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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04340
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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tor Firsttreezf the thg temlatures. cif the tail season were !redid yesterday c, '-\o..<...y.w a i iBCTION { ........ 1'\01\ 01I\ MI' I

dose A tG It17orecallt by the state cooay Division(Thursday of Forestry NOVJ ITi;';;,with. ,:n::}taw'' 4113 l1'! C7C' ....... ..AI.. .... ... ..,,":,i '....:tot t 51JNG' \ ..,R !\OF. Fi.o inn t.ii/11:1.
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chance or cool Is the l recast: for Friday wi a warming .od ...".. " .......1.9.11 .1: '_
' 70O showers s.t1uday and Sunday, and weekend. highs m the kwa.' ..... .. .::: . .. .. lN Et'J I U
landIGWllntbemicHOltol low-fors. I ,' .. ;' ?., ,r':< .t..iii i G tk .
\ ,, i .November rain continued leas than portnal.with A light taU oIl leas tlian'r hh., ; ,

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November inches of rain were recorded Nov 4-7. 5O-year'average fort 'N.we .$..... .. ..tMps t/ et rr Ilcv 3 r .
1 I ralntall is 3.4 Inches CI..If...... . . ..J... .......aN 105th YearSTARKB.FLORIDA". C'en .Copy'
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A 37-year-old Starke man has been Buckhalter is also charged with offering -
arrested and charged with murder to burn Stroll's vehicle for the-
J resulting from the fire In which a man sum of$200 several weeks prior to tb
: 'T: 'Ji awRJ waa found dead last Friday In the house fire. The agreement/ was not
ashes of a 100-year-old home on North carried through. Buckhalter is
Cherry St. in Starke. presently being held.without bond Ira:
Leon Charles Buckhalter of Wilson the Bradford County Jail _
i t. irA'Grisly Road In Starke has been charged with Sheriff Reddish said that,
y .' J, r solicitation to commit arson and first Buckhalter's arrest was the result of
'- f degree murder by the Bradford County 'an Intensive investigation by several
; aearcntsoe:; pn... Sheriffs pepartment. law enforcement agencies which Include

.4 'Lawmen. .refteoioptl .... Hsne Ub employees search'through the Buckhalter'is ,on probation from : the Sheriffs Office. Starke
i"r.iI.f the burned Tna>y-N! ft Taylor County according to his local
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Slroh. found a s wag murdered. .
7 1 .,...e ; supervisor Bill Hicks. He was placedon County 'State Attorneys .Offices,,
Before the rains had at left. firemen and policemen begin their' probation in May of 1963 for a of Criminal Law
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search for Stroh's bade which. was,!.oelld.t mld-moralng./ that was
charge! of of a Enforcement FOLK),, State Fire
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Above. UF archeatogbts who know how to dig carefully, look for cluedIs store.Buckhalter. and further assistance from an
a suspected mnrdctv The'a Maples the was charged: with arson ,anthropologist and archeologists,
Florida State Muserau. t .in Taylor County but was found not from the University of Florida- ,
Below;employees of,the trim* lab of the Florida Department of Law guilty on all counts: in I960. The investigation is continuing Into
Enforcement sift thiwagh the dtMlt. of the ?
areheologleal group. Any Both Buckhalter and Stroh were attending -, 'the. murder and arson.Six.persona
suspected fuuUng.hriaw Drs 1 Map** to determine If it !Is bone or charred .
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I. Vo-Tech where they were taking from the FDLE Crime Lab were sifting
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9 9r '1j!", ... ")f1.A."' the'heavy .equipment operators' through particles from the fire on.
j. :" 1" course. Wednesday. A group of archeologists
r .:;. ." An investigation centering around' from the .Florida Slater' Museum,
two early morning fires in Starke on under' the direction of-Dr. William
_........ November 11 led to the arrest, says Maples was digging out the burned
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-' Sheriff Dolph Reddish. debris. Dr. Maples is an expert who -
One fire was at the rear of the Bradford can determine if a blackened particleis 1
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r,J'. ',the former Truby or Nollman house at and what part of the bodythe 'bone
524 N. Cherry St. particle: comes from
Buckhalter was. developed as a "The'' search has been\ very.t sue
I .suspect: whea;.. relationship was, cessfid. Several items of evidence,
.d, '97" tt established between he and the victim have been recovered from the (rime
V Vi Shane Stroh, 37, whose body was scene: that we 'feel would! : b* ..'.y'
found in the ashes of the fire. Cherry beneficial (to the case)," Sheriff Reddish .
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t? ,Avenue House Goes' Up in Flames..i ,

iThe century-old: house that was built in the 1800' by :J.M. Truby on what
was then called Pennsylvania Avenue In Starke burned to she ground on Friday
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It's history and origin is detailed In the editorial on page'4A. :,'? .-
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was found dead In the blackened: ruins about 1:45 a.m. All they could the man must be in the ruins of the f.\1' tie back1 of the Bradford County of the wood structure was engulfed In were several volunteers assisting I
>of a 100-year-old wood frame 2-story do was keep the flames from adjoining house, and -a search. They : Telegraph' around 1:15: a.m. and upon flames. Within 30 minutes flames Chief' Bobby Lewis ,Firemen IJe;
bowie at Adkins and Cherry Streets lIJ homes. High winds blowing found what weft of SU ch's body at <' further Investigation saw flames were coming from under the house wayne IJardee, CUI1Is,Crawford and
which ,was completely destroyed by eastward set moss afire in the tops of mid-morning Friday.An through the opening for an exhaust which was built up off the ground. Tom Rowe: (
J fire h rTe early morning hours .last oak trees on Church Street to the east. alert city: policeman may have fan in the wall of the ink room. The Two city.flre trucks were used to bring Sometime later that ,morning
Friday, Nov. n.' saved the newspaper building from i Starke Fire Department responded to the fire under control and, more charred remains 01. man were theund I
Firemen left a fire at the Telegraph Firemen Wondered from the fln fit. total destruction early Friday mIng -r the call but left the small fire In the importantly to cool the surroundingarea .in the debris. As of late Wednesday
,office rush to the former Truby and Stroh was in the burning home.Early- when he potted what appeared to W hands of the owners to go to the fire at of homes, buildings and trees. authorities were still sifting through
II ,i Nollman home now owned by Curtis Friday morning,after being unable to "' i, N. Cherry St. at 1:45: a.m. In less than two hours the fire was the ashes for further evidence 01 arson -
:(. Sanders.. They found the fire red hot locate Stroh;firemen and sheriff's In-. ''Patrounan Wayne Wilkinson Mid I' '!''+d r+.s.,.When.the department arrived( at 524 under control with the department us and proof.of the murder. j!

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< !'A small problem,"said Jim Bauer through because'' a"new federal..-' .'.SUll, Bauer1 said,, FMPA hopes to ,:.,,council: have a Starke official pre down tor maintenance or breakdown.The ed its date to seii UM coal-tired
'of the Florida Municipal Power Agency .quirement caused Seminole to accelerate work out a deal for the cities to pur-,; "sent. city,in turn Is looking for access: : generating plant and lease it back
FMPA). the City of Starke won't its start-up date, and the chaste power from the Orlando Stanton ?,, .FMPA was planning a half and half to a dependable power source: when it from October 1964 to December 1983.1, !<
._ be able to buy electricity: from the FMPA cities-, and .Seminole were plant which is going to be balIU Seminole EI Cooperative based unable to agree on'the amount of The FMPA board of directors was to ';",Staunton. The plan was to provide the 1965. drawn up this month for the cities to "j.
'.' InPalatka. 'power the cities would agree to.
-I As. Bauer'explained. 1. deal. fell, on a long range basis./:"' ".!>> ('. a deal- and Bauer urged: the city: ,( prevent' total loss when a' plant Is called: the Pickle Bill Seminole mov Seminole purchase was dropped;

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'I An' offer( by: 'developer Ronnie US-301 north of Starker u'ChairnoanRodney before the program would be per\ acre for the property. Supt. Casey Sport el.Quells... 'tA': '. i'lti- .\ ,I In. "'f
.,'Newman to sell the school: board land Hall had asked: In hill effort to disrupted by,the driving range. < has not yet discussed publicly: with A Keytone*. f tf.lghts: i greyhound farm raises'champions" born
across .the street from the Vo-Tech research all aspects of the school program the board how to pay for the property. "" \ .. ,,-,', ",
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{Center has given FFA. farm I area: in finding ,a 'location far the A Good Presentation... r The $230,000 grant from the state is to roc .,' ,., .. ....... ,.
residents hope, that the noisy semi truck, ,driving practice ..range).,*HuKrchins enough to build the driving range, but I.;"' ,' ; ; :\ ''\. ',<< .' J. '''' -
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won't be located said it was basically tile Mme they mads good presentation. for 1\ :"
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suck driving range) .said indicating !hethinks enough a large. property purchase.
them. report presented several years'ago, Supt. Casey *" '
near V
I the ac farm has potential for' Florida Trails:.. ;; ..t :j. > ,, .
v ., AcommltteeofSupr.TomOlaeyor :but which has been stymied by lack of Newman Indicated,however,a willingness -
)i his designee, attorney Terry Brown .,operating funds! ''" ,' ,'- development,;*, I' to work out terms with theschool Visit the Florida Troll system os a group of hiking enthusiasts ,
t 'and school board member J.R (Jim) Plans for the FFA firm and the Casey",then suggested the schoolboard board. : dear the,way, ,for others to. follow Jj ?.') ', 'SS": \'
I Lawson has been appointed by Chairman -. possible purchase ,of' new,i property should puSK other situations '! M''r;<\./ .-.r'.1 t .,If'! ."J :'r
f'v ( Rodney Hall to discuss the pure !i seemed to relieve the of assure on the, and,cost factors In finding a place torf ; :FFA Can Earn It's Way... '1. 1:1. '
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,chas with Newman and look Into the; :rcsMonts surrounding the FFA. farm,. the 'sena-truck driving' range a*,. :If the forestry plan for the 80 acres) ;;p... 'I"r't, .... ,.. ",'.,'1., :"'I<""t" } !" ''t'I ,.;.'.,(,: _.,.
purchase of two additional parcels., "who argued against me noise. 7 avenue which apparently opened upto ,:of timber the north side of the FFA New 1rI...... s ,.' '';' \ .... : '"'
i which school: board member .Judy, f, the past w.s5wth when t1Newnan e Newman. farm the Ideal site for the driving] Th. fatesf pews ,
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,Becker: said are available. "The 3rd Workshop... fIt b.ethsae' available. Calef." rang"; but. which surrounding Bradford "'"' Unlon..C1or'. .
t SupU,Casey'.said after ,Monday .was the third workshop on the ar earlier(ndresg "' MsMents; claim will be too noisy; can j and counties./ .. J ,1 m''''. ., I It
the committee might tIMi' .,'.' -be. followed the funds,needed for af $ I't4 \ -. ., \' ''' '\'
night's meeting driving raD8f1.Tbe first was on the, ; iAa lr'-'. t. "
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,'I be able to meet with' Newman this.Friday high and dry W-acrea on the north stm good start on the land use plan ; Un 111I'I/ a
i; But said he' tIoaid tbe whlcbttbonIIN. : 'farm be possible "...ifthe ,. I H' '' I \ \
r Nov. 18. Casey side of etb Street. Nearby residents can '
': definite can be work-' 'objected because of the poHutfeB, but .. I' (CIi..229)* 'money from timber harvested Is put) A, national wildlife cons.rvottongroup" ; sold., andtYonqubk'd< J \ ;
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t, \douiJAAfthllItI r.aulgsr- scbool board mostly .because of the nwse the dioej The be _tell In paR back In the ag program' say Ad-f( mooting In Keystone* Heights. t '" 'I,. ,:' \.r'h ,, j jIii.a
Monday, Novt. 2t. ", trucks would quiet area 01 ,1 's f, ,tract! visor Greg Alvarez. >
Ag Instructors Paul Hutchlas and, as they""ed=gan. Area wbIIrIIW innstp.y ._ it 5L16, which' When Umber was cut there the lasttime } .: !frr. ',. ., t ,'
r Greg Alvarez said the FFA program' ,:residents say the ouiet, 'bordm CJWao., ..*. *, ... ,Mid' the the $11,000 never came back to, : l '
:bas been ''ignored" and that Their! school trim site to. got sway from Isnilis for.... .the ag program.",Thus,. the forestry News deeded Early for Thanksgiving Edition...

I 'plans for the FFA farm "end up in a' \poilyU :: .., : ': Ne"otialioa" will osftar around the plan was shelved because the money Due to the Thanksgiving holiday falling on"Thursday, Nov :34, The
',]jlrinclpa)'. filing cabimtt", and that The) secorA workshop .wee'oisa'% pries: for the land. Chairman Hall sonnel didn't want to lose the This,roph will publish day.early next weep' ,
.' tree harvesting on.th. !Iterate plan for the south side of theFFA [named only one hoard member then .from any more trees,Alvarez rs. All display and claulfledadvertiliJ\C,correspondence,and news Is need-
;FfA farm over the past 1J'OI' farm fronting on Morgan Road', *."ttatlolla' 'can .b* conducted putty, \\i ed In The T. ., aph> office as early Monday and Tuesday as possible.
," found Us'waybuck to the creek that that od. and It privately,,,oat of the pursue of the
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'1 has not But l a runs Newman Tract... | f : .Deadline for is 5 p.m. Tuesday. News and advertising turned la early will
'i 1''Agriculture Department : was deemed 100 DeDIIi"wrtbbHiag, stato'sgunshuM: evy.Piee "; r assist Th.. .raph staff iD'.IItUU the paper out a .y ev-lr', '
;' ,: )'I'be.. Instructors nreoentM( their haulfOl. 'Advisor Alvarez was the first, to1) \ riIIII riI"peMeed """aDd"""' ''
i l< ':putts for dgweepfWnt) < of 1M 1TZ.acre: ,S'; hsday'a '" ps; Itmp.it* ......: Driving t.\inuri} mOrnirII. ",": as."" .... .. : .. t.' 'lip"'
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et Heilborn Springs Volunteer Fire \ HSVFD P.O. Box 342; Starke. Or.
Department is sponsoring a 'Tot they can be picked up at the home ofi
Finder' finder' program which includes ., i Harvey M arthy's house, next to
( ,IND, : all of Bradford County. :f McCarthy's Garage at the,intersec-: r

The program Involves putting, Ion of SR-16 and CR nil\

: flourescent stickers on windows "'We ar sponsoring this to help save
and inside bedroom doors off'!f kid's lives?' commented McCarthy.
houses where children are probably "If it just saves. ,one's life it I II worth
sleeping or ,present. That would'.,. it"
0O enable fire departments or other
rescue type operations can find the
4yV location of' children during an McCarthy said that over one third
emergency situation. : of casualties by fire last year were
eQ children and that a high percentage of
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HSVFD purchased the sticker pro-'''* "When children are seperated from 1 I
gram In hopes that it might aid in saying the rest of the family,the bedroom is '
some childs life. The program la the only security; they know."
also valid for the ederly, handicapped ',
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Stems.Chairman. '. "I Aim of the project Is to put two :
j, stickers per child on the window facing :
the nearest road and one on the ', ,_____
of the HSVFD Terry McCarthy J"
bedroom door facing the nearest hall M
said that all volunteer fire;4! or entrance to room. This allows the
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departments all police and sheriff* If L ;
children to be located In the case that
,and; the Starke Fire Depart-in! '
agencies
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ment have been notified of the pro4> tion. Child Saving Project.
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gram. '., )., Hellbent Spring. Volunteer Fire'Department Chairman Terry McCarthy:
15,j i .. .. 1'1 ." demonstrates how to apply a 'Tot Finder' flicker ow' to the windows or
'. To have stickers mailed send a self-f,'. The stickers are orange flourescent: children.The program, Is setup to help save children's lives In fires or" other. .

adreised stamped envelope I,. OJ..iIf6Ih\,t..,with silver lettering.,'.' emergencies.. .' '
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Learn How to Make Pine Cone,Turkeys... r

Mrs.Joy Norman will demonstrate the art of making pine cone turkeysfor
Thanksgiving next at 10 a.m. Wednesday ''Nov. 23 at the Bradford
County Library,on the corner of Jefferson and Walnut Streets In Starke. U 'f! ,
Craft supplies will be furnished free of charge to all attending the pro-. 'Baldwin 1
gram. fin .Original. Classic By L

Library Has'7-Volume History S.Georgia... 41i,,I'll.v VST SMW ttwn brm '!.

The library has acquired Folks Huxford's monumental seven volume ..,
Pioneers of Wlregraa Georgia according to Librarian Arnold Weeks: "'
Bettor than brassHEADBOARDS
This collection: Includes biographical sketches of early settlers of in the .7" : .
counties of Irwin, Appllng Wayne, Camden and Glynn. Many Bradford '"
County families can trace their ancestors. back to this part of Georgia, .
Weeks points out., .
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The library has received 100 new books during November."We ,;"' .'
have nearly everything listed on the bestseller register.If you'are .1\( ,
tired of reading the same old material drop by and see us at the library," ... ", ,
Weeks invites local readers. /'. rBaldwln's\ "better than
l b ,;i : ,.. I,": brass".headboards can
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i" ", ,bedroom Into{ an. exciting'
Local Dentist Invited to Lecture... '.
1 expression of your own good ,
Dr. William Marches, local dentist,has been Invited by the University '.,E = '' taste. Luxuriously styled,. It
of Florida College of Dentistry to present a graduate seminar entitled e .. needs'
never and
I polishing ,
"Therapeutic: Agents In the Dental Practice."
The lecture will be given Nov 20 to a 8J'OUP.of /' [\ Is forever free from
ticipating In the Department of Continuing Education's Comprehensive. tarnishing or pitting.

Dentistry. Marchese Program.Dr. who. practices In Starke with' Dr.J.E.Denmark,was approached r'' I, SAVE UP TOY

*both des dstry about alfd'p4atrmslaY'72t conducting the' course rvr-t because twmHBBt of_his ui dual tnngr background DrrwswTchMe In ; .' -, --"'1\ ......;. r.w,...... ..,. ...... n' "Aeglr(1RI.nJl';
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Soup/Chill Luncheon
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; ee allowed to serve: Mayor on unleaded
1 1'j gasoline. Thomas Transportation drainage easement to
asked If the ouncTl could
'already had the diesel bid but
won the
make
way for a planned addition to
"' Cr as the building code adjustment gasoline bld81'OlIt: !Register' Oil,of the hospital. '
f Brown said it Is not a good Starke. M
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and might be
questionable in
) -Instructed ;
,I utilities director Mar
Reappolntcd Mrs. Jean'';Chitty to rill Dees and attorney Brown to determine
third
ordinance an alternative her bond trustee
postApproved ,
\ code: who pay for going under SR-1
adjustment board
to put fat water mains to the new
set
code -
enforcement
up a
request by Bradford
Southern Villas
: with power to enforce all Hospital; Inc. administrator apartments on SR-16.
Rip
and zoning codes The coun O'Steen to .relocate Mayor Crosby Instructed the pair to
: a Dent of see what the city's responsibility la.
act as the code enforcement'
said the attorney.
Crosby pointed out that'the I
; ; code issue is not really new.
has wrestled for years
: lack of methods to control
of unsafe buildings.

Nov. 15 action, the council: jEu1iij

a $45,555, bid from f& Q !
of Bellview for the construc-
McCullom Street and cleaning, c
ditch In the 83-84 HUD project
out now. FAG was the
as before. A mistake in JUST FOR WOMEN
; ,, F 4 G Builders bid of$33,835 ,
; ,; the company ask to be releas-
I that bid, and the city council
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alternate to pave Me-
was not accepted on recom

10 Earn'Stralght-A's:at Brooker, *; of engineer Jim Lucas.

Tea N 145 students at Brooker Elementary '1 the following commit
first dz::-weeks,. and are (l-ri, First row- Billy 'nts by new Mayor\ Jim '
coed ro*.Megan Pillow Rebecca Welch;Amy : '

I .rlo.1Me! {!*.** H !,lP' 8tepbaale, mils loner Vernon"' Sllcqx:
: Committee HUD Project. .
Charles Schaefer:: ;k-
: Committee Fire Committee. )
Bobby Biggs: Zoning
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Driving Range Committee, appoint HELEN OURUVIBOWK DIANA NVAOExerciser i
to North Central Florida "A View From Cosmo" '/

reveal:'the offer made by developer for plots of j I Planning Committee. DAYTIME is cable television exclusively for womea,

he Ronnie and Newman.Newman Alvarez served together pointed out as familiar pasture,,,. told by engineer Lucas'that From raising children to controlling budgets, from t,

FFA officers.: grasses / ) is sewer plant Improvement recipes to exercise to Interviews you won't see "
Alvarez pointed outs the Newman ly. substantially complete else It's .
schedule. anywhere fast-paced entertainment,' "
tract>ould be an ideal site for the A mixed 064.4642's '
truck driving range since It is adjacent Hutchins f Information, and fua .
to the vo-tech center. Such things\ planned.A ? TerwUlegar Motors the
as fuel could be stored the ing I the bid on three new
at vo-tech > : 1
; for a total Hearaf/ABC ; 'I' :
center;,v- mixture of l Ford bid$ zls[ na' & : r': '

DlrectorAgreeJ., .. In this part \ ?!' : of Gainesville bid, drawn bid $32,031.87. The .-.:. .' '. ..'
VorTech The ; up hastily Experience : : '
area : :
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Director David ''Smith' to city hall on time, read .j )''' ''
agreed that the Newman tract Is an' ponds; one 5 3 vehicles.'.' The council in- I.
,Ideal site, smaller to see if TerwUlegar meant f
Smith sort of A garden ;Jt
vays he feels the goat cars! found out they did
In finding a location for the driving east. The end third of the bid. ---=-- --- CHANNEL 17 -1:00;: p.m. ,
range since that job fell to him as vo-
tech director, But before that Smith Maxwell la gasoline and'diesel.'to:
was -a BUS vo-ag instructor for six complishing( Oil Co.of Starke. tho low bid-, 964-6308 ,
yean and has a fondness. the pro said Hu : bid .873 per gal. 'on
gram. 1;, .I : on leaded Banoline: and .B 9
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'"program..,>a.>ieO'< .avallabJo:J l
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b wNpF a 'YMIopenllltllot:: : wbcrar"i,, ''
County, during the '
eight weeks of their training.I.I. lease' '
The program brings Into Bradford'County manage for: '
'.almost' ,$100,000annually,, : NOTICE
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Smith says. a ,I
Truck driving training is also one of' where there '

,, the most successful vo-tech' pro-Its Hutchins trees down; I > ; )' The City of'Starke,, Florida is considering! applying to

graduates inding employment ,Uon system, ,

,area.A well the Florida Department. of Community Affairs for ,a

TTiieFFA: plan'_ water Small Cities, Community Development') '' .Block" Grant of i

Plane for 1 seven different areas of The I l
the ,;J72-acre school farm were for which up to: '650,000. These funds mustjbe. 'used.for.f brie of
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presented by advisors Hutchins and envisioned"' :: .
Alvarez.. primary / ; the following 'J,! : ; ; ; : "
/ifife--:
\' bees to be purposes: .,111 -.! \ / \ : f. ';
-Tjsere'ia the main&.acre entrance' limited : ; y
area where cars and trucks park and ,.wildlife ; 1 1, 1 \ to benefit low and moderate Income: 'persons' ;- :
which contains the present barns and nature trail. "
greenhouse' In '''which 60 students The rI ,:, '
or ,
wort, 'about a ( j ,\/ ,

Thee livestock >production 'Is acres In'' 1980 : 2. to aid:; ,jn the prevention or elimilJqti,9ri.gf'Ium;
30-acres and 58 students work there.'' We're "

80 The',,foot future' livestock program barn calls with for'a 10 100 foot'by' ,trying'"We to want do :. orbjight; or ; l i.:"' ,, ,

eaves:: a I half-ton .pickup truck. 'a tried '
to do other
I ; 3. to meet community development needs
,livestock trailer and a seed drill for J I
''the, pasture.* '
Badly needed Is a' facility for in- O having particular urgency because 'existing' conditions .II i

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booing : a serious and immediate threat the
and swine shows. The area needs to 7 < pose to
be fenced and a portable. cattle shutr .. ; i
health or elfafe''of the where other
is,needed ; ?: : ; community ,,.

.>A 12-acre block'on 49th Avenue FM.: ; financial resources, are not available to meet'such
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'east of tho barns is set aside !
present
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*$olv> ecrs',':Ic 1d'peri --;' ; .' \ ; I of "Community: Affairs must certify and tt the', 0,5;; ,,i i

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.House, : \ .Pagan's' : Lalidir"tapWetl' '? Department ',of ,Housing, and Urban Development' ''

S1' By Mark'FYledlia' ," '',clay'Dirt" ,:Sand:and, J ,;h,} must concur that such conditions'exist., ,
'M:: ;BCTSUHWrH rAn ,Bulldozing oJ '
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Saturday open.at house the will'Volunteers1 of ,_ ,Back-Hoe,,Work ,.:'' 'Ii"' .,;". The actlvitieslor, : which'' se funds .may: be used: are'
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Starke.
America headquarters : ,
.everyone;.Parents In of the girls community in the born Is teedsmhaue J.:. \\ : "]KeystoneHeighls'Flalda'f Road:Grsder'Work'' : I ', in, 'the :areas :of :housing, public' facilities, and
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1 d at the first, ',' i" ,; $ :
which will begillatl:30.m. : IH: ; : ','; .'\ .. ,''0''', i .economic: developmentMorespecificdetails:: : : regarding ,-, ,,:
and will last until 4:30 p.m. .. p 'it2iwM41S. .. : -2014 '
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.. Pierce from' Bradford ; activities and:
George : .eligible ; program requirements,
American Legion Poet M,will present' !

frag a new which flag: for has the flown home over an the American Florida! ,,,, /0. Can.. ,:L the:rating, 'system will; provided] at:a: public ,hedrr.: I,

Slate;,Boy Capitol Scouts 1 building and Explorer In TaUahassw Post.. .' ;t ping( which Will be held at the City Hall, 209 'North I ,
'wiUal*> be.on hand to receive their.recharUring Problem?
for 1983-84. I' 1 St' Npvember28( W83 ai7QQ. :
jtTh!: '"End Time singers if : ;' l.n'7, : ; Thompson ), p.rni: ,

Jacksonville afaut,wiU at appear*based$$ p.m.1with performance religious? a preeea-v'singing J\' ', My fIII.i" ....; ....... ','l &; '\;Thepurpase: ;'of'thls' hearing will, be pbtqincitizen::! ;i '
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Another landmark went the way'of many. two miles north of Temple's MLII'on the. used I later by Quigley Davis Lumber Oas
earlier homes of Starke when a century.old ,
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railroad, between Starke and wtey. a warehouse.
structure built by J.M. in the Temple's Mill a large lumber and"'wmW.
1800s then call Mr. Truby was generous and publl
on What was Pennsylvania ,
Avenue burned to the ground In a. located operation about owned by Simon J. farmer's spirited and did many things for the earl
where the Starke
,fire of inciadiary origin that threatened Market standsj development of Starke. According to th
other homes In the neighborhood, due to a now history of the First Presbyterian Churcl
I brisk wind In the early morning hours of The young orange tree were beginning he and his wife together with Mr.and Mn
Ii Friday: ;NoW!: u. to bear well and there were hopes that the, George C. Livingston{ and Mrs. Angelln
i The tire railroad would build a spur track to handle Welter, a relative of the Truby, donate
of undetermined origin ended the cars to be loaded with crates of property In 1836 for the original
the
i Y' home useful life of another of three stately oranges. But the Big Freeze of the winter First Presbyterian Church on it.teCherr.
built by well-to-do Pennsylvania of,18M-S brought dl aster to the orange in St. Mr Truby served as superintendent a
families on what Is now North Cherry St., dustry in this area freezing citrus trees to. the Sunday School for over 40 years ring
but which once bore the name of Penn-i+ the ground. Additional freezes in the 1890 lug the old copper church bell for service
sylvania Avenue. Only one of the three convinced investors that this area wall not every Sunday morning,and often carryingwood
'i. historic houses still remain the one built suited for commercial orange groves, and from his nearby home to build a finn
.. ... ,. by the S.JJ Sternburg family the the citrus (
iatslEr.l ". Nelson Bitch industry moved farther south. the large church heater on cold) more
home
of T. and Carrie and '
now owned by Kenneth Ray Plenum. Mr. Truby had other Interests. ,.and soon Ings., .
turned his efforts to the growing and shippt- The church communion service.
Antique Car Owners Tuning Up Mr.Truby came to Starke about 1882,an ing of strawberries, a crop that came into at the Truby home during those earl:
superintendent of a Pennsylvania com- popularity.here in the 1880s 1 and helped years, and was prepared on Communloi
pany, assigned to come to Florida purchase growers recover from the loss of their Sundays by Mrs.Truby for her husband fc
For Annual_ Endurance Run, Nov.; 25 ,a tract of land and start an orange, citrus. He became associated with Joseph;: ,carry to the church and arrange for UK
'I1'Ove northerners moved to North
Many
Thomas in the Truby Thomas'Refrigerator ritual. 'Visiting Presbyterian ministenwere
Florida during this period,at the end of the
Works in the development always entertained in the Trubj
Antique. car buffs will soon be cranking up Chamber of Commerce has been greeting Civil War Reconstruction Era, to 'seek: and marketing of a new refrigerator car, home.According.
their Lizzies"and tuning up motors lor the antique car drivers at a coffee break on their fortune In orange groves. Invented by Mr. Thomas, for the
the annual Endurance Run from Tampa to the paved lot Just east of the Old Cour Mr. of strawberries to shipment" to his daughter Mrs, Eva
secured 85 of northern markets.
Jacksonville, with a eoffee-and-donut' thouse. The can will arrive here around Truby acres land KUIlan of Waynesville, N.C'1..1n letten
'stopover In Starke. .:30 a.m. Friday, No*. 25, the day'after, covered with virgin pine of timber.laborers He Mr. Truby was also a partner in the written several years ago the!nub,. gist
Thanksgiving the same day:the original employed a large crew Negro Truby Sternburg & Co.'s general merchandise gave the) lot for the Presbyterian manse
The 1983 Endurance Run win be to clear the land and set it In
a reenactment Endurance Run was made 74 ago. out small store the largest of Its kind In; and, the City. Park property on Churcl)
of the original run in 1909 which years orange trees. This grove was known as theCompany's Starke for many years. The also Street was acquired by the town through
company!
made a rest atop In Starke after a bumpr Th* public to invited to have coffee aDd.donus. Grove and was located. 'about. operated a cotton Kin in the brick.building' his effort .
ride from Tampa over land trails which inspect the old cars, most of them ( .' .
served as "highways" In those days. dating from the :axes\' and
|;,For the. past several' years) ,.the Starke driver ...., ". ',. 1" ", "ij.' iI r':""'-,
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who saw any or all of "The' nalia are cropping up closer ____ _

Chemical People" series on Public Service -\ schools. :: __ ..' ,
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Television recently could not help The combination of drug availability,1

;being concerned or even alarmed, by peer pressure, and inadequate education ... _
'the extent of the influence of drugs on campaigns are creating

the lives of our young people today. dangerous situation in Our: schools. n

Between 1979 and 1982 the use of cocaine The solution is three-pronged:'

rose almost 30 percent among 1. Increased law enforcement effortsto

junior and senior high school students in cut down the supply,of.jllegal drugs

(he.U.S. A recent poll at a junior high '2. Open ..communication'oetwwju i
school in San Francisco a'
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parents and children to mitigate the.ef-
'hocking response. Twenty-two percent' ects of pressure- ;'* :<"'*r.; t Ivrt r? ..,
':fd 7th and 8th grade," eneralte: h pt- ": peer
''ween the ages of 12 and+ 14' adrnrtfetr< 3.tT'r\1I e H ifirfil prevention pro .r

they had tried cocaine, as well as "up- grams in the schools.In "y

pers" and "downers". many communities parents

Fourth and fifth graders say they get educators, and local r officials have ..
most of their education about the united in programs to stamp out drugsin iIL't

dangers of drugs and alcohol from their. schools and to ,help ''children know
Street with Another Name
Cherry
families and from watching televisionand they can overcome pressures from their J..JooJ'V 1 yan I a families: moved" .....Starke/ In I' the _....-. This"*;
movies. Not until the 6th grade do peers and others experiment with 1 The"'Old Truby House" that burned to the ground 'picture was UktTu by Hoover 8r I. Studio long beforelad

most schools enter the picture as a drugs. This organization process has week is pictured right en Pennsylvania Ave..as. the street was paved with brick and the oak trees now" "
source of information about the dangersof speeded up greatly since the TV show* Cherry Street,was called at the time! several Penadying of old age'were just reaching early maturity.Co '

drug abuse. ing of "The Chemical People".

