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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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.. A$2.8 million buy Into two new coal-fired power plants's'under ; ed by R.W. Beck.Co., and a base power supply.Stark -
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\t. stoners lain, limits at which the rate to the least expensive.
,t\ I 1 1. With the power buy, the city would'own the power and
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: {would pay nothing else. Engineers estimate the city wilt city can then use Its power plant generators to,
1 ,: j lave over the next IS years up to$2.5 million, compared market also ,' and its ability to buy power on the open
; '! :I to buying partial requirement electricity on the open to shave peaks thus keeping the amount of
"I' market. In other words, the buy out should be less than current supplied by FPL within certain limits. If the city'
Tt the city would pay for electricity. .. goes over or under a certain amount with FPL the price
"' $jl Mayor Jimmy Crosby with.consent of the council;InStructed goes up.Right.
5 1 '. ,; attorney Terry Brown to prepare documents as i now, for instance with weather so good that
f } NA t 'f t U the city to going into the deal, then if it decided not to main heat or air-conditioning Right the city's de
f ,,"I buy into the new plants, the contracts can be put in file to around 1.400 KW, and demand sinks,to_
I \ '' M. A vote on the plan to buy power from Seminole Elec aroundd$1,000 KW. Once last winter the city's demand
tric Cooperative and the Orlando Utilities Commission went too low and the FPL charge went up.
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4r .* ? U the agreement approved, the city will enter into a In other Tuesday Nov. 1, action the council:
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K ,0. $-1"IIf agreement with the Florida' Municipal Power
ItI p '!;Aa envy, which represents cities with power' plants. Voted to rebid the HUD project construction Job of
w,I'IIP4' would Issue, bonds for, the project. The cities building McCullum Street In the Reno section and ditch .
(i would In effect, own the shares; of the two new plants Improvements, F ft G Road Builders. Inc. of Bellevtew
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I ty .' a through FMPA. "'**' made a mistake In bidding and asked to be let out of the
: t i : Purpose of buying Into the new plants l to guarantee $33,835 contract said Commissioner Charles Schaefer.
Y+ ( (h i Merit* a base power source, !says Clerk Neil Tucker. 'New bids are due to be opened at the Nov. 15 meeting
project engineer Jim Lucas of Bessent, Ruckman *
a j" 1(4.(, ',9r Studies using all kinds scenarios of what might hap Hammock wrote the council.
P S'I : < altar power rates over the next IS years have been
I ; j .{Eo by the city's electrical engineering firm,,R.W.
i ." ft Association Orlando.. Engineer Nick Guar- .Discussed: adoption of a fair housing ordinance.Comi I
y. fx'tteilo,u888OcIatein R.W c Beck Co.said the best provjsotlons i missioner Schaefer said the city could lose as many aa I
>$ show the city saving! from $3 million. to $2.5 600 points from its new HUD project application. Mayor, ,
u IsWilllon through the power buy Crosby said the council brought the matter up and did
l \ Asked: by'Mayor Jimmy Crosby for his recommenda- not adopt It. Crosby said there was no objection: to attorney I
efNrPM Nw i'% i if lion, engineer Guarriello recommended buying half the, Terry Brown again distributing copies of the proposed
*.i roposed l.S megawatts (1,500 kilowatts) from Seminole ordinance for discussion Nov...15.
w rl VJH, No.> In Palatka and half from,Stanton Unit No.to '"That's a philosophical Issue we can debate hi two
.s ;l V I' ;ttsj built ta Orlando; Purpose the half and half buy to to weeks when we get the (proposed) ordinance," said

5. ; jerovida the city diversity and reliability In,its base Mayor Crosby.

-s ,l iwwer source, said Guarriello. .
r, 4 ; It would be cheaper to buy all 13 megawatts from Appointed Pat Welch to a 5-year term on the city'
t- i ;Snninoto which to dud to go into operation In January Recreation Board.

.... I. flOTS. Per KW cost"Qoes.up every time a new plant to
l .: built, and, the earlier completion. would make the Agreed to take up a proposed change in city law set
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+ + 'Jlandhnuar Woorand hying haori the tiara off aMnr $lMttheW\taare! ( reasonably expected: by Guarriello .. January 1. Mayor Crosby requested the change saying
'. !:!i kiq 41d wood."W' Mike !:dv:t ; ... give new mayor and new council member,
.: # ,- .marching. *ad at rJ i 'fik J.r.\ii'\ r.: Aar w4v f tittSo; 9'Omx3it'of (1 thft'thneiGwiiTlellotja4.1 ':tine to get nettled in before having to consider eoaamit- I' j
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consecutive tine Bet:. Oct. _amt tube flC.ldal' i; -.1'; .I iMVawatta come from one teeassignments.. Attorney Brown was instructed to
ay ? ,, which down the entire load would be lost. It to
Bandmaster's Association District Marching ,_.__ the ra.'OYer the buhw'7 Was the r f.plant( was draft the ordinance amendment for a Nov. 15 vote.
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'r..Uv.hd Florida Field to Gatoesvillei closing tone last year and seuaded .* geod that } '
;: Significant the fact that 25 ef the 72-member' Director WoodRja decided to open as the etostacoumber J t! same. time the engineer pointed out, Agreed to put second notices on utility accounts on
r.'w are tint mtrchtag band students..The band again this years .., 4 the new computer. Clerk Tucker said he doesn't care for \
has more year freshen aad sophomores than anything' There another marching festival to there 1. i Purpose of the buy,-which would cost the city some the wording but liked it better when be found the cost to
\ "'t $3.8 million over the next 30 years to to provide a base the
else. Wood/In points out. There are 1-12 Juniors weeks. the Northeast Florida Marching Festival change computer program to MOO.
and few seniors. at Forrest High In Jacksoavule The Jan festival' '" i' power supply!along power from FPL's St.Lucie No. 2 It was agreed to make the 27th of the month the begin- j
How a do more earn top ratings then?' "' ,;.to ".avlJywepte4, .''III..rebAn'Woo".y| ,,, ;,,, I ,UnIt:,a pan of which the city already owns.Once the two- Ding of cut-ofis. Bills are actually past due after the 21st.
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which to the woal:.est BUS point. So the BUS bad way power tie with FPLIa completed, and if the proposed It will take the computer about an hour to print the
"Theyrve.wurfred awfully bard." says Woodfln. twlll be. working hard., .M, marchtag for the next power buy goes through, the city- will have, some 600 second notices. It has several days
The proud: Tornado band I. In a rebuilding year, ;' :ferlwegk." : : ,; .' i guaranteed for electricity availability of about. 30 percent of its demand to manually type the list. The notices be mailed in
window
envelopes offering privacy. Post canto have
Wkh) the two-way tie for which plans are being finaliz- been used up to now.

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To be IMsciissed at Monday 7 p.me Workshop The annual Veteran's Day (Nov. 11) breakfast hosted by American
,, Legion Post 56 to honor comrades who have served In the Armed Forces of
,, ,' ,,,1 the country both fallen and living, to set Friday Nov. 11.

Vo-Tech'Dlrector David Smith la side of the FFA farm are expected to FFA;tarn;;, appeared 'at'tbs Oct 10 while not coming out and saying they Starke Mayor Jimmy Crosby officially declared Nov. 11 as Veteran's
"working hard":on an alternate sites' be present ,Nov 7 ,to object to the work session in opposition to having oppose the vo-tech plans gave the Impression Day by signing a proclamation. County Commission Chairman Lawrence
on the FT A farm for a proposed driving noise : : what they claimed would be a noisy they would rather not have Mosley signed the same proclamation Oct. 20.
Smith said he'd Lave the A breakfast for veterans and their families is set from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30:
/ range for the semi-truck driving: prefer to practice driving range near their the driving range on the school farm
class: _? driving range on the vo-tech campusin homes.They'd moved out in the country ,., property but both asked that money a.m. at the Legion Hall on Edwards Road. The public to Invited. Phone
A second public abiDa"oI the'proposed Starke but there to not nearly to get a way from the noise the from any trees cut for the range came 964-5278 the Chamber of Commerce office for reservations.At .
$250,000 driving range for the' eons ." "" mostly elderly residents pointed out, ,back to the Ag Dept. Hutchlns said the 10:30: a.m. the public invited gather at the Bradford County Courthouse -
I big trucks I to set at 7 p.m.' Monday. the large diesel engines and who'd have thought such a noisy :: elderly residents in the area should be for the ceremonial part of the veteran's Day activities. Post 56 In
Nov; 7, in the school board meeting< .being revved up to change gears was operation would be suggested for.the >taken into consideration when a site la program In the Bradford County area to participate in the
their colon and uniforms (if available) and with the
1 room. U will be strictly a workshop.' the' main factor cited by opposing school farm. chosen for the range. placing
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No decision on locating the driving residents at the Initial workshop Oct. The $250,000 to build the J driving The- ag instructors and Forester of a wreath at the lag pole by each.
,10. ; to David Norton estimated some $15,000'of Cooks for the breakfast are Judge George Pierce (Col. Ret.) BUI Wilson
\ nnoe will be made at the Nov. 7 range ;* grant: to the./Brad ordt -
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meeting, School. Board Chairman With the $250,000 iin hand to pave a school system from the state and the Umber would have to be cut from and Bob Adams. ; ". 'I.
r 'Rodney Hall baa declared. : driven for the Iar officials money can be used to place the rangeon the higher north side site. .
' : When'citizens living on the) north engine truck,, school any property owned by the school "We all got back there because we
t I"' .aide of the FPA farm, the first and. faced opposition Oct.' 10 to a plan by board,laid. .Sap,.Tom.Csiaey. I wanted to get a way from all this
i.. best site foe tho rang,objected to the Vo-Tech Director David Smith to 'VOteda.t: k !(noise and pollution off US-301). Now
Ii;, noise factor senH-tntcka: will :place the the range on the north per' J driving class instruct t they're trying to put it right under our
generate Supt7 i Tons,Casey asked Oon. of the school, agriculture farm. ton Al Fisher and Oscar Davis said noses. said Don Martin '
Director Smith to investigate putting An alternate site on the south aide of the school has 20 semi-trucks but that Mrs-McNeill asked "U all of you Good News Received by Starke Family...

the range on the south side of the FFA the FFA' farm I*, currently being no more than U would be used on the 'were out there 'would. you want U Good news was received by,the, family of (the Starke Marina who Is In
farm bordering Morgan Road ''studied: at the suggestion of SUpt.Tom school farm.The trucks would not run around you!" :.Lebanon, he to alive. "
"CR-_). The south side of the FFA Casey but opposition- .'expectedNov. over 35 to 40 miles per hour and muchof At that point, some hour'' Inter the Lance Cpl. Randolph (Randy) Blankenship a member of the U. S:
farm Is lower and will require more from residents: : on the Morgan the Instruction, such as backing Oct.i0 discussion Supt. Casey sug 'Marine peacekeeping force hi Lebanon to alive, well and working bard,
fill, plus Smith says hats having trouL'ble 'Road gide.' ..- .. would be done at Idling. speed Davis alternative be sought ,according to his slster-4n-tawj" Murley Blankenship.
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getting a baK-mlif rtralght-a-way, ns oldsiPa' $ 15 < .; Pltedin ag farm site. Casey The family finally made contact with the office of public affairs for the
spot with ;
Choosing a no opposition One -
where trucks can drift, gauf,, .to the goal. Only land area large'enough oxygen=uiih... a dher portable side' have drawn a plan for the for Oct.the Marines and found Randy was fine only to have Randy call' later. .the' same'day' '

Looking at the south aide and conferring for the truek.drtvhjg. ranfle IIi husband are conaMted"ahosVthenotoe '
17 Wbrk MNioa., and forward to
to looking
Needless to the family overjoyed eagerly
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with engineer Jerome Kelly, U the school system owned FFA farm, and say
pollution fNaia ke. truck..to..hauoU. 'Two criteria should be set, said Randy's return home In December. "*' ; ,.
appears construction' coato on the1'south some WO acres north of StarJutoffUS301 ':' Hall- ?
side are gotag to be prohibitive, bordering' Morgan Road Don Martin w leiwerksr'wtlh< diesel Board 1) Something Chairman should Rodney be done for the :{I i ,'. ," ..:,'I'.r' '

..Smith says f ; : (CR-233) 'on the south and running', engines! said duly to BMater at Ag Dept.fonts agreement to have thedriYinjr :t.. :. '.
t The can be Milt: on the southr nol'tb1'\ back of the Underwood low speeds "
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r 11 side, but thequertion to money,Smith : ....-- the sum..t !w ;--_ ....;' a) The range plan should be of al ; : r" .
r *", ... .l ? Mb*U OQ N'NA tithe Voctlonal-sjp'ir' saSi v tajetructors iJ .* 'd 'jJ
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!j ,,Ptuo, reaidenba'" :c osa/jk) the south. '- ';wMeU i iKrou, '-' *-) true. Paul Hute .. i "
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, ) ,, ... .. \ .,, f Stark1*Td Greenly participated In the,American invasion of

}'New hide us'qgsfinti' apsjesVaUona' > A mechjittto'at f erwiikiasr Motorsbefore ;,lhe price; of '* sas.. .' igdaM. : ", ear.r, 'Bowen, saying In police work the big #Grenada .and filvs. his. personal" 1 account.. : < "' '*.'.. .Wft I
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r asked Ior'U1r'te' notice car becoming poUce cnwf. Jimmy Only bid rXcShm,t LTm was' gest and strongest body Is needed.. \\1 ii.) .1r(',

Abe the JttwlC Policeman : Bowen mfmft Fora,cam. Bowen was ;.,'728. or *M7 fglluIiB. feel, Bowen Mid maintenance records e" ,' .... ,. .' .. "Yw
''Jepa" foist Ok* council maallnaj Tuesday; Ford owned bynyeeLok. MM IGID.: :show it casts mere to keen Fairmonts '
community Car C.n5ea... ,$L '
....... =," "Era night. He ran Into a road block In buy- eke. 'on the road,,'they stay In the shop Bay ""r.as z.'s-: "
,Comm........... ire the new police cars Oct. la, when more. Dower, said the best perfor-I 4 A new day,care center In Stark sp clall. >.s In tare of''lower I In- '

... d the Safety C mmltt ,-''sald \ i Veruou filllflnsTof It:" ?s.sent tlntag manse JM. been by the one LTD on ;eom* working, p* pl*. t/> }f-! (
of U.. winowttlUa tion had' 1M' ......... arch L bW. QIW the rrice of the LTD Crown View ., .
MSt.: ... the Crown I sheet .asenaasag tortofftk..inset a few hundred more than .\I. '?: ; ', ,

,, ,W ek;, The not caD The :city! : baa uMcFm'dabe'.FordF the .rr the r"O'd,,the chief said.Blgas "" .. ",'" l.:) '" fI, ,.'.. '.. ",. ,.
specaMSa ture u'd cars., 'After, dtocussion : Rri ., .JI t! '
tee a qy "e long Now fs.: \, ,' ,, \ V..I\ooll ,. i>t.
.' 'bet 'list 'equipment tsar ,a 'JIOU"e Oct, it,: turned the matter' i 'teeon mended getting priceson The latest news items from the court. systems for Union. Clays
,There" tItIi sttiryu ;over to. Committee, with in-' snMUftr oars, but said the Crown < '
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Terwillegar Wins Bid for Rescue Truc? : I


Terwillegar Motor was successful' quick response fire truck said Chap- $900 under on the other.special: <:; x-.1\1)discount\):V ,.

.. 4.N bidder on two one-ton Ford truck man. Terwillegar got a
chassis Bradford County I* buyingone "What happened to the Forest Ser- offered governmental agencies Th' .
..3,' v f to be used as a replacement for a' vice offer/' asked Commissioner Telegraph( has been told. ;;
rescue unit, one to be used as a quick'' 'Homer Hart. '
: response fire truck.Terwillegar "It Just came back Into the picture- Emergency .jurvlces Director Cliff
:ii bid 19,645<< for a 460 cu. strong said Commissioner Carter, Chapman warned the commission It,;
: i Inch V-s F-350 Including air chairman of the Fire Committee.The will cost $8,250 or more to have the
condltlottlng for the chassis to be usedas rescue body transferred to the new;
a rescue unit.The low bid of$8,883 Forestry Service has offered to chassis, a cost the commission hadn't
was for an F-350 chassis 'with ''a build a pumper tank and Install it on figured on but has little choice about.
4peed transmission and a power the quick response truck for $3,000. Chapman was asked to get the beat.
take-off to be used as a tire truck. Commissioners have been looking for price possible.
an alternative since firemen' fromTheressav
1 Terwillegar was almost' '41,000 which'has a truck con- -
under Brown Ford Co of Tifton, Ga. verted by the Division of Forestry, Emergency One in Ocala 8Dteci. .
only other bidder\

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Academic Competition...
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row. steve Marshall Juice wi.e. John iimier.
The newly formed tllgh-Q Team at Bradford High Is Back row-Cathl Roach.Joelle Innocent. Lisa! Blalock; ;
(l-r): Lori Snow, and Michael Davie. '
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BBS: High-Q Team Wins First MatchBradford Healer Thermolalre119'OQ


High's new academic competition team, wonders of the world. i
called the High-Q Team has won Its first match of the Cathl Roach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. KennethRoach 17995 Heater
season, the varsity handling Baker High 168-46 and the of Starke.transferred to BUS from Stanton High '
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junior varsity winning 231-133 In Macclenny last Thurs In Jacksonville last year. She scored 1,420 of a possible $'
day Oct. 27. 1,450 points on the Scholastic Aptitude Test and Is the 2'1 gOO'
Next match is set today (Thursday. Nov. 3) at 4 p.m. most experienced team member after being on the TU-160
at home against Union High. Stanton Brain Brawl team.
High-Q team competition is similar to the Brain Lorie Snow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Timothy W..
Brawl seen on television, with academic teams com-: Crews of Graham, is knowlegeable in football and
peting In different areas. A 19-team North' Florida sports. '
High-Q Conference has been organized Into three divisions Steve Manhall,'son of Mrs. Catherine Cromnity'of 01. WeHaveNMeHohie
according to BUS Instructor Stanley Crawford, Lawtey, Is a state capitol freak. I ,
who is coaching the High-Q team here. Joelle Innocent,daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Innocent Furnace
BHS is in the Central Division with Baker High, of Hampton, is the trivia knowledge expert and. or rr ;
Union High, Milliard, West Nassau, and Interlachen. the foreign knowledge expert. -
BBS will meet each team twice, at home and away John Tinsler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lesly Walker of Wall/ Furnace:
Lawtey, knows a lot about American history. _
When the division champions have been determined Freshman Sean Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeCardln for ,Your'Home. ',
a double elimination tournament will follow to select of Hampton is good in math. :. TU-280
which of the three teams will be the conference cham- Shaun Schmidt, a freshman and son of Mr and Mrs.
pion. John Schmidt of Starke is knowledgable in science. .
The conference extends north to Hilliard, south to Lisa Blalock, daughter of Mrs. Sheila Wilkinson of .
Cross City, and to Flagler Palm Coast High on the east Lawtey and Wayne Wilkinson of Starke, Is sharp in .'I "", .;-, .
coast. English history and Shakespeare. "I just like it," says -; :'\'. ....oJ. ., :
Instructor/coach Crawford is high on the Lisa, a freshman who reads all the Shakespeare she, : ', TU-400
possibilities of his first High-Q team at BHS. Throughthe can get her hands on. T THINK '
11-team members make up a good cross section of Steve Akridge, son of Mr.and Mrs. Emmett Akridge EB 1'-1'.
the academic fields,there were too few for Crawford to of Starke, is good in science and math.. We Want More
have to cut anybody. The team has five freshmen, a Michael Davie, freshman son of Mr. and Mrsj .
junior and five seniors. Richard Davie of Starke, Is good science. Satisfied Customers
Team members are: The six upper classmen form the BHS varsity.team.
Julee Wise daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Wallace Wise The five freshmen are the Junior; varsity. In a match.
of Starke. Juice Is the team's expert: In art and muale,.,- JI! the JV has two 10-mlnute bounds and the! varsity twaisminute .r t .
Is knowledgeable In the.humantities,and. the ancient h rounds..r'r'.f i ;{ I; .. ;: :*-..-... y
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For Your Holiday Entertaining
Commodities totaling 18,084pounds Speedville Thurs., Nova, Plea-
will be distributed to clients by the sant Grove Baptist Church, 830430.: f:'"
Suwannee River Economic Council at Brooker Thurs., Nov. 3, Com- Choose Now. r Sit.
five distribution sites In Bradford munity Center, 10 a.m. to 4:30.: .
County, Thursday and Friday, Nov.. Hampton Thurs., Fri.. Nov. 3-4,
H. City Hall, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 'While We 'Have A Large Selection H; .
Included'in distribution will be 'Lawtey Thurs., Fr!., Nov. 3-4, :
4,280pounds of Cheddar cheese, 8,804 Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), I'\ 1ft .
pounds of butter, and 5,200 pounds of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
meal. This will be the first time that Clients automatically qualify for ''f ,
meal has been distributed. commodities if they are head of the M i ." ,j.. ." .' .
Each eligible will receive : '
family house and draw 551, AFDC, Food :
two 2-lb. blocks of cheese; one 5-lb. Stamps, or have a current unemployment .:,
sack of meal; and butter according to card. Proof must be shown of gipI'-4I Table & 4 Side Chairs
size of family. above. Households applying must China : J
The SREC is using the first day of also fall under the 13096 poverty level. I, l'. .
distribution each' month for the
Identification must be shown at .1
physically handicapped and those each distribution point, and no notesto ;,..
over 60 years of age who meet the pick up for anyone else will be ac 11:
guidelines. This day Is to help those Outreach workers are L ;
who cannot stand for long periods of delivering commodities to home- ,.
time. Clients who are not handicapped bound clients who are bedridden. If
or over age 60 are asked to wait more information is needed on home J
for the regular distribution days, delivery, call 964-6696 to make ap- t,
since they will NOT be served on the plication. t.
special distribution date. Clients are asked to use the
Thurs.,Nov. 3 (special distribution) distribution site that has been
RUE Gym, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. designated for them. No client will be
Fri., Nov. 4 (regular distribution) served at more.than one site. "
RJE Gym 8:30 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. S .

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netted second round of Insurance bids Commissioner Carter admits that choice but to Increase premiums to
sion the Bradford County Commis might be the county's problem since recoup losses, ftoberts pointed out.
no new bidders Oct. 26, and still the county has been through The Bradford school ,.board after
dissatisfied with the price of health insurance Metropolitan and Blue Cross Blue getting too few bids! went self-Insured
and still searching for a less Shield before Life Investors had the through a program offered by the
expensive
solution. low bid last year. educational consortium based in Putnam
Meanwhile, county employees are The City of Starke.for instance, has County. Schooi employee, just
1f paying the 40 percent increase in stuck with Blue Cross Blue Shield. for health insurance, coverage Is
rates to Life Investors, the currentcara'ler Only BC-BS
and the Florida $44,07, dependent coverage Is $77.03
on a month-to-month basis Municipal Health Insurance Group, a and family cost is $121.10. The schoolpackage
while the commission continues to group of cities and counties banded also Includes- dental
search for better rates. together to go self-Insured, bid on the coverage and life Insurance, but the
f former Rates city's health insurance package. prices listed are Just for health
: Despite a 27 percent rate Increase, coverage. The policy does include 80
Ufe Emp. Family the city stayed with BC-BS on an 80/20 percent coverage on drug prescrip-
r Investors "' 3.88 "9.02 with$200 deductible policy. Rate for a tions, with no deductible which is included
01'martles.: ... New Rates city employee is $52.98 and for depen- in the health Insurance prices
.Second row- Sandra Green, Jody Brown, Scott Dun Blue Cross 78.88 223.00 dent coverage $104.78, or total family quoted.The .
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stralght-A students at BMS are OI-r1 can Patricia. Parado. '? Life Investors 81.11 180.1 cost of $157.76.Doubt school policy Is for 80/20
Tonya First Klein.row- Yvonne Bobo, Jason, Brown. Holly Shields.Back ">* Robert. Thorpe\ Richie, Taylor:. and. 'Andre ,[ Starke, BC-RS '$52.98 159.78 about the financial stability coverage, has a $200 deductible, and a
r wy Brantley.' /."'" Sch. Rd., self-Ins. "' ..07 121.10 of The Florida Municipal Health In- $2,000 stop-loss coverage.The .
Life Investors surance Group was raised by insurance school policy is backed by an
Richard represented Dy consultant Roberts. If the umbrella policy with Lloyd's of Lon--
Roberts Insurance Co., kept group ran out of money because of ex don to protect'against catastrophic
f Its
e: 11 BMS Students Make Straight "'A'sEleven ; $61.11 prices for the employee same as and offered$99.10 Oct.for 6, cessive claims it would have no losses.CARPET.

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students at Bradford Middle Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke. Denise Tetstone, David ; Llsi been paying Life Investors $43.68 for
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chool, or 1.3 percent of the' Tricia Parado; .daughter of Mr. Tierney, Joy Vellenga George Water employee and $69.02 for dependent
5-member student body, earned and Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton son, Allen Wood, Randy Wood;..ent"M coverage, but that contract expired S
itraight-A's tor the first six-week \H\\ ';;!nlf r;Woods, Julie Workman} Oct. 1.The. I I
ading period which ended Oct. 8. Le.HollyShieida'dbughletof; {! Mrl and[; Wy!v% r..m. Zurfluh > county asked for 80/20 s
Scott Duncan was only sixth grader Mrs. Warren Stephenson of Starks!'! ;": ... nres4f coverage with a deductible of $250 in .
make traight-A's the first six" and Bill Sheilds pftyishville! TNT: ;ijt i : \ the latest bidding.
I eeks. Jennifer Brown, a member of ";' :Seventh+ Grade Patricia' : : Blue Cross Blue Shield, only other CLEANED
he triplets of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sixth Grader. ..,' |:*j|;;' :l'angaJlaaBass,Shawna Blom, Marcia. company to bid, offered prices for !
I Irown pointed out that she made one Scott Duncan,"awn' j'of:Mr; add MrS.v;''f Brotyn;'';jCoretha,, Danlelsr"-Thomas $100 deductible at $78.68 for
3 and brother Jason had aU-A's, beg Jim Duncan. pf ke.:1: >* Ff; Durban', Khn Dukes|' employees and $144.32 for dependent I I
honest and straightening out the It" r,'i4 :;rtJuSopetguson! Ken) Fillyaw, Mitch: Coverage, a total of $223 per month $1095
MS stafj which' ,had her on the all-A ml"Ul.1t.t !i:(;gray*jstanley Grlffia.;Alisha Gruen,I; compared to $160.21 for Life In !
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stl: t 'I A-B Honor Roll... I'Carlo'[ Haley, Bill Hamilton, Christ!* vestors.. I THIS WEEK,
t 130'More BMS students, or 16 per- Barrel County employees are unhappy
Renee
Hewett Karen i
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ent of the'student body*' earned \, .tl Hodges, Julie Jackson, Toni };'> with the claim service of Life Investors .
laces on the A-B honor roll,meaning Eighth'Ofraddp.K| I Austin Johnson, Marvin Lane Karen.. ,however,and commissioners I any living room and 'hall 1
Catherine f Autry: "Erjkaj*anks. Ber-, ? ;
hey earned communicated '
no grade lower than a B. 'Larsen 'Richard LeNeave that to agent Richard I
; Tim (
nado Baef Mike BarbeHljonnieBenson : ; Regardless of Room Size)
is : ; Lewis, Jared Metcalf, Selina NorJ Roberts last week. Roberts did not II
The s l t s* students are: 'Kevin BlankeMfehipt Robert jnanvPeggy deny the problems but said he will WITH
Petteway Kristin Plan
'' Boone Daniel:Brpnsort,,JMon) Brown: work with the employees to resolve PRESENTATION ANY LIVING ROOM |
Eight grade:, Kim Burch, Charigma,8atlr, Jmes nfgertTangela Plttman,Allen Porter each problem. I or THIS AD DINING ROOM (or dinIng -
Carver, Dale;pamelatlA!} m MelindaPgwe1L Elizabeth Rowel) area) and HALL I
-JasoitBrdwn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark. ?'Suzanne Snpp,Karen Schafcr, Carrie}: Commissioners were shocked when I CLEANED( '
a larvin >{frown of Starke. I SLacherotv,Sheryl '.Crlwditketcia Conway.KJimi f : (( jhvis'l5cott\\Crawford Shaw, Barbara Smith, Noy Srlvibul k:, nobody new bid on the health in- I of else) R-eUd'.j
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Sondra Green,daughter of Mr.and Sheila Stewart P Thornton,Jamie? surance. .
Douglas; \Mfejtosaj Edenfi@id" Cassandra "That's all?" I' ,2995
Irs. DeRttch Green of Brooker. Whitehead, Tina Willingham, Shan- questioned Commis- I I
Jody Crown.- son of Mr.. nd-;Mrs//'' FiBher.fTbdd'GtllcW ters, india' 'eu. .I S I! sioner. Maxie Carter Jr."That's ,TffldTWEEK ONLY 1
Geiger, Vicky Gooddwns I
arvin $}! rown of Starve. ; Minday'Hersey it, said CPA Pat Farnsworth -,
I -Richi Penny Hsieh, Clifford Ivey who opened the bids. The
[ Taylor,son of Mrs/Carolyn .1 above prices represent 3
'aylor al.Stirke. ,f. ,. '. Malachi Jenkins, Ricky Kimtitis,.' ., Sixth .Grade; Christmas,.Barton.it "I ain't hardly believing this," I a chemical cleaning{
-RobertThorpe: ; ,son "j',Mr: ;and. Esther Martin, Sherry Mattox, Lisa Teresa Bassett Link Bishop, DyanaX retorted Carter. I process for lightly soiled I
Irs. Robert Thorpe of Starke.' Mosley,Gene Murphy Gene Norman, Crawford, Jason Crawford, Gayle > After the meeting commissioners carpets. The prices below
1 Stephanie O'Steen, Kenneth Owens, Douglas, David Dunlap, Aimee< discussed what can be done to get _I. represent a combination 1
Seventh Grade; Eric Packham, Chanda Padgett, Ferguson, Jeff Foster, Jason Hersey,, more insurance companies to offer cleaning of chemicals I
and steam 5
Randall Polk, Chris Powell, MelissaPi I extraction for
the
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.r Eva, Hodge, Kevin Krack; Valeria I i county health coverage.'Options.
Yvonne Bobo,daughter of Mr.and carpets with abova
An. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Ice, Chad, Reddish',,pawn Robin.,( Krack;; ten Looney, Beth McKinney: 1 discussed Included offering a three- ageuso. aver- |
Lora ;TamaVa ;
son Sapp Sapp, March .
and insurance
contract
Audra Bobbijoe Melton, Wayne Patrick' year inviting
Brantley daughter of Mr. j I I
Searcy, Joseph Sellers, Michael Shana Schmitt, Steven Thornton, companies to meet with county officials -
I nd Mrs Gerald Brantley of Starke. Lyn
Shine Kirby Smith,Lanette WHOLE HOUSE
Starling, Wartabaugh, Terry WhItehead, Kevin about why they don't want to SPECIAL :2 I
Tonya Klein, daughter of Mr and
1 : : : ,t.Sabrina Starling, Rosalyn Taylor
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bid and what kind
Wimpy. of package might Living Room.Hall I Room,
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I However, .Clerk; .Gib Brown: laid ,. ,t' .. I
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V.--. .Wednesday morning"Nov. 2,' that i;, : $4995'b'b'r, '95 t "
can _t ,aldartiilialn} _.y' 1. ... .IJ..l I 59' :1t, ,
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I First pectin auction; of the fall hit t-' are needud/they;: i-Il 'b: "t', guyfr4 nustI4m: licensed;4nd'JViUJ tft>nded. <%f 'Information. I CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT I
Jlov.17 at the State Farmer's. Market The Nov. 17'auction will begin at l'?, byvthe ,.,"Florida 'Department', of'i I ?One thing hurting the county in its
! on U8-3011JOrth in Starke. p.m. Pecans must be weighed in bet-f Agriculture' OP pay cash,;Checks will !f r. effort to get !better health insurance I OPEN SATURDAY I t tI
ween 8 a.m. and noon! Grower are be mailed to growers .the Monday rates in a bad loss ratio. The county
.Only orAauction,i IS planned at present asked to .use cloth bags, not .trash; 'f9Uowlng the au tion.L :; has been hurt by claims from an (aUiolR..n.et 1
according to Market ManagerBob bags or paper bags;Pecans should be, ;.All. cash buyers must : $2&-' employee who suffered a nervous I OwartNit**.C..p.I Cbaning*dye Co. ,
Allen.;A light crop is expected separated? by 'Variety*'so,alt can be' 'Cash deposit which! will be creed to.< breakdown '
Allen saJIII.end,a .decision /to hold i weighed at on..ume..A11en says. A. ? a.purchase, successfulbidder fai1-,,<; :;George Roberts, insurance consul- I f
more auctions will wait until after he A market fee of one cent per poundwill ing to claim his purchase will forfeit "taht for the county, advised the commission ,3.32-1700
Bees. what happens Nov. 17. If more be charged.\pn all pecans handled. r,4be deposit. ., to stick with Life Investorsfor I .I
:a i ", r i ::1I ', AS 1913LIVlrJQ
r JI ,j; .; \ three years. Insurance companiesdon't I .
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I iStarke School News like customers who switch .' I II ROOM
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:CommunltYu port enabled SES to ings which are sponsored''Q'jtf' it'''by"V '; the' '*' Hewetl Johnny Gunter, Timmy. 2 di+5' s

a successful carnival for its parent organization each year. Tam> Kirkland, and Sharon Wilson. THI BRADFORD
children at the fairgrounds. my Starling sold,the most tickets and.,K f:FJfth;: tade..; ticket sale., .leaders COUNTY TELEGRAPH II
Ticket Sales...; won a $25 cash prize. ""% J* were' Timothy Weeks,*" Carla Published every Thursday II II I
Fourth grade ticket sale leadershave Stephens, Tracy DeVoe and Dawn This mp'thpd includes Bo.thsMem'lcoil
Tickets: were-. sold for the cash drawwerer! Marley' Sellers, Andrea McFarlane. at 135 W. Call Street ancj sieam-cleaning.
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:,,Home Suwannee WeatherizaUon River Economic Program.Council,fac: Is now taking, applications for a twy 16W/4, Weldon, W 964-6971 I Starke, Florida I
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". Pastor George Watson and scription Rates:
.:.uyone'lnterested Is e 96-4-3696 or come to the Community. The Congregation Invites You to '"' $In-trad area: $10.00 per year -------{ rrsrr

.:Outreach,Center at 136 N. Tempe.Ave,next door! to the.courthouse.J1' Come and Worship With Us I I $5.50 six months

Sunday . . . 10 AMMMrtM
The WeatherizaUon Program aids low Income persons, particularly athe wwsMp" .'.,,. . . .11 AM Outside'/ area: $11 l
elderly and handicapped. Funds are provided to install insulation win- EwIl BBUiUe .. . . . .. 7PM per year I HODGESHARDW
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5'bows caulking and weather stripping, plus other Improvements to reduce' Wednesday WonMa . . 7:3IPM $6.00 six months
'heat joss and to conserve '
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"'' Teacher;Elected to Education'Post.> .. r""
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fI.,i I.Jo Anna f lallman,Bradford High School Foreign LanguaFge teacher,has ARE
Ii been elected secretary-treasurer of the American Association of Teachers. '
i;: of Spanish and Portuguese. ><< -:; .' p,.. ':; ,; ULTRABOIMICPORTABLE

;' Serving'*tw -year'term from 1985-81.'MrI.IIa1;' will'be Involved: in 5 ELECTRONIC TYPEWRITER 964-8182

,many activities of the Association and will assume a major role In the planning '
and implementation of the State Students Spanish Contest in the Spring ;; 7' CORRECTION.
"'*" ; < : 'YV ITH ONE-xOtTCH.MEMOIdY This Week's Specials
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year.. *,'")-. >, J and takes
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w that never,e'ndsYn'' ; :Nk<{ '",.,",.bfferhope.' ', i ;." ,' .r".cite"): .,Congress passed a proclamation

Cumenlarydes: ril" it as Until successful' 1 &hcrapi .. can +' declaring November,'983,
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You May Save the, Life, C f Li that kills'>,two people." be found however doctors Can I as Alzheimer's Disease Awareness' ,
i Month, but just as, important as
more' than; two; million only encourage patients and families '
and is the fourth lead- to ''iarn to cope with the awareness.are research funds,

Of A Child! \, of death in the U.S. Yet. disease. U.S.Rep.Claude Pepper chairman .

