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Man Runs Into Crawford'had .l Edward Shippa, 51, of Starke was bond. r',,'"' ., AI Jerome McGoogln\ of
Grocery I on several occasion October 22 and charged with arrested October 24 and chargedwith
With PickupAn incidents of similar; driving while-intoxicated and driving Robert Frank Bates of Jacksonvillewas driving with unlawful blood
.. while his license was suspended, acCording arrested October 24 and charged alcohol level, an improper tag and no
apparently dissatisfied arrested and charg-:- > to Trooper D. C. Roberts.. with driving while intoxicated and valid drivers license, according .to
customer drove his Ford pickup intoxication." Shipps was stopped one mile east of 'refusing to sign the citation, accor- Trooper D. C. Roberts.
through the Smith Lake Grocery on released after he,. Starke on CR-100A driving a 1973 Dat- ding to Lawtey Patrolman C. D. McGoogln was stoppedalcohol
SR-214 Monday afternoon causing extensive bond. I '. sun truck. His blood alcohol contentwas Carter. south of Lawtey.
! damage to the building. i .22 percent. Bates was stopped on US-301 drivIng level was ,13 percent.
Joe Esmond Manous, 63, of i'I : Bond for the charges was set at a 1977 Ford van. Bond for the charge was set at$379.
Keystone Heights was arrested and $500 Shipps was released after he Bond for the charge was set at$325. McGoogin was released'on,his own.
, charged with aggravated assault with posted a surety bond. Bates was released on a surety bond. recognizance
Depart.
i a motor vehicle and criminal
j mischief Drill ,j ---' --
over $1,000.
I There were no injuries in the accident Thomas Mitchell Edwards 32, of / ,
,i according to Captain Scott Lan- going off Thursday' Starke was arrested October 23 and
caster. gave one a strange charged with driving while intoxicated
Manous was released from the Clay l has been quiet and reckless display of a Prices Good thru November 26. 1983
County Jail after he posted a $1,902 > been any fires firearm, according to Patrolman
bond. Bobby Lewis. ,'Wayne Wilkinson.
part of a fire drill Edwards was arrested at the
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Gainesville Woman the fire drill a?:. Orangewood Apt.where he aUedgedly
Charged With DWIA on extrica was displaying a
fireman Jim Cason. ;f threatening manner, said Wilkinson.
Gainesville woman was charged equipment from the +':,',His blood alcohol content was .31 percent
with four traffic violations Including and a car .
driving while Intoxicated following an Salvage. I I' Bond for the charge of DWI was set
accident near Lake Butler. Department ap- at $500, bond for the firearm chargewas
Penny Lynn Wilkins, 21, was ar- interest and set at $300. Edwards!: was released
rested October 20 and charged with an automobile for on his own recognizance.
DWI, wilful-wanton reckless driving, advancing the
refusing to sign a citation and g in extrication Sally Padgett Crawford of Starkewas
resisting arrest with violence, accor- of victims from arrested October 23 and chargedwith
ding to Trooper Calvin Pace. said Mr. Lewis. driving while intoxicated,accor-
Wilkins driving a 1970 Volkswagen, ding to Trooper B. A. Williams.
was southbound on CR-121 four miles i Crawford was stopped one mile east
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south of Lake Butler when her vehicleran J of Starke on CR-230 driving a I960 SELECTION
off the shoulder of the roadway. .Mercury.
Wilkins overcorrected, came back Bond for the charge was set at$300. Over
across the highway and ran off the County' Crawford was released on his own
east shoulder and into bushes and : recognizance.
brush. authorities there : 'I
Damage to the VW was$250. in Bradford 30
Total bond for the charges was set past week. .o 1 :',. ,
at $500. Wilkins was released on her Roberts of Lawtey Franklin Eric McClenahan, 18, of r
own recognizance from the Union 21 and charged Starke was arrested October 20 and .f
County JaU.Starke. license, accor- charged with driving while his licensewas Panels
R.W. Keen. suspended or revoked, according ;
stopped on US-301 ", to Patrolman Keen.
Arrests after he posted. .:' Bond for the charge was set at$200. '". )' t
For ShopliftingThere :\ McClenahan was released on a surety

were six arrests at the Winn I'
Dixie Store in Starke according to city \ : + ;
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Diana Marie Smith, 23, of Starke picture y'
was stopped by a security guard Oc-,
tober 14 in Winn Dixie. Smith was ar- BOOOQ !
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rested charged shoplifting,
according to Patrolman R. W. Keen. 'catches the
Cindy L. Bilanski of Starke was arrested -
October 10 and charged with before itdisappears $100off .
shoplifting, according to Lt. Lane sheet
on any ;
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A juvenile and Mary Alice DeSue

was arrested for shopUfing, accor- of paneling l we deliver.
ding to Captain Scotty Rhoden. :
Carol M. Luke of Starke was de- In local area.
tained by a security guard at Winn
Dixie October 21. She was charged nerclor i
with shoplifting-theft, according to
Patrolman Keen. '
Zerline Carter Aaron, 50, Starke 200
was stopped at Winn Dixie by a .Sheet.O

'arrested security theft, according guard and,,rOetober charged to Patrolman 21.with Aaron retail Greg was + ) ," ..'-. "+1""fcBd' You; 'jHa.ititr,( *" rVUftAll aycIM; = .Is'>: 'J,'left'.(1j 3 .

Nichols. Bond for Aaron was set at Panels are Priced, on the Display Floor ",
$200, she was released on a cash bond.

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Charged in AccidentA
local TGY Camera. Single $784
22-year-old Keystone Heightsman for details regarding
was charged with DWI after his 'and United Airlines Twin.$14283Pack.$1790 LYARgiSPECIALS! =
vehicle collided with a parked car 100.00 off promotion" .
pushing it into a chain link fence. to oik about our great I/
Terry Edward Head was arrested i *-
camera*
October 22 and charged with speed to
fast for conditions and driving while .37 S. Wikwt. St
intoxicated, according to Trooper t 11II1: sw. ,mImteytta 1x2 Treated l
William 'Abrams. Heads blood t ,
alcohol content. was .10 percent. _
Head driving a 1974 Ford, was
southbound on eight miles south of 8' Furring
Starke on CR-21B at 11:15 p.m.,failed _
to stop for a stop sign and slid throughthe
intersection. The Ford hit a parked ii-yr Strip
1974 Pontiac forcing it backwards -? _
through a chain link fence,damage to -r---
the fence was $100. SEASQN _
Damage to the Pontiac was $1,300. OPEN
Bond to the Ford was $600. 5 NOV 12
for the charge was set at$300. 1983
Head was released after he posted a I 4ge:
surety bond. thru November. 12,1933:. ea.


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More._ Duds We Will Order Your

from page 3 !! Rifle or"Shotgun Panel Liquid '.; '

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clear the target zone with the men we t Nails
have now so we were forced to close I For Only 1O "
the area so no one would be injured or S .20 % off $'.1.29'tub
even killed." I I! Over Dealer Price

The Hunter's Day set for November 1 !
I Hurry This .Offer Is Limited
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6 will feature a variety of activities 1 ,

sonel.conducted by Camp Blanding Per- i To The Next", "" ,Weeks 20 ,% off All Prefinished. r


"This event will give the hunter an I 1. "" .
opportunity to become better informed I ClIme Molding in Stock
on the potential safety hazards on i I. FACE: C MD"DD
Camp Blanding and provide some
entertainment for the entire family," I PA.INT Thlrts
said Lieutenant Col. Karl Swlnduil of 99 ; AI SIz.,
the Guard."Additionally,some sportsmen ; ; .' _...
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will be able to use a special ea. x
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range we've set up to sight In the ,

scopes Another on their demonstration Runs." will involve II & qua S'IUltJng' capII' ,Sheets of Foam insulation


some ordinance experts explodingsome ,,,,...., I '
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"The explosions should provide a I ; '''$ '';
dramatic example of what one of I ; j.\.JI,, !"' 'Kid; .. r .. each '
these shells could do if exploded ac- 1 ; 20% 0" { WoodlandCamoflagu I

cldentlally out. In the field," Capt. ,1 All Hunting *I -.- -- ._ .w '
said. "We - -- '-
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that anyone I ( ; ; Fatigues 1
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Other activities a(the Hunter's Day I ..': !i, .''f';;:::' ..J'I"' .' JACKSON : ;. I "
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will Include a black powder .. .
demonstration.a presentation from t ''II. '
Bear Archery and an Informalton 1 ( VouigmrrioTHE ; : '
booth operated by the Florida Game BUILDING
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. 1 : !,.. .. 'i 'SUPPLYficlke
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I Florida Internal Revenue. Taxes Drug. Trade. CThe a StateOver .., ,:.. :'. 't I I ?, ;a I

NOTICEOne
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100 high-level '. 'hKu.: /';." :'.", ""-
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drug traf During the 'peri
54 '
years
past
Investigate the flow of drug'. percent rate
\ Illegal null
tickers, financiers and others involved sons engaged in these activities have a amount of inure
In laundering cash for drug deals been convicted and sentenced to money in and out of Florida Heye than $10,000 Whose true owner cannot I g
have ben indicted in Florida during serve prison terms averaging 6V4 stated. The IRS has also participated be Identified. The IRS can make Immediate page 8 of this week's TG&Y circular,
the past two years for criminal tax In the Vice-Presidential Task Force in jeopardy assessments when the
The fines Nestles
years. imposed against price on King Size
law violations!. Merlin W. Heye, Inter- these Individuals averaged nearly South Florida by'' probing money an underling or courier in an illicit I states the advertised sale Candy BarsI
nal Revenue Service district director laundering as part of the effort ot transaction Is found with large I for price is 3 Bars
$40,000. One Central 1.00.
Florida This
high- combat South Florida amounts of I is in error. It should have
for Florida announced.In level trafficker crime. cash and denies owning it. i
drug was sentenced read. 74
to l'
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addition the IRS since "In recent months we have assessed I shown sale price is for
1980 has 49 in I
and fined
years jail
and Criminal drug
$200,000 tax Nestles
investigations of and collected Large Candy Bars. We
assessed more than $350 million, in given a 10 year prison term. traffickers more than $750,000 I regretthis /
are continuing to receive error and
federal taxes on the under this procedure, Heye noted. any inconvenience caused.TS'Jf7Y.
profits of 630 The majority of the criminal I
cases high
priority, Heye added
;;noting that'presently II
Florida taxpayers Involved "Investigating the flow of .
inthenareotics' money
stem
from IRS' s participation In more than one-half of the associated I f.I
with narcotics
trade. "These
assessments Florida Cash Flow Project (Opera- IRS special agents in Florida trafficking
are
resulted from quite often zeroes in on the financial
our agency's becoming tion Greenback).
Originally a south assigned to this effort. Besides the individuals -
resource of
aware of Individuals engaged In drug Florida project Operation Green- people this tradepeoplewho
already Indicted, the IRS is
trafficking; .who most often are tax evaders,"
accumlated
large back Is now statewide In
"This
currently
scope. Investigating 115 additional
mounts of cash or other assents joint effort with the Drug Enforce- persons involved in drug traffickingor continue Heye said "Consequently substantial we will I 1 .
without accounting for them on their. ment Agency and the U. S. Customs money laundering.. to devote
Income tax returns," Heye noted. ce.vlrn h.." rnnhtwl im to tr,.r.. ttnit The. IRS is also able to tax at the 50 I behind resources this to trade ensure la taxed.that "the money family centers ;,

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F. Yackel. Sr. Margaret D. Russell Jonesboro, Ark.; one daughter, Helen\p .I Punta Gorda, David McAlister of
George Frank Yackel Sr., 88, of Margaret D. "Marge" Russell, 58, Ann Bennett of Jonesboro and several ,'. Canal Point, Fla. and Paul McAlister
Hampton died Monday Oct, 24, at of Keystone Heights, died Thursday grandchildren and great of Raiford; two brothers,Ancel Greenof
Bradford Hospital. at North Florida Regional Hospital of grandchildren. Roanoke Va. and Louis Green of
Born in Syracuse New York, Mr. cancer. Burial was in Jonesboro, Ark at 1 Atlanta, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs.
Yackel was a retired! railroad conductor Born In Jacksonville, Mrs Russell pm. on Monday Oct. 24, with Beulah Thornton of Starke and Mrs.
; had lived in the Hampton area for moved to Keystone Heights 11 years Farmers Union Funeral Home in Addle Rhoden of Raiford; 16 grand- OKRA Cucumbers
the past year and was of the ago from Jacksonville, She was vice- charge of arrangements children and eight great grand-
Methodist faith.Survivors president in charge of the bookkeep- children.
include his wife, Mrs.' department Keystone Edith M.D. Collman
Carrie Yackel of Hampton; one son. State Bank. Mrs Russell'' was a Mrs. Edith M.Delaney Coffman 64 Funeral services were held Tuesday -
George Frank Yackel, Jr. of New member and past president of the 'of Lake Butler, died Wednesday, bet Oct. 25, at 2 p,m. at the Raiford 79CIb. 12$1Mustard
York; four grandchildren and nine Order of Eastern Star Chapter No 279 19, in the Alachua General Hospital : Holiness Church with Rev. Riley
greatgrandchildren.Funeral in Keystone Heights end was a ,after an apparent heart attack. Pridgeon officiating Burial was in
services will be held at a member of several square and round Born In Mt. Vernon, Ky.,Mrs. Coff : Sapp Cemetery under the direction of
later date at the Albany Rural dance clubs In Gainesville and man lived most of her life in Lexington Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Cemetery in Menands, N.Y. Local ar- Jacksonville. She was a member. of Ky. until moving to Lake
rangements are by Archie Tanner Faith Presbyterian Church. Butler one year ago. She was a
Funeral Home of Starke. Survivors include her husband member of the First Christian Church i I In Memory $425

V James W. "Russ" Russell of of Lake Butler. ,J
Lonnie G. Teston Keystone Heights; two 'daughters, Survivors include 'one daughter, In loving memory of Elbert Erie Collards
LonnIe Guy Testes 73, of Lawtey, Susan Valentine of Mrs Peggy Pollard of Cape Thornton.. Bunch
died Saturday, Oct. 22, at North and Judith Ann Sylvester Keystone Girardeau, Mo: two sons, Rev. Bill A year has passed since you left us.
Florida Regional Hospital Heights: her mother, Mrs Edna M. Delaney of Lake( Butler and Rev, We miss your smile, your laughter,
Gainesville following a lengthy. illness. Daniel of Jacksonville; three sisters Charles Delaney, missionary to Zambia 'your joy in life GreenPeanuts
Betty J. Daniel .of Apopka, Marie: Africa; four brothers Homer We love and miss you more each
Born and raised in Lawtey the son Tournaux of Jacksonville and Annette Hickey, Everett Hickey and Ernest passing day.
of the late James plain and Ruby DuRant of Keystone ,(Heights; and Hickey,. all of Lexington, Ky. 'and Your wife and children .
Brown Teston former Bradford three grandchildren, Gregory Alan James Hickey of Seville; Fla.; two I' Elizabeth Ann,Jimmy".Ginger ;

County residents, Mr..Teston was a Valentine and Nicholas Barrett, sisters, Nancy McCauslin of
heavy equipment operator and was Valentine both of Indianapolis. Ind., Georgetown Ky. and Ethel Clifford of I
also employed by Sunland Training and William Hart Sylvester of Dayton, Ohio;;' eight granddaughtersand t :
Center, Gainesville, as a cottage Keystone Heighta.Funeral three great grandchildren. C. { s 49C I
parent until ill health forced his Funeral services were held Friday FLORIDA Ib ,
services were held at 3 morning Oct. 21, at 11 a.m. In the
retirement in 1972. He memberof
was
a pm. Monday, Oct.. 24, at Faith I It
the First Baptist Church of First Christian Church of Lake Butler THEATREStarke
Lawtey.
Survivors Include his wife Presbyterian Church in Keystone with Rev. Jerry Smith officiating.
Minnie Harris Teston of Lawtey, ;Mrs one; Heights with Dr.'James R. Neale, Jr Burial was Sunday In Mt. Vernon,Ky. 964-5451 Grapes Norman'sProduce .
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Betty of
Mosley Memory Garden under the direction was in charge of arrangements Fri. thru Thurs. White Red Black
Lawtey; one son, Vernon.Teston of of Jones Funeral Home of Keystone ,
Little hock, Ark.;. two brothers, Heights. In lieu of flowers contributions
Tressie G. McAlister 7 BIG DAYS
Charles E. Teston of Omaha, Neb. & Seafood .
be made to the American 0
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and Mrs. Tressle Green McAlister 61,
George W. Teston of .
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Park FI32067.
Sanford and Mrs. Mildred Brown of Bradford Hospital .following an extended Ib. U.S. 301 N. TempleCollector's

Orlando; seven grandchildren and Illness. q r
Elmer A. ,
three great grandchildren. Epps Born in Raiford Mjrs. McA7isterbad ., .
Funeral Elmer A Epps 76, of Jonesboro, Jived there most of her life and .... .
services were held Tuesday "Ark.:died Friday;?Oct.:r21, at the VA was member the Raiford'fciSuivlvors'4ncifu3etvo L l1L 4 '..f..1\'I. 'j.:1.I: : .
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{ in Lawtey p.m. wiuYWvDavia tfAlflrJ' ;,>>.HJY1Phls, Te, m.jTollowr-. ,,00, esa..c r\bto l daughters-:-"; '..,, t, FREE!f Oxnarnent..", "I ',' "._.; I"'I. ." I.' .

Brown officiating. Burial was Survivors include his wife, Marie Mrs.: Vernell Sllcojf of Starke.kml' \
In Lawtey Cemetery under the direc- Eppe of Jonesboro, Ark. four i ,
; sons. Mrs. Carol Smith 'of Punta GordaS Brochure!
tion of Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof Bill Epps, Harold ,
] Epps Jimmy Epps four sons, Millard McAlister 5Nt1f
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ARTHYR. J. I ,... '. ,. .. "l' 0;. I..IItJ.I. .,
II Hampton Hilites.by ; : : u> n S I' '. ". .' '+\"fiH .1o' "iw;>
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phone Dolores 468-1913 Meng candy Children to school are asked by Friday to bring for bagged later :5IGN. TWE Life OF L MUST 8E. DILIGENT '7 lIE? ARTHYRf'! '" \, j ': l \'. -.J"J: ;

Halloween Party Tonight.. distribution.Country Store items will also be ap- AN UNPUBLISHED 005E55FD: : \WITH HIS\ GILLIGAN'-Z5LAND'" ';: l',. ;t", ,I ;.

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The Bradford County Timbers preciated. ARTHYR 15 NOT AN CRAFT NOTHING' /1U5T 'u/nv.1; 'i2-i>'''- 'j '
wolves Club are sponsoring a Halloween Poster Awards Glvrn.. EA5Y' ONE.. I SWAY HIM MOA HIS/ IS ,ON.F/o ;:: :' 1 .
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Party tonight, Thurs., Oct. 27, Invited to CREATIVE PEST/NV.: / ,. ; 'I'I'' "?)' ,'fl.
All school children were ..
for children. Prizes for '
Hampton area Contest t' .':" !' >" : 1 -!"
unusual or beautiful costumes will be participate in the Poster -.J \ ..
Carnival. "' --= -' ,<;nk'1''
awarded. advertising the Halloween ./Jvm. -. r-/ "' -, ,, ..tf .,::,
Refreshments will also be served. Posters were judged on originality, h Qf ( (2 ,:'., : ."
&:. Festivities take place at the City Hall theme and nea : .( ,
beginning at 7 p.m. Mrs. Jolene Friese distributed car- .... : .
nival tickets on Monday to the prize { p
Ladles Council Meets... winners. First place. winners were
tickets second and third
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On Thursday, Oct. 20, the Ladies given
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five tickets. -
Council of the Christian Church held a 'place winners got :. Wtlllst ? C .
first place were April
Winning
meeting at the recreation hall. Mrs. .
Wilson '
Scoggins, Julie Collins, Kim ,
Hilda Suisse of
High Proceeds Springs was Danielle Box, David Feezell, Tommy -. .," .iI
welcomed of ,
as a guest. $76 /
Condone and Mickey :
Allison Archey .
were realized from the No-Bake Sale

and will go toward the purchase of a Robinson.Second place prizes went to Shan- '" : ,.'. "

refrigerator.Members built non Smith, Steve Lewis, Jose Aviles, ,I/I : i I '
present a ScriptureS '
Cruze, Jessica Fisher, T.J. Or- x.
Cake. Faye ,.I.I't .r : : : f t.
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ton, Misty Koehler,and Cindy Frey. : :
Plans were made for a 'Rummage Carnivalsnw
:
Third winners were James .
.
1 Sale to be held at the church on Nov. 4 place ,. .1' "
Rhoden, C.K. Fuqua, Stacey Young -.'.;.. ; '
and 5, with some new bazaar items .- "
available. Sandra Aviles, David Roberts .:'. 'II-" .. : ,
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4r Donald Smith, Angela Truett and Southslde Elem: ,..if, Set for Saturday,Oct.29,from 5 til 9p.m. Halloween Csrnival parade.will begin 'costumes, will be awarded. will be
Newlyweds... Robert Moorhead. School ': '1 ; ., this years Lawtey Carnival will at 4:30: at City HaU.. A barbecued chicken dinner
,
". Posters are now on display at served In the school cafeteria at 5
Congratulations to Rose Marie business places In Hampton, Southslde Elem. gearing up for be Booths even more planned fun for than the last carnival year. will All students are urged to come p.m. at a cost of $3 per plate' for
Koby and Herbert Daugherty who and Starke. the annual Carnival and adults, and children under 13 will be
Keystone Heights Halloween to be be Bingo, Haunted House; Concession dressed in traditional costumes .
were married on October 7 in Starke. Twirlers Perform. held Saturday, Oct. 29, from 9,to 9 Stand, Cake Walk DunkIn' Pond, and march In the parade. Some grades charged $2.Principal. "
Attends Conference.. : p.m. on the school campus. vf several other Our hot will enter floats in the parade com Wayne McLeod extends a
games. dog
'The Hampton Twirlers dressed In This year's carnival will be bigger booth will also be peting for prizes in first, second and hearty welcome to the public to come
Mrs. WilmaJean Terry accom- matching blue shirts made an impressive and better than ever; plan to eat supper There will be a Fish open.Dinner,beginn- third places. Costumes of'children and enjoy an'evening of fun, prizes,
panied a group of five other membersof sight marching and twirling there. Food available will be hamburgers ing at 5 with a cost of $3 'pre-school through 3rd grade will be good food and just a plain ole good
the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary to their batons in the Bradford High Cokes, hot dogs, coffee; hot plate for adults.p.m. per Judged at the school campus. Prizes time at the Brooker Elementary
Buena Vista last week. There they at- School Homecoming Parade last chocolate, chili; pickles, chicken! & The Costume Parade will be held or the! cutest and most original School Halloween Carnival. ,
.
tended the Conference of the Association .
Thursday.The rice, corn-on-the-cob and
popcorn>
from 5:30 until So
p.m. come early,
of Florida I
Hospital Auxiliary entire student body of Hampton '
pizza. '>$ -
; late for of -
from Wednesday to Friday.They also Elementary School enjoyed. watchingthe Workers are always needed for the stay our evening fun.
attended the banquet when officers parade. of the carnival and all r day Starke Elementary
,
were installed. The Conference took Saturday to help set up booths. Good SchoolThe I
'place at the Lake Buena Vista Palace. Students participating were Stacy new l Food will be available all !day -es.deer'W1neisMlxers Ir

Visitors... Young, Elaine Rhoden, Jenny for workers setting up booths;;. Bradford County Fairgrounds II I
Johnson, Denise Curtis, Tina Meng, there Is no need to go home or nave (301 N. of Starke) will be the scene!of r
Mr. and Mrs. Harman R. Norris of Carrie Meng, Julie Collins' Cheryl other plans for lunches. .'.* this years Starke Elementary School.
,Snellville, Ga. visited several days Thomas, Lisa Thornton, Paula Tickets will be on sale at school Friday Halloween Carnival. I
recently with her sister and brother- Rhoden, Terrie Brown, Jennie Rhea, Oct. 28. Buy your tickets from Beginning at 5130, and lasting until
in-law Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Connelly of Christina Broome, Angelina Crews, 1 dressed-up clowns at a saving price of 8:30: p.m. this Saturday night,Oct. 29,
Hampton Lake. Jaclyn Crews, Sonya Hodges, Tori five for $1, Tickets may also the the evening promises to keep
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mouch of Hersey, Jennifer Jones, Allison Ar- bought at the carnival for 25*each.: So' everyone busy with all the booths and
Toledo, Ohio, spent last week visiting chey Evelyn Rawcliffe ShannonSmith plan to save by purchasing tickets games of chance at the Carnival.
his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jennifer Darley, Stacy Booths to be held at the Carnivalare
Paul Meng. They went sightseeing at Rhoden, Pamela Rhoden and April Doughnuts will be sold at soh of Cake Walk, Wheel of Fortune .
Fernandina Beach. They also spent Scoggins. Friday,' made by the kindergarten Bingo, Country Store BuriedTreasure
two days visiting Mr.and Mrs. David Line leaders were Faye Cruze and classes, at the price of lot'per Sponge Throw Dart 4
Wanner and Jeffrey in Orlando and Danielle Hersey. Donna Samons who doughnut or three holes for iota or Throw,. Bottle Throw, .Bottle Toss; ..
toured the EPCOT Center there. has trained the Twirlers and Sallye three doughnuts for 25*. .,<*] Fish Pond and the Duck Pond., I.Locally ,Owned Price,Wise StoresJoined

Hampton Elem.School Scoggins also marched with them. Booth judging will be at 5 p.m.withthe Together To Save You Mone
Hampton Elementary'School
Carnival SaturdayThe Super PE Students.. winning room earning a prize.: .
Costume contest judging will be at 7pm. ., "
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costume parade for the Halloween Keith Tetstone, the Hampton Elem. Prizes will be given for Cutest,
Carnival will begin at the City PE teacher, has named the Beginning at 5:30: with a
following Scariest and Best Homemade. $ City I
Hall Saturday evening, Oct. 29, at 5 as 'Super PE Students of the Week'for Raffle drawing for a black and Costume Parade from Hall to the'school
p.m. All children dressed in costumeswill Oct. 17-21: grounds, this years Hampton
white television or$100 cash will be at
be awarded prizes. Heather Nickelson, first grade; Elementary School Halloween Car- r '
8:30 p.m. Tickets mayal8obe'pp- Dewars Jack!
Tickets will be nival will keep parents and children
available for a $100 Frank Williams, second grade; Kelly chased at the carnival. ltjwOr! ,* '
busy for the
shopping spree. Cribbs, third grade; Regina Padgett, *, evening. White Tamirov
Booths for fun and purcHasea tfiis Daniels
S Booths Including Cake Walk
Bingo ,
Many interesting booths are being fourth grade; Amy Horne, fifth
year' will be: the Country Stoj'e, v andBobbin'
featured as well as the Country Store. grade; Stacy Rhoden, sixth grade, .Bingo; Cake Walk?Hasinted HfiSe, J>I t Fish Pond will, Hay Ride for, .Label Vodka Black'
j Apples at 6 :
open

tura-B iIf 4oga and CHOnes caramel, po4'corn ap-I:"J'1 2 r and mod"S I *Mickey.uIare bahdVior'tfnd! Robinson fthosen good, seventh on participation.r the basis grade.of .the Candle on Cra, DiDucUfSPond ;" .tulle,.;:faking.o.T. R rt, ''I I J Webrate'1>Jan loy ; 6 tm;W t tt tb. !'1050. &&I' r "'LTR .1 c75nvI !

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1 iilfwfl9: -h I 'b1 !;n"'t.e )"iC/fW914c'1
;desserts and various bever R s. i'E activities throughout the week. Southside staff and at'erihin! land; garrtedBrooKer. 'ftM..D3.. I -
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"Fear of misfortUne ii worsethan r. Elementary '
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SSE News Hasidic Saying School j/=" ;. I School'r
This'years Brooker'Elem.. School
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students for grades kindergarten .ii6t ., ,) "

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South lde also welcomes new KREEN
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; Merrie Shoemaker I Lord Schenley Eli
Music; Dr. Jim Hazzard, School Eacsrtii
Psychologist; Verna Schmidt, return- Calvert' Gin 90
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We also congratulate Mrs. Eugenia
Whitehead on her appointment as

Assistant Principal. Southside .... 6" .
regrets losing physical education In-
structor. Buddy Revels, to a positionin
industry.
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Second and third''year Brownies are Allison Langer.
'' Laura Tout Maria Toth Stephanie Roth. Sally Going Penny

Slivers Sharee Rowe Santlya Sarnt Brittany Bula,
Bobble Weslcotl and Vanessa Powell.

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Cadette Troop 820 with the staff of Brownie Troop 090/) appreciate Include Jeanette" 'Daniels, Sharon MMHea ,
d the Bradford Library hosted a Hallo- everyone supporting their bake vale Thomas, Barbara Thomas, :Samantha 107E West Edwards Road
'I weei party for young library patrons Saturday; fn spite of the rain they are Dame Tracy Vanzant LaShawn Mc- Ref'ro )
Tuesday afternoon. The party was a pleased with the amount of money Cray Kunitha Melico, tniTs'ty 'I '
success according to the guests and they now have in their treasury. Modisett and Lori Mann. Returning Starke, Florida 32091 h.
!(the hosts. Service Team Manager Diane 'Juniors are Kim Hampton, Danielle
fl. A wide game consisting bobbing Tierney. and Hampton Cluster Chairman Smith,Michelle Connor Karen Rowe, ,. 0 ,
1 U ..for apples pin the nose on the.pum- Andrea1" Abrams attended ,a Teresa Guthrie, Whitney Warren, "I o'' .. f '
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|?-walk. cpocie: decorating and punch;'S,: ,weekend,,both received their trainer Brandee Moody,Sarah Looney Diane "Walkers, Commode Chairs, Convalescence Aids"
13 :was enjoyed by the children. The!; '.Pins.We know we win be able to make Rowe and Tara DeSue.
I ,; &.Cadettea were verY, '&rood alt planners'"and '' use, of their new found 'knowledge.in. .I HOSPITAL BEDS WHEELCHAIRS OXYGEN"
1"" entertainers: ':I !: ?. the: neighborhood. Monday night October 10 Brownie ,
I I!$ 'A*!******treat was the awarding'. ,Junior; "Troop, 605 had their In- Troop 690 invited their parents to
their Investiture at the First United
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J Paf Great job Cadettea.. '< 'Thursday 'afternoon, ;:The parents Methodist Church. Punch and cake 24 Hour Service
with icing served from a FREE DELIVERY -
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! 'The Bradford-Union delegates: refreshments at the .Masonic on table covered with a lace trimmed
I f\OIIted:the',association meeting, for;;- ,OrangeSt. ,, ', ".' green damask cloth by the leaders
: ABU, Black Creek Palatka and Green Leaders for'the troop are Lou Ami 'Andrea Waterhouse1' and Carmen. ..
I 'Co" Spingft at the Clay County jRowe, and Mary' Looney.;New." ,,Juniors, Eaves. We Bill Medicare for You
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Hicks Laurie Mulllns Andrea Diane Waterhouse Tierney,Kathy Cathy Whole House Special (uywa::.HagSBr.):'. 5995'Carpet ....
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NOTICE CARS HELP PERSONAL PERSONAL WANTED LOST/FOUND 1 ,

TRUCKS WANTED SERVICES SERVICES f- .

