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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r Students will display their talent by acting In skits and Lari Ann Johns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
building and decorating floats for their prettiest and Johns of Starke.
most popular coeds at homecoming 1983 at Bradford Angel Folsom daughter of Mrs. Phyllis Folsom and
High this weekend. Clifton Folsom both of Starke.
Tornado Whirl to tonight (Thursday Oct. 20) at 7:30 Michelle Stillwell,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R
r .i r p.m. at the BHS football stadium. Admission to 50 cents. StiUweU.

Highlight will be the crowning of the new homecoming Run-off election for 9,10 and 11 grade princesses were
queen. Classes will present their skits at Tornado Whirl held and the winners are:
The homecoming parade to set for 1 p.m.Friday from -Junior ClasstMarcia" : Watterson.
v Washington Street on the north side of Bradford High. -Sophomore Class: Deanna Tomllnson.
: The parade will proceed south down US-301 turn left on -Freshmen Class. : Nannette Conway. .
p1' ,' I Call Street, turn right on Thompson right onto Madison The homecoming queen and her court will ride the
'r Street, right on Orange Street and return to the school senior class float. Each princess will ride the float of her
t via Orange Street. class. Also the parade will present the club sweethearts.
At 8 p.m. Friday night, Oct. 21, the Tornado football' Activities are scheduled at school every day next
pxc team will host neighboring Clay High for the homecoming week:
game. Clay High lost 22to Class. 3A Middleburg MondayPunk Rock Day. A Name That Tune contest
( now 5-1, but played the Broncos their usual tough game' sponsored by the BHS administration, is set. There will
"''i Coach Davis Hurse isn't expecting an easy homecoming be skit taping In the chorus room and class float

t game. preparations from 3:30.9 p.m. at the fairgrounds..,
Five ..nlo..coeds. have already been elected by their TuesdayCollege Day. There is the homecoming
classmates. to run for homecoming queen.The entire queen election, Whirl practice, and float preparation
school voted Tuesday, Oct. 18, to elect the homecoming 3309.
queen. The winner's name will remain secret until the WednesdayTeachers Day.There will be an "I Hate
last part of Tornado Whirl when the new homecomingqueen Boys Dayl" sponsored by the Spanish Honor Society,
will be crowned by Senior Class. President Steve. plus Tornado Whirl and float preparation.'
rri '#:'i I, Marshal. ThursdayClassy. Day. There will be an "I Hate Girls.
The 5 candidates are: Dayl" sponsored by the Spanish Honor Society, plus
5r Lisa Bell daughter of, Mr.and Mrs. F.D. BeU of float and T. Whirl skit preparation.
Lawtey. Friday Spirit Day.
Sellna Cassels. ,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Theme for the week activities is "We're No. 1, BHS

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\ Hits Block on Police. Cars .


Jimmy Bowen ran Into a roadblock because lie's neVer been. able to get gent and strongest body to needed.
r, in buying three new police cars one to hold up. Bowen said maintenance records
{, n rot ri, Tuesday night, Oct. IS, when Councilman Only bid received was $28,728 or show it costs more to keep Fairmonts
P Vernon SUcox questioned the $9,576 each from Duval Ford owned on the road, they stay in the shop
i proposed "purchase 'of Ford LTD by the same parent company as Lake more. Bowen said the best performance
1 Crown Victorias, Chevrolet of Starke. Chief Bowen expressed has been by the one LTD on
:r d'rt ; disappointment., that Ter- the road. Price of the LTD Crown Vic
+ XM city.-.hash,\ .ed. mid-size. Ford wUlegar Ford of.Starke did not bid. torias to Just a few hundred more than
Iv, wda Alter- a;iongr discussion;" >Chief Bowen said.Jhis-wa.."a' good '''the downsized Ford,-the chiefs said. ,
ewBeHnrae4tfc**** IT Committee nrtarsv and about the sameea UM state B/.. .-am gettingon ..-.-
Safety,, chaired Counoilman.
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bid price. smaller
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Travis Woods, with Instructlons Councilman Silcox Victoria with
questioned to
buy- a police package probably
/ to find out the state bid
',: price Ing the largest and fanciest Ford, the best buy for police work.
'' s d. won by Chevrolet and to find out the which he said Is "a natural $1,000 An exasperated Chief Bowen finally
price.of a smaller mid-size car. higher" than Ford told
a Fairmont. Councilman the council "I don't care.Tell me
'Chief Bowen, a Ford mechanic by Bobby Biggs sided with Chief what to do or tell the clerk, and I'll
i l trade said' he doesn't like a Chevrolet Bowen, saying in police work the big- live with it."


4 Incumbents Qualify, in Lawtey, 5 Positions .Open II

Which One Will It ,Be...? Four Incumbents have qualified to Marvin Rosier: those of Police Chief M.M.Jordan and
The five finalist elected 'the .
class.Those
were by senior run In the upcoming city election in Qualifying opened at noon Mondayand Clerk Shuford. Three city commissioners
.One.of these five senior coeds Is the new Bradford members of the BUS student body registered to
Lawtey. runs through Oct. will have to run they are
High School 1983 Homecoming Queen. The young ladles vote cast their ballots Tuesday for their choice for noon Friday, ;
Councilman Robert
They are Police Chief M.M. Jordan, Scott, the current
I are (l-r) Angela Folsom Larl.Ann Johns Lisa Blocker,. homecoming queen. The winner will be announced wIleD 21.Five I
City Clerk Lucille Shuford Councilman ; offices are up for for a "big mayor; Marvin Rosier and "Blllter"Bennett.
Michelle the is crowned Oct 20 he end Whirl.
S&Uwel1.and, Sobs Cassels. queen at of Tornado ; .
and
Robert Scott. Councilman,iI year" election in Lawtey, Including

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1-) f: Student Computers, "Leaking' ',School Roofs Occupy 3-Hours' of Talk .


A 'Computers to train students are Five bids were received 'on'Apple the board paid about four l nes. Schoor.
''i some roofs really repaired bids on computers. Miller said he needed Chairman Hall urged and the board ; ArchItect Domple recommended Brooker Cafeteria In Works... Priorities Switched...?
Southslde\' Elementary leaking roofs, time to study them, so those five bids 'Voted to for Dompe to evaluate the I.Cheesboro be paid the $18,444 final Upon recommendation of Supt.. A letter citing unsafe food storage
and a proposed cafeteria at Brooker went to committee for evaluation. bids posthaste. Hall said a special payment requested ,except for $400 Casey, the school authorltzed ar- problems at Bradford Middle School
Ele. are proving to be tough problemsfor meeting will be called when: the held 'back pending completion of. chitect Dompe to begin preliminary written by Food Service Director
the Bradford school board. Low Bid Qu stloned..." evaluation to complete, several amaIlltema:The board final. plans for a new cafeteria at Brooker Delores Morgan caused concern when
Wrestling with' the sticky capitaloutlay Architect Al Dompe wanted to question Main bid "was for the cafeteria and ly agreed to that plus $8M more In architect Elementary School. brought to fight by Board Member
> Items Including how. much a bid $10,000 low on a $26,000 project -' four rooms on the second wing, and fees Incurred because of a Supt. Casey said there will be 2,400 Patricia Spengler.
""j 1 money to hold back for Incomplete at Southside Elementary roof some covered walks. Alternates on leak during construction'when the square feet of Interior space and 3,016
'work, and whether to pay 'for leak: repair, Tom C which a decision must be made, In- ':roof was left uncovered square feet i overall in. the. new The legthy dlscusion ended when
i, repairs until after it rains again;plus Board Chairman Rodney Hall wanted cluded reroofing the rest of the cafteria. Vo-Tech Director David Smith of the <
<1 routine items pushed the Monday to lock onto the low price. classrooms on second whig the 1 errytheTerry Brown questioned The board previously talked about middle school offered a used food
:i night, Oct. 17. meeting to over three Quality Builders of Gainesville bid library, and the office. ( or school spending $100,000 and using its own cooler he got from the surplus property
.: hours. *' $"le,784, compared to $26.750 by Poole Boardmembers became acutelyaware board owed the extra $654. Brown labor to do the work. Now the figure to division and the vo-tech heating
PComputer' Roofing Sheet Metal of Gainesville of the SS leaks when they sat said after research, the contract with up to $210,000. Supt Casey said the and air-conditioning class repaired.
Purchase and $27,819 from A.. Bartlett Roofingof under one in the cafeteria. The leak in Dompe places the contractor responsible Hampton Elementary cafeteria cost The unit was working when unplugged -
:Iarried.... Gainesville. Quality Builders was the cafeteria to serious and long stani I for work not up to standard but $50 per square foot. Applying that Smith said.
,1 Bids on Commodore. computers also low on each of five alternates. Ar- i ding, and a few weeks soaked tiles fell does not address accidental damage figures to BE's 3,016 square feet the
;! were' "well within"" the estimated chitect Dompe wondered if Quality during the night! In 'several so the board apparently on the hook, new food service building would cost Mrs. Morgan Mid' the two large
{"came and Radio Shack computers Builders made a serious mistake \classrooms.!In the second wing. for the $654. $130,800. ; food storage coolers at the middle
y hi exactly as expected, said Instructor .since the other two bids were much The extra work resulted when Chairman Hall pressed for a figurebut school both break down often, but
Steve Miller. closer to his estimate. : BUS BMS Roof Fixed...i Cbeesboro Const left the roof partial- Supt. Casey said the preliminary have not yet been down at the same
>\; Those bids were evaluated'duringj Casey said it was a good bid. that : It was difficult for the school boardto ly uncovered one weekend and a hard' works needs to be done before a good time.!
the meeting by Instructor Miller,and $1.30 per square for replacing a roof la decide how much money to rain soaked the school. The contrac estimation can be made. Supt. Casey said he figured the
?,SB. Principal Charles Thomas and good price/ withhold from Cheesebora Roofing tor's insurance company paid for the Casey asked Dompe to have the ..
4 awarded at the end of the marathonv 'Board Member Patricia Spengler: I;' Co. for Items not yet complete on the damage caused but rejected ''education specifications and
session on the recommendation of was skeptical saying she recalls an re-roofing Jobs at Bradford Middle DompeY, saying be was an agent for preliminary' plans drawn within' 30 (See Computers..P.3A)
A,Supt. Tom Case electric, work, bid like this for which 'School and Phase 1 of Bradford High I the school board.. days.
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: .Two golf enthusiasts" carve: their: own nine-hole: golf l Course: out ,) I V: A"$38,555. bid to resurface McCollum ;I i fact that Starke la remote to bringing ;grant status meaning the would pay- every hard rain.
Jerraln and hold annual ''redneck; golfing champion-i' ;;Street and to clean the ditch north of ,equipment Into. 25 percent, the federal government 75 Waste has two main arteries to get
kj I 'of the sandy :. '. c't .< ; J,Cooper Road was approved Tuesday I Lucas said there were no bids last percent Lucas said he has verbal ap- to the sewer plant, via Street
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L t'Ishlp."/ ot their."country cl"b'," ,. .;"I R'4)S( ,I night; Qcti/ 18. by the Starke commls-i..I.Ion. t :week. the original opening date,'and proval of grant status, but has not yet and sewers on Alligator Creek, Lucas
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; I.,1/"\ ." ''i .. .;;, I the opening was delayed until Oct. 17, ,.received word in writing. said.
: '. '! t *QW 9* flaf" ,I'' '* ;: McCoJlum was deleted from Additions Include electrical im-
: "Scrlm"'aw'Arttlt,, : ,*;, f\, T ; < -, par base bid of $ .5M; ;/ f>Sewer .Work... provements In the new digester, lab, ,A resident asked when the'eouncU
to' i "Melrose' resident Phil 1ort.yi"Maks" ;unu.'old-fashioned; ; project-to Install waterlines I .. ,Work: on $521.000 upgrading of the. .equipment;, 'and paving 1m thinks water lines will be run up Old i iLawtey
If' Oowderhorn*' with designs done I In.scrlmsh6wr'an, ancient art:; > north on Market Road was tabled :.Starke sewer treatment plant la 90 provements Road. Council Charles
.j.,.". > '/f**. 'Illy". ,* "., for the time being,until the council J i. ''percent''complete.engineer.Lucas' "You/ plant'wUf operate'without Schaefer explained that will have to .
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!, t. ',. :. fe/1!, 7 !I ., ',>;Ii, ''' < .sees If enough of the $80,000 project reported to the council. the Improvements..'Lucas stressed. wait until It to known If money Is:
. ).."' f loohh andA 'Itn.. ,:, 11. '''IIIhit >Ii remains to oo.the Job. c' ,: 5 I I' Some I items remain to be done.Con-:' tvailable.but there will probably be a
\ I, health andVf S.nttaE: ofadford Hospital offers' ", Plans are to. retold the sewer tractor 'J.W. ,Mea > j
:: new, | es rehabilitation'In :die target\ 'area In : toejr onville is still waiting on same The trunk .line sewer from Orange
two program., phtNcacutidRtlonlnQ. / : > > ,. ,$ / I, Reno section'which uMhtaea' 'all f t\' inulpment, to arrive) said Lucas. Street has a partial blockage, plus an .-
. : t. streets north of North St. -. ;n\. '. 'l .Bfeaikm has until February to finish .inch diameter line has been Insertedto ,In 'other1action', ,.the council:
i f I>": Only one firm bid the HUD plEO jecta' j theproject but, expecuMo finish In repair a 12-Inch line, engineer
} .New drlilti"...:" <(,)i"; ,!> !;'i ; L. ,'AIr F. *. : G ,. BulWewi .. of. B.ff..view.r, + Lucas sold Approved the hiring of surveyor'
t The latex newel'e' .fratt. 'thd'tourtiystemefol.UnionaClay'r -t 4 (Engineer JI,. I.Thn council approved some $39.000U The addtional work would inchide.clearing Merrill Strath to update city maps
\ ''and Bradford ouhtlet\1\:. .t\\* >.,r i\f,, ;. : u hled away Mc use of tha Bwnail size ." >MdMious to the contract, providing the blockage on the sewer and fill out Department of Transpor
{of tlw protect, it to a BCD project requiring j. t/.S. Environmental Preelection plant site. The blockage causes problems tation utility: permits,at a msidmum
f additional nVoR' and the '" ,the additions for with sewers overlflowin et S00
pae ;, 1! Jlgency. approve. .whit. ? atr.year.
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Klwania Club, which Is very suppor- h f''
i tive of the club. President Donna
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who
Thornton, was very appreciative
Homecoming, every day this week 01 the parent club' help, IBid "I u}
has been filled with excitement and Il- would like to thank aU of the Kiwanis
111I100:.'Events were scheduled everyday for their support so far In all of our
; projects."
,Monday, Oct. 17, was "Punk Rock The Key Club elected KeW Carver f r 1
Day*'a day made or only the wildest homecoming sweetheart and Selina :s
clothes, hair.styles and nostalgia. Cassels division sweetheart. l6r art r
Tuesday Oct. 18, was "College
Day," when students wore their Predicted Victory Dance....
favorite college' color or slogan, a The Junior class will be sponsoring
day of Jersey and jeans!111 the annual extravagant homecomingdance
Wednesday,Oct.19,was"Teachers 1983.
Day," In which dressed like their add the excitement the juniors
To to
most adored(or abhorred) teacher by, have hired 95x disc jockey "Dorian," For Beautiful Mus e.'the Starke Repertory Chorale...

dressing as that teacher for the day.". a top choice among students. Proceeds Members of the Starke Repertory Chorale are (.-..)1 Back row- David Shoemaker, tenon Pat Crawford baritoneDenny ,
Thursday Oct. 20, i*"Classy Day. from the dance will go toward Front row .Charlene Francis alto, accompanist; Carol Miner alto George, tenor BUI McRae .boss, and Don Hardy;dlrectal' sad Bill
This is the to really dress uptl!" If the 83-84 prom. So dance with Either Hardy soprano; Marian Douglas,alto; Merrie Shoemaker,soprano Not shown are Debbie Woodfln, soprano; Bob Mllner. baritone,
Friday, Oct.bad 21 is "Spirit Day. ,Dorian!!11111!!!! Cana Schmidt alto., : _. George, .bass.
you have ever It or U you are,on-, .. .
na get It, this Is the day to show itll!I Paris anyone?... a
Your spirit of course!! Go all out in
strictly red and poeylAward ,needs Anyone to get Interested in touch with in going Mrs.to Wanda Paris Starke Repertory Chorale Concert Set I

Winner to be Announced Smith of the Social Studies Dept. Im .
mediately.Plans are being made now 5 choral baritones-Pat Crawford;Bob Milner;
... to tour paris In the summer of 84. The Starke Repertory" Chorale'under '' secular repertoire. There will School chorus room to an overflowing baser Bill George and Bill McRae.
The Student Council will be spon- Make plans nowllilCampus direction of Don Hardy .will be an emphasis on early Americanfolk crowd. Members of the chorale Merrie are: The members of the chorale have
soring the first Six Weeks AwardlAaaem$1n present a concert Tuesday songs, as. well as contemporary sopranosEsther Hardy, altar over 250 years of combined singing
auditorium Tuesday, Capers... Oct. 25, at 8 p.m. In the evening literature. Shoemaker, Debbie Charlene Woodfinj Francis, experience. < ., *
of this assembly will The SRC was begun in February Marian Douglas
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Mona Crawford, have you seen any Woman's Club. Admission to the concert la free.
Schmidt tenors-
our students for their flying saucers lately??!II I The concert will conalst'of' selections 1983 and presented its first performance Carol Mllner, Cana David Shoemaker; ; The public la invited to attend.
achievements.Our from .both the sacred and, July 14 in the Br.dford..Jligb Denny George ,

Honor Roll students and "Tor Newest addition to Jay Rogers and
nadoes of the Month" will be honoredat Bryan Padgetts vocabulary is
this time. Also, part of the pro "Spots. Ask them about it, It could
gram will provide the clubs,organizations -' catch onllKeith !! Five Council I Members Mayor Elected in Raiford I
and other activities (band, ,
athletics,etc.) and opportunity to pre Wyrick has been receiving ;'
anonymous letters from a secret ad like I own business. I want to grateful to everyone who snpportedme.
sent special awards to students The council will welcome one new run my
any About 88 151 of the' 174
mirer. Who could it be?? percent or make it a better place to live. I'm ."
whom the council wishes to honor. __ member on board,Tracy Jordan who
registered voters In the town of votedin
of Raiford
.... to the people of When the citizens
grateful
This will be time In which carried 66 votes. really
a special
Raiford turned out Tuesday to cast..
Yearbook Sale.... on Raiford and all the others who have these five councilmembers and
the activities at BUS can recognize The other council candidates were: .
their votes in the race for the position1of
voted 101
also
their memebers, or others, In front of The 1984 yearbooks are now on and the five council seats Darlene Singletary with 34 votes, supported me. Mayor Griffis,they yes
the entire BHS community, aalell!! The cost Is f 15 and Mrs.WandaPrevail mayor mayoralrace ; William Warren Paulk with 32 votes i just appreciate the people who to 36 no in a referendum that will
J.D. Griffis carried the "
the extra votes they did, change the term of the coun-
school finance officer, will Timothy Dixon with 28 votes and gave me all
with 126 votes. Frank '
be taking orders In the area of the attendance Shearer" Belle Caudell with 26 votes. commented Councilmember Finley."I cilmembers from two years to four
And the winners .. Griffis' opponent received 24 votes;, the vote of con
are. counter. Bring your money The UnCoil County Time spoke to really appreciate years.
Congratulations to the selected winners and come prepared.Homecoming Kathryn Alvarez retained her cousincil some of the newly elected officials on fidence/' said CouncilmemberDobbs. Town Clerk Carol Murrhee said the
of the elections for class seat with 116 votes cast In her Tuesday night. "I love the town of "I hope I never let the public behind the referendum was to
princess!! Who are: junior Marcia Towels... favor. Ramona Sweat carried 112 Raiford and I appreciate the con down." I'm very happy about the situation. reason reduce the frequency of elections so
watterson sophomore Deanna Want hand towel with Homecoming votes to retain her seat. Incumbent fidence everyone put in me," said "I Raiford taxpayers would not have to
Tomlinson and freshmen Nannette. 83 stenciled on It? Willie Finley got 109 votes and inctun-t Mayor J.D. Griffis. "I will do my best Councilmember Alvarez said, for so many elections.. ,
Conway. The Junior Class Is selling white bent Michael Dobbs carried 107. not to let them down. I'll run Raiford was overwhelmed and I'm deeply pay
towels with red lettering for*3 each. t
A special congratulations to: Lan Devi one and wave it at the Blue t
Ann Johns, Selina Cassels, Michelle at the Homecoming game. t
Stillwell, Lisa Bell and Angela Then you'll still have the towel to use
Folsom, who were the winners of the afterward. It's one purchase that Post 56 Honors Veterans
homecoming queen court elections!! won't be :useless after the big CITY FISH & --z;
One of these girls will be the proud weekend. n' J
recipient of a crown and queen's title The annual Veteran's Day(Nov.1:0: a wreath at the flag pole by each. _
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which will be announced at Tornado FFA'er of the Week... breakfast hosted by American Legion I Cooks for the breakfast are Judge ,MEAT
Whirl Thurs.,Oct.20.Good Luck to all Vicki Thomas if the president of the Post 56 to honor comrades who have George Pierce (Col. Ret.) Bill ,
of you!IIStudents! Senior FFA Chapter at BHS. served In the Armed Forces of the Vfilson( and Bob Adams.wssar .
The daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Doyle country, both fallen and living is Mt
are the Key..... Thomas, owners 'of Thomas Auto Friday, Nov Jl. ., 't u..Lliir .1 THB BRADFORD
The Key Club Is sponsoring a Parts of Starke, Vicki is a 1963 state : .
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taunted House for the Starke winner In horticulture demonstration.She A breakfast for veterans and theUy H a '. U "
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Elementary: Halloween carnival set is going to Kansas City, Missouri 'families is set from 7:30 a.m. to 9.30 p lf..dl %s'.thtt '- J
Oct. 29 at the fair grounds.Members Nov.5-lWo UM National FA Conven a m. at the Legion Hall on Edward* \35 W. Coll Strewf
of the club need to KO by and see Spon tion. Road. The public is invited. ,Phon K',. Sfark."Florida 32O91
964-5278, the Chamber of Commerc< ) v
office, for reservations.At FRESH GROUND
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I 10:30: a.m. the public is invited k Starke, FloridaSubscription
New Square Dancers Wanted gather at the Bradford County Cour I Hamburger
thouse for the ceremonial part of the Rates:

.The Strawberry Swingers are now :/learners class.Anyone who would like Veteran's Day activities. Post 56 I invites In-trade.area. : $10.00 per year
dancing every Thursday night to have some fun is invited to come all organizations the Brad/ore $5.5fshc( months <:
square area to participate in the program 9"9 '
at 8 at the Masonic Building at out and learn to square dance, says County ''
p.m.
Call and Orange Streets Starke. Rev.Norman Redding,the. club presi with their colors and uniform* ,Outside area: $1 1 per year in.
,
(if available) and with the placing of
dent. '
Tonight (Thursday, Oct. 20) anyone $6.00 six months
interested in)learning to square dance
Is Invited to attend a 7 p.m. class be- Club caller Jim Duncan, principalof .
ing formed and which will continue if Bradford High School, will also All Pork Sunnyland $
Interest Is shown bra teach the class. 1.79PI1a
enough I

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Bill Wilson Honored at UF'':-Vandy Game

It was BUI WUson Day at the VF __:
Gator-.VanderbllUootbaU Oct 8
game
'
,, with the.blue hats of .the Brevard
County Civilian Mmtery Advisory _
Council shining In the stadium. The
group was organized to provide harmonious -
relations between Patrick
Air Force Base and adjacent com-
T'1A
unities o around Cape Canaveral.
(Col. Ret.) Wilson is a former post
commander at .Patrick AFB. Plus.
.l r11tH Wilson and wife, Muriel, host the
*c group, some 100 strong, for a VF
weekend at the their home at Lawtey
each grid season. rou Mar Kor ulw iaa,emu sr iito s
This year the group learned of
Wilson's hospitalization with a leg
problem, which still causes the
Chamber of Commerce director to
t? ,, ; limp slightly, and said It was too
a r
a } much for the Wilson to host a party.
So, they set up festivities in Who in the World is Bill Wilson?
Gainesville and Ocala and made Jt
Bill Wilson Day. Chamber Director Bill Wilson and wife. Muriel.were honored at a Bill
There was a luncheon at the Wilson Day recently at a UF football weekend.
''J.Wayne'Reltz' Student Union at UF Paraphernalia given them Included the hats Bill and Muriel are wearing
,with and the picture signed by members of the Brevard
'. r.14i. the Wilsons as honorees.. County Civilian-Military
s.% Advisory Council. _
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Pine Cone Shipment About to Leave Lawtev...

James Waters and son Jimmy, ready their truck to, the! sleeping for two days when he returns to Florida. '
hip the 1.100 bushels of pine Cone to Alexandria La., Jimmy Ie a former truck broker for Carl Miles,formerly' Texgas rl .V
Jimmy Water left with the load Sunday night Oct 16, from Union County, where he served as deputy sheriff, .
I on the 800-plus mile trip. and now a produce broker UVInIn Pasadena,Calif. GOL I G 'iJ@flJ "
Jimmy routinely makes the S.OOO-mUe round trip to There's still nothing to compare with returning home
California to haul produce, staying awake three day to Bradford County. ,says the 41-year-old Water 4

An 4wIED Company
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I James; Waters ,SaysBradford ::I BEFORE OLD Texgas \


165 S.W. 4th Avenue Lake Butler MAN
I Pine Cones Are The .
Best OPEN 8-5 Monday Friday WINTER

Know there the best pine" mass firm claims; Waters says, that.his forked end. It"is necessary to climb 496-2220, STRIKES-
comes from How about Bradford pine cones from Bradford County the tall pine trees to accomplish this.
County I ILawtey'a yield the most seed and are the best ..' r
James Waters swear that can be found anywhere In the This year some 1,100 bushels of
that's what timber company. officials U.S. Slash pine cones are shipped by
claim. Each year, about the first week in Waters. This year, IFSC, found It TANK '
Waters Is iii shipper of pine cones to October the local Slash pine cones necessary to also hire Waters to haul FREE
International Forest Seed Co. of Birmingham ripen and the stage is set for them to the pine cones to Alexandria, La.
Ala. The pine cones are be gathered for shipping. ,Each box of cones Is labled by the INSTALLATIONS
shipped to Alexandria, La. where Waters pays $3.50 per bushel The year. Upon arrival IFSC employees
they are heated, dried out, and the tight pine cones must be knocked mark the boxes that come from Brad- r
pine mass or seeds are"extracted.The from.the tree with a long:! pole with a ford County Waters says. ..