.', ',"" s," had never even heard Many families have banded together of the House Rules Committee ,
: ; ),0' recently. another share and former chairman its
Child abuse is not a pleasant topic, but Health and Rehabilitative Services Alzheimer's to help one testified '
Disease. the burden that the illness imposes, Select Committee on Aging, -
it is one of ever-increasing importance, District: III, and the State of Florida, and the cure both

and one that will not just go away by ig- covering 16 counties in this North Cen-. ; ,but its are; are -- ,
consequences
noring it. tral Florida area, all too welt. '

Last year, in Florida alone, an Mrs. Betty Young, of Starke, has been People"l. lly, Alzheimer's-' '>t:results

unbelievably high total of 45,704 cases of selected as County Service Coordinatorand deterioration of those '.

child abuse and neglect were reported.One is responsible for implementationof the brain that cooTdmut i

of the most startling things about the project in Bradford County. and thought and memtvy': /.

this figure is that many authorities The first six priority areas to be ad- stages of the'disea<<4 1 s"

believe that only one in every four cases dressed under this are: by forgetfulness But that's ,
of child abuse and neglect is reported. If program tip of the iceberg. In ..)n-. I

true, that would mean a total of almost 1. Increasing public awareness and violence, loss of speech,

200,000 such cases in Florida annually.A understanding about child abuse and mately, death.are other

truly staggering figure. neglect, encouraging reporting of all : of the disease.,

such incidents; and helping'' the public : experts may not know

become aware that child abuse can and Alzheimer's,they know

i/it!)) must be prevented.' about what it is not. Jt '

2. Coordinating education of professionals -' f a natural part of the

'!'II ., who work with families awl, It is not caused by
"If. \ ; hardening of the arteries
children. ) ,:, or a stroke

s : 3. Developing education{ materials'for' although both of these frequently:, .
: 'It' result in similar .
those
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childi on which will encourage them tp ''I a:i of Alzheimer's Disease. It'is'liot ,and to draw support and consolation recently that the current $20 I
..PI seek help and to break the abuse! cycle. i. from knowing that they are '
... I ) depression, but those who have it million annual appropriation for
,' .. 4. Developing materials\ on child : ", I' v may-and often do-become de not alone in their ordeal.. The Alzheimer research should be. at I

1 w'. Ilil i.1l! \ abuse for use in parenting education' I .- ""f'' ", pressed. And it is not eommuhf Alzheimer's Disease and Related least dou..ted next year." '

..., .. \ Disorders Assoc ation,founded in
A programs :" .alt ) (: I. ', If that seems like a lot of money,
un /.. 197V' has than 80
{ now more chap-
: is. Although the disease way discovered -
5. Coordinating support services for think for a moment of the mother
Q 'll C families, and providing resource Yi'... 'a.; in 19Q7, relatively,little ten across the U.S. providing information who no longer talks to anyone and

materials. :!. : progress was made in its diagnosis counseling and supportto recognizes no one. Think of the

',.,ass'-:" ; ;: or treatment until just recently. Alzheimer 'patients and their brother who can't write checks,.
Other statistics indicate there are ap- 6. Working within health t>services to c',4 1"r.i --it u' For some time it was! thought' that families For) further information,
'make change, or add simple fig-
proximately 2,000 deaths from identify high-risk families and developer ., 360>North Michi- .
per year : J \t:: true diagnosis could not be madeuntil contact ADRDA, Think of the husband
physical abuse in the United States. In- ing programs to meet their needs to prevent -* ,I ; gan Avenue. Chicago IL 60601, ures at all.
abuse and '!,.. ,; .; ; ; after death when the brain'' who spends three hours shaving.
tensified and detection neglect. .
prevention / CD1ADRDA's\ toll-free
or phone
;if' .' '. ';',n f\\ '; I could be examined for degenera And think of the victim ofAlzheimer's
methods needed insure the ,
are to safety number 18006210379.)
interested in additional j fnforw, OI! ,(.J '', : turn Now however with :
Anyone : .: : :; the Usq who said of the
and of children while March'of
security our grow- ., In 'this
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ing to maturity. mation, or wishing to volunteer to help ) $ and PET scans the first and Human Services disease:"You look inside your mind
Secretary
with the CAPP program is urged to con: ',?a ; observing the degree of physical and see nothing but black"" ;
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The Child Abuse Prevention Project -, / : : change the Margaret Heckler announced the
tact Mrs. Young .at 964-7525. ; > in brain, the, second terror of
(CAPP) was funded through special .' !/i studying metabolic changes creation of a task force to pro- When we imagine the

legislation to implement programs If you.suspect any instance of child' .;:>. determination is made easier mole.and coordinate Alzheimer's that, no amount of. money' seems I

designed to prevent child abuse and abuse or neglect please call your local ,: : "a :' There have been other break research. "Every breakthrough we' toomuch. .'I'n .

i neglect in our state. It is a University of HRS office or the Abuse Hot Line ", : .h'r. .: throughs as well. New.clinical tnsirumt achieve is a step toward the reunit- I
t Florida Department of Pediatrics Program 1-800-342-9152. YOU MAY SAVE TUFT'.wi\, :.;';: 'nts and mental performance ing of families and friends,the lift (Cyril "Cy"Brickfield is the executive -

sponsored bv the Department of LIFE OF A CHILD. ':*; ;.rj t 'jl.f measures are being uloCSl.by doctors ing of a veil of confusion and isolation director of the American Association '

"". :.' (( to iissess!:; !and track Ihe..;iages l from American) who deserve of Retired Persons' ;' in '

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fight for the Democratic presidential speculate about but far too nebulous at J .' ", '. '

nomination was injected this week with this point to offer any cwcKtsivf clues; ,. :With fall already, i'r", and winter lurk, J'elultll ,from the, mulch' keeping ground jto foliage and branches. Bui,'If the'roots
the announcement of Rev. Jesse as to who will b the next President ing in the wings we all fare the gloomy heat in the ground away from leaves and "
Jackson that he was "officially" in the prpspptts of ,plummeting temperatures brant'hes. So, if a brief, overnight freeze is are frozen, you may lose the entire plant.To .
race. Political observers predict that and/or Vice President of the UnifrjStates. ; and simring,,' costs And, that'I just for forecast you might want to pull) the mulch briefly review these cold protection

.1|: openers Garden hobbyists must also antiQlpntn bade from your plants. But, longer periodsof suggestions, remember that' the most
his entry may cause almost as much' Other factors! ,I hat could affect'. the the increasing hazard of cold very cold weather are a different mat- widely used method is plain old heat.
dissension
among black leaders as it damage to llieir tender ornamentals. It'.a Cover plants with and
protective coverings
will white leaders Democratic nomination may be the potshots perennial but not necessarily disastrous
among of the heat.with ordinary light bulbs. ,
Democratic Party. : Mondale and Glenn are taking: at problem if yiu're prepared to take pr-rtec ''If You Value Your Plants pbvjously\
each other if their sniping continue:' tive action whenever frost or freeze warnings you can't cover and heat your whole land:
Jackson's ambitions were doubtless and, believe it or not even the Glenn- are issued. Plan for Cold Protection scape. But this is usually practical way

buoyed by a recent ABC news poll Indicating centered movie, "The Right Stuff" You may have heard about many waysto to protect And your most cold-vulnerable

that 45 percent of potential which could hurt the astronaut: insteadof protect ornamentals from cold. Of ter If you expect If to get so cold that the for plants.protecting, remember plant roots that during mulch periods is good of
black Democratic primary voters say nurse, commercial-producers of land tops of the plants may be killed regardlessof cold
weather.
helping him, depending on the public' But, for an overnight cold
they would vote for the 42-year-old reaction. Glenn is trying hard to build. : scape other'method plant .tine However heating, heating more than can any pre- what you do,leave the mulch in place. It snap of lust a few hours,it might be betterto
black candidate while percent said may hold enough ground heat to keep the pull the mulch back from the plants, so
his image as an astute statesman rather sent some problems for garden hobbyists plant roots from being frozen. A plant may that radiated
ground heat the
they would support labor-backed than be remembered m iinly as an or- trying., protect large plants growing in come back from considerable cold damage folia/ *e. can I.protect ,
former Vice President Walter Mondale biting heio. Even those American who the 'open| Still, wherever practical, the .
who ran a close second in the Florida best way to protect home plantings from
like the movie conclude they need
may freezing temperatures IS to heat them with
Democratic straw ballot last week to 1 1"8 glamour aod ore} nbstance: in the an' ordinary light bulb, under a 'sheet, ,'- f Letters* I
the surprise of many Sunshine State White House, especially'after; three. ..plastic or some simila" covering

politicoes.This years of Hollywood histrionics Even If you don't; use a light bulb or other
.
and other signs of mass heat source, you can reduce the amount of
including early returns in''a support crucial I At this early stage. of the campaignthe cold Injury your' plants will suffer by Cooperation of 1\10"1 Parents Needed in School Acclivities I
national news media is putting itself covering them. Coverings will help keep
fund-raising drive that a key Jackson out on a limb in virtually ignoring all, plants from cooking off as fast as they To the Starke Elementary carnival committee
aide described a:' "very, very good," Democratic contenders except Mondaleand would' otherwise. And, if the coverings and volunteers,.thank you all so Our children spend the first six years of
were matched by growing numbers of Glenn who they early-on annointed reach the ground, they can help make better very much for making the carnival what it their schooling here. Shouldn't they have
prominent blacks including substantial use of ground heat. Surprising as it was. 1 could see that it took some limo and something more to remember? .We as
numbers of black as front runners. The race is not alwaysto may seem, covering a plant also helps pre hard work that a lot of us fall to give As parents, should be doing more to put spirit
congressmen and the swift, and dark horses have a way vent cold damage by providing shade durIng the old saying goes, "There's always a In Starke Elementary, and make learning
mayors, who are said to be supporting of suddenly turning bright with the the day. If a plant has frozen it will faithful few." I for one have been saying more fun and exciting for our children.I .

his candidacy.Margaret change of events in this tenuous World of 'thaw out more slowly If it's under'shade Starke Elementary has no school spirit, would also like to take this opportunity
Bush Wilson chairwomanof Rev. Jackson's candidacy isjust This results in less serious rold Injury yet we still do nothing to help. I devoted a to thank the administration and cafeteria
,
politics. However, tnt'lpltA' of 'these benefits, little over an hour to the Country Store and staff for the monthly school menu great
the
nation's could
largest civil of factors that help
organization one many
covering a plant without additional heat is enjoyed doing it, but the other two ideal
the NAACP, has given her blessing turn things around before the Presidential primarily a method of providing: protection volunteers spent all evening in that booth. So come on parents let's help Starke

to Jackson, putting her at odds with Primaries next spring.Editorial against frost, rather than hard Special thanks goes' to Betty Hildebran Elementary get more school spirit. The
NAACP executive director Benjamin freezes Also, be sure you remove the' and all the merchants for their donations. staff c. nnot do It alone.This letter is not to
Hooks. This is just one example of the coverings when) the weather warms up It was not fair for the faithful few to have offend anyone but I am hoping that more
division that is bound to arise Policy even if it's only1 for a day or two. Other- to'organize the Halloween Carnival and parents will get. 'involved in school ac
among
black leaders as result of As required by law' and in the interest of fair wise, your plants may suffer burning. work the booths too. With all the children tivities. ? .
a Jackson'scandidacy.
and objective coverage: of editorial material sub The use of mulch Is one cold protection that are in this school, more parents could Linda Hampton
Only last week Walter Mon mUted by this newspaper, particularly as it applies measure which causes a lot of confusion. If have donated food, and time, Rt.2,Box 1470.Starke
dale, the candidate deemed most likely to letter to the Editor, the following policy the temperature drops below freezing for those parents who don't work. This the
to be hurt by Jackson's bid received the will be followed without variation. Letter to the Just a few hour' a good layer,of mulch PrOs biggest moneymaking project of the
endorsement of Georgia's black State Editor must be originals they must be dated, and often will lead to increased cold damage to year and the proceeds could.benefit all Our Men in Service
signed by the writer who mint Include hit address the tops of This top Injury' pur children. ,
Julian Bond and yo !
Senator Los
Angeles and telephone number, whit may be, subject to rf.ants.! Earnest Roberts. '
Mayor Tom Bradley. verification before (These '
printing. requirementsare ifcJt *< K-V< C Corpsmernber
the result of Florida !Statutes : and Morganfletd,
IHS.03
f Prominent black mayors apparently applicable without, choice.) No xeroxed copies are of 'Forestry in Bradford: County Earnest C Roberts of Rt 2 Box 372, Lake
lining up behind Jackson include Ernest any letters will' be accepted, unless the wrlt..r"Ilgn. Y Butler, Fl took part in the 293rd gradua

Morial New Orleans, Marion Barry of his or her name In Ink and Includes the address ', lion exercise of the Earle C, Clements Job
by David W Norton .Bradford Forester ,Corps Center Oct'
County 28
Washington Richard Hatcher of and phone number Content: must pas the 1 ; l 83. Corp member'
Gary, Earnest C.
Ind. editorial department's standard of good taste be, Incentives q ;merclal forest : i, Roberts successfully; completed -
a vice chairman of the Democratic Reforestation land'The South/ has 'been studies In Auto Body,
confined to reasonable
a length and be
National Committee, and Johnny Fordof limited to two ((2) from each Individual per may month Will nefit.SmaJl", .'' losing pine forests. at the rate of a million The Earle ,C. Clements center: Is
acres due
Tuskeegee Ala., head of the National at the editor's discretion And Medium l..an.downenAs landowners a year to to failure of many small. operated! by the education division of the
Conference of Black,Mayors.If ; ,replant:, :aftei{ harvests; Singer Company and it has !an enrollment
landomer Yes. but what this of 2,624.
As a to this i If other than new Incen-
county > you
Jackson takes .
votes tive
away from eQ\ tin tX have a few idle acre and are not sure whatto program could entice me to plant cine Mark E.Barrlck '
I Mondale in the, presidential primary ", -V II'\. do with them, here Is some Information. trees on my property?'An Investment 'in'plaQt Marine '
sweepstakes, it could f < that I pines 1 could supply you with'a' Cpl'' Mark E. Barrick. ton of
conceivably help may help you decide; : Glenn
vOn : periodic E and lluth S.
has'new income and a projected H Barrick of Route 1,
candidates John Glenn The Administration -;22H.
and
Reagan
Ileubin "I4.11y9O'.Pr'esidenf"Cartersigned
Box ,
October ; return throughout a 20 to 80 380-E, Lake Butler has
Askew strengthen their positions on the name for unemployment..They callit 1 Public>taw 06-451,which included a'' Demand for raw forest products is duty with''...2nd Marine 'reportdfor
presidential hopeful ladder. "vacation,extender" **'''M" reforestation tax incentive proposal as an* jetted to double throughout the U.$ by prOw the, Marine Corps Air StationCherry Point. I
amendment. This: amendment allows for turn.of the century ; N.C. ,
.. 10 percent tail,credit plus 7-year,deductions :
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t 'have
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'you
.recently harvested
W on the first 10,000 of morea1atlonJIj"\ timber from
penses each your property have a few :
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year;,'p4 ti > idle acres, an investment In planted pines'
c The new reforestation Incentive 'principally may be what you are seeking. I
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j benefits smalt and ,medium-sized '
landowners, ', IT you drain' more: information on the '
R' 1; ( new tax credit,(planted pines, or an Investment Teeth. .
; are bpnris-w.
It i eitlmatsd that ,the bow and arrow hat bun with us for 60,000yqrs :: Private landownersd; about 55'p r- analysis, f \', / ,
contact., my. office at,,.. (91)4)..' "' ofW ; :
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Judy Moore, SpeakerFor
: Delta Kappa Gamma Woman's Club

Fall WorkshopThe

J VlI Judy Moore, hospital assistant ad- ni't
October meeting of the Delta ministrator, will give a talk and show
Kappa Gamma SocIety Alpha Nil slides on the new Bradford Health
: ; chapter was held Thursday, Oct. 27, Fitness Center at the Woman's Club
in 'the Presbyterian Church of Starke luncheon-meeting on ni'.r
Fellowship Hall at 7 p.m. in Starke. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 12 noon at the
The 24 members were invited for clubhouse.
f fo dessert refreshment by the hostess
tt!; i chairman, Adele Mitchell.
''h President Sharon Lyons opened the Woman's, Club .
meeting with the pledge to the flag. Country Dinner
Committee chairman reports were
Photo by Mark Fricdlln. given. The treasurer stressed pay- Saturday, Nov. 19
United Methodist Women at Bazaar Workshop.., act Staff ment of dues by October 31. Janet
Walters, Communications Chairman, The Woman's Club of Starke will M

Member of Group 5 met at the horn of 'Norm stockings and will be distributed the 83-84 yearbooks. have a Country Dinner Saturday,
there on Bazaar day to put theper'zonal
Lucille! Payne, chairman of Personal Nov. 19, from 8 to 8 p.m. at the
Thompson (shown on the left) on Walnut Street to work touch on the stocking of your choice. '.(I" Growth and Services presented clubhouse.

I on Christmas stockings for the annual Baiaar Nov, 17. Jeanne Loper and Denlse Adams are also shown work-.\. several trips available to the group in Tickets are $3.50 for adults, tax In-
The group members hay been taking orders for the lag on the project. .' ;. December. Those present agreed to cluded, and children under 12 at $2.00
.): wait until January for a possible trip may be obtained by calling Mrs W.H.
'. \ the the Alhambra dinner- theatre: Thomson, 964-7806.)
Meth. Women To Hold' './ !",f Mrs. Payne also asked that each one There will be entertainment during Lisa Mitchell
I Fall, Harvey, and Sheldon 'Wed'ept... 1 0 bring a gift to the December meeting the dining houn.Women's J.T.Preyatt, III'
Bazaar
Nov.. 17'' for a patient at the Starke Nursing:

United Beverly Diane Harvey and Mark Brenda Henderson, sister of.the Home to continue that project. Lisa Mitchell,
Methodist Women will hold Scott Sheldon were united in mar- bride,served as matron-of-honor.She The evening's workshop groups AglowTo
their annual "Fanciful Fall Bazaar"on gathered for their planning of the Jimmy Pr.vattEngagement
riage In a lovely outdoor ceremony at wore a floral print,waltz-length gownof Meet Nov..9
Thursday, Nov. 17, from 7 a.m. to 3 the home of the bride's parents Mr. organza fa shades of rose and years programs. Janet Walters Told
p.m. In the church Fellowship Hall. and Mrs. Alfred Harvey, September ivory. She also wore a halo of dusty' directed the groups as to changes At ''Women's
Asoup/chili luncheon will be served 10. rosebuds and baby's breath with times, places and arrangements. Aglow Fellowship will Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for $2.00. ivory the conclusion of the discussions a meet Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 10:30: 0//
Dan Jarrett performed the tradi- satin streamers and carried a a.m. for luncheon Jr. of Starke and John W. Mitchell
Christmas forthcomingproject
decorations, wood few high points of each a at Western
products tional and
double-ring ceremony. Alray colonial bouquet of baby's breath Sizzlln' Jacksonville announce the engage-
1809 N. Main
; 'stuffed toys, pillows, Harvey, brother of the bride, seated roses in various shades of pink with were given Gainesville.For Street, ment of their daughter, Lisa Kathleen
Christmas'stockings, baked goods, the guests. Wedding music was Ivory satin streamers. Hostesses Tor the evening were Mitchell, to James Thomas Prevatt
jellies and jams will be among the, presented by Anita Larson who sang Three year old Kelly Fletcher, Adele Mitchell, Helen John, Muriel or 475-1R70.more information!, call 375-8853 HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. James T.
goodies on sale. I'll Never Know," V Walk Through niece of the bride,was the flower girl. Norman, Marjorie Thomson, Lucille Prevatt, Jr. of Starke. .
Door prizes' will. be'given out, all This World With Me," '. There Is She wore a long rose colored gown, Payne, Mona Canova, Minnie Lou Miss Mitchell is a graduate of Brad-
day. Love," and "Follow Me" and accom- which was trimmed in ivory lace and Patray and Delia Rosenberg.The ford High School and Santa Fe Com-
.. panied herself on acoustical guitar. satin. Kelly wore a halo identical to next meeting will be in Lake. Chances sue ... I munity College and Is employed by
,Lake The couple exchanged their, vows that of the matron-of-honor., Butler Thursday,Dec. I. University Hospital of Jacksonville.
ButUr Woman'sUnited before an ivy-covered arch and Serving as best man to the groom @@) Mr. Prevatt is a graduate of Brad
Methodist prayer bench flanked on both sides was John Little. Nephew of bride,Jon Bloodmobile ComingTo ford High School and the University of
by bouquets of white flowers and Michael' Fletcher, was the. ring someone needs you. Florida and Is employed by. Bradford
Bazaar Set SaturdayThe palms. bearer. 'The groom, best man and Stork*I Donate today I County School System.
women of the United Methodist Given marriage by her father, ring bearer all wore traditional black 1l iiast. The wedding Is planned for Feb 4,
church will have their annual faU the bride wore a traditional gown of> tuxedos. The bloodmobile from Civitan 1984. '
bazaar and luncheon this Saturday at organza and chantilly lace. The gown Regional Blood Center will be coming
the Lake Butler Methodist Church featured a Queen Anne neckline, fitted Following the wedding service, the .to Starke on Nov:14. It will be at the Can we help you?
educational building on Main Street in bodice covered with seed pearls parents of the bride entertained with Chamber of Commerce from 10 a.m.
Lake Butler. and long bishop sleeves. A lace a reception. The three-tiered wedding to S p.m.As .
There will be gift Items, Christmas flounce accented the bottom of the cake was decorated with pink you know, our area has tremen- Problem? b
Items, food tables and much, much; pleated skirt forming a chapel length rosebuds, columns and cherubs and dous blood needs. Several large r' '
more.A train. 'She wore a halo .of white was topped with wedding bells and hospitals demand an ever-increasing Opinion?
chili luncheon will be served star- rosebuds,and baby's breath with a Cupid. Separate tables held finger amount of blood. The only source of
ting at 11:30 a.m. fingertip veil''and satin streamers.The foods, pink lemonade, and a champagne /. blood Is people who care enough to My office it Friday
Monday through -
Browsers will find almost bridal bouquet was a cascade of fountain. Elaine Fletcher,Joan give so others may live. open
of handmade gift they can every'kind think white rosebuds, daisies lily-of-the- Harvey Becky Thomas sisters of the The Bloodmobile and the Starke from 9 a.m. to :9 I p.m. to servo ill t
of, and all reasonably priced. valley, baby's breath, and ivy, with bride, and Sharon Rymer served at Chamber of Commerce urgently In-1 the citizens of Union County. .
Christmas ornaments, stuffed dolls, bridal lace and satin streamers. the reception. vites all to come out,donate blood and
3qyFA LJFE1 For more Informa- ,11 you are experiencing a problem with .
.... .......x.-.t needlwork ou nlIf napkins i--tricic and cJomwtoprta'dtfil4the table cloths'hlair aaw">" mbl' I 'J.;>J8 4 iJ f ..tl""H4.> .. (J I Atlailr'dohlact Mr and Mrs. Bill Wilson state government or ,have in opinion IN\ ,
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old middle school complete with Twyla Reid HonoredMiss With' Two"Showers, at the Chamber'of Commerce*. stale legislation, pleasl"wrtt. or State HepreieniaavoGEORGE
964-5378.
an embroidered .cover depicting' : Ml district office... CRADY
my
school bazaar.house, can ,all be found at the. : Twyla Reid, bride-elect of Gave Webb; Mrs. Annie Ruth'pukes,' MISS DIXIE House District 13
Avery C.Roberts,was honored with a and Mrs. Mary Lou Whitehead. DARLIN' PAGEANT
Come do your.Christmas shopping bridal calling shower October 27,at 4-11 Rt. 3 Box 778 'Yulee FL 32097
at the Ages -
early United
Methodist Fellowship Hall First Christian. Miss Paula Hawkins,, MISS Kathy, ,
Women's Bazaar.: Church in Lake Butler. O'Guin and Miss Clara Johary enters: Modeling Talent
Receiving guests at the door with tamed with a miscellaneous shower in Beauty PhotogenicVeterans ((904)) 225.5035
the honoree were her mother, Mrs. honor of Miss Twyla Reid at the home Only 282.0462! let f
Parties Linda Boles and the groom's mother, of Miss Hawkins on October 25thv ,
Mrs. Marjorie Roberts. Several games were played and en Kingsley Lake Baptist Church f
; Mrs. Cynthia Starling registered' joyed by all the guest.Refreshments I
Flossl'Prescott guests at a small table covered In of horsd'oeuvre, ,
green overlaid with a lace cloth. A cake, punch, nuts and mints were : DayNovember i "Where everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ is Lord"
Birthday Honor.. silk arrangement In pale, turquoiseblue served from lovely table overlaid,
a gift to the honoree, decorated with a white linen cloth:Silver pieces I Sunday Services:
Mrs. Flossie Prescott was honored this table. were used to served the dainties and '
at a.surprise birthday luncheon Monday Guests were served refreshments the lighted tapers on the tables. 11'I 10:00: am Sunday School
; at Western Steer Steajc,House 'of cake, punch, mints and nuts at a The honoree' received many lovely I 11:00 1m. Morning Worship
planned by Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. table covered,In green overlaid with a items 1 &30 pm Church Training 1
A.L. Sanderson, Mrs. C.G. Hill and. sheer polyester cloth.A crystal punch The wedding of Miss Reid and Mr. 7:30: pm Evening Worship '
Mrs. C.ll. Nasworthy bowl was placed at one end of the Avery Roberts will be an event'of Wednesday
,The dining tables were covered table. Silver appointments were used November 11. at 6:30: p.m. a(the First C- '
.with lace cloths and held a garland of to serve the other lovely dainties.A'' Christian Church, 'Lake' Butler, ... i iI" 7:30: pm Mld-Week Prayer Service ,,
ivy down.the .centers interspersed fresh arrangement of blue, and pink Florida.
with roses i L carnations and miniature pompoms COMING lOON Greg Douglas, Pastor Located on SR16CELEBRATE
I One game was played and a prize accented with blue wedding bells and A 1'Iec.Whore you'll Gt A ,
awarded. Birthday cake was served lighted blue candles' centered .the .
Taut VAIUI For Your Money "
at the end of the meal. ,refreshment table. for
Twenty-one friends enjoyed! the Miss Reid's many gifts were attractively Watch, Opvnlny liw ocnwtfoiiBRADFORD YOURIMAGINATION
In You Npeper ..
Dutch treat luncheon, placed on tables covered ,in I'. .
white cloths around the room. ROPING'aUI' ,r
Hostesses for this party were: Mrs, .( : : -
I Margie Cason Mrs. Deborah Akins, $1000 JACKPOT .L'
!;Monday evening Mrs. Prescott, Mrs. Bobbie Whitehead, Mrs.Cynthia tpedellvent......4.a PM .... ., yo" I '
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Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Joyce Starling, Mrs. Janice ElLIson, Mrs. Club _US Ml North. ...t.. SEE WHAT TELEVISIONHAS r
Riherd were complimented at a dinner Margaret Bennett Mrs. Carol Glen.,. Sp..iMOf4 by T.rwlll.9or Mares Mr. *.Mrs. David Hodges .
'on.'' their birthdays, which fell .Mrs Elizabeth Whin, Mrs. 'QUESTION
Monday and Tuesday; given by Mrs : BECOME.
J.M. Blackshear .at her home .on. 'PUBLIC' NOTICE SALE 1 'If/ my building flooded

KinasleyLake, by'd: sprinkler! / system, will ,
Five guests enjoyed the affair' the rl 4 4r
$ t. 7 .((( SEWING MACHINES 'my insurance? pay Ft

:Engaged Couple UNCLAIMED. SCHOOL ORDERS ''ANSWER damages: ,

Honored. at, Dinner Nation's ; .Manufacturer's Usually sprinkler systems
-\j Largest Sewing) Machine ",:; : I

/jA family dinner and gadget shower Education Department placed,orders In anticipation:' of :"tiarnaae i Is a.hazzard which .
was given last Friday night by Mrs. :'i i\t\ not covered In fire theft, .
previous year sales.. Due to budget these 'sales
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I cuts, : ..
A.J. Eaves Ill and Mrs. H.S. Mullins Ftc. policies. Is an. oddltional .
at''the'home. of the latter' honoring were ,unclaimed. These, machines must ,be, soldi All coverage usually to

Miss Bonghl.Betsy' yawn ,and' Lanfranco 'sewing machines offered are, new IrV original( tartons. .be specified by the) Insured '

,Dr. R.S.Mullins. greeted the guests: These,machines I are, ,MADEQF; MET(; and: se'won all at the time the: policy Is

.at.The the door.12 guests were seated at.two fabrjcs'! ; ,l vl's.;canvas, upholstery,: "rlylonstretrh' *' *,tnyl, v'I'Issued.\ 'If your business I Is

,dining tables covered with Ar ,silk; EVEN SEW ON LEATHERI!. these macWnes! : ,};pew '(Covered for .sprinkler'damage VV V
my/Navy cloths and centered with arrangements '' It will be so stated ,
of fall flowers and fruit--:' with a 25-year'wari'anty. ,With these newt)984Gauto-: ) {Injyour .policy I It Is anjmijortant J'j

:The couple opened their gadget matic; sewing machines, you |ust set the\(color coded tJ ; coverage onrtt
dinner./ .. ,. {
gifts following ," '
.Out-of-town guests were Judge: and vdiaiand! # :see': ;magic happen; ,atraightJsowing, ,: zip .zag t (should be 'looked Into 'by

Mrs .T.A. Yawn and Terry Yawn of blmonholei'any) ( ) size), invisible blind h lernf.monogram, i jfybii1; w.will be most happy i
and and Mrs Glenn
Gainesville! Mr / t
Mullins of Orlando. satin stitch, embroidery,,appliquef sew;on buttons and i'dtol'eKomlne your present
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Honored Me Hampton: Hilitesby 'V- -.- -
by R.C.A. .
Special credit goes to Jd ene Friese

; Dolores Meng EPCOT Center in Orlando.Mr. and her co-workerswho worked
Randal F. (Randy) ChItty II was : 01' phone46 U and Mrs. Paul Meng returned weeks: Debbie Broome, SaIIy ,.. ".\y
honored (
recently by the R.C.A. Division J.
'f.,' ; home Wednesday after, visiting gins, Judy Archey Vickie .
of Florida for his outstanding .-J Sale
rnTHsVMegan Set ?
.. Rummage several days with their son and also to Bill Sanllrd" Kathryn Brooke
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performance with, their company. He IAa For Nov. 4 & 5 daughter-in-law, Lance C and and Donna ..ee.' the \'Hampton
was selected as the outstanding
Point and Mrs.
Woman's Club, Mr. Paul
Karen Meng at Cherry N.C.
R.C.A. representative for North The Ladles Council of the Christian
< students
former
Meng. Many were
Florida and was awarded an all expense Lee ConnaughtonDr. i'.t Church will sponsor a rummage saleon While there they toured the Marine helpful also in assisting. The
base and went sightseeing the area
paid Caribbean Island ocean Nov. 4 and 5 at the parish hall
of attended Is
all who also
Mr. and Mrs. and Viola patronage
Henry Spell
cruise, visiting ports lain the Bahamas. and Mrs. Dennis Connaughton: 'Bazaar items will also be available; appreciated.Spice.
Haiti Jamaica. Grand Cayman, andCozumel Punch and potato chips will be served Lefebvre returned home Wednesday
announce the birth of a daughter Salt Profitable
following a visit with Mr.. and Mrs.
Mexico. Megan Lee, born Oct. 5 in Alachua 4r-- '. ,free of charge to customers. Otis Leach of Owensboro Ky. Viola The sale of spices by students at the

Mr. Chitty la associated with the General Hospital.She joins a brother, '. Flea Market Nov. 12 had spent two months there assisting school .brought In, approximately

Seacoast Distributors Inc., of Sean, age 5 and a sister Kelly 22 Saturday t her sister and brother-in-law who $1,000, ,profit. Chairman Debbie
Jacksonville, and travels throughoutthe months. On Nov. 12, the Hampton were in ill health. Broome appreciates the cooperation
Northern section of Florida Maternal grandparents are'Amado r r Woman's Club will sponsor a flea Visiting Viola Lefebvre and the of those who participated,in this.pro.

representing the K.C.A. Division of Hermida of Penbroke Pines and market and bazaar at the City Hall Henry Spell family over the weekend Ject. ,., isgVjl
Florida. Prior to joining the R.C.A.Division beginning at t a.m.
Patricia Hermida or Miramar. Great were Barbara trick of Pen- Prizes Given at Assembles*
; he was associated with grandmother Is Mrs. Beatrice Party a SuccessThe sacola, Vicki Fitzpatrick. of PrIncipal.Connie Clarkwelcomed'
Sawyer Gas Company of Jackson O'Regan of Seaford, N.Y. and great Gainesville and Faye Kasey of the student body and facultyto- an
ville. grandfather is Amado Hermida Sr. Halloween party sponsored by Kokomo, Indiana assembly on Friday.
The son of the late Randal F.Chitty of Miami. Paternal grandparents are the Bradford County Timberwolves .Jolene Friese and Debbie Broome

and Mrs. Joan T. Chitty of Starke Mr. and Mrs. John Connaughton of .ic CB Club Thursday night was enjoyed Birthdays.. were assisted, by Clay Archey and
Randy graduated from BradfordHigj1 Fort Pierce. by some 55 children dressed In > Robert Broome who drew the namesof
Oct. 28, Misty Koehler was 11 and
School and then received a BS in .
Laura Ann McRae costumes. the winners for the
t Garnet Studer had lucky prize
a birthday; Oct. ,
Financed!Business Administrationfrom Costume prize winners wore-First
Charles Addison Halloween carnivalltudent raffle
29, Jessie Keaton: Oct. 23 Kevin
the of South Florida Judy Crawford beautifulMiss ,
University who
Koehler was a
Misty f; Mr. Clark presented the prizes to
Meng;; Oct. 30, Patti Meng Oct. 81
in J9T9,,. .-,Chitty resides In Mandarin America Second Robbie Brod- ; ,
Laura Ann McRa ; the winners An Atari
: a gift
Charles and Shirley Crawford of bumblebee '' Polly Woods was 12; Nov. 3, Andy game,
dressed Third
as a ,
sky ; from the PTA to Josh Crure digital
Charts Redding was J3.Hampton
Starke announce the birth of a Addison
Adam Hall disguised as a kitty cat.
from
/ watches gifts Eckerd's to
daughter In Judy N., Crawford, born To Wad Jan. 28 ,J? Refreshments were served and all enJoyed .1/ Elem. Stacy McGregro and William Price;
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Nov. 1, Gainesville. She Joins a I'
the evening. "
Ctjurct! brother Christopher. School fJews $5 savings certificates from the
Maternal grandparent Is Betty Clyde H. McRae of Starke announces Hospitalized.. Successful Carnival Florida Bank at Starke to Tori

Ratcliffe of Starke. Maternal great the engagement and i ap- The Halloween carnival held at the Hersey, Jeremy Smlth""J1lllerDarley !'
Lonnie Melton was admitted to
Condone and Jason
marriage of his daughter Tommy
proaching
'.1 grandparents are Wm. L. Buddy and Laura Ann McRae to Charles Glenn' Bradford Hospital on Monday for school Saturday night was enjoyed bya Smith. ,.1:1'At :

tl .',:,. ."W 1.JUj Llnnie Paternal Bell Harris of Starke. Lewis Addison, son of Mrs. Alice N.Douglas treatment. We wish him. a speedy large group children and adults. the conclusion Dolores Meng was

f .:!, and Judy Dixon grandparents of Starke.are Paternal of Keystone Heights, and Charles W. recovery. ,from Approximately,the carnival.'1400 was. profited presented with a photo album..as a

is Jannie Howard Addison of Virginia.The bride-elect Is Visitors.... retirement gift from the faculty//:,
MrarVi' great grandparent Mrs. C.K. Suggs of Hampton Lake .v
St. Women Starke. also the daughter of the late Vlrgle F, Children Entertained.
also of
McRae. i Mr.and Mrs. Charles O.Connelly of was the lucky winner of the$100 shopping On Friday afternoon Halloween
To M.-Nqv. 8 The wedding ceremony will take Varnesville,S.C. spent last week with spree at Winn Dixie. were distributed

place January 28. 1984 at Grace his brother and sister-in-law Mr and Teachers and students deserve children by Cyndee Lawrence dress.'
Jackie Marie Brannen Baptist .
of St. Mark's will meet credit for the
The Women unusual booth decora-
H.M. of and
Church in Starke.The Mrs. Connelly HamptonLake. ed Ina grape costume Sallye
Parish Tuesday House.Nov..8, at 7:30: p.m. in the Mitch and Collene Brannen of Lake bride-elect is presently atten-' They: also enjoyed.a'trip, to the ,tions and attractions.. Scoggins In a witch costume.of .