This points up an 'enormous In school systems that have not""yet 1 :;" Agent's Wotebook .lIow to Get Maximum sobbyTayler '

discrepancy between the availability of developed programs, parents should ;&tY --U.: ofJYo FIr place Bndord coast'Agents ;

drugs In the schools and the lack of drug make the effort now to work with school hive
education programs to teach officials on implementing drug prevemtion If you fireplace In your home you're ready start your fire.Use a com-, cumulation could 'damaae antflrons 'inc
youngsters about the hazards of drug programs directed to the early ROW'S the time to think about using device.It as binatlon softwood for quick igniting and block the flow,ofair: to catch any sparkTo
decorative A
more than Just a hardwood for longer burning"And, once,
abuse. Drug pushers, some of them grades.. fireplace can be an economical alternative' your lire is lit. remember this Cardinal summarize fireplaces can b)
even classmates of the children they Failure to take the necessary steps to heating source In these days of soaring Rule of Fireplace Management;' Keep a. 'valuable supplemental heating source
solicit have turned many school educate our children on the dangers of electric, oil and gas- prices especiallyhere thick bed of ashes under the grate to forma But they do present some hazards and require
often want to extra ventilation. Both the fireplact
where bed
In out area we for the glowing coals. These coals
restrooms, playgrounds and hallwaysinto drug abuse is to risk destroying. their' Just take the chill out of.the evening. or early provide a steady beat and help U Ignite and chimney should be checked regular
drug sources. In some cities future. r moming.-Jr. new wood that Is'added to the fire. But, for obstructions or other potential causar
'smoke shops" selling drug parapher- j:.. check to make lure that the,ashes don't of faulty operation.Burn only well seasoned
The Use of fireplaces Is one way to eta than wood, and finally, maintain a thick bet
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pile up an oc 10 from gnu of ashes about IK'
and cut home heating expenses two Inches beneath your
serve
Most Successful :Season : : energy by reducing: the use of more costly; bottom of, the grating. A .greater:,..ac ,grate to keep coals burning Joo er.. .,
I ', ., conventional fuels. One of the advantagesof ,< ,
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using firewood Is that It .Is a renewable '
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For Santa: Fe Arts ,Festival ( energy irritating source.pollutants And wood than other.Is much fuels.lower In ; i


The Santa Fe Community College has to a high degree a masterful'virtuosity;, hazards.. First' checi Is f k"In your good fireplace working for condition safety? ,Bctta.r Enforcement :Nee fled to:Save: :, ,).' "' l'' I

Just ended its moat successful season in within the Russian tradition. He showed,1 Check to see H if it ,blur flresafe linings! .. Designated, (l''Parif1ng.for Handicapped; '.1; ''J11
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the five years since it brought the Fall his great stature. in all aspects of hii I smoke ducts,and a working damper.Andmake Editor,,,,Telegraph: fellowgwrtef '.
playing." sure the chimney: la free of obstruc 4 A young ,
Festival of the Arts to
Performing ) flan'A fireptaco fire require about five. I am enclosing; a clipping from the letters In one and walked way down to a store)at.
Starke in 1978. Attendance has increased column of the Times-Union : the north end of Bradford
It' was interesting to learn thai times as much air as normal ventilation. concertIng *- Square shopping"i
steadily during this period reaching Russian-born Lvov and his family were t So you might want to1eaVI: a wtDdoW open the misuse of parking/ spaces' reserved"' ;center. Also there were open space. down r-
I a peak in the last performance of the finally allowed to leave Russia In 1973 a bit to provWe extra dir. Before lighting for the' handicapped. ??" }' there that he could have'used.' '' ,'%.4
current series. This program which after two of stru leave the i the tire be sure the damper open end the i'The same problem exists'In'Starke ana' ', 'I ant on'erutche and have one leg oM.f
featured pianist! Boris Lvov and his years depart flue Is IleaCarefully \ other towns. These' people park In the but I had to wait ten minutes for someonef)
daughter Eleonora was moved from country.lie decided to the Soviet f boo e the wood to bora'in disabled spaces with no regard for handicapped ',to pull out so I could do my shopping, ;>J
union in the,1940s! ,but was' restrained -' ,The police do not check-- "
; old wood won't ; persona. 'I
the Woman's-Club auditorium to'the your flrSpla :i.Just any uoj ortiritrttnem. hope this matter can be brought to 1Oomeone'
from doing so. He was granted a pro- Don't bin -wet or green WOfJd. Use .' 'I attention. The police obvlouslyi, ):
First United Methodist Church in order :
fessor's status at two Moscow, music damp or unstwsoned wood Increases pro- .I satin front of Winn-\ .don't care., ftI
f to accommodate the large crowd. academies, and was'ordered to reject ductioo of flammable wood tars (which. Dixie ..Friday i Now,4, +i 'The other thing that makes me so ma4. '
Jewish ,applicants. ,no.;matter i could coat the chimney flue and cause a waiting lor'. a "space. ,about these Inconsiderate people Is that.
''Lvov gave a spectacular performance talented they might be.'This is Just one ''serious chimney fire' if Ignited. There, are .three handicapped : .some of us handicapped gave an arm orf
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of music by Russian- composers, contrasting example of the restrictions of freedom Look for'J rbtypcs' of wood to use to you<, and they were spaces all there taken'e Ilea tighcing.for our country..Now, we: can "'
with the equally satisfying Flint choos*a softwood such as hell. > '
'under which Lvov and his family were fireplace. by cars without parking Robert ward '
presentation of Chopin compositions pine that Is easy to ignite and burns rapidly '- I'
compelled to live iq Russia. a ,permits., ", 'S Box 4111,Waldo
Second chaos*
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with a hot jame. -
his The artists
played by daughter .
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Russian
"I liked the music..but not wood such as' oak for Its skew-brn '"" -'--' '
were given a standing ovation by the audience .wood that wU !
and graciously responded to the government ,Lvov' says in:'his, i an qualities extended period of tin*. A coir"...." iri '
calls for encores. broken English. 'Here: 'you, are: of soft-wood.for easy lighting ** .....\ ;Forestry Bradford Courttj' .
free..free is better'tAnd wood for longer burning mimes an ideal .'I, 'I'IO
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.1 'Several persons in the audience so these Russian self-exiles bring fire.Firewood '.-,".-.R' rte, may' ,'. .., Bradford v.\V.NOri' n 'is :
remarked that they had never expectedto 'more to' this country'' than ',their ',fee .' be. ,; OWlt1FO..ter ,
have the pleasure of hearing musicians messages in music. They also bring the found hi du ;' '''' .
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of this calibre in a town the size of .message that "free is ,better'.i.. .a sites or priva had' If someone gave you money braise cattle ''iallltowuen"QIIeoIJa" the eaogsey !...:.t
of the owner. I a I then boll would bead,Meal. business to spend on replanainp IrMe./ao1MrsiJ'.
'ours. It was indeed a treat to,welcome that we already know but .__or
message or soft wood ; e to have.The federal g4wen D ntwiH pay: you; CUI_ ft r < on "home ground" musicians who had sometimes do not'seem to' appreciate;; green you o L ,. =ts ,cash money.for.plaaHng pine trees on your: :, the airs.V6rreti ..' ..
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their American tour at Lincoln because take freedoms next I itunderneaw \ '
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begun we our, much year ,.... .. darver'McM! ; btrect
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Center in New spring for granted .that; the .1ft..uD
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Doubtless such a cultural event lasts only nttf Dews btr !
w, : to replant! out-over limber areas, IL >.'"
never have been achieved here except 'Last Tbursd y'l' concert will long bo Now. d "" ... 1iNPi c \" 'a cosHtar, progrrm, wee'established. 'this ba.- ma1M* aliscatsi at a : .

through the efforts of the Santa Fe College : remembered by those who were for- for safety ont! : This program ha*ictmngafr names many; tlCIII..av to;"
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times since the)ffoil Conservation 8orvt cat rear.9lnsrela'e if you ==
bought .
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sponsors. tunate enough to hear it., Also J" ..began their sol i|bank" planUnga! in UW.Tni .' Want your pine tress :'
remembered and Y *. need '"
prized will be the eoat-l- YoU to sign-up atiltin*hne
;commenting on the performance, message'of Rwar'mth-aad,amofousM** { 1K :: :. program; now called i fie W you ha t a few Idle acraa"yw wwri*I"

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of Israel,r who wrote.., "The, 'above all,,the heartfelt OMesaae that, ', \ J. can return y..ir' to at SdSK: : '
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I Mrs and. Mrs.', Rodman Underhill Celebrate 50th Anniversary M ffN

Mr. and Mrs. Rodman UnderhUl circled with leather leaf fern In. .
celebrated The Social Side
their golden wedding anniversary terspersed ,with yellow mums and
Sunday,Nov. 13, at a yecep daisies.Flanking the bowl were silver !
tion at home in HeUbron Springs ..candelabra with white tapers. The rL .
liven by their children, Mr. and Mrs. punch table and food table were '
Mrs.Rodman Underhill, Jr and Mr. and covered with white embroidered Gladys Of TheNews
Robert unuurnui. cloths. On the food table were
Standing the receiving line were petifora, smoked turkey, homemade Society Editor, .
Mr and Mrs. Und< sons.Misses .''Serving as floor hostesses were 96"1608 ,
Charlene Harms and Amy Mrs. Karl Harms. Mrs. Harry Tluon", .,
Tison
kept the guest book. Miss Beth Under hiD, Mrs. Arthur "
On the mantle and centerpiece on Winkler and Mrs. Raymond Whittle. .J'
the gift table were arrangements of Mrs. William Blackburn''' and Mrs. 4''A' '
bronze and yellow mums and dailies Richard Underhill presided at the gift Woman's ,a gift from a cousin, Mrs. Betty table. ..' -
'Howard The cake of Tampa.table Mr. and Mrs. UnderhiU were married the public Is cordially i invited to a Mrs. L.A. Canova will have charge
was covered with a Dec. 22, 1933 In the home of Mrs.UnderhlU' .
Ivory, handmade linen cloth and parents in Hellbron Spl"Inga. + :cJ Country Supper at the Starke of the musical program which will
centered with a three tiered anniversary .Mrs.Underbill the daughter of Woman Club on Saturday, Nov. 19 continue through the,suer hours.
'Thers will be cake walk and door
from
cake 8 to 8 a
topped with a golden anniversary the late Matthew and Stella Rhoden 'p.m.
couple. Mrs. Vernon Reddish and 1,, }+; Pickets
Mr.Underhill
cut the cake. is the son of the late. A' tasty'menu of smoked chicken are $3.60 (tax Included) for
Mrs. Oliver and Ruby UnderhiU. sausage, sweet potatoes, turnip adults and $3 .children under 12
lead George Grant presided at the Approximately 150 guests called 'greens, cornbread and syrup, coffee and may be purchased at the I
crystal punch bowl that was en- between the hours 2 and 5 p.m. and iced tea will be served. Live from Mrs. W.H. Thomson, phone \

,. ..entertainment.! will 1 be furnished. .984-7806.!!! I


:'Hospital Auxiliary fo. Meet "is ov, 21 1 Crosby Quality Tire !I'',

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Dr. John Cienkl will be guest dinner-meeting 'Monday;;""NOI(. 21, at ' '301 North Starke
speaker, at the Hospital Auxiliary 8:30 p.m. at Western '.Steer\ Steak Mr and Mr.Rodman, Underhill
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,- House. ''I'i Next to Courthouse 964-8993

; FREE MOUNTING BALANCING '& VALVE STEM
Judy Moore '.Outlined New' Hospital '

I + *' Laramie Easy Rider As Low A$ ,

Plans at Woman's Club..M eting.: We Give Poly 7-Rb! Whitewall. fR.tThee

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Will**. Thanks Road Hazard 9J'795 '"
.: Mrs. Judy Moore was guest speaker Searing. the'' personnel, explaining the dII..
'at the Nov. 9 luncheon-meeting of the Mrs. R.A. Green Sr. introducedMrs. ferent departments and their-func- Share your gratitude,i Warranty urkelwith /
Starke Woman's Club in .the club Judy L. Moore, Assistant Administrator tions. She spoke of the Bradford ,blends near and far "
building. and Director of Nursing Hospital Inc. Center for Health and PI658013P22575B14 _
A Thanksgiving motif was carriedout for Bradford Hospital,guest speaker. Fitness and said their goal I is to by sending Hallmark. '1751108-1332.111 38.99 with purchase of
and dining tables held fall leavesand Mrs. Moore holds many credentials reduce health care costs by; "keeping Thanksgvtngcards. P1851758-1433.13 P219/79B-15 37.99 I'
fruit and on the speaker's table 'including a diploma from, the people fit. Ju";, -< P195/75B-14 34.94 P229/798-19 38.95 '4 Tires
was an attractive:arrangement of Crawford W. Long Memorial Hospitalof Woman of the Month awards were
fruit. Mrs Jack Trawick gave the in- Nursing Bachelor's and Masters presented to Mrs. L.A. Canova andMrs. P20B/7SB-14 39.9S P235/7SB-15 39.99 .;,:\
vocation and Mrs. W.H., Thomson, >degree in nursing from the U of F.She L.H. Jennings for artistic talent .n.ww.n, \ -'2151758.1436.95. ; .,..m 1.1,.1.71.' r J
Mrs. R.A. Green, ST.,Mrs. John Griffin served as acting dean of University of 'from the president. Fifty-yeac -
and Mrs. Patti Connerly sang the Florida College of Nursing and is cur- membership certificates were given'to Laramie Glass Rider, t '
club collect accompanied by Mrs., rently an adjuct assistant professor Mrs. C.A. Knight 'and Mrs.,O.J4,, ,
Mona Canova. Mrs. Louis Young, 'there. She has been a pediatric nurse Beasley. ,/V: Radial 2 Ply Poly
presided. at Shands Teaching Hospital, the, Members introduced, their guests 4
2 Belts
.Mrs, C.E. O'Steen, Chairman of 'coordinator of Alachua General and the following new members were Fiberglass AS LOW AS 'je. i",
Public Affairs,and Mrs. Lester!Ruud, Hospital's Hospice program and welcomed into the club.Mrs. Ordy WhnewaDI. 4 q, "
Co-Chairman assisted by the follow:. director of' the. Wellness Personnel Greenly Mrs. Donna Gruen and. 'Mrs N
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ing hostesses served a delicious Registry for Santa Fe Health Care 'Ada Reddish. \ ? Road Hazard
: Systems; Inc., There will be a Country N't9from 3'5.9VVanranty
Covington. the club j jP155SOR13
Mrs. Moore gave an interesting; informative building Saturday .
Green, Sr.,. Mrs. W.H. Haas, Mrs. talk on the planned expan-i 6 to 8 p.m. The public sly cordial*". ,
A.R. McRae, Mrs T.H. O'Steen Mrs. >Mon lot Bradford Hospital. She had on\ invited to attend. A delicious meal .
Bernard Ruckdeschel, Mrs. 'Curtis display a model of the hospital plant ,of down-home country'food.will iN: d IMS talma 1 *Cinfe......' '1151808.1339.15 P219/79R-14. 49.99 .
Sanders, Mrs. Winnie Sike. Mrs T.H. and: showed slides with commentaryon served with live entertainment cake' P175/80R-13 40.99 P22V75B-14 91.99 Laramle thek'
Slade, Mrs,H.L.' Speer,and Mrs.E.B. : the interior of .the hospital and of Tickets walk and door prizes', awarded anal,; P189/80R-13/ 41.99 P21S/75B-13 91.99 '" .c. i
,hI'r are $3.50 (including tax) Rider'''
f' $2 'children under 12, and carr be C1ar r '18517118.1444.111 P229/75R-15" 92.99 Easy
obtained at the door or from Mrs'/' P199/79R-14/ 49.99 P23V75B-19 59.99 '':,
Community W.H..Thomson, phone 964-7806. -:;):(; P205/75H-14/ 47.99 .....FET1.d.u. 'Tire"
Thanksgiving Eve Coming events are a tree and plant' ."ift' ,
I sale to be held Friday Dec. 9 and- SHOP" Where You Ride on Our Reputation
Saturday Dec. 10.The sale will beg 1'/--
23, at 8 a.m. and only dogwood trees wilt\ ,
Service. Wed., ,Nov, ;: be available this time,as there secpai*
'to be more of a demand for thesed
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sThep > '>'Ministerial. ,;,.rTh...'Parade' >i ef*>Home % trapy'fs ggtgarA", qay? h' -e. "'f 'BIP 3' ':{rI.1I'io: '
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at First nlted a popra anet. to mwTea : _
p.m.
Church ,.next to,the post office.- in Which the en- at Woman's Club) Map' 3 I 1 h
beJo't -together to' will be picked up at Woman"sTickets '. a '
The message Uus year will we ,have. A are on sale at $3 (tax included '
by Father Lee' from St. be taken to assist ) for adults and f 1 for children, an The City of: tarce| Florida .is considering applying 4
:Episcopal: Church with special with may be obtained from members and: ''
by the adult choir of First ) .during the from Mrs. W.H. Thomson,, phone the ,Florida Department of Community Affairs for: a,
964-7806. ,
Church. Other ministers; who ; ,
Other events planned through Small l Jobs Grant of. '' ( '
January are Brunch and Monodrama-! Cities Impact up to $75bbOb..

I Presbyterians Hold Hobo Party r Hostess Presentation for,,District Jan. 19.-4", Presidents 1984, and, These funds must. be, used for one .of., the following

Council, Jan. 23, 1984.

Presbyterian membeni'held their age made of' old dead'weeds" and purposes: ,;:, ., ; c ?, ,
annual Hobo Party Saturday night at flowers a dead rose boutonniere for FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
the B.Gv Paterson farm on BrownleeRoad. the man and hobo sticks tied with red 1. 'to benefit low and moderate '
income'persohs ,
handkerchiefs filled with candy and Hwy 16 W. ft Wetdeh I'- 984-6971 r
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Members attired in their tackiest fruit for the others. Pastor George tson and 1 I ,. '" ,';,. ,.rY'. "< '
attire gathered around a huge bonfire Steve Kroll portrayed Loretta The Congregation Invites You to Y or ,''f' J ,.'.- '",\.n".. 1 ..1 I J
for the chili supper, hot chocolate, Lynn star from' Hollywood, "with .Come" and Worship With Us I ISuMkrySchool I :' I". 4,
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"coffee and desserts. 'country,s1ngnt! and c attended ",. ?:\ ..-. .'. 10AM 2. to aid 'jn the prevention qr: elimination of slums''
:During the evening there were two evening the 70 members a Mtnlng W nMi) ........l.'. .. .'... 11 AM ;
hayiides,, one for the adults and one sing-rest ground fhe bonfire, < EnngeuttB .; ... .../.7'. .. '
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for the young people. Emcees Larry 1 I 'W*.iw. ( yWdnM..| ,.?. .;. ',' 7:30fM: or blight tor .,. : : J

on and different Buddy Paterson members told of anecdote the congregauon 'j" '.. '.-- -- I ..Ra..... -':.e.- .. ::'?- -=:t: t .3.., to' meet oher| community development' needs : f

which was hilarious. Lake .B.
dressed,;: Prizes were:hobos awarded In different for the best age I. Kmgstey ptilrch :': having particular urgency because existing' 'conditions 1

,categoriesThe.....p ,. ':. "adult' "received- a. .con J', 'Where everybody,,js somebody and 'Jesus Christ Is Lofd"Sunday [. pose a serious and immediate .threat. to the I .,

STARKE : i, 10:09 Senricai am'. Sunday: School ;1'i health or welfare' ,of the ''community where other(
CHURCH OF GOD

'422 N. St Clair SB4-5443' '1100 6:30:; pm am'f d Church Morning Training Worship N.Ik financial. .resources, are not available, to meet'such= -< II J i ,
,Walter F. Montt, Piltor .. .
We' Invite, A you to worship"""'I'with.us.y .l .;,nandfly'730'pm.'f Etftntog. Worship r '' -- needs,, The applicant' and the Florida Department l

8MMa,1cIIeII l': <**.'> -<. .. .". 1.a... 7:30 pm*tod-Week Priyer Scnrlct of Community i Affairs must certify' arid the'U '
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,.,I ,.E".1entIIe......,.., _' .. .,ij".....,:....,.,....,...".7:30,..I'.".. I'I' i .8rlq 4 Douglit..Outer ,[seated nS I\1 e'_: 4 i' Department fiHo' sing and Urban Development' ;;"' fr,
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC! HEARINGfvjotlce are .,' I
The activities, for' which these funds may :be used


'''Is l hereby; given ;hot the City' of Hampton City Council'vrilt(hold .the second two public hearingsto ; ,ip the areas of housing, public facilities, ahdVeconomic ,\ i

address! the Clt/l participation: In.the' Florida Small Cities Community Development, Block Grant (CDBG) development/ details'
ProgramJ' This I second public,hearing! wilt! be held an Tuesday:'1(. November 22,1983 at 7:00: p.tn, |h 'the,City : :? > : regiqf fi.1c; is i

Council; Meeting. Roo"| lo : ,
; "it 1 Is,fhi; Intent of th* 'City Hampton/ to submit to >the FIldt1 Deportment t''of Community! Affairs (DCA))a' s program ,

Fiscal 1 "Yeor 31983 1 Florida' Small,Cities!' ''CDBG Ftogran} application I for funding conslderQtlonv! The, purpose of the r ratlng'systetn'il' be provided. ,at a'publici'heari', ';ti tiiigg : t

..this second public; "hearing Is fo obtain.I citizen 1 1 vlWs on the proposed protect| ; application' :priorto Its! sub. .
'mtasior?tDCA' :,, ,*'A''I"' <" !'I".i': v, '' ,' 1tpt' ( which ;Will be, herd: qt f the, City ,Hall, 209 North;: ."
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,A summary of the proposed cipp'lcoton"'QlfolloWt' : .' .V\ :', -.1-;'n( ,
'Tho Clt -t CDBO project Is a nelflhbofhood" and t f commercial\ .VltollzQtI n"proliKt'wLtt" | ; 'q public, .facility 'ThQ St.'hlovember28,1983at7:30pm> : t

emp,1asJI.! ,T .Clty'yotljl l und rtakepgblii.facllllyJrnprovernentsjritS! ?Fiscal Year J 983 project:: area which,, ,. "
l le located I Irj.the w .tem lectlom\of:>> lhp ,: *The pfotwcl urea Is g.n !rolly bounded on ,the:!tOft".bv StOt. theipurpose: of h'is'.hearing,. wjjl) be'o. obtain citizen '

Rood 18, 'ion by Prospect Street,":on by Plrifl Street, fin ,h. watt .. I '
by Florida Sheet.a '
Publl'' !< thimpro' ma.y !wlrt'lrKlutl)| l "the: 'south '( ; ;lh" tolleitlon'don" .ior i 11,,,''Water 'drainage'' Im-' 'input Into ,the dyeopmeqt? | ? f the. ,"Application.and, : :to .t:

'provirnVnts;and land q l."lon1:; *! total:? prttjecf J ; cost f ls.atimot.dgtSAOOOO) ( '' :
.. 'A protect) ; area map and additional project Information ''I'I ovoliofele! for leather ts'tew'at the City, Hail). : 'rev Jew prograss'r: on, the, previous CDBG' grant.

"Ctrs., .,. may' submit any'commwrtte ifI"Vl.w 'th s y>matl,"hove twrwief nlr! the nmNMMMf'pM f.ct I.tai writing'to

r.f*+.,OfyCerfcataty' ffall;(f,Oc:;Pw aW. arrjptorv R.39M* 0.of.! r before :Tuesday;' l v.r*+ er t2.1 J9$3.Also I ,
/ Citizen comraw/rrts= and; View* slay.b.' inns oralfy o* wbmlttoif)Tn,,Writing! 'during,*4 second publicrhaaartng. "33 :. jerry WiadsworthComrnunftypeyeloprnentPirector:
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. St. Mark's Youth Presentina Dinner-Theatre Saturday Niaht at the Parish House I

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1, On Saturday. Nov.'19 od beginning at ,In the Parish House',at 4li. Church are free when dMaert is purchase ,1i!'t presented. 1'hills truly a unique play available In advance by calling! St.Mark' ment the tickets are quite reasonably
6 p.& the youth St. Mark'sEpiscopal street. The<: first Play.J'Qid Ghost*3J\ !: lasting about 49 minutes' It Is the.tol' Church office from 8:30: to priced. Adult tickets are and$5L elemen-
Church will present an The dinner will consist of spaghetti Home',% is a' dellglAful and humoroua! ) of modern society attempting to llSO a.m. or by'contacting youth tary students (grade below),
evening of delicious food and. with{ .homemade! true Italian sauce mystery featuring two 'lIboll as celebrate Chriatmasln: ",moet'of the ..sponsors, Beth Bobo or Peg StanwiX- pre-achoolersand senior citizens (aged -
dramatic,entertainment. tossed salad, garlic bread and coffee ,main characters. ''y\\. ,,; short scenes, Christ In obviously left Hay;A few tickets wile\be available at 60 and up) will tw charged H per
Dinner will begin at a o'clock and ticket. You are guaranteed a delicious
tea. Homemade desserts will be out In thai the
or ,: Following a ,brief Intermlsai Christmas apirit'Is .
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will be available until 70'clock----: sold at Intermission and before the 'O'Llttle' Town," a royalty play wril f iaissing. .. "i _.,.:,-,.,.. For portions of delicious, meal and two well-don dramatic

_.The first play will begin at 7:30 p.m. first play begins. Coffee or tea refills ,ten by Jerome McDonough, will, be {- DTnner-tbeatr*, ,.tickets: : pee,,,, homemade food, fcU! live,enterta ln- presentations with message.
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Thanksgiving Dinner eve at a p.m, Nov., 33. Madison St. BaptistChildren's :,.. IIf. Golf and Country !: Church 'with reception. following, in under' the.leadership of Don Hardy,
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This week the church. 1\ has already developed an excellent
over lao older adults on All friends and relatives are Invited
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Sat.. Nov. 19 limited budgets or facing a lonely Choir J. :Ii >Sir!, to attend. "' All friends and relatives are Invited reputation with two previous con
Ai Grac. United M.th.. Thanksgiving dinner will be receiving. ,Presenting Musical .,..;i'N ". ,'".,' r to attend.. certs. The dinner will' be held In the
invitations. ; 1 E; '' Stark .' Fellowship Hall of First United
Club members will also be Junlortfs. : Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Tickets,
Church providing The Madison Street Baptist : Madrigal Dinner
Grace United Methodist .
will hold their annual transportation for those who Children's Choir will Churchft!! \ Plan Activities limited with seating assigned at timeof
Lawtey Thanksgiving, dinner Saturday Nov. 'need It.If the person's health will prevent musical Sunday night, Nov'20; at 1"p.m. Saturday Dec. 17 purchase, are available a* 'the
them from attending, club entitled, Miracle After The Starke Juniorettex (former Lit Chamber of Commerce.
19, beginning at 6 p.m. members will the dinner to There will be, for the first time, a
Everyone la Invited to attend bring Miracle". '\ ):'" tle Women's Club) will hold a bake
them. Athe cordial invitation la extended to* sale on Wednesday, Nov. 23, at Brad- Madrigal Dinner' in Starke on Satur-
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This special meal Is a first In Brad- public to share the hour of worship it:; ford Square. day, Dee 17.Madrigal. See Page iM1000's
ford County. Those receiving an In- and fellowship with the 'i, On Sunday, Nov. 'ZI, at 2 p.m. the A Dinner Is a special
vitation are asked to assist by return- -. memben'I'' club will hold an installation of officers celebration of Christmas by turning
.Kiwanis Club of Stark. Ing the reservation slip or calling one .i; and new members at,the club back the clock and combining English of Items ;
of the included phone numbers. Brenda Prevatt : house. ". Christmas carols with a tempting Ole
To Sponsor David Alvarez ':>/lfii?,j jTo English banquet.In a setting of a Mid- on Display .
Attention Class a. 1974A dle Age casue and costumes of the
Thanksgiving Dinner Wed Nov. 19 ,J Molina Rabon
1600s, an English banquet when
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second organizational meeting serve yourNA"orw..ros
Ricky Porryman naming plum pudding will be
Members of the Kiwanis Club of concerning the 10-year class reunion The wedding of Brenda 'Kay4)i' The special evening of music will be
Starke will be helping over 100 older will be held In the School Board Prevatt and Loren David Alvarez will.' To Wed Nov. 26 provided by. the Starke Repertoire
adults of Bradford County have happier building Sunday, Nov. 20, at 3 p.m. take place Saturday, Nov. 19, at 7:30: Chorale with instrumental accom-l
Thanksgiving by providing full All members of the BHS class of p.m. In the First Baptist Church with Malissa Rabon and Ricky' Ferryman paniment' of 17th century .In J'
Thanksgiving dinner on ThanksgivingShorts 1974 are invited and urged to attend. a reception following. at the Starke will be married Saturday, struments. opens
',.""It.i! ,(, Nov. 26, at a p,m, at Brooker Baptist_ The, stark. Renertolre ,'Chorale..
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Planning for FestivalThe Shower HonoreesMr.