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AXLES a TIRES Two axles LOST. Tr1-Col.r Walker
should be submitted to the 197S CHIVY IMPALA. 350. REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE CHAIN LINK FSNCIi Install c.,*""*,,' and four tire.. Highest, Hound. No. on side, 827.
Bradford County Telegraph V-8. Power steering Scholarship available for ed. Free..tlmal... Handy. WANT TO ORlNKt price ,.Id. Green' Talon In ear RMH. Lost In
..office in writing and paid pow.r brake A/C. unlicensed person. ERA Man Fence Co.. owner THAn YOUR BUSINESS Welding Shop. 301 South.. Lak.Alto or... Reward of.
'In advance unles credit) 2-door. stereo and radio. Faulkner Realty, V64-5063. Tommy Reddish. 9648559. WANT TO STOP Stark.. fL. 96.-3007. 7/07 f.r.d. Phone .....008.
already established with See at 411 N. St. Clair St. 10/78 rinWOMENi 6/09 1230DRAINFIELD THAT OURS IStchg 10/27 Call collect alter S p m. JRE.1LTY
'{fin office. 964.8872. 9/15 tin Wont to earn on ROCK Bldg.' Alcoholic Anonymous AXLES a TIRES! For' mobile II. Akrldge. 10/27 2tthgMISCELLANEOUS
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY extra $300-$600 per mth. ands, llmerock top oil. t4-41M "tl. 961.6131 home, OUn's Mobile 11/03 f _
CANNOT II HELD RESPON- JEEPS FOR $44 through the" working In your own Larg. or small 1 load*. Ph. 9u.669i'ALANON.. Home Sate Call 964-5606,
klBLI FOR MISTAKES IN U.S. Gov.rnm.nt?Get the home? Call Marie for an 7823172. BRADFORD f. 1O/13tfn PHONE 9$4.7776.4.
.CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS fact today I Call ((312) In.ham. Interview. UMEROCK SALES tfn 7/14 FAMILY GROUP .WANTED TO BUYS Older
tAlC IN OVI THI 742-1142, ..t. 609. 10/13 782-3790.10/20 4tpd 11/10 MOBILE HOME REPAIRS 15 944-6219, type trail.r for cash. Nopeddlers. TEBOlAEf16LLESAR 205 M. Ttrnp.a, Start'1 .
''TELEPHONE.Classified EOW II/24 OLDER LADY NEEDS A year experience workingwith 8/11 14'pd', ': P.O. Drawer A, FREE TO A GOOD HOME
; deadline I. TUES. 1979 CHIVV TRUCK 6 DRIVER M get around. m/h. If you need Stork., Fl 32091. 10/20 Two year old Greyhound
DAY NOON, prior to cylinder $2.300 firm. Especially to see my doc more also customlied HOMES 2tpd 1027WANTED dog, 483-1174. llchg 10/27
.Thursday: publication. 78 -3376 after 6:30 p.m. tor. Call 964.6283. Itpd Add-A-Room built. For TO BUY Old farm FREE TO GOOD HOMIi 2 yr
$ Minimum charge Is ISJword 10/20 2tpd 10/27 10/27 estimates, call 9647724. FOR SALEBY or acreage with bam well old ha'l bull-half y.llow SPECIAL* 1.
for $2.75, then" 10 181 FORD T-MRDi light LIVE-IN COMPANIONHOUSEKEEPER 9/13 MnREMODELED septic. A house would be cur, Loves children. Country Club Estatet Brick on
for .ach wordS loaded. for ROOM ADDITIONS nlc. or would rent to applyon 964->'l38.
scents blue fully Extra OWNER See at 355 St. Itpd 1027'BOATS 1'.c. fan
but mobIl.and down poym.nt. Writ. Skylight cut.hurter .
.h.r.aft.. clean. Must see to ap. two elderly pointing and plumbing Clair St. 2 BR., 1 BA block -
preciate. 78 .3122. 10/20 active lad.... Reference repairs. 25 year ex home.CH/A, like P.O. Box 418 lawtey *. 3 BR.. 2 lA. Mpt. kit..

;Fi42l YARD SALE 2tchg 10/27 preferred. Call 964-7260 or perience. All workguaront..d. n.w.. FHA *carport.financing. Florida 11/17' ;32O58. 10/27 4tchg LR w/l'plac, I.,. DR Ig. FRwbay
1973 PLYMOUTH FURY SWt 4751229. Itpd 10/27 964-7738.
'1 H $35.500.Sacrlflc... window. Scrn'd parch
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/ RANDALL STREETt $450. 964-8608. Itchg Reasonably BULLDOZING BLAND 1-468-1323.:9/01 tfn RIVOLVERi or .32 calibre. U FT. SKI BOAT 35 hp carport. $". oa. '

'Green Acres." Saturday 10/27 responsible' person wonted CLEARING QUIET. CLOSI AND CONVENIENT 9647184. Itchg 10/27 Johnson. motor; trailer) .-......,
59.3. Amp. for elec. guitar, 177 OLDS OMEOAl to car. for and. feed 473-4175 964-6477 or ; Lg. spacious.rooms, "Wl BUY PECANS" New slalom ski belts a jackets.. 2 Lov.ly Homes for t Leoe: .
,imisc. Items, new games.Jltpd Brougham. Low mltoge. animal. Call 9-4 only, far 964.8063. 10/06 4tchg carpert' ,;;workihop, crop. Florida Souvenir $50000. 4311587. 10/27
10/27 A/C, cruise, good condi int.rvl.w.483.1171.. 10/27 pecans. $40.000.: Also ad- lend 782-3651. 10/27/tpd 2tpd 11/03 .
INSIDE SALEl 230 A.. behind tion. 2000. 964-5240 aft. Itchg! 1027MANAGER SINGLI PERSONS INTERESTED joining lot_lIobl.. Pecan REDUCED FROM $140.000 toI"20o e. 47 excellent "-
:. B.th.l. Church. Sot., 9.S. 5:30 p.m. tfn TRAINEE Full or In forming club tree*. 9645610. '10/27 MOBILE acre. Attractive. antique brick"home. .
(Clothing, antiques, fur It** DODGI CORONET part time. 964-8648.. Tenneco for fun and conversation Itchg I i'ik HOMES MACHINE QUILTINGCrib and 47 pecan ....... '
'nlture. misc. Items Itchg' 4-door, slant 6 Sedan. 011 Co.. 301 N. Tem write P.O. Box 584. Waldo FOUR BEDROOM HOME on to King Site. I QUIET RETREAT 1 ACt At Mm St. off SRI6. :3BR.
*"10/27 Good mechanical shape. pl. Itchg 1O/27 Fl 32694. 10/20 Itpd 10/27 large fo.sc.dIot in city FOR SALE Can fey hd matnn. 2 M. "rect. kit. flrepl_.
FIVE FAMILIES. 44! mi. north $700. Chris Mong NURSING INSTRUCTOR Full WOULD LIKE TO KEEP IN. limit*. Excellent location Betty"lid......... 103 N. CHURCH STl'well built ....,,. 4 Mhome.

lot; Starko on 301. 468-1915 Itpd 10/27 time, winter semester on FAN while moth. worksor one private road. Interior A a W MOBILE HOMI SALES .*..1122 CH/A. ,.pI_. sap. ..r., irHI rm..
''Household clothes, appliances CADI COUP Df VILLEl 1977 ly. Teach basic nursing shop Good 'needs some work. Asking CORNER lAFAYim a ORANGE, Builder
trampoline. Fri. a deep brown. List $4925. No skills to Hoipltol/Home reference 964-831O. $31,500, Call ,' 964-893O. N.w and used mobil. .....I.M. I... ..., behind Pantry ,....... $18.50.,
So,.. Monday through rest reasonable offer retu..... Health Aide students In 10/20 2tchg 10/27 10/20 4tpd 11/10 homes for sale. Walter Zoned for multl-buwlly. .
,of week. Elsie Norman Bank financing _ailabl./ Starke. Five days/week. 8 FLOORS SAGGING How. ...,."" (Bud) Ahrarex Invite you REDUCED FROM $...000 to S2.000i, Brick-
llchg 10/27 964-6774. Itchg 10/27 a.m. to 1 p.m. Minimumrequl..menll un......, Need foundation to come out and browse.
3BR.2BAFireplace. home. CH/A. Fenced, large let en Rd. 230.
1210 BRADFORD STREETS 1971 PLYMOUTH .FURY SW. Include cur repair?W. solve. your Highway' 17 South. DOntB.A /
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SPECIAL HOUSE 3 2BA. Stelrce
Saratoga Hgts., Sat. B a.m.ti 8.passenger, fully loaded. r.nt RN license, threeyear problem. Call for freeestimate .Cathedral Caning Falatka. FI.., 3 S.9551 or BR. .
.... Statistic to 2nd toffv. Pollai windows. CaM*
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clothes, small and larg. to appreciate. 533- 451. nursing home/hospital Home Repair. ((904)) Close teSckeoli Roy Well*. 964.5251, 9/22 41,000 Chimney Fire. lost ,beauty/best IniuUrHon. rptace. 30x21 gar.
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'l Mies: misc. Items. Itchg 10/27 2tpd 11/03 plus teaching .._......... 284-3160 or 384-7089. VA. FHA.Conventional tfn Yea $9 million damage to Country Club. $...110O at 9%. SP 191000.
:)0/27 1970 CHEVY IMPALA VS. Salary plus travel. Starting 10/20 2tpd 10/27 FmendngSSI.MO 14x60 MOBILE" HOME Completely homeowner. pony let this COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Brick on IV. ec.Skylights .
675 W. MADISON STl great second car. Run date: January 3. 1984. Sub PKTLnU FRAMING Ready CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION remodeled. Paved happen. to you.Istlmates- fans, cast shutter $ ...1 BA..gpt.hR. .

Dishes, clothes, what-not., good. $700. 9645494. Itpd mit application to: Dr. made frame* and over 100 964.4319 drve| utility shelter.. .14x14crooned Call M4-S27B .,,LR w/Fplec. ..... D.. I*. FR /.,-\ window ,
:furniture, baby Items. tpd 10/27 Clifford LeBlanc. Director styles of custom frame to porch CH/A, .AMHItPM :Scm'd parch a carport. $68.000
..1027MOTORCYCLES 1978 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL of Personnel Santo F. choose from. Reasonable MoMo,.SMwdey MAGNOLIA HOTEL Stark ......... with :3*
LAND located ;..
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MARK Vt Immaculate Community College P.O. price Quality workman. school 1.7 cleared Blonkenihlp n... 13 both. 11,87 se-ft. Cleen Revet*.
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condition. 431-1153 after 5 Box 1530 Gainesville. Fl ship. CREATIVE COTTAGE. FOR SALE Cnlmnajy Sw LOCATION LOCATION I B*. liBA facing .

., p.m. Itchg 10/27; 32602. An Equal Oppor. 3 mi. south of Stark.on US ...... tond.782-3169.10/20, Golf Course. Cult. drapes. enc. ....., grnhse..
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1973 CHEVY PICK UP TRUCK tunlty Employ.r. 10/27 301. 9646118. 10/27 4tchg HAMPTON ARIAt 6 VIEW I Owner f1neIld.... _
197S KAWASAKI Z It Good Ideal for hunting $400. Stchg 11O.IIN. / 4 11/17 ONI 1 ACRE LOT toeing For- acres, born small greenhouse e3 BR. FRAME. HOUSE lx..."... Off SRI Oof. $112nd
i fresh motor. Adult owned Call 9648520 after 530 Full time positionfor NEW CLASS AEROBIC DANC-' ythe Rd. with ((175 road pond. 2 mobile, Av. 1 lot. $''.000 ce.li.' .:

X>ne owner. 2200. FIRM. p.m. Itchg 10/27 a registered, nurse In LNG.Wad. a Fri., 1:15 p.m. frontage. $3.730. $300 home Phone 4682300. FOOTBALL WIDOWS 713 MADISON STl IM home), new reef..Claeam. ,
Serious Inquiries only. 1912 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL our new surgical suite. ORexperience St. Mark's Church ChurchSt. down, opprax. $70 e S73.000. 10/20Itpd 11/10 Moke basket at our class $39.000 w/_f Inon.AT .
_64-5289.. Itchg 10/27 MARK Vh 4-door. all i* preferred. Stark. Call 9645078. month. Call 9645606. 9/15 182 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, I this Sunday afternoon.
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whit. $8188. 964.5412. Competitive salary with Itchg 1027BABYITTING tfn -f\i O 1 '.50. Call ChorUs
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.......--.-. Itpd 10/27 stand-by call compensation. Mon. Frl. TIN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant 'or Joy at 468-1421 or Make Your CHRISTMASGIFTS Spill roll tone a :3 barns. Oak flooring,

USED BIKESPECIALS 1973 DODGI PICK UPl King As a Health Cora Call Barbara Gilpin. Grove Rd. $3,995. ......1138: 10/20 2tpd 10/27 po,wlllety, stone piece. 'Ch/A. 1320 ft en :Ml.
i-,9.1 Cob. V.ry reasonable. C.nt.r of American 9647660. Itchg 10/27 $400 down. $70 a month. '.' At our classes CHARM AND COMFORT nearly new 3 U. 2 I
; 964-6888. Itchg 10/27 Medical International w. HOUSI AND WINDOW Call ....!1606,9/15 tfn Rub Out : BA aura In Comity Estate w/tradnlonal
185 Yamaha. Good off.r paid retirement plan CLEANING' Reasonable THRU 1 ACRE LOTS on SR- Paying cash Painting fireplace a pretty kitchen. .
:shope. R.po. Make offer. stock purchase plan and rates. Call 473-4456 6-8 227-Brooker'i lid. 52.995. Stenciling SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARMt 14 acre.,;2home.
4981 Honda 400. Good<< SALE transfer opportunities. p.m. only. 10/27: 2tpd $300 down; $53 a month. 'orAluminum Basket Classes ..1 dIfcIt.n.......: ...........Improve.d
shape. PVC Pipe < Sch. 10 Oth.r benefit Includ. 11/03 964-5606. 9/15 tfn Can Call .for Information pasture. clew..city limit. ..SR 230A a 100A..
(979 GS 750 A". $7- IOOt'/". dental plan paid vacations APPLIANCE REPAIRS af 9 /-6111 -2 Lot Hemp ten Oaks.
W/Falrlng per | 2-ONI ACRI LOTS ...facing.Forsythe 32 Cents Par Lb.
Reduced for quick sale. 9V per 100. paid sick 1 leave, and reasonable rate by licensed Rd.',$2.993 each.., ell Plus Ac. en Edward .... "' .
hospital discounts.'Call ort technician. All work II .Copper bres. e villa for the I..... ,
Sch. _" Extraordinary goad
i$990. .., ? ,' 10M.. $ 4" per $300 down.. $6Q per'mo:, w.......... '
Ivery .
I surd resurmy-ta Personnel, guarant.ad964.4385.. ..... .
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-t.T9 Ot 7SO- Menum'Mechanics lest y Bas 'ftor 100, 4TJ0 Cal 904) .422' \florae. en v ., iMedlsen
bike. $973.l $15 per 100. *" '? .. .Lake City M.dlcol6.nt... ? Itpd' 10/27 : ''tin S .. ... .- : :=? J. Sts Permer.ttt.-.*; (bUg.?...,...*,'_";..
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I7OI W. Duvalr L.... BU.L S SAW SHOP Complete 1pMt..e '
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.I 978 Honda 750-Auto I Idr..ed. "Electric' WI... NO" 40 A. Prime land off $1R-33$.
Flo. 32055. 10/27 2tchg ,harpenlng service, circular dlo4sS1121&
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$1195. 12/2 NM Wire 25V.$25 11/03 hand, carbide chain PAYMENT/OWNER Pi Aid- MMOO ale .7. A. $11,000. Owner .
81978 Honda 185 Street per roll.Electric. 1.12O"53oCc.. MM 3/2 en 1 ac., 301$32,000'
RESIDENT MANAGER needed mower blade hollow ONOi lot 'Northeeat' FloridaRecycler .
silt .. Laura St. 22000.
$495 Generator for 36 unit apartment. ground ,and bolanc.d. off 301. 12500. Lot I .
1.979, GS 1000L.3.00 200 .mp.. $11.00.BARGAIN community located off Leave at Jackson Building 2-113x153 access.off 301, 3. ml S. of Stork Repair Shop. Hampton. Own. Hn.fllA .
mils. $2500 CENTER Stat. Rood 16 and Raiford Supply In Starke, Keystone 11500. lot 3-285x153- On U.S.301 .......
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1978 GS 750 Dressed :Ml South of Starlie Rood. Part timu. Ex.perience Lake Butler, -
Height or ces off 301, 13900. Lot COOr.sM1. AVoNOUIIAW...-....
$895. "helpful. $200 a TFNchg 4-113x153 on Mark. Rd.. STARKE RADIATOR MOWS WAne M4-r MWAVKS TOMMY CMASTAM NN
Suzuki FZ 50. Like new month plus free apartment GLASS CUT TO ORDER 7500. All lots zoned commercial SERVICE QualityTree OOUOiAS__ ._coets4.,
$495 lED WIGGLE and $50 toward Door, window, .tc. B-3. Easy terms. UUTMAINMIIO rS-OT ---..4.1111
Honda 50. Express FISHING WORMS utilities each month. Send JACKSON BUILDING SUPP Call 964-7071 to/ee' lot. Service. fAn uuums*W.IMiiiioimii .
Easton Sand.son LY. 964 6078. Order also ... '
Moped. $295. resume We Dig Em You Pick Good Investment property. '
e'82 Kawasaki KO 80-$495 and Company. c/o taken In Lak. Butler. "Quality Work at -- "'-"'
'Em From Beds 10/06 tin
Drew Margol. 255 Liberty 496-3079 and Keystone _R<NEurys Ub8CFIbeTOdayt l
Bring Contolner* 9 ACRES 1 WELL North side .; .,;
Street Jacksonville, Fl Heights. 473-4973. 2/26 tfn
BRADFORDCOUNTY f.'
Go-Corts*3Wh.sl.rs4Whwlsrs Moey' of lawtey. "15000. Fully Licensed Insured
32202. ((904) 356-2228. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNEE Li IV ,'SM.1)S) .;(! f
712-3393 10/27 2tchg 11/03 ,782-3832. 10/20. 2tchg 12 Year Resident QTELBGRAPH
'W. Even Have On. To Fit; 10/27 .
144 W. Cell St. \
t Across from P.O. CITYJ SUrke. Florida
Dad 11 street 94-7303 FIVE LOTS IN Close to '.

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Joining properly N. of StylistN..d.d Open school and downtown... Call ras.a.as' "The On.'To Call ,- R... ,
Curls Faith Baptist Church, T.W.T. F 9 HI ':30 964-7061 or 964-7378.
Before It Falls"
Ask for Dove
Randy or Is
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:Suzuki-Kawasaki lawtey.50i $....9 AM til 1 PM IO/2O2tchg 10/27: .' j
Hwy. 301 S St ". $1.00 lOOt $3.00SOOl Good Appointment* ONI ACRE home 964-6810 964-8795 : t tPWSTORRGE

964-0020 $9.00 1.000. $18.00 FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS Not ways Necessary on SITES of Steel/. CORNt MWY XII i I* ",.MDII

.. ........... -- = 1/7tfn Mill In pecan grove. Owner MIN 1H.U AVL ITUSI .
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carry

\ 944-7303 ....5760., Itpd 1027.COMMERCIAL... '.,- Well, *

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INC. t Mint :of Starke .'. ft .** "trie2" *,- .. 01" 473-7683 .

ApadmentS'stRb thru 6" Luc<'-t Hwy 301...* oMaBatt.fi .... ........
Stork. Florida i .} Fast Rotary a 1

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3 Bedroom Brick Veneer Horn* FEATURES: MM! Bk a .but. Drilling. Equip ,
-1 tBoth: CH/A: Carport: Utility Room .an tt ... tarwtb, **.**. Elate Licensed HEIGHTS 4 5R. X *A> WtMk hit!! .
Carp.ting. ;|hpire at buiUki-Ka\fV.s\ < S 4fi6.02'bAIB ) BLDOf, ;. .*!.. War Eslaps. :301 between Stark A: Uwtey. .Goad).IscoMsn Bart .
ON YOUR LOT HWVIDI ....... Pilinps
2.000 sq ft. lot. 17500. '
business servlclnt area sr- le .. . .
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Starting At BEAUTY SHOP J') barber M Nn A* ****!* Fer R* I CONDITIONING& BEATING hop, skating rink. ,ome. '6-1 Bedroom from '185 New &; UsedSalesParteServfcE j Lone Terns Owner "'-d... i

$31 ,800 equipment $28,000. '30" Bedrooms from '205 *2 ACRES Just eft '.L U West-$1..... 1 1LAKI .
NEW INSTALLATIONS 03 BR, 2 BA.JD../ rge'c'd..N. 'for Application-\ E-Z Terms GINtVA-Brlck .borne -M lungs .... ....t
8 Different Plan of '
.Interest at Financing... WWhirlp001 .SERVICE ON ALL MAKES v''cell- Call or Write ... .,...,.,,. ... ... ., '" .1-\\. B.....lful view, huge live .*... md .maay -.-....
Starting 4X 13'X.X. HEAT PUMPS Ing IY waterf,saftner. EASTON. SANOCflSON! hrvb*. large I M-l (A 'In ........ wwdIHe., Owns,; ; I
M.YOU QUALIFY .ENERGY SAVING UNITS 133,300. $SO.OOO.I.SPORTSMANS AND COMPANY PlxtmbingNew ) will consider fI_...... ........ : >( I"
F.. W-t.. .Cell DREAM tSS .LMerMSlTMtJatfcwtnflt ... I
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MASTER LICENSED *.Ft 32202: ; 'j' *NICE, CHOIR HOME .In L....,... .... Central: ... B ,
964.6853 INSURED BONDED Fish camp Sampson lake. (H4) Hl-UZI Installation Air Fenced yard .......*... nrtg*.eLot _. *ltew;' I
REASONABLE RATESWAYNE 2.72 oc.. 156 ft. an Sampson ,Remodeling RepaIrs: yw tlt..re todayl ': :

I lake, 760 ft. en canal I,, I . ..... .M .,. .1.\ .,.;, AUKIMrOOKlYNlOUernemewtmSBItBA.lUeNyelite i
Subscribe" Today bar room game ream bait tongue Ik groove ............ W..lh. *e K.ysteeef
BRADFORDCOUNTY nl2-2..o 1 IA 'lIock "HCII 1_ ft tackle .hop," (living DurruncePUMP Height. ........... Good cendnfcm S4e.... .'
hoar Ire town of Waldo KINNEY quarter, boats, kicker . .I.'. STARKIl M.1..... .....aft U U W. Central beet,
tae_ ..... Priced SW.SOO. e14 AC-Lawt.y. ......lfui f I &
TELEGRAPH' A air,fireplace eerie, lit acre*.ThU.... I*very!*.>
""". -2 ... t BA. Mobile tai A" car .L wr Imp. pasture. Fenced. ,3 SUPPLY and only. about 6 yean eld'. J

914 QOS .Isms on Sampson Lak. well. -6 3 culv.rls.$300 .1.1. ACM TIACTSt Nerds of "..... The ewner.I*;
: __ deep .lot. covered 19 7861 Ac. 't" COMPANYI cif..'... goad terms at .....$ .... per eereOUniXl i
VACUUM eanei. s3o.ooo. 20 ACRES w/Moblle' .' "; f4ear Keystane Mgb. ........ Ooed iwttalreeerty. '

SPtOAlOF THE WEEK FORMERLY Home. Bam.f> tails and 894 N. Bach ..nH a ". > BA. Crass R_ 711 .... PI'
I SALE UIIoe ..... 2 BR. 1 IA WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICEFLORILAND 7116 N THOMPSON tlT"RIII! tackr OU ncs4.:, \2: 18.. Temple Ave. Censtracted In Itll. ....1110. # .
: CM/A. Carpet, panel!. porCI ..on MM. Fruit trees. *EXECUTIVE NOME Ranch .
4 B.11A wffk eeele
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> NEW a USED ........ t-ed lof. 'rIced: 1 darkroom $4AS00. Cash' Register SCarfce, J1!. i '.6 acre*. Ovwfeok lake .......,., UOO Ba. ,..' .

: We nnaOur Own $20.000. 1 *: S35.000. I" ,r For Sal I. *' : AI____ o.Ag.g.. Owner will .gsl..*r and. .w.r '
REALTY Extra Nice 3 BR. ;,2 BA 96&708J r
UMCAJMO:CHAMPIOM.. ; : ] ...... .U.800. -.
KIRBYS ____ 111.._ : ham. on 2 oc.,",lawteyarea. $399'. .' :: *STATE ROAD tM lASTi BoaoNful t BE.1 IA..heme s.-
ROYALS 964-77OO Must see I tae ).appreciate er Rent tjr.$3?month : :. I (CP...) -, 1-cer .......within cRy. ...... .*...tO.MIUMON .,
EUREKAS Owner:financing 'q' 'C SPRINGS. Acre, cleared I' .......
; HOOVERS 393 Nj Temple Ave.. Stork .:'Available at I 1.* Interest. Rent Shop& Compare !ll! ,".000. Offer* Wen e4l| : '

ELECTROLUX -.- Vernle P. Odom Broker GRI oar" ; Office Furniture Special: Ituurance,i 1 Ear *MING DAIRY OAOi 7 A.... ... iMOOtrentfee. s.-
FILTER QUEENS HWY 16 W-2.27 .*with .W.*klynV Mobile Home Park the. ..... V...g to offer.. '11"", .

T SEARS I\ .,. extra special 24Home rrthlyOfffceSlYOp O All types : of .LAICIIII'fLItb, 'M-IIA.Rr.p(..,,P.I1"d. iss...I..,;

COMMERCIAL'T 1 s NEED TO SELL WALNUT STREET HOMI of 2'1'-0"Merit., 2 septic,:'tanks,. 'yBy Veer' homeowner policies. for, g.nq., t acre_ real ...., ....".SV''i < "../ f
Starke.STROUT....,,1k utility room. Fruit .. '
ton .Several tract din ..,.... jhe' : 'fal fr (Xrftte I .. "
1' AI Young's Take choicer. Sell. OwnerFinancing. ? .
your High Sandy
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\ Sine '1957 I REALTY 1% Acre*. 100A ...,..... up per'(904)712.-t"ac. ;#f I I : r Monw'i' .< "
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CARS. TRUCKS PERSONAL FOR RENT YARD SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE

& BOATS SERVICES .