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'freezer was In the came category with .- .. .1'; ". ';''\' Want
band Instruments the board authorized :I .,, 407 W. Madison 964-8182. More Satisfied '
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meaning they were second priority ..1,r rr
items being purchased. before some \ .(Behind Starke Paint Center)
top riorttY itema.Mrs. Customers
,: Morgan questioned by board -
member Judy Decker,said the walk- -- "- '
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la cooler was the top Item her new -
b get,4 Out was .deleted. Both Mrs. 5 T : .. ., .. .. .. ..
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.'Supt. Casey said there s money,in I fYomlilltwof tM"IR,, l'I.f W.,'1IM1 1p1"m RrYiv' "WJJ.J a7edrsY..l11, .abnAH.! 7j,I: 'lid Jr.'
the capital outlay portion of 'the IMPORTED SPRING BACK 'N.DTf ice::.
.operating budget to buy the freezers. LEAF
Casey hedged by WICKER
known until the Oct. FTEItstudenbeCount BASKETS RACK2'500 -
,
If the budget will be over or OF
under the amount budgeted.or what
:monies are available. $5.99 I'f -. ..,..,. .'. } rs
.,"We haven't numberone aft t >"': "
picked put the ', ,
items," said Reg. '7.1' 'f }
Chairman Hall, expressing : :- -
concern the board is spen- -- : PUBLICHEARING
Goo Selection ,
ding money on furniture. and letting SKILL ... '
food go bad, Florescent 4
\ POWER
.v In other Oct. 1? action, .the school '
Lamps ..
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board: TOOLS ,

-.Told mothers from the SR-16 and Assorted. Sizes on sale

CR-229 blem gates,with to Intersection work Operations out a bus at.Directorhard pickup the prison Leo pro Speed-o.MaUc, Air CondlUonfng .' Notice is hereby given that the 'City of: Hemp

Register. tlot Heaters Water ALTERS ,ton City Commission will hold the first of two

'W.Told'mothers Orangewood Apartments from across from the public; hearings to address the City of Hampton's -

.\;South sidewalks lde and Elementary a crossing School will built thai participation in the Florida Small Cities

with City of Starke assistance to allow
the children( to cross In one place. Community Development Block Grant
Board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson
'said be has been working on the problem (CDBG) Program. The purpose of this, first
with city officials.He asked the
mothers to see that their children go hearing; to ((1)) make available to the public
to school and at
a group cross one
}place. Captain DX information concerning the range of.activities


I ITHU ,.4 Can Eat ,For$ 6 which may' be undertaken under the CDBG

program, ((2) inform citizens about' the

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L. _.;..____ ___ _--r-.rr---- funding cycle, and ((3) obtain the' views
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on community development
oAY.October: T I4oif far 1'A.b
a c sd Mw for 51.50.
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TORNADO WHlIIL A and/fin corwdna Hli.a.] i '
'. J;/: 7r2: P.M.//Jtf"U, I '='j::1..M.hpy?+w.'Bona rr.d.pr. i :; needs of the City of Hampton.

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J;q';' Amwy-MiSO by SHSJROTCtwctaialwcoMU I \* 1'., :50. =_2I = H 1 public hearing on. -

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: located in
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wi TNs'o goodforI Wrh and M.s to; X:
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{i i. .$1 50. 'AfLMand/.._. Eon.k..IMIHZ j : t i:ytCity Hall. Citizens are encouraged to attend'
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,.; / (Gentleladies Were PraasewrthyAs
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Perhaps
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Protect Wetlands "Not "
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Remember "Miw Amelia" flay 4) AA .
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1984 .will be the "Year of the Tschinkel, secretary of the Department You'd have'to'be well up In the Senior ,
,
Wetlands" in'' the Florida ,Citizen rank of Starke to do that.;But if .
Legislature of Environmental '
Regulation, points'out you were fortunate enough to remember '
says Jon Mills, chairman of the House that what complicates DER efforts her\yif one .thing's for lure: You'd never 1 ."

Natural Resources Committee and where wetlands are concerned, and. "orle'V} ; ; : ?
recently chosen for the coveted and "Miss Amelia"wrote ""society"t for The''. { .
powerful position of Speaker of the what ties her legal staff into knots Is the Telegraph for more years than anyone still '\ .

House In 187. simple matter of defining the' agency's 'around can remember, retiring a .short' '
in while before the published its .
jurisdiction such cases. paper 75th **
Time was when the general belief was Anniversary Issue In 1954.

that "a swamp is a swamp is a swamp." Three major problems concern her Ten years previous to that date, in the e.e .
But that is no longer true, with Florida Issue Jo
next Sept. 15,1944 ,Mary wife .
and her No. 1 legislative priority
,facing the threat of an 8,000,000 increaseof of a young soldier stationed at Camp Blan-
population by 1990 and already facing year is to get them i fixed. In the matterof dine in World War II days, Interviewed .
,. defining a wetland, the state used a "Miss Amelia"and wrote her Impressionsof
insufficient water resources, in some .
vegetation index drawn up in 1974 when this "southern gentlewoman' for The
areas to take care of the people we
,
from
'Telegraph. Undoubtedly Mary Jo a
"a swamp was a swamp was a swamp. $ .
already have. fast-paced northern city, had never met
Very little was known- then abouiFlorida's anyone quite like,Miss Ray, one of two .
the that has
One of brought
problems inland wetland maiden-lady sisters who lived In a quaint
system,
about this crisis is that up to now, it has especially the type found in North two-utory Victorian house that still stands '
been the common belief that state en- on North Church Street.
Florida. With such legally indefinite .
vironmental agencies, such as DNR and definitions DER's Of her visit that afternoon In early fall, j'
DER had the authority and the jurisdiction over four: decades ago, Mary Jo wrote: A \ trt
vast areas of wetland is constantly tied
necessary legal standing to protect our in courts. The eyes of four generations looked out ,
water resources from exploitation and up from the gilded frames of the Ray family + :'. ;
ultimate destruction. But now, we find portraits, looked down with approval on ''.'il'.:" .
DER is also handicapped because, the fragile figure of Miss Amelia Ray sit
this is not the case. Local communities, .
ting In her prim Victorian parlor, rockingwith
even when it does have clear jurisdiction -
such as Bradford, that have been depen- tranquil rhythm in a straight backed
ding on the state for protection, are now it can look only at water quality chair a fancy crocheted antimacassar in ,: t ', l' I'w '
being told, "Don't depend on them" parameters, and cannot use wildlife back of her high-held head. '

the agencies, that is.It's habitat or the health of a larger Her eyes, dreamy and dark as a Florida w
ecosystem as reasons not to permit a night, were wide-set In a face with the .
good we found out when we did, development. translucent look of Dresden china. She _"A. ", -
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and not the hard way, like some com- .- wore a fine, white lawn frock sprigged
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munities that went along living a for with forget-me:-note. A cameo brooch .
this is the
"fool's paradise" and found out, when Tschinkel feels that year caught the soft folds of her collar and s . .
the state to come up with legislation toprotect secured It high at the throat. The gracefully
the cards were down, that those highly !Miss Amelia Ray
wetlands from exploitation.r'With tapered fingers of her sensitive hands
touted agencies were'limited in weir the federal government uncertainty were clasped lightly In her lap. .
jurisdiction and could not provide the homes after dark to attend prayermeeting Miss Amelia was well acquainted with all
and continued pressure on Amelia Ray spoke quietly and firmly. perhaps..they; ,clutched their full the good and bad traits of Starke families,
necessary protection., can't afford to "But, my dear what could you possibly skirts '
wetlands systems, we up Immodestly high In one hand she manipulates her conversation adroitly
Those who have been interested local- wait another year," she warns. find to write about me? There's nothing at and In the other they carried an oil-burning in order to avoid the bad and build up the
ly in protecting the area's air, water, all to tell. We're just an old Starke family lantern to avoid the deeper puddles In the good in those she talks about.
that came here more than half a hundred narrow, muddy street. This was before the
and other resources have been Although biologists and ecologistshave years -ago. We've been here everslnce..always day of street lights and cement walks. Miss Ray directed a great deal of time
frustrated during their efforts for the will be, I dare say." and energy toward work In the First
long been aware of the true valueof "Fancy Work vs Typing"In MethodistChurch where,she has been an
past ten or more to obtain the
Praises
years Sister"Of
swamps and other wetlands, this active member for as long as she cm
necessary local mining ordinances knowledge has only recently made its course, there's my sister Olive..but those to day.most embroider'young bedspreads ladieswerecontent and recall serving as treasurer of the WSCS
because of a popular misconception on into the awareness of the public everyone knows about her..taught school follow in work for 22 years and as a Sunday School
puzzling designs the
way
the part of some officials that "we have and its representatives in Tallahassee for 35 years and most of the people in town quilts that would become the piece'show-off teacher for countless seasons.

nothing to worry about the state will were her pupils once..more than 2,200 of pieces in their dowries. But not Miss A character clue might be found in Mist
take care of us."Don't them. She taught your editor how to read Amelia. She courageously defied convention Amelia's love of poetry with its ethereal
Without wetlands, it would' cost tax- and write, mind you..but she's tired ...even to borrowing one of those newfangled beauty and make-believe, and also in her
depend on it, says Don payers millions to perform the servicesthe now.not; well this afternoon, or she could typewriters from a neighbor-the choice of an author Walt Whitman,a self-
Morgan, director of the Suwannee River swamps now perform for free, suchas give you a real story... first "writing machine" she'd ever seen. willed man who was not afraid to escape
Water Management District. And 'apparently and water "But"W. I never did anything to write Later she "went off to business college in from the stereotyped and the usual in his
he is right.In cleaning purifying supJ i about,c hild." Jacksonville" and became a legalaecretary..her writing. And still another character duels
plies, flood control, water' storage career for many years. her choice of a favorite[ poem which,
recent public hearings notablyone climate control, and providing food andhabitat And so it was that Miss Amelia and her forgetting .without hesitation, she named as "0 Cap-
visitor smlssed the idea of producing a Not her early yen to write,she "
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at Keystone Heights concerning a for wildlife and nurseries and '" tain! a tribute to 'Abraham"tinctln
"yam"' and rocked and chatted It droWSYc, ,became a correspondent for Th. I j
matter of concern on Lake Geneva> : feedlngjn-punds: for fish. We have learned 'afte away just getting acquainted, ......_...I,.,Tlgraph in W yk ;Wa> dAya9tt\tl- .is)<>-J|I e r apa...' surprising the Confederacy cholcjfor i J
l. {
and in other Interviews' Victoria'** from experience the dangers of\. And cquaJnted tbeydldr wsent items to the Florida Time Union.. J it.MJU.Amelia. had a ndndol

destroying wetlands, such as the Miss Ray came with her family to Starkeas Interested in People her own. 'I IAgreed..the

Kissimmee River and the Everglades, a yqung woman Just graduated from Her work with these papers helped keep headlines of her life would

.Can Courts Have Dignity and the astronomical cost of trying to had Griffin specialized Female In College literature near and Atlanta.what was She, her in touch with the community, although never make page one. Instead, she has accomplished

restore them to a useful purpose. at that time, the gentle art of writing. she seldom was seen,"around town". It much, much more. For she
was said that although they had no has learned to live quietly, with dignity
There were only scattered homes along telephone she and her.sister somehow and the
joy, life of a true Southern
"In Drag" ??? What would Florida be without water Walnut Street then, and on those Infrequent kept abreast of the goings and comingsand gentlewoman..an achievement of note..a

for drinking, water for fishing, water occasions when ladles left theirFormer other activities of the town. Although glamorous and praiseworthy. end In itself 1

for skiing, swimming boating and innumerable i I i

If you're summoned for jury duty you other uses! Most Floridians

receive instructions to "dress ap- already recognize the vital part that Democrat Delegates on Board .

propriately" and "casual" wear, is not water plays in Florida's image as a Y .

considered appropriate.For water-oriented state. Most Floridians Public Invited Meet Askew When Train
men this believe in that image and support it. ,to Stopspointed

They need now to understand the con-
coat and tie
means 3.1
and the
nection between that image
and for women, Florida Governor Reubin Andrews Cecelia Terwillegar Muriel
dress or pantssuit.No wetlands that made it possible. Askew" now a' candidate for the. Gilhooly, and Frank Dorman.
a Democratic nomination for President in sYi
ifs, ands, or the 1984 campaign,. will be aboard the All Askew supporters In the area are In-
buts. This is it. If "A-Train"when it pulls into Waldo shortly vited to meet the train and hear their can-
you appear Know ,A Better Sound? .after 10 a.m. Friday., Oct. 21,> to board didate make one of flrstvpublic
coatless ( thatis delegates for the State Democratic Convention -, speeches of his current campaign.I
men, in Hollywood Fla., Oct,21,22,23.
;
_
) you may be sent Let's Hear It!. 'The Bradford 'County delegation', which

home 'someone The A' (for..Askew'Train:! )' will'pick up Is 80 percent. pledged to Askew with 20 per-

will scurry around j.. .... delegates at all Amtrak stops between cent "uncommitted"' Is composed of two
and try to find a ... -.N Miss Tuesday night's performance of Jacksonville and Fort Lauderdale.Six automatic delegates, E.L. Matthews,
the Starke Repertory 'Chorale and county committee chairman: ; and Desta
coat and tie for
you .t4,4 12 Bradford County convention Dyal, Committeewoman 'five
of the
er you've missed a great chance ,to hear ;;;
in the depths' of a delegates will be boarding the train at this elected delegates,Terence M.Brown Jim-
courthouse closet. some of the, best singing anywhere time: E.L. Matthews; county chairman; mie L. Scott Cecelia TerwUtegar Guy Andrews -

around, and the talent. comes. from right Desta Dyal,State Committeewoman; Guv ,, and L.C. McCutchen; anc: ,five, pWofe'siry delegates: C.E and Carol Osteen,
Such rules and +, here. Bernard J. McFadden Frank Dorman,
regulations of and Muriel Gilhooly.
dress have been in The group has a versatile repetoire of ) \ .
effect from "timeimmemorable" music, unlike any other in our area. in (Zotiffnty'Add.Value '\ Highlight of the convention"\will be Sunday -
Organized by Don Hardy with the idea'' : Bradford morning's straw ballot on presidential
with the preference, with Askew expected to carry
of providing the-community I
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and are designed,' \. e' ,\\ his home state by a substantial margin.
presumably, to .: music of a type we wouldn't otherwisehave Trees Can your'yard, Next look i rspeeccial 'in on" Predicted runner-up will be former Vice. i

uphold the dignity of the court just as available the repertory choralewas To Your,j"iew Home your sketch. flowering President Walter Mandate and astronaut I
formed in ana its or colorful trees such as dogwoods, SenatorJohn" ,
February
Glenn art
gave : both of whom
the judge wears a long, black robe. inaugural performance July 14. Do ydu i plan to build a home In'the near redbuds magnolias or red maples. It Is making strong bids for the Florida I
to
future,You should give some thought
; sometimes helpful to mark the trees with Democratic
in the
Party's nod
But favorable
to that i
highly- Almost half the 14-member. group, landscaping your home ite with trees. plastic If straw balloting which has. no'' official j I
nptIncourt a male defendant hold degrees in music. All are very Tree/can: increase the value of a home' you have the luxury of time, ifwould be significance. -

at his own trial talented musicians. The compiled sing-, by thousands of dollars, provide a savings different walk over the property during j'
wearing below shoulder-length hair, eye totals In heating and cooling costs by shading seasons of the boom This will help Over 2,50Cclele tes are registered t to attend
makeup, be-jeweled bracelet, and ing experience some 250Years., and turn ian average. home into a you spot trees that at different the convention, where; Important
Hardy thought for years about showplece'J I times of the year to exhibit fall colors. Issues in the state and national platforms
designer jeans? This was the court '
apparel will be debated. "
chosen by Shane Kennedy one of organizing such a group of,experienced In a wcent'study. Dr. Brian R. Payne, It is also Important iOok for trees that ,
the three defendants in the A ledorf singers to whom music is second environmental researcher,with the U.s. need to be taken out.Trees that are diseased 'Among the featured speakers will be
murdercase in Gainesville. nature, people who do not have to worry Forest Service, found that the presence of decayed: or in the path of construction: Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, who will
trees around a house Increases the value of should be removed before' the home'labuilt. be introduced
fundamentals of but by masterofceremonies
Court rules and regulations about singing can the property An increase as much as Be sure to mark trees that should. Hamilton Jordan, former chief of staff to
apparently "
concentrate completely. on. the',sound 20% was found. This converts to a$3,000 to come out on the sketch too. President
about JimmY' Carter.. Theme.of the
nothing what defendant
say witness a 'produced. t7ooo jump in the selling price. He advises You may wtib'to leave clumps or rows of' ,Saturday. banquet will be.''The South Is
or a must wear to help uphold. If you've heard a better sound, it must, that leaving the right trees on a construct: trees and native vegetation to screen out! eKer."' -' '. '. '
the ,In this day and ".. tlon site are) easier and 1 leas costly: than objectionable views or to provide IMuJaI -..
permissiveness This Don hand- < '
LCT age of where would the 'have been good Hardy. transplanting trees later. Trees that are ,! against,wind,weather,,and noise./, 'FHdaV night's banquet Witt be ibibrt hi
line be drawn? If a at 'picked group Is great| left in lilacs i will be. larger. and better to three,i tefdlng Democratic
man can !
appear locating the trees
want to
adapted a particular site you save provides Florida, Maurice tguBuffr BW
his trial la court practically "in drag"without Don't miss the group's second performance r ":: the homeoww with the information'needed ,Frederick'Orlando-7 Ferre 1 OoAxjW.
:
;even a judicial reprimand, in history, set for a p.nuTues-: -,, Whenftrytag to decide which trees to. to deal with, the construction eon-; I II Jacksonville, FeatunJd =I rHl be.
what is the limit? day, Oct, 25,. to the Starke Woman's leave on a with site it a is sketch bent to of walk the over boundary YiJUl'property I i tractor. It is also the first step In protecting ;Mayor Dianne Felnatata ..

This Ia"rl for witnesses or defendants Club. They're' .tn'repeat Shenandoah ; lines. Begin by Identifying large trees that, trees base during for construction future and Is an excellent host city: to the 1964 Demottratfe! .. NH tpnal. ;
plea beginning "
Iandsc4p: *
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to be forced to in formal arranged by James Erb and Love. will play a major.-ole,In appearance" of' Ing plans,. {>,.' : Cowemic! ,V i'
appear '
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attire. But in this day of relaxing rulesin tion Songs Are Jack More Kunz.Beautiful l. ,a composk .. _C2 __ ','. 'residential' 'hopSuJs i. AI Pir. :1 ter,

every aspect of what used to be called by --.., ,w;Mondale. and JqJu\Oillll''iDbe vytog lori
"our culture" what's really Where else can you get a free eveningof '....-= .!tuhipprt fat,the.straw ballot atoi*,with
wrong -
.
;parKapw ;seven! oOnr > mti 'tlia 'seven
about letting jurors appear, on a hot day entertainment of this calibre .Donation 75' :'r' j ;:Deraoccat aspirants: to the asitlon'*Mcfhest
in a neat but cool, short- used to buy'music; areaccepted,- .. : .N ..mcet' I't' ,
August? As for ladies' short- but not required. Nobody need- miss this ,, >, 1 ';\ :, :: I ';;:.:'-':' -.S;'Sef.atorl.swtori.: ct.uM WUL .

Af snorts end halter bras -well, let that be because, of a ticket. '' J V. ; '; s sa = : 4''' Saturday-'mo &m"... .
this fli4t'oilfYBe \ .... t..om.tmsrains' Preys; ,:Se'nt tts say th f. triiga .q0s.y.'Ban'' 'bj.4ad "Qst'from obGraA/lmin.: '" o.
for the to decide: and }
a question judge if he Come out support '
rivers and : 'lakes Into the 'ttmotphtr by whirlwind ,The ggi hitch, ,Agriculture ''Doyle"eo.r dIer,

;,e.,tllirllf.,'... "', "- ,.. .,there Y .early. Seats. are Umit.n end when" the wind. .It% t,,, ,they.drop to"the. ..rtlr III' full-fl.dg rf "frot.. will cabinet also officers participate. and 10 Florid.vartous* COIIfraamell ewer. .

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<1'\,' Upcoming Cynthia McCallum



Social. Side Of The N.ewt' .x.f"> ,.: W. Starling

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964-7608
Mr. and Mrs. L. Newman
4 To Saturday, Sept. 17 at 1 ., Cyn-
Celebrate 50th this WhItehead cCallum: and Harold

!r :..,'. ,', Wedding AnniversaryThe Wayne Starling were united In marriage
J by Rev. at the
":" '.. Church
children of Mr. and Mrs. Loll First ,Christian Lake
; !, .... Butler. '
.: ':' a i"'l\WrltdtirYi, Ytlt your Newmans request at the pleasure of The bride Is the daughter of Sheriff
,, company a reception honoring
Jfl'ar.! "i 1j<"<;':"iliooj:. ;.'c 1<' the 50th wedding anniversary of their and Mrs. John H. Whitehead of Lake

.' ..n' "" .:, '. parents Sunday,Oct.23,from 2:30: un- Butler. The bridegroom is the son of
'trT Ill 4:30: p.m. at their parents home In .., ..... Nathan Qrnl.;Brown Starke. and Yvonne MacDanlel p/Starkly., .
Mr.and Mrs.Harold Starling
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Hostesses for the reception will be "
V Mr. and Mrs.'Charles Newmans, Mr. : ; : : ':

J hhGa'mblW e ,. and Mrs.Mrs.Kenneth Don Newman Ellxson ,and Mr.Mrs.and Celebration Time.. '': ;:/,I'a';; ; : ,:;

dr '* l. I Dorothy Taylor.Key.tone ", -., .'," IH.


:/ d Sept. :3 To Host Heights Jaycees Kelli Jo Dyal Celebrates ;16thMr .'

,
j : ',' Haunted HouseThe and Mrs. Charles M. Schmitt huge brandy snifter,.filled with,Jelly
1 ', : honored their daughter,Kelli Jo Dyal, beans. On the wall behind the gift
f' .' f Keystone Heights Jaycees will with a birthday party Friday, Oct. 14. table hung baby pictures of Kelli

.. 1.' r .,' ..,. ;. House Friday and Saturday. Oct. 21 the "Sweet Sixteen" theme with rain- evening which ended with slumber
and 22 bow streamers and Sweet Sixteen party, with 47 of her friends.
,,:' "', at 8 p.m. .
.
',' ",, <\.' ." .; 'r The Haunted House will be locatedon balloons hanging at points of Interest. On Saturday night (Oct. 15), Kelli
Four Commercial Circle: Hwy. 100 Behind the refreshment table hung a 'enjoyed a chill supper with all her
The ColumM.
:
: Harvey, Louisiana banner with Sweet Sixteen inscribedon
Keystone Heights. Admission will be family members including her aunts
'' ,'was the for the c
.' of Tamila setting marsriage $1 at the door.Children under S will be it and flanked on either side with and uncles: from out of town:Mr. and
A. Brown of Gretna; balloons and streamers.The Mrs.
La. admitted free of charge. Donald Kerce of Palatka; Mr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adro and Mrs. George Smith of
:' Brown;former residents of Starke, to refreshment table was covered
Gainesville
I 1 John W Gamble of Purvis,Mississip-\ \ Sidewalk Book Sale with a rainbow-striped cloth: and children of;St.Robert Fulgham and
Augustine Mr. and
j.pi. The 8:30: p.m. ceremony was performed Wednesday Oct. 26 centered with a birthday cake. Hot- Mrs. Mike Howard and children; and
by Judge Trauth. dogs,chips and Cokes were served.
her
0Terry' The gift table was centered with a grandmother, Mrs. Sarah.
'
The Bradford County Public Fulgham of Starke.,
LeBlanc served as Library Sidewalk Book Sale is set for
ushers were Ellis Ernest,trend of Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 9 a.m. Teressa Bassett Celebrates 11th
the groom, and Johnny Brown, Hardback and paperback books will
brother of the bride. Andy Brown, be on sale with no item priced more
o' nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. than $1. There will also be a large Mr..and Mrs. Sam Bassett enterwere received on the fireplace ledge
Miss number of National Geographies: for tamped their daughter Teressa. Friwhich decorated with Tornado
KimberlY Solze of Starke ,
was e4- sale at day, Oct. 14 In honor of birthcushion
maid of honor.She wore a long maize W 25 cents each. her.Uth and red and grey pom-poms.
colored gown that was sleeveless witha The Library is still accepting donation day. The refreshment table was
ruffled neckline of poly taffeta with for the sale. Please bring your The party was carried out In the decorated with red streamers and
cummerbund. She carried, a. tear-, unwanted books to the Public "Tornado Football" theme. On the bows and centered with a cake
Library, 105 East Jackson Street. decorated with footballs, helmets,
shaped silk bouquet of roses which coffee table was placed a football
.' matched the gown. ,Mr.and Mrs.John W.Gamble Your support is much appreciated, and cheerleader on one end and cheerleaders, flanked with a
says Librarian Arnold Weeks. anon Hallmark
Bridal attendants were Miss Linda the other end a football helmet cheerleader.:
.III JI Murray and Miss Dawn Harvey.They lace and she carried a tear-shaped Ricky: Ellington;: Mr.and Mrs.Robert' and Mrs.the Carolyn Public Library Eaves' will Girl have Scouts a and red and grey pom-poms. ,family Fifteen of Teressa's refreshments friends and
enjoyed with her
s3 ," > were attired similar to the honor attendant bouquet of shrimp colored roses. Brady; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powers Halloween party for young trick or Red streamers were hung at points and rounded out the with
evening a
Jy % '1' and carried the of interest in the Gifts
'
same type room.
and children; Mr. and Mrs. James party
treaters on Tuesday.Oct.25,from 4 to slumber
A catered party.
to a reception was also held at
.c i flowers. Color theme for the Griffis and daughter; Mr. and Mrs 5
The Four Columns. p.m.at the Library.All children bet
ceremony was rainbow colors Dean Brown and children; Mrs. ween the of 4-11 Invited to at-
11 e, maize,sweet pea,lilac and baby blue. Following the a wedding trip to Laura Messer; Mr. and Mrs. William, tend. Prizes ages will be awarded are for the Reference Books Dedicated In Honor of Former Teacher
is in
.. C' Lisa Ann Brown,was flower girl. Mississippi, couple residing and
st< 7 :" Gretna,,La, Brown; Mrs. Selma Ellington "I<, best costumes. Come and enjoy an
lD n. Given In marriage by her father son Mrs. Paulette Davison and hour of fun and treats.
,
''D "the bride wore chantilly lace over taffeta The bride Is employed by Thomco children; Bobby Alvarez, Roy Wells,' Bradford High School: art students Johnnie Thomas,former social studies teacher,who passed away last spring, I
'S Y silk gown of multi-layered and Insurance. Co. and the groom is Frankie Wood,Jean and Ann Alvarez'r' have been busy drawing many of the was remembered by the faculty and staff of Bradford High School: as a
01 Ie tiered chantllly' lace with a : employed by Hess Oil Co. Arlene Clemons,Kim Solze,Mrs.peii.Smith !. old homes on walnut Street. For the dedicated teacher and a person keenly interested in black history. .
scoop Of the 125 guests attending, those and Mrs.Judy Hanson. At a recent faculty meeting, his widow, Mrs. Ruby Thomas,was introducedand :
neckline. Her long sleeves of sheer from next several weeks, their art work
Starke included
Mrs. Leona Also Mr. and Mrs- she accepted in Johnnie's honor, a three-volumn set of a
attending were will be Documentary
chantllly lace complemented a long on display at the Public
a t ; Brown, grandmother of the bride: Bill Bishop and daughter,Cindy; and., Come and History Negro People in the United State
1.1 I, ruffled chantilly lace chapel train. Arch Ellington' and wife Mr. and Library. by view these artistic
; two nieces of the groom, Andrea and The reference books were presented by the faculty and staff as a memorial to
,
The floor renditions of Starke's historic
veil was length chantlllyDltf .
r Mrs. Harlis Ellington; Mr. and Mrs. April. past, : Weeks. Johnnia Thomas and will remain as a part of the reference section of the Brad-
encourages
e .. You Know.., ford, High Media Center. _
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s Mr. and Mrs. Mark'Trlmpey and ShowersBrenda -
3 son of Tampa visited her parents,Mr. l
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- -,... ''sand;' Mrs. W.S. Haas, over" the t NT.

