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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 13, 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
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.'1 W1th: $250,000 \in'-hand/'to pave-a :would be done at idling-speed- Davis ,4 4I I

practice ,range t/or/ truck' driving; .eald: I
students; from the ''Bradford-Union: One older'residents, wearing a por 'Rig Mrs \, .
,.Vocational-Technical,School,;.school table, oxygen supply,said she and ber L
officials are having a bard time,fin, husband are, concerned about the =
"fg! place to put it. i ; / "noise and pollution from the truck, exhausts. -' ? y :fsy .. .v- s+k.at, .a,
;,. Choosing a-spot with'IWpppniUonla ) ) -: ""> LF { lr la ..+1nY" + l
,.the-,goal.,Only, )land ;, Don Martin,,'who said he.works with fit; .. ; y +/ 4w
enough for the truck driving range' diesel .engines. said the noise is S
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:: the school system owned FFA farm greater at speeds when a driver is. tl n -'-
'some'.170 acres north of Sbllrke'ori Corking( through the gears l :
: US-301'' bordering: Morgan. Road Vocational-agriculture Instructors
,; (CR'3s3)'pn the south .!>aul Hutchlna;: and ,Greg Alvarez' '
'north .in back of. the Underwood while not coming out and saying they i M
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Motel. oppose the vo-tech plans gave the hi)' 1X d !
.. :When opposition appeared to putting ,- preasion they would rather not have
the driving range on north side of the driving range ow the school property --
.. the school farm'on the highest 80 ,but .both asked'that money 'll
acres; Supt.. .Tom Casey suggested from any trees cut for the range came
:; shifting it to the southern aide of thefarm back to the Ag Dept. Hutchlns said the 1\,
; bordering .Morgan :Road. i elderly residents lathe area should be* ) \
: "Drawback is the southern aide to ,taken into consideration when a site Is,
; lower, requiring much fill and the chosen for the range.. .
i building of bridges.. Supt. Casey said The ag instructors' and! Forester ;
file vo-tech center has heavy equip. David Norton estimated some 15,000
{ment to move dirt,' of timber would hovels, be : fefi i Vo-Tacb Director David Smith said the higher north side sits;.' '. ,
:: 9 problem on the south side is getting "We all got back there because" we, ,
1. j" -mile runs necessary and the low wanted to get a way from aU this '
\ {site might" run the budget over the (noise and pollution off US-301).1'iow .Makin

., 'JiSG.OOO available; they're trying to put it right under our ', g"r
$)w.Some 18 residents living on NW 29th' noses/1;said Don Martin. ; ahh
}. f Avenue? which.passes Through 'the!! Mr-,McNelU asked "If all of you 'l" I
FFA farm, appeared at a work..- were out there,t would you want It Sun Shining os 1'* Carter
>tan Monday night; Oct. 10, in opposition I: around you?," ,
to having' ,the,range: near their!' 'discussion At that point,} some bout Into the. 1 Fresh+ hay on'the'ircfur d'1f''pklns) in the field
homes. ; ,Supt. Casey suggestedthat .mean Fall is in the air; even the temperature' "l
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factor of 'semi-tr'actore alternative be t
;-The; noise. an sought to the might belle that in N-FloridaJ! .VS "
t colder. the main factor they north side ag farm site. Casey asked ',W.D. (Dub) Carter gets the bt five cuttings ofe ..'
(by ", who said Smith to have a plan for the Morgan ;Alicia Bermuda grass from it field on CR-18 a
;moved to the, area because It was Road side drawn for, the Oct. 17 work mile west of A2 was driving the
Hampton Judytractor'pullingthe an
\qiilet. session,,..,,..., balerr'.wife Mtg: t' Ji.Carter: Dub's
1; No decision1 was made this week. Two criteria should be set, said : drove the truck: to. pi ; bales. TommyaJadina' '
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(/(Another work session is set Monday\ Board Chairman Rodney Hall: from 'Hampton ?: DeWlU from
4., ;.Oct. 17, at 7 p.m., the group was told. 1) Something should be done for the Starke wrestled, the 50- J # fresh green-- \
''Director. Ag Dtpt. for its to have tf
Smith was asked to draw a. agreement the the \
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Those who've cut
'Jehoal farm, for fte Oct.: 7 .:'- 'I 8)'.The plait should, be alt a s f never w It greek\\1'
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\school system from the state, and the FFA advisor:Paul;Hutchlna,,,who ''I've been lucky," Dub CarterNot: "a &r
'money can be used to place the range has been hi the Ag.Dept. for 30 years rain fell this summer : a
rod any property owned by the school pointed! out digging out the creek Carter said the'6-acre I
:Aboard, said Su it. Tom Casey., through the south side of the farm to J
Vo-tech truck driving class'instnic- Water'Oak Swamp would alleviatewet hay Carter's, ;hay goes to ; :; :' F
i:ton Al Fisher and Oscar Davis said conditions on the residents of the
Main business the
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1 the school has:20 semi trucks but that area aa well as the school farm. .
no more than 12 would be used on the Supt- Casey said the truck driving living on the Hampton
He sells little
'school farm.The trucks would not run program is 'noble," because it takes job.Mrs. a hay :
'over 33 to 40 miles per hour and much people off,the streets-and in eight Leila Carter Evelyn' Perry
drove to
\of the instruction weeks makes them d
such, as backing employable. Mrs. Perry and Bill

forts when'hay Is to be
Granny and Poppa,
State Cracks Down on Welfare Fraud'' Everybody else-does
work possible to

:/The Bradford Office of the State AtBox. '1096, tawtey-waS gentenced to attacks, says andworks daughter

torney'aDftOlUlI..ea they are cracking 360 days in the Women's Adjustment ,Starke Hampton *
down'on welfare fraud cases, asking Center; in Gainesville, five years pro- A Carter son,/William
the court for Jail time In aU cases;acbation, adjudged a convicted felon are two grandchildren
cording to Assistant State Attorney and was told by the court that her and Khonnel.'ll, '
release from the'eenter would be
Thomas Elwell. con The
'sidered when she has operation shown :
paid ta.OOffof Oct. 7: The Aldermans
In a recent case Annie D.'Wilkertlte $3,725.50; she stole from Florida's
son,43 years old,white female of Rt. 1 Welfare System. ..." ground to occupy Friday ,




1 Homecoming Set Next '



Homecoming 1963 at Bradford Highis High.'The parade will proceed southdown Davis Hurse isn't )
next weekend and students are US-301, turn left: on Call Street homecoming game.
busily preparing for the biggest extracurricular turn right on Thompson, right onto Five senior class .
,extravaganza. of the Madison' Street, right on Orange already been elected by
school year. : Street, and returns .the school via run for homecoming
Tornado Whirl is next Thursday Orange Street. entire school voting'
; night Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the foot- At 8 p.m. Friday night the Tornadofootball Oct.. 18. The winner :
ball stadium. Admission Is 50 cents. team will boat neighboringClay main secret until the last ,
The homecoming parade la set for 1 High for the homecoming game. 1 nado Whirl when the new
> Friday starting on Washington 'Last week Clad High gave Class 3A ,,Ing queen will be crowned lq'a
Street on the north, side of Bradford Middleburg it wanted. Coach The 5 candidates are,: ,


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One ai these five swuwr'itoe!at Bradford Hlgfc School 'The five finalists were elected by the tefikor ,, '. ; !:: ; !
will be the Wl Homeetmlng Queen The yenagladtes 'entire student body will. vote for Ut* homecoming
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Pale 2.TELEGRAPti October 13.1883TORNADO



I 'I ': : TALK Energy Control: Iey'to Electricity Prices



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1 ,,..,,,.. -,..- ",, .,...". by Kepi Carver ".., ',' ., '". '. .I Managing energy consumption on

the bottom line to saving money
by KeHI Carver at'this time. Also part of the program electricity bills, Starke-Bradford
will provide the clubs organizations Chamber of Commerce memberswere
'and other activities (band,. told when they toured parts of
Thought for the week....
athletics:.)and opportunity to pre- the Clay Electric Cooperative plant\ In
Th. f raMOTt gift ...,.... can give Isar. sent any special'awards to students Keystone Heights last Thursday,Oct
wofhy.._,.. whom the council wishes to honor. 7. ,' .;
This will be a special time In which Trick is to switch 'etectrlcltyj use "
the activities at BHS recognizetheir from "
can peak demand times '
Y memebers or others In front of morning and evening thus' ::
"r N the entire BHS community. the day when demand Is less '-If.
shaving peaks off the. load-and .
building up the valleys, and stay

Elected Beauties... mand.within certain agreed upon KW de '

s Congratulations to the selected win- The Energy Control System and
ners of the elections for class Clay Electric's Load Management
princess!! Program were explained to some IS
A special congratulations to: Lan Chamber Members on the Board of
J Ann Johns. Selina Cassels Michelle Governors. Clay Electric's Charles I
Stlllwell Lisa Bell, and Angela Hutcheson hosted the tour and luncheon -
Folsom who were the winners of the Bob Remly direction of Clay
homecoming queen court elections!I Electric's Operations Division; I
One of these girls will be the proud George Woody chief dispatcher in the
recipient of a crown and queen's title Operations Division, and Tom Page,
which will be announced at Tornado division chief of the Service Engineering a
1 Whirl Thurs.,Oct.20.Good. Luck to all Dept.,boated the tour and explained
of oull!) UM operation of the Inner sanctum.
'The Load Management Program
cuts off air-conditioners for periods
"t'a Good News!!!..... from 4 to 7 minutes, preventing the
Probably the best news since summer unit from recycling as often, thereby x
i. 'vacation is the fact that there saving electricity in peak periods
-, will be no school Friday, Oct. 14, a and hot water heaters are cut off for
.. Theresa Ricks... teacher's planning dayl! up to four hours,Page explained.Participating
S3 Tornado-of-lhe-Month... Theresa. This will mean students have a day customers are paid 13.50
SSS daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George off but the teachers will have a day to per month. .
SS53: Ricks of Starke successfully organis plan something else for us to 'do.. A small box is Installed by Clay
i ed a school dance to raise fund for Mavbe it's Bad News!!II! Electric on the water heater or air-
conditioning unit and the cut< the BHS Historical Society,
made automatically.A family never
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Yearbook Sale.... knows when the system to cycled off, Energy Control...
The 1984 yearbooks are now on unless they run out of hot water or the f
Homecoming Nostalgia... Balell!! The cost is$15 and Mrs.Wanda house becomes warm when the air- Clay Electric's George Woody second from left frem which Clay Electric can electronically: switch on
day next week Prevail, school finance officer will conditioner falls to cycle on. above,explain to Chamber members Roger Jones left. and off trunk lines and locate trouble,then send a repair I
Homecoming
every be orders in the of the IS President Dallas and Pat and Richard Welty the truck without to,hunt the .
will be filled with excitement and illu taking area attendance The Load Management Program Mayo to the right place having pro-
sion. Events scheduled every day. counter. Bring your money. for some people. ,and not others,Page operation of the energy control system; 'This Is the room blem.! .
just to give an Idea;are: and come prepared;: explained. To sign up, phone Clay' .,' [
Electric at 473-4911.
Chamber members saw a $100,000
Monday, Oct: 17. will be "Punk digital computer system which controls -
Rock Day" a day made for only the purchase of electricity from
wildest clothes,' hair styles and some 31 different points from Florida Texgas : j :
nostalgia. Come dressed. and. Punk, Power! & Light, from which the
outll cooperative purchases all of >its
@@%' O d O !
power. They saw the energy control .
Tuesday Oct. 18, will be "College system, which feeds off- the same ,
: Day." Support your favorite college computer system, which enables the
.; by wearing its colors or slogan,a day company from one room to monitor An 4WED Company '
of jerseys and Jeans!I l It l power outages and makes shifts on BEFORE : TexgosINSTALLATIONS--
5 Wednesday. Oct. 19, Is "Teachers c.9loiroadooGthomorith. the computer to cut off certain lines, I'i I
Day.". Show your respect for your cut on other lines or restore a huge OLD I
J most adored(or abhorred)teacher by circuit breaker which feed trunk
I dressing as that teacher the day: lines. 165 S.W. 4th Avenue Lake Butler MAN I

f Thursday Oct.20,is"Classy Day." power The sources computer to the system least expensive switches' OPEN 8-5 Monday Friday 'WINTER I

i This is the'day to really dress-up!I source at the time.If one area is using 496-2220 ,STRIKES...-
more current than usual (peak demand ;:::
Friday Oct: 21, Is "Spirit Day. If I
you have ever had it or if you are gon- ), the computer automatically
na get it, this is the day to show Itli!1 switches power sources and brings in I
I Your spirit of course 11 I'Go alt out in electricity from an area,that may
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strictly red and grey!Ii Ii have had a rain storm and air- : TANK \
conditioners are not cycling as often. ,
Such load management has saved FREE
$750.000 in fuel costs since Sept. 1982
.i sward Winners%tort be-/:.And, *."' 1'i>>- f '',a ." j wben.ltw";,IpsiIWted,;;estimated.. one -; .. ; Ji
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nouncl d'Ite ... .. u_ Klnney .: '..t ,1 CIa Electric, 1. .
f": '# '.s't dent counciJ ", : ..... 'sMsW ,I E1ectrfc'a e'a..u-ienieri '- --- .
;soring 'the first Six Weeks Awards of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ball of Program was also explained to proffering FREE TANK Installation
9 Assembly in the auditorium. Purpose Starke, Is the annual staff Chamber members who saw a film \
rot this assembly will be to recognize photographer. Alan photographedthree explaining it Clay Is looking for more Tear .
!r. students for their achievements: weddings to earn money to at- member-customers to sign up. 'ii'i.XJr/ with' FREE Hook-Up ofyour '
Our Honor Roll students and "Tor- I tend a Yearbook workshop at UF this Electricity consumption Is highest
nadoes of the Month"will be honored I lummer. at breakfast and dinner times: By
switching electricity usage away appl iance.
from participating customers at peak

times the company can level out its .. ..'. ,,
electricity consumption.
Electricity suppliers such as FPL,
agree to charge a certain rate from' a We Want More Satisfied
certain quantity of power. If'a
I customer, such as Clay Electric, 'or
l the City of Starke goes under a bottom
level or above certain level of Customers J I
power demand, FPL charges more l'
per unit. In industry terminology the
rate to ratcheted up or down.,engineer
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FURNITURE

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,,"' I I Bradford Teacher Contract Signed, I ,il ilThe r :!


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new teacher contract was officially to bargain because merit pay' will building renovation funds make up \J'1.
signed Monday night.Oct. 10. have to be! taken liP Supt. Casey said, the entIre $1.2 million in new funds ,
Board by representatives and of the School asking who is smart enough to solve received by the Bradford school j\ .,;
that
Bradford Education one. ,
district this
r'ty year. '
Association. The new contract Includes a j
Chairman Rodney Hall bridled a bit $790,000 salary package. In addition In other action, in the brief special: :
at having to give final approval to the the employee health insurance contribution meeting Monday night, Oct. 17, the j J
contact without having had a chance went up$72 per year to$667. school 6oard:
+ S Ys to study it to his satisfaction. Under The school board pays aU of the -Granted permission to request ''
Hall's questioning Board Members employee health Insurance bids on $26,780 of county-wide computer '
J.R. (Jim) Lawson. Mrs. Patricia premiums. equipment. Bids had already i\
s: Spengler and J.T. Parrish said they The 9790,000 y package. $110.000 been sent out and are due to be opened
LL also had not gotten through the entire In new school bums. and $350,000 In Oct. 17.
document I
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But on recommendation of Supt. iJ--- -
Tom Casey and facing a Friday THIRD ANNUAL
payroll date under which personnel
would have been minus the 10 percent Kiwanis *
salary Increase another month unless Community Prayer Breakfast
the contract was approved, the board

Miller okayed and it 50.BEA BEA bargaining President team Julie Tuesday, October 18 7:00 a.m.

members Jeanne Loper, Carolyn featuring
Canova,and George Bowen were present -
to sign( the final document. Dr. McFadden

.Grand Opening this Saturday.. dollars The signing more means in the several 400-odd hundred school (Coordinator of Santa Fe Community College) ;S.

The brand new Bradford Hospital Health and Fitness Frank employees' pay checks this Friday
Williams '
and Starke
various ( Center
other local )
Center will host Its grand opening Mite Saturday morning dignitaries, because the contract is retroactive ( !
at It a.m. The new center. equipped with 1J: Nautilus machines back to Aug. 18, the first day of at .
'Bradford beside the alga next to the Dew building are six stationary bicycles a motorized treadmill and school. Supt. Casey also recommended '1'j
Hospital Administrator' C.E.' "Rip'sO'Steenleftand whirlpool.Aa outdoor quarter mile Jogging trail hag been a that, saying the lateness of the First United Methodist Church .
( Fitness Center Director Ber| Michel completed behind the hospital.. legislative session caused a delay in
'who has a Master's degree .In '. bargaining. Make the contract Hall
physiology. Contact the center at ass-soeo for,Information abort Fellowship
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Attending. / tfc* grand opening "-* will br Rep. memberships. was their intent said
"'.' .. : board members ,Becker '
Judy
,....' .' -' Spengler, and Jim Lawson. Pat Complete) Breakfast, donation $2.50

; Next contract will be a difficult one Jackets available at I r .



.1.. : Brooker Fire Chief Asks For New Equipment. DAYTTME CELEBRATE YOURIMAGINATION I'' :

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Preparing lor the fire season, was reasonable then the money. need maintenance 'performed when .
Volunteer Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker !might be found to pay for Jt. the matter of street lights came up,as -
asked the Brooker City Council for usual. JUST FOR I
new equipment. estimated. to cost Agreed to purchase: up to $175 ; ,
3,250 worth of street signs which' Clerk Specifically, there were several SEE WHAT TELEVISION
The chief also explained to the Robinson said will cost approximate lights which did not work In the sub WOMEN.
council Tuesday night,Oct.11.how it, ly $4.20 lor'a' double sign,- not Including divisions and several lights needed to; "
-could probably save 50 per cent of the a pole to put them on. be cleared around. Clay Electric Is to HAS BECOME.
,costthrough a'state cost sharing plan. According to Claude Prescott,there be contacted'to repair'the defective 1" j
:The council gave Stalnaker ap Ian need for about W sew of signs in lights while bids from tree Burgeonsare
,Forestry apply to the Department of the town. to be secured for clearing the "
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and if the application got theO Agreed that some street lights lights 'J
.K., they would decide. at a later r ;j jv
date how to proceed. J jI I
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city would have until March 1984 to D's.CqA' ,4
;make the purchases: and be eligible : SaorrNA ,
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'would leave final purchase price of 4 $6 1 1i'ISii
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have Insurance coverage for the marshal L----------awfxfffea ___ __!I ICapfaist
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get attorney general ,.., fi.nchfr. huifcpupptos and.at cut
opinion as to how this would. effect the .., I -- CABLE TV PROGRAMMING FROM
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I, Making Moonshine Was a Popular Home Industry in Prohibition EraHistory I


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I may repeat itself, as motorized fire equipment or a Bowing to popular opinion
i : some philosophers say but It'a centralized system of "running Mayor Lewis Witkovski
: doubtful any of the following water". ordered the formation of a
events,depicting life M lived in "bucket brigade" in answer to
After disastrous fire in
the early.days of Starke. willever one the public demand.
citizens
of
be reenacted. 1(189. a group
gathered en masse for a town Thirty-one young men came
Fires were a menace to /the meeting on the courthouse forward and' volunteered to
/little town In those days before square to consider the problem. hold regular practice drills and



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The National Guard Provides '

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difficult tasks they do immed- militia,whether known as Home Guard,
iately..the impossible may take a bit Florida Guard, or National Guard. But Temperance Parade on East Call Street in Days: When Starke Ladies Were Fighting Open Saloons

longer. the company has not always enjoyed the
equip themselves with water-
fine facilities it has today At one time rang do Comer"L. Peek,an early principal afternoon hours In serious
light buckets and belts to be hungry
That's the story of the 631st funds for of The Starke discussion over the
Maintenance Co., Florida Army Na- in 1893 the armory then located in-the kept on hand for immediateuse. paupers to 'canning select Female Institute was selling "te perance question" and
second story over '& brick livery stableon orange marmalades and "bit books in stationary store for several of the more active
tional the Starke unit that is car- .
Guard Call Street, was in such bad conditionthat A "bucket brigade"consisted ter sweet" orange preserves in -three cents each. They were WCTU (Women's. Christian
rying on -tradition of "local militia"service the men were forced to drill In the stretchlong line of volunteers( the community kitchen.In "completely bound in modern Temperance Union) members
in Bradford County, dating back from the source of the. l880a businessmen pamphlets 'with illustrious illustrations. visited the City Council in the
Indian streets as a "precautionary measure. water to the actual fire. Bus asking for ordinances
150 years, to the time of the Seminole along' Call Street seemed to to
The 631st has recently been Buckets were filled at the outlaw the 't'open saloons"along'
reorganized
Wars.
already the
recognize effectiveness the
nearest well and passed along Not to be outdone by Call Street that made It
This fine tradition continued on and now has an authorized quota of the line as quickly as possible of newspaper advertising business Interests, the County unpleasant for ladies to venture
in the
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through the t.'ivU'War. starting iff 1861, guardsmen, up from' to douse on the fire. It wasn't FlorIda recently, founded. itself advertised a $500 rewardfor out to do their grocery shopping
the former maximum ...,.. very efficient or effective but Telegraph" A.E. the arrest and conviction ol on Saturdays.After '
Moist
with only a lapse of several years dur- In the absence of piped waterlines early Starke blacksmithand the party or -parties who
ing the "post-war Reconstruction Era of 224: Recruits are i, :_ it was the best that couldbe carriage-maker, used a assassinated George C.Mills on presenting their resolu-

when state and local militia units were needed to fill these NATIONAL done at the time. All the saying full-page. space to inform' the night January 1, 1881. It's tion, the ladies added their congratulations

banned in the 'defeated Confederate positions and training goes "they never ,lost V readers that he featured hard to say whether crime was to Marshal Wall
is available for GUARD foundation" wagons and plows made to' "better or worse" in those for arresting and fining two offenders
states until the 1880s. mechanics order,and expert horseshoeing. days as almost every issue of $26.50 each for selling
heavy
The 'heart of a community carried storyon intoxicating Uquon Within the
But the Home Guards or Florida vehicle drivers, welders, electronics such as Starke in those pioneer "...if you want a buggy, The Telegraph shot a from city limits. '
someone being
Guards, were -reorganized here at the repair, wrecker operations, refrigeration days., was the loyalty of its wagon buckboard surrey ambush, waylaid and beaten prohibition
end of the martial law period and the citizens in time of personal phaeton, or any other vehicle When finally
small and murdered inf bis-home or
arms repair, supply or the''
trouble and community from a baby carriage to a bandwagon came in 1920s despite the
revived Starke unit the first in pro.bleme. business. Seven sheriffs in the
was
storage. It is a great opportunity for Proof of this' good I can supply your wanton serious purpose with which it
Florida to volunteer for service in the high school seniors to learn a valuable neighbor ,policy was shown short noticesaid Mr. county were killed while on duty was imposed,'the new law caused -

Spanish-American War of 1898. skill while being paid for one weekend, when folks helped each other in Moitt whose establishment in a space of about 20 years. several dramatic and
month times of need or when citizens stood on the corner now oc-, On the social and cultural somewhat hilarious escapades
or and two weeks of
In 1909 the State Militia was renamedthe duty per in the which
got together in a cooperative. copied by Koch's Drug Store. side the local ladles spent area was heavily
Florida National Guard but the summer encampment. infested with bootleggers and

local unit"was disbanded in 1915 while High school seniors may join'' the moonshiners at the time .

many of the men served in the Mexican ,Guard and postpone basic training until

Border War and soon after that in World after'graduation. Starting in January Dozens of men who were
War I. ,Flour, Cheese Honey ButterTo engaged in the illegal production -
1984 juniors may enlist and complete and selling"shine" were

As a company of the 124th Infantry, basic training between their junior and caught Starke's surrounding

the unit was senior years: They will be able to COUTH Be Distributed Oct. 13-14 woodlands but one of the most

mobilized Into plete Advanced 'Individual Training unique accounts of a local arrest -
took in 1921 when
place
Federal service 68'.11' } during the summer after graduation. Flour cheese honey,and butter will be distributed Thursday and Friday:October 13-14, deputies arrested a -

at the out Youths of either sex who are not sure by the Suwannee River Economic Council under the U.S: Department "of Agriculture's housewife who was busy making

break of World PT'FZENSXP what career they wish to follow after surplus commodities program; homebrew in the furnace of
War- II and The special distribution for the disabled of her kitchen' on the city's main
and those will
graduation would do well to consider the handicapped over 65 years. age ,
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street
also provided training opportunities offered by the be held' ,at the RJE gym Thursday Oct 13, from 9 a.m. to'4 p.m. '

trained person- National Guard.They can acquire skillsin The regular c distribution will be held. Friday. Oct. 14, at RJE gym from 8:30 a.m. to. 4:30 The lawmen caught the
nel for the later afield that may provide them with p.m. 'woman 'redhanded with

conflicts In civilian employment later on, while at No distributions will be held at any other. locations in the..county..Revised IS-gallon kettles of 'brew, a
complete distilling apparatus,
Korea and Viet the same time they provide defense for guidelines make surplus food available to more needy families, including beads and hundreds spotlessly

Nam. their local 'community as! _well as the. of households' who draw.SSI Food Stamps or current unemployment compensation. AFDC clean bottles that bad ; been
)iij.subsei state and baton ," !, families are still automatically qualified.other famines ID8ybe cernried bused l on thoroughly boiled in1'ra solution''
income an thg snohev.'r 5 in the borne. { ,errunexew > he.was ar- .
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vent the r ** >A AvW years : Lu-And tol/orU'je benkits recelylino I yfc ig v i iii ,rt* iwtshsx of poverty-level.meaning the family may I'eae4 and confined tolhe local;

Starkertirilfwas -- Guard duty are not in the training it provides now;make more money than before,. yet still remain qualified. Jail under S500 bond despite her
designated as efforts to convince the law that
There are some real Identification must be shown at each distribution and notes
very no to pick up for,anyone else
the 631si'Maintenance she was not selling the shine-
win be '
accepted.Tbe -
monetary benefits, starting with around simply making a batchfor

$573 per-month for a Private E-l; the \ first distribution date in each month will be used for the physically handicapped,and home use.
Co., with the basic rank, and ranging tip to $668 for those over 65 No one else will be served that day. Plans are under way for'the Outreach L ,
mission of Worker to serve homebound persons who are bedridden. The Telegraph/ gave the
Private K-3
during basic training. Ex- .
following editorial comment:
repairing and tra weekend training bring an additiOnal For further Information, call ...-. .
in may ...our jail -Is 'the,most lively
keeping running month-for E-l to $89 hostelry in town. :? A<
per up v; ; i
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order everything needed by the for E-3. 1\ ,.."
military from tanks to bakery equip- '

ment. The company, as a whole, has an an- -f- 1 l''
nual payroll of approximately $300,000 County Agent's NotebookHow Cadet Richard Mordente '

The duty of a maintenance company which plays -an important part in the Accepted at Academy ,

might not sound too exciting to the men local economy, 'and could be con- Cadet Patrick X. Mordente, son of':

of an infantry or artillery unit;but it is a siderably more if the company, waS' at { to Avoid Cold-Damaged ,plant retired Lt Col. and Mrs:J. Mordente

vital part of the state and national full strength: of Keystone Heights, has been of

defense, for without'the availability of The 631st Maintenance Co. currently In the last < :ouple of yean we've bad exceptionally : With luck we won't have any more of' tidally accepted into the U.&..AIr
maintenance'skills and knowhowthe., )cold winters: and many these extra cold winters for a long time. If Force-Academy's Cadet Winy as a ,
effectiveness'would be has openings for 30 new recruits, of homeowners ,bare lost landscape plant the winters stay mild the location of your member of the class of 1987 during the
army's soon
either sex, before if reaches its that had never even been damaged by cold plants in the landscape may not make-any annual acceptanceparade. He is a
shattered. The local company has authorized strength of 251. weather before. Obviously winter is a I tag difference at slim terms of cold damage;; 1963 graduate of Keystone Heights
several' mobile 'shops' which are way off and this may seem'like the wrong On the other hand the coming winter may Wgh School -
equivalence" the best equipped garage.It With the minimum age starting at 17, time to talk about eold damage to'landscape be Just a* bad as the last two or three a The parade followed six 'weeks of

has welding shops, air compressors, young people interested in signing up plants. But one aspect of cold protection yon can shift'the odds against : rigorous' basic cadet training at the
cutting' tools and also section for with the National Guard and taking ad- for plants Involves something yon to your favor by picking Just the tight Colorado Springs, Colo. academy.
a vantage 'of its valuable training In usually have to do white the weather is still fo.-teDder ornamental plants,why. not give Training in military customs and
repair of electronic equipment. courtesies drill and' conditioning
warm it a try? physical -,
several fields may contact Sgt. 1-C ,tactical exercises and the ;
Starke and Bradford County have Donald Roth at the Starke Armory, Obviously the most important factors Finally, do everything you can to keep hug of weapons, introduced the basic fir-A M,
always given strong support to the local 964-8862 or 1SG .Hersey at 964-5320. determining now badly' a plant will be your landscape plants in good condition ail cadets to military life under the pro-:i.
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damaged by cold\ weather are bow cold. it year long. Healthy plants resist cold: gram. *'\/
gets and how long it stays cokt damage,and snap tack after it occurs The academy Is a lour..y ar educa-'A. :;

But don't overlook the fact'that certaincharacteristics much better than unhealthy planbrwbJch! tional institution graduating men and W,

I Letters... Cubmasler Objects, to 'Mocking' Use of plant site and its location 'diseases have already orlac bear of fertilizer damaged' by- insects women.to serve' -as career- Ate. Force Jrife fiofficers.
within the overall landscape also affect ?