.1'CARPENT3Y'** '> OFFICI AT BUSY CORNER 2-FAMIly VARD SALI- Car
facing Flamingo St but can seat, nice baby. and small CONSOLE PIANO-Excellent
CUSTOM VANS NW 1983 AND MASONRY be seen from SRrlOO and children's clothes. a baby condition. REGISTERED AUSTRALIAN]
,Chevy: Von. V-8 automat WORK ' transmission with overdrive additionremodeling, location Call combination; sink/cabinet firm. Hammond chord working dogs-good I ...t.. -
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power steering home and tile work. Free 473341l.0/6tlnchg| combination: heater, floor organ. Also 5995. Call .473-7771 Tues.-Frl. -
power brake, power win. estimates.,Phone 473-4473 PARTIALLY FURNISHED covering and much more. 473-2210 or 473-4648 for 473-4708 nlghti. Ask for
dow., power door lock. before, S p..... 10/6.27 4lpd 3BR.. I V bath mobllehome Friday-Saturday 9 ..m.-.. appointment to ....tfn Diana er John. 10113.20
Panasonic sound system CARPENTER WORK, in Melrose area Lfcrge p.m. SR.21 between Peach chg. 1020SHALLOW 2tpd.
till wheel running board., Remodsllng Work, kitchen porch. Responsible couple and Salsuma Streets, Itchg AND DEEP WELL BRAND NEWs 2BR. "Ar. :>
4 captain chair and touch... cabinets Jttnd trim carpentry. wanted 475i36B.i06'If 10/27 PUMPSi PVC pipe and fit doublewlde mobllehome. ... ."<.
Beautiful Interior and exterlor ; ..Reasonable' prices.Call ANTIQUE DISHES AND tings. Water softeners. Sot up with well septic. ....ti
$14.400 and with 473-2477 alter 5:30: COMPLETELY FURNISHED, DOLL. Mapel' bunk beds or Bryan Ac. Hardware and po_. Ready to move >
dual .air, top of the line p m. 10/6 lfnchgCARPENTIYl 2BR.. 2BATH home on twin. Garden tools" dishes, Keystone Hgts.. 473-4006 In on wooded lot. $21.900. "- .';
$13,900 Compare 01 repairs, installations Gatorbone Lake, with bed spreads, clothes. and 10/6 tfnchg LEASE purchaie, $I,50O.-'r.
GOBBLIN $21,000.11% percent bank doors windows fireplace Available miscellaneous Items, 6.' ACRES-HIGH.DRY, down balance: of. dawn 'it.> .
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financing Phone cabinet shelving September 1 through May Follow the sign on SR-21, South side of Lake Geneva payment over IB months :It'..
Galne.vllle, 3320903. 10/6 partitioning paneling. Call 31. 400month. Keystone Melrase. Sat., 9 a.m.-S with private rood. Owner $273 monthly payments. *. $
tfnchg 473-2320 |0/6 Ifnchg Heights Realty Inc.,. p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m.-2 financed. Call '.73..857 Days call 47S25O6even- SSlS I
1.S3 STUMPKNOCKERl CARPENTER WORK No collect 379-3906. 'A;>
job REALTOR 4734961. 10/6 p.m. Rain or shin. Itchg evenings. 10/13.20 2tpd. ings
fiberglass ban boat. 35 hp too big or too small. 30 tfnchg 1027SATURDAY.9:30 MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE iO/t3tfnchg > Af

trolling motor. Rigged years experience. With 3BR., 2BATH HOME ON 3 : am. Time; B piece living SOLID OAK twin bed. Mat- IISItress
complete, full caver extra ,reference.'' .73..18' 10/6 ACRES $329/menth.: firm! Geneva Lake Estates room suit $190 S piece and box springs like r.".;'
Decorated clean. like new, Must .ee Itnchg. Available. September 7. entrance to condos off dining room suit $40. l' ,new $79. "73.2<438 or' ''.1:
to appreciate. $3,679. CARPET AND VINYL repairs 473-7713. 10/20-27 2tchg .>
Keystone Heights Realty SR21. Lots of (unquel Itpd rocker recline $60.
CAKES COOKIES 473-7198 of 1-396-4868. and installations. Free Inc., REALTOR 473.4961. 10/27 MORE. Call anytime 2 ACRESi Close In on SR.21. :
< 10/6 tfnchg .lImat..tT.n years experience. 10/6 tfnchg 4734189 10/13.20 2tchg next to. beautiful lake v*"
172 MAVERICK Automatic Calf .73..217 PARTIALLY FURNISHED, GARAGE SALE 10 hp. elec. OLYMPUS OM-IO CAMERA, Geneva Estates lots of if .
't' CUPCAKES, transmission radio A/C 6 and ask" far Craig. 10/6 1BR.. Bath mobilehome start Sears mower; 1." body with manual adapter. trees, over-looking pond. .,.. t

.1 ,.1 ETC. cyl.. $900. Call 4737617 Ifnchg p'j: Melrose. area large living chain saw 2 student Excellent condition $99.473j3898. $14.000. Call. 473-2438. ;.
before 9:30 a.,,,. and after RETIREMENT HOME AND ,room porch. Responsible desks; chest of drawer; :.!O/ .2O 2tchg, .. 10/20-27 2tchg
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For 6 p.m. 10/20 Itchg HAIRSTyLING CENTER All couple wanted. $179/mo. Baker tree stand BRAND NEW MOIILE HOME
garden
; POOL TABLE, I' hate, $300:
.1' $1 A.IIS-S/W. power 'under on., roof. OFFER. plus deposit. Call 684.6634. tiller (needs repair); modern on 1/3 acre In woodedarea.
for Parties Trick orTreat brake, rack and parlor INS:, CrMfld nursing 10/6 tfnchg 30"x40" mirror corner desk New well .septic'.;H
plate glass
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teerlng A/C. AM/FM assistance and CPR trained FOR LEASEs Unfurnishedlake walnut $79: chair $40: tank, light pole. :I.... split .-".
., c/cas, 4-cyl.. 30 mpg. llolf;: ;24/ .hour supervisionfor house with fireplace brazIng outfit (tank, stand typewriter $2S: bedroom plan, I'/k bath ..
t. Silver/red. 7.500 ml.. Takeover .senior 'citizens; hot and with apartment large regulator and torch); A/C; counter W-30"x 1-80" x garden tub. Cathedral ceilIng ..-

Pastry Shop payment 473-7529. meals; day. week or long screen porch $400 mo. For vacuum pump; three H-36". $100. 4732714. 'CH/AC. Beautiful'.qi.
: pieces 3/16" K 46"x76"tempered decor. spacious 'tirtIt t !
itpdiO/20 term ,stay: STYLING Information call carpeting
fib 0 YAMAHA XSSSOO. CENTER for the 'public; 12829392. 10/13.11/3 plat glass HELP room lovely kitchen' wltK:ts*.8
M; 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890 Shaft drive Shoe) ferrlng. precision styling for men 4tchg Ideal' for windows or solar WANTED 19' frost.free refrlg.. o",

Black/Silver strong running and women' perms and '2 BR MOBILE HOME large collector; hydraulic 'lift tall. breakfast bar wash/dry. t\\'
.1 adult driven. I.2OO. hair-coloring. SR-329 private lot on small lake. gate, for pick-up truck; connections, $24,900. 10 'CI l

473-7592. Itpd 10/20 Hampton; '468.2619. 10/6 51..5''mo. 473-3S42 or. other Item too numerousto MATURI RESPONSIBLE, percent minimum down. 'IVi3. T!
UJ1ion INSURANCE 1973 4U VW- $1, 79S. Call Ifnchg ,->. 473.2272. Itchg 10/27 mention. Sat. B Sun.Only female to work full or part OWNER Will FINANCE.
rERSONALSERVICES 479-2701. Itchg 10/20 WILL DOiTYPINGi In my MOBILE. HOME 2 BR. 2 Bath. North on Rt. 21 to Deer time Bartender. Call Call 473.3671 alter 6 p.m. .,..}
1978 OldsmobIle .,., Soak reports near Keystone Height Springs Rd., turn right go 473-2643. 10/20 Itpd and weekends. lO/SOo'c' :

County MAINES. INSURANCE ACENCYt Toanaelo51.000.. A/C. resumes, etc. Call 473.4006. After 6 p.m. call one mile look for signs. BABYSITTER NEEDED, In my Itchg .
\160 S. Lake Avenue. DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC ,FM/AM radio. front wheel. 473-2898. 10/6 tfnchg 639.:2111, ask for Bill. Itchg 1.t9..027MISCEllANEOUS!!: home. 7 days a week 4 AZALEAS I FOR SI: Swan V
lok. Butler496.3978.. TANK Package deal well drive Comfortable car. TRACTOR WORK Mowingby 10/27 hour a day. $190 mo. Must Crest Nursery. Located on +.el
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fI .",,: .'I ; Call 473-22)0' .73..648 SR26: 2'/t' milts east of O.'tf
Complete Insurance s., drilled, water pumps, new or hour,.\ / lob. Call work late afternoons or
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for to .... Melrose. 10/20 tfnchg 'IH;
vIce TFN. Instalatlon of septic tank, appointment ony"m.I 473.4185. IQ/13 'WANTED evenings. Call 473-7373
., ,drain i field and left, sta tfnchg 10/20 Ifnchg \" $! REAL: .' 1968 FORD MUSTANGiGood CHILD CAREt after school 3p.m. LIVE-IN $1,100. Palomino gelding. 1"; '
lion. Mobile home COMPA.NIONHOUSEKEEPER
FOR SALESpinetConsole pole
USED VIDEO GAME TAPES, LEGION HALl.Sr-21, Satur-
condition. Reasonable offer. saddle and tack $650. Call e:'.
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'''I'Soacks. meals,
< available. All workuarantd for
ESTATE / for lnlellevlslon.,473 .. 48. days, 7 and Sundays -
,. .. '. call 473-37O1. Itchg 10/27 tutoring. ,.miles north of < p.m. 473-2169. 10/20 Itchg '01FIREPLACE
Tommy two elderly but mobile and
Public Invited.
10/6 tfnchgWORKING 29pm. "Flrehood" cch
KH off SR." 473-2918.
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Barman 2752151.JFN
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LOOKING' FOR A 'SPECIAL 10/27 MOTHER NEEDS, 10/6 tfnchg. active ladies. Reference brand. Free standing cir- '.K!.
Bargain Wonted Responsible Itpd -
: CUSTOM MADE .
OF .RorER1Y'I. t.dont Draprle Subscribe Today reliable babysitter ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSi preferred. Call 964-7260 or cular l
PIECI. .! party to take low Valance fireplace, heavy cast n"
over and
have It. Ill find It |
onspinet 496-2219 for
payment 496-3143
Jusfosk.: JANE S.1'USHER, or Ads son. Would prefer aKeystone meetings Monday 8 p.m. $179 473-3760.10/20 Itpd __.
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piano. seen, FREE Estimates. S and W MONITOR Classified 8
resident. Open meeting Friday .
REAtTOR4fr496-aU4!; or NOTICECLASSIFIED BY OWNER I BR. house on-'.
49A.-S903, 'eve*. "Your locally. Write Credit Enterprises. UFN 9/29 473-2210 Get Results 475-2163. 10/20 Itpd p.m. Alanon. Monday 8p.m. 9.9 acres, Born and oth.r-
Manager:. P.O. Box 537 ,Reduce safe end feet with' All at
Union County Aeaffor. YOUNG MAN of excellent meetings ADVERTISING buildings. Septic tank andelectric
,. Shelbyville, IN 46176. I
GoB... and
Capsules Educational Com
moral character desire Building for trailer l'1"1
pole l
8/04 submitted the
(tin should be to
3--pd 10/13 10/20 I
E. water
,jjy1._____n_ v For" Sele-Tobecco Quote Vap Drug...229 pills"W Main Andrew -, L (AIi position a* astant/com-) munity. Church 473-2790 or Lake Region Monitor officeIn hook-up.Approx.. 1 yr. old. ei.rf
panion to handicapped or. 479 2130. 10/6 tfnchg writing and .paid In advance 249 Oak Forest, 473.4183' .,.rr
HELP '. Contact 496-2215., 2.chg St. 2-pd 10/20-27 ,
ANONYMOUSNo
OVEREATERS I
shut-In. Prefer live In.
r. unless credit Is 10/2otfnchg iyi
1O/20 10/27. liNGO; VFW Post 100082: #( Wall Works dues, fees weigh ins.Open .
WANTEDlEACSTATI DUNE BUGGY 16OO 95 J; U Phone 473-7413. 2tpd or already established with DUO.OUTSExIstlng t.'F!
cc bingo every Thurs. 7:30 SR ,. .
10/27 11/3 meetings Tuesay's Recreation Asso.wooden .
.., 14t this office.. Keystone
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flbergels body _
Street Now
231 Public Invited. 4 .
; -pd Serving 7:30 Community
LICENSING In \ 'ti i: p.m. MONITOR STAFF CAN dug-outs. Four8x24'and .y*.
legal $700. Phone Ao
asking 10/13 10/20 10/27 Lake Region Area PERSONAL Church Educational four 8x16'. Closed ::
rr NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE -
Ink IRM School of
City. 4311407.1pd ,A.roblc Dancing New Time' .
HeatEstate... Pboae -.197 SERVICES Building KeystoneHaighls FOR MISTAKES IN In will make good utility -
Harley Davldsen 175 Beginning Nov. :3.5:3O: !.. 4732790. 10/6 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD ISl sheds. As I I. and you movefor j.
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739-4006 TFN 7/U Dirt ,and street $400 Mon. and Thur. UCHS Rm s'Peodyfor the I \ .
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looker w..k) part Tme| as.Horn. 431-1407 I-pd 1378. t-pd Quallty SEWING TAKEN OVER THE each. come.first "'r.!
| paperhanging at MACHINES PIONEER .
.. Webster Am.rica'pfovi1te Weed Burning Steve an. affordable. TELEPHONE. .rv. Call 473 3728. ,r.H.S
pu-Ic.. ,, REPAIREDiAII make Classified deadline Is Itchg 1020,1.';
dictionary company $ 100 Phone : ELECTRIC CO.
FORRENT \ cleaned oiled and ad- Tuesday noon prior to LIKE NEW-RATTAN COUCH :J!
need home worker 43114071pd 'CattT day lt><1>
justed. SIS, Worguorant..d. Trailer Pol. Special Upholstered In royal blue '
to local mailing ft. Ski 35 l Thursday publication. \'i., *
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l lI.ti! ;{Easy work. Can b. ,Johnson, trailer slaloms FOR RENT LONG TERM 2BDRM. "I JamesStrickland 200 AMP-e250 Minimum charge I* 19 uTlI
do while TV:' I belts !23fTa3KITCHINEFFICIENCY,> corner Morgan Delivered AnywhereUvRreatenlCotHrty" word for.$$2.79 then, ,10, Original cost SI.200. Will '''''
watching I. and locket QRM" 3 ,! ., turnjshedtl : *
> 'Rd., ondIhno 1. ., cnt"t' I sawillce for$300 ;: ;.
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10/20 $129 6r $t90. Call FRAMB HOUSE for rent 150 Stark! ; "
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Excellent' Income for .part 4962607. 1-chg 1O/27 SW 5th Ave. 2 BDRM, 1 BH ." n I ., ". ) !
time home assembly work. MiO Fleetweed Mobil. $160 mo first and lost ,' .,,':'"
P oi Information calf Home 24 X 60 Furnished month' In advance. Phone Ads FIREWOOD FOR SALE Oakor MINI PLEA MARKET STORE, BOLSNS DIESEL TRACTOR,24 ? _
504,441-8003 Ext. .8401.4ffld Fleetwood MH-shlngle 496-2979 or 496-3087. : : 3' BR t BA UNFURNISHED pin. 4x4's.. 2040'S.m,4 Just opened. New furniture hp 4 WO bockhoe, front ..

1020Gov.rnm.nto1 roof,'double floor and extra 2-pd 1027Doublewlde Rooms for rent at ,low, HOME. CH/A, | M mile. Cord $39. Scrap firewood and appliance. loader bush hog. disk 2OO p .
:'*|j6..559. Insulation. 3 BDRM. :2 Mobile Home weekly/ rates.",Coll Temple North of Starke on US 301. oak or pine, $truckload. Very reasonable rates. h.... PTO ((3"11')6) sp. Iran. ../.,.:"
SWS53/yeer. Now' hiring. BH. oil electilc. complete with carpet and air $199 a : FOR RENT Motel: 964-7337.. 9/16 $269 per mo. $iOO security Sunshine Industries 16 W. Come and browse say New with equip.. $14.743 *, 4
Your Area;. 'ColI. kitchen.'central H/A. Ask mth $90 deposit. Call lOW/tln : deposit. Call evenings *, Call 964-7699. We load for "hello". Open T..... Frl., (Make Cash Offer) Prefer *!:
B09-6B7-60OO Ext. R-1136 ing $24,000 buyer moves. 496-3293 UFN 10/27 cLEAN MOBILt HOMES for weekends. 1-732-7670. you between 9:30 e.m and 9.9;, Sat. 91. 212 East: .Call la trade for lake lot of'. )Y I :
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4-pd 10/27, CUntan Freeman 27 -2381. House In city limits. 3 BDRM pent On Hwy' 16 W. Closeto iO/2O2tchg 10/27 2:30: p.m., Mon.-Frl, 9/29 St. 10/204tpet 11/10 equal value or property for .c.q
OR/UN Full time position for 1-pd Exercise Bench with 11/2 BH. must have first HOME PARK. Mobile prison. COIl 468-1323. WILL SHARE bricked 4 BR tfn RABBITS,' For pet or meat. mobile home. 964.6020 or <."*:.
o registered Nurse In OU blk.attachment$69 phone and /last mth. rent $200: a home and spaces for rent., 10/07 tIn.KITCHENETTIs. mobile home, conveniently CHAINLINK FENCE Lawrence Meng six miles 964-4292. 10/20 tfn -
new surgical *ulte.:,OR ext 496.2286 between, ,mth.ColI"962595.pet Recreational vehicles All utilities located Children Okay. R.sidential.Commercialindustrial 301 south. 468-1915. Itpd GOOD USED CARPET .:
psrlance I* preferred. 5001000.: I welcome. Phone' 4682912.> furnished. TV. air mold' Price negotiable. Stat. Rd. For free FIBERGLASS DUN BUGGY 1812.. Also have sheet '.

Competitive i.alary'oIlth' Usest Ceuch $''0 Call IN CITY, 3 BR. CH/A. Call 9/i6tfn service weekly, Under 9647907.. Itchg 10/27 estimate, call Larry Den Street legal. Price. $500. and pillowcase for sale. ?i
land.by- call compensa "96. 286' between Jane S. Usher, Realtor, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTs wood Motel 3'/> miles. N. NICE ROOM, ..RIVAnIATH! ny General Builders, Call after 4:30 p.m. Can see anytime. Hours. 8 I'!.:
tion. A* a ,1 health core 9:00-10:00.1-chg IO/27 4962126. Itchg 10/27 On. mile from Stork. city on Hwy. 301.9/22 tfn 9646035. 10/27 tfn Gainesville, 3760721. 782-3321. Itpd 1O/27 a.m. to 7 p.m. 964.6744. .,0"
center of 'American WANTED Responsible party TWO BEDROOM HOUSE limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 W. STUDIO APARTMENT CROSBY LAKE SECTION Furnished 10/13 4tpd 11/03 WORLD lOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Best Western Motet. ;t

Medical International;'we.offer lo.ostume small monthly With Central hnat/alr. Call Call 468-1323. 10/07' tfn. Weekly monthly rates. 2 BR trailer on SEARS CHAIN LINK FENCE Child Craft Starke. Itchg 10/27 ::1
paid basic and major 'payments on Spinet ConSole FOR RENT OR SALE 4 BR. 2- Palms Apartments 2314 N. private lot. 964-9737. Itpd 48"..1VX apprax. Includes Cyclo-Teacher. New set: MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES! :, ::t
medical 'Insurance paid Piano. Can be seen Jane S. Usher, Realtor, BA. $390 mth.. first and temple Ave '/,28 Hn 10/27 two ((2)) 36" .walk gates, 20-33 off. 964-6774. Windows and doors, plum. *

retirement plan, stock pUrchase '...' .locally. Writ., Credit 496-2126. Itchg 10/27 last, SlOG deposit, LARGE OFFICE,Located on LARGE ..8.. I BA HOME In. $129; also Class' 2 Reese .Itchg 1027POWERGLtOB blng ,and dec, supplies. i'
plan and transfer" Manager P.O. Box. 209, 964-S610. IO/27 Itchg US 301. Excellent parking Lawtey. Central heat and trailer hitch for 1980 Monte ,AUTO. Also furniture. Bargain ..."
opportunities. Other; ._"e, IL, 6fl30, $1SO mth. 964-6810 days. air. large lot and fenced-ln Carlo $35. 964-6674 after 7 TRANSMISSION, '63-69 Center, 1 mile south of
benefitsInclude, dentar- t L RENTAL. 964-8236: nights.,9/29 tin backyard. Call 9646941. p.m. 10/20 2tpd 10/27 Chevrolet. Excellent condi Starke. 10/27 tfn *.

pl r.;. .Q..t.. ocotlll"'"/ palct ., ; WANTED .SMALL SfRVICE STATIONi Itpd 10/27 1979 COACHMAN CAMPER tion. $100. 964-6774. Itchg. THREE BLACK KITTENS On. *;"
sick leave, 'and hospital Located on US-'GO' and SR TRAILER 2 BR 1 Vt BA. 60 It. Slide-in like new. Self 10/27 black adult mole and one s t
dl counl.. Call .lor send --ii:: THEOFFICE 16 With air compressor' long.964-7184.. tchg 10/27 contained air other extras SEVEN PC.. LIVING ROOM adult ,Siamese female.

resume to Personnel lake. Will PAY CASHi For Your and outside lift $179 mth. SMALL APARTMENT. 964-7497.. 10/20 2tpd SUITE, Philippine Rattan. Make offer. Terry Sny.
City Medical Center ,1701 used mobile home. Ray SHOP Cell 964-6810 days, 431-V603.:L Itchg 10/27 1O/27 Extra. cov... .....8122. 964-8349.: Itchg 10/27 I

Wy Duval Lake City Fj| Powell 4963377. TFN. 964-8236 nighty. 9/29 tIn IN COUNTRY 3 BR hou... ALICIA HAY Good quality Itpd 10/27 HAY FOR SALE, $1.25 to
32053: J ,W7r. -' -- 4-lI\7hA CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS) Large tot, fenced In. Front large bale $2.25r Large BABY QUILTS Machine $'.50 per bale. 964-767S.
I. uiuiiJlL Are you looking for a clean porch washer/dryer hook round boles, $29. Can quilted. Various designs. Itchg 1027AUCTION :;;:
>Ilk .I-i place to rent'near prison? up No ...t.. 9646369. deliver In trailer load. '.....8122. 10/27 2tpd 11/03 LOOK. LOOK :..is

I JAMES C. NUGENT Call us. 1-468-1323, 10/06 Itchg 1027FURNISHED M.L. Conner. 964-9222. BUNK BIOs Complete with Come to Lazy Girls Auction .
.. 4Khg 10/27 .: APARTMENT. 10/20 tIni" dresser closet/ compartment U.S. 301 In Waldo. '-'b
I Electrical' Contractor 1 II FURNISHED GUESTHOUSEs Private entrance. 3 room, and bookshelves.Call Fri.. 7:30 p.m. Big Auction
I 'Commercial Residential. $175'mth. Adult and bath. Utilities furnish 964-8237 after 5 p.m. This Week Lots of good

F1. I B ,Mobile Home Pole. IOO-15O-100 Amp only. 2 BR UNFURNISHED ed. Suitable for one Itpd 10/27 box lots gloss tool*.
.94-4834 GARAGE APT-$173 mth. reliable working person. :' NICE SOFA with reversible what-nots. Good variety of I

L_.__.__.___ .__ flaicri0IYks Adult only. lIaR UNFURNISHED No Pets No Children Ph. i 's r idWiiTREE' cushions.: $100: antique merch. 3255462. 10/27
'REALTOR*, ... APARTMENTS. .....5464. 10/20 sin piano $100; chair withtwsching 2tpd 11/03 .
1 $100 mth. 964-8404. 10/13 SERVICE ottoman, $29.. WHITE LEGHORN HENS 25 -

USHER Stchq.! 1O/77 '." L, *Removal matching: black couch and $1.00 each. 781-3376 alter. :
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,chain set. $90. 6 p.m. Itpd 10/27'
PINE FOREST.APARTMENTS f 'Trimming'' tn .....0. BTU KBROSENB i'

,Your Unlee County......Ior .FILLDIRT Stump Removal |1. TWO'WtTE FACI BLACK HEATER Circulating ty..... *Jr
496-2126 <1962908"ueW.MotInSttLMo.lluftw' III ANGUS.HEIFERlt One to Good condo Brown*
or pFree Estimates ; four _"' "oM 'calves.. porcelain; 75-'00 gal. tank
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III '1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apt., Sand & Limerock r 'Firewood. 78231391cho; 10/27 far above heater. $179 for

From M50" to '297"'III S CEMENT MIXER with alec both. Two Small Fry softball -
:; "'ftWUST1NG$ ,1 > :: 473-4732 mofo*. Good condo Phone mitts. Excellent condition -
f Bedroom...... OM Mock 468-1455 i. I
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.' t 964-9036. Itpd $3-9. 9644144., Itpd
I lr.m lit 1 Jt In Lh. .Better$ *."'. I = 1930 W. MtSM -' .,Hampton Florida ,! After SP.M. JUST .OPENED 'Mini Flea 10/27

I a'A Acre with 2 bedroom borne Meted epprea.. III Phone 964-0312' Key.'o- Heights -;i Market Star.. 212 E. CallSt. FURNITURE. Frost-free

mile off..' 121,'I mllee tellluButle' ,* III Oust SOUtINCP0RUNiTY L!' en.'" & Ift. j ;THIS WEEKS SPECIAL, relrlg.. $200; electric _
I ato; bedroom. \\4 .bath esM...*.. black It_. Central: I -- ; MobIle Home :. New sofa with matching stave 5125; gas heaters.
"'af/olrl entre' .fergO'kf$cb e<"''wfm eoeele. even, II ( J. ELECTRIC SERVICE POLES d5- '- -''" chair and coffee table $39 and up: stereo, $79:

I dtthwasher"Co,....' Were-stayS pluS. ,rtll. AIM .be GUARANTEEDROOF $160; new kitchen set w/4 double bed.;$65: twin bed.
J fncns1. .beet yard, looted S,.blockS. t. Mole It. .Us .... j jMTeWreem 100 Am;. $15 200 Amp. $250 (' ChoIrs $90. Ifpd 10/27 '$33: French Psav.nciofbarns
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.. :'Complete,; Installation Service Available CONN TRUMPET Gold ... : suite, $150: solid
'CBVbrfch' home phi e trecer-lot near Cell....'...Estimate 1 .Specialise In. leak and cellent condition. $2OO or Mapl. bedroom suite.

central ./.lr.-cerpot................ Waldo 448-1117 $ minor ..po"'*.. For free I.beet offer Nice Christmasgift. $200: small refrlg., $100: If ,
i hospital. NO. lot hoe beautiful' pecan -, /,, ( estimate call after S p.m. Call 431-1132: after Panasonic remote control

dishmeshur.. Exiro IP1UNOSI ARIA with ....,... / I .- .*.crN4423l S:30 p.m. er weekend color TV. $230; color console ,
10 A..WOWTHINGTOH -a-a ..'/29 tfnAUC'hON1 $lSO dresser/mir
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floral It acreS.....U.b.....Owner Inenclng. : .
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chest $45
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dow. ........ FOR SAU .
pet, : I p.m. Melrose. Flo. Behind washer $190: dryer, $100; ,
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..., Acres-fronts rI_. *'** It..2....ft..irDff *.* on 4,000 *... H. 'enapprox.. 1 .Red Thompson. Realty T camper site ,........ $&9: ,

| / | $* 2$/. IDEAL for *.......... club......<*, '-' l: } ." oc: of (and. S$ORM,9 canvplet black Inside Alochue Coon" sofa/chair. $150. ...- .

: .AC.IAG. IR S DR corn I Retell wholesale. Itpd 10/27 .
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10/11.'. 0- financed wIsh 11% down .0 ynorite' "i.._ ,. ..-. ._. i J ,.. ,, Ireok'an4Fomlfy Bill Perry a Bill Lewis Auc. table. *>/ swWei choir
0.... .eypac4uaIty '$' .buy tloneer. Sterke end $40O now $150 '/: .
IIh 1..12".o: / '" and Service for roam. .Located hi.,Lake COlt aver ;
fIMEIT1. I. ,'Vi AssumoM.Moraig.,. ;. StlhiChelnr I ..tIer. Ph 4962196LOSE Keystone, call 473-7912 forInformation. like. new solo, cost aver
.,.p.rtJ 104 acres wlif'.M' fashioned hose. front.1 I lot u* Bhowr thl. 3 bedroom 2 botrToay ; SHhl iFro" Auction servlces -- $600. new $200: frostfreerefrlg.
.Wealtd1valop you Sow*and Other 'Equipment '
attIIt runch or for wmaker used .
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: I"... "O octo .eeclreitesCamPlet'hV '. 10/27 one year, $230: vacuum
ed" ..1, ,Sfarko nol. .hborho d. 'ALL Sf'KIAL'1' I 7! NOW HIGHLY rtniUZIO AROtN- ettcellent cond., ,

.. er1, '3'mres 0.0 prevIdaKeCme1't, ."--" -'- ll Todeiy For An Appointment tL_ '1B-fnb, OBn '& Sew, o ;ton* BAA HAY Beginning $60; .handwoven wool urea '
"_. :. ni7J .!119" \ '. 1ft.2't' Lbs. A Mo. Oct. 10. Start cutting, rugs worth $800. 'willsacrtftce
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I Highway.. t.oMM P.ow'S en Itlll to ..,..I..c.. FAULKNIR RfAiTY Gwarantead-All New weather permitting. $1.79 for'$83. .....4355.
.2I ecres. wish cuM. \. bale. Pick u,. behind. Itpd 10/27 "
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Give to me sweet repose 1983 F100 117" W B
Take weary flesh and troubled mindsIn 39,000 mites tilt cruise stereo air
peace my eyelids close. .,f r (1)) Only 300 Six + 3 Speed glass alum. wheels deluxe tu-tone bed rails

I've, laboured In the fields today 19,995"
The harvest fields to reap $ 0
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Mrs Hattie Lee was born January 31,1931 to Mr.John Everett! Holmes and
Mrs.Lattle Holmes In Union County. Riviera
She was converted and joined the St. Johns Baptist Churcn during the
pastorate of the late Rev. L.C. McCormick. '
She was united In holy matrimony to Mr.Herman Lee,May 2e,1951.To this : ; '13,795
onion two sons were born both of whom preceded her In death.
On Thursday,Sept. 1, she moved beyond the swelling tide. .#
She leaves to mourn her passing: her husband Mr. Herman Lee: father* l a -
John Everett Holmes of Gainesville\ ;stepmother,Mrs.Doretha Reed of Lake l g .
Butler: \two brothers, Jessie Holmes of Clinton, N,J. and Phillip Holmes of
Lake Butler: father-in-law, Willie Lee of Lake Butler; eight aunts; nine ,. 1983 Nissan 1983 Buick
uncles; eight slsters-tn-law; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing
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Card of Thanks ;'$1'1 295.D ,
With' grateful hearts we wish to \thank the many friend wild have been so ,
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other sympathetic expressions\ have been extended during the loss of our
loved one. ,
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Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04337
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04337
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1.55 Inches of rain ell Saturday and Sunday at Highland and .6 Inches J Udlt.ri.l. .., .'. . .. .. :.. 4fporfa e GAINESVILLE Iji''T
fell Saturday at the Hampton Lake area from Oct. 19-20,bringing the total 1 '..ocl.I... ... .. . .,.....//1..12 FL 32611
rain for the October: : to ,about 8 inches.: 1> I .. ... . .. ........,.. '
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Fall Baclt at,2 a.m, Sunday... ., : 1 ;I.Jt>.'.. T
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again at 2 a.m.Sunday,OctSO.when you : ,.... . . "
should "fall back" hour. EST will O. v. . .. .,... he Sweetest Strawberries This '
April. one prevail until.the.last Sunday in .1 i .N_ ...... . . . .,... ...r"ct..llflotelIJ. Side of Ileqven

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'J," ,, .. be trick or treat time for the fee rule is'exempted'once, how could
,Development Authority and City of the city Justify enforcing it next timea
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: I. Starke about 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, new business comes to town? The
? when Bill Wilson ,delivers a $30,000 large fee resulted from the high
r .. check to the city. amount of water the plant would use
Yf. 4 f But there may be no winner or loserin and the detergents released Into the
the year-long friendly squabble city sewerage system by the launder-
over a $69,500 impact fee for River- ing operation.Okay .
; side Uniform Co. The city first said Wilson will tho city
wanted over $100,000, but over the issue a building permit the next day,.
year reduced the amount. Oct. 201Yes
An April 15 bill from the city to the if the Development Authority
Development Authority was for would guarantee the impact fee
$69,500, with a $30,000 partial pay- replied city officials.
ment requested by Oct. 31. Okay, agreed Wilson, knowing with
The Development Authority began Gaines and Kopelousos with him and
''working with Riverside Uniform, fora thinking the rest of the DA member
uniform rental and laundering com would go along with them. '
pany to be built in Starke back in Wilson still believes if the agree-
November 1981. By Oct.. 20, 1982 a ment hadn't been made Riverside
preconstruction conference. was Uniform might not be in Starke now.
scheduled.But When Jerry Vereen turned to his
the day before the DA delegation -, engineer in the preconstruction con-
suddenly discovered the city re- ference, and asked if everything was
'quires that,an Impact fee be paid In order, what would have been
before a building permit is Issued. Vereen's answser when the engineer
With the' Riverside delegation Including "No. We can't even get a
owner Jerry' Vereen of the budding permit here." _
multi-million corporation, coming the
Such a road block at that critical
next' to construction
day
sign
stage could have killed the
project,
documents the DA members workingon
Wilson believes. Vereen would likely
the project to get new industry for
have decided back
Starke had a problem. to out right there,
Wilson .
Wilson Gus Kopelousos, and DA saYI.Meeting
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-''''' '--.--- -"" -------.:-- -: J ".- -- Chairman L.M. Gaines met the city
\ r- council the night of Oct. 19.They asked decided to pay the $30,000 as per the
the city commissioners to waive city's bill. No date has been set payment
Homecoming Hoopla...,. ,.' H* the impact new Industry coming 50 of the remaining 39500.
bemnna TomUnuon employees to be hired, the plant was Actual city: cost to enlarge and ex-
Sophomore princess and (Michelle! S4ist.aI WCardinal Hall (Michelle 11.11), ,
be
to city development park .on Ed-. tend water and sewer lines to ac-
claiamates) Amy. Jo Carter. MlcheUe Sexton, Beacon Duncan (:Allfftno Denmark), Pope John ATIpomecamlng'tQueeft wards Road. comodate the Riverside Uniform
... sad Brenda Bike*, the homed peril,.and Thomasw 'tthur (StaegyReddIehBisheip>)> Berate Chtdy;. t1\ 'Commissioners askeoUf the 1 Impact Dlant aroundOOO.(
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.Rooney.tite ride their.clam host4w55 Y t'.t\'WIo... > ,. ......wis. ." ,, .i. .
WJplilerl); be thus eagt f'M botiov It" : *4 I. .fi. ....r :... t t+iFt : ,II.
strithe'.11GJ.' fw..+ dtmtl..fbe.. ." I a.nOra,.tiUetaai. Notlcler. arid Cbt9iU 3aidb+gid't': M"4 tt "'", asra'a9' ''a#>!Ii!>.:I.J.. W+........saYRtl.. ...aW,asq rl+rutgaMna+nth"'"...... ...+i.r, ,
". 1. Students dN their beat to take off on the < .
\ 4 homecoming theme: We're Number One, BUS. Angela Folsom, at left, won. Two Races Set in LawteyjJordan.
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4< We're the Blue DevIls Exorctat. And,they tried her, !rown, In a vote of.tIt a'entireUindent: body..

their best U mimic their favorite teacher. For more homecoming'hoopla.{please lee Page I
Sophomore skit participants (1-r>)>.are Shier Sandy ,lHandlZB.. '"

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ttrr+t ,;,1 t, r + races are set In Lawtey's Dec. will be starting her sixth two-year
6 election with newcomer Carl E. term.
[ 4j '(Buddy) Griffis challenging veteran
Police Chief M.M. Jordan and former Current Mayor Robert Scott in
: councilman Spud Massey going Group 3, will will be starting his 20th
against incumbent: councilman Mar- year on the council.
vin Rosier. .
-Councilman Hiram (Busier) Ben-
Both Griffis and Massey qualifiedlate nett, in Group I, will begin his third
Friday morning, Oct. 21, the last consecutive term on the council. Ben-
day of qualifying. nett also served a term years ago.
Qualifying ended at noon Friday,Oct.
Jordan's opposition, his first after 21.
four years, was a surprise Jordan
last beat David Huber; a policeman With five offices up it was to be a
working under the CETA program, by '"big year" election In Lawtey. But Interest
13 votes in his last outing. is still expected to run pretty
high with the police chief's race providing
Spud Massey has never run against the spark.
Councilman Rosier,.but his brother,
Wayne Massey, has. One Lawtey resident said the
.. Getting by with no opposition are: Jordan-Grlffis race will cause both to
City clerk, Lucille Shuford. who have to get out and work.Citizens .

