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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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you. now already BDOUI own an Offer? to Buy a building ter Clerk: Brown wrote in an. Oct.- 11 let" building. in their neW budget:"forr,K brsdford" :the .Executive Board of thei The Fair Association would use the
1983-84. County Fair Association facility during the annual fair. "As the Fair Association has met
Looking for $7Mti to repay funds,, "The 'Please let us hear a response ont ,carefully considered your offer to sell of the proposalwere its complete obligation' required by
,the federal government wants back Board previously wrote you thia if the Fair Association is tUllo.. the Civil Defense Building to the followed by both parties until the original proposal and the decisionto
''Offering to sell the. (county civil terested in buying! the Association terminate was made by the Board
because the county cancelled its civil defense building and According to' our The Board of County Commissioners
defense program and abandoned the ) building on the Bradford paying the balance of the amount due*r, records,, this building Is.presently terminated the lease approximately of County Commissioners the Executive
county civil defonso building,* the County Fairgrounds. as lack have Indicated. J Wned.by the Fair Association. Under three year ago. Board has determined that
commission asked Clerk Gib Brown, "The Board has received 'word came a letter signed by fiK,; the> original proposal to construct thisacility "Since that time there have been purchase of a facility already owned
to find out if the Fair Association from the Federal and State (governments Association President Ray Norman i ( it was agreed that the cost of numerous attempts to Impose an by the Association or assumption of a
would pay the money back since it ) concerning the balance due in Actually, written ,by Chamber. 5}the building would be shared by the obligation on the Fair Association for lability of the time that the building
now is the only agency which has.use the amount of 7500. The County has Manager Bill Wilson,' who la the .'Pair, Association and, in turn leased the remaining years the building was not used as a CD building Is not a
,of.the building not budgeted any monies 'far ...e secretary/bookkeeper the. Fair- U>the. Bradford County Commission should have been used as a CD facility proper expenditure! of Fair Associa-
Association the Ort 5R l.N.w ntidw!X, 'for' use as its Civil Defense, facility. (See Improper..p.3A)

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,badgering restrained commissioners, residents there is no money to pave
got an agreement from the county to roads, and that other roads ahead of
,grade sugar sand roads in the any subdividion paving have been on
1 4'' r southeast' county subdivision adjacent the priority list for:20 years."You've .
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? r fi'n else.Commissioners and Road Foreman whether you realize it or not," said

J.B. Crawford promised to grade the Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. Ted'House
t roads, dig out culverts and move said he wouldn't bother to call,'
r _. .,( sand to improve drainage., But the that it would take a deputy too long to
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In4J county! officials cautioned, the Improvements -
will be only temporary, Deputy Sheriff Paul Stegall lives on
the shifting sands will be a constant Santa Fe Lake and Deputy Sheriff
problem.The Don Denton lives just west of
: residents, led by spokespersonsTed Keysotne Heights.
( & House and Mrs. Howard E. Kutz, Carter pointed out Bradford County
"- -4 hit at'the lack of governmental services has agreed to provide fire and rescue
2 4 provided outlying residents,. protection to the Kingsley Lake area
,pointing out they have to get medical of Clay County in exchange for,
rescue,, services and fire> protection Keystone taking care Of the Melrose
from Melrose and Keystone Heights. area of Clay.
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I ,Stralght-A studenU at Bradford. High tot the first lix-weeiu are. Hill Tommy .._. and Bherrl HarrelL m
Front row' Audrey'''Pierce.. Pam WUllnghsm.. Wendy H."leh J rail. KJsa' 1: Back rows Stephanie Redding Catty L8DC lJter, Bottle Wllklson, Renee' Veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States will be'honored Fri
Blalock.: : Wlmberly.. Tammy ....-, Ann BUrling. ,.and Stacey Shuford. day, Nov. 11. on Veteran's Day with a 7:30: to 9:30 a m. breakfast hosted by ,

l" iii '. .,. .. jW'H American Legion Post 56 and a ceremony. to be conducted at 10:30 a.m. at

I' 18: Earn Siraight-A's at Bradford High J :: the A courthouse.proclamation declaring Friday, Nov. 11,as Veteran's Day has been of- I I
1 ficially signed by Starke Mayor Jimmy Crosby and County Commission
,. Chairman Lawrence Mosley.
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Eighteen. of some 1,025 students or ball team. Is enrolled In advanced Juniors:: ..'\ enrolled.J in careers algebra" I, and A breakfast for veterans and their families Is set from 7:30: a:m. to 9:30:
a.m. at the Legion Hall Edwards Road. The
on is invited.
.1.78percent of the student body'at general science. public Phone
physical education,. applied moth,,
Cathy Lancaster 964-5278, the Chamber of Commerce office for reservations.
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Bradford .earned
straightA'sor and law lltudles.Leann Lisa Rix. daughter of Mr' and Mrs
the High-weeka grading period ", and Mrs.;,William D.< Lancaster ofLawtey. Alvin.1 RIx of Starke, is enrolled in At 10:30 a.m. the public is invited to gather at the Bradford County Courthouse
.which.ended. Oct.10. Flynn daughter of Charles 'b,' enrolled in .advanced physical .education and life manage for the ceremonial part of the Veteran's Day activities. Post 56 In-
Flynn of Starke and Mrs. Judith Fet- American literature (English II tf ment skills algebra I and modern vites all organizations in the Bradford County area to participate in the
Another'193 students or nearly. 15 terhoff of Lykens, PA.'Miss Flynn is earth science, and French IL *' scientific methods. program with their colors and uniforms (if available) and with the placing
percent! of the student body earned enrolled' in advanced 'American ..stephanie. Redding 'daughter of of a wreath at the flag t pole by each group
places on the A-B honor roll, with no history and government and brass Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Redding Jr. of -Stacey Shuford, 'daughter" of 'Mr, Invocation will.be given by Rev. Cliff McLeod pastor of the First
grade lower than a B. More freshmen band. .: Starke, is enrolled 'In advancedAmerican and Mrs.James Shuford of Lawtey is Presbyterian Church. The Bradford High School: Band will play the Na
63,' 'than'' any other grade earned history-and government,. enrolled art I, standard English 9, tional Anthem.The flag will be raised by the BUS Junior ROTC unit. Judge
places on the A-B honor roll; which ';Tony Hill,grandson of Mrs. Bertha' chemistry I, and Jaw studies. and standard American government. George Pierce will introduce elected officials..
also, contains. 40, Juniors'*, 39 Johnson of Lawtey. Hill,'a defensive,. Ann Starling daughter of Mr. and At 11 a.m. the flag will be lowered to half mast in honor of all veterans,
;sophomores and 25 seniors. tackle on the BHS football team, is,, Freshmen Mrs. James T. Starling of Lawtey, is both living and dead.
enrolled in advanced physical education : enrolled in physical education and life Cooks for the breakfast are Judge George Pierce;(Col. Ret.) Bill Wilson,
An A is from 94-100, B e5-g3, C 7644, leader development. IV..,and law. -Usa Blalock; daughter: of Wayne management skills, standard and Bob Adams.TollFree.
D 70-74 and F 69 and below.The standard Studies ; Wilkinson of Starke and Mr: Sheila American government,and algebra I.
!,; a few points higher 'In each, Wilkinson of LawleY, is enrolled h\' -Tammy Thomason, 'daughter of
grade category is In effect at BHS forUM Tommy 'Johnson, son of Mrs. Chris standard American, government,;; Mr. and Mrs. ,R.F. Thomason .ofBrooker
second year; Students are work- Henderson., Johnson 'center ,and general math and standard English ,'- is 'enrolled in general
ing hard the higher defensive tackle on the football team,- 9" science standard American government Phone for County Business
standards, .says Principal Jim Dun- is enrolled in advanced physical 1 '.Sherri Hurrell,.'daughter of Mr.' and physical education and life II I
can. The academic; level "is coming education standard American, and Mrs. William Harrell of I
Brooker,* management skills. r \ new toll-free phone number 375-0209): has barn installed to rail the
up. but It'll take a few to history and algebra II. is 'enrolled in ,
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years modern scientific Gregory Wiggins son of Mr.; and Bradford County courthouse from anywhere, In he county. '
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there," says Duncan. Dorothy Wtlkison daughter of Mr. methods* standard'English 9,. and, Mrs. lip, Wiggins of Starke, is enrolled Seminole Ridge residents complained the Monday Nov. 7, meeting

'Slur'seniors, 2 juniors, and 10 and Mrs. Charles E. Wilkison of physical education' and. life manage-. 'in; modern scientific' methods they ran no longer rail the county. government toll-free, that recording
ment skills. .
education and life
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manage- says the number has linn discennected.County .
freshmen. earned straight-A's. They Starke is enrolled in family living Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr:and
and mentMUlls( and, standard American Clerk Gib Brown explained the county had an MOO number, but
are. studles publications' independent' .. art 'Mrs:John Hsieh of Stark, U enrolledin government. the bill got to 1.000 a month and people Here calling from out of stale
.. Renee- physical educ.tlonl'.nd lifel' Pam WiUlngham.Idaughtet1! bf .about traffic! tickets. So* the MM number was' ..cancelled and the new. .
Sophomores: Wiinberly, daughter of Mr. management 11 l1&,""All evra1. ;f, 'and Mrs. Mary S. Willingham of Brooker. 375-0209 number was substituted
Robert Carver ion pf Mr.' and and Mrs. Richard Chandler of Starke'Is
: modern scientific metfwwis.; ) is enrolled, \\n- careers 'standard{ The! toll-free line ran be used to phone In about jury duly'and by
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enrolled In world
"Warren ,
Mrs. Carver of 'Starke; btstoly't-st.8nda Audry Pierce, daughter of Mr. and
Carver:, quarterback of the BHS foot American history, and Jab .- Mrs..George. O.' Pierce of Brooker is (See fcllS S ralght-A'.s."P.aA. : ) residents. .outside on phones which are lontf distance from Slarke. .
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Talk':of the ""valuable.land"; 'and would be' generated,, and 'Vo-Tech "without' the extra expense of paving a\' Ag Potential Stressed... What"Is more important. tralmng-"range!'. Forester David Norton said

whether training truck drivers is Director David Smith was asked to ,low-lying area Smith said. tfut''FA': truck drivers or training farmers and there Is some! !90 acres of trees 30 .
potential! of
more :important than: training draw plans/ for the south side of the '" Kl see no way.to go with the" lower Agricultural foresters,'asked R.L. Northrop: who years old on the KKA farm which
farnMH has prompted Board Chairman FFA farm bordering Morgan Road, side with the dollars we have. It's just farm, was pointed to by Stern timber who com-admitted lives adjacent to the )FFA farm It is could bo.harvoslcd.FFA .
Roland ,
I' Rodney, Hall to put the AgPeBttrtment for which the Monday workshop was about out of Ute..oo,"said school pany employee the national trend to change tillable
on the line before a deci- called Problem Is the \south! side of board member:'Jf.T:..Parrish.: a formercontractnt' because'he he might be swayed by sentiment land I inevitably: other lines,, Nor Hands Tied<< ..
helped ;
plant Jhe
Slolll the farm is lower and would f thrup said. ; : hands
made to place a truck driving.. require. j trees on the FFA farm as Our are tied with norsouros'
rangy, an the school FFA farm. ,two bridges costing 130.000 each! and slings Board Member Judy Becker, who, said Ag Iiwlmotor Greg
dent and who has
: Ai Advisors Grog Alvarei and Paul' 'some 100.000. cnbic yards. of n., dirt> J n Jcfle.w_. Oppose_... to the1 FFA farm donated'.nd' hall bought': hud traveled to the driving range fit Alvarez, asked by Chairman. lima to
Hutebttfe are present their plans for :: i. -, : 5 i4-X);' O !'I* ; 'i' OtierUtnd. asked about the<< poniDility make n ulatemenl : -
|$)t reodmtta'rof'.ihe timber harvested off the farrrt., > !. "
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the Attire of the school agriculture. : ;" could live with It wMboul an'dptieuk. ;:'3 Ji of ,tho .skill --course. at' Ihfov..h\ 'h''
,farm m U-30Rnortll at yet another pnIIIIIIIln.r'' .", ,\that a FFA. 1aefn. which adjoins:: (,The South is being called the future center<< and the straightaway at the<< rig TlM cow pens in iwo! at the\ ag farm
Aston Monday night, Nov..14.at money to build I./' Slnltf& s.Id./w"l ,' j I t' oa the' south'.'andwWch wood basket of the U.S. and Bradford.. farm. 'Vo-techdirrtor: Smith 'said, slow are the Mine mini In use! when he
bone runs NW 4Itb Street;; ,Coyle 1-Is'In: I an enviable position would be rxlrcnu-ly I diffl .. FFA
t p Ot. Chairman Hall stressed that' ,managed to draw si shaped ''4aten4faf the second !that, .aI was nn student. Alvarez said

no decision on the truck driving range ..eoaesewith'the-required' J.P.I", '. ', s\" ?"'M' w. 1:..atort workshop had AtUe Mon tof u ,i '."i per'sonal'opinlorti; tha'tj ''Successful Bourse .. : The Bradford srhmtl) system has the
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they..s1.school wants.late be made,', 4traijIhtsway"cu9iedahghtty.!/ 4f FFA farm of any t-hapter its
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. 'w { a pinaiinn> speak theinwok the. farm has been ,underfundedR '.TWvo-iech the. stale, Atvarex '
truck'driving"'clause pointed
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? The vo-uch center.has a 3MO,000' ::1f etsstslde'bsetratora' .tb Banf&,\";:-. wi>> did silssik satelit .any; .Kali |other board members quickx has five iiwlnicturs and 31 glwlMiis.! '
ailecatioii frown'the 'Florida'. ./*'. ," !,96' percent: ;of which1 are employed this range gtrfnH to be an Ii set
special << :bridrte work,' It would cost art additional alttll'hlltive, toon lariat Ute '.drivna! with-lcm.' '*i to this valuable
LeajMiKure to build n driving range to *I.,900.Smith estimated With ,the.JITA .alt .after right works of framing1. II Is one' piece. c4 propprly !
.. resign' .........iMNding. same air having iced In the .(in i| oing 10 be n )
.Ira II sm { "of the fill,or getting the fill off the pre.:, ;move not seriously eaadereaVandj, d} Ml the corn or feed the hog* *of employability of..II}*xliKfciiU,
We.Too LOW; sent FFA farm pastures, thetlZS.om': tocafintf.the: rana)a an tlte'l4 acres, t;, I program caw b*enhtmeroV at vo-twh, "I Mmu F was to.place the ra 4 extra could be'cut considerably' but .. 'behind the, .., tan::"F"', r AW., ...1tI'.n t:;, :'!,' .. 'the--.I1I""IM" t'Nf .' Im sold and money seed t;! ,nUilrtl.a IIIng.r"WIII'\1"rt'\ be it finnn-':
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Thought for the week.... and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.:
Eugene UnderbiD of Starke. Beth has
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In contests and
forestry
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E-::: Leadership Seminar will procedure be participating in December.In parlimentary Congratulations

Offered to Sophomores... !IIOff/
The!; Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation
W1VM, I m has conducted annual all exp to Kan"a* City...
r ) paid Leadership Seminars Vicki Thomas, Lisa Spivey and
since|U68. their chaperone Mrs. D. Thomas are
During the seminars, sophomoreshave .. attending a national F.F.A. conven-
", i the opportunity to' meet and tion in Kansas City Missouri.
question renowned leaders of today They departed Sun., Nov. 6, on a
-I about their future world. State Region II bus which provided all
Seminars are ,three day weekend F.F.A. representatives in our region
I events held in the spring in each of the transportation. The convention In
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fifty states the District of Columbia Kansas City run Nov. 9-12. The group
*: : and Canada. The one week International will be return home Mon., Nov. 14.
i ;Leadership Seminar,offered in
the summer, is held In a major location New Officers.....
In the United States. This year's
ft. : i' International Leadership Seminarwill The sophomortf'class has two new
., : : : be held August 18-23 In Boston senators which were appointed by the
Tues.. Nov. 8.
coordinated by Radcliffe College. ii student council They
interested in the seminar, are Theresa Richardson and Monica
you are you
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CongratulatlonalllTornadoes
may get an application from Mrs.
Holiday in the guidance office and
41 Students Earn Straight-A's at Starke Elementary... of the Month..
retm-fl it by Monday.! Nov. 21. This Is,
and Tornadoes of the Month for October
Stralght-A student at Starke Elementary for the first six-weeks grading Norman. an excellent opportunity 'every
Lorrie Snow
Lenore and
period which ended Oct. 10 are (l-rt Third rowBernard Johnson Allison Langer, Emily Nugent, Brenda sophomore' should apply. Good' are Daniel Martin.Welty Congratulations!I 11 I
First rowTimothy Manning,Jell Chitty Jason Howie, Stacey Crawford Williams,Andrea Hewett,Justin.Brown Jim Parado Wendy Combs Deaua Luck!11;!
Ronald Watts Tashamon Johnson Cassandra Jarvis Patrick larding Holiday Antonio Williams. Campus Capers...
of the Week...
Tama Mattox Laura Conner. Christy Rutty, Fourth rowJill Williams:Whitney Warren, Monlka Williams' Angel F.FJV.'er
Second row-Stephen Murphy,Robbie Bassett,Zack Smith Jeffery Evans, Adelle Kuhn Kelly Thornton Dana Newsome Tamara Ellerson, Candice ,' Absent when the photo was taken were Julie Walker and Tara Dlxon. week ,for her.outstanding participation gins two of our campus cutlee can
and Interest In F.F.A. always be found everywhere but in
Beth Is a senior this year at BHS their classes!II What's up guys!l



