge George Pierce: said In giving of. :conveyance, assault, use of a.
f jury In a new trial last week.A motion the same sentence as IM gave firearm and escape. He was sentenced -..,
iv a new trial was granted after an DeFriest in June he'' couldn't ed to two years. In Jackson County. for
: alternate juror was allowed Into the sentence him to more time cr It would escape.
jury room during deliberations at the look like he was punishing hint;, _:-. His last sentence'was for 4S years.
June trial." A notice of appeal has been filed byfor burglary, /grand theft possession "
Inmate Mark Corwin DeFrlest, 23, DeFriest with the court on Sept. XI. of cocaine,possession of more than 20' ,
4( r wSl was found guilty of possession of DeFrtost was orIslDally"MI'/ot.eDCIM 'lP'ams'tIC marijuana, possession of
+r t contraband-explosives and poesesto four' years for possession or. drug paraphernalia and possession of
sion of contraband-a weapon Facing firearm and grand theft in Pt. rein. a firearm in Leon County. DeFViest..
the same judge DeFriest was sentenced and GUchrist: Counties. has also received. sentence the stag"'
t' I to five yean on each count to run He received 'a three year to"'lite of Alabama.I


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Accident Leaves in Critical Condition. .
Boy .. "

A nine-year-old Starke boy remained Jerry Miller. 'Paul Clayton Nugent of Starke, who."=s ON 'NEW FORD TRUCKS "
in critical condition late Wednesday The Southside Elementary student was not charged in the accident. V; I '
after he was'struck by. a pickup had been at the convenience store and Cloud was taken by Stat-Fligbt to ..
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truck early Tuesday. was apparently running to the school Shands Hospital in Gainesville: \ .
Walter.Demetrius Lee Cloud was bus which waS waiting at the south Rescue 60 responded to the accident*.,, Q'-v _e\.
hit as he ran in front of a pickup truckon corner of SR-1OO'and Orange St. according to Paramedics Scott< .
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SR-100 in Starke at 8:02: a m.Tuesday The boy was knocked 100 feet by an Taylor Dan Cuddingtoif. and. Paul. c. .,
morning,according to Patrolman eastbound 1977 ford pIckup driven by West. .,"'.* .w- ,, ,l. ,

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Dispositions MondayIn persons in the cab of a southbound in two separate incidents. '(''i ftJi:
tractor-trailer rig south of Starke Vernell Elaine Hampton, 24, wi,'" iI
Bradford Court when he asked the driver if he could stopped as she attempted to,leave1,!
Six cases received disposition in see a gun, Denton said. Riddle took TG&Y"with a deluxe'stroller; according -' I
Bradford County Circuit Court Mon- the gun and the gun discharged striking to Patrolman Jerry Miller '
day before Judge Bobby Lex Kirby. Riddle the head. Bond for the charge was set at$20d.;
Paramedics Scott Taylor and Paul Hampton was released on her own',
Union is retur- ,
County Judge Kirby '
ning to the bench following a two West in Rescue 60 responded to' the recognizance.: i 'tFullerReld 1913.F-IM j
,week vacation after an alledged alter- call at 3:30: a,m. Riddle was taken by ,Jr.,39, was apprehended -, _: : "S49' 5
cation with Sheriff John Whitehead Stat-Flight to Alachua General outside the Family Dollar Store I
who Kirby blamed for costing him'a ,Hospital where he died at 10:34: a.m. after the manager of"the store saws 1. "W" ", "t ,: .
$1 million'attorney's fee There is no Indication of foul play at Reid place a 40-piece Mar Tron socket. "
In Bradford Circuit Court,James L. this time said Denton.Pedestrian set down the front of his pants and; "
Rowe was placed on probation for two leave the store according to Millers
.years' Lorinda for aggravated assault. StruckA Reid Bond was for the released charge'was on set bis at.t own 200." 19 3 F=350 "JatBId. .""
Goolsby was placed on
probation Starke in the ,, '
rest with for violence.one year for resisting ar- roadway was man struck standing by a vehicle recognizance. (.' ,.,, DieselH.D. Speed, Air: Cond., Tilt. Cruise'
Ocotber,according to Captain W. S.
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Wanda Handerson was placed on ,
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probation for one year for grand theft. Rhoden.Griffis, 25, apparently in- Mother Cited < '
Riley was '
munity Harley center Keen was for ordered six months tea com for toxicated, standing in the roadway on No Child,Restraint ,.. 1.-4 495 "
SR-100 south of Starke near Stansbury
violation of probation.
Street when he struck at 9:09 .
Ricky Carl Norman's probation was : A Kisslmmee woman was cited for
wan continued, Norman appeared fora p.m.by a 1972 Dodge,according to the violation of the right of way, having ',' .<
violation of probation. accident report.; The driver of the no valid driver's license and no child ,>Ii, .dLII&! : .
Ellen Ruth Armentrout of ''
Quo Thornton's probation was continued Dodge restraint muse In *n acctdent'OC"' !=} \
Thornton appeared for a violation Starke, stated she did not see Griffis. tober 2 in Lake Butler, ,according to "- J1r iI"'t
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Man Dies After Gun Hospital, according to ParamedicCliff 1981 Toyota failed to yield the right of '
Discharges In TruckA Chapman. way at the Intersection of SE-i and 1914' i
CR-238 and her vehicle was struck bya ,
23-year-old Jacksonville man Two Starke Arrests 1975 Dodge. There were no Injuriesin 4 "' 16 F
died Tuesday in Alachua General For the accident but the two children
Hospital after being shot in the head ShopliftingA ages 3 and 4 In the Cooper vehicle $C:. Rt '
earlier in the morning, according. to Starke woman and a Starke man were not in child restraints. 117"Wheel Base
Investigator Don Denton. were arrested Sept. 30 and chargedwith Damage to the Dodge was $230. 4'DrS. ircond.
James W, Riddle was one 0( four shoplifting from two local stores !Damage to the,Tovtoa was$1,500. *;7195 4 Speed O/Drive ,300 Six Cyl I


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