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A"wor"kshop is set:at 7 p.m. Monday Road side.Choosing. south 'side U,. getting the peces: ry'balfnille the school: has 20 semi-trucks, but that property, but both asked that money Smith to have a plan for the Morgan
nighty: Nov. 7. on .location, : of a a spot with no oppositionis runs and the low site mignt no more than 12 would be used on the from any trees cut for the range came Road side drawn for the Pc,. 17 work
$290.000 paved practice range for the ,the goal:'Only land run the budget over the 2SOooo! school farm.The trucks would not run back to the Ag Dept. Hutchins said the session.
semi-truck driving class operated by" enough for the truck driving rang available.. \ 'over 35 to 40 miles per hour,and muchof elderly residents In the area should be Two criteria should be set, said
the Bradford'BradfordUnion Vocational"' the school system owned FFA farm Some 18 residents' living on NW 29th \the instruction,' such as backing taken into consideration when site. is Board Chairman Rodney Hall:
Technical Center. 'some 170 acres north of Starke off Avenue,. which passes .through the would be done at, idling speed, Davis chosen for the range. 1) Something should be done for the
Noise from the large diesel engines. US-301 bordering Morgan Road FFA farm, appeared at an Oct.: 10 jsald The ag instructors and Forester Ag Dept for its agreement to have the
being revved up gears is the (CR-233i on the south and running work session In'opposition to having 'One older resident wearing a portable David Norton estimated some $15,000 driving range on the FFA farm.
main factor cited, opposingresidents. :'north', In back of. the Underwood ,the range near their: homes. oxygen supply,said she and her of timber would have to be cut from 2) The lange plan should be of as
Motel! The noise factor of semi-tractors: ,,husband are concerned: : about the .the higher north side site. environmentally low Impact as possi
With lb. $250.000 in hand to pave a When opposition appeared to put' revving up was the main factor cited noise and pollution from the truck ex-. "We all got back there because we ,ble.FFA
practice taRie'for the large diesel ting the driving range on north side of ,by the older residents?who said they (,hausts.. wanted to get a way from all this advisor Paul Hutchins, 'who
engine driven trucks. school officials: .the school: farm Sun the highest 10 moved'to. the area. because. .it. was Pon Martin who works with diesel (noise and pollution off US-301)) Now :has been In the Ag. Dept. for 30 years;
faced/ opposition Oct. 10 to plan by acres, Supt. Casey suggested shifting' quiet. ,engines said the noise is greater at they're trying to put it right under our pointed out digging out the creek
Vo-Tech Director David Smith to, It to the southern side of the farm,.. The $250.000 to'build the driving low speeds when a driver is working noses," said Don Martin. through the south side of the farm to
lace the school on the hortlr portion bordering Morgan Road. Drawback Is ,range is .a, grant to.theL Bradford through the gears.Vocationalagriculture. Mrs. McNeill asked, "If all of you Water Oak Swamp would alleviatewet
of the agriculture farm\ .the southern side is lower, requiring 'school system from the state and the : instructors were out there, would you want it conditions on the residents of the
An alternate site on the south side of much fill and the building of bridges. money can: be used to place the range Paul Hutchins and ,Greg Alvarez around you?" area as well as the school farm.
the) FFA; farm currently being .Supt. Casey pointed out the vo-tech .on any property owned by the school while not coming out and saying they At that point, some hour Into the Supt. Casey said the truck driving
studied.at the suggestion of Supt. Tom center has heavy equipment to move board, said Supt Tom Casey. oppose the vo-tech plans, gave the impression discussion: Supt Casey suggestedthat program Is' noble," because it takes
Ca ey, but opposition Is expected dirt.: Vo-tech: truck driving class instructors they would rather not have an alternative be sought to the people off the streets and In eight

Nov.,.e.u 7 from residents. ) .on the.M9".an., Director: ; Smith said problem.on_the. .Al,Maher and!_Oscar: Davis ,said -the'7i-: driving range on the school farm north side ag farm site. Casey asked makes them employable.

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fjttarke Family Awaits Votes For Grant In Your

[News From Marine ; Croup : ; Application. BrSection.- .. ; .

:the)- family of liac Cpi! 'Ban A wa"rm--P of:a 1981 grant applicaUon "portion'of Chandler'Ave. outside the t apptic ation% if the Task Force of H nt.;'. Doy..f ,"

h Blainkcnship.* a*> oak iatonesday '' 'to improve drainage and install! i;city limits Is also Included In the plan. I residents approves the plan, is Camp'Blandlng will.hold a special "Hunter's Day" |rust before)
,' to still waiting news of 'water and sewer lines fit the Lincoln Plans call for soma 9,000 feet of pav-i ? add land acquisition for water "
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i. fate. Bbtnkenship is a member oft City area Just south of Starke Is set by, 1!1 Ing and sewer and water linen.Marlie retention basins.' the lesson |>eglns"t". $ 'I' J\ ,.J. t i .
U.S. Marine peacekeeping force Bradford County.. Sanderson of the North Central :tTbe ';t '.. r I "
had merit.;}and reEJlII -
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r'-i was the target of a terrorist A' group of .0' Lincoln' atT' area, Florida Regional Planning Council < ,grant ideal 'target area, said J. .: ft, ::,;..H ". ; '1' ",' ,
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_..Mug attack in Ipb.nonSundsY, residents where., formed into a Task (NCFRPC. ) ran the meeting and an which .is.: the reason ) "j.", "*. '<:1 ,-N'' ...a ,J.1 I '.''I ..:t>' '
; Homecoming:. j? : < AX: i of"y ; tTh ,. .
hbi'Ttds watKng sure tahardsaid ,Force and voted unanimously Tuesday explained 'the: program to the is' planning to, resubmit : 1: .1 K4fl> .1
Gerald Biaok n hlp of Starke,, night,.Oct: as, for the county to1apply residents.; NCFRPC has< been retain I Since '81 the maximum amount or the ..Tornodo parade their Homecoming ,'S3 floats down. the
tenter of lbsndoi.It.ti ,, I fat the $750,000 grant. A secondpuWic .ed by the county. grant coordinator: \aaplication has ,been raised from .streets of,Stork. #' '., .
u, a.'Rigl/r/ tlltMv.J i 'BiiddyittoefanUly hearing is set within the next"' and Sai4romkwiU write. the application. e,w0Oe0 to 750000. ....''h' A' 1iI', :i' ... 'rJ < ;,7 jbla' c'12';" .'kf1 I.
;few w.... Taiwstarear* WnM will .', .. i.; .A.
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,ay is hi ''.. be notified by main-. ; : ", It,6:4:F the same (Brant the county apwpiIed '>&\&The application, due Dec M, calls ; ." I',: ,\'fro'llI.', I. '. .. ,4' ; .
has pros. 41be family .''Target area of the grant iP cationLncludu' < JarJ and.?dtdrs't';get in 1961.. for $214,000 In street. and drainage, .im- New Briefs... "r"-.. >,*'' -1'< .'"
re some Information as to Express ( lQtb, Sanderson said.In'W the Lincoln City'' >vements, $71.000 for the .000 feet, ; y
i >'s safety, said Gerald (SE! 15th AEve), and Main. 'grant application accumulated 663 of, I water lines, and $200,009 for 9,000 'ITh''Ia1..tJ'lewi1t.'a from the court" 'systems' for Union Cloy.
Washington .
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, lip joined the Marines' lit (SE 11* Ave) Arenas between West 1,000 possible points, was ranked 27th ,, it of sewer lines. Exact amount of; 'and"'. Brodfqr". ; countless.. ..... "i' },/il/lCt Y r}.7 aj:". r Y'f!., .
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following graduation of 53 awarded in the state s will be determined after in-< ; ,
SE; 9th St) and SR100Aand Grant projects ) grant V'1: It"1- ..J'"W' hr*. ::: ,f' ,
:?(- -1tP ... ,.(_,..au.)'>, -:;:' \ from i residents in the second, l;, J ,, ; .' Ii,,' .\1'" ,' ,'
a 5tr.opbetweeen...... mifMIiIb.'A''''"" .. thlI'.. .' Hearing... Sanderson said:; I r'. I't'i \ -\I' 'ii "
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ari A$40,571 bid from Quality Builders allocated tor the SS project, and the to be" In student load, Supt{Casey !3 :
dada on_roofinl buildings at Southside all five alternates could be > 13
school officials couldn't turn down Even so, $5,671 more than planned concerned," the veteran superlftt.efto
ar alternates they hadn't planned to do, will be spent on the SS reroofing Job. dent says. "You estimate,the,best you I Ivan '
says Supt. Tom Casey. Board member were suspicious of and run it." ',. .",.,.. Il., ,.
Pi"I Quality Builders Inc. admitted the much lower bid last week:, but .' .. !''a
there was a mistake In its bid but were assured by Dompe's report ?-: "t t
Instruments... z
Band f
over-all wants to do the Job, and does Monday night. Plus, Chairman New
'ns + Rodney Hall pointed out IT a firm Purchase of $4.800 in new,band ln .
M! architect conies, up with a' bid bond and is a struments was approved-by1'the'
tb i;' J school board Monday night Oct. 24. licensed builder ,the bid cannot by school board. /.' "w
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Glse To be reroofed at StouthsideElementary law be rejected: The amount is half, of the1_In- '
v. are the cafeteria the second S3 Principal Jesse Moore Is pleased struments ordered by Bandmaster!,>:
wing, the library, administrative Jto say the least, to be getting all Mike Woodfin but Supt. Casey wants ft}(
M officer and covered the leaking roofs In' his school to hold up on purchases,'
GlLI walkways. repaired, instead of Just the cafeteriaand until he sees bow the FTE' count; %.
"I don't see any reason not to accept 4 rooms In the second wing.! comes in. ..,- ,'' :M
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the bid. said architect Dompe'reporting ,
JlBi Quality Builders, Inc of FTte: Count SUU Short... In other action in the'' special.. jt.,
/ pf Gainesville has been in business 20 A rough estimate of the October student meeting, the school board; ". ;.\' t.f
at ... .. years and expanded into the roofing count being done this week, I
'....' business five years ago. shows the Fulltime Equivalent(FTE .okayed bids as recommended,b1..t
b[I Quality Builders base bid, for just student count Is down some 60 the staff, on county-wide, 1urn1 ..;: ')'
di Costume Contest... I the cafeteria and four classrooms on students under estimates made last "r.Approved *
the second wing, was $16,784, way January. a $854 payment fa art*
Contestants la a Halloween costume contest at the E.T.t Michael O'Neal, 2; Laura O'Neal I,and Nicholas under the $26,750 from Poole Roofing 'That shortage, down from 100 chltect Dompe for work done on the y x:
Bradford County Library for a party sponsored by Girl O'Neal.. t Sheet Metal of Gainesville and the students in an earlier estimate, still middle school roof after workmen left ?f3
It Scout Cadettte Troop 528 are(l-r) Kelly Coanaughtoa., Some 34-40 kids bobbed>> for apples, a Jack O Lantern $27,819 base bid of A. Bartlett Roofingof will cost the school system some the roof uncovered and damage oci
In baseball salt; Jill Schlofmon. 3: Shawn Connalighten, loss pinned the nose on the pumpkin, mini-cake walk Gainesville. Including all five alternates $85,000. Any such shortage will come cured when it rained ,oyer,' the':,?
5; Shawn Muse I; Leslie Nugent 7; Dwayne Tennant Iced cookies, and had punch. Quality Builders $40,671 bid is out of the fund balance in theoperating weekend and wet the building:;*",' i,-J<
ID $30,774 under the$71,445 Did of A. budget, says Supt. Tom Attorney Terry Brown said the eon-*?\"
hi rote' 1 Bartlett Roofing. 'Casey. tract with the builder read the firm :;
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in A or TreatingSet Dompe reported Monday night he Lawtey Elementary Is 4q students would not be responsible for architee-;:'
II Monday Night... "can't speak totally for Quality short. LE had 400 students last year. tural work done for the board.The architect -' ,,:
Builders but to the best of my The LE enrollment has been growing is an agent of the board, the. :
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SlgJ Chief Parents are requested by Police I ability..." the firm has been checkedout each year, and "who'd have guessed members bad to finally agree., -. ;
Jimmy Bowen to please have ,
and s properly qualified to do the there wouldn't be 400 students there ';
D their young ghosts and goblins out Signed a contract with the North..?
this asks
Supt. Casey.
from 7-9p.m. Monday night, Oct. 31. Job.Board year "..:
leto > member J.T. Parrish asked Starke Elementary Is about 30 East Florida Educational Consortium
Chief Bowen says Halloween Is if Supt. Casey concurred with architect 'students under the January estimation based in Palatka for the Comprehan- '"
Monday and, regardless of the Dompe. "Oh, sure,"' said :I on which the system is paid statefuncs. sive Health Benefit Program. This.?.-,
C4 Halloween carnivals Saturday night, Casey, who Jumped on the 'much SE ended last year with 640 year the school board is participating-:;:
that Oct. 31 is the day to celebrate. lower bid the week in a-Insurance for health uf
previous when students and now has 608. Other program ,
Parents are also requested to bids were opened. $35,000. was school are about where they planned insurance with.the consortium. ,.try I
L allow their children to homes in their .. ,
neighborhoods to people they know. -J5a
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"Take no chance on a child getting *
tainted candy," Chief Bowen urges. Sampson Lake ;Store Rejected by Zoning, BdL,; .

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A request for CI (Commercial Intensive amend the county' Land Use Plan, quiring areas for off-streetp artin.i1ti;
1Fi 4V ) zoning in an open rural area;y I requiring consideration of 20 different and loading," Brown said. CI wouW-. .
,. rA Carnivals Set brought roomful of protesters from, criteria in making the decision. also permit "all sorts of thInp.'Jn-ill
Sampson City to Tuesday night's Brown also referred to what he called eluding taverns 1i baR (with special?
Saturday Night...
county zonsing meeting. "the suspicious nature" of the ap- exception and other ,unregulated\ ,,,
All five elementary school In the Relaying their objections through plication saying that problems of the commercial enterprises, the attorney
county have Halloween Carnivalsset attorney Terence M. Brown the past could be exacerbated CI said. / '-'!
Saturday night, Oct. 29. delegation's efforts were' crownedwith zoning. The attorney said that CN, ,
For information on: these carnivals .- success when the board voted (Neighborhood Commercial) toning :. :" t ;
please see. Page 8B. unanimously to recommend denial of provides for a small retail store and ,
:, ., the rezoning requested by Mary Ann that under this classification gasoline ;;:'
; :,\ ;. SolId, developer of a subdivision on pumps could be allowed by. special r exception. -, ,THIMADPOtHB | .": .
Sampson Lake. Neither Mrs.Soud nor If desired. COUNTY TUIGRAPN ::2-
.;. Danny Scott,who proposed to buy the The requested 'CI, cla8slhcatlpnwould Published. '*v.ry TtiMrtrftsy; ::3
," -10: property involved, if rezoned, at- permit extensive
,t Halloween Party t teended 4*13S W, Call StTMf; Y
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-- :>, Set This Afternoon .... proposed operations carry- : I
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rezoning would permanently Ing a large volume of traffic and reJ -
_[ : .;o.iI_ .::n:.. The Starke Recwatlon feepart- _; .I Second Class postage paid at I

Participating.Parents.Nded... ', ', meet party, will at the be Pratt sponsoring StJntelt,4 a Halloween: J .-' .MeetingfF'iPr\t4Yer..., ,E f n-.ss: '4 Star! ,tFI : 'd 1 J

% 'Mrfutaft.iiyvWatrnrouii' t Jfev ti wi waiki fu .) The ypunaHtersJvjl.at 'st1dJij rl9P flflbn% e J
nave < will be Thursday O CZ7,starting I tW ;mtifalonnKWi&' start a haJr-an-honr liter, at 7:30 ",. "
Southside Elementary School carnival Saturday night to find out. 3:15 and lasting to 4:30.: ,',p m'! Instead of 7 p m., beginning with the Nov. 1 regular session. In-trade area: $10.00 peV,yeor' s'
First grade mothers Gloria Hatcher. Diane Loper. and Maxine Gay paint There will be font). best That decision was made at the Sept 4 meeting of the council. $5.50 sin \
prizes '
"tombstones" for the cake walk sponsored by the first grade classes of Mrs. costumes and there will also be The reason for the meeting time change was simply to make it more monthsIir t I I
Carolyn Taylor and Mrs. Maria Kopclousob. games and refreshments.u convenient for council members and the public to arrive on times The action Outside great $11 per:yeor, i:: "f i
More parents are needed to work the carnivals, they say. was taken In an executive session of the council called to discuss the $6.00 six Mont"I' !,
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contract offered the police union. I

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I Lawtey Power to be Cut Off in November,

Electricity will-be turned off Nov. and including SR-22SA. The CR-12S p.m,customers along or served from Your Choice Colonial or ;
1-3 In Lawtey and surrounding areasas area near CR-225A will also be af US-301 north of CR 125.: ,
Florida Power and Light upgradesand fected. "We regret this inconvenience and
improves its system, the com- Thursday, Nov. 3-> 8am.noon, appreciate your tolerance while we I __ -5- NG utN A -;c 1 :
announces. customers in Lawtey, those along build a better and more' reliable
pany Power outages will be required on CR-12S just north of Lawtey and system to serve you,'* says FPL's _
the following days, weather permit- customers along NW 105 Ave.; 1-5 John Anderson. '

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Tuesday, Nov. 18:30.9 a.m.. all
customers north of Morgan Road; 8 1 14 I
a.m. noon, customers along or serv- ACME HARDWARE: y'c c
ed from US-301 and SR-200A from
Morgan Road to SR.225; 1-5 p.m.,
customers in.the southeast Lawtey 964.6163 301 E. Call Street:


customers area.Wednesday along, Nov. or 28 served a.m.-noon from, OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Conritry't'l

SR-225 from Lawtey to SR-225A (Nor- 8 a.m. 5:30: p.m.Vacuum:
man Road); 1-5 p.m. Customers \- m'J
along or served from SR-225 west of -
SUPER BUYS :

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Mrs. E.L. Biggs of Atlanta,Ga. was I Wfl*'
visiting Mrs. JII. McClane from Cleaner

Thursday until Monday. They spent ,, :.
the weekend in Daytona Beach where ,Model, 1412
they visited Dr. and Mrs. Sam Stern-

berg Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Cisne of Ur- 00 n __ ,Y '._ v6-s .,
bans Ill. and Mr.and Mrs.Ben Stern-' $6'
berg of Hawaii.
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For Only 4Piir e Country" "Oak Country>t' : I < .'
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. "Sandy"Sanderson .' Gets Out Deep Down Dirt I

day trip to have returned They flew from down ten-to '' ), perfect blend of the old and ...And :as. inviting ad all ,ou', 'i ,

Luxor, Egyr.Egpyt and Aswan Romex Wire new in all wood and wood pro- doors! This popular all ,wood, I '

and had a four-days and nights Nile l ducts. Easy-open and fully dust and wood products suite has" ...'. : ,
cruise. .' '' ;I 12.2, with Groundp proofed drawers and solid tops fully' dust-proofed :and center:: ,,1,

Mr. and Mrs C.L. Cooper were : \ ,Banded with .wood and in- guided drawers and.solid top;", : :1i

visiting last week, in Franklin, N,C., 'despensable micarta.. It, is just, banded with wood and Micarta, .:t,4fsoright"lneveryway
Gatlinburg,Tenn. and Asheville N.C. ;aIea294 50 Note the etched "' :'
While there they attended the I' \ drawer; fronts.deep: design-' on" ; ,!:
Southern Baptist Senffw Adult Con- >..- 1.\\;
ference In Ridgecraft, N.C. on .. 11; .
Wednesday night. They returned ,.' .' Ij ,; .}: !
home on Saturday night. Also attending "
were six ladies who live with the a5! ...-f ;
Cold'Weather .
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Coopers and Mrs. Joan Davis also of .. EACH HAS, flei8n': SALE j' '

Starke. Special 4 PIECE BEDROOM *' :;:
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Mr. and Mrs Donald Cooper and ;" '4.,Full or Queen Headboard_ 695 I
son, David, were visiting their son Cast Iren .
and brother Ray, and Mr. and Mrs. r'. '. Triple Dresser :).; '!.1,

and Harold Tuesday Braham of this In week.Chipley Ray Monday began Box Weed Stove ,_ Notch'Mfrror' with' Shelves : J .f.. ,:

,workil for Florida Extension Service .- Reg.,' 19.5Q 0 5 Drawer Chest 'Mite ''Stl'.1'1.. .f, .,
i Chin pley on Monday, I I- !. ; YJ j ;>


to Mr.Melbournne and Mrs.to Robbie visit their Sheller nephew went Sale $'I SI 4 5 0 .DENMAf1kFORNITUR '*; t tj

and last wife Wednesday.Mr. and Thursday Mrs. Edgar they Gunter wentto .

Miami to visit another nephew Mr, Per All Your Hardware Needs '
and Mrs. Carl White and spent Friday j i',. 434 W. Call Street',- Sic{ rke '- 9 .5826or 964-5827 .
with them. Saturday morning, they SEE HARDWARE "
went on the SS Boheme, a cabin ACME Estublished.ki'. 1923 t. :
cruiser, for a eight-day trip to Tahiti .. ..' ':
Jamaica and Mexico.,They returned Where we custen. cat glass to' year need. .
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Thought, for 1Jie week*.!*,, ,,' :. Dance Dance, Dance.,..
.A* we pu.h the resistance. of (m. u i
w* The Junior 'class Is sponsoring a
strengthen our faith. dance in the"cafeteria Friday night if
: ., after the home In- f
,'. game against
":Super Seniors.,.. M I,, terlachen. And they have a secret
'The JW*, l to an assembly,recenfr 'event planned to.take place at the
lye\el fellow classmates, in dance Watch, for details. and be PA
superlative! elections, The winner thereH!f I I' \ A CIh
were '. ;" -- -

1 Friendliest Lisa Bell and "Thomas :' .\ ."
Johnson, :' -. '.. ,, ,
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Green,' Cuteslr Angela Poison. ,and Don Colleges Dad;.. ,. ". ,
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-MoJMndlvldualMonlque1'Chandler .. ,.The163'College-Career' Day Pro- vPti'1Vy r
and Courtney grain for juniors and seniors only la ,
Most Daugherty.Wilkerson set in the from 8:3o11: I

and Daniel Martin. am. next Friday, Nov. 4. The arty .
Best Dressed-Renee'Wimberly and public Is also invited. The program
Gary Tyson. : will consist of representatives from l1 t.rr r M / I r, F' .

.'Most. Flirtatious- Donna .Thornton ',interested community colleges,state r 1 ;
and Tony Hill. universities*,vocational schools, the
'''Most'Likely to Succeed- Michelle Armed Forces, etc, AU seniors and
l JPnUtD and Mike Christmas. juniors should take advantage of'this
Best AllAroundMichelle Stillwell. opportunity toga Jn Information from I
and Dennis Dunlap. the best possible source,!about the different -
'Most Dependable' JuIeeWlae; collegesStudents'Honord"d.; .
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Brad.Most Russell.AthleticRobert Carver"4lJid. 32 Earn Stralght-A's at Southside 1leinerii' rye.. I

V eaKay Half.Spirit ,. The 32 students earning stralght-A's at Southaide Elementary!: School for Second rows Jane Stanwlx-llay. Bryon Lee Leigh Ann Odom. Becky !
Most Michelle Brightand ? the first six-weeks:which ended Oct.;10, are (l-rU Phillips Mlcbael McKinney Brian Hall, Amy Trlest, Heather Mersey, Jim
John Tlnsler. An award* assembly loTrecognize, Seated: Julie' :Thomas. Mandy Floyd Shannon Safer. Maurice Moore' Aulry. Bethany Lee'Brittany Bula. Santlya Saint LIs Lane.
WittiestElizabeth Lawson. and. ,.. Tornado students and their Kerr; Packham. Molly O'Neal. Dana Warrrn Corinthian Hankerson. Un4- .Back row Brian Canova Jason Canova Jonathan Ferguson, Melissa I
Jason Bennett.. *., ',. .. '' ., f,, achievements for'theflrstxi* weeks sey Walkup. .Chad. Farnsworth, Waite Johns,Timothy Armentrout. Tracl Frampton.
:
whlctfenderfOct/JO held Tues. '
was
; Thomas.
Absent for
photo: Danielle Smith and Tushlna Vanzant.
The seniors also voted on the follow- Oct. 25, ,In the auditorium during I
Ing: school.
Class Song- ('Is this the End?'" :
Class Motto"Make the most of life All of the 18 atraight-A honor roll Lawtey News I I
before the most of life Is gone,1*. and the 133: A-B honor, roll students
Claaj Flowerr, ,Red Rose: : *, were !(<*og,6dzed.The .. .' ,.j, i 4

Spanish ;eighteen Ahonor'toil,studentsare by Miss Elizabeth Terry .;* celebrate Lea McClellan's! birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Teston and I
'" Sponsor Days.t !' ; i phone 7823300PERSONALS Mrs:GeneUe Underwood and son of family of Little Rock Ark. attended
'The Spanish.Honor' Society sponsored 12th grade'Robert Carver, LeAnn Green Cove Springs spent the 'his fathers,funeral on Tuesday.
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'the October':r"I Hate Girls-1 Hate 11oysDay" Flynn.Tony' HilK) Thomas Johnson, Deepest sympathy of the community %", weekend with their parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs George Teson of Tampa -
19-ZO as'part' of Dottle WUkUon;. and Renee Wimber- 2s extended to the families of Arthur -*. Mrs. Earl Prevatt.Mr. and brother, Ed Teston of Omaha
Homecoming festivities.:,
and Mrs. J.R. Jones of Columbia
ly. Nebraska
I Illth attended their
"Art" Lewis Green Jr. Paternal, brother's
Winner of the I Hate Girl's Day was grade:. Cathy Lancaster,, and S,C. visited their Mother Mrs. Lonnie Teston funeral ,
grandparents are Mr.and Mrs. W.H. on Tuesday.Mr.
Pam Clark: and the winner of the J 'Stephanie Redding ,Flossie Rosier for a few days,this
,Hate Boy's Day was Chuck Cob rr(> '10th,grade: None What about thstIOphomons' Mrs.Green and maternal grandmother is-,u week. They returned home. on, Sun and Mrs. Barry Watts spent '
Martha Dorko, all of Lawtey. four
? days with their' brotherinlawand
Here i is how It works: Last Wednesday ? cia e.i
morning, before school or during Our prayers are with these families* .*, Robert McClellan and! son, Jeff otStarke. sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank
9th. lIadeBlalock, Sherri
:either lunch period the girls bought HarreTl,:.Wendy, .Hsieh, 'Audrey to. Friends learn that Mrs.she is OJ.a patient Phillips in regret North,,., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- Moniker in Orlando. : ;) I !
paper'footballs that 'saId "I'.Hat* Pierce, Lisa RIx,. Stacey Shuford, Florida Regional Hospital-. l. ,Clellan and son, Paul of Vidalia Ga. Mrs. Millie Beckham of Starke ,,
Boys, and pinned the footballs.to, ;Maxtne Starling. Tammy Thomason, Gainesville as of Wednesday.Oct. 19.- ,;were Sunday dinner guests of their spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. otCf. ..
their clothing. The girls had to forfeita Gregory,Wiggins,.and Pamela, ,,Will-, Our are with her. parents, Mr.. _.and_ Mrs..Les McClellan. Raymond Wilkerson. "
football if they spoke to,a boy.Ofcourse &.._......arf.N .- Friends prayers of Mark Scott son of Mr,," ( Mr. Mrs. David Hor""
the boys.tried their best to get, Alan McKinney and Theresa Ricks ">
girls and Mrs. David Scott, had surgery on
,the to sbeak to them At the end '
'were recognized as the"Tornadoes of Is csnus c ,
Bradford ;
Tuesday,' Oct. 25, at.
of the day the boys took all the foot- the Month\ ,V Inc. ',
balls had collected to the Hospital, Our prayers arewith" If ou'r. Florida driver
they Spanish 'RevWarren Lenger, president of him, *\ a ago
room to be counted..The boy who collected -: the. Kiwania- Club, presented DonnaTbornton Mrs Fred Moore'and'Mrs.'CedlWade J t 'l' 50 or older The Hartford can
.
the most received two free wit.
: the,Key Cluber of the of Tampa were guests of Mr'( guarantee that your auto insurance
tickets 'to'the homecoming ;
game Month award- and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke on a" to 'PTHFIN won'tbe canceled lust
Last Thursday the same rules applied > >John Tinsler, president ;of the "three-week motor home tour throug h'4 ERSC"REi1
accld.nt.Whot' .
because have
in reverse.The boys bought the you an
Historical
Society presented the
the west. Some of the of the
footballs highlights ?
that said 1 Hate Girls. pinned -
Librarians with a two volume set of
trip through 17 states were Seeing
them on their shirts and tried not more-. Insurance i
,
American Dilatory h oIu., Tetons In the Smoky Mountains Salt fr your
to speak to girls all ,At the end of
day1. won't bbe canceled because of
Lake
assembly YellowstoneNational
The began with a prayer City. }
the day. the girls took ail their
bant ittf'\Die"St'a nUh"room, and the toot ,given by Vlckl Thomas followed by Park Brice and Zim Canyons,.also d : your oge or any claims you
whOihad collected the most also won ,the pledge) of allegiance.. It was the the"Grand Canyons the Alamo and11New I file. Plus ,we offer generous
two free Uckets to the: first assembly of the year sponsored orleans They also visited '
:> homecomingCQtlgi discounts for drivers
by the Student Council. Assemblies relatives of both in St.. Louis, Mo, : mature
,
lit t'H i nit tptfam and*Chuck are set every sixweeks.Sondestudents Austin, Texas and Lafayette; Lou with good driving!records.If .
who re titled Mr'tUId Mr. had trouble findingseats slana. After.returning, Mrs. Wade '
Irresisti _
ble! 1 tt.!' ,,including the balcony..' and Mrs. Moore visited their sister; i I J eJ'i',-_ iI'j you're a mature driver and I
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Miss Rachel'Boyer, of Jacksonville/ li"lw -=- want quality protection
n ...tr r who had been a patient in the hospital '... special cotes and lifetimerenewable
while they were away Glad to report I .. ; :.