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Women of St. Mark's made and Mrs. Terry Brown were r .' IVI Thursday, Friday a Saturday> ;
plans for the Arts and Crafts Festivalto entertained at a couples baby shower EAGLE 9TQ9 "
be held Dec. 10, at their Nov. 8 Sunday, Nov. 13, from 2-4 pm given rl
meeting held in the Parish House. by Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark and /.
Mrs. hassle Prescott presented the Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Autry at the ,
devotional and worship program using home of the latter In .Country Club Compare
"Thanksgiving" as her subject. Estates., ,,
President Mrs. Herbert Thomas con- The guests were greeted at the door
ducted the business meeting and also. by both hostesses.Mrs.Brown opened
gave the program on "Advent" using and displayed her gifts In the living 4
information from an article by Fr. room area. Jdorsvr
JD. Pridgen Christ Church, Greenville The centerpiece for the party tablewas
S.C.Mrs. an antique footed cut lead glass # Lgrms I ii
Thomas concluded the program rose bowl filled with fruits and nuts. ,.. G '
with a reading on "Reflections, Crystal and glass appointments were h eh_,,, pat
Prayers to Take Into a Busy Day" by used over antique lace pieces on the +w- t u?ooryfor17r .h.ora
Henri J.M. Nouwen. table. Hot apple cider was served a aI.nd
from the breakfast room. Other i .toe
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refreshments were, served. on the
Pin. Level Senior deck. i
Citizens Take Trip The honored couple was presentedwith r
a beautiful baby book as a
memento of the occasion from the .y
On Tuesday morning, Nov. 8, a hosts.Approximately 60 guests called was tar Ii
group from the Pine Level Baptist during the party hours. OUT WRAP r is t s
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Church left on the church tour bus for 'P.cooool .M"lumbo
four-day trip through Georgia,Tennessee ogMony
North and South Carolina. Brenda Prevatt '
Points of interest visited were The Shower HonoreeMiss zTa(4: '
Apple Barn and Cider Mill in Sevielle, ( .'
Tenn., The Great Smokies, Biltmore Brenda Prevatt bride-elect of
House and Gardens In Asheville,N.C.fflhQn David Alvarez, was honored at a
( Wednesday night they attended tIJ Iaervicea at New Bolting Springs. Hap.... .given byMrs.., Sandra --." *.. .,. ..
t flat Church AahevilJei -" Debbie Harrisj)and Mrs!.Pauline Randolph w i ..
Those attendJIAr"Mr.. and Mrs. .at the home of Mrs. Annie e lp N
Felix Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Alvarez 602 Alton Rd. Starke. a '
Eastes, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Games were played and, enjoyed by 983 1 *T* YOUR 57* 788; 794 1
Newsome, Mr.and Mrs. Wesley Griffin the 25 guests and prizes awarded.'
Mrs. Elna McRae, Mrs. Cassie Bathroom novelties were presentedto WAS tI as -WERE:. CHOICE was To. wens asss wam ass
Jones,Mrs. Margaret Singletary and Miss Prevatt by the hostesses as a C MR scoTCN PINS Tilts HOLIDAYUGH?SITS DELTA MM TOWKLS MN>S SPOUT SHMT BOYS CORD JBANS Mites ONUS PANTS,
Robert Carlton. They were, accom- memento of the occasion. aa.gc seer marwM en,.w/e. 's$daa.srh.r m.daure.aha Jumbo d 14SonuV ra,romwm hasp e..two Conana.diey wish yore tt.<*. nxmpoiyoilororpolyooior '
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Christopher Crawford at the Starke Golf and Country Club. CVFR5OO
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gave a birthday party for their son, Mrs. Dale Wilcox of Fernandina PNrsW1D'rtTTt l,
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Lake home of his grandparents, Mr. Herbert Green. MhoMHotorkMdootfunondoouun.. o
and Mrs. Earl Crawford.The .
dining room was decorated on Dan Griffls and sons of Orlando
the Garfield theme. Ice cream and spent the weekend with his parents, \ r
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Quarterback Robert Carver scored against the Hornet moved the ball' to
touchdowns on two sneaks and Tony the 34 yard line of Hawthorne.
Davis and Brad Russell each ran for With a first and only five to go for a
touchdowns for Bradford's 27-0 win first down,. Davis gained two and
9r i I : (o SIT 01 1a over hapless Hawthorne last Friday Carver four yards up the middle for
rP ) t night.Tornadoes. the first down at the 28 yard line. I

H dominated the ball of- After a one yard try up the middle
r f + '. v ; + IINa fensively, amassing 238 yards on the by Gerald Brown Carver hit Cerry
: ; 'c; ', ground and IB passing while holding Frounfelter along the right sidelinefor I
-" : Hawthorne to 56 yards total offense. an 18 yard gain andfirst' down at

"We executed extremely well and nine yard line. \
$ 4' got to play a lot of people," says Head Davis went over center for three 1
Tornado Coach David Hurse. yards on first down, then ran througha
:: } Bradford grabbed the handle on the hole over left guard for A six yard
game In the first half with 20 points. touchdown run. With the Francis extra -
Carver Davis and Russell each point, BHS took a 14-0 lead with
scored touchdowns in the first 3:27 left in the first quarter.A .
quarter. A missed connection bet 74 yard kick by Braswell was called
ween the center and holder as an automatic touchback and
,,1983 Boy's Cross Country Team.... ; the only missed extra point for the Hawthorne took over Again at the 20
x t Tornadoes this Unable to move the ball the
_-.They! *?.from! .Ie **rlgbt-' Henry Cooper, Calvin Thomas, Eddie Tennant,. Paul McKinney. and Thomas Moon. Carver made season.the lone second: .half Hornets bad to punt from the 29 yard

touchdown In the third period on a one line.The
yard sneak. punt was downed at the 47 yard
BHS kickoff man Rick Braswell line and on first down Russell went
had his best and worse kicks of the the distance on a right end pitch-out
during the game. The longest play for a touchdown. The extra point
was conversion was missed and BHS sealed -
a 74-yarder the shortest. was a SO
yarder. for a :20-0 lead with Just over'' a

"Everyone contributed to the win minute still left in the first period.A .
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and the defense did a real good Job," ten yard return on the kick gave
noted Hurse. Bradford's defense has the Hornets their best field position of

held opponents to 11 scoreless innings the night at their straight line '
so far this season. Four the fourth series,
Braswell kicked the ball in the end- Hawthorne was unable to come up ,
with first down and BUS took over
zone on the opening kick, giving a ;
Hawthorne first possession' of the at the 47 yard line.
game at the 20-yard line. On the first down play Davis broke
BHS pushed the Hornets back seven loose up the middle for an 11-yard
I yards In three' plays, forcing the gain to the 36 yard line and a first
Hawthorne punt. Frank Long returned down. After that, three unsuccessful
the Hornet punt from the 35 yard runs by the Tornadoes forced a punting ,
line to the eight, putting BHS in scoring situation at the 39 yard line, Just
range. out of Francis ecure.field goal

Davis went'over right tackle for range.Bradford.
gains of two and four yards to put the regained possession at the ,
40-yard line. On a second down play
ball on the one yard line with a third
down. Carver then went up the middle Davis broke for another 11-yard gain
G'i rrp'r( on a quarterback sneak for the tint followed by two runs of five yards q
score of the game. The extra point each tomove the ball to the 44 yard
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kick by Francis was good and BUS line of the Hornets with a first down.
went in front 7-0 with 8:48 left in the Runs of seven two and three yards r
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first period. moved to the ball to the 30 yard line j

Bradford again held the Hornets to Just short of a first down. A 37yarJfield

one series and a punt after the 65 yard goat attempt by Francis was
touchback kick by Braswell. blocked and Hawthorne took'ove at !
-- The Hawthorne punt was downed the one yard line with' under two"Pap.

1883 BUS'Girl's Cross'Country Team,... Bogle Tammy Mann, Karen Klmtjitls, Michelle Kimutis,,Carol Fussell, ana and gave the Tornadoes the ball at 2A 1' .

'They are from lorlltht-' George taper; Allison benmark. Uoda Dewitt.Y.I their own 45 yard line. A 15 yard facemask ..'
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Both girl's and boy's Bradford ford 106; BNease 121 Baldwin 159; 3)EuKene' DunnamK 'PKY, 15:31: ; .":Tennant 19:52.: > ,

boas country' course records'wereroken 7)PK Yonge 178; 8)Flarlda 'School for 4)Andrew McCabe, BoUes 15:33: ;i .r. ji Fussell. Bogle, Denmark;Thomas,N Louts Country Corner a
last Saturday when BHS the Deaf 231. SHtichard Far rain, Bolles. 15:39.,; Cooper, and Moon all had their,per i .
posted the district 2. Class 2A cronepountry Team placing for the boys: DBolles) First five finishers in the girls racewere "<55.sonal best times of the season. "' 468-2121 Hampton, Florida "

meet. 182)PKY74SFD90; 4)Episcopal DCombs, Episcopal, 11:20; ,; All of the boys will be 'returning
The Bradford girl's team was onebJace .100; Nease.) 145; 6>Chiefland 171; DEllzabeth Baum Bolles 12:22; I IV%\ -next year but Fussell-- Michelle
from, going! to state* taking 7)Baker) 187; 8)Baldwin 208;, ,)Clay. Tammy Reardean.'j'Episcopsi{ ';''I"KimutU, and Mann will all be Now I
,fourth place and the boy's team placed 213; lOBradford 229. 12:33: ; 4)l4ndy Florence, Nease,,<" graduating from the girls squad. Buying .'
10th. The first three places in the Winners Episcopal and Bolles are 12:39: ; I5)KeIly Hodge Newberry.,'' Until track season starts the girls
girls race will go to state and the first expected to be the odds on favorite to 12:88.: with the ALUMINUM
low in the boys division. take team state championships. ''The girls and boys ran as good as,," BradfordiutmersClub.Sat. .
Setting the new course record for Godfrey in the boys race had one of they possibly could. No one could ask::1' .. Dec. 3 they will run in the CANS
girls was ,Donna Combo from the best times going into state First for any more". noted cross country '*. ,Women's Moving Comfort run with
,Episcopal in 11:20: minutes. The old five runners In each race are eligable and track Coach George Loper. over 3,000 runners expected to comt -
record was set in 1961 by Monica Vin- to compete at state regardless of the BHS girl finished as. follows-" '.. '
cent from Palatka In 13:38.: ,team scores.Combs' .' 12)Cheryl) Bogle 13:39: ; l )CaroL& Bradford will have three 'girls also J
./ The new boys record Ja' held .by time In the girls race &is the Fussell 13:50 25)LindaDewlUH:17: !1 fyteamsr AteamLori Sapp. Lisa ,
STripp: Godfrey from Bolles at 14:5: beat district time turned In going Into 2 )Tammy Mann 14:24: ; 31)Michelle;'.'(. Tierneyr Christy Harrell, Cheryl Copper Brass. AII'other'me .ls'
Shattering the old record of 15:51: heldpy ,stattf. The state meet-will be held Klmutis 14:40; 47)Allison). Denmark; ';: Bogle,. and Carol Fussell; B-team- ,
Roscoe Hill of Palatka.'The girl's .Saturday.. Nov. 19 at the Deland Air. 18:08.: "'d. Linda Dewitt Michelle Kimutis.. ,
\ &Is two miles and the boy's three.. BHS boys finished-) follow e'j(;;Tammy Mann, and Karen Kimutis; Open 7 Days A Week,, -. 8am-6pm
race placlngs in the girls race, 'First five finishers in the boys race 24)Paul) ) McKInney 17:15; 38)Tom) 'i CteamAllison Denmark, Rhonda

were as follows:' DEplscopal) 39;. were- DTripp Godfrey Belles, 14:55: ; Moonl7B3; 6 )Henry 19:11: : J i;', Bryan, Barbara Harris.Romona Ten- Our Prices will not,. bo :BEAT by Anyone! tin

'( I)1toUes) 44; SJNewberry 87; 4)Brad-;, aJohn). Wlsker. Bolles.. 15:22: ;. 6OC) )lvin' 'Thoma. .*:12.. 62)Eddi4l,4) l 1 K-'nant;and Tree Starling. this area .
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1 Notices 165.09. Florida Statutes, OF .INTENTION NOnCSOFSALiOFCCH.LATERAI ,4, All contract or for Adoption of DEBRA PROPERTY'TO j
egal JAYNE JOHNS has been .
marketing privileges
notice hereby given, TO REGISTER
that the ynderslgned. FICTITIOUS NAME AFJER DEFAULT which are the property tiled against you and you :; ROBERT J ;

t ': Donny' C, Fo.''''; i P.O. h'.Y-r. of .GARRARD MOLD., ,are required. to serve a ,TEN. i
NOTICi TOMLINSON. Box 1319. Starfce, Florida. Pursuant; ., to Section TO: CLAUD, H. STONE aASSOC. COMPANY. 'copy of your written YOU ARE ,
TO BIDDERS Wile.. t 32091, sole owner, dong 865.09.;Florida. Statutes, .,j INC. d/b/a The above stated pro.pares '.ons.s' ,'If i any to It. on that. an .
1 business under the firm .notice I.! GARRARD JOINT are being sold the Petitioner's attorney.who. foreclose on. an ,
i The Florida Parole and toome of TURNKEY PAPER that, th., undersigned. VENTURE after your default under name ;
,Probation Commission PROPERTY COMPANY. P.O. lox Clenda toldocchl./ Hi. 1, p.o.loil 16634; ., thaf certain Sales Is WM. A. BES- following I .
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;until 10 pm.o'clock on 'Warren.Air San Antania, Texas SENT. MOODY t Florida: ,
'F.E. 20tlV Intends' to 32058 sale owner,doing January 1. 198J between
North'/ .
r i-23 November, 1983. for53.0IS Force Base-;4126 EDIt .freglster .said fictitious, ......1_ under the firm 78116 'nand .'". the above 'named .addressees SAIZMAN, 403 West The ,, ,
(plus 3X) square I. StreetV' Ch.y.nn., tame under .h.l.* name ,, of ''OLENDA'S and chorl.s'Garrard ; Georgia Strut P.O. Ban following\ -" ,
Slarke, Florida .
(feat of office'" .spec.lorotd .' Wyoming' B2O01. > ?aloresald statute! ,' .>,JMEARPj5tO: r. US...8.:. ;'Jr.. by reason olyour 1036. and file -the 1MZ''ar'ti; ;of nc '
32091
between (Street, ,
N- SlOt. YOU ARE HERESYNOTIFIED : Dated t Ih)to 7th day of."November. "?Thompson St.',,- ,S.....,. BERTRAM GOTTFRIED failure to make the"payment original,, with the clerk of SW/4 of SW'/4\ of
U.S.
Hlahwav or .
that .n action: A.D,1903. 'In '' 157 Churchill Street that due '
Florida was on !
North 32091 Intend fa the above-styled court 14, T Township; ..'
Read) tw'"th '
for dissolution ol mar Bradford County SatellltaBeach; FI 3J937 1981sCHARLES. ;
(Street. U.... Highway or *,,, ?,register said 'fictitious.name 1If January on or before December. Rang. 3/1/ East r
rioge' I has been fll4ogolml \:'1f. JOI; ; l under. tttt nGARRARDJOINT' GARRARD *
Slat Road) to the South;:; you. and you or. { the 1, A.D. 1983:: otherwise audgement County. FICHI".'
aforesaid .
(Street U.S. Highway, required to serve a copy BIO Dated this statutes Sth: VENTURE t",t V DUDLEY P. HARDY.P.A. ( may be log mare ( : ; t
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State Road) to the' East, :of your written d..on.... ;FOR THE PURCHASE November. ,AD, 19W.day ins 201 El)Cerrlxa', By John H.Jon.., Esq.. .entered against demanded you fur deKrlbed a. .
and (3tr..f( ; U.S.: 'II any fa 'If. on th* plait OF REMOUNTING Bradford County San Antonio ,,Txa* Of Counsel the relief In Comm.nc. at
Highway or State Road) tiff* attorney, who. 79332 ., : .the.complaint or pelt- Southwest comer
ONE MODULAR Drowe.IOJO
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available on September; P.Ov 'Drawer 1030; the' Bradford CountyBoard ? tttot after' His. 1st day .". .Attorn.yforCharlo.Garrard'.' : the seal of Court. Oil township and .-t'I."r'J1i"J

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I BHSCage Face First Test ,
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Bradford High basketballers will vlutlon,to replace Lake Mary. Coach Mike Sexton.. "We ttill,1 have\ aNew _l, '
we first action of the season next BUS is In the same bracket as lot of Juniors. < ?, M.f.!"f. ..'. : 'r
Wednesday when they travel to Ocala Bronx, Memphis and Forest. members on the varsity sound :,-;';; :).. '
Forest to Florida the Third Annual Two Bradford players are listed In will Herb 3r Cooper, C.rrv i .' .,' ii" ,' J" '1'11I '/;\'
Ocala Thoroughbred "The Breeders Showcase of Cham- Freunfelter, Simon Mitchell,,IforoU I \ ",. I
Breeden Tournament. pions." 63 junior Darrln Chandler Cunningham Barry Warren and Jimmy ; \
BHS will fee first action at 8 p.m. and 5'6 Robert Bellamy are on the Hankerson. Cooper. Ad-Cunif .
against Forest. When Tornado list. ; ;
cagers inxham are each 6 ,
play will de The Tornadoes will have five retur 4
they win wyi lose against For. ning lettermen. They are John David "Our biggest weakness la gong to 4j 4jJr Near MI', ......./. :?$ ',
Francis, Darrln Chandler Robert be rebounding. W* have,good ; ;. ,.. i This Bradford footballer almost has
The tournament will feature eight Bellamy, Sam Norman, and Tommy quickness and we are going to have to this la Us hands but can't quite
on*
high schools from the southeast Including Johnson.Johnson,the only senior will use it to balance everything out," the ball duria*the n.
handle*n
get a
Forest, Bronx New York, be the tallest player on the team at no tea Sexton. Jr Hawthorne,last Friday
Memphis Tech, Jacksonville Ribault, 6'5. Last season the Tornadoes were shellacing of : '", '
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Tallahassee-Godby, Pensacola' "We've got some experience back, 11-13 with a young, inexperienced night. 'I' 'r;,>,.
Escambia, Lake Weir-Chandler, and but we are still young with a lot of team. "We are looking, for a goodyear ; '",,)" hYj.4
Bradford. Bradford drew a late In. juniors." commented .Head Tornado ," says Sexton. Lr -\

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All Home Games 6:30 & 8:00 .

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I a Happy Homecoming for CowboysLed


It was a happy homecoming' for- ing queen and other team princesses by center linebacker C.;- ,g
three Bradford Cowboys Pop Warner were crowned. Next week the Jackson with leven tackle and five //1;
teams last Saturday climaxing two Telegraph will have a special Pop .assists the Cowboys held the It
days of homecoming festivities for Warner Homecoming picture.layout Dolphins to less than M yards rushing
} rC for the Thanksgiving Issue.Midgets the entire game. i
.. TThep Midgets beat their only Good defensive efforts by J. Berry
undefeated conference opponent Bel- with a fumble recovery, R. Pittman
Med Saturday 2C-*. The Jr. Midgets In a showdown between the only with an Interception,J.Jamerson and
beat the Middleburg Broncos 12-6 and two undefeated Midget teams in the W. Collins\ kept Bel Med off the I
the Pee Wee best Middleburg Z4-0. conference the Bradford Cowboys Scoreboard until late In the game. .
Scores of other games were hOt turned were more than up to the task by Cowboys got on the Scoreboard early
D. who also had
in. defeating Bel-Med ;264. when Covlngtoa
k g The Cowboys started homecoming The games' outcome never seemed an Interception .returned the
for
festivities Friday afternoon with a in doubt as Bradford's hard-nosed Dolphins\ first punt. a 68 touchdown
parade through Starke. Between defense kept Bel-Med's backs to the yard run.Bradford's.
games Saturday the new homecom- wall aU !night. offense scored on their
second possession of the game,
behind good blocking by A. Williams,
IB}.tm.Wllil: n'4I )7f: :iYs.G) :ii.1'W''f) ; f E.: Hooper took the ball In from the
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'A .'Jtr'Y.; :... ts !!i'X'' f.ji. ," n,' one yard line after a 68 yard drive.
See special Pop Warner Pictorial next week._ After a fumble recovered by R. 1
Queen Crown hands Polk,Hooper scored on a 48 yard nak-
change at homecoming ceremony ed bootleg reverse.
The final Bradford score of the
game came on a seven yard pass
from Hooper to Jenkins.
Coaches' and players want to express -
rirI ii P special thanks to the Starke
Paint Center Archie Tanner Funeral

Home during homecoming.and McDonalds for support


U.S.D.A. GRADE A NON BASTED 17 LBS & UP / marked Midget up Coach his tooth Ronnie win with Thomas Pop

Warner with the victory. lIe credited
I his success to the help from Farelon \
McClellan the fine players he has had l'

YOUNGTURKEYS: .' C i\ ----i 1 to work w.tri-: Midgets .

Cowboys Jr. Midgets won their.
cond game in a row by downing the
Middleburg Bronco: 1M for the
homecoming game.
Cowboys first touchdown came one

.... ... ..... 87 Chandler yard to flee Perdo flicker Carter.from Harold

The second score was a four yard
Limit 1 with 200"or.mor
U.S.D.A. GRADE A FARMER GRAY BASTED TURKEYS a0jr PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.. MOV half back dive by Chandler after he
WITH POP UP TIMER AVAILABLE- SLIGHTLY HIGHER PRICES purchase, area 17 THRU WED.. NOV. 23. 1O83. Intercepted. the ball foroffensive the Cowboys.Outstanding .
players were
7a9i Greg Pittman with 55 yards Chandler
xiOHIHwESTeRfN,EXTRA FANC t with 50 rushing and 47 passing Willis i II.
RED OR GOLDEN Chandler with 29 yards rushing and 40 ,
i passing.and Troy Arron with 20 yards
peucipus rushing. .
The Cowboys totaled 145 yards.
rushing. and 87 yards in the air. ,
Defensive outstanding players were '', '
Clint Reed'with 13 tackles'Carter.
anus scwue with 7,Lance Williams C.Desue.andChandler
sun wre jPt'r with five. Wendell Hudson

R 0 T had five tackles, 'Including two I
quarterback sacks. .
Now the Cowboys stand with an
even 34 season record.

PeeWe ,

The Pee Wees held the Broncos to s
Just one first down during the game to
r 0 0 w roll 26-0 over Middleburg.
The Cowboy offense amassed 309 i
yards total .Clfenae. all but *2 yards R Rr

'ur C: touchdowns were scored by
dun Gerald Bradham Lance Wiggins, :;
Chuck Morrow and Mike Jackson.:
1 Next week the Pee Wees take on Ai 4
I tough rival Lake ButlertSports "<011o.', 1
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TASTTYCANAtHANRutabagas 19 Turkey DNUMmOCS f fM.A I IJCNMKO 1.a33- .Mergarln' Qtrs. k' AS:: Set This Weekend.... '
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ONAcorn '"' !!f 0
p_ ...._ rtwwr for its 2nd Annual
preparing Fall
23ft Tennis
3 >> Turkey ....._
Squash .." <.. .ui ..... .. r MRR K.w9lRa EXCCUSNT Tournament' this weekend
Trea roR TWANKeaWWO '
; U.II.O'.CHOICIrIlVl\IICIUND! sS MI.' t .12. is99* ; ,:. November 18-20. *
Relish l
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NaKTmmrarw* 5 A* *ANDWICH on
D Anjou Pears,, tai Bnte. Steaks .. :'UI 27. s.u n@jyo eNAFDC '. ; OttVALTNCYSMBATORBCBP and doubles and womens singles. and '

: ;PI1IUDalJllWlNlEDA& Cheddar v .138 Big Eight Franks is' *1 BO doubles
DaLv 9., .pUqP08II.S278': ew.OSZN.L. t.; The tournament is set to start
As, .. s? .PIer '12 Mi' aURV KmoeMATVD' ('CXWKMLOVEne OOCAM MAVEH eoceu ROUND i- Saturday morning at It with matches
,pen PKO..*.vwfun OR BOUARa,VARMTTV PACK being played at Pratt I i
St.Center and \
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nwrwoASTm, $ 9' -HC.TON BMANO SXCeUBMT Ceekles ... ,*149 Lunch Meat S18.PeanuIB Bradford -
=- 22 PHtebury, ears = High School.

s. nlera Pacific Oysters .. .= .2" ,___r ..*.,.,oar._saw TO COUNTY omMJtHH.DUllTOOUIOI NOT mmavaaNami N-*row=.._rraoon.wc.u___.....mtwv_m.THANKSGIVING .............--, 0 youth Finals finals will will be Sunday.start at Pratt At 1 p.m'the St..At 2 I(

p.m..will be the women singles and
DINNER. at 3 p.m. will be the mamas and
mens doubles finals. > *, I
Players will provide ,their own d
FULLYCOOKEDbyTt.our .balls. Trophies will be awarded to
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\ 19-20. ,
TIl3Kr.; Stephanie O'Steenand Jill t

DlratM( '."::;? I '..__ :. Williams both of Starke will compete
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4".r Saturday Nor.20.
navel 1C1O, save so- to To,s Ls turRrrstY, $1795 f' .. O'Steen will compete at:2 p.m. and
FAMOUS ''fl PACt 1 ..... .... Williams will compete at 5:43. Both
OfllOftorKAISER COB rr.t "" &'y:- It t yare
@ : 8 ii' =:" : Class 1 gymnast. .
909 CORff '.11 1 'it"- The Booster Club of 'Brown's
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BWLLS. ...resh ......... Gynasttcs will host the meet which
.1 '1 will Include girls from North and
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ID South Georgia
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= ,18 WHIP rf$] DIl'RO.' SMOKED ruu.veocm o TURKEYS, .- Class These 1 and girls elite.will be Class S, Class 3, ,

ROLLS '2t. IO" NQN a a.tr tar cror Rw U ...... GLAZED 'l'tZ"="' ,$1395 : It will be held at'Santa Fe Com
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munity College
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0 I ." ,' '1" >..I i'" "'",., w 'IIIIIIAIU .'-2" l289HOT t onl minutes left la the Ant half. I ,
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,,"'" .. "" "o- __';;r., };; > 'f.\: : "; : : team scared during the remainder of

:-.v." 1..',=,4. ',. ... :'" '.. '. "1oPrf: lr:MMt,Chetttt; V,S4IddL. roar 99. the Bradford first half.,took possession for the
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c "''''' 'BO blasted the
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.". : .n- ; ___ AIIA..8_ 'the."IICCIrinc quarterback sneak by
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j : I (IIN.1 T ORAVY Tornadoes In front 274.
,"CPFMaert" .... an 89.
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AftTI GREEN!! ,
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s : -- -- t With BHS substituting Hawthorne
.. . CHunKY( POTATO 8AJLAP--1 79: ad'*Af4t1. PEACH was able to drive for three first downs
: '''i "2 7'9" .CltAftBERltY.oaMIGIt-,--- : -. LJaM1- 1 IOSr COatHJBH. OR YAM" In the second half still unable to get 1

..jI IA. .. _... ..__ <. the ball across the goal tins."I .
'1550& I. was real paused with UM defensive '
.1001e'' 8 VWW '. ': effort.This was owr second shutout
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Socials from Pg. 6 BIRTHS :' ,' '. '\; '., "

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Stork AMERICA'S IIUI''YDRUG STORE l ," .;.h\U-'I'ii; ,..,}.l\/I;, ,
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Honor.. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sellers of ; "" .,k .. "
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Lawtey announce the birth of a .. ', ,..", c ,,, )
Mrs. Rex Bailes was honored at a daughter,. Heather Christine, born --- ( '. / ,A,A\\ m/y/IVI/ (,<' .. I) '.. 1ki'f\ ,'
stork shower on Wednesday, Nov. 9, Oct. 31 In Alachua General Hospital. :: SPECIAL :NOTIC 'TO: JOUR SHOPPERS,, \
given Mrs. Gaines and Ms.
Sandra by Crawford Terry at her! home, on NW Mrs Maternal Charles grandparents Boyer of Starke are Mr.and and ,, DuQ to spscfal price breaks from Texas Instruments Eckerd ha

75th Ave.Games. great grandparents are Mrs. Hilda lowered the price of the TI-99/4A Home Computer: \s special, pr .'
with prizes were enjoyed by Nestor of Gainesville and Mr. and may be even lower than the sale price In some Eckerd ads! E3ecau.: ,

the 20 refreshment table Mrs. Charles Boyer of Tamaqua, Pa. /7/i of the Strong demand a ,t this special) price our supplies may not la i
The was
centered by a cake decorated in white Mrs.Paternal Ronnie grandparents L. Sellers of Lawtey Mr. and and / Sorry-no ca lrChecks, or rebates, are aval ble. 'J;:;::".'!..