.H! Business Hours, Noise Levels' Debated, .Jby City Council"The I

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convenience store is building to plan ordinances for hours of opera- year,and put a star or cross on top. Ward's City plat, (la forerunner mitted by the John!?.Hunt Iosu"ance suggestion that to save money the
|a game room down there and talking tion and noise levels. The proposalsare Then maybe next year, doing more,," Brooker), the name (seems to In Tallahassee. For a total marshal volunteered to return his
'about leaving it open all night long to be presented to the council at reasoned Melvin. i been lost over the years. It is now of $100, the marshal la covered pager to the fire department. The
and serving food. A bunch of young the next meeting and will apply to the "That's a pretty good idea"agreed street on which Councilman Gene S5 .ooo in the event of his death in marshal stated he can hear any calls
kids are going to be hanging (out) entire town. Stalnaker. ,* Melvin lives, which formed the basis liie) of duty, and$20,000 In case of over his radio and the jail has !gotten
down there Marshal Tommy In the end,the council agreed to buy for the new name regular accidental death. into the habit of calling him on the
Raulerson told the Brooker City Coun- In other action, the council: sockets and bulbs In an amount not to "fd like to thank the council for this phone when there Is a fire. ,
cil at its November meeting Tuesday exceed$300 for the Yuletime project: Learned' Brooker's 'marshal was for thinking enough\about your.town Claude Prescott Indicated he was
night. Passed unanimously 'with Chairman busy in October,writing a total of$702 marshaL We sometimes lose trying to get back a pager from a
something the city should take C. J. Stalnaker abstaining Agreed to buy $480 of street signs 1 worth of traffic tickets. .The marshal that this is a dangerous job" volunteer fireman who bad moved out
into consideration" said CouncilmanGene following a conflict of interest, an which Brooker will receive in the near joked that the money would "Pay for sml said to the council. of town. The pagers cost$260 each.
Melvin. amendment to the Brooker Comprehensive future. The signs will be placed on on- i your street signs.'*' Was told by Clerk Robinson that
"The people of Brooker use that Land Use Plan, changing ly one corner of each intersection and Said street lights seem to be a con election qualifying for the city will
store to some extent, but It's going to lots 7 and 8 of section 17 in the city will be bought through the county sign Was told the marshal, acting on a j problem, with several still In begin December 20 and end January
be twice as bad. I'm not trying to stop from single family residential 'to department. The council agreed it confidential tip,advised the Bradford Of repair in the city. Also there 7. The period was extended one week
business, but to control what's been mobile home classifications. would be more economical to put the (County Sheriff's Office of a mari- s6me trees which need to be due to the Christmas and New Year's
happening." said the marshal. The lots are owned by Stalnakerand signs on metal posts which broughtthe juana patch a short distance outside around, according to various holidays. Official changing of the
"Who in the town of Brooker needsa are where he placed a double- total of the signs to about$12 each, the city limits just off west CR-18. It 1 jf ,]r.jf' period will be at the next meeting I
gallon of milk and a loaf of bread wide mobile home following the loss (was harvested by the sheriffs office The! council'agreed.'to: ha the when the needed ordinance will be i
after 11 o'clock" said Mayor Blake of his home in a fire earlier this year. Melvin Street was the name given''1' last Saturday with the marshal's Contact several surgeons to passed. : k
Hamilton. the only street In the city not having a assistance and. Mayor Blake bids submitted for the required Present at the meeting were Mayor
"We want the HandyWay closed at Finally agreed with Christmas name on the current city map, which Hamilton. The estimates are to be Blake Hamilton council members
a decent hour" added Melvin. just around the corner,to put lights on has been known as the"back street." I to the council at the next Edna Harrell. Claude Prescott C. J.
Council action was to request the the water tower for the holiday It runs parallel to CR-18 and one blockto Complying with the state law con- rlY scheduled meeting. Stalnaker, Gene Melvin and Joe
marshal and Clerk Linda Robinson to season. the south. While it once had the cerning insurance for law enforcement Tolleson, along with Clerk Linda
meet with: City Attorney Roger Blinn "What If we just did the railing this name Magnolia when listed on the officers, approved the bid sub Agreed with Marshal Raulerson's Robinson. '


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City of Starke, Florida is considering

Applying to the Florida Department of Com- ter ,

munity Affairs for a Small Cities Community ,

Development Block Grant of, up to 650000.;

These funds must be used for one of the following 1799'5'

purposes : ,

1. to benefit low and moderate income persons -

; or Your choice of Pine,

2. to aid in the prevention or elimination of Pecan or Oak Finishes.,

slums or blight ; or We're offering"never before"prices on
our Colonial Single Pedestal roll
top
3. to meet other community developmentneeds desk.This quality constructed desk has
r two utility drawers and one file drawer
having a particular urgency because for storage and Is affordably priced.
Size 38x21x43, !, Kneehold opening 25".
existing conditions pose a serious and immediate N

threat to the health of welfare of the ,w. "I

community where other financial resourcesare ,

not available to meet ,such needs. The ap- DOllbe!
A little cow try
plicant and the Florida Department of Com t < with value.I ::''

munity Affairs must certify and the U.S. Pedestal: _COfWtucMd__tn _with .ddi,
1 .choo w.

Department of Housing and Urban Develop- De S k S deN.nd Mwnp.v4v.....( "" ''..8I.-jofar'......ahd mm woeh

ment must concur' that such 'conditions exist. yourhofrw.

The activities for 'which these funds may be. $ 5

used are in the areas of 'housing, public fromUnfurnished 1" -.,

facilities, and economic development.;, More :

specific details regarding, eligible activities .Availa le At I Desk Lamps
I, t Also Available t
and system '
program: requirements, ,the rating '109.95 '

will be provided at a public::hearing 'which 'will' ,. I, .' . '

be held at the RJE' Gymnasium Pine' St., "on'
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November 14, 1983, at ? :00, P.M.; .' ': \ ,

The purpose of this hearing'will be to obtain :fr3EY: :

citizen input: into the 'development of the ap-, :

plication and review : ,
to : progress on, the \ .

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Hampton. Mayor Gordon The council gave the nod to town Funds from the grant would be usedto
Wadsworth gave the city/council' a marshal John Hodges to purchase Improve storm water drainage in
warning about its spending of moneyat binoculars, a hand held radio,and the city.City .
a regular meeting Tuesday,Nov. B. voice activated tape recorder.The attorney Mary Marshal! told
"In my opinion the city money Is vote to buy the three Items Is the council that she had contacted the
not being spent wisely. A dollar will 'what triggered the financial lecture railroad companies about coopera
only go so far," 'commented by Mayor Wadsworth. "As to the tion.
Wadsworth, shortly after the council spending of money that we don't
voted to spend $1,000 for the police have. You all know what came In last Drainage from Hampton would
department and $.,395 for a new year and what was left over," com- have to travel along the railway
copier. "I just do not want to be mented Wadsworth. Wadsworth through a present system that, according
directed the about
question to Hodges
responsible.
to residents, is stopped up with
whether town the size of
a Hampton
ties
cross and other debris. Marshall
When the council voted to buy the needed equipment like that. !said that the representatives she talk
copier Wadsworth vetoed the motion ed too said that they would cooperate.
and Councilman Duane Mitzel voted "This might be a small town, but
M t ''aMI i ,-t, { against It. The council then overrodethe there Is big city crime here," com- Directed Marshall' draw up a
mayor's veto'' with a! second 4-1 mented Hodges."I first draft for an ordinance that would
vote. don't think we assure deal with the stray dog problem In
"You can't afford It. You should go anything Irresponsible," Hampton.
over the financial statements with the council chairman Ted Curtis.In Main objective Is to require ownersof
7 ,. at t clerk," said Wadsworth between. the dogs in the city to register; the dog
: y two votes. other business, the council:* and have a tag on the collar. Fines
Wadsworth commented about the would be imposed for violations.
spending of funds on the old policecar .Agreed to have the second public Discussion about what to do with

1..0," ......" the copier and another $1,000 ap- hearing concerning application for a stray dogs was tabled until the next
= pI :k. proved'to be spent for the police $500,000 community block grant Tues- meeting when the first draft will be
It ;, ,(IIi:" department. day, Nov. 22. presented.
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Christina Broome,. C. K. Fuqua. Tim Crews and Steve. -
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Judicial Nominating Committee -
'+1 '7k11 I is receiving applications for the JUST 'FOR WOMEN.
Ng'I { Union County judgeship, vacant after
the resignation of Judge Bobby LexKirby.
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Applications may be submitted to
attorney Richard Belz chairman of
the Judicial Nominating Committee, \
at 2814 SW 34th St.,Gainesville,32608. I Is
The JNC la a member committee _
made up of six lawyers and three

laymen, which currently has one ".
layperson vacancy. Current attorney < ,
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members are Richard Belz, Rod I :J ( ..,.. !:
McGalliard, Bobbi Eubank, Henry ;1><;:, ...........,
Gray, and William Wade Hampton, ;""' ;
all from Gainesville, and Greg 1. ""I. ,. "
Beauchamp of Chiefland. Lay '..11 < /Ii
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members are Col. Harry Hatcher +, '" .... .,
4, (Ret.) of Starke and Freddie. HELEN GURUV?" >W* DIANA NVAO ,
4 Hickman of High Springs. "A View From Cosmo xe'clse" ,
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DAYTIME is cable television exclusively for women.

.. a'atadtet Front rqfslng children to controlling budgets, fromjeclpgslGp .. //ii..
'TH. BRADFORD i exercise, to interviews you won't see ,'" '

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'InformaHon, and fun.
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The 15 student who earned stralght-A's Lawtey Second row Timmy Coleman, Mlckl Becker;Klmber-' Experience Shows.
Elementary for the first six-week grading period en- iy Johnson. Jason Pitcher Kim Lee ; I' Rates:
(l-r) Back rows Unless King and Kim Brewer. / > > I
ding Oct. 10 are t In-trade area: $10.00
Front row: Melanie O'Steen, Veronica Williams, Absent for photo were: Tina Eunice. Denise.Waddell per year
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.. Stephanie Cox, Ruth Anne Harris Erin Wilkinson. Gregory Johnson and Sklppy:{.Crawford. .,;, $5.50 six months I -- CHANNEL 17 -1:00: p.m.

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Lion funds
,-establish a precedent for future leviesof So, former CD administrator i like nature." Thompson's operation, which over CD program, but that the $7,500 must '
Wilson a the county civil defense the years.had: switched from civil be paid before the county can receive ,
r was says built with $20,000 from' defense and radio repairs to strictly 'the money.That brought. up the$7,500''
building radio was moved to a newsbuilding i '
repairs 'again.
from the federal the Fair government Association.and $20,000 Arch at the countyy maintenance. Commissioners figure the money I 'POKE. POKE.
will be taken from federalor
Thomas, Jr., former Starke attorney yard.. radiosfor eventually : :
and Bradford County legislative Today, Thompson repairs state revenue sharing monies comIng -
Is the "father' of the the city and county. His civil to the county: .
representlve CD Thomas had it stipulatedIn defense role was dropped. He has been told. Chapman says,
building. the building wouldbe A few.months ago Cliff Chapman, that federal authorities have already
the.built agreement to federal civil defense who heads'the county's rescue ser- 'taken the $7,500 from state revenue 4 Let Talk Touch Calling
:lpeelficatioM,'and also that the coun- vice,.was Informally approached to sharing funds It Is now up to the stater ; ,J ,
could lease the building from.the assume duties of the civil defense to withhold the money from the counJty i :
ty
Fair Association for$10 a year. director. Since'Chapman'has; been or for the county to pay the money. ; rt A&
between the county Fair ,
working .
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went along as agreedUntil .m ', '
Everything commissioners after
Federal County J 'j.
the
and ; r
Association, ;
when the county : t rCq ':
: three years ago Emergency Management :Authority receiving the letter from the Fair !1:1"j; :

'abandoned the CD building.shut down its (FEMA) on starting up the county CD, Association want to meet with the FA i..., .
.s Reason the county executive board, to see what can be/
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was the program again.Currently ( ...:
'operation at the CD building '
the county.is without any worked out.Previously. ;
,'' high utility bill,'which reached $1,000 for local the FA board seemed1 '
CD or a plan any
J f per month at times. With the CD pro being put in the closest over the the!
gram derailing. ;' )/ no money budgeted to.repay; I i-
of CD funds comq -' poisonous gas ;
the amount .,
nation, ; '
countY'coni' '$7,500. '
"' to the county made It Impractical Chapman has told the ; \

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l Sapp, Dawn Sue Smith;: Tammie Clark
;Scott Sullivan. Aflfieia ,':Brown;Johnnie Clark, Pamela
*Senior VLucretia Bright, Gwen-, Stewart y 1 t Deena
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fWyn Salina Cassela, Dennis Thomas.'i Donald\}Thornton'vTroy.
Brown, Suzanne]
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I Furrow Carol Fussell,' Sharon Sophomorea.. Skip- Abdula;?-fl'?/1:St1iGneen( ; William Harrell Tam-i f style.Whars more,you're out of'touch

,.tie Bruce Howard, Howard) Johns HuShes Lan,' Koliiene Baldwin, Donna Barker ) mle Hentoy,:Roger Hughes, ,James s r. ,.': You see with Touch Calling you'll also
Le"ab Jenkins.Krtety : Jobmson.Joeeph ;Kroencrt Donna J Jy / have to electronici
Robin', c.r lr:1ArI1'Y access many exciNpo
Mar cnoa"Bra ;iAua, Johns,Dawn Joiner,;Karl KeUMV I .-/Betoocca" 1.c .awson. .Robert:. ', '
Klwutt.'Anne l..opeI't Tarn- Clark; 3, :: > '! *; % t i services of the future. : "
Michelle .Ue ;t.;. Angela Montgomery '
John 't> ;? lifestyle to speed. Call ;'
Mann Hiram Padgett.) Mary Dempsey ; 'Moore, Sue 1 1ttle : Bring your up :
Michelle Stilwell, Donna Fraupc ">> G.iIIIIW.lI. ; ; .' .nara ilacfcle; Moody, PWUip Nor ,' '.,i.\., ,. Continental and order Touch Calling service>: ,I}
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'Thornton, "Hampton., James 'Hayes.Robin : \man Kimberly Norman., Cynthia'Parsdot i"y A'f; 1 \ ,
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''Veteran Day. November U.fwill. honor veterans of all
wars, declared or I otherwise,Once again this year
Veterans Day, November 11, is American soldiers are fighting and being killed In conflicts in
the East and,the Caribbean
Middle Sea, bringing back
observed in countless differentways'
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memories of the past...
by countless different

Americans, across the nation and IThe Civil" War

around the world. ,.
(Excerpt from letter written by
For some, it's a day of mourning, Dr. William HolUngsworth of Starke to his wife, Nancy

for those lost in combat. For from.. Fort Clinch, Jan. 11, 1862) ,
others, it is a time of Thanksgiving.Their I, '

loved ones fought honorably v "I Ir have nothing pleasing to write yOu, but distress,

and well in Europe, the Pacific, distress, death,death,death."We buried seven soldiers today,
Korea or Viet Nam and lived to and from two to three every day, and has been so for some
,
time ... It would make your heart tremble to visit our
return home. '
graveyard.
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signed. The sacrifices made by him ... dt
Veterans Day 1983 will take on and other disabled veterans of World

renewed meaning and significance as War I and all conflicts since then are Spanish-American War

American service men are once again still being made today..365 days a January 1898 Never before has Co. B, 4th Battalion, been
giving their lives on foreign fields of In such a flourishing condition as it is at present. The Com-

combat, notably Lebanon, in the year..every year. pany has 48 men In ranks, and will go to camp next summer
Mideast and Grenada in the Carib- Our thoughts on this day will also in- with 50 men,all of whom are steady, sober,and reliable, and The Civil War (a re-enactment)
,
are willing at any time to lay down their lives for their home
bean Sea. Loss of lives this year won't clude a prayer- the prayer that, never and country."

be just a they will be a grim again, will America's sons and
memory daughters be forced into all-out war, Company B, Starke's unit of the Florida Troops, was the World War II
and current reality 'first company in Florida to volunteer for service in the
although even now they are being Sparsb-American War. World War II was brought closer to home than any other
This week, all Americans are askedto sent to fight in undeclared wars and ) ... due to the Infantry Training Center at Camp Blanding. The ,
remember, and to meditate on the combat in countries aroundthe 124th Infantry,as Starke's National Guard was designated at
far-flung
sacrifices made by some 39 million ser- World War I that time, was mobilized for service in World War n on
vice and who have world. November 19, 1948, under the command of Capt. T.T.Long.
women worn
men
Our should also be a of From The Telegraph,June 1,1917: The unit served well in New Guinea, Morotia Island, Luzon,
prayer
the uniforms of our country throughten prayer
Bradford is to show and Mala in the Philippines.
rededication. America's disabled County beginning up sarong In the lists
"conflicts" since
or more wars or ...
'of Uncle Sam's army. It was noted by The Telegraph severaldays
the nation's founding. We must be veterans know, better than anyone
ago that Henry Freeman was at Fort McPherson Officer' -
I reminded that America's liberty was else, that freedom can exact a terrible Training Camp. It is now learned that Archibald J. Annual Ceremonies

purchased by blood, sacrifice and, all toll. But they know that freedom is too Thomas Is also at this camp. His brother, Wm. Thomas,i* in Veterans of these wars, as well .conflicts In Korea and
too often, life itself. precious a value to ignore too dear a the naval training station at Newport R.I. Lloyd Green has Viet Nam,will be honored by Post 56 at an annual breakfast
principle to relinquish. They know that enlisted for service in the hospital corps.Sam P. Rhoden and in the American Legion Hall Friday, Nov. 11, from 7:30 to
Today, more than 28 million nourished B.C. Kite have enlisted in the 1st Regiment Florida National 9:30 a.m.
freedom be
Americans men and women, young must and carefully Guard Will Wainwright, George CTWhite, and Will Moitt, At 10:30, the public Is invited to gather at the Bradford
faithfully tended zealously guarded -
well known young men of Starke,have applied for enlistmentat
and old call
themselves for brief
proudly County Courthouse a ceremony'in honor of all
if it is to survive. Charleston, S.C.'JonesLangfordWhite.
veterans. Post 58 has Invited all
veterans, and together they salute the organizations in the Brad-
and commitment shown by This year, nearly 1.5 million American Legion Post 56 was named ford County area to participate in the program with their col-
courage veterans will be hospitalized in for the first three Bradford County men killed In service: ors and uniforms,'and with the placing of a wreath at the flag
their fellow veterans who were not so .
Willie Jones, Ned Langford, and Ray White. pole by each gaup..1i' '
fortunate as those still living. Veterans Administration fa Cilities; : ,