J I ost,.| ({ Honora. sVeteraris : ::tl lfW i8much bette r't1I bh\td 1 j i, ", JhI..oi I1{ IM"I" ra ,,r.,i'J! .:'\ -, ,. .. ,I.;,.J' >:6v.*'eQ u>"*auto,ti iii.asitsdin Insurance"

-. ,,- ......."r.'f.+ ._'c. ""I w.wiiMjtf\ JA')--erwa'hh131IM'g1isid 1tI..t1rcllftlMmn lJWf roo 'T t ".I "...' -frp.pll..IMerbHortfotnd.: .
.VetSfahVDay: (N.wl1t .,At 10:30 a. Brad Invited to arid larnilies because P nhep th pf. --' Call our agency fodoy.Don't .
hosted by American Legion gather at the County Courthouse .. her husband Lonnie Testop, I to honor comrades who have for the ceremonial part of the Oct. 22. Our prayers, !with all For the Needy... make'a., decision on

i. 1 in the 'Armed Forces of the Veteran' Day activities. Post 56 invites of them. It's thai time of the year agalnt Time for trick or treat or a' can cam- automobile Insurance withouta
both fallen and living is set all organizations lathe Bradford Jennie Boch was a,Saturday overt paign.' a different approach to Halloween. a ... from us.
ov,I of' County area to participate in the program night guest of her grandmother,M,.. Once'again it's time for the Pathfinder's to be out collecting canned
'GCierarYS'aid their with their colors and uniforms .Daisy loch, and great grandmother goods from the citizens of Bradford County. They need the support of the X.
famUtet.J 1o" ronai730 a.m. to 9:30: available) and with the placing of.. Mrs. Nellie WlUunson, They took her s community make 1983 as successful I982's collection was.
a.i WWdl, onHail'on EdwardsRo4w a wreath at the flag bolet>y each:' to 'the" Halloween- Carnival at the On Sunday evening the 30th of October the boys and girls of the Starke
The publi}, is invited. Phone Cooks for the breakfast are Judge: church on Saturday, night. 'Her I Pathfinder Club will be passing out bags to be filled with canned foods. THE HARTFORD
M4f&78. tnoCfcamhen: of Pommerce, George Pierce, (Co!. Ret.)' Bill parents; Mr. and Mr.,Lynn Boch and f They will return am Halloween night to collect the filled bags. This food Is
office, for reservations. Wilson, and Bob Adams. children were their guests for dinneron used to make baskets for the needy In the community.If .
Sunday and they took |her home you haven't received a bag and would like to donate food or clothing HODGES
fa Fe. sets Con Night with them in the afternoon. you may leave It at 1S4S W.Madison or call M4-40K.The Pathfinder Club Is Insurance
e Agency
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-1 Mr and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and i I a Christian Young Peoples organisation sponsored by the Seventh Day
't ile"--Community College .will be present'to-offer Information Paul of Vidalia, Ga. spent the Adventist, Churches around the world.' 964-4571
(SreCKand.tbe Alachua and Bradford abouttheir. institutions to appl'CXImatetY weekend with their parents, Mr, and The local club meets each Monday evening at 7 p.m.and Is open to all
County School-Boards will cosprtnWConege private and seniors from Mrs. Les McClellan between the ages of 10 and It years or grades 5 thru 10. 101A Edwards RoadBiscuit
Night".at the SFCC public: and school in Alachua Mrs. Margie Reddish and Johnny
TomlirLson of Starke and Mr.and Mrs. ,
and Bradford Countiues. Parents
gyn* on the northwest are
Wednesday, Nov. X, from 7-9'campus p.m. ,also invited. Lea McClellan were Friday dinner ----- -
For'lurtber', information guestsof P.O. Boy's Restaurant inJacksonville.
College representatives from more contact S.
at SFCC.. The occasion was to Buttermlllc:
Nancy Noyes
{haa.:.TOjreJljffQthroughout, the nation a t
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It i;.MOUNTING; 'EasyRiterr"Tire.NCIN6 S Original Recipe,or Extra Crispyand a biscuit.
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a Two old friend awl former Covermn of Florida discussed campaign strategy when Charley E. Johns of Askew admirer Mary Peterson of Starke, flanked by young friends Angle and Medusa Randolph,added color -'
Starke extended best wishes to presidential hopeful Reubln Askew and wile Donna Lou; at the Waldo A-Train to the Waldo stopover by presenting the Askews with a basket full of posies. A member of. the Starke Zoning

b stop.last Friday." Johns also sweetened Askew's campaign pot before the train pulled out. ''.. Board..Mrs. Peterson Is an all-out. supporter., of Askew as well as U.S. Senator Lawton (...lIe..

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Saturday. October 29!, 1983
and Commentary -
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f Reubin Askew was high man in t
perhaps small things. But small
The Waldo
the unofficial straw ballot at the things have a way of adding up to to re-wrap his Mayor clock,was Mary starting Peter- raising fish fry in Tallahassee a ui
State Democratic Convention
II last big things in a Presidential cam- son was getting ready to take her couple of weeks ago,
weekend and as he "p win .
says paign.No. demonstrating that he I I. capable
c flowers to the hospital, and _
is a win is a win'but his modest
of his
holding own with the best
1 The Bradford County Governor Johns was stuffing his
win in Hollywood was far from '
the 'But
"appearing on rostrum.
the "favorite son" blitz that his Democratic Executive Committee campaign contribution check
this
not for whateverreason.
[ supporters hoped for and expected was alerted the day before back into his pocket when Askew time>
Askew's A-Train was slated to' and his charming runningmate, -
pick up delegates at the Amtrak Donna Lou finally emerged from, No. 4 The Democratic Convention -
If Askew had won by the five- station in Waldo, and asked to the train with time only for hurt brought to the surface
to-six-hundred vote margin that turn out a crowd (at that late ried greetings to a few VIPs In another important factor with
his camp predicted, it would have date) to hear a possible "whistle the crowd. The train rolled on, which candidate Askew must
been significant enough to bring stop" speech by Askew if the size leaving behind a largely disappointed come to grips. This is the fact
about the hoped-for of the crowd warranted. The crowd who had expectedat that at least one-third of
breakthrough, making the na- least a handshake from "the registered Floridians who will ,
tional news media sit up and take Governor." Incidentally,the turnout vote in the 1984 Presidential w.trranr.+.r.rr

notice of the commonsense he has here was the largest noted Primaries were not residing in
been talkinginstead; of rating along 'the entire' route from Florida during the Askew administrations -
him the darkest. .dark- horse in the 'Jacksonville' .to Fort Lauderdale. of the 1970s, and Former "Florida Governor Reubln Askew gets a playful pinch on the
race. cheek from Bradford County delegate Cecelia Terwillegar as his
No. 2 -One contributing factor are not now aware of the many presidential campaign "A-Traln1' landed at Fort Lauderdale Friday
Tho. Hollywood straw vote ,to Askew's'' accomplishments and the high
less-than-expected to disembark delegates from West North, and Central Florida.
should have been a decisive turn- margin of victory in the straw degree of integrity and opennessof \ ,
ing point for Askew -and it could poll was doubtless the conflicting' government that prevailed in
have been If everything had date with University Florida his .eight years in Tallahassee.: I"I.
clicked just right. But everything Homecoming festivities This ;Askew must,! and undoubtedlywill .
,didn't, due to a number of circumstances :cost'at least two delegates from'4\ take steps to inform these
that could have been new voters of his excellent record
Bradford County (although the */{ 1 Hilites
mostly prevented.: remaining eleven casb: at-; before {hey. go to the polls next., i. x Conyention .. .Sidelites

This"" ,flawed- strategyIs' unanimous ballot for Askew)"and March: ,
: 7sst '"olh..f.(4'hn'We not ';T 'r |t -.....Ieostr.h .,.rtnwe Stout dolt 1.. Askew parHtd Bradford Chum'" AI l'Jm Ono .nt"'d ,"IJ 'r:. ","" '0'.01111I' t\.JlM\\ ; ::9t brl' '::'a tl lf.frMtlr'JAI ,
I. bthse,COU'IllIIImI..lIt-aIR! ;1000lty In hie rYNUforGiivetno 'ifu tJdl: f 'Irtow Ly't J\ra Jw.j'pe: ofj'' 4 IltaRW1Ir tR9ltaktiiv3l
still can gdeS' tbemoBtaJtractive.; committee...went to.uwork:,..wtU Accounted\for the, absence of .osGenelaWflldotiohaor" iweiandlbw"( ....1.rU utWs49i't!Ps"fG' Iti59! ': ;at the'i1'Y; } 'Eof h "$b \ '
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well, qualified contender; for the some non-committee: support,' some ,county, and ,city officials again'' r a'second! term in 1974-' was 11 80 l tor Askew .rom" ; "The' Sweetest. ,
and turn out a crowd it did Including Strawberries This Side of Heaven.
Oval Office. But how to get his who were -evidently1'.more. In-' botMrtimes against strong
message,'acro s, against great former Governor CharleyE. terested In Bob Hope and Gator Republican opposition He The 11 Askewltes from Bradford were: E.L. Matthews, county
Askew
odds -is the question. Johns, an -supporter Growl than choosing the ,next emerged from the far reaches of .. chairman; Desta Dyal, State Committeewoman; Muriel Gilhooly,
who welcomed shake the hands opportunity with his to President of the U.S.A. West Florida 13 years ago, as virtually -: secretary of the county committee; Guy Andrews, Cecelia Ter-' '

'An' opportunity for a start in old greet friend.and Mary Peterson, an ardent Nov. 3....The third and perhaps an unknown young lawyer willegar, Jimmie Scott L.C. McCutchen, C.E. (Rip') and. Carol- Os-
this direction was offered by the Democrat and member of most costly element contributing distinguished mainly by his dogged teen, Bernie McFadden and Frank Dorman. '

2,500-deIegate State Convention, the County Zoning Board, was to Askew's lessthanexpectedvote Governor determination of to become: \ Union County's, delegation : Hal,. Julia, and Harriet
but was somehow muffed. Walter there with a big basket of flowers were the Grade-A speeches' him Florida: As now, few'gave 't ; Maines for Askew Robert and Marjorie riggers for John Glenn.
Mondale, generally conceded to delivered in masterful a "Chinaman'schance"
and a hug for her favorite can a manner '
to realize The "media event"staged by Bradford the'ATrain
be top man on the totem pole at by John Glenn Walter Mondale his ambition- supporters during
this time received 200 more there didate.to The present Mayor Askew of Waldo with was a and Sen. George McGovern all of, but he won I He can do it again, in stop at Waldo was the largest and most colorful of the trip. j

straw votes than expected, and handsome polished wood clock' whom preceded Askew on the spite of the crepe-hangers,just as' .. Who ever heard of a camera-shy politician? Waldo's Mayor
Askew polled 200 or more less and other assorted officials speaker's rostrum.They were so' he did two times in a row, against' ., Beggs begged off from presenting a handsome clock to Askew and !
than had been forecast. 'In bet mingled with Highway impressive that they brought frequent great odds for the Governorship drafted Police Chief Julius Eunice: to do,the honors.A .
of Florida.Let's .
ween these figures no doubt, liesa Patrolmen Waldo police, and applause from all parts of ',' temporary loss of baggage by some Bradford delegates during j

story, or perhaps be several well-wishing admirers from all the massive convention1 face it it's a tough the hectic transfer from the railroad station at Fort Lauderdale to '
stories that told in
full. And in between might never also lies a lot walks of life.Amtrak auditorium<-applause that came' fight,' Askew said in Hollywood. convention headquarters at Hollywood, caused them to miss an ,\
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not only from their supporters. .
But him arose opening social hourbut otherwise no
of "explanations" and "rea8Oll8"why no one ever promised mishaps
but from those of other
pulled in 20 can-
finally
things happened that way. minutes late and groaned to'a didates also. 't' garden, and he wouldn't feel ,. >Bradford County's Doyle Conner, MC at Saturday's luncheon
But unfortunately, post mortem at,home in one anyway. brought In a- fellow Ag Commissioner from Texas who wowed
stop. The expectant crowd milled -had .
It : been
alibis don't count at the. ballot, around, anxiously the a long hard for : delegates with, wit and wisdom at the expense ef Ronald Reagan. .
awaiting Askew, doubt
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no although the Askew should have
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box. appearance of their candidate. Amtrak ride'was nothing U not much, and undoubtedly did from ;' "gi; r ;: BradfOrd,won'''the-, publicity sweepstakes with.. a picture' of, f t

One or two contributing'factors I relaxing. His overworkedvoice his narrow win at Hollywood. Ad- :' !. < delegate Terwiilegar with Askew on the front'page of Saturday's \-'
to Askew's mild win came within But where was Askew? was a bit husky and he frequently ditional dollars- little pizza' /' ? .,,.' mlHllr"'d\.M"T' ; and 'Donna Lou Askew both.hail from Sanford -

the purview of this j>bgerver and Evidently uninformed by his staff stood too : far' from, the, sprinkled here and there>, and a ,, ',_/ \ : |,J
will be noted here, for of the waiting crowd Askew was, ? microphone to give his words an more ,imaginative approach In 1," ',' AU-in-aU the Hollywood event'was a niini-NatlontT convention in. '
hopefully a spokesman said in the diningcar .
the "good of the in a campaign Impressive ring.' Frankly;it was his campaign tactics and J his ,' and enthualasin: "Nuff SedAs /; '. ? .
eating breakfast.!. If this- ,
not the best oratory of which plans for the future of his state; ,
based on the premise that represents political savvy on the Reubin- Askew is capable. 'He his nation and theworld at large Will Rogers once opined: "I'm'not a member of any organized, ,
Askew can become a viable can- of his needs '_ 'party-I'm a !I'r;
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tive, comfortable to live with,and practical :- the service area; preferably located near, .way.;.Using it as a basic,'guide you can I '
to maintain may seem like an impossible the kitchen and garage should be limitedto workout several different.landscape ; ':' ;;'r. ;:Cemetery'lowels.: "oul'I'P e Sac..ed- ; ;
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task. And 'many people do find the minimum space required for.such designs that might work'well. This will '. '" t :.1i \. ., '. . '
this to be a perplexing problem.Those who> items'as clotheslines'jmd trash" ,,recepttclesi -.. give you a clearer'picture of' your options.By D"er.lldtior, ": i t '' yw( '
can afford It may hire a landscape architect : refining each, you can decide which -w : :

to do the work for them. However, .tI', 'would be best for your homesite 1 and f amlIyTequirentents I hope you will place this letter in your't der1''column for I feel. that this Is a'growing

you can create a good landscape design .With all,tnitf In.mind,"your text step Is to > ;problem' in our community. .V; ,:& ( '

yourself' and, without a lot of difficulty. i carefully review all of the features of your T--- : consider In"i What kind of a/'sick" society 'are we:becoming'when our gravevites are nO longer
effective is lot both good and bad. Decide which existing -" >A .very'important' to within the
The key to landscaping proper respected? Twice last three'montha flowers have been stolen from the family
planning! When planning your land- trees and shrubs can be used as part selecting a landscape plan is the amount of plot first from the grave o( my sister-in-law, and.now from: ;my,husband's.. ': J.1:
follow this fundamental rule: keep of your design which areas you want to time It will take to complete the project. .
scape the all Just 'what kind of evil'person or'persona would dd this?'.We want to and
it'simple. Simple well-cared for home S; keep open, and which you want screened, You don't have to finish- work at remember
far better than |H and determine what type of soil you have once. In fact, )'ou'd.be wise to choose a honor our loved ones by placing these, flowers In memory of them and we'Ire. even
grounds
rangements are, which require large complex amounts ar-: T whether it will need extra ,preparationberOl'e design which .can be: developed over allowed to do this. ?.; .r', ,,'.} \(o>, ;; \ 7f 1' ; ';1\WM;! : ld,fif .*$* ?: not: $

of time and money for care. While! { planting. several years, rather than in ono crash effort I hope that whoever is responsible for this shameful thievery would stop and. ceaiiMer
simplicity is the basis for attractive landscape .Such a plan will be less demanding. on, how die (orshe) would feel 1 if this were.done to his (or her) own family '!r 1M:

design and easy maintenance, It? d r Make A Scale Drawing your time, energy and finances. ; ;.Vv ,**, ? i.r '*: m' .' :' Ima Virginia l'Iropr
does not mean monotony. It means careful 'j "l'P'1 '. tryt '.rtr't
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as well as strategic placement to insure special homes. .r. ", k i'.jo III... -. !\ "",':' ,:\ ','{..
for conventional f'( ,
each shrub, and flower bed '- /' 1 baste crincteai* AlfBuddie1 .'T .1&jV' ,, .'
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tree i After a thorough evaluation, set your However plants suitable for a mobile >, s I \ ,,' f
serves a definite purpose. It means beauty Ideas down on paper. Start by making a borne quite different from' the From'. 431: AAA Battery, tyW HV -" / ;
without clutter. rough sketch of your property. Show the IKSie n an ordinary Jot.t .i < \ v, ; II' '
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Good .andscape Design >shape placement your "':" .. '' .
Should Be Functional L 'J '.well as the size and location of existing For thefinest part- ,. slow-growing, ex? Wig you please print "in/ormation forme. t ,4 ... .?':
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care, a good landscape design Is lime. ., ,r cans. Then, make a scale drawing of all of< Mobile home ems should togeth.rtohaVearemiwnlntheaplinq. i4"
tional. That if. it comfortably accommodates these physical features as they're locatedon a minimum of Anyone who wail In this outfit can write Or call me. The last I heard of Willie R. Prevatt

your family's needs. This ,re-. : your lot. This will help'oo visualize the' space. SiVt design shoUld alw,?, be' 1 he was In Lawtey'Fta;""' ', *; *' '* .' .v. ; ''.',"' ,.,. / ,' f\'T$ : :

quires designation of public. private, and \ ( size relationship' of each plant and struc functional ae WeH| I as attracti.e.And I wools very much.to find[ ,as'nnany+a* )f) can;.< '{ ',""*" *. 7\' ; 'I'. '''':-Jj'
service areas. The public area, or front ( .i ture.And. when you're ready to add more "',1-" ,\ : .. .
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possible manner,.The private area, usual-S, J I f;mine how many you'll .-d. and bow big design 11m". Too many' plants around ''r, k' >" Edgar CBrewera: !psseillo.Tenri,3stii8,
ly the back: yard; should. provide adequate, 'r.11.1':f: "t'''.t they should M. : ':your mobile hum",can boss Gd- as too few.ft, '{ L-- 1B1.t ..., ao'te.S,Beat 96.M1 ""i" PhonoslS 7tle-6Y Bl
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iJl i "bt Cynthia Alderman and James Bryant Married. Sept.. 23 :

'I. ',: Cynthia Frances Alde'rmsn. 'i "'iff/' < :J .; '" ; '
; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. neckline and accented by pearls' and pink camatiou'8nd mum..Cutting, The Social Side
'y Alderman of Hampton and James ,.1.1I. sequins. She wore a long Jackual. the cake .were HJalmar Wilson and'
Andrew Bryant USS I o I length veil chantilly lace Clecoratedi Lisa Carter.
Bolster-ARS-3fl) FPO San Francisco i pearls and sequins and carried a Presiding at the punch bowls,which
Calif.,son of Rev.and Mrs. Ben white bible with a cascade of white were encircled with ferns and Gladys Mooty Of TheSociety
P. Bryant of Starke were united in miniature rosebuds centered with -a flowers, were Joan Jones Susie Kite
white catleya orchid. .. Karen ElUson and Eula .
marriage Sept. 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Bragg Editor .
First Baptist Church. Starke with It df A reception was held In the church Following the reception the.couple ,
Rev. Ben Bryant performing the nuptials Fellowship! Hall. Mrs. Violet Conners loft on a' wedding trip to Naples.
j kept the bride's book. Miami( Busch Gardens and Disney 964-7608 News !
Centering the background In the ,\ 1 I b At points of interest were two standing World. >O
choir loft was an arch of lighted 4 baskets of white gladiolus;' rose The bride will reside at her parents
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candelabra flanked on either side + and pink carnations and mums, home and the groom has returned to
with ficus trees. On either side of the The bride's table and punch table his ship in Long Beach Calif. where
altar were two standing basket of were covered with white satin cloths he will finish his Naval duty In one Jhornton-Wilkerson Engagement Told
white gladiolus rose pink carnationsand with Inserts of lace. *. year and then they will make.their -
mums. On either side of these The bride's table wad centered witha home. in Hampton.
were two heart-shaped candelabras three tiered wedding cake with four The bride and I groom -are both' rile L. WUkerson son of Mr. and Mrs.
.with. burning tapers flanked by small ,,' ., individual decorated cakes adjoiningthe graduates of Bradford High School. Randall WUkerson all of Starke.
of I ficus trees throughout. On the choir ";/11.tr'. cake which was flanked by silver The bride Is working with Bradford. Miss Thornton is attending Brad-
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,', rail was a garland of boxwood. ''' candelabra and arrangements: of rose Title and Abstract Co. ford High School and is employed by
ft.: Mrs. Mona Canova. organist and T.G. A Y.
,1..,.:; Mrs. JoAnn Canova pianist ieand Mr. Wiikerson Is a 1982 graduate of
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presented a program of nuptialmusic. Bradford High School and is
.'1f"j'. Koby-Dqugherty Wed Oct. 7' employed by Jacksonville Sheet
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Metal
'Randy Conners was ''best man. Corp.
!. l Ushers were Glenn Carvalo and The wedding is planned for August

Thomas Alderman.Mrs. Ms. Rose Marie Koby of Hamptonand the ceremony was held at the Fisher 22 Church., 1984 at Morgan Road Baptist
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Louette Smith Griffis !servedas Herbert Daugherty of Starke man's Reef Restaurant In Starke.
matron of honor. She wore a red were married at the Bradford County Hostesses of the reception were the
chiffon sleeveless gown over satin, Courthouse Friday, Oct. 7. > bride's daughters Melanie
featuring ruffles around the scooped Shewmaker of Blythevllte Ark.,
neck. She carried a nosegay of pink Domenica Gladieux.was the bridal Kathy Koby of Hampton and Debra
roses and white miniature carnations. attendant. Hawkins of Jacksonville.The .
.1" Given in marriage by her father James,S. James served a. ,best couple took!: a wedding trip to Donnle Sharl Thornton WUkerson
the bride wore a chantilly lace gown man. .u; South Florida. They now reside In
i with chiffon sleeves. Queen Anne Mrs.James Bryant The ''wedding reception following.. Keystone Heights. .
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i Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Thornton an-
I .. "" nounce the engagement of their
I 'daughter Shari A. Thornton, to Don-


i I iiWoman's; Club of Starke Has Child Abuse Program' J 'Oct. 12---M .. Auto J And

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'I The Woman's Club of Starke had a. Mrs. D.W. Whiffen. Members introduced their guests cher holds 'a Bachelor of.ScIence not reported. It may occur as HomeownersInsurance
iZr,! program on Child Abuse given by Dining tables held pastel silk'flowers and the following new members were degree from Colorado State University physical emotional,sexual or may be
Mrs. Karen Linden 'Archer, at the and the speakers table was welcomed Into the club: Mrs. Master of Arts from Michigan acts of neglect such as failure to provide
Oct. 12 luncheon-meeting at the decorated with an arrangement In Kathryn Sapp Mrs. Dolly Spiers, State and a Post Masters from the adequate food and supervision. It
'-;; '. lubhouse.Luncheonwas. shades of purple and lavender mums: Mrs. Louise St. John Mrs. Patti Con University of Delaware. is verb important to report such JOY THORNTON
served by Mrs.Al K.Carlisle : glade yellow mums and fern. nerly. Mrs. Wendell Whetstone Mrs: Mrs. Archer gave a very .informative abuse she stressed. Sates Representative
Chairman of Education Mrs.: Louis Young president, Sylvia Thomas, Mrs. Rose A.- Flora-. talk on the subject of child, There will be a country supper at Stark I Knystont Heights
[ by Mrs. A.J. Barry cochairman presided at the meeting. The invocation bino Mrs.' Mimi Falkenberg-;. and abuse stressing the fact, that .weshould the Woman's Club of Starke Saturday ((904)) 473-7848
I' Mrs. P.L. Bridges Mrs. was given by.Mrs.Jack Trawick.The Mrs.Margaret Jackson. ; << increase public awareness as a Nov. 19, from 6-8 p.m. Adults
C.W. Heavener; Mrs. L.H. Jennings club collect was sung by Mrs. Mrs. Karen Linden Archer Service means of helping prevent abuse. She $3.50 (tax included) and children IT'S?
Luclle Green Mrs. Marjorie Thomson Director for the Child Abuse Preven- under Metropolitan
C.A Miss MizeU said we should take an organizationaland 12 $2. Entertainment will be fJU" **
Mrs. Knit, .Mrs.Betty ,, Mrs. Evelyn- Griffin and Mrs; tion Project (CAPP) from the Depart- a personal stand "We can help"' furnished. Tickets,may be purchased .
R.R Cecelia, Johnny! Patti Connerly accompanied by Mrs. ment of Pediatrics University of she said. "Child abuse is a very from any club member. MEniptuui liMit nun IT nut
I'Mrs.: \ lPave.M; Terwlllegar Mona Canova. Florida was,! guest speaker. Mrs. Ar' serious problem,and many times it is -- Lle'HealthrAuto.Hoe'Retirement
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I .$ .Robin, Tqtum'and Don' Davis Wed Sept.. 24 in" Lawtev i Watch Paper... for Mor Details Warwick.R.". -

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Robin Gina Tatum became the Doug 'York, pianist with Miss wreath of baby's breath. Each carried miniature roses stefanotis and
bride of Donald Gene Davis Sept.24 In Suzanne Ball soloist) presented a program a basket filled with an arrange baby's breath.A .
a poolside ceremony at the home of of nuptial music. ment of the bride's'chosen flowers!' catered reception was held In the
the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis attended his brother as Miss Christina Motley daughter' of bride's home. Miss Tammy Jo
''Tom Tatum, Jr. in Lawtey. best man with John Griffis and Andy Mrs. Debra Mobley of Lawtey, serv- Tatum cousin of the bride kept the.
Rev. Greg Douglas performed the Raulerson of Raiford serving as ed as flower girl. She wore a white bride's book. Ms. J'Lene Santa Cruzof
r. ceremony in front of a brass archway ushers.Chad Harrison,son of Mr.and floor length gown similar to' the Clearwater Mrs. John Tatum and
flanked with an arrangement of Mrs. John Harrison served as ring bride's. Miss Wanda Brown of Lawtey servedat
: "white pink and rose pompoms glads bearer. The bride given In marriage by heir the brida's table. Miss Susie Shawof
: 'and carnations. Matching .ar- Mrs.AI Chapman served as matron. father wore a floor length white lace1'' Lake Butler served the groom's
'rangements stood at each side with' of honor. Bridal attendants were Miss over satin gown with a full skirt trim;? cake. Miss Tonya Ann Tatum, cousin JUST ,FOR WOMEN.
ficus trees.and ferns i su she Michele Lee cousin of the bride and med 1 with lace ruffles and full'length'.*,P of the.bride and Miss KImberly HarFollowing \
-J are'; .k" ... ;': -a a ding "'dies' { ett""They wore .J. lace sleeve?i HerfingqrHn( \length veil ai t("ilon. ,eousia, of,tbe'groom gave oub i. ,. ,,'d' _.,
'" 'dectlf'RtMd. .tNtleW': r": "Wt Jte M'bt i4b ecdlbreift1o&, r Ue cI\q"rwaf bf Ihtmr acv with a tuwdpttce eon 11ce.rl "Ir, rt'P.tf'$ 0Iyffll"' '111'> II"'i''I f -4''>"..
: baskets floating"around to complete chiffon over satin with three-quarter silk roses accented with pearla. *he t* .1'? a short wedding trip the
I she setting. .length sleeves In their hair was a carried a bouquet, of white and pink i couple is residing in Raiford. '
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Items of. Interest. .... 'u--: 'n EYtJ
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t Marge Ettman of Starke. Leon is the Nov. 2
Woman Club Michael C. Gllhooly ,To Meet _
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son of Ms. Nadean Logan I
: Board Mooting Gainesville. He is employed at Bad- To Wed Nov. 12 W.T.. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. 'will
cock FurnIture Live Oak.A meet Wednesday Nov.2, at 3 p.m. at
I The executive board of the Starke reception immediately followed 'Mr: and,Mrs. Richard Stokes of the home of Mrs. Gladys Weldon with
I Woman's Club of Starke will meet at the ceremony in the. church. Gainesville announce the' engage-' Mrs. Lester Crews as co-hostess. "' iJ
I the Western Steer Steak House., on Fellowship Hall. their and approaching marriage of
i Wednesday Nov. 3, at.12 noon; daughter. Tammy Kay Steb- STARKE HELEN"A View OURLEY From GROWN DIANA MYAD"Exercise"
.. .bins to Michael Clayton Gilhooly,son CHURCH OF GOD Cosmo"

Terri L.,Thomas. Att.ntionS.nlors :' r of Starke.Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly of: 422 H. St. Ctoir. ...-'445 t DAYTIME Is cable television exclusively for women.