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and foods and .: J,.
pink. Finger punch' great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. ,
were served. Johnny Layden of Callahan and Mr. f
The hostesses presented the 'and Mrs. John Davis of Jacksonville
honoree with a diaper pail filled with
baby accessories,
Stephen Sean Cubbedge

Elk Club News... 'Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cubbedge of
Starke announce the birth of a son, A
District Deputy of the North- Stephen Sean, born Nov. 6 In Alachua ,
District of Florida Elks, Larry General Hospital. He joins a sister,
Henley of Tallahassee, will make his Stefanie 14 years old.
official visit to the Starke Elks Lodgeon Maternal grandparents Mr.and '
Monday, Nov. 21, at the regular 8 Mrs. Steve Starling and great grand- .,t'" '
p.m. meeting. mother Is Mrs.-Lucy Harrison, all of ,
Starke Elkettes will be serving a Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are ; 1 ,
ham dinner to representatives from Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cubbedge and ,;" ,' "
Tallahassee, Madison, Perry, Live great grandmother Is Mrs. Maude ,',' '' :- I
Oak. Lake City and Gainesville Elk Cubbedge, all of St Augustine. '

Lodges. Serving starts at 6:43: p.m. ",>' /;
Saturday, Nov. 26, at 7 p.m., there Llndsey Dawn Mains CANOE
will be a catfish dinner for Elk I
members and guests, instead of the Doug and Charlene Mains announcethe BRUT 33 : EAUDECOOGNE
PLANTERS
monthly. "Bring Wise will Your be head Own cook.Steak"night. birth of a daughter, Lindsey .' lfl :: :
Sam Dawn, born Nov. 7!In Baptist Medical MUSK SET : COCKTAIL WINDEX
The Starke Elk delegation to
Center She joins a sister,Erica Lynn, 5.5-OZ. SPLASH-ON ft 339 '
District Henley's visitto '
Deputy Larry age 2Mb. ; PEANUTS GLASS LIANI399RtIG.U'
Z.5DEODORANT STIClf r
the Madison Elk Lodge on Thurs Maternal ,
grandparents Mr.and
are
day, Nov. 3, was Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Mrs. A.R. Johnson of Hilliard and ,1' :... ;
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Nichols Richard Solze Carol Brown, l- t9
great grandparents are Virginia Mc .
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and 992
Mr. Mrs. Robbie Shaller and Mr. o 11922-oz.-
Clelland and Lounette Johnson of SC.NT.: CAND..... .
and Starke Mrs. George Elk delegates W. Brown.to District Douglas, Ga. Paternal grandparents E 4 u: $......7' .' ,,,.2."
Mildred
Mains
are and Marion Mains.
Deputy Larry Henley's visit to the
Gainesville Elk Lodge on Thursday, WrlllllF""

Nov. 10,were Mr.and Mrs. George W. David L.Baldwin,II
Brown, BID Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,,,1tH NICSC Ivr t SAV,' C'SI \
CdM'A' K'erO' (
Finucan, Mr. and Mrs. John S tA'ND SAVE WHITE
David and Janice Baldwin of San r;. J; :$ ,
Kingsbury, Mr.and Mrs. McConnell
Nealy !STACK
Calif. birth
Diego, announce the of a .. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon son, David Lee, II, born Nov. 4 at the STOVE TOP ', .
Nichols,Robbie Shaller, Mr.and Mrs. Naval Hospital, San Diego. I STUFFING CHAIR Fz
Travette Smith Mr. and Mrs. Bob '" --'--
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Strunk, Richard Solze Carol Brown Leona Saucer grandmother of Starke. Mrs. Betty Mrs. !!! "1 It Itw6s': # MIXCMICKINOrTUKXIV: 7*
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and Mr: and Mrs. Bill Wahl. The Baldwin of Gainesville Is paternalgrandmother. ,, ...__ "' .'
ladies were treated to a fancy can- .
dymaklng demonstration.Did Maternal great grandparents are .1.j 41iJ.jJ TOOTHPASTES CREST TOOTHPASTE e-oz.Ma.ro9 t:
Mrs. Essie Thagard of Starke and Mr. :' :

'and Mrs. Ted Gornto of Gainesville, 89.01-01. ,: iil' '1"9"; "., MINT
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Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Sr, of Q :! :J.J. SQUIBB' SWEETENED' -
Mr. and Mrs. Byron McIntyre at Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lynchof THERAGRAN-M :
Ponte Vedra Beach on Sunday. Mandarin spent the 1 last two weeks THERAPEUTICM' CONDENSED .. ? 3488 '
in October In Black Mountain, N.C. VITAMINS VITAMINS MILK .
Mr. and Mrs. Burge Searing and and also visited Mr. and Mrs: John BOTTLIOPIM 100. Pt688ttS, 30 FRQR 14-OX.Ma.1.M
daughter, Erin, of Atlanta, spent the Judd in Asheville and Mr. and Mrs. 1/a Jt28"x15/a"
weekend with his mother, Mrs. E.B. Billy Moore in Salisbury, N.C. 2", So' 11, Gk L'W$ .Mounted! orVcasters; :

Searing.Mr. ...
Mrs. Lu Green Sanders won in the "
and Mrs. Robert Dopson of President's Extravaganza contest Compare to 'Limit '- ,-' .. Limit 1, JOBE'S

Palatka spent the weekend with their with 'Gulf Life Insurance for this ,Tnerag an'M., .' ., PLANT
son and family' Dr. and Mrs. R.E.. region and was second in the U.s.and KEEBLER '
Dopson and aU attended the Florida received a weekend to the home of ir*
game on Saturday.Mr. Jacksonville Derail LendzUnr! *
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+ Lake Geneva, staff. nr aBer, slifar) s ;? +-1169sorTL +,

and Mrs. Mac Ba1dwin'spent won a.weekend at the home oKiciW <, Nair"4 "1! Y IW OR/1riAW CRa1CKRR 'i "
the weekend in New York where they rr.....+.r, $ ad bIDR ReY p.. L
saw the shows "Dream Girls" and 'Nov. 8 Duplicate Bridge Club win-
"You Can't Take It With You". ners were Lucilo Green and Marjorie
Thomson, first; Ida :Shaw and BAYER ASPIRIN
Myldred CUttino, second; and Jack of100 limit 2
and Burdette and Charles Riddle, third. wr
Mrs. P.D. Reddish, Mr. Mia.
Felix Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. A.L. SELF-
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas GOOD NEWS RAZORS
Sanderson visited Mr. and Mrs. S.E. spent : pAK ADHESIVE
in Jacksonville Sunday after Thursday to Monday with their MX Oft e: &.dl
noon.Reyes daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. ROBITUSSIN DM PARTY SUFfRKLIi*

Mark Trimpey In Tampa.Mr. COUCH SYRUP I
SNACKS l
Mrs. Christa Garavito of Miami 78
was Saturday to Monday guest of her Jacksonville. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of Limit 1' 2, t 2'' packs, | <
brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and were weekend guests of si*,

Mrs. D.W. Whiffen. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. ='M : H :

Mrs. Mack Williams has'returned Mrs. George Miller spent Thursday D6PREE BRONCHIAL LADY, .
to Sunday with Mr.. and Mrs. Jack
after three weeks in Alachua General
Hospital after surgery. Her daughter- Miller and family In Jacksonville. SYRUP DM /. SPEED: STICK LEADER QUAKER STATE

in-law, Mrs. Mack L. Williams, Jr. of They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. 59s-oz ,, ;.Awn CHRISTMAS DELUXE
Sylacauga, Ala. Is staying with her. Charles Shepherd of Tampa. MOTOR j '
r 2 SCRlItTB CANDIES!
Mrs. Minnie Coss and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton of St. 81 Urnit 2, lIARD or I'tU.I i Ti
Lucie and Mrs. Martha Johnston of
Richard Coss returned last Thursday d 2-L&TIN" '
after six weeks visit with relatives in Miami visited their sister, Mrs. Alice AFRIN I 1 .....2.10 1oWSO iIPJASAL
Kingsville and Granbury, Texas and Barron in the Green Cove Springs SPRAY Lim 7
Longmont, Colo. Geriatric Center over the weekend. 1S-ML s seaAt sar 'JEAN+ NATE* 191, .,
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WITH SPKML MSiATI ofFeR' .
CHRISTMAS.TREE ,(I'
Finally, inter 3 years.*..... .. 10.88 Sale Price I J

Hunting far'tfireei yeari. before and after her marriage to husband Scott iJ 3.00 'Mail-in Rebate '. }
who got he* interested in hunting In the first I
place.Marel
ikllls payed off Sunday, Nov. 13, as she bagged her tint deer.Debtor's shooting; 4988" 7.88our/ Final Cost ( I' i
This 8-pelnt buck was killed east of Starke,after Marel "'wor there heat levels, folding handle. .
wasn't anything in,those pine' trees; but I shot anywaj,." ,, 1 i I iI I

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: Legal November2Alter fullness.30WCH. CLAIROL KINDNESS 3-WAY: ,

HAIRSETTER '
the turkey has been picked' {io for the area of the Everglade south of J I.I .K47OS .*.. S4.tig
the bone Thanksgiving weekend, Tamiaml WITH SPECIAL IMATI OH>tr "'
Trial
(US-41)) lying east of
many hunters head for the ,woods I the. Everglades National t ,." TR!! TOP ca r ,
Park. The 29.88
;:looking for<< a different flavor,venison hunt will% not be allowed on of the Sale Price
any j
This year one's chances of bringing state's wildlife <.? -3.00
management areas. "Mail-In Rebate..._
home _
some venison over,,the\ long Daily bag limit for the deer Is two., '
weekend,will be greatly,unproved one. Jwt more than one of which 26.88
be
may an Your Final cost !
'day ; ,
,Saturday .K Cuteness doe or buck. It will not be, Conditioning mist, water i
; November',, hunters)! /
legal to take spotted fawns: .
mist sets.
will .permitted to' take; anterless'Tbe- statewide land GIFT WRAP or dry }
deer as well as deer<< with one or.D'iOre' nterlesa deer is private I e0-s0.FT.' ;
also
." day planned for
onesntle>Rs; ,' on i land, '
people who don t have !
rate access to cRe..1.a g
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throughout the' state. antorless deer either
because'
permits
deer season begins\ November 24 In {they have small PROCTORSILEXAUTOMATIC ,
the Northwest Region and November. not,for some reason landholdings hunt where or such can- "
12 In the rest of the state.;' ,' 'permits are available,",,Egbert said.. ASSORTED ELECTRIC ; "
According to an official with\the ""The-
Game and Fresh Water, Fish Commission -' :anUerless commission deer program already by,has permit an GIFT, BOXES ... JUICER I j
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; the 'either sex deer day>was only that deals with landownerswho oWHmOlr"'
moved to November from January, own or lease in excess of 150 acres,", ggt... tNesmNS tMJ111C
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when it.was held last season;to encourage according to 388
Egbert. He;; explained ,
greater hunter participation, that the special one-day hunt Nov. .g.132'INCH e I
on '
..Thanksgiving .weekend Is tradi, 38 will be allowed : 1 n
on any private Ian- I just fruit to reamer!
press
tionally a time When' families and dholdings without requiring a rnnitt,. SATIN'. i Stainless" steel' strainer. ,
blends
get together and go hunting "I' Cant emphasize too much how
says Dr. Allan Egbert, assistant Important it is that the hunters obtain OR I I
director<< of the Commission's Division permission from'' landowner before NAMENTSdIPAcxoI'24 1'I'
of Wildlife''"So this is an Ideal time to' going hunting," Egbert said. "As te.g a es 5
hold the anterless deer bunt" always, hunters should respect Mtier '
The hunt will be allowed on private" people's property and she consitle aland'ortly / IDIGITECHi r
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"...Because of them, our lives are free. Because of them, our nd air echo the l glory'of their valiant
said Judge George Pierce, speaking at the Veteran's Day the murmuring wave, their bodies LirriA
Starke. men, their souls go marching on. .,
Some 150 persons, including the Bradford High Band which of them our nation lives. r
Spangled Banner, took part in Veteran's Day ceremonies 'known but to God'- was buried
disabled, and deceased American servicemen in front of the Potomac River and the city of
thouse Friday, Nov. 11. burial alt* of this unknown
Wreaths honoring the veterans were laid at the base of the of dignity. and reverance for a r
courtyard by the Girl Scouts, the Disabled American Veterans,
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars the Starke Woman's Nov. 11 wherein each country join-
Volunteers of America. A sprig of Acaaia was laid on the base at 11 a.m. (the 11th hour. 11th
by the Starke Shrine Club. known as Armistice Day. There was
: At attention with their swords raised In honor of the and it became a national holiday 13
Knights Templar of the Bradford Commandery of the Masonic .' -
group connected to the Lawtey Masonic Chapter and War.In 1954, a bill was signed
black uniforms with white shoes and white plummed hats as wars.'r' November 11 a* Veterans'.
and sprig of Acasia were laid down.It to rededicate themselves to the
was the classiest ceremony in recent years. Judge George ; ;
mander of American Legion Post 56 which sponsors the and Grenada with our soldiers,
56 is trying to improve the ceremony. It was the first time an those freedoms we so deeply believe
such as the Knights Templar of the Bradford Commandery of well have served it with their.
York Rite, has been present. JROTC members stood at bodies. "
members held American, Florida, and Disabled American
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Fred Siddons, a veteran who operates the Volunteers of we do them.honor.,Let Us'
", Starke was master of ceremonies. Siddons introduced ( X14 t' ri 1 tty
Judge George Pierce, who had a busy day as he and Chamber lives to a real America!:The land of ,
Wilson cooked breakfast early Friday morning for all who America worth fighting for
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Other were forever apart. -I'<; ? ;r, y breakfast at Post M.> Marjorie Mobley' of. Chlefland.' above composed'": "
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REMEMBER TrlVp&DUNk: IS NOON, MONDAY NOVEMBER 21. .

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1'. EALNIfREKLYTRARUAE, OCHCFOEADKMBNN OSLUNAPRRDACUNPPU. 6. TOSAHRSPFYOPSERKAT Final test of Bradford High grid- positea. For BAS Robert Carver is i
ders will be this Friday night when short but has speed to get out of the I I
I TNIRECUGIIER EMPNDMCYAHY; ,I\t/.i\\,il'< /,.\\:, the Tornadoes will travel to take on' pocket to sight and hit receivers. For 4 'I fMiddleburg i
'.' I JJ:I' Class 3A Middleburg beginning at 8 Andy Zarryckek is taU of
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7. i' x""rt: '. ford Coach David will be Tyson. Tyson, also out the first of the '
t 7jrrEESATROTME.i' : \":, TGTSAAMEOUHAOSRPTTA; ',' 10. Hurse. "It al
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; .).- : tough game for us." season, .I,
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:',,' "{ J .. it', J" 1. \,' ; f..'i $;$$/ \ will to 5-4 Davis came through last week with i
;.. 'I ;.{ ,,'> ,;;.. C, .. i.'y @"",';' : u r m-t; .afc.v"' ,< y.]1' try' improve a season rushing for an of I
I ; record. 122 yards average

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11,.OCMITERYOLESAMNYP ,'RUOTSKDCGROHE ''' : 13 RAMLLA'HSKACRLK are well coached and have some goocikids ;;;; Middleburg are fullback Rex I.:
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'''''I', ", 'i'llt't/ .\' :,d2M"/ dS "'.I"{ ';t.. :.:t. .'''tA''. 1 ((' "p, "'(,", v rI.tIIt,(, try .. ; '...,'1\f\' r r ..0", .. ? There is some condradictlon about type runner and Harrell 'is effective, Ion
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15. ALGE WRELTNIRDC''a" ; 17, OETACKEVLREHLSL.DO-. everybody we play." best blocker on the line,according the
16/AKREAMTDKRNSEORr Hurse says "they are a good sized BHS report.
O.RF.; FURTFINEU; :. : fL't )\ y EREEACHT Class 3A school and have played good Guards for Middleburg are Timmy
football during the year.: Moore and John Garrison, both good
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dleburg's biggest lineman is tight and Eddie Forrester. Both are tough
.. v -'fsrf defensive end Mike Ortega at 175 and aggressive according to.'+the''
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23. ROTROPYCNICRUL1ZK.NT.BOGNODOHIERHSR. 26. LRBFKNDIOAI AnNAT "They have real good speed and can the quickest in the Bronco defen-
24.JEMGRJHYFLAtDASNSRE( 25. RSLIEHMCTDLGUO'ERTS break." sive backfield. He has better than
;to '" \ '"n: ,, ip.'C ; SANKATLIOE "I feel like that we 'have- put average speed but Is not big according
ATEREPIE2' 1 t, 11' .1; : ,. 1' everything together and are ready to to the report.
I"'t" )\" ::>\ play a rood football game," ,notes Bradford defensive line Coach Mike
'. ,\,' Hurse.' 'We just have to keep it Sexton said "Middleburg is one of the
,.. 1. \ together." /- < stongest teams that we will have fac-
Wi ,, Last week the Bronco's lost 16-0 to ed all year. Hopefully we will rise to
,' Baker County while Bradford rolled the occasslon. They are a good ball
2:1. SCETRORTIETB.'CVSA'' 28. ETROFNAREDFEULALN 29.' ROPYHOPYHTGTBAKIEj: ; | f 301: VTSS&ABSICBGGNUPK over Hawthorne 27-0. Quarterbacks club and I just hope we can hang in

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: 37. TM.RANAJLSETATNIREO 38NNCFAMDAYNEHCO.E Offensive Lineman-Tommy Johnson: Johnson, a senior, anchored the offensive ft
35 SAUTRPEDSMTPNEMTOERST 36..TPNBSNQPEECWTOEISL: LGR '. ,j line for BHS for a successful running attack against the Hcrnets last f ,

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39. IARUTAANCESRHTANLN&ENRADMASHCCUEIN2S 40. ARREGAHHSOWDDE 41'?E E IL SWOROrISLST have Specialty been consistent Teams-Rick during Braawell the season.and Joha'David Braswell is averaging Francis! Both the kickers area of I'i'

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Liberty Skyline Commodore CatsHna CARDS & GIFTS' \. : .. ..-. ;',;-.,,964-5231.; ,f.,

Single and Double Wides .\111. ', W' .. _

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to the adrenalin rush some athletes get when they'fe in competition.The .
,"The Sport of Qusanst'F ',r*'i t 1 dogs'can take up to a day and a half to calm down completely after a

j ; "that's what they bain*'etttUM sport greyhound racing since its misty race, according to Henry, and must be built up slowly.' back into racing. form In
1eF' origins far back in ancient Egyptian: history when Cleopatra, among other the weeks after the race is over. .
Egyptian queen, amused ttow* lves racing the specially bred dogs. "These dogs are literally born and bred to race," Henry says. "The training
takes around 14 months and It is all concentrated teaching the dogs to get used -
'. Y it Today Greyhound racing to *Ug business and you don't have to go far from on
Keystone to find one the bfegeirt operations around its located on Hwy. 26 on to racing conditions. It's a real fulltime job. I've lived here on the farm for
the way to MelnNl!..and !jtsubtttt Iji operation for! the past 25 years. the past three years. Now, I couldn't get away even If I wanted too."
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Owned and operated b/ Matte and sister Dot Allen, the farm has'been lirst born. ,

producing cbamplorJa.-ace' on tracks all over' Florida and the "They've got it made," chuckles Ms. WIWams: "They eat better than some
ted States. 3f" people do. We start them on chicken soup believe It or not then after they're .
It's a full time b lnele;" Thot .two sisters raise pupa,train them in the In- weaned, they get a special mixture of chicken and rice or barley in a kind of
tricacies of racing, then *end tlsa hest of the bestthere are over 150 dogs at the stew. We also have a little variety beef stew every other day, After they're six
facility' at any one time),'"to .racetracks, most of them in central-southern months old they eat up to a pound and a half every day. r

Florida. /->*& Greyhounds are some of the purest of the purebreds In existence today, according -
'. "We love it out here:jroVy& *ffotto love this Job to do It for this long" Ms. Allen to Henry. .
aid as she knelt beside a spacious pen filled with a squirming litter of pupa.' "It began 10 Egypt, literally in the days of the Pharaohs when the royalty
"These are my babies right herej I take care of the pups and we've always got s amused themselves by breeding the dogs for competition much. we do here at I
$ rd .bunch to take care of.; We've Out four separate litters going right now and ,the farm today" Henry said. The sport was exported to England and Ireland I
they're a handfull.) I have *'lot of tun with these little ones, the big dogs are too when the British occupied Egypt and then spread over to the states in the 1800's.
,strong for me now." \yfcii; The sport has grown ever since. All you have to do to to take a good look at attendance
Kennel director Ron Henry- ,*.t sident at the farm for the past three years, records being broken at Florida tracks to tell. ,
handles the bigger dogs. He was taking! about 20 of the graceful animals out for, The Mosier greyhounds race at tracks In Miami, Flailer-BUIIn8ll.Monticello,
r ) a run on the afternoon this repofter arrived.The dogs are kept in long, grassy and Fort Meyers. : .' ,
runs which give them plenty of room+ to stretch their legs. Track owners sign racing contracts with breeders like the Master operation, .I
Henry would pull his pickup beside the fence let loose with a hearty shout, who are then allowed to send oneCin each classification) of their best dogs to
then gun the motor sending" Ma.truck' barreling down the side of the pens. race. They compete against other large kennel owners and private owners who
4 It was no contest -' ?*$! may just have one or two dogs. .
The graceful dogs easily outraged the pick-up time after time. the Mosier operation is one of the few remaining outs type which begins with
"I gave up trying to beat them.'*Henry laughed as he came to a stop.."Someof young puppies and advances them to the heights of the racing world.
those clop can run up to 47 mil| per hour.That's' a lot faster than I can go out. "We had an international champion in 1977,her name was Chert-Ruth and she
here in the Held with the trnck.1'! could really fly," Ms. Allen said., "We've: had many other dogs do well since
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as."The Henry dogs are really In" a resting- i a y hounds: pace Tag

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radloni .High, T........ vs. Mlddlcburg Sronca Its a tough ulgnmont for the TornadoM f .: and UF collection lecture-lide presentation by Dr. Oauphna*...*-.,

a> they go up against 3A Mlddlcburg thl. Friday night In MMdloburg. Kickoff to Iiirrnnim ,tlur. I,} lrimiiln c-1""'' ; ..from the Galnetvllle Suxukl Player Friday Novamber 25 of the- Thomas Center: .
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'oaf H agalmt. 1-0 Wavi -- pmj: Golimvllla. ;-i' iTi" ''y : B I j Feature a Florida cave, five va. the Hall of Florida/ History and .
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I. i ; .',; V'S$.rke CItY CemmlMkm will meet at 7 p. Paloca Object Gallery. weekday Saturday Tudny open till
Unhroralty of Florida. Cross Country MM Mil b* held on Friday,' November IS at th I and located the ......,
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and old and to sot for Friday November 1 a at 7:30: p.IIt.ln Keystone Height High School f JW v' : ; Concerts'Jvn ',' .

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: e ':S\"' ( from 7:30 ".,!,,'y.8:30: p.M Call 473-3964 for mote Information. ."" RoglMor t .173.3730for mow Wonrwlten v'A, ; : .,! coI nunlc to the Jack onvllla Civic.:Auditorium Friday, November 39 for e concert

; lnnftj Of 8 p.m. Rocker Joe Walsh opine up In' a *peclal:. guest appearance,.Thto to
Cede** ievrt The tperf ef Iha Mind begin NoY'. b.r'20 with final on Oecembor :n;, ; ;
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\.. Patrick' Mfcoal The society .to dodlceted to the performance and plaWng. of 'claikal cJ;! ';fl,*.. T... Colnatvllla Connnunliy shay : Sp.d.l.l.. jH L ii.fa I b".I':: '#o'1?; tr \ : 4) .
) Oularv, rta.$ Three concert; arc planned. for'jhe' : I983-B4 Mown. Ml gultarlit'....,,'t:,eom.dylbw../ Parson Slndulor.! : .... Will ? rod"Saturday. November. .38 !In Curtis Nixon Haiti' fampat T7th t. ore ".SO
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Waddell.A-B Honor Roll-Christy Redding
roll students for the first six Marla Scott. Jill Strickland, Tammy' Jo
weeks grading period at Lawtey Green A-B 11Rou..Jennlfer
James Cox
Tatum, Sheila Tew,
Elem. are listed below, according to Crawford, Will A Honor Lancaster.Roll-Kimberly Judsoni A Honor Roll-Tlmmy Coleman -
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teachers. Unlssa King. A-B Honor Roll-
McClellani A Honor Roll-Tina Johnson and Jason Pilcher. A-B
Michael Blalock,
Roll-Karen Hardee Dana Nor- Johnny Barnes
Johnson Melanie Honor
Eunice Gregory Donna Fralick, Melissa Starling,
Osteen, and Veronica Williams. A-B man, Mark Shuford, Cindy Harris.
Honor Roll-Vickie Carter, Tamara Vernnaci A-B Honor Roll-Leslie Regina Wiggins. .
Cauley, Donald Koehler,. Anthony Williams, Leo Starling Samantha
ns>Lttir' Grade-Joyce Johnson A-B
McNeal, Justin Redding. and Sarah Hodges, Kendra Butler First '.
Rhona Crews. Honor Roll-Tamara Austin, Matthew
Bright Stephen
(Clarence Smith.
r + pf Is' Ha mil ton t A Honor Roll-Ruth Anne Folsom: A. Honor Roll-Kim Lee. Griffis, Sherry Henderson, Sherman
h V n Ttrpwer ""''''bt' Wop*"" r>enm. ROBS. _
Harris Cox. A-B
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ShufordB Honor Roll-Shane
Griffin,Melissa Ciereol,Brian Fogar-
Hankerson, Audrey
Massey; Heidi Sapp, Mark Scott. r rates btlleved that piercing 'the ,car* and
Aaron A Honor Roll-Erin Wilkins wearing an earring Improved the eyesightLouAnn's ;. .' :r...
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Jennifer Haga, Laterra Johnson : Azalea &. Blueberry Farm .: ( ,
Kitties, Mlsti Padgett, Davki
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\11t'.L Starling and Stephanie Traylor, Corner of 24th Avenue South & Forsylh Road
IA, Hobbi: A-B Honor Roll-Rochelle Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to farm '
Prevatt, Bradley Ball, Alicia.
Clemons,and Misty Crawford'Boyett Now Open Friday'& Saturday 8:30-5:00: .
A Honor Roll-Sklppy '
'Crawford.; : A-B Honor Roll-Paul. Favorite Varieties of Landscaping & Potted Plants'I

Crawford, Mark King. Friendly Almosphira Coma See Us
Brown A-B Honor Roll-Angela
Redding, Brandy Ross Bridgett' Louisa I Debra HlgMower and Valerie Johnson Management Team
Life Members of Florida Sheriff's Youth Fund... Holder. Specials Regulary
Redding: A-B Honor Roll-Shauntol 964-7109
For their contributions to the Florida Sheriff Boyi Marian,left,and husband Bill,right,receive a plaque Houston, Brian Redding, Glenda .... "
Ranch. Marian and Bill Flnucan of Bradford County denoting their life membership from Bradford. Sheriff Rosier.
have been awarded life membership In The Florida Dolph Reddish Bennett: A-B Honor Roil-Michael

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To our. 4trAnnu,,\ jjChristmas Open House.
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Church Activities.. Deepest sympathy of the community Santa's helpers. \ :| ,
Is extended to Mrs. Shelly Bowen The Halls have beeng4decked" with The New
Saturday evening, Nov. 19, at 6 and family of Starke and Miss Dianne
p.m..Grace United Methodist Church Rowe of Lawtey because of the deathof England greens 'apd.'l' freshments will be serv-
will have their annual! Thanksgiving their mother, Mrs. Gloria Rowe.
dinner, in the Social Hall. Our prayers are with them. ed all day. There will//! be an hourly drawing
Mrs. Lois Carter Mr. and Mrs.
Personals... Leon Starling, Mr. and, Mrs. George beginning at lj:00: im. and one "super"drawing Beer- WI ne-Mixers.

Leslie Phillips'and son Brian of Shuford, Mrs. .Gladys Carter, Mrs. for "One' Tomorrow's Treasures" 'L Owned Price Wise' Stores
Jacksonville visited his mother, Mrs. Wade Gaskins and Mrs Marcella by
O.J. Phillips'and sister;" Mrs. Fate Carter attended Miss Debbie Phillips' l Ken Graham a.fter 6:00 j .m. Joined Together To'Save You Money
Redd, of Macon, Ga., on Monday. birthday dinner at Lake Butler on .
Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs-Jeanette Sunday.Mr. Some of our crafts people will/! be at work, a UANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Hamilton spent the weekend with and Mrs. Earl Troxell, Mrs. *
Mrs. Geneva Redding of Wildwood. Pat Hayes of Lawtey, their son-in-law stroll'ing.minstrel! and: :'achorus: of young voices
They attended the wedding of Mrs. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. David .
will( jV' .
Geneva Reddmg's granddaughter. Kelly, went to their nephew's Gary carofor.you. .. tf I.
Miss Dana Redding. Howell's wedding Nov. S In Deerfield Please '"come' Sat.;.Nov.; 19th from 10:00 to Old
Mrs..Maines Griffis and children of Beach. They visited their son-in-law Ancient
Palatka spent the weekend with her and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig 6:00 (rain or shine) for an Olde Fashioned New ThompsonBlend
mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson while Carroll and family of Boca Raton fora Age 4
Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Jeanette couple of days before returning England/ Christmas at the; Country. fe dr./ ; :

Hamilton were gone to Wildwood.Mr. home. w .JLfiUkri.. i t e 86 Jack LTR
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and Mrs.Charles Starling and Mrs. Wordie Melton of Ocoee' I LTR
and their mother, Mrs. Ola returned home with her DanleFs
family daughter
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Starling. visited their son and Mrs. Winnie Teston?,last week and I eos1 : ;;
'dat ughterhilayKnd! bra. ,JoeynAshle .will be with her for some time. ry, 01::& o--III: a U ., .lt y.yti lI'Wun ;i 9 t t 41 d2 I .alAf ,...",...",,/'
"" *-<,*>1 .' r itttU: MnCTSttt: "" .WfI ''''''i ree isvAipbncetiWWednesday 1Mrs. flat PhtHJp8" aft4 "JUIW! '!"II RA if3fuldl. ...Ir.g n#J1R/ '1 NJlJir"If l' ; I {
until Mdlfday.'sr Redd, of Macon, Ga. attended Miss I I"TI .as,!l tl1gAa f> 1,
We are happy to have Mrs. Danny Debbie Phillips' birthday dinner on .: 4I Dr 6Rrrtnt. ..
Phillips home on Saturday from St. Sunday_ .. Lake Butler. 'I'
Luke's Hospital. Jacksonville. She is -'-

feeling some better. Danny stayed filii
with her mother while she was there. Christian
Our prayers are with her.
Miss Elizabeth Terry would like to 4i 9 Bros.
know if she loaned two books, "Fling ... 3
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the Old Testament," written by rsay'INCREDIBLE Vodka .
Donald Brandeis. If so, please return 750
them to her. LTR
Mrs. Fred Moore has just returned "HURRY NOW"
Thursday from a trip to the Holy Land r Smirnoff 799
PRICEREDUCTIONS
with a ,group from First Baptist SALE 4 9 Vodka
Church, Starke. They toured Israel
and spent two days in Jordan. e 1.75 L nstiu hen
Mrs Genelle Underwood and son of FREE tM! y
Green Cove Springs spent the PRICES SO LOW STANDARDINSTALLATION M. n r 17iSeagraln's /
weekend with her parents, Mr. and Ek \
Mrs. Earl Prevatt. 'THEY'RE CENSORED. _. : i
Mr.and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and -.
family of Lakeland spent the weekend ,.
with their mother, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright t. .