Of Scout Oath by County Official receive the during amount freeze.of Injury-. plant' will ,

In deciding where to plant a tender landscape Forestry in 'Bradford Corset :
Editor Telegraph the subject of the humor Is our'eountry.a whole mess. In a recent re-run I' I
look :
for with
ornamental
a spot .
Dear Sir: idealistic youth, who of Hawaii 5-0. a criminal- ,
in their Idealism are some dour turned-witness, criticized the good air and water drainage.Air drainage .', :..17i
In your Sept. 29 issue most vulnerable'citizens.. police for protecting him;like a may sound like a strange idea bat it does 'Damage from construction'ranks' high, etf bite f'ma sorry and lime mortar may':
editorial page you spoke out When white collar crime: drug- "bunch of Boy Scouts." And so make sense. We bow,that cold air la on the list of the most common types cI(
rightfully so, on'the witticismsof pushing politicians. includingJudges it goes, on and on.... heavier,than warmer air.So don't plant a ,tree problems) reported by homeowners to change lug it the actd1tylevel of the soil, poison
for
James B.Watts.Yet.on page and loose moral sexual tender ornamental a spot where the coldest foresters. In a recent statewide-survey, any acid-favoring- trees and,
one you quoted a similar type codes run rampant through our Is it any wonder that our Cub air will collect: and settle.- foresters found that construction domain shrubbery. .*' ;

"witticism." local in origin adult society, what chance do Scout packs are full of new: The location"(houki' -be open enough) to runs,second. only, to Insect invasions. in' 'Sometimes.a forester can help the Ian-
and eightyearoldfaces
without comment. The participants our teens and preteens have'in bright shiny permit air movement,but it should also be, trees. downer make corrections to save the life of*
and the subject being living up to the strict moral less nine-year-olds?' and. protected from cold winds-by other plantings Any real estate salesman will tell you the tree or at least prolong its life. Oftenthere's ,/\
discussed in'the article,in eom- code ? I fewer ten-year-olds similar barriers. nothing that can be done and the
they proudly proclaim hedges; fences or that shade trees on the lawn ota house Will
parisoo.-are both unimportant.A say thank God there are still Good soil drainage IS always bDportaDt.If make it sell quicker and at a higher price. very tree that led you to buy. the house. .la'
is
County Commissioner mockingly it any wonder that only a the first one to die.1 '%' *
in their
few. youthful enthusiasm Trees are a valuable asset in bard dollarsto .
is in dl tined it "
the small of Cub Scouts your plant a poorlY spot '
questioning promise percentage "
who are willing to try.Secondly wet both homebuUders! and hoowovnters, so The Division of Forestry explains con-
can suffer
made by a county employeesays become active in a Boy Scout not damage during
Editor lake weather. ill make 11w more It is not so surprising! that construction moo kinds of construction damage, and?
,and I quote from your ar- Mr. program at age eleven? Is it This plant '
tide.Scouts Honor" commissioner notice of bow widespread and any wonder that of these only vulnerable to;fcoht, injury, during ,cold damage can devalue a new home sitev how they may be avoided by twth builders:

.........questioned.Joking insidious .is this undermiiiing of one out of a hundred makes it to weather. I ift'j ' and bomeowlllll'lin.new illustrated pam->
ly the Scout sign./'SInce our youths' idealism on our Eagle? Land developers, construction com'!,
giving cold
We also know that shade can reduce i 'Careen' Construction: panics realtors and
when is it advisable or even ac- school campuses in our big city damage. Plants shady locations will go ; ,lain ihLi homeowners may'obo
ceptable to make a mockery of newspapers, and on public T.V. How much longer can this dormant earlier in the fall and remain dormant : at the copies Agriculture of pamphlet from my oice.' :
May
young idealistic men when' Indeed U seems almost universal. country afford to have citizens longer in the spring than plants in exposed KillTrees' BUg. It- can be matted to'
also "
they promise on their honor to Ask a local Boy Scout to and more importantly influential location,\Plants in come degree of you. UPOSt..
liver morally straight lives? wear his uniform to of the damage and obviotw -
Such witticism says to our day at our local high school mockery giggle giggle) of our than actively growing plallta.'So from a' .
youth in 4-H FFA. Girl Scouts. and see what his response will c.r their enthusiastic cold protection standpoint, a' location' r slice through- a driveway the root or system'sewrmgteUttM utility ditch'may

Boy Scouts church youth be: Do you remember when, under pines or other trees that give light tree's feeder rootsgradtaga; yard
fellowships."In time U.S. citizens were beldage If of readers happento shade would bo1 preferable for tender,ornamentals L Lan
any your ,may ranove the nourishiiHi and protective "
in Iran? One of the most '
idealistic young man (lady), need full .
be interested we in Pack 73, which don't sun. f4U.c."machinery may.take off a
you too, will grow up, and"east popular broadcast songs and of the time from, still believe in the possibilities shade" is'Wtiruhrr taiporilint. .Mare foot or squaws. yard of the bark and
over over
aside your chudian ways. coast to coast had a solution. of our youth' now. and In the P ant which have ffMeft will, leave p fatal wotuxl or UII1I1e81'., ., :,

Such witticism ia much moredeplorable Give our Boy Scoots some toy future' u leaden- in our cone- suffer less damage if they thaw sat slowly.'. ,.'/T>here are k* gg tarns types of construction \ ,,, j. "'; ,
than any of the foot- guns and-send them to Iran. try.. t "' ,' rtamagn which fJIIIIaI1I8 casual eyesight, Foci 'US.. State ,oapitahi"
In-mouth comments of Mr. Evea they in their childish Dr.John G.Schmidt Plants exposed to moimnl'am will obviously and know op later after, Se builder has left' named after ptesi-l j
Watts for two reasons. First ways could straighten,our the CubmasterPackn"Money thaw more quickly than punts for yeauar pasturesHeavy machineryDerated dents Jackson" ; MlultBlppI; .!'
'_ v r which- have morning h"'te-rff.'this ( over m root anteu may compact Lincoln Nebraska;Jefferton:' ,
reason plants on the north and west sideda the**U MfficSanlfar to aWljr eheke the tree Clrtr; Missouri; Msrfltort'V
it the .eed of money:and the tint guinea is sonhst mei MOfe difficult/ / to acquire 'house will usuallY.have less cold d'thanplanuont to death.Too mu*ttU dfct piled on top of a, Wisconsin :_ n: .

than the second million. ; Jean Jacques Rousseau 'east coq o", .h-. ,root system has the same effect- Discard* .
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Teresa Gail Robert' became the around the- bottom 'of the gown. She ,
bride of Emory Loyd Alford August 19.1 I carried a bouquet of peach and pink 1{d1aTdi
: ; i ij in an outdoor ceremony: the home, roses with baby's breath. Her hair
: of the groom's mother on Pinebreeze was also adorned with pink and white
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\ '. 4 .,, .ij in Lake City. ? ; ft baby's breath.
( -, The bride Is the'daughter ofMr. and A'reception was.also held at the
'j Prayr BraMa, "King of I Kings ,Ii"Production Mrs. Don H. Chitty" of Starke. The home of the groom's mother. Lyn
: Tuesday, Oct. 18 groom u the son of Mr.-and Mrs.: Andrew : Adams, sister of the groom, served as
" Oct. 30 Hancock; of Lake City and C.L.; i,hostess.
- In Lak Alford also of Lake The bride
The Third Annual .'.Dutr ; City. Is a 1871 graduate of
,. Prayer Breakfast Community Robert Davis of the.Klnit Baptist Bradford; High and Is employed at
day; Oct. Ie. at will 7 a.m.at be held Tuee the The First Baptist"church of Lake Church. Lake City.,'offlciated'at, the Quality Industries In Lake City.
+ Fellowhlp Hall of First Butler will present"King of Kings II" ceremony The groom is a 1966 graduate of Col- ..
Methodist Church. United' on Sunday evening Oct 30, beginning The bride wore a long white' gown umbia County High School and Lake
Featured at 7:3O'p.m..The featuring'.,off the shoulder1 City Community College. 'He is
nard McFadden speaker will be Dri; Ber program'will feature the First length sleeves, an organza :'and silk employed at the'Medical Reception. :
Coordinator
of the
overlay with tiny pink arid'peach Center, Lake Butler.
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Starke Center Baptist vDlsclplea" (Jr. Youth '
College. of Santa re Community Choir) ;. :"Ambassadors" .(Youth owera..trimmed' with a white lace The Alford's have made their home / i t* _r
; authority of Well-known the Christian speaker faith and Dr. Choir); "Diplomate'"- (Adult Choir), ruffle around the shoulders'and, ruffle In Lake Cltr.Items. Mr. and Mr.Snn..,,L. liriConnell
.' McFadden will be speaking about the ,and ,.the'Children's: Choir, The program'will -
unity of Christ. feature music from long Engagement'
The prayer breakfast has become a ago as well. some of the more con- of Interest- I 1CIK

popular fall activity. Breakfast will temporary songs of today. There will .... Did You Know...........
include eggs, sausage grits, ,fruit also be solo,,duets, trio, and those Lila Elizabeth Yawn, .IUD-; -News
Juice'and beverage of donation of "good ole fashioned men's qual1eta"throughout Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ot-
$2.50. The breakfasts a the musicale. Lanfranco Bonghl tlnger, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Haas have
stress the unity were all the begun tor Make plans now to attend and Invite Announce ,Wddlng Plans Starke Elk members have been Brown, Richard Seize, Carol Brown, returned' from an 18-day tour of
and provides among churches a friend: The musicale Is under the fishing for catfish the ladies of the Mr.'and Mrs. Bill Flnucan, Mr. and Western Canada and the' Canadian ,
wonderful
for all people a of the opportunity direction,of Rodney Brooks Minister Miss LIla Elizabeth Yawn and Lan- Elks have been making handicrafts Mrs. Bill Eddy;Mr. and Mrs. Bill Col- Rockies, down' the Weste : to
to come together. for community'..plritua1'renal. of Music and ,andYouth.Melvta,;, Owen Is franco Bonghi announce their engage and been baking cakes. Everything has linsworth, and John Collinsworth. San Francisco: where th :spent four
"put together" and the
the pastor. ment and Elks are days. With all those bills'and mountains
J Tickets Miss Yawn approaching is the marriage.of" Ms. having a fish fry on Saturday, Oct. 15, Alpha Gamma Chapter, ,'Mrs. Haas said she sure was
are'available through any; le Lila Rae daughter at the Elk Lodge, 2030 North Temple ADK Hold glad to return to Bradford County.
Kiwanis Sol Yawn of Starke
member Denmark Furniture Rummdg and-Judge Ave. (N-301) in Starke, from 12 noon Meeting
and office of First .United Stark. Woman's Club Theron A. Yawn of Gainesville., "' ill 6 $3.50 will buy' a plate of WILLIAMS JEWILRY0. -
Methodist'Church.: Tickets will also, Mr. Bonghi is the son of Signor and Rose p.m.!s (famous catfish morsels, Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha ......Second Locotlon
.be available at the door. The'Starke Woman's Club will have Signora Carlo Bonghi of Asaisi.Italy. and slaw. Delta ,Kappa met at St. Mark's ......Sonlcot.......V.I.... I ,
5 ; Lunch)Bunch a miscellaneous rummage'sale on Elkeetteswill be selling their cakes Episcopal Parish House Monday. ,Oct. 107-1 Idwonh Rd. M4-MSS ,
WILLIAM JEWELRY and handicrafts. 3. Behind Community Bonk
Friday, Oct. 13, from a.m. til,TTT
r' Meeting Oct. 14 Call'Sandra Green or Dot Brown for Open.Anothe Sto..I Larry'Henly of the Tallahassee Elk The state Alpha Delta Kappa presi '
't/ "> ")J '1.' pick-up or bring sale'items .107-B Idwar<.h Road Lodge,- as District Director of the dent, Marilyn Morrow, presented a Duplicate Bridge held a tournament i
V' Bradford County Senior Citizens to, next ,club meeting rummage or to. the .hind Community Slat. tank. ,North District, made his official Founder's Day program: ADKFounder'l Tuesday night, Oct. 4, with winners -, '
>'.' Lunch Bunch will hold a covered dish' clubhouse on Oct. 13., 1Ja'cly '"-.... visitation to the Lake City Elk Lodge Day activities will occur as follows: Ida Shaw and Evelyn i
y.;> luncheon Friday, Oct: 14. at 12 noonrat Wednesday. Oct. 3. The Starke throughout the country. during the Griffin, first place; Mr. and Mrs. \
t.,. 'the First Presbyterian Church.' Did You i Know........,.: delegation consisted of Mr. and Mrs. :week of Oct. 9-15. Jack Burnette of Lake City, 'second ;
(< ,. t' Methodist Women V.A. Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Neal )Me- Part of the activities for the local place;' and Myldred Cuttino 0 and. "j
4'' Nicole TomUnsai.Mr Sunday school chapter will include providing Lillian Stump, third place.
class entertained Louise) Stern her
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for each of the schools
BIRTHS \, ,and Mrs.Ronnie Tomlinson announce -, birthday last Thursday, Oct. 6,, with TWO STORES WILLIAMS-TWICI JEWELRY THE VALUES in the county. NEW SECOND LOCATION
.. : the birth of a daughter,Jaclyn 'dinner' at, crawdaddy'J ;in Jackson 107-B Edwards a Downtown Hostesses' for' the evening were Wllliomi Jowolry
., __.. Nicole, born Sept. Vat St. Vincent's ville. Loulse's' father and class ,M4-S4IS4i4-70 Joyce Johnson, Carol Redding, 107-B tdwordt Rood U4-S4U
,1' ,t... ... Hospital'Jacksonville. to members'the dinner.husbands were also" invited. Now Two Plocoi to Shop I LaVon Drivas, and Mary Ann Kyle. 'Voluo Behind. Community Sank J.
She Joins a brother,Chris,4V4 years. ._ Service Soloctton
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Mr.'andMri. Keith M. Carter of St. ;
Petersburg announce the birth of a'' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leslie Bedford of .
son David Joseph, born .Oct. 7,. in Starke -announce the birtlrof a son, 'i
Bayfront Hospital St. Petersburg. Carl'LeslieBedforcl, II, born Oct. 8 in ,
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Alachua "Ge1tera1Ho.pital, 4,
Mrs. Roger, A. Vaughan, Jr. of Tam Gainesville. He joins one'brother, '
pa. Maternal great grandparents are Paul Joseph Bedford, age S.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Vaughan Sr. ',Maternal grandparents are Paul
of Washington and Marjorie Allen of Waldo. Mater-
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and nal great grandfather'. John
Mrs.' Maxie Carter, Jr. of Starke. Chamberlain of Syracuse New York.
; Paternal great grandparents are Mr. Paternal grandmother Ella Nora \
i i and ;iMI'II. Maxie "Carter,, ,Sr of Martin .of >Miami: Paternal great
lEiggsley! fa [eyjl' I'IJjIJ ,Mil j ., grandparent, LennUo AspinwalTof v>,
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By Larry Oglesby I" '>' ,

I Sports Editor Union iiiib .
Bradford this season's debut For the first Urns till IO''years neighboring Bradford' and
I into the winners list last Friday ght School will clash W..old football Lvatry this Friday night In Lake Butler!'

as the Tornadoes stopped a tough St sta '
= a1hNtteams 1S3 when Bradford won 344.N ovi Ut
The s haven't met since ,
Augustine offense lor a tl-ll win \
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teams win be DIstrict
The win was the first this season for playing
Bradford is off upset willIMIl'StAU&\IItine latt week. a<*
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the now 1-3 Tornadoes while dropping iiw'l. ;
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I the Yellow Jackets: at 14. 'the"I KSSBSf WySSrfSS.il against Braior* tbiIIIFridal
It looked Bradford until the final
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Co *David HUI'IMI. 'We are not taking
seconds of the first half when a Jacket !nght.! says Head. Tornado ., ", .
touchdown pass scrubbed the Tornadoes 1 \\'<0:,' ,' them lightly at sU"
hopes( a 144)first half shut > "',, ". .Union has suffered from attempt to rebuild the football program with
out. :iU, ,. Coach Oeve Sikes doing the construction.After last week'.7 loss for the

< "We finally put everything ,, Tigers to Chienand Union has lost 14 straight gamer and. is looking to.'
I=: together. It was a good win and a very /:,; break the spell with Bradford.
: ; the oldest rivals In the state the game should prove to be a
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C nado timely Coach win,David commented Hur e. "c....,,,L' ,, .,. ,,,,.' ''lfr". :' ".. '""''../" .., mental game -It will be a very, emotional game" "for both teams," DOtelilJurse. ,
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Bradford was playing the first time : .
3= of the year with fullback Oliver TysonIn : The fact that we are the larger MbooIIbouId give'! UI the advantage,.but. ,
the backfield for the entire game.. you. have to consider the emotions and rivalrY,' says .urs*.
3 Tyson has been unable to play most of The Tigers biggest threats to the Tornadoes will come from running
: the early season due to knee injuries. back Alan Jones. and noseman Charley Perry.;Jones has been the leader In
3 "People were wondering what the rushing for the Tigers and freshman Perry has anchored. the defensive
problem was. Well that was it. we front line since the Hawthorne Jamboree. >
:: didn't have all of our good people," Oliver Tyaon ((34)) ison, his way to a six.-yard gainer for the Tornadoesown Like the Tornadoes, Union has a small quarterback In Sammy McClen-
; said Hune.i ton., He is small but has a fair arm according to the BHS"couting report.
BHS scored twice in the first half on Union runs an option offense which bas not been run against. the Tor't
:: a pair of three yard keepers: by 24 yard line. The ball see-sawed: for most of the the 24 yard line and. BHS. took over'at nadoes much this season."We haven't seen that offense much this ) ,
BHS with a running attack second period on four down series by 29' defensive line Coach
: quarterback Robert Carver. Both opened the but we are Just.preparing on the bastes/ notes BHS ,
E touchdowns were set by St. by Tyson. Tyson ran five straight both teams. With just 29 seconds left
up times for 31 yards to put the ball at in the half, SA struck on the
Augustine turnovers One turnover three Lane broke loose on the third down
mid-field. Russell then ran for Chambers-Williams touchdown
: Billy Rehberg fumble pass. for 66 to the ball at the
was on a play yards put
and 'Tony Davis for one, but 'The conversion run was no-good and
e recovery at the SA C-yard line and the yards one yard line of St Augustine.Carver
BHS had to punt on the fourth and one .the half ended with BUS In front 14-fl.
Brad Russell
: other an interception by moved the ball about two feet then
;; at the SA 12 yard line. Two John situation. Francis backed the Tyson went over left guard for the
; David Francis extra point kicks were The punt by scoring' The touchdown,along
plunge.
Jackets up at the five yard line. On Tyson fumbled on the second play
I: good. the second down play' Brian Hoey of the third period and the Jackets with a Francis extra point kick, put
:: In the final seconds of the first half the Tornadoes in front 21-U with 1:30
fumbled and Rehberg made the took over at the 43 yard line of BHS. .
: SA quarterback Glenn Chambers hit for BHS. :minutes! left in the game.
Williams for 12 recovery
back Daryl a
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Tyson''moved the ball to the 5-yard

::: conversion yard touchdown play was pass.no The good running and the line; then an illegal participation"callagainst Williams ran the ball for eight rind In the final seconds:of the gameTyson
left
.. SA put the ball at the 2tt yard right over the BUS defensive side i :
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half ended I.. ran for 17 yards from the :36
5 Chamber scored once again for the line. Then Carver went up the middle to move the ball to the 1-foot mark. yard lino to put BBS at the 19. nm.ran' WOMEN.
on the keeper for the first score of the Then Chambers took the ball In on a, JUST FOR
Jackets on a one yard keeper play to out on the next play ending the
St, .
.game. Francis's kick made it 7-0 with keeper for the last score by .. .' .
close the to 14-12 early in the game 2112.Ir '
I game 3:45 minutes left in the first periodRussell Augustine That touchdown put the .", .
third period. Again the running con- Jackets: to within two points 14-12, ., ,

i Jackets version attempt.was no-good. 'for the intercepted Yellow Jacket with 7:1S: minutes left In the third. :... ''\ :'r","1:.' '' ,' :" !!:
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BHS fullback Oliver Tyson put the pass at the 24 yard line and ran it backto period. : 1" t '_ .1 ,";i. ,. IIA
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the fourth quarter on a one yard drive for BHS. ... \1 ,9MhMVOTfc
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touchdown 66 --1/1'/
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by Enc Lane. That was the longest six yards on a draw play line.' On the' third down play or the ',> ,Ii'It..c.-.-.....Ihn $a4 '' ii .% .
!i' running play by Bradford this year. followed two yard runs by Lane BHS possession,'Tyson broke loose .-...., ", Z.ELE14
it The extra point kick by Francis was and Carver, producing a first down at out to the 36 yard. line, but fumbled I. _k,,".L_. : I
lead with just had a comfortable the 3-yard line for BHS. Carver made and SA took over at the 42 yard line Pu Y* .ri
I. over six minutes left in his second touchdown dive on the next she p- r s .t
then game. play. The Francis kick put the Tornadoes IIA S !.
Tyson was the leading rusher for in front 14m seconds into the The Bradford defense:held t the
BUS with. a total of 110 yards In 24 car. second period. Jacket driv, ? and forced a punt from
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nes. Lane was the' next leading .

., rusher with 80 yards, most of which n ami t n nti i > i i i If,''' .STARKE O kl4Y alttbww'ir' X'Rrj+a6.aufl .
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; came from his 66 yard sprint. j. AVIewHrtxnCvimo"
.. The Tornadoes did not attempt a Lake Baptist Churcte tlNURCH,GF.:M10 ,I ive J..ajaja art niscabte fa ssSk??IltKciusivelyfof i a 2'sdmun
'.' pass during the game. ,but lost the ball Kingsley 422 II. St aairti N4-544:sT r DAYTIM television women

twice on fumbles. Rushing BHS bad ,Walter f. Monte. Pastor From raising children to controlling budgets, from f

the advantage with 219 yards com "Where.everybod, Is somebody and Jesus Christ Is Lonn'iSunday We invite you to worship with us. recipes to exercise to Interviews Won't see fI
pared to St. Augusine's 176. SA threw ..... ......, you
the ball for 43 yards in three comple- Services: anywhere else--it's, fast-paced entertainment I
tions, out of seven attempts. BBS in- 1 1I \
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tercepted two passes from SA am o' E.aaiq e... .. .. ....):.. 6 pm ,
"Defensively we played pretty 11:00 am Morning Worship I ........., r.sta, ...-4",; .. 7'.38.. .
good. We capitalized on their 6:30 pm Church Training
mistakes and we didn't make as Worship / 1tIABC.
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many' mistakes as' we have been .
(making)," noted Hurse. Wednesday I 'FIRST'ASSEMBLY OP.GOD" The
SA got the ball on the opening kick 7:30 pm' Mid-Week Prayer Service I: :tIwr.1..W.Id....:* .9846971Pastor : Experience Shows.
at the 35 yard line. On the first play of and
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of cash and merchandise to our organisation.. With your -

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j' ; 11I,1'I,,'" B Y r.." 01 es b realise that it to difficult for a schoolour defensively then dropped offin the notes Sexton. a

,. (. .......: ; ,.;...,:. ,3. An Analysis, ....1'. ...". ". uU\ 1I1l il*11 to. .Editor" ., ,"tt 'i 1'\\(; fc'-' two.size of to your play better without players the. service note: of the third fourth quarter.quarter Then and we played came back pretty in winless The Tornadoes Union High now this Friday at 1-3 night face I

', Hurae. good;We haven't: had four quarters of In Lake Buder beginning at 8 p.m..
"It was a big win for us and the big' The offensive line also
,A first down. Spell that Oliver Tyson. difference was the returning of two credit for the running game.deserves"Overall ... ..... ,... .. ....... d. .... .....,... ... ... .. L ..... .
,And cr: SLUlHrMIPh 'Improved bf*kl">8 of the offensive line.Spell that players(:Tony Hill and Oliver Tyaoni.d' everyone on the line has Improved" i
Itrolll e Thomtcm, weak tackle Tony,Hill stron noted Hearf Bradford say Hune. "The execution was better
Wayne Cobbs,.weak guard Sam Tyeon; JO sold guard 1 1 1Ability'to Coach D.yld Hurse< ;.about the JM3 than It has been and we still need
Tammy
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end'Cet1y Frowdelter. upset St.i.Augu8tine, \ }last Friday; to Improve on; this .to 'win in the
nlghtf >' > future." 6.FIda Sandwich Loven.
make a first down is a basic premise in winning football ..
Defensively the Torndoea l had four
'",, make a.m.a.Before first down.the stAugnsaw. game. the. Tornadoes. $simply ,could. not. It was the first win for the .Ton players with six Individual tackles or

:The reasons:; fullback Oliver Tyson was hobbled with a stiA knee'that nadoes this season and an Important more.Barry Warren Listed by S4,tackles Rehburg asslst are-:
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kept swelling,strong guard Wayne Cribbs had. r knee problem, strong! on* as, far .as attitudes go. "Tne'' win Michael Early 7-0,and;Jimmy Shoen- PICK YOURPLATTER0
tackle Tony IlUl had a knee problem. gave 114 a lot of confidence. ,, said. ing 6-1. -

_.Opponents were Ii1I.b8 Tornado backfield before a play could develop. Hurse.' "We hid the best defensive tackle
runs were forced deepand defensive backs and linebacker could cut performance of the year from Donnie
BUS runners oft before they got back to the line scrimmage. 'It was the moat impressive runninggame Thornton and Jamie Whttehead.".