I UUIuJtfiiul //werkend. _._._. ... Kay Preva" 'J I _
... .... .. .... ..... ...... ; 'Dana Dyal l"'.1'I t, ,, J 1I.r' t'Wa,}n-"l .p- .. :; "IW'< ..lrtgl'i1'; sao4a<;sJ13J 1 f anohntt
'v. d. ; ( pored Shower .
,011I,.. ....'II be S T ftll y 1..i"ti .. "f it oL..L.'IJI ; lhi.....;...- d 01 0', U.11, f}' 17 .b.IU i\1r:2.: (;Il1':
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CinJRCif OF' Miss Brenda Kay Prevail, bride- : \ "
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'422 N. St Clair 964.5...' elect of David Alvarez, was honoredat Bride-elect Dana Dyal of BrookerJ '
1 .<. a miscellaneous: bridal, shower whose marriage to Clayton Scaff of ,1" '<
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: Walter f. Uontz Pastor :
S t"l by Elaine Ceilings, Rhonda Worthington Springs will be an event PUBLIC'I
e We Invite you to worship with us.AttiwM Crawford. Carol Flynn, Gwen Biggs of Oct. 22, was honored at a : ,

Y X NwtMiySmrftySckeol and Karen CalC)'. miscellaneous: bridal shower Oct. 10,
11 i '.' .. . . .. 11 eras A theme of yellow and white was us- given by Mrs. Mary Glssy,Geraldine ,
. . . .
it I" IMnfegWwiMr. 11 slaW ed throughout the party room. Corsages Lewis, Vicki McKinney, Melba "
,I ) ...tervfcs . .. . ..spa were presented to the honoree Johnson, Dorothy Salazar and Adele ,: HEARING
Mmasy"utII . ... 7:30.. her mother Mrs. Kay Starling, aa;; Mitchell, at the home of the latter in ,
the groom's Green Acres.
I mother, .Mrs. Ann
Alvarez. Approximately 40 persons were In-
-. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Several games were played by the vited to attend during the party hours.
Refreshments served in the Notice is hereby given that the Bradford
Hwy 18 W, 4 WfUon 964-S971 25 guests attending with winners were
Florida which decorated
presenting the gifts to the honoree. room' : was
i Pastor George Watson and) Games were followed by the honoree with fall colors. County Board of County Commissioners will
The Congregation Invites You to opening her many lovely gifts the

.J Come and Worship With Us last of which was a silver tea service, Did You Know...........
.Ui.1 ac...... .. . . .. IS AMMamlM given by the hostesses.Refreshments hold the first of two public hearings to address
5 JaI WenMa... . .. . . 11 AME served Mr. and Mrs. Hit Joiner of
--1 '*rigatt .. ... . .. .. .TPUVMMttyWnN close of the were at the Shalimar visited his sister and Bradford County's in the Florida
.* .. . ._ 7:10 PM evening. brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. participation
l _, Haas, for three days last week. '
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with>snack I first hearing is to (1) make available to the

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This coupon good leas of the Colonel's public range ac-
Extra
Original Recipe or Crispy' ,.and a biscuit

t Coupon for only It good,'fl,only Limit lor ono combination coupon/ per whin/da custom./ I tivities which may be undertaken under the

orders. Customer pay*'ill applicable I sales' tax.I .
"Offer Expire 103083L$1.19 I CDBG program, (2) inform citizens about,the


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Ia : OUPOJI ,Thl.coupon good only. at K.nluaMy tivities under the Fiscal Year '1983 'CDBG pro-
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combination white/dark order, Custu* ....r pay*' The first public hearing will beheld on; Tuesday -,
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THISCOUPON $4.791jtntn Commissioners' Meeting Room located in .


coupon good only at Kentucky e ad 1 t r the Bradford County Courthouse. CitizenS"are:
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rQC : ; : -- First t3aptiat'msdoregtris'if .' e r J" "" -"""DwPont"Retirees Dinner '---

; Held Nov. 12
UV To be
Angela McCarthy Wins Beauty Pageant I) '.J. i1, : ": First
I ft ". Reverend 8en Bryant tecentfy 1j kan his eleventh year.a pastor of the
; rr't t I. Baptist Church of Starke .'eartie Starke In June of 1973. Former DuPont'ersThe -

Angela Mae McCarthy, age avk. won the 1982 Baby Girl Sunshine 'N Surf Jlctog, :' ':L"d: /:' \" the First Baptfet. Church"b** expressed, Its appreciation to their pastor by annual this 25-year on November club dinner will
trip be held year 12 at
Pageant held Oct. 2 in Gainesville. ---- giving him and his wife,Dorothy a ... '"
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Maid
""-theStarketJolf 'IJUntrY'Clul1.
Sponsored by her uncle Donald Packham of Starke she received a crown 'iotheHoll Landf ThWwIll leave foU- will out.this month
Letter go ex-
trophy, banner and her fees palo Rev. Alvarez Honored ]I Holy Reverend Land on Bryant November was 1.born In Flljsgerald. plaining the reason for the'change of
to the 1983 National beheld
pageant to :
1 I Ga. 11ft ;f IS a graduate dpte.bid', ..U ,
With F ; ,
I at the Sheraton Twin Towersin : Birthday. Party : : I .' ,
Orlando Nov. 26, In which she r'': "t r WUllara Carey ; Iege,,:,HsttNesburgt YOiiMr. KndWi.fo.\.i.! It
a+?' BA and TM Newrt
will be competing. Pastor Roman Alvarax was Mis with a degree
honored with a surprise birthday Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary .and Mrs. Herbert Thomas were
Angela won first runner-up Oct. party (' with the ThM. degree. His other
In Palatka
given by members of Pine Level ...,.. Thursday visiting her
S in Little Miss Alachua in I astoraU* include the Rocky.. brother Bill Halle and Mrs. HaiToand
Alachua Count She was Baptist Church following evening ser- Fl. 'the Big .
and
"' spon' Y : I f-' Baptist Church Marianna, 'Mr. Mrs.Arthur Nichols. '1
vices ,
Oct. S. :
,' ) cored by Carl Hurst Shell Station on Wednesday LeveE Baptist, urch. Wiggins, Miss. ,
,, :" .,. .. '; '''f! of Starke and in the Sweetheart decorated The refreshment with white lace-trimmed tablewas '4t''Y, "r and tide.OJivet Baptist Church; Milton/', '

,1' l'.' :..? ..... ."" :, r. : Pageant by in Keystone Starke she Heights was sponsored Judo tablecloth, accented a with an arrangement 4 7rfpty' ,"'j c.{ Fla.Rev Bryant has been active In r1j :N'OW""

.... .. .... Club. In both contests she/ received of blue silk flowers. The gift V ,k.; several Southern Baptist Associations 2 'SALE 1
table was covered ,with a. blue 'r', '
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a trophy. tablecloth "41( : I and the Florida Baptist Convention. r
.. ( '. has served as Moderator,of the Santa f HAIRCUTS !
r "t In The Sweetheart Pageant The top layer of the large birthdaycake "'" Rosa 'Association and the New River PRECISION '
.i '" which was held in Keystone, she was In the form of an open Bible '! Association. He has served as President ';:MensR g. .M2" NOW"*6*.*, /
tied for second runner-up and with an appropriate verse of scripturefor of Assoclatlonal Moderators of the State of Florida twice President of the
:' third in the River the occasion. A variety"'o( ) ssWomens '15 NOW i7"
I City Pageant, Miss Sunshine In homemade cakes were also made by the Education Committee of the Florida Baptist Convention to the Michigan and
%'flIT" April. She also received a trophy the ladies of the church.Approximately I DESIGNER PERMS IMensReg.35 j
,' Illinois Crusades and assigned to the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist I
200
ta people were
; for her
showing. present
r Convention to crusades in Pusan and Korea.
Taejon
w d .).,fi\: In December, 1982, Angela won for the occasion. I' Rev. and Mrs. Bryant reside with their family the church pastorlum on NOW17"i i'
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.\ .. second runner-up in the North Walnut Street. iwomens Reg. 40 Now 20 i=
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'\/ lI! Hemisphere pageant held at the :
r gs, I: t 1, Ramada Inn in Jacksonville. She Club News, .
received a 5 ft. trophy and Hope Baptist Homecoming Set for Oct. 30 I * ,* I
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n wooden plaque. '.I!
BC Home Economist ,'I'".,''" Hope Baptist Church, located 8 miles south of'Starke on' Hwy. '100, will 1
is the of 'I
Angela daughter observe homecoming on Sunday. Oct. 30 i
Wayne and Mable McCarthy oft Speaks to Homemakers* Services will begin with Sunday school at 10 a.m. I .i
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;" Keystone Heights. She is the Club MeetingThe Rev. Dale Bradley' pastor of Fellowship<< Baptist Church. Anderson, S.C., a i i
f granddaughter of Harvey and former member, will bring the message during the 11 a.m.: morning worship i c i
Dot McCarthy, Mack and Ann Bradford County Homemakers service.Specials in music are planned,along with special awards to be given to : I
Jones, and great granddaughter' Club met Thursday, Oct. 13, at the the member/past member who travels the farthest distance to attend
Angela Mae McCarthy of Mrs. Maude Mott,all of Starke. Agriculture Building In Starke. years.homecoming and,to the. member. who has been a member the longest number of r ,I


economist Diane for Douglas Bradford, new County home, was vice A ,basket at approximately lunch will be enjoyed. on the grounds after. the morning worship ser f 1
1pm.A
in interesting charge of demonstration the program and for gave an gospel sing, featuring the Weeks Family from the local area, and Lonnie I I
holders. She makingstar Broome and others from Hope Baptist Church will complete the homecoming \
pot passed out In-
.activities. The sing will begin at 2 .m, There will be service.
BIRTHSTimothy % structions little material.to the members,along witha The church invites everyone to be p with them on this no special night day. This year * * I

Maternal grandparents are Harley marks the 107th anniversary of the founding of Hope Baptist Church. I We're 1 1I :
L. (Johnny) and Betty N. Hazen, Deer attended the meeting and displayed a I
Springs, Keystone Heights. Great pretty blue and white ''Granny Making Waves ,
grandparents are OJ. Ossie) and Square" bedspread she crocheted. Bradford County I !
Douglas Brown Evelyn Norman of Lawtey. Paternal Margaret Lewis attended the meeting News. E COUPON GOOD FOR i
Senior Citizens ...
grandparents are Everett and Mary as a prospective new member. Did You Know..........
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Brown of Padgett of Starke. At the close of the meeting, LIMITED TIME ONLY j jI
Gainesville announce the birth of a refreshments were served by Rosa All senior citizens are Invited to the 'WITH LIZ 1
son Timothy Douglas, born Sept. 22 Lee Moore and Lois Cox. Methodist Fellowship Hall at noon on Suwannee River Conservation I.
In Gainesville. Lauren Elizabeth Mullins The next regular meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 27 for the regularsenior's District held their regular meetingOct. Closed SundaysNUVAVES 1
Maternal grandparents are Johanna Nov. 10, and the workshops will be covered dish luncheon.The 17 at 7 p.m. Following the
Weiler of Oneida, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Mullins of Ft. Oct. 27 and Nov. 17. Everyone Is Invited special program will be a film business meeting, those attendingmet 1
Robert Stevenson of Jacksonville. Pierce announce the birth of a to attend both meetings, presentation by Ms. B.J. Gibson, at the Western Steer Steak House f
Maternal great grandparents are daughter, Lauren Elizabeth, born regardless of sex, religion,race or national Community Education Specialist of for presentation of a plaque to Jim I 964-8431 504 W. Coll St.

Delmar and Johanna Haughn of Oct. 12.Paternal. origin the UpJohn Company. Faulkner who served 12 years on the l t?."...,.hO'....STARKE..........,....................'1.
Franklin, N.C.Paternal ) grandparents are Dr. and board before,retiring recently.
grandparents are Mrs. R.S. Mullins of Starke. .
Margaret McCrea of Marco Island,
Fla. and Carl Brown of Melrose Fla.
Paternal great grandparents are Bell Justin Nil tlardenbrook
Brown and the late Wilmer Brown of
Starke and Thelma and Carl Thomasof Mr.and Mrs. Mark E. Hardenbrookof
Starke. Starke announce the birth of a son,
Justin Neil, born Oct. 16 in Gainevllle.
Jordanne llalley Padgett He Joins a sister, Cara Kay, 3Vi years

Greg and Julie Padgett of Lawtey old.Maternal grandparent lit Mrs. ,
announce the birth of a daughter,Jor- Helen Henley of Starke. ,
danne Halley, born Oct. 10 in Alachua Paternal grandparents are Mr. and -:
f General Hospital. She joins two Mrs. Donald Hardenbrook of Starke. .
sisters, Catherine Raye, age 5Va and Paternal great grandmother is Mrs.Nelson -

Brandyn Lauren, 3,'%..... ,_ Green, also of Starker ,
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Bradford-Union Board of Realtors,
Paul and Pam Wheeler; Mr. and and Cecelia Terwlllegar, Director,at-
Mrs. Fred Wheeler, Sr.and Mrs. Myrtle tended the 67th Annual Convention of
Baumgarten spent the weekend the Florida Association of RealtorsOct.
traveling through the mountains of 13 and 14 at the Marriott in Tampa 'T
North Carolina seeing the sights. Fla. !

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t ICT Sport.Idltor BIIS quarterback Robert Carver
Bradford and Clay High gr1 driers, will also have his problems with Devil
both with 2-3 records will dash this noseman Paul Loner. 5'9,170 pounds.
Friday'night beginning at 8 p.m. to He,likes to get into the backfield and I
climax a' week of homecoming likes to get to the quarterback; according -
festivities at BBS. the Clay scouting report.

Tle_ game will. be a District 8, Class
'M duel. ,"It's 'going to be tough for u*. It's
"We are going to have to play our going to be a full time Job stopping the
best to make homecoming a happy BUS running game," commentedMitchell.
,one, at'' BUS." said Head Tornado .
Coach David Hurse of the upcoming Linebackers for the Devils are Don-
,Blue Devil game. nie Martin 5'9,170 pounds and Larry
The Tornado defense will have to Dixon S'lO 185 poundst Both read
contend with the throwing and running plays well and are good hitters. ,according -
of Devil quarterback David to the report.Cornerbacks .
Johnson as well as the catching by his '
brother tight end Marc Johnson. on the Devil' defense
"Two of our best are David 'are Alan Keller and Rod, Thomas.
and Marc Johnson. Marc is David's Thomas Is .S'lO. 160 pounds and Is
favorite throwing target" com- quick likes to hit and reads the pass
.,mented Head Clay High Coach David well, according to the report.
.Mitchell. Anchoring the offensive line for
Clay is senior center Paul Loper, 59,
170 pounds He is strong and quick, ,
Game Facts according to the report.


,-' Stadium Site and Friday Date, Oct:Bradford: 21, 8 pm.High dy Guards Jordan are both Randy seniors.Carter Both and weigh Ran- Tony Davis ((33)) ,Ret blocking from Frank Long, ((3)), Billy It eh burg ((64)), Danny Manning ((51)).

1 (BHS Homecoming) 170 pounds are good hitters and quick.
,; Season RecordsBoth teams are 2-3 Full back Allan Keller 511 180
District I. Class 2A Records:BHS pound* Is one of the team leaders. He
1-1. Clay 1-0 Is fast and has good moves. TailbackKen
II Last Mee&lngl1r18,BHS," won handily White S'S, 140 pounds Is small, Tornadoes: Roll 28-7 Over Host Union TigersBy
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I The kicking game slants towards tothe Larry Oglesby V: Biggest threat of the Tigers was the! Tyson tore through the Tiger Tigers another first down at the BHS
David Johnson has started at the? Tornadoes with the talents of Rick leT Sport Cdlter, ,ff McClenton-Jackson passing attack. defense for runs of 7, 13,9, 12,9, 5, and 49 yard line. Then a McClenton pass,
quarterback spot since the ninth Braswell on kick offs and John David The two totalled 134 yards in the air. 3 along with a 24 yard run by Russell was intercepted by Davis and BHS
grade. He Is a junior now. Francis on punts and field goals. With second and third stringers Union was held to only 40 yards on the 1 to move the ball to the Tiger and took over and started another scoring
BUS workhorse Oliver Tyson will Braswell Is averaging about 50 yards playing the entire second hal, Bradford -; ground. line. Tyson went over left guar fort drive. '
face the toughest defensive tackles or per kick. Francis hasn't missed extra Tornadoes rolled 28-7 over a McClenton hit 15 of 22 passes' but the two yard plunge and first Tyson did most of the running, but
'. ,his short two game career this point attempt this season and is hapless Union team last Friday night'', ,gave up two Interceptions. touchdown of the game The Francis Robert Bellamy added 13 yards to the
season. Tyson out the first three averaging almost 40 yards per punt. in Lake Butler. '14 For the second game in a row Brad kick was good and! BHS went in front drive that ended in a touchdown.
games because of knee injuries has The Tornadoes scored all 28 pointsIn ford did not even but 7-0. Tyson took it the last five yards and
stabilized the BUS attack made for it with 300 yarn the Alan Jones returned the BHS again, the Francis kick and
running in "If It is going to be a close game the first half and the Bradford) up Tiger was good
the two),straight wins against St. BUS will probably win because of the Staff, substituted in the sew ground kick for 27 yards to the 30 yard line BHS was in front 14-0 five seconds Into
''I 21-7 and Union 28-7.. specialty teams, noted Mitchell.' Coach. Itj, ,PlayByPlayTornado BHS kicker Rick Braswell put the ball the second period. I
J"'Delenslve' tackles for Clay are Unlike BHS, Clay throws the ball Fullback Oliver Tyson ran the bait' work horse Tyson went behind the five yard line or in the end- Bradford held the Tigers for one
Frankle Tillman,S'll, 193 pounds and quite bit. About 20 times a game,according 10 times in the first possession of they right to work after BUS recieved the .zone on all kicks.
Gene Hicks, S'9< 240 pounds. 'Their to Mitchell.,"We do throw a 'game for 56 yards along with a 24 k opening kick. Jones on an 11-yard run gave the (See BIIS RollS..P.9A)
two,defensive tackles, are oing to slot probably more than we should" yard sprint by Brad Russell for the 80 i
give us fits Friday... night/ commented Green Cove has dropped games to 'yard scoring drive. 'Tyson took the,
Hurse.Hicks lotPiereatiing and Mld- ball for the last two yards and the '
will be lined up against Don- Episcopal of touchdown.John David Francis' kick WILLIAMSL.P.
nie Thornton and Tillman will line up Jacksonville and Hawthorne. Bradford was good and the Tornadoes went In k (
against Jamie Whitehead. Thorntonand has dropped game to Macclenny, front 7.0.Second.
Whitehead were recognized by Keystone and Jasper and has beat St. BUS score was a five yard GAS
the Gaintivlllt Sun by honorable Augustine and Union since it's open plunge by Tyson after an interception .
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mention for their performances, date. by Davis. That
Tony score came one
t'f, play into the second period. Zo SeNou9h is Now Open for
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Robert Bellamy just before the first Auto And '
of the WeekDefensive half ended. All extra point kick,attempts Family Owned & Operated
by Francis were goodThis T
was the first time the two '
'. Linemen:Cralg Falstreau and Billy Rehbar,. Both played teams have meet, since 1953 'when Insurance OPEN Monday -
: fine rushing game against Union High Friday night. Rehburg was responsible Bradford won 344.'The win boost the I' JOY M. THORNTON Saturday
,for a fumble recovery to stop a Union drive at the,IS yard line-- hopes of BUS being in the district 8, I f.* Sales Representative
class 2A run off. Starts A 8006'DO 496-3725
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I Offensive UnemantToramy Johnson.Johnson the BUS center plays The lone Union touchdown was in 473-7846 -
some defensive tackle. the fourth quarter on a 24 yard ((904))
touchdown pass from Sammy Mc-
'':Defensive'BackErle Lane. Lane made an interception and. a fumble Clenton to Timmy Jackson after a 48 Metropolitan! We
strive to fast
",}recovery, both at important times of the ball game. yard drive by the Tigers. give you ,, friendly service and
I The second straight win for the Tornadoes METHMUUIIUUI IT 180.bteHealinAuto'HohwRetirement good prices. We solicit customers who
I'",Offensive Back:OU el' Tyson.Tyson was the lead rusher for Bradford for puts them at 2-3 and drops the t own
/ -.the second game ins row.Against Union Tyson rolled up 125 yards in 18 carries Tigers to a winless 04. 'their own tanks. We also sell & furnish
for an average of 6.9 yards,per run.Tyson did not play In the Metropolitan.
of the game.'Specialty Property andLtabihtylnSCo. Tanks and Cylinders
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A week with three wins, one tie and one JUST FORWQfVIEN. If .I'
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\ and won.The Mitey-Mites won W,Jr. :? .'* Mrs. David HOdges, ',,'
Pee-Wee won 28-0 and the Pee Wees ;
won : 270. The Jr. Midgets lost to '
:,;vCallahan 204) and the Midgets) tied. QUESTION: j
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gained 500. The defense only allowed eurur.aorrFF"A This ,low t cost Insurance '
four Lake Butler first downs duringthe Viw From CQS flO (KEItMFST. BUFFET. )
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Bradford's' leading" rushers were and. too, I II Ine)( nslve. At '

Lance Wiggins 180 yards,Gale Hamp ,airports for ,example; you, Put yourself on'top of the morning with a delicious all-you-can-eat breakfast
ton 158 yards Chuck Morrow 99 yards' 1 dre buying coverage for the I' I'1;, buffet from Captain D's.We're serving scratch biscuits with white gravy,sausage, 6

and Craig Jim Frountfelter Long with 19 made yards.the only particular, :flight you :are bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns; grits, topped with fresh"baked '

fumble recovery of the day. taking, and for just a few I muf tips/ and:' ) fresh tr.UIt.AII you,can eat for one: low price, :

The defense had three quarterbacksacks day. Some clubs offer 'low '
by Quinton Ford Scott Mosley 'D's
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made the only Interception of i the pdw..MVAC....0.... ) ;,, These! :rare! ;''definiterestrictions } ) ':' 6:00: a great little seafood place,
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*.IiLake Jr. P Butler e-Wees .24 0. to Interviews you won't see .n.ed' morepermonenfl ,_ 1. ._1 'CLIP.THISCOW'ON, _, _
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The win puts the Jr Pee-Wees In, ; Information. business.'
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Reserved Parking Available For $1.... .\;<'I.f'; a broke win over a three M game burg losing streak night.with ,, woin the, p:si;>.t aatehlS-a+?"*6Mlddtebuki

The Bradford High Quarterback Club will be offering tilparking at The girls are at Tuesday this then' dropped the last two matches
I the homecoming game against Clay High this Friday night for j season and according to Coach Ines < 1508 and 1. ,,
Parking spaces will be sold until they run out. Parking will be around the Diggs"we plan on winning the rest of Good serves by Pat SIClaD"AlIIha
BHS tennis courts and will be patrolled during the entire g/une. the games. Long, Vonda Kay Hall, and Latuba
i : Before! the game Tuesday, the clris, Llndaey helped boost' BHS! against'
I lost two games to Santa Fe and In-' JWIddleburg! ; V !._ /,; '_
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from Sharon Manning.They all really
lost 15-0 and 13-8. BHS won the
Peggy Thomas of Starke was this week's winner of the Ttltgraph football first match against< Santa Fe 15-4 then did well," says Diggs.: ,.
contest last week. loot 15-12 andlS-4. Next action for the team is Monday,
i Thomas was the only contestant to miss only six.Five people missed seven "Monday,It seemed like everything! ',Oct. 26 at Clay High Schoo: $starring at
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Alabama, and Baltimore-Seattle games. Hunters have less than two weeks to apply to the Game ana Fresb:Wate!{ I
Fish Commission's Tallahassee office for their nine r lay quota!hunt permits.
Rec. Dept. Hosting Halloween Party.... The deadline for applications is Friday Oct.21. ,. I
The permits are now being Issued on a first-come, first-served basis The
The Starke Recreation Department will be sponsoring a Halloween party permits are required for hunting on most wildlife management areas during
at the Pratt St. Center. :! the first nine days of the general gun season M rljf.. .' .
The party Is for youngsters K-8. It will be Thursday, Oct. 17, starting. at Quota hunt applications and Instruction sheets are available from all county
S:15 and lasting to 4:30.: tax collectors and their sub-agents.such as hunting and sporting goods
There will be prizes for the best costumes and there will also be games and stores.