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Manor, Jacksonville, and Mrs. II I XL 100 ,
Shirley Newport of Orange Park attended I '5'Flags
services at Grace United i
..Methodist- Church, on Sunday morningPeople feC V.O. Vod. Scher ey

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to used around patios and pools, Automatic! deluxe touch 1, .' ,
control features Litton'. _... sL
truck beds Are carpeted, e 4 / .
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energy Auto-Cook and Auto-Oefrot ...... wow V.rI1OCI.
walls in homes are carpeted,etc. selector for economy. system, delay Mart, : and ',
It seems there Is no end to the .. 4 water level selections for clock.. .s. ,'r :
uses that can be made of carpet. proper load size saves energy a Large L6 cubic foot' oven. .. a-h' Front-load VCR with
Carpet has proven to be one of the e s automatic timer' cycles.. Sat It ,e Two position Meal-In-One* WI i Remote Control AD THRU N8VEM6ER 23 1Jessies
and forget It. rack, : M notion Infrared remote 1 I
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Lake By Region Linda Monitor Wharton Editor f-'" .... a robert. harris salon I

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Over 100 sportsmen and their v.; 'i' our
guests attended the Lake Region / \' r for that new,'beautiful, holiday

Chapter Of the Ducks Unlimited ban T g, image you want.
quot held in Keystone Heights last 1 .
Thursday night, ((Nov. 3) the
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Club. rrviHmrDrafcJi Offering complete! _hair care
According to finance chairman J J T LinviJKLVlflL
services
Mike Zike the banquet grossed ap by. our expert stylists.
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proximately $11,000 with the sale of
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DU prints, guns and various hunting THIS COUPON IS .
equipment and items that were auc ,
tioned off by professional auctioneer
Ben Campen. WORTH...
Guest speaker for the evening was Toward l Any $ 5
Dr. O. Earl Frye, former Florida
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- Salon Service + .

sioner of Tallahassee. _Before Dec. 1 SwlthjJz!!! '
Frye explained the purpose of i ....aAppointments
Ducks Unlimited and the part it plays not*

r.p.V I r Ducks conservation.Unlimited was founded In v-\..VrY"1IDN\ Y necessary...,

}. 1937 to help restore and rehabilitate 504 w.,call 964-8431 walk In. : ,
l{ prime waterfowl breeding grounds In just right ,
I Q Canada where over 70 percent of :
; North America's waterfowl are hat- ,I I_
ched. These grounds were nearly
destroyed as a result of the sudden '
!, and massive westward expansion of r .
? civilization after World War II and '
{ the subsequent draining and cultivation jOOabr t gn
'\ of the land.The severe drought of'
I the 1980s also contributed to the
decline continental waterfowl

,, populations.Since DU'a inception, It has com- Ducks Unlimited Auction... %r jjfT[ t'tt"frf f>f* December 17 7:00 p.i rn.tradition.

pleted more than 2,100 wetland Ducks Unlimited member Herb Nelson shows ErIa The annual event raises money for the national eonser- 2U ? 11111 I holiday !
:restoration projects benefitting man Owea one of the many ,paintings. for sale at the recent vatloa group which works to preserve natural habitats for -a
;as well by creating a stabilized water Ducks Unlimited auction held In Ke'ltoaI ts. wild birds. at First ,United
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: agriculture,
supply : industry andmunicipalities. .
t "More than $198 in 1973 for boys and girls under the set a $41 million goal for 1983. The Ducks Unlimited print of the :Methodist Church
million has been raised in DU's age of 18,now boasts a membership of. The early bird winner of 12 gauge year, entitled "Night Flight" went to ,
<45-year history $148 million of which weU over 40,000. Remington Model 100 shotgun was high bidder Mike Redfearn.. The DU
';has been spent on.wetland.improves Ducks Unlimited has reserved Dr. Richard Odom of Starke. .: ticket print went to Ben Campen and and
'-ment and management. some 3,200,000 habitat acres which Greg Moyer of Keystone Heights the Florida Duck Stamp Print Went to Dine on.. roast beef
\ provide mites ol vital was the high bidder on the 1983 Ducks Bob Hill. flaming plum pudding in it
(I.. .Present, DU membership stands at ,nesting shore for waterfowl,whileat Unlimited commemorative shotgun. Many door prizes were awarded to '
;Approximately 459,000. many of the same time offering refuge to Bob Williams was high bidder for various guests and these ranged from Elizabethan splendorl I
whom have been enrolled by the over hundreds of other species of wildlife: 'another D.U. 12 gauge shotgun and turkey callers to coffee pots.
2,450.. DU committees nationwide. In 1982 DU raised over $34 million for Mike Zike was high bidder- on 'the The steak dinner was catered by .....Renalssance dance,
.DU's Greenwing program. Initiated wetland habitat restoration and has Greenwing! Special gun. jfe Mr. Mac's Family Restaurant. / muslt'and song'highligFjt, I Iti i:

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I |\ Thanksgiving. Fun Run Nov. 19 at Santa Fe 'fjg campus I c Featuring \t '

j ';; ..t Starke Repertoire. ChoraleTickets'12.00 .'

p, The First Annual Thanksgiving Fun North Central- Florida Community go to support Mental Health programs I ,
winners male '
female all '
!*Run is scheduled for Saturday, Novr Mental Health Center. place and In ana services.. u
'?19,- at 9,a.m. at the Santa Fe Com-' There will be a 1-Mile Fun seven categories plus an over-all Commerce,
Immunity College South Campus, Run/Walk and a 5,000 Meter Road I male and female winner. ,11\ To register, contact Nate Shaw at Avallabla at Chamber of
4 located on SW 13th Street' (Highway ,Run. Male and female age categories felon' the North Central Florida Community
<'441 and Williston Road. All area will be used for the 9,000 Meter Run. The $5 pre-reglatration fee ( Mental Health Center 3615 SW 13th Sponsored by Stark Repertoire/ Choral
'jj|residents are urged to participate, as They are: ages 10 and under; 11-17; race day) will Include a T-shirt and a Street, Gainesville, Fl. 32808; or can and Fslth-tn-tlm Art Concert SeriesARMWIDE ,i'i'I '
i,;.this event$ being sponsored by the 18-24; 23-34; 35-44; 4544; 55 and over. prize drawing ticket.All proceeds will" 376-5364. ,
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fl fen 'Th*.final evening, pro-registration ,pbutwlahing,, to register through the., reglate durth1P\1l fl;). regular office I .' .
Dr '.1 tePcIl''atSa n.ce J1.I1\! rog.tet by Moon hours In-Starke .from 8 a.m.to 3:30: \ .iI.
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Poinsettia . "'! ,
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i, A Florida Tradition At Christmas .. fc i in' Bradford' Union and'I' Clay Counties

Highly prized throughout Florida "pulctierrima, is from the Latin adjec 'not parts of the flower 'instead; they'
!I-:and widely beloved as a symbol of the tive pulcher meaning beautiful or are highly modified petal-like leaves,
i Christmas season is the poinsettia.No handsome. The Romans used In- which the botanist calls bracts. The
,sj:other flower can make such a brilliant teni ers which they tacked on to their so-called white flowers of the ;?:
show of-.bright red'throughout the adjectives. Thus when' the old dogwood are also bracts.
"festive weeks of December .and botanist Karl Ludwig Willdenow) was Another excellent use of polnsettiasIs S
January. searching for a suitable name for the as cut flowers. The bracts need to{ .
S The poinsettia Euphorbia pulcher- new Mexican plant,he be describe be treated to coagulate the milky sap < Nov. -Dec..4 ;j':
<'rlma. Is a member of the spurge family about 150'years ago beautiful and reduce wilting. Immerse the cut. S ,, M
\, which includes common ornamentals calling it 'the very Euphor- end of the stem In hot water for one' ..
like crown-of-thorns, copper-leaf bia., or Euphorbia( pulcherrinta.This minute and then place Immediatelyinto I : : ,
castor-bean and Florida's colorfuicrotons. example of how a plant is named- cold water. An alternate method, 1
Bradford School
; .'The naming of the poinsettia points out of the the Importance scientific and is to singe the cut end of the stem over High Auditorium t : ;]
significance namingof
Is a story In itself. ,a flame for a second or two and thea'lace .......' '
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hi cold water.Cut the flowers at'y ,r'. v' I. :
The 'name, poinsettia obvious when learn ( \ \ ,
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honors Joel R. Poinsett of Charleston, the Latin meaning and the name is be used and : :.. .
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store in a place. I ,
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,Mexico" introduced this' plant from Latin or a Latinized form of Greek. \1 .'. .,
/Mexico about 1830. The genus name, Another interesting about If you're given a potted poinsettia\ "\ NI". '
.:Euphorbia, comes from the Greek'' is their "flowers"point The for Christmas,, don't throw it away ,, ". .,
and includes poinsettias after the Save the until", '
physician Euphorbus. holidays. plant
true flowers small and, :& : ,'
are '
many herbs and shrubs having acrid green there! Is no danger of a freeze ands Great Crusader y\. '
and The
yellow inconspicuous! showy
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\\i \ \ \\\ member of TBT's corps, James York. Second, it gives the company a
q\\\\ :will be participating In the company'sNew chance to demonstrate their best

It 1 f,:;... \. : Underwritten York City debut.by a'. major grant and work to to have their their peers work in the tested dance against world
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: ; .1 1O,323 the debut took place on Friday,. sophisticated audience.
'.\ Nov. 11, at Brooklyn Center for the Sibyl Jacobson president of the
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\\ \JWI\ Performing Arts at Brooklyn College.The
NAT1b -- New York debut also showcased "The Foundation is especially pleased
--- ; TBT's rare Indian ballet "The Four'Moons' to be able r't, ", as well as ballets from,the .country's vjregional ballet
-.-.;; 1.O.0 It \ t' Y company's Ballet Russe tradition In- companies to national attention."
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else' may be looking for Just that article to have everything setup and ready to
for themselves or as a Christmas go by that time.Proceeds '
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I always meaning to have garage sale used to develop the Fairgrounds on
to get rid of these items or we mean to Highway 121 North.The Fair Association
1984F-350 1984 Window Van drive around and visit various garage plans to build a multi-use facUlty
f': EXPLORER sales to search for real bargains. To there so! that a variety of events cn be
Pickup "Dualie" 138" auto, air glass :duoI I" ( make this process easier on everyone, held on the grounds. But, it takes lots
/ ":, P PACKAGE the Baker County Fair Association is .of money to clear the property and
460,V-8, tilt, cruise, windows, tanks; tilt cruise, wheel r- sponsoring their first annual Giant construct buildings. "
Outdoor Flea Market at the Ag Center Don't miss the Flea Market.'This
door\ locks, AM-FM cass., light covers. cometalk turkey:! ) gl50(4x4)Power ( : ) ,In Macclenny on Saturday, Dec 3. will be a chance to shop all at one

group, sports Instrument dash, Steering ,To reserve your space,just call the, at location what you and have for a to real sell.crowd Come on to out look I'
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years ago,the PTA has been x 1 k
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t 600 miles. aeo miles of the
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/A section of the Florida Trail *v 301 DK1VE-IN
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i : County across the center of Starke 964-7484;
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with maximum use of the .Y :
VTA has utilized Slate and
Forests 'State Parks and
Management Areas whenever f J ; M tilt, #; MOMEPLUS
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pass through Goldhead Branch ;
Park in Clay County.In .
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spite of a drizzle, a I group of ".
members, who were referred to
Goldhead Park Ranger as, "a
bunch", rambled down the : 0. 4
trail at Goldhead Saturday,
equipped with slings, clippers, RiG'11UREATiL
and rain gear.Their mission to finds'Y S. '
the trail and cut back

undergrowth. .
Ned Kraft of Ormond Beach,
section leader, for 28 miles leads loge Hutchison and Grace Ekins down. one.of The group performs maintenance en trail systems throughout Florida.
Trail f including the three Branch State Park. "

maintenance Goldhead. was assisted In this : of woods, into law an amendment which made terested In obtaining more informa- "
venture
chison of Lake Geneva by Inge Harv and come upon the parts of the Florida Trail which tion about the PTA activities may fl-
-Grace Ekins of Jacksonville- and grass. Around pass through any federal land part of write to P.O. Box 13708 Gainesville
'.',' Lake with its the National Scenic Trail System. Fl 32604 or call (904) 378-8823. 7T
Jim.
; 13-year-old son, in large trees '
X'I One of the attributes of the Florida Kraft Is planning a day hike at
"I'd like to see the nucleus of 'suddenly ap
n Who live In this area be '\ constantly Trail said Kraft, is that,"It is con Goldhead on January 14 It will be I
'""f: love for the outdoors and "nature trail"at hiking trail of any considerable lengthin have a Ranger come along to give a
the and the FTA talk the 'said
!about the FTA was the hike country on park, Kraft explaining
expounded the from afar as designates October through April as that there would be no charge
-[';throughout the year. as if effortlessly. North Florida. ,k hiker need bring only a lunch, water,
'":' of colors A great challenge remains for a rain gear and Insect repellent.When
and
Single family turkey oaks hardy enthusiast of hiking Accordingto : dusk fell that Saturday on .
available
'memberships are wings with the group at Goldhead no one has Goldhead's rain-covered forest the Quality Used
nominal fee and the Cars
although '
continuous. section of the walked the entire length of '\the slings and clippers of the PTA groupsilenced '
? Florida brokenat
Trail which although Soon the nocturnal wildlife
located in North Florida, Kraft a State Park points, extends from Alligator which call Goldhead home slowly
has led a group of PTA members on the trees to in the
Alley, Everglades to Juniper emerged.They found that their would
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4ft day backpacking trip blazes were Creek in the Panhandle, ., had been left' unthreatened, for as 6888

wilderness membership of In Alaska South Florida said is direction hikers that or The PTA which Is a non-profit ly daylight, signs slip into had darkness momentarily the on- -4xf A/C; Block. .,... .. . .! .. . ... .
more active than here in !. organization has Its main hes'dquarters
in Gainesville. Invaded the world of nature were footprints 82Chcvettc
Florida. :
in the sand 42.8- f
Walking the Florida who has taken t ''t i ATA/CNice, .'.' v-----..... ........'.iJ.i.H..;....
since Jim .
was
,..poldhead.isja| special klnd.of. "" .;" I
{" itf o&r Th8Trail the"FA'gets : O ; ; i.9!
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"...'"'',.,\._?II J"easily traveled.l. .UOD,(Oaks,. 'pines iJIttIf requests.e' rn''..: 5 Sp. s p .I."!'.... . '," ... .'...... ... .88 I
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abound
17 throughout 1A"
wildflowers .
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Firebird ,
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hIke At one moment the hiker Reagan signed, 45 ..... "i.. !

'.'It' PU ION AT A/C.' Nice ... .-e. . ... . . . 9 288;

,. More. Greyhounds ..From Page STATE OF FLORIDA 81 Cutlass ;I V ,,,; :

then" /but you alwayTbope for another champion JUke her. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Supreme) CP, sharp v,. ; \Pi\ e i."8'. . . . 6488'
That illustrates the risks greyhound raisers take when they begin an opera- ":,. '. .
: Won like the Hosier's or even on a much smaller scale. 81 Chevy Pick-up : '
said he came in from SURPLUS MOBILE EQUIPMENT : >
"It's a big gamble from start to finish, Henry as 5988
another day 01 workouts with his" charges"All you can do is train them as weU. State Maintenance. Yard West Railroad Street 4x4, .sharp ... . ; : i,' . . .,. . .
you can and hope for the belt. ,
'We will always spot a few dogs who In goOd tImes on the traInIng track LAKE FLORIDA I
.,seem real fast and outdo the other dogs they run with,"Henry says. "But there( CITY,
real racing situation you can't traIn for: The,
; intangibles in a
rare many
;>. crowd, the noises, the other strange dogs lit the starting gate nearby, these' 11:00'A.M. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1983
'' ,-'them on the track."
"' Henry tries to duplicate the race-time conditions as closely as he can, 9:00. A.M.. 11:00'A.M.: SALE DAY
/f' however. Ha has a starting gatea low slim metal enclosure blinded on three
TERMS CASH CASHIERS CHECK; COMPANY CHECK WITH
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: sides with a small window In front) and a training harness. rued around a cir
i 11.j'ctilar track to get the dogs used to running:in the circular a real track;/ BANK LETTER OF CREDIT. NO PERSONAL. CHECKS OR
*$After the dogs are six months old. they are taken to a larger dirt track in Ocala' CREDIT CARDS.
which is the same size as a standard racing track.. A D.po lt of'300.00 par Auto or P.U. may be mod at Sale Tim.. Bakinc to be
:f;. Bach track signs\ contracts with from 15-18 different- kennels who then supply paid by 1 P.M. Monday Nov.3t. 1983 or you HMFOT your P..po lt.
: the clop aDd keep the -ITEMS TO BE SOLD-
tlSoofor ( the division which is known .'
v," A dog can earn up to$ winning top as
;,;Class A.I Dogs begin their careers competing uva special race called the ,,20' PICK UP TRUCKS 'r- 77.78 Dodges and Fords :
i tl "Maiden Race'; Titty/ must,win" this first competition, to advance up in the' 44 AUTOS 77-70 Plymouths and Dodges Waww
,',classifications, .from D to A.,
,
J' A dea must finish In the top five,or'in the money''as we call it,just to stay inbli /DUMPS .- FLATBED V GRADERS .,F. LOADERS'
\y classification," Henry said.A dog has to win to move up one notch UsuaK DRAG LINE.W/S EXCAVATOR. FORK LIFT : :::1 I-
f tr, when you've got good prospect, the dog will move up quickly through the, ;
f: rankings.. That's when you know you might have a champion." 5 MOWERS : ; ,
,; : Top dogs can command a wads price': 120,000 owners eager to improve: THIS IS: A CASH SALE ,_ :
v!their blood-lines.Mrs.Hosier offered Chert-Ruth and$10,000 for j SALE CWiBWTEO 8Y
t
,
; v _
',a prize-winning male two years ago. Neither offer was accepted. .'- '1' .
'How do you,think we got all these good looking dogs out here?" Henry said., '. MebougaJrs: AucHwi' Co. Inc.'Broker
''Yoq'.aot to preserve the best of best for your own kennels''. \ ,
Each dog on the 40-acre farm works out an average of two and a half to three)] M31 San Juan AvtimiJckSMv t, Florida '... ..
hours per day. : 4Jo., 81 Cutlass SupremeLoaded '
excitingMs.. Allen, these dogs. from when they're puppies! 1 ;7I..It I' 688
"If "Raising
:makes s. you feet real close to all of them. They're Just like a big bunch of Il' Window, Seats . .'. . . . .
r'mischevioiM;, young kids'Even better I guess. I can put my babies to bed anti 81 Escort L
': DOCb.ave.to.worry about them until the next morning." ... J

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79 Olds Delta.88 ,. t

"v"1;M'.012-Story,: Starke Home i, Learn,to Bevel dass s ,: AT, Sharp 4<.,. .'.*v.V. 5 ..:I ; :. ... . .. 458
t Vv:VtJ The investigation:1e'c*continuing into u'H I STARKE LANES

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'.';",,stir eat i boAr*wai N. Cherry found In St.the In ashes Starke of, Gas Saver ,-!,.M. ., .,. .'.t ; ... .,. ".. .. ". 98.

'. ">, % ,last Friday* morahtg.( J-, Club 25 73 Dodge Max! Van
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S:BucthaJter, S3. 6f't)' L; Now :Appearing AT, PS Brakes;...j i,.'.... w. .. .,'tgb.y.; .... .' ,
'41. arrested and charged< ,
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D artant.by the Bradford The lnredaraadfero -|j r Cewipliitrftza4l S41afIi Novtmber '18 19 ;1983 Topper/AC,'Sharp it.'..;. ,. >J.. ..,. .. .,. :. .... .

J early I NIlaeldnas.- II. + 76 Olds Wagon
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f P' One flr was at the rear of the Brad-1", $44773' I It .AT, AC, Nice c jv.. > ",. .-,< j.v..vvt' ./,, /. .. w. ..

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... Today Plumbing Repair I

my Eunice.; The warrant for the arrest At questioning it was determined 415.1453fste .
and Arrested .
Fight Cutting wu from Suwannee County. Foster had taken a money from at Mann u_.....H

Leads to ArrestsA Total bond for the charges was Set pune In a car in the Pantry Pride : On Alachua Warrants >I| 'SERVICE'Removal .......... ....... ..;;:;:.,.." 9!

at 13,000. The youth was picked up by parking lot as well as taken a purse ,' TREE
Starke man and woman .' 22 year-old Kenneth Dale Mann of ,
were
arrested from cart while \
Office. a
the Suwannee County Sheriffs shopping the I :
November 10 after the woman woman was talking to another ,: Starke was arrested Nov. 13 on two I ILI ,
person I
alledgedly cut the man during a fight. Foster said he took the path from 'J counts of driving while his license was "Trimming 8ft MINI

Shirley Ann Moore 37, was arrested Starke Man Arrested the'purse and threw It In the ditch <, sus Tiilotsonto Patrolman. Stump Removal ]
and charged with disorderly .,'William I
behind the store where the
Intoxicated, according to Patrolman For Being Disorderly ,found it.Foster. pollee. ,,' The warrants for the arrest were Free Estimates, "fJ.PRAGE

Paul Rhoden. ', Issued In Alachua County.J Mann was "'Firewood

Calvin Whitfield was also arrested Al Douglas Bullock, 26 of Starke two was counts additionally of grand theft charged'with and '\i':released after he posted a !$300 surety I. 473-4732 .:

for disorderly intoxication said was arrested November 10 and charged grand theft burglary. Total bond for' ,.bond. 1, ... 473-76B3
.Rhoden. Whitfield was taken to Bradford with disorderly intoxication ac- I'.,;. After 8P.M.Keyiton .
set at
Foster
Hospital where he was treatedfor cording to Patrolman Paul Rhol ef. the charges was $3,000. ,, 1..., ._Hwy Ml ....t te McPenelsl. *.Sterfce
remains in custody.>n the Bradford / Height' .
toa. a -
called T
a cut on the left leg-Whitfield said Authorities were I Lie... ..] A Iniured JI.
Moore cut him during a fight 'distrubance at the home of Mrs Ter- County:Jail. | : : I *

Bond rel Riley on US-301 where Bullock waaalledgedly ,
for the charge was set at $30. --- ---- .w. c
Moore was released after she posted a very Intoxicated and was,' .

cash bond. Whitfield was released on beating and threatening Mrs. Riley. In Case:You Noticed.. STARKE RADIATOR WAYNE KINNEY

his own recognizance Nov. 11. Bond for the charge was set at $O. SERVICE
Bullock was released on his own We are trying a new Waht Ad format. -

recognizance. All three, area ads (Keystone Heights, Lake Butler, and ELECTRICAL HEATINQ a Alit coj

Youth ArrestedIn Starke) are combined under the same headings. REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE REPAIR

Bradford CountyThe Brooker Man ArrestedIn When calling about these ads, please keep in mind that i
there are toll-numbers in '
these ads.
Bradford County Sheriffs Office rrtft etrnMAtfiiM ,
Starke For Asault NEW INSTALIATION/ *
executed a search warrant for a From Starke, 496-exchange Is a toll call .MAINTENANCE t REPAIRS' t HR SERVICE

Ft. Lauderdale youth who was An IS-year-olri Brooker man 'ar : From Keystone; 496& 431 are toll calls .LICENSED THROUOHOUT FU REASONABUUfNCC*

wanted for burglary of a dwelling, rested for aggravated assault in From Lake Butler, 964 &473 are toll calls. ._7r.;;. 'M -._ FORMERLY .

two counts of burglary of a conveyance Starke has been linked to recent purse' If you like the format, or even if you don't, give me a call .5 Its S t./,/.. WELLS. ELECTRIC'SERVICE
and four counts of theft. .
petit ana tellings. f'd to know how Ask for Runty, or' Dave
The youth, 10-year-olPatrick Carl Lamar Foster was arrested, kke' you !feel,.{about our anticipated "New.

Gary Gibson, was located at Alligator November 10 following an altercationwith L90 86 -63O5 964-6810 1964-8786' I

Creek Stop camp November 10 and a knife which lead to a foot race Sylvia. cost!.HWY sot &* '

arrested, according to Deputy Sam- accofrfing to Patrolman Jerry ?Miller.) ; *n-.II.. TIKI. '. 7Ite N TNDMPSON sr STARVE

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YARD SALE PERSONAL SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED BEOIHOITIONtlM's' I
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FIVE FAMILY YARD SALE Friday and CHAIN LINK FCNCft Installed. Free RIAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE Scholarships f 'Sl rk'p Tin '
RETIREMENT HOME AND HAIRSTYLING
Saturday 8.5. 2'*, mile wet of lawtey estimate Handy Mem Fence Co..owner CENTER All under available for unlicensed. person. ERAFaulkner Slip S SljrkKIS ?
on 223 at white brick house. Tool, Tommy ......... % -< assistance andCPR
: nursing
table' *at uma*, children, men 4 DRAINFIILD lOCKi Bldg. lOndi.limerock. trained staff 24 hour ,NURSING INSTRUCTOR Full lime, winter r'y
women clothing and mall appliance lop toll. Large or small load ; supervision'for semester, only. Teach basic mining
senior citizen ,hot meal day
: ; skill to Hospital/Home Health Aide RE2.-
Itpd: 11/17 Ph. 783-3172. BRADFORD LIMEROCK. j, '
THURS., FRI. S. SAT 607 St. Clair St. SALES1 week or long term stay; STYLING ,i student In Starke. Five day/week, B 'y irA

Chlldr.n cia....-., book, glassware' MOMU HOMI RfPAIRSt 13 your ex for CENTER for and the public; precision styling hair- a.m. to 1 p.m. Minimum requirement. DontBdAStatistic

tool, many 'iher misc. Item*. Itchg perience'olftg with m/h. If you need men women perm and ,, Include current RN license, three year
11/17 more oho, CMtomixed Add-A-Room coloring. SR-323: .Hampton. 468-2619.- i'. nursing experience In nursing ftfWE 94-777S.
GOING CjT OF BUSINESS All'used built. For ..11_. coil 9647121.9/15 11/3 tfnchg : '> home/hospital. plus teaching ..* 41,000 Chimney Fire last ,

Item. .4ow I I. the time to buy clothe, tin Will DO TYPING In ,my, homi.'Boolereports perlence. Salary plus travel. .Starting Year. $9 million damage to TEEW111L1EW'' + 28S i H. TtmpJEi Stark
I
resumes, etc. Call 473.2898. I date 3 Submit homeowner, Don't let this ,
.h. etc. Now fresh South Florida EMOOCUD ROOM ADDITIONS. pain I' : January 1984. opplkatlan -
tr.natoe by lb. or box. See at This 'N ting and plumbing repair :23 yuan ex 11/3 tfnchg to: Dri Clifford LeSlonc, Director happen to you.Estimate*, -" -
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hot Shop corner 16 a 301. IO-S. Mon., p.rl.nc. All work guaranteed. TRACTOR WORK 'Mowlng-by hour'or' of Personnel. Santa Fe Community Col- Call '64-B27B
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Tue*.. Fri a Sat. 964-4029. Il/I72lpd: 964-773. 9/15 tm lob. Call anytime '473-4183.' 11/3 lege. P.O. Box 1930. Gainesville"' fl, ,, .8AMHI9PM *s' aAt*-*
11/24 tfnchg '. :3 32602. An Equal / Mon.tor.$eruraeVBlankontnlp
PICTURE FRAMING Ready-mad frame FREE or'd.... Opportunity! Employer.T Imagine 4.7S acres located cow
REMOVAL Down
TWO FAMILIES Wood Move, (75,.stereo, and over 100 styles of custom frame. to cow 10/27 Stchgt I 1/24 ;
radio tape player S63: clothing; misc. choose from. Reasonable price.. Quality and hone.. Call 473-2234. 11/17-24 ., EXCELLENT INCOME far part time home Chimp $w'OPENING per Wilton Rd. ft Rd. 230A., Can '

Corner 229A and Morgan Rd. ((233))Friday workmanship. CREATIVE COTTAGE. 3 2tpd ; \, .a..mblyWork/ For Info call be subdivided. Only I .11000. I

9 til ??. Itpd 11/17 mi. south of Stork.on U5 301. 964-611e. .INTER" EYE CARE CENTER Office 4 5W.641-8003f Ext! 9579. 11/10, 4tpd, Owner financed j
(21 WEST MADISON Friday and Sunday. 10/27 41chg17 cataract .. 12/01 .. I
Handmade soft sculptured doll, dressed SAKES L P GAS INC. Family owned and surgery, contact, glasses., '1/4 mile off 0CRUUE, SiII I JOBI Great Income poten- Two lovely Homes for Leai t
CR-313 Call 684.6558 toll free
so. e*<
$27 to $30; refrlg. for $63. Hove, operated. We tell rent tank and furnish i tlol. All "5upations. For Information SOONDecember

\ S35. washer a dryer $25 ..., comic. cylinder We or solicit customer who- t 8003426041., .."11/17."' ..., 134Ol.Mpd lolatemma3t: .,- AI wi; \c| 8ft5l riext.36?. '>/io2tpdfor 1W3 ,.!..4 Seme ACRES ewnef OFF *rloenclng.U Wl lewtey. .... Septktonki A. '\

furniture and clothes/ Itchg 11/17 own their tank. Call .295-6812 or .. 11 ,.. I W' Southern Villa
I FREE SEMINAR Tu..days"V.p.hwoimOdsdidngMigWaadnPreesrr: 1 "EXTRAORDINARY VILLAS A.... .. .saay,,.
FRIDAY SATURDAY J tiller, 1
hp
bumper.aai.table: ndlnnlfa,4, rota em*. 383 2956819.4tclla tilOlrlCAlijIeaVambl. II/J4 .... iI4gle4alk' t1, t. r '! 't3 farl St 'beme.l......*) ........*.fe.lee<.'!A.-. I
price.; .. oIo#
iV/WashingtonItch/ SALE-MOVING' t/7.-MUST*.f,-SELL.-nGARAGE' 4:..,.Ho.-.tl03.tchg./2t.....___ _..OW-......,..'n. ...r., .U..A'.{ ,;377'0460......for...ran..Mtt...... .18.QoIon._..........nd .:tA':. .( m ::. erviiElll Feature! :A"drfft\Wifj i I "I'.IINQUOR. .ellent stars.-AITiedIve.antl5w(FBQM.1Jdo.ela Se $ fcrtck'tteme'. 41........n.. ,?