Another 18 million will require V.A. ., .r r ," ,
Serving in uniform is a deeply emo- ,,' 7,4 I.y r" ....." !' k ',
treatment. thisweek's
outpatient During J -- I

forget tional experience.the great acts Veterans of courage can never, and Veterans Day observance there .G: i ",," '".,',, ,'
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be of
can no more tangible expression 1i
n 'II
the dedication witnessed i ; I
singular by ,
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the debt we owe them than by visiting I J
them when they were in service. They Notebook- Taylor
them at home or in the hospitals where County Agent County Agent .
recall all the sacrifice it took to keep they are confined. A personal- .
America free. Veterans will
always demonstration of concern for their i

remember their buddies who were kill- welfare will help acknowledge the debt Increasing calls and concern about manure, and cracked nuts. Don't let nuts their money by bung and selling-not by

ed or wounded on the field of battle, owed to each of those who sacrificedfor pecan trees) conditions reminds me that lie on the ground particularly in wet con- recleaning, culling, and excessive
and those who contracted debilitating each of : debt ,harvest season for many Is here. I hope ditions.Sell In uniform lots,using standard handling. Buyers are usually
us '" .a thatcaaneyer
illnesses while defending 'their oun.F -' /fyou 1 have'been a good ; your burlap bags and sell full bag lots if possl- (' SWf ty&H B/r'mlum prIce: toe top oualiygraded ; -
JTli manager
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t II have a !(: .; DUflr* o ', .' ,( pecans anirequany eager1 to
t Veterans these things an V' .." ,' Veterans": Day is *not.an aficia? >' ,." t III year: unifdrftPfittiyil r Rt tIp 1 a penalize poor quality through the pricing \
is all Combine IO wftn '
Day are mechanism a lower-price o-you"n" '
holiday. It is a day to recall the horror Here some tips l suggested by buyers neighboring producers to increase
volume.
more, for Disabled American : of small iota of that will help
of pecans
war and armed conflicts of all kinds. you
Veterans. This November 11 they will a better for nuts. Perhaps these tips will all w'you, the
get pre your High Internal quality and uniformity
A day to reflect the ultimate horrorof
on small to market with and
; producer, a plan
think back to the days when they lay a nuclear war a war that would Increasingly,., buyers will pay higher what buyers look for AND and. Buyers sell for a fair profit. The old'saying "You
sick or wounded in military or V.A. have surviving "veterans" prices for high quality; low quality may are in the pecan buying selling get what you pay for" could be twisted a
no or any business for a profit;Just as producers
hospitals. Though the wounds may not find a buyer at any price. you bit to "You're paid for precisely what you
civilians to their loss.
surviving mourn
have been incurred years ago, the Nuts must be kept segregated by variety are expecting.a profit. And they make got."

physical and mental scars of war re- It is a day to honor those who en- ; don' blend or.' mix varieties.

main. The racking cough that a man dured past horrors for the country they Leave the trash on the ground; leaves .

brought back from the gas-filled tren- loved and respected. It is a day to pay twigs, and litter don't belong In a bag 01 Pre-re

ches of World War I ma/ still be with tribute to those who are threatenedwith nuts. istratioD for Winter Term I

him 65 years after the Armistice was those same horrors today. Grade nuts, the more the better. Screen
the nuts for trash.Grade nuts to the extent At
SFCC Set for
possible, within a given variety for size, Monday, Nov. 14A
symmetry, and form. Eliminate cracks,
;
I I II ruclauiattniT pope, shucks, weevil, stinkbug and other

Insect damaged nuts, poorly shaped nuts, special preregi8tra ooior the Winter Term at Santa Fe Community College will be

'. etc. held Monday,Nov. 14,from to 7 p.m.at the SFCC Starke Center office In Bradford High
Get the nuts off the ground as soon as School. Studenta planning to lake classes Gainesville, but wishing to register through
WHEREAS; November llth Is a very special' THEREFORE BE IT PROCLAIMED by Jo'nn- they fall. Peak early season prices may be' ???{fJK office' ,must register| during the pre-r lstration period which ends November
day In the lives of all American and especially to angford-White Post No. 5*, The American received on more of the small producer' date all registration for classes GalnesvillewtU be at the Santa Fe Main
men and women who have served their countryand Legion Department of Florida, that November'. total nut volume if trees are shaken.: Campus, "' ., .
have made major'contributions fur the II, 19X3. be observed as Veterans Day: with-, ''
However,.don't even consider shaking if It Ia also
freedoms all cherish and possible to preregister next weck during the office hours in
we ; and of and recognition regular.daily
'
thoughts
prayers peace .
you don't have1 the labor to pick the nuts up Starke from 8 .m. to 3:30 p.m. No appointment Is -. '
the contribution given by each veteran In our nation's necessary. ; ,
after :
shaking
WHEREAS There Is no way to express in wars ... the living, the disabled .and thee, immediately The Winter Term begins January 4 and ends April 26. ,';' : ,', ', ? '
words, as all are Insufficient, our gratitude and deceased.IN Know the shellout percent and kernel
who sacrificed for our For more information, call Mrs. Yawn at 964-5382. > "- 'I.. I
adoration to those people quality of the lot you are selling Have as : >jj"
great freedoms, especially those who have met WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto let much knowledge of lour product as the '1
the demand for honorable military service to their my hand this 8th day of November,' 1983.. at, buyer has '
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country: andWHEREAS Starke Bradford County, Florida. -I illllillllHiaUlllliillll Letters !

GEORGE If PIER: Post commanderJonesLangfordWhite; Sell in,as large a volume as posalble.Howeve ,.
The services these veterans have Post No.M $ storage on-farm can reduce
provided have caused great disruption In their TIle American Legion quality quickly,so sell as quickly as possible Tj ,
lives and many have paid the ultimate price so we ATTEST of Florida Long term price patterns over the Senior Band Member Deserve Recognition
ALBERT t. Department ,
CROSBY 'a nonnal, early peak, then
may enjoy the fruits of freedom justice and liberty Starke Florida season T
for all and for all generations to come. Adjutant decline hold out much promise for .
late season ,profits from storage. 'To the Senior Class .. their pa a the stheyuwm Invited down to
Shrinkage and reduced quality from BUS Band members i -,' ,the field in .

. For storage would more than offset minor Having attended the final home foothill However, we were shocked and'very

WetIandsProt'ectionSlated Big Push price rises. |i,:',,( to game last Friday night,:we joined the disappointed when you Senior BBS Band

Avoid.coadltions'' which lead to crowd In recognizing; the .Senior members and your parents were so ob
sprouting mold and kernel rots,, trashy Cheerleaders, their parents, and also the vious./ left out of the "line-up". .. '
State Jon Mills committee
of told House .
Representative Regulation a on
orchard floors cattle Senior Class football
ground, unlevel .team members and
; ; Your having spent hours
Alachua County, chairman of the House natural resources recently. She cited many, many
t
:: : during and after
Natural Resources Committee, says estimates that Florida wetlands /, > ..." we ALL might enjoy school your practicing grand performances to that-

that legislation to preserve the state's' declined by 12 million acres (60 per Forestry in Bradford we feel you deserved the same

endangered wetlands will be a major cent) between 1850 and 1973., ", ': County ',recognition.Your '

issue in the 1984 legislative session. "We have made efforts In 'the 'paSt'', fb''l' by David W. Norton half-time show was great last Fri

Sen. George Kirkpatrick, also of decade to protect our' remaining ., ..'.:' Bradford County Forester sharing day night It,with aa usual us. ,and we thank you for'

Alachua County, says that water quantity wetlands, but we are starting late in the Check g; Creosote buildup can cause: firm't<%ta-, There know .
put'
and quality will be the most impor- game, and even with our.current plans, !; nite inside chimneys and flues; which in the ARE folks! you who attend
Be lames to the
tant issue legislators will face in for managing these remaining areas, ..System turn can easily engulf a whole ouse, taoluaf especially, see band.PIIJ"fonn..l ,

Tallahassee next year, and that North wetlands are disappearing, as "our ,Before you- up those wood eve 'Creosote burns but la Is always produced present In'tite'greatestquanthtes when wood ,, So cur hearty thanks., Seniors, for-a

Florida needs to nave growth manage-' population continues ,to grow at a:fan" and firepla 'i >''Florida : when the fir*l Is not interne and ," memorable marching band seasonf,you
ment that will cause heavy drains on the tastic rate," the .secretary, said. i, ,Forestry,war t an inspection of your, .when'a lot of'smoke! is premmt",4 Cool,. ":i'I'f"and" the etttlre band were also great In your
chimney .or ,lalght Ave you some smoldering firesy and fires. from '.final home performance I If
surface water supply in the decades of Wetlands are vital to'F1orida's..future wood nor
advisable that all .
the 1980s and 90s. because they provide.:\ ', r f ..",.hMthig mfawry.i;'1)1 In t '. d be d1ecked,,out.. ,=,...,buildup dri l aw" prime. ,, .,cam.y:,i-of'' i 'Emory L.'I t Van Brown' _

... before cb : -- '\ '.... t. : HtJ.Box564,8tarkCr e
their year 11'
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percent" Florida's Natural
With at least 60 Of water purification systems, ,7be> mota problem with wondsto.>. Is .
wetlands already lost to residential and cleansing water by trapping,suspended, It', best to' 'lifted person ser-, t or labeled ;'c, 14
Never :
Industrial development, the state's solids and nutrients and. then recharg-v vice yoursystems h ,:,___ air'coodittonlngMfbr into .:edlh. il. a pip* "vent'' ? r--- ,i'y.J' )
they're put
each 'flue because .,tJ.1
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as a vent piper i
the anronJr
leaders the
legislative are getting ing aquifers."waterstorage', UM, Ha can c to be sure the fire box lat 'single thickness of metal and can't handle t''

message that our fragile' fresh water areas which':absorb : ,'ee t are not,clogged, 'the intense beat generated by a stove (")
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system, in the immediate as well as' flood flows. .: :defecti.; and that all safety I -u--1"i ; ''
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deVi correctly Heating heating/--; ; 1ft for ,1r
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long-range futurerdepends on preserving ,
the,"" ) percent of wetlands that are' .Nursery'areas for a wide .Yaec. :bid;:;II : leading causes of, 'woadMove because, be suretltatlon all tsfrets 'vtpo'I... j ., "," ,

left in order1"to protect tfllUt, ; ; lakes.and fish birds,;; and other..wttditfe.<' *<.. I ,house (Ires. 'r' tirr mais'lreeos', ;.peopt: ,duos carbon. n.onoaldl5ga .. ).
..'Fire'safetyineed 'It'''; ..' YGiotutnnsier '
rivers. Storm andiIood"Prot tistriir .' # ; 1r'x ) 1<64 .
checkrd \
4A to hv be8tIM Systems J 'I\ /J {""
especially in unprotected. oottttal areas.:. *$ the U.S. : ,X ..rflty''CommiaIIoA j" 'I' ,
tu ed.l'lltsm pn revs.eyY }
lorida's is ; .. regularly ,
"If .J groundwater .the .' ,. >.. u has pamphlet* ,with safety tgyaas. 'It. "; r.v,(n, .".... '
state's lifelines-;-,,then ;;'our <' wetlands .. Currently us ; ,ntl"'Y".D, ieplac, cvj vooda toves,, known x-toMiw, at the ...., ..to;
deserve to be called the 'soul' of the quate and confusing,'* JTschinkcr' "W ...... and ftaruaoss.'TO*receive a J Kmting'of m, C.1f War.

state, Victoria Tschlnkel secretary of said, calling for stepped-up purchasesof fire prObleiEtralhtl.U811.ystems. -' fM Hpywrft.eru.s.C ,.... ProdBrtD.C :-..J bourn the first of', the'
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Dyal and Clanton Scaff
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Dana Dyal and Ctanton Scat were The bridegroom, son of Mr. and .1 \ ', '( I" ,,.j} ,I'
I married Oct. 22 In her parents homeat Mr. F.C. Scaff, Sr., of Lake Butler, Mooty Society Editor 961-7608
Brooker Officiating was the Rev. was attended by Fabian Scaff j ,
Terry Cranford.. The bride graduated from Bradford t ,
8 The bride, daughter of Mr and Mrs. High School, Starke snd attends the ;: ",. I f. ,
I{ B.E. Dyal, Sr., of Brooker wore an 'University. of Florida.! ""' )' ;1 I j Ii! ';. '( '' \0. ;' '; a
style of The' bridegroom graduated from i l ; ; .
j empire gown organza over !' :' : /
i satin with a wedding ring collar, lace Union: County', High School Lake Betsy 'Yawn and nfanco\Bonghi: ';; '
5 sleew. and lace ruffling around the Butler, and the University of Florida. I \ .
j p> skirt with a cathedral train. Her attendant After a wedding trip, the couple will .1' !\ '.'4 f, !"V >F"I'*"" ." ',: .' 'Ht, ,.' > '
i was Rhonda Scaff. live,in Worthington Springs. 'I. / ; ';. '11'1 \, /,. "
,'. MarriedOcf.; 30 in CourthouseMiss '

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1 \ j ( Lila Elizabeth,"'Yawn, A reception was held at the home of The couple are residing at the homeof
the bride for the time being.
1 Upcoming Events i bride Raiford Road. Ar-
I ,.n --n.- daughter of LIla'Rae Yawn of Starke the on The bride graduated from Bradford
of and bronze
and Judge T.A.'Yawn Of Gainesville, rangements yellow High School, attended Florida State
mums were placed at points of In-
and Lanfanco Bonghl, son of Signor University and is presently studentat
Carlo Bonghl and Signora Luisa terest In the reception rooms. .
Florida.Mr.
the University of
Tammy Stobbins.Clay' .Math,, Woman To Hold, Bonghi of Assist;Italy, were united In The bride's table was cbvered witha Bonghi graduated from Llceo
fall Bazaar Nov 17 marriage Oct. 30 at 3 p.m. In the Army/Navy cloth and held a wed- Scientif Statale Convitto Nazlonale
Gilhooly, Bradford County courthouse with ding cake at one end, punch at the of Assist and attended the University

To. Wad Saturday. United Methodist Women will hold .. Judge T.A. Yawn,-. r. performing the other foods.end and assortment i of finger of Perugia, Italy.
their nuptials
annual "Fanciful Fall Bazaar"on Mrs. June Edwards, the bride's
The wedding of Tammy Stebblns Thursday,Nov. 17,from 7 a.m. to 3
aunt, cut the cake. Assisting were Col.
and Clay Gilhooly wUl take place p.m. ,. Dianne Y. Muilins was honor atten-
and Mrs. WH. Edwards, Jr., Mrs.
Saturday, Nov. 12, at 3 p.m. in St. Edward's A soup hili luncheon will be served Mr.and T Mrs.Ctanton Seaff.r' dant. Cindy Duncan and Mrs. Dianne

tion following Catholic In Church the Parish with Hall.a recep- from Christmas 11 a.m. to decorations 1 p.m. for, $2.00.wood ... -- Theron A..Yawn, III,.was best man. Mullins. lJIIJSMITH.CDRUltrasonic'M

All friends and relatives are invitedto stuffed products ,7.
attend. toys, pillows, Mrs. Steve Cubbedge ,{' III
Christmas
i, jellies and jams stockings will, be baked among goods the, Shower Honoree '*''';:'* _Did__ You_ __ Know i or -- __ computer compatiblecan -