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Fall Tennis Tourney Set.... ;i It was a fair week for Bradford High's girls volleyball team with two The deer dog toughening season, which began. Oct. 1 will end Thursday,
Starke Recreation Department plans to hold its 2nd Annual Fall,Tennis losses and one win. Monday the girls lost to Santa Fe and Interlachen In Oct. 30. '
Tournament the weekend of November 1820. Alachua then came back, Tuesday to beat Middleburg a( home. Hunters must possess a hunting: license when training or toughening dogs
Included will be the mens singles and doubles and womens singles and The weeks play puts Bradford at 7-4 so far this season. Next match will be and firearms and bows are prohibited during this toughening Is
doubles. I Monday at Clay High School then Tuesday against Palatka at home at S not allowed on wildlife management areas unless it=cally authorized
There will also be a youth division In the tournament If enough younger. p.m.. so hunters should check the regulations on the .area
players register. i hunt maps.
Schedules will be available on Monday November 14.Entry fee will be$5 .,' ", .
for singles and $10 for doubles. : -.en
Players will provide their own balls. Trophies will be awarded to first and 3 BIG DAYS
second place In each division. -
Games will be played at the Pratt St. Center and the BHS tennis courts. Thursday.Friday, Saturday '
Anyone interested should sign up at the Old Armory before Nov. 18. EAGLE l
The recreation department is open from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 ,,'
p.m. to 5:30. !
Registration fee and entry must be In by the deadline to be eligible for the
draw. For more information call 964-672 or 964942. ,

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Outfitters Joe's Taxidermy to sponsor contest....

A'Big Buck'contest will be sponsored by the Outfitters and Joe's Taxidermy '
this hunting season. :< :J $
The winner with the largest racked buck will get a free mount. Hunters :

should register at the Outfitters in Starke. ,. .
If you get a large racked buck, freeze the bead anndtrecor Outfitters
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794 DISCOUNT PRICE $ DlSCOIJNf patcgr
PAK's karate classes\ are being held In Starke on Tuesday and Thursday 'WESTERN SHOTS Mews wesTEait unsays

eveningl.Classes are from 7 p.m to 9 p.m.at the Old Armory on U8-301aCl'Ollll i from '. "I Ag'Or.'t" : : : : ; : 'LOm d''
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Bradford's. five crosss country run- Boys Win 4-Way Mee$j... ,
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won afternoon a quad, Oct.meet 18. at home Tuesday was second with'38 points. 'ave, 3-.7% save, J."Q5i,, ', i 1 ,,, .
Santa Fe was third with 41, and
Junior Eddie Tennant led BHS in
Baldwin was fourth with 93 points. Oy.YOURCHOICEWAS
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Calvin Thomas 22:22. nant was third overall in 17:09, C, C
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acT Mltor. noted 1Iur e. '" had B b llllfolt'entll'Vegame High placed fifth in a \Invitational 27th overall In 1428. Junior Karen Oct. li, IS point over Baldwin
,'. sr.rI! The kicking game is still shining for of the year, with' 74 yards in Deland among teams Klmutla was 32nd over-all In 14:44. 41, and Santa Fe and Eastside with no
Bradford's running. attack proved the Tornadoes with the kicking of rushing In two carries, including a SO J from all 'over Florida last weekenf, Junior Linda DeWitt was 39th over-all team scores.
too much for the Union handle Rick BrasweU and ',punter-fleldgoal :yard touchdown run. ( the rc rushers, then won a quad meet on their home "UI,25.! : The BUS girls In dual, trI, and quad
last Tiger Jo : kicker John David Francis BrasweU were ErIc' Lane, with 87,'Robert course Tuesday, Oct. 18. ,DouM was 6th, Newberry 7th PKY meets are undefeated
roll d to Friday 3S< night Tornados put the ball Inside the five yard line on, Carver with 10 and Robert Bellamy' It was a good week's work with the 9th in the area meet Jax Episcopal,. In the big meets the girls have been
'Win 2S-T' 4| yards on"the ground to every kick during the game. Francis; ." girlspinning! extremely well, according one of the best teams In the state only second third or fifth moat meets.
.'BUS rallted'/rlt/ the'first.halt averaged on 23 yards on two punts 'Lake Butler has had it rough fbr to Coach George Loper, ran two girls but they went 1-2.Donna Cheryl Bogle place'(first hi again
Comfortable 28-0 for a' but previously averaged about 40. 'the last two yean.,1 admire them for The BHS girls placed fifth overall Combs who ran in the 10's down InDeland leading BUS with a 13.49; In the two
cond and third lead at halftune.So- Wet ,conditions could have inhibited.the 'sticking in there and playing U&h. In the Class 1A and 2A divisions of the in dry weather last year,won mile run.Carol Fussell was second in
entire second stringers played the punting game Francis,has,not 'They never QUit and I expect them to 10th annual Deland Invitational at the at 1147.: 14:01, Linda DeWitt was fourth in
half
.on the t team, allowing all players missed aq extra)point attempt this 'uv a formidable opponent next year' Deland airport Saturday Oct. 19. The meet put; the season 'at the 14-28: Michelle KlmuUs was fifth in
"I toplay. season.. commented Hurse of the Union team. BHS has 112 adjusted team points. hallway mark. The state meet Is Nov. 14:35: Koran Kimutis was sixth In
thought was pleased with the will and J Fullback Oliver Tyson only played ''I think Coach Cleve like and his' Junior Cheryl Bogle led the BHS 19 at Deland on the same course. 14:49, and Tammy.Mann was seventh
flu the offense piayedweU. in- in the first half, but still managed 129 staff have done a fine'job With 'the' girls with a time of 13.41: for 12th over- In 14:47.:
Head
"The defense did real well David against Hurse the in the!second half to get 78 yards In 10 noted! Hurse/ "I t ; .' Senior Carol Fussell was 20th over The BHS girls! cross,country! team' Coach. Loper says.

Union rush, but we did give up yar-
dage on the passing game.Yoq've got Y
to give a little somewhere" :

Bradford held Union to 40 yards on AMA C :s FAMILY DRUG STORE .
the ground while giving up 134 yards .
In the air. Tiger quarterback P
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McClenton zeroed in on Timmy .Ii-- Eckerd Gen'erics.
Jackson fat 115 of those yards. I ,
Tornados forced four' Union taro .
novels, two within the 9 yard line of t Hard to say.. Easy to save on

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Eric Lane had one on the three yard '
line. Both fumble recoveries stopped. A- ,. with Eckerd generics.
potential scores by the Tigers '. to ,
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mat BHS has not attempted a pass.
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third BHS touchdown of. the evening

.with 10:25. ,,minutes,left, In:the first
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The next Bradford score was set up 1 /

\ by a fumble recovery by Eric..Lane at PEPSI 'COLA,' EVEREADY

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Davis then broke loose aver right '

tackle for another 20 yards and a first L SUM a-muMmsifs NIMT BUTT.I-MCK.., 1.49
down at the 4i yard line/'Carver on 7f .
the second down' play broke for 10
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ritory at the 46 yard line.
After two back to back six yard
runs by Tyson -Benamy broke looseon 3 WOODEN e
a 31-yard pitch-out play for the last u BARSTOOL
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'Francis kick was good and BUS was .... ,..... CANDY BAKS
in front 28-0 with 11 seconds left In the BODY POWDER .B80Y 9 PACK OF 10

first, half COUNTESS or RHAPSODY 9g
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The Tigers drove to five'yard line of Shows! to Shower. ? -, Um/t/ $ l FUN-SIZE
BHS on passing by McClenton and umn 2 sl-INCN '
again a BHS fumble recovery,' thisone LONG-SLEEVE FOAM PLATES BIT'O-HONEY or
by Billy Rehburg( stopped, the SURFER'STSHIRT MCMSfSO OH HENRY CANDIES
Tiger drive at the 10 yard line., BUS held the ball on a drive anchored JOMHSOirSBAST' n... kiss L+ ..tM. MUW /
by the running of Davis before BABY. POVIDEil14ez. POWDER : 139 ...-
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line of Uie'TierI..01I( the first down' '--4 ',1. '_" back, a s leaves. SUNLINE
play +McClenton fumbled and Compare'to :r _- SWEETARTS l
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recovered It for a two yard gain..Second .: .
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Jackson for' 18 yards followed by .: ,,, J i LIVING LUNCHMA 9 Q

another pass for 13 yards to move the ", i '1lATihINE'>iaANlcS/ GLOVES COOLER .,

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Best Prices in Bradford County SHOP
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Liberty Skyline Commodore Catalina CARDS & GIFTS : : '

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24 Hour Snvtet Sanlct Cab ".
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131 N. Cherry. Street Starke, Florida ..,., To Save ,RESIDENTIAL < COMMERCIA'964 .
355 N. Mobile Horn Poles Starke
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402 N. Temple 964-6436 Starke ... 964-6973 'S.W;' 6t th Ave;: 'US, :301, South' Jet.SR 21 &::100"4963079' '-

TfPltUburg: 964-4&078& 473-4973 ,
Detroit at Washington at Seattle ; 'Miami at Baltimore, ,


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Building Contractor A Complete Building Service
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"Fen JonesJones F-- a> i'eral Hone'rst's Service

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24 Hour'Wrecker' Service

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Clyde Byron Warney Tom Bill 'Southern Caj.'Notre ,Dame -
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Gas-Oil-Food-Cigarettes- Beer-Video Games ,CHEV-OLDSr1/!

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Stumps Dept. Store ..TerwIBeflar nealtyLKursfs .

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Gators Den_._ ,..... She ,Service "A' .. c. ,
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BC?Staff I' s [it On one side,of the t.ynch's home..
A contagious hush tftifts'throtlghsthe paves their family.OOn PitJtenger -
crowd. The 'golfer takea, his. and b4s\ the other
stance, putter in hand. jOnc.e r eyes the cup, then hl*ball His putter I,I''' (family Uve, The golf course Is woven
4 4 strikes the ball. It's a birdie :on. fha, raong :' ;these* lovely landscaped ,
r" I, f, ninth hole. The thrill of victory Domes, meandering Its way through y .
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.E crowd cheers. He's just become,the. wooded section of the property, %,
winner of The Red Neck Open., f f "Initially we started out with Just ; ', '
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The Red Neck Open is played twice':'; 0ve holes said Bob. "But It didn't ,'4 '
lake long for i to to nine holes." ', ''t 4, d I
a year at the Sandy, Oaks, Country. ( grow '
Club In Lake Geneva. Sandy ,Oaks / I When you enter.Sandy Oaks, you
was a dream of Bob Lynch who with. v ire greeted by a small figurine of a f
the help of his wife Mickey; created,: golfer. It is a replica of the statue .+ k'r
designed, and constructed the nine.\ which greets-,golfers at ,the famous r ti ;
; hole golf course -in their backyard. pine Hunt Country Club. ;, ', j h s ,
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"We moved here from South1, i Each year new additions have been
Florida four years ago," Mickey ex made to liven up the course and make :
plains, "and the golf the. '.It r'' -,' '
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first thing to go in.1 Some people live bunkers (sand traps), put In a pond i4 ",
jon a lake, we live on a golf courser' .,.Complete with a bridge and gold fish, G4.
Bob and Mickey make their home ;, nd built up! the tees. This year _,..,.,... .
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p.m. In Lok. Bytlor.. I I '. ',., and magical world 'of e
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g/ts OI'"* wll4I tIeli team ... Clay Mondays; October 34 at : y | Hour t-S of the imagination where anything IsRosaiM
In Groan Cove Spring. -...'_' r' .' ...,.I.5p.m.Sun *. and both the comic, and
,a': P1r511 t"rSi"GSL'; ,;/,( ,.., A.1, H : .J I Drive. and dramatic momenta of human existence
University' of riorloa Less Country Moo will! be hoW on t ;" -A-I; ;if.i,,- are highlighted "The Hypnotist -
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The artist bend over his see some of those. old,original designs horns carved with designs became. "Korea,was wuch 'Uiorte* and the!
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It overhead light as he delicately carves As a graphics professor' at GUS, he officers and gentlemen Now peon, drawn," Worley remember'. "The
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rendered design.becomes clear a developed his own technique by KH- of intereat, ..\JIb\!! functioning as a team
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Melrose resident Phil 'Worley, a "When I was a just a kid growing up In Keystone Heights, II, .coulej ,sit It was a terrible mistake/'
graphics-industrial arts) teacher at' < In 'a small town In Kentucky named around and talk .abou'thllpld; (times A .student -of! military 'history-;
.K Gainesville High School has been turning Berea my parents had a Mom and with people all day if I got the chance, Worley's 'most prized possession.
out beautiful examples of an ancient Pop grocery store on the main strip Our history In, this country! ,.1"l lfascinating hangs on wall'ln his.Study: If is'a
artscrimshaw, or carving in.>1 and right next to it, there was an old and collecting objects* piece of a propeller from'a: World WariSpad"
bone, for over 19 years. '', fashioned blacksmith named B.B.' like,these is niinterestingwayi| -t.i I fighter plane, It came! front'
For Worley the art brings back 1m-. Short he was the genuine..Item,'* relive It7Worley. .. a squadron made up of French! pilots*
ages of a time long past, '"''Worley'says. "Right next to him was has. among his,Collection and American volunteers who fought,
"I think I'm'one of those people who ll old rUlemaker named Orville Cot- one unique, horr a long,,,- b ny.col. and sometimes1 died fighting In, a war'.
were born too late" Worley says witha vfee. Now Mr. Short didn't like kids ored horn taken 4rom a water:itaiffalo. America had yet*to enter,: 'L; ', '
chuckle as he shows a visitor his col. .too much but when he saw that my in Vietnam during the war.. : We'+can learn so'much i front the
lection of memorabilia and artifact .brother and I were going to-hang "A friend of mine brought me,this. past,'' hesays'rlt caw)be an-tnsptra-'
r' rtcfrpqiIi he has collected for years. "I seem to .around:all the time anyway, be gave one," said theartist. "I'd never worked ., lion-and''a'lesson hi human nature at
Y. have this affinity for that time period 1;"jU8;: some things to do." with a water buffalo horn before, the same time It's shame Uieyddh't
somewherebetween the American /'; '" -"That early training in metalwork or anything from that area of the emphasize history more' 'in .the
Revolution and the early 1960's. I've .
always had a fascination for military 'guns and other war memorabilia led from Vietnam. I don't know what it Is, Mr. Worley's next Bhow'wlll be1 in
items especially. That's what got ma !Worley an Air Force and Korean war I guess not many people want to' Melrose sometime In' November
interested in powderhoma." ,Veteran to his specialty.i remember that one," where once again,' history.buff, will
Worley's process begins when he rPowderhorns,. used by troops to Worley says after, talking to men line up to relive old tlmes.-tell war.
sands and polishes the horns many of '!'hold their gunpowder dry and handy from both conflicts; Korea and ,Vietnam stories and admire' the, .beautiful
which come from people interested in ',"for quick use, were originally Just a he Is convinced that the.two scrimshawed powderhorns. ; < ,
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IrF He then carves a wooden "plug" or "
end-cap out and fits its precisely to
the top end of the horn. Each plug is

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The decroative object is finished <, @ ''
: when Worley begins an art.started by ;: 1 107E West Edwards Rc
the old whalers as>they piled the
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:ipL "The old whalers used to have long t .. . ', -..c.., .
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would fill the time by chases carving and designson they > , .. '

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their privacy they have opened Sandy it. The greens are complete with official a -
Oaks only to their family and friends. poles and flags and Bob has
With another daughter. Kathy Town- constructed benches at each hole. A
send and her family living in path can be seen through the fairwaywhere SAVE 38 %!' .
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attests to. that between family hole 4 players can get a sip of cool "
friends and'grandcbildren the golfcourse water from the ladel and water faucet '

gets plenty of use. Bob installed there. Get A ,$ 1.50 'RebateSILICONE; .

'Tournaments are held throughoutthe the players follow the
year. Twice a year Bob and Alto as closely as possible, Bob SAVEs .
Mickey host the Red Neck Tournament said that it has become necessary to / =3.611
and each spring they open the make some additional rules to adapt II er
golf course to their friends in South the game to the rough terrain at San- '
Florida for the North/South Invita- ,dy Oaks. .

tional. Score cards especially designed It bas been a love of golf as well.a' Window d' Spring-Braced aCoto
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the winner goes a beautiful trophy. backyard into a golf course. "You SealantIn 10.69 VALUE-
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Mark hr e I Ii v r ( 1 t F {' E I ,
Frledlln of the facilities?'
different Michel explained. -
BCr Staff Writer .
ant to get In shape and in
L stay The examinations,which are an In-
.napeT tregal of the
part Comprehensive
Fitness The Bradford. located Center for Health and plan are given four times during the
at the Bradford year.
perfect in starke may have the The 'evaluation consists of
plan for you. of
measurements height; weight and
Opening 1U door officially for the
most Importantly a determination of
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time last Saturday, the newcenter' i.
body composition an analysis! which
format baa been designed tells the of fat and r
percentage body
With the latest advances In equipmentand much of It .Is being used and how 14glt r' i
physical conditioning In mind. much a person could afford to lose. in'
Center Director BerT Michel, a a healthy manner."
physical\ fitness buff himself,who has Michel and his staff use this these
a masters degree in physiology.. figures to arrive at two"averages",a
oversees a ff" five as they figure person should not ex
prepare their faculties for some of the cued and a lowthe figure the client should
many people who share his interest in stay within for the best combinationof
shaping up. fitness and health. -
The center was built in response to "The attraction of the plan Is that
the growing demand by people for a we can determine each client's needson
facility equi eng Just about every an individual basis"- Michel said.
type of eo The center even "Since everyone's body Is different
has a Jogging trail, constructed
right we feel
we can help a person maximize -
behind the hospital for runners look- their. potential best with this'
Mem a quiet place to Jog. system." _
at the center comes In Other parts of the evaluations done
the form of two different 'plan, as by Michel and 'his staff Include''

Michel explained, '": measurement on resting heart rate
blood pressure, lung capacity andtbelr'
"We have what we call a Recreational maximum oxygen Intake ,
plan and we have a more capacity: This into determine how efficiently -
thorough Comprehensive plan that Includes the lungs and heart are exchanging Nt
periodic medical examinations oxygen their primary tune, n Atiti
to determine the beet possible regimeof
exercises for the Individual tion.The staff also measures endurance
person," Michel explained. "The with an eye ,with
Recreational plan Is essentially a series of exercisesvuding running -
membership for a year with full..of situps bench presses on the
all the equipment and facilities in a Nautilus machine and flexing exercises
free form plan you can set as you like' for the back and legs.
according to your IndividualICheduIe ', The results of this battery of tests
," are fed into a computer specially pro- rT'i1w
grammed by Michael and his staff.
4 1 Some of the equipment the Director The results are used to set up the optimum
.refers to include 12 brand new exercise schedule for each in' _- '- _
Nautilus machines, six stationary dividual.Special diets will also be formulated
bicycles, a motorized treadmill and a for- individual patients by, Opening the New.Fitness: and Health Center... s
whirlpool machine All of these wouldbe staff members. .
available ,recreational. plan ; The cost of the programs are low.- Rep. Frank Williams cuts the ribbon Saturday morning, Oct. IS,officially Mrs. Anna Felos Rep. Williams, and Hospital Board Chairman AI Kay 3
members anytime- during the Just$220 per year for the recreational opening Bradford Hospital's new Center for Health and Fitness. Carlisle. |
center's hours 7 a.m. to 7 p.mon. plan and (200 per year for the Com- Official lr)in front are Hospital.Board Members Joseph Stephenson and S
weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. prehensive plan which Includes the

on Saturdays. medical eumlna GIUI.
"Staying In shape and in good '' I I
f"We hope this schedule will give health seems to be a primary concernto Florida Highway Patrol Announces License Appointments

this area plenty of leeway In many people these days. Michel,, 41
$when they will be ablate use said. "We're excited about the new Robert A. Butterworth, Executive., beginnnlng,'November 1, a voluntary ceasing. The appointment system has vice appointments was Implemented i
tlea during typical workweek center because we think it will be a Director of Highway Safety and: appointment system statewide. proved to be very convenient to the earlier this year in Duval County and 2
," Michel sail "Some people big service to. those people in this Motor Vehicles, has announced that:, Citizens requiring any type of service public and where used has almost proved so successful that the division=
have even mentioned coming In during the >Division of Driver Licenses la: at a driver license office will be eliminated long lines and waiting will now offer it at. all offices! I
the early morning hours for a. --- scheduled a time and date for pro-, periods. A pilot program for full ser. throughout the state. |
quick workout before they go to the of
fice. We want it to be available to' Wanta Get in Shape....?' ; ---...., -

anyone schedule.on" just about, any type of "I'never thought rd see program like this in Bradford County" said '

Rep. Frank Williams O-Crystal Lake who snipped a yellow ribbon Satur- :7 i' I I hV* )1 (T '

year The long Comprehensive study of the plan individual's involves a day Health morning and Fitness.Oct. IS, to officially open the Bradford Hospital Center for ,

physiology and a customized fitness Some 30 hospital board members and employees the hospital and Its
plan tuned to that person's particular parent company, the Santa Fe Health Care System (SFHCS), were present ,1
needs* for the official opening and open house. Early birds went down Friday night \
to try out the new physical fitness equipment,whirlpool, and exercise bikes,
'IWe're enthusiastic about this plan and to look at the new facility which includes dressing rooms and!.how ",-,
because it gives us a chance to and a half-mile Jogging trail. .'". *.
evaluate each person's-Aeedsy.deter- -*,I,,, .,:.Vlt( provides an incentive to do,things we ought to do bald Ed Peddle. i
mine exactly what theywant- to.ac*,> 'president of Santa Fe Health Care Systems Gainesville. tftj$ tft&iv : ,
411I" pllah in their wt/rgosiMt/ ; ,lNMr%, "" ,Fitaeesneeaaseet aJdtfpcoveir3>jfJHn| major health prob.I..w' > ","> ,
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prison officials described aa a sudden, tCrt2ouo isaJS1 easectbq, tjt ttwf >Center, in Gainesville five
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[, unprovoked" attack in 'The Rock', ; : ubation} adjudged a 'yeal'ifflrOo
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the main housing unit at Florida's,"T. .. ; ., \< ; wf :h;:.Hind} was told lay' the !
.., .... .. The body of..a 19-year-old male I "' would be
.-. -. largest prison, Dennard died of back DuVal.IVIan' '"Charged, .'IVjithlF :.' :release from the center con-
I found last'Friday near Macclenny wounds. < D : : 'sidered when she has paid (2,000 of
; was identified Tuesday morning as Assistant State Attorney' Harrier ; ,the 3725.50 she stole from Florida's
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: .f ,, Arthur "Art" Green. Tobin had asked, for the, death > Welfare System. >i, .1 Foul play Is suspected in Green's sentence for both men. Green ,com- ; 1C'Jackeourrihe-m.r1! stopped for In a similar case a2 year old Mary
: I'J" .",.' death but no further details were plied with a Jury ,l'eCOmmendat.1Qp'that f Speeding was arrested for possession Thompson Davis of 1W E.Lartwr St.,
,'I''I'I'''''JI ,.;1\." 2.<', 0)'.,.'to!''0 available according to.Investigator'Archie Bean's life be spared ,'' >f cannabis when UM trooper smelled Starke was sentenced toiftvt:years
T. Roberson of the ,marijuana. ).. : :
-'I ,: Baker Woods was serving 'a six-year < probation adjudged a convicted(
\. ", "; ;, .r, County Sheriff's Office ; sentence for a limo Hillsborough William ft/Armstrong. was ar- felon spend four Saturday.In:the
..' :.""" ';'t.T ,I'" ',t Green's body was found on SR-121 County burglary and arson conviction. rested Octobet,8.and.charged with Bradford County Jail .n4. repay
".''''-'r'S'.. -1,. ,/.....", .. '. .1> approximately four ,or five miles! Bean was sentenced 1981 to 30, 'possession of/Iess than 20 grams of ,Florida Welfare System the$$,02I she
... south of Macclenny by an older couple; years for armed,robbery,in.Broward ',,Cannabis and possession of drug stole between the dates of Novehmer
Who were picking up,cans in an illegal) County. paraphernaliai according" Trooper,1' 1980 and October. 1981, according to
dump site.Green )V. D.; Langstoru Investigator Wiley Clark. V". ,-: \
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Arrested
sister In Macclenny y, was rePorted); Woman ,by radar;, at 70 mph. when' stopped prosecuting other individuals for this
missing October 1, said Roberson. For Assault Mischief: Langston said he smelled marijuanaand same type of welfare fraud and.will
Green was a former resident of the Carol reeUwas'arrested'October asked Armstrong to get out of his encourage the court In every Instanceto
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Starke-Lawtey ,area, his grandparents Penis ; : par..Bond, sentence the defendant; to at least
Mrs. Martha Dorko and Mr. 17 and charged'with ag for that/charges was set at:', some JaU time: i1nJl11 paying restitution -
and Mrs. W. H. Green, still live .In grayated assault with a1' deadly!!' :$300. Armstrong was released"after will no longer{ ;be endorsed by the
Lawtey. weapon and criminal mischief iBccor-. he posted a: surety bond.! state attorney U.afreMrs this typeof
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ding ; .. situation may be getting.out of
Green threatened
a Inmate Draws DeathIn Lynn using alledgedly a motor vehicle and Cindy then State Cracking Down ,hand, said,Ctartr.t! : ( w.:;:. .. ',. .