The Tornadoes were reeling wlft. three straight losses to old-rival'' so. far this'IeaSOn. The Torv. said defensive line Coach Mike Sex-
Baker High, and two to Class IA teams tQ which Bradford 111111'was not Itadoes gained 219 yards on the' ton.Thornton
than -half of
supposed to lose. ground with more that and Whitehead were also
..-' ..The 3'OCKJ; fans from the Macclenny coming from'Tyson with M6yards.. noted by the Gatn..vilf.' Sun!. by ...J.J
game dwindled to less than 300 .
by Bradford did not throw the : .
a pass entiregame honorable mention. .
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.\' "Nobody thought the Tornadoes had a Cba ce"in'SLAUSUSUnei'; ePt .ti mance from inside linebacker steady perfor I Iahik6b
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perhaps the BUS players and the coaches. Tyaon'al'UlU performance earned .
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: Falstreaux. Rehburg also did a good Slllwldi I /
'.. ". -One teenage who didn't him the Galntivilla Sun player IOn make the his and be Is
trip,phoned mothel'.1ler'. the : job becoming very conslstact
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,.!fWe dfd." she replied. strength. |Ie .has been with run knee. w take our dvlkiuiai, hot i Y ,
"Awc citt It out. What out fluh oust and give you moreIhanjui .. ,
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; ;"Well,I'm glad we scored two touchdowns the son said.. Hill was named the offensive player ,+ *% ripe| Juk-y C..nal..lIIk.. ..., frmhly ",, ... .. ''Sandwich
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,, Patiently, she repeated..' "No,'real1yWeWONI" of the week of the BUS Coaching Staff Haunt mum'IxglptdkI.nandoorownxpetiW AU neatly uirfcvd"between our l m-wnjxr/nf UnutHil'linn.Served : Only $1.39 I

No doubt the win was difficult for some of Bradford's fair weather fans for peformance during the game, your with rjalunu a..t, flavorful Trench frk.and. (irony..>.le slaw.n .
r'to 1 ifebsorb.'That's understandable.. You have to look.back to 1979 for a 'YISpeedster house!
.,- break-even season. Erie Lane had his best "
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For' the few hundred faithful who made the hour-long drive to running game of the season with a Send chills :.",. ....,....., Cask --
,total of 72 In through ,,- -' Fish Soadwkh
St.Augustlne must have been the experience of the year. yards six carries. One ;4'.,"r"", H .
) *.',' run for Lane was a 66-yarder that setup every room with giant- ...
St.Augustine is tough defensively.But they couJdn'tifOp Mr.Tyson and a Bradford touchdown: Jointed monsters, .,.t '. I Platter $1.69
his of blockers. and
bevy Again again the big fullback launched himself .
.. !up the middle, behind good ,blocking, then earned more on his own:: The kicking game was also a brtgnt punch-out decorations, ") somethIng, Even IMwI1blc.an M fawirtuF the/ bent can fan he

": ?/The#!YefJoW Jacket defense swarmed In on the big'fallback, forgetting spot for,the .Tornadoes.. Punter and colorful crepe streamers lundwk-h you've ever tamed and
I ,//about the ends and Ignoring the pass; Ever conservaUve, Coach Nurse, field goal kicker John David Francis and morel 60C and up. make It even hitler with freKlily
played close to the vest, protecting the lead when It to chopped k'UiMT, lanKy uutar-'''''.all
even dwindled
.{gi. ,. .< punted four times for an average of 42 bun. .
on that nperial KMUled Natural mt
two" BUS did not throw ":'
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yards"and kicked three extra points;: flavorful trench trim and leHlaw. food!
i' The defense'bent after the half when a pumped up'SA! eleven began) Kicker Rick Braswell didn't give Sandwich Only 99-
,' i driving the football, but didn't break. An SA drive for the go-ahead the Yellow Jackets much of'a chance
touchdown was stopped afthe BHS-4-yard-lhfe'when. Eric.Lane'..Intereepted -,' on returns with-an average of yards
a.Yellow Jacket pass. .'' per kick..All of his kicks were inside

I;: ..., y/Wake.ho mlstifce the.:BHS eleven was well prepared by the coaching' the five yard line;: including two o
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staff.SA was weir scouted. Keys found in game movies and by scouts told, 'touchbacks.. 1..1, !
;:BUS players when certain play was co Sequences'of plays run by Our kicking game is one clout
:&SA.tabulated so BUS knew what was frost likely to come next.Each strengths right now and we, plan to ::: "-
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BUS knew the capitalize on that."- commented
.:' player characteristics of the his opponent,how he
I moves. his strengths,weakessea, and' plant high or low, Hurse. "Francis and Braswell did. '
Difference Friday'nigh!was that BHS could move the football. Plus, fine" Jobs against St. Augustine." .
John David Frances long punts and Rick BraswelTs high kick-offs which 1 was real proud of' our kids Friday Captain D's.
reached.the'' goal line; aided by good special! team made SA night. After seeing Interlachen play
coverage, against tease Saturday night I think C1M3 Htflmarti Cardi.Ino.CLARK'S a great little seafood plaice.
work from deep In its own end of the field.
they have a chance to beat Keystone.If .
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they do we still have a chance to be,
,,jTw6 key Players returned to*the lineup- nack Oliver Tyson and weak In the play-off picture," commented Monday and Tuesday AH Day SpeciaL$3
,tackle Tony Hdl. Plus veteran strong guard. .Wayne. 'Cribbs keeps improves. Hurse. '* HALLMARKSUOP Two2-Pteco Fish Dinners .69
.''tngTJter' an Injury. ; < "People were, wondering what waS;: Loch dinner Inoludw two goktan brown(Uh MM.. ,,notural out tnnob InM,
.1<,' When! the tough fedwofds Road961t1T16 oraomy oot.How and 2 nulham t/yls hum puppla
.. golng'gets the tough get going: : t '.
1 ;'Keeping healthly Is the key for BHS from here on out. Plus Coach Hurse .
plans to,work on a passing attack. He-figures It's necessary. since opponents .
will be swarming in to stop fullback Tyson.,
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'were 131. :' .".. ... ....... '__ fI'I_ -..V ...
>Jaspft,mrch teht BUS 21-7 two weelfc-&oVy (ou Ey J aSper i beat .oN \I

f' .., "'...number 6 Class ZA team In the .tat#?.Gracevl lq. this w. \tIITJ'iI' the'',I as ':31UIHl: j 'itlJs8. eL J J ; j:1: i 1: w t,,cn..t1 ;,e.1):' .- ,.: ;. .d"
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the Mustangs w.ntecU'l'iday night. .
Keystone Heights'; a 21:0 winner over BUS, suffered its first loss of. the I NOTICE! OF
season 15-18 Flagler Palm Coast In a torrential downpour; i.

-Interlachen Is tough defensively,and bigger than St.August.ine. Coach. And
Burse says. The game will, be a real barn burner. Homeowners ,
'-If they'can stay healthy the Tornadoes might have chance to get into

tM'C..... SA.District 8A Iawthorne;"Interlachen, now 2-0 in the district' .. ..Insurance.'JOY it,, : ,. '. PUBLIC
.p ':with wins over Union and ,15bou1d be the real test for both KHS fc'f:: ")" ;
and BUS Most optimistic scenario for Tornadoes is for BBS to beat THORNTON: i > ',
S\ '' .and for KH to lose to Interlachen/ Sales Representative : J' ;: '7 '
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t' r KIt SM in district 8AA, has beaten Union nigh and Bradford High but SUrka. ft. Keystone Heights ,K ; f : :
: still faces district,opponents Hawthorne and Interlachen.\ KH faces a 473-7848 \ ,
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'.! game of the season, Nov. 11. ""' ,:\ Metropolitan! \

l ''<'BHS;0..110 district BAA play,lost 21-0 to KH.Bradford has three district, 0 IiMuraiM*I Cmnpani I IIIIfTUP011TA1lW1J .. ..,;: .
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the neighboring teams In play-off for district honors Interlachen '

.:ti. '.,.the" team. to beat, ,is. ,of course,a strong district. contender., : Property and Liability Ir$.Co is. hereby. given that the City'of Lawtey City
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',/''Original this coupon Rec/11tt./good or(or Extra 2 pieces Crt'PY.net.'of that Colonel's biscuit" 'I to ((1)) make, available to the public information

for only $1.19. Limit one coupon par customer I
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Customer all sales tax.
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.. ; ':") ,.. I -Defensive Linemen of the Weefc J* Ue Whilehead and Dennis Th .nJltea.
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r I in crosa'country the Robert teams E. Lee who Invitational participated in Girls"* :, ," ., ;" ,:;'" !,,' .1.' ?J:2: ". ; :, .." ,', /.., .; ), V, .' '. -.! >'"' I' : 'tf'Vlf.Defenitve .'-* '' J
Varsity: Cheryl '1. '. ', '
,Jacksonville Saturday, Oct. 8 and 13:45: 11)Carol Fussell 13:62: Bole. :, 2)Boggletf3Q8, The boys'varsity-XK' and Junior Part'ft', .. Backs of the W ek-.Erictantfnd Jimmy Shoed 6 l Augustine'.*. !
hosting a meet with fit:Augustine and. da Dewitt 14:19. 15)Tammy) Mann '3)Fussell 14:13, 4)Dewltt: .5)Ms: runners turned. in'their best :times'ot';1 \lAne made 8n interception the game that" stopped a z
Baker 14:20, ) drive;hi the third: quarter He also. made three individual tackles. Shoening
Tuesday: Karen KimutU' 14:39
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14:20 KlmutiB 14:30 OMatin) ,, the year. "We had a real good overall :
14:41: 7)K. of the
The girls team won the was one leading tacklers with six, individuals mid one assist. '
varsity Michelle Kimutis 14:45.Girls Kimutis 15:15. performance front all of them." com y
meet and placed' third \ '
Tuesday mented 'Cross country and ;track Offensive. Back of the Week-Oliver 1'ysea:. '.:. :
overall at the Lee Invitational.Cheyrt Junior Varsity: DLori Sapp r -
Coach' George 'The::
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Boggle was the leader for BHS In both 12:59: 2)Rhonda Bright 13:14 3)Lisa : Tyson also,received! recognition as being'named. Qalnatvttla,Sun player.of ,1
Boy l Varsity: 2)PadMcKiiaiiey girls are working real hard to qualify, the week. .
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meets. She 13:46 against Baker 13:31, 'SJHobin Manning '
ran a Tierney : 17:07, 3)Tennant for district" "
and SA and an even quicker'13:14 14:13, 6)Chrls Harrell 14:15: 7)Chris Moon 18:38: 8)ttooper 17:12.19:40.6)Tommy 0)Cslyid: This.Saturday; OCt. 15, Bradford, Tyson was the leading ground' gainer for' 'the. Tornadoes. with' 110. yards In 43
minutes Saturday.Lori Anders 14:20: 18)Rose 18:09, ca'I : r :
Starling '-homaa will attend theDeland Invitational., .' .
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Offensive Week-Tony, ,
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varsity girls for two more wins addedto Boys Varsity: 38)Eddie-Tennant) jV, \' / '.
the teams undefeated season Sapp 17:53. 8O)Henry Cooper'20:50. Boys ..o dY Tuesday fits will beat home against Hill.had a lot of respoosiUly for opening up the SA defense for the BHS run-
Brown Eastside Santa
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actually had a'better'time than the 31,3IArrI : :' as I ning attar"F'. ') ,, :
winner'of the varsity girls in the Lee s ." j; : ::

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Four Bradford Cowboys teams won
and another tied during last Satur-

day's play against Middleburg. and

Orange The Midgets Park. played a state ranked I -CO P RE, ECK RD, : t4Q! -11

Orange Park team and won 21.0. The ..... EXTOA-STBEIKmi .
rest of the teams played Middleburg. cc-- TYUMOt: CAPSULES DR'. ,
Winners against Middleburg were 6 'I tNS I" I ROLL-ON DEODORANT J ;
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Jr. Pee-Wees 15-0, Pee Wees 24-0 and .--...dP" .--' slr, 369 Urn" .,. ....i.-.-. ..... -......f"p v" :uez.Compare.
the Jr. Midgets 19.6.! The Mitey-Mites '---I f +-"' a ggc to Ban a

tied Middleburg 0-0. Umlt.2 .
This Saturday, Oct. 15 the Midgetswill e
travel to Orange Park to play at 6 CREST or COLGATE TOOTHPASTE OIL OF ,BEAUTY",FLUID A <1S9 NIGHT TIMECOLD 3

p.m.. The Jr. Midgets will play in CKST 4. : FORMULA '
Callahan at 4 p.m.. Three teams will gui coiun sOZoz..a.Tt 4-ot in.&P 378t t1 I .

., be playing in Lake Butler. The Mitey- Limit ,1 1.9..Compare. to ..ta !
Mites play at 10 a.m.,Jr.Pee-Wees at J : Nyqull. "
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noon and the Pee-Wees at 2 p.m., u 1 '
Jr. Pee-Wees 4 MAYSEU.INE COSMETICS r.
MiddleburgThe \ : W' RCID'UQUIDVIDALISASSOON.
25% t ; '
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'the 13-0 sut out of Middleburg. SHAMPOO! r HAIR SFRAY, .' : S.. .1 Compare Mylanla.::: to 3

Shaun Nichols sHined for the FINISHING I RINSE MUftHK MUfHKE PlUS
Cowboys, rushing for 193 yards In or or IIfii f.. MEDICATED. !
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eight carries for an average of over 24 EYE DROP3t. l ... SKIN CHCAM f

yards a carry. His runs netted' him Tour CIIOICI 'a'U "'f .\.- =- 11HZ.. !
two touchdowns. a-oz. 12. Ci..w
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Matt Thompson sacked a Mid- '
159 a TJPU : ,Noxzema. Limit 2 "
dleburg quarterback in the endzonefor ,Limit 3 -
a safety. and. the final score of-the

game. .
Defense was led by Al Jones with 10 MEAT

tackles and one-interception. Wyatt MLIMQTON DOUBLE SMOKER 'LI1"QjWSH
Collins made nine individual tackles ELECTRIC ,
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during the game. The defense did not BLANKETS -8-1... GRILL VTTN SHCIM.MMTI .. !

allow a Middleburg fumble during the WHITMAN'S ...-.a ;: .rat... aN SfHT a... .

entire The.game.winner of .this Saturday's ALL NATURAL MILKCHOCOLATE 229J :&U SJ89 s; .8.2,00MR. .99 ,= =.

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Cowboys-Lake Butler game' will BARS '
decide the number one position in this -oz' 'NWUI .'. : 4.99 So-
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revenge !tL WII1IIL 499' ..
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earlier loss to the Broncos. 3-SHELF Non-sUck
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After trailing by' six points at PLASTIC JIJ'ZEBCQ 404 surfece '
halftime, the Cowboys stormed back & ROD I '

with some good defensive plays by IRISH SPRING .BOONCAS...1...., ( ; NORELCO SPCEBRAZOB : '
Harold Chandler; Willis Chandler I QD.RUl ROTARY
and Lennico Williams. Harold BATH SOAP 12" '. ) S ,.IIM...14.M
Chandler was the game leader scor- S-OZ. MM / / 99
ing all three Cowboys touchdowns, ,. .. ... Pistolo rod. ,2 '
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recovery.
W. Chandler made two pass In.terceptlons' ASSOfiTED ? I l 4-QUAflTBAQ VAUANT ;
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and Williams blocked a K-"T.,;, ..S'POnINQ I 1U1. ... ,...
punt on the Broncos 35 yard line. :... 0--=. GAIL
Outstanding defensive players were Limit 2 / / :;,: sae...ea; i 58., ..
Pedro Carter,'Clint Reed, Williams, ; : '.
Chris Durban, Chris Denkins Brian r 1. f l21a f 88 V 'Detacf+atise6AL. :.
Hamilton, and Wendell Hudson. 8' cord ..I, ._
Outstanding offensive players were : .. i
Hamilton; Limbo Wood, Reed Cam ..... CUIIIC. IASf&8-Mt1l., ;
Ward, Eugene Blye. Stacy -Jenkins, BOUNCE ,, TIDIII YARD dt '' CASSETTE TAPE' a
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over ing streak Middleburg.Saturday' with}' the 24-0 win 99. r jt 4rr0allon ,TSMt 8.... .TUlI iiiii-1CI1Qe
Chuck Morrow ran for 57 yards and e l1 u eeeoSPOfMHES RCUR -1'. ap 'Y' 'S MACK A WHITETfiEVJSIOH :

one touchdown. LanceAViggins total-' 1 ,
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ed 130 yards in nine carries and ,
scored two touchdowns Gail Hampton -' GARtKMTINNLS :
ran for 104 yards. ; 27C1 u : ia!
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The other Cowboy touchdown was a r :' !' ,

blocked punt by Andy Goodowns that 8 radiant eqlof, :' diagonal '
ended In a 6 point score for Bradford. 2 'rneasure
Defense held Middleburg to just two '
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games of the 2-of-3 series.\Mlddfeburg ,.? !** : p ? : "" : : : '' : ':;'[ : '::
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won 19-7 In the firsts match, then 15-a ju* you Si er\ '
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were Scorers Pat Slogan lit the 4 first,Valerie match McClood for BHS 2, \w1 o- .';:: s .'4'SSSfei',I",:, ,,'your te:'foc3 h"fri a;xr:.'i,. > I. 1,,rr,..dYir# ,la..w/ ,Ui;iBSY' :.Sn l l'I' ;", ,, sal" rre.. '. .: nat '::" ,


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thu blank with ith.r. the name of lh_ team you "think will win or "We" If you 4))All decision of the |Judges an*final. A wcond lI.break.r will b. u.... I If 964-5764 .'
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, Anyone Interested houid sign up at the Old Armory before Nov. 18. The party Is for youngsters K-8.. It will\be Thursday, Oct. 27, starting at r
I Strawberry Strollers Run 10K in Jasper.... M\;;; The recreation department i.t open from 8:30: a.m. to 13 noon'and Iron 1 SI: and lasting to 4:30. ..c. ,, '_=1J_ . ,.

.. club In the first annual : p.m. to 0:30.: :. : :" }
Strollers running ran
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Members of the ;; !
Strawberry deadline to be for the ;.1 "' '' '
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10K (8.2 mile), race sponsored by the Jasper Joggers Saturday, Oct. 8. Registration fee and entry must be In by 866942. eligible OWomen's .. ; : :. J : ''\
draw. For more Information 964-672 or
1' and dirt roacu.it was also a hilly call .
The race was a combination of pavement 4.r osiers Nursery
course and the wind was a factor throughout\ race that had about 100 runners .., .( '1{'!,t '1E i''
from Florida'and Georgia. The race was held in conjunction with an I'' "I
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arts and crafts festival. Tennis'League .... ', 0 ; 'J WALLN.UT14
Starke Recreation Department will be sponsoring! a womiw: tennis league .
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Result of Strawberry Strollers: this fall. M1 .m nssnUkMHsMSBESMSHMUMsBMHSlY
DTony Lawson 35:38: 1st in age div.; NHBuddy Revels 38:03: ,3rd In dlv.; The league started last Monday night,Oct. 10. Matches begin at 7 p.m. atthe '
UMarlc Glisson 39:56: 4th in dlv.; l6)Grady) Pauley 41:54: 2nd in dlv.. ; Pratt St. tennis courts <)ur TrophyHeadquarters
M)Billy. Johns 47:07: 8th in dlv.; 4! )Cheryl. Godwin, 51:33: lat In dlv.. ; All Interest women are Invited tjtha department to participate.; :,For,further ,.,'
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members to and run In two races. /? ( : : :
This Saturday,Oct. IS club plan split up ,
ti Larry Green Grady Pauley and Tony Lawson plan to run In the Octoberfest ''
3.1 mile run between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine. Outfitters, Joe's Taxidermy! to sponsor: t,coniest... 1I.,.\ ,;: .. ., -L.. ,' '. ..'
Buddy Revels, Cheryl Godwin, MarK Gllsson, Billy Johns' and. Dempsey. A'Big Buck'contest will be sponsored. by. the Outfitters and JOI. '.Taxidermy Trophies of
Revels plan to run a 6.2 mile"Great Race" In Perry: this hunting season. :
,. The following Saturday, Oct. 23 the Strollers plan to host a run. The run The winner with the largest racked buck will get a free mount Hunters t all kinds'
will start at the Pratt Street Center at 7 a.m.. should register at the Outfitters In Starke. X
This is a training run, not a race, so anyone interested can participate. If you get a large racked buck freeze the head and take It to the OuWtters .
Each person can run the distance they want wether a mile or 15. as soon as possible; Measurements will be taken and recorded.-! > '' ." For All Occasions
Next regular meeting of the Strollers will be Tuesday. Nov. 1 beginning at
8 p.m.,! ...-... .
Karate Classes Have Started..... 'J' 1 t. ,

PAK's karate classes are held in Starke on Tuesday and Thursday
being ,Custom .
Hunt Permit Deadline Up Soon.... evenings. " Engraving"t

Hunters have less than two weeks to apply to the Game and Fresh Water Classes are from 7 p.m to 9 p.m.. at the Old. Armory- on US-301 across from. t M f
Fish Commission's Tallahassee office for their nine-day quota hunt permits.The Bradford. High School. ,
deadline for applications is Friday.Oct. 21. Students from 12: years of age and up are welcome. Three black-belt in ." '., .
The permits are now being issued on a first-come, first-served basis.The stuctors including head instructor Dwayne Winstead will be running the Competitive Prices:
permits are required for hunting on most wildlife management areas duringthe class. Visitors are welcome to watch. ; "' -
first nine days of the general gun season.
Quota hunt applications and Instruction sheets are available from all coun- Four Have Won FB Contest So Far....

stores.ty tax collectors, and' their sub-agents, such as hunting and. sporting goods. There have been four lucky. winners of the Bradford Telegraph football Made While You ,Wait

contest so far. > ,
First week's winner was Doug Johns.. Johns. was, the only. contestant to
Dog Toughening Season Ends.Oct. 20.... miss only three'games.' Call 964-6214 -
Winner of the second week's contest was Gregory Nichols of Starke.
The deer dog toughening season,.which began Oct. 1 will end. Thursday. ., Nichols missed three along with three other contestants, but won. by. being
Oct. 20. closest on the tie-breaker score.
Hunters must possess a hunting license when training or toughening dogs Last week Lea Minton of Raiford missed six with four others. but like
and firearms and bows are prohibited during this time. Dog toughening is Nichols won on the tie-breaker. EAGLEI
not allowed on wildlife management areas unless is specifically authorized This week's winner was Carolyn Willingham of Starke.This week most ,
,so hunters should check the regulations on the wildlife management. area people did not do very well. Willingham won on six misses.
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Fall Tennis Set.... '
Tourney Members of the Bradford
Club
All-Sports are starting a membership
Starke Recreation Department plans to hold its 2nd. Annual Fall Tennis drive.Anyone Interested in sports at Bradford. High School. can join. the club
Tournament the weekend of November 18-20. ,for a f 10'membership fee. sale:
Included* will be the mens singles and' doubles and. womens singles and. Present members will be circulating throughout' the county. looking. for
doubles. members,
Schedules will be available on Monday November 14.Entry. fee will. be$5 p
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for singles and(10 for doubles. .
Players will provide their own balls. Trophies will be awarded. to first and. Rec. Dept. Hosting Halloween Party..... %%; ,,

second place In each division. The Starke Recreation Department will be sponsoring a Halloween partyat YOUR
Games will be played at.the Pratt St. Center and the BHS tennis courts. the Pratt St. Center. CHOICR "'rf" a.ir eh



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LAWTEY ..M1 People"drove out to Lawtey from all over bringing lounge chair and

\7 cooler with them to enjoy bluegrass favorites like "That Good. Old. Mountain.
Dew" and "Will the Circle Be Unbroken -
'. BLUEGRASS. ,. Big names in Bluegrass like Don Reno and the Tennessee Cutups, Ronnie
4 a Reno, Dave Evans and Riverbend The Lewis F.mlly.nd James Croft"The

__ ..". 't.'1 ',I': MUSIC% PARK ,; / Yyp Smallest Man in Bluegrass," were on the bill 'or1IMrw.eekend.t. the Lawtey. ,
Bluegrass Music Park. 1
p r Local bluegraM-entertainers filled out the program,'and the toe didn't stop ;
,':. ; ., .! : tapping when performers like Big Timber Bluegrass The Dixie Jubilees The

Cross Family and Red and. Murphy. and, Co:took. the stage under the shelter at
: the Lawtey Music Park. '
James. Croft, 3'10" of country comedy functioned. Master of Ceremonies
for the weekend. Croft also co-produced operated the festival with. the
help of a newcomer to bluegrass Wayne Stetson. t
F Croft owns several radio stations add has appeared at the Grand Ole Opry.

: Croft blur a bluegrass radio show that-is aired out of Macclenny., but a taped. ,
I version Is played on WQIK-AM on Saturday nights.
"This is our first yearof producing the Lawtey festival" says Croft, who
put on a similar show in Lawtey in April. "We have four big names In this
festival. It's the biggest show Lawtey has had in four or. five years"There's
been a bluegrass festival in Lawtey for 13 years now, according to Croft.

"For something like this to be successful;you have to have good. .drawing.
card and good weather and I think we have1 both," says Croft.
Beside performing in bluegrass and producing. festivals,'Croft also books
festivals through Starlight Entertainment "My living is bluegrass" be says
"or rather my existence, I might not call it a living. I'd like to see us make a

living out of it;though. Right. now I'm torn in every.direction. with little money. .
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Croft lives and breathes bluegrass. He has made. it his life. His partner.
Wayne Stetson' has only been in bluegrass : January of this year.

Stetson's real name is W. Cherill Mobley., He got, the name. -Wayne. Stetson.
from his habit of wearing a Stetson hat.
His background in music actually started 2 years ago when he became a,
part-tinleyadio announcer on WBKF-FM out of Macclenny. He Is the vice-
I president of the Citizens Bank of Macclenny and the business end of the part-
nership falls to him."James and I do this on a joint basis. He does the promotion
the comedy the MC work and the booking.With my background in police
work and. an ex-marine, I'm In'charge of security parking and public relation -
___4 *. I guess you could say I provide the financial know-how." Bays Stetson.
F As newcomer to bluegrass Stetson says "I enjoy It.: I used to listen to mygradmother
/ 'sing bluegrass music but I dldn'trreattze. it was. bluegrass. I can
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,A* a part of his public relations duties, Stetson meets the guest at the gate
and shakes hands with the men. "I go with southern manners and only hake
hands with the ladies if they offer their hand. Physical contact goes a long

way in'public relations. People are more inclined to remember. you. if you. ,
Afl.4+Has have of actual contact he : '
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r "This isn't survival thing with me. For James bluegrass his life. For
t me my dally occupation I Is banking. This is just a part-time thing of course
i' a businessman I like to see people make profit. This is James', ,ur-
viva
But I really think it's wonderful," he says. '

.! Bluegrass Festival....
Coming Soon...
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''S, 7 ,. c rMUt...........adpla. ,a. '.. .. Bluegrass town wilt soon have another chance to enjoy this dcnm-Mmw
) .q. ... ',*S mS s",Ie'" t, ask....ltd..kft'n". '":" 'ma. lc on Oct IMS M the-Lake Butler Berry Biseedn'Bluegrass Tecttvat*
;, r-( isrpssil9ir. i1iieji ye/feet tOUl:- This-festival'will feature name likeLincoln-County Partners, Brushfire"
4 Left) The Smallnt M.a" Bluegrass, The Cross Family,Dixie Jubilee; S.J. Half; the SUwannee River
.$ ........ Jaaes Craft, co-pnxfaced dogger and featuring as Master of Ceremonies; Doug Lee. -
'447w'A' ,the festival and performed as a Ticket prices are: Friday Oct. 21, KJ; Saturday. Oct. 22, $7; and Sunday
t 1" r rfs4, r' country comedian and MC.. Oct.. 23, f4; Children each day. $1; 3 day advance $15 ($17 at the gate).' -

1 "" (Bottom right) People bad to bring Show times are: Friday. 7pm.. to. 12 p.m.. ,Saturday. noon. to. .mldnite. ,Sunday. .
"their own chair to the festival, but 11 ..m. to 4 p.m.
) that didn't them from coming. Food concessions will be available but you should make your own seating
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TenwoV r Whirl will, / bo"held on Oc!. 30 at 7-JO p.m. |'In the football'\ Tao p.mn\ ", ,tha.'i;'(>!, choai, ,board".. ..11n./. room,. l'A WelaMwaWbar. CM> ?. I I. being held In tcey8 -

'l1"tad1u", Srodforad ",,':'- fat' a '. I rr r s f\-\ ..:: 'Stark.CNjr'CauwhNislont W'li m .t crt 7P ;non" Tw ..." ,. +' u.r',1. *h.'P" at 7 p.m.at the Woman'Club and "* ,
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"- aMVka:" Monday night at e.90.p. Peggy
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rk ,' ?! ''i' \ t. "',**.Cultural .Event: '''''p." ." ,... 'i tod<' on tha cartoon character,through Oct. !10.at fins t/E/ y T
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Wow, what a great weekend.!J'bat {
was the reaction of' the-"230! Girl
Scouts, their leaden and' parents attending :
the third annual Bradford- 'I p.
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Union Neighborhood cannpouti at
Camp Chowenwaw near'Green Cove
Springs the first weekend in October. 1 1 1 '/

Nfi ,A great big thank you goes to .
everyone who made the'event a Our 'LL4l: :
case: The "daddy' were a big help .
everyone was most co-operative andthe PRICES GOOD
meals were hmm hmm, good.
Thanks to Laurie Mullins and Andrea OCT. 13-) 9,, '1983
.Abrama .for the neat crafts, Kathy,
and Johnny Hobbs, Mike Tlerney and, 86F' PEOp ,
Gary Davis for the Diane
swimming
MULM AND HOW TO PLAY .
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McMillian for the chow for to part*'paw Rac*va I N a* P oHacmr rtfod ',
everyone *** No aurerwaa nacwwv .
WIM UF f.
TO ottir
.* gama Iwhai .. taqwat al <**a $ai- il oaufiiat at, Mot ..
helping and to .
each
cleanup leader NONP.t wow t
1.mit one iwfcai pa satin tit p1 or ....J' 4 )
who participated in the campout. 2 .1e.R> To Ptar B.np y punch .; ina gii/erM.d. ,.portiona. ol thai.. .
Every unit at Chow was occupiedand YK M_IM IC CNNpf'eW0..your ord'..... m..*>_ik..tMjlhorus ...01 II IMa one tnrAN t......"....p..IOOtuf.... ..ON-1M J, .
most units were :fullfor ; _.MN n..Net m 1M epXOaneN MWN an IM 001.0) A : r", (
this 1100-game I
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2OOOYK. PtM .u nn' .... IM Fw jrYL l
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glorious weekend.: Even > '
our newest ::::.. .
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scout was Scott To .. _... .... N.MNe t-0y ...w.'oo a" ""w.o .. \
present and Cathy : .d'. MM p.M ...._ fVN rlnwwr0W w ... ..I- NN .....,..' f .p '
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Hick Joshua '1 Tth Xr
boy ",
baby Ryan, On* HUT pMBonnM MOO Ch Oom. oompMi*L ,-.
year-old Christopher Hot* also attended'the ", : i row at ft won onir tlOOO S O.n. ti iut* 'taw rog**' btnoa CWMDMI I few down.sroea. '
campout and twomonthold : Only one wm pr pure.*v4. ,." ,
Amanda Looney visted on Sunday. : a N kaonMhr..... c....., Cu.omi Nut Submit lad ....,,. In*,Hani'of .MrM/ i
; .._..in* .,m..ow..'..won tr*eoHwtor card'n IM oroMne 01 '
Each troop was {responsible'' for ...._..i. ..... DHBonnM wno will arrMigs) rot votrfieM Alt.mar.....-d, ,
...._ b.trl0vn acid t
their own transportation and settling 'ha1f..I1I Which an' hOt pan g IM roW MNUMI., .
ONw1M .rd Wn'Mn. N .....' a1 00 n'd p7pnePsL" \ 1
into camp Friday night with a snack rid-10'tM M new 00 ....",OG.'" Orn.S OM b fNnrro end -...-I'
and sing In Big Cabin before bedUme.Saturday" r 0 N.nn...MN NuM. _.uMnd..N.1M-I._....el to..0000 sponw It.ODOOD..........0d....W...OOO-Once,Ooh your r .
breakfast served In Big .uNtr 'pin' hit bMn' .MONO' b. IM .pOe.M Pw N::\rt .: :
Cabin followed the flag ceremony i _s_ PC. : :. gin's NA1.t'w .uwnew tot a pnN N..N '
(Troop 691). While we all missed the ,""' .... Oahe.. ':n PtoY.dY ptaaa N iria 1M faaponxbatty 9N'M: .ON:'lha Nb.=wine b NM..tMA AM'IM 1 \I\

Jungle Breakfast the food was good __ ODDS AS'OF CT",1l1083; -' a All pen maiafia w. aa taiactad and iw or<* ,ad t any VOiO if ol not.ftp OPIa'MO osjm* .::. ;' .. '
and we' will look: forward to that .... -' .. .. ,:;:. = = Mum_and ata-NCO...fliDia bf_awmatiMd muotawd paraonnal Oaiacaa. : Mrnoarad w,ir. r ,.1'-
favorite next year. *. I .:' ,rr: ':",' -mama pmimg or otttar...... .r ia maouiai tn anf war Anoalaurt S0101I. ...
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Crafts, swimming time and games VALUENsus.: n" ._'.. ,. ,.. .. It......._,. IM wilaal*a****to*faro at lha* oama law Oama nwtanate trtatanala MI any VOID way whtra ia*::;::.:<::.:, .L ."i .'.;

(with Willie Mae Randolph) were enjoyed -......... ...._- .. .wOw ..._, "...-, ,,, ........bf..'law ia otfwwHy Owar writ aU.....twkaM an a.iriauMd.mual A. yra.A'. Lj .'
in the morning with a spaghetti /r--" ;';';'L;._... .._ .M.M..._, NN'. ...... lod.d.d b* Qiacnait P aM wrttun de.nn F.e Oayt..alia. ::'''=lha NA t oamaort d N..:..-: "' AiIG t, :'.,
lunch served to the .u
hungry campersby / lha gama at a alataa lo thai apaeilK/ IK.at > anall aimaatatahwrtnowl ,!'t j 'eNrn. 1
Dr. Richard Odom and Carolyn t04f. 1... ._. noi.oa antf .ny wnvantwd .::aubm Md M Of abet
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Eaves (a winning'combination -0) __ wnnlfOMy I_ .hOI''" rataotad ton. :
with '
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M.-NO ot tL11h.n. Mad INnMN ,OWn N.Mw with aw n
new serving techniques). s.-l.rn.li.t11 owl I/.wne-, .MaNOT. A .__ _. PNhAA.I"p atoraa ,land mamoam ol IMO imiwad.ailha
._.law_ _at..NN.1.O.rr II, 1_ A.._dw..e win'u.w..lMd ,...... aponaot.ita atf< nwtn......... and gama auppbart am, not 5M.pAI
Troops went swimming again In the I .-.-1L M wwN.OMW -" lo n.r.e. .- t0 Wn'P W..1..,.
afternoon; visited other units and!i
started preparations their upper*
vin their own units for Saturday t.
A late night favorite' wa; the 1
i iti flashlight hike, where scouts explored,
..., the camp the trails and all the unit.
It looked like Urge firefly* in:;, the
woods .. s 1uL.rT
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Sunday after flag (with Troop 21) +
dPf and scouts own (Cadette Troop 520) a
breakfast in Big Cabin was biscuits,
sausage, Jelly. and, fruit before, break' ,
ing camp.
The weather could not have) been
nicer and neither could the campers.
The campout was under the direction -
of Service Team Manager Diane.