Butler, announce the birth of a ding Bradford High School. Mr. :Addison '.
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:)= ,v Oct. 29 in Alachua General High School and is employedat

Altar'$ocfetyRepresented Hospital, Gainesville. Lawtey Correctional Institute. Lawtey ',News.- -"'" ...... ..... ..... --

Jackie Joins a brother Jeffery, 5. .
At Mooting and a sister Jenny, 3.Paternalgrandparenta. BRADFORD ROPING CUM I t .to, :"' ; .'.
prayers are with her. Jacksonville spent the weekend
late
are the $1000 JACKPOT ISp.clol i
On Thursday, Oct. 27, a meeting of Jack Brannen and Evelyn Brannen of Evans ... I by Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Oscar.Vanzant, their with Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr.
the Gainesville Deanery of the St. Lake Butler: Maternal grandmother, Club Nov. PM phoneTsz,3300Personal. nephew Frank Pendarvis and great and all of them shared visits.
Aram
Augustine DCCW was held at the the late Myrtice Nichols of Starke. Spomorad US Ml North .... nephew Kyle Wilkerson,. son of Mr. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson attended
Episcopal Camp in Live Oak. by Torwlllogar Moronr .'., and Mrs. David Wilkerson visited the football game at Auburn,
Mass was concelebrated by Father i.' Mr. and Mrs1. Johnny DeVore of St.: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hard.se on Friday Ala. on Saturday; They returned on
..., Petersburg, David DeVore,? Miss': .
Flannan Walsh, Deanery Moderator night, Sunday hight.
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Father Christian Brandstrup, Host Did You KnowMrs. ,. ;- ,., ---y Ginger Lamonte, Paul Fisher and Mr. Mrs. David Brown returned home We are happy to report that Mrs.
Pastor,Father Roland Julian Father and Mrs. Bobby Patterson of Lawtey Thursday after spending two weeks O.J. Phillips returned home from
Thomas Gordon and Father Angle DeVore of Lake ,Butler andMrs. with her sons and daughter and their North Florida Regional Hospital,
Rimshaw at the St. Xavier's Catholic Drew Reddish was honored at Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper and Mr. Linda Adkins and sons.Josh and families in Virginia, Pastor Brown Gainesville .on Thursday, Our
and Mrs. Oren Derkman were In Live
Church Live Oak, a birthday luncheon last Thursday at John, of Starke attended a birthday went after hen prayers are with her.
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Following Mass, a luncheon was Crawdaddy's Restaurant In Jackson- Oak last Friday and: on business and also dinner for their mother Mrs. Pauline' Mrs. Jessie Mae Soehl of Atlanta, Miss Pamela Crews of Lawtey and
ville given by six members of the visited Mr. Mrs. Marvin Stewartin DeVore on Sunday, Oct. 23.
served at the Episcopal Camp. Enter- Ga. visited her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Mrs:John Butler of Gainesville were
tainment was provided by James Methodist Women's Sunday school LaCrosse. Mrs. Fleam Starling attended a Hermie Kelly, Tuesday until Thurs- Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Butler's
class. baby shower for her daughter-in-law of last week. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs.
McDonald who sang and played the Miller Mrs. Flossie day parents, Mr.
guitar. Mrs. Virginia Fontecilla Mrs.-George Mrs. Alice Starling of Bryceville on We are happy to report that Mrs. The First Baptist Church observed
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy and Prescott and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Friday Oct. 21. It was given by Mrs.
played the piano during the luncheon. ; Wilma Wainwright came home Sun- their regular birthday party for all
Among the 113 attending were Mrs. M.R. Judd spent Friday to Sun- were in Melrose Saturday attendingthe Mary Jane Johnson day Oct. 30, from the hospital InJacltsonvilie. those who had birthdays in October.

women from Gainesville, Live Oak, day with Mr. and Mrs. John Stringerin Trinity Episcopal Church" .FaU, Mr. and Mrs. James t>. Kelly took She and her daughter There were nine in all. Pastor and

Macclenny, Cross City Chiefland, Pleasanthill. Ala. and attended the Festival and luncheon. '>v an extended trip through the United' .Patsy,. attended. church on their way Mrs. David Brown was honored witha

WUliston. High Springs, Branford, Florida/Auburn game. Soon Thoro'll.A Plan :: States stopping at Conway. Kansas; home wedding anniversary and Mrs.
Starke and Lake City. To Find Thao : Salt Lake City Utah to'visit grand-. Mrs. Pat,Hamilton of'GainesvWewas Brown was favored with a birthday
Attending from St. Edward's were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Badman have HardtoFindlou..hold.Horn.! children and-they also 'stopped 'at a Wednesday dinner guest of her, party and with gifts too.

Josephine Gumber, Altar Society returned to their home In Beresford, At TRUI VALOR.In$Mark. Denver Colorado to visit a nephew aunt, Mrs. Rossle Reddish. Refreshments! of different kinds of
president; Pauline Oescbger, Lena Canada, after three weeks visit with Watch Papor for Mora Information. wife, and family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and'new food, cakes and pies and punch were'
Daugherty, Betty Dazinskl, Carol his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Samuel Scruggs1.) daughter' three .weeks old, of also served.
Mrs. V.J. in Starke and In- Mr. and Mrs> D, .
Ashline, Peggy Shaller Kay Spengler George Kelly evHliB/rwere'Sunday dinner*
Rlchar4 OAntoinette! !StelaDelU.\ .eluding two weeks. "in their' "condo at St. Mrs. Kathleen McNeely a'ad ,, visited their sister Mrs. Andre,'.-.cuwstn-oJ their nar! iUtMfc and Mrs' ;.Churc&AcUvities.. .,
WUmaJean Muriel Augustine. Afc; .. daughter. Michele Lakeland,apent> -Talisequah andabphewMeetl Tahseejuah -, 14" '* "&'''' 'q.;.' I Church '...
Terry. Gilhooly. 'I,. 8W3w SOT: :;, ,...Pin t2BwFBaptist bus went .., ,
Sophie Kimutls and Dolores Ttfeng. the weekend with her parents, Mrsand ;, of Huntington Beach, Calif.'for1Ja Spec. 4 Jerry teuton 01' Fort to Hammond, Indiana Thursday '
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief spent week.t .
Mrs. Herbert Thomas.
Rucker Ala.
spent Sunday until church to
Pariah Bazaar PlannedSt. Oct. 27 to Rev. Jack Hyles'
the weekend in Indialantic visitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore of his
Thursday with mother Mrs. Earl Christian
Edward's Catholic Church will and Mrs. R.W Underbill and Mr. and Mrs. George Canova- Jacksonville met their mother Mrs. Teton. He attended the funeral of his the Womanhood Ninth Annual of Miracles.

sponsor their annual bazaar on Dec. 1 family. George Canova Jr. and Mrs. L.A. Fred Moore at First Baptist Church in uncle, Lonnie Teston, on Tuesday. They arrived Spectacular home Sunday morning,
and 2. Homemade soup sandwiches Canova attended the:University of Oct. 30 at 9 a.m.Pvt.
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and desserts will be sold both days. COMING SOON Florida, College of Fine Arts Depart. visited Mrs. Moore's son-in-law and Sacramento, Calif on Monday and .. .. ..
Handmade craft articles will be A loco Whoro You'll Cot A ment of Music and Student Government daughter' Mr. and Mrs.. Wesley will visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. .Jay;' ; Bailey .r. ':
available. Cash prizes and a hand TMJI VALUE For You Money University Choir program Friday t mast in Live Oak. Lester Walker until Nov,' 1. They
made childs oak table and chair set Watch for Opening Information. evening at the University ( Friends of .Mra Wordie Melton; celebrated his birthday on Sunday Graduates at Ft; Lee ,
Memorial Auditorium where Cynthia mother of Mrs. Lonnie Tcston, regret '
will be given away. In Your Novrapapof Oct. 30. They brought his mother
Canova was a pianist and organist ac-, to learn that she had to return to the Mrs. Catherine Steele home Sun- Army National Guard Pvt\ Jaynce,

Yard Sale SaturdaySt. Last Thursday luncheon guests of companist. ;hospital! In :Winter .Garden. Our day front the nursing, home on,to help T. Bailey, daughter of Betty .and
has
Wilson W. of Starke
Edward's Parish will sponsor a Mr. and Mrs. Dyal (Alma) Baldree of celebrate the occasion. Bailey ', ,
yard sale in the church parking lot MtAOfORO ROPING CLUB Mr. and graduated from the U.S.yArnnymaterial
Lake Geneva were Mr. and Mrs. Lon- Mrs. Jim McCarley, Sr..of
beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5. STARKE Knoxville control and accounting:
nie Todd of Jacksonville; Mr. and $1000 JACKPOT Tend spent the weekend She
Mrs. Jesse Ard; Mrs. Annie Mae Special Ivont No,,.4.8 PM CHURCH OF GOD with Mr. and Mrs. Benny WUklson specialist is 1977 course at of Fort Bradford Lee.Ya.High
a graduate
Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Frankle Club Arono US M.North 422 N. St. ClaIr 984-5449 III Mr. and Mrs. ,Jim McCarley Jr. School. ', :'

Area Crusade TrainingNov. Raymond, all of Conway, S.C., and Soomorod by Torwlllogar Motor Walter F. Montz, Pastor -:: -
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Mrs. Linda Gordon of Callahan. Also .. .-R' .
10 11 Joining the family later were Mrs. We. Invite you to worship with us. M"VfiiH
Doris Overstreet of Keystone Mrs. L.H. Gibson visited Mr..and AttimM Nurttry

There will be two training sessionsfor Heights,and Mrs. Sylvia Wheeler and Mrs. Maurice Peterson in Silver SprIng > ......,scud ? '.. loam ;
all those who will serve as son Bo of Starke. Md. and Dr. and Mrs. Lee Ben-' .Mental. WmM ,. . ,. Him :

counselors and other participants in nett in Newark, Dela.last week. E......ServIce .r t. . ,.. SmVMmtfll ..

the Area-Wide Crusade with Taking the Fall bus tour Oct. 17-25 Vwtft 7:30: [pm
Evangelist Moody Adams which will from Starke through the New Pam Duffy, dauchterof Mr. and CAPTAIN'SCHOICE
be held in the Bradford High School England states, Ontario and Niagara Mrs. Martin Duffy, will perform with

Auditorium on Nov.27 through Dec. 4. Falls were: Mr. and Mrs. Al Crosby, the Eckerd College Concert Choir on ,
These training sessions will be heldon Beverly Blackshear Elveria DeVoe, Its tour of Florida during November .
two days Thursday and Friday Evelyn Griffin Doris Lamb, Elva 1983 and March 1964. The Concei4Choir iiiJ1jJUST pystersSUpren e wrapped in ':.
Nov. 10 & 11. There will be two sessions McRae Flossie Prescott Hazel will perform works by Shubert "
each day, at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Richards, Joyce Rlherd Lillian and Pachelbel at Presbyterian churches Mow do you make Captain Vt kxnou*..frochJuIoyotniersoven .

Those who participate will need to at- Stump, Marjorie Thomson, Jane in Vero Beach, St. Augustine (. beneYou wrap!hen them fry them In lean In our rirlpi ortepv of boaon brooding and.*

tend one of the sessions each day to Trawick, Jeraldlne Hooten, and Jacksonville and Daytona Beach FORWOMEN. p--- ,mars. howl SIx tondw oyslon wlltcraomy >
complete the training. The morning driver, Robert J. Shannon. November 1013.'Duffy, a soprano in cole tknti natural. out
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and evening sessions are Identical. the choir, has been a member of the flovanXil latch slew. two.. .

Training will be offered at the choir at First Presbyterian Church of ,,,, c T 'caoutMmatyloIlUlhP4P'r pie,,our own cocktail''., r
following churches: COMING lOON Starke. She is a graduate of Bradford J ,
'ei' auco and a lomonwodoo.
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First Baptist Church Starke; Nor- A Ploco Whoro Y.. 'U Got A High School and a recipient of a ,., '," .WocaUH

thside Baptist Church; Madison TRW VALUI For Your Monoy Church and Campus scholarship. r .. .., 'OyMar*Supiwnv:?1." ,!,.

Street Baptist Church and Grace Bap- Watch for Oponlng Information : I r ,_y 'VO',:"'.)coil. rl.TMUolouir...' ., t
tist Church. In Your N.wsp.p.rMrs. : '. -' ,
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Bruce W. Rehberg ,
Did You Know........... Gladys Weldon visited her son Reports for Duty ," -''. !.

and family Mr. and Mrs. Steve .y I

Mr. and Mrs.T.B. Harding,Sr. and Weldon in Macclenny last Wednesday, Marine Lance Cpl. Bruce W. ') .

Mrs. Arlin McKnight visited Mrs. to Saturday. Rehberg, son of Harry and Doris W. t Tender Bite Size ts',,, fr i
t.uN.uwev.susA
L.N. Pickering In Tampa. last Tuesday Rehberg of Starke has reported for View from CovrvoI Dinner
of Shrimp
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates -
of duty at Marine Support Battalion ..r .
Jacksonville were weekend guests Homestead Air Force Base, Florida. r$ono of our tavoiltoi.:. <
Mrs. Edwin Williams returned last Mr. and Mrs Robbie Shaller 1 \ and yours,An. Friday after two weeks In North .1 -:, ; r ending ol dollclou DIDa I J' '-
Florida Regional Hospital following Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin of- s4sMNmpservedwth I r .
\ natural cut Itavortul '
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surgery. Starke and guests her brotherinlawand Pfc. Jack Watson s Conch kiss. cole slaw '. !
sister, Mr; and Mrs. Gene Mef Completes Basic Training r and wo tournam IfVIe t J
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rink of Starkeand ford of Albuquerque, N.M. spent Sun- i hum popple plus cocktail '- iqsous. 1
Mr. and Mrs: Donald Tappin of day to Wednesday of last week at At Fort Dix, N.J. .". .and a lemon wodgo.. t i

Jacksonville Beach spent last Friday Disney World. Then they spent the re- I
week with their Pfc. Jack N. Watson,son of WilliamR. '$299.Nl01NNNMNNN1NHfftHH" ... I (
and Saturday at Disney World, ,mainder of the \ t -.. \
in Bonifay. and Evelyn S. Watson of Hampton, i : OIAMNAOFweUo "
mother, Mrs,Nell Pipkin I
Fort .
basic at
Mrs. Francis :Merlie.. Mrs. John has completed training ...ft.,.'."$$$ '
'DIx N.J. He la a 1963 graduate ,
Crriffin.Mrs.W.H.Thomson and Mrs. MADTOKO ROPING CLUS' L'i .DAYTIME li cable television :Also. Announcing Our NEW Banana TOrtl
Lea Green attended the Golden Isles Brigham Young University,, Provo I 'c L ,.exclusively" for women: Free banawio
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Bridge Tournament at Jekyll Island ( octal l.ant No*.4-S PM, During the" training, students j i From recipes to exercise now graham pack.k pun willi wnlpr tnppkrg,C'iIo IanQnaoI 59""...
Friday to Monday) dub ATOM US lOt NorthT'II.Mot received instruction In drill and .I I.'' 'to Interview you won't:.. .-.
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MAOTOIO torsiM QuaS1000JACKPOT Spon by ceremonies weapons map reading Captain D's'
tactics military courtesy, military .entertainment, Information' -

.*....fvoat...+.4..PM_ Vickie Mr.and of Mrs.Florida J.T.Southern Carver,daughter College Justice and traditions first aid, and Army history I a grcatlittle seafood place:

dub ATOM Ut Ml Narrttlp Heaiif
and son. Terry, spent Thursday to BC
.m.r.d fcy Torwlll.tor Motor. Sunday at vogel State Park, I ,

Mrs. Iris Ritch of Gainesville and Blairsville, Ga. Marine Cpl. Mark Barrlck' .1 :fit* EDE iAI'iQf10A Shows. '' CHOICES, FOR A CHAfcQECounfryUvtowhltoboon

Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch of Stark Mr. and Mrs.'Tom. Casey had 'as Reports for Duty'Marine j jY ,

spent last week la the Smoky Mountains Sunday luncheon guests Mr. and Mrs. CpL Mark E. Barrick !, Prowl.. susd..salad with your ohoec.of Ihro drosing,'' I
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relatives sight-seeing and visiting Wesley, Thomas of Live Oak, Mrs. 'of Glenn E. and Ruth S..Barrack of .' Salad Of beaN may be IUfI8IItuIod: /jar bench Mos 01 cote IIaw wtfh
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: S.D. Andrews of Wildwood Jay '
-r'" Lake Butler, has reported for duty : r ordorToa, >o Mrs. Gertrude Kauffman 'of Thomas and Debbie Andrews of with 2nd Marine. Aircraft ,Wing, -. J \
Tallahassee was Monday and Tuesday Gainesville and Mrs. W.F. Moore and Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry I .- .
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Lake Weir could be an interesting Lake Weir has the better of the two with fair
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oppontent for Bradford gridders this i linebacker Lamar Glover, 220 pounds and Is noted as being a good blocker. ;lust +,ell ?
F Friday when the Tornadoes host and tackle Tom Canaday, 185 poundsto Leading the offense is quarterback yI
the class 3A team starting at 8 p.m. tend with. Steve Ott, 150 pounds. he .is a fair ball
Going Into the game after a disap- "Our films Indicate that they are handler'with a good arm.
pointing 10-6 loss to District 8 foe In- tough on the inside runs, but have Defensive tackles for I.ake'Wpir are
terlachen Bradford stands with a 3-4 trouble on the ouUide and passes," Carl Brown, 176 pounds and Tom
record. Lake Weir Is winless with a notes Hurse. "They are not going to Canaday, 183 pounds Both are aggressive ,
7-0 mark. be like playing a winless 2A team." and real quick !according! to I s 1
"Although they haven't won a Offensive tackles for Lake Weir are ,the report. .'
game, they play in one"of the toughest Lamar Glover, 220 pounds, and; Joe Nosemaii 14 Greg Boyer, 171 1
leagues in the state commentedHead Mazzaro,258 pounds. Both 'are not pounds. He Is noted as being tough A' v ;

Tornado David Hurse. "Their" and can be handled, according and holding his own on// the ,Une.
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competitive tough. the report. Linebackers are Lamar;Glover and *4 rCiM A+
Lake Weir's biggest threat are, Guards are Greg' Boyer, 171 and' ''Tony Roberts. Both play tight to the

I I back fullback Henry Tyronne Roberts.Roberts Tyronne and tail a aggressive Bruce McMullen and quick, 160 pounds.off the Borer Is well line and hold the inside running 1 fy<<, game\ Quarterback 'Hubert Carver: gets, a pass off to tailback Eric Lane rh

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'We are going to have to have a Bradford High's girls cross country ville Episcopal'; Invitational! startingat host the District 2, Class 2.(' meet.
w good defensive effort to contain them runners took second place in a tri 3:30: p.m. Time will be irk next'week's,Issue ,of
nC NI r : but I think we are ready to meet the meet In Starke last. Wednesday. Oct. The following Friday Bradford; will the Telegraph; ,',yo
challenge with anybody defensively. 26.
The kids have a lot of confidence," -

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Bradford will not face a sizable line runners to count as a score.
like Interlachen. Lake Weir'ss front BHS 'girls had 37 points' following
defensive five average' under.;t 180 Middleburg in first place with 21.
pounds while Interlachen'l, averagewas points. Clay's girls team did not have 1
about 220 pounds.; r" enough runner to count score.
Facing the ,Lake' Weir defensive
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Carol Fussell the first finisher
"Everybody!: Is ready to play for' Bradford, taking third place
and everybody Is in'good health/ overall in 13:58: minutes. First place'In -

,.Slmpklns.commented' offensive' .line"Coach, Ezra" the girls race was Middleburg's i
; JV Xan Mueller In 13:02: minutes. JUST FOR WOMEN :
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back into the running Lori Sapp was top finisher for > 3
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BIIS defenders rush Ram quarterback. much from the passing game.:not' Sapp was Lisa Tierney In 13:10: ,J

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7)Michelle) Klmutis 14:17: 10))Linda
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Larry Oglesby a 72 touchdown run by Joe Pebose. was still 10-3 at the half. I ,is against probably the Middleburg the best In team their, which 3A Is cable television. exclusively.fot; y/prjnea; ;';
Sports Editor Debase broke loose up the middle First threat in the second half commented .
was, district, cross country From raising children fo controlling, budgets, from i
then went down the right side-line, an attempted 52 yard field goal by ,
Lack of ability to move the ball by and track Coach George Loper
the Tornado offense led the way for outrunning the BUS defenders. Francis for BUS. The ball fell just, recipes to exercise, to interviews you won't' e

visiting Interlachen to edge 10-& by The Savel extra point put the Ramsin short of the goal pool, on target. anywhere else-it's fast-paced entertafnrnent, '
Bradford in a District 8, Class 2A duel front 7-0 less than two minutes\ into On the next BUS possession Francis, The boys varsity team did not have and fun. \
last Friday night. the ball game. took another try, this time good for 'but four runners)they did not place Information. .
The loss extinguishes any hopes of The Ram defense keyed In onOliver the last score of the game:The field. for points. Over all places and times,', '" '''.' .r'(' ;'.<.''"'''

Bradford taking the district title. Tyson holding him to only four yards goal was a total of 42 yards long;, ore: .!)Paul McKinney l ::28, 3)Eddie .' ,' : Hearst/ABC i... 'I'
Keystone lost to Clay High on the the entire ball game. Eric!: Lane broke Tennant 16:54, 13)Henry Cooper : ,?

same night and if Bradford would for 14 yards on a third down play to BHS defense shut down the Ram offense ;,19:36, : .. 14)Calvin) Thomas, 19:45..: ,' : ,
have won the game BUS would be in a give BUS a first down at the 41 yard in the second half. Interlachenwas The Experience Shows '..,.,. : :
line. Tony Davis was thrown for a one ,, 'r..If'ifr., '
tie for the district lead with Keystone. threatnlng at the 13 yard line and );;
Overall the Tornadoes are 3-t and yard loss on the down. Second down, BUS held them the four downs and Boys Road'Runners times are Jody

Interlachen Improved its record to BHS completed the first pass In four took over possession. 'Brown 122:21: : Jason. Brown 20:58: 0: ,, "l\\, ilt' 1n \
6-2. BUS Is 2-2 in district play and the games when quarterback Robert A fumble recovery by Carver atopped :Chad Tennant'32:08: Andy Redding "
Rams are 3-0 and lead the district. Carver hit Cerry Frounfelter for an 11 another Ram scoring threat at 24:21: Curtis Knight. 27:34; : and Jamie CHANNEL 17 .*' 1:00: p.m; t.i
Bradford's yard gain and first down' the Ram the nine line. ,
only scores were by two yard .Carver. 30:03. ,
field goals by John David Francis, a 49 yard line On the next play Lane The Ram defense also did a good '964-6308 I
43 yarder in the second quarter and a broke again, this time for 11 yards. Job of stopping the Bradford running This Friday the runners will pare .. r{M ij .
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went the middle on the '
43 yarder in the third. Francis was Tyson up attack Molding them to only '
seven'
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just short of making a 52 yarder.in the was yards. ., 'tt.;, '
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last period. gain. On second down Carver Lane was the leading rusher forBJIS .5471{+ )! (
Interlachen scored all its points in and Interlachen recoyered at the 39 with 34 yards in four carries. t
the first period on a 72 yard sprint by yard line. Davis was next in line with 21 yards In w_ ..m.._

Joe Debase,along with the extra point The Rams drove against the-Tornadoes 'nine carries followed. by Russell. with;. n' .........._..,,. .... __..a... .fl 1
kick and a 26 yard field goal by Joe on runs by Depose and droveto 12.$ yards. u.. : ;
Savel. the nine yard line to face a fourth Leading tacklers for BUS wereCraig i 'wltft

BUS was held to a mere 60 yards on down and four situation.! Saves kickeda Falstreaux with 10 and three 1 jILAJ.'I'
the ground. Bradford had gone three 26 yard field goal to put! InterlachenIn ,assist; Jamie Whitehead with 7 and I 2-Piece : I IWITH

games throwing the ball only five front 10-7 with just over a minute. two assist and BWy Rehburg with five I This coupon pool : ) I
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times. Against the Rams, BHS totall- and one assist:.
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Facing a defensive line of the Rams BUS on the next drive with a :40 yard game we have played in a long time'! Coup 'n'good only for combination Whltf/darH
that averages almost 220 pounds per completion from Carver to Brad commented defensive line Coach orderb Customer pay* all applicable sales! tan.
player Bradford was forced to go to Russell. The play put the Tornadoesto Mike Sexton. I Off r Expires iH/)3/83 I
the 26 yard line of the Rams with a
the passing game. Four
passes were "
by BHS receivers. first down. I 1 Ql
Defensively, Bradford turned in a Russell was thrown for a loss on the suaOan' P'',NRaelAQ1 N $ J : :
good performance holding the Ramsto next play then Lane made that up plus THIS m : ,
only two first downs. Those two an extra yard on second down. Carver I tlr..*n n iM I R Tfiia, coupon good only at Kentucky
attempted a to Da vis'on third HuMm'Yof* IMIM i tt Fried Chich i d in Ihi* .o)
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first downs were in the first half. pass FM..m.VMrit ,- =
Bradford faces Class 3A Lake Weir down, but it fell Incomplete giving .1544 ''toSqS4 :-;,, ; 59'Av. ;
this Friday night In Starke and'In- BUS a fourth down at the 25 yard line. i I (Alh-CenwM. ) IM.I '.
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Francis kicked the 43-yarder to put Pxn MSJ
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I Bradford Cowboys Gearing I Up for Homecoming I 'WI'tJl'.rJIJ8 : I '

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Two Bradford Cowboys teams Bradford moved the ball well in the ,
won converted the extra. point to. make UN* "
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this week and three lost as the season first half but could manage only ,final score 2212.Io\: c"p"n n' it"U"y r a'm. ,""' .r i

near an end. single score on a 13 yard runby Eric Next week the Midget; travel to;,,, I- k.n.'i i_
The Jr. Pee-Wees beat Callahan Hooper In the second half; Keystone to play at 1 p.m.. / '
49-0 and the Midget earned first the opening kick wa returned all Saturday the J't.'Pee-We. defeated 4' ,
place in the division with a 22-0 win way for the first Alachua score of the Raiders 4fl-0. 1! lS''Pieoe: : : ,',

over Alachua.'The the game. Timmy Taylor, Shaun Nichols! ,. .
'Then the Cowboy" drove the ball Wyatt Collins, Reggie Sheffield, anjChris I' Paclc
dow for the second score of the game. : 'Rodriquex all scyred't0ucheowns .
MUey-Mites dropped their With strong runs by D. Covliwton, for \' ,
MM Cowboys,
184 and : 'QoII!' I iii d 4rerai liie Co'iprlel'i: Oicil/ln i "HBqip' ,
game 20, WIleS Jr. who had a total of 79 yards' rwililnl.floopel' I ( \ '" i, gp.
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scored on a one yard Uvf over .- Glert WlHlnm* .Jeri the defense with '
Next Saturday; Nov. 12 will be the middle. .. I Cuniormm-Coupon, rjnoO' only "for ;
14 Individual UnKfcn, two intercep, 1
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homecoming for the Bradford The following kick was again runback tines and a fumble recovery. fill wPl'Cabl! .sulca I 'lax'. '-Offer: l..pe.i 11/13/83
Cowboys following parade Friday. for the second. Raider score, of Shaun Nichols started the scoring : :
This weekend three of the Cowboys the game. I Intercepting the Raiders ftnt
paMand
team will play In Keystone and two running It back. 69. yards for Iia i I'Wl'l'1Iu '
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will play Green. ove. 4 $7A:9' .
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Tlie Wot hitting Cowboy' defense ,, points :OOVPOJf" : :
Bradford Cowboy Midget team led by R. Mosel y.ti,' llamptoni and ,
> maintained their unbeaten record by M. Jenkins held the Raider offense In, The Cowboy: Improved their' .<' \/j, I"O..O/OiV.I". :?{" 1
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already perfect record to H.staying\ r kQ/t .tJII, ,1"n
outplaying the Alachua Raiders 22-12. Check for the remainder of the .me "
almost assuring a division championship The final Bradford score cam on a at the top of the conference with twp', ..

for the Cowboy*., 47 yard .run by CW;Jschaon,,.pao al"q reeu" sessan gatkjs let{, '
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I Two Break DoWns'.Cost Tornado< j' ( Game; .,: ". e I II

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Larry
By Oglesby' commented defensive line Coach threw the ball 18 times for fthfCorapIw"tlons. playing against.,.: 'We played
Sports Editor' "" Mike Sexton. "With the exception of Bradford's air attack produced'; : .\ enough to win," noted Simpkms.
,i/\.C 2 '",* '. one breakdown we played .a perfect 108 yards while the runnlntf.game,wai* Simpkins pointed out that the offenW&ive ,
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Break downs on two plays, one defensive ball game. shut down to less than' Bo Yard.;1,',.'" \$' executed! assignments' wflyi( \ ) herqcwit -
defensively and one offensively set up of the time. ,
the only scores for visiting In- BHS allowed only two first downs "They w the i etgtsse I y '\'L44 ",""IX''':V"}, r ./
terlachen last Friday night as the for the Rams, both of which were in .Oliver 1'YIwhl .h is *t\a\\ **:'exr ;"lf we play' jlS well this week during
Rams handed Bradford a 1<<1-6 District the first half. The defensive secondary peeled thiini to do ,SB u iluine,Shu the game next week we shouldn't
8, Class 2A loss.Interlachen held the Rams to only One com- down Tyson Is June w thdid. \ 'ltattl have ;'ny problems with Lake Weir,"
plete pass in five attempts. Tyson was hvM to ,|u6i rou\j,yar jt nmmiiited Simpkins. \
in four\ carries durn) -'t jMme'i \ \.\ "The iclensive backs did a Rood job1
scored the third
on playof Sexton pointed out that'sJamfe;(! ''Vf, 'i.'I\I\ ( >'Ii \i. hwn, though 'they were not tested
the game on a 72 yard run by Joe Whitehead t and Craif Falstreaux ;' 'The diriq' 'h [")nui with > I
Deboae. On the turn- passing (pme only five passes,'corn->
the .following possession ed In their best performances of the nadoes two lutorwrta lone"" 4 )1ie',1 defensive| hack-Coach Mike
by Tornadoes !
quarterback Robert Both several of the pftsW', 'a ,
Carver year. were named by the had- jjtartli'y .
fumbled and the Rams took
staff as defensive of been dropped by Hlf ri ilia the 1 The I
over on a drive that resulted in three coaching players < v: secondary did good job ex-
more points for the Rams on a field game might, have, x. eii "n'lq'/ !) ;!; to (fcept bent for lit. one or two" plays. Nobody has
to
death
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goal Joe Savel.Bradford's .
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Also praised for good performances 1 m very proud ot -iu t 6 '!I.N '''' f Leafing, rusher for the Tornadoes
were inside linebacker way bey played. 'J' I r If Ir Line with
Billy Rehburg i 'y hnv.g ID 34 yards Lane
six points came on two and defensive tackle Donnie Thorn tough.! notes 1-'';'"*,, ""T-,' ..'Ia : rt four times for 'In average of I
field goals by John David Francis. ton. "Rehburg: had a real fine game. felt like this waft.. fot/.'.,.... 'u ,'"v 1' ;IWUP: 'r/is Her CII"r). Davis was'next'
Francis booted one for 43 yards In the Most of the plays went away from him _year{ (our year. ? ago. 'i 'll Vi"'d followed\ I bv Brad Lori Sapp leads the way at the half-mile mark.
second period and 42 yards in ,the and Thornton noted Sexton."I r lil -vih, ia '>, '
third. The offensive lin-i, wl.irh4; hi11bm '" ;r..,. The! kicking game was a strong
think we played as hard as we ups In assignment last week t1gah I,"1. 1>(.lnt fair) Hrartford against In-
"It was a very disapplontlng loss could. I sure hate to loose that way," Clay High assume n steady J1fr.i\! .- terlachen. Francis! hcsllh l the two 1--11III------ .
for us. We played well, we Just didn't says Sexton. "I think we are becoming mane, dispite the hindered running. 'I Igamoa. (s.ilsplfl-goals' averaged 3fl 5 In three : .
play well enough," said Head Brad- -a sound defense. We have had ? purl! Kick off man Hick Braswcll Carl Griffis'
ford Football Coach David Hurse. steady improvement." averaged over 60 yards in three kicks. (Buddy) I
"Defensively, except for two plays we Falstreaux was the leading tacklerfor "We had the best oyerH'i amc'of' i AllIf're touchhnrks In high school
played a great football game. Offen- the .year, especially the,'.of>'enwv<> '[jJ/ CoollQll' |, kicks that cross the goal; line B Your (Next Lawtey ,
sively we just couldn't get it 'all BHS with 10 Individuals and three line, commenfed I'lfe IjjIVfll.&lIn' jf.are automatically declared,
together." assist. Next was Whitehead with Coach Ezra Stmpk'iif Wt:! .hH seven and two assist and Rehburgwith caught a couple of the passes thnt"plH'aiver threw for 69 yards and
Interlachen Scored all points In the five and one assist.' were dropped we '>ullhrtV9iviic' first period. From that point on the Offensively-Bradford had to go to around." \ \\nf:Jfi' ',<*' .halfbnrk passes. : A Vote for' Buddy I
BHS defense pretty well contained the the passing game for the first time in ". ,. Center Tommy Juh\ won anft tackle'/ : f"1 Rei Levers were Long for 33 yards
Rams. '. three games. Until the Interlachen Tony Hill wore select>the. right direction)

"We ,played the best.. defensive game Bradford had passed the ball on live linemen.. of th<< 0

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Fall Tennis Tourney; Set.... ;) <. I' OH fOY DENIM JEANS
a BOYS' 'M>N-a
Starke Recreation Department plans to bold its 2nd Annual Fall Tennis 1 p
Tournament the weekend of November 18-20. 797 fl88
Included will be the mens. singles and doubles and women singles and v / 13.88 !
doubles. Et Cotton dardm Kara 100H cotton Hidkn
There will also be a ;youth division in the tournament If enough younger CVr"U'dpi y In Boys'4-oockat 5-la lyllng. .1 down dN.e1*i1h 25.31.b c4-pooM- >

players register. ', ., ., ", ,
Schedules will be available on Monday, November i' Entry fee win be IS I
for singles and$10 for doubles. : .
Players will provide their own balls..Trophies will be. awarded. to. first and
'
second place in each division., .
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Games will be played at the Pratt St..:Center and the BHS tennis courts.
Anyone interested should sign up at the Old Armory before Nov. 18.
The recreation department Is open from 830; a.m"to, 12 noon and from 1
p.m. to 5:30.Registration. -
fee and entry must be in by the deadline to be eligible tor the :' ',. ve :OS, ,
draw. For. more Information ca11964-672 or 9644942.
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Youth Bowling Leagues Underway.... 22.88 WAS


8telrk.Larlelt The Outlaws'aire+_,wt lead' '.."' .,... .....youth-b.group.....I"'w.....wa'eN+in_the ti'youth r+.al+bowling lewfl ,l *league.,,"" ..at..,.i,.", MOTO 1 .5 _'_'_._ "'11 tJL.oIi.. 'A i: AM/.iM.dcxJJ:LOCK: RADIO, '

In second place are Black Hawks are'second and the Fabulous Five third./:' .
High team series is the Outlaws. with 2953, second are the High rollers 2no. E vu i .iIIV:4rOO' 'cove'
High indiviudals series are Chad Mullin at 614, Linda Bisal at 604.' and.Allen. Oncdunt Prlo 24.S3E MEN'S
Wood at 577. : <0''* 83 38w3B&ee ,
High Individual games belong to Mullins with 259,.Reggie Crum 225, and Sa Mle*<.Prkx Mrs CaHM((5.631. -_ WAS ,PLAID WVERB s n
Owen Sutherland 221. ai1 e. Miit' Rcnat, '4.OU FLANNEL SHIRTS
36 83 1OOS
oollon HannM
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In the youth-A league, 5-11 year olds, the Pip Squeaks are number one witha t--Coq 114.63 I 'CASSETTERECORDER longNl two pockali. enotoa
series total of 6896 followed by the Fighting Five with 6622. WA9 14 / I da Man'a S-XL; boyaia.. III e
High individual series are Johnny Stephens with 327, Kevin Blankenshipwith MOTOR OHPVoUetl .UP MR.C6f rea'f' ; -: i Hat AM/FM radio,carry -
322, and Anthony Wood with 281 pins. High individual games go to' your.ngln*from AutoiMlui eaHw'blxnngyilam + '- handla cantle Iron, antanna.Id load. +1Y
Rodney Aldredge with 188, Justin Brown: with 177 and Blankenship with 170. ruM and CM/x10/4 Quart' 10 015 eaoacilyHO30 .... 1 -
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Gator Receivers Visit Loca..Club.... OWFP50O V
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University of Florida wide-receivers Dwayne' Dixon and Gary Rolley .
wilted the Starke Gator Quarterback Club last Friday night. .'
Also at the meeting was Gator equipment manager Bud Fernandez and .
Lady Gator academic counselor Ann Hughes. -7-- ''
At UM meeting club members and visitors enjoyed) ,a smoked'frjert' muUct! 'I.