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Sat., Nov. 19. 8 til 4. 888 W. MadisonSt. WI CRACK OH UU PECANS Will take' and servic.E'16iQBSBIfy3e4: '. I ch.i.le reist'NHi<.J ay ftZk'ft1l' carpet, laundry 'room, end 47 pecan. I

964.6030. 3-pc. living room suite; 3 pecan for cracking your. ,Also OTJA3I "" /.ItIWa I q'; Ye*to Avon' op96473oVor refrigerator Move, QUIiT RETREAT 1 ACt At (4m St. aft Slit. 1B .

pc. living room Early American: Amana firewood for *..1./ 9645990. t1/1O4tpd r i ,"U jiOrtUnl' 'fI'!lroll .. ;9o4.8442.. drape, CH/A, garbage *. 2 BA. ettrect. kit., ......'-. .

trash compactor; set of twin NFL 12/01 ,WANTEDAXLES ,Itchg:,\ 7. pick.up. ample' storage SOS N. CHURCH STt Well built 3-story. .4 BRheme.

spreads and curtain, and more EXPERIENCED COMPANIONAIDEi Or .5-k- I AM OOINO TO PUT A LOCAL. room. CHI A. rpktce, *ep.:gar...IrMI rm.,
bedspread coin operated drink box, driver for.hopping or appointment for FAMILY IN BUSINESS
; C TIRES Two axle and four tire t All New ,Apartment CORNEX LAFAYETTE a ORANGE Builder*
priced to sell, lamp, 10 peed bicycle, sick or elderly. Cal( 9644131. 1l/1O2tpd! : Highest price paid. Gr....'* Welding* i)2 yr. old company ho high profit op- Rent: delight 1.4 ec behind Pantry ........ $...IIOO.,
clotheand mlc. Itpd 11/17 11/17 portunHy available In this area. TURNKEY "".$111 Zoned for. ntuM-f....,. .
Shop 301' South Stark.:FL. 964-5007.
TWO FAMILIES Saturday only..Nov. 19. Will WATCH CHILDREN IN MY HOME
1 program. :This I* not an employ .
REDUCED FROM te
.11/03 tfnchg 30-1 BR,$209 I .000 $02,0001' Brickheme.
9-3. 940 Weldon St. (Off 16 turn left Transportation to and'1 from chaol. ,,men ollcltatlon. We or.professional'
AXLES k TIRES For mobile home Otln's' For Application CH/A. Fenced, largo let ea Rd. 230.
past Starke Elem. School). Children Reasonable rate. Call after 5 p.m. at; toMIhlng, people .ln their own
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Mobil. Home Sole Call 9645606. Call Write LOCATIONI LOCATIONI ,3 BR. 2 BA
.clothes, men and women clothe, 9644264. Itpd 11/17 ( bull_ with high Income potential or facing ..
toy, book and other item Itpd TUNE-UPS FOR MOST VEHICLES Check 10/13 NnWANTED .i Must have $3.600 to cover original- EASTON. SANDERSON Golf Cevrae. Curt drape., eiMVger., ,",h_ :

Ignition Idle peed, Marling and charg TO BUY Old farm or acreage I(.ven...,,. For free Information call AND COMPANY Owner financing.THAT .' ,
ing circuit., replace spark plug S27 AO. with born well, septic, A house wouldbe f. OARY person to collect' Mcks.wtRa.l'l.lies= SPECIAL HOUSIt 3 B., IV BA. ItoJraue
person .
Lak.
In ButUr...
LAKE CHEVY-OLDS. 301 N. Starke. nice or would rent to apply on down 4 14049690460. \11/17 tpd (904) 316.2225VACUUM weep .. End ,tery Pelle window farbwewtylMMt .
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Write P.O. Box "18.
9647200. Itchg 11/17 payment. lawley., MMMMei Insulotlan.' r.1Ox22., gar.
YARD SALE EXPERIENCED PAINTER Neat work. Interior Florida 32038. 10/27 4tchg 11/17 1[RtAl ESTATE UCENUNoT'u7Take;:; : City. m mi Country Clue.$...001.. t%.SP II".110O..
"Wl BUY PECANS"! New crop. Florida '7 WM-School of Meal Estate. Phone "
or exterior. Free otlmate ,COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Brick en IV' e*.,
Reasonable rate with good reference Souvenir Land 782-3651. 10/27.' 4tpd f ,793-4006.. TFN 714OevernmeHf i i Skylight,fells curt.hutten.3 BR, 2 BA, eej*.
ITEMS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Four family .
Call 964.5177. 11/17 tfn' .. 11/17 ,.... SI 6.997- .
kh\, La .
sale-Porrlsh's w/fploce,*e* OR PR w/bey win
lot. Sat. old \
parking Nov.
FLOORS SAGGING HOUSE UNLEVElf, WANTED FOKJOOD HOME 7 year 130.953/yeor. hiring.' Your Area. SALENEW 'd
dow. Ser B
perch
SM.OOO.
12th. Come and brow.. declawed I'm PG and have :3 TlColl. 805-667-6000! Exti. carpets,
cat. a R-1136 4
Need foundation year -pd
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MOVING SALE Everything must gowasher repair We can 'old. I don't have the.tlm. to take 11027.1117AUTOMOTIVl < I & USED -3 BR FRAME HOUSti .... ..... Off SR10M..SIXimd
proper
your problem Call for free eitlmate : A*.1 lets, $1..OM cesh., I
and dryer small Ireeier 1970 COUNTER
LaRu. and Clark core of her. I want to find her a loving PARTS PERSON We Finance Our Own
Chevy truck lots of everything Nov. 12 Home Repair, ((904)) home. Call 964-6991. Itchg 11/17 Experience preferred. but not required. "711 MADISON STt 3 BR "hn.'eew ..... Cleselit. .
284-3160 2847089. '
or KIRBYS V
and 13. Rain or Shin. HWY 241 and ILL'S SAW SHOP it/I71tpd 12/08 DEER HOUNS.', HIOES.. I'' FEET Also i Submit brief letter: In own handwriting 13.,... w/._ fine*). ,
HWY 18. 1-chg 11/10 Complete iharpenlng'service ROYALS eAT IASTI One el our fleets ....w-c..11
circular hand carbide, chain playground equipment;' Trl-Chem v stating. "education' work experience. $1
In Keystone Holqhtt... mower bled hollow ground and balance,,. customers Also need a watch dog I and phone number. Send to p.o. Box EUREKAS A. Spill rett fence A hem. Oak fteermg.panelling. I
ed. leave at Jackson Building Supply In 'Call aftef* p.m., 782.3334. Itpd 11/17 i 12S., lake Butler, Fl 32094. 1-chg HOOVERS stone ',. -. Ch/A. 1320: fl en 301..

1 11/1? ELECTROLUX CHARM AND OMl'OlT"rfr new 3 B., S .
YARD SALE Starke, Keystone Height or lake....I.r. ,
Needed November .
ROOM RINTi by'
TFNchg TO Excellent' Income for pars time home FILTER QUEENS BA stucco In Cenertyi Estates w/tradlthwel

GLASS CUT TO ORDERt Doors, window 28 for single Christian man. DaM not ( assembly' work 'For Information call SEARS Irepleee' a pretty kitchen.-
KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES (Sat. Nov. 19. ; smoke or drink:Call 473-3113. anytime 504641-1003 Ext, .,.0.1. pd 11/17 SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARMi 34 ,
etc. JACKSON BUILDING ,SUPPLY '... COMMERCIAL ecre. 2 i
9.5)) Off So. HWY 21. turn 'led Cartel 11/17-242tpd
to dead end. ladle clothe lie on 8 to 18.Furniture 9646078.. Order olio taken In. lake .USED VIDEO OAMI TAPES for 'Intellevl.Ion. ., ."m.n.co-i iiST. Needed for newly We repair all makea'Al ,homes,4 chicken home*, peso.-,rniprev.ed ..
.. .. ,aster'. dee to Hmtt '
.tl. 496-3079 and SI
Keystone Height*.. city S3BA M 10OA.
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many odd and end. ,' 4734648. 11/3: tfnchg expanded facllltle Must be .." -2 Ut .
4734973. 2/26 tfn Hempte Oek.
ATTENTION: Lady that Christmas ,.' .rl.nc.d In all Young'sSlncI.1957
bought > phase elA
FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS :Key.st9 1ielghtax ell Plus Ac. en lower. .... :
tree last Saturday back for missIng metolooy. Doris
come ? < | Hair Clink. Con.
144 W.C.llit. 964-7301 ''Large let en Bewent teed.MedleM
part, pi...... 1I/11ltpd t I e 1. 91 .. I'IO ffnch
Open Tue. Frl. 9 til 5iM .. n pgfiaE2ZI0 ..A f' ?.7S22I.; e I Stt Former Csl'Main'V

.....9 AM HI' 1 PM v < 964-6918 ,.6B A. Prime lend elf SR131.MM .
SAT. NOV. 19. 9-Si lakevlew Sf/Sunrlse I NEED DIAMOND RINGS] coin*; gold
Park. Pre Christmas sale. Ornament, App Not Atwey Neceuery. liver a eliding for (1"" ..._.*-.,fall ",, MISCEllANEOUS 3 M8s Rorth of ,' 3/3 en 1 ec.. Ml.$32.000

light, toy, a* well a* glassware, 7tfn 1.WA,9 Bob 47S-2109;11/03:, 4tchg 11/24' :.A..i"'CAN' IO'ON"' StBikB on US 301. '719 I. -. It.. $22,000.
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misc. Item 11/17 Itpd D.INK;' THAT'S Shop. Hempten. 0w,. fin.' I
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'SAT. 9-Jl: Off SR-21 south between Fairway TO YOUR. WANTED TO BUY Old form for pet*,, lMAU.Sr-21. Saturdays., 7 p.m., and '.* *s4e**' '
and PolntviewLook for signs. BUSINESS ponies, grazing and acreage with living Sundays*,,24 p.m. Public 'Invited., 11/3 vsleMnsUACOOMY
WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS <*444I>. t'
11/17 ltchgFRIDAYSATURDAYS quarter by reliable person for a 11 W.II IAVeOImAww.ss 1
Alcoholic Anonymous "', .t IKS ANONYMOUS ,Cloe.i4meetings Nova ww.ats.r.s TOOHSW amities-"
9.6 Bird Ave. by home. Write P.O. Box 4IB; LaWtey.Flarldo i
'U.4.5O 1 '....844 w.ItI OOUOUU. PAsssns.lsee.AIA.tNA.oompmw _
944-6S94 fl .
;: Monday p.m. ,.Op..wm.etfngs i i
new footballstadium. Boy and girl 32058. U/D3 Stchg .!"7 1IIIn. ,
ALANON FAMILY GROUP 4 / Friday B p..... Alonon. Mon-
clothe, toy: shoes, bicycle, skate : . .
book. miscellaneous item 11/17 964.6219i { DORMAN Will ANoFsiPTrC:; : TANK Iddy f p.m. All meeting at Educational 4. o.' r,94 El.

Itchg l/1713tpd: 2/0 Package deal; well 'drilled, water Building Community Church 473-3790 2"-thru Err

SAT.. NOV. Hi 95. .3 mile north SEWING MACHINES "I'AIIIDtA'lf pump, new Installation of septictakt or 479-2130. 11/3 tfnchgQVUATRS < Fast Rotary' 1.1
.ANONYMOUS Me due. .
Keystone, turn right on C-352 3 ....... raln.fi.lds and llft<.t tlopar .r, _
go make cl. .- oiled and aduted| ,or weigh' Ins: i Op.n'm..tings. Drilling Equip.,
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mile on paved road-follow signs. 2nd Mobile home pale available ,
'15. Work guaranteed., James, .,-7.30 S
Community Church
Tu *oy' p.m. Start Licensed I
house left call Tommy ''
on on White Sand. lakeeastBox guaranteed 1, ,Dar..1'' .
Strickland ( Rd. and. .
corner Morgan' UFN 'Isfuita Hanoi Building Keystone< k" d"
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455-Cerman. 11/17 .275-3151. 91.'t
Itchg Hwy. 16. Slarke. 7/14 tfn "Height 4732790. 11/3 6x12 Bx12 10x12 12x1 a If
THREE FAMILY Sat only. Nov. 19 from and 7 CUSTOM MADI Draprle' Valance andSpread tfnchg JPeWWfMIi '
BAKER L F GAS INC. owned .
95. North on HWY' 21 to CR 352. Follow operated. We ell or Family rent tank' and: call 496-2219.. and or' 496-3143 EnterprlMUFN for.. IHW'II' OAS. INCj Family owned and''ceorored. ..... .*.,,,.s*4 n .. .,i :.,. Inquire at .Su/ulci-Kawasaki of' Starke f
Davis FREE Estimate S ,
to W :
signs 11/17 Itpd '"
.. We ell or rent tank end & UsedlesoPartsoServic Hwy 301/ S. I.
furnliK cylinder We elicit customer', 9/29 ':-T t :, : New : 964.eO.2QLONGCHAMP
TWO FAMILY YARD SALES Fri., Sat. I who own their tank. Call 293-6812 a* NEW CREDIT CARD Nobody "'u.ediAI.a' ) "tl mllh'cylinder We solicit customer* I.t t

Sun.. Nov. 1820. 8-5. State Road 21 :-'293-6810.. 1 1/03 4lchg. 11/2. i t VIa/Matef card. -Coli 299-6819.. or L, I 1
North to C392. 2 mile on paved road. ,4810,11/034td.glf/2. E-Z Terms ';
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Whit. Sand. Lake. Follow signs.Fishing 'CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WORK ... 1-80O-487-600O Ext.: : .of -i- .. ."'-:,.... ( HOMES
..... >WH"TO \OOQO ttOMIr' White. long ;
boot motor, $215, Ig. Selgleroil Building/ patloe addition. remodeling'. ; Jieired .._. old dog. love people. 'I ,.p''''.''''' .
heater $95 fireplace log, $30 name* and tile work. Free "'Imot...}} LAND FOR SALE '
; go ; last> need ream to run.' Call S33-24O3 0.I.J...,# ." INCe s
Phone 473-4473 before 11/3 .
Item too numerous to list Come see 3pm. .
lake) after 6:30
$ sfayl : p.m. New InstaHatlon '
foryourteH. irchg17 :CARPENTER rfnchg WORK IIlIfnOdollng"f,1'I(; ONE 1 ACRE lOl'iaii"Q/ .. ForsytIt.;; Rd.: .. .,*, anytime._an weekend. ifs Repairs "_ ifcg. r
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I kitchen cabTnel and trim carpentry.} with 175' road frontage $3,790.' $300 Remodel' ." f.t '*3 Bejjroom. t.
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1 f PAST DeLIVERY..: Reasonable price. Call 473-9477 ofterl i down approK '$10 e moth;, ,Call' ; ,. INSURANCE .peer ,
Vru./il...M-Msil. eulldines...., 5:30 p.m. 1 1/3 tfnchg K 964-9606. 9/T5 Nn'I' .t' Dw'r ad11'\' 1'4 Bath'CH/AI' "Ceporty! 'tlfllfytlirp.tinp.

e.ewnm.e,.b.e_...... ,CARPtNTRYl'; repair Installations? TIN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant 1 Crave, ., .. ...k. ,. ,

cOool*.twin, ,light. ---......... door,window, cabinet shelving. ........1 1 Rd. $:I.995J S40O down,:$70,e ,rn nth., IBIbURANCE AOENCVt 160 i ,PUMP 'j. t
Tout *s>. ce i i tvJ. pHmn!*, ." Htlanbtgpaneling.Coil 473.2520.I1/: Call 96+5606. '/15 tfn ,? lake But..... .496397B.Irwurence : \
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Mimnf end .en.er..q. XJEitfELL ttnchg THRU I ACM LOn on SB-227-eraofcerV ....Ice. TFN.FOUASPtJOAlPIICSOFPHO.. SUPPLY1wG4.t "

,CARPENTER WORK No |tab i roe big or(1.)1;), Rd. $2.999. $000 down, $93: mermV .

; _II. 30 year .....'I.ne.. Wlfhj 964.5606.9/15th, ( tW:*> .' ;; y5-- ESTATE / + "
UCINSCDMCLCO MANOfACTUflen reference*.47a..185.'I1/:1: : tfnchg. NO DOWN PAYMWT/OWNWFt NMANC I Pkes01IOruaiq
"FOR INI-ORMATIQff C/t/J.:" ,CARPET AND. VINYll repair, and Installation \ INOi Lot 1-120x133 occe.eoff_ 301. < .' 'U64N'T.EO.f4t .B D ,
Free estimate. Ten year*: $12.SOO..let ::1-1'3.153| access off 301,. : .A... : HBg as t% wO'4jl
Aw-.Murs Ahexicf;i Inc. \ If I don't have ft, ril find It $11.SOO.'lot off 301 M
.. ?* 3-209x199 ecce ; quAIIFY
Call and ak for
,.nence. 473-4217 : .
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P.,O. Box 1044M Craig., 11/:1: tfnchg' '::;-' 13900. lot +-113x153 commercial on Market Rd: Qt 4ff V29dtv REALTORS.. '"Youreaifor. {.iL t'H O" .,.\\"n..r! !.' t, ;i'e,IaseerNl.n,Cdj. i
lot toned B-3. .
lroi., Fla. "e475U071 : ']' 7500. All ly' ." B/04 tIn ?
1 "Lake S'utl.rf. ., Easy terms': Calf ",-,.,1.to see-lot*'.. :$44e5

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) Violations Thomas St. 'L> ..( .. .a*'.' ,', with drivh while intmxlcidtedl.ding Qutterm bad a blood alcohol con ,.wag" tryb g to get out the mud nippedover tractor'pull Itself out of the mud.,
la Bradford County Bond for the charge was set '( to TrooperWlWam! t I tent of .11 percent. He was released ,: and(ell GO blm. When Mann tried to drive the tractor ,
Aldridge was released after he posted "' Brown was driving a 1060 Plymouthwhen .aft4I"be' posted. pub bonds totaling, JlII'IDIUt,1.ynD Mann, 22, -el Lake out he apparently let the clutch out (
J.1?*? following amstfl'for brattle"violations a cash bond. be was stopped southerf/ the $:101I. .' Butler was working at Wilson Rivers too fast. That made the tractor flip
were made in the Bradford Stark city: limits on US-Bola Farm about five miles west of Lake upside down Saey said.
County area last week; by local Jimmy Carroll Lee of Starke was Bond for the:i t at 'Tractor Accident Kills Bulter when the accident occurred' Mann was trapped between the
"auUwrtIes.James arrested November 12 and charged $D00, he was released William Thomas was at" with driving while Intoxicated and recognizance.. 1 ,. 11711'> Lake Butler. ManAjXake Seay. When the tractor became stuck and the -1D1'wa-J struck his
rested Nov. U end charged with drlv 'driving while his license was suspended ( Butler killed Seay said Mann put some logs under chest- Mann died at the scene said
ling under the Influence and driving according( to. Trooper B. A. :Kenneth I Lsvodi Ayww.,H of Starke ,maa was the back wheels and chained the logs Sea,.
with unlawful blood alcohol level, according -' Williams. was arrested November+andjcharged Wednesday,Nov. t,when a tractor, he 'tot: the wheel (In an effort to make. the

to Marshall Tommy R uler- Lee was stopped on SR-100 south of with driving while Intoxicatedac, I ,
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Starke his blood alcohol level was .23 cording to Patrolman Wayne IWlkln- '
Thomas was stopped -on SK-18 In son '" '*4 (**" I.
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;Brooker 4MX' a.WTO Chewojet; his Bond for:the t Chargesywas set at a. Ayco*was*parked: hi u.;; mktdle, of, ,
"blood alcohol! Ve1 was t. ; ,total of 1900. Lee was released after, Grand St. asleep at the.wboet at 5:02: ; [ DII1thtJw
Thomas was released toga$600surety 'be posted a surety.bond. a.m.. with,th4.1DOtOI' .running"W 4Mb
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bond. >* .
Robert Van Martin,'22, of Jackson- Bt far the 't sell at 1300) ,

James Kenny Parrott of Starke was' 'villa was arrested November 13 and, he was 'his/, own
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arrested and charged with driving charged ,with driving while tntox-t recognisance. \ MJ&" ES
under the Influence and no valid .tied, according: to Trooper Kenneth LaCrosse Man'Arrested+ t r'V FURNITURE APPLIANCES
driver license according to Trooper e. ,

W. D. Langston. Martin was southbound on US-301 Brookef. for DVVl i. :. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS iiDUKES '
Parrott was stopped on) SIMoo: driving north of Lawtey driving a 1970
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a 1874 OldsmobUa. Dodge when he crossed the northbound A 30-year-oW LaCrosse matt'Qt"r-, :" 7
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Bond was set at $330. Thomas was traffic lane went through the' rested November 10 and: charged with : .\',.. .: :.,1 WAREHOUSE PRICES!, itJ '

released on a surety bond. ditch and struck: a tree. His blood' DWI. no valid driver's'U4JCNIIJ'andcarrylng. '
alcohol level was .18 percent.. a concealed firearm/ ;? --" n
Loyal Eddie Aldrldge of Starke was Bond for the charge was set at t300 Jose. Gutierrei was arrested during :' :: ,,,: ; FURNITURE Y :

arrested November and charged with he. was i released on ,his! own a traffic stop after!the officer saw In .
plain view under the front seat a porlion -, h i
driving while his license was.UI ended recognizance.Paul .
according to Patrolman ..erry of a barrell of finarm-Tbe <-& APPLIANCES I f i
ij Miller. weapon wan.a ,13 guage shotgun, according '
tt';.'AMridfie( ) was stopped at SR-18 and arrested Dale November Brown as 12, of and Stark charged was- to Marshall :Tpm>> +othaUIer.son : :4' 8 S.' Walnut' ,Street' -.964-4075 Starke I w I

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Mohllu !Korti" '.. "- .' .FOR RENT FOR IEtfI: FOR RENT'' HOMES FOR SALE .

ELECtRtC( SfcvfeVlCE, PpilfiS 'I. 1
.BY OWNER lee., 333 St. Clalr 5.:2 1P.. Ii
100 JUS 200 'Amp. IiI luc.
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$250fnlluti.jM AOMNO
MIMOSA MANOR MO MOMS TVPiwtrnuu AND MACHINES
'I'M HOME TO* MHTl Partly lurnlihwl.' .. Ilka I
t BA !Mock '- CH/A. carport.
1 """" ,IU''' S..cvif.. AvriilufolWaldo .. :. OLD PHOTOS; Mobil. horn* and *poco: for ...t.. $325 mo_ Phone. 964-W31'ar. 473-3096, POE aNTUnion. County Tlm.. 190 FHA financing. $35.500. \jl) 'I+ 'I
.. 'Recreational o'Phono Main Street Lok. Butlar./ Phon. now.
Cuillo' F .. .." ..u.. COPIED v.hk4 watcomav 11/10 tin SacrHIc:1-468-1323. tinYAKS I
46-1 1 1.7 I BAWorOIITlntdl 468-2912. 9/16 tin f \ HAMPTON OAKSt J I*. 2 SA home. 496-f61 for Information TFN 10/1 BUnCR/RAIFOROt $rkk. 3 SR.1'45A. (
: MOBIL HOMU Pill.Rt t',On.;!Mil. CH/A. $310 m'bCoJI Trevor Wotn M* ll* Ham. Small M/H 2 BORM n.on CM utility room, ....... 1313. .a.ft. ':
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Hvlrlobmsk :from Stark city IIml. ''eon. Hwyi16; 21 Show Raiford. Phone 431-1632.I-chg 11/IO- 51.395 down: OKSR \
Century aM .ropertl..lncr 1 owe.$2 .toO.
IV Handled with Car* W. Call) 468-1323. 10/07 Mn.' -f' ...olry.1734903. 11/17 4tchfl 12OS"NKR MOSH.S. ,HOME Furnished 2 .BDRM.' on 121 on Sinclair RaVBy ownr. Day. '
(" -- ', ''KITCHIN/imaiNCV Room* for runt at UNPUINnittD. HOMHi 3 III, 2 SA :'doublwld 1 1/2 BH, In Provld.nc.. ',755"" "'; _.nlnll.," '1-732-8861. ,.
Old T1m. Photos ,low weekly rat*;:'Call/T..p. Motol/ CBS country Kom. $275 month lint, $2SO/ma $100 lacurlty. Phone. 11/10 2tpd 11/17. f "
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PINE: FORESTAPARTMENTS 741 I '64-73S7.. 9/16 EOW/tfa- '. *iJ.: ,kut't security workobU.. ; 9644268.ffpd 7S2-3S84. 11/101-pd 'BV OWNERt 9J4 W........ 3 BR 2 BA Ywc.der
CtlAN MOSIU 1..Nftf.lgn.H'llYl H/17 .*. NEW MOBIU HOMES 2 SDRM 1 Brf. furnlihwJ. siding LR.. DR. FRwflreploc ,'.
r 16, W..Cio..I,''t a prl.an't CelI ,,'' ,. ? On HWY IB, Brookar Rd. Tn' CH/A fenced ep. yard within.
"46S-13XI." '..10/07 Ifn. ,7 ?'*t 'UvlToNI- HTs' >minutes from RMC. No kid. No pot*.. of tchool. Call
1-2 :3 Bedroom. Apts. Shop &Camp!!j) MTCNBNETTIi All utllltM* lumUhwI. TV. ] REALTY.5551101 Phona 496-2308 oftr 4:00: p.m. UFN 964-8268.walking dutanca 11/17 tfn

From 'ISC'* to '297" Special Insurance lot air, maid. .MtVtc wAly.! und woocl .R, .ntalProprtyAvallabla: 11/10 YEAR OLD BMCK HOME Energy afflclant. '
\ : Mobil Home Park} .Mote''l.' 3Vi' mllm N.o* ,-,n,. \MI'tlntf" Uk. ta... Pal I SIC. Jbath,' :la horn, SEaUbSO 'IAKE FROHTi 1BR.. 'IStKmobllohom .....lak.. and dock: Big oak. :'I

.Gj" 1530 ..AH ,types .01 AJ montiilyr'ot ; 1 Copt..ymlwrsid. ds.21 I .. Profar working coupl.*. 3/4 acre. Thr..garages. $47,800. I
W. Madison STUDIO APARTMENT. Vvritiy, *-, 2 bath $130/mo. plus dapoclt. 1-729-8949 ltpd 11/17
: Phone 984-6312' I homeowners policies"orjnfoblle : .. 'alm.Apa r ts,23'l N..ttmbi.A -' ,ham-un *>..*,bone'L4k..'.Flrwplac, a'Thur.thiMSun.ll/10-l72tpd.- 468-2750. i
IQUAI Ion,.. ; homes. ....-7/JSif Y' :'VSlAnai Avollabl ''through' 'May '3l,'.'.... TRAKSRSi $140 and up. Furnished or unlurnlihvd. -, SSR.2BAFlreplaca l I
i'' ,OPPOSnINUYI .. .call for Quota ,,* omcit UcaM on'-1J4'30l; ** f4OOIII. /-*. laka Gonova Park. SK-1OO CetIMNI'Cetg 'I
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U 'lcell..t.pcttt.lng.,50.mth: M4-M40 Mdroos255..1. ,i3' botit.'Ilom. oat of Kaycton H.ght*. 11/10.17 l-SlM. dLR/DR
011i'e Mobile 96..823hlllbt1..1.I. b,r" ( .: le6iir-.1OO/tlt. 2tpd .oUMM' ,
I (MALL IIJMCIIT.Kfl\INtl: $'VieOUnltlb : ''tamk.ersi.l.1tO..t.s.i avolloW. 'alto VA.PtIA.ce.--.I': .. ,
I l.tlfJGHU 4.II. 2JA..Mw [ befit.. J J i Home SIOaElaine ; t. w-\t plrW" \.IotriN/V:260..uT( : ISAYI.k.i s i"' ''Financing''..BOBCHASTAIN
*WAREHOUH Oil COMMIIItCLU BUKOINOl On U.... ;11$ ftttIr. Coli, 96,10'']I tloMeldo'.ws noea.T irrg > .25*.,. CARS.TRUCKS ,.,:; aDNSTarcnortt / '
\, Sol b twm. .........- ............ .H..fc.li..lt.. for?} M, OSn. ABM! ttl2t b>..\'. I1.' Z.6nbllt .. __........ "" '__ JOe _",_ ".., .. W I>
.. tlwlw.rb. > .MNNMtp ........0....' .1.'.............. Iii"""""''m"".,ywl1LORILANft* : : {@, "&;.e.w ....'1..1.'I' ". ", 1" STUMP KU,:liturgies., bars : :
e, ,o.a..a :,;h...}.wes'3.r.Nep...... L....... 4.l\ ''''\ I'I:01 tlir.;; ."-1 5.1&.r...,cs 'lnALTY.v boat, 35 hp trolling motor. Rigged-.,. ,MOBILE HOMES I ,I ,

tana Tarm Owes ............. Call .1rimw&' I 1RtWUh. KJYSrONItHllGl RtALTOI 47) 4MIr. plat..toll cover, oxtta claan. Ilk*nw.Mutt FOR SALE
NIP 4iRANAASs eo to appreciate. $3.673.
*2 ACRES Jw1.45 L5. 14 a/mEIW-Eyisy.SJSTS. .largo** lake .1.4, total .1ctric.l Utlll (.. .TOlud f 1111f'' 'W/a tfnc"-, 473-7199 or 1-396-4868. 11/3 tfnchg i \
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*IAKR REALTY OPPICI At SISSY lancing Ftam- '
hug. .. ... ... mess flew.rlmg. 'weekly. 485-1371. 11/10 Vkha 1978' OUwnaMla' Torenede $'.000. A a W MOBIU HOMI SAUSt New and
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COUNTRY HOMIt 3 rbo.n. 2 bath.. Inga ft but con be .n Irons SR-100 wheel. drive.Comlortobl .
radio. Front
a'BRa .. .ndHI.... Own** A/C. FM/AM used mobile honvn for sal,.. Walter
BA I* amrilaat c 964.7700 '
largo kitchen equipped,.,rlltwplac. carport. 3OCTM. ,end SR-21 InMTMCtlon Prime location.! car. Call 473-2210 or I
...... _..504.a : (Bud) AKrara Invite you to com out ,
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will MMMar month. -f Iran .last and'' Call4734MII.il/10tlnchg! _
S39S "73- 64I for appointment to -
NICf. CHOIR HOME m Uwtay.4....Control Hoot* 393 N. Tmplo Avo.Vornl acpoclt. 964.5273.ftot 6 p.m. 11/03 tip .'PARTIALLY FURNHHCDi 3SR.. IVt bath 11/3 and brows. Highway 17 South. \*