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leaders are reminded of the QSP dinner -
at Western Steer Tuesday 7
p.m. Material will be distributed:
the QSP sales at that time and dinner-

is on Reader's Digest, please plan to.

attend C SPECIALS ) .a..
A Service Team Meeting will be at 8 GROCERY
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I O'13'iant-sjohnson' fintJ.ssp. 'i ti*" li rewards' from trip to; Zambia ,' :,;:: '


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By nitirk FHedUa ship* worthwhile." 'Would lose about t',3d'pounds while I
BC'I8taffWrlter O'Briant-Johnson'joined a staff of was over then because of the conditions
Starke'a Sandra O rlsnt4ohnsonIs eight full-time, registered nurses'at and diet, but I didn't an ounce."
home now back! father: ; :Beat well the hospital In Chikankata: which One aspect of life the government,
kept house on Pratt$tteol surrounded "serves people from a large area In has improved has been the standard
by the trappings M.ow)modern eocle- that region. of education among the young. The row
ty tru : '1'1' "Villages aren't really villages as; government had required attendance.,
if I quite aching; *. < < !! we westerners know them from the In school 1974.when the country'
Several months' ago the Salvation movies about Africa," she said. "A gained Its Independence. From a 100
Army volunteer.,'waq ,working'her village may be an area containing up percent Illiteracy rate then they have
fingers to the bone'in' one at lb e moet to 2,500 people but they don't all live in Improved to e.9Q! rceiJt, ter cy rate?
poverty stricken areas In:*country the name cluster of buildings. The'people ,today, .. ;. r
several thousand miles away In the adapt to the land in their farmIng 1 ge, ueYm'f sincereeeffortyhelp : v .. ,I
dark continent V AMca.O'BrlantJohnson. .: and spread out so there aren't too ment is making a to t ,
a former nurse- many for the land to support in any its people" O'Biiant-Johnson
anesthetist at Bradford Hospital particular area. We served around said "The government b..so poor,!
spent five months; ?working at a isoo to 3.000 people at the hospital however; thai it will take; the efforts of.r.
hospital manned by Salvation Army volunteer from many different countries -
volunteers in a little village named The nurse describes the weather in to help them get up on their
Chikankata. a dwolate spot In the the area of Zambia she was in as feet.":
highlands of northern Zambia. "cool most of the time,, delightful Volunteers like O'BrlanUIohnaon.
The small hospital there was really; because it was never as Jiumidas She Is planning another trip there
started In 1934 and is now partly funded it b here especially in the summer within a year or two when she can;
by the Zambian Government, officially months." save up the money.In .
that la. ''C IdDkata is In the highlands of the meantime she b looking, ,
"We were in constant need of supplies -' Zambia in the northwest," O'Briant- donations of gardening supplies and ,
all kinds supplies" Said the Johnson said."We were at an altitude tools to send back to Zambia. ':
nurse. "The official government, of around 4,000 feet and there was '"They have- great shortage -of'' '4ry'21... '.'. W
policy Is that all medicine is frM to all always a nice breeze blowing in from hand tools and blacksmith equipmentwhere + fi.r -
the people. That may be when there the hills. I was staying" she said. "I, s"l l ,1I'o
is anything being sent. Lose times'' O'BriantJohnson was provided her want to keep helping even'while. I'.> +r '
are few and far between I'm afraid own personal quarters along with the back in the states." n
The government just doesn't have the I other nurses and returned to herdwelling Anyone with donations can cal _
capitol to buy things the people each day to cook her own Mrs. O'Briant-Johnson at 964-4288. I _
need.My husband sent us meals.
desperate n from Starke during my '"The Zambian's base their diet Goods from Zambia...
last month there. I was in charge of, almost entirely on corn which Is the Nurse Sandra O'Briant-Johnson
the hospital pharmacy at the time andI major crop of the country," she said. sits surrounded by relics from her
had to think of a way to dispense it "They just don't seem to understand trip to Zambia. The Starke nurse'
fairly.That was hard because there is what a diet based alomst entirely on volunteered ,her:services for three
such an overpowering need all the one vegetable like that is doing to months this summer In the poverty
time. We Just did without whenever their overall health. Malnutrition is a stricken afrlcaa country.
we didn't get the supplies we needed severe problem because there are no
from the government. If it weren't for other resources for broadening their --- -- V
the volunteer work being done there diet. Many of the volunteers are try wr
by a number of organizations the people ing to encourage them to grow their. arpet $95 Sntsgin 1
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The hospital has 240 bedsC'full. The Zamblans make corn into a Cleaning & Hall} Av.llable
most of the time")and a 150 bed leper meal called"Nahima"which Is really
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colony grits. Whole House .
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woven that was made for her by a day: which can be can of bland. 5998
leper with just two fingers one on "We had to bring some spices and I I Carpet Dyed o x 12)) o.i., . ? .,.
each hand. certain other Ingredients from homwso
"It was a very moving experience" we could cook some of the dishes I Furniture Cleaned (Sofia chair' ) 4498
she says. "The need Is very great but we-were used t6'eating" O'Briant-
the people are responding to the Johnson said. "I couldn't eat grits I "Not Delighted Don't Pay"Serving Beer Wine Mixers>

volunteers a positive way that was three times a day no matter how long Bradford & Union County and surrounding area Locally Owned Price Wise Stores
very rewarding for my experience.The I've lived in the south. I also added I
gratitude on the people's faces vitamins to every meal so I wouldn'tbe I Florida Carpet Cleaning &. Dye Co. Joined Together Save You Money t.
genuine and makes some of the hard missing too much. They said I ,
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Interest lowered for farmers Tim..

Secretary of Agriculture John R. business. But natural disasters such Lou-Ann Azalea. & Blueberry Farm eagrams Bourbon

Block said recently that President as we have seen this summer require Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsytn Road Gin :

Reagan has Instructed him to reduce additional assistance. We are making Take 100 South .0 24th Avenue turn Right to farm ,LTR
emergency loan interest rates by every effort within reasonable limits r. ,
three percent, from eight to five percent to ease the burdens as farmers Now Open- Friday ,& Saturda.30-5.00: I Ir
recover from this severe drought." '"" II
for all farmers operating in Extr1. IP 'VMGiww I
counties designated eligible in the --_ Favorite Varieties of Landscaping & Potted Plants II I
natural disaster I .
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for tM 1983 crop season. program MEED PERSON WU.LINqUtT9v, reA,!, a., %

The five percent rate will apply to demonstrate Steel Building.: Our Louise a Debra lllahlt.. "... ''tqt. .. ;'nt J..U r. (
the first cipo.ooo borrowed; the program wll put one building In tills "
balance will be subject to the eight area at factory cost to right person. 964-7109 Specials Regulary
percent rate. This reduction appliesto CM M kM 1..00-342-41301
all eligible farmers who are unableto D' I IBacardl
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rate of 13.75 percent applies to ; ,
those able to obtain credit elsewhere. ,! A t Passport
"After reviewing the Input we Canadian
received from governors of the affected
Si Lord Scotch
states earlier this month it : ,
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In these areas," Block
said. "Reducing these interest rates
will provide an extra boost to these LTRg9')9
farmers especially those who are not
already benefiting from federal crop r
insurance or from participation the 699 CAWFAT '
payment-In-kind program." '
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Steps have already been taken to '
speed up the delivery of emergency Novelty
loan checks eligible farmers Block Qt. = QUAKER 6.99 6.99. Tops And
said. These' steps including new Quaker State '''
equipment extra office and improved a SweatersPullover
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practices should by more Super g sweaters In
than one-half the time'between loan Motor Oil &oJ .m1CIl x' ., i crew, boat and '
approval and check delivery. Regularly 1.09110W30 MO OAC v-necks. Tops with
Farmers realize there Is certain motor oil. Cash rebate Dolman, 3/4 length Q
risk in the business of agriculture" from manufacturer nos ssaao a e g' r or long sleeves and Rum .
Block said. ."They are willing to face Limit ,. '. i i,,. _'va fashion necklines 'Clan ; ,,-
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long, hard road to fame and fortune only ones'to distribute yThem in the in the contracts, but I did;" he says. me by looking at me singing my f4L "
through their musical talent,but Man country. The other four are titled Michael thought about his future lyrics: with a smile on her, face, she's
those who start,few ever really make "Love: Desire." "Love Tonight ana Waited until now to sign a contract only IS months,old," says Michael."I ,
It to the top. Michael Jones, a Union "Out in a Mystery: ," and "You jBrokemy : "1 said to myself that I can do it appreciate those special people rr
County Ugh School senior, U already, Heart" 7 artd' I'm going to prove it whenever I who have encouraged me.They mean i
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wen on his way,to the tops etklhe,pe t" : T Michael stopped writing tor;; 'about can, so I thought right now Is a good very much to .me because without '
forming world: two years, 'because,people Used to time to start,' says Michael. them, I would 'probably be,a' stock
The 1T- ear-oid recent)),* timed a".r tell me I w uld'paver get at recording, Michael's family Is not wealthy,but clerk at Spires IGA 'all''my life,"he
three and onel18lf'year"recordirl": 'contract forth*: lyrics: 1,Wrote. :1 got, 'not poor either. '"Everyone in my says.Michael's -
contract with Broadway Music Productions Upset and.'1 Just'stopped ''writing family, seems to be satisfied. so iwoulehr't plans for the future are
of Sarasota,Fl.:The contract 'L conslder.my family poor" well-defined. "When I turn 18 and get
U for a minimum of $25ooo and re+ h.eI'j: j a,'lba.1i.k .i mpBei\ .he. says But as In.a lot of families today out of school: I plan to record my :' 1'
quires that If Michael writes' any because he i,was young1 'and didn't not being "poor" doesn't mean lyrics and start earning whatever my ryt
,stings within the next three and on* realize what was Involved in reaching that you don't have trouble making contract allows, because I thInk"ln
years,he will release them on the for a'goal as high as stardom in the ends meet:Many families in the U.S. order to eam'any royalties you must
Broadway label. The recording com- world of rock and soul "1 didn't today have two career people working put enough effort into the challenge,
pany also bought four of the realize that If singing and songwriting support the family. and believe me, I've been waiting for t ,' 4' ,. p .
,Michael half w*y. Witten. "ThS is what I want to do,1 can't let anyone Michael works as'a stock clerk'at over 4 years to be what I have the : '
$25,000' is a minimum' for f /each'song,*' discourage me: 1 haw to go and do Spires ,IGA ,after, school.: Tommy talent to be and I'm going to do. It,",he ''ri t tvt
Jays Michael ;:U;:hey're popular, what I want to be successful in.'* Spires owner/operator of the store, says.Michael
they'U I be worth a whole lot morn" By age 19, Michael had begun to says of Michael's contract, "I'm happy looks up to another famous k hI'
." Mlebaells confident that his Bongs wrlte"agaJn. He had enough faith in for him. He's a good conscientious Michael, Michael Jackson, but when
., '. wHf do well. A band from Miami, himself to send out demo recordings friendly employee." asked If he was going to be another
called<< the'Backltabben' will be performing -' to'several companies Including-Five In ,spite of. the :hardships that Michael Jackson, he said no, "I won't
with Michael when he starts Star Music Masters of Boston, Mass., Michael faces in his climb to the top be Michael Jackson Eldeb rge" .
ocr Wa careeri He Is trying to decide Crown Music, Inc. .ot"'New! York he still has faith in his ability to make Prince or Rick James. I'll Just be the ytL
now whether to finish out his last year Atlantic Star Music of Miami,Colum- it in music. His faith Is reinforced by new Michael Jones of Lake Butler, -I
at'UC HS or start his music career bia Records of Los Angeles,}Epic of his family and friends. "I pick up Fla." (
now and finish high school:with a Hollywood and Broadway rt enough faith in myself from some Michael also wanted to invite -
tutor, or through some other means. His faith proved total well4lacedbecause good friends of mtnev They told me to anyone interested in contacting him L a
Michael says thatlbe"DJaY.f1nIah.' be received recording contract go for It. Many of my relatives also about songwriting to do so. "You can
lcboo1at UCHS because he enjoys his:' from almost all of them when encouraged me.' \ Vi call me at 490-2597 or 496-3361 (only at ..
Involvement with campus activities they heard Us voice on the demos. "I ,One very special person who encouraged says Michael catch me on the run,"
He is president of the student council turned down some.of.them because; Michael, was his young
vice-president of the senior class awl :
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Involved with preparations for the L' ;',(' AI :, M'I ( :

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t Bradford ,' magazine: fuses couples ntentiree community
of "8 '1 1r.\ :'.,:,.... ''Victoria Uris has learned her craft through a
''chor'eotP'*;W" .,, ;. Xw' from Paul Taylor with whom she until it seems to merge with. nature
presented tJi1(. ., danced for six years: "Sea Dreams" itself." r'
highlight th* A$4ea uenee 01 evolved from her workshop project Rounding out the evening's performance -
the 1083 Saate, CannwiW College, and performed by Dance Miami will be the exultant, American
FaU F rttv a.MeR"' Bni :&llnt Arm reproduces Taylor burly lyricism "Blttersulte" danced to traditional
t, '. tt 'her tonight (ttawteryVsa+ ejtcmng and some of his favorite devices. Appalachian music, "Memories"
evening mwlMtar ta4 tai begins at 8p.m. There's the line of dancers-spilling choreographed by Thomas Bam, and
at the 84w .W t is free to IAq'paidtilfcl'. '?IT7''r7 there again and again is the circle of Iris Pell.' .
Mary tuft atNrtfaMMMUetlh Chicago, bodies leaping around a changing
and joined. .';F'JR_ ..Dance'.Com central figure that rises and falls In a The audience:! will be able to meet
pany *.. tiaq' ;and later a* ceaseless cycle 01 death and resurrec the dancers following the perfor-
rtintic tion. Like several' at a reception hosted by the
choreographer aw 4 director. .Taylor's. serene /nance
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Last season Bh*.<.........*t.Southeast
on a National Kavn> nt'for the
Humanities F.HfwrtdW .' Currently a JI bAt
dance consultant .tt.National Endowment
ah* baa atw-wd three years
on the State*.rtaPWwJStonc* Panel.
"My Interests IIetJrahat is coming race tracks the favorite winS fewer. than 30 percent.of .
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and edenslve most Importantly.clean-up of the the addition offin of new recreation equipment II our ,> ;iv 7
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facility.signs. These.changes. 'made.the park the only one In Starke with such a ; ," /:: .. '"

to 4-H join has, just Is started a new year In Bradford County and II you would like'' JI'..' 'it;': '!,
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F Bruce W. Rehberg munications, high fjuency'direc- w :

Completes Advanced Course tion municatlons finding management.operations and' 'com Cracr 15 to'a..m. 6 p.m. .... ,

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the Corry Station Naval Technical. has completed recruit training at the .. << achieving that goal finding that ''th ,'r' sultsr ': '.' M'*.* :

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function as a suprevlsor and manager the effort stirriulatirw and enjo abl .,'- $twhileleading; .j 4 -4 4"v f r'r .,<
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reporting tion on circuit procedures", control shipboardtcoruFLORIDA and traffic- '-I, the! ;pro a11! :/wet, (keep; track ,bf how you'r'cf'doing- .lurid'. .point ';*'l louirways' .1.'sItiltL4P, { :-Y' .. f2.'''tit lu..a llC:: .rare 7i& :/ .: fid ltg5itMt' i 1'

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'w.1; !. '.s..tI't, ,dt,;, ,'I r'H1QSe4JM1 .1".' "I" 1 by Linda Whirion' ]"; study nursing, found her husband and .'1 even had one of my dresses go to with' ; 8t.i8k1ng. a
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it..ir.'I .WhI"" ./ .{'> ". I"'Id' n. /, ".. .___;r'__ 'LaW Region'Monl oic Editor" J Ja "never She grew returned.up-with" ,the White House not long ago," Mary step'intoKnfuture with new dress
the "
'. ." Something and. lnethiag' 17.18th'cen- commented. top by Anne Lowry Antiques in
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,t '.I'o1'IM\ .' oaq new, tury antiques of England
.. ...... """ littleof thfl past and a line el today with the Victorian and her husband Melrose. It will undoubtably. give you,
So If its a trip through yesteryear
." \ ,'. .. is what AnnejLowcy Antiques. offers Iry. America. So; combining antiques their of the beat of two worlds, '

,\/J'i/ -rt .1 ,,' r \, .Melrose. knowledge and love of antiques and
", Just this -summer. Anne and'het: her husband'ilove
11>Ih-" '. \ j'HI. of fine woods,they l-.,.
husband _. ... .
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chuck: thre
.. purchased! turned their -
}. .1'" \ 'r' ___A.JN hobby Into a business. "
jjtW'II;: """, .j l01I""':"" ','".'1', I << 1.-- 'quarte.q or ( block on the main street "You lust have to like it,"said Anne ;
.\!:"' 'lo1\\. ,., {t'. :_ Melrose.Acpd on this parcel of land when asked what she would suggest to YOUR
,, ," was located an old ,houaer t that date$/ the novice who wanted to purchase
.1" h I bait ,to I the isooa and an''old church, antique. an
\. '" ,' ', 1IY' 1I\ thought, to have- been a Missionary'Church "And you also have to know and

:.. : of Christian.Alliance.date, trust your dealer," she
added.
of construction, is not known by.the "Beware of the dealer that will not HOIC.FREI 1
Lowrys but, ,they plan,to .do. some take an item back."
research, on it in the future. Found in Anne
The,,house,,used "4 s the shop, is an are large maple and Lowry's cherry Antiques
chests
antique itself, It was built for Mary 'dating back!: to 1820, t(whose drawers DELIVERY DAYS' ONLY
MoQiunan back in,1881, as her home":;' slide easily In and out and.Installation
upside down, a
The ,
two-story.Victorian style cottage, sure sign' of fine within market.
workmanship), brew
charmed by.* white picket fence and 1 1.bloomlngl f Royal Dalton urns, oriental and hand horn service guarantee
fl nvers, planted in old; hooked "She
rugs. also ,
carries
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CHOOSE
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whlgkeyrbarrels
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placed on'each side"Of fordshire figurines, (one of Anne's
-' the entrance, lends,itself well to the
". specialties), solid brass candlesticks,
display of antique furniture and, collectibles 'needlepoint tapestry, Chinese' and EITHER
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t + Just about all the Lowrya. had to do 1 French English qulmperware porcelains", ,'crystal and I 198
a collectible
before' moving In was patch few great with
country furniture Anne,
holes in the plaster; check its wiring says. j .

t and plumbing and give it..a. .good coat hems on the newer aide which could jD Instant Credit
of Yo a
,'it was JiistT,mainly.cosmetics i : ? ,'";fr. !.or l be purchased home decorations as nice little Include gift Items such, -.. to i Qualified Buyer

said Chucki."NoWthe, church: is takings things as sweet scented and colorful
I little more extensive repair,*"'heiaddedV spice wreaths, the Williamsburg hand C1640
;"!due to termite damage.;, dipped candles, china and wood Modal DRC40C. D.lux. Cool
carvIngs. MARTIN
I But th hurchTwith'its high ceiling' .

t, >and arch windows'and Its still-in-tack, Upstairs a bedroom b devoted to Dearborn Cabinet. Unvented heater
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::total emersion Baptismal font; ap-. the display of linens, handmade finish
"" ,009 BTU Lifetime$ porcelain
1 plats to be Chuck's!: pride and Joy He- children s quilts 'and colorful" throw
and his brother,Frank Gainesville;' pillows'done in the Laura Ashley' 'Heats'up to S rooms -

who is part owner of the property,are fabrics. Little staw bats, a decorative
t., 'doing' all the renovation Work Item for a child's bedroom Is
room
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themselves. 'daintily decorated with dried
flowers
i : i Plans are to open the building to and ribbons. __ ._
other antique and collectible dealers Another upstairs room is used to : 6000off
I 'in.the area, renting them space to/ 'display the Mais Alice Originals,
:If' "!i.. .... display'their1 furniture, Jewelry, old which'are designed and made by LA761L0thirly
r t1'-'jf linens' Or what-have-you. Melrose-Keystone' area resident Either Washer
; "Give us two or three more weeks. Mary Chambers. '
says Chucll:.'''When you see the paint
"They are one of a kind. You'llnever \ irl
s1 goon the outside,well be about
ready
see another
like
4'r: one it" says
: to go,?" he:added.. Mary of her creations. THREE
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L "Around'10"12 of Mary says that if someone comes in N U
Gainesville, Jacksonville and otherareas and sees dress she likes but It Isn't Whirlpool
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r. haves" lie already. shown an in her size'she will make her one on .. AUTOMATIC WASHER
interest, said.. 'the 1/
same order, but not identical. She C
1 ..'. ry y "The church once had Italian stain- !says she will also take special orders -.*!" 6 Automatic Washing Cycl.sTy
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;). ... :. ',.';..."" .:.""'" ed glass windows which were purchased for custom made clothes. .

<-"IW. ) .in UM 1970s' by man from Mrs. Chambers, who has been sew S Pushbutton Water Temps
Lowry Antiques.... Jacksonville for his home," said ing since the age of three, says she
Anne and husband Chuck Invite local and area residents to come la and Chuck; "There is one In particular, a raised her family of four children by RANGE

'v;. browse through their shop for a,look at something old and something Bel"i would dove .on Jove a-,to blue!Ia'e.background" that I i son sewing who and is in still college sews for her;youngest" '

'?The windows have been replaced by' Mary says she buys her material GAS OR ELECTRIC
>- plain late glass which provides plenty
anywhere and when Bhe It -
buys she
'"' of light and a nice view of the large doesn't necessarily have anything In o Long lasting beautiful

":' '; '..It. .. ,. \ito' oak trees draped in Spanish moss thatsurrounds mind for It. -- porcelain construction
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.. .11I. f<( the "church. "t spend more time trying to figure
; Chuck said it Is their goal to make l!. out how I will use it than I do making Oven Window Clock
t into a real art center and a place that' somehing out of it," she said. I Oven light Timer
If.1 will blend in with the unspoiled. atmosphere All types of materials are used-
II : of Melro i cottons/ linens, silks, woolens, synthetics appan or Roper
The quaint little white two-story and .knits. All seams are
',. cottage, with Iw;gtesnbhutter's'add, ,]]finished to MOaa1L30.ZO22. .Model.1222
.. perfection, of.course *
except ;
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.- .Jrtrnler read, trim:, laces.the..main., .i inner knit creations. l d; ,.ii.'uw; Rte' ;
I drag in Melrose, f) t-2I*, and serves asAnne's Many of her dresses, suits ana YOUR

own Shop of antiques and collectiblesAnne" |blouses, ranging in sizes six to twert-. CHOICEAPPLIANCE 348
who started in the an- i are made from her
tyl own patterns.
tique business' seven years ago, "Sometimes I use a basic pattern,
formerly had a shop In Micanopy. But sometimes combine several, and ; Y Et .
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,since their home located on".ake-
':sometimes! make upmy, own," she
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Geneva:: drfve'becameriomewhatof :said.
a chore so they looked' *for" property 4 Since- pattern sizes differ (romj
closer: to home. r' :/' 'store-bought sizes, Mary'has devised
Anne,who still talks with a brogue, I a special chart"[ sizes and has her 332 W. Madison Slarke 964.7701
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bonk in Scotland the town of
hi J ladies' wear tagged according to color
,Ayr.She came to the United States to for easy,size.Agjggtiony.: ;__r- t r.