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11-year old Christi Harrell took first place lathe' girls 13 and under group SOYS' OYS'
at the 3.1 mile run at Westside Park in Gainesville, Saturday' Oct. 15. 97DISC. 093W 88
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OutfittersJoe's Taxidermy to ponsorcontest; .... CHOICE) |WERE UP' CHr'NCfII WESEUP T010if6 C h OICEI wen.1 1 de WAS 69 88 uripaa,on*Mm. tooa al.ay+a Chewaotcotora Snap.front, drawatrlngWMI. .
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A 'Big Buck' contest will be sponsored by the Outfitters and Joe's'J'axlder.my -, LIGHTS ON WRAPS Ramdia control FHttd t*"tall,walka Min you llspoity 18" BUS Name.
.. doubts flam ttohl aat or Vwl r E.prSS qlq Qhotca ol wntta or black H'acy mag-typa?1/t
this hunting season ; 30"Mmtbo lop papar wrap G
The winner with the largest racked buck will get a freemount: Hunters
'should register at the Outfitters in Starke. '.
U you get a large racked buck, freeze the head and take it to the Outfitters
'.'as soon as possible.Measurements will be taken and recorded:

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Special Olympics To BeHeld, Thursday:.... ,

Some 79 athletes will participate in the Bradford County Special Olympics
Thursday at the Bradford Middle School Gym. ..
Athletes involved..will be from Bradford County Schools, Sunshine Industries L-
and local group homes. Events Include basketball, run, dribble i I
and shoot or bowling. The event Is to begin at 9:30 a.m.. .. ;
'Bowling competitors will go to St rke Lanes after the opening ceremonies / 1 '
The event is sponsored by the Bradford CountySchool Board, Klwanis
'Club and donations from individuals and local organizations. Luch will beserved 1288 LADIES' SHIRTS ON PANTS
following the mee ..! McDonalds in Starke.. ; : Cotton polo ankt with MiMlainan t
WESTERN SHIRT 8 fl k>00au>coMra 8.M,I.,O.
Youth Basketball Registration.... ohambrayl aMrtSolWa aolvaalaT/cotlon aanaonat l0.anti
) / / 8. M. L. 5L.' Bn/rt/ ballad. Up horK. poekata. le,

Registration for youth: 'basketball will begin Thursday'Nov. 3 and ,end '
; :Tuesday; Nov. 29. .
The league Is for boyVahd girls all.sIN... Sign-ups 'Is at the Old Armory LADY IPePPCRlLl I

from 8:30 a.m to 5:30 P."' ., or at the Pratt St. Center from 3-9 p.m..

'There will,?be no;, fee'and.'. further'lnformaUon can, be acquired when''
registering ; .?
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;:J I 'There meetii' 'for 'basketball'Tue.day"
will l be an organizational mens
;: November 22 starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Old Armory. Representatives from a.y.1a'Nlyarwbn Pwa ApWltty ..
J all teams must attend to be considered In the league. <&< 'r ', te0 M1 ts, WAet W.. ... LY A ,
There is a possibility of running an A and B division If enough' interest: is'-,' PSmp./, t'tIS00sSNN' ,_ / S I .
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Roping Club to Present' Jackpot'Special...., aCL>WAS%t onian I.4,*Ana C Ir'p.( .;, /e FC.MEUtMINE 42590": BLANKETS' t went Pk Caaaa 4 at,., MN'fUtDQ BOOTS ASKtTBAU. SHOES j
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Jackpot Special which will Include*1,000 in added prize money:The event 1*"
iso sponsored:by TrwUleet'Motors.toc/ofStiirhe.' ,

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RULES OF, THE GAME :3)) In cow of HM we will use .ih. total'polnM. KOivd 'In lh. Bradford Hlol">School The Office Shop\
1))Anyon. .KC.pl TELEGRAPH employ**!and ,heir Immediate families' are game each week (.>xc.pt the Tornadom: open week)at O tiebr.ak.r l flmatm ill! ''A
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welcome' <, each In the pointy. you think will be TornodoM and their oppon )|combined ,' '
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2))The entry'mutt be On an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and'must be drop In the Ilkblwokw btank..Foii&ntlomM.lf/!) the XW*.,I tft M iornpdod"gable, : !.1 4*. 's ;1..;y./,., t l jO.W4,CaU" Street r.Starke..j\
ped off at the TELEGRAPH office before p..... each Friday afternoon Fill Ip all Wet Tornado. 19, Opponents,72tr., :!' :.eorricl': ( cor wM 26 polnMf ( {SS&! .. ),:J ;' ;.:.j l "' ':;"(''';, :L' '''S\ '
j. the blanki with either the name of the team you think will, win or"tI. if you 4))AM decisions. of the judaM'arlino,", ..coed Itubtioksr.wlli:' ,be OMncotiafv. .. \ ..,1'\J. \ r'f.' ';,945764':! 'jJ., ': ::.;1:;:";
think the game will end In a tie. The! pertoii who: pick' the most games rlaht'will'| A Ir.'I'f, '1,1f", /' 1 i' ,'r, ." '< .s't' Chlenand: at Dunn IIor"J'\ {
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I E8a L.Cooney 964-6419 Stark Motor Parts Co., ..no.ttftfrfflVi'im .
OF STARKE tavern Outlaw :s :: : 7
ffiSffil 155 Browntee, {964-6060 StarkeMOMM
811 S. Walnut 964-7830 $ ,
REALTY.TommYChll". 954-4319$ .

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(Tie Breaker) PHONE 4.1'7711.''.E.Martene Martha rto :. ":'.964-83081 782-33971 ( !, ", ...
' BANKING ...._. .. CECEUA Robertaw:, '
MfWMt IWIUKAMU 1'IRWI.UGAR: 205 N.TsmptaStarke :-Faye! E MuWna!,! ,;,:.1':' ,A6 .1283] '
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Liberty Skyline CARDS' GIFTSEdwartaBoad'Start9648776 t ,

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't! West Nassau at.MMdleburg
2303 N. Temple Ave.,. Starke 964-4414 -1L: _I.

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Harder... 24 Hour Service ''Service1' !L_j

131 N. Cherry' Street Starke, Florida ...To Save RESIDENTIAL .96.-6744 .CpMME t'-., ,,.i
964 7423 355 N. Temple, ,Mobile Home Poles Stark* 'v"1"?'
Lake City at >Forrest.
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Leesburg at North Marlon Kentucky at Vanderbilt. "'. '4 Stanford&Southern Calrii .,. ; ..; .. '

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The Meat Store hi' '' ; .Norman's' 'Farm Pr&iiuceSeafoad rr
Steve HayesConstruction, Coif .... {

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-- Building Contractor 4 A Complete BuHdlng Service '
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Starke REMODELING. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL .. 617 Temple;
FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL'INANCINajt. "
OPEN 1:30-7: Mon isle 964-8290 Licensed & Injured ftd M .CO' Hi HI Stove HayesOwner! Ssr ., <
X4 Slimpt WilcunHSUrkt 353 N. Temple 904-UiCll Starke ,.
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Gainesville Buchholz Florida v Georgia 'j:? }
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aFrtet' .1 Sandalwood at Orange Park Jones Funeral Home 'Hurst''s Shell Seiieed';

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS I 210:S.. Temp -'Starkef .964.6 'lQt;,d Jones Convalescent' Services .
24 Hour Wrecker Sor.Mkt ,/ t
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206 W..Madison 964-7200 Starke, Florida 473-3176 Keystone Hgfs*. 9646200Starke- II. : :

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I Byron Worney Tom 'I. Atlanta at'jyew"Orleans '. .',,,, ,}fWq.

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Florida. Bank at Starke 301 IS. -620 if Walnut CHEV-OLDS i

Gas -Oil.Food-Cigarettes -Beer, -Video'Games' J II
105 W.. Jefferson St. Starke
South Carolln..tFlorida State .' III=\SS! [ j jI I I

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II'' iI I Jackson Building Supply- -. Stetr!'Hayes;'ConstraclEonhil' k; .\H..t"!.and"4alnesvlM ."f !1: 103 I


Memphis St. at Miss. St. Terwlflegar Motors J T't nlcsMotor Parts : ., __ _:. c : :_. San. Diego. at PUt.sbqrgh. f ..,;tT fl". i

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Stumps Dept. Store t ,
Custom Uniforms Wider Selection ,. ''*' '.( 1.' .. DENMARK. 'FURNIT.l I,nJ.
Gators Den i: ._;ilHuriFi Shel f Service ....TT :' .: .' : Jf!
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SPORTS < z, u-I, ; 'f 434' W.;,,,4 ._ StreelV, i ;, ;i;f

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STARKE, FL 964-7434 Alabama at.LSIJ
Denmark Furniture hub$ Sport Center I ,.
Cincinnati at .,,
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P p-O > ; [ 301 South .;Starke-964-806fa i 1
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: lb date, you've: .,kind of power company want.W 'w:

D'Used our cash incentive programsto F :>;D'Saved $600 million by bringing our St. Lucie II nuclear r

help pay for 70,409 energy-saving ,, Ff ,;;generating: unit into production in six years instead of the .\: '." ,

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' t than it was ,two years ago. And, if was one of the hottest: \ 0 Maintain and, replace equipment to assure continued,

'summers on'record. r good service to customers. ".'

t, ",0 Average residential electric use actually ha. decreased DAdd the facilities required to keep pacewith Floridasgrowing


.: ,'.0 The"'amount of oil used to generate electricity was j Continue the fight against the dominance of oil (oil

"I I i reduced_.2796?last year., ,prices are,rising again, up 17% in the past few months).

I ,tQurmrkfug together has helped keep FPL rates'in the D Meet-Floridas strict environmental standards.
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COST OF WOO KILOWA ,HQLIRS HOME,USAGE the activities like meter. ;; ,' .
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Detroit, Phoenix and many other ': ::,:::0 I$:' I$122,07 D,Borrow money when necessary -

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'' &tihorit Survey,September:1981)S ) I BALTIMORE :. ".,,, ", ,,, :71.82, 1$92'151Ij" \ :, J I'. ', eI Ott,,,; ."DThe ,Shaded=> Indicate y*FPU .
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Defensive Line-Craig Falstreaux and Jamie Whitehead. These twoled the

Tornadoes In tackles and execution during the game against Int rlachen.
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game "in check." .. ?. ? ,..t\r"r\ 'ilnttrrrl, ,')( ,' J-'I-

Offensive Line-Tommy Johnson and Tony Hill. Both have turned In steady *' )

performances on the offensive line for the Tornadoes and, did well to give the
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quarterback time to pass during the game. '
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Offensive Back-Robert Carver. Carver had his passing game of the season

totalling 69 yard in the air In four completions. Bradford overall totalled over )

too yards in the air. .
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Pvt. n..'. Whitaker. Jf. 'Completes Cannoneer Course f''
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Army Pvt. Damon J. Whitaker Jr., taught the duties of'a howitzer or gun

son of Damon and Shelba E. Whitakerof section crewman. They also received ,
Starke, has completed the basic instruction in communications, .1

field artillery cannoneer course under maintenance and the handling of am : ,: : '

the one station unit training (OSUT) munition and explosives ,. ,, ., ."_!.... t'A .', 't IoI..J t.
at Fort Sill, Okla. He is a ?,. ," '
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1983 Bit S Girls i Team. .V >, '! W:
1983 graduate of Bradford High OSUT is a' program that combines {' ; Volleyball! ...

School. basic training with' advanced individual This Is the (Stiarbn j and lat Slofumt Back row.Coach In fctpd
." 1983 Bradtovd'111gh girls volleyball team that finished their Manning, ; Dixgf, :; ,* Wolf
During the course students, were, training.: season Tuesday afternoon against Clay High. Tammy Ki'URer, Valerie McClourt; Alisha Lung We )"'AIcOougaM..and

They are from (left,to fight)f, front row-Cindy Strickland jUndji, )Lndsey| :yon\ ,,|la Katy Hall. I' ., ? ,,, ",;iff:. ,
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CHRISTINA t, RACKARD, .' "ty
OF INTENTION ,131, Green. Street North, flange West)for ADAMS his .wife, and ,,'1> 'OF INTENTION should; be .mailed to ,' the "JAnM-Klckboeh! Act ,:m.0rmed oif properly awn- the quollflcartons'of the

TO REGISTER Augusta Go 30901 PCS., and run Si, 17-43'W, you are, required to oj MO REGISTER Town of. Booker. at P.O. 'and'the Contract'I Work .'. )1'i d; ""V rite. City! of 'Stark. personal'representative,

FICTITIOUS NAME ....,JOHNNIE poWL1iolong' the Easterly' boundary 'serve .a copy of, your ...\ TCmiOUS NAME < ,Box ,)37j.,,, Brooker HolJrs Standards'Act. on on easements obtained vertue.'or' lufisdlctlon of
ING., 620 W. Adklns of said WV of Block written defenses If any, ',' "t.! 'r Florida 132622befar.Novemb. ,.: Bidders must certify by the City of Stark. th* court.

Pursuant to S.ctlon Str..t. Fl :32091."i '1 South, Rang ,3 West to It on PAUL F. BRYAN Pursuant' to Section .. 8. ,,1933. that they do not,'ond will 'Plans, Specifications, Oft-'I'

B65.09. Florida Statutes, 630.22 feet to"a" Iron 'SWANN AND HADDOCK 6oS.09r. Florida Statute, The"'Town of Brookerreterves' 'not. 'maintain provide ) end other Contract ,JKCTIONS; NOT SO FILED

notice Is hereby given YOU ARE NOTIFIED 'pip. located at the P.A.. Plaintiff' notice Is being given thatthefundersigned. the rlghti to occpt .'for. 'thetr'''employees, any I Documents are, on' file ,WILL.. Be; FOREVER' BARPubMiarton -

that the undersigned. that on action to Southeasterly corner attorney, who. mailing DavidV. or reject, any and all fac) 11'f1.'I'that are and man (>e examined at. IIIO.. 'J!....
Earl' R. Gendreau II. and i Forclosur at' Mortgag thereof: thence N 72MS' address I Ip P.O.. Box 640, i iVarmer and Jon J. bid.. segregated on o basis of the' ,:office of, ,the City of this ,

Wanda Gendreau. joint on th* following descrlb- W, along.' the Southerly Orlando. Florida Finch, 'P.O. Box 23. '.. '<. Linda Robinson" race, color, creed or notional Clerk Stork., Florida 'Notice has begun on Oc- ,. .
owners doing business *d property In BradfordCounty boundary ot sold Block 1 32803-0640. on of before Brbok.l;/'Florida 326317joint4" ; CI.rk.'TClwnofBrooker, origin1', pet Federal and Of the off lee of I... ':fobor 27. 1983.

und.r the firm nom. of Florida: ,. South Rang 3 West, 324 the 23rd day of vn.r., doing Y.qulrements. sent. 'Hammock 3 Personal
GAME ROOM. 353 N. BEGINNING AT ,"ENE feet. ta en, Iron", pip.: November, 1983 and file business o 'under the firm '> '1'1' :',':>: The Old Proposal shall < Ruckman fnc., Can Representative!
T.mpl. Avenue, Stark. CORNER of th* E'/i of th* thence N 0"57'15' W. the original with the '*'name of WATERBED FACTORY of" 10/27'iii"i-t Ztchg: 11/03 b i* mad In triplicate on iiltlna') ,. \and. .,.DesignEi ."STEVEN R. ROBERTS '

Florida 33091 Intends to N'/i of SEII..ol NE'/ Section 669.25 ''''' '0. an iron ,Clerkof this Court elthef ,. Co.Rd. 18, '' d Proposal' form furnish'eo >atnef :00d Cor New Tribes Mlislon
fictitious .29. Township 6 ;.. m tiT "" parat.Squor.. lotiI" ',o. Box 1181
register said pip 'located on the Nor before service on Plain' .Brooker, Fl 32622 Intend v by the '--Owner and / *
name under the South. Rang 22 East and thrly boundary of said ;tilf*., attorney or Im- to register' said He- INVITATION T0 BID ,' "submitted" t6 the City of .Bouleyord,, jockionvllle: ; '!WfYF':7 "',!TMfCMakatlqs"t \, :

aforesaid statute. run thence S. IS feet, CVfc of Block ,V Sou'h.Daed 'mediately' thereafter: 1'//i I ;*tltfous' name under the Ann' ,ii'a.BY..' V ; .J .$orke.;'Florldd.'m a sealed F! ,rldar112)4) ,,, an. and j '";, ii' q ,.MetroManila

this 3rd day of thence ,run W..t 350 Rang*4 West (bing also' otherwise a default will'' ,"" bforeiald statute CITY pF HAMPTON ';'envelope, '' 'marked'Proposal Specification i/-moy/ b* .:.\1,1: lhil1Ip"", n3117

November A.D. 1983 In feet, run S. 50 feet to a She Southerly. boundary be entered against you :;Dated this 18th day of ( 1 1 ( .1 ; ; ;; for;'' (:P8G.FY)2 purchasd Irorn) Bssenl{ P._i fBllt' 1
Bradford County. point of, beginning. of said EV4 of Block I for the relief/ demanded u\7yOctobri' 11/034tchg11/34 Th.nce run Souh'OO North Range 4 W..t) In the Complaint and T Bradford County. POi Bat 250,Hampton ,J Prrtpo'saU ''""shall\ b* Inc., for .lb. sum oft '.t(' .

fuel, ,Ihenc run East 200h.nc.. S 7215' E, along First Amendment to ,,, .10/204tpd 11/10 '. 'Florida 320404.,will! accept : .hv.roc "lo'City Hall, I 30.00fi per let, non," '' Rvpr'esentotlve:
NOTICE OF SALE feet, thence run North 'said Northerly boundary'and Complaint or petition. amj,' sealed written bids by Slorke, "Flortan"' 32O91 'II'<' .''refundable.. /, EUGENE P,SHAW( /y

OF COLLATERAL 10O feet thence run continuing S 7213'E. WITNESS my hand and ''v;' ".. .. ...... mad or hand.delivered either;,' by'' d" I'spreson-- 1( CITY COUNCIL OF THE P.O. Draw1030'
AFTER DEFAULT Went 100 feet to point of along the Northerly the seal of this Court on 'ii/ i 'n'. "--, r to the City Clerk until tatlv'of the Idd.r who CITY OF STARKE, StarkeFt 32O91

beginning. boundary of Mid Block' I October 1 14/ 1983. \ l/ IN THE COUNTY 5iOO, p.m, en Friday; I shall, obtain p' receipt ,fit.QRIt> A. ,, Telephone: ((904)i. )

TO: CLAUD H. STONE A 'ALSO:, Commence *t South Rang 3 West, GILBERT S. BROWN _\ COURT OF /November... 1993, foe ,th.r.for.I'1. ; r'or by 1 10/27 Stchg 11/03 964-5701
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ASSOC., INC. d/b/a NE Corner of EVi of N'/i 537.38 feet ta FOB CLERK Of THE COURT ''F DWALCOUNTY( I the following: : ? registered Walt with receipt Fr':r )....A+htf if /"I 'i.,, 10/27 Jtchg 11/03

GARRARD JOINT of Sf'4 of NE'/ ; Section 1 Parcel II: That portion By: Beulah M. Moody ..! iSE NO. 83-389-CC I" lllei Insurance "f,! 'Urn. ), re- 1 .',?.. IN THE CIRCUIT
VENTURE 29 Township .6- South 'pf said WVi ot Block Deputy Clerk :t IIt'1 icovorog for!, two full- 1I".t.d':1/ "*( 'IN THE CIRCUIT .. COURT OF THE
Rang 22 East.,Run West ;" '" time lave enforcement The proposal ''shall b.:'' ICQURTOF flORIDA.,." "' f
P.O. 16634 West.Ty.
: ;
Box ;,North. Rang. :3 'G1NtR !TtlRE L N' Ilr!" ;M-2 Ir..ttT"JUDICIAL;
20O feet" thence run 'Copy furnished to; (,i officers the City. In the 'accompanied1 bid '''"1 ?') 'tIIt'' BGwTH'JUDICIAL'I I" '
Nlmltz Station leg South ,of 0 graded "RUBBER Oy.,) San Antonio Texas South 1 IS f** to a point rood\ known as Market t Swan and .,Haddock, I'' "- _'!4. l { amun.> of $2 .OOO pr ; ',vr'securlty'{ in1'enamount". ''CIRCUIT!'!' IN AND FOR 8RADFOROCOUNTY: ,
78216 ... .' Cot _ginnInG,' thnc run Rood: :'-,also' that .portion r ...A.1"*! ,1.. 61th d/&lENERA ,nl .OfflassIos'r< iltC"ld.n'ol'Y' 4 ,?"' not) lets than five percent ''d'> ''BRADFORD COUNTY' "" Ir,;,.. "FLORIDA
;y. West 50 feet, thenc run of said eVt 'of'. Block 1 .0.10..640 'TIREsERVICFu"""" or ) 7.fdeothor,. S50.OOO per ofnUcer ." (S'of) the bid,omount;'.,' M., 'VO'ay "Io1"'n..fLOtllDA" 'eu. f -'Joii ts0.63-14i'.

and South 50 leer thence run North; Range 4 West.lyIng Orlando. Florida ''olntlHjfI f! ",'tt', coverage 'for S East 50 feet thence run South, of sold rood 328020640iO204tchg "!!, ..t'-J"tI,4 'I h" ( unlawful and Int.ntionar'Jiilling the forrrt'ot, a certified; CASE NO. 83-432-CA! .1' -flI1kER'AitJIOt/Ei' ( /

BERTRAM GOTTFRIED North 50 font fa point of and East of a Northerly 11/13 GEORGE OdETZMAN' "'" as par) Session check': or'coshler's check. and HELEN F.'JONES\ ,
157 Churchill I Street beginning.., prolongation of the ,Individually' end Law 83. S. titled or( a kolvent national 011state \. INTHE MATTER OF ..PlalntiH
TOGETHER 'WITH A "Florida Law Enforcement bonk; ''Or, a Bid bid" THE ADOPTION OF '
Satellite Beach. 33937 of Lvs'ROBERT. '
Westerly? boundary ,
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RIDGEWA'v
1974 MOBILE Parcel' Lit d/ba GOETZMANCONSTRUCTION ,Officers and Ih' the form provided, o4EBRAJAYNE'OHNS'NOTICE; ( ; jJoATTEN.
IN THE CIRCUIT COM.PAN"t'II"'I't
HOME I.D. No. RG '1298 -
Firelighters Death the Contract Documents, I.scbt.d t \
GARRARD JOINT at public sole, to the 'Defendapt
VENTURE 60 long. highest bidder for cash COURT OF THE Benefit Act." bv'..... Bidden, J! OF ACTION ,I"' > ,!

201 El Cerrlzo has been filed against at the front door ol the EIGHTH IN AND JUDICIAL FOR .:i Bids will .b* opened on 1 and o' qualified surety,. v' W.l J 1 .v#NOTiC6P ;"C'tION ,
CIRCUIT
/ '
San Antonio, Texas you and you ar. required Bradfotd".Coun" Courthouse q NSTICE Tu.lldaV'> ;.Nov.mb.r 8, 'pavable-tol th., City ofStorke <> ,' "",1Ot, JAMES iOHNSQN TROPERTYJ r
BRADFORD COUNTY
78232 'to serve a copy of your .tilni, Starke, "I" OF"SHERIFF'S .I983at a public\ meeting ,' Florida, ""j) h, ""JiQG. R".ld.IlfiJn..n. /./ .J f t 'Mt,'40 r ,
written defenses. If FLORIDA' SALE Interesred "' 'This Bid security shall 'I .... '
any Florida.'between' 11:00 ACTION ..f th. City Council. tot ROBERT J. BATs\
CIVIL +
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE to it on WM A. BESSENT. A.M.and, 2:00 P.M on "u 1 NXJTICfj1Sw tar vt* i parties may obo 'K serve as a guarant'thof **, ,.;1 JiYOUARE! HEREBY \'TEN.'V) j1.
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that alter the 1st day of ,111, BESSENT. MOODY a the /i17th..a day of. ,. "CASE NO,83.370-CA HEREBY \aIn,, additional Informo'tion.fromthe ,' :\' th* Bidder will not, r' NOTIFIED that,..on. action i "; ''lOt," ARE' NOTIFIED jjj
403 West | GIVEN thd ,r.r Dolph E. '*''"' ., of DEBRA 1(
SALZMAN Clerk! "
trim few Adoption "
'iCvtlhdVaw th -
City '
eom- S
D.c.mb.r 1983 the November 1983. ; ;WP'. 1 hq*, ?onP''o-ctlon '0'
[>. MOORE R.ddiaLShoriff of Brad "
nd..lgno'd. G.orgla Street P.O. Bon; : BROWN at th. above address orby '* T'petltlon.' oftercthe r ,J"YNfiJOHNj! has beerf\\ ,
CHARLES GILBERT ,land his wife, Florida and open .o'c1..c. """ >00" Agree- i\\-i
GARRARD. shall sell, or 1056. Stark, Florid"" J-,AS CLERK, OF ford County ? telephone' ((904)-) f Ing1 of bids. tend In th* filed/ agalnstyou-andyou menr for ,Deed' for thU5)
MYRTLE MOORE, and virtue of "' ,
32091 before w, under by a ..6a.120l ((904) '" t''ev.nt'' "the required ,(ta> aervee' '
or ) Contract IS'a .arw
Intends to sell, at privatesale 11.,.." Woe SAID BOARD, PlaintiffsAT '" Execution folowng''ptbp.rty) \ tn''Bradford' )
17. 'A.DW 19t1, and III., Writ; ofllt ,4682651. worded i 'the Bidden .of written
to 'copy
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of
all of the assets M fly .uahM. Moody JOUr County 1.
of '
GARRARD MOLD COM.th... original"!' with th* ,. Clerk ,, r I heretofore Issued out ,Th. City rss.", .. th* he will 'withih ten (10)) defenses, I ta If. on 'Florida' : t.a
Clerk of this court either 10/134tchY ,n HELEN SANFORD the r' above-entitled right to reject and all thereafter" the Petitioner attorney, .1f '?
days execute
PANY, lawtey Bradford 'I I J/q\:\ and. abovestyled any The' North' 'A of the?
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before service Court. lnthe and, Old.
plain.
on whs.
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the Home
Florida In. ? bids. Contract Agreement ?
County ) lrowlhf.d..trlbod .proj j
tiffs Immediately DELORES HIBDON cause: have levied Lola A': BE$,, ,
cluding, but not limited attorney or ., Williamson and furnish the required1\ dress l I. WM. p.rI\I
thereafter; ''NOTICE Defendant upon the" following' property Clerk SENT. Ill, ESQUIRE.BES. |
to. i City Performance" Bond and A parcel) df 'land In the,
otherwise a default will OF INTENTION situate, lying and JO'l211.chg' 1 1OSV ,' Payment Bond, and In- SINT, NjpoDYt tBt.SALZMAt4t403 1, :
1. All I OF ; 'SW'/4\ '6f SW' of Section
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.nt.red TO REGISTER NOTICE ACTION' '
blocks and :::.toJd b* against you being In' Bradford! Coun' H' di. ',/,;: ( surahc*;;:/falling which : 'W.at'l: ,.I''f* 'I'TowVwhrp 6 South i i'Ntanp
for the relief demanded FICTITIOUS' NAME ." .. 1\ "'t 1Floridal..wlt; ; ; A ,I''"' > ".0. BaM HI05 !r ;
located > 'the < secllrity' shall i ( .o.glaoS.r..t. ; '
equipment at TO! fJortr1 I IO'' 'R, ""*- 72' fast, Bradford J
SAN- ;
th. "ELEN J. xw Thw Ed.d'i4 of Florida
In
GARRARD MOLD COM complaint. 'CDBG-FY 82 PROGRAM. :'become'the broperty of &,, taf" 8 8Ing"
DATED this 6th day ofOctober Pursuant to Section FORD., ,730 Dougherty' Half (N'/ )"'of Southeosf'Quort.r ,' .CITV;; OF STARKE. the City OIl' liquidated :3209J and, file the '' .TCbunty., yorflcularlf{,
PANY near lowt.y.Florida : more" !
,
1983. 865.09 Florida Statutes, Street Webb City. (6114)( of Nor prlgiftal clerk af '
A.D. with; the > "
.. FLORIDA\ 1Io' '
lA' il d |
; ( :.domogess fsirlTasdllbs follewsp'Cotnh
2. A 1972 International GILBERT S. BROWN notice I*; .hereby given Missouri 64870. theas Ouarter (NE'of) j STREETS, DRAINAGE"1' ,.... i reserves the above-styledt i 4-oUrt "'. + Oner' ol theRoVthw6stthrner

truck ((10.wh..I.r.. 24 Clerk of Circuit Court that" the .undersigned ,YOU ARE NOTIFIED Section 18,''Townstilp', ... AND WATER : (h a right! to 'require tholcc..ful' on ,or before' DecembvrtAi ,: + of the'-3;j
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Martha E. Struth Richard E. Clemens and, that an action to cancel South. Rang 22 East. w '" .
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By: .\ Bidder file / ,)983otherwisealu4g.mpnt '
$ to '
,LMPI OVEMENT 't
foot' body): ( ; 'SW1; 6*. 'SVVW of thl
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> foreclose contract
A. l.r. and
a 15
Judy pI> Joint 'of
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Exclusive 'A.D.pu"CI.rk ; Consisting rep, proof'of his ability to, | marb( : {
3. right to 10/34tchgU/03! lowners-,doing business' ,for deed on'the following< mar* or Ibis. and ". INVITATION,TO BIDDERS properly finance and execute ."'*....; gist! yftuvtofitho. oloredescrlbed township .ctlant and v
the of h. name and and rang
vse under the firm name ot "' .crlbod'prop.rtY' In' *' '" Wlj.r'lcularl'd..erlbod the relief! demanded In "
of "GARRARD ..... mor "I prefect./ ;' run thence North!;
goodwill --- STARKE ROOFINOt P.O. ( : County. : ,
jn the Official. the ,'ij'orrlp.lqinl' at .pell.1tlon. '
MOLD COMPANY"; and Bradford iNotle I I. "hereby given itogefh.V'With his record. : 003'20" Eos al distance' ,
Box 705. Stork., Florida '
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Records .of' Brodf4rdCounty Stork .ucce4aulcalnpl.tion... .
4. All contract armarketing ,I IN', THE CIRCUIT 32091 .* ?Intends; to lots ,, ..:; and 16, or 1tt" Book 311. at ;jFlorldov;,hql.tM.plyof,will receive*.' ''of ref similar1 proiectt, .The "I" .WITNESS my hand and 'of 672.84 feel for Point Point of of8.rJlnittrrg J'BJOlnnlrtfl.'From
/
privilegeswhich I ., COURT FOR .registersaid, fictitious a portion ol the North Vi Pqge527fflS': sealed .bid., In th* City Owns rtsrvs the right'' the. seal of told Court onOctober { I.d..crllto J
are th. propertyOf e. BRADFORD COUNTY, Home under the of Block 3,,,of Hampton; "" e.thgl' bl the 24. 1983.GILBERT / ( 'hll' |
GARRARD MOLD |>rpperty Council ? >amb..*, City, 'to waive/ Informalities in ed',' con'lnue< North]
FLORIDA
aforsald statut. >\t > Florida In Section 30, Defen'dantlonjthat 'Halt, ,Stark. Florida any bid and to reject any S. BROWN, distance 5 5f
Eoo' 0
COMPANY. '. I Itt CIVIL DIVISION Dated this 12th day o(, .Township t South, Range / o""th'l 3209H'until'2.00 o'clock"on 1 "or all b14.'er'IO reodvef- i.ASCtWK'' '," b-03'20'

The above stated properties : ,,d.!CASE! NO. 83-39 October. A.D.. 1983 (,,, 22. .East, Bradford Coun- 14th .day of Nov.mbert. the, Hth day 'if' 'sAword'wll, | be made, (Mt't. .OF SAID COURT( > 9oq.00'f.4t' to a North point:1'run
sold thence( .
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or. being > ?
'" Bradford County, ,ty. lorlda.. 1983V'' Monday, at pee", '. Nov.mb.ci'f983 'tH.Copstructton std th*lowest responsible BY: Beulah Mi Mood! ,I 9, 3'S9" East dlstar.c|
default under < '
after your FLORIDA BANK AT Florida. a !
TOGETHER: with one fOld day of I Bidder1 A'' >. !
Sales } o stock noon on '. :the, ; 'e successful !! 'pf'4f10.001eet to a point]
.1/1""
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that cerjaln < ;
Agreeement dated Plaintiff STARKE., 10/20/tpdit IIO, 1973 Guerdon mobilehome. ; on th* pre>nls4 ofhe.( Streets ,Drainage and I ', ; Bidder fo wham the ton j'1 ,1 qIP 4tchg still, 'ru'nV-Jhenc:. South
,. ....... having Identification 'Bradford County ift'*. tWaterjImprovement trocf'hiw' been awardeii-n r""
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t. 1982 between off. /f* wl >.. ; :; 'O'03"30'i'WIat'q dist
January .
CRCUT'r'i'
the above named addressees v "COOPER .Na+..?,2023U and 'OIf1c..1II" forsole" The( ,oil,. bids \willbe'! ;, '"stiall'i,'igitrthe Contiaot ," N 'R,/,;4 IN THE :: i'oiaoOfeet'loapolntf., ; \

and Charles BOB L. I H ,, IN THE CIRCUIT' 20251 R.'has tmdscl! to", )h* ;."!'!;' S1gr6emeht. ".(IillI' ''J ) "! ,a Wlti.u'000RTFOR. ">." 'th.iic* s<4"' fh, vptyy
and eth.rsv
qg .aloudland .
ecord.1. '
Garrard, Jr. by reason of rl. COURT OP THE .been filed again Mghesf bidder fan cash : "monte'Sbnd and ,Payment I '.,. IRAD.FORD COUNTY)' 'v' ''West rf :alstanca of 400.

failure to make the Defendants.. vN EIGHTH JUDICIAL'your you and you are required In hand, f the abov ..,. titer. above construe- Bond and oIherte.qulrd"'t.rtificatesl t,t ftiis-'C I'FlOHtDA'1 fees, (ti ''plnt of Begin"'
t'iJ:' 1'111 .'CIRCUIT BRADFORD'' 'ita serve a copy of your described f t'propolltv' ,aslb. 'tloo-wiU/ be located In theNortheast \ ;,Jr. ,, t '.11. PROBATEOIViS10StI"' ''Ina.i' ;, j
du.on ..
January payment that 1983.was t NOTICE' OF AU .:;:.'..*: 9rt, .'Hi! .COUNTY, FIORIOA'?! : written dof....... If any. pr"'Y of the,(fold ,, area of.th* CIty '- { jextupllcat" and 'retMrm ,'v," ,",)llNumbr83-B5.CP'," ":\Ticfs ba'e' tffll04( again ,
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i ta It an JOSEPH E. SMITH. satisfy' fold, Flnrjdo : the" './ .... documents '" 'hire.
Defendant "
:
/s/CHARLESGARRARO NOTICE I ish.r.byla '''CIVIL ACTION N ? $ ul,Staili*. /0. j iyl' i3 i, yetk .I t '" "' 83-228-CA Plaintiff attorney ,.'1 >, the ixoect| consists 11.1Mk 'f 'Iwithln'wit' (10) days at. { IN RBt ESTATE OF' ,1.0 ...tlf! d'copy of
DUDLEY. HARDY. P.A. the given that, pursuant Judg.m.n.to r: whose address I II Post ExseuHDOLPH E. REDDISH Aonetructlon of ,apt ''the date of their receipt, ,,?, EATRIC( ROBERTS' ;: '.n'd/ .. .....*; It amjlVit'criiheplolntilf'si
Filial
"" I 19 Office Sox 1 117. Branson SHERIFF proximately 1,375 llnal The successful, Bidder '
By: John H. Jon.., Esq entered In"'co.. number FREEDOM SAVINGS AND ) i dDeoeos.d, (
"" >< Florida 32621. on or \ 8R.NJFOIIDCOUNTX"1 feet ,ofnev, pavement shelf, furnisha separate ,. ,, ,.. '
s'4 I'
Of Counsel 8329n the Circuit LOAN ASSOCIATION, ? 'a)" I. ? 'ij1 > ) /f. 'fo>ney,, who*name. c
P.O. Drawer 1030 ( Brodford ,;1' .'C'J.' uV'WILUAMl. ,before N6vmbr 19, gym? "': r'1 FlOJlltl .seal ..wlhrelated Performance ,S.ncho" , .NOTICE'. "" dd'Jtt/ 'TERENcekMi t tHKTOWNi )
Court o{. Cayjv ,, PlonkN 1983 and til. the ,1tv204tshg/1,0{) ,-rfroirtage! cleanlna.ulelevlilnaand + Payment Band. yacK4Ofs >OF AOMINISTRATION'cr Tomb
Florida 32091 ; ? sq.
Starke. .'', Florida, I will cell .the .original with th* Clerk of ::1 I Internally'Wont \Hhlch ythol| b.'IOttoH,, r ; ,
I
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j\.i'-J ? y
((904)) 9645701Attorney u. ft //t \ ; 'I 1" yrp1J iE JdoH Brown.!!fA..' t
yiE
situated In,,. either before I S 01l.1' .
property Court GAL Hi
for '', :. KING, this ., ? '.11' sealing 1.323 linealt, 'amodofnot less thaw one, Tbe.9dminlstrotiol fOHUe'0rower' '
Bradford County: ,' service on Plaintiff attorney .' '' I""' "i"" \tto.'. ., ,(, FeeUtof ; t 'hundred: percent {IOOHI. i\ltoei\ of lEA TRlti'<>r1' .- '
Charles Garrard .fc.ef. af.r ., ,,. ., I '11"', <' ; : + grevity.aevistjLJ ; / estate ,\'kMlr.ror'do;) l ,,3209t
Florida l described OK i t or Immediately I' InsuranceTown' the 'of M Contract! dit&( f '
10/202tchg 11/03 Defendant, ov.f 'The' City" tsrve. ) omnujiti +,t! IROSEI1TSI4.ceas '.. sI "br rrr"'o.c.m
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Two; parcels of land. ?,1" d i,, nINTHECIRCUIT thereafter otherwise> .. .. .lot Marnb !kv; i '? '.,:>< 8J.IS.C': riIi TU(t. E
4 compromising portion ff default will be entered I .. ;with'rh_ Ownr Ctrcwlf- i wl h theci.
advertis. that M .
.1.IiOTIt.EOFACTIgN: ..IT( ) 10' $ 0.DOOpdawh'r ., /or' tote{ ,., !Ij () rMsndlng.'Jn| ths \ "oVVj-lnnl. ,
." of the W'/i of Block egalnst, you for the relief' *"' benefit' to' a'Lew e..Jcrcr. Wwhtehevei1. may be M )I' '/''htl* "obtained 'ort4/ WIIl '1\\It'' ;wCflurt far Bradford: Court' this Court, ,either b"I..rvNe

COURT OF FLORIDA $outh.llong.3W..trth. '"TO' :' 'LAFETRA M.: demanded In the'som- ;*!, meni'pfficlirwhollede.r. l i-baat.lhti(...... VJM'. "wky's !; : I it,f. "o'/iil'1l1'lI./ ,,ha "?faux, d j1\\ ''',,F\\a.. Divl)* i ..on. plaintiff'f',
EIGHTH JUDICIAL EV* of Block h South.. 'WALTERS; Residence: plaint (tr petition Ild.l tloltyl'0'' ''''roit.ttfW W t:Thi Jpfoi-I' ktt': 'JP*' .1 M'Wot' kmerrs ,Compsmsayt: );;,,A I' '.J......." the ddr... of ".'lerneypr) Immed'lfthereafter /''
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Range 4 West: the E'/i of Un WITNESS my hand and llanoliy i killed( !/wh'no' ) financed, totally by a, 'tio&'If.utantd" Ownor''lj, i I'AjlVhlch I Is tradfotd County :. oihrv\
BRADFORD COUNTY Block t North Range 4 := the seal I of this Court an from. the'Ouportmenl Protection Insurance .V' '
;
Stark
of''his Federal ((rant i.Cevr.lauiv. wilt .
West and the W'/i of E NOTIFIED th* the performance ear) default, bit :f nt|
Civil DepartmentCASE FLORIDA Black I North. Range 3 an action to foreclose, ajnoTtoogo October 17. 1983.GILBERT S. BROWN. dr"..: i%: 'poyidod by, I; 'of Housing Public and Private 'ftorldo. The) name and against you for the t
'and Urban Developmonl liability and .PropertyCoinage addresses of the demanded
pr-
on tha following In the
NO. 83-390-CA West; all In Simon J. Clerk of the Circuit Section 12n19'FlotdaBtosutetf. ? and shall referred to Insurance Inadequate ,sonatreprssentatlve" and .
Bradford"County. plaint or petition.WITNESS
Temples Subdivision,jie.per property''' Court : surd
HUD'Pojecr amount
as th*' personal repres.n.atI'rn *
EVA BORROR and.BORROPi thereof record-: Florida. 10/2oltchg! 11/13 AND my hon ,.?
plot .
B82'bN12aCOS.Blddwi 'boy; tha> life of the Contract ( s set
attorney ore the seal. of said Cout
, i? Al; EN E. ;: I In DM h isbond M .of public reooroVlj *H ttfcM*. 24J3,, q'rae- .',., ,.. Th : shall November ], 1983.
r Contractor
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'*. BCT Starr Writer, then ought their way down a hillside where the young C J ITv ViT
"I wasn't scared until I realized there were Ranger caught the lint glimpse 01 their goal the Island' j SH wwoliitisifSai/tei/i

people down there: shooting at us, trying to kill, medica' university, located. about, :as meters, .from" flee .I'tN'y' ,fuy i ) att >ka 'rf's, > 6;,,iy t? av.rt sz+,69 >i fi( a.sA,4y '. r 4 0 JJ2i _*2i2 x r
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r. "1:. ..Ted Greenly, U.S. Ranger ."The Cubans: seemed to leave the school alone, even ',
before we reached the building and secured It," Greenly i 4
The powerful engine of the huge C-130'transport planes' 'said. "I think they knew it would be the first place we would .

droned steadily through dark skies as. dawn began to break go. The students were tremendously relieved to see us..

over the Caribbean Sea. They had all heard we were coming the day before which' -. '
Inside the three aircraft were over 600 beavily armed U.S kind of suprised\ us a little. I didn't get to meet them until Marine helicopters ,yt ;$ 4
fighting men members of the Army's elite Ranger bat later on when we brought some of our wounded In for first ..5 land and '" > y
Ullonu Their destination on that deceptively calm Sunday aid. They were pitching in and really doing some hard work secure Ax .

morning* Grenada. taking care of our wounded They worked throughout the P Pearl AirportParatroopers
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22-year-old Ted Greenly, a 1980 Bradford High School first day and night." ,
graduate, is a member of the Ranger unit that landed on ?