I Randal J., Harris of 'J974 t.< ; '. The wedding is planned for Nov. 12,' Waiter F. Meets Pastor From raising children to controlling budgets from
'To t"". at 3 p.m. at St. Edward'.Catholic I We Invite you to worship with us., recipes to exercise; to interviews you won't see
Wed Oct.
o ; 29, An OI'ganlzational'meeting for the Church In Starke. : AtiWMM. MVMfyswtftiSchM
;. BUS class of 1974'i ten-yearclaas reunion -" The bride-elect is graduate of San\ ... ... :: .. .......... .KMMtntosWcnMs anywhere else-It's fast-paced entertainment,
Tern L :Thomas,*daughter of Mr. will'be' held in the.Bradford. ,ta. Fe Community College and isi f.-, .. .'h'.... lies information tun.Hearst.lABC.
James W. Thomas of Starke and County School Boardroom Tuesday employed at 'Norman's-Country EvwtoftantnFIRST .... ...... ,.. ..w .tlaa
Randal J. Harris,son of Bob Harris of Nov. 1, at 7:30.;' Gainesville., ....., Tilts ... ......... ..7:31 pa
Jacksonville and Anne Sackett of All members of the Bradford High Gilhooly l is a 1978 graduate of Brad- .
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Helen Ga.,will be united In marriage School class of 1974 are.( Invited and ford High School and is employed at''
i Saturday night Oct. 29'at, 7:00 p.m. urged to attend. Florida State Prison.. .ASSEMBLY OF GOD '
'at the Community. Church InKeystone All friends and relatives are invitedto The Experience Shows.
Height .with'a reception attend. Hwy 16 W. a Weld., 884-8971 _
Immediately following in the Church. ... ..$F1Io..1b. ......:auo-. _,I Pastor George>Watson and
Fellowship Hall. The Congregation Invites You to .
All friends and relatives are Invitedto Kings'eyLake.Baptist' ChUrch I Come and Worship With Us .
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attend. .....,IctINI/ .,. . .. ,.. ISAM __ -- CHANNEL 17 1:00: p.m.
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To.Wed, Nov..25c 10:00 1m' Sunday School
/ 11:00: am.Morning Worship
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-. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Dobbs. of 6:30 pm:'Church Training

Lawtey announce- the engagement 7:30 pm. Evening Worship / '
rand approaching marriage of their -
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Melinda Sue 'io William
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,Russell Gatlin Jr.son of Mr. and 7:30: pm- Prayer Sanfcifirtg
|,Mrs. William R. Gatlin.Sr.of Starke.
; The bride-elect Is a .graduate of Douglas,Pastor.. Located in SH,15 .
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'Mr GaVin attended Bradford High
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Construction Co. in Orange Park. \
The wedding Is planned for Nov.25, x .,\ -
-at 8 p.m., In, Cedar Creek Park ) L.P.jAs O O oe
:Church; Lane Avenue and fa"O \ ; ,
'Street. Jacksonville, with a reception a\1 '.
;A1 r following In the church. "I ;0 e iO\1'''' Is Now, Open! !; ,for !I 1 0
; All friends and relative. are Invited : .

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.Y'.,t;'Teresa..' Et'timan i of Stark* and.eon'' PJM.:, Monday ,- Saturday : ;Put yourself on top of the;morning with a:i delicious( oll-vu-can-eaf breakfast '

>, "&L Croft of Live Oak were united in "' : f buffet from Captain D'..We're serving scratch: biscuits with white gravy sausage.hoxx .
;marriage Saturday Oct.., ,I 8, In a 8OO=' >n.fcrornfcted egos, hash browns grits,topped with fresh Baked 6
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doublenring' ceremony at New : 6:004963725yye All eat for low
>Baptist. Church: Lake City.,Thj Rev. t: rnufflns( and fresh.fruit. ,you can one, price. .

;Roy .Coleman performed", .the' '" .. '
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.;;3 ,TIle brMewas attended by Cindytilleu .striveWgiveyoO!} : fast,. frienelty\servieeand;\ \
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o a* maid at honor and Joann "" a' great plait.
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2))The entry mull be on on official blank from the TELEGRAPH dropped Tornado19., :1, .
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Interlachen Game' Could







Decide District Outcome,


By Larry Oglesby ball only 5 times in three games. All Interlachen does lack experience at
five of those passes were last week the quarterback position. Sophomore
BCT Sport Idlter against Clay High. Roger Whitehouse is noted as fumbl-
"The are going to be double barrell ing snaps quite often,but does have a
Bradford gridders will face one of loaded for us,"says Hurse. "As big as good throwing arm.
the most important games of the those guys are, they really haven't Depth at the tail back position for
season this Friday night when the blown anybody out this season." the Rams could be a factor in the
Tornadoes play Interlachen in a "We are going to have to put the game. Sylvester O'Neal, 179 pounds,
'District 8, Class 2A clash.A ball in the air some. We have been Is fast, has good moves, and very
win for BBS would liven the hopes working on it in practice and this hard to stop, according to the report.
of the district championship, but a might be the game we have to use the Backing him is Anthony Flowers. He
loss would all but put Bradford out of passing game," says Hurse."I is a hard runner and blocks well for
it. think we will be ready to play a' ,O'Neal.
Overall this season the Tornadoesare defensive game Friday night," noted "We have to win this one if we are to f
at an even 3-3 and Interlachen is Hurse. "They depend on the run like have any hopes of winning district,"
now II-! after a 29-0 win oven:Crescent we do." says Hurse. "I think Interlachen or
t City last week.In Three players anchor the Rams offensive Clay is capable of beating Keystone."
Oliver Tyson ((34)) and Tony Davis ((33)) set '.for pass blocking district play Interlachen is se- front line. They are center Ed If Bradford wins and KeystoneloseS
up cond at 2-0 and BUS third
| at 21.A win Hoaglund, 175 'pounds, Stanley the two would be tied for the
'I ; over Interlachen would Increase the Cuthbert, 225 pounds and John leading In District 8, Class 2A.
,JIM' chances of BHS being in a district Rossano, 215 pounds. All are ex- "We look for our kicking game to be
play-off with Keystone now in first perienced at the positions and should the difference. We need some kicking
Tornado: Now .500 With. Win I place at 3.0."Interlachen. prove tough for the Tornado defense as we have had in the last two
.. I Is going to be one of, to penetrate: games," notes Hurse. '
: i t the toughest and biggest teams wer
have played yet," commented Head
} 1, Bradford Coach David Hurse. "Size-

wise we are no comparison to them." CELEBRATE
Over? District Rival i r The Rams front defensive four YOURIMAGINATION
Clay High Ik average just under 220 pounds each. .
I L I Tackles are Corky Whitehead, 210
'v.*, *IZ pounds, and Dan Wilkerson, 200 -
By Larry Oglesby 'Three runs by Tyson of 12, 20, and ing in the Devil;defense for the secor f pounds. Both are big and do well on
: acT Sprt Editor one yards put the ball on the fouryardline Tornado touchdown. the inside plays,according to the BHS SEE
'" with a third down. Tyson hit the Possession of the ball see-sawed for scouting report.: WHAT TELEVISION
:Two blocked punts by Tony Davis middle for one yard putting the Tor- the remainder of the first half giving At the ends are David Wyatt,-240
paved the way to a 17-12 win for Brad- nadoes on the three yard line with a BHS a 14-0 advantage at the half. pounds and Stanley Cuthbert, 225
ford's Tornadoes over visiting Clay fourth down situation. A pitch out to Unable to establish a drive on the pounds. Cuthbert plays tight on the HAS BECOME.
High last Friday night in the District the left side to Brad Russell came six first possession of the second half,forcing line and does blitz some and Wyatt is
8, Class 2A clash. Inches short of the touchdown, turn- a punt from the 15 yard line. .',t noted as being quick for his size and
After a scoreless first quarter. ing the ball over to the Devils. The Devils moved the ball on runs having good aggression. ,
Davis' first blocked punt was After three unsuccessful runs,Clay by Ken White and Paul Tyson to move _'J i l Three linebackers are Joe Savel,
recovered la the endzone by Danning had a fourth down, punting situation. the ball into Tornado territory at the '", Darryl Durant and Doug Bishop, 215
Manning for six points. The second Davis got through the line and block- 23 yard pounds.
was recovered at the Clay 10-yard line ed the punt and Manning made the On a second down play, Johnson Hurse expects Interlachen to line
and on the first down play BHS recovery in,the endzone. ,:The Francis threw pass to the goal line and Brad up close to the line of scrimmage,due
quarterback Robert Carver ran a PAT was good and BHS went in front Russell hit the ball,but it fell into the to the fact that BHS has thrown theE
keeper for the second touchdown., 7-0 with 9:24: minutes. left In the second hands of a Devil receiver and Clay I i I I
Field goal kicker-punter John quarter. :scored. The extra point kick was no-
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David Francis added two extra points Rick Braswell put the ball in the good and BHS was still In front 14-6
and a 42 yard field goal in the winning.. endzone on the kick and Clay took with 3:43 seconds left In the third
effort. .over at the 20 yard line. Unable to 'quarter. '< 4
-Clay scored its touchdowns on two move the ball 'well the Devils were BHS had to punt after the first
passes by. quarterback David forced into another punting situation ;series. The Devils' fumbled on the_,* -
Johnson.Clay missed both point" after ,deep in their territory. .return. and Shoening fell on the ball to A
Davis again penetrated the line and retain possession for the Tornadoes atxthe
attempts.
Bradford, is noav $-3' so faei.lhla,,, ,blocked the, unt back to the 10 yard 45 yard line. .1. wa
.... IIrt..C.1'JI!' ''I.'PP.I.itW\ II .r.Mo .Johnson fell on the ball. Moving on two big runs, one 21 k-
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win puts Bradford at 2-1 in district .n fyiFMPByHBSBy rtBra 4 4lsJ :
a first down for BHS, Carver went
from play and the race practically at 1-2. eliminates Clay back to pass,but ran through an open; (See Tornadoes. Win. .,p.s'. "

BHS did throw the ball during the. .j iff I
game, but did not have a completion
except one touchdown pass that was
called back on a' BHS penalty.
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Penalties hurt both teams Bradford Girls r-
Team Ninth
with 69 yards and Clay with 62. QC ,,:;,

"Clay played a balanced ball game ." : .,. .
with 108 yards on the ground and 141 1 '.d,!> t' I
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In the air. Johnson bit 11 of 21 passes {IIQ

for'" Clay plus Play-By-Play'two interceptions. ,At'.UF ,Invitational "",f: '" lJCABLE


'The first quarter was stale due to Bradford crOss 19.04.; FROMHearstIABC
High's girls country :: f f k' tZ : /1 TV PROGRAMMING
three turnovers one by BHS and two team placed ninth among 29 teams !'*' j 1 I ,.,. ,. a
by Clay. from all high school classificationslast The boys team did not have enough I r 4 r '
Clay opened the game with a runn- Friday at the University of runners to be placed.Some 40 schools ,I It<. \ : .
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ing drive that was halted at mid-field, Florida InvitationaL ran In the boys varsity race., ,,, ,;, !1'I." ''
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forcing a punt. The meet involved. high schools Times for the boys were Eddie Ten- t' ', 964-6308 Channel 17 at 9:00"p.m. _
BUS took over at Its own 38 yard junior colleges, universities anJclubs. nant 18:09:' ,Tom Moon 18:05: Henry f -" .. "'- -
, ,i. line and on the third down play Oliver Cooper 19:27, and Calvin Thomas ,
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Tyson fumbled the ball and Clay Orange Park was the winner of the 20:47., ,
recovered at the 43 yard line. On high school girls meet. Orange Parkis .
Clay's second down Jimmy Shoening the defending class 4A champions. 'The boys 'ran well, but the girls
picked off a Johnson pass and Brad- "I thought, they did exteremelywell. ran particularly wen/' says Loper. LEGAL NOTICE
ford took over at the 25. Their times were real good," Bradford hosted a meet Wednesday
BHS couldn't get a drive established said cross country and track Coach afternoon, but It was to late to put
and Francis got a 47 yard punt in George Loper, results in this issue of the Telegraph.
the air, putting clay back at the 28, Friday the BUS teams will travel to Notice is hereby given that the 1983 certifiedTax
I,.yard line. Time;and places for the girls were: the ,6th Annual ,Jacksonville
On the first down play Shoenlnl'agaln [; .37)Cheryl ogle 13:53: 41)Carol Episcopal ''Invitational 'meet. That Rolls have been delivered by the Property -
intercepted a Clay pass and Fussell 13:57 J2)Mltchell Kimutis starts at 3:30: and wilt be held at '
Bradford took over at the 37 yard line. 14:20 ST Linda Dewitt 14:23: ,62)Tam- Episcopal High School. 1n.-JacksonvlUe. Appraiser to the Tax Collector. Tax Rolls
of,the Blue Devils, : my ,Mann 14:31,: 74)Karen) Kimutis' .

are 'open for collection for all Real Estate,

Tangible and Railroad taxes for Bradford


WATCH THE GATORS".ON, .. '. County, SJRD, Starke, Lawtey, Hampton and

,Brooker as of November 1st in the office of the


BIG SCREEN:: : Tax Collector, Bradford County Courthouse,'

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By Larry Oglesby Jimmy Shoenlng got three' turnovers Individuals and six assist. ;;
for BHS, two on interceptionsand Rehburg made seven tackles and FORWOMEN. :'
CTSpwtaUltorOffemively one on a fumble recovery. Early two assist followed by Lane with six )
was the leader in tackles with eight tackles and one assist. '<
the Tornadoes did have Y-
Its problems but an effective defensive .. ijK i,
game as well a. good specialty I 6 .' 't .. .'I4wis ",
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team execution pulled Bradford ,
through with I 17-12 win over District of the Week :: : :1"fr .

j .. Class_SA,foes Clay High. Players :, /, : ,< ; ; .. ":>\I

'Bradford totaled only 160 yards Defensive Llneman-Mlcbsel Early tThto Is the fourth week that Early has l ", sC "s
total offense aU of that on the ground. been selected as defensive lineman of the week for BUS This week Early led*. .
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The Blue Devils on the other hand,got BHS in tackles with eight Individuals and six assist. ,,. ,.. '1
lot yards on the ground and an Impressive .
141 yards passing Last week Defensive Back-Jimmy Shoenlng and Erie Lane(These two shared the title .... S
against Union County BHS totaled 300 this week and both are well deserving.Shoening got three turnovers during .' VIw From our.AOW Como"rt IA
rushing. Just under half of the the game including two and one fumble. Lane was one of the leading ,"
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total against. Clay. tackier with six and one assist .': j ".''"

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Main reason for the lack yardageby been named offensive back of the week.Carver line -':' ..
the Tornadoes was due to a mix up speed to the goal for the f.., "" ,,>,'...-10' W <
second BUS touchdown in the Green Cove game on a 10 yard keeper play. .I
on the offensive line. "For some I < ._ ..->.; t I.
reason the kids were confused on Specialty Tea mi:Rick Braswell. John David Francis and ''Tony... .
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the
their blocking assignments have been working same DavlsBraswell has been averaging over 50 yards on kick offs,which has led: ,:.., :
on
that '
things we ,
to poor field position for opposing teams. 'I! : :
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commented Head Bradford I. ,
all year, Francis has made 12 extra point kicks and has not missed any. Last week t'
Coach David Hurse. "Offensively" we he made a 42 yard field goal and averaged 44.5 yards In four punts. DIANA M1AOEANON' ;>!
just didn't do a very Rood Job. ;: .,
Davis blocked one punt that was recovered In the endzone for a BUS- !
touchdown and pushed a Clay player Into the path of another punt to set up DAYTIME Is cable television; ,'1
Brad Russell breaks
One Important instance of blocking another BHS touchdown. ., for good yardage exclusively for women. ;itl,
assignments was when BHS was on From recipes to exercise' "1
the 3 yard line with a fourth down and to Interviews you won't see .
Brad Russell was six inches shy of the r---------IIIII( anywhere else-It's fast-paced

touchdown and BUS lost possession. Dr. Dennis .entertainment information. ,
Carl' (Buddy) Griff Connaugtiton and fun/

Specialty teams came In handy for I Your Next ;,1 (Associated with Dr.:.. Harry Gruen)
the Tornadoes against the Blue Lawtey : HearstIABCThe
Devils. Tony Davia had one blocked ) : Now AnnouncesEVENING

punt that was recovered in the end- 1 Chief of Police 1 Experience Shows.
zone and forced a Clay player back In- '
to the path of another punt.Next play : DENTAL SERVICES ..
A Vote for |
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touchdown for BHS. the : Tuesday Thursday 6-9 ; Channel 17 -
is. a step' in right direction I PM

Rick Braswell averaged over over H nmnm I 459.W. Call 964-5152 1:00: p.ln.
55 kick, which In turn ___ fOKHfO H '96 '
the.yards Devils per bad field position most gave of -- -limam -mm mujm .- --. ...- ::- .: ... """" ................. ..... ... .63Dlh' ,' '

the game. .
AMERICAS: FAMILY. DRUG STORE : ; ,
John David Francis kicked a
crucial yard field goal and averaged r Eckerd GenericsHard
44.5 yard son four punts. Francis
also 11-0 on extra point attempts, two

of which were against Clay. 'l to say.... Easy to save oil: ,

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"The kicking game came through
Save to 50% on
for us again,we have been depending + up prescription
on It a lot,"noted Hurse. "They have a with Eckerd nerJcs. '
I ,l.t g
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been real good for us. : 1e

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linebackers Michael Early and Billy ",.. "' .. "" .,.."..,....""... .
Rehburg as doing good Jobs duringthe I ?i:i
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game. He also mentioned that G h' ,0" 'zoo" mA""H'"
defensive tackle Jamie Whitehead
and Donald Thornton played usual '
fine games. it JI 3.- -- -- -


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"We played well against the run, /
but the secondary did let up againstthe
pass, which,they ,can not do,"
noted Hurse. '
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This week's game with Interlachen SHAMPOO or CONDITIONER+ .

will be one of the most important AOUA-FRESH AQUA ET .
games for the Tornadoes if there are la HERSHEY'S KISSES
to be any hopes of winning the DistrictS TOOTHPASTE HAIR SPRAY 149um. 2 ,
Class 2A championship.. 1 j 'WI. MINIATURES or MILKY WAY. .
19 h. j REESE'S "3 ";x
I TnES SNICKERS f r.
Keystone leads the district followed l' 9. Limit !-01.eoNomoME mt I y.
by Interlachen then Bradford. /0 1 COMOITtOMIR PURCHASE.WHIU .wIIIt"'w''MINIATURES MUSKETEERS:.. '
Keystone is 3-0 in district play while DUANTITKS 1AST t-oZ, ,,1,
Interlachen is 2-0 and Bradford 2-1. 3 .... ,.7.' 9 aNACapaIZ!
Clay,Union, and Hawthorne are pretty / 13 Imlt 2, .19 11..2.111 ,
well out of the district picture. II1I 1 t limit 2' .,"

Should beat Interlachen
BUS
this '
COLGATE
: I I t : a i
Friday night and should Clay High /
beat Keystone, it would put the In6 {-Ci j- I SHAVE: CREAM _
diana and Tornadoes in a 3-1 tie for GOOD NEWS LEADER LOLLIPOPS. '
It then Interlachen would. DISPOSABLE DISPOSABLERAZORS I 990 l'f'EIITI WRIGLEY'SCHEWING veri- -
TREATS
drop third at 21.Interlachen's RAZORS omit z '' ..,,, MB.M or. >>. \

.PACK.. Of 1... PACK OF 1 I Ii'i'Goodn l, ,
last three games are 7. <:1-= 11))
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the toughest district games of the : ova rACRfe'
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year starting with Bradford this 59 .- __ '- FLEX CONDITIONER
60 lollipops I
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week Clay High the second and the CREAM L
Limit 1! pack or 70 treats.
final with .
name Keystone.If Limit 2 packs
4-GL Limit.2
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Bradford looses this Friday night / FRANKLINTARTTEASE
it all but puts them out of the district ftWlbL or
race. ?
CREAM SPANGLERDUMDUM :,
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Tornadoes WinfrvmpajplA I Limit 1 2, LIZ 111EC.a 7 (,

I Ib t ',' 8-oz. Tart-Tease.

( ) II 1'.. .;. MOD HAILSggc'.nHI 9-oz Limit., Oum-Dums.2 ,
DoPREE
SUCRns'
Ii yard Eric line Lane with Bradford a fourth moved down.to FranZ"the "I LOZENGES ill ANTI-B TROCHES .ta',' n ,; Limit 2 v CLARK ,"' ,
PACK 0*'24 .. PAOISflt _;
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da then kicked a 43 yard field goal tofcoMtthoBHS MILK DUDS
lea< to 17-8 with 11 : .. 4A
=
minutes left in the game. J59 149 = "--'-"- MOD LASHES STAR JUNIORS
The Blue Devils scoredWuchdown I W -_-_,-__--...-...-. s-OZ.*M. 1.SS .
n : PEANUT
a Limit 1 r.G 1STTU1H. ,
9'1U1oo on
pp. Johnson when a Bradford ass BUTTER
from '
fell wblle I DISPOSABLE DIAPERS Limit ..
S TMSSS KISSES
'. Clay DaPREEBRONCHIAL 4a T000USa ..,,q- 3 4I! ; //.unit 2
conversion but missed on the pass I/J0 / so SITU ArsaaaiiT r CHAP STICK a Itee.i1e1.t ---

SYRUP DM ..roM Q'9' ; LIP BALM HALLOWEEN r
plBlis mix In the
fumbled on a up "

1F 4-OZ. .y psis' u9
back field on the first down.men the 199 ,'i-- ; Limit 1 1 CUT-ttUTS,
when Clay aes-4w sa
ball changed hands again ? Compare to Pampers._
tumbled 00 the first down and Donnie Limit 1, pack : Limit 2 /;
>Thornton recovered the ball. 4
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lrtng threat during the re F01f'
Only -- -- I
''maIDder of[ the game was a 32 yard -
1eId goal attempt by', Francis. that VICKS fEM ll10UE
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,t.. .I items of interest ,. -.. ...;.- -.........-- .
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Stephen R, Mallory hosting their 3rd Annual Arts t Crafts honoree ,ber mother Mrs. Kay Starling
Subject of Meeting Festival.this year on December. 10, and the groom's mother, Mrs.
from 9 ..m. until s p.m. Ann Alvarez

Captain IDs Mrs. Herbert Thomas presented an Many artists are already lined up. Several games Were played by the
Interesting program on the C3ife: of. Applications are being accepted from 49 guests. after which the honoree,
4 Can Eat for $6. Stephen Russell Mallory to the W.T, ticles people with ceramics any type of homemade ar- nedhd her gifts. The /honoree was
; ,
Weeks Chapter,UDC at theirfneeting' articles paintings, wooden bride doll off the cake and a
cloth dolls
Oct. s. ; crochet etc. lovely basket of silk flowers from her
I Mallory was a Floridian arid served please Anyone Interested. participating, hostesses after which refreshments

r---------FtSll ANIp ween the
FillS States, and obtained
32091, can
f or 9fr612
between
"''I This coupon good fart I lib and Iris,far J1.SO. valuable Information' regarding and 8:30
: 12:30. First
H.50' A lilt. and fcIn contains banttau. ash Illkm,:2 I Naval affairs which he used when serving : Assembly of God
outtMm style hurtipupplm. and natural cut the Entry fee Is $3. Deadline Nov. 2$.
I L I of
.. Confederacy
( lunch M as Secretary The past two festivals have Homecoming, Oct. 30
I \ the Navy,He was raised in Key West, been both
-------ClIP- ____________,., and later lived in Pensacola he ''for.the artists, and enjoyable The
where First
FISH A1i0 FQIEYis ;; :;= died and Is burled. for the browsers have their annual Assembly homecoming of: God Sun-will

1 ... coupon t ash. and trio "Mrs. 'Thomas presided over the day, Oct. 30, starting at 11 a.m.
50 .
'lIItand-.a.'ilh'u..a'I
.. ourhom uylo .huihpuppm and natural out i business meeting and Installed Mrs. Brenda Kay Prevatt Past-pastor Tommy Smith will be
fronch rrwt, George Roberts, Sr. as secretary. 'guest speaker.There
Honored will be
dinner
Shower
'...._ at on
}--- -----, ClIPOIINII.J, Social hour followed with the grounds after the morning ser-'
r.----------.CAPr..n--------' refreshments being served by the
: .fWlANORRIS r --I hostesses Miss Brenda Kay Prevatt, bride- vice.Everybody
,
'Mrs. Cecelia Terwiltegar
This. .fart flirt and frlM fee If 1 So. I and Mrs. Thomas.The elect of David Alvarez, was honoredat is Invited to attend.
$1 .0.t ..........nlnnflHm,2. I
huihpupplm. andr narural cut next meeting will be on Nov. 2 a bridal shower Oct. 19 given by Local
..I ftofH.fi frln. I at the home of Mrs. Gladys Weldon Ms. Dora Andrews, Mrs. Carol Kitchens Church Presents
.; ..---'a ---...,_... _______ with Mrs Lester Crew ad co-hostess. Mrs Kathy Sweat and Mrs. Special l Program Kimberly Ann(:'llnalnpam
Yvonne"'Nettles
at
-riSit-A'iD1iiiS--'CAPr.----------- '', the home of the lat


.I\I.\\\.1\A .',I .'.1 e 50 Ali.h ourtwro thI.--.QOOd..lfl..lrieolurSI.SO.and nyl frieo*ea..aMn Hu shpQpi.s:z.......and....flllt norurol 1I1.z.. : ,!I ,Arts St, Mark's S Graft Church Festival ..;'; and ter The on periwinkle Marklee color theme were Starling of used purple Road.in the, white party Friendship ter The Day Church Saints and of is Fellowship Jesus presenting Christ a Fireside special of Lat Kenneth Kimberly Starling Cunningham,

franch If IM, cut"" room and on the bride-elect'. bride. program live by satellite broadcast To Wed Dec. 10
:
L-, .._. / :, .CU'1HII o .......... Corsages were' presented to the Oct. 30, at 8 p.m. Mr: and Mrs. Fred Cunningham
,$2.00'OFFvAWE' Anyone interested may attend this Jr are happy to announce the engagement

r' S .1 First Assam!bly! of God special broadcast.at the local church,', and approaching marriage of
I OR THRIFT PACK =. '1404 Bessent Road, Starke. their daughter, Kimberly Ann to
.' .,. ...._ ... '
:. ] natWwows.ncf. Kenneth Mark Starling, son of Mr.
jc ." .. nMSr1.t1.t a.ants.1t.lists des and.s"ten fist w.LL puppies noisat f.14 cut Boom a too a.,,. .. 2.50: ChicFriday kon* Dinner .Bradford County and Mrs. Edward B. Starling of
.
'' c onl00orandhustCtwraswv. M.Ks 1' Raiford on December 10,' at First
'1 ---- Oct. :28 4-7 Senior Citizens ClubA Christian Church, Lake Butler
Captain D1*. : .pm! Florida.
"' mitfL1 ..'***""' .., chicken dinner,with members bringing -
'
Ila .....-....-.....>..... ; Hwy 'IcV&iVVeCall'fo'rlcc\ jldon Street covered dishes of salads and Kim is a 1983 graduate of Union
desserts County High School and Is employedin
I' was
enjoyed at the Oct.
\' : 18
: the Loan
-ftfitr> of Department of Farmers
the
J.: : ) '. ,':<, w Senior meeting Citizens Club.Bradford County and Dealers Bank, Lake Butler.
Captain l D's.' ; > jr'''pjV Special speakers were' Jane Ken Is a 1962 graduate of Union
School and Is
County High
964is. 971 Leatherwood, James C': employedwith
a treat little seafood placer Charlie Schaefer. Members DeMark and Owens-Illinois, Lake Butler.
"Tjfr are looking No local invitation sent
f ..... IIIIMIMMUIllia.MILearn forward to the new building which'' are beng
will have but all friends and relatives are In-
\ ;';;'" a Senior Citizens room to be vited to attend.
completed by June 1964.
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f!. .. tt ,\o d the important terms !:r.f -I."
; '
CP: ;: 11 :, OE J safety! rules and'other pertinent' AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE"a42 BIRTHSJonathan :

9.. "1.tO" t= )informatiorl'you should know ,

ft ca h.." '1((: J.!' '_ to help
1 \ < .you 'track and, prepare

,,,O. ..... "- :.. ; :, yourself for a hurricane. Tyson Reese
,, :x .'
Pick
Up your of the chart
copy :
: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Reese of
r elf. 'at any Eckerd Drug Store. V' Starke announce the adoption of a

'. : son, Jonathan Tyson Reese, Oct. 19,
i 1983 age two years old.
; i Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
Mrs. JT. Pollard of Ocala. Paternal
fIIII grandparents are Mrs. R.W. Reese
: Itislil -' Isy and the late R.W. Reese, U.S. Air

WITH tCKIHOMOCItSINC t ; TOUCAN lUfSfftOUf.OHf Force, Retired.
I UMiCOR.WTfllCI 9f> .i IVINIV -
v. IMA WHIlfc (iFf;,OIi ; r Michael' Anthony Slefanrlft::
; .
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stefanrlli of
Jacksonville annouce the birth of a
lfIIh bon, Michael Anthony, born Oct. 12 In
r1L..IN2c2 '
Riverside Hospital. .
t tIVO1Y Maternal grandparents are Mr.. and

t ., Mrs. Richard Dumm of Jacksonvilleand
0 tti "tI great grandmother l Is Mryplan-
"' : ,che Home of Punta OoYdaf'rWrna' / !
12.. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
,i I I Albert Stefanelli of Jacksonville and

Q I! .:." ... .. -. great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
'II t o! 'TKODAK ....J.... EVEREADY Henry Stefanelli of Starke. ?