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'As oclatton'wiU meet tonight (Thurs-
day Oct. 13) at the Union County
High School Vo-Ag Department in
Lake Butler on the brucellosis
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All cattlemen from both countiesare

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Dr. Paul Becton chief o[' the
Bureau'of Brucellosis and Tuberculosis
with the Florida Departmentof Family Pack
Accessories... Agrkulll1re'.od.Consumer Set 103 EdWSrds Road
vices,,will be the speaker for the evento -
AM!awry straightens table accessories In her shop that Include hand '. 964-x290 Fryers
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Minted plates dried spite wreaths and attractive wood pieces. ; -?I

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. 51 Felony Cases Received by Stuff$ Mtom. <" ysOffice'in? September/, \ |

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\ During the Bradford Of seven guilty pleas' accepted during state attorney's office. A sworn cilmpi'.lnt'apidat two men forgery, defendant. completed. PTI prosecutive merit: .'
fice of state attorney received 61 September.' Five Juvenile petitions were toed' i and a Juvenile charging grand theft program and nude restitution to vie .Anthony Forshee: arrested August
new Individual cases and/or felony Seventeen Informations were filed with no Judicial action approved ozthroe July 26, vase dropped lacked pI'O"a.euUn' 20: and'charged with battery of a law
defendant for pro eaatlon. Twenty In misdemeanor court. Three prior cases and two cases were dropr merit. and. Insufficient James C Allen arrested June 4 for enforcement: bfticcTf: Cftsv droppeddue '
cues-recelved involved Inmates in .cases were dismissed by the state attorney peel by the state attorney. 'according.: evidence. burglary,case dropped. doe. to insufflclent to' Insufficient evidence. Also
Florida prisons. information were and there were seven trials. toClark. ., v, ; > evidence/ chargedwith resisting officer with
tiled on 50 prior ea M. The office of the state attorney A sworn complaint of'aggravated'assault"August violenes/case transferred' to mlsdea-. .
declined to prosecute one case and Cases dropped during the month Include 11\case dropped victim Inmate Donald Perry charged June meanor' court.Information. -
Eleven cases were dismissed by the three guilty pleas were accepted. One a sworn complaint against an does not wish to prosecute.' 14.1983.: with two-count of aggravated filed on Mary Ellen
('to. state attorney and there were two case was dropped.t the direction. of inmate charging' possession of, a Robert Jacfcsoo arrested.,July 20 battery. and possession of a weapon-bya Lewis June 9 worthless check charge,
V*' jury trials, according to Investigator Judge George Pierce. weapon by a state prisoner; \dropped. and charged with aggravated "battery ata,. case drop restitution nuuM.
Wiley Clark. There were 17 cases for initial appearance for insufficient evidence.. case dismissed victim: does. not trial and tencedaltoiuWWaof20 D. Spaztanoebarged
-, The office dellned prosecute or arraignment,traffic A sworn complaint,of aggravated wish. to prosecute yean to be served consecutively.! Ap- June 38 with aggravated batter,
!E3 eleven cases. 'Two 'felony appeals criminal court. Six .cases were handled assault July:23,1t83,case dropped the Raymond D. WI lion' .arrested .,pealed his conviction and won,'state ease dropped. victim: does. not. wish. toprosecute. .
Eg were filed by defendants. There were aulJeowoottt-I to ..ivnmnt, by the victim does not'wish,to prosecute August 24 and charged with uttering a attorney: dismissed the cue It lacked ,,

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. i News Briefs ; 'r,

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13*. Accident Friday screen porch' and entering by. ar Bond tor the charge was a t at'iaxr.Masey $281.50. placed under supervision of Eddie Taylor Jackson,Jr.adjudged $25 and make restitution. :
US-301 unlocked sliding glass door. was released after he posted a Salvation Army for six months, must guilty wilful-wanton reckless driving, R. M. Hayes; worthless check, $ sand
Leaves Driver Injured According to Investigator Taylor,,, cash bond. ,complete SO bona community service. fl '$85.5o. '. make restitution .;
y f' $61 was reported missing from' the work and attend DWI school Jackson adjudgedgu!Ity driving Jimmy Flowers, Uttering. 'on
An Altamonte In Springs man accidenton was Donahoo residence. Two Starke Arrests Brown guilty of having aa Improper while "cense suspended ''produced private.property, clean up litter,$25.
seriously Injured a one car Anyone having information relating tag must pay$29 court cost license, paid$39 court'cost.
north US-301 near Market Road. to these two incidents or noticing For Shoplifting Ronald Eugene Griff, guilty driving Sandra D.. Barnes driving''wblle '
late Friday night.Edward'James. Callan southboundon anything suspicious In the A Starke couple was arrested after while license suspended or revoked Hcens* suspended. ,. produced. license Lawtey Man Arrested:.
: neighborhood should contact Taylorat they were seen taking merchandise 30 days In Jail, credit given for pay tu. For DisorderlyWilliam
US-301 at 11:50: p.m.,driving a 1983 Being
the Clay County'Sherlff'a Department from the Family, Dollar Store. In time served ((21 days served).
Honda, lost control of his vehicle and by calling 473-7211. Starke Monday James W. Marchant guilty no valid In criminal'misdemeanor' dtaposi-! Lewis Henderson of
struck: a utility pole in lot.front The of vehicle the Cecil Lorenzo Hampton, 20, and driver license: probation six months, lien the following'cases: appeared; Lawtey was arrested Ocotober 8 and
Lake Chevrolet parking Maine Patricia McGreagor: ,20,were must complete 50 hours under supervision Ronald Eugene Grilfls, possession charged' disorderly conduct,'a S
overturned driver and starting of the spinning vehicleon FIIP Announces arrested and charged with two counts of Salvation Army.,'violate no of'caiaubts,30 days in Jail consecutive cording to Patrolman David Crum..:
the out
IiI throwing side, according to License AppointmentsRobert each of shoplifting, according to laws. with a traffic charge.Ebbie 1 Henderson (* convicted felon)'was
the passenger's '
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Patrolman Richard Ben nett second offense McKinley,violation of open, also carrying a conceraled weapon
Captain W.S. Rhoden. A. Butterworth, Executive Marchant guilty container taw : he Henderson
Bond for the charges was reducedto $59.25. for which was charged.
Callan was treated by Director of Director of 'Highway .Safety and $100 October 12 when Hampton and valid driver license, probation six Gary Phillips, disorderly intoxication was unable to find 'bathroom In
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under .
Cliff
hours .
Services Chapman 50
Emergency announced that complete
I'I! Motor Vehicles, has released. months, $&IA Store'' and was arrested for
McGreagor: were their
i:4 then transported by Stat-Flight which the Division of Driver Licenses isbeginning own recognizance. 011. supervision Salvation. Army, 'Dane l Smith battery $25. 1 Bas a public disturbance :
landed in the driveway of the To-Rena November 1, a voluntary. violate no laws. James Tabron,disorderly Intoxication. for the charges was set .t
Motet. Callan was taken to Alachua appointment system statewide. Clay Co. Man Arrested'For '' June Michelle WUkison charged no $&I... $390, tie"was relased on his .own. .
General Hospital then transferred to of valid driver license produced license '
ser-
Citizens requiring any type Gene Leov Told worthless: check recognizance.
I Shands Hospital where he remains vice at a driver license'of flee will be Being Disorderly : paid $10 court cost .
condition, according to at ,
stable scheduled a time and date for pro-
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: A Middleburg man found asleep on ..
hospital spokesperson.Damage has k
ceasing The appointment system the hootroC a car In the Reno section'of
I, Florida to the Power utility and pole Light belong-Co. proved to be very convenient to the Starke was arrested when he became for.
to
ing public and where used, has almost and threatened several Working .f
belligerent
was$1,000.Damage to the Honda. was eliminated long lines' and waiting awakened. VJ ;
when he
people was .
W.OOO. periods. A pilot program for full ser- Johnny Littles, 19,' was arrested brlght.rhealthcar ffiituraf .. .;
vice appointments was implemented! Ocotober 9 and charged with
:sI: Raiford Boy Injured earlier this year in Duval County and disorderly intoxication, according to, I .

.. In Monday Accident will proved now so successful offer it that at the ail. division'offices Patrolman' R. W. Keen. .;,,' Santa Fe Healthcare .Systems.' Inc., j is., r.he .;private, not-ror.-profjt .II

An eight-year-old Raiford boy was throughout the state. Littles Bond for was the released'on charge was set his at own$50., ''. k ..corporation which: :'cool( lriateS/ the operationbr&sdrord: /.HospitaI.,', ", .' ,-r, (

t I injured when he rode In front of a Tuesday Offices hours through are 7 Friday a.m. to, closed 6 p.m. recognizance.. \. .'fl. the .BH Center, for Health and Fitness ST Flight .and several Other'I.I. :,

J SR-16.pickup truck, Monday' evening ,on Saturday Sunday and! Mondays! Starke Man Arrested.:L. hospitals'anti healtr),, services in..North. Florida. '. .rIts' ',..,' 'I It'f'::

Michael Bryant was taken to Causes Accident CJ"A I goal as,an organization, is to assure the"citJzens'of' North t Florida.' ,, ; .;:',.''.: .
Shands Hospital in Gainesville where ; 'quality healthcare services';at feasonaWe prices; "'. *> "' .. :'"
he was listed in stable condition in In- Traffic ArrestsIn Starke man was arrested for driving ,. '
.. interestedinbecoming; a member of.ihenof-for-prpfit. :
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tensive care as press Bradford CountyMark while his license was suspended 4-w" "
Bryant attempted to cross from the after be caused an accident on N.E.. corporation.whICH elects the'govem ng board of Santa Fe send the .
north side to the south side of the road Robert Sabat, 23, of 20th Avenue Starke Oct 3. .. coupon( below for a membership application/ or call Santa Fe's' Executive ... ...": :
when he was struck bya Gainesville was arrested October 7 Bell "
on his bicycle Raymond RandaU 21; drivinga :
eastbound 1976 Chevrolet truck, according and charged with wilful-wanton 1973 Buick,'eastbound on N:E.2nd .Offices a'i90+375-432r. To be"eligible to. Vote at'lhls'year's annual;; .:.'\\11..
to Trooper J. H. Horler. reckless driving; fleeing and attempting St. failed to stop for a'stop sign and corporation meeting\ (scheduled for November 30)) your membership .:
The driver of the truck In the 5:05: to elude and resisting arrest with while making a right turn traveled :
x \ to Patrolman application (not coupon belOw) must;have been received In SFHS '.'
accident was James Kroster of violence according across the center of 20th Ave and was
r Ocala.p.m. William Tillotson. struck by an eastbound 1976 Ford,'according Executive Offices by October 261983..'In order. to be presented. to the. ,, '/ '. .:
No charges have been filed. |in the Sabat was stopped at 3:15 p.m. in to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge.Bell ,Board of Directors for'approval. fi .
accident the school zone in Lawtey on tJS.OI.Bond : with violation of
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4- bribe charges was set at a the right-of-way and DWLS. he was .....
total of $900. Sabat remains In the released he posted a$200 surety : : i.
ArrestedFor after ;: D Y.*. r J HIM a membership application.
: Starke Woman 'custody of the Bradford. County. Jail as bond. <** "
Being Disorderly of Wednesday; Damage to the ,Ford. driven by .. '. .o' .., .. .. .. ,,..'- .., ,0$"' :&,....:...:. ,
Sammy'Ander Brown of McRae- '.Shawn,!:;:;' Akridge or Starke..was..:. ..... .' ". .. ... .I..J \ 1.1 I I L IdIrQ ,iII"I'd, jl.-'" "
I: "Loretta Katherln.Alton., $, of. -Ga.'was arrested: October; .8;.nd ,,to.the HuicfcjnM, ti jIoNo ? t-of ,
Damage nnrnJ eer "
$1,300. w4 irr ,
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h' Starke was arrested October 8 and ,charged with driving. while Intoxicated 1800. No injuries were' fisted.:ti_ .(;- ->.2JMj., ; ;;;:: Mtd'h 'x:b. :,1'e; 4ti: .., heubA. ;? ,. 1.7:_: '" ;

charged:wtih disorderly Intoxication, ,'according. to Trooper D.'C. either driver or their passengers in \ .
according to Captain W. S. Rhoden Roberts. the accident. lit I"j Address. Daytime pfipne. ,;: '.0.;.
and Patrolman Greg Nichols. Brown was stopped on US-301 driving ;'.',... .'It Ai:
Starke police tried to settle disturbance 1979 Jeep. Duval Man Arrested ;. ." 1'/1/
at N. Grand Street when'Allen, Bond for the charge was set at$300. City .State, Zip Code. j1"
,t' who was intoxicated started swinging Brown was released after he posted. a For Being Disorderly *" L ., '
1 I and struck Deborah Blake 'after cash bond. A 26-year-old Jacksonville was. \ MH tot Santa"'e Healthcare Systems. Inc.,PO, Box 749.. Gainesville.,Florida 326021"; ; ,
being warned not to, said Rhoden.. arrested in McDonald's parkingman lot In .4, to 3,4"
,I' Allen was then arrested Jackie Lee Elkins,38,of Starke was Starke early Sunday morning. 'r,.... It.;; :
"if & Bond for the charge was set at $50. arrested October 7 and charged with Eddie B. Hill, Jr.",ws arrested and, ---,.. .- ... "
; Allen was released after she posted. a unlawful speed, driving while'intox\ charged with disorderly Intoxication .
.' cash bond. icated, driving under,the influence, according to Captain W. Rhoden. i BRADFORD C .' ,'"
having no tag and refusing to sign the Police were called at 12:Ifra.m: Hill "f. .' OtJA ,
:: citations, according. to Trooper J. H. became abusive and violent with Cher' 'k. '. t ; : "t _fH4Cgi.ty_ Nr1. : ,,,'
r3 2 Keystone Burglaries Horler. security guard and police. ,, ;..i.t> .. : ,, ,,' .',t .t
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'=- miles west of Starke SR-100.Elkins $50 cash boat jjj e ..eg"UP. $ :" '. 1"ii :;>0'
(i Two burglaries occurring in the blood alcohol level was .21 percent. : ', .' : ; '. .
Pointview.Fairway neighborhood In Bond was set at a total of $673. I(' ".r : .. ; .
t i'Q r 1! Keystone Heights were reported this Elkids: was released on a Traffic-Criminal .,i., ''V. .; ,: Tin&M *wf jfffnmfarrln rue SUt fBfiotmDearReaders ''' k ..r ': .1, j
... weekend by the Clay County Sheriffs recognizance\ bond Court: Wrap-up. .," '., .'r" "'Q""I' ,
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and still under in .., .' ."' '
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Dispositions. October 3 In Bradford : 1:
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vestigation. Neal Richard Lindberg of Bradford .' .' > ...' '" !W
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According\ to- Sheriff InvestigatorMike County was arrested October 12 andcharged' County Court TrafficCriminal'witbJodge'George .. o' '' /!':
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Taylor, Carroll Robert Perry with driving while into- H. Pierce Incedei'1.; : .. !.I\'i"\ \.
Joanne Banks 'Brazell.: adjudgedguilty +. I'I' I )"
woke: to find a man Urhis bedroom Icated;acoordh: :' to Trooper. Kenneth driving white intoxicated,fined\ .' \' !, .,' f. ;.' ,.t'" ';''41\\''11 :;

around S:45'a.ifl. early Sundaynwroanythlng Etheridge.Bond for the charge was set at$300, $281.50.license suspended six: months; ; ; i-/tf-'v; ; I ? '." '*: \\i\.;, s I
the man,be 0- Lindberg was released after he. under supervision of Salvation Army'six Ihe'severaf hundred ;
When Perry yelled.t cash bond. months must complete 80 hours .hawse such a great pleasure to receive : responses
ed thereat door, apparently posted
surprised through before be coUld. take community work and attend driving' to our recent-survey: concerning: :three newspapers. We are ,very 'J
intoxicated (DWI) school
: Jennifer Johnson of Bradford County while Brazen guilty of no valid driver grateful to those b/you'who took the time.and effort respond. to bur '

h scene of bounds the crime were, but brought according to\ the to was with arrested driving October while her 11 license and charged was license, fined $33.23. "' V ,request Jn, aY.va.b.U3Y; rld.it.fsha; ;; hardship:'to,..tak :,tlme Itogothrougffa (

Taylor, lost the scent of the suspect suspended, according' to "Patrolman' guilty William driving Ernest while intoxicated Seay adjudged fined, survey and respond;tq many.a.uestions..lagdin thanks
down the road. Jerry Miler.Bad .
about 200 yards
The man was described as.a white for the charge was set at$200. $281.50,license,suspended Salva"Army months(. Your.?valuable .Ih/ormation will give us the necessary: information
of
male, about 6 ft'blue tall shirt.and 170 It*, and. JohfI8OO'reco nIzance.was released. on her own. placed for under: six supervision months, must complet-. needed produce q{',better, newsp<1.pter1for.'! you.We;\ are now In the pro-

wearing Another light area resident. Wayne : 50 hours community service'and' 'ate'\; cess tabulating the survey:responses, and once this Is accomplished,.,

t Donahoo that, reported some time later between that afternoon the- was Dana arrested Masey October of Bradford'County 11 and charged ''tendDWI Seay -:of driving. \ while llcens$ we wilt.prlnt an overall summary', .of'your responses. This summary ,will

hours of midnight and 10 a.m. Sunday with driving while her license wassuspended suspended or revoked, fined$39 23.:A- run In'-eacH. :individual' ;paper, ,and have meaningful' Information-

,someone had entered breaking their into dwelling their C. Roberta., according: to Trooper D. guilty Richard driving Charles while Brawn Intoxicated adjudged,fined Bradford and Union counties. nd ,t" Keystone Heights. area:of ClayCounty
on Fairway by '
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"Bradford. owIfV'l.a..wo-. !' 'ha h.tend.pac.s for_. 11d 10/131- '<.;" Available; for ,helmets, $490, Must selK ,v,*, ;Pewee, fleering,
..Hlce, ,,ln.wrltwig .-,nd.pcird-. .rltl aratlonal.1 iwehlclest ''MOBILE HOMES Xlth'opilon'"to ;/ : / Mpn edj.Ffee' !jFence.estlrnatei.\ i'Cgj Handy ''.;.onlfc'ensed "p.ron. ERA ''See'at 39* N...Cherry Sl., power' ,brakes. A/C.
In advance. unless credit It jiwelqome.. Phpn.I68.,2911 'buy:-"'and'*h rif'-lot, ., Rediilihr I ; '4o4-85i9t ownerYoWlriy Faulkner Realty'i. 964-S06S! : 964.4229. 16/06 2tpd 10/13 2-door stereo and radio REALTY
already established. with 9/16 tfnMO.ILI 9648816. Itpd 10/13 6/09 1230DRAINFIELD 10/28 tin 192: DIRT BIKE Suzuki 123. See at 411 N. St. Clair St. :
this off ic.. HOMES''POE RENT MOBILE HOME 2 BR, ROCK Bldg. HAVE TEACHING ABILITY Cost 1700. like new, S89S 9648872. 9/15 tfn
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF On. mile from Starke city furnish Need 2 people to teach or best offer, 964-4339. 173 CHEVY STATION c- ,
w/HSA. Partially sands, llmerock! top soil. ... .. ... WAGON All electric. Run
CANNOT II HELD RCSPON- limits. Clean' Hwy. 16 W. .10,.tlp"r '" q. ; 4
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Located 'In country. 14r9ror %mall.loods-Bh... u ,, A
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'IILL..I\O&.MII'JAKIIo.INCLASSINEDS >"Co11,46R 1333 1 WHIN AD 1$ .' .We : 10/13 CEOEIItTERWILLE5IR
TAKEN O..VRRjii:fHBj";, ,Roomsjfor '.rentt,of? low ,. 5.- i"Itpd I !*10/13..if.. *' > 'MOBILE LIIWEROCK HOME"RE SALES..AIRS\tfni7/14u\\S 'month" Don 1 call unl..(, 19700001 tRUCK 6 cyl.: 205 H.' TempU, Stark

,nLI tfQNI. ",. : ..., weekly rates,.Call, Temple -- ., 'ears''exp.ri.nfy'ivorkjnmore' ','yddVe serlovt'6bout work goad condition,1,,, $700.\and.
Classified' MQB.E I ;; :, Buy'New' 'take uppayments. of
deadline)m UEiPA't'I9IQN. Motel. 9647357. 9/16 '''with1 oi/h' Jf Jyou'"neec; ( 1ng.1tit-VnQ: .or 9644277.
; piloj.soThursdoypubh ,'EOW/itfn ,.\I :r'1; HOMES' d'i/' *," 'euliorfilzedAddXRoorri' ''ItcH 1013DEPENDABLL "$124.30or': $3400'. cash. *SPEC At* ft. "
a'ai"! ..CLEAN f !.MOBIL" HOMES J" i.c -. / ; 'built; For; BABYSITTER Phone948784.. Itpd WHAT DREAMS AW MAOI Of
Minimum charge I. IS' r.nt On Hwy I 16 W. Close FQR'SALEAa NEEDEDt |n our home for tS fN7RUE YOU CAN BUY
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... ,. ,.1 estimates 964-7724 '
colt' I '" REDUCED-$49,837. .
word for $2.79. then 10 to p".on. calla ,46t1:1333c, '' 9/lStW x I"' .our;'two." children ages 1 & JEEPS FOR $44 through the Mort. .
C.99.! lot ."ch word .10/ 7 ffn.11IITCHENETTEi. (\ d .t REMODELED ROOM ''ADDP and",. Mon-Frl. o.m.Si U.S. Government? Get theforts' plus $4,000 buys this :3 III, 2 BAbrick1
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thereriftSri t. d.. 'Ail btilitisiyLlfurn.tt.d. 468-2220 after 9- 'Used' today 'Call '(312)) '
New and used .mobile" .TIONS I painting and plumbing p.mColl;: horn. Flrploc, .2.r
k ,;/ ) TV, air maid p..ltpd 10/13 7421143eirt; 609. 10/13'.
YA () SAtE service weekly. Underwood'Motel. ,homes .for tale. WalterBod reparrsi 29. "years Midrk elt'rpenl.noe.All -- ,,PP/KATIONS| now being Bikes lOW 11/24 garage, storage barn., 1 Ifj, WWII

:' '" 3'-rt,il.s N": ( )lAHvoreiiInvites. you'to .guaranteed. .964-7738. ., taken,;at frail Motel In landscaped lot.; Near CeHtntrvClub.
end browse.Hlghwpy
i. 'STs-Saturdayy 'on- Hwy. 301. 9/22 tfn amo.aut ,9r.S-fn., '. .' .. .low,,,. Apply In person. '.LAND, >r ,
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E4 ADKINS ,STUDIO! APARTMENT ;k ; only. 10/06 Ztchg 10/13 '
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only' :,. III 'ft' Mostly., 'Weekly; monthly -ratetl :folatkafilau32 .9551 or ONES LAND BULLDOZING" CLIARINOt ?MAINTINANCI' PER. : FORSAIE, t -REDUCED FROM 1140.000 .. $,.......47 excellent

clothing Alto' misc. .,''items.-- i. ,Palms Apartments,3314 N.. ',I28-46811IJn/ Stcwke, call 473-4175, 964-6477' or SON/DRIVERi Desire o unl- I acre. Attractive., effUquo brkk kerne

'Itpd. 10/V3" .Temple Avej 7!>28 tfn lIorW/lII.j'64.525t./ 964+806X I0/0*< 4t.c.hg; .qu person, with, ability to ONE "'ACRE LOT facing For- and 47i pecan tree r, *? \
671 W. MAQISON'S1''' Baby: ; {{VACANCY\ SOON On. tin! i 'L ..10/27. handle truck W/gooseneck 5Rd... !vvltr',' 173; rood QUIET RETREAT ON 1 ACt At .4tf 9r.elf SRI*.

I and Wldrfcni" 'clothes' bedroom opt. ..Carpets, '198X ELtETWOOD'MOSiLI'NOME. DOG OBEDIENCE Classes or [trailer with"'load; desire to' .. .}renee" .... 't3'.TM$300: ; Beard I batten cont.'l BR. 1 BA/wMret. ,.kit.,
;whctf-nots; 'dlsheC'lur'hlturV.'ltpd : '
work/ with -the handicap"
drapes..AC, walled patio.Furpl.h.d :3 BR.a.BA.fCentral .
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FAMILV: 1013'MULTI YA.oF'AL'r'.Saturda'r : (> or unfurnished; H/Aj Completely. '..electric.On Information, call 'ped lianas:'ton'In work well, wood-with : <964'.6)2() (/)' : ,Month dowel, .,,Pall appro'| 964-5606,.9/; 13 .-103 -No.,CHURCH STr Well. bIH t t-etery.. 4 BR
Flrsr and last, mqntht rent, 1'ecroaCl.erd/. A carpentry"
: ,.964-9540. Itpd JO/13 home,' CH/A. F'plece ep. 1-. "tU rw..
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plus deposit. Ph. 964.8601 'worklng and tan completeMinor TEN -
eptlc. Ini Crosby takeEstate ,;WiL4's CLEAN YOUR HOUSE Builders
,' CORNER LAFAYETTE a ORANGE
Baby Nems'cldih.s:knlck- (Bradford Village, i household: repairs, ,. 'Grave Rd. $3.993.
"Pls.l, .
: *. Set up ant read to OR 'OFFICI..1f Interested.call d.llght. 1.4 ac. behind Pantry ...... I8.IOO.
knack. 1098 South Coll.yRood. WANTED'
9/29 tfn move In. Only $27,000. Cathy Taylor, at. Only" hard working )job $400 dawn, $70 a month..

SATURDAY. Itchg ANtfUinWAYty'Oct. 10/13 'lUS 30t.(P'F'Excellent'! j.!qq'1t.l.. ., "'9&f 4160't'OMDe'JffxF'0'! { '2d''."96*<9449or)*' .96R.6837. along finisher well1ltwlthother with ability to get* Call ....-..5606..'/15 tfnTHREE 'THAT Zoned for SPECIAL multi-family.HOUSSi 3 BR. JVi ....,.........

1516. time: V A.M. titS $ mth. 964.6810day.parking.SI 3 BEDROOM IVk' BATH Leave name and numb.r.will 'need apply..Full ,or part AXLES a TIRiJi- Two' 'axle 227-Braaker 1. ACRE' Rd.LOTS S2.WS.on SRi; sweeps te. lnd, tery. Pellet wl.....* for

P.M. On OrlHIt Loop. SE 964-823o'fXght -/t9 tfnI'1, 53'qpw ..n,t\'',!pipl'ocrpte.\ MISS return call. Itpd 10/13 rime position,. Salary $4 to. and four 'tire. Highest, beauty/beit. Intulatton. P'ple... 9Oxa 0.... ..
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DIXIE $300 down. $53 month
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and ( flg'KlngsleyLaka ) The Club. 9X SP
30th Awe. Girl boyt SMALL iIIllIClt'SrAnO"'l'Local.d : ; $415 per hr; plus quarterly Woods Country SM.OOO et ::
Modeling 'W1 South, 964.5 06.'/1' tfnI3'A
cloth.., '5))eons and US 301 and SR,: (Off 20)). 10/06 bonus. One, month paid" Welding Shop 15,000.
on .. r and
.1 taJserlt.... I..l) Starke, Fl. 964-9007. 7/07' ACRES on pav.droad, .
miscellaneous ltetrrui'(ond AI III'l4p YIith 411," dbrtYpr" +Lsot" '' rt! IJ ; .t'/ pttq'.g.nt _taut 0462. vacatta<\and.pther fringes. 10/27' 2 wells' 2 tank COUNTRY ClUB ESTATES Brick en ,1V. ec.
Christmas ytemi.'i.rtpo'iOLIN'S ; oII'cf',1..tiide,h'ft.:-$i7S mth.1'! 1ON3 2tpel 10/20 Send resume and |lob 13tchg septic Skylight, fans, cuit. hutter.'$ 0R..1A' eaet.kit. .
BUY COTTAGIHandyman' acre..FIRM. Call
WANTED TO $3,900
TRAILER PARK On Call 964.6810 days, HOMES BILL'S SAW SHOPt Cinplete| ,history to P.O. Drawer A.Stork. Special only. ,9648813.22 per 4tpd 10/13 .. LR w/fplaee, iep. DR. /.. FR w/key ...... t
Rd. 16W. White a beige. 964-8236 night. 9/29 tin FOR SALE sharpening service, circular ... fl 32091.' 10/13 Or lot on'lake or Inlet. Call ':t-ONE ACRE LOTS facing dow. Scrn'd porch B. carport, ....000.. '
trailer from white CORRECTIONAL OFFICERSi '2tchg 10/20.. MAGNOLIA HOTIli Starke .UodiMrk with 9S
acres hand. carbldebchaln\ 0 ..
,. 5 p..m to p.m. Rd. $2,999 each.
house. Saturday, Oct. 13, Are you looking for a clean, mower' blade hollow" EXPERIENCED ROOFER: 108 9/22 4tpa" ,/ersythe" rm., 23 bath. 11,87 *q, ft. Clean isms.
912. little bit of place to rent near prison? .SY OWNERi See at 355 St, ;ground and ba nc.d. East Market Road. Starke, .1.904.629.5359.10/13 $300 down. $6<1 per mo, lOCATIONI LOCATION 1 BR; 1 BA feeing

everything. Itchg, 10/13 Call' u*. 14681323.'' 10/06 Clair St. 2 BR,") BA block Leave at Jackson Bvlldlng Florida. Itpd 10/13 HOME FOR FREE KITTENS, Call (904).) 9645606.22 Golf Cowrme. Cwt. drapes, enc. ..., *...h....
INSIDE SAII.I All kind 4tchg 10/27 home;'CH/A,.carport. Like Supply In Starke, Keystone HORSE FARM NEEDS GIRL Call 964-6692 after p.m. %. AC... Set-up 'completefor VIEW I Owner financing.

clothing, shoes; handbag, NICE EOOMi Private 'both." new.; FHA financing. :Heights or- Lake (Butler' for full time, employment ltpd 10/13 ,9 mobile home. Shaded .3 BR FRAME HOUSE bc: ....... OH sa,...SB
household "furniture. n.w' 9646035. 10/06 tfn $39,900, Sacrifice. TFNchg If 964-8613.". 10/13 2tchg AXLES TIRES For mobile. and beautifully$ landscoped. 22nd: Av. 2 Jots, $...000 ......
gas stove, antique wood EFFICIENCY Low weekly; 1.468.1323.9/01 tin' GLASS CUT TO ORDER' 10/20 home 'Olln' Mobile 964-4819. .10/06 713 MADISON STi 3 BR .home, new..... Cloe
cooksfove, metal Icebox, ,'utilities furnished. 3 mil.. ..Doors"' wlndowsjlf) etc. WANTED-fl.;LADIES who Home Salet. Call 9645606. COMMERCIAL _PROPERTY In. $39,000 w/awner" fl_.' rAT <
..l.c.r.fr ., kitchen South of Starke 301. 3 SR. 2 IA ,want to work to replace( S
on JACKSON BUILDINQ; SUPP 10/13 ttn- POI BALSt Lot 1-120x153 LASTI One of our finest re.......* .. 93
cabinet, w."g.r..h.r. Clean 8 quiet. Siesta Apts. Fireplace,Cathedral CellingLShopedLRDRerea 9646078. Order also ,ladle who do not want to
LY. INFANT GIRLS CLOTHING off 301, 12500. Lot2.113x133
'( access A. Split rail lance a 3 bore.. Oak Bearing.panelling. .
'work.
moped blk You nameIt. 9647589. Itpd 10/13 taken Call 964-8442 or
In Lake Butler.
WANTEDi Site o-ta 6 mon- :access off .301 steno place. Ch/A. 19M: en "1.'
Com see1. First house 'ON KINGSLEY LAKE Small Close' to School 496-3079 'and" Keystone ,1964-7366. .between 8 a.m. r.ths newborn.dresses',
'or 11500. Lot 3-289M193 ac. ..
CHARM AND COMFORT of 3 1
behind S Bethel Baptist .cottage w/h Oct. to April' VA FHA;Conventional Heights,'4734973. 2/24 rln 'ond 9 p..1tchg 10/13 diaper sets and shoes. 0 or coal oft 301, $13.900. Lot4113x193 Morn/new w/tredMeeel
Church #n ,.,.230.-AM..t ,.IS.yNp pets. Deposit ei Financing IS 1.100' FAMILY CHILD PROQKAM SUPER.VISOR. 1. Phone 9646714. Itpd Market Rd., IA stucco In ConeHy Istote
Thurs.-Frldoy, 9/6. .? qulred."S33-2366. 10/13 tin CHASTAIN; CONSTRUCTION. ., Masters Degree, 7 on fireplace A prtty kitchen.
i HAlli 1Q/13 7500. All lot toned commercial Brick ...... $ 1
964-5934. Itpd 10/13' EFFICIENCY COTTAGE. $40 94-4319 ,, ,144 W, yrs. Clinical experience, BOTH TOWN t COUNTRVi BR
mth. Individual/Group and S-3. Some lot no BA CH/A Ig. lot on Rd. 230. I
150
SATURDAY ( 93.Closed: -per wH.{ or $ per c/i 96473.33Opel "
'r 4 '1. 2 BATH HOMIi )jn and down, payment, easy SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM 94 2
hop. New l ladles clothing.S3 Pay .own utilities. No Family Therapy CARS fiTRUCKS ares
to $I; misc. merchondlte children. 468-2751. Itpd, city limit livestock allow. T.WT.T I.. 9 tll q:as Psychological testing. Send ......*. CoIl 964-7071 to see ,homes, 4 chicken heue. pecee E.-Imereved -
; old upright lan6. '10/13 ed.-LR: DR.- Den, KIt:, Dbl. Sat.-9 AM til 3 PM resume to Bradford-Union 'lot*. Good Investment pro. pasture, close to city limit. SR 99BA. leflA.
'100. Tak. K>W to C-233. I BR FURNISHED GUEST Cpt., .9 acre, well 2 septic AppllntmenisNot j Guidance Cllnlc..lnc": P.O. pe", 10/06 tin lovely home for lease. '"
Left 2Vi miles'to 40th St. at HOUSE $17S; mfhhAd"III :''ank.H..Optlon" I Always Nee ry Box 399. Stark,. FI 32091. 1974 BUICK LESABRIi Low.., 10.7 ACRES FOR SALEi. SEot..Cpunty.RoooV .II Plus Ac. on Edwards Rd., ju-

deadend. Itoho 10/13 only. 2 BR UNFURNISHED. purchase. 473-7698. Itpd l/7tfn Itchg 10/3u ,.3Y .' ,\0' 'mileage, good condition I ,.''m .'P'"E p9. ( ,< -Extraordinary villa far the geed it...
634 N.CHERR&Ti Saturday. GARAGE 10/13 acv, M-Y n!" \ 'tptW' r f.1' 'tt tT r .il4u>"' .1.... ..teMe.w<..... -iUkM utenu.i
Baby" Item BothertoolTga -rA PABTMRNT-$17S-.tnth.l 'QuiRTr ciosr AND-CONVE-- : :;; ..'SOO'l'haneJM \ O o'r I.i"MadIJo'S"; firmer Cal-Mols ......\'821.000."
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28&iS8flSS < NtMISCELLNC1 jm t1
.MKeeterf< MMewfttp.j, ,l vMWlwlrrAyrs.'LR btaP.tR+ r WI1Tlfig;SpUdtriut'bomIv'; ** ..y: : :'f ()(111.,.. "J .to A. Prime lend off SR-23S.