UCI Guard's Death damaged a J>etsun. belonging to Bet On Welfare" Fraud'The : '' t.
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One state prison inmate was Bond for the charge was set at Bradford Office of the State At- ;StarkeA .
sentenced to death and another to life $2,000.Green was released on her own torney announces they are cracking"" Arrested In
in prison last Friday for the May* 5' recognizance down o 'welfare fraud cases, asking JackJlOnvW .was'f arrested 1 lit
stabbing death of Sgt.Steve Dennard,; r jail time in all cases,according '$tarke for, possession early Wednes
a correctional officer at.Union Correctional Bradford'Ma Arrested. Assistant",State AttorneY' day. T-" : j ,
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Ronald Woods, 19, showed :little In a recent case Annie D. Wilker- j:1: ;?* .
emotion as Circuit Judge R;A. Green Bradford County man' was ar- son,43 years old,white female of Rt. 1 'See Page \
handed down the death sentence rested October 12 for growing marijuana ',:'Bqx098rLa\: ; r.yeas! sentenced. to
before a courtroom packed with about on his property at (Santa Fe;.' ,
35 Department of Corrections Lake. ;,?, ,
employees from nearby prisons'V Richard Howard Float, 34, was''. f
Earlier, Green sentenced UCI"Inmate charged with manufacturing cannabis -(,,
Leonard Bean, 25, to,life for /, .according to Investigator/'
first-degree murder. >' David Adnrholt The sheriffs office PRICE
Woods and Bean also received 30 found eight plants growing on a vacant
Motorist Meet Metrics on Florida's Highways Soon... years for the attempted murder of lot and asked Float if they
New metric speed limit signs will appear soon. Posted.under standard another correctional officer, Mitchell belonged to him. Float said they were
mlles-per-hour" signs on Florida's highways, the new signs will be added Anderson, and 15 years each for for his own personal use,according to
gradually as a part of routine maintenance to the familiar mlles-per-hour. possession of weapons in prison. .". Aderholt.
signs.
Pictured here, sign technician Michael Graff applies final touches to the 88.Uometenperhour -- I
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Inmate serving time for a cocaine female In New York for several thou I "Not Delighted. Don't Pay"
charge and his son were ar- sand dollars. The 'hit-man' was to be
rested yesterday and charged with accompanied to New York and be Serving Bradford & Union County and surrounding area ,Gilbeys
shown the he to kill there
plotting two murders. person was
Lawtey Correctional Institution In- by Ferrazoli's son Gary of Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.. Gin 1T.750

mate Patsy Ferrazoli, 63, and his son Gainesville. Gary was Introduced to I (Licensed & Insured) ( l & Commercial: )) '
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Gary Ferrazoll of Gainesville were agent at the prison at Seagrawtilsr
charged with soliciting to commit that time and Ferrazoll agreed to 964-6931 I Is
murder when have Gary pay the undercover agent J
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arrested Wednesday' according to $300 in expense money when the agent L FREE Estimates 24 Hr; Service Satisfaction Guaranteed
Assistant State Attorney Thomas and Gary went to Gainesville and .1 7

Elwell .-to. ,, ,'Wbitley's office was shown Ux the i...............Maullr+m++r+fsy4.....s4ar. rK '+llr .*., 1lit tt.. YS sa,. 7sdrr al not IM + te
,.' 1I'b..first part of August.. 1983, then 4 I,undercover agent Whitley. was W be. 1.W visit .cme teq o cvr r iqrsti
Florida Department of Law Knfarcp- u..fint killed. t.twU<* f he': Jokl.nf.hlss' -g i. ps9 ara aa .. ,xeu fa,
.' ment (FDLF) at the request of the The undercover agent was paitf 1 9';
$300, shown the location of Whit fI'
Department of Correction initiated an ey's 'SfylfngCente; #1 ..
Investigation at Lawtey Correctional office by Gary and was told to re- ;zs+
Institution concerning an inmate contact the Ferrazoli's in a few days 442F VW Madison !,964-HAIR Starke
E wishing to hire an individual to kill an that the plan would not be finalize
I attorney and an unidentified female. until then. They did not want Whitley O,
The attorney, William Whitley of and the woman actually killed untdPatsy
Gainesville, a former assistant state Ferrazoli's appeal was com
r attorney, had represented the pleted. Ce "i
f Inmate's most recent ex-wife In tb.JThe. / Jim Prince
divorce proceedings. Ferrazoli 'The investigation was terminatedand Popov f'' -
the arrests were made when the '
blames his present incarceration on of '
I,, the attorney, according to Investigator ,state attorney determined it was tak- ,Vodka ,. Beam
Wiley Clark. ing an uncommon amount of time to 1N alCsSctitich,
FDLE Special Agent Bill Davis be resolved, said Clark. Authorities 1.75, Bourbon
felt it would be best to effect the Looking
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S A FDLE special agent acting as a'hitman' from Gainesville, Is serving 10 years : i-WnHA-r' : i :74.'
2 for trafficking in' cocaine. His 'Of
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Fred Floyd,'owner of Lake Butler's to the world competition by winning
Howard Auto Parts and' his dog another competition. "I wasn't going
Daredevil walked away with a to go at first says Fred but some
Shoulder-high trophy for third place friends of mine talked me Into It."
In the 36th Annual American Coon DevU and Fred hunted Monday
> Hunters Association (ACHS) World night, skipped Tuesday and then
Championship, held.recently In Van hunted Wednesday through Saturday.
I Wert Ohio. Three other Union County residents
Fred and "Devil"" competed went to the World Championship,
I, against 652' other dogs for nearly a Dave McKibben LevI West and Shot
week before placing third In the final Smith.Although none of them won the
competition' World competition, Levi West
There are different coon hunter's entered and won, the Ohio State
associations and this competition was Championship.Two .
it Q tilt l'tis 1 J ;; the national event for only one,ACHE, Union County dogs
+ ; d r .', 4d k ,',; 1 f's's r the largest division according to fled but didn't go to the World
.1 ,t rp ? Fred< black-and-tan
yi i Championship a own-
I ) r,,4: r'y 1+ .+, i W ," cYd" ,f ti The competition consists of a series ed by Bobby Crawford and a treeing
of"casts" where a wild raccoon Is in walker owned by Charlie Perry.
a tree and the dog who finds the tree Fred says the championship
first gets the best score, the next dog grueling with hunts continuing until
to "strike" the tree gets the second early morning. "The hunt itself dldn't
best score and so on. take all that long but there was a lot
There are no more than four dogs in of traveling Involved In getting to the
each cast so that confusion among hunt site.We had to travel as much.
them will be at a minimum. A dog 175 miles to get to the hunt site."
that goes off after other animals has "It tickled me to death when he
points taken away "It's easy to come won," says Fred "He'll get a lot of
back with a negative score," says rest now. It Just about ruined him."
f & 1 4y 1* Fred. But a dog has to win his cast to Fred says that since there are so
{ 2; : y stay in the competition. Devil woundup few hunts In the south, he had to go to
ja with 1700 points. .a competition in Baxely. Ga. to
r s 4 N Devil and Fred had to qualify to go qualify for the World Competition.
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'/Fred tfce en4! Daredevil went to Van Wert.Ohio for a whole week to compete In The dogs were graded Mth Animal American Coon Hunter Association World Championship groups of tour and the first dog "strike" the tree where the raccoon WM Chevette's Monlh'
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St.r.o, A/C'Tool C O D QBo 4 Door I" Model'
The government charged that Shan-; Moore was stopped CR-16 driv-;>, Remo 4888
from on Vincent In
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"X nahan had understated his taxable InCome Ing a 1961 Ford. .-/;; front of the vehicle which was in a
for the three years by approimately *-; Bond for the charge was set at$200.' private drive near CR-21 according ,
arrestedand
Lucy Lynn BrightweU was $ ,OOO resulting In an underpayment Moore' was released on his owtvi. to Trooper W.D. Langston. 75 77 Omega
charged with driving while Intox: by nearly For' recognizance: :",,! DivirgUio was taken by Clay County Caprice
Icated..oo possession of cannabis, according 1979, the year he pled guilty$11.0Q to,Shan Melrose Veterans Hospital in Classic, Good Door, AT '
to Patrolman Paul Rhoden Man esViUe"1 \ 1288
and' Wayne Wilkinson.BrlghtwslPs nahan$23,190 had when reported in reality taxable his income income was of While. Chasing Injured'M Dog .$, G The Chevrolet driven by Kenneth Transportation .,...... 1\1884. : ........................
vehicle was stopped $37,312. Instead of paying the'required Bernard Platt of Keystone .*
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emetic manner. weaving all over. the slightly lured when., hi wits 8triJcklit Then were no charges filed!In the 7
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own recognizance. of up to 50 percent of the tax amount. Take 100 Soutlvto 24th Avenue turn Right to farm Cruise, Tilt v.e. AT AC 4688

.:Clay County Salesman could be assessed under the 1***. w'Open Friday & ,Saturday 8:30-5:00 pw, V.8 .. ............ 0488 Cruise Tilt .......*........

.:.Se tenced.Tax,Evasion Favorite Varieties of Landscaping &: Potted Plants 80 Chevette 81 Citation

:(A; Green. Cove>Springs salesman Traffic'Vlolat1 ns' fritndty Atmosphere .,Com Set U lI'' 4
was sentenced October 8 in U. S. In Bradford CountyTwo Loule Debra HIghtower and Valaiit Johnson .. Management Team 4 Speed 2988 Door. 4288
District Court in Jacksonville on one : A/C .. ...".?,..-...... AT. AC.. ..:..............
count of federal income. tax evasion. people were arrested'' during 9647109 Specials Regulary .
.form*. i the past week for traffic violations in "Cutlass 81 Chevy 4x4
'' ',Raymond E. Shannahan,' Jr., 40, of Bradford County. j 81 .
'Route ?, Box 142D. Green Cove Spr* John A Glover. 24, of Gainesville 1 _' Oil" Rood :TiresSpoke 5988
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subscribing to false' and fraudulent and elude an officer, according;to ; 81 Chovetfo
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v 1979. : Glover was stopped on't]5-3Ql.tbrM. VOCATIONAL, AT AC
miles south Starke. ,, .. f .- : At. AC 3788
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,--, i Melton sentenced Shannahan to three, Bond for the charge*'was set"at Nice .... ........... Xtra Nle. ...........,..
U.:,'; 6years probation and fined him$7. OO., $633: Glover was released on his owls' ; /q. .
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L. 'Moore 22, of Starke was
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I *18 AcWonI lot he..beautiful SPRINGS pecan AREA tree with*.......- 'Ifs 't -I.t' he hadn't spent It so frivolously. on bad Seventy-five descendants;; of the Ingham. Ala. was elected president W

I tWmol 18 acre ........... Owner_.?. writ) MswN.. | 'I i? fiii % wine and wild women.) v Sparkman and WinD families held the group; Sandra Winn Bass f

]daw* payment. ; \ ,' their first annual ,reunion at Gold Madison secretary-treasurer;- and
'188 Acree-Prent ........AIM ho*1,800 ft.frontogo.. J 10. Could only think of nine strange but Head Branch State Park Saturday, Glenn Chandler, Jacksonville,:>
I SR 237. IDEAL ... hunting club, camp or farm.ACREAGE true facts. Oct. 15. It was voted to make this an l historian c
** y 18SR h annual event to be held on the second Among those .ttendlng' were Mr.
| '1'4 .1. 18 Aero tract located 8 ...... from Ik. I IHer. Saturday in October. and Mrs. C.E Ostaen and family of

.... -., fI....... wn* ISX down 18 year. .. I II y But all seriousness aside the very comical Glenn L. Martin Jr.. of BirmStarke.. .-_. "< "
pay beUme at 12". Ones opportunity to buy strip "Arthyr" begins this very issue. -- .

IHOMRSITB.ApproH. OWNER FINANCING Tune In weekly as the saga continues "If you utter Intuits you will also hear thorn'" P1 utu.-C. .
188 acre wtth old fashioned .home front 3 I !

]rood. Owner flnoncod. Meal for cattle ranch or Ideal [ Mako an appointment to see this Im- ,
I to Into 18 ronchotte. hwa
davebft
aero Ce"I..a'
led. maculeto 2 bedroom. 2 bath Mobllo, Homo

.IS or M acre mar Providence. owner Biientsd. Hi on % acr.lot. Starke Ads Con'tFOR ':

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|.28 acre* with cute homo OH kin .hi Pravfdonco.WANTED" ERA :REALTY RENT .,
:: [S1 fO Union County FOR RENT FOR RENT ,

I*mMBSMANO. .. ACREAOE-Aiiv ..... Pleaee coll.. I '"-5065 .HMIOA. ,
MIMOSA 'MANOR MOWII VACANCY SOON On. "-
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Ads HOMI PARK. Mobil b.droom opt. Carpet, FOR 'RENT OR SALes i Bit.;']
I j homo. and space for..n'. drop.*. AC. walled patio. 8A. $350 mth., lint and
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Keystone Heights Ads 'Recreational' vohlclot Furnished or' unfurn''.""' 'last $100. .doposlt.
FOR RENT' welcome' Phono. 468-2913. First and last month. rent 964.5610/, 0/135 2lchg
WANTEDWILL. 9/16 tin'MOBILE plus deposit. Ph. "' -8601 to/20 r :.:
... HOMES FOR RENTS (Bradford Village Apt*.) MO8JLI HOMIS with optionto !
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT NOTICE TVPIWRntRS AND ADDING PAY CASH For'Your Ono mil. from' Storks city 9/29 tfnLARGE buy.and ront..,Lott
I limit ClMn. 16 W. OFfeCEi
Hwy. located 9648816. 10/20 :
MACHINES on ,
FORRINTl. llpd
SHALLOW. AND DEEP WELL-. ..AMERICAN OfPICI AT > BUSY 'CORH91T CLASI"II;vAI>VRTIf|NOshould > Union t"outltj/"Tiha/ / ."'1S0 L u',od-J 496I93T>p!!.,,'fQV.|. CoW 468-1323.'10/0- fniKCHNVPFIC US 301. Excellent parking, RfCtagtt5,
...... PVC IIIPIIIhd H. .VjtHtfm. ... ; LEGION HAUSr-21. Satur"day j,, facing Flaml/ioo ,"".,,_ be submitted Jo the ; Maln'lt a.atr.-aut'. I. ,,:;1 .,,,1... .ill, I '.q t .NCW .'! rm",, "' JB.d ti> L2' iW
WVMT<- mulffitmrtfttryon *;7p.m.', and Sunday,*, bo eon from SR-IOO and 'Lake Region Monitor' ''off"Ico 1 Phono 'rvh +'1,50O. ', .ra>C:>t.iIottiI'\8w I' ;' nlg",.. '?: t.tln.Located" wr I ,'H'-
Ac. Hordworo. Invited. LOSTFOUNDShort 'weekly rates.:Call Tomplo SMALL 11.11'1; i&'tA'hONI 'No' '> II. ....
2.5 p.m. Public SR-21 Intersection .Prime In writing and paid In odvanco motion TFN 10/l cn ;. no
K.,._ Hot*.. 473-4006 10/6 tfnchg. location. Call unless' credit I I. fOR"INf LONG TERM 2 Motel 964-7337. 9/16 on"llY 301 and SR pot. .7519.ltchg 10/20
10/6 tfnchg ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUII established BORM'fumlhod EOW/rln 16. With air ,3 SR.
4733411.106 tfnchg already with BORM 3 compressorand I SA UNFURNiSHnr,
,.. ACRESHIOH.DRYlSouth off barroll 38 special CLEAN MOSILI HOMES for outside. lift: $173 mth.
Closed PARTIALLY FURNISHED this lc. mobllo homo. $180-$210, HOMI. Of/A. Itt mIl.
sick of Loko Gonowo meetInp Monday a pm. 3BR., I H both mobllehome MONITOR STAFF CAN. laundry Ond playground. pi""' Lot or ctrayod out ..n.. On Hwy. 16 W. Close Call 964-6810 day., North of Storks on US 301.

with privets. rood. Owner Open mooting* Friday ep.m. In Molroso' area large NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR Plnos 494-2366. UFN 9/29 of my homo.Sh flff's office to prison. Coll 4681323. 964-8236 night 9/29 tfn $265 par.mo $100 sacurit.*.
.. Coll 473.4837ev.nlfgs. .
IN HOUSE for has ID number of gun. 10/07 ttn.KfTCNENITTIi CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS .
11.Monday 8 porch. Responvlblo coupl. MISTAKES FRAME rent 150 aVpo.lt. Call ovonlng- *:
10/13-20 2tpd. p.m. All mooting at wantod. 475-1368.10/6 CLASSIFIEDS. WHEN AD IS SW 5th Avo. 2 BDRM.-1 BH. Plooio return to Elliobeth All wtllltlo Ar.you looking far a clean waokond. 1-752-7o70.
MISCELLANEOUS FURNITUREi Educational' Building Community tfnchg TAKEN OVER THE $160 may first and .lost Mann no question asked.1rrtriB furnished.' TV, air mold place to rent, near prison? 10/20 :2lchg 10/27 .
s ploco' living advanco.. 10/20 .."'Ic. w..kly. Under. Call us. 1-469-1323. 10/06 2
Church 473-2790 or COMPLETELY FURNISHEDi2BR. TELEPHONE. month's In Phone SR TRAILERS $17 month
room toll. $ 50. S pick 475-2130. 10/6 tfnchg .. 2BATH homo. on Classified deadline Is 496-2975..2-pd 10/20 wood Motel 3'* mllo Non 4tchg 10/27 plus. $108.......... No pot*.
dining room suit. $40. I ANONYMOUSNo FOR SALE Hwy. 301 t/22 tfn 1 BR FURNISHED QUEST M4-S077. '
OVEREATERS Gotarbona Lake, with Tuesday noon prior to Itpd 18/2
rockor ,.clln.,. $60. duo, foe or weigh In.. fireplace. AvailableSeptember Thursday publication. INSURANCEMAINES STUDIO A'AR'tMINTtWkly. HOUSEi $173 mth. Adult FURNISHED APARTMENT;
MORE. Coll onytlmo Open mooting Tuooy'f I through May Minimum' charge I I. IS monthly rote*. only. 2 BR UNFURNISHED room and both. CHvPrlvato
4734185. 10/13-20 2tchg word for then S Spin.t-C.n..ls Piano Palms Apartments, 2314 N. OARAGB APT.-S173 mth. drlvo.
7:30'p.m. Community 31. $400/month. Keystone $2.73 10 No chlldrori
OLYMPUS OM-lt CAMERA Bargain Wonted'.. Tomnlo A_. 7/28 tfn .
.panllbl. Adult
INSURANCE AOENCVt > only. 2-IBR UNFUR.NISHEO .
Church EducationalBuilding Height Realty 'Inc., cent for each word LOT pot 964-8021.
body with manual adap.... Keystone REALTOR 4734961. 10/6 th.r oftsr. 160 $: Lake A"......;, party to fold. over low APARTMENTSr, '10/20 ,71
Excellent.lit........ $95. Height, 473-2790. 10/6 tfnchg Lak. I st l.,.. 496-3978 \monthly>> / paym.nll'an Shop & Compare!!! $100 mth:; 964-8>to-t. 10/13 FUINISHID APARTMINtfPrlvato

473-3898. 10/13-20 2tchgRIOISTIREO ttnchg .... MATH HOME ON 3 PERSONAL ComploM.ilnsuranco Sonvko. spinet'piano.. Can bo seen Special Insurance for 3tchg 1027HAMPTON ontronco. 3 room
AUSTRALIAN ACIESi $323/month. TFPIa,,, locally Write Crodlt ARIA 3 BR and bath. Utllltlo* furnish-
<< : 'A Mobile Home Parks
SMCPMERO rvmtSt Croat : P.O. Son 537
Manager: house
SERVICES 1V4 bath. Stove and .d. end
Available September 7. Sultoblo' for
working dogi-good ,pot*. YARD SALE Realty .* Sholbyvllle' IN 46174. All types of rofrlg., AC/H. No pet. rollablo'/ working
Keystone Heights REAL 'ponon.
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473.7771, Tuo..-Fri. 3-pd 10/13 (10/20 homeowners policies for $250 month. 468-2339. No Pot No Children. PH.
Inc. 4734961. -
REALTOR
473-4708 night. Ak for 2 FAMILY Saturday, 601 S. 10/6 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY ESTATE 1981 Podge Aria* Wagon. mobile homes. .. !10/132tcha! 10/20 9645464. 10/20 Kn ;
DIana or John. 1O/13-20. W. Magnolia $trt. 10/20 tfnchgPARTIALLY WORK Building patio. Perfect, for., family' and .')
2lpd. Itpd FURNISHED1BR. additions, 'Tomodtshng, LOOKINGxjOR A"' SPSOM ;groat gas mileage. N .
BRAND NIWi 2>R.., Pt... SATs 1 mllo west of Roth mobllohomo" homo and tilt work. Free' PIECE O ,,'ROf'IJrTY' Ifdon't .:It.r.o, .. cassette, 'Olln's Mobile Quality
doublowldo mobllohomo. Keystone on HWY 100. .Molroso oroa. Large living estimate Phono 473-4473 I'll find K >, outomctk AC and lugs Tree Service DotVtlcAStatistic .. ..
haYls.Hx
Sot up with wall, optkr. Follow signs at Keystone room porch wanted.Responsible before 3 p.m. 10/6-27 4tpd Just JANE S. USHER, "gaga rock. S490O or best Homo Sales .' :
1 and body to move Oak 10/20 Itpd couple $175/mo. CARPENTER WORKS akll| '--oHer. of..,' ;
WorlTutFully
Call'496-3204
powor. : ,
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Call 684-6634. .REALTO ;. 496126 ori! "Quality
plus deposit. Elaine M. OlIn Agent
In on wooded lot $21Wa Remodeling work kitchen .5:00 p.I A'pd
.46-2903; *v... Youl : 41,000 Chlmnoy... Lo.Y.ar.
10/6
LEASE purchoio. $1.500 CARS, TRUCKS tfnchg cabinet and trim carp.ntry. Union i SoveM Pig fer *....' E.t. 964-5606 Reasonable Rotors' $9 million damaoea.
Unfurnished
FOR LEASEi
boIance of,down Reasonable cttt-ty.I.I.\\: eoch.0' ) Licensed
dawn. price weight 25 pd. A Insured
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lIIo-t Ifn homeown Don' lot
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4 lako house with fireplace "- '
BOATS '"" '
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Coll/ 473-2477 after
popnknt over II months 5:30 .ch. Phone 4963332. '
$275 monthly payment. and with aporrm.n6 ...... p.m. 10/6 ffnchgCARPENTRYt r bpekPoe'1el..Tob.cs STARKE. RADIATOR 12 Year Rlaldlnt I hap'' .'ii.v. i1.176I 1
croon porch $400 mo. For PERSONAL '
call 4752506own Infoliations : .' Guts SUrte.; Flndda
Day CUSTOM VANSi New 1983 repair SERVICE! ...,. .. .
'Information call I ,|.f-; 'r.I.
colloct 379-3906.' doors, window SERVICES''OOaMAN a..ch
ing 10/13 Chevy Van, V., automatic 12829392. 1013.113 cabinet ,' ontactj 49Q-221.5.1 q "The One ,To CalTBefore ...........,
tfnchg shelving 10420pUNESUOGY'( ,
lOUD OAK twin ...... Mat- transmission with overdrive 4tchg. partitioning paneling. Call WILL SEPTIC' ;1600 cc' "It Falls" Btenkewtshlp .

trow and box prlng, Ilko power, .brake power., power steering window 473-252O. 10/6 tfnchg TANKPoclfoga,AND deal; wollcidrlllod ; ;.w Iborgots*' ....dy.. -,street'S700. 964-8795 .: .:'C!!!' S \
now $75. 473-2438 or WANTED CARPENTER WORK No |lob .nnp.now,3Instolotloii '.I Iligal'.s.kln. Phone ,
*, power door lock. wator p .
473-7715.10/20-27 2tchg Panasonic sound system, too big' or too smoll. 30 of optic tank, ;. h :t Gr' ; ..
2 ACMSi CloM 'In on 5R-21, USED VIDEO CAME TAPES year experience. With' loft : : ; \ ------ -
tilt wheel running boards, ...,.,... drain field and Motion. HEk,1 l ..
next to beautiful lako for In""_','_. 4734648. ret. 473-4185. 10/6 homo : i' b. S
4 captain chair and couch. Mobllo polesovallabl.i ) ,
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Oonova .. Lot of 10/6 tfnchgWORKING tfnchg. '
work
All '
Boautlful Interior and \.1"
treM ovisW looking I pond* 14.400 and with exterior MOTHER NBEDSirollablo CARPET AND VINYL repair guaranteed <'Call""rommyDorman : j I Y r'I ,',,..,WANTED. .y J'', ,-,:4@ ."" n-."' .,.,,:,,- .PiNE:FORESt. ,
SI4.OOO. Call 473-2438. dual air. top of the lino babysitt.rw..k.nds and Installation Fr. 273-2151.'UFN 9/1 ...!-.. .
>10/20-27 2Khg for 7 old estimate Ten years .. REAL ESTATE UCfMWNOI in
year tor'
15900. Compare at CUSTOM MAD* ,Drapeid.Valance Ask Randy or Dave
BRAND MW MOBILE HOME .on< Would prefer a perience. Call 473-4217 call I 'Lako aty. IRM Schools of APARTMENTSr'
$21.000.11'4 potrebank ind Sprood '
'on 1/3 aero In wooded financing. Phone Keystone resident. and ask. 'for Craig. 10/6 496.2219'br' 496-3t43 for, '"LRoalEtoi.i :; Phone' 964.6810 r' a Apt ";
Now wall 475-2163. tfncSg 7534006. TEN lf\4\ '
10/20 'coiNfHwroi
topHc Itpd liesstunavunt. 'V
'and Wi
tank light polo 28R. split Gainesville.' 332.0903.10/6 RETIREMENT HOME AND FREE Estlmato S SIOO Per Week port Time sit i .TAwl j Frpnl 5150 fE I
9/29
bodroom plan. IM bath iTUMPKNOCKR tfnchg HELP HAIRSTYUNO, CENTER! All ,Reduce E.-prl-.UFN safe. onelos, .with .w__.Amsrlca.s" I :: :