Lunch goodies on sale. ;' ':* <\ Mildred Lawson Louise Bell, and double as computer
BunchTo Door prizes will be given out. all Mrs. Steve Cubbedge was honored Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Dotty Kite attended a banquet at the printer with options added
Meet Friday day at a stork shower Thursday night.l- spent Friday and Saturday at their Reitz Student Union on the campus of
Oct. 20 given by Mrs. Tommy Red camp in the Ocala Forest and also the University of Florida in
The senior citizen Lunch Bunch will dish 1Vtrs. William Robert Ward Sr 4; visited Mr. and, Mrs. W.C. Hurt of Gainesville. They were honored by
shave Its covered dish luncheon Friday Hospital AuxiliaryTo Ms. Terri Parrish and Mrs. Roy. Atlanta at their camp at Cedar Lan- the Dean and his faculty for their ser-
noon at the Presbyterian Moot Nov.. 21 Jackson at the home of the latter In, vice this past summer at Camp Mqn-
fhurch., ..., Theressa.) dlrg.Mr. and tgomery working with Diabetic
Stuffed animals were used fora and Mrs. Glen Reddish children and students from the Col- .
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary will decorations and a Teddy Bear cake, family of Pensacola spent the lege of Clinical Diabetics.Mr. .
:
hold their November.meeting Nov. 21 was served. The refreshment table weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Red- I
!The Rodman Underbills instead of Nov. 14 tie It erroneously was covered with a damask cloth and/j dish, Mr.and Mrs. Drew Reddish and and Mrs Bob Hulls of
Celebrate 50th Annlv., appeared in the yearbook centered by an arrangement of pompoms -, Mrs. P.D. Reddish. Goldsboro, N.C. were Monday after-
J in shades of the rainbow. tf#> .. noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. made n 599
J Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Underbill Worthington Civic Games were played by the It guests t, Ritch. usrl
I will celebrate their 50th wedding an- Club Bazaar Set and prizes awarded. """.,' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar One-touch, ,full-Ilnecorrectione
niversary on Sunday Nov. 13. from 2 The hostesses presented :'theL spent last Tuesday and Wednesday at Mrs. X.M. Smith of Starke and Triple-pitch changeable type tytei,
J to S p.m. at their home on SR 16, The Worthington Springs Civic Club honoree with a safety car seat Disney World attending the Florida, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden of sizes&spacing.Snap>in printwneels
Heilbron Springs., given by, their Christmas Bazaar set for Nov. 19,9 ,memento pf the occasion. .:' ; Automobile Dealers convention Melrose, attended the funeral of Mrs. Automatic center,carrier return
children. a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Worthington all i J where Mr. Terwillegar was elected a Bolden's brother, R.A. McCray In ft relocate
All friends and relatives are Invitedto Community Center.An director for the Association: Douglas, Ga. last Thursday. Speed cushion/no overstrikes

attend. all chicken dinner will help .. ,
day Hall of Orlando Is visitinghis
) Mr. and Mrs. James Talley, III of Stephen
stem the appetite of the ardent shopper ,t .- : parents Mr. and Mrs. Rodney OFFICE SHOP
,
I. Athens, Ga., and Mr and Mrs. Tom-
LB Woman's Club for children and : for \
: $1.50 $3 '" Talley of Jacksonville and their Hall in Theressa and Mr. and Mrs. II\
will allow the to en- my h 110 W. Call 964-5764
to Hold FestivalThe ;adults purchaser families spent the weekend with their RO. Dansby in Starke this week.
,w
the delicious chicken prepared by BIRTHSBreanns
Joy JU mother, Mrs. Louise Talley.
the the ladies of the Civic
Lake Butler Women's Club Worthington .
I Arts and Craft Festival will be Nov. Club For dessert shoppers will find ): ., -
12,9:00-3:00: : at the Coastal Oil Station available delicious homemade cakes -mow
located on Main St. There will be a 12 and candies. .. :
5 fee for each marked off space. Any At 4 p.m. there will be a drawing PdXtoJ.lS SAVE ? SAVE 9 SAVE
;v\ person or club wishing to reserve a held for the beautiful' handmade Lyn Cardlllo. ,-. ,
space must provide their own table. ampler, quilt, double bed size.
There will be a variety of crafts, Chances on this quilt are$1 each.Con- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E.Cardillo of
baked goods, and sandwich's.Anyone tact a Civic Club member for a raffle Casper, Wyoming announce the birth
of a daughter, reanna Lyn, bonu 1
wishing to reserve a space should contact ticket. ',
Carroll McNeil 496-2252 or Marjorie Everyone Is Invited to come out and Nov. Sin Casper.7 r tt+
Driggers 496-3737. join in the fun at this bazaar. Maternal grandfather is A.R. Sapp'of
Starke. Paternal grandmother is

,Mrs, Evelyn Schnobrick. ,.tir >' Coordinate your home or office
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I J. e 5, nt9restt.f'i'f." : l'" : "';',.. :.:r..T'fI'I' ; ; jot.I I c'.hkt my\ .....Lev lor AAin. .,Blinds 'N''ftI&Jrcn.ow. '
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MV ....S4 Engaged'...u.-AA:oupI.: -!\ a''"r' tin! ,, .D';' It3'OfCeiirrieffdaA; '1"IJr' ,; Mrs."' : .Patsy 1....Welch' I is J attending:" the"'l',," I" ."' _.. r' .' rt't}, ra: Ler! .Verttvcals: ; """TfMJ, -
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Reception Honorees tlr..s Reunion Held Statewide Training For Implements-., 7LAVERN. OUTLAW All'styies and textures
tlon of Peer Supervision Protect.for. ,, .ji, ,General Agent, Stork, Florida \ .
The Department of Corrections' the State of Florida Guardian Ad '
Miss Tammy Stebblns retirees held their 12th annual LJtem program In Tallahassee Nov.'' ,. 964.9478 Wallpaper
.Gl1hoolYi whose marriage at the Lake Butler Communi- 7-10.
Saturday Center on Saturday Nov. 5. Life Insurance Term e MortgageEstate
honored at a reception A good time was enjoyed by the 90 Mrs. George Shatter of ,Jacksonville Pldnnlng
shower given Sunday visited her aunt, Mrs. Gilbert Universal Life Annuities
Edward I Parish House Goldwire, Friday to Sunday. '
J.T. Richardson, Mrs. Individual Major Medical Interior Decorating made easy.
Winkler and Mrs. Joseph Group Major Medical
Attending 'the Duplicate Bridge'
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Standing In the Pat Welch tournament In Palatka) Sunday afternoon Medicare; Supplements For Shop at Home Convenience

the hostesses:were Richard the StaffMr. were Margie Thomson, Myldred :'individual Retirement Accounts Call:
mother, Mrs. ,
Cuttino, Ruth Merlie and Ida Shaw. .
Gainesville, the (qualified and non-qualified) Donna Gruen 964-7714 Starke
and Mrs. Pat Welch entertain-
mother and sister l.t mel.lll'ou about trio new Innovative
Gilhooly and Mrs. Robert the staff of the/.Welch Land Mr and Mrs.Warren Langer.Sr.of product of UNIVERSAL LIFE. Call for a no obligation appointment.
Son, Tammy and Clay. office and wives at a roast Lyndhurst, Ohio, spent Friday to Call for an oppt. today.
elect and mothers barbecue dinner Saturday night Tuesday'with their; son and family, 't
<::' The hall wn gayly. their home on N. Walnut street. Rev, and Mrs.,Warren Langer, Jr. 964-5478
'wedding bells and .The 30 attending enjoyed oyster and
fall flowers. cocktails before,dinner. Mr. and) Mrs. Kenneth Snow attended -
The refreshment table the Seafood Festival in Appalachlcola ------ -
with a white linen cloth over the weekend. s.
Buttermilk Biscuit
with an arrangement of
shades of lavender. Cake, with purchase of I

and Attending coffee were between served.the, CELEBRATE' YOURIMAGINATION : I 23-PifiCO Snack Box:

three and five o'clock I I
This coupon good lor 2 piece of the Colonel'sI "
innately 45 guests. ,; Original' Recipe,or Extra Crispy and a blscull
for only St,19. Limit one coupon per eualomer. I
Coupon good only for combination "white/dark
orders, Customer pays all applicable tales tan.
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'Belle i, Boyd, the J'J'; : 1 t Buttermilk Biscuits and <\Pried Chicken.'Of..II. '' m 'I eel l

chapter Woman ,Spy"-1, U.D.C at ;'the \S; I Kentucky Fried Chicken -- -

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home ; "
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>een the States working "' ''? r I or Extra spy| 'for only S4 79 Limn one I
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tories, raising the crops f coupon"per'customer Coupon good only (for
the homes and plantations i: }\ 1i a combnation "whil./dark orders Customer pay
Plans for the \ .- .... or ;', y''p' all applicable' sales tax:; Offer Expire 113083I |

were discussed: and the
,be Mrs. Weisgerberm
Mundyji l Mrs Guy Sale I WITH THIS $4.791coopo"
'Charley: Johns.,The i COUPON,
held at the Woman's Club C (Tht. good only' el! Kmxueliv
day Dec., 7"at 1:45: .m l I __ ores tSl "'h 0 )
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, ;):'W.l (t' oft Monday, Nov. 14, from 10 a.m. un- c h 1 n ,,?-Millie Galanos celebrated "j
.,">-'!'''>i J td 5 p.m. at the Starke Chamber of HeighEf broughtTier ft'ilellCiousSJinner .'
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ar'et' y 'atS.sLag.e.flC.flldermBY.! : myc htoU.T tideeser n-lterhrtne- -- AiYc Jbllw'Moarrrwull"tttie Sent-0r -'
I J\nd1Jai.. ; \! tosaoritttion i may Be; applied 1 to(ami- day, she received an anonymous Show Awards on all four of her sewing
I "ttt,1'W1'I\ptoli' '. tI4;, JI*, church or community. phone call with an organ rendition of entries In the Alachua County Fair
spon Oliirqi\: \ e 1 rttaP t 'Batt ISltor, the Ha ppjt Birthday melody. held last wlr.tShp: ]
Nov 12, at the, Hampton: City" Mrs. HMcln yaughqn enjoyed her.G. .. lbfi8
{ daY'i. Sale will begin at 9 a.m., and Interesting Mtq. .. n &b hOOvtil t\\ "Mllt\! ra .1$1t lyt1, :
"j'" bazaar items wilt also, W\ v sited //I' !' !tklt 'ctjc; altk M' n t .. .AI ._... '
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r4 I :. < available. : j- .c. HwonlffFanaifta queI' tier at the Christian
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,'. (,'.h' ,Church td Honor .. .' (tiday, yvheniailifamllM/ members-were.,.>. rummage saje. / I, titi''Tt.,1
: Pastor" Nov. 13 era' W' p-esent. ,r' ,i;',iv M(.>,' bye; ,i 'jil< 't>.'),,,.''I Christina. .Meng celeb;.etedberfiret i 'School i ",\
'. 'I.'f; ..1 Joan's sistennmlbfMtnwuvtawacr'c ;. ;birthday with a ,partY.. given, at that
Hampton'CbrlsU '
: h .; n. Church .,S iij '' > .Su' "PEStuihtirk, ', :,1T-pd
home of her Kevin
f" impankwl,town eHatrip4ot<: ( b rokea)Ia.d parents, and Patti
'i'l'l :I honor their pastor and his :wife,Reyfi .. Those named Super P.E;'''Stud nllt"'
'\' j'' : and G4\t1Inburh( :7intMhere tbryoa-r t",Mend She, and, her \MJl\.n8.enJoyed\ ;
,1- Norman, Hilda Suisse at ,, .
,VMvv .. a juyed: lovely! utomn'Hccoeryi i jj' ,"' '.ride, around..t1\8 farm by Instructor' :Keith;; :T (Stone :JM
5-Yearmnay way Awarus.! : covered dish dinner following 11 a Jn.\ Among "'inn
out week ,were' Angela Scoggtnsc( '
there
Greg ivfowrvovisited.ihiarrela! veel / of tpwn guests were
Clarence lee, Marile Jenkln.'It"C) Kvaie, Betty Moody. .erylce.on Sunday, N\>v..t3 atthe'
0-r> Jackie Klein \ ., friwlde Laurel'Sanford,first''
her aunt and kindergarten
i ipast ;
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and mafft.3fQ\OeI.ahe; family; ,Mike, Susan, and
Mole ; '
Dorothy
Standifer Perry h. .
Shelby Smith Jacquelyn Smith Margaret 't'.hur t-jj . Hall second\: grader ,
weekend? ,. ."il/ .kt', ,,,1/ I.' ''I Suzanna Slaughter of WUdwood:; \lrs.'Dorothy 'grade; Andy ,
Colletta.-Dale' Drom and Mary- Sever. 1. 4-lI club>> Elects.Officers' ,: ';}'\{ j Among recent,visltor/ .iafiMr: Mrs. Cecll'Mattheuswere'their" '*on ?
Miller Enterprises, Inc., Employees At, their meeting on Nov. 1, that Glen Mattheusof: Folkstont!Ga.,,their! Gainesville;; Eugene Meng of Orlando Byrd, fifth grade; Cheryl Thomas,
Hampton 4-H Club elected as their of I ., daughter and famlyi .Mri+ and,?,Mrs<, and Angela Meng of Hawthorne. sixth grade and Tim Slater seventh
Honored at Awards Banquet ficers for 1983-84 year. They are Dons,: Ralph, ; ,Langfotd >of .Fernandln Nov. 6: Billy Jordan was 12, Sarah grade. They were Judged most
na Mowry, president, Mindyilersey, ..:Beach) ,, MI' and i Mrs.\ Ted Mctebing: ', Underwood was 9, and Gerald Brown' cooperative during ,the't physical
Forty-five employees of Miller Enterprises, Inc. were recognized for total vice president; Cassandra ,Fisher"secretary classes during the week.'
a .and family >of. ,Tampa, ,Mrsj,.Lily! icelebeated'p Nov.! 7,Mark. Parado; was education .
of 330 years service at the Annual Profit Sharing and Awards Banquet held and AndyReddlitg. .,. Walker of High Springs, and Suzanne .' ";v ., "ft 4.'t.

Thursday, Oct. 27, In Daytona Beach. treasurer. Melching of Gainesville (I", ',n>''' I': ,.... ... .... ... ... ""; ... ...... -:0". .... ... ., ..-.. .... ..... .... .... ... 4- .... ... ..... ..... .... '!'" 4It'
During the banquet George C. Miller, Jr., Chairman of the Board for Miller Nelson Green, guest speaker from iloe.,.Meng who'has been intern I\.I; ,, '
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Enterprises, Inc., told those gathered that he was proud of their efforts duringthe the Bradford ''County Rescue ymt,.:>. teaching at i '>eMesseell'e.mple., \ College Dr. Dennis, Connaughton \lk
past years and that they were the reason the company has grown and pro gave information on proper' pro\ in Chattanooga, spent from Fri- "; : ; :
cedures in .... (Associated with Dr. Gruen) ii'
spered.Included. emergency situation} *. day Tuesday.with his family, Mr.: Harry :s ; \, ,
in those honored with service award plaques were three employeesfrom Mindy Hersey was appointed chalrman .. and\ Mrs. Paul Meng I. I':<,v' ,
Bradford County. Marzle Jenkins and Betty Moody from Lawtey and of the Club Christmas party being {Mrs. Garnet Studer served Sunday,. Plow Announces ,1:. I
Clarence Lee from Starke were. recognized for five years of service with the planned for Dec. 10. "I..% -''di ner to her grandchildren Greg ;It:
Handy Way Food Stores. The next 4-H Club miming Is plamtv;
'arid Van. Page of Jacksonville SERVICESv. "
Miller, who was recently named Chairman for the National Association of ed for 7 p.m., Dec. 8, at the Hampton:* 'R bert Peterson, of Hampton, Susan, 'EVENING! DENTAL.
Convenience Stores, said he believes the employees of Miller Enterprises are Elementary School. Proceeding thetf ,Coiling, .and Mr. and Mrs. Fred, ,}.,'. '
the M..;st loyal. and dedicated in the industry and praised ,those gathered for meeting, the macrame class will' Williams of Jacksonville 6-9 .
their loyalty. meet at 6:30.: 't\'L j. Tuesday Thursday f'M .'.

Thomas A. Miller, President of Miller Enterprises, announced that thisyear's Bloodmobile In Starke .ii 1 tirthdays., 459 "' ,
banquet was the largest ever for the company and that 221 employeeswere Mrs. Mabel Nessmith was happily W. ;Call_ 964-5152 '

eligible to participate in the profit-sharing plan. The Civitan Regional ,su prised on.Nov. when 12 members _-. .A. . A.A. A._ ..A A h d A-A-A-A-
"This represents approximately 25 percent of our work force,'* Miller said Bloodmobile& *"" "- "
regarding the number of participants. "This means that 25 percent,of our r- q-
employees have been with the company for at least three years and from the n41i 3 BIG DAYSI' f ,. ':
number of awards presented here (at the banquet, one can see that many of I' Thursday ... ZgT ,
our employees have been with us for quite a while longer." EA'G'LE-
Miller explained that in order for an employee to be able to participate in the \c. Friday PmcE

profit-sharing program, they must have been a full time employee for at least & Saturday;, aTRAw NAT
three years !NtAMTOtPMCHRISTMAS
In announcing the growth of the company's profit-sharing plan Miller explained I
that this year was extremely good and that the total assets had grown
by 69 percent over last year to a present total of $2.7: million. A % H \ t

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Mrs. One Wiggins and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harrison of s'

Mrs. Don Neel attended the Jackson- Ocala were Sunday visitors of Mr. : :' p' TI.1G,94'
ville Naval Air Station open house and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. ;
Sunday afternoon. u l _t

Mrs. P.D. Reddish, Mrs. Jewell MEN'S WESTEltN PLAI
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton of Joyner, Mrs. Elvalee Cantrell and
Winder, Ga., former Starke residents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish spent A w 1 rti-"w.lrmi.T.W tMrl with
visited friends here Monday afternoon the weekend at Cedar Keys. t =sad...MesiP brtiUns. Front
while enroute to visit their sons, ; VM WgYyoael|y J.M.L.XI.