Grenada last week as U.S. forces invaded the small islandto Hillside CombatIn rZ 4; .. ', '*4,1 3s O .
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rescue American students trapped in the aftermath of a ,! ,,",'iJ, ....4t' it; i '" iilfi:
Cuban-backed the meantime the battle for the hillsides was beginn ,v. ; >> ,""; ,
military coup. It would be the first real "ac .. 't'. "'i.' "." ""'.''<'' '\ j.; \ .
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tion -.he and the other men on that crowded plane had ever n ''1. : ,
r'It was a real search and destroy mission, similar to 'Carbbia'o'eaYfs; ( "'
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from Hunter (an Air Force Field in Savannah, up \ :' ,.' : $ \ !' '
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the Telegraph offices early this week"After we got the had bunkered themselves In under houses and buildings ,, (', ,'oyL'a .... >
''word that we were going to Grenada and we were going to and they were firing at us as soon as we started moving ill'.'' t ; $
'see action, the adrenalin level in that plane rose 100 per- We moved up the hills insteps one group of men laying < 4
cent; We were so glad they were finally going to turn"us down suppressing fire at different targets while another J: ,

loose and let us do our job. We didn't get scared until our ,small group advanced. Then the group that had moved the ,' $: secure Point ; 'x.F. >3 :
plane started taking fire right.over the airstrip.'" furthest ahead would begin firing while the other group ;: s
The three planes roared over the coast of the small island ''moved ahead of them." .1 4 Salines A Y. r
with pinpoint precision. The Ranger's mission' was to Five men la Greenly's outfit were killed that first day and L ? 'i I
parachute over the island's small airstrip, secure it from 'some 30 of them were wounded, most of them from AfC.47' ... :International ft ,

any hostile Grenadian or Cuban troops, then advance to a 'fire from concealed bunkers and tunnels under houses. ,Airport
small medical college located nearby; and rescue: over 350 It was on that hill-clearing mission that Greenly saw,and
medical students !trapped insiderAircraft ,fired at his first Cubans..' It was quite an experience.
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"You've got to experience It to believe what comes over
Fired On' person In that type of situation Ted said."People you Telescope

can't see are firing at you from ail angles and the mission is r OIir
"W. were In the second 'plane coming i in the
overt ,
to advance right Into it. Rangers don t dig in and we didn't*
airstrip" Greenly said. 'We bad cardboard
the
taped over
''There of
was no time to think about the consequences pulling -
windows to black out the lights from our windows, but I
that All hve do is to of
trigger. you to see a couple your
guess a C-130 makes a pretty big target. even at night,,
buddies get killed and you realize r its either you or them. I
because they opened up on us as soon as we flew over. We
shot one Cuban under a house who was blasting away it us.
.took some heavy'cannon fire, you could hear shells exploding
land another on a hillside who had been firing at us for over
right outside' the plane, and the first and third .
30 minutes, and he was a damn good shot. They didn't hold
planes veered off to attempt another. We" made the us back. Our mission was to deer the communists off that

by ourselves right Island and rescue those students and that's exactly what wedid. ,
Green ,
and his fallow Rangers landed In the middle of '
the airstrip at 6 a.m. and Immediately began encountering : "I didn't really think about killing anyone until t got back
tierce reflsUnceThe airstrip was. nestled at the bottom of ,home 1 had alon.I(WIc wi tdthotht it t I U1I4k -
a valley with (,itftep hiUtJWnrounding lUnLUureo sides,'giv 'LOrdWilltO'gtVE"M'<<, .f1..F"! "" ,i".... "'.-. ''' .;:;;70, ,
r log the Cubans a perfect place to fire from '
.x The hillside cIMlrttjrfcJieWoir! & t1iJed all through the
,The Rangers had no way of knowinj that their element of ,Blgbt) the Rangers continuing tp take casualties but dealing. a r. ws 4 2Zi
.U rIMr.' titan Important, In an operation like this,' had '
out much more than they took, according to Greenly. ,
been ruined'when a hxxe-talklng diplomat from Barbados t -'
"The darkness was a mixed blessing at best because we St George's University "
inadvertantly tipped off the Cubans two days before. :
didn't have the element surprise we thought we would '
'.'We made a standard airdrop at 500 feet and I came he said "They knew the landscape and we didn'UThat's II'big Medical School
down right In the middle of the landing strip,right out In the In combat situation." ,
advantage a I ,"' '. .. ,< ,,, "" ',.'
open, which was really where I didn't want to lie.The first Greenly says those long hours In the thick undergrowth of / "

thing I heard after I hit the ground was AK-47. (a Russian, 'the hillsides were unlike anything be has ever experienced.; U.S. Target...
made machine gun) fire coming down on us from the hills.
total didn't know .
combat situation. We
tit was a exactly.where
Then they started firing a heavier ZPU (a russian-made the Cubans located how there' .Starke Ranger'Ted Greenly and his unit parachutedover surrounding hills as they moved to secure the medical
were or exactly many the Silkies International Airportlower( left) and school to the east of the
four-barreled anti-aircraft cannonwhich- can also be runway.
In that around the You advancing
were area airstrip. Just keep
deflected and fired at ground targets) down at us,Greenly; until you meet some resistance usually a few troops engaged Cubans combat at the landing zone and In the ,
said. "You could see tracers coming down 'from the
would open up at you as soon as you got about 100 yards fired a rifle grenade at the lead vehicle. I watched and that Greenly's unit slept on the ground the second nightevery
hillsides right at us. We weren't about to sit on that airstrip
like sitting ducks so we began returning fire and started I away, ''and.lt..was.. "pitch.blac. .. ,I.ty.:8I.IISht: I'll never round Just bounced off the top of the turret and exploded.We ( third man remaining awake on watch throughoutthe
forget" had of bad moments when It didn't seem as if ) until they were shipped back to Hunter the next
making a sweep up the airstrip. It "a. pitch black, the sunhadn't eeynight
Dawn broke over the beleagered Island to find the we had enough fire power to stop them." .
come up yet,and we bad a hard time pin-pointing exactlywhere Rangers in firm control of the situation except for an area I A 90 millimeter recollless cannon was quickly brought to We got back on that C-130 and I can tell you that batallion

AK-478>I don't most fire tracers of the,'There fire was were coming rounds from kicking because'aUaround' at the point of a slender. peninsula which was, still In Cuban. within firing range as the armored vehicles approached. was on a real personal high from our first real fighting experience
'
until started up hands.. F'The first couple of rounds hit the tires and blew them out ," Greenly says. 'We were a lot more serious than
laying some fire
us Into those.we hills" suppressing" Cuban Counterattack:', the sides," Greenly recounted."Then we brought up a LAW we had been going there because of the men we lost but I

backup The airstrip' was secured 'relatively quickly, as the 'light anti: -tank weapon! a rocket powered, shoulder! fired would! say the morale in our unit Is sky-high right now..

Cubans evidently didn't feel as if they could hold the area, Unknown:'to: the> Rangers," the Cubans had gathered, modern relative of the iMUoub), punched a big hole in that the keyed-up rangers were given anti-stress pills after

for.,long In the'face1 of the, superiorfirepower .of, .the! together three Russian-made armored personnel carries' lead vehicle, and the second BRPM ran Into the rear of the angle"combat zone, pills the entire unit "out
American assault (BRPM's). armed with rapid firing cannon) and machine. first one.>All chaos broke out. We were firing at anything like "
: guns, to make one last ditch stand. moving at that point there must have been 20 or 30 dif What ever it was it did the job, Ted said. "It would

*:' f Navy Planes Attack "They were out on that strip of land with nowhere to 10,"' ferent guns on them by then because we didn't know if there have been impossible to sleep after that even though"Ihadn't
j : .,Greenly said.,"We were expecting some sort of counterat- were any more back there or not. The third BRPM revers- closed my eyes In 36 hours. We were too excited
"li was a real Invasion,:' Greenly says "Navy,fighter- tack but we didn't know they had those '. ed and tried to escape but .we blew his tires too and he Greenly said training exercises he and his unit had
bombers were coming in what seemed to be an endless finished helping secure an area when I heard = came to a.top.Then the Cuban troops inside jumped out 01 undergone in Puerto Rico the year before had made a

stream..They would swoop down low over our'heads then' that the BRPM s were coming, and they were, s the hatches and tried to escape That was a bad mistAke, tremendous difference, and possibly saved some lives.
j drop in under the tree line on their targets and let them small dirt supply road at lull power with all guns firing. they should have surrendered, because we waxed them
have it: There was tremendous amount of noise, explosions "We fired 0 ',\f-1611 at them but the bullets wouldn't good. After that, it was mainly a matter of clearing. snipersout Please See... Invasion
gunfire and grenades,all through those early hours/'' penetrate the armor Then a friend of mine stood up and, ,of buildings and cliffs. pale IZ

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Perede. this. crowd pleating annual event I I.' favorite": 'of botn musicians In the Soviet Union, who .
KHHS Hemocomlng a left Russia ten yean ago for freedomIn 1 : t _
our and old and I begin Friday! November 4 or IS. In Height .
; ,p.m.; Keyiteno!. ,, \: the West, will be the highlight and -
'conclusion of ,
'- an outstanding season In '
HIppodrofiM. Flint Gob, feature o"variety of film of.a cc..nporury| nature each rrl- Starke for the Santa'' Fe Community t",., '
lay tend Saturday,nightot.lho Unlv.rslty of Florida ; ?< "' .".". Festival! of the Perform- t Jjt: it '' ,....
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w'.w\! :1I'irD'1 ':;" 'h"l'' Thursday evening,. Nov. 10, with his ,
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,Th. CalnMvllln, Community Ployhou.. opens Itt production of on Alan/ Aycfcboum I her own right.,. .The concert,a will pianist be at 8 :: [, ... iIIL
comedy Absurd Person Ilng' or,"and will run through Nov; 12 hold' Oct. 71-33: on* mile.. ,p.m. Jn.the Stark Woman's Club. '
south of take Itutlw on highway .21.Tkk.t.are W on Friday.' $7 Saturday and $4 on merit Lvov graduated with honors ,

Sunday., p.f "mfef It ooshdm.fH.7p.tn.-7p.m.Sot.. noon-.midnight. ,. !.. Sun.'IItT..I : 'State
.p'II. ."" y 1 ..., *" : i- "y.w. .M> ** "- from the Moscow Conservatory _
o.m.-4: r; and won the Beethoven Competition:
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in Moscow in 'IMA.' performed
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''and China, appearing aa soloist with

t' @) -tAP- ,the Moscow Philharmonic and was

l'.". -", .. ... .;.;. 'O' .J, "., ,. ;' --H, v." ; "."f".". ,,dassea appointed at the rrof..ort Moscow Conservatory.In Master.
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.{ :' Are" yttfial realHRj i '19 1: he ,, was awarded ,the.;;
r ; .pMafatsui. award oT-Itonored Artist!
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,,,., h R( Ute B-S: e$l 6ft? ::1I :1/ year leave struggle for Jerusalem was, where permitted be is currently to.

II, 'ar.II. the Professor. of Piano at the
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) .'. ,' .' lug the Moscow Beethov* Compete '
... l WI' j Uon and in 178 was awartfsd the In-: .
i./ I" '. .. .: '\ ternatlonel'Alex.des Vrles Prize-in '
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'" y' Y J' ,' ''Belgium where. she with tederusareiSymphosypsvyram i"* chiding reception
had a command; .
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I' She has aIM appeared a* a soloist feature great Russian composers, in 'After "the,' concert, the Starke great International artists.

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Lake Region Monitor Editor figurines and personalities thRenaissance "I made something one day out'01_ Fair In Melrose 1'h t
modeling that had and Tyrholm flrsl t
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a nose big otdclayatt
piece is made out a rub
bulging. eyes and it made my son ber mold is poured. He then fills Ux I
laugh said ,
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Rick.Tyrholm .
; molds with a water expandable I
And that is }how the "Critter" was polyester material called Aropal I
born. combined with a a mix hardener.
.. After the little)figurines dry they an I
Now makes little:
Tyrholm" more then stained to look like wood. Then I
"Critters "Creeps. "Cozy Fortes"and 1+
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Barrels"than could goes '
"Cheeky you To create the different per.
shake a stick at. And all these come adds
sonalities Tyrholm either a.
out oi 12x30 mini-warehouse in. -
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over Florida, in.California-and are-' ? 'We nurses every occupations t, A dY,. 1 4 n
doctors We
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: soon to go nationwide,says Tyrholm. have a dirty old man that holds a

"I have the capability of turning out Playboy magazine" Rick said. "We ; : i : :
1.000 'Critters' a week." says, have a Red Neck "and an' Oldtimer
Tyrholm of his singled-handed pro that carries a cane. t4
duction line. He says it would not be "There is one to remind you of someone -,
difficult to expand his copy-righted ; you know" he added noting
operation as he gets more accounts. that some -of'' his Critters -are
The business, called COuntryside barefooted' some wear sneakersVsome
Designs began in his parents'garage roller skates sandals or cowboy
in Lake Geneva Estates last January. boots.
:Although the operation outgrew the The Cheekie Barrels have also
Tyrholm garage and- moved to become popular item in the line and'
Gainesville where Rick lives with his one of his best sellers,says Tyrholm.
wife, Brenda and their 3-year old son These are dubbed for 'Private
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Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tyrholm still have Stash. "Keepsakes.. "Goodies"
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a hand in the operation managing the Just "B.S.
business end merchandising and Rick said he studied art In Junior'
shipping the little"Critters"here and ;.college. ;
there. .'But they never taught me-. 1rri
Rick says his wife takes care of all .anything like this" he said.- .
the art and craft shows they attend While over at the Renaissance Fair -..- .- __ _'iP'wJt: __ y
and his sister out in California makes Nov. 5-6, stop by and meet the young ilulalmssitrsi .v
sales for him there.So it appears that couple' and take a look at their. 'Crit- Critters...
the operation is a family affair. ters.
This next weekend the Tyrholms "There Is one for everyone!" Gainesville ceramic artist Rick Tyrholm shows off some of his. ,"Critters"' '
he will be displaying at the Resistance Fair la Melrose which Is set to run'
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Area artist Gary Kutch is.now but has been encouraged by several All Types Of
showing a very different and uniqueart artists in this area and at the universii 'NEW'M E
formreve.paintings on glass. ty in Jacksonville. I ., UPHOLSTERINGNow .'. .' .
Kutch who Is fairly new to the area, Kutch uses acrylics oils woodstains :. !, ,
says he came upon this form of art and Inks to create different ef : Sowing Machine! is the time to Seagrams :." : J
quite by accident. He says he ran out fects. In order to obtain various textures ill" SALE / =
of canvas one day while In school and such Seven Amarettoto'
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; unbeknowingly created., Most of his work is of contemporary t fi.e) Vans lx ? h75Q'yj ;
"Since then I've worked strictly on design. Sizes of his paintings range .. lo.1 00 '4 ts "
glass" Kutch said, which has been from a large 3'x 5' to a small "";&> Off"- >> '
for the past seven years. "When you look at them,jfs almost t' : iit- [ F !
His first showing will be 'this 4 ., :
weekend in the mall art show In See.. KH. artist PrkM Good thru November 39 _
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'"<, Erma 1.;Kni bt Irene Ward; three eons,Jackie Ward, both of Blarke, and Joyce Ward,., r near Lawtey where he was payroll AT
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Mr*. Erma L.. Kr &t 6S, of Alex Ward and Ray Ward all of Crescent Melrose. : clerk and he was a veteran of the U.S. ,. 'V\u.M,
SJarke. died Saturday night Oct. 29, ,Ga.; eight daughters Mrs. Marjorie Funeral services were held at C $ Navy and was of the Catholic faith. y" !
.' 'In Bradford Hospital Inc. following M. Hatcher. Mrs. Gloria Ussery, cent, Ga at the Crescent Baptist, Survivors Include'two' daughters, ,1 I' The Looking GlasS
an extended Illness. Mr*. Anna Galden, all of Crescent Church Wednesday;Noy: 2.at 2 pM] t, Elena Lou Canova and Norma Jane ".. .
Born In Baker County,.Mrs.Knight Ga. Mrs. Patricia Hankett of CoraSprings Burial wpis. In Crescent. ; Georgia, ;;,"' -0 Canova Parrish. both of Starke; two Styling Center #1
wall a lifelong resident of Bradford { Fla.. Mrs. Genie Howard of I' anted Paul E. Canova IV 'of Tampa t
fiZ and w.of UIe PJlmitl! +nap Darien, Ga., Mrs.Lucille HW of Lake PCiuI E. Cnnova, III William H. Canova of Starke) two '442 F West Madison Stark
; ? ,City. Fla., Mrs. Martha Frenette! of Paul' Eaisha Canova III. 53, 01 '' sinters, Norma Canova of Jacksonville ( .: :.:: "
,. Survivors include three daughters Coral Springs and Mrs. Peggy Jacksonville, died Thursday, Oct. :J7v(.i and Jane Canova Bush of .
Mrs.:"Brown and Mrs Gloria Stab Auman of Sophia, N.C.; 41 grand ,at his\ home following a long illness Palatka; and one granddaughter. '
ford both of Lake City and,Mrs. Net.* children and M great grandchUdren: with heart problems. Graveside services were held Sunday : For Appolntmont Dial 964.HAIR'
". Ue'Norsworthy' of Starke; one son. his .stepmother, Mrs. Louise Wardand Born In Starke, Mr. Canova moved, Oct. 30, at 2 ,.m.1n Crosby Lake .
Leon'Sweat of Ocala; three stepdaughters one brother.Robert Ward both of Jacksonville! from Starke .(our: Cemetery with Father Joseph Finley
_/- ,,Mr*. Mildred Crews and StArke; five'' sisters\ Mrs., CaBle years ago.; He attended St. Leo and Mr. Alvin Chase officiating. Arrangements
\ Mrs. Warrenetla Crawford, both ofpleyLakeandMn.'GlallyalAwls Howard Mrs. Ethel( LaRoche, Preparatory School near Dade City were made by Jones "Welcome Back Connie"
# ; Belleview Bluff, Ga.. Mrs. Alma and the University of Florida Mr. Funeral Home. 514, E. Nona St., ..
',, .of. Starke; threa half-sisters;* 18 ligdonMrsMary; Ella W<.itterson, Canova retired front'E.I, duPont Co} Starke.

grandchdremildren and eight great grand t. .. d .. "

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j day New. 1, at tl a.m. In the DeWitt -
', f.i.Chapel with Mr. O.M. Yarr'j ,Items Available thru November 6, 1983

....... ,officiating. Burial wu In
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Leo..Palge .
Leo J.: of
Paige :70.\ Keystone
Height,died Friday. Oct. 25. in theVeteran
Administration Hospital In fir' with
Gainesville 1Peu: following. an extended II-- k :? r son ourpriced'values

Born In Citrus,Mr.. Paige had lived / 1 fl S ;
most of his life in Florida moving to
Keyatone Height* 13 years ago from
,; Connecticut.He wa a retired crane
,r engineer and 'a member.I of the !
American Legion.Key.tone-Uelroe
_.'...No. 202.
i. Mr. Paige Is survived by his wife
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((4 ) two daughters Alice Mae Avery; A
-/Virginia Beach Va. and Carole
V jf Franko, Fall-field. Conn.;'two sons
t I t Joseph DeMaria E. Kingston.. N.H.
is: and Robert DeMaria Barnstead,
:'i:\;N.H.: four brother, Loton Paige Jr. -T .
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: House of Alabama., Plain BarrelS168.00 bebop *"
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; p.m.Episcopal Monday-Church', Oct. 31,in at. .St. Anne's. '. .t ".IInIn..... Model 11'70 rWn ....... I Powp i ActIon'Iheta i The famous
Heights with Father Perry Coning of.flelating. double-action slide ban offer rapid shooting.your choice of 12 l ga.or 20 ga.
Jonas Funeral Home of with a 2%*chamber. Regular t modified choke styles,various barrel lengths.
J"i Keystone Height wa In charge! of arm With Am.ncan''walnut stockk'and fore-end. 87O Vent Mh ........, only-
rangements. P Assortments may vary by store. No rainchecks on rifles and shotguns.

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] James N. 'McMurray,' 74,. of
Lf Melrose, died Tuesday Oct. 25.In the
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{"'. .Gamssvllle following/ extended tt-:

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Seaboard-Coastline Mr. Murray wa* employed Railroad by as the'.a IT* .' $88>> &8 ...... ..... ,
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held Thursday Oct. V, at 11 a.mi; at A big game centerfire riflel) That removabl.clip magazine has a 6 shot capacity.
Riverside Memorial Park Jackson 'R Only t Witrt handsome hardwood stock and rugged, adjustable sights;' Receiver is
vllte with 'Mr. Harry Lavender,' *' grooved for scope mount. Sorry, no rainchecks on nfles and shotguns.

ficiating. Jones' Funeral Home of i "',, '. ; ';
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'Matter.' Bushnell '10x50Binocular.' ,If 1 -: Turco 'Portable,. Turco' ,Portable (Built-in Fan) Ifcmfngfon.. '

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'John Achtoa Pearce.Jr.Master KeroseneHeater "' Kerosene .22-.5
f. John Ashton i : ,
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age .. died Friday, Oct. MAin '
Teaching Hospital la: Gainesville' ..... ::1 -1ca8.11..74.11 ; ; : .'f'J\ i Heater
from injuries received in an auto accident .'' "J 1 .
Msetde14020, ) 11.500 BTU Output 2 44.
'. Bora in Lake City Master Pearce .$ 5,4 96. 8 ;, Model Ho..320510,000+ BTU,Output, ,RtmDvibM| 1.321s4 fuel tank ,
had lived all his life Li Union County. \
He,.wa*' in Kindergarten at .Lake. "' ;1.,7'4ti $ .77 These high' velocity long rifle Lad'
.Butler ElemSurvivors enter S booI. I $167 i67 oartridge: *are great for smaU yens'w..uesnbl..s.s
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sister, Theresa Kay. Pearce i and ;:, 11 : 'Jl ;\, "..: .J; ,
n.:,Leslie Dawn: Pearce his maternal : of ''''", .;t- "
grandmother, Mr-: Kala B. Bryant' "
and bill maternal great..eB.tberi .
Mr.Rob Courson.'aU of jake Butler. Bushnell 4x32 Black, & Decker New Haven 600 EZe. Sky
:'FunaralWvlcea were held Monday.
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Church wtth Rev.L Gwynn Devey ofnclatiag : gauge .
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of Lake 'Butler in charge, of airangementa. .
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Rescue Unit Answers Y

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reports a record number of calla 87, < .$
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were received during the month of + .11yh 1 T.' "'d3o'1.9 tib
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In the former The unit headquarters, is now of based the rr N 1 7 ,.,. ,x.. ".1' '. ,
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volunteer fire department, received Bradford County Receives Jaw of Life.... ,"" i I'"
eleven call the first weekend in their Bradford County Emergency Services recelyed a new Amkds s Reecho,
Paul new home, according to Paramedic 4 System (jaws of life) Monday morning, .1
West The tool was needed several hours earlier for the accident iwSRlMwhere
81 calls required transporting of 63 t both victims had to be extricated from their.vehicles.' "Lake Butler's, '
patients se calls required, no Rescue 51 responded to the accident with ,heir 'jaws'.
transporting Now Bradford County will !have at their disposal this power unit\ with *
S8 patients were transpot thd-'to- 30" spread and cutters which may be used not only for" automobile' accident '
Bradford Hospital. 23 patients were '. but Industrial accident or natural disasters.The .
transported to other hospitals.One cost of the tool, $7,728, Is being shared by the county and city commissioners
each giving' $3.504. The Hospital Auxllary will" pay the remainder
according to President Ad Reddish.
run was to'dssist Rescue 75 1!" < Co. who has'provlded' the'
to Thorn&a Salvage
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\ItI'\t'I\"i-! I' you
with'a flown cardiac out by arrest.Stat Flight Four patientswere .. "'''' automobiles for the demonstrations ol.!*.e ..e of the' .tool, according: to.
Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
; :. '.' ', .::,i Fire personnel' will be trained as well as city employee ,and other
'One call was alcohol related, two .jam 1 1v f"" ,volunteers which will leave the Rescue personnel! tree to work with the patients .
calls were to l\lllibot wound victims said Chapman.
and two calls were for drug overdose.Ten .

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calls were to trauma patients .'
resulting from automobile accidents.
Five people were dead when the Y yr W AINWRIGHT'SPRODUCE
rescue unit arrived.
Eight calls were to patients with InJuries r J r7 r
and ten calls were to cardiac { ,
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patients.24 calls were illness related and Farmer's Market r US 301 North \

four calls were to patients with Starke' I
respiratory problems.One call was to, ,.
a patient with emotional problems 1 i
and one call was for an attempted HAS !
suicide. "
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One call was a false alarm and six'
calls were cancelled. ReOpenedFOR I
Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman
reminds Bradford citizens, the ,
number to call for Rescue Service is i
the same number, 964-6161. '
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. News Briefs !

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Lake Butler Boy Dies westbound in the parking lane. Green :. i 'BOUGHT- "
drove into the traffic lane to avoid a
,J After Truck Accident second bike and was struck by the' .uJH' A 0
4 A six-year-old boy from Lake vehicle, according to Patrolman i SQLD-
Butler died In Shands Hospital late Wayne Wilkinson. 'I
Friday after he into the Rescue 60 responded to the accidentbut "" I j CRACKED ; ,
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f ,pickup truck on CR-238 Providence, did not transport anyone, accor- ::i Restauran'tMandarln : ,. -
according to Trooper W. D. Langston. ding to Paramedic Dan Cuddington
John Ashley Pearce, Jr. strayed In- and EMT Curtis Crawford.' \ $Szechuan Cubim ;
to the parking lot of the Providence Damage to the Mercury was $200. 964-7681 k'l4%
Baptish Church at about 9:40 p.m. Damage to the bike was $50. "fNAVEL
and was struck by a pickup truck 1900 N. Temple Ave:; US 301 .N (To.RenaMotel. )i t- ORANGES
driven by a Georgia man. .
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The boy was taken to the New of RecordIn OQEN Monday Friday & Sunday !
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11:17 p.m., said Langston. Bradford Co. We Now. Serve Beer& Wine 11:00. 2:30 :;. 4:30' 9:30: 1i4' FALL '
No charges were filed against the Marriages dissolved during' the : 1 : '9:30 I 1
driver of the truck Neil Marshall month of October 1983 in Bradford Saturday.4:30 -; VEGETABLES
Daniels 27, of Coolidge Ga., accor- County; i -

ding Richardson.to Homicide Trooper M. C. Hicks.William W. Hicks and Linda- Kay 1 .. ..,... .. t'I .. -.. ...... -r ........_.- '!

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Timothy L. Morgan and Cynthia .E.; "F --:- "
Starke Biker StruckOn S. Morgan. !
SR-16 West Curtis L. Wade Sr. and Laverne B. I '. I IIak'
Wade. "

I biker A biker was attempting struck by a to 1963 avoid Mercury another'on',"x Padgett.',, Charles 0\, PadggitStlaoppi" @ G. .. ,,1.' : 'B II C t I ', '
0V 3 SR-16"-'The Sunday Menuryilriven evening.by Joseph Edrward '. .,*"Jean Martin Brown.Lana' *,Brown"""!"and! :Jennifer!!".,.' a e u f:arm,1.e. r1 ,.en er,a 4 nCj,7l; .UJ1$ ei?V1IaJ1 313Rr, ,f

Cox, 28, of Starke was west- Donald Junior Turner and Alice M. '
bound on SR-16 meeting oncoming. Turner. 496-3921 ,- H vy. 121 S., Lake ,Butler,

'a traffic.Steve Green, 17, on a bike was also Jackson.NOTICE David.W. Jackson and Elizabeth A. -"- Open fMon: ,ay-Friday 7:30-5:30: : \C.at oa ... .\. '. '

1 .: : ; Saturdt 7:30 12 N p.\\'P' ( \0 ''tr j ., 4.d
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1 2 of this WMU TG&Y circular will not 7"HeavyGa Field Fence -t 62.25roll.
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be available. We regret this error \ 1. .: I 8; ''I' 'I''
I and any inconvenience caused.TG'IllY. I 3" Gaucho Barbed] Wire ,.....23.75 roll f#" : qtl ,:' : *;, '

1 1 1 i' ;r1:" 5" Gaucho 66 bed Wire' .*21 YOp roll ::1.,01 ., /, ..." t ? "'

1 1 r", ru; ; 5" Heavy gauge;! Bdrbed Wire 24.00 roll .. "

;{ ; ', ((12'/a gauge) Heavy Duty 5'panel '.Panel Gales; *' *I' #

1 34".x 16'"Red Top" Hog Panels-' 1595ea. 4 foot 15,95each ,10foet30.25each'r.jIHeavyDuty i'+: : .

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family centers 1 ', 52"'x 16'"Re'aTop" Cattle Panels(17.95'ea:( "f. '

I I '1 1, ', $ ...*,1 ; : ;\. '>?""_ ,, ,8 foot? f 26.25:: each ,/<,:' 14f,foot 5. ,each*: I '; ,

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8 foot -V32.25 fcach; '> ": }6 foot.,.., .90each* ';,ti ,,;4 foot f 26.10 each,. -. 10 foot 43.60 each, ; ,1 ,

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at a 1O % DiscountNov. ,- : '!i. ,Yf ; 16 Poet-'58.90 each ,,' '
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25 year GuaranteeCCA: Pressure I! Jt'4 ,

During :-c-., Treated'fencs' : Posts: :' 60" x 12' long square tube corral, panel*48.95 .ea: '* I

1984 CALENDAR 6Vz' 2"2W' iTsO'facri"':: ''aVx & 4' corral arch gate= 48.40 'J !
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For Home,4' .
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. New Product to Aid Fight:. Against Driilik Driving

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You may soon "be hearing people before they will feel like or admit that .motOO alcohol In the mouth Jn. establishments are finding: that they
laY ""I'd better check with the BAT they are drunk.A cause the reading to be higher. "..can improve their community Image
first before leaving restaurants and concerned drinker would much The need for a commercial device", and Improve their customer Image by f
taverns. During evenings out, check- rather determine his blood alcohol such as the 'BAT is clearly, having a Breath Alcohol Tester on the 'Y-
Ing with dIe BAT before getting content befere driving than'' findingout demonstrated, A quick look through' premises for their patrons. The BAT i
behind the wheel Is a willet idea from the test administered by an any local paper 1m almost any given";1 2000 can also posslbley lower their
because the BAT an acronym for arresting officer. Furthermore,a per- day will show that there indeed thing liabilities and also can possibly lower
Breath Alcohol Tester; can tell you, son.who knows for a fact that he Is concern over persons who drive, their liability insurance premiums by
your blood, alcohol .content, asestablished legally intoxicated Is more likely i to while intoxicated or impaired bY' r, having one In their place of business.
usually, by breath alcohol let someone else drive or take alter alcohol Legislative! efforts across the ,I The latest BAT Is the BAT 2000 and t _
testIs." used by,law enforcement officers pate transportation home. country, /:!!, ,was developed through a joint venture f ? ..
to find, but if,thatperson is, The BAT operates ,very much like roots citizen organizatieonsbsiscbaas' of Allstate Distributors,Ltd.,and
legally intoxicated. A breath alcohol /standard vending machines:A person Mothers Against Drunk Driving and I a large scientific manufacturing company
test reading of .10,"meaning part simply deposits his coins(usually on Remove Intoxicated' Drivers, are '" specializing In detection .-' '''''''1
alcohol per,1,000 parts blood,l I cons: ), u disposable Rtrawdispensed ; underway to impose 'new, tougher devices Allstate Distributors, Ltd., ,,::)
sldered legally Intoxicated ..most by hem [ to give the penalties,raise the legal drinking agerand located In Marietta, Georgia, Is now < "i : :J :
states. ,breath sample and Is quickly provid. to make convictions easier to OIK' supplying the BAT 2000 throughoutthe 'I; '.
Prior,to the availability of this unique ed with a digital readout of his alcohol. tain. As the public 'general and, nation for various liquor pouring I.
device, the drinking establishment level If..that level Is above the legal drinking establishment patrons In establishments and Is In the processof J"
patron had no way of knowing limit a. flashing; "DON'T DRIVE" particular become more aware of the' setting up various distributors na- ..
his or,her alcohol level* and conse- warning will come"on. To obtain the drinking and driving problem the tionwide for this product. It Is attrac J<.!.
quently,his or her ability to drive. As most accurate reading possible, the BAT will go quite long way toward. live, compact (18x8x22 Inches), easy 'v',.. ,
few.as two drinks can cause a driver' user should wait at least!' ten minutes encouraging responsible drinking.: ", 'J. to operate,weighs only 34 pounds and M ''f
to be legally impaired and some people after his last drink and five minutes/ Hotels, motels, convention centers,'"('' Is available with a floor stand or it can ,,';j l\
become legally, Intoxicated long, 'after1' a'' cigarette 'because 'residual bars and, other liquor pouring. : .' be mounted on the wall or countertop. "4'f": ;.'.




I ri u--,a* f c.r: Violations in, Bradford, County r;;? .