'.IDAY.IA RDAY, From NISHED APARTMENTS- carport workshop ., WANT TO IT rte5 "** i ', ,....7. A. $".000.'Owner flmnie.MH .
$100 mth. 964.8404. 10/13 ad. I HAVE 10.000 and deed to
I 9 til ?? Weather permit pecan 40000. Also THArSOURSl 3/2 on I ac.. 301. S32.00O,
3tchg 1027HAMPTON lot obi.. Pecan Alcoholics Anonymeu ,receivable
On Boy}... Hwy. off joining avail mortgage ra..a.rr
ting.100. Third trdller on right. ARIA 3 BR tree 964-9610. 10/13 H4-4IM 64-S434' ($32,000)) that pay S307.QO PINE svosos
I *'AVEl Behind house, 1'/i bathe Stove and 2tchg 10/20 4-94 f. monthly. w.uld''like to FOREST'I I III*COOMV......* IAVMN OimAW M4.W7S
941 N. TEMPI ,relrlg., AC/H. No pets.. ,purchase lake plat' '"Jlrtl I' NOVIS WARD t4474MWAVMt 'TOMMY CHART AM*U llt
I Tackle Ban. Canopy 468-2339. 10/13 2tchg FAMILY GROUP Keystone or Starke. DOUGLAS H4.'St* .Army Easy t.r.M1e
spread pillow' ham a curtolne 10/20 LOST/FOUND 944319 .964-8671 alter 8 p.m. 6/30 .1-2.3,( Bedroom Apt*, MARTHA OORKO 7KMJW .UNae, 50i.N4.te
,'linens and ,,fhshss, what.oth.r .FOR RENT OR SAlEi 4 8R, 2 B/11l4tpd': ;.(. ''tin 9- ; From 15Q' to '2!7f tAre Mulled Ne11.

not many 8"...$350 mih.4, flrJ and. "'Oolttiftttfoo./.r&tJ4" .. ..A. tI'4t4 .
Item. Sotura y AOuriVtlL "td,I' .io'.It;'c' tOlTt""MoI. S.9Y. :

THREE VAMIIY YARD SALE I1001' 'lt Mh312.2' Block',and white I ys. itttp t col.Rewqrd. :! -j,.; : ,_ ".. = 1930 W. Madison .. .
Oshe.s14.1itt15J'.S..1f...,,.,.;1I 1-561QP11tG. N f iar.'' ...w.ri'ia' ;- f-t} ::11'Get ,Moltll ;

boy, 91,1.Iond .,964-8439, Itchg Phone.984-6312 '
fWomen men. '
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Resultslit" T.R C: $
baby clothing. Shoe* 10/13 Pavln. Ccih "roust RoutmeOPPORTUNITY

pnd mltc." It.m.. 1/ mile / 1 BA In Waldo. 'iL '.,I{' for' ._ Yom.' ,1qc1A $ ,($, P' j

|*n Rd 22S off 301, Lowt." BRA?oPtk n..In/o. Aluntlnvm' Cant Cemplete j"oU.fI"" '
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MKhg 10/13 Clean. it2t50Q.. eGOod J."': .t ; 32 Par Lb. ., "I ....'... :
ARAGI IAII. Bradford E.L.tlw$4. FI LLD.I RY ; .Cnts I .; 4' '
11844 '''' Yf !
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Capper
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,Bargain. Itpd 10/13 Furnished\ ,, mohV pecan Every Wednesday V'S. .
and fruit ,t/eei l.S3.<.!IC, Sand &cUmerock "' 1...,...Awe 24 ('lllti 'S99.1& -'" Drifting
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corner lot. Prlved right. Behind cr-: .... *mr.Intereectlon "..'t" to Tit I rk. TruStt .. ,I ..' .'. : . .
VACUUM'SALE 26000. Term 468-1455 ; | S. ll SUrV 2'* ithiru 6" .MINISTOflNE
1294-2 BR. 2 BA ((1982)) Hampton, Florida' SR T21 S* 100Nortfteest 114-1712 II 1- ftft

: Mobile Home furnished florid FastJRotaryDrilling
I on 2 ac. Fenced metal sh .. ....*!l Equip.
NEW 4 USED ed. $33,000. ., J ."
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:w. Finance Our Own LORRAINE CHAMPION ; -- I ',' ...,.t'. ..".t. ." . ,OFAMER1CH'
KIRBYS 1 Rrolf-Saleeman f fMN

ROYALS : : :Jt., ',Plumps' .1. . ;' . ..473:7683Locotlonst

1 ErJREKAS' xt? t. .t-' New & Used Hwy 301 Nemt to McOan.lds Stake
HOOVERS' 8x12. ; ,tOx12' 12x18 : JL Hwy M

LEdBOLUXPTLTER -. .-,." inquire at SuzukVKavvasakr of Slarke : LjM1 ; es"Parts'SelvieCash' i W

QUEENS. I .E-Z.Terms ,.
Hwy 301 S, 36 l-.B020. 1.- .. ,
SEARS I' : *WAREHOUSE OR COMMERCIAL; BWUHNoi On u.s.
COMMERClAl) !Temple. AIe.Starke. ..COMMERCIALR BIDGr' ; Register ,PlumbingNew 901 between- Starke 4, lewtey. GeM 5.. ...... for

w. rere BU matte: .II.32011; 2.000 *q.'f!'>. lot: $17,500. For Sale .:. '''"c-p.'". .'. business servicing eras fcstwee 'jeduenvllle. A

Al Young's STRbUT'rtbRlDATlMESUNlOM I In I .FLOSILAND. ; .,.REALTYVemle' ;, BEAUTY SHCiPborbe?!, $3"'.' Installation Gainesville. 3 phase power, 3 roll.'..' deer"'*...000....ft.
hop, koflng'T-Ink; some rS30 Long Term Owner Flnenclng. _,
to Slnee-.UST,; ioDt.9G4:1U1ft" : :RtALTY" .- 964-77:00.: .11 11,"t y1. equipment; $28,000' or,R.ntf m!i:th. Remodeling. .Repairs' .. .,' *2 ACRES Just off 9.R. 1* W...-$,......,
: J *3 BRA 2 IA 1'.Lit1v/lar jc.v'd Rent; ; : :3 +LAKE GENEVA-Brlck home M '..... .....' let.
JB&ammce
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fa I 'd9I// 'r'ei : G ,'6'celMa. OHIce Furnltyr. Beautiful view, huge live eek end may flewerlngshrubs.
Muse selfe: '0Slara .,, ,I"" .'.(!..:./YMI 1. : '' ,. .. Odam-V Broker.: GBI; .' tog $Kf lu w, %asohnd; .W..kly' r ,I .r4 .. -... .-. *tV**...., : Lerge 2 BR-3 IA In eicetlent. *........... Owner

,,BB US\30l, ', %tftrNai.47,1.3f$6r I Ij I I'.1.\ [ . ,....... .\..' .. '-, ...1.. .... ,.,'tb .& ? efubntbly'l ,PUMP: t "Will consider: flnon ....'90000.' nj
iANS DREAM NICE OLDER MOMS In lowtey.,; 4 8R9.Ce.tn. MeetAijJwe a
_. III 1 1j $PORTS : .S jPPLrX' .
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NEED TO SELL WALNUT STREET HOME Fish, ca 64it ;mr at.Yy, S wliwuElrCb1! iIti ; ; wMMe .. }

I ',.IT cfelff,*". ,tfdl JMtMe'.3 SE.&uthablr. M!g:'try '.!''lWJ All 2.72 ec.. (,b., on SempIt. 11V, .,. yeu this one tedayl
11fV't( fonlafce on canal., ft, YN, Older"kerne wttfc 9 BV3 BA.Knotty

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I. ': 4ERdilfullabl.'4L. _I. ,; : +hi.nelnf/. \- '{ ';'i4. vt t tT1 Jed. Stftlt4 1' U' I K tackl op. r4)wpj4) ,I (Office i :S h o 1tiE: $ .. Good condition. 548.000. .beet.
Control
9IiPap, k kicker *STARKlt 3 IR. 1 Each heme aH SR 1*W.

atlii'STARKEAIioar:t: 't.h. ... :)12 sELAf'esgao ,ssroaast.. POI RlY4tmptolri + ft ,i .' O,1 h.1 t, 1 1I .. .1i'O4'W'Ca9", ,Iv JSllteFL___/ .,. .\.. '. a elr. fireplace. potle I ft ecres.TM' 'hems to very.nice
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1 IyI151tranpOrtatidrlr d,1 ru.r n."tW1I.1)AI.h."MIe.:1ritll, d1 4Hil St \ I 3 'I"fo .nd only about 6 yean eld.k. : '
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t.l.phbl\.l.MushO"id4Pi b.xtbl.stapet:&$ 391kOftd.Applt ..) f ... ,j./ '... \, !tf-l ". ... ..\ h .. I j 1 '$2500 I -. 964-5164 ,,*> Bt!t.lHl4-7HI i i1iIMIYEl' offering*S"a 10 good ACRE terms TRACTS.. S2.0ao-$3BOB North ef ke..per.. ecre.DUPLEXi The owner. .to

Iin perion 4t 1605 N.. :Temple: "''v..q. ... / Neer Keystone High ....... Good reM.lprgp.ny.
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can.j1SSi: ':tl s Eoche.M" 1 BR, f BA,Greet e. fat.'t.n.t .
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stark1. hUl1:!1sv.t/klv,5.'tyS..et.. (Y)'Jbit 1YTJt' .,.. fIMIi'i Y4t c *-J K-. 1901v> M>RO' 3AI&O .UJe i.,4I"il EXECUTIVE HOMIi Ranch style.R B4 BA with peel
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,t : .. $. 'A6I: iJ'c.t"l:'. .. 'd it1., ( ow; Ul.ore*. >verlook4Xeke.Jreekly. ttM So,.'Ft.
& NAU G ,3f f114jjV'j Jo.tnr\ 'dt Mumable' jnprtgeg( >.Owner will seoeMsr tad! **er>

1ATh LOal!yR NEV2INST IL'u Jtt tit Oft): oj.liisa: } cHSOO: iff:">1dg.t'. b -2' BA' ((3' 4: ftc: ,) 1'l1 ; ,- .t'JA \., 1OCI*STATE.< Si'h ROAD JM EAST d1J: .BeeurHul'' 3 ... 3 BA home en

t ir'ipoot SERyICE ON ALL YAKESr. : 222 ft; on un01- Op. I Carport utHity roam ai CIIpttIflt \ (plus) acre, X-cer garage;wMtta sHy ......... IN."'.

..+. ,, HEAT PUMPS t Mr. S. istork... '...a US 43t _. 'an M. AMEUBRON: tSPRNGIt| e...Aere*pppc''lear/, ..1-01.
r ENERGY SAVING UNITS.. 10A.M.Sat.Oct15.1983: lk "',! G "'! ..;: "' I5t4YOMY\ OH..Wa t""d'\f\ .4 ....!! '- '
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I BONDED% 81 t+ ,AIsoSum.' DayBANKRUfTCY Hone .. '#LAKE BunERt 3 5.-.5 *A."................bed I ilr.Sere. .
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i REASiNABLE RA AUCTION tanks. ''''' ..11 ORre/reel. iricel SSO.OJ.' .'>; oW:
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-'X S..iat.Cases / *>o '101g.i 1/ : Oi1T1LAngchaimp' .

WAY'NE KINNEY :Ov.r 100 Truck, Autos; FarM' ( ? IJIJ t"1nc.,,

,Tractor* C Farm Equipment, j and . ,', .,< v" :

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II L ORANGE ..om. Keystone Heights Ads : oimci... AT BUSY CORN**hI'US"--q- I h'"ovt.xr ."/SAIyM' ,74645,f J"t. I' fiBOATS. 'h . $E.RVlCfj''Atggy ) f'1 r1-s t1f""i: f .

St but ''' l Mt'o .
toeing too
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dla.nN. .t...wneal.. c- CHURCH STREET be'*eert from ...100 and 10/6 tfnchg" "".1 Cl TOM "VANSi"New CARPENTRYANO'MASONRM 'f'YnNO or

.. l.... CII horn.. CH/A. I HELP YARDSAIE SW-21 InterMctkHt. Prima YOUNG. PROPISSIONAli Chevy Von., V-S automat y/ .. RKySullding i patio, .b"'I\'fl" '' Aflti.d'If' I
boat .
C'rpelrt, from I ..... _.,......... ddltJ.n", remodeling. dsir. .
F.nc.d backy.rd, o 'location BRr Iran.ml'..Idnl- wMtfjBvar:) ,,,.t I "' : ";,.1), ,".', I"+
.rarch. WANTED'II USUAl AND UNUSUAL 4n-3411.10/6 Nnlh4'-' > Joke' \ ,.hou...- $12* Igor drive, .power ileei'lnrf.' tW5 bilk tll. worK'FHettlmote : f. mdtiwEFlpl! ..'term paper.

EllA FAl1lKNER REALTY hems. Sat. Oct. 13, from PARTIALLY FURNISHiO.' -,'monde and JralF'(''''"''-. 'R9r brh.r,,power wi.ldowhi '/. *. Phone 4734473-: atc. Gnat rate* and lot ofIil'4xparl
: IliA .AULKNEILIIALTY 944.50n BOOKKIEPIRt Part time. : A73.$7$2.whhnge106.13YOUIIptMANt'03 tkkfPbt4p ; "'b.fuw5 10/647 ,9-5. 315 Nightingale St. 2 3BR., |Vt bath mobiloham tIn )IoW.r"; door p.m. and
64-50'5 .. m Must have, experience, In ('blqck: from Keytone State orooJMona, *:;' ,2tcht: J.1' .., [., {' n''lJM.y.l' II yatu 'I.., iWORKrVonblnetnand "'.locIIIoI. menage WWiteiit
IB all phaM of bookkeeping. Bank/73-3740.10/13; : Itpd M.N.,..... .... couple ,exosUen/ *Mlt wheel l I.linnlrTg Koarch. ; ,ROMOdoItag wyrk'Mtdibh'! ; / '; bM.C.NIOrfJO' '. Box
.ii. PIM'''.' S.nd r..um. to P.O. Box GIANT,}.FAMILY 2 famllle* wanlod. 47S-.136S.luV6' fiwrali i characte: : ;,desire 4 captain chair and couchl'' trim carpen 975, Keyitone HalgM!tl..

- 342 \Key.lone Height, moving' Friday and Satur tfnchg .. ",po.ltiorv.. a* compar Beautiful" 'Interior' and ...- try." loo.onoblorlte... ,,,.< .3263o. HV6-I3: 2tchg. IINTERIORlJITRIORE I
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Florida 32656Classified. day) '.2 only Breny Point COMPLETELY FiMiwsruiDi2BR. .,nlon/'ttant l .... hon-- I toI'lpI''I ._!sand.w" "'" : ,,473-2477'',gh.rfi100td I .. pain
IIIOADWAYST GRAHAM AREA Rd.. off C.214.10/131tchg ., 2BATH homo,,.on to dlcapped.or,..akpt4gl" ; pen-) ;d. "',,oI'n,1OIh.of ,."" fn. ,'x 10/6 i :" ,1I"1"'Vn..l wallpoperivAII
:I SR. I IA Nlc. P.c.n l.... brick h._. ever Ads 'SATUROAYt Oct. 13, 10a.m. Gatorbon lok./ .wlt.lt"",,' gsgn, '' P[ fer, I ilva.fn. ,No ,J'J"09': ) prnpyra.o, h ANPE"?RYt r.p9lFRrIR9' '! : ? > Iw"k l ,gua nned..j llcen-' "

...... 32000. 3200 .... N. Nic. OC......., Get Results, to 4:30: p.m., CR- 21-B. little fireplace./ : Available. au' mo.II."''.', '.*..7*! "*.."13.. .2 .0II(), '.I" .. t bonk;? .t6llqtlort' door.win.-, ,. /.d..-.an .fullyfnWrad.tEx,
o Loki Santa F., Fur September 1 through May 10/1311pd flnarlnll'\ hone_- -dow, 'coblnef!! helving' ; c.lI.nt1.;|,, reference, ..
EllA FAULIINER REALTY EllA '''UUiNEllILEALTY: ,, niiur.roy.' household 31. 400/monm. Kop_ Golnemllla. 332.0903.10/6 partitioning paneling. Call 4733651.. \10/f3.202khp

I 944-5045. 944-5045 GREAT GIT-AWAV, and' baby. ltem ". ..,)0'tehg / 3 Height. Realty Int.:. LOST/FOUND 193 'STUMPKNOCKIRl. .473-2520. 106.tfnchg.CARPENTER TRACTOR WORK Mowingor -*

.. fB m ra Mobile home Santa F.Shorn. ,- +' ;; 'REALTOR 473.461..Id JO6tfnchg '. llbo.q.! f IWtF hR- WORK/() No 3 1011I tbor.. or_ job. Call
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.. $25,000 THERE FAMILY, LOST Wnito ; too''g'OI'' W.I .g3 ;O'fIY tJ.11I1:;1.o/W
i mole bull dog; rolling motor. .hll. m.t
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01 IRA FAULKNER REALTY from 95. 2BATH HOMI ON 3ACRES V"r1"8..ct.collar: t'/* complete, full cover,.extra year .p.\o11od. WINO ._ JUtfil"+' 11 I

-, 9445045P3 Hallman Road. Look /for $325/month. year old weigh 80 lb.. clean Ilka n_. Must *eala 'r f.r.ncos.173.4145.106Nnchg. REPAIRIOtAII make.
JUST OFF 230A signs. ,10/i31tcho' .1 f Available September 7, II..M .
; J' Ma tan circle on appreciate ,, $3,675. cleOned.i :piled and odyit
3 BR, I BA frame on nice !Ceybtbnry'N.Ighfs Really, 't.ocltilii.- ; 'call 473719itI,39a.4Bt8.. CARPET ANp VlnWli. repair '" "
COUNTRY GATORIONI LAKEl A'1'; '% Inc .' 17 Brett and rrfalldtlon | "yj.: $1$,. 'Workglopontr.d ,
: REALTOR : 1961. Free
one acre., 4 BR, :2'/ BA. Urge with mile jNoyi, of Keytonej? J IO/4Y tfnchg' "JPARTIAtLV POUND o>w; 473-3115., In 'laii.'jo/is.Geneva 10/6 r%tf UZU ringI9B2 FICKUPt. 4 cyl. ....", ..,.\. t.,,, year* experience / ; ;<,' JameStIckland'compYMorgan* i
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acreage.IRA FURNIIHEDiIBR.YlBatftmobllenome : ; 473-42 1
ERA FAULKNER REALTY OALEWOOO :'deik ....'el.. board., InMolr. tllII..colo'Etete area, 6. cot mo. mala with go.miek:: \ .'compei'"lft ;>/,Cedwlndow tope t. Still and ask for' Craig.. )106tfnehg' RJ, ,and, Hwy. '*; ........
FAULKNER REALTY Wiltoncoke r
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944-5045 3 BR, :2 IA Stucco h._. pan, area largo living white, marking- ,....., In warranty. 3,200 octuol
m ,,,.5065 .. RITIMMfNT' MISCELLANEOUS'
'rn Many extra.. 55000. toy, dl.he>, roam* porch., Reponslbl.coups. and paw*. Hw flee-collaron mile., $3,500: FRMor'| will 'HOMr'sAtlfHA'lIISTYLINO > I
W clothei, eft. Saturday Oct .,.wonted. $'75/..... trade-tar full lzed') INTIIII"A"u.
and I I. well ............ p pickup ,.
?alit ......0.* W. ERA FAULKNER 15. Itpd 10/13 plus doaoelt. Call 604-6634. Coil 473.14330/I3", cyl. or ..moll8 of'eqa ...... one 'roof-' OFFERING BINGO.' ..AMERICAN.

JIIMIOI, '...50n .............. ,., 10/6 tfnchg ">UNDx young .lame.e cat value NEED larger truck to ;-Certified/ "'huf4lhganutance LEGION HAltSit-2USotur-
m 1 Steve BroadaiayTREE i I FOR UASti Unfurnishedlake with, leather collar on pull t'a'GT.boot.;: / .7348, arid CPU trained day*. 7 p.m., and Sunday,
HWY 301 S RCDUCtDI 1 1.3 haute with fireplace, King Road. KOYahltlo..CoII .toff:r 24 hour:supervision' 2-5 p.m. Public invited,

74 Ac. with Ig. frontage. 1.,2'A Brick In country. JAll 0.' SERVICE i and with apartment. 'largo ,,473-66O.10/ ... ,., NOTICE for '..ntbr"cltheni: hot 10/6 tfnchgv' i ; .
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Over 2 acre*. 50000. 1 -r croon porch! $400 mo. For .olt: day'week- or long ALCOHOLIC *; ;' .
; 'Removal > j Information 'coll ternv' *'oSTYLING: ANONYMOUSl.ihClo.ed'
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ERA .AULICHEIIIIIAlTY IRA FAULKNER REALTY 42 .....;REDUCED 3 BR. 1A.. C/. [ 'Trimming, 1.242.9392.10/13.11/3" Classified> ,, A'ds'' CLASSIFIED should!be ubmrte4| \too the 0 CENTER!'-for that -pI.bnc" : meeting Monday.B.p.m.