George in Melrose and Mark in Tam- All(. Carlisle, chairman of the TOVLAKDOPEH
pa, and families and Paul in Ocala for Bradford Hospital Board, and Mrs. !
the remainder of the week. Carlisle attended the seminar on ="I
Hospital Law Anti-Trust Suits and ov ert soo l ITorsr ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey of New Malpractice for five days last week at I # \
Orleans and Mr. and Mrs. David Cotton Bay In the Bahamas. The .t
Mendenhall of Atlanta and families seminar was attended by doctors and ,
and Miss June Hardy of Atlanta spent board chairmen from all. over the r %
the weekend with their parents, Mr. United States. ..i t l lw i
and Mrs. J.E. Hardy, and attendedthe I" ,t'set MNnbly Ir.kd.d A si 9 4'no '

-Florida/Georgia- - game.- - .. _-.._. ,_. ,.. L Lo. ,,j ._.u. y
\)?. ai5o4.' L".A4U4'en0'l.I: rm ...t w" ,a* f aw '
.,f".I '' tf3 ulril/ ta lo.. .(*. qp l'I y t. 31Ii t o' .gor4
CfjurcJjJletotf- : ".Calvary Baptistnnn. Churchvr, "..,. r 1n,. i + MEN'S FAMOU3'ti1/AICd: b.noltauit wr 3

To Hold '
; k i JEANS
Cotton denim (MM wan cotar*
Fellowship Meeting t DO.i aty v r sacs, 5$. $.
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Calvary Baptist Church, Cherry
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Baptist Women Have and Madison Streets, will host a, _IIOllghl.MlnlIIgh'"oInQIII'.. WAS .7.....,..,t l.....'. 97 al-w 8
Fellowship Meeting Friday Nov. 11, 1483 "m.'oo" oraatinst -.. 888'
Missionary Program at 111.88. onrtea ..... _do, V_ IfP to, V WAS 17.88 WAS 12 8S II.118
7pm.Guest .. .. ..,. .. 1 TRICYCLE
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speaker will be Dr. Larry REALISTIC S FT. .y. Sd wool BLEND II.N'S LIlY PLAID
Mrs. Sandra O'Briant-Johnson was be SCOTCH PINE ",.t CI.v aim.. wrap. kern sY NEDSTROM CPO JACKET PORT NfTS ,
the Montgomery of Yulee. There will Amarcan ar........ vahli..o P rNat start., tr/k/
guest speaker at
of the Baptist Women monthly of the meeting First special singing and refreshments _With-.heavy Easy..duly.wmMy plalill to 7a....._........... tr. e.4.. 39 with May p d.I dr/v./ Nybn pocMII yor, lining a plaids.front S-xl.. Ion Mon port. sac_,Kurt, MMV S-XL.*poly/cot-'

Baptist Church on Tuesday; Nov. 1, in served.
the Fellowship Hall. Everyone Is welcome. Come and 8 S1 's
Mrs. O'Briant-Johnson, who recent- meet Calvary's new pastor, Dr. Ben-

ly returned from a three month mis- ny Beckum.

sionary trip to Africa, gave a talk and
showed interesting primitive ar- Church of God
tifacts and utensils which
were used
by the natives as well as slides to fur- Sing Nov. 16 a pr
ther depict the physical as well as the sy
spiritual needs of this vast continent. The youth department of the Starke tkASO
At the close of the meeting a Church of God will hold a "sing" I s'fi4

covered dish luncheon was served. Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 7:30: p.m.
The tables, centered with pumpkins Featured will be the group "Son- 'ft
filled with fruit, carried out the shine", a group of young people from YOUR' YOUR soya' wnANa&ER sa ur LADRis'sweT um

Thanksgiving motif.Fellowship the Community Church of Keystone VSasys1/ CHO1 97cNiKE.i97. JST SHOT lutnir t.8odrCn.n1eiy/ Toe tatloltrtc I
Heights.
7
4.7 WVCE pt.a yak..a-90. 9Y $ $.
Baptist The church extends a warm hand of P ry hnpat '
,. th. t Elthre'ACTION, ENERr11lZER MEN'S PLEECE DISCPntci,
welcome the attend Nit PAnYa
to community to wRANOt ER JEANS i018
trT ears
Holds Revival 'N ta., OFF WARMUP JACKET
A8A iR asATTERIesb.tt.ry
this special event. Kba t Ma..Y Ctkk ioiT" IMM !hr4 Un OM>*Craw fVHMMkpockM.
p.b I zip-honl. tiara.-Nnad, 1383 / .
eeeootatt
There /ow laelr rMner NOt WI.NM LenglrM .w l h p
will be a series of revival ladt.t.e-tlt.
warm-up yokat.ak. M-JO .no,,,. pory/ootwn aw.t.
meetings at the Fellowship Baptist Beulah Bpt. Homecoming.

Church In Raiford beginning on Sun- Sunday, Nov. 13
day Nov. 13, and running through
Wednseday, Nov. 16. l ,r
Beulah f '6.AGLg
at Baptist
Homecoming '
The Sunday service will be held at
Church located on Highway 21 in
,
11 a.m. The other services will be held
will be Sunday. Nov. 13.
Clay County,
nightly at 7:30: '
p.m.
-
will be Rev. Howard
Guest
speaker
Special music will be brought by the Mott of Brooker. .
Weeks of
Family Green
Cove Springsand the will begin at
Dinner on, grounds
the choir and
orchestra from
the
will be held"at 2
1.p-m and singing
Westside Church
Baptist in Jacksonville
Featured will be the iPrrt..va9.g0
pm. singers e.y. .
.y .
Quartet of Palatka and K.' ..,
Journeymen
The evangelist for the y
revival will, the Weeks!Family of Green Cove Spr- p tar.w hoots-sit..

be First Rev.Baptist Harper Church Bumpers of Bayard.from the Ings.Everyone voun19 W 3 M wa..r s oo .dtE.a83 $ 1 0 0 J. 1988 999: 77* ,+
is Invited to attend. le.ee WAS > .j.jr
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Everyone Is invited to come out and YOIMPN/AL18.M 74 lj 9 WAS W* i WAS13,58 PRiCI WERC 97e n
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enjoy these special services. CLOCK RADIO) COST WITNIEMATE 'OENNAL ELECTRIC 'BRAWNY PAPER Hoiew MOTOR OCi ptMNBRWAJM UT' MATH UT Mt's DRsss'' \ r..iot .
MANDMOIO COFFEE MAKER boUOMTOAS TOWELS ti.Nry etuW d.1.rgMt. tees ia.ibr 4. At, 6 Pies. bath 1 1 M SOCKS. "W
STARKE AM/PM L.d dealt 11510 10.5,0 wnh '5j44' Autq t W,i SbrOnt. wnh}lid Ip1Y le afs pu' I ew a.rw a. W. ,ooroa rysla 4npewt.d ease, and MnpaK lone w.arlag On.. no. hLased
CMURCH'OF eo.ua..d$ con..w, b.wa, blaclt ebn, tnarmo.te. 'q.*. Bupat.lla.rbrA, 4! O"Tl MM'r ;tram crane..,r, tyre bk s se es. eew.. .i
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD GOD
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Hwy 16 W. ft WeUon 964- !l71 422 N. St Clair 964-5445 '

Pastor George Watson and Walter F. Montz, PastorWe t \"
The Congregation Invites.You to Invite.you to worship with us. ,: .
Come and Worship With Us i I Aeea/N IIIII'IIry .

Sunday Ie...... . . . . it AM SBMUy eeh.al . . . 10 MlMtnringWtnkff I'I
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'"Where everybody is somebody, and Jesus ChristVLon)" WM8A4, let. 'ten Joanaon n a t nidBtATT1ER000KBl7it YW ts z:9: weRE'ie.ta a, ,.wER@'tt.adl ,1t In4 4l. '
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syvh .aeEN'sRU4i7ED. :YJl tM
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Sunday Services 'ti r'Cl at st+ ,ppryet7istlezae ? r E+ ,.t-.:+ ,t, itlvwY

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By LarryOglgslty lions by Prank tang and 'Billy {Onsecond 'down with just 13T I t' '

Rehbur,. Long also' had two second left in the first half Francis
BCT,; *pam Editor. touchdown runs called back because, booted the 42 yard field goal to put ,.

Bradford shut of penalties' against Bradford. BBS li front MM at the half /
down Lake Well's of 'Bradford opened the second saltWith
fense to hand the
Class
3A Hurricanes,
a 24-0 lass last Lake Weir gave up first possession another scoring drive this one
Friday night in Stark.
of sparked by a "'yard halfback' r
,. The'Tornadoes thee ball game after three downs pass
:M are now .500) -with ai I
from Lona'to Randy Balkcom and a 30
'4-4 record and Lake Weir remains and a punt. Bradford took over at its
35 line yard touchdown pass from Carver toRussell.
winless at 0-7. own yard and.proceeded with.
drive. loose on all COl1d' w
scoring
|! "I' was very pleased with the game. Large ground gainers by Tony down play during the drive for .a
It was our first shut out this "
season, Davis and Carver kept the running touchdown, but It was called back on
Head Tornado Coach David holding call against BUS. The '
Ifid drive alive. Davis broke three tackles A., +tY
: and got 22 yards and Carver gained 17'yards touchdown put BHS In front 17-4 with '
I
rolled in 239 theground
yards on *: left In the third period.
and on a keeper play. Tyson drove The
70
got
take .Weir yards, passing. up the middle for the scoring two yard final BHS scoring drive was setup
was 'held to SO yards
.rushing and 11 passing. 'run with 4:06: minutes left in the first by another Interception ,
Rehburg and a 40 yard return after'
SI: Bas took 10 lead at half time on a period. f '
Defensive efforts by Rehburg, Billy interception. .
two yard touchdown run by Oliver Roberson, Michael Early and Craig .BHS set up shop at the 21 yard line
and
11lOn David Francis.41 yard' field- goat by John' ,Falstreaux contributed to halting the and opened with a five yard plunge by

Lake Weir offense forcing another Long. On Second down a IS yard '
,Second half score for the Tor-
Hurricane punt.Unable holding call against BUS put the ball
;
Jjadoes were on a 20- and touchdown +a'
back to the SO yard line. ,
to sustain a drive Bradford
paser Ih.'om Robert Carver to.Brad. 'also had to punt. An interception by .On the repeated'second down., {
lussell and an eight yard touchdown
Carver"-hit Balkcom again this time
Rehburg set the Tornadoes up at the
tin by Tyson. 44 yard line. for,23 yards to put the ball at the eight
rt Francis who .Is 100 percent on extra After yard line'Tyson went up the middlefor
two incomplete passes Davis
mint' ,kicks booted three against Lake the touchdown and the Francis extra
broke loose and made it to the end .
Weir point) put BHS on top 24-0 with 7:.
zone, 'but'the play was called back s II
In the'second '
haII'two
; Hurricane
because of the clip and the run only minutes Jeft in the game. .
drives --were stopped '.with intercep- counted for..13 yards. Second down of the next Lake Weir''
,
;
possession'> produced a BHS intercep
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tion by Long at the BHS 39 yard line' I

-Three penalties against BHS positioned -

the ball at the 37 yard line with ).

a first down..The Francis punt was *"I.

dropped by Lake- Weir and Jimmy r

Shoenlng recovered for the Tornadoes. 1
at the 33 yard line. ; .

Bradford stayed with the running"\ Frank Long stretcher around blocking set up by Tony Davia

game unto time ran out on the clock
Penalties hendered the Tornadoesdtlt'lrlg !

the whole game totalling: 120arda' } f

: Lake Weir was only penalized!

for ..arda.. ',, .' ,'. fij.II : ;Bradford to Host District 'Cross Country, Meet

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. {; ;; t- Course records are expected to be' boys course records to be broken by. are the top two ranked girls in the

::0 : I shattered this Saturday when Brad- visiting runners Saturday. district. Comb's best time this year is if
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':'--' ( .l M I ford hosts the.Dlstric 2; Class 2A Two Palatka runners Monica Vin- 11:14 minutes and Reardon's 11:30.:

1M., '_"_, r'lwasss 'I, ',,... > ;[;croai country meet,. beginning with 'son and Roscoe Hill hold the present Listed are the rest of the top ten .

*tw.i LnJ". _.-. ; "' ,.... 1. f the girls race at 11 a.m. .- BHS course records. Vinson holds the girls listed In order with best times

'''''.k' .7. I. ? There are expected to be nine full girls record from last year in 13:38: and school: Kelly Hodge 12:09: ,
.. >'> ',;, -A..*. ; .-. -, fftiAMWs [J girls teams and 11 full boys teams at minutes and Hill the boys in 15:51. Newberry;. Lora Fannin.. 12:30,.
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class 2A state
I ', ,V', ,*_1_.Msy t,' 1"1\'.I.. ';.. the meet, which will take place Defending first See District)
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A '. ..f-1"; *. ,.'L.,* behind Bradford Middle School.", Episcopal expected take (
LuaI ours ,, .. ? ,S?:|r": Cross country and' track Coach the girls race. Episcopate Donna I

.... ... tuxcroea" ',' ..*.., T" .11'',14 j>" > George! Loper expects both girls and Combs and senior Tammy Reardon See Page SA .)
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F'f'". NOTICE- should Identify"th* oo- Georgia Street: P.O. Box :Thompson; St.':,....'Stork; ... .Agreeemvnt; dated address''. )-,Box 640. thereafter, otherwise a more or Us, and a* ....

lector by nom and address 1056, iStorke, Florida32091 -. Florida :33091, Intends to Jonuory Tf, 1983 between Orlando Florida default will be entered 'mo,* particularly ROBERT J. BATTEN.

\t1 hIs I"to notify renters ..and fully describe'the and f II. the register said .fktHlou' the obovaCnamad 'addressee -, '32803-0640. on or before against you for tha I relief described .hi the Official Defendant
+* .
.f No.. S a' No 3IDIOb.c. objection. to> the opAdministrative. original) with the clerk of. /rtm. ?under.. .; thoRRprI + *'; and Charles th* '. 33rd day of demanded In the comk Record ol Bradford J
flay
) ''..I'IIi. ( I Int"i. titan., ,PM .F I'IYhl\\cq"n. 'h; ; :iia.v' r ,, ,HoIIO.tMt4'iI".. 11r plaint of' petition,,. County. lr .,$ooii" ,.3JJU at. _... NOTIC OF ACTION '"
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vlerran* el 1veto f-1h9, ..-. Court oo )* In* pfvpefty' mr rh* "ROBERT '''.
lonedwithin. tStWJIO3!" JFtstide4" errsil u .nl 'tri;; Y-.i" > 1 ty.,_ ;=' < 'ni '" ''.. ... ", bet ,..rvion/ PloWf': October. 171t8ti'f't"H: 'r>TaDov-named Defendant : l ) 1.f P if.

dT It.. thirty ((30)) Hearing: entered, against you for -fff: ': .1I' 0.4rpd! 12/01. //CHAR _. ,'. attorney or I Immediately GILBERT S. BROWN and that' on the
only thai persons .the relief demanded In 'NOTICEOF -riWD thereafter:.. Clerk of the Circuit 14th day of November, TEN.YOU ARE NOTIFIED

'SC 4 C;: MINI STORAGE. who.. substantial In- the complaint .or petition. INTENTIONTO DUDLEY", UAUDY. PA. otherwise a default will Court 1983 Monday, at one that an action to

i ,964-6020 t...... .are affected by REGISTER By John H....*.....E (i. be entered against you 10/204tchg 11/13 o'clock noon on sold day foreclose/ on an Agreement
', Itchfl ""0 the application and who WITNESS my hand and -FICTITIOUS' NAME Of Counsel '.I\ for th* relief.. demanded on the premises of the for Deed for the
Ilia'a petition meeting th* seal of sold Court onNovember .P.O. Drower'1030' 'In the Complaint and NOTICE Bradford County Sheriff following property in :I

NOTICETO the requirement of Sec B, A.D. 1983. Pursuant. to Section Stark., FloriN 31091 Pint Amendment to. Office, I will offer for Bradford County 4
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BIDDERS Man 2B.S.20I F.A.C may GILBERT S. BROWNAs .BAS.09.S Florida Statute. '(90-1))64.570t '',f' Complaint, or petition': I am no longer responsible sale' and cell to the Florida:
obtain on admlnlitratlv Clerk of sold Court notice t 'Is.hereby given Attorney r I' WITNESS my hand and for debt Incurred'myself. highest bidder far cash The North % of the

The Florida Parole and hearing.) All timely filed By: Marian McRae that .th. undersigned Charles Canard ,$ the seal| of this Court on by anyone other than In hand the above.. following described property

probation Commission written objection will A* Deputy Clerk. : Gendreau II, and ;f October. 14. I9B3.GILBERTS. described property a* :
will accept- sealed' bid be presented to the' l/104tchg '2/01. Earl 4 Gendreou, |point NOTICE; BROWN Ronnie' I..Burton the properly of the told A parcel of land In the
until 10 p.m. o'clock on Board for its consideration business OF INTENTION CLERK OF THE COURT P.O. Bon 435Lowtey Defendant to satisfy cold SW'/ of SW'. of Section I 14

34! 'November. 1983 for In Its deliberation an ...... Under'owner the doing'firm name of TO REGISTER NAME' By! .....Ioh M.Moody Fl Execution. 14, Township 6 South

3,019 (plus 3X) *quorfoal *- the application prior to GAME ROQM 353 N, FICTITIOUS... Deputy Clerk 10/204tpd 11/13 DOLPH. E. REDDISH Rang 22 East Bradford
IN THE CIRCUIT SHERIFF and .beIng "
of office space the Board taking action Tempi Avenue Starke, County Florida
located between ((5_. on tha application. 'COURT EIGHTH Florida. 33091t: Intend to' Pursuant to' 'Section. Copy "furnished; tot NOTICE BRADFORD COUNTY more particularly tI
U.S. Highway.or State Vicki W. Curtlt, JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF ,wild 86S.Q9 Florida Statute. Swann and Haddock OF INTENTIONTO FLORIDA described o* follow:
Road) :--ta/th North, Senior Record FLORIDAIN 'nflm!register.. under'.fhe fictitious notk 'I 1. hereby;.1..... P.A. REGISTER lO/2O"tchg 1110IN Comment of the ,1