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Walter PadelforoV.. 19, arrested October was arrested October 29 and chargedwith J971 Chevrolet. ::01. Otis William Waldron. 33, of Hamp- recognizance. White was stopped on US-301 three
28 and charged 'with, driving, driving while' license was Bond for the charge was set at$200.;( ,., ton was arrested October' 29 and miles south of Starke driving a 1971
while license 'was suspended', accor- suspended, according to Trooper. Alderman was released after he charged with driving while his license Dennis Dale White, 23, of Jacksonville Ford.
ding to Patrolman R.,w.; Keeni: ,,' ... Williams. ,posted. ,a surety. bond \,?, -' was suspended according to Trooper was arrested October 30 and
was three miles charged with wilful-wanton reckless Bond for the charge was set at$150,
Bond for the charge was set at$200. Waldman stopped d Kenneth Ethridge. .
Padelford was released on his own south of Starke on US-301.:: ;'51.of Starke waa' ;,, Bond for the charge was set at$200: driving, according to Trooper White was released on his own
recognizance., Bond for the charge was set at$20d.: rested October 29 and waswihth Waldron was released on his own Ethridae. recognizance.
Waldman was released on a surety driving under the influence and driving
Vincent M, McCray, 20, of Bradford' bond. while hs! license was revoked;
County was arrested October 27 and (revoked for 60 months), according to
charged1, while Frank Dee Williams of Hampton Williams ,
with'driving license Trooper At the New. .
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was.suspended according to Trooper was arrested October 30 and charged -V' .
W. D. Langston. with driving under the Influence of an Perry was stopped on US-301, hIs''\' e ,
alcoholic Beverage, according to blood alcohol level was .27 percent; "J"' .
Bond for the charge was set at$200.i ii Trooper Langston. Total bond was $500. Perry waa' STAKE LANES
McCray-/'was"released on ,is, own. 'Williams was stopped three miles released.on his own recognizance.. -.,,
i recognizance. south of Starke on US-301, his blood *;,
., alcohol level was .19 percent Robbie Jenkins, 41 j of Brooker wasarrested Club 25
Alvin Dale Johnson of Tampa was Bond for the charge was set at$300. October 29 and charged with ?> AMF "MAGIC-SCORE'!'
t arrested 'and charged with driving Williams was] released ,on his own. driving with unlawful blood
[ while his license 'was suspended or recognizance. and driving while Intoxicated Tommy Computerized Scoring t
it revoked;aecording Trooper B. A. ding to Brooker Marshall presents. )}frtj Machines...
t Williams, '- Thomas G.,, Alderman of Hampton Raulerson. 'j; ::1? (<
i Johnson was i stopped on US-301 two was arrested October 30 and charged Jenkins was arrested on Main St.In' .
miles north of Starke. Bond was set at with driving while his- license was Brooker, his alcohol blood level was :',
f $200.'Johnson was released on a surety suspended according(, :Trooper; .22 percent. ".T, Kids.
; iton L ', ," .i\ ',',," Langston. .. ., Total bond for the charges was set/,1' '_ .. \
:Alderman was stopped two miles at $600.'Jenkins was released' on his, Live Music By Siarlce's Own. SUNDAY 2-5
Leah M! Waldman of Gainesville south of Starke on U -301\driving a own recognizance.,
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ATC JohnsonCommissioned
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Navy Ensign -' '((314/ mile North of Hwy 301 & 16 Intersection)

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Robert W.Johnson was commissionan former Rhonda Renee' Mongerson of r'f; ,
.an Ensign: in the United States, California. The Johnson and their 11 P ',. PRICES REDUCED ON MANY ,'
Navy recently in ceremoiues1 held at" month old son, Robert II are residing f ", '
the Naval Station Mayport* Florida.A in Chicago, upon reporting for duty at ..: :; ONTROL LAWN
native of Jacksonville ENS:,",". Naval Air Statio Glenview I111poiR, '"" ir- ; ""f :< TJL0Rl0A.. FALL : & GARDEN;r ) .; NEEDSThis !! W'1M'.I .+
Johnson drew ; -.e- .r !! ly. ,
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I w. Navy in I III.I u). ., J

at various naval commands, most f / This Week's Nursery Specials!

recently(CV-59). with Decorated the USS three FORRESTAL.times for A" R, P11 S For a deep 'i

personally"talking down" distressed Grp' Green Lawn A
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as the' 1981 ,, COMNAVAIHTLANT '
"Sailor of the.Year Of the 127 Air Mums Shade Dl
Traffic Controllers in the, Navy whoaped'
for .commissioning 'ENS Assorted And, -
was the ,only one to be SA VI NOS '
selected. + ', ,<. Colors t Fruit: TK ntummmtit a-'fL :
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ENS Jonfisorrs parents are, long 5 M i tn. p .' mt ;
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retired'term Jacksonville Jacksonville i'city!residents fireman A,,,,, ,, Annual I.n' Bloom Trees rJ, 10"fL1-r: 1.0M. l

Harold'J. Johnson reside and In Starke.Florence, &> & Vegetable 99* 30 % : 'I

Johnson now ,' 'AH Winter long withclean" .' i 11 1" Iti'. 3ge Lq

"He who hw.cfear,ideal can' ', efficient gas! :' 79 Plants Each > Oft f 50 Ib 1399

,command.;* ,Goe Tra, it
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Use Gas and SAVE '

50 to 60% V/eed-Eater Clearance
L A Great Gift (heal!
Electric =
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f// nv' ytrut Resistant Heat ," 'J, Power Blower
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Weed Eater Ho.; 2500DevdopM .
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'.:Spaikgar Cuts ir Path .? Reg. 189.91 . l J electric Ut'lsted. Reg. 59.95

:, matches.1 XR-75 Now Only

a. ':'Ea"Vln.fm; ,r' with natal weed Made t' (

taiUrilatJon 26.2 cc angina a shoulder strap "fj "T Q 9,5: 44 .5.

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,becalm-school, administrators Sate .
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.J'' ,of can footoUps during |he period:of where you want It, Rated at 11,700BTUs. ,. ,:: .t: 'u ec englnt Blade Btaki''Operates

*4 several boal terms.This should' ,,1"::1' ,e;:Wati Furnace' -..\Vent 3dUmrttd '; '"up to 32 hours en less than 2,gals. ; ['W ;', '120" oft Poulan

also prove that carpet Is the floor : >'! :', "r I i Kerosene ,. UL LUtedl, f: ','; No.. 3700 *'18"',Bar &.Cltabi
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IJ Keystone Heights Ads, ,, PERSONAL 4PERSONAL' St '. C'"ARs.& BO TRUCKS>,,;' 4,'.t" ,r.! !" ', --- 7 i .. (::3f1V-FOltS:' ;. f.It 1A'if, litf p.m.till 3,30pvM I

SERVICES VICES ATS. 7 .,,;. "';,',,1 .;jf,(" ,! Immea ,'tee Road.
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FOR RENT FOR RENT WANTED CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WHI,jrxJiiTYriNOi':)\ .f'Ill.' in'- ( KAWASAKI KZ SSO, 4cyll .c.II.OL.j) : ;) ,lfoUtl.... :Kvystbna Recraatlan As/w.Pour/ ,gam* tabli$ hHav wood
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Alklng $800. Call *
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FOR tEASE Unfurnished STUDENT will pay cash for WORK Building remodeling patios.odditionI ,!; Book. report. 473.3201. lt/3 Itchg fl,,,,. Hlrnrnand'fehord. I: :'' ,; 'w4iati'!, :will lour S'sl8'.Qos.L d ,' Aff.er*. 11/3 Jfchg .
resumeci.
REALTY. REALTOR lake hone with fireplace used furniture and. odds etc Colt' CUSTOM VANSi Now ,organ. 'AItdr' S999:" Call *d In make- utility;,.Jt;FAMUYl "' 1tot..NOv.: .
and tile work. Free 1983 4' :
home tfncbg V and
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Rental PropertyAvallabla and with apartment large and end, dishes. par, eillmate phone .73.4473 TRACTOR 413-2$9LIO/6 WORKi Mowing-, ,. .f Chevy Var,*(-V-8. automatiC;,(\'v473-22i0,,> :t7 .4649"'io*{t.Kjfshed'tof **10O.A.each.;l First.you '0/0 ale. To furnish ... 10/20: Club Iiwte.,}follow sign.
: screen parch. $400 mo. pan apartment before 9pm. 10/6 tfnchg by houl1orlob.. COIanytime$73.4185. Ironsmlsslort) with over appointment to first Call 113'312.4ltchR'loSe' .
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L.k. Sent Fet 1BR.. 2bath Information call In Melroe.Keystone CARPENTER WORKs 10/ 3'.; driva.. power: tearing tfnch: {! Mrve. ,. .' Silver,, olloctlbl...
C/B home. $40O/month. t-282-9392.: 10/13-11/3 .,.a. Mike '479-2223. Remodeling work kitchen ttnchg1' .':>!'II ,[." (Mjwer broke*,power vylr.-'1(' "'ALLO'r'1"" """ ""- i"'C li. t :'UK, 'MCW-RAtrAN>> (.tOUCM, .1h't.r.' ; FdTthe\ *.:: clothing' ,

Completely Furnished! 2BR., 4tchg 11/3-102tpd cabinet and trim carpen [ dows power door lock. rtJMPSi PVC c:: pipes and lit- blueIin furniture "/31 Itpd ...>-

2 bath homo on G tebon.i4ok. UNFURNISHED 2BR, $raii.rwith Reasonable price. SWIP1GMACNINIS Panasonic *ou 11d System, ling Water ..hon.,.. Upholstered "In' .materiaL royal MAKR AN,'OFFKIt SALEi 3 II

( .. Fireplace, Available lake Wlnnott access. USED VIDEO GAME TAPESifor try.Call 473-2477 after 5:30: REPAIREDiAII maheicleun.dpiled till wheel running boordsj Bryan Ac*' Hardware Original.,,' Mka cost $1,200, Will f arrillyt'Sat; from-'10. o.....
) $SO' ''n..llovl.IOI473.8.. and .4 HWY 11. across
yttirough May 31st )29/month plus p.m 10/6 tfnchgCARPENTRVi .ad.Iustedv$15. 4 captain chair and couch. Ker"7"4006 sacrifice for$300. 473-3307: till \
OO/mon.h.. deposit. Call weekday 10/6 tfnchg repair, 'In- | ; Work Beautiful interior and ... 10/6 ttnchgZALIASI,1 after 10/20. teem"KeyOoA41Uhlt.dMethodist / .

) r' Mel..... 2BR. 2 bath 90..737.6256. Sat.and Sun. YOUNG MAN, of excell.nl tallatlon. ,door,, window guaranteed Jam.. ,trtor, $14.400, end,,with FOR tit Swan BRAND 3pm.NEW MOBILE Itpd HOME- Church ... J1ttpd / .
4 ho..... Fireplace, 479.2807. 11/3 ItchgHOUtli moral character desires *, cabinet helving Strickland, rornsr'Morgan dual air, top of ,h* line. Crest Nursery. located on 1/3 acre' In wooded .' .'11 1111Yf1/if'o/! }

4 WOO/month. on Lok. Geneva. position a. assistant/com partitioning. paneling. Call Rd. and Hwy. 16. .Sror .. 13900. Compare' at SR-26 2% miles. east olMelnMOi OIl New well "Alte OF THB ,PAlMSl

oesm.rcl.l Prontegei 28R., 2 bath CH/AC.Ideo! panion to handicapped or 473-2S2O 10/6 rinchg 7/14 tin kl': $21.000. I 1 4 percent bank 16/20, tfnchgY tank area., light pel*. I BR seplle, split Keystone HgtLIii t Frt.:..$...,

".3"available also on HWY 26.f&obllehom for Ingle or small family. hut-In Prefer live In. CARPENTER WORK No |lab BAKER 1 ft OAS INC. Family financing. Phone OWNER IBRj two** on bedroom'plan, IM. bath onI". 'TrucS- furniture

*, near SpringfLak. $3OO/ma. !Phone evening .Phone 4737413. 2tpd too big or too mall. :30 owned end operated. W. Galnasvllle, 0903.10/6 '9.9 acr.., lorn and other garden. tub. Cathedral cell- 'clothes.i l welry.."mlst.|.

.. 2BR.. IVt bath GainesvIlle 375-7493.11/3, 1027113 experience. With all or tanks and fur Ifnchg building.. Septic lank and CH/AC. Beautiful.. .FoII_ signs. ILl':; ItpdSAT. *.;,
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I'4iB3month.r4vsToNI MOBILE MY BABYSITTER canceled. I year rent electric or1' traitor Ing SUN. No*.,*,*. Sliver"
HOMEt 2BR.. 2 bath reference' 473.4189. .10/6 nlih cylinder. We solicit 1983 STUMPKMOCKSRifiberglass pole decor carpeting,"spacious I
need a reliable on.7 day. .' f old Sands lake fall.w'.II1M. I
: near Keystone Height tfnchg customers who own their bas boat 35 hp hook-up.Appro: yr. 'roam*, lovely kitchen with
HEIGHTS Call 4734006. alter 6 p.m. a week 4 hour a day CARPET AND VINYL repair lank. , ffCALTY.. REALTOR 659.21II. Ask for (III. 11/3) l90/mo.. Call 473-7373 and Initallallon Free ; .or complete$ full cover,'extra 10/20 rinchg breakfast bar. wash/dry Items,' 'fufnllur*.? hoK.eacjulpment I
..9l 11/3 tfnchg Itchg after..12 noon. 11/3 Itchg 299-66104. 11/03 4tchg clean. Ilk. See AKC, CHOW CHOVnt $IOO IW8 Insulated/
estimate Ten experience new.fAust
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24900. I
year 11/24 < :, ..T connections.
i AT SISSY CORNER CHURCH SECRETARY ap : each, Two Ml, bath and : 2BR. COTTACSi with' laka Coil 473.4217 to ,appreciate $3.a7S. ; minimum dawn. truck tamper.
I"' rtg Flamingo St but can front $300/mo. Call pro. 20 hour per week. and ask for Craig. 10/6 LOST/FOUND 473-7198 or 1-396-4868. female,'I rod, 1 cinnamon,. OWNER percent WILL FINANCE. 'mo...' 1 IWI1'...*' ,. ..*$).*!.;&
teen from SR-100 and 473-3334 or 2821727. 11/3 An ability to meet people, 10/6 rinchg ,Call 479.2140. After 9pm..;
tfnchg Call 473-3671 attar,6 P'''', '
basic secretarial skills and : I
Prime call .75-1011,11/3 MISCELLANEOUSiIlNGO.AMERlCW
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RETIREMENT HOME AND .
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location. Call 2BR. MOBILEHOMEt. on 2 an active Christian faith HAIR5TVLINO CENTER All, DOG' Vicinity Tercnedo.. "$'.OOO Alt '\1" .cu$ic;: rooTi 10/27 .' ... \' 1 ,.. ,,'
(:3411-10/6 tfnchg ocr... CH/AC Furnished. are ......1101. Contact the' under one roof, OFFER Or*In Keystoneon suefemale l FMI AM radio.' Front wheel refrigerator, $75. Apartment

EfARTIAUV FURNISHEDlE233BR. $275/mo Reference required. Keystone United Methodist ING: Certified nursing' 10/314"MedIuM, with drive. Comfortable car. cite electric lave. -- LEGION HAUSri21,.Saturi

.. 1 Vt bath mobllehome Call Jackie at Church aI' 473-3829 momIng assistance and CPU trained Dark brown red collar Call .73.2210 or 473-4648 $150. Both In goad eondlrtlort. MISCELLANEOUS day, 1 p.m." and Sunday*.

I 53 In Melrose area. Lorg. 475-1269 or 659.2269 alter *. 11/3 Itchg staff, 24 hour supervision white and front paw. Hair cut for appointment. 'to see. 479.3049.. 11/3 llehg 2.9...p.p,... PublicInvited... ,
:3;porch. Responsible couple 5p.m. 11/3-10 2tchg for senior citizen; hot no'tag tfnchg 10/20, ORCHID PLANTS. Most 10/6 tlnch{!. ,.. I
ml wonted. 475.136B.10/6 EFFICIENCY apartment with I NEED DIAMOND RINGS, ., meal, day week or long close on i body long Call on 191 DODGE POWER RAM Awarded,,S2-up. HWV 21, OVEREATER ANONYMOUS 'ALCOHOLICS l
.coin. gold sjlver B *'..rl.Ing head end toll '
private entrance and bath.Prefer ; term stay; STYLING or 4X41 Short bad lilt, kit .across tram Keystone No due, fee or weigh Ins. ANONYMOUS'to'snwetlngs ." '
:::iARTIALLY FURNISHED Senior cltlien. for Investments.. Call CENTER for the public; .73.3804..nl"g. 29.000 mile, $9,800; Call United Methodist Church Open Tuesoy's, Monday B '0/.Ml j 'r
: Bath mobllehome InS Bob 475-2105. l/034tchg '313-2444.1I/3 Itchg after 4734646. It 13 l pd meeting ., .
BR., 4733280. 11/3 Itchg precision styling for men POUND. Tan 473-7321 2:30: p.m. 10. 7:30 p.m. Community Open mealing Fridayp.m. B I
jJ Melrose area Large living HOUSIt on Lake Geneva. 11/24 and women, perm and large Malomute.dog. weekdays. 11/3 Itchg SOFABf WITH CHAIRt Oak Church educational Alanon, Monday"" B I
groom, porch. Responsible 2BR. Furnished. Washer hair-coloring SR.325 long haIr Part coflea table dryer, mtacol.. p.m. Alt rute.tings.'at'
Immokalee.Call Building KeystoneHeights
&:: ::couple wantad. l79/mo. and dryer cable for T.V. Classified Ads. Hampton, 468.2619. 10/6 Vicinity'473-7108 Camp evening SubscribeFOR / Item*...Call 473-3609..11/3 473-3790. 10/4 Educational Building1' Cdmmunlty >
E-=:plus deposit. Call 684.6634. Available now. Call Get Results"Starke .' tfnchg 11/3-10 : Itpct : ,tfncha Church 473-2794'of '

10/6 tfnchL 473-2455. 11/3-10 Ztcho 473-2073d0ys. _. -7502t80't0f6 tfnchq'IIfI'I"* :

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BABY QUIlTSi Machine WOOD SOFA! LOVESEAT, MOBILE HOMI 'SUPPLIISi AQHA .FIU.Y'Hos been professlonally FOR SALE HOME PARK .':.Mobile. I

r FAULKNERREALTY / quilted. Various designs. chair coffee/end table, Window and doors plumbing trained. ',Excellent home and ; lor rent.Recreatlonel' f
934.8133. 10/27 2tpd I 11/03 coit 0"0$1.000.. now and aloe. suppIies'Also 4-H or cutting pro- spaces' \

NICE SOFA with reversible $450.; ga hoot.... $35 and furniture. Bargain spec,. .Top bloodline. Ala A a W MOBILE HOME SAlESl PhOne vhicteuwelcome ..
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S---S Ads cushion, $100; antique up; new gas heater, retail Center. 1 mile*south. of big weanling colt, excellent ,New and used mobllo ., i
9/16 tfn
:: ; i piano $IOO; chair with for $500. $250, _her. Stork 10/27 fin disposition cue home for sal'*. Walton.
HOMU FOR RENTlOn
964-5065 $25 150 dryers) $100 Mnallrelrlg. halter. (Bud) Alvarez. Invite you MOBILI
matching ottoman ; $ : ; HAY FOR OMIt $1.25 to cotsfulty shown at mil train Stark.
matching black couch and lOOt dresser, $69; $1.90 per bole.: 964-7675. ReoMXMble. Call 468-2899 to com out and '"- .. ,city
ilntlts.C1eanI4w'y. il W
chair $50. 533-2908. mall dlnatt. $60t 11/03 17 South ; ,
IS set Itpd 1103AUCTION 468-1919, Itchg Highway ;
-- Call 468-1323.; ,10/07 tfn. .
FOR SALE 10/27 tfnFIREWOODt ola/chalr,.$60.: complete LOOK -* LOOKs Pelatha. Flo 329-9991 of

: .5'."00' Call after 6 p.m. double bod,.... tulle. $250. Corn to lazy Girl Auc- LANDFOR 3284682. In.Stork; call S KITCHfN/SIFIClENCY Room'tar''rant, at lawweekly

Oakor Ask for Matt. 964-8268. fin 964-4359 Itpd 11/03 tion U.S. 301 In Waldo. Ray Wall!. 9645251. 9/22 rate. ; !
FIREWOOD FOR.SAlEr coIr-pl.
HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argentina QUEEN Sill BEDROOM Frl.. 7:30: P.m. Big Auction SALE fin ,
4c4's.2040'S.. \M Metal 964-7397, 9/14
s : 221 leteyette St.Acras from Wishbone Cord.pine$35., flrow ood. Bahla Hoy. 'At barn SUITE like new, "50; Sim This Week Lot of good 24x40 MOBILE HOMIr C EOW/""* ,.: .. '." : ,

., OFFICE HOURS Scrap truckload. "No Rain", J.M. Edwards mon queen size bed box lot, gloss. tool, ONE 1 ACM LOT fo' pletely:remodeled.'Paved' CLEAN MOIl .*.HOMES for
oak $10 lacing -
or pine .
9..5379. 11/O34tpd 11/24) $100, froM free refrlg, who.-....... Good variety of
Men..Frl. ,-, So-12Noan Sunshine Industries. 16 W. ) ." ythe rid. with 175' road, drive, utility halter.. '''.1' rant/On Hwy. 16 W. Close
GE REFRIGERATOR' Used $150; electric' stove, $125: ....'ch. 329-9462. 10/27 ,
Call 9647699. We load for Irantage. n.,50. $300, crooned porch .CH/A;. to prteon. 'Call, 468-11323,
good condition. $175. king .bed used 3 .
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and 10/07 tfn.KITCHENETTE. .
between 9:30a.m. located In
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Phone 964-4277. Itchg mo*., $175; "double bed PICKUP -approx '
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: IN COUNTRY-Reduced. Brick homo on 1/ acre*. 2:30 p.m.. Mon.-Frl. 9/29 11/03 $95: twin bed. "5; color moke month. Call 964.5606. 9/1S on 1.7 acres cleared All. ''till .
LAWTSY AREA-Nlce C/B home with pool. tfn good to trailer: $75; tin, land. 7 .3t69. 'O/202tchO furnished.. TV air, maid
CE WASHER Harvest gold. console TVf $150. color two Cola planters need .
SAMPSON LAKE SHORESReduced.. 2 mobile CHAINLINK PINCh $35. 964-5481. Itchg 11/03 $100 butcher TIN I AC LOTS facing Pleo-, 10/27 Service weekly.. Under
portabl. ; repair. $100; an* : .Pittsburgh
r wood Metal 3W'rnil.s N.
homes. Easement to lako.eGEAHAM 1I..ld.nllol.Comm.rclal.Indu.'rlol. MINI FLEA MARKET STORE block table' w/6 chair*. tool bar for 3 pt. sent Grave Rd. $3.999. HAMPTON LAKE. ARIAr 6 .'

AREA-BO acre.an Sampson Rlvar. 2 dug Far free 212 E. Call St. Special this $250 'codo, h.o', $125: hitch. $12t. 964-4738.Itpd' $.400 down $70 a month, acra*. barn small greenhouse 'onHwv.301.WCWOCMSNfl 9/TJrtrn I
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ponds. estimates. call Larry' Den Week) Automatic Ice- Hlde-A-Bed. .,,$200. 11/03 'Call 964-9606. 9/15 tin pond. ,,2 mobile ..
ORANGE STREET-Framo hama, gaedneighborhood. ny General Builder, maker 17.7 964-4355 Itpd 11/03 homes Phone .468-2300.: 'Weekly' monthly rate.
376-0721. relrlg.-freeier, BOBBY MAC CAR BEAT Ilk. THMI 1 ACHI ion an SR- Palm Apartments.;3314 N, I
CH. Galneivllle 11/03 cu. ft. $475. Also lots of .CONN TRUMPET Gold excellent new. $30. 964-4927 before 227." Ok. Rd. $2.999.: 73000. 10/20 4tpd 11/10 Temple Ave. 7/28 tfn* I

INVESTMENT PROPERTY-Owner. will finance.. ALICIA 10/13 4lpd HAVt Good quality' other opening special' condition. $200 or 1 p.m.orafterbp.flt. Itpd '$300' down $55 a month.: 1982 MOBILE MOMS ? BR, LARGE1 OFFtCRt Located onUS
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Country Club area.10X bale Coma and browts. .best offer..Nice ChrIstmas 11/03' 9646406.15 tffV1ONB : ,1V, ..... 4x5O,Call Charles 301.'' Excellent parking

DOWN-Thraa bedroom. 1 bath home In large round bale*.$2.29$25.: Large Can Mon.-Frl.9.5. Closed Sot.S gift. Call 431.1132 alter ANTIQUE 'FOUR POSTER ACRf 10TS" facing or Joy .at ....-..21. or $150 mm.:964-6810 day.. ,I

Breaker. deliver In trailer 'load*. Sun. Itpd 11/03 5:30 p.m.. Three bath. SUPER A FARMALL TRAC. 9/29 r. .. 01.. ._1. condition ON OMFFIS LOOPi Threefurnished ,
REDUCED by $9.000. bedroom 2 con. M.L. Conner. 964-5222. op $300 down, $60 per ma. SMALL SERVICE! STATION, I
cret black homo with acreage. Owner anxious.Call 10/20fn TOt Fair condition. With BOIENS DICSfL THACTORl 24 prox. 150 yrs. ,old., $500. Call ,(9O4)( ) 9643606..922tfnK trailer. all set located on US 391 and SRtJ
equipment. FIRM. $1.900. hp. .. WO, ackh_.'front Wood bar couch
$100
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AC Heat.
today. MINI FLEA MARKET STOtEiJutft .. ., 'up. :
One power' cane ''mlU, ..lood.r,borthoa,disk. 200 S w/bed $90. 208 N. Cherry 1 41 ,4. .
MADISON ST-Next te Getar Fralghtwey ":' opened. "NeW--fur4nlture .') NO DOWN! 91IPAYHSNIYflWP30I .. '"On"trailer. /hooWuplSf( oil" Iwi Io"(1\1i1.-COW\ )
$450tone; '60.gat.ug Kr.., O-.pi,* Mane. } ""* .
P7O ( p. StthCj'lI/03 '
IWxlJOT Io5t'hOOKEROW eHtc bldg., end and' n.p.n f d nWpeAedrr, : .>bs8"rrinR '> : "
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cottage eeenjAahJc appllonte."p" fNANC''iw30O'e'tos.41l20x1SOtOe.e >
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Mablfe home, lot In town. Come and browe, toy Itpd t WASHERS Four cycle. Ilk* make on 'land, 'NlCIIIOOM.I'IIIVATIIlATH... '
an
of off :301, .12500. Lot payments" ,
"hello" Tue. Fri., ADORABLE SOLID WHITE trade 'or.I lake Jot new, $199. 964-7493, )tchg ... will' 964-6035;10/27: tfn ','1, I
.; GREEN ACRES-6 Ac. with nice Ig. homo, pool B Open for' .. 2-113x193 access off 301 and .11. Owner
i::: fish pando.IACK 9.9; Sot. 91. 212 East Call AKC Pekinese pup. Five .oqual"aJ..1I' property 11/03 finance. 36000. Call LARGIIIR, I BA HOMEi In I ILowte
mobile hame 964 6020 or BROWNIE Size $11,900. lot 3-289x193 ocean
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0lumper
week old. > UNIFORM '
ECONO LODGE-Erlck 4 I.. 2 IA. $....000. SI. 10/2O4tpd 11/10 11/03 9647619. Itchg 964.4252 IQrftt fin ( socks, and right. off 301, $13.900. Lot 964-8077.: Itpd 11/03 ,. Central, hoof and.. I

t : LAKE IT-._'01 property or live In one. 2 unit.. RAIBini. For pet or meat. 468-1455. Beverly, Itpd 4-113x193 on Market Rd.:, TRAILER) LOT with septic. On air, large.,lei'Cdll9646941'9nd fenCeditt'backyard.
Lawrence Meng six mile GrIHIs B well. ;
$29900. Loop,
11/03 $7.900. All lot honed commerclal Pump --d"
301 outh. 468-1919. Itpd MobIle Horn. ltchl/03 ,
E ACROSS FROM SOUTHSIDE SO400L.Se.utufulE 11/03 POLES'1'f ,iTURKEYSt Uve or, dressed t B.3. East term. .Ready. to move, In'"now t BR. .IV* BATH OLDER'

wooded lot. older frame ham*. Owner "nondng.f ELECTRIC SERVICE for Thanksgiving; All Call 964-7071 to ee lot. 'With storage shed. $9.000. HOME $325peV'ma,

:; SAMPSON LAKE-DW Mobile home with "ul...-.". Subscribe Today! 100 Amp. $165 200 Amp. $250 pleasure saddle, good. condition Good Investment property.. Call 904-8077. Itpd )1/03 964-4292 or 964-6020.1 tchgj

: Utility house, nice one ecre with Ig. oak. BRADFORDCOUNTY Complete ImtellaHen Service AvollobUTj ; Jon, ,boat. Call; 1O/O6tfn 1983 .FIEETWOOD BRtrailer. 11/03 ; -'. ,\**tC>..

1 i:;' REDUCED-Slnglewlde with "ullt......2'/ tIC,..only Call for Free Estimate A 964-9630 after S p.m. Itpd 12.9 ACREt OF LAND with 8 Used 6 rnoe. Like IN cITY 4 BR home. ,.no"pets;

r $19,900. 11/03 pecan Ireet.Two bedroom new. Call'for appointment.. $250 month plus. deposit.
Waldo ."-1117
4 Ct .BROWNIEE RD-3 U. 2 BA, fireplace, C/B on approx. TELEGRAPH 'JI SUGAR CANE PATCH. trailer already sot up with 964-4509. $9,000. Itchg '964-5500Ich 11/03 '

: ana acre.. 964-6303 468-1217. Itpd 11/03 optic!' fankwell I l ond 11/03 > SFACIOUil 9 BR. 2 BA hem*
,'1 HWY 235-DW on 8 nice ecre*. Fenced, crooned ,. pump. .rartiany.. fencealand. '3 BR MOBILE HOMEr For sole. ) \with 'O4/AWeb"Cafl.V'

; porch. ........ workshop many other extra .' -BRADFORD Great for farming or or rant with option to buy. ....*'af storage. ,

ot SPENCB ST-Handyman special. .Beautiful lot JII!! pasture, $$30,000,, total.' Good ,term, ,'64.....,*.. Call 964-5827. 1 /Nog ,

1 w/frult tree*. $ .100. !1'I RENTALS Owner will finance wlrh,.VV, Itpd If/OS NEAR i

4 SARATOGA HOTS.BR. 1 BA, fireplace, wet bar PINE FOREST'APARTMENTS t' down and 10% Interest on 19(9' 10x40 TOAIURi .Comptetery bedroom troll..totoIoI", ,
4 C/I. fenced backyard. bakinc..CalI'"' 9648077.Itpd furnished. ,nw'copper trhU Ulllllles. Included. SSSweekly. I

SAMPSON LAKE-Nlce 3 BR, 1'/ IA. Apprex.. 1%. !\ 'I 9t-8807. 11/03 \ !wiring new ; .489-I37T...: Itcha S I

oc,.. 1, bathroom., "weed. tame 11/03 : A'AITMEN1 i
1-2 & 3 Bedroom $dl.i and So>rvlc. Far EFFICIENCY' .
BAVLESS HWY-3V4 oc. with 12x6S mobile home Apts. << Classified Ads I work. Price negotiable.Call Va-ToctV
Utilities rpa' .
and 12x65 bullton.FORSYTHE From! '150" to '2 7" 4;; ." Stlhl 'Get Results 964- 36$. or 964-923Z, students'welcome./ ; Clean;'

I .D.' nlc. ac... with/without mobile dioln Sam*and Other Stlhl Equipment ,... .1." .: 'and. ;aulet.Security. .