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BATTERIES Watch Paper far Mar Details
DISH DETERGENT PRINT FILM
'., TOOTSIE ROLL POPS, SELECTED EVEREADYFLASHLIGHTS ''I '

POP DROPS. 'or 13)55lmltt)flsi-ox- aD I I CU9-t2.or CMJ9-U C12SUI VN tM

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*: MOPS 25% OFFIiEGULAII Mrs. Patrick
' "' McKay has returned'b
79 or MrOfiUtI IZ-et .....: :.. ., : ....:: : .:, :. : :":.: ;{I IIIII__ her home In' Independence Mo.
J al PRICES ifter visiting her parents, Mr. and
... '. limit 2': Selection may vary by store. HOUSEHOLD VIDAL BASSOON !Iii iiiiiii':=:J rfrs.>Levon,Andrews for ten days.

.", ,. ",n... .N' ".. PLASTIC WARE HAIRSETTER Keith of- Warner-Rnbbins
Berry'
; ... ....,, t: .11-aT.WASnSASBET1SU. '
""m. .UHMNIT/ SAMIT12aT. } WITH mciM UMTI omr DIGITECH SOLAR LCD RULE \FB, Ga., son of Mrs. A.L. (Sandy)
8-INCH DISH fM 2S.88 r CALCULATOR :anderson, has been promoted to the
'FLOPPY. ank of colonel.
PLASTIC tau fi -5.00 S on 88 "tomIdl
WITCH HAT. PUMPKIN 9) 12.11No Mrs.. Gladys Mooty 'returned
ft, IML 1... 20.88 Vednesday night of last week after
i' ; :' Heats In 3 minutes, batter required. 3-key memory. 0 .'en days visit with her son-in-law and

J; ..11i \14- 5 DAZEY 3.5-QJ. GRAN PRIX AM/FM laughter, LCDR and Mrs.'' B.C.., .
STEREO 'hornton in San Diego Cal.!
: :; CHEFS POT
'r Carry all your ZIP>r FIT'SHELF ,tmcr-t toe. ills RADIO Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.
: '4 KOOKY SPOOKS 7gsttTreats I LIMIR ,WITH sr*CIAI UMTI omr viva IUDPIIONtf ( J'\\ pent the weekend with Mr and Mrs.

MAKEUP; CHARACTERHALLOWEEN 191s"ar.r? J 28.88 pits. b 11130 .... (trad Carter: and son in Arcadia and
/ --=- M511.lIIn.tLM Ir. and Mrs. Keith Carter and son in
.. .. -3.00 :: '
t. 1i5S8 .t Petersburg. Mrs. Carter 'Jr.
:; 151' \, COSTUMES 23.88 r''+ ow'' eturned .Sunday after 10 days with,
",.. Non-stick coating, oth of her sons and families. -
''Vt'\.\' a.g. a ue ,SANYO MINI>
fcT, ,, > ; 6S CAPITOL CASSETTE'RECORDER' i-a Mrs,Elna Schaffer returned) Mon-',
CREEPY CRAWLY IM S CRAYOLA OUAL-IUHNER -ay from Alachua General Hospital
rt
here she was confined. 10 day-after.
MARKERS HOT PLATE AUK *MiomKEYSTONE -
PETS ., Clir-OM VINYLHAIRTRIMMED MCKW 1. \ .... 14." orgery.
asswna .... I.. 4 ..I'' ...
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks spent Oct.
MASK 99 Mj988 ..2)8a ) to Oct. 20 in Franklin. N.C. and
: 2k.880. 1
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; ij Iwo atlinburg. Tenn. and visited her
I Cue ti tea rents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
499 Separate controls." view buttons, 'arksdale, In Humboldt, Tenn.
,
-144/I';
: ;ITT ROTARY IVERFLASH. Vernon Nichols and ..George W.
t .r n- TELEPHOTO
STREAKS U TIPS WHITESTACK' o DESK PHONE ; ... ) rown attended the district deputy
naonttcurrKAW CYALUME CHAIRS I ;; .It ; It,:t.. :POCKET' arry Hendley visitation at Live Oak
< LIGHT era298.- ; CAMERA lks Lodge Tuesday of last week) and
I COLOR Wednesday Mr. and Mrs..
8' I.. .. II George
; a.wz. STICK 7"White : '.... 12.'" rown Richard Solze and' Carol
,1.7,.... M.I.MVIP r town attended the district deputy
t. '. : only.' ::1888 ohn Farmers visitation at Jackson-
..' : Q volume '
.. .: -i., Spra'on-shampoo ;;l,,contrpl.Wnlt.( only. 1 lle| downtown Elks Lodge.
.F !" put' ...... .................._.__._ .M ..
;....' .,' Mr. and Mrs. T.H.. Slade and Mrs.
d '. .. lyde Sinclair: returned Thursday of

., r.::: "I' "L 'BAIlY : Sale Prices peed .thrli .Sat... tae week after three weeks" at. Hilton
\ .,EN .1"SUNDAY; 0 to 8. OCt29th. ead"IIf.C. ;
'11 IEIEMIt i THE i TO ? ,ANTITIES.. .\ .
.. .. .. nfamr Lulu.:11.! Warren Wink ef'returneca'bet:
: 12
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: ." .1200-WATT ,! <' ,. .1.-'' \.I. "s confined for two week. ) following
MN-PRO! ORYEflnri \ '! : ery.

"':.al'rt' : ',"win WHIM* ....MMTI t ft... amr' _. !:' Bradford !*qfi Sh p- '{>ir>fl Clnt.r ''u 'Mrs. Janet Turner visited Mr: and

I 88... ..,. ..., \ I' "I r' ;irs. Brant Turner In Washington. ,
:. } I' 1./L#.18 .'Mal-n Price|< :" 831S.":Walnut' .' Street- Starve' I".{,rL, / .'.. 'C. Oct. 12-17. ; >

'J; .- .e' \\q1 riE.t! r I ". ''t'i: ( '' .. Vernon Silcox underwent

." \ !P" tie.ti : : : f';'< iI' i-!. : ndectomy at North .-.Flory

. .,'I' :2 spsds/Mess. .',.;,.,,,;.." -., '/' ... < ., ,' .,. ... ., gional Hospital last Friday
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Attending the. \' MrsfftttuWt Green return*.J ,''Mrs.. Mary Lawson;jofjfetarkeand! "J .{ \\Ijj!",, Michael.White"I of I.'aImeWilfl mi'returned Tue8day:: {'|/:
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Reddish spent (
Mr. and Mrs. Drew .'1',1, wicAiana. wrs 4
Dela. state convention In Orlando ., rr last!;week: fronVUvvoTji% 00 and daughter4nlawiMrifandi4'Mrs. f''"t1antabiwerSunday3>breskfstguests ','i after thr weeks\ in AJacbua Genera', .

I Oct. 7-17 In Wilmington. were Mrs.'Drew Reddish, Mrs. lathe New England states, Jerry Lawson of Fort Walton of his Mr. and .Mrs." Hospital. ... .,, "

\ Johns and Johns, Mrs, L.C. Early, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert; ,J Beach returned Oct. 9 from three Olin White.,On parents Sunday,. noon Mi*. and ,,!, .

\1' Mr. andt&Mrs.of Kingsley Randy Lake are rentingthe McGee Mrs. Ed Green and and family' In SprlngfleldJYi'. Lweeks, trip to Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Olin ,White and MI' and, Mrs. Mrs. Gladys ,Goldwire retureed'Monday ,
family Wilmaiean i "T
Terry. "i:,where they visited relatives. weeka visit with Mrs. ,
warren Winkler home on Pratt Larry White Joined Mr. and Mrs. after a ,
Street. Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar''' it- Robert White and children, Wes and T.W. Barlow In Claxton.Ga. and Mr..',.j(.
Mrs. Betty Young, President World \"' ,)'*j,, Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr.:returned Kelly of Winter Park at Cedar River A.K McDaniel in Brunswick, Ga." A-'
weekend at Disney : \; :
Woman's Club of Starke and "Tuesday'after two weeks Visit with
Mr. and Mr*. Mac Baldwin had as Restaurant In Gainesville for lunch.
Whiffen attended a dinner and her son, Jerry Lee in Groveland, who, returned
Mr.and Mrs. R.O. Dansby r
her aunt the 4th annual ,
held
Saturday overnight guests,
and tion Wednesday, Oct. 19, at was seriously Injured,in an Mr. and Mrs Sunday after a in-day trip where they
and mother Mrs. Lillian Pipkin for barbecue for the two Jeffrey Warren and '
Club
Waletka Women' automobile accident
Mrs. NeU Pipkin of Bonifay and her Club and Starke, patrons... family of Brandon spent the weekend attended a family reunion In OZArk, .
Federation of Woman's
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Saturday, Oct. 22,at" +f \ with his parents,, Mr.;and Mrs. J.D. A.....,: visited MJr. and Mrs. Mickey .
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president, Lois Perkins On ;I''. Mrs. R.P. McLendori returned Mon- and
: i, Warren\ Dansby in Prattvllle Ala. Mr.
Mefford of Albuquerque, Hillcrest Lake. ,\ ,
Mrs. Gene.. day. Oct. 20, Mrs. Ann Whlffen, on .day after four months in Blowing) { Mrs. M.O. Patterson in Montgomeryt'Ala.

NM. anne Ruckdeschel Sandra Green : Mrs Charles Fields of ,. Rock, N.C. visiting Mrs. Jim McLen- Mr. and'M";' .'J mes'Cash and sons' and toured the Smoky Mountains'

Wade Winkler' left Tuesday for a Shaw, Freda Judd and Ruth visited Mr. and Mrs. '>don and family and a weeks visit with' of Orlando) were weekend guests of where 'the fall leaves were at their/:

attended the Fall FFWC District and Mrs. J.H. Field ,,her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and her parents Sen. and Mrs. peak In turning color. "t, : ; ,
In Monaco. Charley
weeks vacation ??
Woman's
meeting at Palatka Mrs. Loy Cogdlll in Knoxville. Term.Brooker Johns.

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. f No icesJ J JIN I North--Range 3 W. In Bradford ",'Florida. 32622. Deputy Clerk. 5:00: .p.m. on Friday Mrs. A.J.''Eaves,III and Mrs.Richard Odom, attended

Legal ing South of a $joint owners, doing Harry .Hobbs. PA. November 4, 1983 forth the Gainesville district United Methodist Women's

road known a. ., 84.58 feet of Dullness under the firm Attorney for Plaintiff following: annual meeting and tea Sunday afternoon In Lake Cityat

THE CIRCUIT YOU ARE HEREBY Road; also that the East 24.23 name af WATERBED' FAC. Th* Legal Center, Life Insurance. the First Methodist Church. ',V.

of said EM of 4, Block B. of a TORY. CoRd. 18 Suit 100, ,, coverage for two full I
COURT OF FLORIDA. NOTIFIED that an action I'
EIGHTH JUDICIAL for DISSOLUTION OF North Rang 4 PART OF MT. 'rook.f$,Fl 32622 Intends ,723 E. Kennedy Blvd. I rtlm* .low nforcmnt Mrs.Titus Olson l left last Friday to attend the funeral;f
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ing South of sold ON SILVER to told fletttlou > Tampa Fl 33602 officer of th*City In th*
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MARRIAGE AND OTHER thereof register 'of her brother, Walter Lilley in West Frankfurt, llUy.t | I.
BRADFORD COUNTY. RELIEF ha been filed ,and East of a plat nome(under the ((813))323-4248: amount of 20.000 per ? i ,tArt
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FLORIDA against you. VIRGINIAM. prolongation of In aforesaid statute. :' I0/2O2tchg 10/27 afflcr' for accidental and Ann SchuU and frIends. Jim and JeanThompson .
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Westerly public Poled thl. 18th day af death or $30,000 .per of
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Civil DepartmentCASEN0.83390CA STEPHENS. and you of Fla. returned Friday from two
of Bradford McAlpin,
Parcel I. far
OctoberA.D.. 1983 In ficer coverage
or. required ta serve a CALL FOR BIDS weeks trip on the Blue Ridge Parkway Virginia and
at public sal., Bradford County. unlawful Ond Intentional *
copy of your written filed the Carolinas and saw the leaves while they were b the.,
highest bidder for against \'.U0/204tpd)1/10) killing a*. per' Session .
EVA BORROR and defenses. It any to It. on at th* front door WILLIAM L. ..' ,,,1 '" insurance Coveragefor Law 83-1 IS, titled, ,peak of color i,\ '' '', > Ai
ALLEN E. BORROR the plaintiff' attorney \ ,!t Ji Town' Marshal
Bradford HENRY' H. i ivij
County Florida law Enforcement }
her husband who. nam and address thouse In NORMA J. \' 'I.\r' ((1))"" A $20.000 deah'ben.llt Officer and Mr.and Mrs.'Emmett Elder have returned after four

VS MILTON RACKARD and Is WM.ESQUIRE.A. BES BES Florida between hi. wife, and \ I\IN THE COUNTY' to a toW enforce"ment ; Firefighters Death ,months at their summer hornets Highlands, N.qy. ;
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SENT III. I A.M. and 2:00: P. required to .,. ..*SStJlCOURTOP> officer who I I. oxcldentlally Benefit Act." .,. '' < \I,...'

CHRISTINA RACKARDhi. LYNN SENT MOODY 403 West the 17th day copy of your ,.'!'.\ DUVAL COUNTY ': or Intentionally Bids will be opened on Mrs. Millie' Sofford and Mrs.,Leonard Ott of NeW)

.wife: andJOHNNIE Georgia SALZMAN.Street P.O. los November 1983.GILBERT .... If any CASE NO. 83-S89-CC killed while In. Tuesday November 8, Orleans were last Tuesday to Friday guests of Mrs.

DOWLING. 1056. Starke, Florida S. F. BRYAN. :j'1If.1.' ., ,the prformonc of hi* 1983 at a public meetingof W.B. Mundy. They visited. St.Augustine on Thursday."

Defendants. 32091 and'file the AS AND HAD. "GENERAL TIRERUBBER I duties.. 'a* provided by ,the, City Council. ,Interested .' 45'. v*

original with th. clerk of SAID who.., Plaintiff's CO.,,a corpora- '' Section 11219: Florida' parties may obtain > Mr. and Mrs. A.J.Eaves, HI attended the retken.nt; ; /
lauloh M. mailing additional
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO the above styled court on By: tion,8Sj*... Statutes. Information afternoon at
Deputy I P.O. Box 640 from the Clerk ceremony for Col. Clifton F. Milton Friday ]I
also d/b/a GENERAL AND City
before November 10, follow
or the State Arsenal In St.Augustine and reception
10/13 4tchg Florida TIRE SERVICE ; ((2) A $50.000 death Or the abov address or ,
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: MILTON 1983: otherwise a judge : ::,
before Ing at the Columbia House. : ,
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RACKARD. entered Plaintiff i I'k, benefit to a law enforce- by .telephone). ((904)) "' "
CHRISTINA L. ment may be ., ,v
NOTICE day,. of ........ ,""' 468.1201 or ((904)), /
121 Green Street.Augusta against you for the reliefdemanded and III. ,.ment officer who .Is : I'." "' I'LOOKINO'OI'ATRUEVAlUU'
1983 68.265t.. "
Ga. 30901JOHNNIE In th* complaint ,OF INTENTIONTO GEORGE GOETZMAN., unlawfully and Intentionally T
with the Th t'sservea' the : t
REGISTER City ,
DOWL- or petition. 11I91VldllafJUd killed while In .?
W. Adkin hand and FICTITIOUS Court either right to. reject any and all Soon "
ING 620 WITNESS my .'on Plain- d/b/a GOETZMAN the prformanc 'of his Coming :
Street. Stark. Fl 32091. th. seal of said Court on or Im CONSTRUCTION COMPANY duties, a* provided InChapter bids. Lola, WilliamsonCity Watch f apr for Mor. D.taiti. : .:....';

Pursuant to ____ _
October 4. 1983.GILBERT (1lf\ 83.115. lows of J

YOU ARE NOTIFIED S. BROWN 865.09. Florida Sto thereafter default will: D.t.ndanr4! Florida (Senate BUI Clerk _', ...., t. !
that an action to AsCiurkef sold Court notice Is hereby a rut'; .1. ..1.2'ckg. 1103CDBGFY wlthdraw'from m th* com IN THE MATTER OF :. "" t

Forclosure a Mortgag.on By: Martha E. Struth that the against you .:'! NOTICE OF number 233); ). petition ,after the openIng THE ADOPTION OFi ',.. ", I,i'];
Richard E. demanded Bid should be on a -of"" of bid, and In theevent ''OEBRAJAYNE '
tha following described As Deputy Clerk SHERIFFS SALE : JOHNS'/ '' '
In Bradford 10/27 Judy A. Ohler | and per year basil. Bids the )Contract I Ie V.I. '
property .!10/O64tchg ,'"f..rI": !m i ",
82 PROGRAMCITY
County. Florida owner. doing ,. NOTICE;" IS HEREBY should fee' mailed to awarded to the Bidder,, S NOTICE OF. ,/. |"(

BEGINNING AT THE NE NOTICEOF under the firm .or petition. GIVEN that -I. Dolph P.Reddish. Town or Brook at P.O. S OF STARKE,*> h. will 'within(ten ((10)) ,ACTION.t\l l .*.

CORNER of th* EVi of theN INTENTIONTO STARKE !ROOFING. my hand and .Sheriff of Bradford -.. Box 127. Brooker,.: FLORIDA day threalter execute TO JAMES' JOHNSON !'

/, of SE'/i of NE'/i. Section REGISTER Box 705 Stark. this Court on County. Florida, and ,Florida' 32621.'', baforeNovember ,, ,STREETS' DRAINAGE th* Contract Agreement ;FOGG.:' ,,jtesid.nc.q.1Unknown (

29. Township 6 FICTITIOUS NAME ,32091. Intends I 1983. under and by.virtu. of a 8i 1V83..>'{.i ,', .5 .IMPROVEMENTS" AND WATER! \, and furnish th* required. ,,* <"i. ,*i' <\'" ,* "

South. Rang 22 Eat and register' said S. BROWN Writ ;'oPR'ExecutIonher.tofor. The Town.'of BroL'reserves Performance Bond and. YOU ARE HEREBY;' .

run thence S IS ft. Pursuant to Section name under THE COURT Issued out of the right to accept Payment Bond and Insurance NOTIFIED that on action '

thence run W.>t 350 865.09, Florida Statutes aforesaid statute. : .Ioh M. Moody th.. above-sntltled or reject any and all INVITATION TO BIDDERS foiling..which:: for Adoption of. DEBRA

font run S. 50 font to a notice I I. hereby given Dated this 12th Deputy Clerk Court.*,In. of that the undenlgned October AD, become the property *f filed and
point beginning. styled cause. have levied Unda Robinson; that the City of Stork.. against' you you
WELLNESS. INC.. 720 to:
Thnc ,run South 100 Bradford upon th* following property Clerk 'will h. City as liquidated are required to serve a
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S.W. 2nd Ave., Haddock
'**t. thence run East 200 Fl. Florida.' .' situate. lying and Town of Bracket sealed bid 'In the City damages. copy of your written
Gainesville.
f thence North 32601. I0/2O4tpd 'Th* Owner reserves defenses/H to It,
** run being In Bradford County any on
th.nc. sole or joint owner. doIng 107 272tcho.il/O3 Council Chamber City th*right ta require the .
100 ft. run Florida te-wlt: th* Petitioner's attorney,
\ We.t 100 f..t to point of buslne und.r th. The East fc of North Hall. Starke. Florida successful Bidder ta file whose'name ,and address
firm nam of BRADFORD 064 0 .CALL FOR BIDS 32O91. until 2:00: o'clock ..
beginning Half (NM) of Southeast proof of his ability to Isl WM. .. BES*
ALSO Comment at HOSPITAL CENTER FOR IN THE 4tchg 11/13. on the 14th day of properly finance and ..ICI.CU' ''III ESQUIRE ,BES-
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Quarter ( )
will November 1983 for theCanstructiout
HEALTH FITNESS 922 ,Sealed bid ,, "
NE Corner of E'/t of NVi --. theost Quarter (NE'/) af th* proct| SENT. MOODY I
of SE/i! of NE'/ Section East Call Street Stork.. BRADFORD Section' 1.9f Township 6 received 'by the City af theStreets together with his recordof SALZMAN.' 403 West

29. TownshIp 6 South. Florida 32091 Intend to THE CIRCUIT South.;"Range Jtt ,East, Commission of the City, ,, Drainage andWot.r successful completionof Georgia Street, P O.,Box
'Ictltlou.nom. PROBATE the Improvements '
sold Florida
Rang 22 EaM. Run Wet register COUMTOf THt"1 "', of Stork. at sImHor protect The 10161iS'ark.,, Florida
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thoofor..ald Hail Stark, .
200 feet. thence run statute.Dot.d .. FILE / JUDICIAL *..h, .|..i... and as, City FlorfdaAUntll In T:M. ."uhlkits ..pena.f.. teed Owner seserva*the p.m. e.w.Iva'' l.femnalitles.lf < ..
South 113 feet, tea pointof IN AND FOR mere' 'particularlydescribed i ortg1 with *mtstsf
aloud' and recorded.The
beginning thence run this 30th day of COUNTY. 'intl.' Official Tuesday November 1. .any bid and to reject any the above-styled 'court
September. A.D., 1983. 1983..at which time and above cen.fruCoo'tlQJt or all bids or to reodver- before December ,
We 50 feet thence
t run 7; FLORIDA Records o*';Bradford 'on or
will be located In the I
South 50 feet thence run In Stark. Florida. IN RE: ESTATE OF 101'.j CIVIL ACTION County In Book 211 at place ,all bid,received ti... Award will b*mad 1. A.D.9113, oth_'"CIIUclg.m.nl
Northeast of the City
/./AI'on Fisher MARION FLOYD will be publicly,openedand area
to the lowest responsible beentered
East 50 feet, thence run NO. B3-370-CA Pag 527. <' aloud tha of Stark, Florida. .( may
read
10/06 /27 WIGGINS.
North 50 fet to point of tchgl "M'" 'us the property of the on The protect consists of Bidder ,The successful against' you I forth
following: ,
beginning abav-namd Defendant Bidder to whom the Contract rlif,dmanded In
NOTICE OF UNLEADED AND the construction of approximately -
TOGETHER WITH A .. and that on tho14th' I.27S lineal ha, been awarded the complaint/ or petltton -
REGULAR GASOLINE -
1974 RIDGEWAY MOBILE shod sign the ContractAgreement .
day oKNovember, feet _
of
IN THE CIRCUIT 40.000' new pavementand' '
Approximately ,Perlor- hand
HOME. I 1.0. No. RG 1298. and
at WITNESS
COURT FOR The .., 1983 Monday on gallon total. with related' my
60 Long. clock said day mane Bond and Payment the seal I of sold Court
noon on en
'RADFORDCOUNTY.FLORIDA. the estate of WITH MINIMUM OCTANE drainage, cleaning,
Bond and other
ho been filed ogaln.tyou the of the required October 24. 1983.
FLOYD on premise : OF 81 .'Unleaded.; televising and Internally certificate lit' J
: and or* requiredto Sheriff'sOffice. .GILBERT BROW4.
you Bradford \
County
., CIVIL DIVISION deceased. File WITH MINIMUM OCTANE grout sealing 2,323 lineal .
serve a copy of your CASE NO. 83-39 13508. Is pending I'will offer for OF 89 Regular. feet, of gravity sewer. sextupllcat and return .. .4, .:'AS CLERK'
defense. If the signed document,
written any. sale and ..11..10 the The' th. OF SAID' COURT
City reserve
Circuit Court for REQUEST DELIVERY
within ten ((10) day after
to It WM A. BESSENT .
on highest bidder for cash ,BY: BeulahM.Moody
FLORIDA BANK AT ford County. WEEKLY I right' to award a contractor
the dot of
III. BESSENT MOODY OF ACTION 'the above- t"'llI.rocelpt* -A Clerk
STARKE. Probate Division;th In hand. T\\ ABOVE QUANTITIES' 'to \ re-advefllse, Th. successful Bidder *Deputy
403 W.stG.orgio
SALZMAN.Street P.O. BOM1OS6 Plaintiff dress of which Is J. SAN- described the property property of the sold a* FOR A TWELVE. MONTH ''whichever best Interest.may b*'In Its shall; furnish a separate'Performance IQ/274tchgll/ir, .II ,'

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Stark Florida Bond and '
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before November BOB L. COOPER. Stark. Florida Dougherty Defendant to satisfy' said : Tha City of ,Stark'' Thl.protect I to to be ,Payment Bend..each of I' i, ', ,' ij'
32091. Webb City. ,<(>, INTHiIRCUiT'
Execution. : *
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right accept -
The name reserves
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17, A.D. 1983. and file DOLPH' E. REDDISH'' theDepartment which bet .an. I COURT FORBRADFORD ,
Defendants dresses of the or relect any or. all Federal' grant from less than
the original with th. NOTIFIED /, ..SHERIFF < of Housing'and amount not one, COUNTY.
CI.rk of this court either representative 'bids.. hundred percent ((1QOX)
to cancel BRADFORD COUNTY PLOKMDAi
NOTICE OF SALE effective dot will Urban Development ,
personalrepresentative's I The of th Contract amount '
before .." Ic. on plaintiff .. a contract ( FLORIDA : PROBATE DIVISION
;" be data of acceptance and shall b* referred taa ,
attorney or Immediately the following 10/2o4tchg 11/10 and shall file certificates File Number BJ-W-CP. '
HUD
NOTICE I I.
ProjectB83
thereafter h.r.by torn.y or. set City of Stark. with the Owner that he .
': ; In .
given that pursuant to below. property Florida, DN-12'0003, '
be otherwise entered. a default will th. Final Judgmnt All Interested County., .+ "'k", ":4 1\ By. Nell L.:Tucker Bidder must comply :hoi continue obtained to and carryWorkmen's will IN RE: ESTATE OF, "A',
against you : BEATRICE ROBERTS, '
.nt.red In cas number tCltyClerkJtchg with the Presidents ExV
for the relief demanded are required to ; :Compenso-i ; .- \
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In the complaint. 8329. In the Circuit this court WITHIN the North 16 or V. ,IN COURT THE CIRCUIT Of THE ,' "" ,\ ,10/27, ecutlve Order which No. 11246: tIon ,Insurance! Owner'. Deceosed, ,
Court for Bradford County. MONTHS OF THE and 11364. prohibIts -
this 6th of Protection Insuranc
DATED day
October A.D. 1983. Florida I will sell ,h.prop.rty PUBLICATION OF of Hampton EIGHTH JUDICIAL "- .;" discrimination In.mploym.nt Public ,and Private' -' NOTICE '
Section OF
In 36. CIRCUIT OF THE ADMINISTRATIONTh
situated In regarding
GILBERT S. BROWN NOTICE: ((1)) all Liability and Property
Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford County again the ..ta' 7 South Range STATE OF HORIDA CALL FOR BIDS trace, creed color sex or Damage Insurance Inadequate '
Bradford Coun IN AND FOR administration of
Florida described as- notional origin. penFederal
Martha E. Struth ((2)) any objection amount and
By: ,
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COUNTY th estate BEATRICE
BRADFORD .
Two parcels of land Interested 'Sealed bid. will be r.qufrenwnts.Pldaers
A* D.puty Clerk10134tchgll03 for the III* af. the Contract -
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compromising portionsof whom this with' eon CIVIL ACTION, ,received by the Board of must comply '. ROBERTS deceased, Flltt.
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the W'/i' of Block 1 moiled that mobile 83-216 ,Bond Trustees of the City ,with the Title VI of the Th Contractor shall Numb.r '83-BS-CP. Is, .
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NOTICE South, Range 3 West; the the validity of ... Identifica of Starka. Florida In the 'Civil Bight Act of 1964,1( begin'work within ten pending' In, the Circuit i''

E1of Block 1 South the qualification Land. JIM WALTER HOWES., City Clerk'office, at tha' she Davis-Bacon Act and ((10)) day after the dote Court for Bradford County "'

OF INTENTIONTO Rang.4 Wait: the E of personal Inc. a City Hall In.. Stark* .th. ,"Anti-Kickback Act of 'Written. notice' front Florida' ,'!?Probat DM-, .

FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME Block 1 North Rang 4 venue, or filed against FlarldOI"I Florida until 6:30: p.m. on 'and the Contract ,Work.., th. Owner, to begin, lon,. I the address of .