Ing.gardon CH/AC.tub.Cathodral 8ooutlful call-' fiberglass. bass boot 35 hp WANTEDMATURE under: Certified ono roof.'nursing OFFERING Gal... '..Capsule and favorite needs dictionary homo worker._. USED BIKESPECIALS -Gj'= 15.30 W.Midklss14a'PhgtRi ., ,
Span
decor trolling motor. RlggodComplete assistance and CPR trained. E-Vap 'wet.rpilla; ; Andrews I j ;;,",. 96d. \.
'to local C'
carpaflng. spacious update: mailing; 8311'hT
full cover, extra 5W,.MoroBINGO ..
Onrg..4 :
Lovely kltchon with, staff: 24 hour supervision 'list. work.'Can. be'feono \ looM" troun.e'"' a t.
room clean, Ilk. new. Must too RISPON.'ISIE| ..... Easy /' ,)e)981 185 :Yomoho.lGood
If frat-frao rofrlg.. to appreciate. $3.675. female to work full or part for senior citizen;, hot : while 'watching TV(, sKope. Repo. Make offer. ''oPPo.TUN/T1.... 'r. .1. .... --',", ,; ," __
1weoI&.... bar. wa hdryconnocttoM 'Call meal; day week or long MM'age. .. 'experience Un-
473-7198 or 1-396-4868. tlmo. Bartender. bingo wiry."' ''"'. 100092 e)98l) Hondo, '400. Good
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$24,900. 10 term stays .STYLING :neiesseryi :;
10/6 4732643. 10/20 ItpJ'BABYSITTER 231 Invited
,;'p>rcont minimum down. tfnchg In CENTER for ti,. public;, Fuel* J-716-M2.OOO. Ext..1.3':1 hope.. -
1971 NIEDEDi '
MAVERKKi AutomatictrancmlHlon. my
10/1310/M ,
\OWNER WILL FINANCE. radio.A/C. 6 home. 7 day a week 4 precision styling for nand BABYSirnNfl IN MY HOMll ?-pd 10/20 ',. .,: "1979,CS 750 W/Falrlngi; I $
$
for sale. A'Jt
.Income Reduced quick .. ;
Call 473-3671 aftor 6 p.m. cyl.' $900. Call 473-7617 hour*a day$190 mo. Mut' womenf, perm and Clean healthy environ'. Evceltont feipeif1. .. ""
and woakand 10/20 hair coloring., SR-325 homo work.. 990. ,
Msembly
work lots after_ flats '
or "
before 9:30 and after to
.'IttngAZAUASi 6 p.m. 10/20 a.m.Itchg evening. Call 4737373aftwI2.10I2O.1 Hampton' 468.2619. '10/6 oU"lde.ment.'lorfto hilt pond,.soryediwtn ploy} Informotlon 'coll418003 /' ."1973,''OT '750. Rebuilt, SuppUmonrycur In .fi"" _
FOR $ir Swan """' ... Exf. '801K Mechanics blk. $975. "
.. L' subscriptions ,to.th::
Cro*/ Nun y. Located on ,, WILL DO' TYPING 'lnv ", yham. _. r fd' 1 "197$ Honda "..50-,10.. .: : 'GAIti y1LpE
,SM-M 2V*' milks toasts of I t"' ........ I .. Book reports, .,..< rl' ,1195.. .f ;"" SUN. J
,M.lro... 10tfnchg i Steve Broadway'i I PERSONALSERVICES resumes, etc. Call' ,1;; andq".! ",$1rest4 I W*.' ono I"'dnl'' 'Of"oqrouls.lf :
I9M HONDA ASPINCAOat 473-2898. 10/6 tfnckgINTERIORIKTIRIOR "
1100. Palomino gokflng, l TREE !iYiCE. FAINTINOl .197*'' "GS 'Vocbi.-3.6oo ,start.rs to\worV'.orl e-itW '

'473-2165.oddlo and 10/20 tack IKhaFIRIPLACIl $650. Call -"ReinovarTrimming SEWINO' MACHINESRIPAIREDiAII make. 'work V.and......wallpaper......... Licensed All +wtp&Ing..Mia-A-i '0 l lj. mllo 1978, Weak OS',750-FDr srd.P .. hours 1 Ins./L/sk. jButlcrr' ;..K1 t,>ftaliEiE.,:

"Flr.hood" and fully Insured ix* WBIf.fs/1 ***korVfd1 K.'lton } .. ,,
crooned, oiled and .ad- ? $. ,.' /0. ;
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1 brand.' FVoa tandlng.hoavy, coal elrculof Stomp Removal. 'lust". $15, W.r", cellont 473-3651. 10/13.202tdg. references, N 4* duaukf( Z, 50. Ilka now. we .otMr'rp,,:'.' ;; } 'fIot '
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Free Estimate .{.guaranteed. James I'TRACTOR WORK. e. body rtit. t r"f rrtGual + makkb1.itus 1it1'avol
'!Iron ha. built In damoor Mowlny.iby Hondo + I obl... Ii l
$175. 473-9760.: 10/20 Itpd -Firewood!' .tj" ,Strickland corner MorganRd. hour or |lob. Call ) : : on .ffordSiM SO. Expr.s6M Must
and Hwy 16. Itarko. ,473-4185, 10/13 $ fIjJ.. pcovldi transporhNiwe.
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CARS FOR SALE, .FOR SALE ;,;lMo
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WANTED
TRUCKS HOMES
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FIREWOOD FOR Oak
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should be submitted, to HW 1 t7. Hav'-r-IWALA.. 350.'V".I"OW. or pine 4x4'f 20-40". 'Vi Cross.,* one ; a/d'mal.Fawo> ,RIAL U.*, ZALESPEOPLE, CHAIN SALE _._ '
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Bradford Covn'l1r.T.legr : ."' ....rln". Cord.. $35. Scrap ilf wood: $oIOO,,"Coir 964-339J.:Maxla' )Scholarship* available for .... Fr ru IlkgM'-
office In writing pnd Bald' <'power' f '. 01l.1 A/C. oak or pine $J 0 Muckload.Sunshln. 'C lrtor..Jr. Itpd 1O/2O, .' unlicensed, :'person*. ERA Man, .HOME SALES
In advance unlew credit I 2-doot;.',stereo and radio. lndu. already established' with'' See fit 411- N. St. Clair'St. Call 964-7699, W. load 'for nt< condition., $200 encll or rtO/Z8" lfnv"fl*, ,1TUlAIMTENAticE I 6/09 for ale. Walter REAUTYifcf
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thl.4fflce. 964.8872.IS; Mrs you between 9:30 a.m. and 'best offer; Nice-a..lmcw.. ".. ( ) Alvarez Invite you w
TIM,, TELEGRAPH STAFF- K IT TTKUI YOU CAN BUY 2:30 p.m.", Man.-Frl. ,9/39- gift. Call '431-1132; attar? SON/DRJVERt Desire a unl. and. out and brows
CANNOT H HELD RESPONMBit LISPS FOR 844 through the ,'qua person 'with ability to Large I T
POM 'MISTAKES .INCLAtsmcD U.S. Government Get $h.' A tiPPALOOSA/ ILDING1 2'/4 '9/29 5:30 tfn p.m.- or :weekend. **..' \hondlq" 'trod w/aooieneck r.Via.17 South, Pl; llE4 $ T
WHSNAD is fact ,Call 7 trailer1 with load; desire1 to' e, 325-9551 or ..; ,
toddy ((312)) yr* old. ".2 hands; $TOO. AUCTIONi Ivory :W.'. Ip.m. >
TAKEN OVER. fTHITELEPHONE. 747-1 Ld2,' ..,. 609. '0113lOW No collect -call. 494-2957 Melrose ,,Fto. Behind Work with the handicapped MOBILE In Starka. call CEDE IA 12 r0.5N 'T9m' I 2t41'df' l
; ,. vvf- 11/24 '. ''after 9 "."." J0/13'2tpd Red ; 'Realty,1) '1. ; .con! work well with year *. 9645251. 9/22 TERWILLs1R
Classified oeodllneJsTUES- 1971 AMC CONCORD cyl... 10/20' f I block Thomp(IntldeAlocnvaCoom on :: ,Rand Jn carpentry wood. with :! '
DAY, NOON; prior. 'to 30'mpaVowto: ,' air F/) and CHAINLINK PENCE wholesale working and,can complete more o" MOBILE :
Thursday publication. ,' radio,.f door.l 37.000 oc- RaildantlbltCommerclalInduttrlol. ': Public Retail A Dealer welcomed i \ minors household 'repair.' Add- 3 BR 2 BA. Central 1 *SPECIAL\ir:Mr, :8
Minimum charge I I. ,IS* ,tuol mil.*: ".000 cah or For free Bin .. Only lord' ''working, | .." I Completely' electric.' : ,2LoY.IHom.for\' ? .I\
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111 Bill Lowf pet
word for 275. '",,.n* 10' _4600* i'and 'ohe overpayment .stimaslttalt'teny Dan. Parry Storks;rind*.-j finlnhar* with,ability ta 9/15 *)..Cleared.,,Wei II") r ki"; 'I
tlarleer '
cent for each ,..word .. Car.look. and ny. General Builder. 473-7913 lot Vatonat _II with other In Crosby lake j, jyu f-4-l. ;;: .

thereafter. .. run.U..... brand.n_, .Coll Galnavllle, 3760721. Information Key.toe.'call, Auction ser? t jl load\\uppiy,,',Pull or port *. Set up and read to ) Reduced from '$S5:>00 .. fi

: ,. 94-4191.: Itpd 1020ins 10/13 .4tpd'l103SIARS : vice* for 10/06.4rpd time oalt\ol'l Salary $4 to bing : In. Only '$27.000. $52,000.'orick home. M;'a aA. 1
YARD SALESATURDAYl FORD GRANADAr Ex- CHAIN LINK FENCE 10/27'. you. -}$.'! pe.. hr phi quarterly .'I0/O63tpd 10/2d ,
CH ft A.fenced lerge'lof
: ; std. ;
c.li.nt. condition.,$1,700. 48"xlSO appro. Include HIGHLY FllltJlUnO' ARGEN1' "_bent. ;One ,month paid HOME Com 6W .
Call 964-6I7S. Itchg 10/20 ''two ((2))' 36' walk gate ?: T'1 vacotlori! and other fringe, 9/15 remodeled. Paved 1 230. c .V".., ..
'9-3. Closed TINA BAHIA HAYI BeglnnIng and .jo. :._ .. \ '_ ..... I. .-. 1
170 MAVERICKl 2-dr., rod, $125; also Clan 2 ....** Oct. 10 Start -SendTresume'; lob 'JONES utility shelter: 14x14 "
hop. Now ladle clothing 6cyl. Good go mileage.{ 'trailer hitch for 1980 Mania '.. cuttlnfljweather ., $I.75- :"t i hMaryto; P.O. Drawer A. porch CH/A, .
.3 to $8' mice merchandise No ru... $550. 964-6365 or Carlo $35. 964-8674 after 7p.m. bole perml" .behind 1.Storks" ,: Fl. ,;;no91. 10/13' In Lawtay' near REDUCED FROM $ 40," te $\2e,0S1"s3t excellent j.
; old upright piano 964-3732. Itpd 10/20 10/20 2tpd 10/27 pr I Plck'up. '12/ f'.1 1012CJ1: ". ) acre*. Attractive, snitlajie. bold berne. i
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baler. Call .5319.,10/20' 1.7
$rOOj Tok 16W to C-233. ,197* CHIVY TRUCK '6 BUCK GOAT On. year old. / j"BOWLINS ; .IItNCs0 HOOFER: To 10/37 on acre. cleared!, and 47 pecan tree.' 'i j| .1
Left 2V4 mll.t. cyllnd.r, $2.500 firm. Make aa offer 9645562. '3lchg DIESEL'1RACTOEI ,t..contract: |ob' 108 'East MISS 10/2O2tchg;. QUIET RETREAT 1 ACt At 54th,tf. off wit 8BR.
deadend. Itchg 10/20 if'.M.lik.t'! '. Read, Starke. 2 hit. llrepleeei' .
782.3376 ,after 6:30, p.m Itchg 10/20' backhoai, BA. attrort. ,
24 4' WO. .
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hp. HOUSE TRAILER r
CHURCH BUILDING, FUNOs. 10/20 2tpd 1027PROSPECTOR ONI FAIR PLYMOUTH loader bush hogdisk.,209 : Florida'/ Itpd 10/20 '' -103 CHURCH STt Wall kultf. f-ehiry. 4 BR
front
Yard Sola. Loll A lot of 3 speed O/D. HEADS Reconditioned, for HL$'.t PTO ((3-sp) t'', I WOMEN: Want to earn an furnished 'home. CH/A. Fplece *ep. ...... tstll no..'
good ,used cloth* and Slant 6, AM/FM 8-track, .383. 080:-,,5-plc tempro tran New with expiipw ,....| .. I ))0-$60B per nth. 10/13 copper wiring new 'CORNER LAFAYETTE B ORANOft Buileer
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many other useful Itam whit drum .p. ..ir*>..Ing In your awn need some
AC. topper >pok *at/$20O. 9648380. 14743. Prefer. to trade for, delight. 1.4 oc. behind. Pantry Pride. I.MO.
Oct..21 and 22. Friday and ,hornet Call, Marie for Price negotiable, "
wheel. SWB. 38,000 mile Itpd 10/20 lake lot of equal value or, an $10 a Toned for multi-family. J '
Saturday. 8:00 A.M. til 1111 t Good condition., $6.800 or 1979 COACHMAN CAMPER property for mobile homeA 'In."'m.' Interview. a 1.6368 or 9645232.u '.THAT SPECIAL HOUSEi M.:IVt >A.'St.lrseseweep ; <
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eth Avanua and Hwy. 121 will trade for moll older Slide-In. Like new Self 964-6020 ocr 964-4382..; 1812-3790. 10/30 4tpd 1110fjimtOUTCBV Itpd / ta 2nd stery; "....I Kit......' for
laka Butlor, Fl. ITEMS FOR truck. You tak my, contained, air, other extra ; INSTRllCTORi CHILD LAKE ARIA. 6
10/20 tfn' /bef Insulation, rptaefc. 31.27
SALE NEEDED -i wru tin, payment*,'Ill take your. *.'964-7457. 102'pet. GOOD' USED ICASPET 1'};. 'L4i...Correctional' In. bam small ,.r..., beauty Country Club. $ 6OOOet9XSl *....far..

THIN BUILD- WITH IT.,Itchg 964-4934: 1tpd 10/20 ,10/27 18x13., Con,..... anytime! CltftuMon need full-time In- ,- panda; 2 'mobile COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Brick en 1V ec.Skylight .

10/20 ,1981 FORO T-BIRDt tight ALICIA' HAY Good quality Hours.. Io.m.'to 7,p.m.'. :'nrlfct..a; teach'trpholstery Phone 468-2300 *, fans,cust. shutter. 1 8... S BA,egpt.'
CARPORT SAlir 917'Madison 1W. ode;
fr Require
blue. fully loaded. Extra large bale $2.25: Largo .: upon' IO/2O4tpd 11/10,
St. Baioar Items 964.6744. :, Itch. )! 1002Qd kit.. LR w/f'piece, ..... DR I Ig. ** w/bey wiwdow. .
; clean. Must see to oppreclote. > round bole. $25J; Can ,. 9 minimum of 6 year ex* Itchg .. HOME 2 BR, .
clothing box, iprlng, .. 782-3122. 10/20 deliver In trailer load 'perlenc*. Beginning salary Scrn'd porch a carport, ...... .
i I I I : 14x30. Call Charle ..... ........*. > 38rms
d..L'o4 rawan, odd A. 2tchg 10/27 M.I. Conner 964-5223. I WANTED p.' ., 96 plus benefit' Call MAONOLIA HOTEL S. w t l
end. Coma and see. 8-5, ?1971 CHRYSLER CORDOBA 10/20 tfn J -- f J>e>........,'(904).' 782-3811 for at'' 468-1431 or 23 bath.. 11,47 .... ft:'Claw ReefM.LOCATION .

Itpd 10120. '.31B,--_;' AC,, !PS. FB THREE (3): ) TRAILER and land AXLES A TIRtSi.'Two' aailes ' Ml N.'WALNUT $T4 Three ,Itchg1 10/20 FI Golf Course. Cust. drapes, one? ..-,
AM/FM _tl.: ".000 and on. hook.u,. and fourJlre, *: Highest, MANAGER; .near
farnlll.s.Cloth.... "'mile 18 mpg.' "1100.' 964-8077. 10/20 price pald; 'Oreen'i '{ CASHIER Pep- 'HOMES Owner financing.. i3 i-
houahold Items. ml.c. .'964-I427.:1tpd: 10/20 MINI FLEA MARKET STOREi Welding Shop'301 SounVStorke 0 Food Star; Now taking 'ANT FOR SALE BR FRAME HOUSE Ex*. coed: .,... SI
'Sat.. Oct. 22. 8 a.m. til.. ?? 1971 PLYMOUTH FURY SWl Jut 'opened.. N.w" fur L Fl} 964-5OOTT7/O7 i4 application( *.Apply Pp-O, or 22nd Av. 2 let, ....000 eesh j, .
Itchg' 1020OCTOBER 318. V-8 auto.:, tran. liltura and appliance 13tchgK>/27 ie ** y1 20'3.. Wolnut.SI.. IKhg 713 MADISON STt 3 BR home MW..... Close
ttt 104. Mini- S65O; 1973 Yamaha motor V.ry reasonable rate.. AXLES 4 TIRES* For mobile"homo !!!!. .. ., .. .. 10/20 Sea at 355 St. In. 39.000 w/awner fln_. \
.Storage by McDonald' 'cycle.;.XSI-650. Twin eng. Coma and bro...*., lay *. :Olln'. Mobil. ifOAL ttCMTARYi Needed .' 2 BR. 1 BA block AT LASTS I On. of our finer rt{resldeaee en 83

On* solid oak paddad bar Extras: \,000. 964-8608. ''hello". Open Tue*': Frl.,, 'Home Sole*.CAd( .os 06"' ....j )0"of' Hrmi: ;n.lnl"um 2 CH/A, carport. Like A. Split rail fence 8. 3 ........., Oak fleering
with 3, whrl bar Meal. .iKhg' 10/20 9-5; Sat. 91. 212 East Call 10/13 Ifn' : 3 |yr.r 1 experience; salary FHA financing.- penelllng. stone Fp..... Ch/A..ISM H en .,.
$750; ona regulation pool 197 INTERNATIONAL St. 10/204pd 11/10 .46 SHORT-BARREL f .commensurate with ability Sacrifice, CHARM AND COMFORT of eeelrty new 8 SR. 2 .
tabl.. $ 50; ona j sofa and SCOUT Hi 2 a 4.wheeldrive HOTPOINT IIFRIGERATORt REVOLVER 433.. Call : please tend resume to 9/O1 tfn BA stucco In ConerlyA EstetesjrredrH*>ie|

-.mafchlng' loveseot, $300: ,' good condition. Custom crafted. no-frott 964.7184. Itchg' 10/20 P.O. Drawer 4O.-,Slarke, Ft ( CLOSE AND CONVE-1 fireplace a pretty kitchen. :
Jane contemporary Must *ell, this w. k.nd. with ka maker. Look and ROOMMATE ,WANTED To, 32091. Itchg" 10/20. ; : Lg. spacious room.. SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM} M acre, 2
Wrought Iron couch: mlic. 2500.Call ....1495. Itpd work Ilka n_. Color. hare 4 bedroom home ono! J. 10/20 -workshop homes! .4 chicken house pecen.-.1.-
items. Itpd 10720SATURDAY. )10/20 Harvest Gold. $250. Waldo' Road BILL'S *, $0,000.'Also' ad I30A 4 105*.
OCT.' b. '95.Olln ; 9644191. Itpd 10/20 Galnevlll. ,175.'mo.n..rt. 96.5764'M' lot available. Pecan .d pasture,close to city llmhs.. SR .
'2 Lot Oak
'* Mobil Homer LAND"FOR 8-N FORD TRACTOR Excel. and H Make Your Christmas cular Hampton
'vtlll'-.137..238l 10/13
964-3610 Flu Edward .d. j ,
"Highway 16. Itchg TO/JO condition. Sorry no equip. eve. A weekends.Itptjj" Clfls' AtaqurArta ... 10/30 .11 Ac. en .,
SATURDAY) o f. 22,JIM 11L SALE'iI 'mant. $1500'cash. Firm. 10/20 -" .'T ".,. *Craft*pa"eM HOME Extraordinary villa for the goad. We.rVV

1- -.s 14aZ-triinlil I 'Jt4 i! ,..>tllJoq0". ':'. '" Ph..0644191.1tpd.10120UP.OMI WAN1S0 t"T<<1 .Mffr,Oldalt .i.RutOu_Panj1njBasket ( { ) ..p' ': .Leave' fer* on A.- ,f,,l<\' on Beent r BaadJilxv.-.IIIOI) '+14" ux*, Wi.U:1vab I :
I NtO.r..P.&I: 'trolle terosW;; ...'!$ tlll.Vh:. S\P! : .t dlldt'i'c:: u'o. I(3 ..
oStark. .
b type i \'Jt. .. .ATIV1 ifiHI iW'4'' .,I. ..' 'I r..... ... ..
.t I'LeJ1, Fe1, ::'. :rm' 7s.1F Re/g..rlrS200rtlrfreer, $130: ;:Baffea/2end t'r cIdItJtWo...' Fl fI.oJ, .J20 ...f w10/20l'0" 't. I Clowes'-4ri'., :*..iritf r' I : / :: Vooa."lnteHo7' .T... :.,. Owner Rn.neS.i .""'' wv .',

l.lgrs.,'ttc''",, ../._ Irontage.... ,$3,730.. $300 table*. $55: yofa, __ .' 2tpd 10/27 J !iG Xlllforlnfor1nMlon ''CLASS some work. Asking MH 3/2 on 1 a*., :301. $"." 1
'tn DISHES what-not down appro .'70 a chair $225; rocker, $65| J '"..111) Call' 9648930. see.. ." :. :
jUbfha: end odd a ends. month. Call'.9645606. 9/15 .recllner; $45;' bookshelf. BUSINESS :.. {. ... 4tpJ 1110JIM 111 A Cooa.r.6444:5 m smeo."Av.waunww} s..40s

p75 .W.' ModlMMi, St. Itpd tin $35: large gas heater, O'PORTUNlt -' 0o I LY.. 2BA' NOVA MAID....,... TOMMV.aUUTAM..
107JO TIN 1 AC LOn facing PrIOn' $150; small go .heater ..Cathedral Celling w..oouau.-. A>IO.COOT-
>1134' I. SOUTH STREETi. Ctrove Rd. 3995. $50. 9644355. Itpd 10/20 .. 'J ( ..... I.R/OR.rs. MA :THAOOelCO7M-m _____
Behind Roller'R'' Nursery $400 down $70 .a month.; KINO Sin BID like neW, OWN YOUR ..to School SAY.iuaars sell
'Sat.' Oct.'22. Four families Call 964-5606. 9/15 tfrt $200| .ro.t..... ,of"e., SpeHrw.aS'OWNEm'1 \ ,Conventional ."
infant toddler and THRU I ACRE LOTI on SR- $300i smell opt. '*Iierefrlg. Preteen. : I ale .$!1.500
children. .clothl..., (eon*, 337-Broafcar 'Rd. 2995. ., $100s Queen *ltabedroom Combination.A cesswie*. CONSTRUCTION
.h ".....ld Item*. aprpllance $300 down, $55 .s month.964.S6O6.91Stfn ...H.. $4Wf ..- or La...'51..' store j Nor ,, 4S19BECONOITIONE 1 Call Mary
.; furniture. Itchg ecwtlve desk.tlOO student tlonal brands: JordoAe, :3 mi...of Star' T. Subscribe 86 -8305
desk. w/hutch $71 Mereo On U.S. 301 .
10/20 ONE ACM LOn facingForaylrw i ;'Chic,Loa,lavf.Vonderbllk;, L .
109f. $. ' Oct. 22.. '8:30 ; $6(| color TV. $lOOt .UW Brirtanla. .Catoln: .Klein-J Eller JI.MC'I( !'"
Vm. til 4 p.m. IKhg' 1020TOL100UTH.N.xt ,$30O. dawn $60 par mo. TV. $3S> double. ...... $Mi yo'.nt..4,01'l' Net i' r <*. ,189,11V. ur 'st tr :POt.(
.Sergio t. $J .TrUsk lr t.RI ;
Green'strvefor Call, ((904)) "-5606.22 'twin'' bed $3S> washer, Paying CashAuntinum 1/7lfn r. : {
to tfn .' Plcona, Clalbofne.Heahhtex ) 1 t s. .'si. $l rkr :t'OCJ 1,s,' oo jjotp, $.. u '
m'p. $
plocev. Friday and -, $125 dryer. $75: Early 300 i" ers ,or- :
Sa\urdoy. Itchg 10/20 COMMERCIAL FROFHTY' Amer. sofa/chek, '$'101| 97,900 t. .434.900f tan:: !I"'t.' .. '1o"1If'0I' s.r '< II\'J".I fi\I. :
611. COUIY ROADS Santo, FOR $ALE. lot 1-120,1153' alec stove, $100; wood levy, airfare, trotix.; *, .. c.ItJOJPr.: '.'I,,' I
.'jl''pwn photo ..quipm.M.clals aces eft 301 $13.800. lot4 .loveseet, $501 complete tore, grand apanfng.'etcMr. :. J2 C.nts Per Lb. '. << ;CU.t .
,, ere !Rain or Shine. 2-113x153 access off 301, double bedroom .ul...' Ko.tckyJ>Sell) *, Capper_ V/oll "W.ord: .r. !

Itpd 1020OCTOBER $11.300 lot 3285.153 ace .$210. 964-43SS, Itpd 10/10 577-803l.1--: 10*- .'. ?hwy Wedn.dey. '....... : .
Mt 9 nl 11 Aero caw oH 301, $13.900.Lot ..Lt:: .. i Beginning Aug. 34
Kf ',;.So ttl.lde.' Ikhool.dl"ir.llown.1 4-113x153 an Market Rd.; ; t ... ... ; .. .; .1.'. ': r '
Ws 'tire*'.' S7.500T.All lots zoned commerclor F I LL-DI Rt.o, hiIsHoreecrtoK.' 2" 6" IIsTonME.

rilihlog ond' household, 8-3. Some lot no BEt.111 & 1o4tary' ft"
Item, "t1'ot. Itpd 10/20- down payment .ca'v'' llmett' ; i''j MortheMt FtwrtsleT
"1M. Call 964-7071 to *.. Sand & ; ''Recycler' Equip. j

.., Stylist lalt..Good Inv..'......' pro : ii Licensed '''

*.* 'N.exl.d perry-10/06 Hn ,468-1455.; IJ:/: ... .,... '.',' 1r. OTAMErUCA' '
......'1., Mood X 9 ACRttr" 1 WELLS North Ida L Hampton. Florida "' ,..Cf.WYE ,
15000. _
of lawtey' .
.FAMILY tAIRs. 4737683locations '
...t DESIGNERS i''I 702-3833.10127. .10/20. Jtehg & Used !Hwy 3O1 Next to Me** .... I'.....'.
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'"-7303" FIVE LOTS IN CITY CtoM to II .Parts'Servic !J
school and downtown. Call

Classf./f.ed,4'\ds. : 964-7061. .or- 964-7578. I '.-.. .' .Term" _.s. ... ,'CREST HEIGHTS 4 BR.2 BA_ lSfi stwe..J' _!.
t or .. !! 10/2O Jtchfl 10/27 WAREHOUSE OR COMMERCIAL BUIUMMOt Oft u.$:
JI Y COMMiKCIAL."'. BLOC: >lnl 301. between Starke .a lawtey. Deed( ........ forDullness
.' \.. < belxeee ,7o.ksmnvEle B.Gainesville
:.;:ki : *. tOOO qiff. lot. f 17,500. Installation lervklng eree >
S i fLORIDA UNION' / 'BtAUTT.'SHOP 'yi( turbo : 3 phase power, 3 roH-ep. room 9.008 ee>ft.