: home. @ 'lit" '- BOATS / deposit.. $MV.947Itcha
LOSE WEIGHT
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; LAFAYETTE ST-Lot with frame home. SOLD... 1530 W. Madison ; FAIL SPECIAL :. 11/03 -: 'U'\ ,' ,

STERN RD-S acres with C/B home. SOLD... Phone 9&4.6312'IQUI 11.lnchOOfl.Choh,1ew NOW Ii'ft.. SU BOATi ..34'hi>> couftUY' '." HOMSIkbidraan ,

OFF GRIFFIS LOOP-6.7 Ac... SOLD... NOVSIMOPPOKTUNIIY : 2 bath,-kltdw
....TH ST.-3 acre. SOLD... ____ 189- 10mbB.AMo.GuorarrtaedAU ,lahnean 'motort 'trolferislolom quipped." *.IMJ/at. .&t\ cay
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ski belts "
(achets.
DALEWOOD-Lovety bom. with 3 BR. 2 0*. S S S N.w 'port; 3 ecre*. $399 montl .
fireplace, 'A fenced nice 'tg. wtll. bldg. Corner lot. me. STlHI; j, 'Natural l HerbDlei' $90000. 431-1587.. .. 10/27 First,.\ last OflddspO5ift' t

Bond financed. "S 2tpd 11/03 : 964-9273 after p "; IIOTtfn I
!I .1140. > .
GALAXY .BOATl Walksthroucjh ..
197Q! "
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S i BROADWAY ST-2 BR, i BA 'Ig. .lot with peun ,' *T* t i.'II\t.
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NICE CLEAN FUBNWHtOBR
tree*. CB only 32000. '
MADISON ST-Frame 3 BR, 1 BA well built home trailer, 50'hpMercury. IS' 5, house.. No,children :
ft. Excellent ca d. .$1500! ,. Hous \located at !
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acre on Hwy 26 B Dogwood lone 9" "FllIM.468.1199.062P4! ; N..Mood\o\ n! '. I
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I ; HWY 16 W-IW frontage on let In. city. Wooded. "CUSTOM BUtlT cOMFCIAFT ,St. Na'JlOrpet i'iJI

nice to build hem en. .1 ,10ft ,ft...),Man! oIoc.,,foot; .. ..... ., Now
I 'T. CLAIR ST-2 lot. $,.100 sick with good owner REALTOR ; UcateS 'prlvot
Cflntirol'! trolling; mcdarsneny *
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USHERYour property
'JANES. extralAsklng
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.i NORTHWOOD-One acre wooded for only $..000 S Call af' 6 46B-2374J
Sat. Nov. t 11'M : $2500., '9646147; 11/03, r p.nt.<
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owner :2tchg 11/10 "tclta '1/. .'i', ;1.1''
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ST-4 BR, 2 IA from, porch partially leneied Union County Butter < -- ( BEDROOM! VURNtSHfOapartment.'All I

I: excellent owner financing 496-2126 or .496-2903 : 49 HomslrsDEERBOOT ... ; $ utilities i In.cludd. .

i ., 'BII5ENT RD-168 an St. 3/4 ac. nice building let. I. .. ..$130 month. 208 NjCointilele
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t LAFAYETTE ST-3 Building'". SOlD... -. 360 W.Main St.,Lake Butler"NEWUSTINGS1 'I: : I. J f .', :IciAu, t k4
>' PINE TREE INN-Hwy. 100 S. CI.bull..lng with '
., .1;81 :184 Yflmoha.Goodhap .bolh.icsld, enitrancIBBmonlfhr .
.10_ OCful..HWY ..-. I *,0ld FeehlenW. type 3 .......... h._. One block TRAIL ON SAMPSON LAKE .......,. Maka,offer.. Fwr
i S-Ovor an acne with 200 ea hwy. I from SR 121 In Ik. ......... :
$ .toO.
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: sHWV 301 S-Apprex ITtag. on hwy. '. FLORIDA "
I *.2'1A_ with 2 bedroom home located apprax. /, I'r ,........ for *mpoIntnvnn,
,, i Owner financing. \ ...110 off SR 121,1 mllee' eul *f Ik. Butler., 1 .1'" G/75Q.W/fol.| ..... 'ttchflIl756Zr'! ; ;"y.
rental
301 N. 7 units.goad .
f COVE APARTMENTS-Hwy. .3 ...._. I'" bath black ham. Central '
concrete Reduced for jukk ..sol*. ROOM wnr MBt rrn. AHutllltla '
: In__. I heat/air, extra large kitchen with double even Th... ,t hom. lt.. f.alura lthr (ronag. or tMVl.w.; 8905,3 ,. ", .. ', ..' ,2 fc ml b*
UPTOWN-lg. bldg. In geed condition. I dlihwather. Corning Were stove plus grill. Also .... sparkling 1 Samptoru thIs 2,042 ocr lake ha a sandy' bottom."A .197$' G" "'7f ;:',__t ,01. '

,'. HWY....nIoy.16 E-40 Barn acres, several with lovely pecen remodeled trees.S8AVLESS hem of'! I fenced back yard, lacatud 3 Mack t* Male St, la Lb.Sotlor pier and rxxfl landing ,or*ovallobl 1 for UBO.I Enjoy| t Un1ry (If.with.cMyllf Mechanic km*.f..,. 'M' Ih..301.1
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S HWY-20 acres with nice home. SOLD... ( .. amenitflkt. all at, auction'prlc *HO JO BC SOLO ABSOLUTE I -.yPREVIEWillwrt. 1978 Honda TBOAdressed. ',". \'
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I 2 dreem CB/brlck bam*phi*extra corner let neer $.1..... <. S rapnj
.. 'RISING ROAD-20 acra with pasture and pecen I He central beat/air, .. Nov. 6, 12-S/W/NovV! ffl.vWW 1 'Thur Novi7 ..... sod b. Rk. furni4ed
hospital. c. stov, ndrtq.dishw.slwr. ,: *.. I97B Mnnda.., ,,,IBft. .,. ,..... .
j S '*tree. hoe 2 BR, I BA tram* hem*. I .t. 30ti* 96
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Extra let pecen trees,. 10-3/Frl. P4 8. 10- /Sat. c'2DlECTt M
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: S *HWY 238-Handyman special. haute an 17% ee.be I *Acrec-WORTHINGTON SPRINGS AREA with .....1. .197"" c);' :of.S,_ 's.1p'.1 pesgg

r : creak and beautiful tree. ties... lOaxre* _II..... Owner financing with small k A lOt SW of Stark*, urnVrVit
;. Decree sHWV with 229-Uvety frutt B 3 nut BR tree, IVk IA brick veneer en $8 .dawn payment. S mil* ttft tTMsn 3 mItes I to ouctIonh.odquar.rs t.,. : .1""$ "G4' .7tDre" '. .'.: ', ..lt I" ,,!\! /.f
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I W Acres-Fronts river. Ale bee 1.000 ft.:frontage ee 305-' .; '01Suftlkl '; -
: '..WALDO-78 acres 'J320*' frontage on Hwy. 301.HWV ] SR 237. DEAL for hunting. club, camp *r farm."ACREAGE .. > TERMS:', I aWm t on 'day :,of' >crl*, :addltlorfai 1 5HOT; 'clo"lr.a, ., ;;."! W.i iu. : :

100 W-BB acrae wooded he* :3300 frantegeHWV ** .. balance .fi";!ad :''MVA 1 ': \ %: |rtr.4t 'with '1\1 ',1O-y M. r:..amortfnHlonch ,. .....'......r'o\''!:, ,,;v (. ,'c ,

.on hwr. I *1Vt .1 t B IB Acr* tract located $ mln., from Ik. dul. t la IIJ J jn 3 y oriv; !" .H 0 'I.L, ,,,,,.
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239-HlgK 1 Pry 32 3/4 acn.. pasture barn I Butter Owner financed wIll" 18% down 10' yean to r ';I' ,,,.,

'I i shed well elect.. pecan trees. lovely oak B fontd. I pay balance at ,12".' Greet opportunity'to buy For : r., 'call, ;; ;t., .'82 _..... .v rssPi

.. must *e* te appreciete. ItOMfSTTR.Apprax. Lb.

ns.HWY 125-18 acre mostly planted pine, well B. 108 acres wttft old; .....1otte4 Ito_front 3 4t'IGGIN.O.YMAM' ; 'j 4GLre ".: t ,,e,'b.e.o;
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partially. fenced. Only SM.S00.: reed*.Owner ftnaneed. .Ideal for ...... reach or Ideal. I +. I \ _Y WS&_

.OWNER FINANCING-Beautlful *month old "mobile I te develop Into IB acr reecherres. Completely' ten. ,..,.. sCeme.Iu'. .. ,$he/de/ ",
bam en 1.9'10" \ ._-. | S chnW I3fN Dad
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Strk iMlghfaarhaedSANTA .. 9 Highway .......... cusp tree ..". 9LL PEE. 14GOfl4t tft orid ''. to6 I o. ,
FB SHOBES-Smalewld. mobile, heme *ncenol I *M with bam kill ...ni1I .iL lu"i' I
cres cut* en bt PrevMence." ......"'t <_
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NOTICE YARD SALE HELP PERSONAL ,PERSONAL CARS f

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WANTED' SERVICESCHAIN SERVICES (TRUCKS V
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-'IS"IIO. ADVERTISING AXLES TIRESt Two axle iI

1 should. submitted to the RUMMAGE Hampton Christian S BAZAARt Church MAC ESTATE sAUSPtOPlEi, UNK PENCE Install WLl'S SAW'SHbriComplele.sharpening 'and four'' tires. Highest ,197S CHEVY IMPAIAn 350. tlla I

Bradford County Telegraph Friday 8 Saturday Nov. Scholarships available fur ed. Free estimates.Handy service, circular price paid. Green' V-8, Power steering Itru
attic In
: writing! and cold .-5. .Open 9 a.m. Free unlicensed i person, IRA Man ."Fence Co.. owner hand, carbide, chain Welding Shop. 301 South power, brakes. A/C.
:In advance ,," ... credit Is Tom's Potato Chip and Faulkner Realty) 964-9O69. Tommy Reddish. 964 8999 mower.; blade hollow !Starka, FL 64-5007.. 11/03 2doortereo and radio. ;

already office.established with punch. (Potato''chip* by 10/38 ski'WOMENt' 6/09.12/30 ground land balanc.d.L ,tfnchg See at 411 N. St. Clalr St. IiLREJp
this ; '
TELEGRAPH, 'Peterson Distributor) ltd Want to' earn an DRAINFIILD. ROCK ,Bldg. of Jackson Building AXLES 8 TtRESi For mobile 96-4-8872.9/15 tinS
THE STAFF 11/03. extra ,$3005600'p.r'mth.working sands, llmerock top (011.Lago Supply"Sfarke, Keystone home Olin's Mobil. I/ IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY
CANNOT BE MELD RESPOM- In your'' awn or small loads. Ph. Home Sates Call 964.5606. JEEPS FOR S44 the
UMMAGB through
SALE Height Lake Butler.
liStS KM MISTAKU IN Nov. -Corner Walnut Saturday A home? Call- Marie for an 782-1172. i BRADFORD TFNchg .for..* 10/13 nnWANTED U.S. Government Get the < #.... PHONE 964-7776 jSsI ,

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS Madison, ''nextto' In-home' Interview. UMEROCK SALES His 7/14 GLASS CUT TO ORDERi TO BUVt Old farmor facts today Call ((312)).
TAKEN
OVER .THE Bodeock' 9 $11. 'TT Itpd 782-3790. 10/20.pd 11/10 MOBILE HOME REPAIRS, 19 Doors/wlndows. .tc. ,acreage with bam. well 742-1142. ..t. 609. 10/13 I TE"aiEu. 205 H. Temple Stark M

''Classified TBUPHONI. 11/03 NURSING INSTRUCTOR Full 1 years experience" working/ JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY septic. A house would be EOW 11/24

deadline TUESDAY to- 43. S. WALNUT STt Clothe, ,time winter'semester only with m/h. If' you* need 9646078. Order also nice or would rent to applyon 1977 OLDS OMEGA* 1d

NOON prior dl.hOt. 'vacuum cleaner Teach batIc1"8' more also 'custamlied taken In .lake Butler. down payment. Write Brougham. Low milage. ;I
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Thursday publication. bikes, baby and children. skill' to Hospital/Home. Add-A-Roonv built For 4963079and Keystone P.O. Box 418, Lawtey A/C cruise, good condi *AN INVITATION >
Minimum, -charge. I i. IS Health Aide student* ..InStarke. estlmatesf call 964.7724. \ Florida 32058. 10/27 4tchg after 1
473-4973.
tfn
Heights/ 2/26 $2,000.964.5240
ward for $2.75, then 10 clothes. Itpd 11/03 tlon. to ..* an extraordinary villa In .
Five. days/week: B .9/15 tin 11/17
FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS
( each 223W of luwteyt Saturday 9:30 p.m. tin Stark.. A of 'a small hom
cant or word 9 til ?7 a.m. to 1. p.m. Minimum REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS "WE BUY PECANS New 1973 PLYMOUTH FURYl SW. g.m "
..thereafter. Baby clothes. CB. requirements Include curt and Crop .Florida Souvenir. sadate-rlch looking and It
B-trock odds and ends. painting plum 144 W. Cell St. 8-passanger, fully loaded. wormy
"Itchg it/OS' rent RN license, three bing repairs. 29 year ... 944-7303 land 782-36SI. 10/27 4tpd Good condition. Must see comfortable Pleas telephone "
YARD SALE year 'nursing. experience: p.rl.nc. All work 'Open 11/17 533-2451.
S3* EAST TO 10TH STt Dead to appreciate. us for an appointment. w
end, white house. Friday .'M nursing home/hospital 'guaranteed '9647738. T.W.T" F l tii s.30 NEED JOB) Housecleanlng 10/27 2tpd 11/03
plus teaching experience. 9/15 IfnPlCTUIII Set.-9 AM HI 1 PM Monday Wednesday. Well 1944 PONTIAC BONNEVILLEl It
; 9-5. Clothes all
1IG THRSI FAMILY YARD Saturday plus .......1. experienced. Call A
Salary Starting FRAMING Readymade Appointment! .421 cu. In. 2 barrel no .
*SAUl Next sliest adds ends -14% ACRES OFF 225 Wi Lewtey. .. Septic
to Do-Drop-In date January 3. 1984 Sub- frame and over 100 No Always Necessary 964-4266 Iris Andersonhas dents, good motor and I
'dishwasher Some
tank '
camper top; owner financing
Bargain Noose, 301 South. mit application to Or own transportation 4
: .styles of custom from. to 1/7tfn ? transmission $300. Call
Friday i Saturday. Lot of guitar R amp.; chain: etc, >! 1103PERSONS REDUCED FROM S140.000 to 120000. 47 excellent -'
Clifford LeBlanc. Director choose from Reasonable ...... Itpd 964-4203 after S p.m.
? misc. (it.ms. Itpd It/03, Cancelled1 If rain. Itpd; of Personnel. Santa F. prkes. Quality workman. WANT TO DRINK? ) WANTEDi (A) to weekdays. 11/03 2tpd oc... Attractive, ."' 1,,_ brick home .

.SATURDAY, NOV. l.9 a.m. 1/03 _--'- Community College, P.O. ship. CREATIVE COTTAGE THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS cover with 2 Inch. of cement 11/10 and 47 peen trees. 4
'ff' 4 p.m. St. Edward'! FOUR FAMILY"YARD BALI Box 1930 Gainesville." Fl 3 ml. south cf Starke on US WANT TO STOP over existing' floor In 1970 MAVERICK 2-dr.. red. QUIET RETREAT I ACl At S4th St. off S.... 1

parking. lot. N. TempleAvet At Jo-Lu Motel 301 South. 32602. An Equal .Opportunity 301. 964-6118. 10/27 4tchg THAT OURS bldg. 14x18. for smooth 6-cyl., good gas mllaage. BR. 2 BA. attract kit., fireplace.
I........' Itpd 11/03 Stereo, TV, ke machine, Employer. 10/27 11/17 Alcoholics Anonymous wall-to-wall surface; ((8)) Insulate No rust, $350. 964-6365 or 503 N. CHURCH ITt Well .built. 2-story. 4 M

FOUR FAMILIES! Don't miss odd dishes and clothes ends.and lots. of Stcbg 11/34 NEW CLASS AEROBIC DANC- .944-4 ISO #fc ,...1434 walls w/3Vi" 9645232. Itpd 11/03 ham. CH/A. Fplece,'sep. ..,., utll rm..
'this one 346 N. Cherry St. 11/03 9.' Itpd OR/RNt' Full '-......''position' INGI Wed, a Frl:. 1:15: p.m': 9444194'ALANON fiberglass end 6" PULPWOOO TRUCK. One ton CORNER LAFAYETTE 8 ORANGE Builders

Friday-Saturday.. .-... WEST LAKE BUTLER ROAD .for, a registered nurse In St.i, Mark' Church ChurchSt I: fiberglass 'In celling: (C) Install con be converted. to flatbed delight. 1.4 ac. behind Pantry Pride. $".1110.

Cancel rain. Itpd 11/03 Friday only 9 to :30.11011' our new surgical suite, OR Starka. Call 9645078. FAMIiV' GROUP and finish sheetrockIn 8700 or best oiler. Also Zoned for mulH-famlly. -

SATURDAY ONLY or .hl_. Three families. experience Is preferred. Itchg 11/03 ..94-4219 entire bldg. (D) Build wood heater, $80. Phone REDUCED FROM SSS.OOO to S52.000t Brick
,November S. 9-1. ,Deer- Girl coot Competitive; salary with BABYSITTING! Mon. Frli: 8/11 14tpd > romp for wheelchair use, 9644923. Itpd 11/03 home. CH/A. 'Fenced large lot on Rd. 220.
wood Subdivision south and ,Children1 men, women stand-by call compensa Call Barbara Gllpln. .. approx. 52" wid. and 16' 1943 OMC PULPWOOD -LOCATION LOCATION 3 8R, 2 BA facing r
clothing
an 301. look for signs. Keystone. Classic' Tlgar; tion. A* a Health Care 9647660. Itchg 11/03 ,r "HOMESFOR long with sturdy 2x4 rails, TRUCK Runs good. Call Golf Course. Cust. drapes, one gar., .,nh.*.
Itchg 11/03 Paws 60s Center 'of' American HOUSE AND WINDOW using treated materials. 964-9734 aftar 4 p.m. Itpd Owner financing. r
;, refrlg.r high Medical International we CLEANING Reasonable ; SALE (E) Machine shampoo rugs 11/03 '
chai,; book and lot THAT SPECIAL HOUSE 3 BR. 2/. BA. Staircase
offer paid retirement plan rate. Call 473-4496, 6p.m. -. I' In DR and LR. Completed 1971 VW'VANt Runs wall.
'........ Itchg 11/O3 sweeps to 2nd story. Pelle window' for
saw stack purchase plan and only 10/27 2tpd o'wria. by Nov.24. Location 320 N. $800 FIRM. 964-4288. Itchg
SATURDAY 10 HI T7 Behlnd 'translar opportunities, 11/03' BY See at 395 St. Church Street. Starke. beauty/bett Insulation. F'plece. 30x22 gar.

Tackle Box 341 N, Temple Other benefit Include BAKER L P CAS INC.I Family Clair St.!3 BR, 1 BA block Cash payment on completion. 11/03 Country Club. $ ',000 at 9%. SP 195000.

ATUR_I.3O Ave. Baby cloth.*, dishes dental plant .paid vacations 'owned and operated. W. home. CH/A carport like Write: David. E. COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Brick an 1% e*.

what-nots, many ,other sick' leave; and .' FHA' financing. Fisher, Box S. Milan Pa. 10ST/FOUND Skylights fans, cust. shutters. 3 BR. 2 IA.l<\pI.
and furnish
,. ... -...:'<<),.... items Itpd 11703 paid ell or rent tank new : FR win \
kit.. LR w/fploce, DR. IB- w/bey
hospital' discounts. Call or cylinder. We solicit 35500., Sacrifice. 18831 Itpd 1103Classified sep.
,fit rE IN3M1LAS TWO : MILES ON ORIFFIS.. send resume to Personnel, customer who awn Ih.lrton" 1.468.132301 tin LOSTi Trl'-Coler Walker dow.. Scm'd parch 8 carport ....000.

SDUT'' LOOPS Saturday, .. take City Medical Center "*. Call .299-6812 or FOUR BEDROOM HOME on Ads Hound. No. on side 827. MAGNOLIA' HOTEL Storks landmark with 35 f
Three
families. 11/03
osrwRSe' od4.e. Itchg 1701 W. Duval Lake City 295-6810. ) V03 4tchg large fenced lot In city Tatoo In ear RMH. Lost In rms23 baths. 11,547 sq. ft. Clean Roams.

,, Hrwy..30' HUG OARAGE South of SALE Starka. Four'miles Flo. 32099. 10/27 2tchg 11/24 limit Excellent: location Get Results Lake Alto area. Reword of. -3 BR FRAME HOUSE Exe. cond. Off SR100E. SB

6' Fi Mulls' US 301. Household Hems on. ,. RESIDENT MANAGE needed JERRY'S ELECTRICAL on private road. Interior fered. Phone 9648008. 22nd Av. 2 Its S15.0OO ceih. i

hardware toots, antiques, for 36 unit apartment Reasonable prices; free need sonic work. Asking Call collect after S p.m. 713 MADISON STi 3 BR home new. roof. CloseIn. I

t.L OrNCS" TOWS, mist ItemSat.., Nov. Sand community located off ,..IIm_.. 24-hr service. 131 ;500.', Call 964-8930, MACHINE QUILTINGCrib E.L. Akrldge. 10/27 2tchg SM.OOO w/ewner flnan.
ZQOL.Sj C lAL11'AppuWCE'S Saturday of tar State Road 16 and Ralford 4681119. Hampton J1/03 10/20 11/10 to King Size' 11/03 AT LAST I One of our finest residences on :33:

every Road. .Part-time. Experience 4tchg 11/24. Can far Information LOSTi FEMALE COCKATOO %. Split roll fence 8 3 berns. Oak flooring
"nt"all"- good are sold.
laIaETr: helpful. $200 APPLIANCE REPAIRS All BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES brownlth/blonda Ch/A. 1320 ft 301.
: itch 11/03 a I ; Betty Hlldebranoj Puppy oan.lllng, stone fplace. on
; LV.VARD-sI I. ',.MO W. MADISON STi Three' month, plus tree apart work guaranteed Licensed 64-8122 hair. Answers to the name1of CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly new 3 I.. :2
FOUt
m.nt. 'and >S50 towards technician. Reasonable "Dumplln", Lost In the In Estates w/tradltlonal'
BA stucco Conerly
'Sot. Soturela 9
8. Nov. ,
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41S N.Polk. Fri.
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% utilities each month. Send rate.. 964Ipd 11/03 area of 230-230A. Reward- 8 kitchen
fireplace
NovJ 45:9, a.m. tll??! PA 93. lot of everything. pretty
Itpd 1103SATURDAY resume tot Easton Sander.son 'HORSES-AQHAi Weanling .OWN YOUR OWN Jean- offered. Missed very much SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM 34 acres 2:
speakerclothes,! ""shoes and Company, c/o brood ar by family. Call 964-4134 or
mares open Sportswear, Infant- houses
.kitchen NOV. St Hampton homes, 4 chicken pecan grove Improved
.toys,' *m, op.pIlgnce
knick-knacks, Lo..... 6 a.m.1 til 4 p.m. Drew Morgol. 255 Liberty' bred Pretty Appaloosa filly Preteen; ladle Apparel, Don't B AStatistic 9647797. Itpd 11/03 pasture close to city limits.SR 230A 8 10OA.
GREYPOOOLEAnswers
Street Jacksonville. S900 and up. 964-5078. Combination' Accessories, LOSTi SMALL
Sofa, dresser, 'mltc. -2 Lovely Homes for tease.
lots of other things* Vary
396-2228. 11/10 to
32202. (904)) 11/03
2tchg
reasonable' ,prices: ; Jtcha\ Items., Follow sign. Itpd. '10/37 Slop 11/03 I.WILL CLEAN YOURT OFFICE or Large'brandsJordache Site store. National "Mow;." or "Mouse.'Last .2 lets Hampton Oaks.
11/03 11/03 41,000 Chimney' Fire Last -11 Plus Ac. on Edwards. Rd.
PRE-SCHOOl andyttpllj 229A. H have
CERTIFIED OR HOME Also typing Chic,leev Levi. Vanderbilt, seen on you
FAMILIES. Friday *, 1001 BUTLER ROADS Saturr Year $9 million damage tohomeowners. Extraordinary villa for the good lit e. .
.TWO TEACHER Call 964-9232,, phases\ ecretorlol; (sod Gefww' .any Information please* .v. "
: San
;,.I..tv'.do .. M!*;, $South,II,la 4ay ,,Npvr34: ; .Four 4fchg II/OSUO DM work. J'I 6410I.: .}Ipd i BrlttanteVtColvtn. Esprit Klein, Don't (let this ...&lnJl ,'nWQl fat Ezro'!" ..., large lot. on ...sent Road... n .,. w

.',//C ur"'hett.urRb9r" .,I.IJ.. IY.tfl.r.1i....wAiiW" \ -! ,.::HIII>.IIIIOUI4OUI. I'I1..N.' '' I'11t<<:t'1'Y'' ''tII'i. lr.las+'IIoIiIo l v p+...aleenttt''t6nth Pw, .E.""' _,. hn! ,$lmplt <,taPlY'64i.994! I!, oIo.II ion,*ii Former,Z 1.Moln; btt9T20.doo'.
11! A
"" 4kiQtrttey.jI4 Fhj c'I1n.' .. Call 'l164 .27. land IK-MS.
.t"" rl lint '..S MONST'.ttkirrg yaawn'hours i.. ,, ,., \ '" "'"Clalborne., Itchg I / -40 A. Prime off
( foam Coat* and ,*,,111. shoe*. AM til/9PM
blanket,slfverworej being your: owq, HeolrhKir*, 300 'Others. .8 POUNDsPEKINESE 'DOG on 4.71 A. $11.000. Owner flnanci
pad conning )letn.etc,.1 tpd children desks, sewingmochln.t.dlshware boss and be provided. with Classified Ads, S7',90O.IO> S24.900 4nven Monday.SaturdayBlanknhlp. 301 near courthouse. Call MH 3/2 on I ac., 301. S32.000
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11/013. ,, pots -all the 'Vou'll need 9648032. Itchg 11/03 -719 I. Laura St. 22000.
training tory airfare, training, fixtures r
: and end ,
FridayOnd and pans' coffee Results
134 I.. WALNUT STt' would you Ilk. to give It a Get grand opening. Chimny Swsj Repair, Shop. Hampton. Own. fin.

Saturday. Several' tables, toys ono many try? Call Avon, 96<6-7366 or Mr,.. Kastecky .((901)) .. e fiavWNos
[other .Items galore.,Will be
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.families. Hous.hoid..ap- 964-8442. Itpd 11/03 ,I' 337.8031.. Itpd 11/03 SubscribeREDWIGOLIR /
b: pllance*,. lamps luggage: postponed In case of! rain. ASSEMBLY WORKERS, tight fL ILAND! IllA COONS M4UI1tlOVIi IAVIIM OUTLAW........ .
'. 'furniture., "clothing. i WA VO.*..'.*. TOMMY CHASTAIN Host,. .
MISCelLANEOUS' assembly work from your lIi\\Ofi1f\HjJHQ1\\ \ I STARKE RADIATOR W AVNIOOUCHAS...-Uri BAtlOV copy 9MSHSMAStlNS
bedspread,1 mlM. J.1ipd| home. Excellent: Income' REALTY rh MAITNA DCMKO,n._ SOHSn...-ewl ,..

'1/OCI ,r__ opportunity for Colt, T v < g 'I I SERVICE ...P MULUNS -.._ !'

1222 BRADFORD STi Friday* FREE TO GOOD HOMIi Port housewives,.etc Start Im 964-7700 II..,' ,. ,I.,,,,. ""od I FISHING WORMS

,' Saturday. Household misc. Oachshund/Part-you name mediately. Call Moogle at M "; S ."I i \' '" 'Em You Pick ................................* .1
N. Ave.Vernie ., ,
993 Temple We Dig
312-969-8686.. Also / JutV|
,: items. Itchg 11/03 11/03 tfn openevenings
Call 964-6640.
Itl :
'* -v, :.I Itpd 11/03 P. 'Odom/Brok- .. ,. 'Em From Beds f. FILL DIRT

''l"'A GUI ,Bring Containers Sand ft: Limarock Wll Drilling i

Good Starter Home:3 BR, SALE.PVC Massey'i Plumbing Repair I ..
I ," 782-3392
f' CH/A. Carport. Pipe -' Sth. 140. I. 468-1455 i
New Store'
I -In Country: 1 Ac. CB. 3 BR, Vl.S/"* per 100)' %", Across street from P.O.. State Licensed*Hampton.C3C4C.C94e.C..C4C4.MCC4C9CCC44 ii
1H BA h_. Nice screen S 9" per 100. ',!! "IM Hoc* In ICHMIW Joining property N, 01 e
ed bockporch. '. Sch. 40$14'1. tat.a !.<*" Faith Baptist Church .
:, per
Conferv
; : Dukes: furniture & Appliance Good Location: Brick 3 100r V. SBS per lOOt,f, Ask for Randy or Daws Lawtey.

v BR :2' BA. Fireplace, In I SI IS per lOO;. 50: 11.00 100. $2.00
964-6810
ll T 30 fM.' counrty. Quiet area. Electric Wires 800 '..00 I.OOOtSIB.OO MINI
$ ;
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.43B $. Walnut t. Open COHNER HWY Kl s 16
12/2 NM Wire Z50.S2Sper
\t Owner financing.
,. Guaranteed PP" "c. .rv/ce> '' MR Tnett AYR. .tsI
JUST REDUCEDl'Walklng roll.
; Prices"Q.
Warehouse distance' uptown. 3 BR Electric 0.rseroterf200.m.
!!
.'., ( .i.j 1' .,. y.a-_......'*...*..<"......".-.-: fireplace compact yet lots SUS.OO..BARGAIN : Shop & Compare

I ,"' eComplete'LIn4: { 'o*'Appll nc.*/ fWnitur And Hou..hold Items of room.-Call to see. CENTER outhern Villas Special 'Insurance for -" OFAMERICR
, I Mobile Home Parka
-476 on 301 South. Owner Sol SouJh el SroReo.ilire' '
' financing:9 ac, of Starke "All type of 473-7683

Bedfroom Suites I $150 and up, .' Roomy House across from homeowners policies for Location Hwy 301 Next to McOoneitdsSterkeAH

I and Vo-Tech. Owner financing. // Apartments mobile homes. I

.lying oomSultes: $60 u I Needs some work* hzfI' ...A .. Scats .... IS I lllf..nf Re. Can for Quote *
.Matching Washer/Dryer $275 FORRENT RA TUllES: CMM air. I Usst.ralrifsrstur. '
;BAREST HEIGHTS 4 BR. :i BA block ...It"!!'.....'!.
: '. :rrall. .:First and last /. wd M ... cafs05g" Mspss.. Olin's Mobile
,i ,proat-Fr.. ,Refrigerator, M59, 'ren't 'plus damage sls .. IsuntfryraMi .WAREHOUSE OR COMMERCIAL BUILDING On U.!
mo.
{ ; .*.tf, *.** & larkititervlc Home Sales 301 between Sterke 8 .-,. Good 'location i
deposit.'
j r I prrrMsl, business servicing Cress between JacksonvilleGainesville.

M See ApertHmrti. For Rnrt'' Elaine M. Olin Agent 1 phase power, I roll-up door 9,000*.

T' .S Ac. w/well and septic 6. 1 Bedroom from *1 83 964-5606, Long Term Owner Fin.neing.C j
tank. Owner financing., 3J" Bedrooms from '203. : 2 ACRES Just off S.R. 16 West-SlO.OOO.

'- :&: ,C, :MiQi,. .Storage; I ,",LCN !AMP HOMES ; 2V4 Ac.:Owner; financing1.COMMERCIAL ; For Application I LAKE GENEVA-Brlck home an larl. .kite .

\ BLDGl, Call or Write .: Beouttful view huge live ..k. end many flowering
: Renting
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,Now I 2.000 sq. ft. lot. '''.500. fASTON. SANDERSON Wall, shrubs. Large :* BR-2 BA I In excellent. condition. OwnecS
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,12 : "*'10X12'12x18! $fark'41Cr4gl, BEAUTY SHOP, barbershop AND COMPANY i will consider financing. '''.000. j

8x12, skating rink some 155 Lfeerty Street Drifting .NICE OLDER HOME L_,. 4 .... Central Heat ft

mire It slulkl-KawafiakirA! k. I equipment. $28,000.SPORTSMANS ./HIlI""" K a2cas11R.i .. . . . . 1 Air Fenced yard, assumeele mortgage let us. .h.vi a
3 Bodroom, Brick V.n,e>r Horn (CI04I I'.IU' I
DREAM
Hwi Ml $..> .9a46020 r. '! I : 2", you this en* today I St;
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'_'':'! 1 Mr Bath arIA: Carport:. Utility Room. Fish camp Sampsori lake, Fast RotaryDrilling *LAKE BROOKLYN Older home with 3 BR/2 BA. Knett{|
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- ::;; -- .1.; 1 ; 2.72 ac., IM'.tr: ; err Sampson I
"* '" orpetlnoj : ) pine tongue 8 groove .._Un.. Welk la. K-T"to.
'1'ubscribe Today 1 1 'ON YOORLOT, (oh., 76O ft.'on canal Equip. Height hopping. Geed condition .....000. Et
I %i : Ae 'iYHth ;Jwell, \
'BRADFORD'COUNTY' *3l3-5 \ bar room, bolt Untied k.
room
game Stats 3 I.. 2 Bath home off SR 14 W. Control
!:i r'' septic,,'.)octric front*' SR ,StartkwAt! : ;..T'.f ,, 8 tackle shop',, living . . . . 8 STARKEi air fireplace ,..... I'I'acres.This home Is vary rand .

''fELEGRAPtI1"t. 100. 3 mile to town. .$31IOEi00 quarters. boat, kicker I pampsI'ew only about. 4 year ..Id.

4 11 Sf'EC1A1.OFTHI MONTFji', I I -14.,AC-lowtey.'Beautiful TRACTS North Sterke.. The owner I ,
: S S. 10 ACRE lu.
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f: 1 <.964.8!!! ... 2 BR,,,1 BA AZALEA HOME.' I ,4)8 Different Plan*.. Financing.Interett : ImP: pastn'.,\Fenced. 3wells Used1es'Parts' offering good term at S2.0OO-$3,000 per acre. .

Like new*,fenced yard., J :. 8 fttarttag 4X to 1!'(.>IJI... .a' 2 culverts, $2500. & '' *DUPLEX Near Keystone High" School. Good i
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Call r. .
I IiVACUUM"r'AL'E CM/A.: Carpet, panel. ..' D YOU QUAUt'Y Act If.to' .} ervic I. property.Each unit 2 BR, 2 BA. Great Room. 781 Sq. Ft

I and chadt' on'd.talh,, to ,j For InformrHo.Cell/ .\ ;"CRCs'"w'Mobll.Hcom. EZTermsiPlumbing Constructed In ,..,. ....000. .

: -: purchase. : Bam.....oils and .' ....'" .,. ... ./- R;- .'.' .EXECUTIVE HOME Bench style 4 BR-I BA with (
) .list'with'Straut'for'1 tho'catalog I. 964MEWINSTMiATWr _"" "j ,,," kroMQVMBKL .
I '' tr lOC: 2,1g. }| en 1.' acre*. Overlook. Lake Brooklyn 2200 Sq.Assumobla P
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ACROSS; darkroom i AfrdO&d'r' .

I ,;w.", Flncooe- "Our"' .,*Owtf..,. J LORRAINE CHAMPION $53.000.' J ,??*' /; $3" New Iristallauior., tgege.S88.ODO..STAn ROAD 230 EAST Beewtlful) 3 BR. 2 IA borne. .

",*** '=... ,. Ere er"4deme.R1 I' : > Extra NkJ.M.; 2 BA manth Remodeling 1 (plus. ) ..... 2._ garage, within city limits. $...,900
'Iv .. "on 2.1'_.' IIMfTat3g: Repairs. .. '
, : .horn lawteyarea 1J-* !'.- ;! *HSILBRON SPRINGSi 4 Acre 'cIoe 8 hated:'
ii '1J ., Musi? .. ,to appreciate R.nt Dnrran'ettPUMP 1 $''.000. oth.W..I. 11MSNO '

,'I I ,,Ii;j>', 1 ..-.. rtNO a AIti CO o Available) Owner to"finance' Office rumltyr : . .'.:. ,'. J. I DAIRY ROAOt 7 Acres with 1408 hen fee e
I 1"8.' at .I'." .eWe.kly the reed. Bring In offer $ '.700.
1 I. NS' i ,, l1EFR/iERATO/y; APF'L/AJICE pG 1 terest. ,4/, &', *LAKE BUTlERi ...2 BA......-.central .heat B air|

t .., 8BAR8"'i>' .,-I i oHW'I' 16w-2.y7 acres with 1 eMonthly. Year SUPPLY' ......, I **r*.' reel...!I SM.SOt. .__
1I '-- "'I! j extra speclaf 24'x64'' Home I By ,
-. .._ NlTma'eA/( .'', r : -I J FAEI Ezita-s 44MANTENAt.CE of Merit. a :Seplle. tanks.. I COMPANY 1

I .1<.1 .a ...... ,0'11,6.' :. f.: 0l1; ear G 4 prs'nn& < 74 MR atinric! 21'x60''gotegecarport, rtu : ... .\. .,,*: t. fll."t'. }

; ;' Af1 .aDi-'j '" :Vf I II' 4y.iCEteb ThFOU0/1OLf ci.A Ls r 1 REAsONMt f rR ees utility/ 'roorni PHirJ/ tree. 84 N.., \
$TftO\Ir
.! t "' '1 + (,mssA1RLy' Office Shop hnple Ave. ";

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)j FPL to Provide Applicationsfor J Union Colhty Ads : : > '. I

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FOR SALE. ;OR SALE REAt : HELp! HELp. ;
i Energy Assistance Funds ,,1\\11.\\ It ESTATE ''WANTEDRIAL WANTED ,, ; ,
Marine Plywood ,Root Also1' 1 Ni h?*,1J&1 taut 35 HP '. ; ., ,, ., '" ; ., TYPsWRrrlR'AND AOtMMOMACNINEI
For the third feel thl., trailer a 78 model 7.' slalom IOOMNO KM A SP1CIMPWC ISTATI UCINSINOI: ,OvrMma,t Job.. S16.3S9 FOR, RENT
Florida Power : ongoing support of Soaking motor. Call ..Mr b.ltstrailer! .ck.i; '! OJ!' mOPMTYt, .$ j ";, loke'Clfy.VIRW: / School I fReal' '; $.50.153lrl"lf'( .;. 'una"/ ", 'Coupty Ilm* ISO
and Light energy assistance program Is 490-2843. 1-chg: 11/3 *500-l"hon*' 43.-1517. don't how.It, I'll find ,It5Ju ." Estote*,'>"l"tion. >rou.. Ara'' Coll Mdln' Street take Butler,
} will alert its customer tq serving the needs of our Kimball -Plane $600 phone 2-pd 1027113WANVEOi .l ask JANE S. USHER. 753-4006. TFN 714Exsaiot 809-687.6000 Ixtv KOI36 phone 49A.326I for Info
availability of some $20 particularly those who 431-1633., I-chg RMpoMlbl party RIAITOR ."'6.al6.r S l! 'Income:for'part 44pd 10/7/-11(10 mpllon TFN 10/1 ''
federal energy assistance difficulty in paying their energy toto.au" small monthly, '496'2903/ ova*. "y00 ..' How horn assembly work O/BN Pull Hm position for POW KENT OHO TBHH 38DHM.
low-Income households. or meeting other financial .INSURANCEMAINES payments' on Spinet Con Union County Realtor" Par 'Information call a registered Nunn In our ..3 BDftM.fvml.hed
," Player said.ter. '.... /04 *< ', mobile'homes.' 180.$310
) Piano. Can b* seen .D4 4-500; 9' ,txt Mpr; new >urglcul; iultO *
Customers already are .. locally. Writ: Crdlt. t.* ACRM Completely let*. ', ,' prlnc' l' prfrrd. ,laundry'' and playground..
notices in their electric bills INSURANCE AGINCVl Manager, P.O. Sox 2O9.reese. .. ea end. cleared. Prim PERSONAL Competitive alary with Pines 496-3366 UFN 9/29
ing this year's 1 Steve 'Kroxdwag tl j 160 S. lake.Avenue n. 62230 3-.-pd 'land for farming and utand-by call compna* PRAM HOUH for rent'ISO
Energy Assistance f lake Sutler 496-397. 10/2711/3 \ anlmata.'Mai 2 DRM, M/h" .;SERVICES. tlani A1 a holth' car1 SW 9th Ave: :2 iDflM,,1.1M.,
(LIHEAP) under which TREE SERVICE Complete Insurance Ser NEW wend HOT. POINT and ;.barn. lecotixi batween cntr, of American' '$160 mo. ,flrtf ond\ .lo.t
families can receive federal 'Removal ji vice. TFN. STOVi, 4 burnr white' Lake ,..|.,.,land Pros DOftMAN WELL AND SEPTIC Medical Interrfatlonal we 'month's In ....aftC.':.......'
help with their energy bills. I Steve, Moving tnut,..11. vidence. '* ,. / TANK Package'deol:-wells offer paid bade and major 496-2975: *.or '496-3087.
plan is administered by WANTED $225pi.on.1 4311843. IXTKA NCR'172'tq. H 3 drilled waist pump. new medical Insurance, paid a.pd 10/2111/:1: X 'f
of 2-eh8 11/3 'OHM. 3 BH.j Stock.fam., ,Initalarion of s.pnc'tank; retlrmnt plan, stock pur- ublwlde Mobile. 'Worn*
Department Rehabilitative Services ( ,Stump Removal 1' rick (torn* 3 SDRM. '1 t7BH an drain' fields and left sto, cho. plan, and' transfer With carpet and al l, $195 a
will be Free WANTED TO SUYr Old farm ,',brick horn located In' acr*.. Fruitp tr**egwp.sr, lion. Mobil) ham. pales opporlMnltl, Oth r ,mth $50 dposlt.'i' Call,
accepted
plications for puts ponlvs, grazing own; J40 N.E. 9th Av*. tg.' p* ha* mobile avollabl. AH 'work benefits Include dental. 496-3253. UFN 10/27 :'
November and ending t Firewood '1 and acreage with living Phone 490-2700 aftw ':00 ham hook-up DIIty. proper, guaranteed call' Tommy plan, paid vocattooV, paid Mobile Hem Somll) IuVN'2,
1083. 473-4732 quarter by reliable parsonlor P.m,4-pd 11/3-24 toman 273-3151. UFN 9/1 Ick' Ie....., and hospital BDRM near Half ard.Phone
After 5P.M.Keystone I a !ham,Writ P.O. Bex 14 'PorJ ,Plck-Up with NIC AND SHADY Comer lot CUSTOM MADE Draprlas. dlccovntt. Call, or send '43!.I* .h"-c a 113YARPSAiE.r, .