West, and th. WVi of th* court. ore required Tuesday November I, Hours Standard Act. work. Th* time of completion which I I.Bradford Countyi '

Block 1 North. Rang 3 ALL CLAIMS a copy of your v* ,1983, at which time and Bidder*, must '..certify hall b 90 calendar I i Courthouses', Stark*.'
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Pursuant ta Section West.all In Simon J. JECTIONS NOT SO .... If any. S LEON SWEAT and W ll\\ 'place:ell bids received that they do not and will ,after.. the Florida..The name and ,
day expiration .
865.09, Florida Statute., ''addresses, of the ., .
E. SMITH. SWEATjIrThi ;, -,
I Temple Subdivision as' WILL BE FOREVER. NORMAJ. \. will be publicly opened I 9t9lntoll\: or provide '; dot. ,of the
I. hereby
notice given per plot thereof recorded RED. attorney *wife and sSfe-, .'and read aloud. on the, for their employees any aforementIoned ten ((10)) _I roprooontotivo and('

that the undersigned In Deed Book C. Pogo Publication of ... Is Post FLEET FINANCtT, fallowing: facilities, that are day: notlc*. iTh th* ,personal:represen i '

Leonard Victor Gruff. 424 of the public recordsof Notice ha begun 117, Branson Inc.,formerly jjL. .TWELVE MONTHS SUP- segregated on a basis of Work will b* tatlves attorney ore set" ,
P.O. Box 7SS Stark. .' per- "
32621. on or known ttflPf Vi, creed ,, forth below. V!*!
.01. Bradford County, ,tabor 20. 1983. PLY' OF'FUEL Oil approximately roc*. color or notional formed on property own .,
Florida 32091
Florida, said parcel being 19 SOUTHERN DISCOUNTCOMPANY.O.fattdaflt. 150.000 to' origin. per Federal ed by the City of Stork,. Interested persei e'j
busin.s.und.r .
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doing
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owner file th* 2 are required ta III with
No.
th. firm ofVICS mar. particularly Rapt sa n tat 200.000 gallons requirement or on easement obtained -
name ,
described as follows.' MANA LUCILE the Clerk of I .4 .diesel fuel oil to conform The Bid Proposal shall by the City of Stark., this court. WITHIN THREE

BASS 6 BUCK Parcel I: Commence at Rout 1, either before NOTICE OF SALE h'i' ta, ipeclllcotlan of ,b* mad. In. triplicate on. .Plan, .Specification' MONTHS OF THE FIRST.
SPORTING GOODS 3 Ml. Plaintiff, PUBLICATION. OF :THIS
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an Iron pipe located at Breaker, : American Petroleum Institute a Proposal form furnished and oth.,"' Contract
N. of Stork on US 301. the Northeasterly corner Immediately NOTICE *Ss': hrby fuel oil must not by the Owner and Document are, on fit. NOTICE: (1)) .all ,claims
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e.O. Box 7SS. Stork. of sold W'/i of Block I Attorney for : otherwise a given ,that' pursuant to hove higher sulphur con submitted to the City of and may be examined at' against the estate and

Florida 32091 Intend to South. Rang 3 West (being Representative: b* entered an order or Final Judge. tent than 8X by _Igh'. :Stark, Florida In a sealed th* 'atflc* of th* City ((2)) any objection by an

register sold fictitious also the Southeasterly A.Z. ADKINS. JR. for the relief ,meat entered .In. th* The cetone number must, *nvelopev ,marked Clerk. Stork., Florida Interested person: to
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under Ih. In th* com above captioned. C.... I for CDBG-FY ;whamthi.nollc'Jr\ !
nam corn. of sold Block 1 P.O. Box 1000Gainesville. b* a minimum of 45. All 'Proposal ,and al the office of ..*>
aforesaid .'afuto. North Range 3 West) for Fl petition. ,will sell th* property. bid prices must be based ,82 Progrom**, tent, Hammock I 'mailed that challenges.
Dated this 03rd day of my hand and I Brodfo.". shall b the validity of the will,,'
POB. and run S ITMSW.afong ((904))372.3331 situated 1/11' on Jacksonville Terminal Proposal ''Ruckman.;. Inc.. Conultlng -
October A.D.. 1983. In ( the Easterly boun- 10/20 I this Court on' County. Florida, descrlbis '-J Jed price plus freight' ,.less. .\.delivered. ta'I City. Hall ,. and Design. the qualification of 'mev

Stark. Florida. dary of said WVi of Block ?. 1983. on (WJ." contract allowance. Stork., Florida 3209'1 Engineer,, 2000 Corporate personal presefitatfv1.j\;

10/064'chg 10/27 1 South. Rang 3 West .-... 5. BROWN Comm* llht' > Ni :Th* ald Board of Bond either. by .a represent, Square venue, or "jurisdiction" "of, J

THE CIRCUIT 630.22 feet ta an Iron of the, Circuit comer. of the U\4 of the Trustee reserves th*. saliva of th. Bidder who. loulord.'Jockeomrm.} ,rh laCOut'tt .'I\
IN '
COURT EIGHTH pip. located at the IN THE Court NEVi of the 5wY'al s.c.1! ,right to accept or reject, r shall obtain',o receipt Florida 32216. Plan and, ALL CLAIMS ANO HUD O8SJEOIONS j

CIRCUIT Southeasterly ,corner COURT / 4tch1ll11/13.. tlon I.Township SMth, any or all bid*. therefore, ;ar by. ,Specification may b* NOT SO ,
JUDICIAL .
for. *. WILL BE IrQRiVER BARKfO. ,
21 Cast datashall mall with' 1
Of FLORIDA thereof: thence N 72'I5'W. EIGHTH Rang Th* effective registered i purchased' from Bessent.
Ih P.O.I. Run '('1:010'18.*...' be of return .recelpf re* ...,- ,,' I
along Southerly CIRCUIT. .., on acceptance Hammock ;4 Muckmon, '
IN AND FOR' boundary of sold Block I COUNTY longer N. lIn.'of' *...se t""; !,tld." l' I\ .quested.*. .I' ,Inc.. for the sum ,ofS3000 "PublIcna'o'tkl.Notice ; ,

BRADFORD COUNTY South. Range West.. 324 CIVIL ACTI debts Incurred respon. distance -of",:to ,feet:i//t Board oi land J.TrusleiVV: ,Th* proposal shall be per set* non- ha begun on Oe.ssobmr I

CIVIL ACTION feet to an Iron pipe: other than thence run I.. distance. Of the City of Stark, ,accompanied. by" 'bid refundabte.. 27. 1963..' ___ ___, i

CASCNO.B332ICAIN thence N OWIS' W. ,. .of 4IOJeetttJW : .fill. ..-.. \',. Florida security In 'an'amount:' 'CITY COUNCIl:: OF THE .' ;:; I ,

66S29 feet to an Iron FREEDOM ,r .I..Burton : a dl.tar.cefeet l 4.40 ".'7r' IyINoIl L'Tq kat"\. 'J jtt1pt.fees than five percent Isti "O') I,*' I't: ,CITY OF $T........ ',,".._.. -- I \
RE THE MARRIAGEOf : I''O' "\ ((9H) of the bid amount -- '
: located the Northerly ,
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pip on LOAN ASSOCIA s: p.o. Box 435 thence r* '' ;' ,. : ClyCIfKHchgtOV27! I( FLORIDA : I'NowT
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boundary of sold distance .pfi9bf It '-. ':: ,,' ,I .? : Sold security shall b* In 1 I
etc.. i Lawtoy. FI 'f : : 10/27 Jtchgl!!103XOOHTOfROIHOA .
KENNETH JAMES E'of Block l' $ uth. Plaintiff. '. / I1/J3'' ,' theme' : run I. .o / ","'",.::i.. '..' .4,, r'' ,,', ,;5't f',.!1'the check, form,cashier a* *,certified check' ;; 01..,.0. "* -I: '

STEPHENS Range 4 West (being also of 164.73 ,I4thtwna" -' ar ,j, I'
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HusbandVS the Southerly boundaryof vs.WILLIAM I L:, kiNG. I run. N. a distIB. jj-s : .If an a solvent national or k Metro
1 lest P.O.I. state bonk of a lid bid ': .,<-i 'y fI IpI :' !
said EV4 of Block ..c...5.ol.. to th* INVItATION. BID 0'1' : :
.. "P In, ferns provided In > I. ., '' ...,
VIIIGINIAM.ITEPHENS. North Rang 4 West) Oaf.ndaeti. REGISTER at public *.,p'to. : BY". ,: the ,. j
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I WIf. thence S 72MS I. along ,highest and I*** W*.** 'CTY| OF.HAMPTON, 'th* Contract Document, '" 'tNTHtClIICLItf;" 'Attomeyf. I. '
sold Northerly boundary NOTICIOFACT NAMe for cash, at Off'. koftf,. ...executed by th*. Bidder ,. Personal : ,,,, (;: '! j'l.pres.ntativat j 1 '

I NOTICE OF SUIT and continuing S 72MS'E. > to Section door aS'IheO "VW Clry'o> HompW ,',and a qualified surety, ; EIGHTH JUDICIAL.' .. 'i'

I NO PROPERTY along th* Northerly TO '(. Statute County Courtk. ',.O/ Box 80, Hampton. "poyobfsInthe'Cltyof. CIRCUIT.IN AND FO* BUGENS P.SHAW 1', :
1tO0 ;vStotke, Florida/' : P.O. Dress. ,.,I..
boundary of aid Block I ,WALTERS; .. I ... that Stark, FIor Florida 33044,will accept f "
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I TO VIRGINIA M. :TM Bid' security shall ;
: South. Rang :3 Wsf Un.r ,, \1..m.- *.oil. writ 1 *** ... Illy '
I STEPHENS. c/o Lillian 531.38 feet ta POB. YOU AIM ,. J and d.Jon David J. ,.;,' --. ,, 'mall at handdollveredj serve ,"*. 'a guarantee '<,i ij i, (Civil DepartItIent) ';.r.lullon.t" '" (((9, *"4 \\1.; ,

I Py....9101 Lowery Road, Parcel Us That portionof 'an action to 23. CLERK CI j WnW. 1* Oerkuntil, ,'t :that', ,a_,"theBidder. -will not "CMI, ,NO. .68-48-CA .4-l "' ,

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Photos by Mark Frledlln and Larry Oglesby
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Traffic came to a stop in Starke last Friday as Bradford High School __ 44 ) .
celebrated.its Homecoming with a colorful parade through the center of the ci
ty. l
I Senior Angela Folsum was crowned as BHS Homecoming Queen for 1983 in 'Ph91'S
I ceremonies Thursday night and the BHS Tornado football team came through + r1 t tip r+'
on the gridiron, defeating the Clay High Blue Devils 19-12 In an Important
district contest,
The BHS Marching Band put on a classy performance;both in the parade and r
at halftime during' the football game, providing plenty of entertainment. for the
big crowd.
Tornado students worked all week to put on an outstanding homecoming'
weekend, according to Guidance Counselor Allison Aljets) who said there were
few problems and lots of fun for everyone involved. '
The senior class won the competition among the different floats in the parade,
as is the custom, since the senior float always carries the Homecoming Queen
and her court. The junior class came in second, the freshmen were third and the
sophomores were fourth. a lt,3't'!'
Comical skits were put on by the students during the annual Tornado Whirl
Thursday night, all on the theme of "Exorcising the Devils". First place in the
skit competition was awarded to the junior class, second place went to the
seniors, third place was awarded to the freshmen and fourth place went to the I I.1i Ir
sophomores. ;

The best decorated truck award went to the FFA,the Drama Club was second .1i t '.' t -S S
and the Science Club was third. r
The welcoming address Thursday night was given by BHS Chorus Director 4 r r,s r
Don Hardy, followed by the BITS fight song played by the band. The Tornado' fS } r J i I I3r
players were then introduced, along with the varsity and junior varsity
cheerleaders. The cheerleaders performed several dance numbers to popular d
Michael Jackson songs like "P.Y.T." and"Beat It" to the delight of the crowd. a qa
Then i it was time for,the big announcement as Miss,Folsum was crowned.a!. ; ,
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Homecoming There were crowds Festivities.of people ling the[ streets for Bradford High. School's An- the Clay Blue Devils while last year's queen Sadie McDuffle crowned this J
.nual Homecoming parade held In Starke last Friday. year's queen senior Angela Folaurncenter). }
BHS Majorettes lncludlng(above from left to right Melissa William, Toot- I
'ale Tucker and Donna Parado were colorful addition to the show along with Angela Joined her fellow senior queen candidates for a ride on the senior +II'
;BHS Flag Corps membersshown above): Annie Loper and Cheryl Furrow. floatrlght which lncludedfro( m left to right Selina Cassels, Michelle f I
Logan Kicks(at left) made a dashing' exorcist as the Tornadoes exorcised'' Stllwell and Larl Ann Johns. Not shown Is Lisa Blocker. 1
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1 Tonight's the night for unique- mime.. ,


The Santa Fe Community College original mime pieces conceived and G.A.M.E. has made four European N
Fall Festival of the Performing Arts directed by the company's Artistic tours In the last eight years, In addi-
continues its. season tonight with a Director, Sandra Hughes. The even-, tion to appearances at the Festival of
presentation of the "Great American ing will see a mix of classic white face American Mime, the International
Mime Experiment," an exciting professional mime and the group's highly acclaimed Festival of Fools in Amsterdam, the
1 Mime Troupe from Atlanta. mask performing. Masks used are Piccolo Spoleto in Charleston, and the
the personal creation of Michael Arts Festival of Atlanta.
Hickey member of the company
I The performance which is free and whose work has been exhibited at the
open to the public,will begin at 8' 'p.m Corcoran Gallery In Washington and The performance will be followed,
in the Starke Woman's Club, the leading museums. Other'' by the popular "meet the
i, :5'G.A.M.Ei.. will offer its concert touring members of the company are Mary performers' reception hosted by the
Ann Smith and Randy Kemp. Starke Woman's Club.
,, show,' "Illusions, ;featuring .

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r I..dforcl H"h" To.nedo.s .... )Merlach.n I Ram Its on 'Important Kytona Height lay Scout Troop 10* masts each at Ky.ton*'*
"district: contest for he Tornado again a 4-2 team. Klckoft: ,Is Mt United Me hodl.t Church each Tuesday night from 7:30.9 p.m.
for t p.m. If Stark. '
Craft Workshop The Florida Slat Museum I I. now taking op..plication -
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Veyitone Height. Indian' vs:Cloy the 6-\ Indian square off with,. : for its Fall Craft Workshop, to ,be. held' Sunday; f
'art old rival In another Important district llama beginning' at 8 p.m. November 6.Workshops.
,In Green Cov,Spring. 'Include: Amish Quilting, taught by Anna Upklvwlu;
''t f Inacon* 'Wreath, talght by fomelo' Derail, and Whlmy
/ Union County Tiger v*. Hawthorn Hornt The Tlgr go look'fng ..*...,., taught by Valarl Pothlor.fee .
dyi for their first win and moy gat It against 0-5 Hawthorne." ,The. are $4 for\the general public. $3 for member. of the
t? art kickoff' : I I. **t far S p.In..I'1 Hawthorn,. Florida State Museum Associate Workshop participant: may be
v /, required to bring material or purchasa: kit tram the Instructor,
; Call th* museum at 393-1721 for further. .Information.
KHHS Homecoming farad this Crowd pl.alng annual wine I.. .
I a favorite of both young and old and will begin Friday. ..-...... Alachua Poi, th. Gainesville :
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County Spon.o..Iay' '. Jaycees
<4 at 13 p.m. 'In Kytona H.ightsyIppodrom. L.
this annual vent will run front Monday through Sunday. Oct.
31Nov. 6;at the Alacnua: County Fairground Entertainment thl.
$ film Club features a variety of film ol a !contemporary
wllllnclucl.: Carla Wallando' ( ol ma lot
year daughter oerloll.t,
each and Saturday /night atth* University' olFlorida.
Friday
:nature : Knit Woftanda) Aerial'Thrill Show and Circus and Old. Tim Good
}?t t'u 'Vibe Medicine: Show the Robinson' Famlya| ( musical group) and
of..Animal, Fantasy Petting. Zoo. .
> 'jude; C.......* will be held Monday and Thursday nlghri In the There will be o midway and all the exhibit, of homo-mad.
I(., ton Height High School caftrld.'Junior-clan will b*: )items In the ooltlon' building.' .-
;';. ;held from*:*>p.m7:30 p.mt and s*nlor closes from 7:30 p."' ." Gate price: have been lowered this year to$1.50 for adults and f
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Starke Klwanlans have been busy In the past month Jlhw. !j -
electing new officers and directors, hosting the state .
governor, and having 65 members and guests attend a ..:' ,.
prayer breakfast. ..;, : I', --- .
New executive officer of the Starke Kiwanis Club Is '-' ,' 4
Rev. Warren Langer, pastor of the First United .;,"
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New 1983-84 officers are, top left, treasurer Lon 'I -' 4

Schlofman. secretary Richard Welty, vicepresidentMike ...-<.>,
Cooney and president Warren Langer.
Newly elected board of directors for 1983-84 are, at f' *.*.
right Steve Fetch, Gene Reese Bob Milner, Steve
Denmark, and Rod McGlamery.
The new officers were Installed Sept. zt at a dinner Prayer Breakfast....
with 35 members and wives attending at the Econo- attended'
Slxty-riv an Oct. 10
Lodge In Starke.
breakfast In the First United
Named outstanding Klwanlan of the Year Is Gene'' prayer .
Methodist Church In Starke.Dr.
Reese of Keystone Heights. Club service awards wentto i
Bernie McFadden who'Ie' In
Rod McGlamery and Richard Welty. Rev. Langer U
charge'of the Santa Fe Community
received a spiritual alms award. ,
office at Bradford High
Installing officers for the Installation was Howard College
Caraway, top middle with Rev. Langer, governor of School was. speaker for the prayerbreakfa.t
the Florida District of Kiwanis.International.
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exciting field that Is gaining more Kids. r
and more public attention every day. SATURDAY ...
Taking pictures with a 35mm camerais ,' jna4: ;
fast becoming recognized as a NITE SUNDAY 2.5 ) $ :
superior method of producing excellent HALLOWEENDANCE .
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high quality photographs at a HALLOWEEN -- ---"- -
reasonable cost if you would like to t SOCK HOP 79 Ford 81 Dodge
become involved with this 4-H
Photography Project you must 1) be '3- Include pizza. 6388 D150.4peea 4288
13-18 years of age and 2) own or have CONTEST t coke and dance Camp) Spec... 4 speed, Xtra . ,
access to a 35mm camera.This is certainly
going to prove to be one of the At Starke Lanes Bowling Center North 301 964.8175 81 Ford 82 Chevy

most exciting projects of the year sodon't North of HWY 301 16 !itrac i: F100Topper' 5188 3-10 6388
hesitate to call for more Infor- V-$ Cau XXX Nice V-6 .
mation at 964-628O ext. 229.
If you are interested in photographyand Quantity 81 Chevy 81 Ford
don't own a 35mm camera, keep 01 The ,
in mind that 4-H has a project for you LWB 4788 FIDOAC 4988
as well. 4-H offers excellent project USDA Choice Rights AT Power Steer ,. XX Sharp .

stamatic books In cameras photography that are just using as fun In- Beef M- eat ReservedOPEN '81 Chevy 81 GMC .

and exciting as those involving the 4x4 5988 Slel'fl.
35mm camera. If you are between the Spokewheel. ., nice Stereo AC X nice '-5288. '
ages of 8-18,why don't you stop by the '
4-H office (located at the Agriculture 1-7 fon.-SaLi 1 l' : 82 Ford 80 Ford
Building next to the fairgrounds) and Food Stamps,Welcomed j F100 '
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105 Edwards Road StoreCut 5988
pick up a photography book today. ItIs 458
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4-H office at 964-6280, ext. 229.
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Ky. Corps member 82 Escort BOChevette
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Lake Butler,Fl.took part in the 293rd 4DrLAT ,4.98 8
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Corpsmember Earnest C. Roberts 81 Cutlass .
successfully completed studies in 4688 CPE '
auto body. Xtra Wco VS AC AT AC Sharp . 5688.
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the Singer Company and it has an 8210 ,
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Lance Col. Giles H. Mitchell Loaded . AT AC lees .'. .1688 : i:'
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Marines, 2nd Marine Division Camp j '
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I Cep anding' First Annual HU ter's Day- will be something, .;.. special.. I


By Mark Frteldlll I mean tanks, armored fortifications The camp still has over 30,000 acres
1BCTStarfWriter( A and heavily dug areas. In other available to hunters and the camp
,. C:, pre-season "Hunter Day"scheduled words, they could do a real number on leadership,acting In conjunction with
'. ," !if' at the Camp Blanding a four-wheel drive." the Florida Game and Fresh Water
'. ", Wildlife Management Area One shell this reporter examinedwas Fish Commission, has recently open-
f/I.I. November 6 will be the first of Its kind one of the ed aned additional for
,
..r at the Florida National high-explosive types a 2,000 plus acres ,
,;. ty. Guard facili 105 millimeter shell, still Intact, lying bow-hunting only. .
Its on its side deep In the heavily forested "There is still plenty of good space
purpose, as explained by camp terrain of the impact site in the mid- to hunt in at the camp," Backus said.
representative and National Guard dle of the firing range. "I don't think anyone wW have any
,
Captian
Butch Redding. Is to "See the dent in the side of the shell reason to complain if they know the
familarize hunters with the 30,000 casing right here?" asked Guardsman dangers they, face If they tried to
acre facility and to began an expan- Steve Backus, a former Marine drive or walk through here."
EV lion of the' camp's campaign to and Vietnam veteran who accom- The U.S.Army's national ordinance
+'Irs!1: local become more "in contact" with the panied the reporter to the site. "Many testing center in Aberdeen has deter-
community. times we will leave old helicopter and mined that of any number of live :
"We're working to establish a better tank hulks old worn out pieces of shells used in a practice situation, a -
\\'t!! relationship with the surrounding equipment no-one can use anymore, minimum of five percent of those ac-
J-I; community and .we think this out in the target areas so gunner can tually fired will turn out to duds.
A J Y I Ir It If' Hunter's" Day will be a good starting have some fixed targets to aim their "This leaves roughly some 5,000
.-D Tr r h > point, Redding commented. "So guns and mortars at. This shell probably live and ptientlally dangerous shells
many local and area hunters use the hit the target on its aide and lying out in the woods that we can do
facility we thought it would be a good bounced all the way over here where very little about," Redding said.
Idea if we could get to know each its sitting right now. With so many "We've determined that it wouldn'tbe
other this a little better, We hope to hold shells coming in, its very hard if not practical to conduct a sweep to
Hunter's" Day each starting immpossible to find them all and '
November 6. completely clear an area the size of Please See...
The National Guard and
Florida this That's .
one. why we had to shut
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission this particular area down to hunting." DudsP
recently announced the closing of

8,000 acres of the camp which was .... ... ge 6
..
formerly opened to hunting becauseof -- .--------'------------ ,
the considerable danger from unex-
ploded shells or"duds"as the reserve
personell refer to them, lielng in the 1 NOTICE j jj
t hunting
areas of the camp.
"Some people don't realize the
sheer volume of high expolslve shellswe j j
have shot into this 8,000 acre dur- On page 8 of this week's TG&Y circular
ing our regular training operations 1 the prices on the Remington 30-06 and 1
here" Redding explained. Gunners 30-30 Cartridges were transposed. This 1
from various guard units have poured 1 is in error. It should read Remington 30- 1
over 80,000 shells onto the firing 1 06 cartridges for 7.68 and Remington 1
ranges here since last hunting season 1 30-30 for 5.99. Also, we failed to note 1
alone. Many of these shells are highly 1 that Cartridges are not available in all 1
explosive ....'105' millimeter and 40 1 TG&Y Family Centers. We regret this 1 1i
'calibre' shells: some of which date
f and inconvenience caused.
fx': s "! back to the later years of World War, i error any i "
, ue II. Old shells- used for training pur-
, poses can be highly dangerous In !
many situation..A slight impact, like 7f7family
'a hunter or a four-wheel drive vehicle'
driving by can set them off becausethe
firing pins are still attached.Even i centers iI iI i-.
a slight change In the outside
."';temperature can be a trigger on some I 1 1L
i of the older unstable sheila lying out I
-,' 'I in the woods.." --1
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The shells are
or rounds made up
... .. I'1: .... "' ...". ...of a mixture of standard, high ;f RI.DA.f' stCO JR; ,ii:$:
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'7"*.tialtt7a 3;.,..,.__' *. >. -' .- t'Vt&f: : explosive types as well as a par. '
samlwlf.I + a .t. 'r i ,? _., rtfc'ASlPhoto : :> # t s :'
? tlcularl dangerous type containing : W"cr" A 1 N 'tjY; Nn ,
by Mark FrUdlln ,
j white which
phosphorus
Booby trap... '. ? explodes into -
This unexploded 105 hewltxer shell here belag examined of the facility to hunters( this; ( season because' of a high con-" ,}I''I' I I off a ball of white hot flame when set NURSERY SPECIALS THIS WEEK

hy National Guardsman Steve Backs,could be a nasty .centrauon of dads like this ODe. ,,, }!r t= .
,prise for any hooters unlucky: enough to drive w walkover ,80m.of the shells found at the camp date from t the'late;: "These shells are used to destroy African Zebra
u.TheCamp. World War II era but could still be highly explosive., ,>. %<:, "hard" targets during a war-time Vegetable &

Blinding staff' was farced..close, MM acres// The facility will sponsor a "Hunter's. Day November'-.' f. situation. ,;,' Redding. I" said. "By"hard" Violets Annual Plants Plants

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In 4" In 6 In 3"

More Clay Pots Pots
'' Pack Trays
Paradethe i. i I, ,Reg. 13.29 Reg. '3.99
: froaj.... 7 9 c

new Homecoming Queen. Sadie McDiiffte;last y\sr'! Homecoming Queen,: 'Honor Society; Teresa Felton escorted oy Dewayne Tyson from the Science on Sale 279 Tray I on Sale 3JtrgyE \
was recognized and placed her crown on Miss Foburo M the! decision I .was announced. Club and Nancy Grider escorted by Philip Crews from the Spanish Honor Socley -
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Class Princesses' ana their e8c:0rta'aUhe, ceremonies. Thursday night.Included Grocery &. Variety ,Store S' for a deep l Hudson Sprayer '\0
: :UPHOLSTERY Green Lawn A'
.
Nannette ConWay and Johnnie Eat liam rk homo the Frertunan Class j Deanna OPEN 7am., ,,9"p.pI. 'ta'I "-.k, \\1 Y ... We Do: SEEP all winter SALEs

and Michelle Marcia Tomlinson Lynn Wattenon and John and Robert Jackson Warren. from Spites toe?;II Sophomore from. the Junior Class me WHO in B ./ :\. :All TypesdOf + : / Plant NOW!It f New Utility Model ', I
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UPHOLSTERING, r'f
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The QuMo'candidates and their escorts Incltaded:tJaa.A me BeD escorted! by Sewing Machine' f Polyethylene Tank
Levah A.JeuklDai.1ina Sue CaMeIa escorted by Dennis Paul Dunlap' Angela SALE No+v Is the time te_ 1 FPC Recemlllllld, 1111II Ugh Weights No. 60181
Fobnim escorted I uy Andrew Chaff Lars Jolwa eecottgd.by,Donald Green and A. ....., J h 5 la a .... pw1.000tq.lt
Michelle StIlwell escorted by Jason Bennett : rejuvenate your ( on lUMUhtd tiwni ind
... 10 to 12 .DM.. per 1.000
aq
Judges of the competition Thursday night Included Mrs.Betty Young)President F-:6: I FL' "tire iq. ft m bus gravnd. IVI h U d 3 0 n GaBon
of the Starke Woman's' Club; Mrs. Judy Becker*Bradford School. Board \ I. tv' I Utility 16 9 9
member and Mrs. Edytbe; Comb' Bradford High School teacher.' fI.1 ( '1 ,lb. 3ge50lb d lui Sprayer Rep.29.99

Club escorts and their sweethearts Included: ];
Dorothy Wilkinson escorted by Hiram Padgett from the'Annual Staff; Jules: 'ets. 1 No. 60182
Wise escorted by John Tinnier from the Bradford Historical Society; Leilanl; ". u 1399l 2 GaL 1.999
Simmons escorted by Michael Jolley from the Computor Club; LncreUa Bright l Rep. 33.991Ioo
escorted by Ben Strong from the VB1..AJ Deborah Moody escorted by Daniel : 4 Idt I es
Jordan from the FEA; Brena Skeen escorted by Carl Norman from the Jr. Upholstery Fabric' 25% off
FFA; Judy Strickland escorted by Craig Fatotreaux from the senior PTA; 'f
Josephine. Searcy escorted by Roger Jefferson from the FILL; LaTanya Tyson \", _,.'-- -gbbr for covering sofa '140
escorted by Sam Tyson,Jr.'from the Gospel Choir; Valarie Hamm escorted by Reg. '339 :'50'off We. ;lay -..
Anthony Williams from the JROTC K Ui Carver escorted by Richard BrasweU ; 'carpel. & Vinyl f
from the Key Club; Dawn Scott escorted,by Gerald Brown from the JVaUonal.Low RP4l. 498 t 100 off. OFF. I
.' Prkn Good Ihrx Novcrnbw. 30 Call for' Free Estimates I

-":income; families; can ;; Wnfor Wa Now Have JEANS by. "..: from .8.a.m. to 5 p.m.

-1 r Levi Lee; Maverick 964-5587

applying; ;,energy. .assistance' PIHEHURST GROCERY 13" Bow S'awI


ALLAHASSEELowIDcome.. out by late January 19M.
: STORE
Florida residents can begin applying The amount of energy assistance AND VARIETY I Below Dealer Cost! ,
for grants on November 1 from the checks will be determined after the i
Low-Income Home. Energy application period is over and aU applications SR '100 South'Starke
of have been processed.-
Assistance and Program.Rehabilitative Department, Service _n _. _._.__._._
Health ,
Professional Model No. 3700,features
559.99
The program authorized by ,Con- ( 3.7 cc engine with electronic sold state SP.ECIA.L
designed to help lowtnoome'families O' I : : TUESDAY Ignition and all position carburetor
and Individuals meet the cost countervlbe for smooth operation,
i .:'
of home energy. Assistance will be / e NoVEMSEIf-- automatic and manual oiling. 99
limited to acne-time; only payment to Beginning at 9 a.m. reversible bow wL tots than 14 IDS. 389
eligible households. The program to :.,
not a crisis program and does not pay. ................................
Monthly utility bills Plus! Get 1 Gallon of Bar Oil 2 Limited Supply I
of the program ;; '
HRS,,estimates'administrator'more. than 150,000' :DORIS'' TOT AM LOOK FREE with Saw Purchase I No Dealers Please

low-Income' household throughout, t t **..*.***.**.*****.********.****

the To state. qualify may apply Yor, tor, asalstancehoraeholdd aid. ;' ., '. New, : Expanded. r Facilities! at Doris; *'Hair Clinic) .

win have to meet Income, !
standards based on family size and '. '- v, .. "HEATOWAVE"j [
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total tulle Income for all household "
members*,Income limits are. $*& per '. e DORIS TOTAL LOOK' \,
Sunjtreim" features an optional use
The
month for an Individual, 1545 for two
persons SIIIt! for lour 1.105 for six; Jl A' _, r '( 1 I a offering excitteg neW ways to create ), bun to electric fan for fast even circulation
pits$140 for each additional person..: 4 y of warmth. Its fuel efficient smokeless
Deadline to apply ".Dec!. &eligible., : aK a e1P"-' .a totally unique took of you through:- ; -: j odorless potable.-IImovubll, fuel' tank. ;
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households Payment will based! vary on among differences-in: ,1 1f' ', E Safety testnd UL Listed

total household Income, fuel type, the + feii 1982 Price was 299.85
PresM
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to wi '' Design lftJ !
area of fhe Ht .
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