(Street.1 U.S. Highway or Technician AND FOR aforesaid statute. that, the undersigned. P.O. Bon 640 FICTITIOUS NAME ....... Southwest corner of the d
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Slot. Road) to the South, Division of Record BRADFORD COUNTY Doted this 3rd day of' Richard E. Chtrnon and Orlando; Florida SW Y. of SWV. of the
n.. -> Judy :'A.Ohlr.t |Paint 33B02-I0440 Pursuant Oft 1. Section < aforediscrlbed
(Street., U.S. Highway or St. John River. u. November:, A.D 193 ; THE CIRCUIT section
In .
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Stole Road) to the East, Water. ManagerirentDistrict'. .CIVIL ACTION. Bradford County.. ; owner, doing business 10/ 4tchg 11/13 869.09, Florida Statute. COURT OF FLORIDA. township and range and
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"ct"J (Street, U.S. : 'f .M. : '- t under the firm name of notice I I.being given that run thane North
'Highway' or Slat Road) ,.ttcriglUlO : 'In R.: The Marriage I Of .. :t.1tdo.'JW'.! : 'STARKE ROOMING.;P.O. J..y the undersigned' David EIGHTH JUDICIAL 003'JO" East a distanc
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
io-I the West In. Stark. ., DAVID ALANTOMUNSON r : '. -- ;'. ." : 'Box 703 Stark; fIotIda'n09l. V, Farmer and 'Jon J- BRADFORD COUNTY of 672.S4 feet for Point of T
Florida.f Space must be NOTICE'OF Husband Intend .;>Moreglster 'IN THE CIRCUIT Finch. P.O. aq,,', 23," Beginning. From Point of ..J)

ollobl. on September INTENTION and i* .ifiyVi? ..i ; K NOTICE Of SALE'OPCOUATERAIJ' sold Hctlnau( COURT OF THE Brooder. Florida ,.326ZJ,',: '! FLORIDA Beginning thus describ !
(Civil )
Department
JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT .
TO REGISTER ,MARLA ROBINA' 'a .i -. flame un..r1, ,tho EIGHTH ,. ." ed. continue North
;,. joint owners doing
J21984. : CASE NO. 83-422-CA
:1'Bld! \ speclficatlons ore !FICTITIOUS NAME. TOMUNSON .', / V. .AF/E. DEFAULT. .',1TO ; aforesaid statute. /> IN AND FOR .business under th* firm 0-03'20" East a distance,
available .at 1200 An- wife, Dated this 12th day of. BRADFORD; COUNTY name of WATERBED FACTORY ol 200.00 feet to a point;
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: ;OAUD rl.VONE fiASSOC. ., October 1983: In '. FLORIDA IN tHE MATTER OF
A.q.
"r.w Circle Drive Pursuant to: 'Section ; Co.Rd. IB, run thane North
.Qrth. *J Stark;;' Florida B63.09, Florida Statute NOTICE OP SUIT,,''. :.; INC. d/ /o Bradford .t County ,. CIVIL ACTION Breaker; Fl 32622.: Intends THE ADOPTION OF: Bv'43'39" East a distanceof
:g .OAR AXD JOINT" Florida. >,- .; CASE'!<'.; -3o-cA. DEBRA JAYNE JOHNS
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'd2g91.'Iphon. .(904)1)), nolle I* ,herebygiven NO PROPERTY .t'l; i ,. to register sold fictitious 400.00 feet to a point:
.. ',; /: VENTURE v" 1", ,- W2O..t" 0 *"J.?: thence 'South
thai the Undersigned : >.J \ .I : name under the run
'tHIS3.W.; "
;*n02tchg 11/17 Danny-. Foster., P.O. TOt 'O.d"'Alo/ & P.O.Boli '16634' \ ,RALPH D. MOORE .aforesaid' statute. ; NOTICE. OF ACTION 03'20" West a distance Ib

Bo* 1318. Stark. Florida: Tomllnson,,. ,.... Warren, HIMltjlSt I'-' ._ t '" .and his wit. Dated this 18th day of 'of 200 feet to a point run V
I' t .;Ir.".fA:"r" '32091 sole owner, doing Air Fare Bo*.. 4126 East" San -Antoniofexat' >, ': IN CIRCUIT:' MYRTLE MOORED October, A.D.983 In' POGO TO'JAMES JOHNSON; thence South, 19* 3'39"
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,, A. tea business under the firm E. Street. Cheyenne. 82001 ., JUDICIAL ,v$ I/to: Unknown. feet to Point of Beginn t
,;4,;.. 'IT NOTICE" name of TURNKEY PAPER Wyoming ; EIGHTH HELEN lO/2O"tpd YOU ARE HEREBY
'tS'\ Ol APPLICATION ,//COMPANY P.O.. sox YOU. ARE HEREBY And, / _.( ,tBEiT j SANFORD' aft In tt
FLORIDA
\ that action has
; .' and NOTIFIED
Y>; FOR PERMIT MIS. Sto...., Florida 'NOTIFIED that an action1 ,' ,COUNTY. "'/' been filed against
Intend for --dltsolutlon'of _,.; AMGOTTFRIECrST '. ".r; ACTION DELORIS HIKKDN; for Adoption of DEBRA and ore required 11
you
/.at.! ff"y.: ; 31091 to ', : CIVIL NO: JAVNIJOHNS" ha been you
On*September 19, register. told'.'jlctltlou rlog has' been file? Churchill Street1: r.::" ,* ', fB3-33B-CA: .Defendants. ', IN THE COUNTY to serve a copy ol your -
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filed and
1983 the SI, John River :name ,' und.. the against you and you or. ,((Gtit.111t9| Beach..FI WW>' ; si" .I4iv"V '. NOTrCfOFACnbN. COURT OF' against you youare written defenses, if any 11

Woter'Menop.m.nt111strlcl '. .aforesaid itatula: ;required !. Serve a coW 5 'S.VENTURE FREEDOM SAtoNGIAMI CUVALCOUNTYCASE required to serve a to It on the plaintiff' attorney v
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r.c.lv.d"Ap- Dated rhl.'7th day of of your written defenses.If e.Am A o JOINT' LOAN ASSOCIATION' NO. B3-S89-CC copy of your writtendetente. whose nom. and
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pllcotlon/ > ::. "Nol007.ooo'AU < November A.t>.:l83. In any to It. on the ptoln ; etc,., t. TO: HELEN J. SAN- < .: / *. II any to It. on address I I. TERENCE M. .ttNOVIMSf
from The Bradford County. of '* attorney: 'whose 301 ElCerrlw ... Plaintiff. t r FORD '730 Dougherty GENERAL TIRE A ,the P.III'aCl"ornov. BROWN ESQ.. Tomlin- 'if
lalvatlon- "'Army, 3101' .' /104tpd1a/0t name and addrat I.DUD.EY *aK .1'ntonlo. :; -.Texa. *, < ,' f. Streef.. Webb... City, RUBBER CO.: a corpora.Hon. .whose: name WM.'A.:and' address son B Brown P.A.. Post
I I. IES.'SENT..III.
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.Kw1'tPLEASE WILLIAM Missouri 64870. '
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P. HARDY. P.A. ., L. K.-.o, Office Drawer 40,
lake Ellen Ian,! Tampa f ESQUIRE'BES- ,9
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FlorkJa' 33618. The apply' 311_.._ ,.0t'Drowor '1030; TAKI'NbnQ ,.etc.t.el.. 7:' ., ;*...,- YOU ARE ; NOTIFIED .also' d/b/o GENERAL t Starke, Florida' 32091 on
action MOODY
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.ant ;*oa'IMdraw ., Stork, 'Florida-' 32091;f + andante.'1- \ :' ,that an to cancel TIRE SERVICE SENT or before' December I.
propose'.020' mgd of IN THE CIRCUIT ((904)) 964-5701. 'and. Ill. .t.Of. : theist. day"o,' and foreclose a contract Plaintiff' SALZMAN 403 West "83. end file the

groundwater from the COURT OF FLORIDA the original ,with me': .Dgc.mb.t ,19B3 the .NOTlaoP'' Cf! f4; for deed on the following v*. .* ..',- Georgia Street P.O. Box original with the clerk of
u..dr.lonad. CHARLES t" described property In 105 v Starke. Florida this Court either before
fHarldan, aquifer via- EIGHTH JUDICIAL clerk of the above *.tyloclcout \ J.' GEORGE GOEtZMAN. .
33091 and III the
$three existing walk forspwbik CIRCUIT IN AND FOR on or before OARRARO! shell ell.or TOI) IAFITRA' Mw Bradford" County IFIoldo IndlyldyolryanddboGOETZMAN with the clerk/ of'' service on plaintiff's attorney
COUNTY: December 15, ..1.983;. InVmdt to wilt at private WAITERS Residence :, original or Immediately
supply, and tondIwape BRADFORD : : 7,1S .
lots and /l6; ore the above-styled court
; ; FLORIDA .otherwise .Me, .fl of the asset.* of.OAtlMRD Unknown:' t. hereafter; otherwise a
; ludgowent 1 '
Irrigation to Camp.pryston CONSTRUCTION COMPANY '
portion of the North 4tof von or before December;
MOLD COMo'Y default will be entered
i be entered agajnsr NOtIFIED
-l Civil inay YOU AXE
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The .SalvationA Departmentv. / ,
> Comp.i.* Youth Sr>v, Cgs. rip 496 {i you 'f**"' 'th.;- ,retI.l'.. 'Lawtay, Sredfortr. 'on pcflon to foreclose a'. Black' ,B; of !Hampton O.f.nd .1AD. V983; otherwiwoIudg.m.nt against vou 'for the relief
my l lti ) Florida/. Honda,. In 'Section'" 90. ; may be the
demanded In
r demanded,then' cord-; "tll1f.r ''imorteag *n-h) follow : complaint
County
trlceo In Bradford \to | 5Ing NenOTICE forth
entered
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: Township 7 South, again you .
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I Range '
lwtnot limited or petition.WITNESS
:
(oioMHl .In"S3tten 12. plaint or petitions '' property (n"p7ooVord( 22 Best OF relief demanded In
( Bradford CountyV hand and
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Township BC. Rons. .23tVt. WITNBM my hone) on/ / ''County / '._' ". SHERIFFS; SALE, the complaint' or' petithen. my
; t ILj1.n.onl"ry ,
Boord'the th. seal at soid Court ort, ,, ,. : 'I nda. ) the seal of said Court on
Th* Govrnlr ,1': Th feete1 .'
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November B, IfW.-- 14'I;" -y...' TOGETHW ..ittt. Of* 'is4 HEREBY November 2, 183.GILBERTS. .
wilt toke. let and the East 2.29" NOTICE
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f Dltrlc <
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\ I t ..... ... Guerdon Mobile WITNESS my hand and BROWN
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.. .G>URT S. I cNNN J973 ,
.y'.h. /e.t f lot 4 Sock ..of tt 1 GIVEN that I- Delph E,
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Oetion eppfldt1tt'r ACIrko field, MOt Coss.pLpoeCFavrhyy.; IdorIttflca1 'the seal of told Court on Clerk. Circuit Court
n eo.m- "
o.rlON 4nd '
.nol" + IWPIAT OP PART OP MV Reddish Sheriff of Brad '
24,
October I9S3.
Byr Morion" McRo ,'ler No.f 2O351t, and30291ft' OY: Martha E. Strum
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.taaner than 30 day donr"dots --, PLEASANT'ON _VEIILAK' ford County Florida and GILBERT BROWN .
t Of this i notk;;fIjfiou Tot! JOSS RAUL. BRAVO. t.M Deputy Clerk .r t M par pie thereof. ,.r ; .under and by ........ of aWN AS CLERK.: Deputy Clerkll034tchglJ4 'j
.An'9711ntdwport% IF "ho been filed |
; Id you be-.InterestedM 4' 131St.Writ, 3lti Street,,, tl( .04tdtS t4/Op. : <<10 .- 1M: i.recorded In PIe s Book I, and* required Ooalnsf : of ., Execution-. ,, 'OF !SAID COURT ,
this r-t"$? c Nialads. '$aride,p 12YOU4lAUrlERERY MJ'NOTIFIED r\1 F !I' u TIOEt/x t .V n r- :.: .. ...flDl20. of
'lI ould.' out,8 5t. IY :j' f: : ; ... ........._......,.; ; 'ofd.*radford' ,l written erve delMtse.r a eocy w aqrtyxto your. ith* ; obave-entHled';..>: BYBeA..Deputy Clerk. AI'.A
.4>nn. (6 'auWst.ra lite* q/ ecliort+ ;"I' t'. ."'.TO..1. ied i; wok of IM d- ;Cwnl\l. Florid4., "+-1>+aaY jt It JOS 'SMt1I4.: ;:.Co..rt,,' ,ln the. ab.vaisr'T i I." '1,0/21'4tchg '''If : ; ."
on fly.
{ton.vO. ...... 'Dlali'lct eftrlorWo ,, f the odoptlOr* Or'AN-1',; NAALE' ,. hav .\istyled cause, have levied
.... l !+ YtYiNt:}.l. FfGTlT6011)i'!" : ;t j j, i .. ;iplalntlff 4 t. ,,, upon the I fallowing.' ii-: IN THE CIRCUIT.
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,. ; *.- : gory, sttuote,' tying and, 'COURT OF THE'
f'E '-' p I' \
r. .Mi'i ."' ..... ., : t1rktlrtle: .. 1< / M bHnl"'r! ,'atPIOI-I, j'being .In Bradford Own1 -;, -> EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT.
Rat'High'Pelatka.: 11 ( na1;; '
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t / ; r I 1 flortdo, to-wIt" : IN AND FOR
C/IWIII.
i \\I : -'''.rca' .' btafaM.\' ty
,: '' 4 .....1'. "" :w-' ,.. O'A.LLAN !. \\fr. betas J J.tj ....'tIt"' ....n-infDa. tthQ.p/ ..'11. j :Th Kasf'-' 94, of'Narih'4, BRADFORD COUNTY.
!!IM/3. Rt, Gary. Half, (NH Jlof'Southeaet .FLORIDA
Glendo BeWocchl _.1 ... : 1
; iwnal th
the C:
M>|e
lion may mad*, but. and oddVNS Is; WM.' A. 33OBB, ole. _r.....' *.,. : ... .... '1ICIioI It en PAUL f. ...... 4''Seery4 th/* C.urielttor e.< mPl,.tI ore'aft.l}'( I(Kwasl Quarter (HI e)of *13.19_

:Should 'bey received lno BfMWft71IMQEfl'SESSENT.}; + bulfMM uwe..'the ffflJ .your -antra. WANN. A'1 1t";.N..O". 'I Irr ; I{Section .IS.TowMhtp A': i'UAEIt'M.JONES '

:isle :rWra thoutAec.mb.r' l. :' ,--6. lAllftt'a01r'w'e. '. MOODY sy11t -.. / '''1.Y......fwlii4. 'j f..r2F: Ctl,"'!, ?Soltft,(< DOCK, 'P.A..:ra/lna',::Jt+'ista ntNrs'K.rttMwn:11 '.4OOIio''.4 testier+ or..........., .. "".... Consisting I South/Range of 13 22'des East and Plaintiffs, HELEN, F.JONES_ .; J

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Tornadoes to Travel to Hawtnome': ", \ Sf', 1 .".. :: Gail' v/e. help I you? J

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This Friday Night for District,.,ffiDuel.I. ',-,' }', I. Opinion, ? .r;!,, J}

!' "'" f ', ".'$?..&' 7[ ,
Fro
.f My,office 'li open Monday through 1.
not going to take anything for He is not that big'but Is fast By Larry Oglesby ; from 9.. to 1 Q$ p.m.,to cfl ri il
day m- ,
:-' serve
granted, notes Head Bradford Coach reacts to the pass well. ,\n.nAt [last week against take Weir with injuries. -r.: ;
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Sports Editor David Hurse. corner for the Hornets Is Willie f : i ,u ,i<, the citizens of Bradford County.-' t.1"1, .I

Bradford will take on Hawthorne "They will probably have a special' Pickney. He is also fast and reacts to Frank Long and Tony Davis have, H. < problem with .,; ;
this Friday in a District 8, Class ZA defense set up fat us/'' commented the pass well With these two on the lions a good job of adding to the BW.I you an xpcitanclno fI 4Iti.\-.., ,
duel as the Hornets will be looking for Hurse. defense Bradford might rely heavfiy. I offense that was geared earlier In.the state government or "tint' in opinion. 'State i. <
their first home win of the season. Defense will be the strongest point on the running game, boa season on Tyson's' running." 'on state IflBljlatton/ptoaso' writ.' or RepresiRtaUvo "
Bradford, is now 4-4 so far this for Hawthorne. At.defensive end Is Strong safety Bryant Thomas u ones Last week: 'Long was the leading I eat) district office... GEORGE CRADY : 'Yo j
season and Hawthorne has only one junior Daniel Bass. He is big strong of the team leaden in the defensive ground gainer for BHS with 77 yards my (House District 13 ..... ,
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win under its belts. The Hornets only and likes to hit,according to the BHS back field. ,sgli;" '}n six carries. He also: connected on' _I I
win this season was In a 14-12 scouting report.At BUS will be without the running.of! two halfback passes and.rnada.one interception -( Rt. 3 Box 778 Yulee FL.'32097 : ;
squeaker against Lake Butler two' defensive tackles are Eddie Oliver Tyson duo to his reoccuring '. defensively. 1' I .* ; -. ti
weeks ago. Thompson and Mike Rutledge. Both knee injury. Hurse said that Tyson DavU' was thesecond/ leading ';
BHS Is coming from a 24-0 shutoutof stay low are good tacklers and hardto will def uwtly be out.for the rest. of the ,rusher last week for Bradford with 57 (904) 225-5035 ,: ,
class 3A Lake Weir last Friday move according to the report. season. ,W,.* > Varda in eight carries..Long averaged,:, -
night In Starke. The Hornets are 1-3 in Senior Kevin Warwick anchors the On a brighter note, runningback Almost( 13 yards per carry and DAvU ,,
the district and the Tornadoes are an Hornet defensive line at nose guard. Eric Lane will be back pn the Tornado! 'Averaged over s veJ\. ,
even 2-2 in district
play. ...-.1
Plagued with injuries for most of .;11I
the season, Hawthorne has had some
of its players return to the field. I
The Hornet's biggest threat is the
return of fullback Thomas Bryant
from Injuries. Bryant rushed for 108 The Best !
yards two weeks ago against PK Savings
Yonge. Also on the playing list this i
week will be the Hornet quarterback
senior Jerry Waters.
"We haven't had all the players
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together since the season started" r '
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commented Hornet Coach Bill Mason. : '
Hawthorne will go Into the game : SAVE, ,60'PER LB
with 9 players on the injured list.Most U.S.D.A.. CHOICE i
affected by the injuries was the .y ,
Hornet offensive line. The complete CENTER CUTCHOCK '
right side and center starters are out c t( l' : :
with Injuries. s,;
"They have been through a rough ;.;1\1,1. : \ $ I 29, w

season with a lot of injuries. We are ".,' 100ROI .