AIr. hood ,..... _", ..1. Hwrtaag. *. lot M skew ,,. Odom/Brokr INSIDS CITY :3 Sit. a SA iwor tdwolM' moblUham cln' Mel_ a.*.. Lorg' .4X4. tfnchg HUNTING SEASON SPEOAlt 1981 Stark Palatka., call Fla.Roy 32S-9UI Well.,or....328-4682..5251. 9/22 In .
you finis ana today .OKI. Partly furnlilwd.r Pint$' laM nth' porch RMpanslblceupl. iantdir; Dodge '_.? Ram. Short bed.; 29.000 tin' \"t
.*LAKE BROOKlVNi Olds kma with$ Bt/a BA. Knotty 'o pollt plus tlOO. evrtty apoH. Call 47S-1368.il/10ffnchg mile. $3.750. Call 473-7321 altar 4:30p.m. 1981 IASTWOOO MOBIU HOME UxJo
pin* t*..oM Broov* ponding,. Wlk I* Kayttoito Good Stonr Homo: 3 BR', 964.7071,1 11/IOtfiT ; < 'la.,,fUINCSHII> MOMUHOMI large weakday 111171rpd with 2 BR. 1 AS garoan tub. C/H.
1Mi5hte. ..........i. Oaad condltVm. $48.000. CH/A. Carport sunowM POP KENT,2,000 aq. ft.Milt to' (living room and porch. ITO/month, JOHN DASHER VANSi fumMMd.. $ ,000.' 964-7466 partially ,
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_STARKEi 3 Bit. a Bath bam* .H SR 14 W.CMfral.... sIn Country: 1 Ai.CB.'S BR. Bradford :'MoMll. 'RMianabl.. ,ColiI!- ftur. d KMlt. ALSO: 2IW. furnished MH.ftJlAOmoTcoM .- .WHOIESAU PRICES 46S-134S 1/10 2tchg It/17/- ,
S sir,.... ,.).;....... ,**.111I.home .to very like I 1\% BA home: Nlc, 'Tcron..d '9601-1945: .n1l0 2i .d 11/\7'' .}nq' r-S4-64J4.< 11/17 tfncha.'', On wow 1984 custom van* StarHng ./ 19b OOUatEwID5r 3 U.2 IA fin,r.....
and only .beet 4 ya.n ...., b.ckPOn; h;' UNriMNWHIO MOBIL HOME,3...Z BA '' 1BR.: COTTAOIr -with loh. Mronl, $13.80Oplu> tax, tog and freight. 13.3percent land..,..... path BAQ pit and parch: ,
North of Stork Th* sw..r Is.Merles ( Good locotlont Brkk 3 In country' Taking application. I."' ,300/mo. Co1I,473.9374ps: : -2a2-; r7. bank financing. 1-7$ 41Alochuov .. '
I *S El 1*ACRE TRACTSl Must M* to o |>r iclot' tf inter*td,
geed .*... .. Sa,800.$3488 per. .,.. 2 BA; Hnp'ot.. In S169 month. fin .:.last and d.poilt,,, .1113" ,tfndIQ', : Fl. Call 462-337S, 11/10 ''plat call .....7291. Want $32.000 or
DUPUXi Neal IC.HI"/ School. .Good' mussel; courtrty. Quiet .r... Phona '764-9734, ..oltsat9OP.m. Itcha' ." e .. tfnchg'7r1'197S : .VA .c*....11/10 2tpd 11/17
........,. Each unit a U. a BA.Groat R.*m. 711 $... Ft.CwntnKtadbrlt81.SM.80a. Owner' llnooclng.,., '11117 ; ; ,. .. JEEP_CHEROKEEi Cut down 1LLc. e'pickup. jJ9Z, >.J: RANOIIR> ?4..S2 port'furnl.M4: i
.. JUST REDUCED I WoIalnvdl.tance' 1 1' or.ot for the wood.. .i.uuwl- with 4 ton A/C. Call 964-8515 after S' ,

*SyhCUTIVE HOMES Ranch *tyl., 4 M.alA.with pHoa uptown 3 BR.flraplac 1S.tiOppCD; ...,1.,. Cflih ... CoU: 473 2876. 11/17 Itpd' teod.d. p.m. If/17 2tpd 11/24 .'

1.6 aero.' Overtook ,..' Brooklyn 2200:led So sor4.' -.;, of' room./ *.Call compact to *.*yet.. lot' Ec IIent'cart5e' r opportuh ty withpn: : ..:,f4tfexpandirigcompany 80'"aS OlDS CUTLASS, crUlMr-ooqtrol SUPREMEi' A/C; Hit ONI' icier ACTS polio SIT porch Of*POll barbww MOBIU pit.HOMR.H Intritd. '
Oweer'wtl.eesW.r
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Anuniokl morts B .. ./. landau top'mog'whl*.Wall .
476' on 301 South. Owner fora responslAluminumCwt.( call 64-588a. Also Mnwon
tact $....00. -: I : +JHSJTGanta' Ln cared ..... Excallant condition. ,$5.<100",*,..,.to tok. 1982 3BR a BA "
on
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ac; .li >* up
.... financing '
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STAT1ROAO230 lAST nsc'.t' fir- R 1-373-9362 1 f I7 Itchfl .
House acresa from ,.ble1dopetlda4\4 tIp. .. .'Ms hl-. ....... to- appr.NWsri.
1 (pk...) *cr*. 2-c.* OOMS. withlm d ty ttmH: $14.910. Roomy p Gegip..Lbr. 197. MAZDA $1.400. Good 'conditlan, ,
AHIASRON SPBNOSi 4"A w.<'..l...*.. K ........ Vo-Tach. Owner financing,: ton* ,t _. \ Iw. yW..n.iWe Call 7S.1570.1i/171tehg 'IUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
... work: '
$l.,808.OHrWMtadll N.* some Bw1iib1ij Aw''t CHEVY'IMPAIA!': m; v-.. row.rsteering. ,
FOR RENT offer; exceflnt( WfWrfW**. 197.
*MING DAIlY ROAD 7 A.r al wit*'1480. front feet- 't im.........cr-.e..**. brak*. A/C. J-ooor.. .
Ik. iMd. Bring hi see. $16.7ee.' .....' 12 Trallan, First a""len. ; ;''t>berieflt(;,lopportU 11U1es f foradvonce-: : H kntwe.a1.1/'. .tw..and power radio. See at 411 N75.. Clalr
AIAKI BUTURi :$BR-a BA........_.cwitrol l hoes ft"r.; mo. r.nt. ,plu. damage! ment and good Worlcing\ conditions. ( '" I*** lfl* ** boa 'dt. ....1B72. 9/13 tin- OWN'YOUR OWN J..n-spertswar.
nmga i I.acr* ...*l ideal.$MSOO.'_,.... depoelf. \ N.nbw4lrlerid.Cdii' .. lilT TRUE YOU CAN SUV JEEPS FOR $44 Infant Prat.*n, Lodi, Appar*!. Com:
IJ 9O4)$48544EfgtApptr) 1IeqId-..: through..* U.S. GovammantT Get the Accnorl.*>.,< or larg Six. 1
,I I fact today Call (312) 7421142....... 'itoro..Notional brands Jordach;Chic "
609: 10/13 lOW 11/24 .'**. lvl. Vanoarbltt. I rgd.-.XSunn Sew
.. 1977 OLDS OMEOAr Brougham low ftprll Prlttenl.CJvlh. .Kl.ln-Sergio
mllagai A/C:, ClUI_ good condition. VaUnt. (wan Pkcorw. Clalborn. ,
,,, '. HoalthtM, 300 other, i
i it .. > '1' ." ; :: $2.000. 964-9240: attar 5:30: p.m. tfn 7.900 to
I' 1973 DODO 'A TON PICKUP $300. 1976 $24,900 Inventory airfare, training '
$.$ boihopd rropertl.s. Inc, "It ,:: Matador ,A/C.' A/T. radlor. $1000.. llxtUrM., grand .opwiing. .lc. 'Mr.
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REALTORS i ;( 04)tt4-S231) Y4 4C.T.t0 .'. 964-8779 .or .964.0907 11/10 Ztchg' Uughlta ((612)) 8884555. Itpd 11/17 ,
.s Ac. w(wll and Mptlc r 11/17
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MUCUIIY'S.atIo t .500. MXN AMD JWOKQEN
wogon.1
tank. Owner financing. I 1977 : I\
\ )' .:'1. 964-6361/11/10 2tpd 11/17 ir-ea
*2Vt Ac. Owner financing i -

t :ERA <(2.000 COMMERCIAL.0. h. ... $17.500..'| StDOi1'! .. lSa .*? N Hf. ;).! :' >11 A.MeDEER S7 964-6774.964-4349 CHEVYl Runt good.anytime.PICKUP New paint.Itpd TRUCK 117 Call TRAIM.NOW FOR !j jCIVIL.sERVICE : '
1' CHIVY Vi TON
t ,, 'fAULKNE ; 1 BEAUnQ SHOP,, borbrhop. : ,.49H itii'sltcs. 1974 IWB. ,'.350 ang. 3-*.*.... $1600t,1976 BXAMS i
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.' skating rink, some.quipowd. .. ., .. d'I 'S. 4 '$,500.. I
f. 1' Plymouth Voter wagon cyl.
: 'f.t":;\ J.'. ',( ..; 't.'f{. No High School NcMar/ I
AI..TY 818.000.SPORTSMANSU < '
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'R DREAM: ',y _} .t 4: } _.. 964J922. llpd 'Portion Start As High As. .

r"'r-;: : .. i fish, camp Sampttn Lake, t LAKE711ii'quta'tioiTtaa MOTORCYCLES1m .. 10,21' NOUN'TopRicI : '
Fr OT' RMI SAMf SON (
I" 1 9L A". 3.72 ocii1 J* A. on lamp- .. ON ;() CISMICM.. ,\
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i > ton\tak,7 He-en cowl ;$i R.'f: ( .IDA. 'HONDA SSSt Adult _. ..a."IIeageo. .- NY.P....___W1s11-B ,
{ '' bar room gam*room;bwlta" 9601-1640..11117 tfn ............... AT NOMI row \ .'
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:"," : ,JMcklhop/ 'living! 'IJ.'! '"" 5 ; '' 1983 SVZUM HOMZi SH-.Oat*40 mpg OOVsnN.NTIAN. S
I' ... '. '" ,w ..(_,...tl, quartan.U'AC-tawt; boon hlckw Beautiful : : : >'' IUM: .rth: f, IronKJO*. Of woferviewi of and rune .groat. Asking $200 and mire 'wrat/ IlKlilMt/ *PIMM ';"-'TOI' .,;: i '
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'J'.' L' ,r ,14 'y. bottom A i ever Mi of .$1730.i Owh9644602.. 1;
fond "
Lake p4rt/Thl.X lake has Netlonul Training'SMHc..Inc.
< 'f ....:, pastwra; Fncad.: aparking, Sam :; ', :tI1. t Nfsp.ttw'! lt''MYeu rrotN. r/iYkllo/ w, walli,4 2. ulv.rt. $25OQ, rand boat landing r* avoHtMb* for.ut..v Enjoy| eogntiy Uf. with'"flty 1984 YAMAHA. 480*,Two holmott'ond I. .' "
.. Ac. >ay;; ...... Hunt Mutt tall.$900'
C/f'PICR; HOUIISI XSoIr11. .oeniHWst'allat'l'WTO'BOtD'ABSOltJT;: : carder good. P.O. Dnawer A

::fry'.. : ", ,;j f1 .-'II...," )$ 1x ft911e.s: :. ., Home.20'rACR' $$ alb and PHYIEw\Sun:\ :.. N V.;' erlM/Jol.t .!,Nov.-ia. 10-5/Sun.. Now 13. ,f!""...Call.bolor 3 ,,11I.164-1397., Itpd ,...rk.. FI'

I,, .- lOCk id.. 2 Ig.porch ,,12-5.1 ;(Tburs.l.No'v.17":; / .{.n1I.; 10-5/Scrt4 .N
1 I isTyro; STORY 'MDMR b''BtekeJ MMtd.. ,iIj.dhfeatndi ,.-"1 darkroom MH.Fruit:-.nM trees t,)' f At US30T 5W si''*ark him, wed on SR 337.' Co, about 'SPECIAL, ../1.'i r!

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11I.Wr'NID, ( [praclatal Owner $rr.are' '
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t 13 lawyers apply for Union County' 'Judgesliip: Stark Woman's Club PlanjL' Country Supper

club
'''' 1 -. ,. The Starke- Woman's Club will have''a Country Supper In the '

Two local attorney have appliedfor Union Judg shlP. the new county Judge from the- jt gun''on{;the'count*. building) on Saturddy,,Nov 19. from 6 to 6 p.m. entertainment .,' 'j J
1ean attend.: There will be live
application for the Union County The search for a Judge officially nominee pool. Union County'Judge' argument. Accor The puWid) ; Is cordially> r Invited .to.

judgeship which will be vacant closes Nov 28. The Il Bobby Lex Kirby on administrativeleave ding to Sheriff John Whitohead, Kirby f children under
Ticket win be (tax Included) for adults,and$2 for
January 1.Aulstent, plications ask prospective judges was chosen by the same was angry about losing his $1 million S3.SO or ate
about their ethics personal -method in 1981. fee of a $7.34 million lawsuit againstan M and y be purchased from Mrs. W.H. Thomson, phonelMH-1806.

State Attorney Mack philosophies and reasons for seeking oil company and blamed !
Futch and Gene Shaw who Is in a judicial said. Kirby will draw his $53.000 yearly WhItehead for the loss.

private practice have made application plicants must report whether client salary until Dec. 31,when. his realgna*
for the poet.Applications have ever filed grievances against tlon is effective. Until Klrby's KIrby thought that Whitehead told

them and whether they have ever replacement Is selected, other circuit an oil company detective that one of
were sent to 13 potential ;- been sued. Financial data is not re- Judges are filling In for him six Jurors who 'awarded the money

nominees, late Tuesday accor- I uested. was related to Kit-try's former client,.
.ding to Gainesville attorney Richard The candidate must live In Union In a letter to Graham Kirby said he. farmer) Bobby Ha9ykfns, _
Belz chairman of the 8th Circuit's County at the time of appointment was resigning because recent events'- ) .
Judicial Nominating Commission. even though he or she may live threatened his effectiveness as ai; 'No criminal 'charge* were Ned

The nine-member commission must anywhere now, BeU. said.Owrnor Judge. 1"' against Kirby.who was,serving .his. SR 21 N Next .to Shops) Keystone Hgts
,select at least three nominees for the : Pnh f -''"t ...,cet. Kirby was .overnight. Sept.,U, ,flat!term as Judge.. ( Keystone

OPEN;' MONDAY-SATURDAY


. .i 18 8 am -, 6 pmL78x15
Appointment requested for driver license examinations .

i $1995
It is with pleasure that the division with an Increase ea jnonth.: realize with the walk-in method there

,of driver licenses Is announcing a new are times when we have more than we:, "grandfather, clause which simply ,

concept In driver licensing according First, let me make clear the ap- can handle, while other times we are Ki .(""means from October 1,,,1983 to October I// J00-guarantee against' cap separation,

toDlstrictSupervtsorT. l4. Pukes. pointment system Is not mandatory I i not as busy. ", I, 1984. that anyone desiring the for the life of the tire
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but will be optional to the applicant. We know that for whatever service motorcycle endorsement may apply

As I understand, the State of However appointments will receive you may need by applying for an ape >', ,a,the local driver licenses office and
Florida will be the first state to offer priority with walk-Ins worked In on a pointment it will Inconvlence you'' have the endorsement placed on their
total appointments in all categories of first come first served basis as time is with less time In the office. time Is ':lIcense for a $1.00 per year or each

driver licenses functions effective available. We feel that this will helpus 'money to most people.As part thereof on license they now hold. s PINEHURST STARKE,

November 1, 1983, said Dukes. We to utilize our personnel and better you are probably aware a new Alter October 1.1884, a separate ex- Grocery, & Variety Store UPHOLSTERYOPEN
have had a pilot program in Duval serve the public with less Inconvlence law went into effect October 1 with .amlnatlon will!; be manadatory'' in ,

County for approximately nine mon- through a systematic approach to reference to motorcycle order to receive the motorcycle endorsement 7 a.m. 9 p.m. Wei Do

ths and have been very successful each individual's application. We dorsements. The law provides ,.a.\I,."i .. 1 All Types Of

Accident Victim's NEW HOME UPHOLSTERINGSCWing
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Condition ImprovingThe i i Machine Now Is the lime to.
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condition of the nine-year-old H I 1 rejuvenate your

Starke boy who was struck by a tj / SALE
pickup truck Oct. 4 has Improved to I I///1 //, ,. Furniture

stable according to a spokesperson I f RIO s 5008' Boats

.from Shands Hospital. l !339 .
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Walter Demetrius Lee Cloud who Thapks.hj"h" Vans

has been listed as critical has been in /1
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a coma since the accident. Although AIO"'OO.: Car

unable structions.The to speak. he is responding to in ... : I 1..b :t) ,

accident occurred at 8:02: a.m.
when the Southside Elementary stu- Price Good /thru! Nov. 30 .

dent ran in front of an eastbound Bring your family and ,enjoy/ : : (In Stock)

Demetrius pickup truck had on been Madison at the Street.convenience I 1h your Thanksgiving meal with/ us ".I 1 ;;;) CII!' Shirtsa M'10.00 Upholstery Fabric 25off

store and was apparently run- i .. r, Western .
ning to the school hus which was .J labor for covering. *tondord sofa ',140III1a'i"

waiting at the south corner of SR-loo I ,

and Orange St. BUFFET ...

,i Donations to help the family maybe I Leo, -Levl!>., Maverick we Lay CalJ'et.Ii;Vinyl. '
sent in care of the Chamber of Commerce

according to Bill Wilson. The Serving 1,1' a.m. to 8 p.m., JEANS 'Call for Free Estimates '

address is 202 South WalnutSt. in Turkey with all the trimmings from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Starke. MM" I MaverickJackets '
Bop, 964.5557'LNlid '
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Escaped ., 1 .
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j Econo Lodg WwKBtond largo Selection of

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Yearlings 25
I Fabric: Oeft Navelty'T'ShtrtsPINEHURST

From Sheffield's Farm US 301 North Starke .

Near GrahamIf GROCERY
964-7600 '
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found callALLIGATOR

CREEK I_ h AND VARIETY' STORE Y"Jrttf1'IL'r ,

964-6973 """, J : '
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FISHING WORMS FIREWOOD more.. ORALBY e. --JQK: SALE FOR $ALE'fllEWOOD FOR.SALE,

.W.Dig'Em"You Pick Cut Split Stacked ,.. .
homo ;;
OWNER 38R.. 2BTH In
'Em From Bed 1 Vi Cord Dry Oak Keystone Oak Subdivision large lot Hn3, : BDRM I 1/2 BH, brick'' POM AlIt.,Oak or pine
Bring Container fruit' \ located In town 240 N.E.9th Ave THRII WHEEL BIKIi like new. $l30;; dou-
landtcaped mall tree, utility 4x4', 2440"s Cord.; $39.,. Scrap
May 1 17 3 e6 Want: building, *prlnkler' system, screened. .496-2700' ;, 'after 5:00: p.m. 4-pd I firewood oak or plna.. $10 truckload. St.bio.944-7707.mattress a prlng. $39,726,l,aura' '
72-3392 back potlo. Call for oppointmont llrldc Y' Sunshine Indu.trle. 1* W. Call Itpd 11/17
rick-Up with camper top 8 CY.4-> BUSED Bulls Charlalt/Brown.
4737358. 11/10 tfnchg 9647699. W. load for between
Aero ttreet from P.O.. LAKE BUTLER/RAIFORD- SHALLOW AND DEEP Will PUMPS PVC good cond. now b ttery. 9:30 a..... end 2:30: p.m..Mon.-Frl.you 9/29 SwlM/Brahma cross, 4 yn,, old. 1300.
Joining property N. of Brick 3 BR, 1% BA. CH. Ads pipe and fitting Water ......_.*. I 43ltICl8'1.UFN, 11/3 tfn Ib*. Dehorned., good tempermant..
Faith Baptist Church, : front (. 40 I..... 90 Ib. .. $600.Also three and 50 bale
Utll. rm., garaga. 1313 Iq. Bryan Ace Hardware Keystone Hot., PIGS appn to $21.00 ,ALICIA HAVt Good quality, largo bale*. cow ol
lawtoy. {It. on I Ac. $27,900. $1,395dn. 473-4006 10/6 tfnchg F' up. Call offer 4:00 p.m. 6:1-2659.I-9d:: $2.25;; large round bale. $25. Can' hay. 964-6921. 11/17 2tpd 11/24
80t $1.00 100,$2.00 Off SR12i;.on Sinclair PIONEER AZAUASl I ton Sir Swan Crait ro! Inghw .cylinder.' 200 cubic InchVIn deliver In trailer load M.I Cannae: ; 1 BftOWNII UNIFORM' Size B lumper. ,
SOOt $9.00 1,000i $''.00 11 coudt Phone' socks and '
Rd. By owner 1-755-4149. I Nu....,. located on SR-26 2'A miles 431-1550 oak for. 964-5222. 10/20 tfn tight 468-1455. Beverly.".
ELECTRIC CO. iwada $ISO, jCall morning 'only. 11/17 2tpd 11/24 .
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eve. 7528861. .. : aait of Melro 11/10 tfnchgBY NtCI SOFA with ravoralblo ciwhlon
houo 9.9 .. f.+chg 11(17, jWefer.Traugb chair with MATCHING COFFEE TAILS A ONI IND
OWNERrlBR. onllqua
Trailer Pole Special L on ocr. $100; piano, $100; .
3IB-(3)) Apt. Houta Barn and other building Septic tank Calvanliad round water 1 'matching ottoman $:::15; ''matching TABLE (Early American): mail block,
(Waldo) on 4 Ion, good Income k 200AMP.$2SO and electric: pole for trailer hook-up r trough |f9'' H '$17S.OQ. Phones block couch and chair .... 50., and white TV (good working order);
$34,000 with low J Delivered Anywhere Approx. 1 yr. old. 245 Oak For..t. l"y5r.7geo11-.lchg; 1 1/17 5332908. 10/27 the portable Singer tralght-tlrch ewlng!
dowh. In Bradford CountyMACHINfQUILTINO 473-4185 11/10 tfnchg 'Trap1* :wIt tog traps* 25.00 aach> nREWOOOt Call oftor 6 i.m.Ask, for machine; 'old milk Can) other odd a
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43O4-2 ac. wall aloe top-' BRAND NIWi 2BR.. doubt.wld. '.Phona752-7980.J-feho' 11/17 Matt. 944-W68. If n and*. Call 964-7924 after 5 p.m. or on,
tic, polo In for fanca. 1 mobll.hom. Sat up with wall *...tlc. aoM Two boat, motor. and trailer' for; .MGM.V riRTIUZID Argentine Bohlo weekend. Itpd 1/17 .,
$12,30O. Low down. and power. Ready to move In on wood. /...,1.. Phoha 496-2S42.. 1-pd Hay. At barn "No Rain". J.M. Edward,' "ROACH ntUff $4.99 lib. can; $45,12,
I' HooHHt! Slack tan .' can co... 9648279.
1313-1 BR, furnished homeIn ad lot.21900. LEASE purchase, $1,500 YegMeredl and one-. 964-5379. 11/03 4tpd 11/24 Itpd 11/17
town. Block, fancad lot. I Crib to King Sim* down balance of down payment over ";yea old I".OO 4W-2658. OAK WOOOs W.'I..' $40 to $M.:"You GOATS FOR SAlli Two proven breeder-]
Call far Information J.Iv.| string banjo| and coa and In4 .one young buck breeder doe. Price,
Nlca for ratlrad or 18 'mont., $275 monthly payment .haul 1. $39 to$50. per truck load depending
I Batty HlldefcrandU4S122 ; truetlon book 75.00 "962658lan.w :\ ,negotiable. See Bill at Alligator Creek
call 479-2506 !
bach.lor. Priced right. Day : evening collect on.body) 'Ix.9645209.1110 2tpd
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Cash .. pe..Phon. or call 964-6973 or 4681021night.
| 3752906. 11/10 Hnchg.FRICIOARI 11/24 ; ,
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,96-2658,1--pc1 \ LOOK-AUCTION-US WaldoVlot Itchg
CLOTH DRYIRt $71. Call Mil In
near to odvertlia all across For Sale 473-329. 11/17 ItpdBIAUTIFUl ,0004 U.." Furniture. Hide-a-bed$99.95; of merchandise: good .election. W. WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDITIONER' 5,000

America. Gat your listing. $3990. SOLID PINE dining room T, Couch w/lova eat $159.95, love tool 'all foil and mora than on. 1 Item ate btu. Almost new $I50, 964.4259.ltchg::
In now" i $69.95 couch w/cholr $159.95, chlar* 11/17 .
SALE suite:' Round double pedestal table time Absolutely no other auction like
or Rent for $M tRent ... > .... THRIR
che.t $ ctrow.
.PVC'PIp' $eh. 10.; with 2 'leave. 6 arm chair, largo dry ,: .20.00. S25.O\I.\ 0 thl*."7:30 each. .rrlday.. 325-546: ,JtpdWCVCttS HARLEQUIN PARAKEETS with
$''.95. refrigerator $17S.OOt Shlnnon
Ink. Excellent quality. Ilk. new. A $39.93 to 1111'. caga SSOr one'largo couch.
Office Furniture Y.$7"," per 10eta, bargain. $1.500.173.3.76. 111171tpd jfftt $59.93. .bycycl..0f5.oo.' POI AlIt largo selection with matching chair:dark wood, $100;
$ per 100. .'i II.'w/4 choirs)$79.95... aa* heater on* largo blond coffee table $30
FIEF lte and one
_"." DEUVIRYl within fifteen mile of mot typo Ready to go. ; ;
eWaekly Sch. t14M oar i y b.OO..:oil' heater 7995.. odd and quara and one
Keystone Hgt. liver u ed 3 piece live Repair, painting now and used part. octagonal hoped end >
.Monthly 100 r, tM par 100. r, Ing room ulta. (chair couch and. 8 mile north pi Raiford off 229' Fro* atlmota.i, toy-Away now for table, $39 each one yellow credenia,

838 N.Temple.11Io_. .sy Year $121 par 100. lovaiaat). Nlca. SACRIFICE $197 for an BoycW /PhoitaJ275-2908.! 1-Pd: 'ChrrtnM\' Rick Salvage 301 N, $SO. Phone 7B2-36e7ltpd 11/17 '

I.....,32O91 I IThe I I lactrla WlralUJ all. Call 473-7512 or 3-2219. 11/17 } Wli DOim.8 B 'MoI_ 1 boK.pr->> 964-5184. 111102tpd 11/17 HORSIS-AQHAi Weanling, brood mares!/
NM WIre ISO$29par vU open or bred. Pretty
I' Itpd THUIB MONTH OLD SNAPPER A/S. $ hp Appaloosa filly
roll. 14 FISHING ..nd nMttraM.'luit Ilka now $150. "riding $900 and up. 964-5078. Itpd 11/17 .
SEAM BOATS 18 !town: 1.000
uprightfraasar
STROUTREALTY hp. mower. ; .
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I ,Clectrlc Geaoratori lot both: ,Ford Spec. II AM/FM" po.h .- : ,' ., '"
Evlnruda and brand )
motor 14 18 $400 .
trolling .J' 964-4025.
new.
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I 200 $115.00.IARGAIN .. button._rodIa /co $7$; "
Office Shop amp. motor $750. Call 473-2876.11/17 Itchg 11/172tchg 11/24 LOST/FOUND :
V after S Itpd 1117"p
sco..osltso.saes CINTIRMl HONDA MM MOTORCYCLE SOCC. Excellent : Call 473-4260 p.m. '197 MA1MV. MRCUSON 'MOCK 40 \f.
I SAU. old mora,' HW .
POR J
: $ Call:9645764 by ; 1
110'W. : ;;'!QH.. TB. .... Boy: 7 yr. old gelding LOST AT POW WOW Dark brown wl'dY:
Bo*. ((904)964-8911 1 I cared old man. A sisal at $323. ton Chevrolet dump truck, with air
t Coll 964-7983; ..... 9 ,., maroon heel site 6, mini skirt' arid
i sorrel., p.": 1 ,
After Hour 47-3096 .1 I -: i I-- 473-7348. 11/17 ItchgFREIZERAOMIRALt por::: broke. 9-pead> transmission. 2-ipood nalrbnnh In- brown ... '
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j USED BIKE 20 cu.ft. frost fr_: 1" 11/17. recir......, $3.000.' Both S,500. Phillip/: found po. bag'
FOUR HUFIRSi tlmowtnaV please call
-- 250. ALSO. lARGf trailer TWO SUUS. Norman '1974 Mallard Rd Mid- 473-3l59.1/)1. Itpd
1FlEALTOfIo utility $100. .
SPECIALSSUZUKI .
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Limousin.Angu9cross '
Call 4732876. 11/17 Itpd Brahma .cro dishing 282-9486. Itpd 11/17 : ." FOUND' I In the area'* {
L $200.: Boyle Highway' I t A')
)i$17' 1M-77e9ltchq
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NIW 3 PIECE ROOM | rURNITUM AT' WARIHOU1I
LIVING UfTIt Low .. ,- ltfdr large male dog. White bob tall with
SF SO-Llka new. back tyla; 'chair; couch, love* ot$199. -- ,l2)1l7M15GSLLANIOUS'ITEMS" fom SAUl "Two Bunk'bad w/laddwj $125; 4-drawer: 'aomo yellow' or bock.,Call
Woe $499. Now $:US. Call 473-7512 or "73-221..1I/17 wood chaet $69 ofa/loveMot. $150;' Jtpet 11/10 '1)64-66P
"ttaoIfrd': molar? A-l cond. S'/i hpB.ka. ..," .
Good
,1981 185 Yamaha. Itpd ,-"or" $125: $75.Maytag'
ibape. Rope. Maka off.,. MOVING TO GAINESVILLE ,", .. $225: 8eor ..8 hp.. $.300, KIng' .dry.,.$100; d".I ICenmore; heavy I I FOUND One upper plat* of talc tt.,
1981 Honda 40O. Good My client want to move to country.; (j .r>. bed $73; 5x7 utility/ trailer; $1S' .' .duty wa.her and dryer,' used. 6 mo:;, In front of Farmer and Deqler* Bonk