TIMES t hopf-skotlng rink,? pm. .: $ Repairs Lang Term Owner Financing ( I.
Routv'AvcUobl : r I ... . ,:, .... _
I PapW .I*; ,' "" *t ACRES Just off S.R. "W- .". !
I .3' $ iDW1Tar0i I ance r : '*LAKE. ,CINVA-6rlck. home .ee cterge lakelet..,
ln5TARKEAr aMuat 1 1ELEC70CAt 60vdD ceilIng -, s ..Eeeutlful.vl.w' | ..,'live ...* slid away H Swexhs$' sshrub.
'have)' 'depervdablw' transportation.. a' '!t Wix.waterii lsoftn.re I >V MP' ,'.". ."I .. Large.3 BR-1 BA In exceHesW uiii. ...>.l.!... Owner'

telephone( 4 beTobleMo'. : Most'O, $250 bond: So- r$50,0004 > .. t & will.consider. ...-cI.... $".000.'' \ .
of H.: .. ORT8MANS s,0tEAM( ) NICE, OLDER HOME In .-,. 4 BR.. Ceetral.., B
Apply In p.rsotT 1609 'Temp'e1oV.I' .HEATiMT a AIR GREFRGERArlorv' ft.h, omp>Samfan LakeJU73 / 'Ali4anod'y.rd; ; as.umeble n1edgeeoLM H* 'ehew"

Stark, or call 9645165.{ '" v.. '.," III'PL'rAREV A .tit 156 ft. ,;*>*Sampson .ANY. tar this bee today 1...- >< '
: :, :::;II/--. ; ,,/2 BA.Kmtty'pfne
Laker 760 ft. eri canal/: *LAKE BROOKLYN Older bents wi!" a .
barroom, game Hlom,.buit .86/V., 'tongue'* '._ paneling. I.Walk,. te!,Keystone" '

I ub.cribe Today I. 1.ldo S NEW IN8TALUTIONS :f FPR1 i i TAm: ;/q Kkla shop livingouertW ; .. Ee Av;r.: i Height shopping Oead cendttloiinj$4B.808.; ,_
t' BRADFORD 1312.2 H. I 110. boots, kkkers.ef .' .*$t A.KE13 811.; J Betk home off SR,1.6 W.Ceetr.l heat,
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tJI4r.---' -.-.-... ....:, Clem lit;'7 tA kt'1owt.1W'' ,., \ ., -", { culvert4.,$2500 I :':;7Hi' *I a,10 ACHE TRACTS: North .......... Tfce* m I*"
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a 64441 ''''''tI"1I. to ; .. WELLS eLECTRiCtSSftvice, ,/ .x AQrj.i. offering good. term et Sl.00e-M.0ea pew es:. ,
hutr" 1.53.
and .s. oc.:" < : 630'+ ;ACUS w/Molr l: ,*0JfllXi: Neer,Keystone Mgnv SfheoI..0...& sesrtoliproperty.

t: eort+ lot:,.t t 1d,) ,964-8 $t'4i .'jz.f.N' Home, 5ar tO1a4ls end 1" Each unit 2 ".3 BA. Greet Re...781 Se. FVConstructed
''QVAO UM' f2b,000. Tem:; 'y < s,: V 'nced,,.2, ,g r LIMITED: ME OILY : .In 1961. lIS..00. ',\ ,1: '
l/.I t'w\' w; It ,m2 Bit l 2::JJ(1M2( } W ':" 'e .1/i.Fruit tree3 : ;. ,....CirnVE.HQMEl..eiKt .fy.e,"I BBVI BA 4itk peet

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.1' 22 Cases,half 01 the 4-4acheduJed on ed to and exhibit driver license' Itose.'MJf ele I,
'{ he court calendar,appeared in Brad on demand' $13 cost. ska restitution. on, "each check: ,
"ford County Traffic-Criminal Court Richard Michael Miranowtcx, pi cost. c'
'before Judge Bobby L;. Kirby October careless driving, $15 cost. 3'amy F. Blshal serving'' f(o ; Carolyn Jean Grlffla, driving while without'' license, continued for 30' "' "

Kirby: Lee' Casselman,, driving license suspended. .or revoked, fined days' .to, 'comply1 wW occupation, c: ( .- E I Ir
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:while intoxicated, license suspended $53.25. >* '. J .v .,- \ V:' license and pay $25 ebet.iScott : I
for six months fined $281.50,,must Norma '.'Jean *Dempey, ..drlvtntiwhile \ Blwlley.'euawderly lotoxlcatton _
complete 50 hours community'work license Suspended,or .revoked't fined SU.9% .:;' (''t' r
under Salvation Army supervision $130 fine or produce license and pay
attend driving while Intoxicatedschool 5525. 'Appearing'beC re Judge Kirby for a, I<
(DWI) and remain under court Victor Ferreira,,111valid driver' nonIrial were the following four*, r s .y 1&I IEi1' Iiron Sa4,
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probation fol', o days. license, $130'' fine or produce license, 'cases;' > ,
Kirby Lee Casselman,driving with and pay $55.25. % ,Deborah Crumptontivllful-4ivanjeri' J
unlawful alcohol blood level, nolle by Victor Ferreira, unlawful speed, ..-ecklftadrlvlng, pay flr$of$$9.25,1, "
..tate attorney fined $25.William. Evan A. Smith,' wUtlllwantonrec.k1ess 1115 Edwards Road': w'w "}
Kirby Lee t Casselman unlawful Jay Stapf, driving while driving, fined $59.25. '"
'Speed, fined$50 license suspended revoked, fined Carl Dale Stanfleld'driving while i '....8290"I
$5325. f "- > -i fined$281.50,'" license
Eugene Luther Harper, driving intoxicate 't
with unlawful alcohol blood level, fined WIll'lam Jay1 StapC no valid driver six months,at tend DWI;
$281.50! attend DWI school, licensesuspended license, dismissed. school, complete 50 hours community, U:DA Choice oBtChiickRcast + C
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for six months, must com Raymond Randall Bell, driving service work under the supervision of
plete 50 hours community work under while license suspended or revoked the Salvation Army and remain under; . 8 .
fined $53.23.. ,the probation of the court for dsykti .u a"
supervision Salvation Army, remain y 'V/JioIa .55e
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under court probation for 80 days. Marlene Rae Canute,,: no'valid .w..i,,,
Eugene Luther' Harper, unlawful driver license, fined $130. or produce Shoulder ROast .. 1.8 8L ,
'Appearing In Bradford Count/1 -
speed, fined $39., license and pay $55.25. -
Barbara Jean Williams, wilful- Douglas Martin Steele, Improper Criminal-General Court October 17, Lean Meaty .
wanton reckless driving, fined $85.50.' tag, fined$55.25. were the following cases f Stew Beef ,1.99 'L
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Rosann drivIng
Barbara Jean Williams. no tag, fin- Huntley Esparza, impropertag 1st Cut
ed $23. fined$53.25.Appearing while Intoxicated, casedroppedby 990
Evelyn Deloris Hampton, no valid the state attorney.1Brooks a Pork Chops .. :... .'.: .
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produced$25). Misdemeanor Court were the follow- 30 days in Jail.(time has.been Style "g': CC'dsp
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Evelyn Deloris Hampton, careless ing cases on October 17. served). ?, *; ..Sausagei., .
driving, dismissed. Gene L. Todd worthless'check, Brooks, no valid driver,license. M (
Ernest Lee Copeland, no valid make restitution and pay $25 cost. days in Jail (time has been served). t Country Stjie or

driver license, fined $130 or produce Rose M. Hayes,worthless check Brooks,opposing an officer without ; Rib s. ... .. .. ,..'. :. 1 19
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Richard Michael Miranowlcz fail-i ; $25 cost. ed). l L ettuce .-. .... .. .1rr J 1 Lean a Meaty Pork i

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1 There were two arrests for traffic Clyde Hogan McCrea was charged Roberts. .
violations October 18, according to with driving under the influence. His Bond for McCrea was set at$300, he Package Plan Package) Plan
Trooper D. C. Roberts.' The driver of alcohol blood level was .15 percent' was released after he posted a surety 1 2-3 Ib.Chuck Roait FREEZER BEEF 2.3 u..Slab For*. Rib
I the first vehicle was the owner of the Sharon Warren Phillips, driving bond.Phillips' bond was set at $50, .2.Sirloin Steaks 10 PortE ChopI
second vehicle which was stoppedfour McCrea's pickup truck, was charged she was released, 'on her-'own. 2.1 lb.T.IoIM.-ok t SPECIALS 10..eta CuM Steak,
miles west of Starke. with no valid driver's license. said recognizance.' .
lib.Ground..* s 2 z 1 lit. Beef Stew-
2,1 lb. Chuck Steak 2 r 1 lb.Sliced lace.

. LawteyNews 2-3 tb.Cut-up Fryn 2* 1 lb.Sausage
:. 10 Pork Chop. ... 2* I lb. Ham Steak
1 1- please 10 Breaded VI 9 10 chidc.rrs.Pants
by Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Joe Copeland of Is interested 11
phone 782-3300 Jacksonville were Sunday dinner contact. Sumpter Harley, 10 Ft.h' ... Sides i ..- 2.1 Jib.) Hot Dog
guests of their aunt,Mrs. Resale Red- 782-3279 as there will be another tour TOTAL ORDER$50.6S, '19 ,'TOTAL ORDER
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dish.George ..... $44.18 ,
Friends of David Gaines regret' to -
Those attending the homecoming at Roller of Starke was a Sun- 29
Grace United Methodist Church on day dinner guest of his father,George learn that he is a patient In Abchua. % ord..25. Hind 'QtrS' 1 i4-ord.ir22.Q9.. '
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Sunday from out of town were Mrs. Roller. General Hospital., ; Our.{ prayers. are :fc:
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Katie King, Warren, Ohio; Mr. and We are happy to report that Mrs. WithhLn, -
Mrs. David Moore, Mr. and Mrs. June Brown Griffis returned home Mr and Mrs.. Raymond WUkersoin '", .'
Keefe Harrel, Mrs. Betty King, Mr. Sunday from North Florida Regional spent 'their.weeks vacation at Wat- .
and Mrs. Tom Talley, Mrs. Detrosh Hospital, Gainesville. burg acid fam'. Rev. Anthony
Deboral Arwood,Carla Shearing, all James Colley of Dickenson, Texas Pemberton y
of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson visited for two hours with Mr..,and J.C. Prevatt of Gainesville spent
Blocker, Lake City; Katie Leon and Mrs. Earl Troxell Saturday on his Monday with his mother, 'Mrs. Carl
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Curtis Edwards of Keystone Heights; way to Jacksonville on business. Prevatt. ti| .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts of Miss Elizabeth Terry attended the -- ... .., '.::. ,. .... .:... _" L- ::-,.. ..:;:,.
Keystone Heights; Mr. and Mrs., homecoming at Grace United
Doug Jones, Orange .Park- Mrs. Methodist Church on Sunday. :
George Roberts" Mrs.- Jack EstesifndMra. We-are happy to report that Mrs.
Afartha Mil -jro t;#arke./1 tG+.B.L.j Wilklsou,,,Jr-1>,able, to,be M, "lake inter. :FarmGel1ler: : 'tie ,
The Ramos Singers Sang in the, home from the hospital.Our prayers : : : ,
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Personals.,., in-law, Lt. Col. James Dougherty;son-of ,' 496-3921 H HwY:'?21 St,:,JL )ke, Butler .. :

Mr. and MI'II' Bobby Martin and Montgomery, Ala. spent the weekend I OTe M'C' ,
daughter of Starke moved into the with them. Open i Monday-Friday, 7; -5:30 'Ges + I"T\
Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons, *
Duncan of Mlddleburg visited them Justin and Brannon, of Jacksonville, :Saturday: 7:30 -, '12 Noon p.\\ ad0 ;..v Y.tk,: __ _= a 4"4-,q ,

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Phil Eunice of',Lake City visited his Jay' of Starke, were Sunday dinner yput uo"ge, ;
parents,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, guests of their grandparents,Mr. and cotes t :
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Tammy Mosley of Maxville was Mrs. Sumpter Harley and Mr. and ,: ,, ; "
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parents, Mr. and!Mrs. Harold Eunice. to Israel and spent 14 days. While Ralph .: t .
Miss Catherine Young of Lakeland there they visited Christ's Tomb and JW --a- .,
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. had communion there, the room of the : ..' : :I,:
Hermie Kelly and attended the Last Supper, and took a ride on the Coma ,SwIs'For Your Fencing Needs: .4f '' -:. ,
homecoming at the Grace United Sea of Galilee in a boat. The hotel ) '' : '
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Methodist Church on Sunday. there was beautiful. Mrs.Harley was 47" Heavy Gouge field FAicefr62.25 roll .. :r'! f ,.

Mr. and Mrsi Reggie Norman of baptized in the River Jordan with 17 \ :" 1
Ichtucknee Springs were Monday others by Rev. Frederick Meredith of 3" Gaucho Barbed Wire r- 23.,75: roll .. ,, ,

supper guests of their parents, Mr. Charlotte, N.C. There were 40 in their 5"Gaucho Barbed Wfre""--I; ,21-00 roll; I ': T {: :'f :
They Hew there and back ,
and Mrs. Truman Norman. group. on a .
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was In Phillipl Cemetery under the : Heavy Duty, 5 panel' Panel Gates ;:. \. j,
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direction of Archer Funeral Home.of, : _, \
Obituaries. r Lake Butler. < :r 4, 34"'x'16'"Re ;topHo: ,ers.7Z95eO. .; .,4foot15.951R110fo, ; \ .30.25elch, "J' ,;

""tattled' 6 feot 19.50 each c '12 foot -32.23 each ;
net.i'17.95'ea :
Katie Marie Owens 52"'x T
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"Bonnie" Owens,63,of ;"' ;: : ,8f ot"21.25each' 14 foot 35.90 each ,
Arthur "Art" Lewis Green, Jr. 19 !
Starke, died Thursday in North,
of Macclenny was found dead on Friday Florida Regional Hospital of cancer. J Heavy Duty 7-Bar A. 16 feat t.- '42.25 each :
Oct. 14 in Macclenny.Born Born In Lawtey,Mrs.Owens movedto \ ; u ,
in Jacksonville, Mr. Green Starke from. Jacksonville five <4 foot25.OO p Q cti12.foot: : .37.75 each N, J.I'., .. .,

He moved worked to Macclenny as an attendant one month at ago.the years member ago.of She the was Disabled a housewife American and a "I( t: :' : 6 foot ; 30: 10'ead fc 1'4 foot41:55#each;( : <> 0 46" Chain Unk, sates \

Direct Oil Company, and attended Veterans Auxiliary and was. of the 8 foot:32.25' each i : ;16'foot'44.90eoch'; ; 4 foot 26.10' each 10 toot/ 43.60"ct ,

ches.both the Baptist and Methodist chur Baptist' Survivors faith.include ,her husband : .' ,1 Q foot- 35.8*'t+acI'r?' i\i. ::1 : t'' {ua ,,, '::1 1', i{i6\ t":33.50HCJt :12 foot..*:! 7.25each., .,t' :t-

Survivors Include his father,"ArthurL. John T. Owens of Starke; one son,; ,, :i o1'I.l/i ,,' 4 ')I.!., \ t', ,\! ? ; ,8 filet 37.75 each' ,,\' '14 foot-;54.50 each"- '#'';" ; ,
Green, Sr. of his : .
Albany Gaj William Owens of Jacksonville; one r"" :
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mother, Mrs. Marty Bales Green Clark T'.vft' .\ \ 1 s L.'I' eaeh
daughter Helen Marie of ,. foot58.90 I
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Wallace of Jacksonville; one sister, Starke; four brothers John and W.H. 23 year.,Guaraflt" CCA Prsssww! ,: ';I" : ,;: :
Mrs. Donna Pullan of Macclenny; his Andrews, both of Starke,, Paul An- Treated '' : ,' \ ,) ".' ,60" x 12 long square tube corral panel* 48.95 H' I Ii
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paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. drews of St. Petersburg and A.T. Andrews I

nal W.H.grandmother Green of Lawtey, Mrs.and his Martha mater- 'Elva Lee of Edwards Gainesville of ;Starke four,sisters Emma i 6%*'.x 2"21.30 iii Mi i,t&fc-4"(; f 3,406V4Ix2311.50njch 'eaChV; ,4' ;corral arch cats.-; '43.40 '- h ,' S 'i :' I!

Dorko, also of Lawtey. Crews of Wachula, Gertrude Walker.of 8't".5, 4.25'.Atcti.I 6' corral arch gato,:- 56.20 < :r I Ii
Funeral services were held at 2p.m. Ft. Myers and Juanita Wells of ;) ''''' ::'= "t dh,., ,, !
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-, Don DeWltt Denton C. Jones officiating.Chapel Burial with Rev.in' Starling of Ocala and 'two grand- I 'X31%".4"'> 2.00''y;, 'io u i4'.5-.6'38 LANNATEnuctiolde\26( \ .4optr, Q' I
was children. |
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Funeral services were held at the 6%! x'a*-5",- '228 eapf O' i'5"-6't. 93ac'- i )I" (80-W' Sevln I InssctteM. .,, .*>;(,!2S.Sfl-f: 4H,-p. r w'10 J .. 'ID.m\ *f'\ kd,' ;Y it'
direction of Jones Funeral Home 514 chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral zt
E. Nona,5S4 h, taf.ke.'M" Home at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. IS, :il// 11 .. ;'

Frank M. Bivins i with'Rev.Richard Carney officiating., : /' "29:gauss Metal-Ite&h, ) .2-4-D. Weed Kilter7.50 gal In 5'gal,"cans ;'-"-!.;'.:',,:ir' "
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Frank Marlon (F.M.) Bivins. 71, of Gardens was, Orange Park. Memory. ;6foof..3.90sheet t, ,j, -k '" .' ,' : : ;

Providence, died Thursday moraine ; 57 foot 4.50 sheet .":' .'.,' :. : ': :.. Argentine Bahfagrass SeerJ580Vlb., ,, : 'Y'f l

at Iness.his residence"after .an,extended. William II. Davie ."-) '8 foot ; 5 415 sheet ';'. :'i : .......\{.'..,! 'liTwlw. Pensacola. .Bahlagrass. Seeds, 50 Ib.f .- ",,dfI '
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Born In Columbia County! Mr. William Howard of ; I s j; I We' iIMtJ carry? !" r" ,>! \\'f1
Bivins had lived in the Providencearea {. Keystone Heights died Tuesday/ after- 9fboT2S.80sheet10'fopt6.4sheet rtiIier-S' ''' .mPok : fwaf8'' ; i .;.: ,)i!: -
for the past SO years;; was retired a brief illness.. Mr. Davie had been : r "' s ';T3Z p3ttllevPtaste! WormeW( 12.25Tramlsol t{; be'F t.44'
from the Department of Corrections 'resident ot Jacksonville for over sod> 'lit 'm ati ;: .' hFate ig+ee's' '
U.C.r.j served to the Army In World'War years,war a U.S. Army veteran of1 : ;11 r'f 60 -7,16: sheet !. ', .: '{ Gel Cattle<<: Wormer: -22.C !ttiip. :
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Survivors include hisvwife, Mrs. .Optimist Club of Jacksonville. ,. )2 75. .. .., .
\,Gladys Bielling Bivins of Providence;, He was. a Mason, a member of ter 14foot-9.OOsheet. ::' '' I l" '- .... ". "
four daughters Linda C. Kent of Lake Scottish Rite Bodies and the Morocco} : \I : I ,1 '
City Ann Tan;.;of Ft White,Laura\,;' Temple of the Shrine. He V was 'a?!: ';' '16 foot10.30: sheet i, ;;j; Y Dealer& ( Jt < ) 1

Marilyn B. Hilton D.rnosfbf ofh\Jexand Hil1s!rl'ior'Va.o, Ohio and; \,L W t Association former member of Jacksonville of the Home,-and ButMers theta j;; 1']' 14'',XJcr- *Rid i rd Cap..* 9" :shas4., : : { 1 ;?, ';Minerol-Prucfs i;( :.

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three brothers, Clarence Bivins of National ffff *' 1
''Earlton,Alfred Bivins of Jacksonville Survivors include; his witp, LueUW* + .J 4$! .'ThinsR+ Ryo'. :Ry6grt ss Oats: ur el i\Turf: '. :: xt

and Leonard Bivins of..Lake Butler,, Davie; one. son, James Howard : Baer' !j \ ,3.95.TrOYOf32.hij. { ) :
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-j Corbttt, both of Providence; and five Howard Davie, II and Nathan David \. 'I'\JUU' nemp., ';;)U D'DM'', r \%... -- "ut + 500lh<< :.1.. "IO' ''\'' : I\ \
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iKijf all vegetables, me \JyGe cona, incentive, a atuaemvml receive one.
I Brooker News: V farms, have several varieties of peas '' t free ticket for each ten sold.Principal\ Hampton :'ii- I

.. avallable.and will..continue to have \" ,, Wayne McLeod extend.*' (tothepubllctacoroeandjuininanexciting u _
,.'. ', them until the frost The farm la .,, ., ;..Angela Baker Morgan Esty,,Evelyn!;
', :said located on the Dedan Loop Road off of hHighway citing weekend of 'fun, food and >.fey>>U"'Mea. Rawcliffe, Samantha Truman, Corey
byC.E.8ue"Davli according to Carl Greene wbe. he IB, east of Brooker. fellowship with the.DES students., V pboaeiftSMiaTimberwolves VanSyckel, Frank Williams Kim I
phone 485-1344: / knew from experience' as be was Aunt Wilton, and Stacy Young. '; .
Supper.
/ Lilies star boarder.So many thingswe Brook School News.. PTA Workday... Donna Brewer'a 3rd grade;

Family ReunionFor learned about my husbands early Brooker PTA plans a bigger and Brooker Elementary PTA Halloween The ''Bradford County Angelina Crews; Donald Dick,
the first time we Wf jre atten- childhood little treasures that are so better Halloween Carnival for the Carnival chairman, ,Jmr""Kendrick wolves' Club will sponsor a el Danielle Mersey, Billy Kyle, Donald,
ding a reunion of the Mtltor/i clam and dear to us. The time of reminiscing 1983 year.The carnival will be held at announces workday Saturday per on Saturday, Oct. 22. MeWUIlams ana Sarah Underwood.,
you can imagine the apprehension was halted at I p.m. when the clan the school Saturday, Oct. 29, beginning \ '- Oct. 22,to prepare' r the upcoming chill will IM served from 4 ". Mindy Seville's- grade:" Mark
and anticipation I waa feeling as the approximately 75 strong gathered, with a scheduled gathering at City revival set for Oct. 28. at the City,Hall.Halloween 'Crawford. Josh Cruie. David Fezzell
day broke bright and cl*>' r Sunday around a buffet table laded with Hall at 4 p.m. of'all parade par The workday will include-th* Party... Jessica Fisher, Dana Hall, Joey Kali
food.There was building of booths, painting the outside 1
basket after basket of Padg tt WUUara Price anl'r1etcber
Oct. 2 This was all short-lived as ticipants. The parade will begin at Regina ,
Barbara and I every type of, food imaginable with of the concession stand and i The Tlmberwolves will Rodgera. '
daughter CraVvford sharp.
4:30
arrived at the home of, Ruth Milton plenty to spare after the meal All students'are urged to 'come general cleanup of the school Halloween .party,.on Claudetterrees'SthgradetMelissa: .
As lunch came to a close, the traditional costumes and grounds. Plans are to work: from,8 27j Hampton- area Byrd Wyafl Collins and Aimee
Parrish, north of Lake!' City, for the dressed In .
annual reunion. business meeting was held, followed march in the parade. 5th and 6th a.m. to 12 noon. Kendrick said we 'party will begin at 7 p.m. ,Hodges.Jim .
The welcome we //received was by a rundown of the clan history, by graders wID'enter floats competing need volunteers and appreciates any Unusual costume will be ;' Lewis'\ eth grade: Aftison Ar-

great and the magic words that George Milton, dating from the ISOOs for a first place prize of $15; second hours donated. ,refreshments, will beserved.. =: Cindy Davis and Angela Mit-

brought us into the //old/ was Lillie to the present date. Those traveling place, 'W'j and third place, t5. Many ., Student Election... Woman's Club Thanks .: ,
Milton Davis, wife of/Zarah/ J. Davis, the furthest away were Mr, and Mrs. Of the stud5flt will ride on the fioata. Students of, DES' elected student 7th grade teacher Sandra Sanders,
/ Jerry Marion (also the youngest Local .Supporters that several of her students
the parents of my late husband, Others taking part in the activities. council officers and class reports
George W. Davis. child) from N, Rtchland Texas. will be the pre- cbool, K-3 grades last Monday for the representatives 1883-84- The Hampton Woman's : narrowly missed meriting all A's. and

We were greeted/ at the door by Around Town... )Climaxing the parade, costumes of ,school year. : to thank all who patronized B', this time. ,

several cousins. There was George headed pre-schoolers through 3rd grade will New officers are: President Kelly cent chicken and rice dinner !'Mr*. Edith Shaw Joins Staff
of Texas Carl Little Matthugh Crosby was be at the school sale '
Milton McKinney, ; judged campus. mage
Dyal vice-president Josh Crawford
Greene of Palatka/, Bertie Mae Green for a treat as he and his mother Susie Prizes for the cutest and moat ; ; On Monday, Mrs. Edith Shaw of
Lewis and Stella//, Greene Barber of Crosby, packed a bag for a couple of original costumes will be awarded to' secretary treasurer ,Christina Sarah Bath.Douglas;, .and Birthdays...! grade"V Stark. became the new third grade