Girls VolleyballBradford's Bonus BUY ,"Ifw '\--4 PRICES EFFECTIVe

AST: : : THURS.THRU NOV. tO

girls volleyball team LB
WED..NOV y 6
1983.eonus
finished the season with four straight : .
wins to end the season with an im-
pressive 7-2 record. I

In the last game of the season BHS BONUS BONUS, BONUS
beat PK Yonge in a 5-15 15-11, and BUY BUl( BUY ',BUY ,
15-12 battle. Pat Slogan and Cindy .t ta
Strickland led the Lady Tornadoes in
scoring for the match.
BHS dueled Palatka 13-17 15-9 and w ::v.'fr'iM;; : >Sp>;A; qRADE A' .
154. Vonda Kay Hall and Slogan were
the team leaders in the match. ywymm
Bradford played Clay High twice
for two wins. The first match BHS GAME HENS
won 15-7 and 15-3 and the second
match 15-3 and 16-14.

Hall Slogan, Stickland Sharon rPh TVVfNf>ACf<
Manning and Wendy McDougal led ;
Bradford in the Clay High wins.District .


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Bolles; Steffanie Smith 12:50
Episcopal, Patricia Florence 12.50:
SAVT,3O RFR.Ui'f"f
Nease; Dorothy Sale 12.50 Bolles; 4
Kim Barnwell 13:30, Nease; Leslie
KJellg n1.13:3.2 E pis.;' Cheryl,Bogle .
l3:40rBtlS. tyf If & ; dasH5THCSB
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According to average times and COMPARE TMaas COMPARE Trese COMPARE I COM'ARL'. t -i THESE nEvrv *-
scores the girls should finish In the PRIC[. PRIC_ E8 PRICES. PRICEU
following order: Episcopal, Bolles i
t
BUS. Newberry. Nease, PK Yonge,, neOH CANADIAN eK..aeD a Drvasvm CXJDORPra CH .
Baldwin Florida Deaf, and Clay.In & 69* FIshRlletsHADDOCK .. 13. |MAfQAMNBOUABTEHaBkra
Sliced Beef Uver
uaiD- ... u 48-
the boys race BUS Is expected to Rutabagas ._ Bonnet ,. raa "
S.D-A.QBAIM A FHVBHFryerThlghsT. ,TunnoT,PLOUNOEM .
have two runners In the top ten of the pnN PANTRY PMOC PtOMDA OMUJED .
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c.u.o ..... .
race. Paul McKinney Is ranked sixthIn Cabbage 23 .. ':sf69* FishlRHets .141. .1."
the district and Eddie Tennant Green .i. ... ,'" Orange Juice. .,= "
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10th. District rankings for the boys auNNYDBJOMT! BEBF PTTWMIX, Bt'*'u ,0. \D A.CMOlCB UNDiMSLAOK MEAT cm ami ., / .)Y!'
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are listed In order. Trip Godfrey,. Citrus Punch : s9O Great Ground .?'=L 99- CaIIfornIaRoests ,. ta 17. Franks.cAa.uvRSq w *1. .
15:09, Bolles; Scott Halbach, ..:... :) : '
Bolles PK \IOoWHR1r PANmvM DcouAfrnm POUND AMOiICAN OUAIf Y 1J.'
; Ricky Qulntana 18:17. ;
Gene Dunnam 16:19 PK; Greg Mushrooms ASS, .17., Sly ,. KS.I*.1a. AHBeefBurgers I :,': *3" 1. +kea Sliced Ham :":,*2 i as' :,
Brown, 16:22. Baker; Paul McKinney .
DRYnOAOTVDaALTtDOnUNaALTEDPlanter's J.K.BRAND ALMS MB AX .- '
euNNYLANO nngAKPAaT
16:28, BUS
i8:33. Bolles; Richard; Andrew Fannln.McCabe.18:40. ssr: *2* Link Sausages :'':ss a 2 39' ,Seasoned Pork'. .. u' *4" Ri Sa Cheese s u,. *20., .

Bolles; John Wlsker. 16:42. Bolles; ...,....
iian ..
Eddie Tennant, 16:54 BHS. .os Dowd aY"owe" --Co son m owns?w."...4o-ow law-.row we Trvou.wn.eAL.nan WOMVI TMI HOHT _>UMT ouwmmaL
Team finishes are expected to be as
follows: Bolles PK. Florida Deaf.
Episcopal Nease Baker. BHS Santa
Fe. Baldwin. Chiefland. and Clay.
"But anything could happen."commented -
Loper.ithii.
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Hunters 'for : ;' '" fII' : ,t Y"Bradford I il ..t ";... :t. .. "", ; it.Y}. ty.It;. L iisi; # '
of Florida's are general gearing hunting up .opening season, seasons mission and land$)available,,the Com,;" tndl idUa wildlife management!* :; ;' "(Cwb ',11 celetirate .:. tightwWrtltor.) ; ( ._.t : LloydWllliams and G.
must receive sales revenue area brochures and the Florida HUIH '
which this homecoming this weekend, beginning 37-12 over Keystone and the Midgets Pardee Keystone was held to less
begins .,license .
Saturday permits and stamps. ting Handbood may be obtained from with
parade Friday and climaxing 34-0 over the Steelers than 100 yards total offense. The
November 12, ,_ These funds go directly, into the conservation offices of county tax collectors and With the ,amassed
crowning of princesses TheJ"j Pee Wets beat Green Cove offense over 400
In order for sportsmen to have en- effort and are uked for yards
their subagents or by call the regional Saturday. '
:25-6" and. the Midgets beat St. total offense.
joyable outings in the wilderness set- research and the management of office of the commission at its toJli:, parade will start at 4 .m. at Augustine 45.0.Cowboy. I" With good blocking by R.
ting of Florida, planning and prepara- 'wildlife and to provide ,.law ,enforc. free number listed inside. .the.front. The Square Shopping p Center / ,( ., Polk and D. Williams big play of
tion before their merit
hunt are important. protection v cover phone directories, A._*!' and '' Midgets
I. end at the north end of Bradford I' > the an 85 yard touchdownrun
Florida is fortunate In having a 'Goodsown said, '.:'It. ife imperativethat All hunting and furbearer )licensed/ High on US-30U,: '. -. q gamwas .
very long and varied hunting season; hunters,take the time to review, archery or muzzleloading gun JElrmltllIs All five The will Med
teams will homecom Midgets Bel
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play The team remains play
Bradford Midget
with relatively,liberal bag limits. the hunting regulations and license, required during special primitiveweapons ,
'One of the characteristics of this requirements thoroughly before going hunts prior to and after the leg games Saturday, beginning. with undefeated after the big 34-0)win"over beginning at 6 p.m. this Saturday.

long season is the relative complexity into the field and onto the water general.hunting season, ; tbeMitey-MitesatlOnm., Keystone last Saturday. Jr. Pee Woes
ot special hunt dates. wildlifemanagement ways."' ,'/ atloii;.s Crowning of the princesses will take Cowboys set the pace when on their
,Residents Place at 12:30 and the remainder of first possession easily took the ball
area exemption and Of particular: importance to the 65 years of age of alder the
permit and license requirements," .hunters.this year,Is compliance with possessing an overage certificate;? The games will follow,: down field' for ,the. trsIore! of' the Timmy Taylor scored two
according to Lt. Col.'BranUey Good the law prohibiting hunting from road residents who are totally and perw host Cowboy's Midget team will game.D. touchdowns and one extra point to
son;director of the Game and Fresh right-of-ways. Numerous arrest have manently disabled and childrenr" 'the Bel Med Dolphins and the rest of Covington capped off the'drive lead the Jr. Pee Wee team to a 25m!

Water Fish Commission, Divisor. of already, beenmade this fall for the under the age of 15 are exempt from. Broncos.teams will play' .the Middleburg with a four yard scoring run followedby win over Green Cove last Saturday
Law Enforcment. display or use of a gun In a manner purchasing hunting license: Last all an E. Hooper conversion. Al Jones and Reggie Sheffield both
In order to,make special hunting capable of taking wildlife on a road Wildlife management area stamps won Saturday Cowboy's teams The Cowboys 'played second strangers scored on touchdown passes from
against various
rt ht-d-WAV' milt fie i opponents. during most of the game. Glen Williams. ,
Mltey-Mltes edged Keystone! With consistent playing by: P. Pat- Shaun Nichols rushed for 95 yardsfor

"" the Cowboys.Defensively .
Wyatt Collins, Matt
Thompson and Lamont Mosley helped
'" hold Green Cove to negative yardage


Savings Are offensively.Jr. Midgets.'



Bradford's Jr. Midgets rolled 424
over host St. Augustine last Saturday.
Leading the Cowboys was full back
Harold Chandler with 210 yards

FRESH TENDER : rushing including two touchdown runs
SAVE 20 for es and 75, yards and, a 35
touchdown pass to Perdo Carter.
.Quarterback Greg Pittman had a 20
CALIFORNIABROCCOLI yard touchdown run and a 25 yard
i touchdown pass. to Jenkins.
Willis Chandler score for the

.e: [ Cowboys on a 24 yard run. Clint Reed
: added six points on the: board and ex
tra point kicks.
The defense had one of the best
PRICES EFFECTIVE games of the season by shutting out
1O q. the Trojans. Leading the defense
THURSTatOV! aOgunYB were Reed and Chandler with six
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BUNCH tackles, W. Hudson with five and Pitt-
WED., NOV 16, 1983.ALARON man Carter and Cruger with fourtackles
each.
Fumble recoveries were made by
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Bonut3 Bonus, ,senses Bonus tions were made by Reed, W,
rt3UY tBUY + BUY Lt3UY Chandler, G.,Pittman and Hudson. '
;+ The Cowboys totalled 400 yards on
the ground and 125 yards passing for a
total of 525 yards total offense..

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atuesielav 0fII. ww. *"|* oei.. SrfoS'cin ic' -. $3 a. Tea Bags >.. .. .*,, .s:t Asstd. Greens ., w 99 game, commented Head Bradford
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: turnover. Billy Rehburg picked off
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' f'ri/1>' 'd interception by Frank Long and a,
; fumble recovery by Jimmy Shoening.
'. Shoening and Long were named by
;;; Jd1 tinfr the staff as defensive players of the
week and Rehburg was listed as one

: of the defensive lineman of the week,

:' ". ;! Rehburg also led the Tornadoes in"

:I 1 tackles: with five 'individuals and

....'""'. '. ThtMtw8Gs ; a1 three Lonnie assist.Hamilton Craig each Falstreaux added four: and in-

{; : dividual tackles. Michael Early
.t. had
If'k Barry Warren andShoening each

Save l.U) ury.Th Products! three individual tackles.
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: (: PUB8URY '"s : .I3I1iI1'E, z;: Weir to only six first downs during the
Incredible+ Savings CRtS :QuaUfy .CAKE w game and held to offense to 90 yards
9M1" .... 'i& $ rushing and 11 yards passing
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'tl'" ; :Towel; Ensembles,' Bath' Sheets,. "---'VOfIIS. ow wow better Offensively games with Bradford over 300 had yards one of total'its

: ; 'e q' r .and Matching Rug Sets... ',. I eOr offense, 239 yards rushing and 69
"U, MVe 1 passing. One factor that hurt
yards
: when you participate to cur'SAVED CERTIFICATE/ plai\, CO n) y0 Y1'CiLEOtJK t + Bradford was acquiring 120,;yards in

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,. ===- called back on penalties. Tony Davis
......"""" .- .. '''f '. added' 57 yards rushing and Oliver
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t .} : + .e ictAS tl rcaa ARMOUR 150z
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.,', '' ,. 'Sp .... ,_ Kick off Rick Braswell for
(' \ .y '...r ___1I1""": ; man put
I'. t ,it> |T easvtQOfatanaful.BfofSt IrlaryttowekonevoiY: Ml. syeMti' .rs \99f' kicks into the endzone which causesan
w d .tabl o free ewer cerlnCaM : f ; 'tt ,: 'J. F touchback.
1hsnOSgO ou
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Second InvitationalBradford's / 1'1 -
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DISPOSALE'DIET PURER
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varsity girls cross coun- Girls Varlstyi 12)Cheryl.Bogle. ASPIRIN SHAVERS TAIN ,LAUNDRY DETERGENT,'
try placed second of 10 teams at the 14:09, 15)Carol Fuss ell 14:36, ," MOW DEW .
6th Annual Episcopal Cross Country 19)Michelle Kimutis 14:51 20)Tam- arm ..CK ."
Invitational last Saturday In Jackson- my Mann 14:55: 24)Linda) Dewitt W 100 Gf II o9t2 0 942-01.1.II, .,,,
ville. 15:05: 25)Karen Kimutis 15:10: Compare Limit 2, | I 1
The girls junior varsity took first 41)Allison) Denmark 17:48. to,Bayer. packs
place In their division to remain Limit 1
undefeated. Lori Sapp led the junior Middle School Roadrunners: DLori)
I varsity girls with a winning time of Sapp 13:49: 2)Lisa Tierney 14:03: ,
13:49: minutes. 4)Christy Harrell 14:36, 5)Chris)
Cheryl Bogle led the varsity girls Anders 14:41: ,9)Barbara Harris 15:31: ..
taking 12th place )in 14:09 minutes. 12)Rhonda Bryan 16:31: 14)Rose -=- -
Winning team of the varsity girls was Starling 16:59.: t t I FIDDLE FADDLE LYSOL _, .
defending class 2A champs with -

Episcopal.The This was the last race that the Mid- PEANUTS SPRAY ..,..
boys varsity team did no have dle School team will run. %-OZ. t DISINFECTANT
enough members to have a team ANTACID I s.*...?+r It-OZ. 1 SCENTS '
score or place. 13)Paul) McKinney -
Boys varsity i -
"It was a tough and slow course 18:17: 39)Eddie Tennant 20:13. with SIMETHICONE + ANTMYLANTA ACID'
with about 40-50 seconds time diffence 40)Henry Cooper 20:14: 52)Calvin 12.02. 12-0L ,590' 249'I
between it and most course," com Thomas 24:20.: ,
mented cross country and track Llml ::2'
Coach George Loper of the Episcopal Boys Roadrunners: Jody Brown I
course. "Everybody's times were 21:37: ,. Chad Tennant 22:10, Jason Compare Um t'.t
slow, but they did real well under the Brown 22:18: Curtis Knight 25:52. to Mylanta.
circumstances." Johnny Thompson 27:57. ORLANDO ft HOLLYWOOD i iV "'V
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DENTURE CLEANSER CLEANSER "I "0' T 19-OZ. .
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Lori Sapp was the fastest girl and as followslstfourth) period 40 TMU1 efterdeot
Todd Gillenwaters was the fastest boy 2ndSixth period, 3rdThird period. 49EFFERDENT
to cross the finish line last Tuesday 4thsecond pcrlod.4thlirst. period.. I
during the annual Bradford'.Middle' ethMirth' period.'Sapp .--'". ; : 1 0,: ri.Om Ir-'
School intramural cross'. country was followed bffecond place Efferdent. Limit 2 L M tM'+ 4y SV T
meet. Lisa Tlerny in 11:13 seconds in the ,
Gillenwaters had the fastest time of girls race. Christy Harrell was third _
the day, running the course in 10:38: In 11:29: minutes and Shaun Butle was lull POND'S
minutes. Sapp led the girls with a fourth in 12:21: minutes. SCOPE TOTE
time of 11:14: minutes. Team placing were as follows- MOUTHWASH '. CREAM & COCOA I FANTASTIX
Second place in the boys run was IstUhird) period, 2ndfourth period, 40-OZ, BUTTER BAGS _
David McKinney in 10:40 followed by 3rdfifth) period 4thfirst period, 'LOTION S RAYCLEANER ,01
'John Foster in 10:57: ,Randy Stabler in 5thsecond period, 6thsixth period. .E ?; 20% 32-OZ.
10:58: and Jody Brown in 11:02: Each team had ten runners and the % 2" :, L it ,
minutes. top seven counted as a score. Usually j29ILL 09
Team placing in the boys race was five of seven runners count. .OFF. I