"Program applications : camper top. 8 'CIf'. w/2 'DffMmobllo'homeand Valonc and.Spread call r.suma to Peraonnel$, Lake .. \
available at all of our local Height i Ii ,I 418 Lawt*y, Florida 32056. Reasonable good eond. pecan tr.... Within 496.221 1011.496- 143 for City Medical Center., '1701W. !
said Aletha Player, FPL's Licensed ft Insured i 11/033tchg 11/17 newrmbattery. Phone walking'' dUtanc 'to FlU, Estimates S and W' Duval Lake' City, Fl .
of consumer affairs. "In a..M 4.1MOB: UFN 11/3 downtown. lake butler and enterprises UFN 9/29 33099. 3-chg 10/27-U/3 !
HRS representatives also "" schools. taNGO VFW PMt 1000W Ixcllnt. ,Income fet' part Vard Set*Soturoav,;/and 3un..
hand to assist'customers I ACM Just off 121 South of bingo every. Thura. ;:30 SR time home.._W,work day one' mil. down' Prodvld.nce
peting the forms." Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry arm :: .lak Butler.Croat buildingor 331 Public lnvltd.> 4-pel' ,Pr I....''"...." tell P-d-, Clothes', :'fun,
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will be available at all mobll* .horns (It*. Withpine 10/13-11/3 (04-44I-S003, lat. 9413.>> 'nltur*. ell throughout the state and In Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsyth Road.1: tr_. High and Dry. ArWc Dancing Nw Tim* fl/S many other.IWms,
and county welfare offices, Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to farm ;,''fl",: CMtvry ill MU.AII Century Beginning Nov. ":30:30'Mon.'and slog Pr Week Part time Of Yard Sale.On* block off 111
1..I.y. ...c. REALTOR T'-vra..UCHS' 1mJ31.s. Home Yf.bst.r,,Amrlca'lfavorite behind...,. Pureou Office.
community-based ty action agencies and offices Open Friday} & Saturday 8:30-5:00: : ] :' 2N3092.ANer hour sell lpd. dictionary com 393 SW 4th St.Lake Sutler.Mapl .
Judy Nell. .""'y.oke-A.se.. BAKER L P OAS |NC. pony nd4' home workers dropUaf fable, four'chairs
( Family
determine Favorite Varieties of Landscaping & Potted Plants' T. .r y 496-3,119, ;I-chg 11/3 bwnd and opratd. W. to update local mailing two living room'
will
HRS II....' Con bdons' ,>ctoriuM
Easy work. set lamp tables
the energy assistance funds. Friendly Atmosphere Com So Us .'\ I,.. Mil l or rent tank and fur.nl.hcyllndw .
while TV. and other
Item Frt'doi
Subscribe ( watching many ,, -
< Today .. .
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Aid families to or Families Individuals with now Louis A Wflhlower. and Vaterto .Johnson Management Team <,? '. UNION COUNTY: cuitomon who own their All ogee experience. Call unnecessary. (.end.Saturday. 1-r-pd

Children food stamps Specials Regular '. TIMES, tanks,, Call 393-0813 or 1-716-842-6000'Eot..13643: .
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benefits security generally income or qualify.certain t' s < 4984281 ,. 11/24:393-6819.( 11/03, 4tchg 3-pdll/3 'SxI SC f''i 9,61.

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verified LIHEAP income applicants which'must does FREE CLASSES, -' WEDNESDAY GUTS : "', :.,

ceed the State's poverty ; '. Call for Reservations Classes FHBng Fast, :, '+;:.:\ .
per month for a single I ". .." '. .
per month for two people; $ Make Up -.,SMn Care Hair Calm. ..Etc. ,; ', .i' 'I.' '

additional month for person.three; plus $140 Every Wednesday. through: the Hofidays J ': ... .' I'i.!: .


Offers Direct Advantages Deposit 21 N (Next tq Keystone..Shops, ) Keystone H gts DORIS' TOTAL LOOK .


Clay Residents'areas who of receive the Social OPEN MONDAYSATURDAY8am6pm Newly Expanded facilities/ at Doris' Hair! Clink 0'' ,"' :':.I; t'f ; "

ty benefits can reap several '_ /" Y t.r' .'
tages by taking part in the RECAPS :r\J.f<-" ",'''''' I."'. .,,... .w.'

checks deposit deposited program in and an have t ::: DORIS' TOTAL:;LOOK ,\ .,.' ,2K. .
financial institution says A. 78x13 "
Moore Social Gainesville.Security -r----- b :offering excising new ways to create v'; :;; ,.:' ;

manager In \; : .

Checks are sent directly to a 10x15 $39'95. through'Design I '' '
ing or savings account in a "r,
ings institution credit union :; ,I
financial institution rather HEW TIRES ..
the person's home. x Chromatics. e Manicures & Pcdlcsires,; :
25"
Some advantages are:' A78x1312x15 eVaur: Redken Skin Care Center '.' "..''":: 's\

A person does not have to is"W '..\
to get the check. The money J "

immediately There is no available worry about in an '0p ,by, tour our'"tw.f facifties.;meet with bur. :consultants.SN l y : ;:';:
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being lost of stolen. t. .Of ...... .1. ... ." what-DO.IS'aTOTAL' LOOK Is all about, : ".'.., .\,J.lr.;
There is need stand in ..
no to .4, ,I
te.hur.w Jwt ,I.- tutl diiv ta ""fir .s.rury ""wJ'i.t bry 0.)z.4 1 'owl > w QtR
cash or deposit the checfc..t '; : : .. ... w. nttw/4tntTv.tve.r,.s+"naufw.nrn.l+It H ,pt6nurilaaWNnrrr9prti61Et91Vrofad{ ;, ,. ,
It (Is safer to keep in t7
money K '"'
count rather than at home or 7s @I I'LI Hwy,21 WdwabetweerrBCeystoWfi Vii;
person.A" 9 { iWind pnmctttM; "
record checkbook for keeping provides track a of with old battery 'RK heir ear.foe men. Salon Prescription.Center '49McCULLOCH ". 1

money.To -

arrange for direct deposit ; : :
should complete direct J-: ,
son ; :.' ';" "' ; $
SF-1199. The form can be Pt. 3' ,
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any financial institution. A 'ik 's r
Social Security check contains !
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to :
Information necessary : I I
the form. A person should "t j.Q
make sure how the "o ,,- .. ,
handle the aJcount.Completng I"'l \
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the form I 1
: DRAWWS
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authorizes deposits into an J-
Only that person or someone : : .: !l' forWoodman's Vest ''
she' authorizes can ; .
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DA '> :
withdrawals.It ,CHAIN SAW I r I.f "Ji. t.-fj At'ipM'' ,
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Is very important for }f$ ?,!If t! '. .. Valed! gt S39t.95 "i'"i'Saturdays
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direct to continue
deposit "
Social Security of any address ,November 5th will |be I cbjaip saw exhibifion ; ,, "
so they will receive :
about their benefits. any day. A". ;factory '.representative:; Wijj$ demonstrate :- ;(: '\viV-'v ,:V':;;'t'''., >%- y: .

deposit More information can be obtained about + h.ow.t. #o fut furnitureout! of? ''logs. \, #'.; ,- ,

located Gainesville at 530 Social N. Waldo Security Customers will also be able to cut with. McCullough.S ,

telephone number is: .' ..' .
-Alachua County, 376-2573; saws; A drawing, will be held| to., give. away at, .. .. ''

-Levy-Bradford County County, 48:6-2741.: 964-5066 woodsman's vest valued at $395.. t ,;.f.r iHCI i ial litt1Sharjl:: nlng' "

.l IV"Ift W"U eharpoo. thle chain OrQUIt.M "PP,t4 viI5 '03 ,,

.P' r "'''"''M' ).\ ',;, r': choln.stri' ot na :io.fwlth, fhis' cqup0I! ",,, er '"
'i1' ft. Good lor chain" ,only| -

FLORIDATHEATRE C C U I loch give you'A r; /' ',
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to burn r ::: :
money : ; ; : ,.! .: .
Starke ; Es7O

Fri.. Sat. Sun. PRO MAC 20" Heavy Duty ',I' 2f8 ae 1. v,+ -4 .
fj' 6"Bar and Chain. 2.t cu. |rt Y

.engind. !* f Regular! Price 7 ,. . .r,i'r> ;t-. ', j ,' 389.951. ti<''. I clr ,,"iclgnltl n; ,., \,' +

,Our Price. ..,. ..... ,< ..... ,* > '*.i 324.95 ...... REG$2W.9fless ; "

Rebate .<. . r 1' .. ..... v. .w..3500" i ." i) ... : '$1' ,'gii': r
j fi CKIE G AS "289.95 it te I. .. spMlal' :Y

Your Price. lilac tSIO' : i.:

301 '.. )' .. :, .:. ' '
Starke 964.7484 .,, 115
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Fri. thru Mon. ,aEG1t23? 9 .., ;SAVE 130; l
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20" bar.& JT

BURT REYNOLDS, chain, 3.7, cu.-jn.'engin*,. ?' ; :- 'Sp itsl I '$149"el.clronlclgl' ::;' .'!."",, I" s

sit,. onllvlbfQtlonsy ., .. .1.f:Bar, and Choln.! :AN.mbled. Plu I }, r ,i f!
& om. ,. I i d. ,; '. :. :', : \\1 extra,iQ"\.!Qr un. ,!, !Chain.., 2.0 eu;,I I"I' .. .;
Right now you can save.hours of, cuHlng and d pile ofi;mrtIy::1.a.QsCaw! \ nsa, ... ., .i t ,V. '"pr"i:'" ..
we're 6ffrlna o $35 rebate, on any Pro /ltac 610 ..ne sWji., ;! 't rrT"ands rete' :' -. ,. 4 ty4. .
You rfsih want N>'wwn you ?.oof* ..& 11 .
e December 31, 1983.;So hurry; | lust| ; < -. .
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Cheek for.holiday l cheer- to enjoy| with friends before a rtwrf1" rBRYAN'S / .

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"facilities for thendivapd ". ;'\h'h'r; ,.,J,'" ,,,;'. ,:;: '. .i;;; IYR'i.'i ..,,...".. ;,, ... \I ,
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'new.'public ,structures
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:;;llrt;;> "'rwponw to a threatened claw level No penalties. were- 'provided

action taw' suit by Bradford County however for lack of enforcement. Os (1 0 I RY
resident Kelsey Hutchinson the virtually i :,
Florida Publishing'Co. of Jacksonville /According to Rammer-Phillips W
has agreed to install wheelchair 'all types of business: are affected W s
ramps at its facility on N, Temple and those constructing
Avenue In SUrke. buildings since 1974 are under, the
:Hutchinson who ha been'' handicapped .. ,same legal mandate .an Florida
since an attack of polio early Publishing Co. and should start providing -
,in llfei was assisted in preparing facilities for the disabled. She
the'suit br Three Rivers Legal SerVices .- said future legal action would be
Inc. of Gainesville determined by the voluntary. 'com-,
'Three-' Rivers attorney; Randy pliance of local firms: .
Kamm -Pbi1llpe said the publishing Hutchinson pointed- out 'that 36
company was fa violation of Florida :.million 'Americans are handicapped, "
Statutes,Sec. 553.48,which mandated ;and a great many are mobility, ,' .
impaired,, with a consequent loss of ,
to businesses "',
/access catering to the'eneral
In- ..
business to those merchants with .
public, and to
,, within those businesses.reaQoomacillties .'. acce sable premises potential! loss .. .. ." .
The attorney said, however .that pf one customer in each 11, he said. \ l' '" ,
both she and her Client Information on construction requirements Y .
were prepared '
for handicap facilities "" "
to overlook the restroom
requirementin
be obtained at the Bradford
because, already-constructed,of the high cost of buildings renovations -, may County l Library, Fla.4 Statutes, ''Sec. ''S '.'.p' .!Ir ..... .." .,,' '
A.typical hippopotamus 'Y- .. ii.J' :
,in most .553.48. :q'; : '
cases and also because .
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run fatten. than -. .
-an .verage. '
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the .Starke Building and Zoning man.. :. : .'
Department had failed to enforce the : :
state;law;. making most business ....
firms unaware they were in violation. ATKINSON'SHOME : .. .")''. ,; v.
After the original statute was pass
ed in 1974 requiring all businesses to '..,
provide- facilities for the handicapped HEALTH CAREVV.
the law was amended around ., F '

1977.to make the requirements a part \ 'CalStr| jet.,.'Starke I
of city and county building codes Chevro.letOldsmoibleI'
It with enforcement ; ,anacounty
at the city
leyel "instead of the .state 964-4439 !l :irrAs !



J Gas Prices FREE BLOOD 'PRESSURE CHECK,' I:; CENTER

USED I CAR
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'Dr. .- :SIa'htlP Y FREE:,.- :Delivery & Set-up ]

I r TAMPA-Florida, gasoline prices, ,, ': 7'JD AYS'A tyEJEK ; \
especially at the self-service '
pump
y dropped in the last month the AAA' : WALKERS 24 Hour, .Emergency'Service ;, ., .
i; Clubs of Florida Fuel Gauge Report FamJy OWIIId l Operated* Special.Purchase II
shows.' \Ren.>39.9S ; i isow IIt
.The latest AAA Fuel Gauge Report" : ,Drop In and talk to Kevin It pick n p rout ''* ,
shows an average dropped of .4* per : FBEE,1984 Calendar, |]\ .
F gallon but at the self-service pump,'. SOQ 9 K 9 We Bag Medicare and'Supplemental Insurance Co. 1982 '
I' a a
regular averaged $1.13.2 down half a sgo'o $
penny since September and unleaded .._ .. .:J. 135
averaged $1.43.1 down 1* since ,- .' ,
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[,c September.AAA Chevettes Down per mo
noted that a slight decline In WEANING t'CATTLEMEN'S
t gasoline prices in the fall" is not STRESS TAPS.
> unusual;As demand for fuel declines .. 4 Dr..Seci'ans with 48 mo. WAC & Tax & Tag 19.O1 APR

f prices nationwide does take downward Place:' pressure. on ''PROFITS ,, A Trans, .& Air Cond. Includes 12 mo. 12,000 mile rep. policy

The highest average price 'on'If !I '
gasoline was reported In Tampa. I
where unleaded is. selling for $1.49.; Sound management''practices. Including ,4 ,aid, "Millions of these bacteria die
i f The lowest average was in Pensacola' 21 to 28 days of precondition- 'when'a calf stops eating and that; In r Aa
where self-serve regular S2A,1i'l38:: l!' ,, ;:. h1gj 9re.'IJI .-UR.tMe..bJghea:;.;.turn, stems growth and leaves !
for 1074. calf prices and better profits for,cat- with little or no natural '
' **:The lowest single price? wan found i nqr L.........._..,".e71l"RltIplr "lees.r1 "f f y 1 ealVll 4'
Dsacolat whwe.one retailoutl. L. '; ..tler'rar .cte! : !" In,1li: .! O
I.Was selling self-serve regular for Butler, "The- I1rst'step, Is ,to .get .ca yes
$1.04.9. The highest single price was; ,eating again" he emphasized
found in Sarasota where one station "Without- preconditioning,, stresses'', "We've found that calves will go on.feed ,
was selling.premium for: $1.69.9 per associated with weaning and shipping right after weaning Jf provided, Oldsmobile 1981 Oldsmobile
g 1lon. \- can cause sickness and death losses. with a highly palatable pelleted corn'; 1979 Ford LTD 1979
which feeders and backgrounders .plate ration such as Preconditioning* 88 PS PB ''Tilt Omega 4 Dr. PS, PB, Cruise
PL Delta ,
4 Dr.. PS, PB, PW ,
: : can't :(ford,",flaxen sate.-.Too, avoid Receiving Chow1'S: 1;, '
': ; Servicemen such losses he added; feeders are Air Cond One Owner Cruise, &,AC, Local 1 Owner AC Clean One Owner
'L willing to pay more for preconditioned This ration, he continued; contains "
Jd'0/ airnest C,Roberts : calves, "In fact, recent surveys a""broad-spectrum antibiotic which *3988 '498800 4988
.I have shown feeders paying an helps calves combat Infections.At the
<> dorgaht1 dt KY.. Corp member average premium' of $S per hun same time the formulation's energy
earnest c., Roberts: of Rt 2 Box 373 dredweight for 'preconditioned and roughage balance restores. rumen
lake Butler,Fl.took part In the 293rd ealvel..1 .function.
r graduation exercise of the Earle C'; CMC Sierra PU 982 Chevy' S10 LWB 1982 Ford, FIDO: PU I
Clements Job Corps Center.Oct'26, Growth setbacks and weight losses ':'PreconditioningReceiving Chow 11981
IMS. Corpsmember Earnest CRoberts : too, attributable to stress don't haveto contains just the,10 right balance of 'Tool Box, Stereo' AC Solid Red with V6, 4 Speed PS, PB, V8, Auto & AC
I successfully ''completed occur, he pointed out."A properly vitamins minerals, energy and protein New & 1 Owner
Clean as
studies in Auto Body. ."', managed preconditioned: program. to rebuild bacteria .levels In the Also a One Owner PS, PB, AC, 1 Owner Special
; ''.Tbe Earle Clements; center v. for example will put as much as 50-80 rumen/' he explained
4 9 operated by the education division o.rt&e pounds on calves at a time when they $5'48'800 $ $6488 $7388
Singer Company-and it ,has an might otherwise be expected! to get Calves can 'gain from 2.5 to three
i 'Unrohment! sick or dle."> pounds per day daring the preconditioning \-
ofMark : ,, ,
\ period; he suggested -
\ E:Darrtck 'H.zen explained that the first vlsil weights cattleman would not have If
October 26>Marine Cpl.'Mark & ble l sign a calf Is suffering from stress 'he had :Immediately shipped his 981 4x4 SWe 1981 'Dodge LWB 1983 Pontiac Firebird! :
F kfddrricki'Ron of Glenn E. and Ruth S. Is when It'stops'eating.This, causes'rumen weaned .calves"This means further Chevy
1 Barriek of Route 1,.Box 380-E, Lake bacteria to Starve .and ,the profits. to producers," the feed dealer Dark .Blue..wlth stripes & new ,Light Green with! dark Int. V6,' auto trans, tilt &
'Butler,..Fla.; has reported for duty, digestive system to falter;,. concluded; overdrive Stereo
6 4 speed
r with 2nd' Marine"\Aircraft ;Wing off road tires & cyl, '
J)Marine! :,Corps',Air!'Stat otl,,'Cherry.. "Rumen bacteris'convert'feed into More(I Information on preconditioning -, White spoke wheels A nice clean low milage truck Real Nice
,,Pe1at.N. ., ,' he i nutrients that calves need for is available at the feed store. or ,

#' .I growth-,end, ,'to .combat>> ... disease.!',* he. from area veterinarians., ,6488 4688 00 9188
sgt.RH; y Maxwell

Participates 'in Exercises .
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J';;'i Army Sgt. Riley E, Maxwell;son ofaxwell Marion TireRoadHmeOrdw i "v, "-

:Riley; Ei11involve4in of take Butler was -- __ Attrrtiwe\
; a NATO-sponsored nero ass (1980 Chevy' Chevett 1979 Ford SWB 1972 Ford LWB .

>?'cise:retJlrn by''of participating forces "to in',the Germany'Army's t t1 j Batry J .00 "4 Door. auto tram & AC FleeUide., Stereo Std. with topper, clean V8 PU.

f-HiFOHGER( ) CaPexercises.1"Y ) 'and the Alr Force'sCnMted -" .' '; :'(Nextao. :WendY's), \' One Owner Car ,Shift, Local f Owner ; and n's''a One Owner

-;.;' are designed top ,Witt to Ja ena,ill Ooa! "dtv uniformity of doctrine,'standardUe ,
? procedures .'for' rapid ". 964-TSRE' -.. ,964TIWErrr ; .
and demonstrate ? ,
to a crisis : '
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Henry
his ._ $515 "" i, mnnne' aQ 11,. '1/11I, 9s/re.f' MIS 1.07wioe
,. Saturday Oct. 29, at ,, II 5tH '.... ,,_ 'StaiaR:ist ,1A4.Oata ass ... ).?.,f2I4i7"'tI1.:: .; uo
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.' Judge Kirby .Resigns "
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Judge Bobby Lex Kirby rbt expected 'to, receive an ;"
ed his position and Is $1 million in legal fees from ,
leave with pay until Dec. 31 case,, but lost the money In the ,
resignation takes effect, ,, .,
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Gov. Bob Graham John Whitehead said he has i Y a> 's 'fd> '1M ..' <<"Wh.
cepted his resignation filed any charges against Kirby at >, ,
letter stated Kirby"Because wrote of recent to either Qualificatiosn with the courts Commission.or with the We have over a."mitliondoliar inventory ,of Ford' trucks'and" :,:cars.. .' ." ::
serious question has arisen wished to make to comment con- f ." '
i mind as to my effectiveness the resignation of Kirby. with manyiunits'crHv'ing'daily=[ ,. ; ,:;, ',' *>'.:*&I; \
nuing in this office." ,. ;' ... '"
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for the JQC said that tiP "
The Union County Times spokesman information at : .'t'I1" .' ,1',11..<1\1' ;I#:
could out
he Kirby would at home rather by not phone but on the give Incident,no not even to con- Compare OUt SuperSPECIAtsv f( .:" ,' { ', r.yy; I
or deny that an Investigation is ; ; ,,
issue at this/time. .
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The JQC can initiate an ",.4: \.' ." '
Kirby spent one night in ',1 .' '
September after he pulled a filed, but without unless having the commis-a com- I ; '
Sheriff John Whitehead ;1984 Econbiihe
'files Kirby
a complaint against
that Whitehead knew a 'the state supreme court, no ( )
of Carl R.
case "Bobby"
be from the
can expected
a relative of Hawkins. .
Kirby represented judicial nominating commis- 1
lawsuit against Mobil will recommend three to
an Insecticide manufactured to replace Kirby.people Graham 198r4!
company damaged Hawkins' choose one, but the process will '
million Hawkins was take about three months. !i
in but that
damages ,
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"This is part of the plan that I think IF-i' Y1friI
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BCT Staff Writer can be particular useful for some i _
Recently a new type of day care parents" Ms. Williams, said.
center ha begun to spring up around \ i
the country one that eaten to.the low'' "Everyone knows how long and ,,""
income working parent. frustrating it can be looking for a job, )f' I
This new concept in day care' especially, when you have young
centers sorely needed in these daysof children. One ladY ,we knew had to
inflation and the city of take her two small children with her ,. I It
sling has one. It is called the and she lost several,jobs because of t ?'-t
Community Day Care Center and Is it." r ,

located at 1060 North Pine Street in. Children attending the services 4 l\\\

the"This old RJE Is high school. must be from two to five years of age. < 3 f\w.\ Air .
an important new service
There are also slots for' parents who
for working people in Stark, people ''can afford to 'the full of
who may not have been able to workat $33.90 per.week.pay price S Ii ,,\I\ .,.: .. ......j an 8 x 10 natural color portraitof
all if there was no one to care for, t4 .1JdM
their younger children" commentedDay The center is open 12 months per '':j'' '1w you or your familyThis
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as she Care supervised Director the Barbara start of Williams another- year, Monday through Friday,from 7 1 !\1., :,,:.;(>/. < lovely portrait will be taken In the privacy of our office by a
to 5:30 and serves '' I"
a.m. p.m. Ii' "IOf
busy day Tuesday morning.."It's_ exciting breakfast, lunch and m snack which \ ''-/1'' '' "' .',' professional photographer... and lik. a savings account this
watching the progress of the meet USDA requirements a 1( JI1":,,, }' beautiful portrait will grow more valuable to you as the years go
children we have in the program so balanced diet.The meals are plannedby 7 ,, <' byl
far, and I'm sure as more people
a trained nutritionist and are spon-
become aware of the benefits.we'U. <"lsY. tile Florida Department ofnJMMWftreeVl i.ji ,L Ali| you do Jo.receive you! fREE portrait, and a chance to win the,
see iron, more .parent&,.%)ulT children.the" .program, fo.*-' tbeQr' .rgram at wo costrto the pIIl'eIIt.--- private sitting. These portrait sittings may be arranged for even-

'The teachers are college trained ''1 Ings or weekend, so Dad can be there.
Ms:Williams, a lifelong resident of educators who have had years of experience -
Starke who now lives, at Kingsley In early childhood develop ;" o'j Within two weeks you will be able to return to our office to make
Lake, has assembled a staff of four ment. The Community Day Care your choice of your favorite pose for your FREE portrait. At this
other teachers for her program who Center Is not just a.day care center. time, you may purchase additional portraits at special low prices,
seem to work well together.
but you are under no obligation to do so.
It is a preschool geared to preparing
"We're all good friends and that a child for .kindergarten and These are Free Gifts to you. You need not be a customer you do
helps to create a good atmosphere forlearning features the Peabody Early Ex-
not have to open an account or make a deposit... It's our way of
explained teacher Bar- perience Kit which is being used In r
sal. "The more we work many progressive day care centers :; saying Thank You and Merry Christmas to our customers and our

with these children the more we' across the country. community for allowing us to serve you at...
realize the kind of progress they can
make with the proper supervision. This kit offers lsed early Community Day Care Center Director Barbara WUIIamsUt right) plans
They learn and have fun at the same education curriculum which the_day's meal with Head Cook Helen Hooper. Community State Bankof
time.*; features puppets records and other
entertaining materials to teach concepts Starke

The Community Day Care Center, such as colors, shapes, something not always possible for. the low Income child care should visit
reopened in February under a new language development and reasoning working parents to provide in the our center before enrolling your childin 811 S. Walnut Starke
skifls. Also,planned daily activities at another As our full fee
of
the Bradford-Union home Ms. Williams Ald. "Many program.
. sponsor Guidance Clinic and is funded by the Center include but are not limited our kids have really developed parts rates are only $33.90 per week, we FOR APPOINTMENT CALL: (Starke) 964.7830 I
dramatic
federal, state and local funds. The to, art music, playandscience. of their personalities that will help think this is very reasonable when
center Is co-sponsored reimbursed,.. them tremendously when they reach compared to some other: center's" (Waldo & Hampton) 468-2150
and monitored by the Division involved grade school level?' rates and our include meals,
closely Children at the center were Photography Dates: Photography Hours:
Williams continued. "In the final
of Health and Rehabilitative Services Kit The center has recently been
who have given very high marks In. in the when one this of the reporter Peabody visited pragrams the redecorated and through the use of analysis of any day care center, it .is Nov. 25, 26, 28, 29 1-8 pm Weekdays

both physical and .education requirements. : center.Each teacba"alJ'OUP is small' community fund raising projects IIpun.bastng the educational and not benefit the in low a loving fees that atmosphere Fit., SaL, Mon., Tues. 10 am 5 pm Saturday
HRS and new and effective learn- I
spokesmen so the instructor has plenty of tune for
parents with children in the program individualized Instruction. The group !big resource materials and toys for are important." and we' feel we offerboth.
have been <<1 with the progress was excited and everyone seemed to use in the program.
the chin have shown so far. be in good spirits, laughing! and singing "We are proud of the participationpareatn
along with teacher Barbara take In these projects and we
To qualify, parents must be 'w< tag or attending school at least 20 puppet in front .of her"audience' as more people! find out aboutus o..t.ta.'Cf
hours per week and meet the income to a recorded tape of ," Williams\ said.."We feel we offer 11
guidelines with fees as low as zero. songs; an early education program community .... .'
The center can also allow parents to anything else In the com '}'
looking for a Job or re-establishing' "One other important aspect of a We are proud of providing ., 'r \
employment who meet the income 'program like this is the chance the such a vital service but we also feel "
bIkIreDhavetollOClallz.ewitbotbercbildren. that Is not all have to offer."
we
from 90 of childcare
guidelines 45 to days .
in their axe who would for
services, group. .-.Pann. _H not qualify.

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back from
you .toke.up those Wood.
stores and fireplaces, the Florida .
Division of Forestry, Department of North Carolina witha '-

Agriculture and Consumer Services, 1517 BMfwt" Read "We dedicate this day November 11, 1983 to all the brave men and women who
of
warnsthat an Inspection your
shlmuey or flue might save you some Staifce load of new,.supplies have served In our armed forces. With, honor and courage; they,have fought to keep

misery.laWct./ 964-6300" ''r our country free. ::'q?, .

,Fire Prevention Officer Ben r '" ,

McLln DenMtnwnt of the advises Tallahassee that all heating Fire YARN i' ,e'. let us ail' 'pause to remember't .. today and every day of the year.

sys&tes should be checked out beforetnelfnt ,, '
use each year,
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"Ws c beet to have qualified expert CANDLE the Community ':State' Bank 'wiN be Closed
serVlva your heating and air condi'ttosMg 'WICKINC'i .. ,
before. :
systems each year
UwIr'I! iI'' put Into use,"Mel to sM.' Friday November to honor cur Veterans
"m ass cheek to be sore the fiN basIs ; iI. ,

iMt 4atsettv ,that jets an. netdgfrtK I. CHIUS1MA5.,#H. _. We wM.be optfl. rafMtor Iteurs Saturday.,,NOV<,ffi&er 12
rTs1 davtees, are operaUng ctv.ing !l IN ,J
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I T only_human of house error fires,!and,ranking Kv*),, ,,,,," ::: 'ttMaafct.: I runoff. r- CommunitY State Bank of Starke

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a I by C.E. "Sue" Davisphone During the course of the evening, Around Town... _" ',.' ,.. andMrs. ; evenlngAViAttendlng: were! Mr. 'and' Girl'Scout News.. talk on solar energy-" '" nowrio.., savJf.;
485-1344 winners of various prizes were an- Mrs. Lowell Douglas of McDonough,
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and the how to
nounced. were Nancy Arnold We were sorry to hear that Mi Girl Scout 31 and Brownies energy taught group
They Ga., Louise Planter, Mr. and Mrs. Troop
Carnival A roll recycling and:
Success.. and Ricky Mayben, $50 savings cer- Aubry Green(while in church at Gene Tanner and baby of Starke, Mr. Troop 21 enjoyed a meeting In the paper them logs how for to'.,make a draft.
BES and PTA report the carnival tificates; Drew Andrews of Lake' Dedan last Sunday night) lost their' and Mrs. Leroy Slanker of Lake City home of their leader Mrs. Cathy o'meter.taught The completed their
this year was a complete success, Butler, shotgun; Wayne Douglas of home and contents In a fire. Donations and Mr. and Mrs. John Douglas and Hobbs, in Starke recently. 'Tom badges on energy-saving group at this
with approximately $4,000 cleared in Starke,microwave oven; Anita COUn- of clothing food, etc. cad be left sons, Michael and Jonathan, of Casey, Mrs. Hobbs' father, gave a ,.
profit, according to principal Wayne tryman, radio and painting; Renee with Mrs. Inez Green at the Green's-. Brooker. > meeting- ,. 1\
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McLeod. Jewett of Raiford, doll; and Michael Grocery in!i Brooker. .: :,-<", : : Things got under way at 4:30 Saturday Tollerson of Brooker, a bike Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Stalnaker gave a Mrs. Ruby Hodges returned home I''i.iL'\i\U,.;(\
afternoon with the parade. Fire surprise birthday dinner honoring son after visiting her daughter, Bobby, at
Chief Tony Stalnaker led things off, Awards Ceremony. Tony at their home Saturday evening, Callahan for several days
followed by pre-schoolers, K-S BES students were honored at an Oct. 21. Those there for the happy oc-' ',(,,"", : .,i.- grades, all dressed In various awards ceremony recently for 'casion were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox of Riverland Music Club.. ', ,. Flori.da Fruit' : 1\
costumes. Several mothers pulled outstanding academic achievement Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. George Tompkins -
their young ones in wagons behind the during the first 6 weeks grading of Lake City, Mr. and ,Mrs. The filverland Music Club held Its $ I
school children. period.Student. James Roy Stalnaker and children of regular meeting Thursday, Oct. 13, at '"
--Competition was stiff between the winners, K-3 grade were Lake Butler, Mr and Mrs. Samuel the home/of Vera Clyatt In Union Navel 1 Orange $1.99 ;'
floats and costumes as all vied for Amy Hallmark with Melissa Hislop Crutchfield and Tony's wife, Glna,, County. . : ,-. .,da; ,.
first place. There was also a float named Student of the 6-Weeka in 4-6. and son Phillip, all of Brooker. ., ', .. 'j', .
decorated by some of the neighborsnear Most improved students were Vince Mrs. J.C.. Ramsey, .Deene Ward, \
the school and sported Halloween Robinson, Tommy Hamilton, Amy Around Town... Blanche Brown,, and Anita, Coun- Satsumas ... .} ; : ''dot"=t29... .i
colors along with a scarecrow, Fletcher, Billy Johnson, Tommy Mrs. Stanley Pierce of Waldo and tryman presented a musical programof .. ,.
clown, vampire, witch, ghost, and a Jones and Karen Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce and Strauss Waltzes for the listening "
little pumpkin (who fell asleep during'the Honor roll students are: 1st grade, ,daughters were the evening dinner. pleasure,,of the group. ,During the Pink Grapefruit f, '
ride). Amy Hallmark, Billy Ezell, Jay guests of the Allen Green, family in business' meeting, Vera Clyatf"and r
Winners of the float contest were Mann, Megan Pillow, Rebekah Wildwood last Sunday. r Blanche Brown presented a cash,
first place, won by the 4th grade; second Welch, Doug Colson, Steven Drawdy, Leona Jones Thlgpin and Viola donation ('from the, Westside 'j '=1.00
place, won by the 5th grade and Carrie Fletcher, Randy Joyner, Rox- Jones Windham of Apopka visited; members of the club) to begin the : B.0,
.third place. won by the 6th grade. ann Kelley, Tinenya Marling, Ryan relatives and friends in the area over fund-raising project the club has
class. Mason, Inez Parrish, Eric Wilkerson'' the weekend.Mrs. undertaken for the year of purchasinga
In the costume contest, winners and Cory Wright. Linda vanway and son, and; piano for the Brooker Elementary HOME GROWN -
were: pre-schoolers, Emily Corbin, Second grade achievers were Amy Mrs. Joyce McKenzie and children,' School.
scariest; Roseann Jones, prettiest; Crews, Shondee Lewis, Chris Ross, all of Tampa, were weekend guests of':'
and most original awards going to Matt Stafford, Mandy Garrdrd, Mary their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake, Eastside 20
members discussed their Cabbage :
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Sam and Tob Green.Kindergarten Dunne and Jason Corbin. Third Keene. plans for a talent show to be held at . . .ib.
: Matthugh Crosby, grade, Stephen McLeod, Shawn Larry Rolling has returned home'' the school Dec. 8, as a fund raiser.
scariest; Melissa Crosby, prettiest; Thompson, Larissa Scott, Justin Kendrick after completing boot camp in Also the club plans a/bake sale In .
and Tammie Jones, most Eric Mason and Michael Oklahoma and will be shipping out for' front of Green's Grocery in Brooker >/ Squash
First grade: Carrie Fetcher Gainey, Fourth grade Phillip J18 months stay In Germany soon. Nov. 5. Any interested person wishingto
scariest; Megan Pillow, prettiest andAmy Crawford Shawn Bass, Steve Griff, The Pete Douglas home was the""iscene : contribute may contact Nell Mannor 29 *
Hallmark, most original. Josh Lewis, Larry Parrish and Chris of activity last Saturday as they, Virginia Crews. Several members Ib.
Second grade: Jason Corbin, Snow. Fifth grade, Ginger Adams, prepared for a weekend of fun and reported attending the annual Suwan- i
scariest Shondee Lewis, prettiestand Christina Bath,Josh Crawford,Kevin iI
; fellowship with friends and relatives.The nee District business meeting held at
Stephanie Gainey, most original. Snow, Kyle Starling and Tammy rains didn't dampen the spirits of the Holiday Inn In Gainesville on Oct. Cucumbers iI I
Third grade: Michael Gainey Wilkerson. chef Pete
as guests began to arrivefor
scariest; Daphney Hall prettiest andLarissa Sixth graders achievers were an outdoor cookout. When the out- 6.The Rlverland Music Club was in- I
Scott, most original. Melissa Hislop, Stephanie Gainey, side became uncomfortable due to the' vited to host the 1984 District meeting.At ,12fcr1.iJO
Grades 4-6: Virginia Bryon Sarah Douglas, Vince Robinson the close of the I
rain, everyone moved inside. Some of. meeting, the r
scariest; Sarah Douglas prettiest andmost Kelley Dyal, Don McDavid andRobert the guests remained for the weekend''. members enjoyed a covered dish luncheon : I
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