\ "hop*. 'Drlva by .... homo at 3405 N. W 10th' {:t966691.", 11117 2tpci 11/24 SoKlo, 1\ avocado colored.:, $433MLana ..cedar.chet. on Main Street.. Phone, '496.2101:: ,
$2.5O : "
1979 GS 750 W/FoMng. Ava. across from Watlda Park. 3BR.2Bath quality Argentina $125: matching solo. choir tloveseat. 1 1..chg -*,$
with crooned 4 per &.010. Hernp'2641"ll17 wo $800 now $225 Specialon -
large Close
porch. ;
Rod. for quick Mia. S99O. 1
.. ,'2/CIO .. and used from j
JANE S. USHER 1973 GT 750. Rebuilt. to U of F, shopping tenths. pool jogg SpI.1.l.. all heaters now $35
ing troll. $65,000. 10.000 off price (. i HRATIRi i. \ptanoi' 'to $IOO. 4,19 S. Walnut St. Itpd 11/17 BOATS /
Moch. bika. $773. $879. .
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CASH, and 1 WOUl Itpd t: MOM WAMHOUS1 P KUi Headboard;
no buyer financing .
.197Honda 750Auto.drees.d. costs.NANCY .I: "' ALICIA HAY' 1'0. SALI, $10'i I ,
Your Union County Realtor' $1199 i'J! J. HENRY, R.alio,11-372.5816.: :: I !i}Delivery> ovoJIabk 782-3727 wicker bamboo, brand new condition electric, "1[98* ,.$TUM KNOCKRi '6 hp '..onlo-, .
496-2903 11/17 1 $35'.t".y.-level Tappan
496-2126 or tchgMUST '
motor. Both 'In .
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197V GS 1117t :
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$423 ,
$48 W.Main' $t..lake Butter .... 2500. /]' SIlll. 1983 &..nhllf doublewldeby XX> IdA TIRt erlbv and $arc.o4S..438 mlc.$., $1100,473-744.., 1 Itchg !l/17 g>;;

1978 GS 750 Orauad. Fle --'. 26 X 56; 3B... 2Both '.I.7"; lodtg 11/17.. north Walnut St. lf" M/t7." ,
r' 'HUNTER'S DELIGHT! I S 95. "' garden, tub, graatroom CH/AC I, OHW STOVS. iMed'ona .' TCUMriTitxcellent/ condition: Nice Subscribe( if : I
.Honda 5Q... Eapr.ssMop.d. appliance Financing cot 099. Asking $.190 antique Dun- Chrlttrrww gift for Band ,,1Id_.'Calt'

$295" \iW .i.'itchflii/ir .t." .
!-'82: Kawotakl KD 80-B499. eon by appointment only.Call otter 3 44 SMATTBL5IS'1 ,9/'" tfn : r' ,' -
1.80 I 51". SFR. :
}yfl'GoCart ) TWIN B....M DIIs51'TRACIoer'34 hp. 4 WO. .
,, ) p.m.,1-375-8607. 11/17 tfnchg ...
vinyl couch 964-MM. Itchgrf"; .... .. ijrt" '
Price Start t PTMO 'l boO. hoot looder, bvH hog. dl <.'\ .. "ii'
At$399-Hurry/ ORIAT rURNITUU AT, "WABIHOUSI III" ihort wrUaf" ;1200 "hrtj.' PrO ((3-*..)' a sp" trans New ,;
1969 Font
AcresRiver .:3-WSeeler 4-Whaalan PRICISi Magnavox ,color. tonsal.'TVent.rlainm.nt ,' 'BiO'ftaenM Far;Good condition, t 1 v .,1'' with equip.' ;, $14.743.peak. Cash Of. ,\ )) "
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Coma MO the dune buggy cantor, $< 11/17 i'i.'. ) to equal
fit Dodl I : > portable TV.,$85i bar w/2 .tool., $15; y. 9o4-91o9. Jtpd ;' value. property for' mobile homo or *
designed ta Siie. GAS nova c NBWk : '
Frontage butcher block tool w/6 chair,. $250:' 'f IMBMT' .-rOYl.' '2S .' guorasts.., "motor: Komer" .; 40. or 964.4252 r yrs Tho'Hrrt,
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$75 > ... w/2 ) 0/3OtM whft-woms '
rocker
wlval ; : .r.o tHXBBM to {
Carle.SvxuklKewoMU, 3: btu-, ooa h.a.erN'64.77U er MOM $U rUB Window and becom
.peoker.,1 $125 Ida 'by side rtfrla. r *n IndUn chief
Hwy. Frontage I. 7.. '!pel 11/17 j '; r .; idWr/ and 01_ .. Harriet was y.
plumbing .ppl .
w/ka makar. $350;; dlnetta sit, $75; % ( Maxwell Com/wj.
Hwy. Ml 8 stork.6020 .. I} f. ,.1.90 per 691.. HUmS.{ 11'f '"),? !%Also furnlntHK., .Bargain Cantor, mile ,
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So what better plans than full weekend ,
phone 485-1344 a party beginning Friday evening.
\ Phones began to ring all over the state a>the girl got their plan In motion. \
Just a Fun-Filled weekend.... The crowd began to arrive on motor bikes with camping equipment,motor
homes, and conceivable means of transportation. came
campers every They
weekend
fun-filled take three
For you sitters, Jackie Crutchfleld. -
from :
far and wide all for a weekend of fun.
France Land and Helen Crosby: ,put them together with a small amount;of
OF HOSPITALITY. and thing,begin to happen. During the day meals were catch as catch can'but the nights were a different
encouragement story.Friday night, the gang all enjoyed roasting hot dogs and marshmallows -
This was the result of Oaf previous weekend when mother Oracle
{ Barry's on a large bonfire. Ghost stories, hunting tales, catching up on,:
birthday rolled around. The girls said"we just have to do something spectacular and filled the air and
; family happenings,etc. laughter as the hours grew late
The Office for our mother on this her day. Also,they initiated the new home of
Shop guests began to or steep from sleeping bags to hanging on nails or
family west of Starke. washroom
the Jimmy Crosby. wherever there for still another body.
... \ Saturday was a great day for trying old-fashioned cooking which Included I
:t' Jl.;; 110, West Call Street >" '' .. .. .. .. ... cracklln'cornbread,which several members had never tasted but reportedit
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As the gang gathered around the evening bonfire,waiting for the evening ;
9 -5764 BUS' ,Cheerleaders feast,many were surprised to see an enormous iron washpot bubbling over a
: '. '. fire with the rich aroma of chicken 'n rice cooking.To many this brought
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"', .,\,"*'." back fond memories of days gone by and for the young,a new treat. Many .
.said that was the best chicken and rice they had ever tasted. :
Has many giftsuggestions '. H/ioney Raising late evening Sunday to return home to Pensacola,Wauchulla,Tampa,Bran-
don,etc.Approximately 55 guests were present at all times but to the birth- :
day gal,the best treat of all was her two sisters and two brothers were with
; for her on this day as well as some dear friends,the Rev.Donald Martin family.

Project BE Students Celebrate

National Book Week.... t
all occasions Brooker students celebrated National Book Week Nov. 14-18.
Saturday Nov. 19 National Book Week Is used to make everyone including school children
aware of the Importance of reading books.Students at Brooker Elementary
answered questions about their favorite book characters and were asked to
.1\ drens-up like their favorite book character on Friday Nov. 18. ,
Come Out and Meet the Winners from each grade were presented with a book as a prize for their
'. *'<;: efforts.Finally,students were treated to the play,Snow White,presented by
the Brooker Elementary faculty and staff. '

rK BHS Cheerleaders. Thanksgiving Holidays...

Students In the Bradford County school system will observe the ';.: I
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Weddings buy,a hamburger Thanksgiving holidays Wednesday,Thursday and Friday,Nov.23-25.School
d ., ., :'1,.J ,. will resume Monday, Nov. 28. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving from
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everyone at Brooker Elementary School. f
Ket.the Coke/FREE '
Rlverland Music Club... I: :

Riverland Music Club held Its regular meeting Thursday Nov. 10 !at the r'
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k From 9 am ,toll home of Mrs.Jim Countryman In New River. "
During the business meeting,committees reported on club projects./ The
1 ... club cookbooks are expected to be available for sale before Christmas. 'i
club members will be taking orders and have books for Mle at$9 each.
Other fund-raising projects were discussed. The club has pledged 1500 I
toward piano fund established to purchase a plano for Brooker Elementary II if I
School.The club Is asking for community support and donations to the funs.A '
E talent show is being planned for Dee.8 to be held at Brooker Elementary I
Showers y with proceeds: going to the "Piano Fund". '
Following the business, club members were entertained by guest artist : r
Steve Hunter,performing on the hammered dulcimer.Hunter explained the \ '.
making of the instrument and how he became Interested! in playing it.The 'I r"
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dulcimer was a beautifully intricate instrument handmade by Hunter. I "
Special woods and handcarved ebony accents were.used to make the
i t 84-string instrument. ,
Birthdays 964-6973 = Hunter performed a variety of melodies using different hammers for .
special effects: ,:
Following the meeting, a Thanksgiving luncheon was enjoyed by all. l'JCAN
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this community i fund raising proiectl Two ways folk wisdom suggests will get rid of
unwanted guests: a pinch of pepper under ,their!
chain, or a broom stood behind a .door.1 .". ,
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ObituariesNathan

: i 'I j:sincere wwv thanks)to ea.b'and every. on ad*. '(lining;; orsU had* not '.\...r't' t evsl b.,o:MMMpIng"> (.h.Wyoming!protrl rt

.. : /.. ;<; / \ ,i ,, 'tor food,flowers,and suiinort lvu to;" IMS ":IWyomlr.o.. report M rim i.wtih'j)'.potlls>itij..kwklo9 for \H*ys un.teiM ..
<. ,,;,'.' ,\.' 'I. '11" ...ir..;' our Um of grief. God bias*. .each ol, Wlloltw..."" "'G. .i.Reut evar .11tP. Mst *omoniM' atom ol pwtwpt the
Nathan Trowell Thomas W. Stigall Walter N. Guaves \ I 71L" Aeporrborr'b14e1.', when LUleUlo Hove el'. term* animal In North 'Am: rcof'.,, the
Nathan Trowell 67, of Lake Butler Thomas William Stlgail 71, of Walter N.Guaves.82.of High Ridge'r' Tiae Iat Reid FtewipyIn'M Me.te.ft./ Wyoming vrahft! Info local "lodI-toot.d ferret '<, ..
died at his home Saturday Nov. 12, Starke, died Monday, Nov. 14, in the Estates Keystone Heights, died Frl- .' texlavmy shop with a dead|':mink ort
following an extended illness. Bradford Hospital.He of the Baptist day morning Nov. 11, at his home -,;, Jome/hintp"'killott! y herr,dog.: I h/a/ogls/s/ I .
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Atkinson Ga. Mr. .- ... ....._ .____. .
Born in .
County faith. following an extended illne : II-L. .m'l. _. I "!':' M.r .t
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Trowel moved to Union County 40 Born In Hopllnville Ky. Mr.Stlgail A resident of Lake Geneva i'mou' \ s'7"
years ago; was a retired farmer; a had lived In Orlando before moving to 13 years, Mr. Guaves was active "' Of our Mother and daughter;Jessie LET
veteran of World War II and was a Starke about six years ago. in religious and civic organize Mae!0wler,.who posited away.Nov.3,' '
member of the Disabled American Survivor Include one daughter Dons "In the community; was a : ),. QQ'IYOURTHBS '
Veterans Ocala Chapter 31. He was, 'Elizabeth W. Ramey of Starke; one member of St. Anne's !; "19Itiere's not a.da'goes by. thatyou're .
of the Baptist faith. son, William Stlgail of Orlando; four Church the Full Gospel not in our thoughts.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. grandchildren and one great grand- Businessmen's Association Interns A Mother.Ch l*r mUy"..: HULIOA BAKINGrHANKSGIVING'
Faye Rea Williams Trowell; six hild. tional Masonic Lodge No. .It,',Of 9, >.,.' '.""".." ( ..,.,,..' -
daughters Mrs. Janie Richardson, Funeral'' services were held Keystone Heights treasurer of the !f'\'. ' Mrs. Joyce T. Foerman Mrs. Josie J. .Wednesday,'Nov. 16, at 10 a.m. In the Hlghridge Homeowners Association aIn .
Shuler all of Jacksonville, Mrs Lois Chapel of the Archie Tanner Funeral and was a member of the American Memory Of ,
Hamm of Ocala Mrs. Janice T. Home in Starke with Rev. Gene Bass Association of Retired Persona BowlIng Lester Prevoft my Grandpa '
Alvarez of Raiford and Mrs. Linda F. officiating.. Burial was in Woodlawn League. ', .W.T. Prevett my........, : I Cakes Pies '1"D1tfQarr -- : \
Reed of Lake Butler and grand- his '
17 Memorial Park, Orlando with Archie Survivor include wife, o""lpedooI".Nov.1f a
children. Tanner Funeral Home In charge of Margaret Guaves; one daughter' Lila" ThKllthadayovoryglrfdraamsof. her \
Funeral services were held at 2 arrangements. D. Guaves -Idaho ; "" .ddlng cloy. j 1
p.m. Tuesday Nov. 13, in DeWitt C. one son, Robert Guava of Evanston,. Th. day that memories or. mad of. I Rolls]
Jones Chapel with Rev. Roscoe Seay Gloria Gladys Rowe Ill and two grandchildren. ,i \ .and how very womtaful would b*If you "i t tr
and Rev. Ralph Durham officiating. Mrs. Gloria Gladys Rowe, 44, of Memorial services for Mr. Guaveswere could be h.r on this wry special!day.
Burial was In New Zion Cemetery Lawtey died Wednesday Nov. 10, in held Monday Nov. M, at 1 p.m. But you or. angels In Cod groat Breads .\
under the direction of Jones Funeral Bradford Hospital.A at St. Anne's Episco In IIMVWI; ihlnlng to very bright and I know
Home, S14 E. Nona St., Starke. lifelong resident of Lawtey, Mrs. lieu of flowers, the family requests*' you'r looking down,on 41a on our p.clot WE:.WILL BE OPEN'
Rowe was a secretary and a memberof that contributions be made to the. night 'f 'i, .. '
Howard M. Williams the Westsldo Nazarene Church of Walter Guaves/Camp Weed t r 1,love Vou.Bronda' i. MONDAY NOV.. 21 !
Howard Monroe Williams 43, of Jacksonville. Memorial Fund c/o St. Anne's .
Live Oak;died as a result of an acci- Survivors include two daughters, Episcopal Church Keystone Heights. -
dent Wednesday morning,,Nov. 9, in Diana-Elizabeth Rowe ,and Shelly Fla.Jones Funeral Home of Keystone' .f PASTRY SHOP H {
Lake City. .. Renia Bowen both of Starke; two Heights in charge of arrangements. ,y
Born in Bradford County Mr. sisters Annette Wiggins and Eunice "Strong belief win, strongmen
138 E. Call St.- 964-5890 Starko : i
Williams was employed by Occidental Edwards both of Jacksonville; six James Arnold Reid 1( and "then make' them .
Chemical Co. as a power plant brothers Donald, Paul Freddie and James Arnold Reid 59, of Melrose itronger." Welter Bagehot ...........".......... .............._.__.._....." 'I" .'......_....""......"....... 1 1cas.ewn. I
operator. Bennett L. Wilkison Jr., all of died In the Veterans Administration "".. "".. .- .'._' : .' Ii'
Survivors Include two daughters Lawtey Charlie Wilkison of Starke Hospital Gainesville,Thursday Nov: .L; : u r
Mrs. Jessica Clark of Live Oak and and Hubert Wilkison of Luraville and 10. (: ._______________u________.awow..rr.caa,WITH 1'HI COUPON a- (I'(1) a \
Miss Juliet Williams of Green Cove' her mother Geneva Wilkison of Born in Birmingham, Ala, .Mr,, ., ; 1'1 .
Springs; one son, H. M. Williams Jr. Lawtey.Funeral. Reid moved from Brooker ten years'ago :,' i I i : ''I: \ I'IUII' ,,1'' 1 ,f I ti
of Bushnell; his father, George H. services were held Nov. 11, and was a farmer. He was a Bap- :-!' 11.1. ""l'' 'I/ \1'\I 11'ft/I'II'NI' / ',, ., .
Williams of Hampton; and three at 3:30: p.m.-In the Chapel of the Ar- tist and a veteran of World War II and, .t ''1 III /, ,,II ,. //\j;\ '' ",Iii" 'i i ,; '. ,;
grandchildren: Jenny, Felicity and chie Tanner Funeral Home with the was also a member of the Florida Cat.tlemen's !r i! ... : :. !:/ //.1' i i :,1(1 : ,," nln"I: \
Noah Clark all of Live Oak. .t \ f'i l' ,'//ik w''II' /, '
Rev. Charles Clouds officiating. Assn.Survivors I 'f i-:, .. II I ,'I' ', ,.
Funeral services were held at 2 Burial was in Lawtey Cemetery with Include one daughter, ;t :/, I, ..'. ,.///t" /" Ii:
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Friday, Nov. 11 in the DeWitt C. ,
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p Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Connie Munton of West Palm Beach '
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with Rev. Vaughn I
Chapel Ray j
Starke in charge of arrangements. two sons, Billy James Reid of \ ;#, :' (q .1,1 ""' .11:111",: ,'" '
officiating. Burial was In Santa Fe Keystone Heights and Wayne Allen } 'I, '"
irr I.,0'/, : ''I:;'" -.J', iilll/4111/1,'''" I, I
direction of ; Ii / ; :
Cemetery under the Reid of Brooker; one sister Mrs. "I ..,! ,' ,\ I '1 / ''I i
Jones Funeral Home 514 E.. Nona St., Card of ThanksWe Evelyn Louise Muth of Port St. Lucie, i..\ 1 I ; 1 I "I', '\x41; .ij 11 ,1Ulli/, /, _
Starke. ., : 'hh '011, Iii ,,"1',1', l
Fl. and two grandchildren, Cristi, r; "I, 1. ,
would like to express our appreciation Ann Reid, Keystone Heights,' and rn',1' //, i
Mrs. Lucy L. Stare to Jones Funeral Home Frances Marie Reid of Brooker. ". _I\ '' ., ''I"" J!. 'f.1 I-
Mrs.Lucy L. Herlong of died Rev. Lacy Conway and to everyonefor Funeral services were held Saturday : '.1 :. / Ii{,; wi I
.Tuesday Nov. 15. the food flowers,and l kindnesses Nov. 12, at 11 a.m. In the DeWitt: ;, '. /\'I/II, / ""'//"UhlhI!!! i
A native of Fort White Mrs. shown during the loss of our brother C. Jones Chapel Keystone ,Heights ;.,. ': '. .' ""ill : :/, limw. t''
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Starke for the 'i IIIi'0.' /
Herlong had lived in Robert Cooper. ? with Rev. Charles VanZant' ofvJf l\\ I 1
I,' past 35 years and was a member of. A special thanks to Rev; Leroy'Olive Relating. Burial was'. In" Keystone W] .. .. ''1iIt.,, .. 'f., ,. 11!!, 1 ..:
the First United Methodist Church of and family for.music. provided Cemetery under: the, 'direction >of '*" \ "'II":" IK, .1 ;
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Starke. during services. ,/ dJ;"
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Jones Funeral Home of Keystone "
Survivors Include one daughter Hubert Cooper Family ''f <(II""1": -
Heights. 4I
Georgia Lee Steinmeyer; two sons -.\ Q\ItJ" 1(41\1( :.
Mark N. and Frank V. Herlong; one' I ,\'fj"P/HII'/ I
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sister Mary Corrine Purvis; fourgrandchildren : '. .' ',,''' ., .: ,: '"' "'
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and several great I''
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grandchildren.Funeral I Glenda's ..' "" "'. "
services will be held at 2 .

p.m.Coery-Kerlin Thursday Nov.Funeral 17, in the Home Chapelof Shear Design '"Mirror, Mirror", and I: j j

Jacksonville, with Rev. Leslie V. Av- 964-4155. _
chin and Rev. Warren D. Langer of- ., ;,. fib.. I eyeshadow, too; Merle Norman !

ficiating.Cemetery.Burial will be in Evergreen 118 South Thompson Street I II 4.;.. %l' ., :has beautiful, offer for you, I .

Lynn Mann .,. : f I ',.' ',j.i'1"' "".J". ,..'. 'I -I'
u ; ; _.. In Mel Norman RuDdrn .. 1:. > ,
f, Wednesday Lynn Mann afternoon a,of Lake from Butler injuries,died v y *"5 hM i* tow****,*tt .anB .r4-caw- ." '' +.t \. lsgsla iwsafMliFI1Ul1Ri9a1fltl49! SfA!P.! :!!_ .:=====z = :'i'r' 0,

received in an accident. Reg. 35" f -- I" A; *4O value for only $12.50
Born in Ft. Walton Beach. Mr. Perm ,! \
\ Mann had lived in Lake Butler for the Iith any;$8.5o,purchase, of Merle Norman'; jcosmetics

,"C past six High years School; was and a graduate was of the of Special $2500Shampoon. ; Sixteen. << Silky Shadows: : for your eyes; #A rainboav tof color In all' the latent>fashion

Baptist faith.Survivors ,,1 shades. And two'!sponge,applicators. And a Trimllne: Eye Pencil,.And, a. .
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Thomas Mann include and his one wife son Robin Aaron 4 /I, ... Je1.h.fully.decorated. 'hand mlrron Wei Call it Mirror; Mtrror"..,;*and; 'MVMerJeJNorman's r'

Mann, both of Starke; his father : f special offer"to make'your'holidays more beautiful..: A great gift for '
Doyle E. Mann of Centerhill andmother Cut &:'Btew-Dry: N r' you or someone else '!but huny. .

Fla.;three, Irma brothers Mann,Wendell of Lacoochee Mann of, Women Reg. 14" Mea'Reg.. M1M If:. *..' 'rhl. ,ofT.r' ". l I. food ehrouh'IHe.'bsrl3nt. I9si, while'tuppIlM I... '.fTIERLE.OORII'IRY. .i': ,

Lake Butler Nathan Mann and David '$ ?i' The Place for UM OulowtJrae//*'" '. l'
Mann, both of Lake Panasofkee; two 10.50 7.5O '
118' S. St
step-brothers, Dwayne Fisel of High I ThompfW fr
Springs and Michael Calvin of Lake .964-6387 j'1
Panasofkee; two sisters, Gwen Mannof flffl i
High Springs and Vickey Mann of

Zephyrhills; his maternal grand- ............................................. .... .............; ......... .................... ...!...-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Deweyof ai\ *,M" :
Lacoochee. SM Uc Ft Ymu Feacinft N--I' ''f WINTER '
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Funeral services were held Saturday L 47" vy Gauge Field F.nc -62.25 roO. ,. :
at 10:30: a.m. in the Chapel of Ar- 3" Gaucho Barbed Wlm-23.75 roll :
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler, Illlltlft
with Rev. Bill Watson officiating. 5" Gaucho Barbed Wlre-21.00 roll Illlltlftniiliifl 25 year Guarantee) CCA Pveo.reTreated kr a ':
Burial was at 3 p.m. in the Centerllill 5n Heavy gauge Barbed Wlre-v 22.75 roll Fence Poet: As>ssttLass Bahlaaraie S..d1p.BO: Jt;: :

Cemetery at CenterHiU, Fla. Archer ((12V4 gauge) 6W 2-.2VfcM.30 each Peneacola BahtaBraa Ss.da.80. ,Ib.. ,, (' > .1
Funeral Home of Lake Butler in 34" x 16' "Red Top" Hog Panals-15.95 6VV''x 2W31.50 each '" '. : \ ,' :
charge of arrangements. S each 6W x 3--3W-1.80 each t TBZ Cattle Paste WmrtMf.lS.2S ftaM ,. +

Jeanette Burns ChristianMrs. 52" x 16 "Red Top" Cattl. Panels-17.95 61/1.,* 3njy"- ".2,00 each t TramlMl, Cwttte Waists-Slt.0O! i

.Jeanette Burns Christian,90,a each 6W x 452.20 each "1 1 1I ;tub .e

former resident of Starke during the -ff x 3..-..A".. -...40 each, rr( I; .Spoftea" Cattler la..cticid.-11.40. : .pint. f i 3.
7-Bu-aulr F1p G.t*e, -
Camp Blanding periond of the 1940s Heavy Duty I ;
died Nov. 9, at the Abby Delray Nurs- 4 foot- Z5.O each .,,8' *F 4.-5.-4.25each f .M. ._. -.T... ......Ted- 1.ltl i
Ing Home in Delray. She was a nativeof 6 foot-30.10each 'tr .8'x.5.6.50.ach. ; "TraofH"ietsu : t
Elizabeth Town,N.J.and served 10' x 4-.5--6.30 each a .,,, 01 '
as .
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a dietician for the telephone company 8 foot-32.25 each x 5"-6"-9,30 each di? ('.1( .a... !!f :-.1. .Jt, :QA:141wAtal" Ptodttcdt.. .f, !'
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during her residence in Starke. S 10 foot-35.85 each I, ; o-, ,,', "':'' i '<. .M, Iau t..,

faith She was and a member of the Catholic 12 foot-37.75 each 60" x 12*.long .quare tube corral r' 1:'. ,
is survived
by one 14 foot-41.55.ach *
daughter Shirley Christian Thrope of an.I-48.95'.ach. -:4 I'/ ( \ w.1; :

Washington D.C. Burial will be in 16 foot-44.90 each ;4- corral arch sat -4S.40 If|. S'
Washington. 2 Heavy Duty 5 panel Panel Gat. ;V corral arch gate-56.20 :-A ,9000" Pl dc-I..oe..... .. e
4 .f.ot-15.95each 'J "f' ',! '. r 'I l.,WW- Pburtfc>19..oe I.:

Card of Thanks 6& of-19.50 each ( WATE lnsecMckle.26.40 per fial8GW -. :
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I 8 foot-26.25 each Rye Sevin ln ectkld.-26.60 per 1O to baa, _:

We would like to take this oppor- 10 foot-30.25.ach RyegraisOats ."/ .. ,, .
tunity and give a special thank you to 12foot-32.25.ach I z4DWeedKiller! r7t50:flal *n.5 gal cans.t Mgimatl 'C sp 1Iaal ""tsof4si} i
all our family, friends and neighborswho : 1. J/I./ ,' 6 foot-3
kindly sent food and flowers,and 14 16 foot-35.90 foot-42.25.each.ach \ ...........,;.H.'... ......{l\KWt r......,.....*....4i.i I. ........'................,..fr..........""'......*I '7. foo, <-......50 9Q sheet, .. ,, '04 .!.

spent many comforting hours with us .. '.. After &OQ( Phon 604-9044934 8 foot-5.15 sheet .
during our time of sorrow. Phone 904-496O M p.m. : ,
We would like to thank the Florida 44" Chats Link Gate. ''P.O. Box 538 .La*. :Butler,'!FL. ,Located on.Hwy'p' .1'7l 1 aSJ.skel091oat-5.80 heet \i

Highway Patrol troopers D.F.Pescia :. 4 foot-26.10.ach Butler FL W;wc,','. .. -6.g5 sheet' 111111 'III., II I
and D.C. Roberts; Starke :II '6Ioot-33.iO..ach :Open Monday thewt9hFIdBy- ;>7:3Q-5:30at; +uidity7:30-92190: : ; +.. ",,11 foot..7.10 sheett) ., ,
I Paramedics Dan Cuddington and _, .

EMT Rescue Curtis 51 Ralph Crawford Walker;. Lake and Butler Gen,, ..!:, .8faot-37.75.ach 10 foot-43.60 each II .............*......a.*faft*< >.h..,Hazen.... .....-.. .Butch........Faul..<"... ujfr' .. .........'..:\....., 14 12foot-7.751heet foot-9.00 sheaf'', -". *. 0' ;C. : I!

ti, Raulerson; Heilbron Springs Firei ,: '12 f oot-47.25 each ( lLNMt '-f:... w .. '16 fool-10.30 sheet I
ilHHHH. 'S i
Gaskins Department; City volunteer of Starke-Randy Police' r :' ::14foot.S4.SO.ach 16.foot-S8.90cach .' i .14..10'Rldsec.p..5" ,. sheet1,. i ,

Department; Lt-'Lane Sibley; Brad- ,. :.' ... W ; I
ford County Sheriff's Department In- y ,
vestigator Don Denton and Deputy W. carry (1'1".prtC.B'M 'sti.J-"t't :
&
Paul Stegall. Words feel to cannot each of express.for! rtlllMra.. t5.Wc.Bata Polo*. May, Twine, \ ,. .' .. .'" : .' .
the gratitude we you -
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the kindness and sincerity you extended .Wolvrin Boots Harct.w8r..a..k..: change without;:nottoe) s

;" us ,while doing- ,.>your beat to Wrangler J.an., Shrub.and Plante,0', D, ...,
save our loved one. I ,
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We would also like to thank Rev, ; .. 'I ...:y '. \I ..." .
Roman Alvarez of Pine Level Baptist, Ask:About ," ,'
,Church who was by our side and extended -, *Quan"tyI Pdc.e!" WOLV", ".. t
t' many kind services through a :
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': the accident; and Archie Tanner for '
.' his hard work and kindness who made' ,
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fi(t! it time.possible. for us to see,"WraisMis; .i+sasis>.:..e': Ct ;;

God bless each of you,; 'S Kj Purina. 66.5114, "oar Mor.' v stela.11I.lllttiss!. .1.lrli, piMr. I 5, :I

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