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Fall ''Tennis Tourney Set.... ALKA-SELTZER AZIZA PRICES

Starke Recreation Department plans to hold Its 2nd Annual Fail Tennis PLUS COLOR EXPHISSIONS//// '-
.Tournament the weekend of November 18-20. COLD MEDICINE EYE MAKE-UP /'
doubles Included will' *be* the mens singles and doubles and women singles and 0 PACK Of 12.00 ruuE ?tti .MEN'S

i players There register.will also be a youth division in the tournament U enough younger FLANNEL

Schedules will be available on Monday,November 14. Entry fee will be$5 SHIRT
for singles and $10 for doubles. Limit tTUSSY MM.7.MI69
Players will provide their own balls.Trophies will be awarded to fret and .... no
second place in each division. ,
Games will be played at the Pratt* St. Center and the BHS tennis courts. DaPME '
The Anyone interested should sign up at the Old Armory before Nov. 18. DhODORANT'P' Nr .0 .
recreation department open from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1, -oi J
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._u :N 'w.TVachrr... learned a valuable lesson iu consumer
Mrs Janet Neighbors' second education. They, as paying
grade welcomes Mrs. Carol Gnann customers, should be treated fairly
from the University of Florida. Mrs. and they have the right to exercisi(the
'c' Gnann will be interning In their class demand for such treatment In this instance
until December. Amtrak has tried In rectify

When you're serious about 35mm ,"- AMMCASFAMay! DRUG STORE Mrs. Stroud's 5th'Grade... the(ho student customer's grievance demands and are provu important that

for good business relations,
.
Newel from Mrs. Brenda Stroud's
I fifth grade class is that the first six

weeks A-B honor student was Ashley A-B Honor Iloll...
Alddy Library Assistant was Rosa
Goins. Safety! Patrol members were The A-B Honor Roll students fur the
PHOTO
PROCESSING Ashley Alday, Keith Holloway, and first six weeks are:
tXClUIIVUVAttCKIRO Julie Thomas. All A's earned on spell- First grade: If :mar Wynn, :Mi-lisa
[.MLAKOER e SLEEVED< 'eOLOSSVKOOAK i ing test for the first six weeks are Beeman, Julie Loper, Monica
MINTS NEGATIVES, PAPER Shanda Barnes, Angela Carter and Nichols, Harry Hatcher, Daryn Gay,
e UttftALAfPROCCSSINa IS GREAT FOR NEW KODAK VR RLMI April OiCandlo. Math class won the Michael Thomas, Vinront ":nnis,
"Fewest Zeroes Treat" which was April Mosley, Wayne Crawford Erin
cupcakes. This class accumulated on- Rodgers, Caneil Spencer, Tanya
ly three zeroes for the entire six Anderson, Derrick Callan, Heather

.... If! .. . .. .. ., ... . weeks period. In Health, the Carter, Christy Crawford Christy
respiratory system Is the unit of Jones, Daniel Nitsch, and Jason

tiME 'M' NEY.iAt"cHRISTlVf; : ," K ul''SAV S :rd study. The class made Resusl-Annie Waters.
fg ) : : l .YOU ff for CPR studies, learned the body Second grade: Shelly Dampier,

.. ""I ,. P' systems and their functions in rela- Danny Frampton Ray Neesmith Joe
TAI, 15 tion to the respiratory system, by tak- Starling, Casey Trimble, Kelli West,
ing apart the model of a human torso April Johnson, Matt Waters Ethan
2FOOTSCOTCH and they have learned not to mistreat Fuquay, Billie Jo Mullis, Jonathan
their respiratory system ,by using Mallory, Wendy Rewis, Quincy
PINECHRISTMAS drugs or alcohol.In Graham Charity Jordan, Thomas
Science, they have experimentedwith Odom, Aarod Ward Sarlta Barnes,
volcanoes exploding, propertiesof Shantel Ritch Keith Santiya, and
matter, and explored mixtures and Heather Norton.
TREE compounds. Jennifer Kight won the Third grade: Athena Baker, Jen-
Safety poster contest with her draw- nlena Edwards, To&ha Byrd, Melanie
peg. ass Ing and slogan dealing with "Safety In L"nds,Charnelle McPherson Cynthia
BASF f Lightning and "Being Safe By Not Agin. Holly Hatcher Alicia Edwards,
Taking Dope." Thanks Mrs. Ritch Laura Forsyth Janna Thornton,
VIDEO TAPE GENERAL ELECTRIC MERRY MIDGET for being the judge of the posters. Heather Safer, Mae Lynn Vandiver,
HST-120 or BET L7SO Hag. 12.08 Mrs. Stroud's fifth graders from Rebecca Addison, Heather Lawson,
WITH SPECIAL REMTE-OFFER** 35-LIOHTSET last year should be very excited.They Patrick Jordan, Amie Griffis John
wrote a letter to Amtrak complainingabout Ripplinger. Vera Smith, Crystal Sut-
9.88 Sale Price With block stand. wiTH their field trip which was takenin ton and Erica\ Pfenniger.
SPECIAL BOAT OFFER'2.00 May. They were very dissatisfied Fourth grade: Richard Wolf, Steve
Mail-ln Rebate 299 with the service"rendered on their Bradley, Sophie Fanton, Kelly Ann
Sale Price trip.'The Amtrak Customer Relations Duncan, Janice Davie, Jenny
.88 a department sent them a letter and a Richardson Kelley Steward Andy
i1 Your Final Cost / -1..0 *Mail-In Rebate partial refund on their ticket fare. Mr. Huggins,Brooke Watson Patsy Cook,
McKinney has been asked to read the Jeremy Crawford, Donna Dunlap
ir UNMEAMUU TREE' 't 1.99 Your Final Cost letter to those students who are now Steve McElroy, Jennifer Keys, Tara
TOFMfl.t.40 .. 1.89 at Bradford Middle School. Dawson Matthew Eunice, Stephanie
/ f. Indoor/outdoor, The refund check was returned to Agin and Brian Cummings.
ASSORTED the Amtrak offices because of various Fifth grade: Pam Baucom Karen
WALL MIRRORS ,d'' 'ATL6I_/ circumstances that make it impossible Coleman, Kim CUmming, Scott Durban -
.
AYI'- to have everyone receive an appropriate Patrick Hurst, Mike Johnson,
R.g.ato.Rg PRO 1500-WATT itlmre. The l.hllt'.n have Mindy Gnann, and Ashley Alday.
FLOCKED or SOFT NEEDLE
WINDSONQ or CACHET
g \a\\\ SPRAY COLOGNE WREATH .HAIR.ATTACHMENTS DRYER '

YOU CHOICE Rag. 7.1N .....1 w .... 1....
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IM \\r 18.97 Jr: a .

IGLOO : -1.00 TiII ;n School NewsArtists

PLAYMATE kr; 11.97 1= _

COOLER 2 speeds & 4 heats. / / of the Week 2:X to $2.50. Included will be fiction
DELAGAR SWAN % and nonfiction books on a variety of
Mf.10.ftt .NOilElco IOCUPDMLABREW October 10 Artists of the Week were subjects.
_
COLOGNE H % Billy Murwin and Timothy McBride Proceeds from the book sale will be
o 2.02, 9-LIGHT CAMDOLIER COFFEEMAKERMM109 who did crayon etchings. used to purchase library books.
0 9 Nq" ; Rq.LN .... 24.. MI llkUDRAHAM October 17 Artists of the Week were This,is an excellent opportunity for
/ WITH SKCIA1 Mignon Carroll and Eddie Cadle who students to obtain inexpensive paper-
399 UlAn omr did pencil sketches from Egyptian back books for recreational reading.The .
21.99 studies. books have been selected as appropriate -
=
i4 Wbe: ... I .:.,.... for middle school students
; iI 2"I.y:, Book Fair Novy:1)f) mow; ;' > In reading level and.(ub ,ed matter. .
. 'N "I 't /'ThetiBradford Mtdd1&-School' Parents are invited to visit the Middle ,
Library will sponsor a Book Fair for School Library during the week of
Ne-0W 1. .1 Dual-heat control.. all students from Monday Nov. 7 Nov. 7-11 to participate with the
Rag,, sp. '. 3 through Friday Nov. 11. students in the Book Fair and en-
/ DELAGAR ANIMAL TINSEL 'SUNBEAM i Prices of the books; will range from joyable and educational reading.
Z
/ CANDLES GARLAND 3-SPCEO
% Mgr.a.79 *- 111' HAND MIXER 'wrs

snooze Lighted dial bar. 2" .,LOO 1s.... 11.M I Land Owners. Asked to Help Foresters .

1299 Florida landowners are being urged Florida Department of Agriculture
Scented frog, by professional foresters to give and Consumer Services (FDACS)
WILSON turtle or, rabbit: 'Beaterej:; ctor, I"ADVANTAGE" I Mother Nature a hand in the woods by foresters initiated a series of
carrying out prescribed burns, which meetings with landowners which are
by definition are friendly flames. aimed at touching all parts of the
GOLF -- --. r I NORELCO ELECTRIC CURL FRIEND" Prescribed fires are kept small, state. They are intended to carry the
{ 8-SHEET FLAT-PACK HAIRSETTER % cool and under control, and are car message about prescribed burns to
BALLS y GIFT M1-18M .... is.n o ried out by trained persons at times to landowners who have been oversoldfor
3 MATTEL wml aFECtAIRERATR \ / cause a minimum of public inconve- many years that all fire in the
Blot. ANGEL} FACE ;r WRAP eRER" nience. from the resulting smoke.THEHARTFOMO .. forests is bad.
239 j BARBIE 18.97 : In the first landowner meetings,
77 leld Oct. 28 In Tallahassee private
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? T ._. brester John Clark of Quincy said:
"-SQ. '13.97.:: ."Wood fires are normal nature,
4? and the absence of fire can cause a
WIMttSTOM/ s.., 7.89 Includes 14 curlers. o .
FLU TROLL RM. R ness. Worthless vegetation will com-1
: '.' TEXAS INSTRUMENTS n ete with valuable pines,,and build up
BAIT \:. Y/ F STUDENT SCIENTIFIC he litter to feed. \wildlife that
BUCKET ':4 / CALCULATOR lestroys the trees.
> "Mother Nature can't do her
I thing
,30-1,* MM
IX oday because she doesn't have a
448 ASSORTED '24%., : Him permit" he said referring to
j ; ASSORTED 1-188 he many years of'no fires' advice to

v"SHOWCASE" GIFT TINS .. .: orest owners. "But you can give her
"y LEAD CRYSTAL au. Performs a wide i hand by doing controlled burning
.. 10.19 rang of helpfulcalculations. hat will the wildlife
TqIR CllDlCIII ".i" remove poten-
.' .0< Jal, make it easier and more pro-
KEYSTONE' 899 119 -- liable to harvest the pines, control
EVEflf LASH GRAM PRIX AM/FM/TV/WEATHER Mr..ft Mrs. David Hor1III -"- tome diseases of small pines and

DISC CAMERA Candle holderS,. PORTABLE AC/DC emove the" litter prior to reforesting

IBM ....2"", ash trays & morel RADIO( Jie Fire land.control experts with the

C p20Reg MM. you're a Florida driver age FDACS Division of Forestry, headed

1,91,. I I SO or'older, The Hartford can ly bureau chief Mike Long, agreed
:, POLLENEX WALL MOUNT s0 I guarantee that 'your auto 'lnI > hat prescribed burning Is one of the
FISHER-PRICE noot effective tools in prevention of
Built-in electronic. CASH REGISTER.SHIER MASSA8EfOMIOM 24-Hour Weather. a+ I suronce won't be canceled lust larmful wildfires.The .
Rash. Keystone t-Vear .*> 10.00WITMSKCUl I because you have an Occident.I : "friendly flame" of a prescribed -
Warranty tof.0.00 ,1 'a.,., ; burn can be started at the time
g, lOAn orrar I What's more, your Insurance when wind would blow the smoke

12.818.E SANYO I won't canceled, because: oi | way from population centers, whiles
a wildfire might not them the
.-2.00 Mb;: q AM/PM I your 'age or any claims' you j :langer and bother of spare heavy smoke.

PORTABLE I ., Plus we offer generous In addition, forestry experts say, a
10.88 == '
IMA STEfKO-CASSETTE I discounts for mature drivers j controlled burn will cause only a fraction -
4 showerhead of the air pollution that occurs'
| with good driving records.
I84 fires a wildfire, because the small
not inject the soot and smoke
If you're a mature driver and
One touch recording a/stem. particles nearly as vigorously into the
want .quality protection
atmosphere as does a raging blaze
[ special rate*' and lifetime that Is out of control.

renewable auto Insurance .,The battery of speakers urged lan-

.OPEN DAILY'9'.. I. SuNUAY''8 to 8, :Sale Prkies. good ttiru Sat Nov., .12th.IOOAK' coverage from ask' The'for Hartford.auto Insurance carry downers out to a prescribed get competent bunt, and help em-to

; :WE THE RI@HT TBLNWf QttMmT *. phasized that authorization must be
RESERvE MiiIiiiiIi) Call our agency !today.. secured In advance from the local

\1" : Don't make a decision 'on FDACS Division of Forestry office,

.'''' \- ,, automobile Insurance withouta which regulates all outside burning.
.. h ,i' ; ", < ,, In addition, a person setting a fire U
; ..'.,. quote front us. responsible for the damage It causesif
L 'I JCe'_ $ It
If.1df8i1I" : "". .. Z escapes.with
,
"'e" the Division of
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.Forestry also authorized
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assistance with prescribed
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are
1i numerous
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C'x, Charge. .. ," .".. \.).\_' f.", private foresters also equipped, to
I .,'.. '', '1\. ; I HO &IS keep the fires under control.
f' ',. : : 1 .' : ,;" Landowners who want more Infer+
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'" "" I'' ','\jo I'\.I,\ I., I A'' r. N >t ;/1 111" :' Insuranct Agency leaden about the use of controlled
... .r .1 : .
'" \ P'.. 11,11, .,." :_ 1, fires to improve their forestry
"' '.VI'" ", II "'! td.tLt 'T. '<11' 964-4571 benefits were invited to contact any

p local FDACS Division of Forestry of
161* IshMKis.. Road fice. '

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Page IZiTELEGRAPII November lo. |!W.1 '. , Win<'lhe top prlte. < *"# ;1'.i' C1 r'r c,"''CLS/ "i; 1 x1rXAJInA w w '1SNLVli.j.t ;, *le' < '
RULES OF THE GAME 3)) In co e of list we will uss the jg'f lotofri'ic9; ; d In U-' ,- -.-.-, .. Office Shop
1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employe and their Immediate famlll,'ar.,', s game each week (except the Tornoooi,'open week)M a Mebrbli.rflJ. I I....e n 1
,. In the point.* think wilt be .' .... *their- _
welcom. to enter' but Ih. li a limit of one entry per penon each Week, you comd by th Tamad. ppM q
bin..! In the tiebreaker" blank. For .Tornado W. Call StreWStarke '
Jn th oam
InWonce If the *
2)) The entry mUll bo on on official blank from ,the TELEGRAPH and must be drop- TornodoM 19, sepre" ."""'""'ra'1
was Opponent 7.'thi"1arr.ct6r.!' was 26 poiXtae
ped offal the TELEGRAPH off In before 4 p.m..ach Friday afternoon. filii In till
the blank with either the.name of the team you think will win or "tic" If you )All decltlon of the )judge are flnat. X tecond! tiebreaker will b*wed If + B.ltfiw57 4
think 'the go!". will end In a tie. Th. perion who picks the most game right will neceuory. r I> Pflt bwAg s'i t


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Best Prices in Bradford County CLARK'S HALLMARK., SHOP Neighborhood' '. Properties, Inc. REALTOR '

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TIRES & SERVICE Hwy 301 South Sfarke

402 N. Temple Starke ...' Lake Butler ,Sfarko Keystone Hgts.
964-6436 964-697.. .. S.W. 6th Ave., 'US 301, South ,Jet SR 21 '& lao ;;.--
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The Meat Store .Steve Norman's. Farm .Produce,
Hayes .Construction Co.. : '
Building Contractor A Complete Building ServICe & Seaf&od. I Market"
105 Edwards Road
REMODELING RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAl 617 N Temple Starke
Starke FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL FINANCING

OPEN 1:30-7 Mon.-ist.' 964-8290 Licensed & Insured' .964J6211 Steve Hayes Owner ..... .
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4Starks 353 N. Temple Starke
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.JonesConyales'centServices 24 Hour. Wrecker. Service
206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke, Florida 473-3176 Keystone Hgts. | 964-6200-Starke .II' ; "

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Clyde Byron Worney Tom Bill. Philadelphia,. at '

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Florida Bank at Starke 301'S.-: 620 S.Walnut I

Gas Oil FoodCigarettes ;BeerVideo Games. -OLD.S!
105 W Jefferson St. Starke,
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Detroit at Houston r' L7 $ i- I

964-7050 _. US 101 Mr!*.Stx**.Mutt* I I ]
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.Jackson Budding Supply .Stew. Hayes Constructtoa' "
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(Tie Breaker) TcnwiDegar Motors ,, iSttrke Motor.Parts ..r,
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Custom Uniforms e Wider Selection .'' t',;$I r.mt! :." "IT Service '. t ..' !:.i. DENMAUK, FURNITUREOF
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STARKE, FL 964-7434 '-'vet'nMir" "'" a.. ".\ f', >iI"'r,? ,, ; : \&s .. "' w. .
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Atkinson's Home Health Cant
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