Jacksonville-people who are all overnight visits with Aunt last Friday Winnie two lucky students In the above divisions Representatives are: third grade () tt, Frank Sheffield was ; teacher. She replaces Mrs Donna
descendents of Robert and Sarah Ann Howard In Jacksonville V ,Shawn Thompson and Stephen 10, Hope Archey was five Brewer who' has taken another' .
Brannen Milton'' of the Deep Creek afternoon. Along with hundreds of For Information on the parade, conk: McLeod; fourth grade, Josh Lewis Snow was ,17; Oct. 12, V teaching position. V' .
area north of Luke City. other children, Matt attended the tact Mr. and Mrs.Joe Robinson or the, and Shawn Bass; fifth grade Stevie Wadsworth celebrated; () Mrs.,Shaw formerly taught school
Loved ones we had heard my husband Sesame Street "Western Jamboree"Meeting school listed In the phone directory.A Bailey and Tammy Wilkerson and FranU Innocent was 14 and near Macon Ga. We hope ahe enjoys
speak of knowing as a child but the characters from this barbecue chicken dinner will be sixth grade, Don McDavid and Vtence Ford waa 12; Oct. 15, teaching' here. We are happy to have
due to the death of his parents when famous childrens TV.'program was served at 5 p.m. In the school lun Robinson. These students will learn was 13 and Virgie her! .
he was quite young he had lost con lots of fun but the big thrill to Matt chroom. Cost per plate will be adults l the basic principles of government celebrated; Oct. 18. Fire Drill...
with. Our had been that was meeting his favorite character, $3 children 12 and under $2. .celebrated. Oct. josh
tact plans to whom he during the year and will conclude the 19, Last Thursday a fire drill was conducted *
someday we would go into the area The Cookie Monster of, fresh-baked Margaret Ann Dyal, chairman of the term with a trip to visit the Florida and Sandra Sanders also at the school. All students and
bag
and see how many we could locate but Crosby presented cookies.a Returning to school dinner, said she needs additional donations of legislature In Tallahassee. HAMPTON faculty successfully evacuated the
did. baked beans and servers
never Then my daughter Barbara became Monday, Matt shared with his fellow during the meal. Notes were sent Church News... SCHOOLNEWS school In 90 seconds as timed by prin-
Connie Clark.:
cipal
interested Ion the Milton-Davis students an autographed picture of home to parents asking for contrlbu-' Rev. Andy Moon A-B Honor Roll I
history and Dad "Dub" would reach the Cookfe' Monster.Mr. tions for various booths, cake walk. revival will be in announces a Report cards went Hampton Halloween
into the Kidded recesses of his mind, and Mrs. George Pierce and fish pond etc. progress beginning students on Monday.,Those Carnival date Is Oct. 29, from 5:30 .
giving clues about members until a children and Mrs. Mildred Green Several( items! .will be given away ,. Sunday morning Oct.Oct.28 23 at, and continuing the A-B honor roll for the to V p.m. The parade begins at City
small amount of information was were weekend guests of the Terrell that night. Students will be sellingtickets .;" through Church. Rev.the Brooker weeks grading period were Hall at 9. Sale of tickets for f 100 shop
Green family In Macon,. Ga. last Baptist Rudy L. at Wlnn Dixie started Mon-
ping
gathered. V .. .. on several items and each participant \ Williams pastor of the Silver Glen Clark's 1st grade-Christina spree
,
Alma Croft of .week V Collins Tim Crews day. Any adult wishing to sell tickets
Through a friend must have written permission Baptist Church of Jacksonville will be Julie ,
received information that t.. Fail before C.K. Fuqua Sonya please contact Mrs. Frees at school In
Darby, we Canning Time from the parents being guest speaker.The public is Invited to Darley, ,
led to an invitation to the reunion. allowed to take part In the contest of ., attend. Service time is 7:30: Jennifer Jones, Steve Lewis, the, mornings Country store items
What fun to learn that my former' Has ArrivedTo sales. For the next two weeks, the 1<' .' p.m. McCulloughv, Elaine Rb are needed as soon as possible. Menu
mother-in-law was one of the best those of you Interested In cann- students will be competing for three Laurel Sanford. Hamburgers, hot dogs,sausage dogs,
cooks that ever lived in Jacksonville, V drawings of cash prizes. As an added V" Shirley,, Bagwell's 2nd ano-cones popcorn. and drinks will be
-, served. .
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. I Legal ,.Notices. V V "j: I I

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IN tHE CIRCUIT PO. Box 755. Storke.. for the relief demandedIn Rang 4 West (being; also 3: ,Exclusive right to CIVIL. ACTION NO: Florida In Section 30. GENERAL TIRE.' W. a distance of 136....
COURT OF FLORIDA. Florida 32091 Intend to the complaint or petition. the Southerly boundary the use of the name and 83-228-CA Township 7 South, Range RUBBER CO., o corporation feet thence run S. .a
EIGHTH JUDICIAL register said fictitious of said E1of Block 1 goodwill of "GARRARD ,. 22 East Bradford County .distance of 255 .....1,
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR name 'under the WITNESS my hand and North Rang 4 ,West) MOLD COMPANY"; and FREEDOM SAVINGS AND Florida. '. : also d/b/o GENERALTIRE thence run E. a distance)
BRADFORD COUNTY. aforesaid statute. th* seal of sold Court onSeptember thence S 72'1 S' E. along 4. All V contract ormarketing" LOAN ASSOCIATION, TOGETHER with on. SERVICE of 166.72 feet,, thence
FLORIDA Dated this 03rd day of 21.1983.GILBERT aid Northerly. boundary privileges etc., 1973 Guerdon mobile Plaintiff run N. a distance of 653
Civil Department October A.D., 1983 inStork. S. BROWN and continuing S 72'1S'E. which ate the property' Plaintiff home having Identification .... ,feet. to the' P.O.B. (. ?<
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CASE NO. 83-390-CA .. Florida. A*Clerk of said Court along the Northerly of GARRARD MOLD v*. V No. 203S1L. and GEORGE GOETZMAN., at public sale. to"th*
10/06 4tchg 10/27 By: Marian McRoe boundary of Mid Block 1 COMPANY. WILLIAM t. KING. 2025IR.ha ., individually highest and best bidder
EVA BORROR and A*Deputy Clerk South Rang 3 West, The above stated pro- etc.. et.al.. been flied against d/b/a GOETZMAN for cash at the. front
ALLEN E. BORROR IN THE CIRCUIT 9/294tchg 10/20 537.38 feet to FOB. .partIes or* 'being told Defendant. you and you are required CONSTRUCTION. ,COMPANY door of the Bradford
her husband COURT EIGHTH Parcel II: That portionof after your default under to serv a copy of your County Courthouse, In
VS JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF -..-- sold WM of Block 1 that certain Soles, NOTICE OF'ACTION written defenses, If any Defendant Storke, Florida at 11:OO
MILTON RACKARD and FLORIDA. NOTICEOF North. Range 3 West lying Agreeement doted to It on JOSEPH E. SMITH. a.m. on Nov. IS. 1983.
CHRISTINA LYNN IN AND FOR INTENTIONTO South of a graded January 1. 1982 between TO IAFETRA M. Plaintiff attorney NOTICE OF GILBERT I. BROWN
PACKARD BRADFORD COUNTY REGISTER road known a* Market the above' named addressees WAITERS; Residence. .whose address I I. Post SHERIFFS SALE CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy
hit wife, andJOHNNIE CIVIL ACTION FICTITIOUS NAME Road; also that portionof .and Charles .Unknown. Office Box Ill, aron_. : Beulah Moody
DOWLING, CASE NO. 83321CA said EM of Block 1 Garrard, Jr. by reason of YOU ARE NOTIFIED tht Florida 32621. on or V NOTICE IS. HEREBV Deputy Clerk;,
Defendants. Pursuant to Section North Range 4 West fy. your failure to make the on action to foreclose a before November < 19, GIVEN that .I, Dolph' ,C.; Harry M. Hobbs. P.A.
IN RE: THE MARRIAGEOF 865.09. Florida Statutes Ing South of sold road payment that woe due an mortgage on the following 1983, and fll...the Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford Attorney for Plaintiff ,....
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO notice I* "hereby given and East of a Northerly January 1983. property In Bradford original with the Clark of County Florida and T"'LogoICenI" i&4. '
KENNETH JAIMES that the undersIgned prolongation af the /./ U'GARRARD County. Florida. this Court either before under and by virtue of a SuIt.,00.-- : ,
: MILTON STEPHENS WELLNESS. INC.. 720 Westerly' boundary. of -- The West ....51 feet of ,service on Plaintiff' attorney Writ of execution 725 E. Kennedy Blvd.1II.'oi"IJI----,_
CHRISTINA L. RACKARD Husband S.W. 2nd Ave.. Parcel, I. Uot."IYP.rVHAROY. P A", Lot 3 end the East 24.2$' or'I', Immediately" ._pN,_Avt.pi TompoH 33602 {, "''''''I 1 '
1>t Green Street .VS"GjNlAM. ln..vlllfl326Q1. at public sole, ta" the" 811 Joh tHI .... E\9Iv' Lset-.fLoft, ...octo.,.ta>, ..tlutraafteri. otherwise a. the. ,,eb.ve..n5451Court (ei3frMi.4a4.ttt: : ,,'''_ ... < .
Augw.r.0O.'SO5Or'RV ...... .T'Pf.NS'fJ_sole' or /Joint owner, do- 'N0n..t fcWdef for cash, Of I.'f. V REPLAT OF PART OF MT. default will be entered In the 'abova- 10/20 2tchg 10/27 V-<-- .
JOHNNIE DOVVl- Wife Ing business under the at the front door of the P.O. Drawer f 030 PLEASANT ON SILVER against you for the relief styled cause have levied .,::'.
ING. 620 W. Adklni firm nom of BRADFORD radford County Courthouse Stark. Florida 32091." ,. LAKE!, a* per plot thereofrecorded demanded In the complaint upon the following property '!'''-' .
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Street, Starke, Fl 32091. NOTICE OF SUIT HOSPITAL CENTER FOR In Stork, ((904)) 964-5701, c In Plot Book 3. or petition. situate lying qnd''
NO PROPERTYTO HEALTH a FITNESS 932 Florida between 11:00: Attorney for "' Page 20 .of the public WITNESS my hand and being In Bradford County V NOTICE )' *I- "
YOU ARE NOTIFIED East Call Street Stork. A.M. and 2:00: P.M. on Charles Garrord record of Bradford the seal of this Court an Florida to-wlt: OF APPLICATION '
that on action to : VIRGINIA M. Florida 32091. Intend to the 17th day of 10/20 2tchg 11/03 County. florida. October 17. 1983.GILBERT The East % of North FOR REZONING .
Forclosure a Mortgage STEPHENS. c/o Lillian register said fictitious November 1983.GILBERT has been filed against S. BROWN Half (N'.'.) of Southeast. AND AMENDMENT ", "
pn the following described Pylet 9107 Lovnery Road name under the S. BROWNAS _....' you and WILLIAM L. Clerk of the Circuit Quarter (SEW) of Northeast OF THE "
property In Bradford Jacksonville, T la. 32226. aforesaid statut CLERK OF KING and HENRY H. *' Court Quarter (NE'/ ) of LAND USE PLAN,; '
County, Florida: Dated this 30th day of SAID BOARDBy IN THE CIRCUIT ADAMS and NORMA J. ',<;10/20 4tchg 11/13 Section IB Township 6 .
BEGINNING AT THE NE YOU ARE HEREBY September A.D.. 1983.In : Beulah M.Moody COURT FOR 'ADAMS. hit':Ewlfe, and > CORNER of the EVl of the NOTIFIED that an action Stark, Florida. Deputy Clerk BRADFORD COUNTY. you are required to NOTICE! of IS acre. ding the ComprehensiveLand
N'. of SEV. of NE'/ Sec. for DISSOLUTION OF /s/Alton Fisher. 10/13"tchgll/03 t FLORIDA serve a copy of your \lOilam mar or ,less," and a* Use plan Element '
tlon 29. Township 6 MARRIAGE AND OTHER 10/06 4tchg 10/27 PROBATE DIVISION written defense. If any. no longer responsible mar particularlydescribed .and Map by Bradford '
South Range 22 East and RELIEF has been filed NOTICEOF 4J 83-7 run th.nc. S IS feet .against you. VIRGINIAM. --.... INTENTIONTO : FILE NUMBER 1-3508 SWANN AND HAD. .other than Records of Bradford with, the local '
thence run West 350 STEPHENS, and you REGISTER DIVISION DOCK. P.A., Plaintiff' myself.anyone. .. t County In Book 211 at Government Com., ,, -
feet run S. 50 feet to a are required to serve a V IN THE CIRCUIT FICTITIOUS NAME MINREESTATEOP ; attorneyj whose mailing] Ronnie I. Button Fog 527. prehenslve. Planning Act,
point of beginning. copy of your written COURT FOR ] '. address I I. PO. Box 64O, p.O.IIoJI43S a* the. property of the. ofl9lsasprovld.dforlnChops. <' .
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Thence run South 100 defense I'l any to It. on BRADFORD COUNTY. Pursuant to Section MARION FLOYDWIGGINS f, Orlando Florida 3, LOWIey. FI above-named Defendant ., 163 of the. .
feet thence run East 200 the plaintiff attorney FLORIDA 865.O9, Florida Statutes. Decried 328020640. on or before I0/204pd 11/13 .. and that on the Florida Statutes. :- :v:
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feet, thence run North whose nom and address CIVIL DIVISION nolle I I. hereby given the 23rd day of ,; '1' 14th day of November. "' : '
100 feet thence run I I. WM. A. BES CASE NO.83-39 that th* undersigned NOTICeOPADMINISTRATION. November 1983 and file J'. -i :' < '1983 Monday, at one 'TO: All Citizen*:Taxpayers ,. '.
West '100 feet to point of SENT III, ESQUIRE. BES- Richard E, Clemens and the original with the .. < I o'clock noon an told day and other. .interested -.' '' .
beginning.ALSO SENT. MOODY I FLORIDA BANK AT Judy A. Chic, joint Clerk of this Court either NOTICEOF an the premises of the .person ','," ,'
: Commence at SALZMAN.' 403 Wt STARKE. owner*. doing business The administration of .before service on Plalm. APPLICATION Bradford County Sheriff You and each of You ,
NE Corner of E'/, of N'/i Georgia 'Street P.O. Box Plaintiff under the firm name of the' estate of H MARION tiff attorney or 'Immediately Office, I will offer for are hereby and herewith i
of SEV. of NE1/, Section 1056. Starke Florida v. STARKE ROOFING. P.O. FLOYD WIGGINS. thereafter! 'On 10/03/83. VERNON' sole and sell to the given notice In accordance "
29, Township 6 South 32091 and file the BOB L. COOPER.and Box 705. .Stark, Florida deceased. File Number otherwise 0 default will CROSBY POST OFFICE highest bidder far cash. with Florida
Range 22 East. Run West -original with the clerk of other 32091 Intend to 1-35OB Is pending In the be entered against 'you BOX 730) STARKE FL In'' hand the above-) Statute that the, City'
200 feet thence run the obo',.styled court on Defendant ,, ? -.,. register sold fictitious! Circuit Court for ,Brad- for the relief demanded.In 32091. made applicationfor described property i o* Council Breaker Florida, ,
South 1"S ,feet to a point or .before November 10. name under the ford CountyFloida.. .the Complaint and water use .permit th. property of .... said ,wlll conduct a public
of beginning thence run 19B3; otherwise a Iudoe.ment NOTICE OF SALE aforesaid statute. Probate Division1 the od- First Amendment, to -'3.00'71.. for ,on V Defendant to satisfy. said, hearing ot a. 'regular),. '
West 50 feet thence run may be entered Dated thle 12th day of dress bf which .to Bradford Complaint. or pat"..... average dally Execution. ", meeting held' at 7:00,
South 50 feet thence run again I you for the relief NOTICE I. hereby' October. A.D.. 1983 In County Courthouse', WITNESS my hand and withdrawal of '0.0056 i, V .DOLPH, E. !REDDISH P.M. In the. Town Hall\ of, '
East 50 feet thence run demanded In the. complaint given that pursuant to Bradford County. Stark. Florida*32091. th* teal l of this Court on million. gallon perday, SHERIFF Brook, Florida 'on, '.
North 50 feet to point of or petition. the Final Judgement Florida. ,. The' names \and .address October, 14; 19113. :_ from ground water; ,BRADFORD COUNTY Tuesday November OB, 1/
beginning. WItNESS my hand and entered In cos* number 'lO2O4tpdll10NOTiCE ** of the personal GILBERT BROWN located In Section 11.'' FLORIDA 1983 to consider. amen' -
TOGETHER WITH A the *-*al of said Court on 83-29. In the Circuit rep.entotlv..ond the CLERK OF THE COURT Township '06 South' / 4tchg W ,O' 'dIng the Comprehensive' '.
1974 RIDGEWAY MOBILE Octolaar 4. 1983.GILBERTS.. ,Court for Bradford Coun personal '.' "-, < \ ByBeulahM.MoodypeputyCierk Rang 21 East, Bradford land U.. Plan to provide ; i
HOME. I.O. No. RG 1298. BROWN ty. Florida. I will ..11th. '. representative': County 'Florida. for -- that land cu".ntlyI':i
60 Long. As Clerk of laid Court property' situated In OF SALt torney are set. forth V agricultural use.. .r* .designated by th* plan
has been filed against By: Martha E. Struth Bradford County., 'OP COLLATERAL below. >,,;#II' Copy' furnished to: \ Written obectlons| arkInmiMnt IN THE CIRCUIT a* Slngl' Family.,: be ,"
you and you are requiredto A*Deputy Clerk' Florida described a*: AFTER DEFAULT' All Interested persons, ,Swann and Haddock on this .. -' COUR7OJ'THI, omndd and n '
serve a copy of your 10/O6atchg 1027IN Two parcels. of land' ore required to file with P.A., pkctlon7fltOy i" filedi EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT 'designated ae'Mobil .r :
written defenses, If any. THE CIRCUIT COURT compromising portion TO: CLAUD H. STONE this court. WITHIN;l'HREE\\. ,'.0. Box 640 wnlh thei Gov.rnlng1) OF THESTATEOPFlORlDA Home. the property of' ,
to It on WM A. BESSENT. EIGHTH JUDICIAL of the WM of Black 1, ,AS5Oc.. INC.d/b/.' MONTHS OF THE FIRST1 Orlando Florida Board of the Suwanne MR. AND MRS/ C.J., ,
III. BESSENT. MOODY < CIRCUIT South. Rang 3 West; the GARRARD JOINT PUBLICATION OF? THIS:<' ,33803-0640, Rlvir. Water Manage1menV .. INANOFOR'BRADFORD .STALNAKER,. described '
SALZMAN 403 West OF FLORIDA.IN EM of Block: I South. VENTUREP.O. NOTICE ((1)) all t Claims" '.0I204tche 11/13 District. Rout 3.; COUNTY;' o* follow*: , .;> .<
Georgia Street P.O. Box AND FOR Rang 4 West; the EM of Box 16634 against the. estate and Box 164. lIve Oak, Fl ." CIVIL ACTION't ..' lot- (even' (fl'nd', ;.
1056. Starke. Florida BRADFORD COUNTYCIVIL Block' I North. Rang 4""- Nlmltt Station ((2)) any objection by an .-k .1 ,,3206 until /14183., ,. ,,' No.83-216. 'eight ((8) of Slack two((3U) ," "
32091 .before November. West and the WM of San Antonio. Texas Interested parson, to, V. ,<" Itchg 10/20 ..,i ; ,Corlotta .Subdivision f t';-''" ,
17. A.D. 1983 and III.' Block 1 North Range 3 78216 .whom this nat< the original with the' ACTION ,West:. all In Simon J. mailed that chaHonge*. COURT OF THSY' -;,.,.'J'j Inc; a Florida,' seventeen (I7X;
Clerk of this court either CASE NO. 83280In Temple's Subdivision o*' and the ,validity of .th* will '- EIGHTH JUDICIAl:\ v Corporation' V Township ,..lren \ ((7)) f%
before service on plaintiff per plat thereof recorded ,the qualification ft the..11 I CIRCUIT/IN AND FOR NOTICE PlamtlH ,.' r South Rang.. twenty ((20) I I" ,'
attorney or ImMediately re: The Marrlog of In Deed Book C, Peg BERTRAM GOTTFRIED :.personal representativevenue BRADFORD. COUNTY.: OF' INTENTIONTO v* loot' T ','... \P..I,.:
thereafter; MARTIN H. CARLTON. 424 of the public record 157 Churchill Street or jurisdiction, ; FLORIDA REGISTER LEON SWEAT and You are.further given' '
otherwise a default will Husband. of Bradford County Sat.llIsIsavh,, I'IJ,32937" the court. ,!,, "",. CIVIL ACTION V FICTITIOUS NAME'Preu i NORMAJ.SWEAT;I tOOTICE that a copy of -
be entered against you -VB- Florida: said parcels being : ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS CASENO.B3370CARAiPH&MOOtI .4 t t Isle"wife and ,(old proposed OR.DINANCB -. c
for the relief demanded SHARON R. CARLTON more particularly GARRARD JOINT. NOT SO FILED' : I" nt"to\ Section i iB6S > PLEET FINANCE. I I. ovaltabla fo.""f'
bv the complaint. Wife described a* follow: VENTURE. WILL' BE FOREVER BAR. ( > .09, Florida Statute, Inc..formerly your; Inspection' *ftht-f,"'J.
DATED this 6th day of SUIT' Parcel I: Commence at 201 ElCerrliotan" RED.' !irtPublication J : and hi.wife.. notice I I.being given. that knownasV OffIce. of City tHaI ,($ ,
OF .
October. A.D. 1983. NOTICE an Iron pipe located: ot Antonio", Texas" ) fa' (,4ie MYRTLE MOORE 'the; undersign, David, ,SOUTHERN DISCOUNT' Breaker, FlQrkta.,1/ .
GILBERT BROWN NO PROPERTY the Northeasterly, corner'", '78233 'I' '. ',' Notice ha begun on October I. .Plaintiff. V. FtfffVMf and Jon J. COMPANY Defendant, Each and every person'f$> "
Clerk of Circuit Court of aid WM of Block'I >: 20. 1983.ft ; I Finch; '.0." Box' <1*;" '' having i any Interest 1f.
By Martha E. StruthA TO MARTIN H.. South. Rang 3 West(being PLEASE: TAKE NOTICE.. '., ,. .HEUN.XSANFORD ", .' Brooker* Florida 32622,' "'"NOTICE OF SALE whatever In the enactment -. ; .
*Deputy Clerk CARLTON. HEREBV olIO the.Southeaster that ofler.the),1st day of ,, p r S 5 ntatl I vet' ,' olsdV ...., ,. 'J J"I faint1 owns,.,' doIng ,. .4"- of this prapese4ff
ARE
,IO/lUlCh9.11/03 YOU ty corner' of sold Block V December. 1983 '..the MANA LUCILE WIGGINS' bELORISHIBDON,) bushtes. ........'the firm.afWATEDEDFAC ,/NOtiCI' I Is Kereby ORDINANCE, should 'OPO" J1
NOTIFIED that an of action' North, Rang :3 West) torP06 undersigned.... .CHARLES Route r ....270 "I pfn4ant. J", nam* given that, pursuant toon. ,peor and be heard otrhe'7;; ,:/t.
NOTICEOF for dissolution has been mar-filed end runS 17''Wol.g / CARRARD' shall sell, or Brooke'! Florida ; ', '" TORY. CaiRd.' '?.., .order *r Final Judge- 'HmaondploefDfeserlb-J. ',;/! '
INTENTIONTO lIege and the Bo'trty boun-4 .Intend to..II.at private, V Vt's N41Xf5)ATIQftOt ", Brooker,,' fl :32632. .Intend ni'WJt entered 'H% ....' ed. ,";I) ;;; 1''1
REGISTER against you you or* 'dory .f sold WM, of Slock i sale all of the asset of Attorney for PareanalRepresentative ta register sold f Wtltlove above captioned cose, I TOWMCOUNCttOF :'ti
FICTITIOUS NAME ."required to serve defenses.If a Copy. 1 South Rang 3 West., GARRARD MOLD COM- :... ,"'C:., HaEM'' jI: N-l' name under theaforesaid .","I.U, the property V 'BROONtR. FLOitIDAiC', '.'
of your written 630.22: fwot-,to an-Iran' PANY.. Lewtey, Bradford., }A.Z.ACKINS,JR4kL-: :FORCT.i 1 730 DoughertyStr statute',. ,..IIu.tIII IrsdfordCounty ]I !Iv: LlndoIllabI.'j'Pr' ';,.<'
Pursuant to Section, any ro It. on the' plain.tlW. pipe located at, fh* County' Florida. M4 P.O. Box 1030 i 3' ) ; .*rv'Whb-Clfy/{ bated ihls'Isthdayo4OCtobOV.A.D. ,.Florida weecrlbi1' ;. l.M.-ICtam: ,' ,[*r <
865.09. Florida Statute. .. attorney whose Southeasterly .'corner eluding! ,.butt' no' 'lImited ; '-.1 GainesvIlle Fl 3292 MistOuvi6481O." -" .:,,.3. ln ,led. 01.i ,".- V ,M1 1W20't--: ,
notIce I ii hereby given name and addressIs I thereof, thence. N 73iy tos 04312.333I 1'.r.1;; ,YOU:. ARC NOTTFIEDt Bradford. County; : "/: Commence; at the.Nt r : V' 'w"js;,,:,
that the' undersigned DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A., W, along .th* Southerly I.. All Inventory. .. .;' 10202tcbylO2'ii"V : that arvect.'onltA: cancel l0/2O4tp4I/1O'. comer"of th* EM ot the ...'. :11 ,I'f.i& .
Leonard Victor Griff Is. P.O. Drawer 1030. boundary of sold Block L'. block. and >hce.ea..rd... GMt foreclose a contract' ,;" I" ; "I.'i.t, >*4CM of the SWVft.of See- .,. ,.'V-" c ffi._.. : .- '- ,
P.O. Pox 739 Stork" Stark. Florida 32091. South Rang:3 West. 334.. ,equipment located atOARRARO. .. .. ,' .... .far dw. .d on *following i 1. '.,.-, .. lion 1, Township South, .. ..". : ,(,"'..' : "1'i""'":?-
Florida 3201.: sole (904)) 964-5701 and fll* feet taan. -Ironptpe: MOLD COM.. .. "",' ":' .describe*!.,..property; InBradford. ." "- ,.. Range 2) ,East teethe ,o'u&.Crfbe,,, ";.\
owner, doing busIness. the' original with the thenc N"oul'lS" W PANY. ness. Unwtf'rUflorktotu t ,fC', ,lNTHt0UrVin '". Covn71plrl V'; 'lNiHCOUNTYi '.0." Run W. slang the< i'Y- C :i"
tinderfhe firm name of clerk of the above styled 665.23fess'fo, an Iren' : ., ..,.." \j 1 1ft .eu; COU", i u' ","." V N. line of Mild 'EMa .1 .. ",', 1(" '!:. .
VICS BASS 4 BUCK court on Of befor October pipe located an the Northerjy. .. -Lra1972nedcnaftt) rv V" EIGHTH ,' 't""' ta'$2."l5'id! I6.'OP' .Q' Erlt1jilcMI&liIe. ill) 'Ot.W.f..i- .. ""' ,
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SPORTING 00005,3: MI. 38, .1983: ,other'vls boundary *f joldEM : .truck (IO..,whlr2V.r) : ;,:;!, ';CIR<;UIT.SR ". *"of' the North I Mr ,,, $!Wil! "dl __ 4tIIJ.- J-H"
a Judgement may at slack I South. fa.tt COUNTY.HJX : t'H'. .,.. ..: ........
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