'U.506S f(4-SO S .. 4lcbg''v Get Results lake preeliloh "tyllltll"fo men Opon ,.moating, Vldayj8
Ho" 75250. Region Monitor office
Stump Removal COTTAGEl ... and 'and
FURNISHED 'Woman
I ; perm Alonon.
p.m. Monday, t
IB ,104. '" ,.' -" In( wrltlpg and..paid |I".lid- .
@ on' 'ct_ lnf nice half-coiorlrig' SR--323Hampton1 All
m \Free Estimates. later ,, ,>, ", wnlea. p.m. mooting at
rAO.' ,,,r, ERA FAUIKNER REAITV I b.och''AEI'4.ltcfrlc73.1526' ,, anca, ,! cr.-\t": \ I I. <.48-2419.-: '1016 Educational Building Community
OUAIANT PU .already ,..tabltohedjwlth '
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nAtR/ Firewood tfnchg "> -
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944.504 i i -, 10/13. .1Nhy'Clusslfied ': ROOP : thl..oWca, Church 473-3790 or
E REPAIR ,,, WILL ,
< i in < c 473-473J
SAMPSON LAKE SHORES '. [@ LH i : -ip.cldb..lw\I.ekadd! MONITOR .? CAN.NOT home: '"Iook'-.pott.' OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
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2 .Ingl.-wid. mobile HWY 229 "" ,.,0.' Aher IP.M.. f Ads, minor repair. For ...... BE.MISTAKES HELD RESPONSJBLIFOR re.um*., etc. Call Nq duo, too.or.weigh In..
h.", .. with bullt-on Only I 'A ml. from river, : 'call after: ,, IN 473-2898. 10/6 tf..hg'AM
.that.. 5
on K.ydon.H.ght/i i GetResults ,.m. : Opan meeting,. Tueiwy'.,
nice ". acre, acce.* to nice SOVi. ac.with 3 BR, 1'/ .' 1 47V1SMor 44l23lKAFXUIKNIR CLASSIFIEDS WHEN:?AD, IS .LOOWNGi;'for houses 7aQ"'pn:! .. Community
BA brick veneer h.u... OVER 1 ACRI Llcenivd Incurvd ,i TAKEN OVER' .:UtE .... [
and .
..k.. V.ry good prlc. ..__ _..... ,,___ .._ _._ ...... ...." ..__ .. .. rtlEPHONf. .In.* .> to clean. Church ,.Educational
............ ......... ........ ...u.n..7 "'u" .00..... 101. I RlStNG lOAD "I ;; Call 473.3364; and ask for Building .K.Y4ton.
fruit Irons mail barn B Tree Owner financing. CIat1" I.d deadlinpY, ; I.I '9".
HWY TO/4-IJ!
20 awre* with cemrerteble. 161'Another 2trhaStarkeY.Ads'.Con't! Heights 473-279O. 10/t
REALTYl bldg. Price reduced No dawn payment. IAKI ACCESSNice ]'tullada[! noon prior,.,to ,.
.. f rant ".m., *.verlpecon'.tree. Stark...bndrnedn. 'publication,' Hnchg ,,? ,
'U'L"S: $109.900. D.W. with bullt-on R.......1.. "fly ...... I Thursday ,, "
ERA FAUIKNER REALTY paHure. 2 Minimum .
On 1 Ac. lively tree.Willconsider : charge I I.*. 13 : : ;"
IB ERA FAULKNER -44-5045 I leate purchate orall. OM0 ponili, *' Owiwt fftiMflw* Franca Aeon. honIwoM word\ 'for, $2.75,' th... .10 ""''mo'r'e"Ads' "e.'il '' ; ;
944-5045 '. / I Ing, tloar.banw/ldlttell.i. .. ; I
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.MUOC m $29,900. .......... 40 Acy,ar Will ceo ,. / '.,' .,.ch. wardthar.afier ". ,' .". .. pa., ,.. ,.. .. ...., .,
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ACRES tH dnro.:' ERA FAULKNER REALTY'.'' fAULKNEII.IALTY .......: to /tent ...... .L. "-

Let of pecan tree.. 'I, ." ,,,.5061 fJS JI 944-S04S TERM, :FOR SALE ''r ': -

Doubl.wid.MH.Oldborn' FARM HOUSE \ D3 LH .IRA FAUtKNIR' tlAJLTY \ ,." ,
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older Formal! tractor and GREENACRES $4-404 .
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Very old houie with n .. --
dlc. approximately Lg.. nice home with *wine,, "r un 0. /\ m SAI.E -' '. FIREWOOD fOR SALI.'oak
30 oerei. Very 'fOR : FOR SALE
or pina4.4'S'20.40"; Vi
minE pool.' flh pond, fane LJ:3': t. ,
ERA FAULKNER REALTY good' price.ERA 'Ing a 6 ac. Excellent 'OFF HWY 301 N "d nAn + < '" Cord., $35, Scrap firewood,
Owner HWY "W 2%! 'A. bullton" ftF.P. : : Gold SOLID w'D"f"( iN oak or pine, $10 truckload
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Financing.'ERAFAUIKNER .TRUMTEtt' ..
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(mm I FAULKNER REALTYJIIAIIOI Nice building lot with ieO : r....edwith. 11'. BEDROOM IUITI w/bam- Suhihln Industries, 16 W.
cellent'condition, 200
'U.50U REALTY frontage. Beautiful. tree. $ or boo trim, coil over,$1200 3 Call 96 .7699. W. load for

... -. .--.MiiBil.! m ,,,.50611 IRAMUtKNEARIALTYVn fMIY41 / bet' offs: Nice 431-1132 Chrictma month ago,,. now. $450: you between 9i30 a.m.and
Call after
50 S .. O t ...sera with b0'' gift. washer, $ISO Sear 2:30p.m'MonFN.: ./29
FAULKNER REALTV 5:30: weekend. : dry.r, .,, ,"..
or
milA p.m. Nn'
frontage*$24,000. used only' few month.
F 64-5065' Hr LH" j
GOOD LOCATION aaaj 9/29 tin '
:! $135 double bed. $7Q.co'' THOROUGNEIED''MAREi;6
IRA ;
C/B 3 BR. 1 BA, .PlAao. m. : j FAULKNER REALTY PURR BRIO 'iRtSM ..ITTER.U..S
carport HWY 235 ] -n __ .rrggy 944-4045 ,. or. TV. $100 I : solid wood yr: old. Excellent Condi. I.
nice lots Onreglttered.ManWed. t ..
hl.h/dry" .' dreer w/motchlng a..k. 964 35?: Itpd
Over 32 ac. of alMo. 10/135675. ., } '.
.:0": I :, l/rl./ $at. '
hutch.; chair. $I50
land fenced, Ig. shed., MADISON STREET ; executive
P Sun., /Glt. 96A.6922
Gilt". lOOP ./ Itpd MARIt 7 old. Saddle arid
54th STREET deck, $,125 block yr
barn w/elec. ft well. Lovely 190' frontage. Small cot alas. 10/13 ; "
C>A F4UIKNER REALTY 'Ig. oak ft leverol young ..t.... Ig. *hed. office bldg.. OFF HWY 14 W 6.7 Acre $11,000. LAZY GIRLS AUCTION on noughohyde loveiat,'$95.- brldl5500.)td : .,964-58(2.' '.
10113 '
"' p.can tree*. OWNER .Excellent location. Nice 3 acre with lot*of fill 301 Irt Waldo; Every- Fri.. 964/.4355"pd" rt/13: ; "

'SOUIB FINANCING. dirt. added. Only ".500., ERA FAUtKNIR. : REALTY I HWY 301SOvaI 7:30 p.m'. Plenty good uiedmarchandla.v ELECTRIC; STOVE.. :.wt.rcloonlng' APPALOOSA- if; old. 15.2 OELDING2y hand. $700.%
-44-5045
.AULKHEllIIIALTY. .. j acred kj. frentege.ZeWed But' not oven. $175; 40" No''collect: call.. 496-2997
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ruuo"' ERA FAUIKNER REALTY electric" lava, $l00
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IB cemmerclel.
.50U .. Toiwoy'Ya'll come. 10/06
after' S
ERA FAUIKNER REALTY 944-1045 "IC $21,100. '2tpd 10/13" Maytag washer/dryer' ,'."ri.n"Huy3"2tr'J. ,_, >fBUNDf' ,,. ""o/ :
10/20
H [B. 1'''.5065' 4'O .Iul aMro. $300; ofa/cholr.. (75: '
Wed.
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HWY 301 SApprex. AUCTIONt 7b.m.'ntelroUe '
? Every ir'ALTo'SAXl
.. Fa French like$500.
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I 1'A.. with 2201frantage. ; tuAla" be'A ... :BRA'AUUCNIIIIALTY ; Flo. Behind. ... e)-," 783910.Itod
6ti ... : <: '. 1 1 \i-- ) .N.5D6I TfIoIIJi' + li4;dYp t b ,%rg'1.K' ; 041. II-
f tJfBeeutiful 1.. ."' ; WJn17onf6g19nNlLPY2: : 10/ 31 ol tM" <'***
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5 t II D CEO -- !. IRL'' 7 ., m f9Iik168, AI INif'tTodlfilgr" r: CRAFT SALE\Dt1M/M.I/ .
ERA FAULKNER REALTY DW M.H., barn LO.TRACT Ap"j-;"' ItlBM. V ,< .' ;.. ty'.'> Rdtall.'"Wholi.ol.tPublic '' bed ;; ,paubl, &United Penta\ t.fcrrCmrich! ,
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workshop, 'Ig porch PINITREEINN. boo It. "' ie M ; i Dealer welcome. mople
Of bed 201
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,...SOU londinH.mptoean. 11. $300 twin $50 Sim- Water '5' Soft
$39,900. Will consider offer On Hwy. 100$. Some tree., lot* ofhighway AMI> Bill. Perry C Bill Lewi Auctioneer mon; baby b.d7S; tculprurei detair 'll .
SONIAKE3BR. ;
m IH *. lRAPAIAINR YT't 'I *: Stark. and
pillow., needlepoint
frontage 1%. SA C/B. Over en refrlg.! .$17';, iteceowcaette
,**.5065 Keystone, call 473-7512: for
___ orriamenti, candy .far fill-
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ERA FAULKNER 1/ .C.. he* keen filled. Flu ... S7J Seoly
ERA FAUIKNER REALTY REALTY Information i Auction ad with homemade candy
IH ...... king bed; $175; rell-q-way
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944-504S vlce. for 10/06t'ilpd; .
STARK 2 l 16/- I ERA FAULKNER REAITV you1. bed $50. 964-4355.: Itpd and cookie and lot hoot- .
Approximately 1900 .... ... 50Um D3.( 944-5045 I --* ...SMKMI? 11IA.i.UOCNII.iA 10/21 10/13 ; Itchg IO/13' '
dbl.. iOKB *t>l I HIGHLY FIRTIUHD ARGENTINA CHAINUNK 12 GAUGE SHOTGUNi Pump
living area, garage on m ","'06" PING.
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.0IAUOB ".no. ACRES BAHIA NAY Beginn. action, excellent ''condition'
'lovely lot. fenced B. r ReldentlolCortNmerclqlIriduitrlal. l.
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workshop. CROSBY LAKE ".rua.' Join Country Club. Owner ; IB Ing O<;t. '10. Start tuning ,. .: For 'fit- $165; R.mingtonmodel700300
weolher'permlrtlng. $1.79
LOT financing.' ; Ultimate, colt Larry Den, Magnum,
BROWNLEIRD. 'NMI.
..... No mobilehome SARATOGA HGTS pr bole. Pick''op behindbaler. ," General' Builder excellent land.. $335..
Reitrlcted ny' ,
ERA FAULKNER REALTY 3 IR. 2 IA C/. conit.fireplace. ,. 3 tR/21AAuurnobbaan Call %1.5379.10/06. fJO.4II"'" 1nr13QuIlty '
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Galneivllle3760721.
T445045COMMERCIAL Appro I oc. *. 100 'ront..n tgage at 9%.". IIA.AtitKNIIIIIIAl"" 2tchg}10/13, .
'lake, partially cleared with tAXaSTHITMW. ...... 101134tpcf 11/03
9.4-S04S ; --. ..
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::: ERA FAULKNER REALTY driveway. Owner financing ERA FAULKNER REALTY. "-, 133 I 0..d"Inrd.I'.M '.........,.... .. -- -- ;

I r 944-5045 with 'low down pay TM-QUA9 d :: Only J,0.. -.Tree Service
_n'. _111_.' \ --Hunf r. Special"19BO 'T... _
t Don't B. AStatistic "- '
m raIAIIO 1-1 LH.OVER A, I I' CJ-8' .... -4 wheel. r'QuGlity Wont cat

BLDG. ERA FAULKNER REALTY .......0.' AIMORNIW IRA FAULKNER REALTY. drive. ''...... soft fcp/new I '"
Up town. Good condition. > ,,,.5061 ........... MoIII", IIIIMo tire; I...,' *rear: 'doeriwheel ".000 Chimney Fir.. lo.t KMtoNe.bL.'R4t...,.
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CH/A. 4700 >q.. .ft. A ra ISO AC. an 'A Ac GOOD TERMS., ". ,,wp. 944I04Jra[ cover*, new Vrpe. ., Year. $9 million damage tohomeowner Fully LIce n.ed..A bisurad.

SARATOGA HGTS. .... Of land' In ERA FAULKNER REALTY, new 'AMFM"Ttreck *;Don't let thl* 12 Year ResUBRtSlarke .
1537 .q. ft. C/B home, wetbar "' atAror Lawtey area.Will ,
645045jgEJ MMIOt piayeyhoary duty Buehguard ho
ERA .AULKNIIIIIIALTY > P.P. I fence. divide* smell a* lo's\ '.Cq4'6.1'' ;.Florida ,
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Own.rflnencing. F jd '
".5061 NICE DW '+ p '
r f- tilt wtMoI. ;.cvt. Evening1btlmate; for .Free "ThaOneTo'CclltiE
On B '-.1"P.. .' ; '' MWYWi .. .. --- '
IB acre* Lawtey. area. -" ; : ; *,- .Before'Jt Falls'
.AULKNEllILEALTY Fenced pasture barn, f'IJa.' .. hem* wMi__J7 .,hpoS, 'lIalen.hlp .

ArAllo.' .a.ag..nd utility hade... IRA FAULKNER REALTY FUtMIStTf "': .ecreRCDUCED,."Owner'IRAFAUtKNtRREAinr Con.1om" Chiron Swaa '.,964..87.95.
CammerclaT ....: ..... .
2'/i ACRES m ra.BROOKER .. .1..1. 4 .acre* adds 944-5045 Appn Ir. 1ra dn.y: "l1. ollenel. '64-77 2J10J1L. '
Slnglewlde. with Ig. built i :2 ec. with 15000.. ..$.rnete.. ,;.. .G .. '
HAUO"" M 03. Mdg.RRAFAUtkNEliRIALfv. .. .
Flu F.P. ....500. ERA FAUIKNER REALTY -.
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443043t"on.
I I 9445045m IM'0' 1 J \ s .! *! 'Xt FISHING WORMS *

3 IR. I BA In town. Goodllnanclng : / fl $
ERA FAULKNER MALI i availbl.. EH.FISHERMAN'S MAC.FARM ... "1\ q We--Dig '"....Vall. Picky
744-5045 : with Ig. alder home, 50". : \ : .;rMUMl- ; $ 'Em Frgn .<).>

.nAlaR' remodeled' ,',, of 1'1 ... .. Bring, Container -
... m ERA FAULKNER flenty ""'." (B' ....; .. .. .i. *
REALTY .
room. Fenced and arose .' '. 1e + II' t cr Maitey'e. ;
luuot: / '... fenced, workshop ft shod M .. .;aeMl 9.' ''' > SARATOGA HOTS.BR ., ,1: r''' 792-3392, ,
.50651B Effklency Loki'.nc.. ...... > I BA hemel'Femlrynice ,
cottage .
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1 yr. w. ... m+ .. wq AcroM SMHfromPO' '
LUXURY LIVING Brooklyn.. Shaded lot ppLt1(1 "" ; '-.RnaPMcedro. Mr. ... ,.
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fenced.
M. .back
} Lake Hampton ihowplace. or caul.J bu: Md fay .4 Whome.
IRA / .
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IRA FAULKNER REALTV : vtI 1I 0.' ERA 'AL'kIR'RAt.Y'v'| .. ',./i .' t yw1 U.Yan 499&2913' 5oo-i-oo. ";,;.aidWMoblt.l I
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mEXC. 'ocrou tram Country Club; ; -';( 1134tPA 'd 3MI/QS1RpTlLlt tf1 as I'MNlWlISTiNGI. 't. ,; r' ShopCompare. !!

f LAWTEY AREA '. .Owner financing. .. ,.1..". .....! ...... *"Old '..hbn.ed"-type bedroom'.horn*. On*block. j I Special$ Insuranceor
Nlc. uncleared. building NIC W..I.1 ..... '-Mobile.
IRA'FAULKNER REALTY" ', -..dofI.fuf/ 11{ 131451trMley." $11.too .- Home ParkgAH
'} REDUCED .TERMS ....'4 Acre*. 'W.I065 On ]'A :acre-J':*:.', r Mtcnen.fur.nUhed. .'I" -11'.......:,. ',.sore;' "YlrtAeraylfNsayndw. ...EAem.JaeatdegpNd'TC. ; "- type4 r,, t ttti

Beautiful I C/B 3 1A. 2 BA Nice 'large frame house IRA FAULKNER"RIALTY : Ben: !1\\ tove, "'[RAPAULKNERR! Xt1i" rill.... SR Ufr3 Mile out of Ik; Butter; V f :' .a I omeGWl1eI'1I elet foi
? h...... Priced at t2 ,000. m .... : *' ,; ,
Plrap''''., 20 acre*. : 944-8045 J\=013.4. fUolOIS .' .: IA beeVeom4,4Vt$ MNMcesrdli'blsk hemo7 CernWIhetelr..t thbbifd hom" J. I

.. ,....'0.. ERA FAiaKNER RMLTVf \"" "" ;._.,,.,... kitchen", 'with double -Ilwri.} ''Cail: 'Q' N. ''1>.Al
} '; IRA FAUIKNER REALTY ERA FAUIKNER-REALTV. .... (a L .1 ,'IB"t; 4t.bwaaIikCernbp. .. "fove: plui* ...11 l I.-h.*I Ifen.erfkeljf | Ar.. for UOtl'l*

,: -44 5045 "66-5065 :;-: vrnMra'l{ LAf'' mIST. ."4364604ta'$1...( :; + + ."'\ yiW-M;: rted.l. ...W. --:11.".,WjK-WjjJ,,ln h.J 'OJ.8|' MpbUSale! _
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11 LH COUY RD.' "-.. Handyman ipeclal ft 3 X J. '.' : ''STERNN HS.dre6Arcr/rrl.llAemj'rultri 1:; ;: 'cerw'loJfneA" j ,M flo: .' *"

'j!( ...."0.. .rA"0.' Older' frame ........ To.be'remodeled. lot only' 112,100 ,er hour" "" 'U-.-'>II < ROAD :, kavf-Hufi WrcenfrM'neat/air'carpet' : ; .tove, ,""'rl I'?: SdUhweihar B fn. M..: fIn\"AiM
and 1 ac. for $" :' MMLAWT4X. 11.pU.y I bY?ilg.t C/B'; -' ;
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IXC.UINT.iCI: Nice I I large 1.f., : W....* tlful ps.erst) '- i IP
l. 3.s horn.eo.d.e.me teptdr,1 L 114 -
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CALL ST.ad for Mfr 3 BR |% BA C/B It.rye...... ._...on...........'_........ A'T e Nan. i S)+RIN4fR AROA wHIMd" ; ft"i.6IV. w ::71.Acrft.Wdtn' /
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\"' ta $23.900. at $ ,.000. IRA ;" REALTY' groendpeel.ERA -f t... / dswer'Ir"m t. ,, ...." ,,. ".if, .. ,, t ...... !
IRA FAULKNER IEALTY 94440HS. FAUvMjM Ii&a''fffm. lliV., ;IRA ALAKNEWMZMTYbIRAMULKNERREALTY s"' ....,""| Alfe he*I OO3fb/roghg.eu ,ltTaAKc, .RA D1ArflRM.1 '

l'f.i, ERA FAULKNER REALTY 944-5044 ', a BerBW 944-S04S 7r,1h1r" I'1NMlub} cpnrp .r Perm, 0).t: !m.,.SERVICE" t tkin. ::Yl

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DUGCER HOUSE BIAUTIFUlACRf ge.atNulprop.rty.: 10 pluv' ,; .. M ......,Apprex.; '1470q. With, land, ,....,...........+ rich"4 m.3 SA'U.nrt:; *( ryxy 100 acre* with eU fediloned. kern froM 3 1 1rc4 ,,'

Back of Sterke Motor Inn. let* ,of shade.free*. 1979bulh? acre..' Well. epti ;, duck .ft.CI.-h." 24x24croon. Can; ..<e rf.t yi! >. F..lh/.reew, ,r 1Raplow:, >da 0w r Hiwrfce Waal l for cattle ranch< Ideal" ':! Ir I.rj:: '

,194* .-. N. e>lck. $45.000.Pb.terood ": I *end and, *lMtee tree*. .......,vManyiahri s.nf
oov Cwem. ewnlng. *. 7 r ; *.Include* )|tr.wwror\ ikJtI: 'Y.1'' $4B.OS =: ;::" 'o'r n 'I"{ ":0"1' \r .. ;

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ServicemenMitch ..I... ..,....:....- .-..-.-. S..'.-r---. ...... Pvt. Robert Jones ...' 'T .," "k' I
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Jerry E. Teston ,.. ",,, It ,"J>t .f .,- .
Completes Baste TrainingPvt. Promoted to Spec. 4 'Pic. Robert C. Jonesl Jr., son'of Jo h.. "".",i w l '-' I.
White at Douglas Ca. and Robert RJ\ : I. '
Mitchell S. Williams Jones of Stari has completed! baste ." } 'J ,
son of E. of t
Jerry Testes son Dorothy "
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Walter H. and Cora training. at Fort Jackson $.C.lie is H. ; Norman'sProduce '
S. Williams of Tea ton"of Lawtey. has been promoted a' P' /;, Z
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I .Legal Notices.!...,.,else... ssIeeee.es.e-.-.... a e I.:.. .. .e. :.:. ... ..:....:':. ... ........ S r55.-r Fresh p x :#

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Oysters
IN THE CIRCUIT :! freaVi

COURT OF FLORIDA OF NOTICE a VU:ACTION ", GILBERT S:.BROWN .'0..... .efMceMatl.wr.Nt Farm .
INTENTIONTO JBustard
EIGHTH JUDICIAL .CASE NO.83-380' .end .
Clark to the Board 1
REGISTERFICTITIOUS
CIRCUIT IN AND FOItau.DFOfIDCOUNTV. NAME /06 2tchg 1 /13. Tfciiiii,Di.-rtmiiit el 289 ;
In re Th*Morrlog I'I'of .leeinnW R.gei.tlemTallekessee.Pkulde Pint

FLORIDA MARTIN CARLTON.. NOTICE!! CoUard8
Pursuant to Section
CIvil Deportment Husband.; Or INTENTION
'I' '' .
863.09. Florida Statute.. '
'
CASENO.B3390CAEVABORRORond:
notice to .hereby given '- CARLTON FICTITIOUS TO REGISTER NAME Byi Richard R., Caplano.ttchg Greens 9" Bushel

that .th* undersigned. Wrte ,. CeptoI.. -
ALLEN BORROR Leonard Victor Griff...., Pursuant ',ci 'Section ',. 1813NOTICE .

her huaband.VI P.O.Florida Box 32091.7S5. '1"""ole.. NOTICE'OF SUIT S6S.09,. Florida Statutes I .., .h.-. .
bulletgtuash
NO PROPERTY notice to hereby given <
MILTON RACKARD and owner, doing "buslnes that the undersigned. Yellow
under .the firm name ofVIC'S '. '
CHRISTINA, LYNN TOt MARTIN H. WELLNESS. INC., 720 The'Bradford County
BASS a BUCK
RACKARD- .' .CARLTON. t.W.2nd Ave.. Board of County Commissioners
his wife andJOHNNIE SPORTING GOODS. 3 Ml. YOU ARC HEREBY
Gainesville. Fl. 33601. will open 9c
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DOWIING. N. of Stork on US 301. NOTIFIED that an action sole. or Joint owner*. doIng sealed bid. on Wednesday e7 lb.79C
P.O. Box 733. Stark. .
for dissolution of .
o.t.ftdante. mar- business under the October 116. 1983. at lb
Florida
32091 Intend to flag ha boon filed firm nom of BRADFORD 8:00 P."". .In Commisslanere
NOTICE Of ACTIONTO register cold fictitious' against you and you era HOSPITAL CENTER FOR Room 129.
name under the required to serve a copy: HEALTH a FITNESS 922 Bid will be received
:' MILTON a aforesaid statute. of your written defsn***.. East Call Street.Stork, for the purchase of Two

CHRISTINA L. RACKARD. October.Doted ,this A.D.03rd. 1983.day of In :H any to K. on the plain- Florida 32091. Intend to ((2) Cab and Chassis for >I.. .. ,,.,..01olg /" .. ow :-- ....--- iY ",}-''''''' ) '''' .._- s
121 Green Street lifts attorney whose register sold. ,fictitious the Bradford County I
Augusta Ga. 30901JOHNNIE Stark, Florida. name and address. Ie ,name under theaforesaid Emergency ,'Service
DOWL- 10/06 4Khg 10/27 'DUDLEY P. HARDY. P.A.. statute. Department. 'Specifica boundary
the Easterly -
ING.' 620 W. Adkln IN THE CIRCUIT P.O. Drawer 1030. Dated thl*.30th day oftept tion and other Information
Block
of Mid WM of
Street Storhe, Fl 32091. COURT EIGHTH Starka. Florida 32091 .mber..A.D.1983.... concerning this bid 1 South Rang 3 Wet. The SALE Goes On
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ((904)) 964-S70I and file In Starka, Florida may be obtained In the 630.22 feet to Iron
YOU ARE NOTIFIED OF FLORIDA the original with the /Alton Fisher 'Clerk of the Circuit. Court an
located at the '
that an action to IN AND FOR clark of the above styled- 10/064tchg 10/27 .Offlc. pipe Southeasterly corner Close-out on All 83 Models

FercloMir a Mortgage. BRADFORD COUNTY. court on or before October Th* County reserve* thereof thence N 721 S' I
on the following. descrlb- CIVIL ACTION 28. 193: otherwise the right to reject any ;
... property In Bradford CASENO.B3321CAIN a )lodgement may .1;: and all bid*. W boundary, along of the Mid Southerly Block I Buy Now and $AVE $AVE !

County Florida be ntred against you OF I' EIMTION GILBERT S. BROWN South. 3 Wet.324
BEGINNING AT THE NE RE: THE MARRIAGE for the relief' demandedHI TO REGISTER Clerk. to the Board Range .. .
CORNER of me EM of th. the COMpHUnl1 or -. Itchg 10/13 feet to an Iron pipe' : ; I
OF pot FICTITIOUS NAME
thence N O'STIS' W, '
NM of SEM' of NE4.! S.a KENNETH JAMES lion.WITNESS 1 I 44S.2S feet to an Iron .8 (;JNJ R.S is' C.I' 'tis *
lion 29, Township., 6 STEPHENS. my hand! and Notice I* hereby given -':'"' located on the Northerly ,
South. Rang 22 Eat and Husband ..... seal. at sold Court on. that RICHARD .. ,'., pipe boundary of Mid .:
run thane S IS feet VS September 21. 1983. BLOODGOOO and NAN-. IN THE CIRCUIT
E'of! Block 1 South 01' 'G'M' c"
thence run Wf 390leet. VIRGINIA M. STEPHENS.. GILBERTS. BROWN CY BLOOOGOOD intend ,il COURT FOR Rang 4 Wet (being ala Sierra 81 Chevy 4x4 I
run" S.. SO feet to a Wife A*Clerk. of sold Court to carry on th. bumee BRADFORD COUNTY the Southerly boundaryof
: Marian McRoaA FLORIDA Stereo A/C Tool Off Road Tire
point ef beginning. By: of awning operatingand t. Mid EVt! of Block 1 5388 5988
Thane run South 100 .NOTICE OP SUIT Deputy Clerk managing mlnl- CIVIL DIVISION North. Range 4 West) Box Sharp ..... ... Spoke Wheels .,.... ,
feet thence run Eat 200 NO PROPERTY 9/29 4tchg, 10/20. storage warehouse In CASE NO. 63-39 thence S 72-15' E. along I
feet: thence run North the State of Florida Mid Northerly boundaryand
100, feet thence run TO: VIRGINIA M. .. '- under the nome of MINI- FLORIDA BANK AT continuing S 72"1S'E. !
Wet 100 feet. to point of STEPHENS, c/o Lillian NOTICE STORAGE OF AMERICA STARKE.. : along the Northerly 79 Ford Ranger 81 Ford F100

beginning Pyle, 9107 lowery Road :OF INTENTION and Intend! to fagtoter ,Plaintiff', boundary of Mid Block 1
XLT A/C
ALSO: Commence at Jacksonville Fla. 32226. TO REGISTER said fictitious name.In us' South Range 3 Wet, Camper Special 648S Sharp 4988

NE Corner of EH of N4! FICTITIOUS NAME accordance with Florida BOB L.COOPER.and 537.38 feet to FOB.. A/C. No 1416 ........ No. 3036 ..............,
of SE V. of NE V.. Section YOU ARE HEREBY Statute 165.09. other*.",'. Parcel: That portionof *
.
29, Township 6 South NOTIFIED that on action Pursuant to Section Dated this 1st day ef Defendant Mid WVi of Block 1

Rang 22 East. Run Wet for DISSOLUTION OP ,849.09. Florida Statue. August. 1983. North Range 3 West lying -
200 feet, thence run MARRIAGE AND OTHER notice h hereby given Richard Bloodgood NOTICE OF SALE South of a graded 81 Dodge D150 81 Chevy LWB/ :

South 119 feat to a point RELIEF ha1' been tiled- that the undersigned.John Nancy BloooQooo rood known a* Market
.of beginning mrun against you. VIRGINIAM. E.lott. Route I. Sox 9/22 4tpd 10/14 ,NOTICE I is herbygiven Road: also that portionof 4 Speed Gas Champ 388 Auto. Trans.. Power 4888

West M feet thence run ., STEPHENS and you "... Stark. Florida PUBLIC that. pursuant,to Mid EVt! of Block 1 No. 3039 .............. Steering No. 3037 ...
South SO fat thence run, are .eeulr.J to servo a 32091 (or*owner, doing 'LEGAL the ,'InaJudgement North. Range 4 Wet. lying A82 -
.Lot ;SO feet thence run copy of your. written, bulnM under the firm NOTICEDra"efsT3el4 r'entered trr'WO number South of Mid rood
North\ 50 feet to paint of defense. If It, nam of JOHN S. LOTT Circuit of .
to NOrheryproton9atlarw'ot
any on and Eat a "
;IM.I..ln.. .,..'.+ky,1r1F' "tIIIII'. pIfenI4fr' tItfiIIIIra'' ..,....oaOOFINGn...,170N.TIN.gp' ., ; ; .,.= --- -." the I :;.l.Ford FIDO Ford' F100 -"
TOGETHER WITH A who**. name and oddra .TfON. Route .. Bon 674.Sloe . *"*: ;ond } "'trill ..I1 the Westerly boundary of '
... Estimate of IncreaeOe In situated In' Topper V-8 Cass. V-6 AM-FM
1974 RIDGEWAY MOBILE *. I is WM. A. LEES FI.rlda.intends \ Property Parcel. 5288 5988

HOME, I.D. No. RO '1298. SENT. IH, ESQUIRE B S- to register said fictitious Population.... Division" ,County at public _I.. to the' No. 1429 ...,.... .... Real Sharp .............
60 Long. SENT. MOODY S name under the of Alcoholic Beverages. Florida, described as: highest. bidder for cash .
hoe bean filed agalmt SALZMAN. 403 West aforesaid. statute. and Tobacco. Department '. Two parcels' j of land at the front door of the'
you and you are required Gaargla. Street P.O. Box .Doled this 15th day of of Business Regulo.fion. compromising portion Bradford County Courthouse i
to larva a copy of your 10S4. Stork. Florida .aMptVCIMMe.*) 9De 1903 In State of Florida, of- the WM! of Block 1 In Starke, 82 Chevy S- 10 80 Ford FIDO

written defence If any. 32091 and file the Bradford County, will be accepting application South Range 3 West the, Florida between 11:00:
.to It on WM A. USSENT.III. original with the clerk of fl9r1da., for, the issuance ., ,EVt:of, Block. 1 South. A.M. and! 2:00 P.M.. on 6488 AM-FM Cassette 4688 i;
BESSENT. MOODY I the ooovo styled court on _' 9/224tpd 10/14 of quota liquor "Range 4 West,'the EVt of the 17th day of No. 3033 .........
SALZMAN 403 West or before November 10. licenses m the followingCount Block 1 North, Rang 4 November 1983.GILBERTS.. *
aiD ON COUNTY
Street P.O. Box West and the W V of BROWN .
Georgia 19831 otherwise '
a Iudoo- and amount '
EMPLOYEES HEALTH ** :'
1056. Stark. Florida be entered Block 1 North. Range 3 AS CLERK OF
merit may aradfordi.
32091. before November again you for the relief' PLAN (Amount(County) 1Applications). West all In Simon J. SAID BOARD lasso. mm: : TINIER *: ;
Subdivision a*
Temple's
and file
17. A.D. 1983: demanded. In the cam ''will be By: Beuloh M. Moody
the original with the plaint or petition. The Bradford County- per plat thereat recorded Deputy Clerk i
Board of Commissioner ,accepted oflif olftj Oc In Book
County Deed C. Page
Clerk of this court either WITNESS hand! andMe 10/13 4tchg 11/03 '
'
before service on plaintiffs coal of laid my Court an- will open' sober 19. 19B3. and conttiMiff9 424 of the public record: 82 Chevettes 82 Datsuns
sealed bids en Wednee. through Jonuovy of Bradford County.
f&C nW October 4. 193.GILBERTS..
attorney day. October 26. 1913. at 14. I.... All Interested. said being
mediately thereafter: BROWN .8:00 In Commlsloners *- Florida: parcel 88 Down 135 mo* 188 Down 135 mo* i iI
p.m. persons should make In- more particularly
otherwise, a default will A*Clerk of old Court
{ Room No. 129. quiry and/or file their described as follow:
be entered
against you Martha E. Strum '
By
for the relief demanded' A*Deputy Clark 3psciflcottonfB for the application' by contacting" Parcel: I: Commence at Subscribe Today! Includes 12 mo.. 12,000 mil. LIMITED QUANTITY

.In the conifHolfit 10064tc 10127 County Employee Richard I, Caplan* on Iron pipe located at BRADFORDCOUNTY Mechanic Repair Policy 49 month 1M cash or trade
fhto 6th day of Health Plan or any other (District Supervisor). the Northeasterly comer
DATED.
October, A.D. 1963. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTEIGHTH information concerning I DIetrIct 0IRc0"' Did ise1 of told WM of Block 1 4S mos. M down cash or 17.9 APR WAC A tag ft Tax

GILBERTS. BROWN JUDICIAL :this bid mar be obtained AIcohoIIe ......... South Rang 3 West (being TELEGRAPH trade 19.01 APR WAC Tax A Tag 12 mos. 12,000 mile available t

Clerk of Circuit Court CIRCUIT. 'In the dork of cr.nOnCe end T........ HI I.CetlUe also the Southeasterty 984-6305 tr
By:.Martha E.ShvthA 'OF FLORIDA '/ D.parl.t.fThct Drive/ comer of MId Block 1
Clerk IN AND FOR County reserves North. Rang 3 Wet) for
*Deputy dek.eeIR'Pledd. Escort
82
101134hi111/ BRADFORD COUNTY: the to' reject .any POB.and run *. 17M3-W.. 82 Toronado No.1217
ondolTbld.Union.. hwaned M.l..m..RnINSURANCE
.------- ---- ---- loaded. 4 Door, L" Model
4888
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Xfra Sharp Sharp,
I r YARD SALE LOSTFOUNDLADIES
Keystone, ;Ads Con'tFOR 1 -

MANTES kNMMANCI AOINCVi MOVING IAn Lhdng room' GOLD BULLOVA 75 Caprice 77 Omega

SALE FOR SALE 160 S_ lake Avsnr s.., cult bed*. table andchalrs WATCH lost Friday night at 4 AT
Good Door
County Lake Butler 490-378. | refrigerator gas UCHS football gama. Classic. | m QQ 1288

FWUi dog 'to' good hem*. YAMAHA TENOR:.SAXAPHOMEi Complete ,kawenas Sat.vice. heater new hot-point Reward offered.. Phone Transportation ...... I OG AC .............<.._..... i
Large and good with. with Bundymouthpiece. TFN,, Itove two month old. 494-2S40 Mary Elixson. *
:children.. Black oncIw.11 -. .' Like' new Ads 'clothe''and. 'mlse. Frl. and l-chg 1016 .
(hot*.. Coll -236I.. $500.473-7O9S after 4 p.m. REAL Sat. .In Ratford East 229 78 Olds 73 AMC

10/19 ItpdIMMJLOW 10/13 Itchg follow signs In' city limit.. FOR SALE
AND DEEP WBUniMPSi SIT WKDDtNO BJNOSt $130. ; WANTED ESTATE 1-chg 10/13 Reg 98 loaded 3788 Matador 688

PVC pip* and frf 174 HORNET station- ; All Power ............ ............................... .
rlng. ',Water softener.. -wagon, $6pO.smo.aidAppeloos. WILL 'PAY Cams Far Your. UXMONO KMPMC ':A IUIQAL F PERSONAL Registered, Pelend China
I Bryan Ac*' Hardware colt." $300.17932641013lidng' need mobile ItOnMt. Rig OF fftoparrr If i Baa 8 mth old $150 *

Keytona Hgt*,.. 473, < 00* Powell 4M-3377. TFN. don't hove K, HI find lf. -' 'SERVICESDORMAN 494-2703 oiler 6:00 p.m. 79 Buick Limited 79 Delta 88. i
1016 tfnchg CONDOMINIUMS 2bedrame. Just ask. JANE S: USHER. 6.w.tiCeansa-ed .
WILL SCU M TBAM POll :9 bath, garage 'FOR RENT' REAlTORs496212' "er WELL AND SEPTIC .. Plane ........ Cruise, Tilt V-8. AT, AC 4688 j
MOTOR HCMMiJt acre. and deck. Now. Energy officiant. 494.2903. ova*. "Your deal. wall Wanted Responsible party 5488
Fenced wall electric pel*.' Call 473-3722. Union. County leaf tar,* TANKPockooe.drilled. water pump new to take ever low monthly PW V-8 ...,..!........, Crul. Tilt 1............. i

.lake privilege/ Apprataad 10/13 ItpdHCHIOAV TYMWmTm AND ADDtNO a/04tfn mftolarion at..optic tank "payment on spinet .
$10.800. Call 1-813-43M.. ,TRAILERS Good MACHIN1S FOR slfNTl 1 CoWwofI .....Pan/dt drain field and loft Mo ,Can be seen locally. Write Chevetto 81 Citation
10/13 tpd condition. Air. awning Union County TlvnfM.' ISO Seekers end-.dlll... non' Mobil home pate Credit Manager: P.O. Bon 80 .
*.' ACMS--HIOH.DB.Vl SI.OOO worth.,ef sartre. ,MaIn Street ............ eo-- ........ available. All work 937, Shelbyvlll. IN "' ,,6- 14 j
South side of,.....Geneva 3700. Call 473-4491. phone ...*.2261 far Mar.> .. ..,...... ......... Brick guaranteed call. Tommy 3-pd 10/13 ,' speed 2981 Door 4288'

wlttv private'road< Owner 10/13 Itchg motion TFN 10/1 heave.. iv eons:: Grot Daman:27S-213I. UFN 9/1 l/ .................... I AT. AC <................... !
.fmancad. Call 473. 897' '.I9T4 tlTOfC CONCORD POOl! RENT LONG TERM .1BONM. I ream.wtth" fine. ......11 I NSW CREDIT serdl-Nobody HELP .. *
'_..... 10/13-20 2tpd. :3B..,. 2Bath. $5.900. Buy .... furnished BOM 2 BH. ipllt plein.I ,\refuted I .Also, WANTEDREAL Cutlass
.DMSCIUAHBOUS FUB. ,and mar or rent existing. mobile. home. $1 M210.;" AtMimobto mortgage wI"' ":+i,.;.Visa/Mastercard.; Call I 81 81 Trans AMT i

Ntnifflb 8 place living; pace en S acre.473-224S.. larrrtrdy and piuygrar..... owner'.holding inacandmortgegoi 8OS- a7-4000 Ext. c..1136.. .
'shorn uH.< '1110.. plow iiO/I31tpd Pine 4M-23M. UFN 9/29 'I financing J I'I 4-pd 9/2? IOIIS' ESTATE UCSNSWOi ) I TurboTTops.' 7788
Lake School of 5781
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suet KOt BRAND NEW2SR.. MOBM HOME I Siss.oaa. (r' City.Rid A ,
.dining roam BORM. CUSTOM MAORI Drapria*.'
Loaded. ...
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Real Estate. Phone ... .
rocker recliner, $60. daublawUkt" MOIMW'Set -. ............ retired persons One to tenaero"1 lost. Vatance and Spread call .
MOKE.':'Call .anytime, ue> with ems. .....ac. or nyone with..reference. evollable.wooded.. .. 494-2219 or .....11.0 far 755-4004. TFN 7/14 *

473-419. 10/13-20 2chgMYMMIS i end I OWO'. Beady tamav* Phono 494-3130" 2.-ehg. ftNaffran*..,|oto, .tieevUy 1 FREE Estimates. S and .W A.AITMIN'MAINTINANCe 81 Ford LTD 81 Chevette
OM-18 CAMMAl in an'wooded la*.$21.900.: 10/4-10/13 '; : : .' .;. SnterprlM UFN 9/29 A fastgrowing .
body with manual.......,. LEASE purchase. $1.800 ,PVAUR )HOWl? fat rant 194SWSmAve.2BORM.1BH. 13. ftcra*. large treeej'relMog( CRAP! CLASSES Punch-em property management' AC
AT AC
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Excellent' ;condrnan r $1ft.) down' balance.'at down lend)$3.000 an ocra7':!t I, lot', ldery, needle ,point. firm seeks experienced .,, A4il 3788

7S-JI'Ie.: 10/13-20 2tchg payment oust"15 month $ItO me. first end .kw We have awry .II .h .....' vrltlkinO. ,knitting fnnr.94 maintenance Nice) ................... Xtra .Nice... ........._..... '
nOtITlIttID AUSTRALIAN Ins payments.Dors -, '. .hr advance. Noes, porti..for sale 872-5313: se"p.varechor a-..Mart Man' person aporlm..t -
hi Lake Butler end
unit
PUPPmSI Greol' ..al475.2. -. even- 494-3002. .
SNPfNRD 4tWOI7, 2--pd 10/13 \ Oct. 10. 1000.1100 and Stark Successful .
I working doggood pet*.' .....? collect 379-3904.. 'nr' .tt 6:00-1:00'.'Please call endPegi.ter oppll.
r will have basic
473-7771 fae...Prh., tineh9'5ubscdeL ..' 494-22OO .cant repair iii'Msi
; r ) '10/13 .kill. with CHEVY-OLDS '
473-470 ..&ghts..,. .. Ak lira ,FOR ..SfD,4 1oJ Materials __.wo.Solly'. acceptable i
. apartment man-
Diana or John. 10/13-20 l !: ;;; TM and Thot-SO W. Main -/.... cond.. plumbing I. \

ili qc t'1 -4 i, ...... 2-chg 106.1013lede .end carpentry.' Good. [
FIVE VBHKtM KM SO safe ana toot with I ttJ,

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ENIAL'J .' .1 "I I' '.a..V.--.......-: a ..Main A peren.enni nl at 5,HWY Lake 121 Butler Lake 'I 1S01 N. TIIRfIe a fates

: : 'Butler, Ft Tues.. Thun.900tOO : GE'yliIe 372-10
sN4'M t/nA/ I. ',,wFw Peat4'i. :j.... UHf 106".rxg. or 1 Start. FtefWa J-vftj 29-9350

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CUP'N SAW rott-neii DIRECTORY Servicemen

Help with oi problem}* et>*nlvet. telephone/ ..call way and many rims, the call YORS
went cost: you If you knew| 'free number*,A's public' *ervtca,we hove, : I" II'', M
lined below many toU-fre/ *slaved) .!mOyjwent" f.c't., she. IIM/ and tope It'Intlda Walfewtamt6Completer ;,:,!,rrJ. mmmirERWILLEGAR" .

your'.''ephorMI4rectoty.! .-....,..........If you knew..other number not Included FleldMtUlery .

plea* end them to the Db! .an.l eo.1etII1c..*for pvblkatkm lots.FtORiOAs Officer Basic Course Florida

I 964-7200 -
I Second U. Walter'Nessmith, son of
,Att.n.p's ....... *er l.e I "' Mabra D. and Mary D. Nesamltb. of
1AM. SM: '.M. M-fij( I' ;n, Lake City, has completed the Held artillery -

,Recording efter howrai Colt bock( "during office hours.1.110202.10)1..... officer basic course at Fort
'hind.. O.Meea : yir ', .\ : Sill Okla. His wife, Peggy, is the
I A.M.1 P.M.. M-P. daughter of Clark and Barbara

Recording after, .. ,,,\ {'o"'t eR ,1.aoO-M2-M27 Stovall of Keystone Heights.-
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Ch"J" -lot... Nes mltli, a' 1963 graduate of the
Telephone. mooned: 24 hour a d
tovan CHiyfl a__...r.." ,r,;u"o;.:.. .. ....... ,. .. :. .. .:.IIOF22p112'Aa. .. serve with-'the'UJ5. Army Training
.. C-....... ;, ",,v 1 Center.at Fort Jackson,S.C.
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cording alter hour referring to : Stanley Riley'Completes "

National' Cancer Hotline, V ... ..,. vjf..;.. l004Mr Spec. Course
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Telephone manned 24 hour' a day, Pvf. Stanley Riley, son of Rufns A. 84 814 4 Es

even day*a -. ,.... .. .:.:..,... ,.. .. :. .. ... J.. .lMOMaU74Obituaries Riley, Jr. of Lansing Mich." and Ranger" ott,

Naomi RIley of Starke has completed
'food service'
an Army 'specialist ''

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.Huldah B. May Survivors Include his wife, Mr*. Mrs.Jimmie W.Dann Air
Merle C. Hoberson HInnant of Mrs. Jimmie Woodard Damn fl, of ,Conditioning ..
Huldah. Brinson Morgan May of Melrose; twa daughters, Sandra C. Starke, died Friday Oct. 7, at the I ,
1833 Furman Road, Jacksonvile died Crouch of Homestead and Patricia Green Cove Springs Nursing Care "
Sunday Oct: 9, In Jacksonville DavidA Center following an extended Ulness. '
Melrose one '
Dougherty/ of ; son ,' '''
General Hospital. and raised In Pinemount Community : \: .
; Hinnant of Middleburg; one sister Born J '
Mn.May j to a sister of Mrs.CharleyE. Mrs. Clara Bell Burnham of Melrose, near Live Oak. Mrs. Dann S6,695.GG\

John of Starke. eight grandchildren and 'two great moved to Starke In 1930 where ahe has : j, '
Ga. Mrs. .
A tiattve of BalnbrWge. of
grandchildren. since'resided. She was'a member I\J' .
was a member of the Methodist\ of Starke. I
May Funeral services were held at 11 the Bethel Baptist Church
Church; was 'very active In state include three daughters,
Survivors
A.M. Wednesday, Oct. 12, at Eliam 334.75
politics and was a former member of Baptist Churchwith Rev. H. Clyde Mrs. Susie Gllsson Wallace of Starke, Tux"
the Business Professional Women Ilarlesa officiating. Burial was"In Mrs. Emma Glover Pearce of Lulu =
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Club. She was retired from the State Ellam Cemetery,Melrose,with Jones and Mrs. Evle Johnson of Jacksonville 0 '

Treallurer' and Insurance Commissioner Funeral Home of Keystone Heights In ; two sons, Ernest Allen and I 25.00 '
Examiners Office. charge of arrangements. David Allen Woodard,both of Starke;,
Survlvlor include a, daughter 31 grandchildren, 72 great grandchildren .

Thelma Copeland' and son-in-law Mrs. Ada R. Ford 'and three great-great grand. I c\t1 iceFrei1t .
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Hogan, Copeland; three \grandchildren Mrs. Ada R. Ford, 82, of Melrose, children. \
Capt. Goy DUfenbaugh, her home of Funeral services were held at 10 ''
died Monday an apparent I' $
Mrs. Douglas Wheeler, and Hogan E. heart attack. a.m. Monday,Oct. 10,at the(Chapel 55,995.00 ,
Jr. and three' great- 705475Tux .
Copeland Born in Madison County,Mrs. Ford Archie Tanner Funeral Home with ,
.
Mrs.Charley
sisters,
grandchildren; two Rev. Leon Odom officiating. Burial
moved to Melrose In 1928 and was an
and Mrs.
E.Johns oI'Starke. 299.7'5''Tag
active member; of Eliam' Baptist was in Corinth Baptist Church
and several neices
Patsy Brinson, Church In Melrose. Cemetery near Jasper with A.'chierTanner .
and nephew. Survivors include one brother, Funeral Home of Starke In. Complete .Drive Out Price',

day Funeral'services,Oct. 11,In the chapel were of held Hardage..Tues Robert' King of Greenville.. Fla.; charge of arrangements.Mrs. !:, 2 5. .O. 0 .:....1
Jim
several nephews,including Ford
Home in Jackson
Funeral
Sons
and Melrose Robert Ford, U.S.; Navy, Ana Cardin
ville. -Burial was to. Crosby. Lake. Dan Grant Jacksonville, Herman Mrs.Ana Cardln 88,of Starke,died

Cemetery in Starke. Jackson of Utah; two cousins, Ray. Friday, Oct. 7, at the Bradford $6319-. .

Robert B. Cole and Carl Ford, both of Melrose. Hospital following a brief Illness.,, ,
Funeral services were held at 11 Born in Quebec, she moved to the
Robert B. Cole, 58, of Keystone ,
United States in 1918 where she lived
the Ellam
". A.M.Friday,Oct.7,In Baptist
died Tuesday, Oct. 4, at
Heights to Starke In
Church, with Rev. H. Clyde In Tampa until moving
Bradford Hospital of'an. .apparent Harlem and Rev. Fred Yerkes 'of. 1970. She was' a member of' the Complete'Drive' Out Price
heart attack: ficiating. Burial was In Eliam Catholic faith and was a housewife.
Mr. Cole moved to Keystone Cemetery at Melrose with the Jones Survivors.include three nephews,'
,,
Heights 20 years agofrom Talladega, Funeral Home of Keystone Heights In Rene Garcia of Starke and One and
Relations
Ala. and was General charge of arrangements. Robert Garcia, both of Gainesville.
Director for Electric! at Graveside funeral service were
Hague He was a member of the First Oct. 11 at
Jr. Tuesday
Lonnie F* Sweat, held at 1'p.m. ,
Baptist. Church of Keystone Heights. Lonnle Francis Frank) Sweat, Jr., Woodlawn Cemeteryln'Tampa with .
Survivors Include his wife Emma,' C3, of Jacksonville, died TUesday Archie Tanner Funeral Home' of ... .- ,' '
Jo Cole, Keystone Heights; two sons,
evening, Oct. 4, at hur residence Starke In charge of arrangements
Robert Bret Cole Keystone'Helghta
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and Clayton Paul Cole of Lacrosse; following an extended illness. McClosky 1
W.
Born In Sanderson;Mr. Sweat moved Joseph
one brother, James'C. Cole and his of J-
to Jacksonville over 35 ; Joseph William McClo ky, 61,
mother, Mrs.-Mae K. Cole, both of 7
was' a U.S. Army veteran of Worth Vestaburg, Pa. died Friday Oct. at
Talladega, Ala.; one sister, Marie Motelnorth of
Life
War II and was a retired accountant the New. Temple
Cole Tebo,Montgomery,Ala.and one
from the James ft Harris CPA firm. Lawtey after a heart attack.
Allen .Beck,' .. .
river
grandson; ,1fy'e' y -" Hewn of the Methodist faith.. Mr. McClosky was a retired .ri..f. .
Crosse. Survivors Include' his wife, Mrs. man and a'Catholic. .
Funeral services were Linda Carter Sweat of Jacksonville; Survivors Include his '
p.m. Thursday Oct.'e, at graveside of Vestaburg,
with Rev. Charles V.nZant.nd Rev. oncrdaughter, Miss Sherry Ann Sweatof Betty Jane McClosky.
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Jacksonville; one son; Michael J. Pa. n
Jack Wingate officiating. Burial was Sweat of Sanderson; 'three sisters, Funeral services were' held
In Keystone Heights Cemetery with Mrs. Lucille'Seville. Mn. Bertie Wednesday, Oct. 12, In Veataburg,
Jones' Funeral Home .of KeystoneHeights Pa:with burial In Westland Cemetery
Everett, and Mrs. Doris Spaidding,
In charge of arrangements.The all of Jacksonville; two brothers, hi Centervtlle Bore. Pa. Archie Tan' "
that in lieu
family has requested William C. Sweat of Madison and Edward nor Funeral Home of Starke in charge
madeto .
be
of flowers contributions may ,
of arrangements.
of Jacksonville.
E. Sweat
Church: of
the First Baptist'
Funeral' services were held at 2
Keystone Heights "p.m. Thursday; Oct.;'-e, In the'Grace Card of ThanksWe 0 9 .4' / 0

Albert T.llinnant United Methodist Church Lawtey,

Albert Theodore\ HInnant 75; of with Rev. Jim Tompkins and 'Rev. wish to thank our many frlenoV
*
Melrose, died Monday at his Ray McKendree officiating. 'Burial neighbors and relatives for \their
residence following an" extended illness. was In Lawtey Cemetery under the flowers, food and cards and also for limited Quantities iirnfUd OticlititJ( s
' direction of Jones Funeral Home, 514 their prayers during the loss of Our1loved '
E. None St., Starke. one; Vlller Lucille Stewart. r
A lifetime resident of Melrose, Mr. h.
Johnnie Stewart*FamilyUlyses
Hinnant was a member and trustee of
It Lonnle Rhodes
Ellam Baptist Church of Melrose.
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by Elizabeth Walker members' are asked to cooperate with Day program will be presented by(fehe 1983 "lssaD. Pulsar 1982 Chev. 1

pholem-MK 3 activities. AH friends are invited. youth of the church 11 a.m.Speaker

Ml. Pis gab AME' Church will will be Bro. Roes Chandler the auto., air, sun. ((4x4)) auto:, air, glass!: '
Church News...
Please
celebrate Women and Men'd Day Church of God to Christ. Join
Greater Allen Chapel AME Church Sunday, Oct.'18. The 11 a.m. speaker us In this fellowship. c *" roof.99S $.7.99519Z3
Family and Friends Day will be will be Mrs. Nellie Moore. 3 p.m. NOTICE Dinners will 'not be sold ". ,

observed at Greater Allen 'Chapel sneaker will be Darrell Watefield.. at Allen Chapel Saturday. planned
AME Church at 11 a.m. and.4 p.m.All The public Is invited. because of Mrs. Helen Smithsfuneral I :
Mt.Calvary Baptist Church I Youth services at 3:SO p.m. Lincoln'I 192' MazdoTown



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Friend of Lonnie Teston regret to I :1 5,495'-1 0.49 5
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the
fcy Elizabeth Terry return to North posium meeting sponsored by ,I : ,
learn that he had to
phone 78Z-33Ot Post Office at the Ramada Inrf,In
Florida Regional Hospital, Oct. 2. -' '''
Jacksonville on Sunday
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Gainesville, this,week. Our prayers. Mrs. B.L. Wilklson, Sr. viIIited1ier ;9S3 ,Dick LesahrQ.1982, 'J" 1

Grace United Methodist Church are with him. granddaughter Mfa. Sherrie Sberr<. I ,
?
will have their homecoming Sunday Mr and Mr*. Charles Smith and of Jacksonville for a few days..'
& Ing 6.
Station CJ-7
the
Oct. 16. Everyone 1* Invited family of Augusta, Ga. spent Mr.and Mr*.William Wolfe of Cap Wagon 1LaJioSl.4: .
and
weekend. with their parents, Mr. Coral spent the weekend with their ; ;
PERSONALS:, Mr*. Andrew McCombs. mother Mrs. Hester 'Hick* ,and 12 89'S' ,

Mr. and Mr*.. Earl Troxell visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise were brother-in-law and sister Mr. ,-')nd, ,
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their 1Od-tn.law'aDd daughter, Mr. entertained at a'birthday suppergiven Mrs. Glen Shuford and Nancy. I 191 'Lynx :
by their children on Wednesday. Harold' Eunice regret 1983 Bulck 'Riviera
of
hand Mr*. Craig Carroll ana family of 5. ; Gut he ,
Oct.
I night. "
waata North Florida Regional\ '
/Boca: Ratan Wednesday until Friday. air
I 'Wagon ,
Boch spent Saturday !: .
':' Deepest aympathy of the community herDaisy Mr. Hospital, Gainesville torsurgery. He 'S4.,9,9.rI
Is extended to Mr*. Franklin Sweat 'with daughter-in-law was able to come home Monday;t'JeV 2 Door ;
children in s1''
t and
and Mr*. Lynn Boch '
r of Jacksonville because of the death 3. Our prayer are with him: : :3' 9 9"5',
i Tuesday Gainesville Mr,and Mrs.William Woifeof Cape I '. ,
of her husband,Frank Sweat on Gustafson fl' .
night Our prayers'are with the Chief and Mrs. Wayne 'the Coral.Mr.and Mr*.Glen Shuford and h ;,1".1 ,F1,90; '"
and family of Pensacola spent "- '
i Mn: Sheri Morgan, ''and

family Mr;sand Mr.*. Clary Terry 01Nberry'vlalted Mrs.weekend Bill with Dobbs.their parents .Mr./,and. Shawne Nancy;Mr.and Mn.Danny Shutord 98 ZTraiis: 11m : 1x7" w.s..a $5,9' 5

their cousin. Miss rand'Brandon were supper guettfot'theirmother ,: ,
Elizabeth Terry; on Thursday after-' Friends of Mrs. June Brown to Griffis'regret North and grandmother, Sirs:;\ 'T-T6p ; \pexlair: r ,;.
to learn that she went ; ._ :
Hester Hicks Friday night. i
''j u noon.They purchased two Doberman "
: dogs from'Mr. and Mrs;: Norris Gay Florida Regional Hospital Sunday' Mr*. RoeaaE e' Reddish attend*! a' '' ah' : .5' I '
: Monday'O\II'; -$1'1 : Z8F2 4
Oct. I, for surgery on
Mis' Elisabeth' Terry visited her family reunion at Ocean Pond OlMNee, .. ,
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,.. .
with her.Ito .
prayer: are Saturday. Sbe enjoyed the tood,...., .
sister. Mr*. C.E. Strickland ofGainesville. ,. ,. EunIce' of '
and'Mra. Roger 'Lariat"39d4O'orijipa1
; ''Y
Monday until Wednes fellowship.. y ,
weekend with ? .
'creatview spent the r '
Mr .Jim McCarleyJr"of f
.and
Blood Mr .,
While there she went to
rr day. their Mr. and Mrs.Harold 1 ti4ti cruise j" ; I 1.u.:
Bank and lose Dr.Donald Quick andreceived parents" .Jacksonville spent the long weefcpnd, ;. ;; 8 OIplt.likeuii". ,
,a' good report :from him* 'Eunice. of MaxvUle'' with their parent*,Mr.:and Mr*. LL..WUklsan Collector's EditionSee a j .J"

Mr*.,Strickland and .her daughter, Mr*.Ben Hlgginbothatri Marlon ,Jr. ,replacCni; !lcost, '
Mrs- Don ParceUuad, brought Mlaa and her daugbter..Mra. .Mr.Alma Pine and herda\Hibter'of. wit : '$ \
:
visited Mrs. 1'- '
w
'Th aley also of Maxville. day.lih.titeraousbm 4q": .7:
Terry home on their'way to Jacksonville Hester Hick on Sunday, Oct. 2. Middleburg spent SQ B.LWilkbsarJr. m __ ; ,
Mr..ad MIa.
To spend the night/ with another will
David Reeve of North Carolina

daughter JoI cda of Mrs. Strickland., Mrs. spenda few'.days. ..with.his grandfather
iLin gira4I5'Ogden'ofLake: Kermlt Bolter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack WaMwrfaM ofTallahassee ', ..,
ofFer, : ', :

'''Wortll be' near baa her mend parents:hack,: M'b!.Lawtey,and"Tf' NrW.r to. >nandlna Mr.end Beach J4r1.visited are'Henry getting Smith along very. -with their nlotber spent! ,.Wednesday( ; rEl.Wft' EGAR M T I. '

nicely. Jhey Jheirjoor&klawanTtiaughJeivMr.
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: : wri t. :;' ;
.1i. CarnrdhaeIsINBIIMpeevlalla and Mrs. ,JimA s tl tel ee'WInwTallahassee ,
# Mr and Mr : itv\ ;
Joel frem4Ae.bolpital.lwa'". LaMonte and Troy, recently....... of visited their nwiMr r,:; 'I, M :,2'W... i tSOnJ'J.FY". ::; : ( _, e.t'W..j k..w''' t .. ,' ,
,= ,,' ; ,' ". Mrs.,MiMbred Tye and Mrs. Lynn *. Truby Wa lwrlibt. on S.tuSh y

+: .,..aso. Pearson of Kalford attended* sym afternoon.' "' .... ,. .' ..,,,N ","".,..." ,.,.'."<.u.....,,. Jo' ,,"J) ".I",,.....4 ... 4....,...(:9,'' ,}


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